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Close-up view 

BYU life, faces 

in 1962-1963 era 



Through the lens of a camera, the 
moods and reflective moments of a 
campus can be caught and preserved 
for those who participated in in- 
numerable activities. Whether it was 
a student hidden far behind the 
stacks in the library studying or the 
student who didn't miss a single so- 
cial activity, the camera searched 
them out to recognize them for their 
individuality, their moods, and to 
present them at close range. 1962-63 
on the BYU campus was probably not 
very exceptional, unless it was for 
that one thing: thousands of person- 
alities blending together, searching 
for truth, and seeking after God. 
Banyan 63 presents those faces and 
personalities up close as they lived 
and participated in 1962-63. 






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Bright blues and reds vied with quiet beiges and browns in providing a pleasant atmosphere in the library that would be conducive to study 

Couear fans amassed in multi-colored array to cheer their football team to victory and to be thr 
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and to be thrilled by the color of Eldon "Phantom" Forite. 




Color filtered 

through campus 

activities, events 

Color pervaded the campus. It filtered 
in vivid splashes through the cloisters 
of the library. It lit the autumn trees 
and crowds that witnessed BYU's foot- 
ball team as it took second place in the 
first year of the new Western Athletic 
Conference. On a sunny yellow gold 
Homecoming day the Cougars handed 
first place New Mexico its only confer- 
ence loss and soundly trounced title-con- 
tender Wyoming. Winter subdued na- 
ture's colors but brought out bright 
hues in clothes as students suited up for 
skiing, tobogganing, skating and other 
snow sports. On the intercollegiate 
scene, sports color went indoors for the 
basketball season. BYU again copped 
second place honors. After several un- 
successful tries, spring finally arrived to 
stay. Almost overnight the dry trees be- 
gan to blossom, the trampled grass 
turned green and students migrated out- 
side to wait for school to fade into sum- 
mer vacation. 



Basketball evoked a mood of enthusiasm and 
spirit from Cougar fans that was similar to that 
exhibited during football season. 




Familiar blue and white uniformed players showed their fans some outstanding basketball, which led to two overtime games. 





gation was judged second. 

Dozens of the more than 125 students from five universities participaing in Model United Nations at BYU raised their country s name s.gns 

to indicate their vote on a resolution. This was the first MUN on campus. 




Model UN confab on campus 

International emphasis came to BYU during the year through the 
medium of the Model United Nations held in March, first MUN in 
campus history. More than 100 students from five schools gathered 
to debate in true United Nations style the question of admitting Com- 
munist China to the U.N. Sponsoring the event was the campus Inter- 
national Relations Club. 

This convincing imitation of the "real" world of international happen- 
ings was only one indication that BYU students were, in the main, 
aware of the global conflicts, glories, tragedies and maneuverings. 
Cuba was the big word at BYU and everywhere else in the world in 
October when President Kennedy announced a quarantine of Castro's 
island because of Soviet arming of the country. Students clustered 
around radios and TV sets to hear his speech and then haunted the 
campus newspaper's teletype news wire to keep up on latest develop- 
ments. But the crisis cooled and interest in off-Florida islands faded. 
The year's biggest event was replaced by other happenings. 
Thoughtful students examined the publicized rift between Communist 
China and the Soviet Union. Many felt that as the Communist leaders 
gathered in Berlin for the East Germany Communist Party Congress in 
January, all was not well. Along with this came the realization to many 
that there was a new menace to be considered on the world stage — 
Red China. The Communist Chinese-Indian border dispute brought 
this problem sharply into focus as the Chinese forced their way in 
November into North India. 

This was a year for world economics as well as conflict, although in 
the European Economic Community or Common Market, the two 
appeared together occasionally. Britain's rebuff in January as a pos- 
sible applicant member of the Common Market provoked students 
into thinking of the posture France was taking on the world stage. 
President de Gaulle of France became a key figure with his "Ameri- 
cans go home' 'idea. 

Europe remained in student awareness nearly all year, especially in 
the winter months when the continent froze and shivered through the 
worst cold season in years. Hundreds of people died in storms and 
floods which racked Italy, Germany, France, England and other 
nations. 

As refugees trickled into Berlin under, over and through The Wall 
continuing stories of human courage and endurance reached the cam- 
pus. This evidence of humanity's bravery in the face of totalitarianism 
and force served as a reminder that millions of human beings con- 
tinued to suffer under tyranny, poverty and inhuman living conditions. 
Other parts of the world contributed to the world news scene. In the 
Congo U.N. forces continued to battle with conflicting native groups 
as two governments — Congo Brazzaville and Congo Leopoldville — 
struggled for recognition. Revolts rocked the Middle East govern- 
ments in Iraq and Yemen and hundreds died. And in Viet Nam the 
slow deadly struggle involving the U.S., Viet Nam and the Com- 
munists continued. 
Once again, conflict was the key word for the international scene. 

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Jim Mugwero, an African student, took 
MUN seriously as did Johnny Ho, a Chinese 
student from Formosa who represented his 
homeland. Many BYU foreign students par- 
ticipated. 




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Students met in group dynamics sessions. 



The Grand Tetons formed a dramatic backdrop for Cougar student leaders at Jackson Hole. 

Responsibilities were reviewed 
by students at Jackson Hole 

Ideas, problems, and responsibilities were aired and shared by incum- 
bent student leaders who made the annual migration to Jackson Hole, 
Wyoming, prior to immersing themselves in the year's activities. Under 
the leadership of Lloyd Johnson, two hundred fifty representatives of 
virtually every campus organization spent three days getting acquaint- 
ed with each other and some of the questions they would conceivably 
have to cope with as they executed the coming year's activities. Prac- 
tical means through which many of the ideal but possibly unrealistic 
goals could have been attained were mentioned in smaller group meet- 
ings headed by eight selected faculty members trained in leadership 
techniques. After three crowded days of events ranging from twist ses- 
sions to testimony meetings, the group returned to the campus to in- 
fuse the remainder of the studentbodv with their rekindled enthusiasm. 




Lloyd Johnson directed the conference. 




President Wilkinson addressed students at leadership conference for first time in 11 years. 









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Freshmen were stymied by newness. 

Transition easy 
for 5,100 frosh 
new to college 

The transition for 5100 students from 
high school seniors to college freshmen 
was effected again this year by the 
Orientation Week activities. Faculty, ad- 
ministration, and student leaders were 
all heard from as the stock supply of 
freshman propaganda received its an- 
nual airing before the beanie-clad Class 
of 1966. Student reaction to the con- 
tinuum of speeches, pamphlets, discus- 
sions, and papers varied from an all-en- 
compassing enthusiasm to the bored, un- 
interested apathy which they were oc- 
casionally led to believe characterized 
the contemporary student's attitude to- 
ward administrative policy in general. 
Along with the daytime tests and lec- 
tures came evenings of the high quality, 
large quantity entertainment so abund- 
ant on the Brigham Young University 
campus. Major events from talent shows 
to tennis court dances were scheduled 
for every night of Orientation Week by 
Paul Williams, student chairman of the 
event, and Dr. Clyde Parker of the 
Counseling Service. After a togetherness 
week of indoctrination the frosh found 
themselves facing registration — alone. 



Upperclassmen sold freshmen the traditional 
beanies during Orientation Week in September. 



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Registration: lines and IBM cards . . . 
Name Turner Lloyd Christopher . . . 
this is the twenty-second time I've writ- 
ten it this afternoon. . . Student number 
057418 ... on twenty-two different cards 
. . . Phone 4352 ... so that everyone 
who is anyone. . . Address C2119 Hela- 
man . . . can have his own personal copy 
. . . Class Junior ... of my vital statist- 
ics. I wonder what would happen if I 
stepped on it with a track shoe . . . 
The inevitable registration hassle was in- 
tensified in the fall of 1962 by a record 
enrollment of 12,400 that strained even 
the immense Fieldhouse facilities. Be- 
fuddled freshmen were confronted with 
endless streams, packets, and boxes of 
the infamous IBM card on the first day 
of registration, while the advisors, aids, 
and officials conditioned their forces for 
the following two days during which the 
remainder of the studentbody invariably 
did their best to register without regis- 
tration advisers, card packets, or the 
use of the closed class schedule. 

Even the most carefully planned schedules 
were fated for revision by registration advisers. 




Although some freshmen had to battle for their required English and religion classes, most 
students found registration this year far easier than in the past years. 




One aspect of registration never changed. Someone was always there to take your money. 




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er, that is, students slopped, strolled and stomped in spirit with the latest 



Sloppy students 
dance steps. 

In a darkened stadium, studentbody officers optimistically staged a burial and resurrection for 
the Spirit of the Y. If attendance indicated spirit, it was very high during the year. 



St. tyick brought a lively spirit and 
sacks of goodies to dorm pixie parties. 




Y social hustle, 
studies united 
to create spirit 



Social hustle replaced registration hassle 
as students quickly recuperated from 
summer frivolity to settle down into 
their school routine. Spirit became a 
topic of converstation when student- 
body officers and pep leaders staged 
a ceremonial burial of the old Spirit of 
the Y in an effort to rejuvenate student- 
body enthusiasm and support for school 
teams. School spirit, whether openly dis- 
cussed or not, was exhibited in many 
ways and in many places during the 
year. Dorms united in fellowship and 
fun, couples supported school dances 
and programs, crowds at football and 
basketball games set new records. The 
religious aspect of spirit was also notice- 
ably more influential during the year. 
Five new campus wards were created at 
the beginning of the year, swelling the 
number to 37. More students took time 
out from their studies to attend weekly 
Devotional assemblies than in the past. 



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Education search 
lost in seeking 
friends, interests 
foreign to self -- 




Students pondered over campus politicals. 

The search for higher education was 
often lost when students came together 
on campus from all parts of the world. 
With so many cultures and environ- 
ments represented, any student found it 
hard not to become fascinated and in- 
terested in new friends and new ways 
of living. Whether it was in the library, 
on the lawn, or in the middle of some 
campus activity, students seemed to 
search out the unusual and enlighten- 
ing. In fact many became so involved 
in the extra-curricular that their class 
studies went begging. Some even drop- 
ped out of school or were asked not to 
return. Nevertheless, the out-of-class 
activites proved to be a form of higher 
education very important to those who 
participated. 

Even though the Clark Library seemed satur- 
ated with books, there was room for 600,000 
more. 



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The quad became crowded with signs and slogans when electioneering students worked. Intimate talks with loved ones meant spring- 
time. 
Warn weather brought out laziness in students who casually flooded lawns on campus. Daily Universe always brought out the best. 




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Church leaders 
advocated truths 

of gospel every 
Wednesday at 10 




Several thousand students gathered to heai 
Church leaders impart messages of wisdom. 

Unique to BYU was its Devotional 
series. Held once a week in the im- 
mense George Albert Smith Fieldhouse, 
the Devotionals featured outstanding 
men in the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-day Saints. Since the Devotional 
meetings were held in place of one 
class, % hour credit was offered to stu- 
dents who attended them regularly. 
Campus music groups usually added 
lyrical inspiration to the meetings. 
A special Devotional was held during 
the week of April Conference at which 
bishops from all over the world were 
honored. Combined choruses and the 
Symphony Orchestra presented excerpts 
from their California tour for the Bis- 
hop's Day Devotional. After the conclu- 
sion of the Devotional, students were 
able to meet with the Bishops from their 
home wards. 

Noted civic and Church leader, Elder Harold 
B. Lee, also of the Quorum of the Twelve, 
spoke. 




Maughan McMurdie led the Devotional audience in an opening song. 





Elder Marion G. Romney, member of the Quroum of the Twelve and Board of Trustees of BYU, discussed the importance of college. 

Elder Alvin R. Dyer was assistant to the 
Elder Nathan Tanner was the newest member of the Quorum of the Twelve. Quorum. 




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!n ternat,ona»v prominen, violin vinuoso Toss,- Spiv*,* played for Lyceum audiences 



World's best musical artists 
performed before Y audiences 

Brfcrham Young University's Lyceum program was designed to import 
fome rf th world's outstanding classical musicians to the campus 
where their talents could be enjoyed by students and Faculty without 

trX the musical greats who performed during the year were John 
Br ™W pianist, ha°rpist Nicanor Zabaleta from San ^basUan^Spam. 
and Karf Richter. organist and harpsichordist ^£er^yj^ 
was accredited with helping the organ earn the title of kmg of In- 
Zmem? American bom bass-baritone of the San Francisco and 
NlXpolitan Operas Giorgio Tozzi. who was first recognized as a star 
n! Italy was another performer sponsored by the BYU^Community 
Concert series. 

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Cornell MacNeU. baritone, appeared durin 

the winter concert season. 

Flor Peeters taught a master class tor organist 





Metropolitan Opera soprano. Mary Costa, was featured on the spring Lyceum program. 
The Concordia College A'Cappella Choir traveled from Minnesota to perform. 




Nicanor Zabaleta exhibited his skill on the harp 




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Bewilderment, boredom, frustration— almost the complete gamut of emotions were expressed 

on the faces of registering students and registration aids. 

Frantic phone calls were placed to roommates requesting forgotten money. 



At registration 
student faces 
revealed story 




Students scrutinized the closed class lists. 
Advisers were helpful when all else failed. 






But even advisers experienced occasional frustration as they tried to unscramble confused schedules. 
Finalized was the word used for completed registration, but most students just felt finished. 




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Cougar Days: 

week-long show 

killed at UofU 



Cougar Days, innovated in the fall of 

1961 to ignite sufficient studentbody 
spirit to bolster the morale and ultimate- 
ly the record of BYU's too frequently 
unsuccessful football team, survived to 
make a return celebration in October 

1962 As the team prepared for the 
emotion-filled clash with the University 
of Utah Redskins, Cougar Days co- 
chairmen Jerry Gardner and David Pul- 
sipher arranged for a variety of stunts to 
foster spirit and thereby answer the con- 
troversial apathv charges. 

Squash the Squaws, the questionable 
theme of the festivities, embraced the 
complete set of events ranging from the 
proclamation that October 9 through 14 
be designated as Anti-Red Week in 
recognition of Utah's colors to the Sat- 
urday football game. Other more suc- 
cessful events during the week-long cele- 
bration included a balloon drop over the 
quad, Liz Toronto and Buddy Young- 
green's Friday assembly announcing the 
birth of the new BYU spirit, a pep rally 
and bonfire, and a simultaneous carni- 
val, movie, jazz demonstration, and 
dance in the Fieldhouse. The Cougar 
Days activities were well planned and 
successfully staged, although they did 
not immediately succeed in purpose. 
BYU football followers may have been 
disappointed in the outcome of the 
clash with the Utes; however subse- 
quent games provided Cougar fans with 
much more satisfying results. 




Varsity flagtwirlers cavorted around the huge bonfire prior to 
Majorette Beverly White strutted before the band. 



the Utah game. 





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Homecoming - a vintage year: 

1962 activities were highlighted 

by floats, frolics, fires, football 

and a concert by Four Preps 



1962 was a vintage year in BYU homecomings. Besides the multitude 
of traditional activities, Cougar football players trounced the top- 
ranked Lobos from New Mexico in an astounding 27-0 upset. 
Under the chairmanship of Dan Lau, a veritable army of committees 
had been working out plans as early as the previous spring for the 
fall celebration. 

Floats and housing decorations conformed to the theme "Ahead of 
the West." 

Marilyn Johnson, sponsored by the Sportsmen, reigned over all events 
as Homecoming Queen. Her first attendant was Shirley Cutler, pro- 
moted by the Young Republicans. Second Attendant Ann Glauser was 
sponsored by Hinckley Hall. 

Special entertainment prior to the dance Friday evening was a concert 
by the Four Preps, who made their second appearance at BYU. The 
Four Preps have had two million-sales records with their songs "Twen- 
ty-Six Miles" and "Big Man" and made several television appearances 
in addition to their recording career. 

A dramatic and musical review of "Homecoming Antics" through the 
years was directed by Buddy Youngreen and starred Lynne Youngreen, 
Noel Twitchell, Ariel Bybee, Arvid Willden, and Gail Mortensen. Gary 
Hopkinson was master of ceremonies. 

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Cougarettes and Brawlers greeted the team 
as they charged onto football turf to face a 
highly touted New Mexico eleven. 

The Flintstones were depicted on one of the 
award winning floats. 



At halftime, the Cougarettes performed pre- 
danced away the hours in six halls. 



Amanda Knight's housing decorations cap- 
tured the eye of many passers-by. 



Queen Marilyn enjoyed the spectacular 
variety show of Fieldhouse Frolics to wind 
up the Homecoming festivities. 





The Cougar Marching Band led the parade down University Avenue on a crisp, clear morn- 
ing. Homecoming Committee members included, Front row. Rebecca Dav, Pat Ford, Dianne 
Dredge, Susan Woodcock, Gaylon Hopkins. Back row: Robert Parsons, Dwayne Wight, 
Chairman Daniel R. Lau, Jeff Willis, John Jex. 

Near tragedies appeared comical 
after '62 festivities came to end - 

There's a saying that goes, "Comedy is tragedy viewed from a dis- 
tance." Homecoming, likewise, had its near tragedies that from a dis- 
tance take on the aspects of comedy. Chairman Lau spent the busy 
preparatory week immediately preceding the actual Homecoming in 
the Health Center with bronchitis. 

Mechanical difficulties occurred, too. The car pulling the Sweepstakes 
float made by the sophomore class ran out of gas during its halftime 
exhibition. When the car scheduled to carrv the Four Preps in the 
parade Saturday morning failed to arrive, the Preps quicklv rounded 
up four bicvcles for themselves and pedaled the parade route. 

The finale of the Homecoming assembly included Honeybun from South Pacific. Students 
with outstretched arms were a part of the variety show Fieldhouse Frolics witnessed by 
nearly 10,000. The Four Preps appeared in one of this season's Homecoming events. 

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This snow came to campus two months after 
Winter Carnival was scheduled and had taken 
place. 



Antics provoked hilarity when assembly players followed the script prepared for them. 



Members of Winter Carnival assembly cast 
helped to spin a webb of fantasy on stage. 




No snow marked Winter Carnival 
-George Shearing came anyway 

Winter Carnival was always planned for the weeks when snow should 
have been the most plentiful, but due to repeated miscalculations or 
the unaccountable whims of the weatherman, the Carnival Week al- 
ways found the campus brown and dry. There was no snow sculpture 
contest whatsoever held in conjunction with the 1963 Carnival. By 
the time the big snow came, late in March, all enthusiasm had van- 
ished. However, this did not hamper the other planned festivities 
scheduled for the second week of January. Students proficient in 
winter sports competed for Carnival royalty, and from them a court 
was selected to reign over other planned activities. The incomparable 
jazz pianist, George Shearing, staged a concert for the studentbody. 
There was a hockey game, the student assembly, and a dance reigned 
over by Donna McKay and Stan Dunn, the selected king and queen. 
The snowless Winter Carnival was fast becoming a Brigham Young 
University tradition. 



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The Utah Valley Pioneers hockey team, made up mostly of BYU students scheduled several home stands in the new Winter Gardens. 
George Shearing, famous jazz pianist, entertained the studentbody in a special concert in the fieldhouse during Winter Carnival. 




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Women's Week 
proved popular 
among campus 
coeds... men too! 




"Sadie Goes Swansdown" themed baking event. 

Women's Week was among the most 
popular of the activities that crowded 
the winter social calendar. Sponsored by 
the Associated Women Students, the fes- 
tivities included the campus' biggest 
dance, the annual Preference Ball. Over 
1500 coeds preferred men for the semi- 
formal dance, held in six of the largest 
halls available. In addition to the Friday 
night dance, each day of the preceding 
week emphasized an aspect of BYU 
coeds' life, including culture nights, bak- 
ing contests, fashion shows, and schol- 
astic honor nights. Coeds awarded the 
"Most Preferred" honor to ten campus 
men in what was probably the year's 
largest popularity contest. 



Judy Green was one of the many coed models 
who participated in the fashion show. 



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Themed around a "Two Different Worlds" idea, Women's Week too, had its Friday assembly wherein the coeds honored preferred men. 
Coeds lined up early on the morning when they could prefer their own preferred man and send him an invitation for the semiformal dance. 




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Contestants demonstrated social dance skill. Leslie Clark did the can-can for her talent. First place winner in dance was Julie Paull. 

IK-YC sponsored Belle of the Y 
search for ideal coed on campus 

The Y Calcares and Intercollegiate Knights sponsored Belle of the Y 
Week, in which a series of contests endeavored to pick a coed to be 
Belle of theY who was endowed with as many as possible of the ideal 
traits of womanhood. After the usual week of contests covering a 
number of areas, the points were added and the IK's lighted the 
chosen girl's initials beside the flaming Y on the hillside. The contest is 
a tradition dating from 1949 when it was initiated as part of a fund- 
raising project to finance the building of the bell tower. The contest 
has since remained after the erection of the tower in 1959. More than 
forty coeds were nominated to be contestants, the number being re- 
duced by the selectivity of each succeeding contest until only the five 
finalists remained. Then the Belle and her two attendants were select- 
ed by studentbody vote. 




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Former Belle of the Y Sally Hale congratulated newly-crowned Belle Marilee Forsha. 
Belle candidates were interviewed personally 
by judges in the culture contest. Cake judges selected best entries by their appearance, taste, icing, tenderness and texture. 




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Royalty reflected BYU ideals 
as they reigned over activities 

I found the fresh rhodora in the woods 
Spreading its leafless blooms fa a damp nook 
To please the desert and the slnggish brook. ' 
The purple petals, fallen in the pool 
Made the black water with their beauty gay- 
Here might the red-bird eome his plumes to eool 

£hod C ° U ;V\ e fl ° Wer that cI -P- his a r a y ' 
Rhodora! if the sages ask thee why 

This charm is wasted on thl earth and sky, 

Th n B?: f ear ' tHat lf — Were ™^de for seeing 
lhen Beauty is lts „ W n excuse for being- 
Why thou wert there, O rival of the rot 
I never thought to ask, I never knew 
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Queen KTarilyii 



The Sportsmen Club sponsored Marilyn 
Johnson; >&hp/^ was elected 1962-63 
Homecoming Queen. Marilyn, a strik- 
ing Brown-eyed honey blonde with a 
lovely face and the carriage of a fashion 
model, was a senior English major 
when studentbody votes gave her the 
final decision in. a contest involving 
forty-six: other junior and senior coeds. 
A 2.5 GPA was required of every girl 
entering the contest, each of whom was 
sponsored by a student. organization or 
housing unit. A panel of ten judges first 
narrowed the forty^six entrants to a 
group of ten on the basis of beauty, 
poise; arid personality > and then halved 
that group to five finalists after hearing 
a short extemporaneous speech from 
each contestant. The royalty were 
selected in a studetbody election, Mari- 
lyn \vas head songleader the previous 
year, had been president of the O. S, 
Trovata social unit, and was fprmerly 
the secretary of the senior class. 















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Ann Glauser 

Salt Lake City, Utah, was the home of 
Second Attendant Ann Glauser. A junior 
majoring in elementary education, Ann 
may have closely resembled a parent's 
idea of what his child's teacher should 
be. She was attractive with dark hair 
and eyes and fair skin. Ann did well in 
her studies and was friendly and en- 
thusiastic. 

Ann was a member of the Tokalon social 
unit. She enjoyed spending her spare 
time during the winter months on the 
ski slopes at Timp Haven Ski Resort. 
There were reported to be many ap- 
proving comments when it was an- 
nounced that Ann had been elected to 
the 1962-63 Homecoming Court. 



Shirley Cutler 

Conscious of and actively interested in 
the world around her was Shirley Cutler, 
elected first attendant to Queen Marilyn 
during 1962 Homecoming festivities. 
Students reading her qualifications as a 
Homecoming candidate were often 
amazed to learn that Shirley had main- 
tained almost a straight A average dur- 
ing her college studies. People who 
knew her well cited Shirley as an 
example of the ideal American college 
coed. She was an honor student in 
political science, had worked on Senator 
Wallace F. Bennett's congressional cam- 
paign, and belonged to the Young Re- 
publicans organization and Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, a national scholastic sorority. 




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Doting coeds selected their favorite campus men 




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Coeds gave the Most Preferred Man 
honor to junior sociology major Monte 
Smith of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Monte, 
who was blinded during a chemistry 
lab explosion, was also a member of 
the campus Twelfth Ward bishopric. 



The nine Preferred Men included Tonv 
Christensen, Junior Class president; 
Rick Ashmore, varsity football player; 
Merwin Grant, Freshman Class presi- 
dent; Will Whittle, ASBYU vice presi- 
dent; Chris Toronto, leadership commit- 
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tee member; Dillon Inouve, Sophomore 
Class president; Dan Staples, Program 
Bureau performer; Bart Bean, head of 
the Brigham Brawlers; and Terrv 
O'Brien, former ASBYU vice president. 






'63 Belle of the Y 

gained top score 

in point parade 



BELLE MARILEE FORSHA was announced Belle of the Y con- 
test winner when the Intercollegiate Knights lighted her initials be- 
side the block Y on the mountain. Marilee was a sophomore from 
Omaha, Nebraska, majoring in sociology and minoring in dramatic 
arts. She placed in the crafts, talent, and popularity contests during 
the competition. Marilee was a member of A Cappella Choir, had the 
lead in the musical "Boyfriend," and was a member of the Jr. AWS 
Council as a freshman. She was president of the 14th Ward YWMIA. 



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FRANCES WILLIAMS was chosen as first attendant to 
Belle Marilee. She was a junior from Phoenix, Arizona, 
majoring in physical education with an emphasis in dance. 
Frances was minoring in speech. As a member of Orchesis 
she was sponsored in the Belle contest by them. In the 
contest she placed in the dance, talent, and popularity 
contests. Frances maintained a 3.0 plus GPA in her aca- 
demic studies in addition to her extra curricular activities. 



JULIE PAULL from Idaho Falls, Idaho, was designated 
as second attendant to Belle of the Y. She was majoring in 
chemistry and minoring in bacteriology with intentions of 
working for a large cosmetic company. Julie placed in the 
beauty-poise-personality, dance, and culture contests in the 
competition. She was a member of the Program Bureau 
and participated in many of their shows. Julie liked skiing, 
hunting, fishing, dancing, and art appreciation as hobbies. 



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Snow Carnival 
royalty reigned 
over a snowless 
week of activity 

Donna MacKav from Phoenix, Arizona, 
was elected as Snow Queen of the 1963 
Winter Carnival. Donna, majoring in 
teacher education, was a junior. She was 
a member of the Carnival royalty in 
1961 when she skated in competition. 



Snow King Stan Dunn was from Den- 
ver, Colorado. He was a junior majoring 
in industrial management when he was 
voted into the top spot by the student- 
body. Stan participated in both the ski- 
ing and skating competition to qualify 
as a Winter Carnival rovaltv finalist. 



Princess Ann Finlayson was a junior 
*rom Seattle, Washington, majoring in 
clothing and textiles. Ann was president 
of Sportswomen. She skated in the win- 
ter sports division of the competition 
and was voted first attendant to Donna. 



Emil Capik was named first attendant 
to King Stan. Emil, majoring in business 
management, was a junior from Tor- 
rance, California. He was also a mem- 
ber of the Intercollegiate Knights at the 
time he was elected to the Carnival 
court. 

Junior Bob Barlow from Denver, Colo- 
rado, was voted second attendant to the 
Snow King. Bob was a sophomore ma- 
joring in recreation. He was also a mem- 
ber of the Sportsmen and taught skiing, 
a sport which enabled him to compete 
successfully for the top honors. 



Newbury Park, California, was the home 
of Debbie Talley, chosen second attend- 
ant of the Carnival royalty. Debbie 
learned to ski after she came to BYU. 
She was a junior Spanish major, head 
varsity flagtwirler, and a member of 
the Sportswomen unit. 



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With so much going on, 8 hours sleep became a rare 
treasure. 



Early morning exercise provided a stimulating eye-opener to start the daily routine. 



College life: an experiment 
in living ... and learning 

College was different. It was an experiment in living. It included more 
lessons than all the text books in the world could ever have supplied 
the most diligent scholar. It was change mixed with routine. It was 
leaving the security of intimate friends and small high schools and 
venturing into competition with thousands. 

No matter how graphic the description you received from vour adviser 
back at Central High, you found that it was his college world he had 
told vou about, not vours. You make vour own. 

Possibly for the first time in your life you found vourself with more 
than you could do. Possibly for the first time in vour life vou were 
challenged by a truly gifted teacher. Possibly for the first time you felt 
the prick of intellectual curiosity, and the corresponding thrill of 
learning something important. 

You were exposed to great literature, controversial philosophies, new 
theories, and sometimes some of it "took." You found that you, too, 
wre expected to contribute your ideas and your talents. Science be- 
came living experiments not merly dry lectures. The horizons you be- 
gan to see opening seemed endless, and somehow almost attainable. 

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A busy telephone was a sign of status. 




Coeds had to learn to expect more casual dates to ease the college man's wallet. 




Sandwiched in between the new experiences was an old one — the grind of studies. 



College was different. It was an experiment in living. It was what you made it. 

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Life for the average college student was 
a mosaic composed of memories chipped 
from assemblies, athletic meets, interna- 
tional events inlaid between classes, 
homework and dates. The routine of 
everyday was frequently colored by 
extraordinary happenings. 

Mosaic type life 

included colorful 

unusual events 



They often exercised their rights of ap- 
proval or disapproval. They voiced satis- 
faction over conference football results. 
They were vocal at basketball games 
and wrestling matches. They applauded 
the Four Preps, George Shearing and 
his Quintet and the Four Freshmen. 
They rallied unsuccessfully to the cause 
of an extended Christmas vacation. 
They witnessed parachute techniques of 



the Utah Air National Guard during 
a jumping exhibition. 
They observed the world-wide chain 
reaction to the Cuban blockade. Stu- 
dents and faculty crammed into the 
narrow basement hall of the Student 
Service Center to follow latest develop- 
ments as they were reported by the UPI 
wire service. Moment of crisis passed, 
they left the international scene to find 
solace and promise in their own private 
realms. 

For some, their personal world was the 
immediate pressure of studies and the 
struggle toward graduation. For others 
it was the search for an eternal com- 
panion. For a few it was the restless 
query to put meaning and significance 
in their own lives. 

Changes in their environment during 
the year had an effect on them. Cars 
got more continental, skirts stayed about 
knee length and income taxes were re- 
duced for some, increased for others. 
Puzzle-like the pieces of lives, dreams, 
ambitions fused into the pattern that 
was college 1962-1963. 




Brewing up a mysterious assembly, the sophomores presented "Which Witch is Which." 






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Dropping in tor a visit, Utah Air National Guard parachuted onto the Quad. 

Copy streamed from the Universe teletype machine during the last months of 
1962 while huddled students watched as the tense Cuban crisis unfolded. 




Crowds collected everywhere to release tension from 
the pressure of studies and to absorb culture. 



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Young men's fancies centered on one sub 



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Apathetic voters 
*"■ denied purpose 
of student govt 



Formerly elections at BYU lured out 
more students to vote than the national 
collegiate average, but in the past two 
years voting had begun to lose some of 
its former support. But while student- 
body apathy temporarily threatened 
student government, plans were being 
laid which held the potential for making 
student government more significant at 
BYU than at any comparable univer- 
sity. Arrangements were planned for 
subsequent executive councils to form a 
combined board with Student Union Di- 
rector, Lyle Curtis, and administrative 
departments including the Food Services 
and Photo Studio. No other university in 
the country has had such a working rela- 
tion between its studentbody president, 
officers and staff administration. 



Voting booths were initiated for the first time 
on campus during AMS-AWS elections to give 
student elections an aura of importance. 



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Summoning forth all their ingenuity and resources, campaigners plotted and schemed to win sufficient student backing to put them 
coveted offices, whether studentbody, class or AMS-AWS positions. 



Periodically office seekers vied with each other by erecting posters designed to get votes. 





Joyce Boyer and Camille Bastian gladly accepted the sweepstakes trophy at songfest finals for Amanda Knight dorm from Suzanne Hess. 

Emily Richards Hall coeds practiced and practiced before they sang on the final night. 



Parsley parody 
topped Songfest 



A parody on the quantities of parsley 
which Food Service so generously adds 
to every dish won Amanda Knight Hall 
first place in 1963 Songfest. Placing sec- 
ond to "Parsley" was Knight Mangum's 
"Dorm Doom" which lamented the fate 
of the traditionally women's dormitory. 
"Mardi Gras" produced by Merrill Hall 
earned third place recognition in the 
contest. Of the ten finalists in Songfest, 
Circle K was the only men's unit which 
survived the preliminary tryouts. The 
three judges for the contest were all 
members of the Tabernacle Choir in ad- 
dition to other musical experience. 




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"Love is What We Found at the March Gras" was the title of Merrill Hall's entrv in Songfest. 



Audience applause signified approval. 



Knight Mangum won second in coed divi- 
Students were able to pre-order records of the songs which were presented the final evening. sion. 




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"Atlantis" prom 

beckoned social 

Y sophisticates 

The Utopian continent of "Atlantis" was 
the theme of the 1963 Junior Prom. Spe- 
cial concert attraction for prom goers 
was jazz singer June Christy who per- 
formed the first night of the prom. Jerry 
Grey and his band furnished the music 
both Friday and Saturday evenings in 
the redecorated east gymnasium of the 
fieldhouse. Emerald green programs ac- 
cented the decorations of full wall mur- 
als of underwater scenes while poly- 
ethylene plastic floated overhead giving 
an illusion of waves and ripples. On the 
main playing floor, tables with center 
decorations of gold fish in bowls were 
set up to serve coeds and their dates the 
frosty green liquid refreshment. 




Quiet moments gave coeds and their escorts a 
chance to absorb the sophisticated atmosphere. 



Prom Chairman Gerald Dixon escorted Karen 
Haymond into the "Atlantis" enchantment. 



Underwater murals around the walls and poly- 
ethylene plastic strips overhead gave the illu- 
sion to prom goers of being in the sunken 
"Atlantis" utopia. Fish images added realism. 




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Refreshments were served by waistcoated waiters on tables with snifters filled with water and gold fish as center pieces. 





Prom Committee members included (front row) Gerald Dixon, Karen Havmond, Rush 
Sumpter, Pam Hiatt, Bobbi McFarland, (second row) Wes Potter, Pat Jones, Gary Stott, 
Linda Hauser, Mary Carr, (back row) Jerry Gardner, Steve Speckert, Bob Liljenquist, 
and Cap Cresap. 




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Unsuspecting volunteers found themselves with rakes and shovels in tow, clearing away 
rocks and leaves. Common Y Day trophies were sunburns, aching shoulders, and 
blistered hands. 



Full buckets were exchanged for empty ones as the whitewash drenched the huge block Y. Everything that didn't move ( and many things 
that did) got the treatment. The work wasn't too glamorous and a healthv breeze whipped across the face of the hill, but everyone agreed 
the view was great. 

Students whitewashed, cleaned, and played 

Most of the University's oldest continu- 
ous traditions have originated in one 
way or another from the 375-foot-high 
block Y high on the hill above the cam- 
pus. One of these traditions is Y Day, 
held the first Wednesday of May for 
the purpose of a general clean-up of the 
campus and city and a bucket-brigade 
whitewashing of the giant Y. Organized 
by campus wards and organizations, the 
studentbody turned out en masse for 
the only weekday vacation from aca- 
demics during the spring semester. Most 
groups began the day with breakfast to- 
gether, very early, and then fanned out 
with cleaning paraphenalia of every 
kind to complete their assigned jobs in 
the morning in time for the lunch pro- 
vided for the entire studentbody and the 
stadium games in the afternoon. 








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In the afternoon student workers gathered at the stadium for lunch and entertainment 
in the form of races, egg-throwing and pie-eating contests, and an alumni-varsity foot- 
ball game. ' 



Y Day was all-encompassing — everything got a 
soap, shovel, or whitewash treatment. 



It didn't seem fair-after spending all morning raking rocks from around tombstones, you had to enter the bicycle race in the afternoon. 




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Campus parking lots were crammed full of ever) type automobile with as many different states licenses on them. 
Some students and faculty used motorscooters and cycles to a\oid the parking problem 



Vehicles wheeled 
around campus 

They came in Chevys. They came in 
Thunderbirds, Volvos and VW's. Some v 
even came on motorcycles. And when \V " 
they got here, they were greeted by 
myriads of signs telling them how they 
could park what where. Wheels on bi- 
cycles, unicycles, motorcycles turned 
over the asphalt pavement and cement 
roadways winding around campus. Se- 
curity registered, licensed, and ticketed 
all vehicles of transportation that tra- ^^ 
versed the campus. Traffic movement ■ 
was a big part of campus life because it 
involved over 5000 automobiles and 
nearly 1000 bicycles. 



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Signs, an old car hardly in the Cadillac class, and cars gunning up the hill by the social hall were all part of the vast traffic menagerie. 
Bicycles crowded around a stand between classes signifying that many students used this cheaper form of travel 




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Editor 

ManaginPEditor Penne Freebaim 

Head Photographer Helio Gonzales 

Copy Editor Holly Thorstad 

Business Manager John Lewis 

Publications 

Manager Merwin G. Fairbanks 



Published by the Board of Publications 
for the associated students of Brighani 
Young University in Provo, Utah. 






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Contents 





Activities 




Cougar Days 


20 


Homecoming 


22 


Winter Carnival 


26 


Women's Week 


28 


Belle of the Y 


30 


Royalty 


32 


Elections 


46 


Songfest 


48 


Junior Prom 


50 


Y Day 


52 


Administration 




Board of Trustees 


62 


Administrative Council 


64 


General Administration 


66 


Colleges 


68 


Stakes 


112 


Alumni 


116 


Communications 




Wye Magazine 


119 


Banyan 


120 


Universe 


124 


Y Vector 


128 


Program Bureau 


130 


Organizations 




IOC 


160 


Departmental 


161 


Special Interest 


176 


Service 


210 


Housing 




Heritage 


223 


Amanda Knight 


247 


Wymount Terrace 


249 


Knight Mangum 


253 


Helaman 


256 


Athletics 




Football 


284 


Pep 


298 


Basket ball 


300 


Cross Country 


313 


Wrestling 


314 


Track 


318 


Baseball 


324 


Minor Sports 


328 


Intramurals 


330 


Honors 


334 


Student Government 


339 


Classes 




Freshmen 


354 


Sophomores 


391 


Juniors 


409 


Seniors 


423 


Graduates 


449 


Index 


455 



Framed through the facing stone on the li- 
brary, the Y Student Activities Center took 
form in a rising concrete and steel tower. 




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President David O. McKay, prophet, seer, and 

Church leaders 

led and inspired 

studentbody and 

administration 



revelator was chairman of Board of Trustees. President Hugh B. Brown, Second Counselor 

t Photo courtesy of Improvement Era ) 

Aside from the universal tendency of the administered to question the 
administering body, the Board of Trustees of Brigham Young Univer- 
sity probably received less criticism and more admiration than did 
a group of fifteen men in any similar position. The General Authorities, 
as LDS students called the First Presidency and Council of the Twelve 
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which comprised 
the University's policy-making body, were the most popular Devotion- 
al Assembly speakers. Visitors at the university were often surprised 
at the respect and devotion given the General Authorities, as con- 
trasted to the prevalent atheism and agnosticism of many American 
university campuses. However, 92 per cent of the studentbody was 
LDS and believed that the men leading their church were men of God. 

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The St. George temple stands facing the rising sun in the southern Utah community of St. George. It is revered by LDS as a house of God. 




Joseph Fielding Smith Harold B. Lee Spencer W. Kimball Ezra T. Benson Mark E. Petersen Delbert L. Stapley 




Marion G. Bomney LeGrand E. Bichards Bichard L. Evans Howard W. Hunter Gordon B. Hinckley 

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Nathan E. Tanner 




Administrators 
toiled, planned 
to coordinate 
university gains 

White corridors of the X-shaped Abra- 
ham Smoot Building for the second year 
housed the hardworking deep thinking 
administrative staff of the university. 
Five vice presidents, a comptroller and 
for a time an administrative assistant 
utilized their executive talents to aid 
President Wilkinson in guiding the 
growth of BYU. John T. Bernhard, who 
began the vear as administrative assist- 
ant, assumed responsibilities of a state 
senator and dean of the College of Hu- 
manities and Social Sciences. 
Working with the guidance of the 
Board of Trustees, the administrative 
members were a combination of educa- 
tors, builders, public relations execu- 
tives, leaders, innovators and politicians. 
Thev were called on to do numberless 
things, all concerned with the eventual 
destiny of a rapidly growing and in- 
creasinglv cosmopolitan collegiate com- 
munity. 

The talents the administrators brought 
to their complex positions were varied 
but all had a common quality — dedica- 
tion to BYU. 



Undoubtedly the busiest man on campus 
was Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson, Brigham 
Young University's president and the 
chancellor of the Unified Church School 
svstem. The students, \-irtually all of 
whom recognized the compact, grey- 
haired figure as he strode the campus 
walkwavs. were the first to admit that 
Dr. Wilkinson was possibly the best 
thing that could have happened to 
Brigham Young University. An eminent 
lawver. President Wilkinson often ac- 
complished the impossible, or at least 
the improbable, with efficiency, intelli- 
gence, and blunt determination. Not 
onlv did the physical plant expand from 
the Science Center to Wymount Terrace 
since his arrival in 1951, but other 
people acknowledged what students had 
alwavs known— BYU was academically 
a great American university. 




William E. Berrett, Vice President Earl C. Crockett, Academic Vice President Harvey L. Taylor, Vice President 




Ben E. Lewis, Vice President 
Auxiliary Services 



Clyde D. Sandgren, Vice President 
and General Counsel 



Joseph T. Bentley, Comptroller 



John T. Bemhaxd, 
Admin. Asst. to President 



William P. Knecht, 
Assistant to President 



Dale T. Tingey, 
Admin. Asst. to Berrett 



Alma P. Burton, 
Admin. Asst. to Berrett 




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Sam F. Brewster, Physical Edwin J. Butterworth, News Herald R. Clark, Forums, 

Plant Director Bureau Director Devotionals, Lyceums 

Wells P. Cloward, Food B. Keith Duffin, Placement Tracy Hall, Research 

Services Director Center Director Director 



Frank Haymore, University Carl Jones, Men's Housing Jennie Jones, Women's 

Press Manager Director Housing Director 

Swen C. Nielson, Security Ernest L. Olson, University C. R. Peterson, Purchasing 

Chief Publications Chairman Agent 



Admin, officers 
kept Y machine 
wheels turning 




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Jerry Rogers, University 
Photo Studio Manager 
Kiefer B. Sauls, 
University Treasurer 



Ivan Sanderson, 
Bookstore Manager 
Fred Schwendiman, 
University Housing Director 



William Siddoway, Admis- Floyd Taylor, Ticket 

sions and Records Director Office Manager 

Lyman Tyler, Library Lester Whetten, University 

Director Public Relations Director 




The stairway in the Smoot Building formed a study in design be- 
speaking the engineer's craft. 

Jack Trunnell, Student 

Health Center Medical 

Director 

Wetzel Whitaker, Motion 

Picture Studio Director 

The general administrative officers were 
the oil which kept the myriad depart- 
ments of the university turning smooth- 
ly. The men and women who served as 
directors of these areas were dedicated 
to helping stimulate the growth and de- 
velopment of both the university and its 
students. Almost every phase of the col- 
lege student's life was influenced by the 
decisions of these personnel, from the 
management of student housing, on or 
off campus, to extension of counseling 
services to students with emotional, mar- 
ital or academic problems. 
Brigham Young University is organized 
like a miniature city. It has its own 
dairv, farms, maintenance teams, health 
center, photo studio, AM-FM radio sta- 
tion, television studio, motion picture 
studio, printing facilities and house pol- 
ice force, and the bulk of campus news 
was disseminated to alumni, parents, 
prospective students as well as to the 
mass media through the services of the 
university press relations. 
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Dr. Rudger H. Walker had experience with the government and other universities prior 
to being made dean of the College of Biological and Agricultural Sciences. 

The department of zoology and entomology was under direction of Dr. D Elden Beck. 




Green, growing 
world interested 
Bio-Ag College 



Green and growing things of the world 
around received the intense interest and 
careful inspection of the College of Bio- 
logical and Agricultural Sciences. Using 
the modern equipment of the college, 
students filled group requirements or 
spent hours doing academic work which 
was geared to prepare them for a life 
in one of several professional fields. 
Through lectures and labs, the staff of 
the college instructed students in an in- 
telligent observation of nature through 
watching and learning about the many 
growing plants of the world. 
Two divisions constituted the college. 
In the division of agricultural sciences, 
pre-veterinary students learned the basic 
requirements leading toward an under- 
standing of veterinary medicine. The 
division of biological sciences included 
pre-forestry, which prepared students 
for entrance into a professional school of 
forestry and the range management 
course in which students studied courses 
under direction of the botany depart- 
ment. The pre-medical and pre-dental, 
medical technology, pre-optometry and 
pre-pharmacy courses also were directed 
by the division of biological sciences. 
A large number of activities were car- 
ried out or continued during the school 
year by the college. Research by one 
group, supported by the Atomic Energy 
Commission, involved the continuation 
of a study at the southern Nevada atom- 
ic test site observing the effect of atomic 
explosions on animal and plant life. 
Much material gathered over several 
years was made ready for publication. 
Another continuing study concerned the 
bark beetles affecting forests of the in- 
termountain west. In the area of bac- 
teriology, the college found studies of 
micro-organisms and their basic chemi- 
cal reactions opening great fields of 
biology. A cooperative program with the 
animal husbandry' department, statistics 
and home economics areas involved 
cholestoral formation and its effect on 
the human heart. A study of chemical 



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Dr. Don H. Larsen was acting chairman of the department of bacteriology second semester. 

Horticulture or growing of flowers, fruit and vegetables was under Dr. Ernest Reimschiissel. Acting as chairman of the department of 

animal husbandry was Dr. Keith H. Hoops. 

Microscopic life was analyzed in lab work. 




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Plants flourishing in the greenhouses of Benjamin Cluff Botanical Building came under the 
careful scrutiny of botany lab students. 



Bio-Ag research 
accelerated at Y 

and biological changes in the Green 
River in southern Utah was undertaken 
by college staff members in an effort to 
determine the effects of a new potash 
plant built near the river. 
Importance of research was stressed as 
a continuing and expanding thing which 
looked into the future rather than the 
past. Many other areas recived equal 
emphasis within the college. 



Students taking field botany in addition to get- 
ting lots of fresh air, learned the ornamental 
and commercial values of various plants grow- 
ing on or near the campus. 

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Lab assistants lectured white-coated classes. 



The agronomy department was guided 
through the scholastic year by Dr. Ray- 
mond Farnsworth. 







In his fifth year a Dean of the College of B 
New York University. 

Demand for graduates of Brigham 
Young University's College of Business 
boomed in 1963, due most likely to the 
efforts of Dean Weldon J. Taylor and a 
faculty recognized as one of the finest 
in the west. By spring 1963, the percent- 
age of faculty members with doctoral 
degrees reached a point much beyond 
the national average. 
Student quality increased too, as mush- 
rooming college enrollment forced uni- 
versities all over the nation to tighten 
entrance requirements and insist on bet- 
ter pre-college preparation. The new 
MBA program, initiated in the fall of 
1961, attracted graduates from many 
colleges as BYU took a place among the 
best business schools in the country. 
The college's philosophies and curricu- 
lum were basically the same as those of 
other recognized schools which taught by 
the case-study method. One possible ex- 



usiness was Dr. Weldon }. Taylor, who received his MBA from Harvard and his PhD from 



ception was the stress on business ethics, 
at least partially stemming from the in- 
fluence of the LDS Church. Also, as 
government control over business in- 
creased with each session of Congress, 
many people began examining the pos- 
sibilities of self-regulation. Business 
ethics were looked to as a possible 
method. 

Business world 
demanded grads 
tutored under 
top BYU faculty 



Dr. Weldon J. Taylor, dean of the Col- 
lege of Business, was a recognized 
authority on marketing and market re- 
search. He was the co-author of a basic 
textbook in the field, Marketing— An In- 
tegrated, Analytical Approach, which 
was in wide use throughout the nation. 
Dean Taylor received his BS from BYU, 
MBA from Harvard Business School, 
and PhD from New York University. 
He received NYU's highest citation for 
scholarship, the Founder's Day Certifi- 
cate of Achievement, and six citations of 
teaching merit from the New York 
Council of Market Research. Dean Tay- 
lor also served as a member of the in- 
dustrial division of the Provo Chamber 
of Commerce's city development pro- 
jects. He was formerly a district presi- 
dent of the Northern States Mission and 
is on East Provo Stake high council. 



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Students often worked in group to penetrate the mysterious and intricate workings of computers and to learn how to program them. 

The Computer Research Center, directed bv C. Edwin Dean, housed complex machines. 



Study materials 

were gathered 

by Econ Center 



One of the newer projects of the College 
of Business was a Center for Studies in 
Economics. Through the use of work- 
shops, faculty contributions, and grad- 
uate student research, the Center pro- 
vided educational materials to be used 
by elementary and secondary teachers of 
economics and closely related subjects. 
The Business Education and Office 
Management Department provided row 
upon row of the latest model typewrit- 
ers, calculators, and various other busi- 
ness machines in current use. These 
highly practical visual aids illustrated to 
prospective teachers, office managers, 
secretaries, and executive assistants the 
most efficient and modern methods of 
the business world. In cooperation with 
the university's College of Education, a 
steadily increasing number of students 
entered the field of business education. 









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The business management department's 
Master of Business Administration pro- 
gram granted the college's first MBA 
degrees in June, 1963. Acceptance in the 
two-year program was contingent upon 
a bachelor's degree, usually in a field 
other than business. Thirteen students 
were awarded the advanced degree un- 
der the new program. 
In conjunction with the College of 
Physical and Engineering Sciences, a 
statistics department was formed in 
1960 by joining statistical courses from 
the mathematics, agricultural economics, 
and economics departments under a 
single department in the College of 
Business. A bachelor's degree in statis- 
tics was then granted by either the Col- 
lege of Business or the College of Physi- 
cal and Engineering Sciences. 
Another degree granted for the first 
time in June, 1963, was the Master of 
Accountancy. The accounting depart- 
ment created the program and degree in 
order to come completely fill profession- 
al requirements. A bachelor's degree in 
accounting was required for entrance 
into the new program. 
Dr. Howard Nielson has headed the statistics department since it was added in 1960. 

Adding machines were indispensible in office management classes. DerMont Bell directed business education and office management. 




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Rare classroom serenity backdropped Dr. Antone K. Romney, who had completed two years as College of Edu- 
cation dean. 



Tops in nation 

with number 

teacher grads - - 

BYU graduated and placed more teach- 
ers in 1960 than any other school in the 
nation, according to the most recent 
statistics released by the US Office of 
Education. 

This year approximately one half of the 
students enrolled indicated at registra- 
tion that they were seeking certification 
as teachers. 

As part of an effort by the entire College 
of Education to bring its curriculum up 
to national accrediting standards, the 



four former departments and lab school 
were condensed in the fall of 1962. The 
college was then divided into Teacher 
Education and Graduate departments. 
The Laboratory was maintained as it 
had been under the former system. 
The Department of Teacher Education 
under Dr. Dean C. Christensen strived 
to build a curriculum library unequaled 
by any in the nation. All types of in- 
structional aids were included in the 
curriculum materials lab to provide stu- 
dents with training through experience. 
Much educational research was done by 
the department, particularly on the sec- 
ondary school level. 

Activities of the school psychiatric ad- 
viser, the personnel and guidance advis- 
er and the special education advisers 
were handled by the Graduate Depart- 
ment, which was under the direction of 

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Keith Oaks. The laboratorv school, 
headed by Dr. Edwin A. Read, was ex- 
perimenting with a continuous learning 
program that could be adapted for 
teaching machines. The lab school, 
located on lower campus, worked with 
grades one through twelve. 
Also incorporated in the college was the 
Office of Educational Research, which 
was directed by Dr. Drayton Nuttall. 
Antone K. Romney, dean of the college, 
had filled numerous capacities during 
his seventeen years at BYU. He was 
doing studies on comparative educa- 
tion, educational administration and 
teacher education. Fond of travel, Dr. 
Romney has given many lectures and 
recorded on film many of his experiences 
in Russia. He is executive secretary of 
the All-Church Coordinating Council in 
addition to his academic pursuits. 




Teacher trainees assisted youngsters with their 
school work as part of the education lab school. 



Dr. Dean C. Christensen, who had been on the Education faculty for six years, directed 
the recently consolidated department of teacher education for the college. 



Children were taught by the newest methods. Dr. Edwin A. Read supervised BVU's lab school, rated nationally among the progressive. 





The intricacies of domesticity were eagerly entered into by would-be homemakers under the patient guidance of other future homemakers 



Student teaching 

challenged 

plucky trainers 



Student teaching . . . first day . . . me 
teach them? ... I thought they were 
supposed to be really little . . . they look 
smarter than I . . . Oh, oh, my cooperat- 
ing teacher is leaving . . . Now what do 
I do? . . . Hmm — Class dismissed. 
The on-the-spot training idea of stu- 
dent teaching provided excellent exper- 
ience for young educators. It gave them 
the counsel and benefit of a more ex- 
perienced teacher at the same time it 
placed them in a position of responsi- 
bility. They had to work out their own 
lesson plans, arrange for all visual aids, 
prepare, administer, and correct tests. 
They in turn felt the pressure of their 
cooperating teacher watching and grad- 
ing their first attempt as an instructor. 




All education majors were required to master the correct use of audio- visual aids. 
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Lab school children practiced their talents. Student teachers were introduced to their voung charges bv the cooperating teachers. 




Meeting challenges posed bv actual teaching situations was an experience faced by every student as a prerequisite for teacher certification. 

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Unique family living program emphasized life 

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Margaret Childs headed clothing and textiles. Virginia Poulson directed the large homemak- Food and nutrition was under Marion Bennion. 

ing education department. 

The College of Family Living is an example of an educational pro- 
gram at Brigham Young University that is unique among American 
universities. During an educational era when the importance of domes- 
tic arts had been receiving an official deflating, enrollment in the 
College of Family Living at BYU grew steadily. Under the leader- 
ship of Dean Virginia Cutler, the college strove to integrate all sci- 
ences into a broad base an which to build its family-oriented courses. 
Undoubtedly the greatest impetus for the development of a program 
of academic courses designed to better the welfare of the family came 
from the basic doctrines and philosophies of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints, which maintain that the family is the 
center of all social organization. 

Keeping this family-importance philosophy dominant in their think- 
ing, Dr. Cutler and her staff created new departments, fostered re- 
search programs, and experimented with a wealth of new ideas as 
the increasing demand for graduates of the college provided evidence 
for the value of their efforts. 

Dr. Cutler spent the seven years previous to her coming to BYU work- 
ing for a United States government technical assistance agencv. She 
holds a doctoral degree from Cornell University. 

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Blaine Porter headed HDFR 



in the home . 




Widely-traveled dean of the college, Dr. Vir- 
ginia Cutler, used a background that spanned 
the Orient and Europe in guiding the growth 
of the college. 



Classes in the Clothing and Textiles depart- 
ment gave students first-hand experience in 
weaving art. 



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Wide-eyed tots in the College of Family Living training school, enthusiastically watched and learned from animals kept by the school. 




TV homemaking 
for dorm coeds 



KaroLee and Paula were 



During the fall of 1962 the College's 
faculty initiated a revolutionary new 
"homemaking by television" program for 
coeds living in Heritage Halls, the uni- 
versity-sponsored housing cooperatives. 
Students participating in this program 
enrolled in classes in which faculty and 
graduate assistants utilized experimental 
taped television programs to illustrate 
the latest techniques in home manage- 
ment. The students then applied the 
new methods to their apartment living 
to complete the cycle of a remarkably 
fascinated by the guinea pigs. All the children wear identifying cards. effective reinforced-leaming situation. 

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With its offices located primarily in the Family Living Center, the college was able to utilize tli ■ special observation rooms separated from 
some of the regular classrooms by one-way glass windows. Most modern techniques ir. theory, equipment and instruction were used effec- 
tively in its numerous phases. 

The departments were concerned with training future homemakers as well as future educators. Quantity foods classes prepared meals 
which were sold to faculty, guests and the studentbody every noon hour in the Elizabeth Room. Students had the opportunity of work- 
ing with looms in certain' textile classes. Clothing construction was an elective popular with coeds who were not majoring in this field. 



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Conan E. Mathews, dean of the College of Fine Arts, had presented several one-man painting exhibitions for which he received wide 
recognition. 

Fine Arts anticipated, prepared 
for move to new building in '64 

This year was one of special interest and preparation for the College 
of Fine Arts as students and faculty watched the structure of the im- 
mense new Fine Arts building rise in the main part of campus. For 
years, many of the fine arts departments have been relegated either 
to scattered "temporary" buildings or to lower campus several blocks 
from the hub of campus activity. Second only to the Student Union 
in size, the new building will be .the largest academic building on 
campus. It will house four full size theaters and a grand gallery which 
will extend through three floor levels. 

The second Fine Arts Festival was presented by the college in April. 
It encompassed all the fine arts — music, drama, art and speech, plus 
two fields outside the college — creative writing and dancing. The 
next festival of this tvpe was planned to be held in 1965 in the new 
building. A'Cappella, Oratorio, Men's and Women's Choruses, Brass 
Choir and Symphony Orchestra also went on tour to California. 

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Dr. Crawford Gates was chairman of the music department as well Assuming reigns as art department chairman was Dr. Richard Gunn. 
as being the composer of numerous religious scores and productions. 

The potters wheel posed challenges for students Art majors developed their sketching techniques by drawing still life as well as models. 




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Director of drama department was Dr. Harold I. Hansen, 
The media for artistic expression were almost limitless. 
The speech department was supervised by Morris Clinger. 
Advanced art students progressed from water colors to oils. 




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Naked steel beams of buildings under construction were familiar to Y students, but this mass of concrete and steel was a long-awaited 
sight to students and faculty of the College of Fine Arts since it meant the culmination of years of dreaming and planning for a modem 
fine arts center. 




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Physics professor and LDS church leader, Dr. 
Wayne B. Hales was General College dean. 



General College 




Data Processing held computer labs. 



Ernest Jeppson headed the special two-year Technical and Semi-Professional Institute. 



Two-year vocational technology 
program outlined in Y Institute 

A unique General College program for students interested in vocation- 
al technology has been under development supervised by Ernest Jepp- 
son. Many of the areas in this two-year program, called the Technical 
and Semi-Professional Institute, were conducted through other col- 
leges, but all of them registered through the General College. Chair- 
men of the technology departments were Agriculture, Rudger Walker; 
Business, E. Elvon Warner; Commercial Art, Francis Magleby; Com- 
puter Programming, Edwin Dean; Engineering, Albert Spencer; Gen- 
ealogical Research, Ernest Jeppson; Homemaking, Marlene Hatton; 
and Industry, Ross McArthur. Dr. Wayne B. Hales, Dean of the Col- 
lege, has been an avid photographer, teaching one class in the physics 
of light and photography, and another in meterology. Dean Hales has 
been in Boy Scouting over fifty vears and was president of BYU Stake. 

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Representing the technology department 
was Industrial Chairman Ross MeArthur. 



Industrial drawing was one of the areas included in the Technical Institute. Students graduated from the Institute after two years. 




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Humanities: 
Study of man 
and environment 



Utah State Legislature Senatorial duties plus work as administrative assistant to 
Wilkinson and dean of humanities and social sciences occupied Dr. John T. Bemhard 



President 



The studv of man in his natural and 
artificial surroundings was the concern 
of the College of Humanities and Social 
Sciences. The civilizations and records 
of those civilizations which man has 
created and the natural elements with 
which he has had to work have long 
been of interest to scholars who have 
tried to preserve the best of these cul- 
tures, and to glean useful knowledge for 
the future from the past. Often labeled 
as liberal arts, the fields embraced in 
the college endeavored to apply scien- 
tific methods of study to the activities 
and relationships of man. 
The Humanities College was structured 
with two basic purposes in mind. One 
was to provide a solid background for 
Dr. Dan-ell Taylor was chairman of the language department which included 18 languages. sru dents that they might find of use in 

dealing with people and problems the 



rest of their lives. The other aim of the 
college was to prepare specialists to 
work in these various fields contributing 
to man's fund of knowledge and making 
their professional services available to 
humanity. 

Pre-legal courses geared to develop a 
well-disciplined mind able to sort out 
and resolve complex problems were of- 
fered, although no specific pre-law 
course as such was organized. 
An interdepartmental program in Asian 
Studies was among the other majors in 
the college. Students contemplating car- 
eers in the Far East were acquainted 
with the problems, culture and modern 
development of the area plus either the 
Chinese or Japanese languages. 
Similar to the Asian Studies program 
was the Hispanic American studies ma- 
jor dealing with Latin America in depth. 




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Stressing the necessity of comprehending world geography was Dr. 
Robert Layton, chairman of the geography department. 

The history department was under direction of Dr. Eugene Campbell 



Theory, law and governmental systems were included in the de- 
partment of political science, supervised by Dr. Mark Cannon. 

Dr. Joseph N. Symons, chairman of sociology and anthropology. 




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Art and artifacts were the concern of archaeology chairman, Dr. Ross Christensen. 

Dr. Oliver R. Smith, who had spent the previous year on sabbatical leave teaching at the 
LDS Church College of Hawaii, returned to resume as journalism chairman. 






Student nurses were drilled until basic funda- 
mentals became an integral part of their nature. 



In her second year as dean of School of Nursing was World War II heroine, Dr. Beulah Allen. 

BYU School of Nursing entered 
12 th year with full RN program K 

The eleven year old School of Nursing was directed by Dr. Buelah 
Ream Allen. Dr. Allen came to BYU last year after having been a Utah 
hospital inspector, supervising nurse in Salt Lake City, practicing physi- 
cian in California and the Philippines. 

The school was accredited by the National League for Nursing Ac- 
crediting Service and approved by the Representative Committee for 
the Practice of Nursing in Utah. Students in the school graduated with 
a Bachelor of Science degree after completing the four year training 
program. They were then eligible to take state examinations to be 
licensed as registered nurses and to get public health certification. 
The campus Student Nurses' Association was affiliated with the Utah 

and American Student Nurses' Association, which was their profession- Dummy mo d e is were used for student training. 
al organization to promote social, cultural and educational activities. 

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The School of Nursing gave its students hours of careful preparation in the class room prior to letting them actually work with patients. 




The necessity of properly serving food to a patient was explained to the trainees bv qualified registered nurses in BYU's Health Center. 

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Dr. Milton F. Hartvigsen has been dean of Physical Education College seven years 



Physical education values proved 
in student lives and in teaching 

Dean of the College of Physical Education, Dr. Milton F. Hartvigsen 
was a graduate of Utah State University and received his Doctor of 
Education degree from UCLA in 1956. Dean Hartvigsen was a native 
of Downey, Idaho. Before coming to Brigham Young University in 
1956 he had been a teacher, principal, and athletic coach in schools in 
the western United States. He was also a former stake president and 
a member of the East Sharon Stake Sunday School board. 
Dean Hartvigsen was by necessity a strong, determined man in a big 
job. He had the customary administrative responsibilities of an aca- 
demic dean. His office was responsible for BYU's immense intramural 
program. He supervised classes ranging from Boy Scout leadership 
training to boxing. And he was directly responsible to the administra- 
tion for intercollegiate athletics, in which the university participated 
actively but not always victoriously. 

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Golf and hunting were the hobbies of Dr. Ed- 
win R. Kimball, director of BYU athletics. 




Archery was a popular coeducational sport.) 




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Improved physical fitness, a major goal of the college, was the objective of special exercise 

classes. 

Author of 22 books, Dr. David D. Geddes directed men's P.E. 



Proving the value of physical education 
in the lives of students and insuring the 
training of teachers in this multi-faceted 
field was again the complex goal of the 
College of Physical Education. Teachers 
in the college endeavored to present the 
importance of developing a physical 
soundness and vigor as well as a sound 
and alert mind. In addition to numerous 
scheduled physical education and health 
classes so much a part of student life, 
the college continued to give strong 
academic emphasis to its undergraduate 
and graduate programs for those stu- 
dents planning to enter the physical 
education area as a career. All intra- 
mural sports and intercollegiate athletic 
activities were guided by the college in 
addition to class work. 



Development continued strongly during 
1962-63 with new faculty members La- 
Vell Edwards, football coaching staff; 
Sherald James, health education and as- 
sistant track coach; Roland Minson, as- 
sistant basketball coach; Ronald Rhodes 
and McKay Rollins, health education, 
joining the staff. Academic research was 
an area of effort for faculty and grad- 
uate students. 

During the year interest in soccer flared 
with an increase in classes being taught. 
A volleyball team representing Brigham 
Young University appeared in the inter- 
collegiate scene. Once again the college 
joined with Provo citizens to host the 
NCAA western regional tournament. 
The community and the college aided in 
plans for a national tennis tournament 
to be held on Brigham Young Univer- 
sity's courts during the summer. 
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Dancing and recreational activities came under the department of Dr. Israel C. Heaton. 
Dr. Ray Watters, Indiana University graduate, headed health and safety education. 
High-stepping, colorfully arrayed international folk dancers were sponsored by the college. 









Directing department of physical education for 
women tor 26 years was Dr. Leona Holbrook. 



PE not only area 
taught by college 

Included in the College of Physical 
Education were several rather unique 
departments which dealt with more than 
a student's physical fitness. All entering 
freshmen were required to take two 
hours in the department of health and 
safety education. BYU was the first uni- 
versity in the nation to offer a degree 
in youth leadership. This department 
was added to the college in 1956 under 
Royal Stone, who was later replaced by 
Thane Packer. The highly specialized 
courses in this field were designed to 
serve as a "laboratory for Christian liv- 
ing" as well as to train prospective pro- 
fessional men to become leaders in the 
Boy Scouts of America and other similar 
youth leadership positions. 

Promoting Boy Scouting and education was 
Thane J. Packer, youth leadership chairman. 





Enzyme functioning research was conducted by Dr. Albert D. Swensen, chemistry chairman. 

Celestial mechanics highlighted 

diversified research projects 

by the College of Engineering 

Celestial mechanics, musical acoustics, geological maps, and the effect students conducted chemistry lab experiments, 
of thiamine upon the function of the brain were among the myriad of , „ , „„ . _ 

lrl A .. . i/~iiir Lieutenant Colonel William J. Gibson, USAF, 

diversified projects encompassed by researchers in the College or headed the air science department. 
Physical and Engineering Science. Of the more than eighty persons 
on the college's staff, most of them were involved in some individual 
or departmental research studies during the year. 
Dr. Armin J. Hill, dean of the college, was the author of several papers 
on research in photography. Among his findings that have been 
published have been studies in stereoscopic photography and investi- 
gations of the picture quality in motion pictures. Dr. Hill, who re- 
ceived his doctorate from the California Institute of Technology, had 
been head of the college at BYU since 1957. 

Studies of the propogation waves and of student aids for teaching 
solid mechanics were conducted by Dr. C. S. Barton, civil engineering 
department chairman. Dr. Barton was appointed to the executive 
committee of the National Society of Experimental Stress Analysis. 
Related activity in enzyme functioning was the subject under analysis 
by Dr. Albert D. Swenson, chairman of the chemistrv department. 
Chemical engineering chairman, Dr. Dee H. Barker, was developing 
teaching methods for process dynamics and studying heat transfer. 




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101 




Mechanical engineers found that their study involved diligent laboratory study. 



Chairman of the chemical engineering de- 
partment was Dr. Dee H. Barker. 

Telestar and NASA beckoned 
math head Harvey J. Fletcher 

Dr. Harvey J. Fletcher, chairman of the mathematics department, 
had spent the previous year working directly with Telstar, the path- 
breaking communications satellite. He returned as chairman of the 
mathematics department during the 1962-63 school year, but planned 
to leave again the following year during which he was to serve in an 
advisory capacity on NASA's man-to-the-moon project. 
Also in the college was the department of air science, which was 
directed by Lieutenant Colonel William J. Gibson, USAF. 
All of the engineering courses offered had been nationally accredited, 
and the curriculum was rated among the best in the United States. 
BYU was one of a very few schools in the nation which offered a five 
year program for a BS in engineering. 

102 





Research into student teaching aids for solid mechanics was conducted by Dr. C. S. Barton, chairman of the civil engineering department. 

Electrical Engineering Chairman Darrel Monson studied transistorized laboratory instru- 
mentation as one of the department's research projects. 




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Dedicated men 

taught students 

gospel truths 




Staffed by dedicated men, such as Dr. 
G. Bryon Done (shown lecturing), who 
have devoted their lives to teaching 
others the deeper significance of the 
Gospel of Jesus Christ, the College of 
Religion had the largest class enroll- 
ment of any college in the university 
since all undergraduate students had to 
take religions courses in order to ful- 
fill graduation requirements. 
Special classes were taught for non-LDS 
students from the Far East and from 
the Near East. Other students had a 
wide range of subject matter from 
which to choose. Courses in world reli- 
gions and comparative religions were 
offered as well as the history of Ameri- 
can religions. Second and third century 
Christianity, Christian rites, and the his- 
tory of papacy were among the other 
general interest subjects taught. The ma- 
jority of the students enrolled in scrip- 
ture study classes, however. 
All students were required to take at 
least two hours of religion each semester 
as a part of their regular studies. They 
were requested not to double their re- 
ligion load one semester in order to be 
excused from carrying any religion an- 
other time since the basic philosophy 




Former Dean of Students, Dr. B. West Belnap, became dean of the College of Re- 
ligion in 1962 after having served as chairman of many of it departments. 

Chairman of religious education was Dr. Chauncey Riddle, 1962 Professor of the Year. 




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Dr. James R. Clark, noted LDS author, was 
chairman of history and philosophy of religion. 



Only at Brigham Young University 



Dr. Howard H. Barron heared the department of Bible and modern scripture. 
Dr. Rodney Turner, was chairman of theology and Church Administration. 




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Biblical languages department was under the direction of Chairman Ellis Rasmussen. 
Leaders in LDS Church often spoke to students and faculty who packed the fieldhouse. 




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Students studied the four standard works of the LDS Church: the Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price. 




LDS way of life was emphasized 
as an integral part of student life 

behind the religion requirement was to encourage students to make 
religion an integral part of their daily studies. 

"A way of life" is a well-known term among members of the Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for describing this closely inter- 
twined religious and secular philosophy. Education has been a signifi- 
cant factor in this way of life. Founded on the premise that knowledge 
is essential for continued religious advancement, and that such things 
as a humble belief in the divinity of Jesus the Christ could be com- 
patible with the study of subjects like geology, philosophy or physics, 
Brigham Young University grew from a small academy to a major 
university that still maintained such high ideals and standards. 
Although no undergraduate degrees were offered in this field, the col- 
lege did give advanced training leading to a Master of Religious Edu- 
cation, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy degree. 



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In his third year as Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. Wesley P. Lloyd noted the rapidly expanding curriculum during his leadership. 



Graduate School extended aims 
through special academic projects 



Special projects promoted by the Graduate School extended the na- 
tional academic reputation of the graduate program. The aim of the 
school was increased department efficiency and specialized considera- 
tion given to the advisement and curriculum available to graduates. 
This year BYU's Graduate School was enlarged to meet the standards 
of other major universities. Many more fellowships and grants were 
offered to degree-seeking graduates. During the spring the school 
received approval to include a new Doctor of Religious Education de- 
gree and a Master of Accounting degree in the list of degrees which 
would be offered the following year. Dean of the school, Dr. Wesley 
P. Lloyd, shared responsibilities with Dr. Bertrand F. Harrison of the 
botany department, who acted as dean while Dr. Lloyd was in Japan. 

108 





Graduate Council consisted of front row: Tracy Hall, Bertrand Harrison, Jens Jonsson, Wesley Lloyd, Lehi Hintze, Mark Allen, S. Lyman 
Tyler, Jay Beck. Back row: Chauncey Riddle, Reed Bradford, Israel Heaton, Kenneth Hardy, Eugene Campbell, Keith Oaks, Clavvson Can- 
non, Albert Swenson. 



Dr. Bertrand Harrison took care of administra- 
tive duties while Dean Lloyd was out of town. 



Secretaries assisting the dean were Sonja Peter 
son, Julia Cherrington, Maureen Eburne. 




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Evening School, 
Travel Studies 
were successful 



The Extension Services division of the 
university was headed bv Dean Harold 
G. Clark. Under his administration all 
adult education and evening school 
courses were conducted. In addition any 
conferences which were conducted on 
campus were directed by the depart- 
ment headed by Tom James: Special 
Courses and Conferences. Travel Study 
and Home Study departments were also 
included under the Extension Services 
area. It was through Extension Services 
that many people in Provo and sur- 
rounding communities were able to con- 
tinue their quest for a college degree 
and still work full time to support their 
families. The division was expanding 
rapidly to meet the anticipated demands 
placed upon it by the increasing popula- 
tion in the area and the rapid increase 
in enrollment of the university. 



Dean Harold Glen Clark headed the University Extension Division during 1962-63. 

During the summer, students from BYU traveled through Europe and studied at the University of Vienna for credit offered through 
Travel Studies. 




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Design of trees against the sky added to the beauty of the campus. The statue of the university's founder stood in silhouette at dusk. 



Brigham Young University campus buildings were used well into the night as the Evening School division conducted many classes 
throughout the year. 




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Viewed from the skeleton of the Student Union Building, the panorama of Utah Valley 
stretched over the Library and Family Living Center to Utah Lake and the mountains. 

Facing the peripheral campus road were the two year old Snell Industrial Arts Building and the recently finished Physical Plant Building. 

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Living quarter-typ^ Heritage Halls for coeds and newly constructed Wymount Terrace for Science Center stairways formed designs. 

married students represented two of the largest student living areas in the state. 

The Jesse Knight Business Building contained the College of Business in addition to the newly formed MBA graduate program in business. 





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Silhouetted against a cloudy sky, the Joseph 
Smith Building was the center of religion. 




One camera lens captures the reflection of an- 
other with the image of the Clark Library in it. 



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Alumni office 

kept 80,000 

Y alumni 

bibliographies 

In 1954 the Alumni Association under- 
took the herculean task of adding bibli- 
ographies to their address files on all 
BYU alumni. Even students who only 
attended school one semester were con- 
sidered as alumni. Nearly 80,000 names 
were included in these files. 
The Alumni Association published a 
magazine which was sent free to all 
BYU alumni. They also promoted the 
building of a recreation area on the 
school's Alpine campus for alumni and 
their families. The project was sched- 
uled for completion the summer of 1963. 
Raising funds for the university was the 
major goal of the Association. 




Raymond E. Beckham was Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association. 
BYU's Alpine campus was the site for the Alumni recreation and vacation area. 




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Bob Church, president of the 1963 senior class, arranged for the senior 
class gift with Alumni Association officers Raymond Beckham and 
Emily Weeks and Connie Gerrard, senior class secretary. 



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Alumni Tele-fun(d) money raising pr 0J ect while volunteers vised and checked to keep them up to date ' 

sought tor further committments from students and alumni. 

Members of the Alumni Association included, seated: Bonna Brinton Emilv Weeks Leland Pridav IWiJ™. c or ,f i n- j. au 

Taylor, Raymond Beckham, Phyllis Shaw, Standing: E. LaMar Buckner, "S Ck -son, dX: "eft £" /p£ ££ 
Harold Smith, Ke.th Orme, Donna Sorensen, Ronald Hyde, George I. Cannon, Wilson Sorensen, Mark A. Benson 




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Dale Blanchard edited the Wye literary magazine, published twice during the school year. Students ran and operated station KBYU. 

Wye magazine appeared twice KBYU-FM 

KBYU-FM was monitored into Provo area from the old television building near Heritage Halls. Stacks of tape recordings had to be filed. 




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Banyan Business Manager was John Lewis, California. 
Allan Frazier edited the Banyan tor the second time. 



1963 Yearbook 

printed despite 

unkept deadlines 

The 1963 Banyan staff was smaller than 
previous staffs, however, they were able 
to compile material for a 480 page year- 
book quite efficiently. Deadlines seemed 
to be completely ignored much to the 
dissatisfaction of all concerned. Apart- 
ment 79 in Maeser Hall supplied four 
section editors which must have been 
some kind of record, and Penne and 
Allan were not coming back next year 
on the Banyan staff after 4 and 6 years 
work respectively. All the staff longing- 
ly looked at the fifth floor office in the 
Y Center because it had windows. 



Helio Gonzales photographed and printed most of the pictures for the 1963 Banyan. 







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Penne Freebairn, editor last year, was managing editor for the second time since I960.. 



Holly Thorstad was copy editor for Banyan. 



Joan Higbee from Murray, Utah, was editor in charge of activities. The fine arts section was gathered and compiled by Kaye Terry. 








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Lee Ann Holden indexed thousands of names. Pauline Walk and Kathy Keate handled the organization and housing space contracts. 
Organizations and housing groups were edited by Jane Degraffenried. Wayne Sabey filled in second semester as sports editor for Banyan. 




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Lyle Robinson alphabetized the class pictures. 

Pat Phippen scheduled pictures for administration area. 



Elaine Goodman assisted in various sections as did Cathy Kearl. 
Bruce Wilkin, Norm Smith, Bob Hastings, Jerry Mason took photos. 




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Daily Universe workers 
subject selves to work 
and campus criticisms 




A. Ronald Peterson from Bakersfield, California, was editor-in-chief. 
News editor position was filled by Meryl Lynn Croft from Salt Lake. 



Becki Fillmore, Ontario, Oregon, filled the managing editor post. 
Campus Editor Maxine Kruer claimed Provo as her hometown. 




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Kim Brewster, Portland, Oregon, was Universe copy editor. 



Canadian Bud Tolman assumed the responsibilities of being sports editor. 



Diana M. Brown was feature editor as well as getting married during the year. Society editor was Evy Morrison of Provo, formerly N.Y. 




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Daily Universe staff 




Universe Head Photographer was George 
Redd. 



Assistants to the editors included Doug Christensen, sports; Ginger Portie, head receptionist; 
Bob Mitchell, campus news; Karen Elder, features; and Dana Morris, society. 
Universe reporters included (front row) Newton Johnson, Laverda Garrison, Frankie Red- 
don David Wright, (back row) Bob Hastings, Lee Landers, JaNeanne Allen, Lavina Fielding, 
Larry Harris, Sandy Boyd, George Hewlett, Stan Hodge, Ken Mitchell, Nancy Stephenson, 
Ruby Ludwig, and Ardean Toler. 





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Galaxy Editor Barbara Miller was Graduate. 

Photographers included Glen Scott, Ken Nix, 
Donald Brown, Chester Redd, Niel Sim- 
mons, and Gerald Hatch. 




Marvin Bell from American Fork, was business manager, being reappointed also for 1963-64. 



The Universe business staff made it possible to increase the paper's circulation and size. 
Staff members included (front row) Dave Smart, Reed Greenwood, (back row) Richard 
Fuller, Wayne Lewis, Bob Webb, and Haws Marble. 




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The Y Vector: 
new magazine 
in engineering 



The Y Vector was new, being published 
by the Engineers' Joint Council for the 
students in engineering on the BYU 
campus. John Morgan edited the Vector 
which appeared four times during the 
academic year. The magazine's purpose 
was to inform students in the various 
engineering departments of the research, 
activities, and study being specialized 
in. The Vector was also important in 
stressing the professional aspects of en- 
gineering by publishing information 
about engineering alumni and the pro- 
fessional societies on campus. 



The Y Vector staff was headed by Editor 
John Morgan, Business Manager Dee Hum- 
pherys, Associate Editor Kenneth Rogers, 
Faculty Advisor Joseph Free, and Associate 
Editor Ken Chase. 



Y Press men 

printed on tons 

of paper stock 



The Brigham Young University Press 
was cramped into the confines of one of 
the few "temporary" buildings on cam- 
pus directly behind the Clark Student 
Service Center. Directed by Frank Hay- 
more, the Press handled the printing of 
the Daily Universe five days a week plus 
running off this 480 page, 6500 copy 
Banyan. The Press printed most campus 
bulletins, brochures, and catalogues. 
They also ran several thousand miscel- 
laneous jobs through their plant. Extra 
time and effort were used to rearrange 
equipment when the new Miehle Off- 
set arrived. 




Delvar Pope worked many hours at the Y Press to complete the Banyan. 







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Photo Studio 

"shuttered" 

at pix volume 



The Photo Studio located in the Eyring 
Science Center photographed all class, 
organization, and housing pictures for 
the Banyan, their largest client. How- 
ever, the staff which included over 30 
part time student workers also processed 
thousands of pictures of personal orders 
to be sent to loved ones around the 
world. Jerry Rogers assumed the man- 
agership at the beginning of the aca- 
demic year. New studios were being 
included in the Y Student Activities 
Center which was to be completed in 
April of 1964 enabling the Studio to ex- 
pand its services to the university. 



The lull time staff of the Photo Studio in- 
cluded (front roxc) Lucille Taylor, Ethel 
Watts, (back row) Jerry Rogers, and Kent 
Crandall. 




Charlie Pope stripped negatives while Dale Howells operated the new Miehle 38 inch offset press. 





Program Bureau 
went to Orient 
in summer of '62 



Active coeds on the Program Bureau included: 
Julianne Skousen, Jovan Nessen, Shirley Dray, 
Billie Jean O'Brien, Margaret Butler, Judy Lof- 
gren, JoAnn Horton, and Kathy Bona. 



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Regular Program Bureau MC's included: Will Thomas, Spence McMullin, Stan Buell, Mike 
Merchant, Bill Raventos, Ron Mumford, Don Davis, Ed Lindquist, Happy Cluff, and Dave 
Allred. They traveled with the Bureau on shows throughout the Mountain West, California 
and Nevada. 



Regular performers were the Tritones: 
Ileen Blacker, Roma Christensen, and Jocile 
Ifan, and the Melodies: Maria Dosal, Nedra 
Fullmer, and Judy Bishop. 



Barbara Havoik posed while Leon Hale 
balanced. Melissa and Melody Matheny 
sang. 



"Curtain Time" performers included (front 
row) Sonnie Richards, Geri Goeckeritz, 
Dorothy Norton, Janet Cutrer, Charlene 
Zimmerman, (back row) Billie O'Brien, Joy 
Woffinden, Beverly White, Karla Toland, 
and Margie Vance. 




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Dr. Chumley ( Robert Despain ) and Veta Simmons ( Pat Fresh ) led h elpless Ehvood Dowd ( Lynn Benson ) . 



Theater in the Round presented 
Harvey in Smoot Building arena 

Harvey, which was revived in the fall after being presented for a run 
during the summer, was presented by the BYU Theater in the Round 
performers in the Abraham O. Smoot Administration and General Ser- 
vices Building. 



Harvey, a rabbit, was center of attraction. 




Myrtle Simmons 
Veta Simmons 

Elwood Dowd 
Miss Johnson 
Ruth Kelly 
Duane Wilson 
Dr. Sanderson 
Dr. Chumley 
Betty Chumley 
Judge Gaffney 
E. J. Lofgren 



Lea Ward 

Peggy Lautenschlager 

Pat Fresh 

Lynn Benson 

Colleen Johnson 

Marijane Johnson 

Richard Snow 

Blaine Quarnstrom 

Bob Despain 

Eileen Blacker 

Cliff Cabinilla 

Larry Woodard 




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The great hall in Monkswell Manor was the scene of action as the Mousetrap plot unfolded. Capacity audiences viewed this production 



Comedy marked incidents in the Mousetrap 
plot. 




Agatha Christies "Mousetrap" 
pleased audiences in JS Bldg. 

Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap' 'was presented in the Joseph Smith 
Auditorium November 7-10 by the Brigham Young University Theater. 
Max C. Golightly directed and was aided by Norm Whiting and Mar- 
sha Dahl. 



Mollie Ralston 
Giles Ralston 
Christopher Wren 
Mrs. Boyle 
Major Metcalf 
Miss Casewell 
Mr. Paravicini 
Detective Trotter 



Karolyn G. Harker 

Dan Staples 

Neal Barth 

Karen Mangelson 

Robert White 

Penny Hess 

Ed Wheeler 

Lane Bateman 




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Moliere's Imaginary Invalid was 
presented by University Theater 

A hypochondriac who wanted to marry his daughter to a doctor 
formed the basis for Moliere's comedy, "The Imaginary Invalid" 
which was presented by the Brigham Young University Theater di- 
rected by Morris Clinger. 



Mons. Argon, the Invalid Cliff Cabanilla 

Maid Toinette Lynda De Rouen 

Angelica Mariellen Wadley 

Delaine Gail Wade 

Cleant Terry Shellenberger 

Louise Dale Sterling 



Grimacing over his imaginary ills was Mons. 
Argon, central figure in Moliere's comedy. 

The plans of both the "invalid" and the young doctor to whom he wished to marry his daughter were subject to revision by feminine whim. 





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Carousel still thrilled audiences 
with story, song, and dance-- 

Rodgers and Hammerstein's well-known "Carousel" was presented as 
one of the spring musical drama productions. Directed by Harold I. 
Hansen, "Carousel" told the tragic love story of Julie and the carousel 
barker. 




Carrie Pipperidge 


Karen Hansen 


Julie Jordan 


Sheryl Jamison 


Mrs. Mullin 


Karolyn Harker 


Billy Bigelow 


Ron Mumford 


Mr. Bascome 


Leland Hunsaker 


Nettie 


Marilyn Stanley 


Enoch Snow 


David Jacobs 


Jigg er 


Jerry McCulloch 


Captain 


Cliff Cabanilla 


First Policeman 


Monroe Tyler 


Second Policeman 


Roger Moore 


Heavenly Friend 


Jim Anderson 


Starkeeper 


Karl T. Pope 


Louise 


Dana Rosado 


Principal 


Mel Gish 


Enoch Snow, Jr. 


Kim Jacobs 




Chorus, dance and orchestra members contri- 
buted color to the production. 

A tense moment between Julie and Billy was provoked by the presence of Mrs. Mullin and Jigger who helped lead Billy to his destruction. 




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Shakespeare's 
tragedy "Othello" 
was presented 
in JS Auditorium 




Driven by jealousy, Othello succumbed to Iago's scheming and strangled Desdemona. Merrymakers were led astray by words of Iago. 
lago continued his vicious plot by falsely accusing others for doing evil. 

Shakespeare's tale of "Othello, the Moor 
of Venice" was presented in observance 
of World Theatre Day. 




Duke of Venice 


Dave Murdock 


Brabantio 


Karl T. Pope 


Gratiano 


Russell James 


Lodovico 


Tom Murray 


Othello 


Blaine Quarnstrom 


Cassio 


Dan Staples 


Iago 


Ivan Crosland 


Roderigo 


Jerry McCulloch 


Montano 


Neal Barth 


Desdemona 


Marielen Wadley 


Emilia 


Fran Chudd 


Bianca 


Mayone Woodbury 



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"Rashomon" told 

complex story 

of Buddhist priests 

conflicts, struggle 




The priest found that even "good" men may 
yield to evil, but that as a priest he had work 
to do. 

"Rashomon" is set in Kyoto, Japan about 
1000 years ago and deals with the 
struggle between good and evil that 
takes place within a Buddhist priest. 



Husband 


David Allred 


Wigmaker 


Terry Hansen 


Woodcutter 


John Kraczek 


Wife 


Lynda Derouen 


Medium 


Kathleen Caldwell 


Priest 


Joel Justesen 


Bandit 


Jeff Willis 


Mother 


Muriel Smith 


Deputy 


Kim Brewster 




The bandit and husband rehearsed their fight scene with samurai practice swords. 

To help answer the question of what happened during the fight scene, a medium sum- 
moned the dead husband back from the grave to explain his version of the incident in the 
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Mrs. and Mr. Gilbrcth and their 12 children plus friends filled the stage for curtain call. 



"Cheaper by the 
Dozen" pleased 
audiences which 
attended play 



Brigham Young University Youtheatre 
presented Sergei's stage version of 
"Cheaper By the Dozen." The play was 
directed by Charles Metten, assisted by 
Neil Davis. It was performed in Col- 
lege Hall. 



The Gilbreth family was sufficiently large to organize its own choir. 




Mr. Gilbreth 

Mrs. Gilbreth 

Ernestine 

Frank 

Jackie 

Dan 

Fred 

Bill 

Anne 

Lillian 

Martha 

Mrs. Fitzgerald 

Dr. Burton 

Miss Brill 

Larry 



Larry Smith 

Jeanine Low 

Linda Buckwalter 

Terry Shellenberger 

Fred Stout 

Bruce Hollev 

Richard Smith 

Dick Bowler 

Marylou Matkin 

Sandi Nelson 

Dale Stirling 

Joy Fisher 

Jay Clegg 

Anita Mattingly 

Maurice W. Smith 



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"Pegora" fantasy 

was MA thesis 

of BYU Alumnus 

Carol L. Wright 



"Pegora" was written by BYU alumnus 
Carol Lynn Wright and presented in 
College Hall by the Youtheatre. It was 
directed by Max C. Golightly. 




Mischievous Pegora multiplied the problems of King August's mathematician. 



Sunday and the court Jester brought Pegora back to be King August's cook. 




King August's court celebrated with Pegora. 



Pegora 

Mother Martacloy 

Second Attendant 

First Attendant 

Third Attendant 

Fourth Attendant 

Fifth Attendant 

Sixth Attendant 

King August 

Queen June 

Jester 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

Sunday 



Lynda DeRouen 

RaNae Hadley 

Sherrilynn Reece 

Sylvia Butler 

Hertha Ison 

Kay Gunn 

Marsha Beckham 

Dorothy Moon 

Robert White 

Bonne Gifford 

Jay Baumgardner 

Sharon Higbee 

Betty Lee 

Kathleen Payne 

Hallie Carey 

Kathleen Caldwell 

Susan Strong 

Jeri Strong 




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Red Eagle sadly held the broken body of his beloved Utahna after she offered herself as a sacrifice for her tribe to the god Timpanogos. 

Timpanogos legend was theme 
for "Bleeding Heart" production 

The Bleeding Heart was an opera adapted by William F. Hanson from 
the Indian legend about Utahna and Red Eagle and the heart of Mt. 
Timpanogos. The opera was directed by Don L. Earl. 




The Cheiftain 


Blaine Watts 


The Witch 


[udith Simonds 


The Bear 


Noel Twitcht-D 


Red Eagle 


Jack B. Morris, Jr. 


Utahna ' 


Dorothv Xorton 


Red Willow 


fanice Lowham 


Hill Faun 


Sheryl Jamison 


Wild Cherrv 


1. nana Turles 




Red Eagle and Utahna were the leading 
characters in the tragic Indian fantasy. 



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The cast for Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta "H.M.S. Pinafore" ran through their dance routines during production rehearsals. 




Gilbert and Sullivan operetta 
"HMS Pinafore" given in spring 

Opera Workshop, under the direction of Don Earl, presented one of 
Gilbert and Sullivan's famous musical comedies, "H.M.S. Pinafore." 



Josephine 


c 


.ill- Mortensen 


Sir Joseph Porter 




Paul Sharp 


Ralph 




Verne Comils 


Capt. Corcoran 




Max Adams 


Buttercup 




Nancy Speed 



Josephine gave suitor Ralph distainlul snub 




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Front row Antonia Allen, Karla Freckleton, Irene Andrus, Joan Tavlor, Kathleen Caldwell, Alta Ann Lemmon. Second row. Janice Low- 
ham Kathv Robinson Marianna S. CcClellan, Sylvia Smith, Heather McMaster, Carolyn Bryner, Ann Brown. Third row. Diana Decker, 
Rosa'nne Chapman, Shervl Jamison, Deanna Kav Peterson, Relva Sobderegger, Andrea Marie Lee, Elin Crnkovic, Laura Leavitt. Back row: 
Max Leone Adams, Bill' \icholsen, Clinton Lingren, Dick Harris, Dan Hawnley, Roger L. Johnson, Ron Hartle, Roger M. Harmon, David 
Kay Flake, Curtis A. Bohi, Verne W. Corwils, Jr. 



In his second vear as director of Opera Workshop was Dr. Don L. Earl. 



Opera Workshop 

enhanced by 

Musical talents 



Combined musical and dramatic talents 
were required of students who audi- 
tioned for Opera Workshop director 
Don L. Earl. Workshop members re- 
hearsed day and night for such produc- 
Pinafore" and William F. Hanson's 
tions as Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. 
opera "The Bleeding Heart" which was 
adapted from Eugene L. Robert's ver- 
sion of the old Timpanogos Indian 
legend. 




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A Cappella Choir 
joined Y groups 
in Neveda, Calif. 



As with other of the music groups on 
campus, the tour through California and 
Nevada was the main highlight for the 
A'Cappella Choir. The tour culminated 
in the presentation of Bach's "Magnifi- 
cat" and William Walton's "Belshazzar's 
Feast" in Salt Lake City and Provo. 
During the spring, the Choir presented 
its annual school concert and sang for 
the special Bishop's Day Devotional 
with the combined music groups. 
A'Cappella was under the direction of 
Prof. Kurt Weinzinger. 

A Cappella conductor Kurt Weinzinger drilled 
singers for their many public performances. 



Front row. Nola Matthews, Birdie Stevens, Jean Chiapella, JoAnn Nations, Elaine Mecham, Judi Rasmussen, Lael Heiner, Marcia Lee 
Jones, Bonnie Lauper, Bonnie H. Slade, Diane Adamson, Jill Hawkins, Marilyn Ward, Sharlene McMahon, Gail Mortensen, Marnita 
Crookston, Julia Lawrence, Susan Bates. Second row. Julia Summerhays, Helen Humpherys, Mariana Meyers, Jane Stafford, Bobi Jo 
Welch, Virginia Briggs, Kay Luekenga, De Lora Wright, Vivien Beecroft, Connie Kirkman, Marilee Forsha, Shawna R. Nielson, Linda 
Rokes, Jean Scott, Deanne Hulshoff, Alma Don McArthur, Carolyn Merrill, Sherry Ann Mills, Elaine Mohlman. Third row: Beverly Bird, 
Linda Lee Breckenridge, Mark Woodworth, Stephen Baer, James L. Smart, B. Vaun Bateman, Larry Chandler, Bruce K. Carter, David 
Black, George Neilson, Thomas Worlton, Melvin DeWitt, Stanley Syphus, Ivan Briggs, Charles Naylor, Dean Jolley, Jolene Schleckmann, 
Cynthia Williams, Emeren Reeder. Back row. Janean Hanks, Dennis Miner, Duane Huff, Gordon C. White, Clyde Barson, Lewis Rawlin- 
son, Bruce G. Terry, DelRae Terry, David R. Shepherd, F. Kent Nielsen, Jack Van Buren, L. John Harper, Elmo Keck, Ronald Pexton, 
Wesley Hoover, Lee Snell, Stephen Chase, Jim Stanard, Pauline Stratton, Ilene Andrus. 




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Front row. Dale Nelson, Glen Kav, Peter Valora, Carl Fonoimoana, Arthur Barnes. Dennis Moffat, Phil Palmer, Thomas Hardy, Thomas 
Vamev, James Curtis. Second row. Richard Ridge, Don Jensen, Gregory Folsom. Ben Peterson, Kent Horsley, Wesley Hoggan, Reid Han- 
sen, Read Gilgen, Curtis Crandall, Gary Colvin, Roger Housekeeper. Third rove: Gary Longmore, Darrow Richins, Tony Christensen, 
Lvnn Smith, James Tryon, David Sehrader, Wayne Cowley, Alex Smith. David Laws, Paul Larsen, Gerald Gehring, Dick Slorrison. Back 
row. Richard Harper, Richard Priest, Larrv O'Donnald, Chris Toronto. Floyd Hullinger. David Parkinson, Clint Robertson. Richard McMil- 
lan, Roger Rowlev, David Bush, Robert Almond, Richard Eggelston. 



Men's and Women's Choruses 

participated in California tour 

and BYU Fine Arts Festival 



Formerly united as Schola Cantorum, the Men's and Women's Cho- 
ruses were divided into separate groups in 1961. Both groups were 
under the direction of Maughan McMurdie. Each of the two choruses 
made appearances at various Utah high schools during the year. 
Both choruses were part of the 300 singers and 100 instrumentalists 
from BYU who performed for the western meeting of the Music Edu- 
cator's national conference in California. Their trip was concluded 
with a performance in the BYU Fine Arts Festival on April 15, and a 
two-day recording session in the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Men's and 
Women's Choruses also combined for their annual concerts given at 
the beginning and at the end of the school year. 




Maughan McMurdie was the conductor for 
both Men's and Women's Choruses. He had 

also been director for Schola Cantorum 
when these music groups were off ici.illx 
combined. 



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Members of Men's and Women's Choruses de- 
voted manv hours to learning Bach's "Mag- 
nificat'' for their spring tour with the other 
music groups. 




Front row: Anne Morrison, Anita Sorenson, Gail Wade, Tamera Whitesides, Pamela Sharp, Laura Lee Johnson, Jean Player, Suzanne Hess, 
Sharon Thomas, Jeri Strong. Second row: Alzina Higginson, Judy Baggett, Susan Seward, Linda Durfee, Nancy Clawson, Ann Smith, Kaht- 
leen Christensen, Joyce Cox, Lynette Taylor, Ruth Ann Ricks, Cheryl Hunter. Third row: Suzanne Brown, Lana Duncan, Janice Clark, 
Marsha Cerny, Donna Mackay, Gayle Hall, Faye Harper, Pat Shafer, Sheryl Raner, Barbara Robinson, Nancy Alway, Larrene Shannon, Pam 
Crosby. Back row: JoAnne Thompson, Marilyn Dickson, Mary Kay Brady, Connie Steadman, Pam Winkelman, Nancy Hanks, Linda Kruis, 
Kalle Jergensen, Diane Watts, Nancy Ball, Nancy Wilcox, Sandra Lund, Helene Wood. 




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Front row: Kathleen N'ebeker, Catheryn Young, Barbara Hunt, Rondo J 
lowe, Marilyn Bailey. Second row. Ilene Wardle, Kave Pridav, Carol J 
Hayes, Janice Morlev, Kathleen Cundick, Viola West, Annette More 
Melvin Stott, Gary Lundell, Sandra Lamm, Sherlene Hall, Janet Brunso 
Lawrence, Rose Higbee, Kathie Johnson, Jeaneen Merrill, John Colli 
Fourth row. Jim Bevan, Cheryl Schow, Steve Graff, Susanne Moody, J 
Dayley, Lars Yorgason. Fifth row: Carol McNaiiy, Diane Bastian, Lau 
David Thayne, Mar\'in Gay, Jacob Bos, Virginia Orr, Wilson Brown, C 
Kenneth Green. Back row: Joan Porter, Diane Dayley, John Halvorsen. 



effery, Patty Cosseboom, Mary Kav Tavlor, Myra Palmer, Lanea Mar- 
ean Christensen, Howard Christensen, Kathleen Hartkopf, Jeannie 
lv, Anne Pickering. Third row: N'oel Brown, Alice Steed, Linda Jensen, 
n, Loya Vance MacDonald, Lynn Shurtleff, Margaret Vance, Julia 
ns, Melvin Peterson, Janice Merklev, Donna Nelsen, Carolann Lambert, 
ohn Schwendiman. Cheryl Jones, Sharon Hintze, Larry Bastian, Newell 
rel Cook, Darrel Stubbs. Sherry Martin. Sixth row: Rodney Matson, 
arson Sharp, Larry Wright, Carl Hunter, Leann Sbragia, Karen Baird, 



Lawrence Sardoni, affiliated with the music department for years, conducted the orchestra. 




BYU Orchestra 
presented Fall, 
Spring concerts 



Recognized as one of the outstanding 
orchestra's in the West, BYU's Sym- 
phony Orchestra was under the direc- 
tion of Prof. Lawrence Sardoni. The or- 
chestra performed a concert in the fall 
at which time they presented selections 
from "Romeo and Juliet," Beethoven's 
"Symphony No. 1" and a Christmas con- 
certo. 

In the spring they combined with the 
Oratorio Choir to give a performance 
of "Gloria" by Vivaldi. 



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California tour 

beckoned brass 

of Concert Band 



Ralph Laycock returned from a year's 
sabbatical leave to resume his position 
as director of the Concert Band. Carl 
Fuerstner appeared as guest pianist on 
the Concert Band's first program of the 
year. Among the numbers played by the 
band was "Fanfare for Brass Choir" 
which was written and directed by 
Fuerstner. 

Two brass choirs from the Concert 
Band joined other music groups for 
their tour of California where they per- 
formed for the national Music Educa- 
tor's conference. 




Music groups offered students outlets for almost every kind of musical talent. 



Front row. Janet Henderson, Frances Ammons, Nina Walthre, Helen Gardner, Ann Rollins, Susan Woods, Patricia Holladay, Marlene Harston. 
Second row. David Thayne, David Randall, Brenda Crockett, Emil Geddes, Jeanette Clark, Peggy Thayne, Muriel Crofts, Sherry Martin, 
Virginia Orr, Brent Faulkner, John Hardy, Joan Merrill, Shirley Hart. Third row. Sylvia Meyers, Betty Rice, Ed Biggs, Lillis Whipple, Cheri- 
anne Greathouse, Tomie Call, Rod Matson, Nancy White, Lynn Robinson, James Bateman, Bill Day, Jim Engle, John Halvorsen, Joan Porter, 
Robert Frankovich, Diane Dayley, Val Jones, Brent Archibald, Jim Kirkham, Severin Johnson, Cheryl Shafter, Kalle Jergensen. Fourth row. 
Merrill Lofthouse, Wanda Cowart, Raeone Christensen, Laree Bushman, David Christensen, John Dugan, John Roskelley, Bill Nelson, Paul 
Halversen, Newell Dayley, Sherman Smith, Don Mclntyre, Ken Green, Lou Slater, James Alsup, Larry Wright, Wilson Brown, Lee Snell, 
William Morris, William Call, Carson Sharp. Back row. David Hopper, Leann Sbragis, Karen Baird, Carl Hunter, Ralph Laycock, Floyd 
Bird, Marvin Bower, Paul Felt, Steven Hicks, Lars Yorgason. 




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Patterns formed by hep Band 

The Cougar Marching Band of Brigham Young University performed 
at all home football games as well as presenting then formations in 
Kalamazoo, Michigan, when the Cougars played Western Michigan. 
Under the direction of Richard Ballou, the band executed precise 
drill formations during halftimes and in the Homecoming Parade. 
The band hosted Utah County Band Day for all high schools in the 
state at the last Cougar football game of the season. 
For halftime during the NCAA Western Regional Playoffs held in the 
George Albert Smith Fieldhouse, the band played "Collegianna," 
which was a roundup of college school and fight songs. 




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Yvonne Rice, Laree Bushman, Robert 
Beck, Cheryl Beck, Jean Hollingshead, 

Second column: Carson Sharp, Brandt 
Karen Baird, Boh Klomp, LaRee Ricks, 



Majorette: Beverly White 
Drum Major: Paul Felt 

First column: Marilyn Laudie, Jack Campbell. 
Thompson, Neal YVhiteford, Lynn Stone, Mike 
Marjorie Wright, Severin Johnson, Steve Hicks 
Bower, Ken Green, Tomie Call, Newell Davlev, 

Marlene Harston, DeeAnn Young, Marble Banta, Lucille Dick, Dan Hawklev. Third 
column: Bill Morris, Stephen Clark, Nick Randall, Joan Higbee, Bill Nelson, Kay Wilkin- 
son, Brent Leseberg, Miles Post, Sandra Moves, Patricia Michaelson, Susie Woods, Bar- 
bara Aland, Floyd Bird. Fourth column: Janet Gunderson, Kay Christensen, Bruce An- 
derson, Wanda Cowart, Don Mclntyre, John Peterson, Gregory Hanks, Sylvia Meyers, 
Irene Hiatt, Ev Stott, Marilee Dunlap, Clark Moulten, Joan Roylanee. Fifth column: Wil- 
son Brown, Leilani Parrish, Bob Frankovich, Kathy Skousen, Valerie Schoenfield, Colin 
Soto, Steve Wistrand, Karen Christensen, Renee Moniott, Elizabeth Nichols, Ingrid Lilga, 
Larry Armstrong, Marva Abbott. Sixth column: Lynn Robinson, Jack Reed, Joyce Wiser, 
Jeannette Prina, Evan Whipple, Bob Butler, Loma Reed, Patricia Holladav, Betty Bush- 
nell, Kaaren Faulkenham, Sue Leavitt, Alice White. John Mangan. Seventh column: Gil- 
bert Sandberg, Lawrence West, Sandy Towne, Brent Chambers, Joyce Huffaker, Bob Tol- 
lison, Ray Ashby, Sandra Howell, Linda Rainey, Elaine Cortson, Larrv Connelly, Karen 
Moon, Bill Popp. Eighth column: Carla Staffer, Georgia Biddtilph, Carolyn Lewis, Georgie 
Milton, Dave Hildebrandt, David Hopper, Curtis Crandall, Peter McCune, Ann Carrigan, 
Raeone Christensen, Kaye Terry, Carol Bush, Brad Stewart. 

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From row: Larol Harrop, Betsy Sellers, Pam Cannon, Cheri Ashby, Nancy Elliott, LeAnn Monsen, Marilyn McLelland, Cheryl Schrader Barbara 
Tucker Trene Canning, Joyce Udy, Gerald Brown, Barry Straiten, Roy Wharton. David Thomas, Lowell Anderson, Ken Fairbanks Dan Curtis 
jole Mane Packard" Marine Sharon Garvey, Diane Hillard, Sharon Packe, De.ores Marriette Linda Lee Peters, Janet Irene Erek son, Dorrth, 
Cook, Carolyn Purchase. Carol Ann Maxwell, Bobbi Herring, accompanist- Second row: Joan Christensen, KathyS Jones, Janice Tyler^ Karen 
Gimms, JoAnn Course,., Bonnie Bradshaw, Valerie Webster, Judy Kay Smith, Pamela Millet Sue Canrway, Ivan R Beutler Donald Dew, Boyd 
Robertson, Brent R. Laker, David S. Terry, Phillip K. Holdaway, John L. Binns, Steve Bingham, Terrel Kump, Larry M °™^ D £™"™>1^ 
Slaughter. Janice Robinson, Francine Tiebelt, Judy Peyton, Janet Stirland, Nancy Doerfler, D.ano Loue. Third "%^ ^J*™,.^ 
Carol Bingham, Carol Powell, Gay Heatherington, Diana Wesely, Jill Richardson, Kathryn Shumway Da She! Evans Farrell! ar w ,M« ^11 Turn- 
bow, Dusilla Warner. Ann Caraway, Charles W. West, Gary Hunsaker, R.chard Ray Heiser, Harold Painter, Thomas L Jackson Jr Dennis Bench, 
Bertnene Elvin, Marilyn Myers, Rosalie Gardner, Luana Bond, Judy Noble, Ethelann Dickey, Linda Add.ego, Judy Hunt. Fourth ^Connie Pal- 
mer, Linda Stout, Adele Manwar.ng, Jean Bird, Lorene Gibbons, Lu Anne McClellan, Renee McGee Janice Webster Irene Compton Linda 
Hu lam. Sarah Lee Flowers, Junellf Palmer, Louise Lindsey, Elizabeth Ba.rd. Carolyn Maw, Rhea Cordner Eugene M. Hancock, Ron ' £ch«£on. 
Milton C Baker, Larry B. Boulter, Kelly F. Long, David L. Wheeler, Curt.s A. Bohi Suzanne Garrett Jill Clark Joann Egli Char re CottreLL 
Dorothy Johnson, Karen Styler, Lynette Bowers, Linda Eastwood, Carol Nicolaysen, Sandra Eynng Ann Long. Back row: Janett SmUh Fardyn 
Pond, Paula Deschamps, L.anne Pierce, Sherry Everett, Lynne Richardson, Judith Anne Shelton Margaret Bronson, Bo^ta Taylor He idi Le^uxd^ 
Patricia Jackson, Diane Heesch, Anneua Franz, Linda Sue Farrer, Kaye Lynn Ridge, Margene Hall, Patsy Gaffney, Sharon S idling R. Wilmer 
Baker, Gary Deieeuw, Eddie M. Woolley, Daw C. Williams, Howard Cover. Ronald W.ckman, David Herre, Diane Youngb ood Comn .Bruce 
Sharon L. Enos, Judy Montgomery, Leann Sbragia, Nancy Montgomery, Mariel Wilson, Lucy Jo Harwood, Mina Dunn, Phylhs Pope. Directed by 
Kurt Weinzinger. 



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University Chorale participated 
with Y choirs in April LDS meet 

University Chorale, under the direction of Kurt Weinzinger, was the 
largest choral group on campus. Organized to let students who liked to 
sing find expression, University Chorale was the only music group 
which did not require that students audition for admittance in the 
organization. 

The Chorale presented a concert for the school in the spring and in 
the winter, and they combined with BYU Stake choirs to sing in the 
Salt Lake Tabernacle during the LDS Church April Conference. 



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Canema, k=:herine R;. K Pegg Rosanne 1 

1 - oper, Lewis Marchant, Garth Norman, 

•:des. Emeryn Stone, Juhe Ot 
: Marianne Koford. Carol Westover. Ariel By bee. Bar- 

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Eileen Jepsen. Sandra Wayman, Avefua 
unson. Janet Allen. Lynda Mertz, Mary Jane 
Din*. Sharon King, Meh a Lee Allred, Sandia 
Hair Shields, A. John Swensen, Ro« Egbert. 
Cook, Annette Albrechtsen, Iva June Barrett. 
d tow: JoAnna Williams Sue Phair. Diane R- 
torthy Clark. Don Van Xoy, Spencer Johnson. 
B Moffit. Lam Walker, Bruce Kirkham, 



Oratorio Choir blended 150 vocies 
with symphony orchestra groups 



The Oratorio Choir, directed by Dr. John R. Halliday, was organized 
last year. The Choir always performed with a symphony orchestra, and 
this year almost reached it maximum membership of 150 voices which 
meant that there were two voices for each instrument in the average 
sized symphony orchestra. Oratoria presented "Lord Nelson Mass" by 
Hyden with the Utah Valley Symphony. The major activity of the 
Choir, however, was a tour through Nevada and California performing 
"Belshazzar's Feast" by Walton and Bach's "Magnificat in D." 

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Front row. Barbara Graff, Alexandra Avanti, Mary Beth Arbon, Connie Whitehouse, Helen Beaman, Carol Ann Jones, Judy Bachman, 
Frances Williams, Carolyn Jenson. Second row: Marcia Glover, Olivia Fox, Clyda Stevens, Juliet Bernon, Sara Doutbill, Evelyn Croft, Dixie 
Danford, Saundra Richards, Carol White, Charlene Crouch. Back row. Gordon Russell, Judyth Street, Sharon Faye Johnson, Carol Allen, 
Karen Quarnstrom, Dwaine Goodman, Elaine Ralph, Linda Vernon, Joyce Claud, Renee Yerg. 



Rigorous routine 

was required 

to be in Orchesis 



After auditioning and being accepted 
for membership, dancers in Orchesis 
had to follow a rigorous exercise and 
practice schedule to keep in shape for 
the many programs put on by the club. 
Among their numbers were routines to 
"West Side Story" and "Carousel." Or- 
chesis also danced in the BYU Christ- 
mas Show which was televised national- 
ly. They presented their annual dance 
concert and danced as part of the Fine 
Arts Assembly, which was in conjunc- 
tion with the Fine Arts Festival. Social 
activities of the group included an ex- 
change with the University of Utah. 
There were 55 members in Orchesis. 
The club was affiliated with a national 
dance organization. 



Orchesis members moved gracefully across the stage in preparation for their concert 




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Forensics squad 
participated 
in 20 tourneys 

The Brigham Young University Foren- 
sics Association successfully carried its 
school colors through more than 20 de- 
bate tournaments, winning firsts in all 
of them. Coached by Robert Boren and 
Jed Richardson, the squad scored im- 
pressive victories in tournaments from 
California to New York. Back home 
again, the Forensics Association spon- 
sored the first BYU Spring Invitational 
Debate Touranment at which 26 teams 
from the western states competed. 
Ned Ashby and Steve Davis scored key 
wins when they qualified among the 34 
teams selected to attend the National 
Debate Tournament at West Point. 

It was not unusual for members of Forensics to recei\e trophies during the successful \ear 

Front row: Claudia Smith, Colleen Hansen, Connie Clegg, Joan Warner, Beverly Berry, Karen Bradbent, Kay Rogers, Lottie Ledoux, 
Janey Baker. Second row: Steve Grow, Cheryl Sprague, Jay Clegg, Steve Davis, Carolyn Adams, Ingrid Thomson, Man Quinn, Reba 
Keele, Joan Hullinger, Ned Hill, Ed Whittingham, Dave Day, Stan Shaw, Jim DeMoux. Back row: Gary Williams, Robert Boren, Stewart 
Grow, Ned Ashby, Don Pearson, Reed Wamick, Jay Stevens, Jed Richardson, Doug Kinatader, Ron Shook, Jerry Hart, Donald Brown. 
Steve Cannon. 





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Students danced and frolicked on the fieldhouse stage during the presentation of an assembly. 






Polynesian assembly featured music, fun. 

IOC Council: 

Organizations 

formed for fun, 

culture, prestige, 

professionalism 



The IOC executive council included Linda Mason, Tillman Turley, and Nancy Woffinden. 

A college campus is the natural spawning ground for activities. Where- 
ever large groups of people gather with similar or varied interests, 
common interest groups form, and organizations were big on Brigham 
Young University campus. . . and numerous. There was a group for 
every student and at least twenty groups for some students. Some 
people found to their dismay that it was impossible to do everything 
they would have liked to do or were asked to do. Invitations came 
from all quarters, some more tempting than others, but they all wanted 
interest, talent, and the student's time. The Inter-Organizational Coun- 
cil was set up to coordinate the interests and schedules of all campus 
groups through a compulsory registration of the groups and their ac- 
tivities. The council saw the beginning of many new organizations as 
culture and special interest units sprang up to fill the needs of those 
students formerly involved in the social units. 

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Front row: Dr. Dee Barker, Kim Bargeron, Mike Toomey, Lloyd Jones, Stephen Haycock, Vem May, Dr. J. J. Christensen. Second row: 
Emmett Bingham, Lyman Tracy, Robert Clay, Max Staples, Clinton Bennett, Jim Hogan, George Rasmusson, Mike Rogers, Jerold Johnson, 
Dr. B. J. Pope. Back row: Harvy Nielson, Ralph Peterson, Bill Buchanan, Ronald Arnett, Dale Peterson, Terry Bergen, David Scott, John 
Stallings, Lyman Barney, Gene Smith. 




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Engineering men 

studied chemical 

aspects of world 



President 


Lloyd Jones 


Secretary 


Vern May 


Treasurer 


Mike Tooney 


Publicity 


Lyman Tracy 



Bi-weekly technical lectures by practic- 
ing engineers were sponsored by the 
BYU Chemical Engineering Society. 
They took a field trip to southern Cali- 
fornia where they toured several indus- 
trial installations. The group made dis- 
plays for Engineering Week. The out- 
standing chemical engineer of the year 
was announced at the spring honors 
banquet. 

The Y chapter of the American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers helped students prepare 
for careers in some phase of chemistry. 



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Front tow Tames A. Smith, Prof. Arnold Wilson, Prof. D. Allan Firmage, Robert Raymont, Wallace Baker, Byron Parker, R. D. Hawkins. 
Second row: Ralph Goff, Donald K. Henrie, Siragan Simonian, James W. Roberts, E. Alan Pettit, Verlin S. Bradshaw. Back row: Farrokh 
Neghabat, Owen Minnick, Arlin Bloomfield, Bernard Dykhouse, Robert Reese, Les Youd. 



Y Civil Engineers 

required study 

and application 



President 


Wallace Baker 


Vice President 


Byron Parker 


Secretary 


Robert Raymont 


Treasurer 


R. D. Hawkins 


Historian 


Don Henrie 



In order to apply for membership in the 
Brigham Young University Chapter of 
the American Society of Civil Engineers, 
students were required to be at least in 
their third year of civil engineering 
study and have maintained a cumulative 
grade point of 2.00 (C) or better. The 
club sponsored exhibits during Engin- 
eering Week and invited speakers to lec- 
ture. 

There was more involved in this dumptruck 
display than just playing, or so the civil en- 
gineers on campus maintained. 




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Mechanical unit 
hosted lecturer 
Dr. Lief Rongred 



President 


Heinz Horstmeier 


Vice President 


Brent Boyack 


Secretary 


Darrell Walker 


Treasurer 


Bex Shumway 



The BYU Students' Section of the Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers 
sponsored technical lectures during the 
year, including one given by Dr. Leif 
Bongred, celestial mechanics director for 
Bell Com Corp. The club sent winners 
of a technical paper writing contest held 
on campus to the regional conference in 
Salt Lake. For Engineering Week it 
demonstrated vibration isolation and 
heat transfer. 



Part of the mechanical engineer's work in- 
cluded reading gauges and making estimates. 

Front row. Ralph Showalter, Lynn Teuscher, Brent Boyack, Heinz Horstmeier, Darrell Walker, Rex Shumway, Melvin Merrell. Second 
row. Tong Mancheuk, Lynn Rassanon, Mont Stevens, Reid Kearl, Vardell Lines, Robert Brenning, Bruce Kenner, Brent Paul, Chuen Fong. 
Back row. Bruce McMaster, Jerry Miller, Brian Chelius, James Nowell, Dale Carlsen, Elroy Christiansen. 




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Front row Tim Echard Rex James, Dale Whitman, James Westover, Dennis Holdaway. Second row: Quilden Howard, Dee Humpherys, 
Brent Dickson Stanley Bell, Alan Beed, Leon Lowry, Ray Ivie. Third row: Thornton Paxton, Lynn Brough, Terry Gale, David Enckson, 
Phillip Hoskins Delroy Ashby Kenneth Rogers. Fourth row: Paul Yashko, Lynn Herron, Bruce Thomas, Ronald Saunders, Vernon Poulter, 
Dan Merrell, Ruben Longwell. Back row: Suleyman Sir, Mike Stevenson, Tom Schroath, Steven Larsen, David Sampson, Jean-Pierre Swen- 
nen, Ronald Barwide. 

Y Electrical Engineers proved professionalism 



President 
Vice President 
Vice President 
Secretary 

Treasurer 



Dale Whitman 

James Westover 

Rex James 

Dennis Holdaway 

Jim Echard 

Dee Humpherys 



Electrical Engineers organized the YEE 
society to further a more professional 
attitude among EE majors. Membership 
in the club included nearly all third, 
fourth and fifth year electrical engineer- 
ing majors. The organization held tech- 
nical programs every other week during 
the year. They sponsored a student tech- 
nical paper contest and made displays 
for engineering week. Among the social 
events held by the engineers were a 
pizza party and an ice cream party. 
Wives of electrical engineers organized 
their own club which met monthly and 
combined with YEE for social functions. 

Electrical engineers mastered maizes of wires. 




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Front row: David Buss, J. J. Jonsson, J. C. Clegg, C. W. Simmondo, Darrel J. Monson, Gayle Miner, Norton Chaston. Second row: 
Clinton Lingren, Carl Mitchell, Theo Powell, Larry Allen, Derrell Foote, Ariel Christensen, Joe Stoddard, Fred Myler, Richard W. Powell. 
Third row: Merlin Hansen, James Dunkley, Robert Hart, Robert Green, Albert Snow, Len Pugh, John Mogan, Phillip Marsh, Larry Strat- 
ford. Fourth row: Ron Thurman, Robert Davis, Douglas Young, Jim Tolley, Ben Fietkau, Thomas Tate, Fred Hills, Syed Raza Shah, 
Donald Jarvis, Shurl Neilson, Orion Wood. Back row: Richard Young, James Irvine, Todd Andersen, Robert Candland, Ronald Van 
Leuven, Dale Olsen, Richard Edman, George Hone, Kent Beus, Stephen Clark. 



Engineers and their families met often to socialize and relax from the tedium of studies. 




165 




Front row: Clyde Peterson, Homer Cook, Ben Fietkau, Phillip Marsh, John Morgan. Back tow: Max Staples, Kim Bargeron, Mont Stevens, 
Brent Boyack, Donald Henrie, James Westover, Wallace Baker. 

Y Joint Engineering Council ^RB^g 
was correlator of engineering « 
societies on the campus 

The Joint Engineering Council correlated activities of mechanical, 
civil, chemical and electrical engineering departments. The Council 
sponsored Engineering Week, assisting the departments with their dis- 
plays and publicity. For the first time in the Council's history, it spon- 
sored a series of engineering lectures, and it published the engineering 
magazine, the Y-Vector. 

The Y- Vector was first printed during part of last year and this year 
was its first complete year of publication. The magazine was financed 
through advertising revenue and subscriptions sold to students and 
BYU engineering alumni. 

The only social event sponsored by the Council was the annual spring 
picnic. This picnic offered engineers an opportunity to demonstrate 
their athletic abilities after a year of continuous mental strain. Basket- 
ball, softball and volleyball contests were held and a trophy was 
awarded to the department that won the most contests. 




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All prospective engineers, regardless of whether they were in mechanical, civil, chemical or electrical areas, spent hours in the classroom 




But they also experienced the sense of achievement that comes from the practical appli- 
cation of fundamental principles in solving problems. 

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IB: Prof. Allen Firmage, Prof. Cliff Barton, Prof. Darrel Monson, Prof. Dee Barker, Prof. John Cannon. Second row: Robert Clay, 
ird Heinz Horstmeier, Dee Humphervs, Ken Chase, Dale Whitman, Ken Rogers: Back row: Vern May, Lloyd Jones, Barton 



Front row: 

Jim Echard, Heinz Horstmeier, Dee Humphe 

Dahneke, Donald Hill, Kent Beus, Ron Daunders, Jean-Pierre Swennen, Wallace Baker. 



Beta Lambda Mu 

promoted efforts 

of scholarship 



President 


Dee Humphervs 


Vice President 


Heinz Horstmeier 


Secretary 


Thornton Paxton 


Treasurer 


Robert Clay 



Beta Lambda Mu was an engineering 
honor society organized to promote 
scholarship and professionalism among 
the engineering departments and stu- 
dents. Currently only a BYU organiza- 
tion, Beta Lambda Mu members de- 
voted much of their attention to pre- 
paration of a petition to Tau Beta Pi, a 
national engineering society. 



Engineers had to excel in both classroom and 
laboratory to qualify for membership in Beta 
Lambda Mu. 




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"■lus mor Design, drafting 
, was represented 
by AIDD group 



President 


Clead Karren 


Vice President 


Rick Webber 


Secretary 


Pamela Morley 


Treasurer 


Niel Jensen 



In its second year on campus was the 
student chapter of the American Insti- 
tute for Design and Drafting (AIDD). 
AIDD was founded to improve com- 
munications in these two engineering 
fields. The student chapter maintained 
a permanent display in the Snell Indus- 
trial Arts Building. The 50 members of 
the club met twice a month at which 
time guest speakers were invited. 
Among these was a representative from 
Keuffel and Esser. 



Officers of AIDD included Niel Jensen, treas- 
urer; Rick Webber, vice president; Clead Kar- 
ren, president; Pamela Morley, secretary, and 
Wilford Tolman, adviser. 



Front row: Clead Karren, Wilford Tolman, Pamela Morley, Max Jensen, Lee Howard, Randy Smith. Back row: Allen Sessions, Eldon 
Frampton, Paul Timothy, Dallas Solum, LaVell Russon, Wayne DeMill, Niel Jensen, Don Horrocks, Gerald Berk. 




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Air Science men 
learned strategy, 
conditioning in 

planned training 



Unlike other universities where the ROTC was represented by more 
than one military branch of the armed forces, the BYU campus was 
used to the blue uniforms of the AFROTC. Besides the busy officer 
training curriculum offered by the department, ROTC cadets posted 
and retired the colors every day in the new quad. They also pre- 
sented the colors at all basketball games. Through the coed Angel 
Flight unit and Arnold Air Society, the AFROTC sponsored the 
annual blood drive on campus in the spring. Cadets and Angels 
toured various air bases during the year in addition to sponsoring 
the annual military ball which included crowning a trio of royalty. 

Atack, Rodney 
Butler, Robert 
Cafferty, Tim 
Dorius, David 




Hopper, John 
Lyon, Calvert 
Merrill, Kenneth 
Merrill, Richard 



Moss, James 
Perkins, Franklin 
Scroggs, Robert 
Shupe, Larry 



Snow, William 
Tanner, Robert 
Weber, Robert 
Workman, Lee 



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AFROTC cadets in the drill team without arms became used to the regularly scheduled inspections on the parking lot west of practice fields. 
Angel Flight coeds gave reassuring words to blood donors in spring. "TVBC" was the prehistoric theme of AFROTC sponsored assembly. 




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Candidates for graduation from the 
School of Nursing either in May or 
August had completed a rigorous four 
year course including one of two sum- 
mer terms while maintaining at least a 
2.00 or C cumulative grade point aver- 
age. Seniors graduated with a Bachelor 
of Science degree and eligibility to be 
registered nurses. 



Senior nurses received detailed instruction from 
professional nurses and doctors during their 
extensive training while in the school and they 
had many opportunities for practicing the new 
techniques as they learned them. 



Senior Nurses studied in Salt Lake City 




Anderson, Laraine 
Bailey, Trudy Ann 
Beal, Grace Ann 
Beck, Barbara 
Brown, Lana 



Callaway, Lorraine 
Cox, Patricia Gail 
Fontano, Judy Ellen 
Goff, Julia Darlene 
Lawrence, Judith Ann 



Lindberg, Paula Gay 
Lund, Mary Lou 
Nowell, Julianne 
Nuttall, Gladys Joanne 
McPherron, Marcia 



Olpin, June 

Peterson, Betty June 

Picks, Bonnie 

Pratt, Elena Melva Rainey 

Pose, Jacquelyn Housemother 



Searle, Evelyn 
Slaugh, Nancy Lynn 
Talbot, Karen 
Winterton, Marilyn 
Westphal, Joyce 




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Front row: Margie Edmonds, Cathy Rae Jones, Jeannie Widdison, Joy Hibbert, Cheryl Sprague, Pan) Shriver. Second row: Linda Hol- 
brook, Hanaye Iwassa, Marlene Monson, Laurel Riggs, Paula Carlston, Bonnie Moore, Pamela Spohr, Nola Zaugg. Back row: Rex Scott, 
Phil Hancock, H. Lynn Belnap, Georginne Farr, Lynette Herlin, David Williams, Gary Magnuson, Dr. Alonzo J. Morley. 




Sigma Alpha Eta 
devoted time 
to handicapped 



President 


H. Lynn Belnap 


Vice President 


David K. Williams 


Secretary 


Paula Carlston 




Jeannie Widdison 


Treasurer 


Phil Hancock 



Looking forward to a new speech and 
hearing clinic which was planned as a 
part of the fine arts building were mem- 
bers of Sigma Alpha Eta, national pro- 
fessional society for students in speech 
and hearing rehabilitation. Members 
undertook a number of clinical exer- 
cises such as a speech and hearing clinic. 
They also had several social events 
during the year. 



Sigma Alpha Eta members worked with child- 
ren in the Speech and Hearing Clinic. 



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Front row Gail Wade Jeri Strong, David Jacobs, Helen Beamen, Lynda DeRowen, Harold I. Hansen, Blaine Quarnstrom, Karl Pope, 
Marielen Wadley, Sharon Higbee, Janet Hofheins. Back row: John Kraczek, Mel Gish, Corinne Pearce, Sylvia Butler, Ivan Crosland, Andre 
Mostert, Milton Sharp, Cliff Cabanilla, Neal Barth, Bob Nelson, Dale Stirling, Fred Stout.. 




I Theta Alpha Phi 
dramatized art 
of play acting 



President 


Blaine Quarnstrom 


Vice President 


Karl Pope 


Secretary 


Helen Beaman 


Historian 


Sylvia Butler 



Theta Alpha Phi, organized through the 
BYU College of Fine Arts, was a nation- 
al honorary created to promote the 
theater arts. Members were selected ac- 
cording to their technical or performing 
participation in university theater pro- 
ductions. Working in cooperation with 
the drama department, the group help- 
ed sponsor the state speech and drama 
festival. In addition to their theatrical 
endeavors, they held social activities. 

Theta Alphi Phi members joined together in 
their Stansilawski sweatshirts at a part) which 
was quite different in nature than their usually 
serious roles On the J.S. Auditorium stage. 



Businessmen 
banded together 
in SAM society 



The Society for the Advancement of 
Management, a national professional 
business management fraternity, has 
been active on campus for three years. 
Formerly known as the Business Man- 
agement Association, its purpose was to 
promote the standards of professional 
management. The club sponsored an 
Executive Lecture Series and a manage- 
ment workshop. 



S.A.M. members became acquainted with 
phases of business as they learned about their 
profession. 

Blaine Lee, George Jedenoff, General Super- 
intendent of Geneva Steel, and Dean Weldon 
J. Taylor participated in SAM activities. 




Front row. John Jex, Roy Edwards, Mitchel Burns, Mansfield Jennings, Hal Rigby. Back row: Robert Church, Kay Pitcher, Ted Draper. 




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Fridav assemblies carried students from exotic lands like this Siamese sultanate to familiar places like Dogpatch as clubs shared talents. 

Afio Mai Club members participated in the annual Polynesian assembly and 
A Til"* IV/fl 'l | nil^hf^fl snow presented in March. They also worked hard to acquaint fellow students 
\f with the traditions of the South Sea Islands. 

XSJLmJL XCX CU-ALUJ/Cj Front row: Arleita Lee, Kenneth Lemmon, Ati So'o, Lottie Ledoux, Patricia Peterson. 

Back row. Tracy Wilson, Michael Ross, Tauivi M. Tuinei, Karen Shell, Bonnie Jacobsen, 
Linon Opat, Linda Chase, Ofati Malepeai, Jim Reams, Vii Pita. 




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Arizona students 
stomped to fame 

Alpine members 
gave rescue help 



Front row: Charles Shumway, Carol Jean Rogers, Laree Bushman, Ruth Toronto, Kendall 
Johnson. Second row: Charlotte Freestone, Karen Christensen, Leonda Lines, Loydene 
Bigelow, Mailyn Cochen, Joan Gardner, Flora Decker, Carol Carter, Jackie Freestone. 
Third row: Linda Willis, Margery Wright, Marlene Merrill, Karen Bowers, Valerie Sly, 
Margaret McEuen, David Hansen, Pete Jensen, Margaret Cousins, Shirley Roton, Joan 
Jolley, Myrtle Shumway. Fourth row: Beverly Julian, Marge Almond, Bill Hammons, 
Elaine McCoy, Arthur Slaughter, Del Hammons, Rich Patterson, Durtis Bohi, David 
Flake, Kathy DeWitt, Barbara Ballard. Fifth row: Judy Willis, John Power, Greg Betrhel- 
son, Keith Clawson, Elmo Bond, Jim Rawls, Paul Harris, Roger Lewis. Back row: Judie 
Halter, Pierre Schulz, Leon Fuller, Donnell Blackham, Craig Hansen, Cecil Perkins, John 
White, Robert Anderson, Max Lunt. 

Front row: Craig Brown, Ed Dittmar, Carol Scott, Irene Allen, Doug Calder, Bob Tanner. 
Second row: Al Brisk, Arlene Gernet, Jean Hanks, Ann Collins, Linda Bell, Elaine Larsen, 
Dick Seiger. Third row: Craig Young, Jon Hansen, Jim Baker, Dave Timberlake, Mark 
Christensen, Noel Tanner. Back row: Rick Ashmore, Al Sampson, Rin Steinle, Bob Rey, 
Clarence Ching, Dan Watts, Mike Vogel. 




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Lee Radebaugh, President 



Archon studied to achieve 



Completing its third year of service to BYU, Archon Honor Fraternity 
endeavored to stimulate leadership and scholarship among its mem- 
bers as well as to initiate service projects for the benefit of the school. 
Archon participated in the Blood Drive, Winter Carnival, Y Day and 
the Tutoring Service. Outstanding members included studentbody 
senators, committee chairmen and freshmen and sophomore class 
presidents. Membership turnover was high since many left on missions. 




Ashby, Ned 
Bartholomew, Dan 
Christensen, Don 
Clark, Virgil 
Clay, Neil 



Davis, Steve 
Dredge, Paul 
Ferguson, Tom 
Fred, Lee Stout 
Funk, Ronald 



Gardner, Brent 
Grant, Merwin 
Grow, Stephen 
Grow, Stewart 
Hansen, Gary 



Harmer, Dick 
Humble, Val 
Jackson, Thomas 
Jensen, John 
Kaeshaw, Curt 



Isaksen, Dallas 
MacDonald, Jerry 
Nelson, Dennis 
Nielsen, Wade 
Perkins, Kurt 



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Phillips, John 

Popp, William 

Pulley, Bryant 

Schoomaker, Robert 

Thomas, Bill 



Thomas, David 

Ward, Raymond 

Weymouth, John 

Wilkinson, Douglas 




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Coach Glen C. Tuckett was invited to an Archon meeting to speak to the group about football. 





President 

Lee Radebaugh 

Vice President 
Bryant Pulley 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Wade Nielsen 

Historian 
Robert Moss 

Social Chairman 
Jerry MacDonald 



Displaying- their musical tal- 
ents, Archon entered Song- 
fest. 




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Alpha Lambda Delta provoked coed scholarship 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 
Social Chairman 



Anne Madsen 

Sherlene Hall 

Karen Lynn 

Anne Farnsworth 

Karen Broadbent 

Kathy Lewis 



Front row: Lyn Enger, Kathryn Lewis, Karen Lynn, Carolyn White, Anne Madsen, Sher- 
lene Hall, Karen Broadbent, Anne Farnsworth, Claudia Bush. Second row: Karen Jensen, 
Dixie Henderson, Clyda Stevens, Shirley Paetsch, Linda Green, Judy Spencer, Trudy 
Thomas, Marlene Fish, Carole Westover. Back row: Carol Ford, Maggie Price, Elizabeth 
Merrill, Kathryn Shumway, Mary Parkinson, Pamela Robinson, Judith Ann Mortensen, 
Ginger Erekson. 

Front row: Juliet Vernon, Reitha Collier, Maryann Olsen, Judy Fetzer, Julie Polly, Pamela 
Millet, Ingrid Thomson, Judy Walkenhorst. Back row: Shirleen Doney, Grace Mane 
Smithi JoAnn Harris, Marianne Price, Norda Gardner, Lenore Parker, Ruth Bramall, Eve 
Evans, Ruth Lynne Cannon, Eleanor Bentley. 




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Outstanding AFROTC cadets were in- 
vited to join the Jesse E. Stay Squadron 
of the Arnold Air Society. The Society 
held parties and exchanges in addition to 
sponsoring a cadet rifle drill team, and 
guest speakers from the Air Force. 



The Arnold Air Society helped sponsor the 
Military Ball with the Angel Flight coeds. 
Probably the most amiable tradition connected 
with the dance was the crowing of a Ball 
queen and two attendants. The trio selected 
this year included Barbara Bastian, first at- 
tendant, Nancy Wilcox, queen, and Kay Whit- 
ney, second attendant. 




Arnold Air men maintained military discipline 



Allen, Robert 

Atkinson, David 

Bingham, Emmet 

Buckner, Dean 



Butler, Robert __ 



Condie, Ronald 

Creasy, Eddie 

Edmunds, Clifford 

Eppich, David 

Goddard, David 



Houghdon, Robert 

Laudie, Arthur 

Moss, James 

Shupe, Larry 

Smith, Eugene 



Snow, Bill 

Starr, Richard 

Tollison, Robert 

Walker, Gerald 

White, Boyd 



Willden, Arvid 
Wright, Max 




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Sharon Delaney, 
Commandant 



Angel Flight coeds served school 

In 1952 Sponsors Corps was officially recognized as a student service 
unit. Women affiliated with the campus AFROTC were accepted as 
an active branch of the National Angel Flight Organization in March 
1961. Their activities included sponsoring the Blood Drive, an Easter 
Egg hunt, a dinner dance, an assembly, firesides, drill competitions 
and co-sponsoring the Military Ball with the Arnold Air Society. 




Blake, Kathleen 
Burrup, Dixie 
Call, Nora 
Cardall, Jo Ellen 
Clarke, Narcia 



Crosby, Pamela 
Curtis, Bonnie 
Dick, Shirley 
Downey, Karen 
Forbis, Nancy 



From, Kathy 
Green, Kay 
Griffiths, Lynne 
Hadley, Nora 
Hatch, Vicky Ann 



Hayashi, Gail 
Holbrook, Susan 
Hughes, Beverly 
Johnson, Elizabeth 
Johnson, Sharon 



Jones, Carole 
McPherron, Diane 
Miller, Judy 
Minard, Darlene 
Morgan, Mary 



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Nibley, Sue 

Nielsen, Winifred 

Nyman, Nancy 

Packer, Pamela 

Romney, Pam 






Sanders, Sylvia 

Sant, Kathleen 

Scholes, Jane 

Smith, Sandra 

Spencer, Judith 



Spiro, Shari 



Taylor, Barbara 
Taylor, Mary 
Warner, Jacqi 

Waters, Nancy 



Whitney, Kay 

Wilcox, Nancy 

Woolwine, Mary 

Yeates, Carolyn 




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Angel Flight events were climaxed by the Military Ball where a trio of coeds was chosen to reign 






Commandant 
Sharon Delaney 

Executive Officer 
Nora Hadley 



Operations Officer 
Jo Ellen Cardall 



Adminstrative Officer 
Nancy Nyman 



Drill Team Commander 
Sandra Smith 



Materiel Officer 
Shirley Dick 







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Canadian Club 
upheld tradition 



Front row: Merlin Olsen, Jeraldine McNaughton, Elsie Perrett, Roy Strong, Karen Mur- 
doch Miriam Matkin, Jean Steele, Jane Hicken, Sharon Lynne Pratt, Priscilla Hall. 
Second row: Sharon Smith, Melanie Stanko, Bonnie Pilling, Doris Gronford, Beverly 
Huffman, Myrna Webster, Ruth Romeril, Karin Kyle, Barbara Lacey, LaeVon Skeem, 
Beth Conrad Carolyn Conrad. Third row: Marvin Livingston, Bill Hills, Graham Strong 
Ron Jarrett F. Bud Tolman, Gary Wiley, Emery Baldry, Roy LeBaron, Ray Pratt, Alf 
Pratte. Back row: Clair Shields, Harlan Cahoon, Tim Cranfield, Gordon Smith, Noel 
Pilling, Randall Spackman, Keith Jensen, Alex Brice, Donald Gregson, Wayne Romeril. 



Students from Caribou County, Idaho, banned together for social and spiritual 

activities to supplement their studies in school. 

Fronf row: Beverly Christensen, Cheryl Hubbard, Carol Hubbard, Eugene Lloyd, Helen 
Olsen. Second row: Julia Harris, Judy Allen, Gaylo^i Hopkins, Loreen Maughan, Dianne 
Dredge, Sheila Allsop. Back row: Robert Redford, Robert Petereit, Dan Lau, Ron Condie, 
Chris Yost, Dale Michelson. 



Caribou County 
Representatives 




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Confederates 



Confederate Club members provided the move to keep the spirit of the south 

alive on campus. 

~ g^ 1 Front row: Barbara Bailey, Juanita Lundberg, Nancy Gail Brown, Susan Jacobsen, Joan Gardner, 

\\Tf*f*f* TfYf* ^/YITf"h Loahnna Thornhill. Back row. Elizabeth Player, Farrell Barlow, Les Waltman, Coley Boone, 
Wtlt J-VJl kJUULll Bruce Anderson, Ken Wilks, Ronnie O. Kirkland, Nancy Draughn. 



The University Chess Club was organized this year on campus for the first 
time. Purposes of the club were to initiate intercollegiate meets with the 
University of Utah and other interested schools. Nearly 90 students showed 
an interest in chess club activities which were spearheaded by Richard Daly. 
Members found their club activities very vital to their intellectual dexterity 
and clarity. 



Y Chess Club 
entered tourneys 







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City Coeds: 
off campus team 



The City Coeds organization coordinated activities among off campus coeds. 
Social, athletic, and culture events enticed geographically divided groups into 
participation on campus. Linda Babb acted as president, Ginger Portie as 
vice president, and Rosann Linford was secretary. 

Front row: Nancy Wahl, Rosann Linford, Linda Babb, Ginger Portie, Sharon Burns. Back 
row: Janice Lewis, Deanne Thompson, Carolyn Adams, Victoria Montgomery, Judy Han- 
sen, Eleanor Roat, Judy Lloyd, Lynda Peterson. 



con- 



Newly organized, Destiny Unlimited proposed to create enthusiasm 
cerning the destiny of the university among students and alumni alike in 
order to facilitate the rapid growth of the Destiny Fund. Rulon Huntsman 
was chairman with Karen Edwards and Stephen Christiansen as secretary 
and treasurer respectively. 

Left to right: Karen Edwards, Rex Wood, Stephen Christiansen, Dan Bales, Rulon Hunts- 
man, Ronald Julian, Bob Thompson, Leif Walker, Gary Kolman. 



Destiny 
Unlimited 




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Front rotu: Jim MacDonald, Evan Arthur, Jeff Scott, Richard Zimmerman, Bart Bean, Keith Hanlin, Richard Meyers, Jim Barry, Jerry 
Mallory. Second row. Dennis Nelson, Richard Taylor, David Russon, Rodney Allen, Larry Hardin, Bob Alexander, Bruce Holley, Terry 
Cressman, Quentin Heiner. Back row. Tony McCaslme, Ted Ragsdale, Gene Merts, Steve Clark, Roger Anderson, Dan Bingham, Lloyd 
Clifton. 




Brawlers added 
impetus to pep 



Head Brawler Bart Bean 

Junior Brawler Bichard Zimmerman 
Keeper of Bones Keith Hanlin 

Keeper of Becords Bichard Myers 

Cage Battler Lewis Clifton 



The Brigham Brawlers were organized 
for the first time this year to help imple- 
ment a greater spirit at athletic contests. 
Yells of "Bo Bo" and Alle ve vo" re- 
sounded through the crowds whenever 
the Brawlers were present. White caps, 
blue sweat shirts, white jeans, and ten- 
nis shoes were the official costume when 
they appeared to support the Cougars. 



The Brawlers joined with the other pep organ- 
izations to present the final halftime show dur- 
ing the basketball season. 



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Blue Key maintained scholarship 

The Blue Key National Honor Fraternity continued its drive to set 
high standards in scholarship and service among junior and senior 
men. The Blue Keys published the BY and U pamphlet for incoming 
freshmen and the studentbody activity calendar. They handled the 
distribution of basketball and football tickets. They also supported 
affiliated underclassmen in the Archon Society, which they organized. 



John Riding, President 



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Barnes, James 
Bradford, Dallas 
Buckwalter, Ross 
Christensen, Anthony 
Clark, Richard 




Eliason, Clair 
Gardner, Henry 
Horstmeier, Heinz 
Johnson, Richard 
Judd, Ronald 



Klemm, David 
Lambert, Eugene 
Lee, Robert 
Lines, Farrel 
Mitchell. William 



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I Morris, Ross 
Morrison, Douglas 
Paul,K-Lynn 
Wck^c^ Pettit, Allan 

Poulson, Lynn 



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Rawlens, Lans 
Robinson, Ronald 
Stratford, Larry 
Swennen, Jean-Pierre 
Thompson, Gordon 



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President 
John Riding 

Vice President 
Ron Robison 

Secretary -Treasurer 
Farrell Lines 



Orion Wood 




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After football victories the peal of the Y bell filled the stadium which was soon to be replaced. 
Blue Keys spearheaded many campus projects including the drive to house the V bell in its present tower. 




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President 


Linda Mason 


Vice President 


Sally Hale 


Treasurer 


Nancy Nielson 


Secretary 


Lil Robinson 



Newly formed culture unit, Chi Triellas, 
particpated in Songfest and Y Day ac- 
tivities. They had a fashion show, cul- 
ture evenings, a western breakfast, a 
Christmas program and a spring formal 
themed "Grecian Holiday." 



Members of the Chi Triellus culture organization 
attended meetings regularly every week. 



Chi Triellus culture unit had "Grecian Holiday" 




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Allred, Mary 
Beers, Karen 
Berry, Rosalee 
Blower, Gail 
Cusick, Sharon 



Crofts, Shirley 
Cutler, Shirley 
Doyle, Kerry 
Felts, Mady 
Hale, Sally 



Hansen, Phyllis 
Hoyt, Shirlyn 
Jones, Pat 
Klomp, Mary Lee 
MacDonald, Toni 



McFarland, Bobbi 
Mills, Sherry 
Monson, Marlene 
Neilson, Nancy 
Randall, Martha 



Rasmussen, Judi 
Robinson, Lilian 
Wamick, Judy 
Webber, Shannon 



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Fencing Club 
promoted art 



The art of fencing was generated on campus by various students who joined 

together to organize the Fencing Club. Under the direction of President 

Larry McDowell, club members had a successful year of instruction and 

activity. He was assisted by Marc Olsen, vice president, and Frank Van Val- 

kenburgh, secretary. 

Front row: Eris Foster, Marc Olsen, David Dills, Larry McDowell, Frank Van Valken- 
burgh. Back row: Suzanne Bateman, Elissa McChesney, Ingrid Lillga, Sue Scott, Carol 
Allen, Karen Brunea. 



The BYU Folk Music Club was organized on campus for the first rime this 
year. They sponsored several local folk singers on campus in their meet- 
ings, in addition to bringing several prominent singers from Salt Lake City. 

Front row: Rose Weidenheimer, Susanne Moody, Bruce Jorgensen, Kristin Kaye Jensen. 
Back row: John David Wright, Doug Elmore, John Fowler, Joe Naylor, Robin Davis, 
Audy Teglassy, Harv Ellingson. 



Folkmusic Club 
sang for culture 




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Connie Cloward, President 



Marching Cougarettes drilled 

Composed primarily of freshmen and sophomore women, Cougarettes 
was a precision drill team which performed during football and basket- 
ball half times. One of their most popular routines was to the song, 
"Midnight in Moscow." The Cougarettes traveled to Arizona to per- 
form at both the Arizona and Arizona State basketball games. They 
completed their season with a performance at the NCAA Western 
Regional Basketball play-offs held in George Albert Smith Fieldhouse. 




Allred, Mary 
Arnold, Nancy 
Barrett, Linda 
Bird, Mary Jane 
Blauer, Gail 



Bonnett, Janice 
Brown, Bonnie 
Conkling, Candy 
Crawley, Cheryl 
Crnkovic, Elin 



Cunz, Betty 
Furner, Carolyn 
Firmage, Jeri 
Green, Judy 
Inouye, Donna 



Jacobsen, Sandra 
I Johnson, Colleen 
j Kennard, Marci 
Lamb, Myrna 
Layton, Judy 



i Lindberg, Alana 
McPhie, Sheryl 
Miller, Susan 
Nielsen, Marjorie 
Perry, Carol 



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Rosado, Dana 

Rose, Carol 

Schow, Jean 

Servoss, Darelyn | £ ~ ^ 

Skinner, Eileen 




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Stick, Susanne 

Symons, Retty 

Taylor, Nancy 

Thomas, Carolyn 

Van Wagenen, Vicki 






Walker, Margot 
Walker, Valerie 




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The 32 regular members of the drill team were selected for their poise, personality and marching ability. 



President 
Connie Cloward 

Commandant 
Leslie Clark 

Secretary 
Retty Symons 

Treasurer 
Carole Perry 



Leslie Clark, Commandant 





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^•^ |i> o y^-y| Returned missionaries and students from the Gulf States Mission organized 

Gulf States Club 



promoted culture 



to further friendships, culture, and fun from that part of the nation at BYU. 

Front row: Louise Walker, Charlotte Berry, Clarence Johnson, Darwin Poulsen, Valerie 
Sly. Back row: Brenda Welch, Loahanna Thomhill, Eugene Coleman, Doug Morrison, 
Jack Anderson, Paul Jevvett, Dorothy Berry, Diane Greene. 



Front row: Lolita Linge, Diane Lloyd, Lani Gilbreath, Barbara Simms, Sam Young, John 
Aki, Kay Smith, Sherron Watkins, Veronica Tong, Soonie Lee. Second row: Kaylene Bur- 
rell,' Eugene Banks, Carol Kaulukukui, Philip Hewlen, Sherrie Thygurson, San Kahele, 
Sunnette Gay, Allen Bergesen, Jean Pauk, Danny Sears, Deana Arave. Back row: Raphael 
Morriw, Helene Visick, Vii Rita, Valerie Beck, Melvin Kalama, Linda Jones, Theron 
Manning, Annette Atkinson, Solmon Keawekane, Donna Sass, Robert Tong, Reha Andrus, 
Rue Nielson. These Hawaiian Club members presented island color on campus. 



Island students 
hulaed, luaued 




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New Englanders 
Increased spirit 



The most eastern part of the nation was represented by students who active- 
ly participated in the social and cultural functions of the New England Club. 

Front row: Doris Heselton, Haws Marble, Shem Idiculla, Karl Nicholson, Mark Nelson, 
Marcia Guild, Rozanne Edwards, Susan Coswell. Back row: Carolyn Purchase, Jane 
Messenger, Marilyn McGrath, Bruce Nicholson, Bob Adams, Charlie Sharps. 



Front row: Faramarz Sami, Veda Jauadi, Akbar "Sia" Nourmanesh, Mehdi Ghazaneari, 
John Tahbaz, Lynne Marston, Ingrid Lilga, Fariedeh Bchzadi, Bahman Behzadi. Second 
row: Davoud Honarphah, Dian Campbell, Tonya Raum, Eileen Massey, Nelda Hitch- 
cock, Barbara Ray, Parichehr Salim, Massoud Salim, M. E. Idiculla. Buck row: Zisouzau 
Amir Ebrahimi, Firouzan Amir Ebrahimi, Mohsen Rahimsalehi, Ali-M-Ellini, Parviz 
Ahmadi, Hassan Azimzadeh, Arjang Amirsoleimani, Farrollh Nughabat, Roza Chaffari, 
Siavash Nadjmabadi, Ali Khadje Nassiri. 



Y Iranian Club 
won in volleyball 




Y Folkdancers 

were colorful 

aspect of campus 



President 

Vice President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Director and Adviser 



Gary Hopkinson 

Lowell Glenn 

Roy Griffiths 

Connie Clark 

Mary B. Jensen 



Affiliated with the department of recre- 
ation, International Folk Dancers pre- 
sented numerous programs both here 
and on tour featuring the color, costumes 
and steps of other lands. This year they 
danced their way through several Utah 
high schools, California and Arizona. 




Exhibiting strength and coordination, Folk 

Dancers performed rigorous Russian dances. SBses^SaliPMHE^S 

Front row: Marilyn Poll, Carol Allen, Isabel Barlow, Margaret Lang, Connie Clark, Judy Bishop Vickie Webster, Christine Madsen, Sue 

Ongman. Second row: Dee Lalliss, Jim Gross, Harvey Longhurst, Roy Griffiths, Steve Gillespie, Pat Hayes Bill Sheffield, Jim Lemon, 

Leon Maxwell. Third row: Pat Lee, Kay Rogers, Alice McBeth, Shannon Snyder, Liz Enke, Anadeane Kiser, Joyce Claud Annette Brown, 

Marilyn Margetts, Pat Gray. Back row: Russell Muir, Mets Lerwill, Jim Tryon, Bruce Cook, Larry Lofthouse, Frank Van Valkenburgh, 

Dave Noyes, Russell Spencer, Richard Barrel, Charles West. 




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Front row: Carol Christensen, DeAnna Stucki, Helene Lysy, Yvonne Murray, Judy Lloyd, Julie Corbett, Susanne Hinson. Second row: 
Richard Boivie, Ernest Keller, Eugene Lysy, Thomas Hardy, Lowell Glenn, Bob Stevens, Gary Knight. Third row: Linda Smith, Mary 
B. Jensen, Linda Vernon, Linda Lacey, Charlotte Freestone, Lorrie Nicholes, LeAnn Vawdrey, Sharel Anderson. Back row. Gary Hopkin- 
son, Don Jensen, Bob Smith, Richard Hoover, Barry Nielson, Dwaine Goodwin, Robert Uzelac, Bill Smith. 



Front row. Sue Thorstensen, Sue Tenny, Sandra Hinson, Jeanette Russell, Nola Atkinson, Sara Douthitt, Marilyn Miller, Shawna Roberts, 
Shelley Beckstrand. Second row: Mike Phillips, Acell Bown, Terry Clippinger, Steve McDonald, Terral Robinson, Evan Stoddard, Phillip 
Wooly, Brent Reynolds, Dale Beckstrand. Third row: Verla Rohner, Jeanette Chandler, Jill Washburn, Kathy Pettit, Carol Kindred Lyn 
Enger, Margaret Vance, Francis Williams, Ann Christopherson, Linda Lyon, Valerie Webster. Back row: Harry Gillespie, Bruce Wilmoth, 
Steve Cullimore, Richard Christensen, Jerry Smith, Jon Atherton, Carl Larson, Ron Behunin, Larry Oliver, Jim Ford, Ken Mitchell. 




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Front row: Joan Allen, Tony Taylor, Linda Jeppsen, Barney Wihongi, Hugh Branson, 
Samuel Young, Donald Horrocks. Second row: Debray Piatt, Kaylene Burrell, Munwai 
Steed Conda Weight, Linda Dudley, Mardonne Jones, Sylvia Johnson, Nedra Lewis, 
Julie Greding, Norean Erickson. Back row: Henere Richmond, Willard Lewis, Tuu Tee- 
mant, Larry Little, Bruce Higley, Aydon Lemmon, Joye Williams, Tamera Hacking, 
Weld'a Lendt, Luauna Teel, Clipper Watene. 



Y Kia Ora Club 
chanted, danced 



Stockmen Club 
upheld vocation 



Members of the Stockmen's Club worked to promote the professionalism of 
their training in order to acquaint the studentbody with their functions and 
reasons for existence as an organization. Participation in club activities signi- 
fied an intent interest and devotion to their field of endeavor. 
Front row: Janice Kotter, Fred Clark, Sharlene McMahon. Back row: Wyne Allred, Gary 
Berthelson, John McKellar, Wallace Johnson, Jordan Pedersen. 




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Norseman unit 
sported, partied, 
and socialized 



President 


Len Pugh 


Vice President 


Jim Kirkman 


Secretary 


Clifford Stubbs 


Treasurer 


Ronald Bateman 



Norsemen derived their name from the 
Scandinavian warriors. Organized as a 
sports club, Norsemen participated in 
intramurals and won first and second 
places in bowling intramural competi- 
tion. Norsemen sponsored a fifty mile 
hike from BYU's fieldhouse to the Uni- 
versity of Utah's fieldhouse after Presi- 
dent Kennedy made his appeal to Am- 
ericans to make themselves more physi- 
cally fit. 



New members were inducted at a formal banquet- 
Norsemen officers included (front row) Len 
Pugh, Jim Kirkham, Clifford Stubbs, Ronald 
Bateman, (back row) John Baird, Robert An- 
thon, Lance Rich, and Bob Norton. 



Front row. Clifford Stubbs, Gary Anderson, Jack Alexander, David Francis, Jim Robertson, Lee Radebaugh, Ross Elliott, Dick Lonas, Lee 
Martineau. Second row: Ken Ashby, Ken Wilks, Dean McDonald, Louie Reeves, Jerry Hawkins, Larry Park, Jim Kirkham, Bob Norton, 
Terry Booras, Lance Rich, Dee Bigler. Back row. Ronald Bateman, John Baird, Larry LaPray, Len Pugh, Bob Anthon, Joe Watson, Gary 
Smith, Terry Thatcher. 




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President 
Vice President 
Treasurer 
Recording Secretary 



Doretta Gillins 

Mary Ann Tanner 

Marcene Beck 

Lynn Tannabe 



Corresponding Secretary Linda Philips 

The Psi Chapter of Phi Chi Theta, na- 
tional fraternity for women in business, 
invited speakers to address weekly 
meetings, held a Thanksgiving buffet, a 
Christmas poinsetta party at the Hardy 
Rest Home, an Easter dinner-dance and 
a party honoring their senior members. 

Women mastered secretarial skills as they pre- 
pared for jobs in the business world. 



Phi Chi Theta pushed business for coeds 




Calder, Janet 
Corbridge, Judy 
Curtis, Sharon 
Duckworth, Linda 
Giles, Marilyn 



Hanson, Joanne 
Hiller, Doretta 
Jones, Cordia 
Love, Linda 
Merrill, Joanne 



Peck, Marcene 
Phillips, Linda 
Prina, Jeanette 
Sandberg, Sandra 
Sargent, Dianne 



Sowers, Terry 
Shaw, Karen 
Sutherland, Joyce 
Tanner, Marriane 
Ursenbach, Pat 



Ward, Frances 
Woods, Vickie 



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Front row. Doug Chadwick, Fred Wall, Dave Timberlake, Done Eastman, Art Jarman, Jack Albertson, Chester Allen, Darwin Vickers. 
Back row: Bill Porter, Lloyd Randall, Johnnie Ho, Allen Nicole, Chris Flannigan, Dean Foutz, Del Hanks, Karl Seethaler. 

Alpha Phi Omega served university well 



President 

1st Vice President 

2nd Vice President 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Secretaries 



Chris Flannigan 

Del Hanks 

Dean Foutz 

Allen Nicol 

Boyd Giles 

Dave Timberlake 

Don Eastman 



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Alpha Phi Omega spearheaded a move- 
ment to have each building on campus 
identified by special signs. They also 
sponsored the Ugly Man contest to 
raise funds for Campus Chest Week, 
ushered at basketball games and helped 
with other school service projects. APO 
was affiliated with the Boy Scouts of 
America. 



Alpha Phi Omega members helped supervise 
a Boy Scout swimming Pow Wow at Park 
Ro She. Chris Flannigan awarded the past 
president's gift to Lloyd Randall. 




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President 

Vice President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Bob Liljenquist 

Jerald Dixon 

Jack Boardman 



Patterned after eastern universities' din- 
ner clubs, the Samuel Hall Society was 
organized this year to promote personal 
intellectual development, fellowship, 
good taste and reserved conduct. Din- 
ner-lectures, discussion groups and ex- 
changes were sponsored by the club. 



The Samuel Hall Society and invited guests 
enjoyed a clam bake at the Provo Boat Har- 
bor club house. 



Samuel Hall Society held clam bake 




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Boardman, Jack 
Boshard, Nick 
Busken, Page 
Christensen, Anthoi 
Clement, Mel 
Cowley, Wayne 



Cranney, John 
Dixon, Jerald 
Driggis, Ken 
Dyer, Robert 
Enke, Alan 
Gardner, Jerry 



Garrett, Kent 
Keller, Richard 
Lilenquist, Robert 
Richardson, Glenn 
Paxman, John 
Speckart, Stephen 



Stott, Gary 
Stott, Jim ' 
Stratford, Larry 
Sperry, Brent 
Sundal, George 
Sewenson, Laird 



Swenson, Swen 
Tarran, Robert 
Tavlor, Tony 
Young, Allen 



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President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Peggy Allphin 

Janet Snarr 

Jolene Schleckmann 

Lynda Murdock 



Peculiar to BYU, the "keepers of the 
faith" or Shomrah Kiyel was designed to 
help girls develop strength, courage, 
and virtue. Composed of women serious- 
ly waiting for missionaries, Shomrah 
was begun in 1955 as a religious unit. 



Members of Shomrah Kiyel held a Sweetheart 
Banquet on Valentine's Day to honor their fav- 
orite men who were on missions. 




Shomrah Kiyel coeds prepared and waited 



Allphin, Peggy 

Bangerter, Eldee 

Barlow, Isabel 

Childs, Carolyn 

Curtis, Sharon 



Evans, Da Shel 

Frank, Celia 

Hall, Margene 

Hall, Lou Anna 

Jones, Juanita 



Koford, Peggy 

McAllister, Mary Ann 

Nicolaysen, Carol 

Pace, Karin 

Reeder, Marilyn 



Schleckman, Jolene 

Schlegel, Sherry 

Starr, Carol 

Steward, Shara Ann 

Stone, Moana 



Waddell, Lea 




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Sigma Delta 
Omicron 



Front row: Judy Higgins, Linda Wightman, Linda Manning, Carol Checketts, Patricia 
Frame, Charleen McKinnon, Carolyn Ayres. Second row: Shirlee Simpson, Kathryn Shum- 
way, Virginia Cooley, DeAnna Stucki, DeAnn Merrill, Ramona Moore, Nadine Riddle, 
LaDawn Hepworth, Trudy Fisher, Joanne Green, Carolyn Snapp. Third row: Julie Van 
Wagenen, Judy Matson, Maralyn Daynes, Diane Skidmore, LaRein Jones, Dixie Reed, 
Vicki Nuffer, Rosemary Hill, Nancy Stevens, Jessie Sudweeks. Back row: Joye Williams, 
Mary Wood, Sharon Weight, Jan Loveless, Sue Barrett, Anne Hickem, Glenda Pratt, 
Donna Sparks, Inez Stolworthy, Claudia Bush. 



Front row: Karla Wilcox, Millene Freeman Murphy, Rebecca Anderson, Lynn Clark, Mary ^f-| "I (A f*f\ f" |\| "|"| |*€f*<5 

Ann Winnett, Edith Rains, Sharon Steffen. Second row: Zeta Dyer, Arda Ashby, Diane JLUUClll J- T| 14-X JWJ 

Summers, Deanna Williams, Rae Joanne Young, Pat Cheney, Sue Banker, Sue Ebbert, # # 

Janet Croft, Alene Broadhead, Nan Colvin, Diane Lee. Bach row: Joanne Nuttall, Judy A CCTvpi'J fir^fl 

Lawrence, Joan Naser, Jean Hedengren. XA-33v/^ liX. L J. \J X X 




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rw-\ 1 The Lone Star state was represented by a group of vociferous students who 

J_ CX3.S StULddTtS held special socials and activity nights to keep the eyes of BYU upon Texas. 



organized at Y 



Front row: Georgia Lyon, Michey Bremer, Irene Franklin, Roger Wilkinson, Judy Hill, 
Lianne Pierce, Karen Bremer, Judy Turner, Sybil Portie. Back row: Charles Pennington, 
Sally Drawhom, Bruce Nicholson, Wayne Clark, Larry Franklin, David Lovd, Napoleon 
Tullos, Susie Burns, Judy Elbowen, Lorraine Cox, Lana Duncan, Lee Parker. 



Club liked merits 



Front row: Gerald Walker, Rolaine Henderson, Elaine Jenkins, Darris Rasmussen, Karen 

Moon, Lacee Harris, Ann Murphy, Laura Leavitt, Rex Hanberg. Second row: Floyd Jones, 

Joyce Udy, Uuene Haws, Sheryl Cartrette, Joye Williams, Elaine Lemon, Betty Burgess, 

Alma Poulson, Dorothy Moon, Carolyn Shepherd, Carma Stewart, Paul Hansen, Dale - -w- t • -g^ • 

Hanberg. Back row: Wilford Roberts, Callis Morrill, Lloyd Burton, Kent Memmott, Randy f-vf- | I 1f"l|-'| ■"■£! SI fl 

Labrum, Brent Brotherson, Drew Goodrich, Jerry Shields, David Rust, Jim Tryon, Ron VJ-L KJ AJ.ALO. XJO.OU.1 

Turner, Larry Patton. 




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Sportsmen pushed activity, skill 



The basic function of the Sportsmen Club was to promote interest and 
skills in all sports. Each month they held one or two clinics when 
qualified athletes and coaches were asked to teach members the fine 
points of a particular sport. Among the clinics held were golfing, 
shooting, climbing and bowling. Sportsmen led in the clubs division 
of intramurals, sponsored a rabbit hunt and held an awards luau. 



Barlow, Bob 
Bennett, Jim 
Brooks, Skip 
Bungay, Richard 
Collings, Tucker 




Cowan, Gary 
Crowther, Maynard 
Emmons, Bob 
Ford, Rodger 
Furnival, Don 



Gibb, Max 
Godfrey, Will 
Heiner, Gary 
Kirkham, James 
Kresge, Phil 



Lomkin, Richard 
Lund, Marion 
McPherson, Oliver 
Merrill, Brent 
Moss, James 



Price, LeGrand 
Roth, Steven 
Standstrom, Ed 
Seamons, David 
Swenson, Bob 



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Thacker, Terry 

Thorn, John 

Uibel, Howard 

Wilberg, Carl 

Wright, George 




Sportsmen and special guests headed into the sagebrush west of Eureka, Utah, for the annual Sportsmen Club rabbit hunt. 









President 
Will Godfrey 

Vice President 
Dave Seamons 

Secretary 
Carl Wilberg 

Treasurer 
Jack Reese 



Sportsmen Club members 
demonstrated their shooting 
skill with thousands of mov- 
ing targets. 



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President 


Ann Finlayson 


Vice President 


Shawna Roberts 


Secretary 


Martha Randall 


Treasurer 


Diane Lloyd 


Publicity 


Lynn Robertson 



Sportswomen entered their fourth year 
of activity on the campus scene with the 
goal of contributing their balanced slate 
of spiritual, academic, cultural and so- 
cial activities— all brought into a sharper 
focus through sports. 



Sportswomen readily advertised their Valentine 
dance entitled "Be a sport — swing along with 
me." 



Sportswomen advanced fitness, fun, gaiety 




Allred, Mary 
Benson, Judith 
Boyce, Sue 
Brunt, Mary 
Buckmiller, Joan 
Burningham, Kay 

Christensen, Sue 
Finlayson, Ann 
Grow, Mary Kay 
Hansen, Bobbi 
Hoyt, Shirlyn 
Johnson, Tulva 

Knudsen, Karen 
Knudsen, Cris 
Lindsey, Sally 
Lloyd, Diane 
Miller, Karen 
Murphy, Sandra 



Randall, Martha 
Roberts, Shawna 
Robertson, Lynne 
Sayer, Sandy 
Snow, Tiffany 
Skousen, Pat 



Sorenson, Kathleen 
Talley, Debby 
Talley, Rae 
Wilson, Karen 
Woodcock, Susan 



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The Young Republicans Club on campus was headed by President Cliff Flem- 
ing. He was assisted by Chere Henrixen, John Romney, and Shirley Cutler. 

Front row: Linda Nielson, Kathleen Collins, Cliff Fleming, Sandy Egan, Linda Powers, 
Jan Tyler. Second row: Danny Elder, Duncan Wallis, Harvey Longhurst, Charles Rutter, 
Bob Nelson. Back row: Achim Fritzen, Clair Ralph, Alan Nicol, Ron Harris, Roger 
Howard, Harry Nielsen. 



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Front row: Earl A. Beck, Caller, Ilene Beck, Terrance Cannon, Patricia McNeill, Harold 
Olsen, Charlene Joyce, Janice Beck. Second row: Arlene Harper, Helen Sirrine, Jane 
Degraffenried, Ann McLeod, Diane Anderson, Donna Breuninger, Lianne Pierce, Jerrye 
Stillman, Lemard Stillman, Charles Thompson. Third row: Blain Kilstrom, Jim Martin, 
Floyd Hill, Larry Patton, Arnold Loveridge, Kathy Sowby, Diane Damjanovich, Claire 
Hendrief. Back row: Robert Benson, Gary Graham, Bill Nair, Arthur Melton, Bruce Butler, 
Karen Christensen. 




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Lee Workman, President 



Circle K sought to serve BYU 



Following the motto "We Build," the Circle K International service 
unit sought to build justice, liberty, democracy and a better world for 
the well-rounded individual. Sponsored by the Provo Kiwanis, BYU's 
Circle K unit was organized in 1957, ten years after the first national 
Circle K group was organized. They promoted Citizen Quotient Week, 
Library Week and other service activities. 






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Allen, John 
Andrus, Marion 
Bateman, Ronald 
Beal, Stan 
Belliston, Richard 








Betranga, Robert 
Bradford, James 
Brown, Donald 
Burningham, Robert 
Burningham, Stephen 



Cardall, Richard 
Carr, Russell 
Christensen, Robert 
Davis, James 
Frederick, Richard 







Hammons, Del Ray 
Jolley, Clifton 
Jones, Ronald 
Kirkpatrick, Bill 
Lubeck, Steve 







Lundberg, Steven 



Martin, Tom 
Munro, David 
Ostler, David 
Pollock, Kent 



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Powell, Lynn 

Priest, Richard 

Richardson, James 

Sager, Paul 

Sessions, Allen 




Simonian, Sigaran 

Smith, Lawrence 

Smith, Leslie 

Sorenson, Roger 

Southwick, Jay 




Staples, Larry 

Stevens, Jay 

Stoddard, Thomas 

Swanson, Robert 

Taylor, Jerry 



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Voyce, Kendall 

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Exchanges held with women's units and interunit socials with other universities high- 
lighted the year. 



President 

Lee A. Workman 

Vice President 
Kendall Voyce 

Secretary 

Juergen W. Menssen 

Les Smith 

Treasurer 
Jay Stevens 
Tom Martin 

International V.P. 
Lynn Powell 

District Governor 
Steve Burningham 





Bruce Olsen, Duke 



Intercollegiate Knights worked 

The Duchess of the Gold Y Chapter of the Intercollegiate Knoghts 
won the regional IK contest for the fourth year in a row and was the 
probable choice to win the national contest for the fourth straight 
year, too. The IK's lighted the Y five times during the year, rang the 
victory bell, conducted campus tours, awarded 11 scholarships annual- 
ly, ushered at school functions and helped sponsor the Belle of the Y 
contest. IK social activities included a dinner-dance and a Bean and 
Steak Dinner. 




Anderson, Steven 
Ballard, Nelson 
Banner, Dean 
Barbezat, Gene 
Blattner, Bobert 



Bradford, William 
Brossard, Ben 
Bullock, Kenneth 
Capik, Emil 
Casey, Gerald 



Davis, Craig 
Dredge, John 
Dunn, Floyd 
Fletcher, Wayne 
Fuhriman, Robert 



Halladay, Scott 
Hansen, Douglas 
Higginson, Jerry 
Hunn, William 
Kinateder, Joseph 



Lewis, Mark 
Marx, Clyde 
Malloy, Jerry 
Monson, Kenneth 
Palmer, Phillip 



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Peacock, George I 
Peters, Gordon 

Peterson, Tom fi 
Robertson, Owen I 

Sabey, Wayne 1 



Smith, Norman 

Thurston, Richard 

Tibbits, Mike 

Welsh, Wayne 

Woodland, Lee 



Honorable Duke 
Bruce Olsen 

Vice Duke 
Bob Blattner 

Worthy Scribe 
Clyde Marx 




Chancellor of the 
Exchecquer 
Gordon Peters 

Worthy Recorder 
Tom Peterson 

Executioner 
Wayne Fletcher 



Sherri Brian 
National Queen 



Roseann Tueller 
Chapter Duchess 



Symbol of BYU and the Gold Y Chapter of Intercollegiate Knights is the 375 foot block Y on the mountain which is lighted five times 
yearly to connote special occasions such as homecoming and graduation. The Knights make the special effort despite the weather which 
is usually rain or snow. 




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Kathrvn Wright, President 



Spurs gave efforts to school 



Spurs adhered to the motto, "At Your Service." They wore the spur 
symbolic of their service. Spurs assisted with voting booths, visited 
the Utah State Mental Hospital, the American Fork Training School 
and old folks' homes. They held exchanges with other service units, 
but their main social event was an invitational with the Circle K's. 



Allen, Sharon 
Bramall, Ruth 
Bickingham, Tanya 
Christensen, Arlene 
Collins, Connie 




Compton, Diane 
Crofts, Merlyn 
Culbertson, Cathy 
Curtis, Ruth 
Daines, Marilyn 



Drawhorn, Emily 
Durrant, JoAnn 
Exeell, Irene 
Farnsworth, Anne 
Fish, Margaret 



Fisher, Luci 
Frandsen, Kathleen 
Fueston, Claudette 
Bertseh, Bonnie 
Goodsell, Virginia 



Gundersen, Janet 
Hill, Sherry 
Hullinger, Joan 
Hunter, Allison 
Jenkins, Marilyn 



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Jensen, Marilyn 

Johnson, Barbara 

Kent, Sydney 

Kitchen, Margaret 

Laudie, Marilvn 



Neff, Sherry 

Paetsch, Shirley 

Parsons, Dorothy 

Red, Roxanne 

Richards, Barbara 



Scroggins, Joy 

Smith, Grace Marie 

Smith, Shelby 

Stacey, Janet 

Townsley, Marci 



Wadley, Marlelen 

Walkenhorst, Judy 

Whitaker, Wendy 

Woodbury, Mayone 

Young, DeAnn 




Spur officers conducted their weekly meetings in a business-like manner in order to save coeds time. 



President 
Kathy Wright 

Vice President 
Sally Drawhorn 

Secretary 
Sharon Allen 

Treasurer 
Bonnie Gertsch 

Historian 
Joan Hullinger 




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Susan Ward, President 



Thea Alexis offered helping hand 

Freshmen women interested in extending a helping hand to others 
united in Thea Alexis. Among their service projects during the year 
were handling of ticket sales, ushering and weekly visits to the Utah 
State Mental Hospital. They pledged themselves to securing food and 
gifts for a needy family at Christmas. They also held several inter- 
club exchanges. Four of their members held studentbody offices. 




Atley, Diane 
Barnes, Betty 
Barrus, Eloise 
Bateman, Cheryl 
Brink, Sheryl 



Brinton, Susan 
Burdett, Nancy 
Card, Karen 
Catlin, Carole 
Clegg, Connie 



Clyde, Dianne 
Coalson, Cheryl 
Colt, Marianne 
Cottam, Annette 
Coursey, JoAnn 



Crowder, Charmaine 
Daniels, Karen 
Delaney, Terry 
Delangie, Suzanne 
Doxey, Lynne 



Drake, Betsy 
Duffin, Barbara 
Dunning, Sandra 
Ekins, DeAnne 
Ferrin, J'Deane 



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Forsyth, Marilyn 

Gore, Brenda 

Hales, Cathy 

Hansen, Colleen 

Hill, Rosemary 



Hinckley, Elayne | 

Howell, Susan 

Jordan, Linda 

Lewis, Myreel 

Mann, Teddy 



Miller, Linda 

Mills, Kolene 

Morley, Janice 

Patterson, Paula 

Raner, Shervl 



Richardson, Carol 

Richardson, Karon 

Rosha, Theresa 

Skousen, Linda 

Smith, Claudia 



Smith, Rebecca | 

Stewart, Lou Anne 

Toronto, Joan 

Tossman, Nancy 

Witter, Donna 



Wood, Roberta 
Wright, Cathy 




President 
Susan Ward 



Secretary 
Char Crowder 



Treasurer 
Cheryl Bateman 



Historian 
Linda Jordan 



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Y Calcares promoted service 



Y Calcares, an honorary service unit consisting of fifty junior women, 
won the participation trophy for the Campus Chest Drive and second 
place trophy for participation in the blood drive. They were co-spon- 
sors with the IK's of Belle of the Y Week, assisted with Hello Week, 
did filing at the Alumni House, plus their routine ushering. 



Adams, Dixie 
Allred, Melva Lee 
Ayres, Carolyn 
Bartholomew, Carolyn 
Bradford, Janice 



Bridge, Karen 
Brown, Diana 
Brown, Lynda 
Carr, Mary 
Carr, Sarah 




Christensen, June 
Clark, Gladys 
Clark, Janiel 
Clark, Jill 
Conger, Elizabeth 



Degraffenried, Jane 
Dewey, Diana 
Elder, Lynette 
Frank, Celia 
Guild, Marcia 



Hardin, Paula 
Heart, Pam 
Hjorth, Suzanne 
Hollingshead, Edith 
Jones, LaRein 



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Knowlton, Pat 

Larsen, Marilyn 

Leavitt, Laura 

Pieper, Arlene 

Prince, Carolyn 



Ries, Myrna 

Smith, Sharon 

Smith, Sydney 

Stevens, Birdie 

Sundwall, Marjorie 



Tippets, Thelma 

VanDam, Geri 

White, Judith Ann 

Young, Carol 

Young, Katheryn 




Y Calcares were co-sponsors of the Belle of the Y contest and assembly with the Intercollegiate Knights. 



President 
Dona Nelson 

Vice President 
Gladys Clark 

Secretary 
Melva Allred 

Treasurer 
Carolyn Prince 

Historian 
Vivian Paulsen 




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President 


Nancy Tolman 


Vice President 


Karen Koford 


Secretary 


Shauna Robinson 


Treasurer 


Mary Jo Alleman 


Historian 


Carol Anne Day 


Adviser 


Mrs. Eliot Cameron 



Although it originated as a service unit 
and as such was the oldest service or- 
ganization on campus, White Key was 
changed in 1962 to an honorary. Mem- 
bers edited the student directory and 
led the Homecoming parade. To further 
their aims of high scholastic work, White 
Key gave a scholarship trophy. The club 
consists of twentv-five senior women. 



Members of White Key enjoyed a progressive 
dinner during the year as part of their social 
activity. 



White Key women were scholastic seniors 




Anderson, Jean 
Alleman, Mary Jo 
Biddulph, Susan 
Christensen, Evelyn 
Day, Carol Ann 



Elvin, Berthene 
Hadfield, Jillaine 
Harley, Barbara 
Higbee, Rose 
Higgins, Judy 



Jerrard, Connie 
Keele, Reba 
Koford, Karen 
Robison, Shawna 
Stephenson, Carrie 



Strong, Christine 
Thomas, Sharon 
Tolman, Nancy 



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President 

1st Vice President 

2nd Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Membership Chairman 



Donald Foulk 

Jeffrey Matsen 

Jon Marple 

Arthur Winkle 

Stanley Dunn 

Richard Rolapp 



Sponsor 



Joseph T. Bentley 



In its first year was the Cougar Club, 
a men's service organization dedicated 
to the promotion and elevation of the 
national image, athletic program and 
school spirit of Brigham Young Univer- 
sity. They sponsored the Mud Bowl in 
which freshmen and sophomores vied 
with each other for the three-foot win- 
ner's trophy. They entertained the Air 
Force Academy's gymnastic team and 
they endeavored to bring new athletes 
to the Y. 

Dean Hartvigsen explained the aims of the 
athletic departments to Cougar Club members. 




Cougar club sought athletic friends for Y 



Barber, David 
Blount, Parker 
Davis, Donald 
Dayton, Lynn 
Dunn, Stanley 



Fleming, Cliff 

Foulk, Donald 

King, Richard 

Macintosh, Dean 

Marple, Jon 



Matson, Jeffrey 

Moffat, Dennis 

Ogilvie, Jim 

Rolapp, Rich 

Seymour, Tony 



Watts, Daniel 
Winkelman, Arthur 
Youkstetter, David 




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Front row: Richard Evans, Michael Evans, Frances Evans, Marilyn Cropper, Gloria Ray, Connie Bennett, Elaine Petersen, Gladys Wallin, 
Heather Mitchell, Nancy Hildengrand, Adele Manwaring, Janice Tueller, Trina Thomas. Back row: Kay Carpenter, Alice Ann McBeth, 
Diane Varney, Marjorie Snow, LaVina Fielding, Norma Benton, Michele Thayn, Frances Wood, Solveig Jonassen, Naomi Miles, Nancy 
Jones, Eve Evans, Ilene Paskett, Barbara Klein, Lynn Vamer, Lois Williams, Jean Foutz, Arda Ashby, Jean Coy, JoAnn Jacobsen, Liz Wil- 
liams, Judy White, Linda Backlund, Marsha Bailbreth. Left balcony: Jeanie Venema, Dorothy Seely, Marie Smith, Tressa Cahoon, Linda 
Sheppard, Hallie Carey, Lynn Packer, Nancy Ball, Marsha Jensen. Right balcony: Mary Smeath, Kathleen Perona, Susan Smeath, Sheila 
Mcllne, Mickey DuBois, Mina Dunn, Emily Clegg. 

Bowen Hall coeds had a Halloween party 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social 
Historian 
Family Prayer 
Sports 



Jeanie Foutz 

Lois Williams 

Dee Borg 

Trina Thomas 

Mickey DuBois 

Susan Goodsell 

Sue Smeath 

Heather Mitchell 



Bowen Hall's dorm parents were Fran- 
ces and Richard Evans. Richard was a 
senior majoring in industrial education. 
A dorm Halloween party was the first 
major function on the Bowen calendar. 
This was followed by "A Good Old- 
Fashioned Christmas" party. Later they 
had a Valentine dinner-dance as well as 
several exchanges. 



Bowen Hall officers included Heather Mitchell, 
Susan Smeath, Jean Foutz. Mickey DuBois, Lois 
Williams, and Dee Borg. 



Women from Bowen Hall followed the asphalt 
trail through campus construction to arrive 
at the old quad. 




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Fro»/ ro«': Judy Hill, Sharon Hickish, Sharon Kent, Karen Baker, Virginia Alexison, Helen Smith, Gail Evans, Sandie Dunning, Helen Sharp, 
Kathy Kundick, Denise Alley, Marilyn Tothyan, Beverly Hodgson. Sandra Eyring, Sharon Holt. Margaret Bishop, Carola Morris, Maudie Napoleon, 
Sheila Carter, Sheryl Schlink, Christine Madson, Barbara Tanner, Pat Phippen, Muriel Crofts, Shari Raney, Judy dinger, Pam Millet. Bonnie 
Maddon. Back row. Karen DeCelle, Laree Bushman. Charee Cottrel. 

Broadbent coeds held inter-dorm banquet 




President 

Vice President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Family Prayer 

Sports 

Historian 

Culture 

Social 



Winnie Chang 

Sharon Kent 

Margaret Bishop 

Penny Plass 

Karen Omendinger 

Gwen Silver 

Linda Ross 

Shiela Carter 



A banquet restricted to girls in the dorm 
and a few selected guests was one of 
the highlights for the women in Broad- 
bent Hall. They had many dorm parties, 
among which was a luau, a buddy party, 
Valentine's Day party, a canyon party 
and a patio party for freshmen. Many of 
them did volunteer work at the Utah 
State Mental Hospital, helping with so- 
cial activities for the patients. Helen 
Farnsworth from Idaho, an HDFR ma- 
jor, was senior resident. 



Broadbent Hall officers included (front row) 
Sharon Kent, Winnie Chang, Margaret Bishop, 
Penny Plass, (back row) Gwen Silver, Judy Hill, 
Sheila Carter, Linda Ralfe, and Pat Phippen. 



In Heritage Halls a clean wash was only as 
far as the basement where the washers were. 



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Front row: Rae Von Skeen, Beverly Goodman, Sharey Ann Larsen, Ruth Shank, Norda Gardner, Lenore Parker, Mary Jo Mulliner, Linda 
Tomlinson, Vonetta Egan, Bobbi Ingram, Jackie Barney, Linda Hyatt, Sharon Hansen, Carole Davis, Ann Tomlinson, Charlene Neibaur, 
Elaine Cortsen, Louise Bauldauf, Larrie Shannon, Mary Kay Grimes, Roonie Ann Lee, Sandy Harrison. Back row: Barbara Decker, Margaret 
Black, Linda Malzahn, Jean Streett, Carolyn Clark, Carolyn Astin, Karen Young, Donna Penny, Shirley Simpson, Evelyn Thompson, Toni 
Marietta, Darlene Gano, Rae Ann Bringhurst, Pam Domey, Paula Bockeritz, Renee Alder, Jan Brown, Arlene Wolverton, Margaret Whit- 
taker, Sally Flifton, Trisha Murphy, Susan McCulley, Linda Stoddardjudy Layton, Pat Snelgrove. 

"Blue Hawaii" called Felt Hall women 



President 


Mary Jo Mulliner 


Vice President 


Margaret Black 


Secretary 


Anne Lee 


Treasurer 


Barbara Decker 


Social 


Linda Mavalhn 


Historian 


Sally Cliston 


Family Prayer 


Margaret Whitaker 



"Blue Hawaii" was the theme of Felt 
Hall's invitational, which highlighted 
the dorm's activities. They entered their 
dorm in Homecoming housing decora- 
tions contest, had a Halloween ex- 
change, a root beer bust during semes- 
ter break and an exchange with off- 
campus fellows. Also during the first 
semester dorm residents worked in the 
Utah State Mental Hospital. Dorm par- 
ents were Betty and John Mendenhall 
originally of Las Vegas, Nevada. 



Felt Hall officers included Roonie Lee. Margaret 
Whittaker, Sally Clifton. Barbara Decker, Mary 
Jo Mulliner, Linda Malzahn, Betty Mendenhall, 
Jay Mendenhall, and John Mendenhall. 

Roasting marshmallows around the fireplace 
gave coeds a chance to become better ac- 
quainted. 




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Front row: Jan Morley, Julene Zimmerman, Eleen Crane, Jeanie Baldwin, Barbara Grasteit, Carlene Ashby, Roma Durfey, Billei O'Brien, 
Anneva Franz, Margaret Halvorsew, Juanita Bryant, LaRein Jones, Lindalee Eaves, Nancy Nerdin, Margaret Coombs. Back row: Cathlen 
McGregor, Kathleen Collins, Darlene Hipwell, Barbara Anderson, Elba Cochran, JoWinn Dotson, Willena Gowans, Christine Mortimer, 
Isabel Barlow, Phyllis Rond, Marilyn Briskey, Lynette Chipman, Patricia Baker, Pamela Baker, Cheryl Carter, Bonnie Patterson, Karen 
Green, Eileen Singley, LuAnn Montgomery, Vemice Guvler, Frances Forester. 

Fox Hall women captured volleyball trophy 




President 


Eileen Singley 


Vice President 


Alex Ashston 


Secretary 


Julene Zimmerman 


Treasurer 


Jackie Rynders 


Historian 


Jan Morley 


Sports 


Kaaren Haycock 



Fox Hall women proved themselves to 
be volleyball champions by winning 
first place honors in intramural competi- 
tion. To further their team spirit, they 
also wrote a special dorm song. They 
entered Homecoming decorations con- 
test and held openhouse for returning 
alumni, friend and families. They had a 
party celebrating Christmas, a Valen- 
tine buddy party and frequently had 
dinner exchanges between apartments. 
Senior resident for Fox was Margaret 
Halverson. 

Fdx Hall officers included Jan Morley, Jackie 
Renders, Eileen Singley, Alex Ashton, Kaaren 
Haycock, and Julene Zimmerman. 

Coeds worked together in making beds in 
order to escape any demerits when house 
check was made. 



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Jeanne Merrill, Barbara Brown, Joan Bradley, Mary Lynn Beatty, DeAnn Merrill, Nancy Woffinden, Dorothy May, Kathy Bateman, Brenda 
Foster, LaPriel Burnett, Ann Crandall, Judy White, Cinda Callister, Shirley Barton, Dianne Clyde, Joy Lyman, Jan Wheatfill, Rebecca 
McCalab, Becky Turner, Janis Rockwood, Harriet Grass, Pam Johnson, Myrna Cluff, Loretta Bilbro. 



Home Hall sought spiritual unity in dorm 



Shirley Barton 

Meryl Lynn Croft 

Judy White 

Joy Lyman 

Brenda Foster 

Pat Daniels 

Diane Clyde 

Cinda Callister 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Social Chairman 
Historian 
Family Prayer 
Academic 
Sports 

Sharing honors with Harris and Gates 
Halls for their "most original" float in 
the Homecoming parade was Home 
Hall. Home also participated in the 
Ugly Man contest, Snow Carnival, dorm 
intramurals and sponsored Will Whittle 
as one of the campus' most preferred 
men. They had a Christmas invitational 
and a Yuletide Fireside. Carol and Kay 
King, both BYU graduates, were dorm 
parents. 

Home Hall officers included (front row) Linda 
Callister, Pat Daniels, Barbara Brown, Meryl 
Lynn Croft, Judy White, (bad row) Joy Lyman, 
Deane Clyde, Shirley Barton, and Kathy Bateman. 



No matter which coed in the apartment was 
primping, she always received personal and 
expert advice and help from the rest. w IV 




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Front row. Carol Lambert, Donna Inouye, Shirley Bryars, Rose Stewart, Peggy Cardon, Christine Hatton-Ward, Judith Allan, Ruth Ann England. 
Back row. Linda Craig, Debby Rice, Annette Brown. Glenna Whiting, Patty Cosseboom, Phyllis Peterson, Veloy Walker, Sybel Portie, Allie Tucker, 
Kathie Arrington, Francine Plusquellic, ReNae Brooks, Diane Christensen, Lianne Pierce, Beverly Christensen, Karen Bremer, Sharon Astin. Left 
Balcony: Cheryl Weitzel, Pam Ashton, Cordia Jones, Jane Degraffenried. Right balcony: Carol Anderson, Peggy Danley, Monna McEvers, Juanita 
Jarvis. 

Harris Hall held exchange with John men 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Historian 
Family Prayer 
Sports Director 



Shirley Bryars 

Carolyn Inouye 

Peggy Danley 

Jane DeGraffenried 

Carol Lambert 

Sybil Portie 



The girls in Estella Spilsbury Harris 
Hall held an exchange with John Hall, 
won the most original Homecoming 
float trophy with Gates and Home Hall 
and had a progressive dinner within the 
dorm. Their dorm parents were Carole 
and Kay King. The Kings had a 2*/2 year 
old son, Bryan. 



Officers of Harris Hall were Beverly Christen- 
sen, Debbie Rice, Shirley Bryars, Jane De- 
graffenried, Kris Brown, and Jean Games. 



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Front row: Larry MacDonald, Lauri MacDonald, JoEllen MacDonald, Charlene Jensen, Jo Ann Haggerty, Eileen Rieff, Sue Embry, Nancy 
Cullimore, Ann Brunson, Floy Seeley, Brenda Bums, Kathy Wight, Karen King, Sidney Bailey, Lynne Griffiths, Donna Dague. Second row: 
Pam Romney, Charlotte Freestone, Marlene Fish, Ada Pierce, Annette Huntsman. Third row: Susan Robinson, Barbara Bastian, Paula 
Rothe, Susan Hansen, Janet Keeler. Fourth row. Karen Culy, Gerry Weimer, Mema Alder, Marian Dahl, Linda Hunter, Sharon Prusse, 
Marcia Guild. Balcony: Pat Hafen, Joan Robinson, Annette Cottam, Joan Lyman, Margaret Smith, Linda Giles, Bonnie Wakefield, Lee Ann 
Holden, Joan Higbee, Holly Thorstad, Kaye Terry. 

Dinner dance highlighted Maeser activities 



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President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairmen 

Historian 
Family Prayer 



Marian Dahl 

Kay Terry 

Sharon Prussy 

Ann Gardner 

Sydney Bailey 

and Floy Seeley 

Marcia Guild 

Nancy Cullimore 



Maeser Hall had a spring dinner dance 
and dorm banquet. They celebrated 
Christmas with Pixie Week and a party. 
They held exchanges with Stover and 
Hinckley Halls. Dorm parents were Jo- 
ellen and Larry Macdonald from El 
Paso, Texas. Larry had a teaching assist- 
antship in accounting. 

Maeser Hall officers included Front row. Sid- 
ney Banley, Sharon Prusse, Marcia Guild, Mar- 
ian Dahl. Back row: Kaye Terry, Floy Seeley, 
Ann Gardner, and Nancy Cullimore. JoEllen 
and Larry MacDonald were dorm parents. 




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Front row: Jotlen McDonald, Laurie McDonald, Patsy Dally, Jo Shurtliff, Yvonne Murray, Maria Walker, Jocile Ison, Carol Westover, Jan 
Tyler, Peggy Worthin, Kenna Anderson, Diane Low, Janice Danily, Linda Southworth, Vicky Bullock, Susan Miller, Susie Burns, Judy Turner, 
Marcia Jones, Judy Hunt. Back row: Larry McDonald, Noreen Olpin, Kathy Shumway, Eileen Jepsen, Judy Spencer, Glynis Jones, Bonnie Runyan, 
Carolyn Swenson, Ada Beth Turner, Kathy Leithead, Renee Gertsch, Kathryn Wanless, Eileen Ferkovick, Martha Hitch, Lorene Hakes, Sue Mc- 
Clellan, Pat Richards, Marilyn Jensen, Alison Hunfer, Judy Brown, Marjean Andrus. Mary Ann McAllister, Ann Thomas, Carol Commack, 
Crystal Burrup, Trina Adams, Ine Lee Cook- 

Penrose coeds sponsored social events 




President 
Vice President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 
Social Chairmen 

Family Prayer 

Sports 

Historian 



Jan Tyler 

Yvonne Murray 

Linda Southworth 

Sue McClellan 

Judy Brown, 

Peggy Worthin 

Allison Hunter 

Sandy Mathewson 

Martha Hitch 



Dinners were popular with the women 
in Penrose Hall. They had supper ex- 
changes within the hall, pot luck sup- 
pers, a turkey dinner and a dorm ban- 
quet. They had a freshman get-together 
with their sister hall Maeser, a going 
away party, and unbirthday party, ex- 
changes, talent shows and candle pass- 
ings as part of the dorm social life. Carol 
Westover was Penrose senior resident. 



Penrose Hall officers included (front row) Caro- 
lyn Swenson, Martha Hitch, Jan Tyler, Yvonne 
Murray, Judi Brown, (back row) Beth Slade, 
Susan Miller, Lois Jean Call, Sue McClellan, 
Linda Southworth, Sandee Mathewson, and Peggy 
Worthen. 



A last spray of hair lacquer made sure that 
wind or rain would not ruin a coed's hairdo. 



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Sue Robinson, Gay Ripley, Vicki Bean, Chris Otterstrom, Mary Ann Waugh. Annette Williamson, Linda Bell, Dixie Cothran, Karen Dietz, Daphne 
Paez, Linda Kruis, Lorraine Schwendiman, Trudy Teichert, Ann Miller, Lela Mouritsen, Chris Myntti, Hertha Ison, Diane Hess, Colleen Cameron, 
Sharon Smith, Jill Pollard, Julie Walton, Marie Bringhurst, Pat Evans, Cheryl Hunter, Shirley Gillam. 

Girls in Rogers dorm held a Pixie Week 



President 


Mary Ann Waugh 


Vice President 


Ilene Skinner 


Secretary 


Trudy Teichert 


Treasurer 


Chris Otterstrom 


Social Chairman 


Sue Robinson 


Publicity 


Renee Yancy 


Historian 


Sharon Smith 



Sonja and George Kland acted as activi- 
ty counselors, advisers, and "parents" for 
the women of Rogers Hall. George, who 
was doing graduate work in zoology, 
had to play handyman for many dorm 
repair jobs. The women in Rogers had 
an invitational dinner-dance, a Christ- 
mas pixie party, canyon parties, ex- 
change dinners, a taffy pull and an 
awards banquet on their social slate. 



Rogers Hall officers included (front row) Eileen 
Skinner, Mary Ann Waugh, Sue Robinson, (back 
row) Chris Otterstrom, Cheryl Hunter, Shirley 
Gillam, Renee Yancy, Trucy Teichert, Sonja and 
George Kland. 



Mr. Bell's ingenious invention made it possible 
for most coeds to pass away many hours. 




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Fro« i-o«': Bonnie Duell, Susan Woodcock, Judy Benson, Judy Fetzer, Janice Renell, Meretta Skidmore, Janice Bradford, Judy Gardner, Linda 
Haggberg, Susan Polley, Mary Jane Johnston, Ann Carrigan, Carolyn Olsen, Pamela Cannon, Linda Larson, Juneve Scoresby, Mary Jane Shimoda. 
Back row: Patsy Facer. Verla Noyes, Sylvia Hendrickson, Maryann Durfey, Judy Phillips, Susan Rounds, Paula Patterson, Cheryl Rew, Karen 
Williams, Carolyn Thomas, Roziland Collier, Linda Quinton, Diane Sutton, Judy Sparks, Marianna McClellan, Maureen Gardner, Susan Kedding- 
ton, Chris Smith, Charlene Garrett, Dana Wartena. 



A. Richards Hall women found dorm life fun 




President 


Susan Keddington 


Vice President 


Linda Long 


Secretary 


Paula Patterson 


Treasurer 


Verla Noyes 


Historian 


Maryann Olsen 


Social Kathy 


and Karen Eriksson 


Culture 


Linda De Vries 



Alice Richards Hall started their social 
activities with a get-acquainted dinner. 
This was followed by a Halloween ex- 
change which was complete with spook 
alley. At Christmas time Richards had a 
buddy party in a western theme. Tribute 
was paid to outstanding students in the 
dorm at a special Honor Night, and an- 
other night was set aside for art culture. 
Senior resident was Mary Carr. 



A. Richards Hall officers included (front row) 
Mary Eleanor Carr, Susan Keddington, Verla 
Noyes, (back row) Maryann Olsen, Paula Pat- 
terson, Linda Long, Karin Eriksson, Sonja and 
George Kland. 



Most coeds took their turn in cooking and per- 
forming other domestic duties in the apartment. 



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Front row: Joyce Hurst, Claudia Moss, Anne Morrison, Ronelda Neilson, Katherine Oniatt, Sheryl McPhie, Gayle Groo, Bonnie Johnson, Margaret 
Ekins, Marilyn Stubbs, Betty Lee, Betsy Sonnicksen, Judy Wells, Linda Layne, Anne Schofield, Sylvia Barger, Connie Lewis, Pat Penrod, Elaine 
Bitton, Many Ann Reynolds. Back row: Susan Brinton, Gay Rasband, Laurel Cook, Donna Dumford, Sharon Ruggles, Rose Palmer, Linda Maughan, 
Ann Palmer, J. Deanne Ferrin, Carolyn Wright, Anita Weston, Kathy Scott, Mareen Evertsen, Bari Shown, Linda Sprunger, Karen Hurst, Karen 
Kremin, Linda Morris, Marcia Martineau. 

Homecoming united Shipp Hall Coeds 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Social Chairman 
Historian 



Ann Morrison 
Anne Schofield 

Joanne Miller 

Mareene Evertsen 

Margaret Ekins 



As was true with most of the other 
dorms, Shipp Hall found that Home- 
coming activities helped particularly to 
unite the dorm and create feelings of 
fellowship as the girls pooled ideas and 
talents to dream up float and housing 
decorations. At Christmas they had a 
party and Pixie Week. A dorm break- 
fast and a banquet and exchanges help- 
ed keep them busy the rest of the year. 
Acting as dorm parents for Shipp Hall 
were Shirley and John Beagley. 



Shipp Hall officers included Anne Schofield, 
JoAnne Morrison, Shirley and John Beagley, and 
JoAnn Mellor. 



During the week, each apartment was assigned 
different house duties in order to keep the 
dorm spotless from top to bottom. 












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Front row: Ruth Ann Harrison, Dana Morris, Linda Petrone, Bonnie Culley, Marilyn Hale, Barbara Cluff, Doris Harmon, Ellen Waite. Second row: 
Gloria Nyland, Susan Hyte, Karen Stipac, Janet Eubanks, Jamar Hurren, Ida Bartholomew, Loraine Croft, Marjorie Farnsworth, Sherry Raner, Nancy 
Giles, Carol McCrummen, Ina Stolworthy, Shelly Smith, Jean Stoddard, Mary Kent, Pat Hilton, Lou Ann Stewart, Cheryl Schrade, Lynn Raner. Left 
balcony: Joan Merrill, Colleen Germer, Susan Logie, Penny Snith, Mary Jo Hoffman, Anita Voelitz. Right balcony: Janet Reeve, Pat Ursenback, 
Liz Terry, Mary Harper, Julia Terry, Julie Malonf, Nancy Stokes, Lynn Astwood. 

Weekly dorm personality chosen in Snow Hall 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Sports Chairman 
Family Prayer 
Culture 



Laraine Croft 

Mary Jo Hoffman 

Colleen Germer 

Ida Bartholomew 

Julia Terry 

Nancy Giles 

Ranee Harris 

Cheryl Raner 



Robison Hall received the housing schol- 
arship trophy in the fall for having been 
the dorm with the highest grade point 
the preceding semester. They held open- 
house during Homecoming, put on a 
talent show and had many parties and 
exchanges. Shirley and John Beagley 
were dorm parents. 

Robison Hall officers included Shirley Beagley, 
Cheryl Beagley. John Beagley, Lynne Raner, Lor- 
raine Croft, Colleen Germer, and Mary Jo Hoff- 
man. 



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Fre»/ row/: Sharon Harline, Rose Rogers, Ilene Crandall, Colleen Johnson, Kathi Bond, Ethel Appleton, Penny Clark, Ruby Ludwig, Mary Riding, 
Maxine Crossley, Pat Stuart, Mary Alice Jorgenson, Mickey Jensen. Back row: Cleo Jackson, Athlyn Newton, Mary Woolwine, Kathy Jones. 
Judy Noorda, Jane Schroder, Jane Lewis, Roberta Laney, Caralyn Rappeleye, *Pam Stott, Julie Lyons, Jeanne Tolley, Jane Scholes, Judy Skinner, 
Sharon Johnson. Sandy Howell. Joy Hase, Marion Brown, Cheryl Slocum, Anne Krey, Linda Sorenson, Bev Hart, Stephanie Harper, Bonnie Baird. 



Robison Hall coeds had a high GPA 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Social Chairmen 

Historian 



Jane Scholes 

Mickey Jensen 

Kathy Jones 

Penny Clark and 

Athlyn Newton 

Kathy Bond 



Girls in Snow Hall sported dorm sweat 
shirts. Each week they selected a dorm 
personality. Their dorm activities in- 
cluded a buddy party and a picnic. They 
won honorable mention for their Home- 
coming housing decorations. Glenda and 
Robert Brady substituted as parents for 
the girls. 



Snow Hall officers included Mickey Jensen 
Kathy Jones. Jane Scholes, Kathi Bond, Glenda 
Brady, and Robert Brady. 




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Front row: Nolan Mangelson, Marian Mangelson, Joyce Bills, Myrna Dudley, Ann Merrill, Valeria Workman, Shirley Paetsch, Joyce Boyle, Myrna 
Keller, Cheryl Hubbard, Joan Naser, Marilyn Dickson, Mabel Banta. Second row: Barbara Duffin, Sandy Snider, Sue Phair, Jill Jensen, Marilyn 
Dickson, Kay Hill, Susan Beard, Diane Johnston, Marva Mefferd, Kathy Shipp, Sharon Stahle, Dorothy Judy, Charlotte Whittaker, Kathy Skinner, 
Linda Lowe, LaNita Larsen, Dianne Dredge, Vera Glass, Linda Bowen, Elaine Elkington, Liz Merney- Balcony: Sue Hooper, Margene Hubbard, 
Bonnie Howell, Karren Gardner, Shirley Paskett, Pat Johnson, Louise Smith, Connie Stevens, Bonnie Davidson, Judith Lee, Ann Summerhays, 
Lynette Jones, Rozanne Edwards, Sue Duffin. 

M F Smith Hall held welcoming picnic 

Mary Fielding Smith Hall commenced 
its activities with a welcome back pic- 
nic. They held a surprise early morning 
breakfast and a fashion show culture 
night. One highlight of the year was 
their buddy party which included a 
carnival, marriage booth, food auction 
and dancing. Marian and Nolan Mangel- 
son were dorm parents of Smith and 
Wells Halls. Nolan, a Utah State grad- 
uate, was majoring in chemistry. 




Mary Fielding Hall officers included Joyce Boyle, 
Margret Bott, Lanita Larsen, Myrna Dudley, Joyce 
Bills, and Linda Bradshaw. 



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Front row: Marion Mangelson, Heather McMaster, Carina Castagneto, Barbara Pettit, Mary Ann Bryan, Georgia Duche, Karren Bills, Nedra 
Webster, Blanche Ruflin, Marcia Mills. Back row: Nolan Mangelson, Danelle Jarvis, Wayvellea Massey, Bonnie Powell, Linda Jean Wallace, 
Dorothy May, Judy Waite, Lynne Hammond, Marci Townsley, Claudia Cole, Ardyth Oien, Geraldine Carmen, Lena Poulton. Left balcony: Mary 
Speigel, Anne Laney, Carol Carter, Janice Webster. Right balcony: Kathleen Asay, DeeAnn Jenkins, Renae Howell, Ardean Toler. 

Wells Hall coeds had Sadie buddy party 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Social Chairman 



Gerry Carmen 

Diana Hileman 

Terry Brewer 

Shauna Sheffield 



A Sadie Hawkins Day buddy party was 
one of the dorm parties held by the 
girls in Emmeline Wells Hall. In addi- 
tion to special parties and exchanges, 
they held a monthly culture night, 
monthly family night, periodic inter- 
apartment parties. They liked contests, 
too, and sponsored an annual tug-of- 
war and an inter-department door-deco- 
rating contest plus displaying their tal- 
ents in Homecoming dorm decorations 
contests, snow sculpturing and songfest. 

Wells Hall officers included (front row) Shauna 
Sheffield, Helen Rawlins, Georgia Duche, Ranae 
Howell, (back row) Junell Crandall, Pat Weber, 
Gerry Carmen, Eldee Bangerter, Jeani McRae, and 
Ardean Toler. 




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Fras/ raw: Frankie Redden, Karen Wheelwright, Barbara Hutchings, Lynell Kynaston, Linda Miller, Elsyne Hinckley. Back row. Beth Ricks, Rama 
White, Leilani Chalker, LaDona McMurdie, Loa Freer, Susan Ward, Belva Richins, Janet Hutchings, Arlea Gibson, Judy Larsen, Elaine McCoy, 
Barbara Holvik, Janice Neilson, Carolyn Brandt, Carol Crismon, Kathleen Reeve, Lynn Greenhall, Glenda Lee, Barbara Wagner, Jean Hust, 
Marjorie Hyde, Linda Fairclough, Nancy Homer, Diane Hillard, Katherine Thompson. Left balcony: Judy Phelps, Neta Maxwell, Judy Home, 
Leilani Beleele, Durinda Predmore. Right balcony: Linda Scott, V-Ann Warner, Shirley Smurthwaite, Karen Schwartz, MinNette Woodard, Susan 
Day. 

Lucy Mack Smith Hall won housing trophy 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Senior Resident 



V-Ann Warner 

Linda Conrad 

Darlene Senke 

Linda Scott 



Homecoming housing sweepstakes tro- 
phy was won by the women of Lucy 
Mack Smith Hall. They kept their social 
slate filled with a Thanksgiving ban- 
quet, Christmas party, exchange dinners 
with their sister hall, culture nights, 
buddy parties, a slumber party, dinner- 
dance, sponsored Monte Smith as Most 
Preferred Man and participated in dis- 
playing Trousseau Treasures during 
Women's Week. Linda Lee Scott was 
senior resident. 



Luck Mack Smith Hall officers included Darlene 
Senke. Linda Conrad, Linda Scott, and V-Ann 
Warner. Members of LM Smith Hall collected 
money to buy decorations for the dorm Christmas 
tree. 



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Bottom row. Mariana Meyers, Andrea Pulley, Diane Murdock, Sherry Albrethsen, Julie Alder, Arlene Taylor, Liela Wert, Juan Hiclcey, Maryane 
Payne, Ann Nichols, Susan McGuire, Carolyn Snapp, Francis Turner, Marie Hanks, Margarie Cooper, Moana Rogers, Katy Shumway, Julie Harris, 
Joann Harris. Top row. Diane Tipton, Joan Lovenbury, Cheriane Greathouse, Beverly Johnson, Karla Jensen, Peggy Thane, Aria Culver, Karen 
Edwards, Charmaine Crowder, Sandra Egan, Carol Ford, Liz Quinn, Lydia Moody, Linda Crow, Cynthia Williams, Kay Thomas, Sharron Haag, 
Carolyn Creer, Payla Carlston, Linda Weber, Elaine Peart, Linda Reese, Sue Stewart. Judy Payton, Kathy Thompson, Gay Hagburg, Dorothy Cook, 
Gretchen Ehr, Tana Hopkin. 

Coeds in Carroll Hall entered campus competition 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Social 
Historian 
Family Prayer 
Culture 
Art Director 



Sharon Haag 

Kay Thomas 

Elizabeth Quinn 

Carolyn Snapp 

Sherry Albrethsen 

Carolyn Creer 

Cynthia Williams 

Aria Culver 




The 72 women in Carroll Hall became 
"aunts" when dorm mother Evelyn Niel- 
son had a baby boy shortly after school 
commenced. Dorm dad Allen was a 
graduate studying agronomy. 
Carroll Hall social life began with a 
dorm breakfast. The rest of the year 
was filled with exchanges, parties, talent 
shows and firesides. 



Under the warmth of an automatic hair dryer 
a coed could relaxe and do her studying at 
the same time lounging on her bed. 




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Bottom row: Jim Rawls, Barbara Rawls, Gloria Jacobsen, Janice Taylor, Reva Carter, Sherri Jensen, Marian Brockhoff, Clair Brockoff, 
Ann McLeod, Ann Bunker, Kola Pehrson, Clydene Rytting, Linda Trusty, Bobbi Tanner, Donna Nelson, Frances Ammons, Jolene Bunker, 
Shirley Thayne, Gene Hinckley. Top row: Rae Ann Talley, Lynne Robertson, Debbie Talley, Karen Moss, Kathy Keith, Georgianne Hare, 
Delores Monson, JoAnn Eckersley, Rayjean Hydeman, Trelva Johnson, Sherre Auemig, Karen Miller, Leslie Nims, Lynne Blackum, 
Linda McCarty, Martha Duker, Sydney Baton, Sandy McClain, Barbara Taylor, Cathy Kearl, Janice Bilbiland, Linda Tolman, Terry 
Sowers, Carol Searle. 

Fugal Hall's "Moonlight" Invitational glowed 



Fugal Hall officers included Gloria Jacobsen, Karen Miller, Janice Taylor, and Trelva Johnson 

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President 

Vice President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Social 

Historian 

Family Prayer 



Janice Taylor 

Pat Ford 

Grelva Johnson 

Gloria Jacobsen 

Judy Parks, 

Catherine Kearl 

Nola Pierson, 

Ann Bunker 



"Moonlight and Roses" was the theme 
of Fugal Hall's invitational held in 
March. Fugal had various exchanges, 
held openhouse during Homecoming, 
had an awards banquet at which time 
new officers were installed. Some of the 
women of Fugal spent time helping the 
patients at the Utah State Mental Hos- 
pital. The dorm also participated in in- 
tramural activities. Barbara and James 
Rawls were dorm parents. 



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Front row: Darlene Moore, Joye Williams, Shari Spiro, Nita Hilton, Betty Christensen, Keren Jones, Marie Kilvington, Sheila Allsap, Judy 
Jones, Pam Isaacson, Sheila Vest, Jean Hollingshead- Second row: Lauri Hooper, Karen Hooper, Barbara LaPray, Marilyn Campbell, Judy 
Moses, Carol Fawns, Darlene Hatch, Sandy Schenk, Dandy Dean, Louise Lindsay, Uvene Haws, Rolaine Henderson, Darelyn Servoss, 
Suzanne Stuck, Nina Raddon, Arlene Christensen, Pat West, Linda Willis, Velma Summers, Ada Smith, Sharlene McClellan, Bonnie Lauper, 
Julia Laurence, Joanne Abegglen, Deni Crandal. Back row: Pat Sainsbury, Madge Schofield, Nadine Hoem, Deanne Young, Nancy Thomas, 
Carolyn Roberts, Judy Willis, Greer DeWitt, Judi Carlston. 

Gates Hall coeds shared house duties 



Gates Hall officers included Nina Raddon, Kathy Young, Pamela Isaacson, 
Carlston, Judy Willis, Karen Hooper, and Gary Hooper. 



Barbara LaPray, Judi 



President 
Vice President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 
Social Chairman 



Barbara Lapray 

Judy Willis 

Kathy Young 

Judy Carlston 

Rolaine Henderson 



Gates Hall coeds were awarded the 
scholarship trophy for fall semester 
having attained the highest GPA. The 
float they helped build was awarded the 
"most original" trophy. They held ex- 
changes, Halloween and Christmas par- 
ties, and a spring banquet. 




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VILATE M KJIMBALL HALL 




r :ii t ,„ui r«,n>» WVhh loan Smith Marcia Hall Merilee Holcomb, Heidi McKenzie, Anita Maxfield, Lana Carpen- 
fef Ta^e ^ U r p\ g r b Ed rt ding on J nte' ianiels ^^GeraS Olson, Carolyn Hazen, Sallianne Merrill, Sandra Slink, Ann Pugh, Marilyn 
BaVjean Curt Bernl Jones, g Elaine Denkers, Carol Beckstead. Top «m: Linda Staples Carol Hood Marilyr ^Cochran Bonme Nabons 
Gloria Teuller Fora Decker Phyllis Nielson, Diann Jensen, Kathy Parker, Bobin Titensor, Ceraldme Arnold, Glenda Ahls^om, Francme 
Shumwav Marsha Peterson Xndrea Thompson, Diane Hatch, Karen Bramwell, Janet Nielsen, Mary Moore, Lucy Harwood Mary Harwood, 
SZa WtoTnt Pat Fritzsche, Pat Shefer, Faye Bartholomew, Ramona Moore, Sandi Bleyl, Virginia Durrant, Mayre Rasmussen, Sheda 
Bobbs, Jo Thompson, Kaye Robinson. 

Kimball Hall heads set "engaged" tradition 



Engene and Camelia Lambert were dorm parents of Kimball Hall. Officers included 
Gefaldine Olson, Peggy Eddington, Ann Pugh, Cynthia Whiting, and Janet Nielsen. 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Publicity 
Historian 
Family Prayer 



Peggy Eddington 

Jerri Olson 

Ann Pugh 

Cynthia Whiting 

Pat Fritsche 

Carolyn Hazel 

Sharon Reed 

Jean Curtis 



Among the dorm activities were surprise 
breakfasts, talent nights, sports, an 
awards and academic banquet, and an 
unbirthday party. Every other Saturday 
morning guest speakers were invited to 
address the dorm on either a religious 
or academic subject. Girls who became 
engaged or pinned during the year were 
honored with a candle passing cere- 
mony. Dorm parents were Camelia and 
Eugene Lambert. 



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Bottom row. Donald Sedgwick, Virginia Sedgwick, Debrah Sedgwick, Janet Brunsen. Mary Lou Matkin, Diane Anderson. Amaryllis Lindsey. 
Dawn Perry, Nancy Strong, Sondra Merrell, Laurie Galligher, Karen Christensen, Karen Jensen. Ann Jackson, Paula Timmons, Norma Hadley. 
Linda Higham, Laura Barclay, Barbara Richards, Sally Miner, Mary Alice Collier, Carol McCall, Mary Lou Martin, Judy Elbourn. Lorraine Cox. 
Hilde Willenbacher. Top row: Martha Turner, Joan Roylance, Judy Roylance, Janet Burningham, Sandy Rollins, Dorothy Parsons, Marlene Ditt- 
more, Jane Wagstaff, Janet Tolman, Mary Jo Wangsgard, Clare Huber. Janelle Ray. Beth Nicol, Carol Thatcher, Ann Freestone. Kathryn Lewis. 
Susann Jarvis, Ann Madsen, Ann Clark. 



Emily Richards Hall was flooded in fall 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Historian 



Norma Hadley 

Dawn Perry 

Laura Barclay 

Vicki Liljenquist 

Miriam Osmond 

Jane Hatch 



Officers of Emily Richards Hall included Laura Barchny, Dawn Perry, Vicky Liljenquist, 
and Norma Hadley. Virginia and Donald Sedgwick were the dorm parents. 



A broken water pipe created havoc and 
hysteria in the basement of Emily Rich- 
ards Hall after a particularly hard rain. 
The water broke windows, ruined some 
of the trunks stored on the floor and left 
several girls temporarily homeless. Un- 
daunted by the inconvenience, however, 
the dorm rallied to hold exchanges with 
Helaman Halls, their annual dinner- 
dance, annual spring banquet and hon- 
ored dorm scholars with a scholarship 
night. Dorm father Donald Sedgewick 
was enrolled in the MBA program and 
dorm mother Virginia graduated from 
BYU in homemaking education. 




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Bottom rote: Shirley Leech, Susan Hammar, Diana Snow, Charlene Saxton, Janice White, Beverly Snideman, Connie Tawes, Joann Pearson, 
Janet Limburg, Val Limburg, Mary Aileen Weight, Mary Jo Weight, Howard Weight, Nancy Viella, Sharon Packer, Yvonne Neuhuys, 
Judy Mortenson, Sue Banker, Liz Johnson, Janet Wilson, Kathy Fromm, Karen Scott. Top row. Judy Smith, Sherril Willes, Sherrie Ever- 
ett, Linda Eastwood, Evalee Gifford, Bonnie Nichols, Maryann Price, Elaine Peterson, Shannon Smith, Marilyn Schaap, Claudia Davis, 
Ruth Flint, Carolyn Chilos, Ludene Lovvrey, Betty Vance, Karen Hammond, Marilyn Miller, Karen Smith, Margene Hall, Ronda Dexter, 
Kay Goudy, Linda Carter, Jayne Ravenscroft, Naomi Jacobs. 



Tingey Hall women had a "Sleighr-ide" 



Tingey Hall officers included Linda Carter, Suzanne Hall, Elizabeth Johnson, Ruth Flint, 
Linda Eastwood, Sharon Rich, and Connie Orr, Val and Jan Limburg were dorm parents. 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Publicity 



Ruth Ann Flint 

Suzanne Hall 

Linda Eastwood 

Sharon Rich 

Linda Carter 

Connie Orr 



Janet and Val Lindburg were the dorm 
parents for the women of Tingey Hall 
the past year. Val was doing graduate 
work in TV and radio technology. A 
winter "Sleighride" dinner-dance spark- 
ed the dorm's social life. They held an 
honor banquet later in the year, had a 
dorm picnic buddy party, exchanges, a 
swimming party and a fireside. Tingey 
women also tried their touch at taffy- 
pulling at a dorm taffy party. 



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Kneeling: Kathryn Keate, Irene Andrus, Lorna Reed, Susan Schultz, Margaret Matheson, Susan Jacobsen, Donna Jacobsen, Nancy Taylor, 
Karren Sarret. Botton row: Robert Peterson, Linda Peterson and baby Kimberley, Ilene Andrus, Karen Pehrson, Cathy Culbertson, Carolyn 
Beckstead, JoAnn Evans, Vonnie Schaefermeyer, Carolyn Amell, Karen Mangelson, Sharon Harmon, Sandy Higgins, Connie Palmer, Lexie 
Hill, Beverly Bird, Marilyn Ward, Carol Walt, Sandra Reasor, Nancy Niswender, JoAnn Clark, Marilyn Downs, Kathy Ross, Cheryl Hun- 
ter, Julia Whitby, Jeannine Low, Rosanne Low. Top row: Karen Dille, Dot Holgate, Francis Hughes, Nora Knoght, Wilma Wright, Eleanor 
Johnson, Laree Gumey, Detra Vogler, Marsha Glover, Pat Jesperson, JoAnn Durrant, Myrtle Shumway, LaNila Robertson, Sandy Hatch, 
Alice Callahan, Janet Croft, Pat Cheney, Marily Laudie, Lynn Wachter, Ann Hathaway, Elizabeth Ream, Nancy Kelly, Sydney Kent, 
Beverly Bowen, Becky Smith, Dee Reade, Phyllis Nelson, Marilyn Miller, Carol Mallea, Linda Ott. 

Whitney Hall coeds won intramural trophy 

Whitney Hall officers included Front row: Dorothy Reade, Sandi Reasor, Susan Schultz, 
Lorna Reed, JoAnn Durrant. Back row: Alyse Edgerton, Sydney Kent, Anne Hathaway, 
Eleanor Johnson, Nancy Kelly, and Elisabeth Ream. 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 



Sue Schulz 

Lorna Reed 

Elinore Johnson 

Alyse Edgerton 

Nancy Taylor 



Energetic Whitney Hall women copped 
the first place trophy in women's basket- 
ball intramurals. They earned a week- 
end vacation from housework by win- 
ning a slave auction of the men in their 
ward. Among their dorm activities were 
a Thanksgiving banquet, buddy parties, 
exchanges and a dinner-dance. At fam- 
ily prayer the dorm honored a personal- 
ity of the week and any engaged women 
who wished to pass the goblet. Dorm 
parents were Linda and Robert Peter- 
son. 





Bottom row: Roy Bennion, Ken Bennion, Carol Bennion, Nora Call, Eileen Mitton, Bonnie Roddick, Carol Kitchen, Jan Rice, Jeanne Stone, Carolyn 
Crandall, Pat Knowlton, Teddi Johnson, Carol Conley, Janet Taylor, Sharon Stay, Eileen Bunnell, Betty Hunsaker, Mary Roberts, Gigi Brunt, Sally 
Drawhorn, Gayle Hall, Janice Merkley. Top row. Susan Zimmerman, Carmen Spencer, LaRose Hendrix, Elizabeth Player, Mary Beth Arbon, Zan 
Avati, Janelle Riding, Ann Odell, Carole Porter, Lyn Enger, Mary Zettel, Brenda Cope, Anita Woodruff, Mary Morrison, Nancy Gail Brown, Ilene 
Michie, Pat Lewis, Karen Cassell, Kathy Wright, Roselin Nielson, Arlene Nielson, Kay Crockett, Ruth Reid, Linda Robertson, Loahnna Thron- 
hill, Jane Steed. 

Young Hall coeds were best housekeepers 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Gale Hall 

Arlene Pieper 

Betty Hunsaker 

La Rose Hendrix 



The women of Zina Young Hall dis- 
played the trophy they had won the 
year before for being the best house- 
keepers in the Heritage Halls. In addi- 
tion to holding monthly progressive din- 
ners, Young Hall women had a Thanks- 
giving dinner and a spring banquet, and 
they also held an invitational and a 
slumber party during the year. Dorm 
father Roy Bennion was working on his 
master's degree in physics. Dorm mother 
Carol was a BYU graduate. 

Young Hall officers included (front row) Kath- 
erine Wright, Pat Knowlton, Gayle Hall, Arlene 
Pieper, Gigi Brunt, (back row) Roy Bennion, 
Kent Bennion, Carol Bennion, Sharon Stay, Geor- 
gia Biddulph, Carrole Porter, and Loahnna Thorn- 
hill. 



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Front row. Babette Petty. Barbara Livingston, Gloria Sobek, Linda Shaw, Margaret Lang, Gayle Linda Richee, Joan Longhurst, Marjorie Silver, 
Iva Thompson. Virginia Poole. Second row. Louise Winevaid, Judy Stephens, Sara Jane Tanner, Penny Richins, :Lynnette Rhees, Lynnette Webb, 
Ann Welch, Donna Morrison, Cynthia Nellis, Vinette Parry, Georgia Milton. Back row. Nancy Stoker, Claudia Veteto, Lee Landers, Karon Rich- 
ardson, Peggy Smith. Jan Terry, Sharon Stradling, Carol Ricks, Julie Polly. Marilyn Myers, Carolyn Pechstein, Faye Sibbett, Linda Slack, Jane 
Mathis, Gary McBride. Liesel McBride, Darleis" McBride. 

Amanda Knight dorm celebrated 25th year 




Oldest of the women's dormitories was 
Amanda Knight, which celebrated its 
25th anniversary by decorating its 
Homecoming float like a birthday cake. 
Each semester the dorm held a formal 
dinner to honor all of the women who 
had birthdays during that time. Women 
brought their favorite fellows to the 
Leprechaun Ball, the Amanda Knight 
Invitational. In the spring the dorm 
went Polynesian to sponsor its tradi- 
tional luau. 

Amanda Knight was one of the four wo- 
men's dormitories which provided both 
room and board facilities. 



The Amanda Knight Dorm Council included 
(from row) Gary McBride, Leisel McBride. Jane 
Matthis, Berthene Elvin. Vickie Brent, Bobette 
Petty, (back row) Karon Richardson, Patricia 
Jackson, Julie Polly, and Linda Mertz. 



Amanda Knight 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 
Social Chairman 



Julie Ann Polly 

Marilyn Forsythe 

Marcia Halladay 

Patricia Jackson 

Babette Petty 

Lynda Mertz 



Amanda Knight Hall Family Council included 
(front row) Pennie Richins, Pamela Harrison, 
Evelyn Marie Brown, Jane Matthis, (back row) 
Carol Gold, Ann Welch, Ginny Goodsell, June 
Christensen, Berthene Elvin. 



Front row. Marilyn Forsyth, Camille Bastian, Clare Lou Hoppe, Marie Brown, Celia Johnston, Terri Horrocks, Betty Hansen, Anelladee Cooper, 
Gloria Garcia, June Christensen, Diana Dewey. Second row: Kris Allred, Lonnie Gilbreath, Carol Anderson, Edlyn Anderson, Jeanie Browning, 
Lynette Bowers, Margaret Grafuis, Diane Dishinger, Judy Goddard, Janet Franson, Joan Anderson, Carol Anderson, Diane Heesch, Berthene 
Elvin, Patricia Jackson. Back row: Carol Gold, Helen Cody, Ann Collins, Marsha Cerny, Marcia Jensen, Carol Ingram, Ginny Goodsell, Pam 
Finnigan, Sue Caraway, Ann Caraway, Sue Henderson, Bonnie Acomb, Betty Calic, Janean Hanks, Wanda Cowart, Lynn Brookhauser, RaNae Hadley, 
Judy James, Cheryl Crawley. 




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Active Terrace 7D-C coeds copped honors 




Front row: Jane Lyons, Gail Christiansen, Sharron Ossmen, Kathy Lusk, Carolyn Burt, Linda Pierce, Linda Peters, Sister Prengel and Becky, Andrea 
Olsen, Maline Cropper. Second row: Virginia Parrish, Sharon Parrish, LeAn Wiley, Charlene Sant, Alice Pelletier. Back row: Kathleen Devitt, Laura 
Searle, Christine Cox, Dorothy Hill, Donna Scott, Carolyn Hunt, Janice Robinson, Susan Warner, Elaine Lemon, Charlotte Sandberg, Melodic 
Matheny, Ruth Romeril, Linda Nielsen, Gale Liebsack- 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 



Melody Metheny 

Sharon Parrish 

Delyse Hansen 

Linda Owen 

Maline Cropper 



Cooperation from the women of dorms 
7 C and D of Wymount Terrace helped 
their housing quad to win first place for 
women's housing decorations during 
Homecoming. They also won honors for 
having the most humorous Homecom- 
ing float. They entered two candidates 
in the Belle of the Y contest. They had 
two exchanges, a culture night and a 
St. Patrick's Day buddy party. Kay and 
Roger Prengel acted as dorm parents. 
Roger was majoring in English. 



Getting up in the morning always included a ritual of stretching and yawning and shaking 
off the effects of going to bed too late. In fact, more classes were missed because of sleep- 
ing in than any other prominent cause. 




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Terrace coeds in IB and C shared dessert 




Front row. Karen Larkin, Marilyn McNiel, Andrea Lee, Shannon Robison. Second row: Ellen Tomlin, Sharon Sessions, Laurel Hogan, Beverly 
Davis, Jeanette Johnston, Lee Heath, Karen King, Sandra Hutchcraft, Bonnie Bain, Luanne McClellan, Marianne West, Cherilyn Jacobsmeyer, Lynn 
Hicken, Carol Pryor, Rosemary Henley, Shirley Hart, Linda Evans, Sharon McWhirt, Judy Baker, Meg Evans, Rosalie McKay. Back row: Kay 
Rydatch, Jeane Young, JoAnn Whittier. 



Hugh Nibley addressed a gathering of the coeds who lived in Complex One, Buildings B 
and C, as a part of their culture program. 



President 


Karen Espe 


Vice President 


Mina Richins 


Secretary 


Margaret Ellis 


Treasurer 


Andrea Lee 


Historian 


Pam Crosby 



Halls B and C of Wymount Terrace 
were organized as one unit composed of 
98 women under head resident Mrs. 
Karolla Carman. Women in the halls be- 
gan the tradition of exchanging desserts 
with another apartment each Thursday 
night. They frequently invited guest 
speakers to evening family prayer. Santa 
came early in the morning to deliver 
their Pixie presents at a dorm breakfast. 
In the spring they had an invitational 
appropriately themed "Younger than 
Springtime." 




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Front row: Nancy Hawk, Deena Hopkins, Donna Kremer. Bobbie White, Barbara Grumen, Trudy Rhoton, Diana Davies, Kathy Clark. Second 
row. Susan Willmore, Delores Marquez, Linda Arnett, Karen Espe, Suzanne Pedeu, Carol Wright, Kathy Johnson, Willie Etchevery, Sandy Sterger, 
Julianne Crowley, Linda Winder, Sue Thorstensen. Third row: Karen Wik, Gayle Hasleton, Becky Rees, Bobbi Johnson, Kay Horn, Kathy Leighton, 
Mary Ginn, Dee Davis, Shauna Bowen, Barbara Ellsworth. Back row: Marianne Fames, Linda Henion. 



Wymount, Complex B and C officers included (front row) Susan Willmore, Margaret 
Ellis, Sherry McKay, Pam Crosby, Manly McNiel, (back row) Mina Richins, Andrea Lee, 
Judy Baker, Karen Espe, Meg Evans, and Cherilyn Jacobsmeyer. 




Karulla Carmen, Dorm Mother 




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Italian patio party held by Terrace 1A-B 




Ftoni rou: Eileen Anderson. Nancy Anderson. Joan Aaron. Carol Tanner, Carmen Calderwood, Lynn Kennard, Virginia Humphries, Irene Canning, 
Sharon Heath, Joan Brinsmead. Carol Young. Diane Youngblood, Pamela Harris. Ghenia Phelps, Connie Bruce, Elenor Glazier, Norma Christen- 
sen. Second rou-. JoAnne Cochean. Sandra Rushton. Bod row. Sharlene Stone, Ada Johnson, Marcia Ballard. Bonna Atwood, Sylvia Smith, Margaret 
Cain. Pat Klingman. Pamela Kimball, Stella Bowen. Suzanne Bateman. lone Beutler, Caroline Bell. 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Historian 
Family Prayer 
Scholarship 



Carolyn Kennard 

Susan Nelson 

Mary Ann Black 

Connie Clark 

Sylvia Smith 

Connie Bruce 

Margaret Ashby 

Bonnie Bybee 



The combined Wymount Terrace units 
A and part of B were under the guid- 
ance of dorm parents Boberta and Ste- 
phen Clark. The women of these halls 
joined with the rest of Wymount Ter- 
race for a catered Italian patio dinner 
with the Program Bureau providing en- 
tertainment. They decorated a Christ- 
mas tree and had a dance afterwards, 
held culture nights, exchanges, dinners 
and an invitational. 



When coeds moved into Wymount Terrace 
apartments, they found they had to keep house 
in addition to keeping up with their studies. 



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These were last women in Knight Mangum 




Front row: Shirley Waite, Susan Williams, Shirley Santos, Sara Taylor, Janet Ereckson, Diane Shean, Elaine Smith. Dorette Rose, Second row: Mar- 
cia Barrett, Claudette Fueston, Roxene Geddes, Toni Jones, Nancy Hansk, Paula Deschamps, Rose Weidenheimer, Glenna Eccker, Ada Gray, Judy 
Thompson, Margo Sevier, Sandy Wayman, Nancy Hanks. Third row; Bernice Smeal, Terry Rosha, Ev Lynn Stott, Barbara Simms, Eloise Barms, 
Mary Ann Blair, Lynn Richardson, Sharon Roylance. Ginger Erekson, Bronwyn Hughes. Virginia Lotzman, Mardy Sobin. Bad row: Annette Kow- 
laski, Kathy Barnes, Jeanne Hopkins, Dorinda Lowman, Donna Whitter, Sylvia Noyes, Diana Derr, Margaret Blackham, Gloria Johnson, Mary 
Tischnever, Lori Peay, Bonnie Weise. 

"Mother Wore a Beard" was the theme 
of the assembly which Knight Mangum 
presented. They held openhouse during 
Homecoming where they displayed in- 
dividual desk decorations and lobby 
decorations that showed examples of 
the crafts or talents of Knight Mangum 
women. At Christmas they had a door 
decorating contest. They had an autumn 
birthday dinner, a spring Honors Ban- 
quet, culture nights, a Hawaiian luau 
with plants from Hawaii, made Song- 
fest finals and placed high in women's 
intramurals. Carol and Vern Bean were 
their dorm parents. 

Knight Mangum officers included {front row) 
Stevie Kraus, Geralyn Goo, Carol Westover, 
Carol Bean, Vern Bean, Shirley Waite, Karen 
Lyon, (back row) Delores Jones, Marcia Bar- 
ratt, Ginger Erekson, Elain Smith, Tina Hunt, 
Mary Tieschner, Sue Brown, and Lori Peay. 

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Knight Mangum 




From row: Judy Ballard, Joyce Bingham. Elaine Goodman, Karen Lee, Sue Grannis, Diana Duncan. Linda Robinson, Norma Reid. Second row: 
Sue Calder, Evelyn Ingebrigtsen, Sharon Carter, Sharon Brusco, Jeanne Hayes, Stevie Kraus, Arlene Porter, Sharon Parker, Mary Lisonbee, Carole 
Westover. Third row: Charlene Oaks, MaLinda Clark. Dinah Ford, Roberta Rylie, Theresa Rush, Dixie Allred, Donna Chanslor, Delores Jones, 
Marva Mounteer, Theda Smith, Stella Smith. Back row: Linda Chadwick, Sue Brown, Raeone Christensen, Joanne Gray, Beth Clark, Judy Eccles, 
Jan Evertson, Sandy Law, Elizabeth Baird. Barbara Hatch, Marilyn Hardy 



Knight Mangum social area ping pong tables provided hours of fun. Continuous efforts were made at keeping the wardrobe in fine fettle. 




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Knight Mangum 




Front row: Pat Frame, Karen O'Hara, Marilyn Hover, Mary Lou Pyne, Gery Goo, Jill Hawkins, Kit Lawson, Karen Kennedy, Carol Bingham, 
Nancy Wilcox. Second row: Lura Fitzpatrick, Heather Hunter, Shirley Dray, Carol Larch, Janet Slade, Mary Ellen Baird, Jane Murray, Carleen 
Mikesell, Carol Brehm, Karen Lyon, Lorna Little, Lynette Taylor, Una Kay Lea. Third row: Carol Peebles, Linda Malin, Nancy Alway, Karen 
Anderson, Maureen Lynch, Linda Lord, Joanne Croft, Cheryl Allred, Dixie Peterson, Diane Sargeant, Sherry Christensen, Dinah Malone, Margaret 
Butler. Back row: Tina Hunt, Mary Westing, Amy Owen, Kathy McQuen, Linda Houck, Karen Seamons, Colleen Olson, Brenda Adams, Linda 
Mortenson, Cheryl Smith, Nora Lehmen, Teresa Ricci, Phyllis Brennan. 




President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 



Marcia Barratt 

Lori Peay 

Sue Brown 

Geralyn Goo 

Ginger Erekson 



Dorm television sets made it possible for many 
coeds to view conference from historic Temple 
Square in Salt Lake City in October and April. 



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Budge Hall officers included (front row) Betty Gledhill, Norma Verhaaren, Jan Nix, Jay 
Thueson, Barbara Theuson, Jeanne Hamilton, Ann Murphy, Diana Gray, (back row) Mar- 
garet Fowles, Joan Erickson, Lynne Doxey, Jean Criddle, Patty Michaelson, Carolyn Michael- 
son, Myreel Lewis, Bea Goff, and Pamela Bisel. 




Casualness marked dorm life when coeds met in various rooms to talk about recent events. 

"Dream" Invitational highlighted 
:e Hall coeds social activities 



Budg< 



In 1959, one year after Helaman Halls had been opened for men's 
housing, Budge and Merrill Halls were opened to women in answer to 
the pressing demand for more housing facilities. 

This year the 234 women in Budge Hall had a dorm invitational 
which was planned along the theme "Dream of the Golden Locust." 
They joined in the festive spirit of Homecoming by having a float, 
display and openhouse. They had exchanges, entered Songfest, had a 
Christmas party and a dorm banquet. The Intercollegiate Knight 
Duchess was from Budge. Acting as dorm parents for Budge Hall were 
Barbara and Jay Theuson. Among the dorm officers were Janice Nix, 
president; Norma Verhaaren, Jeanne Hamilton, vice president; Diana 
Gray, Pam Bissell, social chairmen; Bette Gledhill, secretary; Ann 
Murphy, treasurer; Joan Erickson, historian. 

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Many hours were spent by coeds primping 
and brushing hair in front of the mirror. 




Study time was crammed into many spaces 
including hair drying and lounging on the 
bed. 




Budge GR-1 GR-2 




Front row: Karren Nicholl, Chris Lewis, Alexa Spencer, Jan White, Karen Murrdoe, Billie Oberhansly, Judy Bisel. Second row: Chris Kent, 
JoAnn Schmidt, Karen Lynn, Betty Barnes, Caroline Brady, Shirley Folkerson, Sandy Kearl, Margaret Evans, Betty Barton, Diane Cril- 
ton, Elaine Waddel. Back row: Alice Brooks, Lynette Herlin, Gean Grant, Barbara Brooks, Barbara Olsen, Marion Monson, Sandy Millet, 
Sydney Smith, Donna Hilton, Nadene Clevenger, Nancy Wurston, Carma Moore. 



Front row: Pam Bisel, Bette Gledhill, Lois Griffin, Carolyn Smith, Cathy Conley, Cathy Hales, Susan Seward, Karen Janes, Jeanette 
Peterson, Marina Harrison, Linda Thomas, Kathy Wood. Back row: Ilene Wardle, Marty Armstrong, Bonnie Graham, Margaret Gardner, 
Judy Warnick, Holly Gudmundson, Ardis Bell, Dian Green, Glenda Pratt, Rosanne Chapman, Pam Kimball, Sue Hudson, Linda Hansen, 
Julie Greding. 




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Budge GR-3 GL-1 







Front row: Marilyn Dunkerley, Dixie Adams, Marcene Manning, Willie Nielson, Alta Lemmond, Karen Peterson, Pat Murrey, Janet Holmes, 
Eileen Zaugg, Marilyn Miller, Pamela Morley. Back row: Lynne Barber, Carmen Sampson, Patricia Michaelson, Jill Clark, Janet Mottage, 
Jennifer Farmer, Mary Middleton, Marva Loader, Jan Wallis, Lynne Webb, Jeanne Hamilton. 



Front row: Kathy Braithwaite, Marielen Wadley, Shirlyn Hoyt, Joan Erickson, Cheryl Eoalson, Shirley Brown, Carolyn Croxford, Rosemary 
Bosil. Second row: Dawn Chambers, Pam Shriver, Irene Excell, Maria Van Gemeran, Barbara Alexander, Nancy Gibson, Irene Franklin, 
Linda Anderson, Paulette Armstrong, Pat Nielsen. Back row: Margaret Fowles, Karen Bateman, Ilene Carter, Tiffany Snow, Sharann Cross, 
Melanie Stanks, Mickey Bremer, Rosemary Jarvis, Ann Finlayson. 




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Budge GL-2 GL-3 




Front row: Gail Hayaski, Judy Miller, Sandy Hinson, Sarah Douthitt, Artatee Toth, Sherry Heder, Eva Johnnie. Second row: Charlotte 
Smith, Rosanne Tueller, Katherine Rich, Jean Criddle, Karen Humphreys, Dawn Jones, Jan Nix, Jill Doxey, Bonnie Bouthitt, Lynn Doxey, 
Amy Tuck. Back row: Pat Taylor, Jody Alsteht, Anita Mattingly, Donna Sites, Jameal Nelson, Carolyn Fositl, Alice Cole, Marie Hunt, 
Karen Dyal, Stephanie Kraus, Arline Porter, Nancy Orme. 



Front row: Karen Gardner, DaShael Evans, Pam Sharp, Pat Ormsbee, Ann Murphy, Delores Larson, Tonya Mackley, Linda Malone, 
Norma Verhaaren, Georgia Lyon. Back row: Annene Folley, Susan Hansen, Ruth Davis, Sharon Carter, Kristin Scot, LaRae Hartsfield, 
Linda Wagner, Gloria Whipple, Deann Ekins, Myreel Lewis, Susan Briton. 




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Merrill Hall officers included (front row) Joanie Shaw, Lola Goff, Sue Perry, (back raw) 
Nancy Elliot, Nancy Bridges, Kathryn Whyte, and Jeaneen Merrill. 




Senior residents and head residents of Merrill Hall included (front row) Connie Pope, Brent 
Pope, Judith White, Judy Miller, Marilyn Brown, (back row) Carl Pope, Lynn Baker, Connie 
Gerrard, and Tamara Wagner. 

Belle of the Y resided in Merrill 
with 233 other dorm women 

Merrill Hall was one of the only two women's dormitories included 
among Helaman Halls. They also shared the food line in Cannon 
Center with the men's dorms. Socially, Merrill women participated in 
several school activities including holding open house for Homecom- 
ing and entering a float in the parade. The Belle of the Y resided in 
Merrill Hall, and Merrill's candidate placed among the ten most pre- 
ferred men on campus. 

They took third place honors in Songfest. They had exchanges with 
John and Stover Halls, had a "Dutch Delight" invitational, united 
for a dorm banquet and for family prayer. They also had a culture 
night based on what men considered to be the "'ideal girl." 
Dorm parents of Merrill Hall were Connie and Karl Pope. Officers 
were Lola Goff, president; Sue Parry, vice president; Nancy Elliot, 
secretary; Beth Bennett, treasurer; Nancy Bridges, social chairman. 

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Coeds spent a great deal of time ironing 
and sewing on their wardrobes to keep well 
groomed. 




When the library seemed too far away, 
manv dorm women took advantage of their 
own studv area. 




Merrill HR-1 HR-2 




Front row: Karen MacDonald, Joy Stavig, Bent Christensen, Moana Stone, Sandra Lowther, Karen Quinton, Marti Meyers, Alyce Ostler, 
Ann Sounson, Melve Peart, Dawna Ward. Second row: Cheryl Jones, Marilyn Wrigley, Joan Butterworth, Susan Butler, Karen Bridge, 
Ann Suley, Jeanne Luck, Markay Daniels, Kolene Mills, Marilyn Daines, Saundra Harrison. Back tow: Vivian Paulsen, Katherine Bennion 
Beverly Sell, Sherri Larch, Connie Collins, Jacqi Warner, Arlene Gernet, Marilyn Brown, Merle Hendrickson, Claire Hendrickson. 



Front tow: Judy Miller, Ardie Kunz, Irene Allen, Erlyn Gould, Diana Love, Jeanne Muir, Dianne Mullet. Second row: Renee Roberts, 
Liz Doty, Tamera Whitesides, Ruth Carr, Roberta Wood, Linda Jordan, Marie Henderson. Back row: Sharon Anthony, Joan Hullinger, 
Marilee Forsha, Marilyn Sabey, Sherene Taylor, Janet Stirland, Nikki Chamberlain. 




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Merrill HR-3 HL-1 




Front row: Billie Near, Sharon Rammell, Diane Gill, Nancy Gridges, Pat Felshaw, Dottie Woolley, Lindee Woolley, Karen Monson, Roma 
Christensen, Diane Kreitzer. Second row: Kristin Call, Verlie Stevens, Annette Turley, Barbara Tucker, Birdie Stevens, Joan Muir, Joyce 
Cox, Marily McGrath, Tamara Wagner, Meredith Nielson, Sandra Loughton, Carolyn Sill. Back row. Ann Cansler, Gerie Hutchings, Kathryn 
Whyte, Sue Mason, Nancy Pickett, Sharon Bodily, Elizabeth Hatch, Cheryl Schow, Sue Scott, Evelyn Barrus, Karen Reed. 

Front row: Nancy Forbis, Carolyn Yeates, Linda Haslam, Florence Jex, Helen Humpherys, Kathleen Baker, Carol Richardson, Susan 
Clark, Kathleen Rappleye, Lucille Dick, Louise Walker. Second row: Nancy Elliott, Michele Whalan, Alice Pelletier, Alma Don Mc- 
Arthur, Gaylynn Wardleigh, Mary Alice Taylor, Marlene Mackie, Nancy Sounders. Back row: Lynette Cutto, Orpha Ann Brown, Sheryl 
Jamison, Jackie Anderson, Danna Robinson, Joanie Shaow, Kathy Easton, Rhonda Cutts, Cherlene Todd, Connie Gerrard. 




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Merrill HL-2 HL-3 




Front row: Ginny Goodson, Peggy Thomander, Ann Kartchner, Diann Ballard, Olivia Roos, Metta Gunther, Patricia Garrett, Carol Holty, 
Burl Smith, Carolyn Reading, Myra Palmer. Second row: Linda Love, Lynn Kittinger, Marilyn Miller, Virginia Newman, Linda Skousen, 
Kay Taylor, Charlott Cook, Karen Arnell, Deva Oaridge, Linda Markham, Marilee Barton, Ann Mitchell. Back row: Charlotte Bemotski, 
Marion Stewart, Judy White, Carolyn Jones, Marcia Swift, Susan Myers, Sylvia Fisher, Caryn Caldwell, Marie Denning, Judy Wahlen. 

Front row: Arline Bjorkman, Ann Gilbert, Leslie Cameron, Lora Gill, Lou Christensen, Anna Daines, Brigitte Furby, Karen Daniels, 
Brent Grampp. Second row: Deanne Romney, Doris Mouseley, Crystal Stock, Marcia Fife, Liz Eastman, Connie Piggott, Emalou Webb, 
Nancy Harris, Cindy Chalk, Sharon Barksdah. Back row: Judith Miller, Judith Henderson, Ann Haynie, Tamara Morgan, Lola Goff, 
Tracy Rother, Carol Smith, Dahnelle Herbert, Lynda Glazier, Karen Smith. 




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Chipman Hall officers included Bob Lippmann, Vic Forsnes, and Bill Raventos. 

Men in Chipman dorm actively 
participated in campus social life 

Although most of the men's dorms held the majority of their activities 
by floors or wings and seldom united as one unit, Chipman Hall met 
regularly each Sunday night for combined family prayer. During 
Homecoming they also joined forces to make and decorate a float and 
their dorm, and they won honorable mention for their efforts in both 
categories. 

Among their cosial activities was a Hawaiian luau which they held in 
the spring. They held exchanges with various women's dorms during 
the year. The entire second floor was designated as the academic 
floor for fellows with the highest grade point standings. 
Mrs. Gwendolyn Gwynn was the head resident for Chipman. Dorm 
officers included Vic Forsnes, president, Bill Raventos, vice president 
and Bob Lippmann, secretary-treasurer. 

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Mail call at the boxes in Cannon Center 
and study were daily routines not often 
missed. 




Chipman CR-1 CR-2 




From row: Charles Shipp, Ray Hendrickson, Gary Bricker. Emil Cheney. Bob Godbold, Doug Stevenson. Second row: Roy Erickson. Rich Weaver. 
Norman Wright, Jay Peterson, Roy Parke, Evan Payne, Paul Rice, Keith Berger. Third row: Max Jensen, Richard Christensen, George Barley, Sandle 
Mechlesprange. Ray Ward, Gwendolyn Gwynn, John Doe, Hal Huffaker, Dave Matherly. John Schwendiman. Back row: Jim Hill, Paul Millar. 
Bill Day, Jerry Messinger, Marvin McAllister, Roger Garride. Mike Gardner. Bob Marshall. John Philly. Don Darnell. 

Front row: Ken Godwin, Kent Haws, Bob Parker, Arnold Jensen, Jim Royle, Dennis Stowell, Homer Knudsen, Allen Bergeson. Second row: Bill 
Raventos, Dennis Smith, David Manley, Richard Cope, Dennis Huish, Stan Buell, John Higgenbotham, Tony Chang, Steve Gessell, Norman 
Whiting, Mike Taffee. Back row: Jim O'Neal, Byron Liddell, Jim Hughes, Jerry MacDonald, Norbert Janes, David Boyack, Terry O'Brien, Steve 
Hanks. Jeff Staggs, John White. Duane Farrar. Paul Smith. George Stanger. Wayne Hilbig. Dan Simper. 




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Chipman CR-3 CL-1 




Front row: Gary Rudd, Brent Hancock, Gary Cannon, Gary Burley, Sterling Thomas, Rich White, Bob Mosley, Dennis Clarke. Second row: Al 
Egbert, Joel Lambson. Khaled Sadoon, Leon Mendenhall, Ed Creasy, Dave Goold, Al Sanderson, Walt Grames, Scott Nickle, Dave Hopper, Ken 
Long, Kirk Galbraith, Leonard Parker. Third row: Howie Waldvogel, John Widmar, Ron Morgan, Dan O'Berry, Gwendolyn Gwynn, Jan Jonson, 
Stuart Collyer, Don Tolman, Bruce Wilmoth. Back row: Jeff Jones, Larry Latsaw, Jim Johnson, Doug Specht, Gordie Hancock, Bob Adams, Tom 
Goss 

Front row: Dennis Franco, Lloyd Bingham, Alfred Moody, Dennis Parenzin, Larry Little, Brent Hanks, Trescott Jensen. Second row: Paul Colarus- 
so, Vincent Chalk, Bruce Crabtree, Craig Wickens, George Knapp, Marion Pomroy, Buckley Jensen, Duane Hanson. Third row: Robert Lippman, 
Art Berg, Russell Ballard, Vernon Dirkman, Van Johnson, Howard Quackenbush, Gwendolyn Gwynn, Frank Hill, Callis Morrill, Eugene Thorn- 
burg, Reese Howard, Reed Nielson, Laurie Lawson. Back row: McKay Winkel, John Ackerson, Flint Jackson, Mike Tracy, Elwood Zaugg, James 
Lunt, Kerry Larson, Larry Franklin, Steve Shibuya. 




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Chipman CL-2 CL-3 




Front row: Bill Brumble, Art Slaughter, Burge Thorup, Merv Wertz, Fred Klein, Darrel Morrison, Steve Skarta. Second row. Richard Gardner, 
Arnold Lunt, Dennis Edwards, Evan Arthur, Mike Mower, Dave Madsen, John Garrison. Third row: King Kimball, Mike Young, Steve Bailey, 
Tilford Wooley, Gwendolyn Gwynn, Bob Larsen, Jack Albretson, Earl Hodgkins, Nelson Lee, Rex Frehner. Back row: Ron O'Nion, Mike Pardy, 
Clark Echoles, Bob Burr, Harry Johnson, Mel Olsen, Dick Nemelka, Keith Flick, Mike Jack. 

Front row: Jan Johnson, Craig Poulsen, Lynn Anderson, Gary Underwood, Ronald Ivie. Second row: Vic Forsnes, Samuel Roser, Steven Hicks, 
Courtney Healy, Dudley Bell, Jeff Johnson, Jim Poulsen. Third row: Dillion Inouye, Richard Anderson, Ward Eccles, Llewellyn Leigh, Gwendolyn 
Gwynn, Tim VonBerg, Dave Bauer, Bob Dionne, Bryan Willis, Duane Talbot. Back row: Dennis McMurdie, Bruce Higley, Bob Jetter, Bruce 
Jorgenson, Dale Jacobsen, Bob Smith. 




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John Hall men 
tional dance. 



and their dates danced to the theme of "Silver Bells" at their annual invita 



Vera Gwilliam was dorm mother to 234 
John Hall men during the year. 




John Hall officers included David Atkinson 
John Jensen, Dick Darling, and Dean Jeske. 



John Hall housed athletic varsity 
who participated in play 

"Silver Bells" was the theme of John Hall's Christmas dance. During 
Homecoming they entered dorm decorations contest and designed a 
float around the idea "If the shoe fits, wear it." 

Most of the individual floors in John Hall collected dorm fees which 
they used for pizza parties during the break between semesters. Some 
of the floors had swimming parties and dances. They also held open- 
house on a floor by floor basis. 

John Hall received recognition for its athletic demonstrations since 
many of the school's football and basketball team members lived there. 
Mrs. Vera Gwilliam was head resident for the men in John Hall. Dale 
Peterson was president of John; Lynn Collins was vice president, and 
Ron Funk was elected the dorm secretary-treasurer. 

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Typing reports for class and just relaxing 
were two major types of time consumers. 




John DR-1 DR-2 




From row Mike Hart. Roger Williams, Bob Hastings, Grey Young, Cecil Welch, Lynn Collins, Oliver McPherson, Bob Ludlow, Larry Connolly, 
Dale Wilder, David Atkinson, Kent Patterson, Back row: Earl Mclntyre, Del Goff, Larry Winward, Bob Barlow, Alan Rich, Ross Egbert, Bill Keller, 
David Schimmer, Jim Brooks, Dean Lundell, Val Snow, Tom Dutcher, Paul Bennett. 



Front row: Matthew Hirschhorn, Wyatt Kondris, Lee Radebaugh, Douglas Sturgill, Dean Jeske, Garry Bradley, Wesley Odom, Don Van Nay, 
Daniel Harrison, Dennis Hernandeen, Reid Burnett, Russel Blake, Gary Linton, Stephen Tenney. Back row: Dennis Bench, Dennis Nelson, Kenneth 
Nelson, Darrel Wilhait, Richard Smith, Theodore Ragsdale, Richard Boivie, Robert Werber, Stanford Tayson, Stanley Peterson, Glen England, 
Loren Mosher, Arnold Poutala. 




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ER-3 EL-1 




Front row: Larry Peer, Gary Graham. Kent Wiseman, Dan Curtis, Steve Wistrand, Carl Schwendiman, Dick Parry, Brent Lowe, Lewis Tippetts. 
Second row: Kent Fisher, Jim Otto, Bob Fronk, Dave Tippetts, Jim Riff, Keith Westover, Dale Mohler, Curtis Perkins, Eric Ecklund, Keith King- 
horn, Richard Bradstreet. Back row: Ron Kinzle, Gerald Watt, Richard Young, Dave Sindel, Gilbert Sanberg, Dave MacDonald, Harold Larson, 
John Jensen, Brent Laker, Dale Hilton, Joe Delong, Rodney Allen 



Front row. John McDougall, Dennis Conrad, Doug Wardell, Bruce Rygg, Jim Barry, Ron Richards, Gordon Blackham, Dick Darling, Butch 
Ogawa, Bob Turner, Darrel Smith, Bruce Nicholson. Back row: Ron Hales, Bob Summers, John Stallings, Jim Kimmel, Bob Quinney, Bruce 
Cook, Roger Dorman, Mont Jones, Jeff Livingston, Austin McNaughton, Ofate Malepeai. 




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John EL-2EL-3 




Front row. Dale Petersen, Dick Booth. Robert Harris, Roger Dixon. Second row. Gordon Bretzing, Craig Williams, Roger Lake, Melvin Walker, 
Robert Thiess. Lane Brooksby. Back row. Don Pearson, William White, Evan Whipple, T. S. Gill. Paul Malquist, Dennis Palmer, Chris Fee. 



from row. Bill Hoeft, Dean Guinn, Mike Nelson, Dave Foster, DeWayne Schwendiman. Second row. Brent Gardner, Mac Nielsen, Alan Gunter, 
Don Boulter, Jeff Mendenhall. Guttorm Landro. Back row. Jerry Hanson, Richard Eliason, Bryant Pulley, Lee Martineau, Don Gilbert, Jon 
Molen. Roger Brunt. 




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Tavlor men enjoyed the sunshine of spring weather on the basketball court outside. 

Taylor men won championships 
in intramural bowling, basketball 



Taylor Hall men proved that fellows have as much talent in the deco- 
rative line as do women when they launched a Christmas decoration 
spree. They hung the lounge with a crepe paper canopy, strung lights 
and green boughs outside the dorm to spell "Merry Christmas" and 
trimmed a tree with colored lights and baubles. A dorm plarty cli- 
maxed their work. Several of the floors had pizza parties and numerous 
exchanges with women's dorms during the year. 
One of the flors copped the all-school intramurals bowling champion- 
ship and another floor won first place in dorm basketball intramurals. 
Officers for Taylor Hall included Richard Brown, president and Alfred 
Schlag, treasurer. Head resident was Mrs. Josephine Merrill. 

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Study was often overshadowed by the 
frame of a bicycle kept inside for security. 




Stereo music and floor polishing often inter- 
rupted the tranquility of study in dorm life. 




Taylor ER-1 ER-2 




Front row Lynn Mattson Dennis Quinn, Brian Powell, Dennis Smith, Jim Davis, David Francis, Bill Hatfield. Second row Davd Payne Dale 
Skkelson'Ri hard H se r Jim Ivans, David Eldredge, Tom Stinebaugh. Roger Goennger, David Christen Leo Beus. Back rou, Jerry Ma.lory. 
Burt McCunaugh, Gary Snider, Floyd Bird, Bruce Anderson, Glenn Billings, Michael Johnson, Gary Scott, Stanley Jones. 

Front row lack Haggerty El Ray Loyd, Danny Boyle, David LeSueur, John Levck, Larry Corry, Barney Worton, Charlie Wright, Ron Holmes. 
Second rowt^o A John Che'noweth, Elliot Moon, Ron Cooley, Ed Uehling, Arnold Hult, Bruce Far ey Jere Hyder, Ralph Ey£ Alton 
Thygerson Errol Bagley, Mel Peterson, Max Hammond. Back row: Ron Ellis, Gary Jenson, Carl Larson, Brent Rowbotham, Steve E. Clark, Brent 
Cottle, David Loyd, Richard Jensen, Stan Wisniewiski, Steve Dohrman, Ray Winegar. 




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Taylor ER-3 ER-1 




Front row: George Bramlett, James Jensen, Dennis Devereaux, Charles Drake. Jay Southwick, David Monro, Randall Taylor, Samuel Young. Second 
row: Craig Jones, Ronald Nelson, Hugh Mortenson, Marvin Livingston, Dan Jorgenson, Edwin Mikesell, Robert Peterson, Harold Olson, James 
Lyle, Anthony Buccellato, Jeff Hunt. Back row: Maynard Mangelson, David Grigsley, Robert Hacken, Roger Rice, Nick Randall, Larry Peters, 
Glen Shea, Al Haines, Gary Smith, Steve Graff. 



Front row: Roger Zierenberg, John Walton, Richard Anderson, Scott Campbell, Les Flake, Lee Camp, Mike Hatch, Wayne Flowers. 
Second row: Dennis Black, Jim Harstfield, Richard Allen, Dick Abbott, Ken Jarvis, Duane Ballard, Don Jarvis, John Collins, Bob Burgoine. 
Back row: Stuart Glancy, Bob Skelton, John Dawson, Gilbert Pedersen, Al Pickering, Bob Southwick, Glen Higbee, Bob Brien, John Holda- 
way, Paul Dredge. 




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Taylor EL-2 EL-3 




Front row: Jim Balbraith, Richard Haynes, Ken Johnson, Ed Wheeler Dan Blackwelder, Howard Bybee, Paul Hansen, Ken Henry, Mike Bnnton, 
Rick Haag, Frank Kakazu. Middle row: Harvey Longhurst, Jim Gross, Dennis Nelson, Dave Foley, Richard Branson, Bob Christopherson, Terry 
Lenio, Wy'nn Eberhard, Jim Smith, Bruce Mitchell, Mike Ossola, Evan Excell. Back row: Ken Peters, Steve Bingham, Seppo Korpela, Lloyd Grange, 
Charles Clark, Joe Carlisle, Lloyd Clifton, David Shaffer, Dan Bingham, Richard Allred, Larry Miller, Richard Marlowe- 



Front row Larry Neilson, Terry Booras, Lacee Harris, Ron Savage, Terry Miller, Ronald Weber, Rulon Huntsman, Dan Bales, Don Elkington, 
Bruce Pitt Second row: Ron Julian, John Bateman, Corky Reeves, Richard Myers, Bill Marchant, Clark Jackson, Gary Kolman, Dennis Birrell, 
Severin Johnson, Ron Meeks, Lonnie Fausett, Al Schlag, Howard B- Rogers. Back row: Rex Wood, Stephen Christiansen, Keith Steward, Larry 
Kelly, Richard Brown, Larry LaPray, Mike Bianco, Leo Fish, Paige Zobell, Douglas McOmber, Jay Fowkes, Bob Thompson. 




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The float Stover Hall entered in the Homecoming parade was awarded the "most beautiful" 
trophy at the football game. 



Relaxation was achieved through strum- 
ming on a banjo or settling back and study- 
ing a book. 




Stover Hall officers included Robert Laudie, Lyman Sibbett, Don Harris, Lee Workman, Jim 
Jory, John Ord, R. Jon Ord, and Wendell Hatch. 

Stover men pushed foward 
to attain scholarship and honors 

In the true spirit of the season, the men of Stover Hall pooled the 
remnants of their holiday resources to contribute $320 to help a needy 
family have a memorable Christmas. 

Stover Hall stressed the school-wide academic emphasis move with 
stamina and vigor. They were the first dorm to organize an Academic 
Floor in which fellows had to maintain at least a 2.7 ( B- ) grade point 
average inorder to live on that floor. The total grade point average of 
Stover was second highest of all the men's dorms, losing to Hinckley 
Hall by only .2 overall average. 

Athletically Stover men were also outstanding, placing second in in- 
tramurals. Their artistic talents were equally notable since they won 
the Homecoming trophy for constructing the "Most Beautiful" float. 
Many Stover men also sported dorm sweatshirts. 



Being away from home required most fel- 
lows to do their own ironing, laundry. 



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Stover FR-1 FR-2 




Front row: Russell Bomman, Michael Batty, Richard Dahl, James Pergrossi Louis Evans, Charles Tucker. Second row: John Holladay, 
John Ogden, Chester Cluff, Bishop Harold Western, Grant Taylor, Gary Stone, Gary Remple. Third row: Massoud Salim, Thomas Hardy ^ 
Wendell Hatch, Robert Gillespie, Bruce Ford, David Richardson, Sister Jean May, James Ririe, Lyman Sibbett, David Tanner, Ted Olser^ 
William Mitton. Back row: Kenneth McAllister, Edwin Hacking, Robert Marks, David Weber, Charles Thompson, Roger Leavitt, Robert 
Hilton, John Scalmanini, Ronald Ferguson, Gregory Olmstead. 

Front row: Keith Dunn, Steve Epperson, Art Hatfield, Michael Fisher, Scott Blacklett, Wade Nielsen, Richard Bodily. Second row: Ray 
Oman, Carl Fillmore, Bishop Robert Thorn, Clyde Pearce, Don Nyberg, John Earl, Peter Trojer. Third row: Dennis Walker, Bob Bair, 
Fred Wall, Steve Kehoe, Bud Coleman, Sister Jean May, Roger Lambert, Cary Bailey, Neil Carrigan, Mac Motokawa, Aobert Bodily, Ron 
Watkins, Vaughn Benson. Back row: Don Harris, Eric Hubbard, Mike Zundell, Dale Sebring, Larry Oliver, Brent Rich, George Caste- 
leiro, Brad Weston, Dennis Conrad. 




277 



Stover FR-1 FR-2 




Front row: Tom Lythgoe, Wayne George, Manfred Laendle, Charles Shumway, Bob Jones, Jim Jory, Brent Brotherson. Second row: 
Mike Tibbette, Pat Hayes, Terry Reid, Chester Cluff, Bishop Harold Western, Grant Taylor, Amer Salti, Paul Greever. Third row: Mel 
Heaps, Bruce Kenner, Dale Haller, Lee Anderson, Jon Ord, Sister Jean May, Gordon Peters, Steve Durrant, Keith Grebe, Gil Pearson, 
Nick Andrews. Back row: Bob Rutter, Don Christensen, Pat Hellfrich, Dave Bennett, John Ball, Lloyd Taggart, Al Forbis, Tom Otter- 
strom, Bob Archon, Michael Wells. 

Front row. Mike Douglas. Richard Tibbets, Richard Haws, Fred Stout, Walter Stevens. Herman Smith, Tony Christensen. Second row: Richard 
Dastrup, Harold Redd. Bishopric, Dave Gordon, Gregg Newell. Third row: Paul Griffin. William Matheson, Gary Anderson, Read Gilgen, Norman 
Ehnke, Dave Randle, Jean May, Lynn Scoresby, Paul Suzen, Joe Watson, Mike Frame, Mike Jones, Kent Campbell. Back row: John Halversen, 
Fred Nelson. Robin Smouse, Frank Tuff, Russ Brown, Garn Wallace, Chris Toronto, Dave Terry, Lyman Clark, Kent Wright, Bob Brown, Jim 
Nerdin. 




278 



Stover FL-2 FL-3 




Front row: David Sandiff, Jerry Greenfield, Brigham Jones, Greg Folsom, James Mitchell, Wayne Sabey, David Sheppard, Dennis Coleman, 
Jim Anderson. Second row: Merrill Lofthouse, Tom Stoddard, Dick Hicken, Joe Waters, Dennis Golden, Eddie Miller, David Peterson, 
Richard Morrison, Mike Manwaring, Reese Bastian, Robert Beal, Ron Knudsen. Third row: Kent Ballantyne, Karl Beckle, Phil Ruiz, Roger 
Lunt, Tom Wheatly, Bob Gunn, Bruce Cottam, Brent Fryer, Kent Fryer, Jim Loomis. Back row: Morris Sargent, Richard Bowler, Dick 
Whiting. 

Front row: Jim Fletcher, Bill Hadfield, Robert Ford, Theodore Long, Fred Heidenreich, Thomas Jackson, Tom Martin, Barclay Smith, Stan Jackson. 
Second row: Ray Olsen, Brent Forsgren, Don Brown, Dallas Merreil, Bishop Loftis Sheffield, Jim Mitchell, Tim Cafferty, Larry Staples, Jerry Mason, 
Ron Woolley. Back row: Steve Lubeck, Lee Workman, Carl Edgar, Del Ray Maoons, Rich Frederick, Doyle Judd, Siragan Simonian, Richard Priest, 
Jean May, Dick Johnson, James Tolley, Larry Clinger, Larry Smith, Dave Seamons, Phil Woolley, Richard Turner, John Allen, Kent Memmott, 
Gary Williams. 




279 



Hinckley BL-1 BL-2 




Front row: Dave Young, Bruce Humberstone, Roger Midgley, Jim Stanard, Ken McHenry. John Hardy, Mark Whitney, Braxton Bell, Jim Koche- 
var Second row Vernon Moon, Barry Udall, James Armstrong, Larry Evans. Ramon Yargason, Chuck Kewish, Skip McGee, Craig Fowers. Rye 
Nielson, Enid Heise- Back row: Todd Reimer, Robert Paris, J. Dahzman, Merwin Grant, Rich Averett, Bruce Difloure, Richard Bailey, Michael 
Eyring, Robert Ford, Curtis Jaussi. 



Front row: Jedd Kingry, William Lethen, Dave Freeman, Lee Callister, Gerry Hart, Ross Morris, Hermann Kuebitz, Joseph McConkie Second row: 
Doug Calder, Bruce Dredge, Gary Preston, Robert Burnside, John Meyers, Doug Hansen, Carl Watkins. Back row: Craig Brown, Joe Dilg, Craig 
Norton, Tod Fischbeck, Steve Burrage, Paul Anderson, Owen Zuro, Paul Larsen, Peter Giles. 




280 



Hinckley BR-1 




Front row: John Lund, Dick Cardall, Kent MacDonald. Gary Singley, Ron Struhs, Denny Harline, Steve Clark, Terry Cressman, Jerry Smith. Second 
row: Larry West, Virgil Clark. Ken Smith, Gary Croft, Ken Frizzell, Charles Rice, Gil Torres, Mike Lund, Max Iverson, Biff McComas, Enid 
Heise, Russ Nielson. Back row: Frank Davenport, Mike Richmond, Darwin Graff, John Kennedy, David Pratt, Jerry Partridge, Don Drysdale. 
Dick Rasmussen, Bryon Mitchell, Phil Jones. 



Inter-Hall Council led Helaman activities 



The Inter-Hall Council included (front row) Richard Brown, Taylor; Elwood Zaugg. President. David Watt, Hinckley; Jim Jory, Stover, (back row) 
Dale Peterson. John; Vic Forsnes, Chipman; and Chester Cluff, secretary-treasurer. 




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Fan interest reached an all-time high as the Cougar machine began to unwind. 

1962 Football: tie for second 

in new WAC, Mitchell named 

Coach of Year, All American 

Fortie, prospects upward '63 



BYU football for 1962 proved to be a 
real news item from several points of 
view in spite of the fact that the Cats 
finished the season with a somewhat 
mediocre overall record. 
The big story was, of course, that a 
bonafide "All-American" was found 
among the Cougar ranks for the first 
time ever in the person of Eldon Fortie. 
As the season progressed and Fortie be- 
gan to record astounding gains each 
game in total offense, more and more 
people began to take notice. By mid- 
November, when he was still leading the 
entire nation in total offense, it became 
evident that he was definitely in conten- 
tion for Ail-American honors. 
Despite injuries plaguing Fortie in his 
last two college games, he was awarded 
first team AU-American by the News- 
paper Enterprises Association (NEA) 
which called him the finest back in the 
Rocky Mountain area since Byron 
"Whizzer" White. Few happenings 
could have done more to bring BYU in- 
to the football limelight. But this cer- 
tainly was not all the Cats could boast, 
for despite a mediocre beginning, WAC 
Coach of the Year Hal Mitchell brought 
his charges home in second place in the 
first season of the newly formed league. 
Cougar fans came to the games in great- 
er numbers than ever before, averaging 
16,000 persons per game. Of course this 
statistic was bulked up by the Cougars' 
home game with Utah in Ute Stadium. 
Nevertheless, the three games held in 
Cougar Stadium set an all time high for 
attendance. 

Five Cougar players were listed on the 
WAC scholarship team. They were Mike 
Conrad, Mike Brady, Devon Stone, Val 
Weenig, and Lynn Mathie. 
The obvious highpoint of the Cats' sea- 
son came at Homecoming when Coach 
Mitchell's boys took on the then unde- 
feated (and eventual Conference cham- 
pion) New Mexico Lobos. Instead of 
succumbing to the expected defeat, the 
Cougars rose to the occasion and anni- 
hilated the Lobos 27-0 in what may be 
the best game a BYU team has yet 
played. 

This type of performance, along with 
having Fortie as an attraction, was also 
enough to enable the Cats to record 
their new highs in attendance for the 
season. 



284 




Eldon Fortie prevailed on Cougar mentor Hal Mitchell to let him enter the action of the Wyoming game. 



AMONG THE GREAT — We all live vicariously. Many of us who 
can't climb one flight of stairs without puffing, charged down the 
field with Fortie . . . Many of us who wince even at the sight of a 
hypodermic needle were impervious to pain as we slammed the 
Wyoming line with Fortie. With our right shoulder taped and our 
right arm useless for anything but clutching the ball, we drove and 
spun and dug into Wyomings' end zone and put new spirit into a 
Cougar team. We did this because Eldon Fortie did it. And we were 
enriched . . .Eldon Fortie's jersey will be retired and placed in a dis- 
play case in the Smith Fieldhouse. But Eldon Fortie isn't retiring. 
From Daily Universe, Nov. 29, 1962. 

285 



Y grid machine 
started slow, 
but ended fast - 




Brigham Young University football coaching staff included (front row) Jerry Doman, Earl Lindley, Head Coach Hal Mitchell, Clint Whit- 
field, (back row) LaVell Edwards, Chris Apostol, and Glenn Tuckett. 



Y coaches led 

football charges 

with experience 



BYU 7 


U. of Pacific 


26 


BYU 21 


Arizona 


27 


BYU 12 


George Washington 


13 


BYU 28 


Colorado State 


7 


BYU 20 


Utah 


35 


BYU 27 


Montana 





BYU 21 


Utah State 


27 


BYU 27 


New Mexico 





BYU 20 


Western Michigan 


28 


BYU 14 


Wyoming 


7 


197 




170 



WAC Standings' 
W 


L 


T 


New Mexico 2 


1 


1 


Brigham Young 2 
Wyoming 2 
Utah " 1 


2 
2 
2 




1 


Arizona 1 


3 






'Arizona State ineligible because 
not enough games scheduled with 
WAC opponents. 



286 



Mitchell headed 

coaching staff 

for second year 

Cougar coaches led their charges into 
their first year of competition in the 
new Western Atheletic Conference with 
an optimistic eye to building a bright 
future as a strong member of this grow- 
ing and dynamic new group. 
Hal Mitchell began his second year as 
head football coach in an all out ef- 
fort to bring success in BYU through a 
moderated single-wing. Mitchell played 
at UCLA under the late Red Saunders 
where he gained All-PCC tackle honors. 
Clint Whitfield, another UCLA All- 
PCC selection, added greatly to Cou- 
gar coaching know-how. Earl Lindley 
played in college at Utah State in ad- 
dition to three years of professional ex- 
perience. Both Whitfield and Lindley 
coached in high school. Two other men 
who brought a wealth of playing experi- 
ence as well as coaching experience 
were Jerry Doman and LaVell Edwards. 
Doman played and coached at Oregon 
State University while Edwards played 
at Utah State and coached at Granite 
High School in Salt Lake. 
The other two who rounded out the Y 
staff included Glenn Tuckett and Chris 
Apostol. Tuckett gained his experience 
in coaching with a long tenure at West 
High School at Salt Lake while Apostol 
posted his records at Utah U. and Og- 
den High School. Rod Kimball served 
as trainer to the team with 24 years of 
experience. 




Coach Hal Mitchell piloted his Cougar team to a second place tie in the W'AC. 




287 




Cougar football 
wrap up proved 
team strong 



Fortie's ability to cut in and out among the opponents enabled him to score against Utah. 
Cougar end Gene Frantz was brought down after he had snared another pass from their backfield. 






BYU 


UOP 


First downs 


10 


23 


Yards rushing 
Yard passing 
Passes 


68 
119 

7-16 


169 

222 

12-22 


Passes intercepted 
Punt yardage 
Fumbles 


1 

33.5 
2 




38 
4 


Yards penalized 


55 


57 



A high spirited Cougar eleven drew 
first blood in the season's opener at 
Stockton, but couldn't maintain momen- 
tum against the large and rugged UOP 
linemen. BYU's only score came after 
Val Weenig's recovery of a UOP fumble. 
Fullback Kent Vance bulled his way 
over from the two yard line for the 
score. Frank Baker booted the extra 





BYU 


UA 


First downs 


22 


19 


Yards rushing 


214 


254 


Yards passing 


207 


130 


Passes 


9-16 


8-21 


Passes intercepted 


3 


1 


Punts 


1-46 


2-35 


Fumbles lost 


1 


1 


Yards penalized 


21 


57 



A hard-nosed band of Cougars sparked 
by the great running and passing of 
Eldon Fortie nearly clawed the Wild- 
cats to shreds before losing in the final 
second of play. 

Fortie was obviously the outstanding 
back on the field as he completed 9 of 
15 passes for 197 yards and carried the 
ball 24 times for 136 yards for a total 
of 333 yards for the night. The offen- 
sively superior Cougars had a 7-7 tie 
with the Wildcats at halftime. After 
Arizona scored in the third period the 
Cats came right back with a 71 yard 
scoring march climaxed by Fortie's dive 
over right guard for the TD. After an- 
other Arizona tally, the fabulous Fortie 
hit wingback Doran Merkley on a 62 
yard scoring strike. Frank Baker's third 
PAT tied the score for the third time. 
The Wildcats roared back for their last 
score and failed on the extra point. 



288 



Ys Fortie named 

as first team 

Ail-American 

The presence of Eldon Fortie in the 
1962 Cougar backfield will be remem- 
bered by fans after many seasons have 
come and passed. But the familiar num- 
ber 40 jersey will never be worn or 
seen again in the Cat backfield, because 
it was retired to the trophy case, after 
Fortie had set 21 new records in the 
Cougar football books. This was the first 
athletic number ever retired by the uni- 
versity. A singular honor bestowed on 
BYU's Newspaper Enterprise Associa- 
tion All-America choice. Fortie was 
named the outstanding back in eight of 
ten games he played in. The WAC cited 
him three times. He was named "back of 
the week" by Sports Illustrated and the 
Associated Press. Eldon was invited to 
play in three bowl games: the Hula 
Bowl, the North-South Bowl, and the 
Ail-American Bowl. Fortie lost out to 
Oregon State's Terry Baker for top of- 
fensive yardage in the nation after lead- 
ing that department for eight games. 
Fortie's injuries in the Western Michigan 
game prevented him from maintaining 
the lead. 

Eldon Fortie sported his NEA All-America crest. 

A last minute grab by an Arizona University player did not prevent Fortie from churning into the end zone for another touchdown against the Cats. 





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Won -loss record did not reflect strength, ability 

Front row. Kent Nance, Butch Ogawa, Bill Nelson, John Malarsie. Second row. Jack Linder, Dick Darling, Charlie Bell, 
Marshall Hall. Third row. Joe Dillworth, Roger DuPaix, Jim Arnout, Jay Vesterfelt, Naren Farner. Fourth row. Devon 
Stone, Mike McCoy, Dennis Smith, Columbus Boone. Back row. Steve Jessee, Lynn Mullenaux, Dave Mayng, Mike 
Brady, John Wilson, Hal Neighbors, Frank Baker, Dick Johnson. 

290 



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of Cougar football team during '62 campaign-- 

Fron< rou>: Eldon Fortie, Phil Brady, Doug Wardell, Grover Garvin. Second row: Gordon Blackham, Gene Frantz, Dor- 
an Merkley, Rick Ashmore, Alan Robinson, Dennis Carlston. Third row. Mike Conrad, Bob Barrow, Bill Marriot, Dan 
Mahana, Barry Corchnoy. Fourth row: Bob Tennison, Val Weenig, Paul Knoblaugh, Dean Stringham. Back row: Jeff Liv- 
ingston, Glen Richardson, Dick Wood, Dan Taylor, Bruce Smith, Guy Hale, Mike Jacobsen, Lynn Mathie, Lloyd Smith, 
Jim Kimmel. 

291 





Cougar John Malarsie (34) was brought to a grinding stop by two hard-hitting Arizona sophs. 





BYU 


GWU 


First downs 


15 


11 


Yards rushing 


400 


206 


Yards passing 
Passes 


27 
2-11 


40 
3-6 


Passes intercepted 
Punts 


2 
2-38 


1 
6-37 


Fumbles lost 


1 


1 


Yards penalized 


30 


5 





BYU 


UU 


First downs 


20 


14 


Total yards 


342 


242 


Yards rushing 


206 


211 


Yards passing 


136 


31 


Passes 


7-17 


5-12 


Passes intercepted 





4 


Yard penalized 


50 


15 



In their first meeting ever with the Colonials the Cougars put together 
a polished offense and seemingly had the game sewed up until the 
easterners got a sustaind drive going and scored with a minute left to 
play. A sparkling 75 yard Eldon Fortie ramble put the Cougars out in 
front after a 6-6 tie. Fortie also scored the first TD. 



Although the Cougars won the battle of statistics, they were almost 
never in the game after their first quarter miscues. Cougar scores 
came on sophomore Phil Brady's brilliant 92 yard kickoff return in the 
second quarter, in the fourth on Fortie's 18 yard twister up the 
middle, and his last ditch pass to end Lloyd Smith which covered 26 
yards. Frank Baker booted two out of three PAT's. 
Traditionally tough arch rival Utah had the bigger line and this 
seemed to be the difference. The Cougars were on par with the Red- 
skins on the ground and better than the Utes in the air. Several fum- 
bles and four pass interceptions thwarted Cat hopes time and again. 

292 






BYU 


CSU 


First downs 


12 


7 


Yards rushing 


203 


132 


Yards passing 
Passes 


72 
5-14 


74 
7-20 


Passes intercepted 
Punts 


5 
7-32 


1 
5-37 


Fumbles lost 


1 


1 


Yards penalized 


35 






Doran Merkley (15) scampered past two Utah men intent on bringing him to the turf. 



Lineman Dick Darling ( 26 ) blocked a would-be Ute tackier to clear the way for ball- 
carrying Phil Brady (42). 





The Cougars combined a tough defense 
with a well balanced offense to break a 
7-7 tie and go on to win their first game 
of the season. The Colorado State de- 
fense held Fortie to "only" 117 total 
yards, although he scored three TD's to 
pace the Cats. Sophomore tailback Phil 
Brady proved himself an able replace- 
ment for Fortie as he rolled for 101 
yards. Alan Robinson scored the final 
TD on a 41 yard runback of an inter- 
cepted pass. 





BYU 


MSU 


First downs 


17 


15 


Yards rushing 


256 


163 


Yards passing 


66 


89 


Passes 


4-10 


5-19 


Passes intercepted 


3 





Punts 


6-39 


6-40 


Fumbles lost 


2 


1 


Yards penalized 


46 


20 



Coach Hal Mitchell turned Eldon Fortie 
loose on Montana and the Phantom re- 
sponded by scoring two TD's and run- 
ning one PAT. Fortie gained 125 yards 
while playing little more than half the 
game. Wingback Doran Merkley also 
looked great as he tallied the other two 
touchdowns. Key tackles by Dick Darl- 
ing, Alan Robinson, Lynn Mathie, John 
Kawaa and Mike Conrad kept the Grizz- 
lies from getting into the scoring column. 





BYU 


usu 


First downs 


12 


25 


Yards rushing 


143 


309 


Yards passing 


163 


79 


Passes 


7-14 


5-8 


Passes intercepted 


1 


1 


Punts 


6-36 


2-39 


Fumbles lost 


1 


3 


Yards penalized 


30 


25 



293 



A little more time might have made a 
difference. This was the story at Logan 
as the fighting Cougars came on strong 
in the second half only to run out of 
time. Again Eldon Fortie was the of- 
fensive genius as he ran and passed for 



282 yards to pace the Cougars. Fortie 
tied it up in the second quarter on a 
pass to end Glen Richardson which 
covered 62 yards. Fortie scored from the 
12 yard line in the fourth quarter after 
John Malarsie nearly returned a kick- 
off all the way for a TD. Fortie's re- 
markable pass to Guy Hale in the end 
zone closed out the scoring. 





BYU 


UNM 


First downs 


22 


3 


Yards rushing 
Yards passing 
Passes 


307 

70 

5-13 


18 

89 

2-13 


Passes intercepted 
Punts 


5 

4-37 


2 
6-42 


Fumbles lost 


1 


1 


Yards penalized 


18 


20 



Cougars blasted 
New Mexico U 
by a 27-0 count 

A devastating Cougar defense and an 
awesome offense tore apart a highly 
rated New Mexico eleven in one of the 
sweetest victories in BYU grid history. 
So tough was the Cougar defense that 
the Lobos didn't get a first down in the 
first half. And they got only three in the 
whole game. Such stalwarts as John 
Kawaa and Barry Corchnoy loomed big 
in the hearts of BYU fans. And as always 
the dashing, cutting and darting of the 
incomparable Eldon (the Phantom) For- 
tie provided the offensive spark for the 
aroused Cougar squad. The untiring tail- 
back packed the ball 31 times for 162 
yards while completing five of nine 
passes for an additional 70 yards. The 
first score came on a pass from Fortie 
to end Jeff Livingston who took it in 
from the one yard line. Fortie scored 
the second TD on a five yard run around 
right end. It was unheralded place kick- 
er Frank Baker who kept things going 
when a BYU drive bogged down. Baker 
booted the first of two field goals from 
32 yards out. In the second half Fortie 
got the Cats rolling again as he hit Alan 
Robinson with a perfect strike over the 
middle, who took it for the score. The 
only serious Lobo threat came after a 68 
yard pass play from QB Jim Cromartie 
to end George Heard. 




Cougar wingback Alan Robinson ( 17 ) smashed the Wyoming line for yardage as end 
Mike Jacobsen (80) led the play. 

Defensive standout Alan Robinson ( 17 ) set himself to haul down Wyoming ball carrier 
in game which saw Cougars emerge victorious. 




294 






BYU 


WMU 


First downs 


17 


17 


Yards rushing 


255 


278 


Yards passing 


75 


56 


Passes 


5-9 


4-7 


Passes intercepted 





1 


Punts 


3-44 


5-37 


Fumbles lost 


2 


3 


Yards penalized 


20 


51 





BYU 


UW 


First downs 


14 


9 


Yards rushing 


192 


143 


Yards passing 


60 


95 


Passes 


2-5 


8-16 


Passes intercepted 








Punts 


7-43 


6-46 


Fumbles lost 


2 


1 


Yards penalized 


25 


29 



Frank Baker (45) displayed his form in kicking PAT's and field goals, his specialties. 



Harassed bv a huge line and victims of their own fumbles, the never- 
say-die Cougars went down to defeat at Kalamazoo, Michigan in an 
intersectional clash. The game proved costly for the Cats as their 
great tailback Eldon Fortie suffered a shoulder injury in the fourth 
quarter. Just two plays later his talented sophomore understudy Phil 
Brady broke his clavicle. Before Fortie left the game he proved to be 
the big thorn in the Broncos' side as he amassed 206 yards. 

Phantom touchdown turned tide 
against Wyoming to give Y win 

Spirit and determination were the prime ingredients for the Cougars 
as they hustled to a 14-7 win over the Wyoming Cowboys in the sea- 
son's finale. The Cougars were down 7-0 in the second quarter when 
injured Eldon Fortie asked Coach Mitchell to let him play. The Phan- 
tom made his presence felt immediately as he led his teammates on a 
drive that was climaxed by his TD sweep around right end. Fortie 
played onlv two and a half minutes but in that short period he started 
a fire under his team which electrified the 11,509 fans, and provided 
the spark that ultimately won the game. With score tied 7-7, it was 
gallant Doug Wardell's 30 yard aerial to Alan Robinson in the third 
quarter that put the Cougars out in front to stay. A bone-crunching 
BYU defense led by sophomore standouts Barry Corchnoy and Robin- 
son and senior tackle Val Weenig preserved the Cougar win. 

295 



Frosh footballers 

fought hard, tough 

brand of pigskin 

game: 2-2 record 







Freshman Scores 




BYU 


27 


Utah 


7 


BYU 


12 


Utah State 


24 


BYU 


14 


Air Force 


20 


BYU 


12 


Utah 
Won 2, Lost 2 






Although the freshman football squad 
did not compile as impressive record as 
previous Kitten teams, they did show 
great promise in the bulk along the line 
to pass onto the varsity. Coach Chris 
Apostol trained these junior charges in 
the style of BYU football— Hal Mit- 
chell's modified single wing. The Kit- 
tens' only two victories came at the ex- 
pense of the Utah Papooses. Probably 
the outstanding team member was Bon 
Stewart, a tailback who was resopnsible 
for seven of the ten touchdowns scored 
by the frosh. Under Stewart's leader- 
ship, the Kittens seemed to move best. 
He ran five scores over with one coming 
on a 52 yard run. Bon also passed for a 
two point PAT. Probably the most un- 
usual player on the team was PAT kick- 
er Boger Gable. He kicked three PATs 
in his barefeet. 

The Papooses fell to the Kittens quite 
easily, but it was a matter of being out- 
classed when they went against the 
Bamblers from Utah State. And against 
the "junior bird men" from the Air 
Force Academy, the Kittens made too 
many miscues which allowed the op- 
ponent to score. 



Football meant fast action, and that is exactly 
what occurred when Cougar teams met alert 
opponents from across the land. The frosh took 
on two instate rivals in addition to the Air 
Force frosh. 




296 




With the pigskin tucked under his arm, a Kitten footballer followed after a charging blocker who cleared the way for a gain. 

Freshman players mixed it up good when they were on the field. Grinding leather proved the point as the runner came to a halt. 








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Cougar Pep '62 

challenged Y 

fans interest 



Cougar Pep 1962-63 assumed a new di- 
mension when the old spirit of the Y 
was buried and a new spirit rekindled. 
Under the auspices of Student Relations 
Veep Will Whittle a new group called 
the Brigham Brawlers was created. Don- 
ning white caps and blue sweat shirts, 
this uninhibited group of men set about 
to instill enthusiasm and interest in 
athletic contests. Combining with the al- 
ready organized groups, fan interest did 
increase in that football attendance 
reached an all time high, averaging 
16,000 fans per game. Backetball at- 
tendance soared above the 100,000 mark. 
A highlight of the year was when most 
of the pep organization traveled to the 
two Arizona schools in the WAC in 
January to back the Cougars. 



Cougarette drill team marched at many games. 




The Varsity Cheerleaders instituted shorter yells and more rhythm. Members of their 
group included (front row) Jack Campbell, Cosmo (Ferrell Lines), Jim Millar, (back row) 
Jim Strickland, Head Leader Gary Heiner, and Reed Richards who replaced Pete Pistey. 

BYU was the only school with flagtwirlers in the WAC. Members of this group included 
(front row) Rosalee Berry, Debbie Talley, Toni MacDonald, (back row) Verla Rohner, 
Linda Smith, and Sally Hale. 




298 




The Songleaders added much to the pep of the 1962-63 season. Their membership in- 
cluded (front row) Sharon Cusick, Deanna Earl, Karen Beers, (back row) Maryland 
Jacklin, Carole Rawson, and Linda Anderson. Maryland replaced Ellen Croff during the 
season. 

Undoubtedly the Freshmen cheerleaders had the hardest time stimulating fans to yell. 
Frosh leaders were (front row) Sue Larson, Marilyn Henrie, (back row) Melissa Matheny, 
and Patty Childs. 



Brawler enthusiasm at intercollegiate events 
usually provoked the crowd into greater vocal 
participation during the 1962-63 season. 

Flagtwirler Linda Smith performed many times 
before capacity crowds in the fieldhouse and 
the stadium as fans turned out in increasing 
numbers. 




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Head cheerleader Gary Heiner strained to get a power response from the crowd. 

Cat cagers compiled 12-14 season 

but snared WAC second spot 

behind touted ASU Sun Devils 



The 1962-63 version of BYU basketball 
was marked by many ups and downs, 
but veteran mentor Stan Watts finally 
brought his charges home in second 
place in the new Western Athletic Con- 
ference and gave Cougar faithfuls an op- 
portunity to see some of the nation's 
most exciting basketball in the process. 



300 




Coach Stan Watts puckered animately as the seconds on the scoreboard ticked away and the running Redskins took a shot, which missed. 



Coach Watts' Cats faced one of the 
roughest schedules of any team in the 
nation, playing games against eight op- 
ponents who were scheduled for berths 
in the two big national post season 
tournaments — the NCAA and the NIT. 
The team compiled what might be 
called a so-so record of 12 wins and 14 
losses, but when one considers that ten 



of the losses came when playing against 
eight ranking teams, it can be concluded 
that the Cougars did quite well. And 
the fact that Arizona State, the team 
which placed ahead of them in the con- 
ference standings, was ranked well 
within the top five teams in the nation 
at the end of the season, lends a great 
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deal of stature to the record the Cats 
compiled. 

Most of the season's individual honors 
went to Bruce Burton who led the 
team in scoring, and was named to most 
of the all-conference selections. Gary 
Batchelor, the team's floor general, was 
generally recognized on the all-confer- 
ence second team. 




Front row. Larry Schlappi, Paul Millar Mike Gardner, Gary Batchelor, Ron Steinke, Jim Kelson, Bill Crow, Jerry Dahlman, Coach Stan 
Watts. Back row. Trainer Rod Kimball, Mark Miller, Bob Quinney, John Ahlstrom, John Lewis, Paul Wyatt, Lou Andrus, Bill Blumenthal, 
Bruce Burton, Dan Simper. 







SCORES 


























BYU 


80 


Oregon 
Oregon 


75 
























BYU 


62 


80 






TEAM STATISTICS 












BYU 


71 


Oklahoma City 


79 
























BYU 


61 


Oklahoma City 


70 
























BYU 


61 


Wichita 


67 


PLAYER 


Games 


fga-fgm 


% 


fta-ftm 


% 


s.m.. 


rbds 


pi. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


BYU 


89 


Wichita 


91 


Bruce Burton, f 


26 


408-192 


47% 


97-61 


63% 


252 


271 


91 


445 


17.1 


BYU 


79 


Baylor 


65 


Gary Batchelor, g 


26" 


189-84 


44? 


119-104 


87% 


133 


61 


66 


266 


10.2 


BYU 


75 


Baylor 


57 


Jim Kelson, f 


24 


232-89 


38? 


68-47 


69% 


164 


107 


37 


225 


9.5 


BYU 


84 


LaSalle 


73 


John Lewis, c 


24 


175-83 


47% 


73-43 


59% 


122 


158 


79 


209 


8.7 


BYU 


81 


Providence 


78 


Jerry Dahlman, g 


17 


154-56 


36% 


86-60 


70% 


113 


23 


26 


172 


10.1 


BYU 


64 


St. Joseph's 


76 


Mike Gardner, g 


24 


142-61 


43% 


82-58 


71% 


105 


73 


61 


180 


7.5 


BYU 


91 


Ohio State 


97 


Bob Quinney, f 


25 


182-67 


37% 


45-31 


69% 


129 


109 


57 


165 


6.6 


BYU 


76 


Memphis State 


99 


Paul Wyatt, c 


21 


95-33 


35% 


36-17 


47% 


81 


95 


54 


83 


3.9 


BYU 


58 


Utah State 


69 


Ron Steinke, g 


13 


82-23 


28% 


20-17 


85% 


62 


20 


10 


63 


4.8 


BYU 


84 


Arizona State 


89 


Bob Skousen, f 


4 


40-18 


45% 


21-16 


76% 


27 


18 


12 


52 


13.0 


BYU 


80 


Arizona 


75 


Bill Blumenthal, f 


13 


36-15 


42% 


23-14 


61% 


28 


26 


20 


44 


3.4 


BYU 


71 


Utah 


53 


Mark Miller, f 


8 


20-6 


30% 


18-12 


75% 


20 


9 


14 


24 


3.0 


BYU 


67 


Utah State 


70 


Lou Andrus, c 


11 


28-9 


32% 


8-5 


63% 


22 


35 


26 


23 


2.1 


BYU 


83 


Montana 


80 


John Alstrom, g 


8 


22-4 


18% 


10-7 


70% 


21 


12 


10 


15 


1.9 


BYU 


76 


New Mexico 


73 


ALL OTHERS: 














252 








BYU 


89 


Wyoming 


77 
























BYU 


77 


Arizona 


72 


BYU TOTALS; 


26 


1825-745 


41% 


701-495 


71% 


1286 


1273 


596 


1985 


77.1 


BYU 


87 


Arizona State 


104 


OPP. TOTALS: 


26 


1803-739 


41% 


793-557 


70% 


1294 


1307 


541 


2035 


78.3 


BYU 


100 


Utah 


106 
























BYU 


80 


Wyoming 


76 
























BYU 


59 


New Mexico 
Won 12, Lost 14 


84 

























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Cougars played 

7 NCAA, NIT 

participants - - 



WAC Standings 










W 


L 


Arizona State 




9 


1 


Brigham Young 




6 


4 


Utah 




5 


5 


New Mexico 




4 


6 


Arizona 




3 


7 


Wyoming 




3 


7 



The Cougars opened their season on a 
winning note on the road with an 80-75 
win over the Oregon Ducks, but the 
Ducks turned around the next night and 
outdistanced the Cats by a score of 80- 
62 to start a disastrous five game losing 
skien. A return to the more friendy con- 
fines of the Provo gym only proved 
devastating to the Cougars as they ran 
into two top teams from the midwest, 
Oklahoma City and Wichita, who added 
four quick losses to the BYU record to 
complete the string which Oregon had 
started. 

After this losing spell, the Baylor Bears 
traveled to Provo expecting to carry on 
the "tradition" only to have the Cougars 
rise to the occasion and turn the tables 
completely for two straight wins by 
fairly wide margins. During these 
games, Bruce Burton, along with Jim 
Kelson and Gary Batchelor came to the 
fore to give the team a solid scoring 
punch — a fact which came to be the 
rule rather than the exception later in 
the season. 

Following their conquest of the Bears, 
the Cougars headed east to take part in 
the Quaker City Tournament in Phila- 
delphia. They began this tourney as if 
they were going to completely reverse 
the early season trend with convincing 
wins over LaSalle and Providence by 84- 
73 and 81-78 scores respectively to gain 
a place in the finals of the tourney. In 
the final game, St. Joseph's topped the 
Cougars by a twelve point margin to 

Cougar Guard Mike Gardner drove under for 
a layup despite the frantic efforts of an Ari- 
zona player. 



303 




Top: Sally Hale twirled and danced during the year as one of six flagtwirlers. Right: Cougars 
Jim Kelson (33), John Lewis (54), and Gary Batchelor (25) winced with Wyoming players 
as the ball remained aloft. 

send the Cats into another downspin which wasn't to end until they 
had dropped five encounters again. On the return trip home after the 
tournament, the Cats dropped two games to highly touted Ohio State 
and Memphis State by 97-91 and 99-76 scores. Their return to Utah 
did not stem the tide either, because they had to travel to Logan to 
encounter a strong Utah State team in their last preseason encounter. 
The Farmers proved to be too much and handed the travel-weary 
Cats a 69-58 defeat to send them into league play with a five win and 
nine loss record. 
Coach Watts and his Cats headed for the warmer climes of Arizona to 

304 





305 




Jim Kelson hooked the ball towards the basket over the protest of a Montana player. 
During a time out, Coach Watts instructed his charges with methods of improving their play. 



The center of attention rested on the play- 
ing floor during a time out, while the pep 
groups performed. 





The striped referee leaned with the action as Cougar Paul Wyatt tossed up the ball and 
was fouled by an Oklahoma City Chieftain. 



inaugurate the first season ot the WAC 
in games with Arizona State and Ari- 
zona. The Cougars first tested the Sun 
Devils at Tempe and found the heralded 
Devils to be as tough as their ranking 
of fourth best in the nation indicated. 
The combination of Art Becker and Joe 
Caldwell was too much for the Cats to 
handle, although D a h 1 m a n came 
through with a thirty-four point effort 
before they went down to an 89-84 
defeat. 

After this, a trip to Phoenix got the Cats 
back on the victory road as Bruce Bur- 
ton again led the attack which subdued 
the Wildcats by a 80-75 margin. The 
Cougars traveled back home to face 
archrival Utah on the Provo floor. The 
Cats were high for this one, and bested 
Coach Jack Gardner and his Utes by a 
handy eighteen point margin as Burton 
again led the offensive show for the 
Wattsmen. A non-conference interlude 
started with Utah State at Provo. This 
proved an exciting tussle, with the Cats 
faltering at the wire, and the Aggies 
winning 70-67 in the final moments. 
It was then back to the victory road for 
the Cats in another "cliff hanger" with 
Montana, but this time the Cougars 
came out on top 83-80. Burton and 
Lewis both added eighteen points to 
the Cat cause. During the next weekend, 
New Mexico and Wyoming invaded 
Provo, but the Cougars were equal to 
the test as they held off the Lobos and 



Cosmo, symbol of BYU pep, cheered 
mightily as the team scored again. 





Guard Gary Batchelor 
pushed the opposition 

Against Oklahoma City 
left hand shots as Bob 



let one fly towards the basket while center John Lewis seemingly 
back. 

All Conference forward Bruce Burton pushed up one of his favored 
Quinney (42) moved in to cover the boards. 



their scoring phenomenon Ira Harge for 
another three point win at 76-73, and 
then breezed past the Cowboys by an 
89-77 score. 

The Cougars found themselves tied with 
ASU for the league lead, and the pros- 
pect of entertaining Arizona and ASU 
in Provo the following weekend had the 
campus at a fever-pitch. 
The Cats' 77-72 win over Arizona on 
Friday coupled with the Sun Devils' 
win over Utah set the stage for the big 
showdown on Saturday. Cougar hopes 
were high, but as the game wore on, it 
became evident that State was really 
the powerhouse of the WAC as Becker 
and Caldwell led the way. The Devils' 
superb bench helped wear down the 
Provans to give the game to ASU going 
away at 104-87. 

With three tough road games ahead of 
them, the Cats traveled to Salt Lake 
City for a return bout with Utah. A last- 
ditch miracle effort by the Cougars, 
when they made five points in the last 
twenty seconds, sent the game into over- 
time. But then the Bedskins' Holmes, 
Thomas and Crain completely sunk the 
Cougars by a final 106-100 margin. 
The Cats left for their final road trip 
and topped the Wyoming Pokes the 
first night. This clinched a second place 
finish for the Cats. The final game 
against New Mexico was somewhat an 
anti-climax as the Lobos humiliated the 
Cats by a 84-59 score. 

Cosmo and other pep people watched the 
game action from the sidelines in mute 
observation. 





A basketball ballet emerged when John Lewis (54) and an opponent leaped 
into the air to get the ball. Cougars Quinney ( 42 ) and Gardner ( 22 ) watched. 



Mike Gardner outdistanced a Utah man scrambling for 
the ball in a contest which Utah won in an overtime 
106-100. 





Front row. Bill Ruffner, Laird Swensen, Mel Olsen, Keith Flick, Dee Denzer, Steve Kramer, Carl Anderton. Back row. Gary Ernest, Rusty 
Thornock, Jeff Congdon, John Paxman, Charlie Slater, McKay Winkel, Dick Nemelka, Coach Pete Witbeck. 



BYU Frosh ran up 11 win record 
against 2 losses to Ute Papooses 



BYU frosh basketball for 1962-63 featured a high scoring, fast break- 
ing outfit which was able to top all comers with the exception of 
Utah's Papooses, and post a 11-2 record for the season. The Kittens 
opened their season against Utah State frosh and quickly showed their 
scoring punch as they ran up 98 points in their conquest of the Farm- 
ers. Snow JC and Western Wyoming JC were the next two victims 
of the high-powered Kitten attack, as they fell 97-57 and 81-75. But 
then Coach Pete Witbeck s boys ran into trouble by falling to the 
Papooses in Provo 79-69. After this somewhat shocking loss, the Kit- 
tens were able to run up a string of eight straight wins. Nobody could 
seem to slow up the power generated by a strong and high scoring 
five composed of Steve Kramer (18.6), Jeff Congdon (15.2), Bill 
Ruffner (19.1), Dick Nemelka (16.2), and Dee Denzer (10.8). They 
helped considerably in scoring consistently in games which topped the 
high 90's and low 100's. They vanquished Snow JC, Mesa JC, Dixie JC, 
Carbon JC, Idaho State frosh, Utah State frosh, and Western Wyoming 







SCORES 




BYU 


98 


Utah State Frosh 


88 


BYU 


98 


Snow JC 


57 


BYU 


81 


W. Wyoming JC 


75 


BYU 


69 


Utah Frosh 


79 


BYU 


71 


Snow JC 


59 


BYU 


97 


Utah State Frosh 


83 


BYU 


100 


Mesa JC 


81 


BYU 


102 


W. Wyoming JC 


73 


BYU 


90 


W. Wyoming JC 


67 


BYU 


98 


Dixie JC 


91 


BYU 


106 


Idaho State Frosh 


93 


BYU 


91 


Carbon College 


54 


BYU 


87 


Utah Frosh 
Won 11, Lost 2 


89 



310 




Steve Kramer banked in a shot for a score. 



Congdon pushed up the ball past Utah foes. 




Basketball tans intently watched the action during fast breaking Cougar games. 



Outbursts of applause marked good floor play. 



Bill Ruffner pushes through to make an attempted shot at the elusive basket. 



Frosh BB team 
liked to win 

JC twice. But then the Kittens went to 
Salt Lake City to face their nemesis, 
the Papooses. Again they faltered, and 
late in the second half they saw a four- 
teen point lead dwindle with Utah win- 
ning the game on an 89-87 count. 
The final game with Carbon JC was 
cancelled because of injuries plaguing 
their team. The Kittens amassed a fav- 
orable record of eleven wins and only 
two losses — a very respectable season. 




312 




(W .■on.iirv team members included: Front row: Richard Bradstreet, Larry Austin, Ray Conover Larry Winward, Dean Lundell. 
Back row: Coach Clarence Robison, Keith Grebe, Keith Westover, Ron Morgan, Ron Tolman, Coach Sherald James. 





Cross Country 
captured second 
in WAC race 



Arizona 


52 


Brigham Young 


56 


New Mexico 


66 


Arizona State 


92 


Wyoming 


102 


Utah 


111 



Cross country at BYU took on a more 
important aspect when the Cougar team 
walked off with second place behind 
Arizona at the WAC meet held in 
Tempe. If the Y team had had one more 
teammate place, they could have copped 
the title. Larry Windward, Dean Lun- 
dell, Keith Westover, Larry Austin, Ray 
Barrus, and Ron Morgan each placed 
in the event. 

Larry Winward indicated that daily practice 
made it possible for the Cougar team to cap- 
ture second place in the WAC cross country 
behind Arizona in the conference run-off. 



313 




Freshman Kent Jeffries nailed his opponent to the mat in order to get the pin and add points to the Cougar team score. 

Cougar matmen claimed first WAC tide 



Regulars on the championship wrestling team included (front row) Mike Young, Mac Motokawa, Bob Piper, Jim Wright, (back row) Larrv 
Hardin, Joe Lyman, Jim Jon, Kent Jeffries, Steve Goodsell, and Coach Clint Whitfield. 




314 




Coach Clint Whitfield molded his freshman 
dominated squad into the first WAC cham- 
pions. 



WAC Standings 
Brigham Young 
Wyoming 
Utah 

Arizona State 
New Mexico 
Arizona 





SCORES 




BYU 35 


Mesa 


3 


BYU 25 


Utah State 


6 


BYU 22 


Utah 


13 


BYU 9 


Oregon State 


19 


BYU 15 


Oregon 


9 


BYU 18 


Portland State 


6 


BYU 26 


Wyoming 


13 


BYU 5 


Western State 


21 


BYU 31 


Arizona State 


10 


BYU 16 


Montana State 


17 


BYU 30 


Utah State 


5 


BYU 5 


Colorado State C 


20 


BYU 8 


Colorado State U 


18 


BYU 30 


Weber 


6 


BYU 29 


Utah 
Won 10, Lost 5 


9 



74 
70 
51 

31 Matman |im Jory grappled with his opponent before taking him down for a fall and two 
21 points. 

Kent Jeffries pinned his opponent from Utah State as signaled by the referee's thumping 
hand on the mat. 



Intercollegiate wrestling gained a great 
deal of prestige and popularity at BYU 
in 1963 as coach Clint Whitfield led his 
grapplers to the first conference cham- 
pionship in the newly formed WAC. 




315 




Members of this year's wrestling squad included (front row) Coach Clint Whitfield, Shig Motokawa, graduate assistant, Bob Piper, Mike 
Hart, Mike Young, Larry Hardin, Mac Motokawa, James Wright, Ted Brewster, Kim Brewster, Gary Smiley, (back row) Harvey Wynne, 
Jim Stott, Don Cook, Steve Epperson, Ron Gilbert, Steve Goodsell, Jim Jory, Monte Jones, Joe Lyman, Dennis Herendeen, Elmer Davis. 



Hundreds of fans who would never have 
found their way to a match, stayed after 
the basketball encounters to become ac- 
quainted with wrestling. Many became 
avid followers of the mat sport. Particu- 
larly was their imagination caught by 
Mac Motokawa, a lithe 130-pounder 
who introduced some very effective and 
crowd pleasing greco-roman techniques 
to WAC wrestling. It was a verv well- 
balanced squad which wrestled its way 
to a 74-70 win over perennial title holder 
Wyoming. Team captain Steve Goodsell 
successfully defended his championship 
form in the heavyweight division, while 
Motokawa and Mike Young also took 
firsts in their divisions. Joe Lyman and 
Jim Jory copped seconds, Jim Wright, 
Larry Hardin, Kent Jeffries, and Bob 
Gunn took thirds, with Kim Brewster 
managing a fourth place finish. The Cat 
team posted a 10 win, 5 loss season in 
dual matches against some of the na- 
tion's best. This squad boosted the pop- 
ularity and prestige of wrestling at BYU 
more than any other team. 



Heavyweight Steve Goodsell endeavored to break the hold of a shirtless opponent. 




316 




Bob Piper drove his opponent into the mat during aftergame mateh. Jim Jory moved quickly to break the hold around his midsection. 

Mac Motokawa moved rapidly to pin his opponent early in the match. Mac was a freshman who came to the V from Japan. 




317 




Cougar high jumper Bob Cow.art sailed over the bar at 6' 8H" in the ASU meet at Tempe. 
Phil Brady adapted rapidly to the new event in the WAC track meets — the hop-step-jump. 




Track and field 
domination by Y 
halted by WAC 
after winning 
8 consecutive 
Skyline firsts- 



Brigham Young University's track domi- 
nation ended when they became mem- 
bers of the Western Athletic Confer- 
ence. After walking to eight straight 
Skyline Conference championships, the 
Cougar thinclads found themselves in 
reputable company in the new confer- 
ence. Because the southern schools in 
the league had the weather to their lik- 
ing, they were able to get the jump on 
the Cats in pre-season training sessions. 
In fact, winter months meant only that 
more good weather would prevail while 
the Cats had to wait for the snow and 
rain to subside. The Cougar team did 
have the confines of the Smith Field- 
house in which to hold limited practices 
and workouts. In contests where no of- 
ficial scores were kept the Cats easily 
outclassed teams from Utah and Utah 
State in indoor meets. A prestige meet 
scheduled with powerful Southern Cali- 
fornia was rained out after only six 
events had been completed. When the 
Bobison coached team swung south- 
ward they ran into trouble. New Mexico 
ran over the Cats 101-44. The Cats re- 
linquished an early lead to Arizona and 
fell 74-71. Arizona State depth crushed 
the Cougars by an 81-64 score. 



318 



IlLiitfS] 







Coach Clarence Robison worked to get his thinclad team in top form for the conference meet. 
Broad jumper Emmett Smith sailed through the air endeavoring to cop first at Arizona State. 






Sprinter Larry Kelly usually ran in the 100 
and 220 yard dashes as well as the mile 
relay. Kelly was in his junior year in eligi- 
bility on the Cougar track squad. 






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180 



■^ TO ^ WM » TO »»-M».~Mr« < ^» *~ 



Front row: Trainer Rod Kimball, Jim Thornton, Howard Parker, Mike Douglas, Danny Boyle, Ray Barrus, Bob Tobler, Larry Kelly, Kirk 
Wright, Keith Grebe, Jim Williams, Wayne Devereaux. Second row: Coach Sherald James, Dr. Wendell Vance, Grant Bever, Emmett Smith, 
Larry Schlappi, Dean Lundell, Larry Austin, Richard Zimmerman, Norm Eburne, James Jex, Dick Sonder, Larry Winward, Bob Cowart, 
Rex Wood, Ron Mickle. Back row: Head Coach Clarence Robison, Ray Conover, Gregg Cramm, Terry Thatcher, Gareth Hawkes, Brian 
Utley, Roger Anderson, Richard Mertes, Lou Andrus, Pat Helfridge, Phil Reynolds, Carl Quinn. 



: 




Emmett Smith was a competitive threat to WAC contenders in the hop-step-jump. Hot, j/obler beat the stadium record in the 440 at :46.5 




320 



BEST MARKS OF SEASON BY 
PLACE WINNERS 



Richard Mertes 
Carl Quinn 
Phil Reynolds 



Richard Mertes 
Ron Mickle 



Jim Williams 
Danny Boyle 
Rex Wood 



Shot Put 



Discus 



Pole Vault 



Bob Cowart 
Brian Utley 
Lou Andrus 



High Jump 



5N BY 




52' 


8" 


51' 


7J4" 


51' 


2»" 


169' 


6K" 


166' 


11" 


14 


' 3" 


u 


' 6" 


14 


' 0" 



Terry Thatcher 
Jim Thornton 



Javelin 



Emmett Smith 
Larry Schlappi 
Mike Douglas 



Broad Jump 



Phil Brady 
Dick Sonder 



Larry Kelly 



Larry Kelly 



Bob Tobler 



Hop-Step-Jump 



100 Yard Dash 



220-Yard Dash 



440-Yard Dash 



880-Yard Dash 



Dean Lundell 



Mile Run 



Ray Barrus 
Larry Austin 



Ray Barrus 



Two-Mile Run 



High Hurdles 



Howard Parker 

220-lnter Hurdles 
Mike Douglas 

330-Inter Hurdles 
Howard Parker 
Mike Douglas 



6' 8«" 
6' 4" 
6' 4" 



240' 8" 
216' 0" 



24' 0" 
22' 11)4" 
22' IX" 



45' 2" 
45' 134" 



:09.7 

:21.2 

:46.5 

1:52.2 



4:18.9 
4:22.8 



9:24.6 
:14.7 
:24.2 



:37.8 
:37.8 



440-Relay 
Howard Parker, Richard Zimmerman, :41.5 
Bob Tobler, Larry Kelly 

Mile Relay 
Larry Kelly, Kirk Wright,' 3:14.0 

Richard Zimmerman, Bob Tobler 




Dean Lunell pushed across the line to capture first from a surging ASU Sun Devil. 
Tobler and an ASU opponent pushed step for step down the track in the 440-yard run. 




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Richard Mertes pushed with every fiber in order to put the steel ball past the 50 foot mark. 
Freshman Danny Boyle cleared the vault bar at 14' 6" and barely missed at 14' 10". 




1962 SCORES 




BYU 61K New Mexico 


69« 


BYU 64 Arizona 


67 


BYU 60 Arizona State 


71 


BYU 48 Oregon 


83 


BYU 99 Utah State 


32 


BYU 104JS Montana 


26« 


BYU 87 Utah 


44 


Western Division 




(Skyline Conference) 




Brigham Young 


80K 


Utah 


33 


Utah State 


28K 


Montana 


22K 


Conference 




( Skyline ) 




Brigham Young 


70X 


New Mexico 


45 


Utah 


35K 


Utah State 


24 


Denver 


21K 


Colorado State 


16 


Montana 


12X 


Wyoming 


— 


Won 5, Lost 4 




1963 SCORES 




BYU and University of Southern California 


meet rained out. 




BYU 44 New Mexico 


101 


BYU 71 Arizona 


74 


BYU 64 Arizona State 


81 


BYU 108 Air Force 


37 



Terry Thatcher threw the javelin for the Y. 




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Mickle hurled the discus into orbit across the tield during the meet at Arizona State 
in Tempe. Mickle finished second in last year's NCAA meet held at Eugene, Oregon. 




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1962 SCORES 




BYU 


2 


California West. 


3 


BYU 


10 


California West 


3 


BYU 


11 


Long Beach State 


C 


BYU 


1 


Los Angeles State 


5 


BYU 


1 


Los Angeles State 


5 


BYU 


4 


Southern California 


10 


BYU 


2 


California Poly, 


9 


BYU 


3 


California Pol\ . 


A 


BYU 
BYU 
BYU 


12 
5 
9 


Pepperdine 
Pepperdine 

CSUtah 


s 

4 
2 


BYU 


15 


CSUtah 





BYU 


8 


Dixie 


1 


BYU 


11 


Dixie 


3 


BYU 


18 


Carbon 


1 


BYU 


20 


Carbon 





BYU 


6 


Utah 


1 


BYU 


18 


Utah State- 


5 


BYU 


18 


Utah State 


3 


BYU 


9 


Montana 





BYU 


11 


Montana 


7 


BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 


9 

3 

5 

16 


Pepperdine 
Pepperdine 
Pepperdine 
Weber 


8 
11 
18 




BYU 


12 


Weber 


2 


BYU 


12 


Utah State 


o 


BYU 


19 


Utah State 


3 


BYU 


11 


Utah 





BYU 


8 


Montana 


7 


BYU 


14 


Utah 


3 


BYU 


14 


Utah 


16 


BYU 


6 


Mesa 


o 


BYU 


4 


Mesa 


2 


BYU 


2 


New Mexico 


9 


BYU 


o 


Air Force Academv 


4 



^ Baseball squad 
sought first title 
in WAC battle 

The 1963 version of the Cougar base- 
ball team did have a letterman return- 
ing in almost every position, however, 
their total strength was still a big ques- 
tion mark. Gary Batchelor and Jim Arm- 
strong probably were the strongest 
members of the team in experience. 
Glenn Tuckett put his boys through pre- 
season paces inside in the Smith Field- 
house training field. And then, the earli- 
est games ever scheduled for a BYU 
playing field were played against Dixie 
Junior College from southern Utah. The 
Cats took easy advantage of the Rebel 
team, winning 9-2 and 20-1. They also 
played College of Southern Utah as a 
warm-up before leaving for Los Angeles 
and the Easter Invitational Tourna- 
ment. CSUtah fell 22-1. In Los Angeles 
the Cats lost one to the Pepperdine 
Waves 14-1, and were tied 1-1 when 
the second game was called because of 
rain. In the Easter Tournament, the Cat 
team fell to Los Angeles State in the 
opener 9-2, and dropped the second 
round game by a whopping score of 17- 
1 to the University of Southern Cali- 
fornia Trojans. 

Cougar baseball field is situated below the ramp to Helaman Halls, hence, easy viewing. 



Cougars faced the Dixie Cr. 




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After the Cougar team started their year off against the Dixie Junior College Rebels, they traveled to Southern California for a clash with 
several teams in the Easter Invitational Tournament. However, when they returned home the weather held off the WAC opener with Utah 
for several weeks. In fact, it looked as if all the games involved would have to be doubleheaders. The Cougars figured to be in the thick 
of the chase of the conference title. 



A BYU second baseman tags out a Rebel from Dixie as he slides into the second ba'ie bag. 



Glenn Tuckett pushed his team into 
action. 





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Action on first base quickened when a throw was racing to beat out 
the runner, (right) A Cougar pitcher unwound his throw at home 
plate. 



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With ball in glove, a Cougar baseman hinged at the bag to beat out the runner For an out 



Tense moments came as the pitcher wound up 
With one on deck, a Cougar batsman swung at the elusive ball thrown b\ the upnn.nl 



1963 SCORES 



BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 



Dixie 
Dixie 

CSUtah 

Pepperdine 

Pepperdine 
( Game called in eighth 
because of rain ) 



BYU 

BYU 



EASTER TOURNAMENT 

2 Los Angeles State 
1 Southern California 




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Coach Rudy Moe worked hard to teach his gymnastics team the art of perfection in torm on the rings and in free exercise. The Cougar 
team failed to place high in the conference race, however, several performers garnered enough points to participate in the NCAA meet. 

Gymnastics at Brigham Young University was still considered a 

Y rnncicl-ir , « minor s P ort but ^ e scn ° o1 aia enter a team ™ ^ e WAC cam P eti - 

§ynXn-<iSIlC5> tion Coach Ru j y Moe piloted the team and taught the performers 

f±rf* f\ty liriO-rcirlp *" several as P ects of bocl y control which gymnastics exercise de- 
WCrC Oil U.pgra.QC man( j s Coach Moe was very optimistic about the prospects of 

gymnastics in the Y athletic program. 

Coach Carl Tucker took his untried golf team on a trip to Southern 

California where they were literally overrun by the Trojans from (2q]_£ JU£fl SOUffht 
the University of Southern California. The Utah State Aggies also ^ & 

took advantage of the tee team from the Y. However, as the weather {jf c£ WAC title 

allowed more practices, Coach Tucker held high hopes of his team 
coming on strong. 

Members of the 1963 Cougar Golf team included (front row) Bruce DiFloures, Coach Carl Tucker, Gilbert Torres, (back row) Lynn Hone, 




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The Cougar Tennis team included (front row} Tracy Wilson, George Conway, (second row) Bill Fort, Duane Ballard, Harold Turley, 
(third row) Coach Fred Dixon, (back row) Assistant Coach Wayne Pierce, Don Lowe, and Glen Meier. 

Under the experienced hand of Coach Fred "Buck" Dixon, the 

\lir\rf*t m^»n hirl Cougar Tennis team, after suffering two defeats by the Arizona 

XYd.CK.CL IllCIl IlctCJ. Wildcats, came back to take decisive wins fom Wyoming and Utah 

"L £r\r ftfct ^ tate unrvers *ti es - Coach Dixon fully expected his net team to be in 

nOpCS IOr IirSL t h e thick of the first WAC championship race. Only the Wildcats 

seemed to loom as the biggest obstacle. 

After the BYU Rodeo team captured third place in the NCAA com- 
petition in 1960, thev have endeavored to improve on that mark by 
taking the championship. Each spring thev sponsor a rodeo at the 
Utah Countv Fairgrounds in order that the stndentbodv may wit- 
ness a real part of the old west. Rugged rodeo action tested the 
steel nerves of team members. 

BYU's Rodeo Club activated to again try for the national championship. Members of the Rodeo Club included L. Sharyl Hatcher, John 
Hamilton, Ron Pace, Dennis Hamilton, and Norman Dale Rex. 



Y Rodeo team 
bucked for wins 




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Intramural activities included handball contests in which many a novice as well as experienced players entered to seek the title. 



Men, women 

participated 

in intramural 

games, sports 

for fun, pleasure 

and to keep fit 



Intramural activities reached a new high in student participation with 
about 250 more fellows than last year competing this year. Approxi- 
mately 40 percent of all men students in the university entered. A 
record number of 38 events were held in the men's division of intra- 
murals. Men's intramural sports ranged from fencing, horseshoes, 
broomball hockey and archery to paddleball, wrestling, flag football, 
gymnastics and basketball. Supremacy trophies were awarded in Resi- 
dence, Organization, Ward and Independent divisions. Team trophies 
and individual plaques were given to all winners. 

Women's intramurals had a combined total of 2700 participants enter- 
ing the three leagues which were organized for P. E. Majors, Stakes 
and Housing units. A supremacy trophy and a participation trophy 
were given to winners of each league. Trophies were also awarded to 
winners of the 17 events held in each league. 

Special tournaments for mixed intramural teams were held in tennis, 
volleyball, badminton, checkers, chess and bowling. Emphasis in these 
tournaments was placed on recreation rather than on points and com- 
petition as in the other intramural areas. 

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Men's Winners 
Flag Football Miss Rejects 

Fencing Larry McDowell 



Table Tennis: 




Singles 


Farrokh Neghabet 


Doubles Sami and Neghabet 


Handball 


Mike Mahnken 


Badminton 


Harold Turley 


Cross Country 


LaMar Walker 


Wrestling: 
123 lb. 
130 lb. 
137 lb. 


Danny Davis 

Jerald Gubler 

Cliff Edmunds 


147 lb. 
157 lb. 


David Jorgensen 
Gerald Walker 


167 lb. 


Kelvin Folsom 


177 lb. 


Bill Nelson 


191 lb. 
Heavyweight 


Gary Linton 
Keith Sorenson 


Ice Skating: 
200 yd. dash 


Ed Nedelcon 


880 yd. relay 
Figure Skating 


Canadian Club 
Ken Parker 


Broomball Hockey 


Canadian Club 


Bowling 


EL-3 


Chess 


Rudolpho Casos 


Checkers 


Hal Huffacker 



Paddleball: 

Singles Duane Ballard 

Doubles Jess Gibb, Tracy Wilson 



Volleyball 


9th Ward 


Archery: 
Flint 
Columbian 


Lloyd Bird 
Paul Platero 


Gymnastics 


David Thomas 


Tennis 


Dick Johnson 


Horseshoes 


Bruce Morr 



Battle of the Beef Brigham Brawlers 
Basketball Idahoians 







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Horseshoe pitching was one of the many sports competitions in the intramural program 
One of tlie largest divisions of intramural activity was men's division of intramural Softball. 




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Women's 


Winners 


Archery 


Ann Baxter 


Broomball Hockey 


Kosocs 


Ice Skating: 
100 yd. dash 


Karen Brunea 


440 yd. relay 
Figure Skating 


PE Majors 
Ruth Barker 


Fencing 


Elissa McChesney 


Basketball: 




Majors 

Housing 

Stakes 


Devil's Angels 

Whitney Whips 

33rd Ward 


Foul Pitch: 




Majors 


Eaton Team 


Housing 
Stakes 


Penrose 
33rd Ward 


Table Tennis: 




Majors 


Eaton Team 


Housing 


Gates 


Bowling: 
Majors 
Housing 
Stakes 


Faculty 

Knight Mangum 

14th Ward 


Swimming: 




Majors 

Housing 

Stakes 


Devil's Angels 

Whitney Whips 

33rd Ward 




Archery was one of the many sports offered through the intramural department to both 
men and women. 

Intramural basketball for men was one of the biggest sports included in the program. 



Coeds entered teams in the basketball 
division of women intramurals to compete 
for the trophy. 




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Wrestlers not on the varsity team had a Intramural swimming competition gave the water enthusiasts a chance to demonstrate skill, 
chance to grapple with some of the best anc * s P ee d. 
during Fite Nite. 



Fencing was one of the over 30 sports included in the intramural program in College of P. E. 




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SUSAN BIDDULPH was awarded a full scholarship 
when she came to BYU from Packs College as an honor 
student. At the Y Susan was a member of White Key, 
Phi Kappa Phi, and Delta Phi Alpha, and maintained a 
3.98 GPA. She was awarded the Alice Louise Reynolds 
English scholarship, a $2500 Phi Kappa Phi scholarship 
to do graduate work, and selected as the outstanding 
coed in the humanities college. 

PROFESSOR DAVID H. YARN, JR. has been chairman 
of the department of theology and philosophy, Dean of 
the College of Religious Instruction and Acting Director 
of the Institute of Mormon Studies. He delivered the 
BYU Baccalaureate sermon in August 1959, was made 
honorary Blue Key of the Year in 1960 and was presi- 
dent of the BYU Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor So- 
ciety during 1960-61. A much respected teacher and 
writer, Prof. Yarn has served in many capacities in the 
LDS Church. He received his Ed.D. in philosophy and 
education from Columbia University. 



Susan Biddulph won a $2500 Phi Kappa Phi scholarship. 




Dr. David Vam devoted his life to teaching Mormon doctrine 



Honor section represented 
achievement, sacrifice, and work 

This special honors section has been included not to play up the per- 
sonalities themselves but to remind us of the achievements and suc- 
cesses that are ultimately reached when people sacrifice and work to 
attain. These personalities represent several dcades in time, and each 
represents in his own right, one particular kind of success. They are 
merely a small part of over 13,000 persons on the BYU campus during 
1962-63 who were singled out to represent the whole. In each particu- 
lar section of this annual, other personalities are recognized for then- 
achievements and successes. The choices here were the arbitrary 
choices of the Editor and Managing Editor. They were not chosen 
soley on the merits of their specialty, but because of the all-around 
high standards they maintain. 

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DEAN HERALD R. CLARK has had a 
long record of serving BYU, Provo and 
the LDS Church. His friends are fond 
of quoting Dean Clark's reply to a girl 
who once asked him how long he had 
been in the area: "Timpanogos was here 
when I came and Utah Lake was filling 
up fast." Chairman of Forums, Lyceums 
and Devotionals, Dean Clark has been 
responsible for bringing internationally 
known musicians, dramatists and jour- 
nalists to BYU and Provo community. 
Graduate of Brigham Young University 
and the University of Washington, Dean 
Clark has been associated with the Ys 
Bookstore perhaps longer than any other 
living person. The Clark Student Service 
Center was named in honor of his years 
of service. A professor of finance and 
banking, Clark was Dean of the College 
of Business nearly 25 years and has long 
been a department chairman and teach- 
er in that college. 

This year Dean Clark addressed the De- 
votional audience at the beginning of 
the Fine Arts Festival. Dean Clark has 
become a symbol of BYU's tradition of 
friendliness, frequently quizzing stu- 
dents to learn what interests them. 



Herald R. Clark dedicated his life to the university in culture and business. 



Dr. Jack Trunnell directed the Nutritional Research Center and the Student Health Center. 



JACK B. TRUNNELL. M.D., Health 
Center and Nutritional Research Direc- 
tor, was dean of the College of Family 
Living until 1961. Associated with 
numerous medical societies and insti- 
tutes, Dr. Trunnell was awarded a spe- 
cial achievement fellowship by the New 
York Academy of Sciences. Dr. Trunnell 
was editor of the Banyan and became a 
lifetime member of Theta Alpha Phi 
Drama Fraternitv while he was an un- 
dergraduate at BYU. In 1958 he was 
made a professor of developmental biol- 
ogy. He was vice president of Sigma Xi 
this past year and also was asked to 
give the 1963 commencement address 
to the College of Biology and Agricul- 
ture. Dr. Trunnell has authored many 
articles and books concerning his re- 
search, spent five years doing research 
for the Navy, and filled many positions 
in the LDS Church. 
Under Dr. Trunnell, the Nutritional Re- 
search Department has applied new 
techniques for detecting and treating old 
problems such as cancer, mental illness. 




336 




Ivan Crosland starred in several dramatic productions. 

IVAN CROSLAND from Holden, Utah was a graduate 
student majoring in dramatic arts. He was awarded the 
best actor recognition for his parts in two productions, 
J. B. and Cyranno de Bergerac. Ivan also ably carried 
the role of Iago in Shakespeare's Othello. After getting 
his MA in June, Ivan expected to teach on the Y faculty, 
teach in a junior college, and finally seek his doctorate. 
He was president of Theta Alpha Phi and was the direc- 
tor of their assembly for the studentbody. 

ELDON FORTIE was named the first All-American in 
football from BYU. He was married and listed Salt Lake 
City as his home. Eldon, a PE major, set 21 new foot- 
ball records at the Y, played in three all-star bowl games 
when he was a senior, and was named back of the week 
by Sports Illustrated and Associated Press. He was 
honored by the University when they retired his num- 
ber 40 jersey permanently. Eldon has signed to play pro 
ball in Canada before settling down to teach and coach 
in high school. 

RON MICKLE was a physical education major special- 
izing in physical therapy. Ron maintained a 3.1 GPA 
while participating as a discus thrower on the varsity 
track team. His throw of 180' 6" set a school record. He 
placed second in the NCAA meet in 1962. Ron was cap- 
tain of the frosh football team and toured Europe with 
the track team while at BYU. He claimed Salem, Ore- 
gon as home and listed skin diving and golf as his 
favorite hobbies. 

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Eldon Fortie was named BYU's tirst football All American. 
Discus man Hon Micklc placed second in the 1962 NCAA meet 





Jerry Rusk had two majors and maintained an A average. 
Gary Batchelor played basketball and baseball. 




Cordon Jensen spent two years at Ricks College. 

BRUCE BURTON, a senior majoring in physical educa- 
tion, was from Torrance, California. He lettered four 
years in basketball at the Y, being the high scorer on 
the team his senior year with a 20.8 average. Bruce was 
selected on the WAC first string and played in the East- 
West All Star game at Lexington, Kentucky. Being mar- 
ried, Bruce expected to obtain his MS from Long Beach 
State in California, teach and coach in high school, and 
finally go into industry in business management. 

GORDON JENSEN from Menan, Idaho, came to BYU 
from Ricks College where he was valedictorian. He had 
served a mission in Brazil and as a result chose Portu- 
guese as a major and Spanish as a minor. Gordon main- 
tained a 3.98 GPA at the Y and was a member of the 
national scholastic honorary Phi Kappa Phi. He intended 
to seek his MS and teach languages on the college level. 

GARY BATCHELOR from Layton, Utah was a senior 
majoring in physical education and minoring in driver 
education. He was an outstanding athlete participating 
in both basketball and baseball. Gary was named to the 
WAC second team in 1963 in the hoop sport and picked 
on the Skyline All Conference team in 1962. He lettered 
in both sports all three years while maintaining a 3.44 
GPA. When Gary originally came to BYU he was 
awarded a leadership scholarship. 



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PRESIDENT ERNEST L. WILKIN- 
SON was selected by the Board of Trus- 
tees in 1950 and assumed office in 
February 1951. President Wilkinson 
graduated from BYU, received his LLB 
from George Washington, and was 
awarded his Doctor of Juridical Science 
degree from Harvard Law School. He 
taught law at New Jersey Law School, 
entered law practice in New York, 
started his own law firm in Washington, 
D.C. and gained a national reputation 
when he obtained judgments of $32 mil- 
lion for the Ute Indians from the gov- 
ernment. Dr. Wilkinson has seen the en- 
rollment of BYU increase over 100 per 
cent under his administration. He has 
directed the physical growth of the uni- 
versity with over 70 major campus build- 
ings being completed, among those were 
Clark Student Service Center, Heritage 
Halls, McKay Building, Smith Family 
Living Center, Wyview Village, Hela- 
man Halls, motion picture studio, 
Knight Building, Smoot Building, Clark 
Library, Y Student Activities Center, 
and a fine arts center. The academic 
program was expanded to include a doc- 
torate program, 11 colleges, one school 
and one division. 

JERROLD GLENN RUSK, 21 year old 
senior from Sandpoint, Idaho, main- 
tained a double major of political sci- 
ence and history while minoring in 
sociology. Jerry was in the honors pro- 
gram with a 4.0 GPA he had earned in 
five semesters and two summer ses- 
sions. At BYU Jerry held a Jewel House, 
Inc. scholarship in addition to scholar- 
ships awarded by the Future Teachers 
of America, BYU, Honors program, and 
the Hinckley Foundation. He was a 
member of Archon Honor Society his 
freshman year. Jerry was the BYU nomi- 
nee for a Danforth Fellowship; was the 
winner of a Woodrow Wilson Fellow- 
ship; and was awarded a National De- 
fense Education Act Fellowship totaling 
$10,800 for doctoral work in political be- 
havior. Upon accepting this fellowship 
to the University of Michigan, he had to 
turn down a similar offer to George- 
town U in Washington, D.C. Jerry has 
a library of nearly 500 books as well as 
a collection of jazz records. He and his 
wife Jeanette will spend the summer as 
lookouts in their native Idaho's forests 
before leaving for Michigan. 




Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson directed the university's growth. 
Bruce Burton starred on the varsity basketball team. 







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Dean of Students 

office coordinated 

agencies in favor 

of student growth 

Students and faculty alike watched with 
interest the rising tower of the new Y 
Student Activity Center, soon to be the 
largest building on campus. Scheduled 
for completion in the spring of 1964, the 
building was planned to contain facili- 
ties for student activities ranging from 
bowling alleys to ballrooms. The Center 
would also contain facilities for a whole 
stake to hold meetings, and consequent- 
ly the LDS Church subsidized the build- 
ing's cost, the remainder of which was 
covered by profits from the student 
bookstore and a building fee included 
in tuition charges. 

Lyle S. Curtis was appointed director of 
the Center, and plans were being for- 
mulated in his office to organize student- 
administration coordination in order to 
make the Center as functional and bene- 
ficial to the students as possible. 




Eliot Cameron assumed duties of Dean of Students Office after coming from Utah State. 



Ariel BaUif 
Merwin Fairbanks 
Robert Gwilliam 
Vem Jensen 
Alma King 
Kenneth Lauritzen 
Dean McDonald 
Darrell Moses 
Clvde Parker 






Student Coordinator Lavar Rockwood helped push students' cause. Lyle Curtis was in charge of the nearly completed Y Student Center. 





lav Eitncr and Georgeanna Johnson were assistants to the Student Coordinator; Elva Davis served as his secretary in the SSC basement. 

Studentbody president's office headed by Dave 

Mervin White, Bill Wilsted, and Doyle Seely served under Dave Stone as executive assistants. Executive Receptionist Carolyn Hatch and 
Historian Carol Paekham managed the office and historical facets of the studentbody president. Activities were supervised in Room 170 SSC. 




342 




Associated Studentbody President of BYU David Stone, originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, claimed Provo as his home while at school. 

Some apathetic students on campus 
claimed that student government on 
campus was merely a pawn in the hand 
of the university administration. How- 
ever, devoted student government work- 
ers gave untiringly of their time and 
talents to make student functions and 
activities interesting and diversified 
enough to include all of the student- 
body. An anxiety which underlined the 
entire year's activity was the anticipa- 
tion of moving into the new Y Student 
Center. Although the completion date 
was over a year away and most of the 
1962-63 officers would never get to use 
the center, most were farsighted enough 
to begin laying the ground work to 
make the transitional move which was 
to come much easier. 

Marie Kartchner from Bountiful, Utah served 
as executive secretary to President Stone. 

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Lending a touch of femininity to the Executive Council was Maria ASBYU Vice President of Finance was Fred Streuling. Originally 
Ann Toronto from Spanish Fork, who was Vice President of Culture. from Neubrandenburg, East Germany, Fred came to the United 

States in 1953. 



Culture veep 



Finance veep 



Events Chairman Rik Simpson, Organizations Chairman Judi Tryon, Finance assistants, who worked processing requisitions, included Ron 
Assistant VP Jim Tryon, and Secretary Phyllis Nelson assisted Maria. Pierce, Joy Magelby, Bruce Reiche, DeAnn Merrill, Frank Medgin. 




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Y's Men solo saxophonist and electrical engineering major Orion 
Wood headed studentbody social activities. Orion was from Cedar 
City, Utah. 



Racine, Wisconsin was the home town of Vice President of Student 
Relations Will Whittle. Majoring in political science, Will was a 
junior. 



Social veep 



Relations veep 



Business Manager Darrell Madsen, Assistant VP Jerry Garnder, 
Secretary Vicki Bean, and Central Dance Chairman Haws Marble 
assisted Orion Wood. 



Joan Muir was in chrage of public relations while Bob Parchman 
acted as assistant veep and Dave Thomas was publicity chairman 
under Will. 




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Student senate formulated policies 




Front row: Merwin Grant, Joan Toronto, Sydney Smith, Kathy Loumis, Doug Morrison. Second row: Bobbie Hansen, Lynn Walker, Leslie 
Cameron, Lynn Dayton, Linda Ludlow, Tom Brown. Back row: Bob Liljenquist, Jerry MacDonald, Ned Ashby, Bik Patterson, Larry King, 
Larry Beed. 



Traffic court handled miscues 




The student senate functioned to ap- 
prove the S100,000-plus budget allotted 
to the various student functions. They 
also were active in designating the 
money raised for needy organizations 
during Campus Chest Week. Their 
function as designated by the constitu- 
tion was to legislate all bills pertaining 
to the student association. On approval 
of the ASBYU president, the bills would 
then become law. 

The traffic court, in its third year of 
existence as an auxiliary of the BYU 
supreme court, functioned as an appeals 
court for the benefit of those students 
who felt thev had been unjustly ticketed 
by campus security officers. Students 
were first required to pay the traffic 
ticket and could then appeal it for a 
refund pending the verdict. 

Student Traffic Appeals Court members were 
Nancy Xisivender, Bichard Johnson, Jerry 
Driscoll, John Crook, David Klemm, and Anita 
May. 



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AMS and AWS councils 




Front row: Ron Woolley, Roy Edwards, Lynn Hodge, Wayne Young. Second row: Doug Powelson, Alf Pratte, James Smart, Dave Firm- 
age, Blaine Palmer, Ronald Doxey, Norman F. Smith. Back row: Eugene Barbezat, John Thorn, John Jex, Lee Wirthlin, Paul Williams, 
Elwood Zaugg, Blaine Lee, Pete Smith, Kent Hansen. 



One of the activities for which the 
AWS-AMS councils was best known was 
the awarding of the coveted Supremacy 
trophies to organizations and wards for 
academic and athletic excellence. The 
groups were also in charge of the inter- 
national students and carried on many 
activities relating to student housing. 
The AMS council was in charge of the 
mammoth Y Day activities, student 
transportation during Freshman Orien- 
tation Week, and the annual Fight 
Night in the fieldhouse. 
The AWS group sponsored Women's 
Week with its myriad of activities, 
monthly culture nights, a Mothers' Re- 
ception during April Conference, and a 
large annual fashion show. Both groups 
were re-organized yearly, with officers 
being elected by studentbody vote. 

Front row: Evelyn Christensen, Marion Stew- 
art, Jeanne Muir, Lynn Varner. Second row: 
Martha Randall, Susan Woodcock, Judy Ben- 
son, Pat Taylor, Marilyn Brown, Linda Hig- 
ham. Back row: Kathy Medley, Liz Toronto, 
Marsha Foreman, Mary McAllister, Judy Fisch- 
er, Pat Fritzsche, Sue Lunt. 




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A WS Housing 



Front row. Ginger Portie, Andrea Leavitt, Lois 
Williams, Diane Sargeant, Gay Ripley. Back 
row. Lynn Kennard, Linda Babb, Karen Espe, 
Shirley Barton, Jane Scholes, Lynn Varner. 



Jr. AMS Council 



Front row. Ken McHenry, Jay Southwick, 
Richard Tippets, Mike Fisher, Roger Lambert. 
Second row. Mike Hannon, Allan Theobald, 
Evan Rowley, Randy Benson, Brent Hardman, 
Bruno Vassel. Bach row. Bob Nisbet, Brent 
Archibald, Richard Scott, Benson Whittle, Dave 
Terry. 



Jr. AWS Council 



Junior AWS Council members included (front 
row) Linda Craig, Betty Cosseboom, Sue 
Logie, Kathleen Payne, (second row) Sheryl 
Yates, Glenna Whiting, Margaret Smith, Elaine 
Bitton, Ann Rasmussen, Susan Bankhead, 
(back row) Nickie Hancock, Jane Schroeder, 
Ann Welch, Pat Fritsche, Carolyn Swenson, 
Nicki Chamberlain, Pauline Thornton, Kath- 
leen Christensen. 




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AMS Presidency 



AWS Presidency 




Associated Men Students activities were under the direction of Vice 
President Ron Woolley, President Roy Edwards, and Secretary 
Lynn Hodge. 



AWS activities were under the direction of Secretary-Treasurer 
Jeanne Muir, Housing Veep Lynn Varner, Activities Veep Evelyn 
Christensen, and President Marion Stewart. 



Honor Council perpetuated system 

Front row: Phyllis Brennan, Eileen Grix, Kay Gowdy, Loma Barnhard, Gordon Thompson, Robert Lewis, Carol Peebbs, Carolyn Dilworth, 
Sharon Brusco. Second row: Christine Hatton-Ward, JoWynn Dotson, Barbara Kay Smith, Beatrice Goff, Ani Clipper Watene, Elin 
Crnkovic, Annette Brown, Vae Bragg, Linda Malin, Roberta Tanner. Third row: Sharon Stevenson Andy Demetropoulos, Jack Reinwand, 
Doug Schribner, George Rogers, Dick Johnson, Rex Mohlman, Randy Benson, Carl Mitchell, Sue Embry, Roberta Tabor! Back row: Clar- 
ence Johnson, Tom Piatt, Jim Montgomery, Larry Keeler, Reed Ogden, Victor Mylroie, David Klemm, John Hardy, Terrel Robinson, John 
Hawkes. 




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Academic 
Emphasis 



The Academic Emphasis Committee 
sponsored an issue of the supplement to 
the Daily Universe, the Galaxy. Through 
this effort and other projects they in- 
tended to increase the academic spirit 
on campus. They also sponsored the 
Book of the Semester project. 



Members of the Academic Emphasis Commit- 
tee included ( front row ) Kathleen Perona, Rae 
Ann Wright, Doran Hunter, Alexandra Ashton, 
Gerri Hancock, (back row) Rodney Dee John- 
son, Bruce Mclff, Todd Andersen, Norman 
Ball, Ron Robison, and Lanier Britsch. 



Central 
Assembly 



All student assemblies were coordinated 
by the Central Assembly Committee. 
The problems of staging, lighting, tap- 
ing, music, plus a myriad of other prob- 
lems became the personal responsibili- 
ties of those who worked on the com- 
mittee. 



Members of the Central Assembly Committee 
included (front row) Jim Trvon, Judi Tryon, 
Rik Simpson, Michelle Priebe, (second row) 
Ann Odell, Birdie Stevens, Verlie Stevens, 
Rene Dewey, ( back row ) Judy Roylance, Leif 
Walker. Richard Boivie, Eleanor Glazer, and 
Elaine Ralph. 




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Central 
Dance 



Whether the students preferred stomps, 
hops, or formals, the Central Dance 
Committee endeavored to create a varia- 
tion of dances which would please all 
tastes. They also coordinated who would 
play in what halls on which nights. 



Members of the Central Dance Committee in- 
eluded (front row) Bob Webb, Judv Stephens, 
Haws Marble, Sandra Sandberg, Kent Brown, 
(second row) Pat Cable, Liz Doty, Mavis Has- 
kel, Karla Jensen, (back row) Darrell Mad- 
sen, Jennylea Wotherspoon, David Pavne, Car- 
ole Porter, and William Walter. 



Elections 
Committee 



The Elections Committee tried to en- 
force all of the rules and conduct all 
elections so that one candidate would 
not have an unfair advantage over an- 
other. Despite their noble efforts, the in- 
genuity of many officer candidates 
overwhelmed the rules. 

Members of the Elections Committee included 
(front row) Becki Anderson, Karen Anderson, 
Kathy McEwen, Sharon Combs, Karma Olson, 
Bev McKnight, Rae Greenwood, Delyse Han- 
sen, Vicki Higginson, Karen James, ( back row ) 
Mary Anne Black, Howard Snow, Doug Hind- 
marsh, Richard Jacobs, Jim Gillians, Boyd 
Robertson, Ashel Evans, and John Udall. 



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III 



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A western themed student assembly, a Sophomore class sponsored "Little Abner," and student officers attending a forum represented ac- 
tivities which added to the lives of the studentbody socially and culturally. Student participation at the Y was high in comparison to other 
large universities. 




354 





Kim Jacobs from Provo served as vice president for Frosh. 




Provo was also the home of Frosh Secretary Sue Larson. 
Freshman Class President was Merwin Grant from Arizona. 



Freshmen class was largest ever in Y history 

Front row: Susie Ward, Bobbi Hansen, Arrol Wheeler, Tonya Mackley, Merwin Grant, Sue Larson, Rich Patterson, Joan Toronto, Peggy 
Vance. Second row: Judy Ballard, Marsha Gardner, Lucy Jo' Harwood, Linda Jordan, Cinda CaUister, Shenla Phelps, Judy Honie, Lou 
Anne Stewart, Renae Farris, Maxilyn Copell. Third row: Stuart Collyer, Marialee Neighbours, Lois Meldrum, Merilyn Henrie, Margie 
Bentley, Eileen Zaugg, Lee Anderson, James Armstrong. Back row: Richard Eliason, Neil Hadlock, Dick Harmer, Robert Klomp', George 
Tate, John Phillip, Mary Johnson, Errol Bagley, Stephen H. Clark. 




355 



HUH II^^H HHH MHilM 








Aaron, Joan Carolyn 
Abajian, Kathryn Jo 
Abbott, Marra Ray 
Abbott, Richard Webb 
Ackerson, John F. 
Adams, Don Gay 
Adams, Sharon 



Ahlborn. Robert C. 
Adamson, Diana 
Aland, Barbara Jane 
Albertsen, Solveig A. 
Albretsen, Jack Vernon 
Alder, Julia Ann 
Allan, Judith 



Allen, John Michael 
Allen, Robert Jerry 
Allen, Thomas Stanley 
Allen, Vivian Elaine 
Allison, Catherine Ann 
Allmendinger, Karen A. 
Allred, Kristine 



Alway, Nancy Sheryl 
Anderson, Barbara Jean 
Anderson, Becky Lee 
Anderson, Bruce W. 
Anderson, Gary Lee 
Anderson, Ingrid Lynne 
Anderson, James C. 



Anderson, James David 
Anderson, Karen 
Anderson, Lee Grant 
Anderson, Lowell E. 
Anderson, Lynn John 
Anderson, Nancy Ann 
Anderson, Paul H. 



Anderson, Richard E. 
Anderson, Robert Jess 
Anderson, Roger Frank 
Anderson, Verlene 
Andra, Dale 

Andreasen, William Rov 
Andrus, Ilene 



Freshmen 



AtoBax 




Andrus, Rhea 
Andrus, Ruth RaNae 
Anthony, Sharon Allyn 
Arave, Irma Deanna 
Argyle, Reed L. 
Armstrong, James C, Jr. 
Armstrong. Larry LeRoy 



Arnell, Carolyn 
Arnett, Linda Jean 
Arnold, Nancv Lee 
Arrington, Kathie J. 
Ashbv, Margaret Lucile 
Ashbv, Ray L. 
Atherton, Jon Milton 



Atkins, Robert J., Jr. 
Atwood, Bonna Sue 
Austin, Edwin Wright 
Babcock, Marjorie Sue 
Babcock, Mary Ann 
Backlund, Linda Jean 
Baer, Stephen Charles 



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Baggett, Judy Colleen 

Bagley, Errol Call 

Bagley, Logan A. 



Bahr, Stephen Joseph 

Bailey, Barbara L. 

Bailey, Stephen Wesley 



Bailey, Sydnee Gay 

Bailey, Richar David 

Baity, Donald Norman 



Baker, Judith Ann 

Baker, Karen Lee 

Baker, Pamela 

Baker, Patricia 

Baldwin, Joan 

Baldwin, Verna Jean 

Bales, Dan Stephen 



Ball, Thomas Foster 

Ballantyne, Gordon K. 

Ballard, Diann 

Ballard, Judith Ann 

Ballard, Marcia E, 

Ballard, Robert Nelson 

Bangerter, Jerry Lynn 



Banks, Eugene Wilson 

Banks, Mary Ann 

Barber, Lynn 

Barker, Ruth Ann 

Barlow, Douglas Kent 

Barlow, Isabel Ann 

Barlow, Lincoln F. 



Barnes, Betty Jo 

Barnes, Constance Lee 

Barnes, Kathryn Lyn 

Barnett, Diane Ruth 

Barney, Allen Jon 

Barney, Mack Lee 

Bamhill, Roy James, Jr. 



Barrett, Linda Ann 

Barrett, Martha Elaine 

Barrett, Sharon Ruth 

Barrett, Terry James 

Bartholomew, Fae 

Bartholomew, Ida Beth 

Barton, Betty Ann 



Barton, Marilee 

Barton, Nancy Lorraine 

Bastian, Camille 

Batanero, Maria Paz 

Bateman, Bvron Vaun 

Bateman, Cheryl 

Bateman, Suzanne L. 



Bates, Susan Merry 

Batman, James Leonard 

Baton, Sydney Frances 

Bauer, Mark David 

Baum, Floyd Sylvester 

Bawden, Jill 

Baxter. Chervl Ann 




357 




Beal, Gerald Clive 
Beardall, Armel Owen 
Beaujeu, Maurice 
Beck, Merilyn Rose 
Beckstead, Carolyn M. 
Beckstrom, Sherie 
Bell, Arids Ann 



Bell, Dudley Lee 
Bell, Kathleen Kay 
Bell, Linda Louise 
Bell, Louise 
Bell, Roger Dan 
Belliston, Joseph R. 
Bench, Dennis Gordon 



Bennion, Katherine Ann 
Bennion, Vernon Ralph 
Benson, Vaughn Clayson 
Bentley, Margaret 
Benton, Norma Ann 
Berg, Arthur Frank 
Bergstrand, Gerald A. 



Berkey, Carol B 
Berry, Charlotte R. 
Berry, Dorothy Jean 
Bertagnole, Rose Ann 
Beutler, lone 
Bever, Grant Alan 
Beveridge, Sandra Kay 



Bigler, Dale Clarence 
Bilbro, Loretta Anne 
Billings, Glenn Edward 
Bills, Karren 
Bingham, Ethel Edna 
Bingham, Joyce 
Bingham, Lynda Kay 



Bingham, Margy Marie 
Bingham, Michael Gene 
Bingham, Steven Ray 
Bird, Beverly Kay 
Bird, Floyd Henry 
Bird, Jean Deoine 
Birrell, Dennis Walker 



Freshmen 



Bea to Bur 





Wtmw 





Bisel, Judy Ann 
Bitton, Lola Elaine 
Black, Dennis Charles 
Black, Mary Anne 
Blackburn, Virginia L. 
Blackham, Virginia J. 
Blackmun, Lynn Renee 



Blaine, David Loyd 
Blair, Katherine 
Blake, Russell Lowell 
Blattner, Dana Louise 
Blazzard, Joanne 
Bleak, Leslie Rae 
Bleyl, Sandi Mae 



Bliss, Sandra E. 
Blomquist, Helen Anne 
Blood, Paul Leslie 
Bluth, John Frederick 
Bobbs, Sheila Louise 
Boggs, Sara Kate 
Bollinger, Thomas W. 



358 



Bond, Kathryn 

Borden, Carol Ann 

Bowen, Linda 

Bowen, Stella Nadine 

Bowers, Karen Bernice 

Bowler, Richard Hebron 

Bowman, Laraine 



Boyack, Terrel Fred 

Boyce, Sally Maude 

Boyer, Wayne Fred 

Boyle, Danny Parker 

Brach, Suzanne Loretta 

Bradley, Garrv C. 

Bradley, Joan 



Bradshaw, Blaine S. 

Brady, Caroline Kay 

Brady, Mary Katherine 

Bramlett, George Allen 

Brandt, Carolyn 

Branson, Richard Hugh 

Brehm, Carolvn Ann 



Bremer, Mickey Lou 

Brennan, Phyllis Jean 

Brent, Victoria Powell 

Breuninger, Donna Lynn 

Brewer, Deanna Gayle 

Brimley, Ann Shirley 

Brink, Shervl Lee 



Brinsmead, Joan Adele 

Brinton, Paul Hillman 

Brinton, Sharon Lenore 

Brinton, Susan 

Briskey, Marilyn May 

Brockhoff, Marian C. 

Branson, Janet 



Branson, Margaret Jean 

Brooks, Re Nae 

Brown, Annette 

Brown, Carvel Sevier 

Brown, Donald Philip 

Brown, Doyle Hayes 

Brown, Evelyn Marie 



Brown, Julia Mae 

Brown, Kris tine 

Brown, Mary Susan 

Brown, Nancy Gail 

Brown, Patricia Ann 

Brown, Robert Kenneth 

Brunson, Donald Lerov 



Brunson, Joseph W. 

Brunt, Roger S. 

Brusco, Sharon Lee 

Bryant, Anthony Emmons 

Buchi, Douglas O'Brien 

Budd, Carolyn Ruth 

Bunch, Thomas David 



Bunker, Shirley Ann 

Bunnell, Eileen 

Burdett, Nancy Lyn 

Burger, Richard S. 

Burgess, Carolvn 

Burgess, Norma 

Bumieister, Carole A. M. 



Burnes, Peter Douglas 

Burnett, J. Reid 

Burns, Brenda 

Burns, Jeannette Sue 

Burrup, Crystal Jean 

Burrup. Terrell Edward 

Burt. Charles Richard 




359 









Burton, Sandra Sue 
Bushman, Joy Lynn 
Bushman, Laree 
Bushman, Vaughn Allen 
Butler, Charles L., Jr. 
Butler, Linda Sue 
Butler, Margaret 



Butler, Susan Lee 
Butler, William Don 
Butschek, Jean Ruth 
Butterfield, Claudia K. 
Butterworth, Joan K. 
Bybee, Bonnie Jean 
Cahoon, Tressa Gay 



Cain, Margaret Ann 
Calder, Susan Louise 
Calderwood, Aon 
Calderwood, Carmen 
Cales, Darrell Eugene 
Call, Kristin E. 
Call, Lois Jean 



Call, Marilv Idonna 
Call, Tomie Loy 
Callister, Cinda 
Callister, Lee S. 
Callister, Thomas J. 
Cameron, Grover Bruce 
Cann, Robert Dale 



Canning, Irene Marie 
Cannon, Walter Gary 
Capell, Maxilyn Marie 
Caraway, Sue Elaine 
Cardall,' Richard D. 
Cardon, Peggy Arlene 
Carey, Hallie Margret 



Carlile, Brent G. 
Carlson, Cheryl C. 
Carlson, Karen Lucille 
Carlson, Sandra Lee 
Carlton, Linda Neil 
Carlyle, Michael Scott 
Carpenter, Linda 



Freshmen 



Bur to Col 




Carrigan, Neil Keith 
Carroll, Wallace W, 
Carter, Carol Jean 
Carter, Carolyn Rose 
Carter, Corene 
Carter, Eldridge N. 
Cartrette, Sheryl Jon 



Case, Marv Margaret 
Cash, Carol Lee 
Cash, Francis Winford 
Casto, Robert Fenno 
Catlin. Carole Ann 
Caswell, Susan Alice 
Chadwick. Douglas B. 



Chadwick, Linda Lou 
Chalk, Vincent Leroy 
Chamberlain, Carol N. 
Chambers, G. Dawn 
Chambers, Max Brent 
Chanslor, Donna Gail 
Chapman, Rosanne 



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Chappie, Richard Lynn 

Chasteen, Gary Paul 

Chatterley, Jimmie L. 



Chavez, Christina 

Child, Patricia 

Chipman, Cheryl Jean 



Chipman, Lynette E. 

Choate, Karen 

Christensen, Adelbert 



Christensen, Anthon C. 

Christiansen, Carma D. 

Christensen, Dianne 

Christensen, Edward 

Christensen, Gail Ann 

Christensen, Maria 

Christensen, Marvin H. 



Christensen, Raeone 
Christensen, Richard L. 

Christensen, Verlina 

Christenson, Don J. 

Christiansen, Lyn May 

Christiansen, Stephen 

Christopherson, Kay 



Christopherson, Wm. R. 

Chung, San Chi 

Church, Linda Marie 

Clark, Alma Charles 

Clark, Carollyn 

Clark, Connie Lou 

Clark, Lyman Bryce 



Clark, Malinda Jane 

Clark, RDean Merrill 

Clark, Robert Allen 

Clark, Sandra Dee 

Clark, Stephen Edward 

Clark, Stephen Hone II 

Clark, Stephen Jack 



Clark, Virgil Howard 

Clarke, Marcia Lee 

Clausen, Nancy Maxine 

Clayton, Julie Anne 

Clayton, Kathleen 

Clayton, Toni Ann 

Clegg, Constance 



Clinger, Judith Kay 

Clippinger, Terence M. 

Close, Jack Dean 

Cluff, Catherine J. 

Guff, Myrna Louise 

Clyde, Dianne 

Coalson, Cheryl S. 



Cobabe, Jane Elizabeth 

Coburn, Cecil Bruce 

Cochran, Jo Ann 

Cole, Sherry Kay 

Coleman, Dennis Marvin 

Coleman, Kenneth Ricks 

Coles, Marjorie 




First time for a study date to the library 




361 




Collins, Ann Louise 
Collins, Kathleen 
Collins, Michael D. 
Collver, Stuart Cyril 
Colt, Marianne 
Colvin, Gary Thomas 
Colvin, Evelynn Howell 



Condie, Sheryl Anne 
Conkling, Cornelia B. 
Conover, Raymond H. 
Cook, Bruce Jensen 
Cook, Don William 
Cook, Helen Irene 
Cook. Ina Lee 



Cooley, Ronald Lee 
Coombs, Margaret Sue 
Coper, Anelladee 
Cooper, Caren 
Cooper, Diane Marion 
Cooper, Kathy 
Cope, Brenda Clare 



Cornils, Verne Walker 
Cosseboom, Patricia A. 
Cothran, Dixie Rose 
Cottom, Annette 
Cottle, Brent Charles 
Cotrell, Claudia E. 
Cottrell, Kenneth T. 



Coursey, Joann Zay 
Cowan, Joann 
Cowart, Wanda Sue 
Cowley, David Leonard 
Cowley, Janet Katie 
Cowley, Stephen Conrad 
Cox, Christine 



Cox, Joyce Marie 
Cox, Veda Christine 
Craft, Joanne Doris 
Cramer, Diane Elaine 
Crandall, Dorene 
Cranfield, Timothy A. 
Crawford, Harold Clark 



Freshmen 



Col to Dvo 




Crawford, Phillip B. 
Crawley, Cheryl Ann 
Criddle, Jean J. 
Crismon, Carol Ann 
Croasmun, Thomas Duane 
Cropper, Ada Maline 
Crosby. Pamela Ann 



Crowley, Doris Ann 
Crowther, Bruce Bjoran 
Culbertson, Catherine 
Culley, Bonnie Ann 
Cullimore, Nancy Marie 
Culy, Karen Lee 
Cuningham, Karen Joy 



Curtis, Dan Gaylen 
Cutler, Barbara Jean 
Dague, Donna Dianne 
Dahl, Richard Pehrson 
Daniels, Karen Phyllis 
Daniels, Patricia Ann 
Danley, Janice Earlene 



362 



Darnell, Jo Ann 

Darrah, Maureen Kay 

Davis, Carole 

Davis, Clyde Allan 

Davis, Conrad William 

Davis, Danny Glen 

Davis, James Micheal 



Davis, Robin Burt 

Davis, Sherrill Kaye 

Davis, Sue Ann 

Davies, Diana Renee 

Dawson, Adele 

Deadder, Stanley E. 

Dean, Marilyn 



Deaver, Robert Lee 

Decelle, Karen Jean 

Degooyer, Byron Ray 

Delangie, Suzanne 

Delany, Terry 

Demeter, Eugene J. 

Denkers, Elaine 



Denning, Diana Dee 

Derr, Karen Elfriede 

Derricott, Glenda Rae 

Derrow, Michael Wayne 

Deschamps, Paula Ann 

Despain, Kathleen 

Dethloff, Bonnie Lynn 



Devereaux, Dennis J. 

Devereaux, Jimmie Dean 

Devitt, Kathleen 

Devocht, Margaret J. 

Dibb, Delia Mae 

Dickman, Vernon G. Wm. 

Dietz, Karen 



Difloure, John Bruce 

Dill, David Mitchell 

Dille, Karen Ruth 

Dionne, Robert Paul 

Dishinger, Diane Rae 

Dittmore, Marlene E. 

Dixon, Don Charles 



Dixon, Donna Evelyn 

Dixon, Gary Virge 

Dobwey, Arthur Michael 

Donahoe, David Raymond 

Dorman, Roger Norval 

Dorny, Pamela Rae 

Dosal, Maria Lynn 



Douglas, Michael David 

Douthitt, Sara K. 

Downs, Marilyn 

Dray, Shirley Marie 

Dredge, Bruce Marlin 

Dredge, C. Paul 

Drommond, Nadine 



Duell, Bonny Lucille 

Duffin, Barbara 

Duker, Martha Louise 

Dumford, Donna Kay 

Duncan, Diana Jean 

Duncan, Lana Jean 

Dunlap, Marilee Joanne 



Dunn, Kathleen Irene 

Dunn, Mina Christine 

Dunning, Sandra E. 

Durfey, Maryanne 

Durrant, Virginia 

Dutcher, Thomas Lee 

Dvorak, Dianne May 




363 




Denzer, Clarence E. 
Dye, Barbara Joan 
Eagar, Delwin Thomas 
Earl, Darwin Devoe 
Earl, John Lawrence 
Easter, Kathleen J. 
Eastley, Lee Vem 



Eastwood, Linda Jeanne 
Eberhard, Rand 
Eberhard, Wynn Lowell 
Eccles, Judith Ann 
Eccles, Eric Jay 
Edgar, Grover Carl 
Edgar, Michael William 



Edgel, Ginny Lou 
Edmisten, Ramon A. 
Edmunds, Michael McCoy 
Edwards, Carolyn Kay 
Edwards, Rozanne Carol 
Egan, Sandra Lee 
Egan, Vonetta Elaine 



Eggett, Walter Gerald 
Eggleston, Richard Fay 
Edwards, Kathleen R. 
Ehmke, Norman Dean 
Ekins, Deann 
Ekins, Margaret 
Ekker, Glena 



Eldredge, David A., Jr. 
Eliason, Alice E. 
Ellis, Margaret Kay 
Ellis, Ronald Carlyle 
Elmer, George Rex 
England, Ruth Ann 
Enke, Alan Albert 



Enke, Elizabeth M. 
Epperson, Steven Paul 
Ercanbrack, Paul R. 
Eriksson, Karin S. 
Espe, Karen Ann 
Esquerra, Ronald Lee 
Etcheverry, Willie M. 



Freshmen 



Dye to Gan 




Etherington, Margaret 
Ethington, Harold Dean 
Eubanks, Janet Dale 
Evans, Gail Patricia 
Evans, Jeri Ann 
Evans, Judy 
Evans, Margaret 



Evans, M. Margaret 
Everett, Linda L. 
Everett, Sharon Fae 
Evertsen, Janice 
Evertsen, Mareen G. 
Eyre, Gary J. 
Facer, Patricia Jean 



Fail, Linda Ann 
Faller, Pearl Irene 
Farnsworth, Kent R. 
Famsworth, Rosalind 
Farrer, Linda Sue 
Faufata, Ilona M. 
Fausett, Lonnie Ray 



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Fee, R. Chris 

Feland, Thomas F. 

Felsted, Raymond Kay 



Felt, Paul E. 

Felt, Stephen Boyd 

Ferguson, Thomas Allen 



Ferkovich, Ardith I. 
Ferrin, J. Deanne 
Fielding, Lavina 



Fife, Donna Lee 

Finnigan, Pamela Kay 

Firmage, Colleen 

Fisher, David Calvert 

Fisher, Michael Scott 

Fisher, Robert Kent 

Fitts, Helen Gwen 



Flaherty, Fay Ruth 

Fleming, Judith Lynn 

Fleming, Linda Kay 

Fleming, Sandra Lee 

Fletcher, Clyde Boyd 

Flinders, David Cannon 

Florie, Victor W. 



Flower, Kay Marie 

Fogg, Laurie Richard 

Folsom, Gregory M. 

Fonoimoana, Carl M. 

Foote, Robert Kenneth 

Ford, Dinah Rae 

Ford, Lester Bruce 



Forester, Frances M. 

Forsvth, Douglas R. 

Forsvth, Marilyn June 

Foster, Eric Dean 

Foutz, Alicia 

Fowers, Craig Emerson 

Fowkes. Randy James 



Fowles, Margaret Ann 

Fox, James Allan 

Fox, Karen Jean 

Fox, Olivia R. 

Francis, Davis Richard 

Franklin, Irene Loree 

Franson, Janet 



Franz, Anneva Burton 

Fraser, Judy Ann 

Freer, Loa Ann 

Frehner, Rex Arlan 

Frome, Karen Lynn 

Frost, Teresa 

Fry, Jeanine 



Fumer, Carolyn 

Gagon, Patricia Eloise 

Galbraith, Marcia H. 

Gale, Patra Louise 

Gallagher, George R. 

Galloway, Charlotte V. 

Gano, Darlene 




. First visit to Cannon Center snackbar for socializing . . 




365 




Gant, Douglas Jay 
Garber, Paul Jerold 
Gardea, Frances Y. 
Gardner, Carol Ann 
Gardner, Dorette Gay 
Gardner, Glenda June 
Gardner, Helen E. 



Gardner, Karren Lee 
Gardner, Lance Glen 
Gardner, Margaret 
Gardner, Marsha 
Gardner, Richard Lewis 
Garrett, Amy Suzanne 
Garvey, Marjorie S. 



Gates, Dorothy L. 
Gay, Sunnette Ann 
Gee, Kenneth Paul 
George, Wayne Marion 
Gessel, Steve F. 
Ghaffari, Reza 
Gibbons, Armitta V. 



Gibson, Delia Anne 
Gibson, Marilyn 
Gidney, John Evans 
Gifford, Evalee 
Gilbert, Jack Frost 
Gilbreath, Lonnie Ruth 
Gilchrist, Thomas E. 



Giles, Peter Butler 
Gilgen, Read Grant 
Gill, Margaret Ellen 
Gill, Thomas Steffen 
Glancy, Leon Stuart 
Glass, Louis Eugene 
Glass, Vera C, 



Glemaker, Malcolm S. 
Goates, Donna 
Gockeritz, Paula Rae 
Goddard, Judith Louise 
Goeringer, Roger Allen 
Goff, Delford Ervvin 
Goodenow, Nancv Ann 



Freshmen 



Gan to Har 




Goodman, Beverly Ann 
Goodman, Elaine 
Goodwin, Evan Horrocks 
Goodwin, Marilyn 
Gordon, David Kent 
Gore, Brenda Ann 
Correll, Ronald Ray 



Gorrell, Marilyn Kay 
Gossett, Warren C. 
Goudy, Kay Donna 
Gould, Erlyn Sharon 
Gover, Donna Kay 
Gowers, Marion Ray 
Gradv, Rena Arleen 



Graff, Steven Gerald 
Graham, Bonnie Jean 
Graham, Gary Wayne 
Grannis, Susan Ann 
Grass, Harriet 
Gray, Helen Jo Ann 
Grebe, Keith Rov 



366 



Green, Dian 

Green, Karen Ruth 

Grenall, Lynne Ellen 

Greene, Dennis Ray 

Greene, Nancy Karen 

Greenwood, Afton L. 

Greenwood, Rae Clayton 



Griffin, Lois 

Griffin, Loretta Mae 

Griffiths, Elizabeth L. 

Grigsby. David Alan 

Grigsby, M arena Ann 

Grossquebauer, Warren A. 

Grotepas, Richard W. 



Grover, Betty Louise 

Gruman, Barbara Elaine 

Gubler, Wendell Ray 

Gunn, Robert James 

Gunther, Metta Marie 

Gurney, Laree 

Haack, Naoma 



Haag, Amy Rosanne 

Haddock, Rodney Joseph 

Hadfield, John Leo 

Hadley, Ranae 

Hagen, Lois M. 

Haggberg, Edward S. 

Haggerty, Joann 



Haines, Albert Edwyn 

Hakes, Lorene Kay 

Hale, Leon Randall 

Hales, Catherine 

Hall, George Ray 

Hall, Laura Lu 

Hal!, Patricia Jo 



Halls, Susanne 

Halvorsen, John C. 

Hammond, Karen Lynne 

Hammons, William Jay 

Hanberg, Rex Stanley 

Hancock, Nickie Rae 

Hancock, William H. 



Hanks, Brent David 

Hanks, Richard Kay 

Hannan, Michael T. 

Hansen, Barbara 

Hansen, Delvse Elayne 

Hansen. Janice Louise 

Hansen, Karen 



Hansen, Leland Floyd 

Hansen, Linda Lee 

Hansen. Margaret 

Hansen. Paul Leonard 

Hansen, Sharon Lee 

Hansen. Susan Ann 

Hansen, Wanda Bettv 



Hanson, Sandra Jean 

Hardy, Annette Louise 

Hardy, Dean Mark 

Hardy, Marilynne Gayle 

Hardy, Rav Lvnn 

Haroldsen, Jovee C. 

Harmer, Don Richard 



Harmer. Susan 

Harmon, Doris 

Harper. Arlene 

Harper, Stephanie I. 

Harrington. Kenneth L. 

Harris, Boyd Leonard 

Harris. Evan Rav 




367 




Harris, Janet Renae 
Harris, Joanne 
Harris, Myles Jay 
Harris, Pamela Rose 
Harris, Richard Leslie 
Harris, Ronald Ellis 
Harrison, Linda S. 



Harrison, Marina E. 
Harrison, Saundra Lee 
Harrop, Carol Ann 
Harston, Marlene 
Hart, Frank Gerald, Jr. 
Hart, Sharon Marie 
Hart, Shirley Ann 



Harthun, Calvin E., Jr. 
Hartkopf, Kathleen J. 
Hartung, Thomas Wm. 
Hase, Thelma Joy 
Hastings, Maxine 
Hatch, Barbara 
Hatch, Beulah Jane 



Hatch, Darlene 
Hatch, Lvnell Yvonne 
Hatch, Mary Ellen 
Hatch, Ronald John 
Hatch, Marilyn Anne 
Hatch, Sandra Gay 
Hatch, Wilder Kim 



Hatfield, Jacqueline W. 
Hathaway, Anne M. 
Hawkins, Jennifer Jill 
Hawkley, Daniel Leland 
Haws, Carolyn Shiveley 
Haws, Uvene 
Hayes, Jeannie K. 



Hayes, Marjorie Ann 
Haynie, Orson Calhoun 
Hazlett, Willard C. 
Heath, Karen Lee 
Heath, Sharon Dawn 
Heder, Sharon Jean 
Hedgepeth, Fred 



Freshmen 



Har to Hub 




Heiner, Quentin W. 
Heiser, Richard Ray 
Henderson, Betty Ann 
Henderson, Carla Rae 
Hendrickson, John F. 
Henry, Dana Lee 
Herget, Craig Quibell 



Hetland, Deitra Jean 
Hiatt, Irene Elizabeth 
Hicken, Lorin Richard 
Hickey, Patricia Joan 
Hickman, Thomas Lee 
Hicks, Edward Henry 
Higgins, Timothy R. 



Higginson, Alzina M. 
Higginson, Vicki J. 
Hilbig, Wayne Bower 
Hill, Carolyn Virginia 
Hill, Earl Kirk 
Hill, Franklin Howard 
Hill, James Charles 



368 



Hill, Lelon Ronald 
Hill, Margaret Lynn 
Hill, Nancy Carolyn 



Hill, Norma Kay 

Hill, Rosemary 

Hill, Sheldon Dean 



Hill, Sterling Cornaby 

Hillam, Richard Jon 

Hillard, Diane Louise 



Hilton, Patsy Carole 

Hilton, Robert Brent 

Hilton, Stephen Homer 

Hinkson, Joy Ann 

Hinson, Sandra Kaye 

Hitchcock, Nelda Pearl 

Hix, Terry Louise 



Hodge, Kathryn Ann 
Hodge, Stanley Miller 
Hodgkins, Earl W., Ill 
Hoeft, William La Man- 
Hopkins, Jeanne Mary 
Hogan, Laurel Larue 
Holbrook, Connie 



Holgate, Dan Elwin 

Hollingsworth, Tom O. 

Holmgren, Janet 

Homer, Nancy Ruth 

Hooper, Susan 

Hoopes, Louise Lucile 

Hoops, Kathryn 



Hoppe, Clare Louise 

Hopper, David Wendell 

Horn, Ellen Kay 

Home, John William 

Home, Judith Lynne 

Horrocks, Dean R. 

Horrocks, Terri Le 



Horsley, Roger Kent 

Horton, Jo Ann 

Houck, Linda Mae 

House, Sandra Ann 

Hover, Marilyn 

Hovik, Barbara Ann 

Howard, Linda Rae 



Howard, Roger Ellis 

Howell, Vaughna Jean 

Howell, Sandra Jean 

Howell, Shirley Alice 

Hsu, David Otis 

Huber, Carol 

Huber, Lynn Edward 



Hudson, Sharon Sue 
Huffaker, Hal Sherman 
Huffman, Raymond E. 
Hughes, Beverly Ellen 

Hughes, Bronwyn G. 
Hughes, Edwena Mae 

Huish, Dennis Copen 







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369 




Humble, Val Dean 
Humphries, Virginia 
Hunt, Calvin Dean 
Hunt, Carolyn Mae 
Hunt, Clara Marie 
Hunt, Jeff Milo 
Hunt, Jon Leslie 



Hunter, Cheryl 
Hunter, Marijane L. 
Huntley, James Douglas 
Huntsman, Rulon Jay 
Hurley, Donald Obert 
Hurst, Karen Sue 
Hussey, William D. 



Hutchcraft, Sandra Sue 
Hyde, Marjorie Lorene 
Hyte, Susan Yvonne 
Ingebrigtsen, Evlyn R. 
I org, Glenna Vee 
Ison, Hertha 
Ivey, Claudia Lyn 



Ivins, James Rodney 
Jackson, Flint R. 
Jackson, Janice R. 
Jackson, Robert Lewis 
Jacobs, Alan Keith 
Jacobs, Kimball Lee 
Jacobsmeyer, Cherlyn 



Jacobson, Joann 
Jameson, Olivia Jane 
Jamison, Sheryl Lee 
Janosky, Bonnie Jean 
Jarman, David Collis 
Jarnecke, Jo Ann L. 
Jarvis, Danelle 



Jarvis, Rosemary K. 
Jarvis, Kenneth Alan 
Jaussi, Curtis Layton 
Jefferies, Kent A. 
Jefferies, Lynn M. 
Jenkins, Lorraine M. 
Jenks, David Eugene 



Freshmen 



Hum to Kel 




Jennings, Barbara J. 
Jenrette, Judy Kay 
Jensen, Arnold William 
Jensen, Cheryl Corinne 
Jensen, Diann E. 
Jensen, Don Leroy 
Jensen, Gary Lee 



Jensen, Judith Jill 
Jensen, Marcia Jean 
Jensen, Marsha Lee 
Jensen, Rex Buckley 
Jensen, Richard Brent 
Jensen, Richard Louis 
Jensen, Terscott Earl 



Jepsen, Eileen 
Jeppsen, Robert Wynn 
Jeske, Dean Frank 
Jett, Glenda Gayle 
Jetter, Robert Allen 
Jewett, Paul Ronald 
Johansen, Michael W. 



370 



Johnnie, Eva Lynne 
Johnsen, Alta Ann 
Johnson, Alan Clane 
Johnson, Ada Louise 
Johnson. Bobbie Lee 
Johnson, Carl Robert 
Johnson, Clyde L. 



Johnson, Colleen 

Johnson, Conrad S. 

Johnson, Dennis Ronald 

Johnson, Diane 

Johnson, Diane 

Johnson, J. Paul 

Johnson, Janet 



Johnson James William 

Johnson, Jeanette P. 

Johnson, Jeffery O. 

Johnson, Judith Louise 

Johnson, Kenneth E., Jr. 

Johnson, Margaret 

Johnson, Mark Thomas 



Johnson, Pamela 

Johnson, Patricia Ann 

Johnson, Robert Martin 

Johnson, Ruth Fletcher 

Johnson, Thelma Dee 

Johnson, Theodora Lynn 

Johnson, Van Richard 



Johnson, Van Roberts 
Johnston, Jeanette F. 
Johnston, Mary Jane 
Jolley, Clofton Holt 
Joliey, Dean Vemon 
Jolley, Vernon Ferril 
Jones, Anita Louise 



Jones, Cheryl Darlene 

Jones, Craig Dee 

Jones, Dona Rae 

Jones, Floyd 

Jones, Glynis Lyle 

Jones, Harley Harsen 

Jones, Harold Edwin 



Jones, Jeffrey L. 

Jones, Marcia Lee 

Jones, Michael Von 

Jones, Monte James, II 

Jones, Patricia Ann 

Jones, Phillip R. 

Jones, Robert Earl 



Jones, Susan Kaye 

Jones, Val Brent 

Jones, Viola Fay 

Jonson, Jan Christer 

Jordan, Linda Faye 

Jordison, Clyde Lamont 

Jorgensen. Bruce Wayne 



Jouste, Paula Irmeli 

Judd, Doyle Robert 

Judd, Mary Lynn 

Julian, Beverley Ann 

Julian, Ronald Wayne 

Juncker, Cheryl Lu 

Kammerman, Gerald C, 



Kearl, Catherine Ann 

Keate, Kathryn Anne 

Keith, Frances Marie 

Keith, Kathleen 

Keller, William Craig 

Kelley, Robert Allen 

Kelsey, Michael Roland 





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371 




Kendrick, Loie Sibyl 
Kennard, Marcia 
Kent, David Leroy 
Kenworthy, Deanna Lynn 
Kerbey, James M., II 
Kettlev, Richard Merle 
Kienzle, Ronald Leroy 



Kimball, Cordon R. 
Kimball. Pamela 
King, Karen Kay 
King, Karen Vera 
Kingdom, Jocelyn 
Kirchmar, Carol Lynn 
Kirk, Imogene Lucille 



Kirkpatrick, Wendell B. 
Klein, Joseph F. 
Klingman, Patricia Ann 
Klomp, Gerard Robert 
Klungervik, Gorm Vegar 
Knapp, George Mason 
Knight, Nora Jean 



Knudsen, Jayne Ellen 
Knudsen, Kristine 
Kofford, Shauna R. 
Kohler, Edna Marie 
Kohler, Wilma 
Korpela, Seppo Antero 
Kotahalian, Mariam 



Kowallis, Pamala 
Kunz, Ardys 
Kotter, Mary Vernice 
Kremer. Donna 
Krieger, Larry Dick 
Kruis, Linda Darlene 
Kucek. Linda Marie 



Lafon, Betty Joan 
Laker, Brent R. 
Lake, James Ronald 
Laker, Brent R. 
Lallis, Acel Dee 
Lamb. Myrna Eva 
Lambert, Roger Joseph 



Freshmen 



Ken to Lot 








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Lambson, Georgia Lyn 
Lamoreaux, Carolyn 
Lancaster, Donald Ray 
Landro, Guttorm 
Laney, Roberta Jean 
Lang, Janet 
Lang, Margaret Jean 



Langson, Richard K. 
Larch, Carol Jane 
Largo, Jimmie Roper 
Larsen, Barbara Jane 
Larsen, Beverly A. 
Larsen, Henry F. 
Larsen, John C. 



Larsen, Lacey Leilani 
Larsen, Marion Claire 
Larsen, Michael W. 
Larsen, Paul Gene 
Larson, Anne Marie N. 
Larson, Ernest Man- 
Larson, Kerry B. 



372 



Larson, Linda Marie 

Lasater, Randall Lynn 

Laudenberger, John W. 



Law, Sandra Beth 

Laws, David Paul 

Lawson, Kathryn Jo 



Layton, Judith Kay 

Layton, Terry Wayne 

Lear, Patricia 



Lebaron, Brent Cheney 

Lebaron, Eva Gene 

Ledoux, Lottie Anne 

Lee, Andrea Marie 

Lee, Beckie Ann 

Lee, Elizabeth Jane 



Lee, George 



Lee, Karen 

Lee, Lawrence Julien 

Leech, Shirley Ann 

Leethomas, Mary M. 

Lehman, Nora Lynne 

Lehnhof, Harold Ernest 

Leithead, Kathryn 



Lemon, Elaine 

Lemon, James Nelson 

Lenio, Terence Anton 

Lenker, Warren George 

Lentini, Irene Lee 

Lether, William Alma 

Lewis, Benita Jo 



Lewis, Carolyn 

Lewis, Connie Kaye 

Lewis, Lois Patricia 

Lewis, Mark M. 

Lewis, Myreel Uijjf 

Liddell, Byron C 

Liebelt, Francine 



Lillywhite, Roslyn I. 

Lindquist, Edward 

Lindsey, Elizabeth A. 

Lindsey, Elizabeth A, 

Lindsey, Garth Scott 

Linebergen, Kathryn S. 

Lisonbee, Mary Louise 



Livingston. Barbara A. 

Lloyd, Diana Lee 

Lofgreen, Harold Van 

Lofgren, Judy 

Lollar, Shirley Grace 

Lomax, Kathryn Bernice 

Lomkin, Jackie Lynn 



Long, Ardith Ann 

Longhurst. Hervey Joe 

Loosli, Anna 

Loper, Charles Eugene 

Losee. Lois Anne 

Lota, Valerie K. 

Lotzman, Virginia L. 




373 



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Freshmen 



Lou to Mey 




Louw, Ronald Charl 
Loveless, Mvreen Pearl 
Lovenbury, Joan Alison 
Loveridge, Arnold V. 
Lowe, G. Brent 
Lowham, Janice Fay 
Ludlow, Robert C. 



Luke, Noel Dillon 
Lukens, Loren Earl 
Lund, Sandra 
Lundberg, Juanita 
Lundberg, Ruth Ann 
Lunt, Elno James 
Lunt, Nedra Vea 



Lunt, Olas Arnold, II 
Luscher, Norman Karl 
Lusk, Catherine Ruth 
Lyman, John Leslie 
Lyman, Joseph Hansen 
Lyman, Lareen Joy 
Lynch, Maureen Susanna 



Lynn, Jacquie Beth 
Lyon, Georgia Jean 
Lyons, Jane 
Lysy, Eugene William 
Ma, Liak Hwe 
MacBean, Sandra M. 
Macdonald, David M. 



Mack, Janet Mary 
Mackay, Sherry Renei 
Mackie, Dennis Allan 
Madsen, Christine 
Madsen, Dan S. 
Madsen, David Wilford 
Madsen, John David 



Maki, Carol Joy 
Malin, Mary Linda 
Mallea, Carol Ann 
Maloy, Maureen Ann 
Malquist, Paul Edward 
Mangelson, Karen 
Mangum, Lester J., Jr. 



Manley, David Jay 
Mann, Georgia Theodora 
Manwaring, Adele 
Manwaring, Edward J. 
Manwaring, Michael E. 
Marchant, Lewis P. 
Marjerison, Robert A. 



Marlowe, Richard C. 
Marquez, Dolores Jean 
Marriette, Delores A. 
Marsh, Catherine R. 
Marshall, Ramah 
Martin, Sherry May 
Martin, Thomas Austin 



Martinez, Gleecy Mary 
Marx, Linda Larene 
Mason, Bonnie Lyn 
Mason, Beverly M. 
Mason, Carma Sue 
Mason, Doreen Dean 
Massey, VVayvellea D. 



374 



Matheny, Melissa 
Matheson, Margaret 
Mathewson, Sandra Ann 
Matsen, Judith Linda 
Matteson, Wm. ]., Ill 
Matthews, Kelly King 
Mattingly, Philip Ray 



Maughan, Julia Rae 

Maughan, Sheryl Marie 

Mauro, Ardell J. 

Maxwell, Neta Marie 

Maxwell, Carol Ann 

May, Anita Viola 

Mayo, Garry Ray 



McCaine, Ronald James 
McCann, Dale R. 

McCann, Mitchell John 
McCarry, Linda Grace 
McClellan, Keith John 
McClellan, Linda Lee 

McClellan, Marianna S. 



McCleve, Nora 

McCoy, Carma Elaine 

McCrummen, Carol Jean 

McCune, Shannon 

McDonald, Annalee 

McDonald, Ellen Pat 

McDonald, Kent R. 



McDowell, George Larry 

McEuen, Kathleen 

McEuen, Margaret Jane 

McGee, Renee 

McGregor, Cathlin 

McHenry, Kenneth Wayne 

Mcintosh, Fred Farrell 



Mclntyre, Earl Frank 
McKenzie, Roger Ivan 
McLaughlin, Karen M. 
McLeod, Patricia Jean 
McMaster, Heather E. 
McMullin, Spencer E. 
McOmber, Douglas A. 



McPherson, Dianna L. 

McPhie, Sheryl Anne 

McQueen, Georgia Gene 

McUne, Sheila Virginia 

McWhirt, Sharon Kay 

Meadows, Barbara E. 

Mecham, Ann 



Mecham, Jill Sylvia 

Mecham, Wanda 

Medley, Margaret Ann 

Medlyn, Douglas Ray 

Meeks, Ron 

Meldrum, Lois Elaine 

Mellor, Greta E. 



Melton, Arthur Richard 

Memmott, Kent C. 

Memmott, Marjorie 

Memmott, Neralyn I. 

Mendenhall, Stanley L. 

Merchant, Michael D. 

Merrell, Sondra 



Merrihew, Susan 

Merrill, Delis Ann 

Merrill, Marlene 

Merritt, Blaine Rich 

Messinger, Jerry T. 

Metcalf, Samuel E. 

Meyers, John Wayne 




375 




Meyers, Mavis Ailleen 
Mickelsen, Karen Lee 
Middleton, Mary Jane 
Mikkelsen, Irene 
Miles, Naomi Charmaine 
Miller, Carolyn Dee 
Miller, John Edwin 



Miller, Judy Lynn 
Miller, Kathy Ann 
Miller, Linda Carol 
Miller, Robert Hollis 
Millet, Sandra Sue 
Miller, Susan Lorraine 
Millett, Lawson Dwight 



Millis, Marion Joyce 
Mills, Gordon Everard 
Mills, Susane Gail 
Mitchell, Helen Marie 
Milner, Elizabeth Ann 
Mitchell, Wilford B., Jr. 
Mix, Barbara Belle 



Molen, Karen Ethel 
Monaco, Jonell 
Moncur, Connie Loraine 
Moncur, Linda Louise 
Monson, Karen Ruth 
Monson, Wayne Kenneth 
Montgomery, James S. 



Montgomery, Nancy Kay 
Moody, Jeffrey Brian 
Moody, Robert Bruce 
Moon, Caroline Beth 
Moon, Hugh Elliot 
Moon, Norma 
Moon, Vernon Everett 



Moore, Karen Duane 
Mooring, Brenda Kaye 
Moorman, Glenn Wilbur 
Morford, Gary Edwin 
Morgan, Mary Margaret 
Morgan, Ronald Edgar 
Morgan. Tamara G. 



Freshmen 



Mey to Nus 




Morley, Janice Louise 
Morris, Carla Jean 
Morris, Janet Fae 
Morrison, Darrel S. 
Morrison, Leland Jed 
Morrow, Dennis Lyle 
Morse, Dana Gay 



Mortensen, Linda Pearl 
Moss, Elizabeth Ann 
Moss, Mary Kathleen 
Moulton, Sydney 
Mounteer, Marva Joan 
Mouritsen, Lela Jean 
Mower, Michael Raymond 



Moyle, Linda 
Mudd, Dwight Eldund 
Muhlestein, Kathryn 
Muir, Bruce Buys 
Munoa, Judith Ann 
Murdock, Rosemary 
Murdock, Thomas F. 



376 



Murphy, Sandra Lee 

Murray, Jane Ardis 

Murray, Patricia Gail 



Myers, Larry Dee 

Myers, Susan Ann 

Myntti, Christina H. 



Myres, Gerald Leland 

Nagata, Terrell Teruo 

Naisbitt, Kathleen 



Napoleon, Maud May K. 
Nations, Bonnie Jean 
Naylor, Patricia Ann 
Neighbours, Marialee 
Neil, Stephen Andrew 
Nielsen, Linda Joyce 
Neilson, Charla Diane 



Neilson, Janice Ruth 

Neilson, Ronelda Marie 

Nielson, Rye W. 

Nelson, Bruce Allen, Jr. 

Nelson, Dale Douglas 

Nelson, Dennis Wayne 

Nelson, Donna Marie 



Nelson, Larry Earl 

Nelson, Nadine 

Nelson, Ronda Lee 

Nelson, Susan 

Nelson, Virginia V. 

Nessen, Jovan 

Neuhuys, Yvonne 



Neves, Lyle Joseph 

Nevills, Judith Arlene 

Newman, Marcy Lee 

Newman, Vicki Ann 

Nichols, Bonnie Jean 

Nichols, Elizabeth May 

Nichols, Lvnn L. 



Nicolaysen, Carol M. 

Nielsen, Mac M. 

Nielsen, Marjorie 

Nielsen, Michael E. 

Nielsen, Reed Nicholi 

Nielson, Eva Lue B. 

Nielson, Llovd James 



Nielson, Meredith Ann 

Nielson, Susan Lynne 

Nims, Leslie Jean 

Nisson, Christine 

Niswender, Nancy Ann 

Nix, Kenneth Carl 

Nixon, Joseph Verdon 



Noonchester, Michael L. 

Nowland, Katherine L. 

Nowland, Kathleen L. 

Noyes, Verla 

Nuffer, Vicki Lynn 

Nuismer, Jo Ellen 

Nuse, J. Lynda 




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377 





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Nybo, Lamar C. 
Oaks, Charlene Ann 
Oberhansly, Billie B. 
Oberly, Robert Price 
Oborn, Janet 
Odell, Ann Cady 
Odell. William Charles 



Odom, Herman Wesley, Jr. 
Odonnal, Larry Sheldon 
Ogle, Vera Daveen 
Ohara, John H., Jr. 
Olberg, Cheryl Lynn 
Olivas, Manuel Raul 
Olsen. Andrea 



Olsen, Carolyn Rae 
Olsen, Helen Phyllis 
Olsen, Karma 
Olsen, Marc Kent 
Olsen, Ray Leo 
Olson, Charles Leonard 
Onion, Baron Elwell 



Olsen, Valorie Dee 
Ord, Sandra Kay 
Orme, Nancy Jo 
Ossmen, Sharon Kay 
Ott, Linda Inez 
Otten, Julie Jane 
Ottlev. Vivian Agnes 



Ouzts, Stacy Carter, Jr. 
Ovard, Sharon Faye 
Owen, Amy 
Owen, Linda Rae 
Pack, Eulala Ann 
Packard, Joanne Marie 
Paez, Daphne 



Page, Janet Louise 
Palfreyman, Earl Rees 
Palmer, Connie 
Palmer, Eileen 
Palmer, Jimmie Ray 
Palmer, Myra Pearl 
Palmer, Rav William 



Freshmen 



Nyb to Pos 




Palmer, Rose Lynn 
Papenfus, Sally Lynne 
Papenfus, Rosalie M. 
Paradise, Robert Bruce 
Parent, Valorie Carole 
Paris, Robert Welch 
Parish, Virginia Lee 



Park, Jean Armstrong 
Parker, Judith Ann 
Parker, Kathrvn Ann 
Parker, Laraine 
Parker, Robert Eugene 
Parkinson, Diane E. 
Parrish. Gwendolyn M. 



Paskett, Shirley F. 
Pate, Phyllis Lynn 
Patterson, Paula Ann 
Patterson, Richard A. 
Paulsen, Judv 
Paxman, John Salmon 
Pavne, R. Kathleen 



378 



Pearson, Boyd Albert 

Pearson, Gilbert Iven 

Peart, Melva Jean 

Peay, Annette 

Pechstein, Carolyn G. 

Peck, Janis lone 

Pectol, Victor Alvan 



Peebles, Carol Lee 

Pehrson, Karen Sue 

Pehrson, Nola Jo 

Pelletier, Alice Ann 

Pendlebury, Albert L. R. 

Penrod, Patricia Ann 

Pergrossi, James Glen 



Perry, Carol 

Peters, Kenneth Allan 

Peters, Linda Lee 

Petersen, Mary Ellen 

Petersen, Phyllis J. 

Petersen, Sonja Pamela 

Peterson, Bobbe E. 



Peterson, Brenda Mae 
Peterson, Deanna Kay 
Peterson, Dennis Byron 
Peterson, Dixie Lee J. 
Peterson, Frances E. 
Peterson, John Charles 
Peterson, Lawrence R, 



Peterson, Lynda Jeanne 

Peterson, Pamela Kay 

Peterson, Patricia E. 

Peterson, Raymond Leon 

Petersen, Robert Mark 

Peterson, Stanley C, Jr. 

Pe'tt, Joan 



Petti t, Barbara Lyn 

Petty, Babette Rozell 

Peyton, Judith Kay 

Phelps, Reta Wardeen 

Phillips, Daryl Marie 

Phillips, Janet Nadine 

Phillips, John Reed 



Phillips, Judith Ann 

Phillips, Michael T. 

Pickering, Anne E. 

Pickering, Joan T. 

Pickett, Nancy 

Pierce, Lianne 

Piggott, Connie E. 



Pilling, Barbara Edna R. 

Pilling, Linda Diane 

Pincock, Cynthia 

Platero, Paul R. 

Piatt, Maralee 

Player, Mary Elizabeth 

Plusquellie, Ethel F. 



Poll, Marilyn 

Polley. Susan 

Pomeroy, Marion Reuel 

Poole, Virginia 

Pooley, Grace Effie 

Popp, William James 

Porter. Arlene 



Porter, Delia Gay 

Porter, Diane E. 

Porter, Joan 

Porter, Phillip Henrv 

Porter, William S. 

Porzio, John Alvin 

Post, Miles Ronald 




379 



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Poulsen, Darwin Rex 
Poulsen, Lvnn James 
Poulsen, Richard Chris 
Powell, Brian Anderson 
Power, John Edward 
Prather, Judith Merle 
Pratt, David Rey 



Pratt, Ray Grant 
Predmore, Durinda Ann 
Preston, Gary Leo 
Priebe, Michele H. 
Priest, Richard H. 
Pritt, Robert Elden 
Pritt. Thomas Elwood 



Proctor, Judith Ann 
Prusse, Sharon May 
Prutzman, Penolope E. 
Purchase, Carolyn Ruth 
Pvne, Mar>' Lou 
Quinn, Dennis Michael 
Quinnev, Susan Ann 



Ragland, Susan Gayle 
Randall, Nick Harvey 
Rankin, William Lee 
Ransom, Carin Jean 
Rapier, David Arthur 
Rasmussen, Ann 
Rasmussen, Carolyn 



Rasmussen, David Elver 
Rasmussen, Mayre 
Rasmussen, Thomas A. 
Ratliff, Marlane C. 
Rawlins, Dorothy Helen 
Rawlinson, Lewis Earl 
Rawlinson, Nancy Jean 



Rawls, Francis James 
Ray, Barbara Ann 
Reading, Carolyn 
Reading, Kathie 
Ream, Elisabeth E. 
Reams, Arthur James 
Redd, Verl Chester 



Freshmen 



Pou to Run 





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Reece, Sherrilyn Jo 
Reed, Karen Louise 
Reed, Natalie 
Reeve, Janet Kaye 
Reimer, Todd Hillard 
Reinhard, John Adams 
Rencher, Valden Flake 



Renell, Janice 
Reno, Pauline Kay 
Row, Cheryl Ann 
Reynolds, Eva Jean 
Rhodes, Julia Cheryl 
Ricci, Teresa Pearl 
Rice, Charles David 



Rice, Deborah Dine 
Rice, Kathleen 
Rice, Paul William 
Rich, Alan Michael 
Rich, Allvn Francis 
Rich, Franklin Brent 
Richards, Grant Lund 



380 



Richards, James Horace 
Richards, Kathleen 
Richards, Sandra J. 



Richardson, Carol L. 

Richardson, Jill 

Richardson, Karon E. 



Richardson, Patricia L. 

Richins, Carol 

Richins, Darrow E. 



Richins, Pennie Kay 

Richmond, Michael Don 

Ricks, Carole Stoddard 

Ricks, James Lawrence 

Ricks, Ruth Ann 

Rieff, Marv Eileen 

Riefler, Grover Hugo 



Riggs, Dennis Carl 

Rindlisbacher, Norma L. 

Rinehold, Norma Lucile 

Ririe, Edward Shelton 

Ririe, Eileen 

Roberts, Helen Louise 

Roberts, Mary M. 



Robertson, Brent Aaron 

Robertson, James M. 

Robertson, Janell 

Robertson, Linda 

Robinson, Alan H. 

Robinson, Alene 

Robinson, Barbara Jean 



Robinson, Danna Joan 

Robinson, Janie 

Robinson, Janice E. 

Robinson. Linda 

Robinson, Kathleen 

Robinson, Melvin Hyde 

Roderick, Duretta D. 



Roestenburg, Cheryl L. 

Rogers, Gary Lamar 
Rogers, Kay 

Rogers, Moana Jean 

Rogers, Pamela June 
Romney, Betty Kathryn 

Romney, Judith Ann 



Rose, Carol Rae 
Rose, Dorette Cecile 
Rose, Veronica Mary 
Ross, Kathryn Alice 
Ross, William Aubrev 
Rounds, Susan Aileen 
Rowen, Ronald Dean 



Rowley, Elaine 

Roylance, Sharon Lois 

Royle, James Vincent 

Ruchti, Ross Daw 

Rudd, Gary Lynn 

Runyan, Bonnie Jean 

Runyan, Judith Ann 




381 




Russell, Gordon F., Jr. 
Rydman, Richard Kent 
Rydman, Ronald David 
Rygg, Bruce Glenn 
Rvrting, Clydene 
St. Clair, Noah M. 
Sageman, Karen lone 



Salim, Parichehr 
Salin, James Warren 
Saloranta, Raili K. K. 
Sampson, Dewey Craig 
Sanborn, Karen Estelle 
Sandberg, Gilbert Ivar 
Sanderson, Jerry L. 



Sant, Charlene 
Sant, Kathleen T. 
Santos, Shirley Jean 
Savage, Kathleen Ann 
Sbragia, Georgia Leann 
Scalmanini, John C. 
Scarborough, Patricia 



Schauers, Marilyn 
Scheurn, Jerry L. 
Schmidt, Christine L. 
Schmidt, Roberta J. 
Schimmer, David M. 
Schneider, Darrel Lee 
Schofield, Louis F., Jr. 



Schoonmaker, Robert C. 
Schow, Cheryl Kay 
Schrader, Cheryl Rae 
Schutz, Pierre Marcel 
Schwartz, Karen 
Schwendiman, Lorraine 
Scoresby, Juneve 



Scott, 
Scott, 
Scott, 
Scort, 
Scott, 
Scott, 
Scott, 



Donna Valerie 
Gary Neil 
Jean Lorraine 
Jeffrey Thomas 
Karen May 
Katherine Eve 
Nona Sue 



Freshmen 



Rus to Spr 




Schow, Olivia Jean 
Seamons, Jeanette 
Seamons, Karen 
Searle, Carol Fay 
Seaver, Carol Diane 
Seeley, Jeanne 
Seeley, Laura Floy 



Seely, Terrel Morley 
Seipert, Gloria Marie 
Seiter, Steven Paul 
Sell, Beverly Jean 
Sessions, Sharon Kay 
Severe, Margo Hope 
Severson, Ralph Floyd 



Seward, Susan Mary 
Shaffer, Alice La Rue 
Shaffer, David E. 
Sharp, Mary Francis 
Sharpe, Robert Hugh 
Sharps, Charles Joseph 
Shaw, Linda Leone 



382 



Shaw, Stanfrod Ellison 

Shelton, Judith Anne 

Shepard, Charles B. 

Shepherd, Carolyn 

Sheppick, Gaye Lynn 

Shoemaker, Jane C. 

Shimatsu, Rodger Kenzo 



Sherwood, Francine E. 

Short, Suzanne 

Shriver, Pamela Lynne 

Shropshire, Jacqueline 

Shuley, Ron Gene 

Shumway, Anona 

Shumway, Dean Carroll 



Shumway, Dick Elmer 

Shumway, Kathryn 

Sibbett, Rosette Faye 

Siewert, Horst F. 

Simms, Barbara Jean 

Simon, Vickie Dawn 

Simonson, Irene 



Simper, Austin D., Jr. 

Simpson, Kathleen 

Singer, Marie Golina 

Sizemore, Richard R. 

Skarda, Stephen Thomas 

Skelton, Robert L. 

Skidmore, Meretta C. 



Skousen, Juhanne 

Skousen, Katherine I. 

Skousen, Linda 

Skow, Judith Kay 

Slade, James Lynn, Jr. 

Slade, Janet Elaine 

Slade, Lagrand A. 



Slaughter, Willard A. 

Slinkard, Virginia V. F. 

Slocum, Cheryl Jean 

Smeal, Bernice 

Smiley, Gary Stephen 

Smith, Alberta Leigh 

Smith, Alexander R. 



Smith, Barton Alan 
Smith, Betty Lynne 
Smith, Burl Jeanette 
Smith, Charlotte 
Smith, Claudia Joan 
Smith, Clyde Leslie 
Smith, Craig C. 



Smith, Dennis Oliver 

Smith, Donna 

Smith, Elizabeth Kay 

Smith, Florence Mae 

Smith, Georgia K. 

Smith, Gerald Allen 

Smith, Jane Ellen 



Smith, Judy Kay 

Smith, Kenneth H., Jr. 

Smith, Laraine 

Smith, Leslie Ralph 

Smith, Louise 

Smith, Margaret Ann 

Smith, Michael Pipkin 



Smith, Nancy Lou 

Smith, Neil Bruce 

Smith, Richard Stock 

Smith, Robert Daron 

Smith, Robert Leon, Jr. 

Smith, Robert Marvin 

Sprague, Janice Mae 




383 




Smith, Sandra Joan 
Smith, Shannon Yvonne 
Smith, Sharon Anne 
Smith, Sherman Heber 
Smith, Sherry Lee 
Smith, Sylvia Dean 
Smith, Teddy Roylene 



Smith, Timothy Wright 
Smith, WilfordE., Jr. 
Snow, Janice Judy 
Snow, Marjone Kathleen 
Snow, Laurence V., II 
Snow, Lowell Miller 
Snow, Marjorie 



Snow, Phyllis Mae 
Snow, Stanley B. 
Snow, Steven J. 
Snyder, Gary Dayne 
Snyder, Wilma Sue 
Solomon, Janet Ann 
Solomon, Norman King 



Sunder, Richard Eugene 
Sonderegger, Relva 
Sorenson, Janice Lynn 
Sorensen, Linda Jean 
Sorensen, Marti Lynne 
Sorensen, Venita Ann 
Sorensen, Warren Reid 



Southwick, Jay Dennis 
Sowards, Sarah K. 
Spackman, Randall P. 
Speakman, Linda Ann 
Speckman, George F, 
Spencer, Alexa Marie 
Spencer, Carol Ann 



Spink, Gary E. 
Spradlin, Ronald Linn 
Sprick, Sharon L. 
Sprinkle, Kristina L. 
Sproul, Janet 
Sprunger, Linda Luella 
Stakkeland, Juanita M. 



Freshmen 



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Stamps, Virginia L. 
Stanley, Michael Wayne 
Stanworth, Roger Earl 
Stapelman, Danny Lewis 
Staples, Larry O'Neil 
Starr, Donna Rae 
Staska, Lerov Frank, Jr. 



Stauffer, Keith Hughes 
Stephens, Judy Diane 
Stephens, Richard G. 
Stephenson, Paula 
Sterneckert, Karen Lee 
Sterrett, Beverly Jean 
Stevens, Cheryl Ann 



Stevens, Verlie Ann 
Stewart, Darrvl Martin 
Stewart, Joseph S. 
Stewart, Lou Anne 
Stewart, Rose 
Stevens, Conalyn 
Stevens, Nancy 



384 



Stevenson, Douglass E. 

Stillwell, Linda Lou 

Stinebaugh, Thomas Lee 



Stingle, Cheryl Ann 

Stirland, Janet Worth 

Stoddard, George Evan 



Stoddard, Jean Ardella 

Stoddard, Judith L. 

Stoddard, Thomas Adams 



Stoker, Ray Leon 

Stone, Jeanne Aloha 

Stone, Rachel Diane 

Stone, Renae 

Stone, Ronnie Earle 

Stone, Sharlene 

Stosich, Esther P. 



Stout, Judith Ann 

Stout, Linda Rae 

Stowell, Dennis Earl 

Stowers, Rita Kathleen 

Strand, Diana Joan 

Stratton, Laren 

Strong, Graham Wilfrid 



Strong, Susan Kaye 

Strunk, William Ellis 

Stuart, Joanne E. 

Sturgill, Aner Douglas 

Stutz, Ronald Mark 

Sudweeks, Don Raymond 

Sullivan, John Henrv 



Summers, Robert Arnel 

Sutton, Diana June 

Swenson, Carolyn 

Swenson, John Allan 

Swenson, Joyce 

Swensen, Keith 

Svmons, Bettv 



Szymanski, Marilyn Kay 

Takahashi, Michiyo 

Talbot. Fenton Duane 

Talcott, Jostin Delano 

Taney, James Edward, Jr. 

Tanner, Athelia 

Tanner, Carol Lynn 



Tanner, David Merlynn 

Tanner, Judy May 

Tate, Karen janene 

Taye, Terry Joyce 

Taylor, Janet Louise 

Taylor, Julie Kay 

Tavlor, Karen 



Taylor, Mary Kav 
Taylor, Myron Clinton 
Taylor, Nadine Ellen 
Taylor, Randal Joe 
Taylor, Randall Lee 
Taylor, Sandra Lee 
Taylor, Sara Louise 







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Freshmen 



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Taysom, Stanford H. 
Tebbs, Michael Lefevre 
Tecumseh, Sacajawea R. 
Teeples, Karl Graham 
Teichert, Trudy 
Terry, David Spencer 
Terry, Delrae Beatty 



Terry. Elizabeth Rae 
Terry, Julia Marie 
Thayn, Rebecca Michele 
Theobald, Alice Jean 
Theobald, Allen Dean 
Thomas, Carolyn Ann 
Thomas, Dale 



Thomas, John Arthur 
Thomas Linda 
Thomas, Nancy 
Thomas, Richard John 
Thomas, Roxie Dale 
Thomas, Sterling W. 
Thomas, William Henry 



Thompson, Charles D. 
Thompson, Elisabeth 
Thompson, Ivalou 
Thompson, James W. 
Thompson, Stephen W. 
Thomburgh, Eugene F. 
Thornton, Arland Dee 



Thornton, Carol 
Thornton, Diane Lee 
Thorpe, Maxine 
Tibbitts, Craig B. 
Tibbitts, Michael G. 
Tingey, Allan Stafford 
Tingey. Sherrie 



Tingey, Ward Max 
Tippetts, Carol Ann 
Tippets, David H. 
Tischner, Mary Irene 
Todd, Kaye Marie 
Tolman, Calvin D. 
Tolman, Janet Ann 



Tolman, Lola 
Tomlin, Ellen 
Tong, Robert Lawrence 
Tong, Veronica Lehua 
Torgersen, Garth E. 
Tossman, Nancy Ann 
Tree, Steven Edward 



Tracey, Norma Jean 
Tracy, Michael Collin 
Tucker, Allie Louise 
Tucker, Barbara 
Tucker, Charles Ray 
Tuckett, Patricia C. 
Tueller, Janice Rose 



Tuft, Frank Millard 
Turlev, Luana Mav 
Turner, Jean 
Turner, Randall Glenn 
Turner, Rebecca 
Turner, William R. 
Tuss, Cynthia Joyce 



386 



Twiss, Charles Ray 

Twitchell, Georgia 

Twitchell, Ronald V. 

Twitchell, Terry Raye 

Tyler, Marie Ann 

Tysdal, Kallie Lou 

Udy, Darlene 



Ulicny, Ronald Andrew 

Urbas, Patricia Ann 

Van Camp, Barbara Joan 

Vance, Demonte Hinman 

Vance, Margaret 

Vance, Peggy Jane 

Van Moorlehem, David .F 



Van Natta, Nedra Ann 

Van Noy, Melvin Don 

Van Orman, John Ransom 

Van Orman, Peter M. 

Van Tassell, Kaye 

Van Valkenburgh, F. 

Van Wagenen, Vicki C. 



Van Wagoner, Madelyn 

Vamey, Diane Elaine 

Valughn, Linda Lou 

Vaughn, Robert Larry 

Vest, Shelia Jean 

Veteto, Claudia Rae 

Vickers, Clara Ann 



Vidmar, John Charles 

Viehweg, Adell 

Vincent, Paul David 

Vining, Floye Dianne 

Voge, Wilfried Michael 

Vogel, Michael Little 

Vogler, Detra Lynn 



Volk, Anthony Ray 

Voyles, Gene Lamar 

Wachter, Lynne Diane 

Wadley, Linda D. 

Wadley, Mary 

Wagner, Morley Vaughn 

Wahl, Nancy Arlene 



Wahl, Ramona Cayle 

Wahlen, Judy Ann 

Wahlstrom, Sharyn 

Walker, Coralie 

Waite, Judy Gail 

Waite, Steven Harvey 

Walbom, Michael David 



Waldvogel, Patricia J. 

Walker, Margot Louise 

Walker, John Robert 

Walker, Ronald M. 

Walker, Sandra Eileen 

Walker, Sherry Kay 

Walker, Valerie Dee 



Walker, Wynema Louise 
Walker, Ronald Dean 
Wall, Frederic C, III 
Wallace, Beth Elinor 
Wallace, Donna Jean 
Wallace, Kathleen L. 
Wallace, Kendall W. 



Waller, Jack Garland 

Wallis, Janet Lee 

Walser, Ronald Herman 

Walt, Carol Eileen 

Walters, Lavon 

Walther, Nina Carol 

Waltman, Leslie Rav 




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Walton, Julie Ann 
Waltz, Linda Kay 
Wangsgard, Mary Joan 
Wanlass, Kathryn 
Ward, Raymond Wilson 
Ward, Susan Lindsay 
Wardle, Lamonte 



Warner, Drusilla 
Warner, Susan 
Warnick, C. Dave 
Warnick, Kenneth Lynn 
Watabe, Masaji 
Waters, Joe David 
Waters, Larry Warner 



Waters, Nancy Irene 
Watkins, Sharon Lee 
Watson, Barbara Ann 
Watson, Joe Lee 
Watson, Marlene Fay 
Watterson, Betty F. 
Watts, Richard Vernon 



Watts, Sharen Lee 
Wax, Ronald Dean 
Wayman, Sandra Lee 
Weaver, Richard 
Weber, Linda Jean 
Webb, Alisyn Marie 
Webb, Karen Margaret 



Webb, Kenna Rae 
Webb, Lynette 
Weber, Ronald Eugene 
Weber, Winona Aloha 
Webster, Janice 
Webster, Myrna Gay 
Weight, Conda Ann 



Weimer, Geraldine Rae 
Weitzel, Cheryl May 
Welch, Ann 
Welch, Barbara Joyce 
Welling, David Robert 
Welch, Cecil Floyd, Jr. 
Welsh, Wayne Lee 



Freshmen 



Wal to Woo 




Wentz, Ruth 
Wert, Leila Elizabeth 
Wesely, Diana Louise 
West, Charles Walker 
West, Lawrence Thomas 
West, Marianne 
Westing, Mary Lee 



Weston, John Bradford 
Weston, Wayne Rulon 
Westover, Keith R. 
Westphal, Jean Louise 
Westphal, Sylvia Ann 
Whalan, Michele Janet 
Wharton, Frank Leroy 



Wheeler, Arrol Don 
Wheeler, Eunice Louise 
Wheller, Judy 
Whitaker, Larry Milton 
Whitall, Lusarah B. 
White, Carroll Jean 
White, Janice Roxey 



388 



White, John Carson 

White, Linda Dawn 

White, Winton Clement 



Whiting, Cynthia Ivy 

Whiting, Norman Craig 

Whiteford, Clifford N. 



Whitlock, Errol Boyd 

Whitney, Richard E. 

Wiggins. Geraldine F. 



Wight, Judith Ann 

Wight, Kathryn 

Wightman, David Mark 

Wik, Karen Joy 

Wilbom, Mary Sheila 

Wiley, Le Ann 

Wilkins, Arlene Marie 



Willes, Brian Ralph 

Williams, Allan Henry 

Williams, Carolyn 

Williams, Dan Conrad 

Williams, Dena Mae 

Williams, Gary Bond 

Williams, Janet 



Williams, Karen Marie 
Williams, Marvin Leon 
Williams, Roger Lavon 
Williams, Susan Louise 
Willis, Linda 
Willmore, Susan 
Wilmoth, Bruce Wayne 



Wilson, Barbara Denise 

Wilson, Dawn Lee 

Wilson, Edith Mariel 

Wilson, Janet Cheryl 

Wilson, Jayne Lynn 

Wilson, Judy Lorraine 

Wilson, Richard Frank 



Winder, Linda Lee 

Winegar, Ray H. 

Winkelman, Pamela G. 

Winterton, Diane 

Winward, Ellen Louise 

Wise, Blanche Larene 

Wisniewski, Diane Vera 



Wisniewski, Stanley 

Wistrand, Stephen M. 

Witt, Ruth Mae 

Witte, William Robert 

Wolfe, Connie Jo 

Wolsey, Thomas Brent 

Wood, Kathleen K. 



Wood, Mary Helen 

Wood, Mary Lu 

Wood, Roberta 

Woodland, Sharon 

Woodruff, Anita Marie 

Woods, Susan Kathleen 

Woolf, Kenneth Lee 



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Woolf, Ronald Jav 
Woolhiser. Priscilla L. 
W'oolley, Phillip L. 
Woollev, Wendy Susan 
Workman, Sue Ann 
Workman, Valeree P. 
Worth, Susan Angela 



Wride, Norma 
Wright. Betty May 
Wright, Cathryn 
Wright, Cathryn Ellen 
Wright, Claudia 
Wright, Lorenzo C. 
Wright, Phil Duke 



Wright. Sharon Ann 
Wriglev, Marilyn Fae 
Yamada, Shichishi 
Yockey, Terry Rey 
Yorgason, Frances L. 
Yorgason. Jav Ramon 
Yorgason, Robert James 



Youkstetter, Doreen M. 
Young, Carole 
Young, David Allan 
Young, Leonard J. 
Young, Samuel Ah S., Jr. 
Youngblood. Lana Diane 
Zaugg, Eileen 



Zehnter, Martin Allen 
Zettel, Man- Louise 
Zimmerman, Charlene F. 
Ziomek, Anthony David 
Zobell, Roberta Rae 
Zobetl, Wavne Paige 
Walk, Pauline J. 



Bowers, Arita Mae 
Smart, Jay Richard 
Barn hart. Lorn a Zoe 
Black, Margaret 
Burt, Carolyn 
Carr, Ruth Ann 
Chenev, Ellen M. 



Freshmen 



Woo to Z 




Dittmar, Edbert E. 
Guinn, Regina Sue 
Jeppsen. Linda Rae 
Merhiy, Elizabeth A. 
Snead, Renee Betty 
Walton, John 
Zitzman, Lewis Henrv 



Zimmerman, Thorvald K. 
Merman. Susan Rae 



390 



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Dillon Inouye from Sigard, Utah was 
elected to the presidency of the Sophomore 
Class. Dillon instituted a Sophomore Spirit 
Committee which was very active. 



The Sophomore House of Representatives included: Front row: Darlene Lawrence, Joan 
Erickson, Carolyn Croxford, Anne Taylor, Sherry Neff, Carolyn Hill, Sue Duffin, Lyn Enger. 
Second row: Janice Lance, Joan Merrill, Bernie Jones, Darlene Hipvvell, Sue Embry, Sue 
Nobley, Kathy Rieff, Kathy Bateman, Peggy Worthen, Dave Bauer, Peggyanne Pettit. Back 
row: James Hughes, Jerry Mason, Ward Bullock, David Thomas, Margaret Price, Don Pear- 
son, Sondra Sandberg, Paul Ramacher. 

Sophomores initiated spirit with committee 





Gary Anderson was veep of the Sophomores 
while Linda Christensen was the secretary. 



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Front row: Markay Daniels, Karen Sarret, Linda Ludlow, Jamar Hurren, Dottie Woolley, 
Carol Cawley, Pat Garrett, Linda Markham. Second row: Ruth Cannon, Juliet Vemon, 
Shauna Sheffield, Chris Otterson, Lynn Kittinger, Francine Butler, Nancy Jones, Pegganne 
Pettit, Roseanne Tueller. Back row: Leslie Cameron, Reitha Collier, Patricia Reed, Sydney 
Green, Dinda Haggberg, Ned Ashby, Jerry MacDonald, Naomi Jacob, Paula Austin, 
Karen MacDonald. 

When Dillon Inouye assumed the presidency of the Sophomore Class, 
he immediately set about to create more activities for more of his 
class. Under the name of Sophomore Spirit Committee over forty class 
members initiated a new life into class activities. During the year, the 
Sophomores presented a student assembly, built a float for homecom- 
ing, and challenged the other classes in voter turnout. 

391 





Abegglen, Joan 
Abel, Karen Gene 
Abersold, Louise 
Allen, Diane 
Acomb, Bonnie Lee 
Alder, Sharon Renee 
Alexander, Jack Earl 



Alldredge, David Leroy 
Allen, Janet Lynne 
Allen, Sharon Jean 
Allred, Earl 
Allred, Mary 
Allred, Richard Gordon 
Allsop, Lynne 



Amtoft, Susan Marie 
Andersen, Linda Rae 
Anderson, Kenna 
Anderson, Linda Lee 
Anderson, Mar Jean 
Anderson, Richard J. 
Anderson, Steven Alvin 



Sophomores 



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Andrus, Irene 
Andrus, Kendall W. 
Arbon, Mary Beth 
Archibald, Joan L. 
Armstrong, Leonard J. 
Armstrong, Paulette 
Arnold, Carol Dawn 



Arthur, Sandra 
Asay, Kathleen 
Ashby, Arda Ruth 
Ashby, Carlene 
Ashby, John Howard 
Atkinson, Dolores 
Auernig, Sherri 



Augade, Albert Charles 
Austin, Ida Elaine 
Austin, Paula Joyce 
Avati, Alexandra 
Ayers, Leonard Wayne 
Aylett, Don Charles 
Bailey, Daniel Edward 



Baker, Connie Larae 
Baker, Robert Eldred 
Baker, Susan Lynn 
Baldauf, Louise M. 
Bales, Floyd Wayne 
Ball, Nancy Ann 
Banford, James Phillip 



Bangerter, Eldee June 
Banker, Sue Ellen 
Banks, Stephen Vern 
Banta, Mable Juanita 
Barben, Bonnie Jean 
Barclay, Laura Olive 
Barker, Marilyn 



Barksdale, Sharon V. 
Barlow, Robert Dean 
Barnes, Gary Dean 
Barnett, Barbara 
Barrus, Evelyn Rose 
Barson, Lafae 
Barton, Shirley Mae 



392 



Bateman. Kathleen Rae 

Bates, Charles Patrick 

Bates. Ernest Allan 



Bav. Frances 

Beal, Robert Max 

Bean. Vicki Ann 



Beattv, Marv Lvnn 
Beaver. Charlotte Ann 
Beck, Michael Worthv 



Bell, Braxton Howard 

Bell, Suzanne Wilson 

Bennett, Charles R. 

Bennett, Connie Rae 

Berge, Don Earl 

Bernotski. Charlotte A. 

Best, Man- Lee 



Beutel, Meredith lone 

Bezdian, Joseph S. 

Bikman, Garv \V. 

Bigler, Carolee 

Bingham, Bruce Duane 

Bird, William Blood 

Bishop, Margaret Joan 



Bishop, Robert Grandon 

Black, David J. 

Blake, Kathleen M. 

Bohi. Curtis Alvin 

Boivie, Richard Lynn 

Bond, Luana Althea 

Bonner. William Flovd 



Booras. Terry Ned 

Boulter, Larrv Bruce 

Boundy, Frederick Ross 

Bow en, Bonnie Tess 

Bower, Lora Lee 

Bowers, Lvnette 

Bowthorpe, Dennis Reed 



Boyce, Vera Irene 

Boyer, Teri Louise 

Boyle, Jeaneen May 

Bradshaw, Linda Seek 

Bramall, Ruth 

Bramwell, Denton M, 

Briggs, Ivan Rasmussen 



Brisk, Allen Larry 

Broadbent, Karen Man 

Brookhouser, Carol L. 

Brooks, Barbara Jane 

Brough. Daniel Richard 

Brown. Deanne 

Brown. Janeen 



Brown, Janice Marie 

Brown, Karen Ann 

Brown, Penelope Ladene 

Brown, Sylvia 

Brown, Weston Craig 

Browning, Martha Jean 

Brubaker. \ancv M. 





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Sophomores 



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Brunson, Janet V. 
Brvan, Mary Ann 
Buchan, Bonnie Lucile 
Buck, Janice Ann 
Budgett, Nancv Elaine 
Buell, Ralph Stanley 
Bunnell. Glee 



Burgoine, Robert K., Jr. 
Burgon, Victoria Kaye 
Burningham. Robert G. 
Burt, Carole J. 
Burt, Philip Bruce 
Burton, John Charles 
Bush. Richard David 



Butterfield, Judy A. 
Burningham, Janet 
Burrell, Kaylene 
Buzard, Kenneth L. 
Caldwell, Caryn L. 
Call, Nora A. 
Callister. Kenneth N. 



Cameron, Leslie 
Cammack, Carol Rose 
Campbell. Carlisle E. 
Campbell. Marilyn 
Candland. Pamela 
Candiand. Valorie 
Cannon, Kathleen 



Cannon, Ruth L. 
Cansler. Elizabeth A. 
Carlisle, Lorraine 
Carrigan, Ann 
Carter. Clifford Riiev 
Carter, Sheila J. 
Case, Llovd A. 



Caso, Georgia L. 
Casper, Gloria J. 
Castagneto, Carina K, 
Castleton, Llovd V, 
Cawley, Carol A. 
Chalk, Lucinda M. 
Chambers, Fave Ann 



Chambers, Nancy N. 
Champion, Waylon E. 
Chan, Hilda Susanali 
Chan, Wing Fung 
Chase, Duane B. 
Chiapella, Ollie Jean 
Christensen, Arlene 



Christensen, Bette M. 
Christensen, Beverly S. 
Christensen. David R. 
Christiansen, Sharon 
Christopherson, Sue 
Churchill. Catherine L. 
Clark. Fred B. 



Clark, Helen J. 
Clark, Joanne 
Clark, Margaret A. 
Clark, Penny M. 
Clarke, Dennis R. 
Coates, Phyllis E. 
Coffman, Sandra J. 



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Cole, Claudia N. 

Collier, Reitha M. 

Colvin, Nan 

Conley, Catherine J. 

Combs, Sharron Ledoyce 

Cope, Richard Carlton 

Cox, Betty L. 



Cook, Charlotte A, 

Cope, Ann Etta 

Cowley, Jon Wayne 

Crabtree, Bruce C. 

Crandall, Alice I. 

Crandall, Ann 

Crandall, James B. 



Crane, Linda 

Cranney, John W. 

Crapo, Shaunna 

Crawford, Ronald Odam 

Creasy, Eddie O'Hare 

Crenshaw, Sally Sue 

Crnkovic, Elin W. 



Croft, Janet I. 

Croft, Laraine K. 

Crompton, Diane E. 

Cropper, Marilyn D. 

Crosby, Shauna 

Crossley, Maxine 

Curtis, Ruth 



Curtis, Sharon Kay 

Curtin, Nancy Jane 

Daley, Dianne 

Daniels, Margaret K. 

Danley, Rose M. 

Darnell, Donald Ross 

Davidson, Lois Ann 



Davis, Dan R. 

Davis, Judith Gail H. 

Davis, Neils J. 

Day, David Harris 

Day, Hannah D. 

Day, Phyllis 

Day, Susan C, 



Debloois, Evan Ira 

Decker, Barbara L. 

Decker, Flora 

Demetropoulos, Andrew 

Derr, Diana J. 

Devenish, Constance I. 

Dewey, Re nee 



Dewitt, Greer 

Dexter, Ronda L. B. 

Dick, Vivian L. 

Dickson, Marilyn 

Dixon, Robert E. 

Dodd, Graham 

Donahue, Carol J. 



Doney, Shirleen 

Dorsey, Marolyn J, 

Dowdle, Clark Allen 

Doxey, George Ronald 

Doyle, Caryl Faye 

Dubois, Mary N. 

Dukelow, Virginia 



Durfey, Roma 

Durrant, Jo Ann 

Eastman, Donald Lee 

Eastman, Elizabeth A. 

Eccles, Samuel W. 

Echohawk, Lucille Ann 

Echols. Clarke Fred 








395 




Edgerton, Janet A. 
Edmonds, Donna Marie 
Edwards, Darrel 
Een, Lamont Redd 
Ehr, Gretchen Elaine 
Elder, Danny Lee 
Elder, Kathleen 



Elggren, Louise A. 
Elkins, Sheryl 
Ellison, Eva Lynne 
Ellsworth, Lawana 
Enger, Lyn Alyce 
Ellis, Leonard V., Jr. 
England, Karan 



Embrv, Susan L. 
Erickson, Muriel J. 
Evans, Dashel D. 
Evans, Robert Royce 
Evensen, Elaine Elma 
Evertsen, Muriel S. 
Excell. Irene 



Sophomores 



Edg to Har 




Fairclough, Edith L. 
Farnsworth, Marjorie R. 
Farmer, Jennifer L. 
Farr, Georgianne 
Fatani, Zakaria Yahya 
Faulkenham, Kaaren A. 
Faulkner, Darla Faye 



Felix, Gordon Kay 
Felshaw, Patricia D. 
Ferrel, David Warne 
Ferwerda, Dianne M. 
Fetzer, Judith Lynne 
Fidler, Darrel Bryce 
Fife, Douglas Jensen 



Fish, Marlene K. 
Fisher, Joy May 
Fisher, Lucy A. 
Fisher, Sylvia Sue 
Fitton, Cherill L. 
Flanigan, Chris L. 
Flowers, Sarah L. 



Foley, William D. 
Folsom, Joyce L. 
Ford, Carol 
Foreman, Marsha L. 
Forsha, Marilee J. 
Fox, Marsha L. 
Frandsen, Joan 



Frandsen, Kathleen 
Fritzsche, Patricia A. 
Frizzell, Kenneth E. 
Fueston, Claudette J. 
Funk, Ronald B. 
Gaffnev, Patricia Anne 
Galbraith, David Brian 



Galbraith, James M. 
Galbraith, Kirk P. 
Gardner, Andrew Royal 
Gardner, Joan 
Gardner, Karen M. 
Gardner, Norda 
Garrett, Patricia Vee 



396 



Gassaway, William S. 

Gathercoal, Gloria Ann 

Germer, Colleen 



Gertsch, Bonnie J. 

Gibbons, Donald P. 

Gibson, Nancv 



Gilbert, Sue E. 

Giles, Marilyn Kimball 

Gill, Diane Virginia 



Gill, Lora H. 

Gillespie, Stephen B. 

Gilliland, Janice E. 

Glazier, Lvnda J. 

Glenn, Merla J. 

Goff, Beatrice M. 

Golden, Michael J. 



Goodman, Sandra D. 

Goodsell, Virginia P. 

Goodson, Virginia H. 

Codbold. Robert David 

Goss, Thomas L. 

Gourdin, Patricia 

Graham, Clifford L. 



Grant, Gary William 

Gray, Sondra L. 

Greathouse, Cherianne 

Green, Linda K. 

Green, Lynn Montgomery 

Green, Sydney Lee 

Greenburg, William B. 



Greever, Paul T. 

Griffin, Betty Ray 

Grigg, Laurel F. 

Grimes, Mary K. 

Gross, Leroy J. 

Grow, Mary K. 

Gundersen, Janet D. 



Hafen, Ruth Ann 

Haggberg, Linda Lee 

Hahn, Georgene L. 

Hall, Antone L. 

Hall, Dee Ashbv 

Hall, Priscilla B. 

Hall, Suzzanne D. 



Halls, Lou A. 

Hamilton, Lynette Lee 

Hammons, Del Rav 

Hampton, Virginia Le 

Hancock, Brent H. 

Hanks, Marie 

Hansen, Can' W. 



Hanson, Gary L. 

Hanson, Joanne E. 

Harbaugh, Leroy Waldo 

Harline, Dennis D. 

Harline. Sharon Anne 

Harmon, Sharon M. 

Harper. Ardith R 




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397 




Harris, Joann 
Harris, Julia A. 
Harris, Ronald C. 
Harrison, Dessie Y. 
Harrison, Ruth A. 
Hart, Kay 
Haskell, Mavis D. 



Haslam, Sandra 
Hatch, Elizabeth L. 
Hatch, Michael V. 
Hatch, Shirley Diane 
Hatch, Vicky A. 
Hatch, William E. 
Hatcher, Sharyl 



Hatton, Wa-D Hazel A, 
Haueter, Barbara 
Haws, Elaine 
Hayes, Jan 
Hayes, Sarah 
Hayes, Patrick Wray 
Heidenreich, Fred L. 



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Henderson, Dixie L. 
Henderson, Rolaine I. 
Hendrix, Juanita L. 
Hepler. Joyce Marie 
Hicken, Lucy 
Hicken, Lvnne 



Hickman, De Ann 
Higbee, Glen A. 
Higgins, Sandra V. 
Higham, Linda 
Hill, Carolyn Keysor 
Hill, Janet A. 
Hill, LexieV. 



Hill, Sandra J, 
Hipwell, Darlene J. 
Hodge, Lynn G. 
Hodgson, Carol F. 
Hoffman, Mary J. 
Holbrook, Susan Rae 
Holbrook, Robert B. 



Holguin, Doris Lucille 
Holladay, Patricia 
Holmes, Mary B. 
Holmes, Janet A. 
Holmes, Ronald E. 
Holty, Carol L. 
Hone, Alton Leroy 



Hong, Sung Young Susan 
Hood, Juanita C. 
Hopkins, Bruce D. 
Houdlette, Catherine 
Houghton, Robert W. 
Houser, Lynda Mae 
Howard, Bonny S. 



Howarth, Grant C. 
Hoyal, Carl L. 
Hubbard, Mar Gene 
Huff, Joan K. 
Hughes, Frances 
Hughes, Marc Ronald 
Hullinger, Joan K. 



398 



Hult, Arnold Francis 

Hunter, Alison 

Hunter, Cheryl 

Huntsman, Susann 

Hurren, Jamar 

Hutchings, Barbara A. 

Hutchings. Geraldine 



Hydeman, Norma R. 
Isaacson, Pamela 
Isaksen, Dallas E. 
Iverson, Boyd M. 
Ivie, Jo Ann 
Ivie, Ronald Lee 
Jackson, Clark C. 



Jacob, Naomi 

Jacobs, Lujean 

Jacobsen. Susan A. 

Jacobson, Ellen L. 

Jake man, Lvnda 

Janes, Karen 

Jarman, Arthur L. 



Jarvis, Henry W. 

Jarvis, Juanita R. 

Jenkins, Martha E. 

Jennings, Val John 

Jensen, Erma Lou 

Jensen, James Richard 

Jensen. Karla J. 



Jensen, Kristin Kaye 

Jensen, Marilyn 

Jensen, Richard Lee 

Jensen, Sandra 

Jensen, Susan 

Johns, Jo Ann 

Johanson, Marcia K. 



Johnsen, Beverly L. 

Johnson. Don B. 

Johnson, Elizabeth A. 

Johnson, Gloria J. E. 

Johnson, Gordon S. 

Johnson, Jack Preston 

Johnson, Janet C. 



Johnson, Jesse K. 

Johnson, Kathleen Kae 

Johnson, Larrv Lynn 

Johnson, Linda 

Johnson, Marsha Aileen 

Johnson, Nancy Lee 

Johnson, Pamela Karen 



Johnson, Rita M. 

Johnson, Severin V. 

Johnson, Sharon 

Johnson, Trelva A 

Johnson, Virginia C. 

Jones, Bernice Jean 

Jones, Cathie Rae 



Jones, Daisy M. 

Jones, Juanita Pay 

Jones, Kathv Sue 

Jones. Lvnette E. 

Jones, Nancy 

Jones, Richard Holt 

Jorgensen, Rosalie 



Jory, James N., Jr. 

Judd, Juliette 

Juhasz, Carol Ann 

Kaesche, Wayne Curtis 

Keddington, Susan A. 

Kenitzer, Kenneth L. 

Kent. Connie Lvnn 




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Kent, Mary Elizabeth 
Kent, Sydney Maughan 
Kern, Donna Lou 
Kerr, Elva Bailey 
Kimball, Larayne 
Kirkland, Heber D. 
Klingonsmith, Sandra 



Knight, Noel Davis 
Kofford, Peggy Ann 
Kotter, Janice Rae 
Kreitzer, Ruth Diane 
Krout, Donna Marie 
Kung, Ming Hi 
Kwan, Cheung Wan John 



Kyle, Karin Martha 
Kynaston, Lynell 
Lacey, Linda Maureen 
Lalliss, Keith Rolan 
Langston, Lois 
Larch, Sherron Louise 
Larkin, Karen Jones 



Sophomores 



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Larsen, Earle S. 
Larsen, Harold Ludlow 
Lassen, Ida Maria 
Larsen, Nanalee 
Larsen, Orrilla M. 
Larsen, Ronald Dee 
Latta, John Neal 



Laudie, Marilyn 
Law, Chee Keung M. 
Law, Judy 
Laws, Retta Ann 
Layne, Linda Louise 
Leavitt, Michael L. 
Lee, Eliza Anne 



Lee, Patricia Ann 
Lemon, Gary Samuel 
Lemon, James Edward 
Levar, Forsey Freda 
Lewis, Angeline 
Lewis, Jane Kay 
Lewis, Nedra Ann 



Lewis, Sharon 
Lerwill, Lynn Mets 
Liddle, Carolyn 
Liebsack, Gale P. 
Lillywhite, Mitchell J, 
Linford, Rosann 
Lindsey, Elva A. 



Lindsey, Diana Louise 
Lines, Leonda 
Loader, Marva Kaye 
Lofthouse, Larry D. 
Long, Dianne 
Lorz, Forrest Albert 
Losee, Judith Diane 



Lothyan, Phillip Eril 
Louder, Deon 
Loumis, Katherine 
Love, Diana Carol 
Love, Linda 
Loveless, Paul M. 
Lowe, Lynda Susan 



400 



Lowther, Effie Sandra 
Loyd, David Grant 
Luekenga. Alis Kay 



Luekenga, Connie L\i 
Lunceford, Leola T. 
Ludell, Cary Aston 



Lundell, Lynette 
Lynn, Karen 
Lyons, Julina 



MacDonald, Jerry Lee 

Macdonald, Rubv Karen 

Mackie, Marlene Joyce 

Madsen, Denise 

Madsen, Elaine Anne 

Mairs, Linda Catherine 

Mallory, Jerry Donald 



Malzahn, Linda Sue 

Mangan, John Freddie 

Manning, Marcene 

Markham, Linda Lou 

Marruffo, Nazario C. 

Martin, Irlene Rose 

Martin, Janet 



Mason, Jerald Wilton 

Master, Farhad 

Matheny, Melodie 

Matson, Gayle Lavon 

Maughan, Nancy 

Maxfield, Dorothy A. 

Maxwell, Gayle 



May, Dorothy Jean 

Mazher, Hassan Mohamed 

McBeth, Alice Ann 

McAllister, Jeanette 

McAllister, Karl David 

McAllister, Mary Ann 

McBrayer. William J. 



McBride, Gerald L. 

McClellan, Luanne 

McClellan, Sharlene 

McClellan, Warren E., Jr. 

McCune, George Moody 

McGuire, Susan 

McKinnon, Charleen 



McMaster, Bruce M. 

McMullin, Richard Var 

McNamara, Gary John 

McNaughton, Jeraldine 

McPherson, Oliver L. 

McQuiston, Jacquelin H. 

McTague, Mary Leilani 



McUne, Sharol Linden 

Mecham, Joyce 

Melton, Floyd Franklin 

Memmott, John Cordell 

Merrill, Elizabeth A. 

Merrill, Joan 

Merrell, Max J. 




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401 




Michaelson, Patricia L. 
Mikesell, Fern Carlene 
Miller, Ann 
Miller, Judith Marie 
Miller, Judy 
Miller, Karen Rae 
Miller, Marilyn 



Miller, Marilyn R. 
Millet, Pamela 
Mills, Lamar Milton 
Mills, Michael Lavier 
Miner, Charles Dennis 
Miner, Mary 
Milne, Sheron 



Mitchell, Bruce James 
Mitchell, Evelyn Kay 
Mitchell, Heather E. 
Mitchell, John Kenneth 
Vlonson, Sherman Fife 
Montague, Carol 
Montgomery, Michael G. 



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Moody, Alfred Leon, Jr. 
Moody, Lydia Nell 
Moon, Sheila Marie 
Moore, Bonnie Wilson 
Moore, Harleen 
Morley, Pamela Anita 
VIorr, Bruce Robert 



Morris, Dana Carolyn 
Morrison, Mary Louise 
Morrison, Pamela Sue 
Morse, Rena Loaine 
Mortensen, Arvid L. 
Mortensen, Gail N. 
Mortensen, Judith Ann 



Mortimer, Celia Ann 
Mortimer, Christine E. 
Moses, Wayne Clair 
Moss, Robert H., Ill 
Mott, Pennie Cecilia 
Moyes, Norman Leon 
Moyes, Sandra Mae 



Muiller, Patricia Gail 
Munn, Mollie Ann 
Murdock, Carol Ann 
Murdock, Karen Marie 
Murdock, Ruth 
Murphy, Patricia Kay 
Myers, Linda Dale 



Myers, Susan Faye 
Najar, Marilyn L. 
Naser, Joan 
Nations, Jo Ann 
Naylor, Joseph Calvin 
Neal, Dallas H. 
Neff, Sherelyn Joy 



Nelson, Dennis P. 
Nelson, Kim Lee 
Nelson, Phyllis 
Nelson, Raymond Hugo 
Nerdin, Nancy 
Nickle, Douglas Scott 
Nicol, Alan Chase 



402 



Nielsen, Robin Adair 

Nielsen, Wade Lagrand 

Nielson, Michael Grant 

Nielson, Phyllis Joan 

Ninman, Janice E. 

Noble, Phillip Lael 

North, Ranae 



Norton, Allen Elroy 

Noves, Geri Lynn 

Nuila, Lotario 

Nuttall, Marion Lynne 

Nuttall, Ronald Dean 

Nyberg, Donald Glen 

Ogden, Reed W. 



Oldroyd, Stephen Bruce 

Oliver, Joe L., Jr. 

Olsen, Jerilynn 

Olsen, Sharon Lee 

Olson, Barbara 

Olson, Geraldine 

O'Neal, James Paul 



O'Neill, Michael Steven 

Orton, Kathrvne 

Orton, Lamar Neff 

Osborn, Douglas W. 

Ostler. Alvce Oleoma 

Otterstrom, Christine 

Pack, Mitzi Jo 



Packer, Merrill Lyn 

Packer, Sharon Lee 

Paetsch, Shirlev V. 

Parkin, David Stanlev 

Parkinson, Marv E. 

Parrish, Leilani Jean 

Parrish, Sharon E. 



Parsons, Dorothy Diane 

Partridge, Linda Lee 

Paull, Julie Ann 

Peacock, George Morris 

Pearson, Don Mack 

Peay, Loralee 

Peine, Russell Gordon 



Penney, Donna Irene 

Penrod, Marie Lynn 

Perkins, Cecil Owens 

Perrett, Elsie Louise 

Perrv, Dawn Mae 

Perry, Raleigh C. 

Peterson, Brian Laures 



Peterson, Dorothy Ann 

Peterson, Jav Clare 

Peterson, Jov Gay 

Peterson, Karen 

Peterson, Lynda Jean 

Peterson, Owen Kent 

Peterson, Thomas Flav 



Pettit, Peggyanne 
Pezishki, Parri 
Phair, Suzanne Beth 
Phelps. Judith Elaine 
Phillips. Jerrv Clyde 
Pitman, Frederick R. 
Piatt, Thomas Fames 



Player, Jean 

Poch, Spencer Eugene 

Pond, Farelvn 

Porter. Anthonv Wayne 

Porter, Carole Larene 

Powell, Caroly M. 

Poulsen, Craig Lamont 










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Sophomores 



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Pratt. Gary Lee 
Pratt, Lawana 
Price, Margaret Ann 
Price, Marianne 
Priday, Kaye 
Pullev, Bryant Monroe 
Purdv, Michael Edward 



Purser, Judy Anne 
Quinn, Elizabeth H. 
Rasmussen, Carl Martin 
Rasmussen, Craig W. 
Rasmussen, Dianne 
Rasmussen, Richard S. 
Randall, Martha Bird 



Ray, Gloria Jean 
Read, Victoria Pamela 
Redd, Harold J. 
Reed, Dixie Dee 
Reed, Dixie Lee 
Reed, Patricia 
Reeder, Carol 




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Reeder, Emeren Lavene 
Reeve, Kathleen Louise 
Reeve, Kathrvn 
Reeve. Linda Ann 
Reeves, Louis 
Rempel, Garv Richard 
Revnard, Nancy Ellen 



Reynolds, David R. 
Rhoton, Shirley Diane 
Rice, Roger Laurn 
Rice, Yvonne Jeanette 
Rich, Sharon Laray 
Richards, Barbara J. 
Richardson, David John 



Richee, Gayle Linda 
Richev. Sharan Kay 
Rieff , Kathryn Lynn 
Riggs, Laurel Ruth 
Roberts, Shawna 
Robertson, Lynne 
Robinson. Douglas \V. 



Robinson, Lyle F. 
Robison, Pamela 
Rogers, Joseph Ronald 
Rogers, Rose Ann 
Rolfe, Linda A. 
Rollins, Charles W. 
Rollins, Sandra Lee 



Roos. Olivia Lorraine 
Rother, Tracy M. 
Rowland, Rebecca 
Rumball, Jerry Daniel 
Russell. Stephen Hays 
Rutter, Robert F. 
Rvnders, Jacquelyn Kay 



Sabey, Marilyn 
Saleah, Jozette G. 
Salim, Massood M. 
Sampson, Allen Arden 
Sanderson, Allen Reese 
Sandiff , David Lavern 
Sant. Can* Lerov 



404 



Sarret, Karen Fay 

Saunders, Carol Jean 

Schaap, Marilyn 



Sehade. David Orion 

Schaefermeyer, Vonnie 

Schank. Ruth Vilate 



Schmidt, Maralyn 

Schneider, Albert Rex 

Scholfield, Anne 



Schofield, Madge 

Scott, Darlene S. 

Scott, Margaret Carol 

Scott, Merrill Henson 

Scott, Rodney Charles 

Seamons, David Taylor 

Searle, Sheriene 



Sedar. Roger Kai 

Seeley, Ann 

Seely, Dorothy Diane 

Sego, Robert Milton 

Sera, Barbara Gladys 

Servoss, Darelyn 

Shaw, Karren Ruth 



Shean, Diane Rae 

Sheets, Kathryn Ogden 

Sheppard, David O. 

Sheppard, Linda J. 

Sherwood, Mary Susan 

Shields, Jerrv 

Shipp, Charles Edwin 



Shown, Bari Roberta 

Shumwav, Kathryn 

Sibbert, Lyman Clyde 

Simmons, Virginia Sue 

Simons, Constance I. 

Sinclair, Kathy Sue 

Skeem, Rae Von 



Skouscn, David Cleon 

Slade, Beth 

Sladc, Francis Sheldon 

Slagle, Alma Ruth 

Slagowski, William H. 

Slater, Deanna Kay 

Smigelski. Leopold B. 



Smith, Ada Rachel 

Smith, Christine J. 

Smith, Elsa Marie 

Smith. Ceoffrey F 

Smith, Cordon Raymond 

Smith, Grace Marie 

Smith, Helen Marie 



Smith, Janet E. 

Smith, Jerry Kay 

Smith, Karen Gay 

Smith, Leon Jay 

Smith, Penelope Louise 

Smith, Randy Harris 

Smith. Robert Evan 




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Smith, Sandra Kay 
Smith. Shelly Kay 
Sonnichsen, Betsy June 
Sorensen, David K. 
Sorensen, Gerald C, Jr. 
Sorensen, Keith B. 
Sorenson, Marcus B. 



Sowby, Kathleen 
Spencer, Judith Rae 
Spencer, Phillip C. 
Spiro, Sharon Lee 
Spohr, Pamela Jean 
Sprague, Chervl Lee 
Stacey, Janet 



Stahle, Sharon 
Staples, Connie 
Staples, Dan E. 
Stayner, Stephen E. 
Steadman, Connie 
Steel, Duane Callister 
Steele, Jean 



Steimle, Ronald Morris 
Steinmetz, Connie Jean 
Stephan, Ronald Eugene 
Stephenson, Nancy Rae 
Stevens, Clyda 
Stevens, Norma 
Stewart, Sarah Ann 



Stirling, Linda 
Stoffers, Carla Rae 
Stone, Emeryn Rita 
Stott, Melvin Orren 
Stott. Pamela Gay 
Scovall, Joanne 
Stowell, Paul Kenneth 



Stratton, Jerry Clell 
Stratton, Richard Alan 
Stratton, Trudy 
Strasser, Mary Louise 
Stringham, Maureen 
Strong, Nancy 
Struhs, Ronald Leslie 



Stubbs, Marilyn 
Stuck, Susanne Lynn 
Tanner, Aksel H. 
Tanner, Barbara 
Tanner, Robert H, 
Tarvin, Donna Ann 
Tavlor, Beverlv 



Taylor, Mary Alice 
Taylor, Nancy 
Taylor, Ronnie Stanley 
Taylor, Sherene Leone 
Tee, Goan Lim 
Teemant, Tiiu 
Tennev, Faith Claire 



Terry, Sharon Lee 
Thalmann, Florance G. 
Thatcher, Carol 
Thayne, Peggy Lee 
Thavne, Shirley Rae 
Thomas, David Albert 
Thomas, David Kent 



406 






Thompson, Robert W. 

Thomas, Sheila Ann 

Thomas, Trudy Delois 

Thomas, William R, 

Thompson, Kathleen 

Thompson, Lota Deanne 

Thompson, Parley Dean 



Thueson, Marcia Beth 

Thunell, Lagene 

Tingstrom, Raymond L. 

Timberlake, David D. 

Timmons, Paula Irene 

Tingev. Lowell Rees 

Titensor, Robin 



Tobler, Karen 

Tolley, Jean Eileen 

Tomlinson, Linda Lee 

Tong, Man Cheuk 

Toronto, Ruth 

Trimnal, Mae Carol 

Tripp, Maxilvn Marie 



Trosev, Thomas George 

Trottier, Donald H. 

Tsang, Jupiter T. 

Tucker, Janice Agatha 

Tueller, Gloria Kay 

Tullos, Napoleon J, 

Turner, Brenda 



Turner, Judv Ann 

Tyler, Monroe Chenev 

L T dy. James Marvin 

L'dy, Richard Lance 

Uzelac, Robert Michael 

Van Aalst, Aukje C. 

Van Wagenen. Julie B. 



Vance, Margie June 

Vawdrey, Jon N. 

Vernon, Juliet 

Venis, Patricia Kay 

\'illella, Nancy Carol 

Vogel, Michael Little 

Von Kampen, Anna 



Wade, Cail Charlotte 

Wadley, Marielen 

Wadsworth, Brent Earl 

Waldvogel, Howard John 

Walk, Laraine Kav 

Walkenhorst, Judith 

Walker. Eleanor Fave 



Walker, Gordon Davies 

Wall, Flovd Allen 

Wallis. William David 

Walter. Judith Ann 

Walters, Max Glenn 

Wanlass, Stanley Glen 

Ward Dawna Marie 



Watson, Donald Graig 

Waugh. Man, Ann 

Weaver, Bettv Jane 

Webb, Leslve Luella 

Weber. Patricia Ann 

Weech, Shirlev Ann 

Weems. Susan Ruth 



Ward. Marilyn 

Wardleigh, Gay r,Miii 

Warner. Bettv Marie 

Warner. Jacqueline Kav 

Warner, Leah Mae 

Warner. Virginia Ann 

Watts. Daniel Lafov 




407 




Weidenheimer, RoseS, 
Welch, Brandu Joyce 
Welling, Vaughn Taylor 
Wells, Judith M. 
Wells, Kathleen 
Wertz, Mervyn Eddy 
West, Ronald Melvin 



West, Suzanne 
West, Viola 
Weston, Sandra 
Westover, Carole 
Wheeler, Dehvyn R., Jr. 
Wheelwright, Larry F. 
Whitaker, Velma Jean 



Whitaker, W ; endy Ann 
White, Carolyn 
White, Nancy Evon 
White, Richard Ray 
White, Roberta Rae 
Whites, Judith Lynn 
Whitney, Madelon Kay 



Whittaker, Charlotte K. 
Whittaker, Margaret A. 
Wiiyte, Kathryn 
Wickens, Jon Craig 
Wilcox, Nancy Kay 
Willden, Arvid Jim 
W'illiams, April Gay 



Williams, Bonnie Lou 
Williams, Earl Corless 
Wiliams, Elizabeth A. 
Wililams, Roger Kent 
Willmore, Kenneth Paul 
Wintch, Charelene 
Wimmer, Edna Faye 



Wilson, Blaine Ricks 
Wilson, Karen Ann 
Wilson, Mary Ann 
Wollschleger, Nancy L. 
Wood, Frances Diane 
Wood, Linda Lee 
Woodard, Wanda M. 



Woodbury, Mayone 
Woodcock, Patricia S. 
Wodhead, Susan Merle 
Woodland, Lee Melvin 
Woods, Vickie Carroll 
Woodworth, Mark Peay 
Woolley, Dorothy Dawn 



Wooley, Linda Lee 
Woolley, Ronald Lee 
Woolley, Susan Irene 
Worthen, Marian M. 
Worton, Keith Barnett 
Wozniak, Anita Louise 
Wright, Elizabeth Anne 



Wright, Kathryn Olivia 
Wright, Margery 
Yancey, Renee 
Yeates, Daryl Rodney 
Younce, Douglas C. 
Young, Deann 
Young, Ila Noreen 



Young, John Mortimer 
Young, Thomas Elgin 
Zarkis, John George 
Zaugg, Nola 
Zaugg, Rosemary Jean 
Zelepugas, Sally Jean 
Zimmerman, Hazel J. 



408 




Joan Wagstaff, Spokane, Wash., was Junior class secretary. 
Tony Christensen, Payson, served as president for 1962-3. 



Juniors chose new president in special election 




Tony Christensen was elected president 
of the Junior Class in the fall after the 
previously elected president decided not 
to return to the Y, but go to the Univer- 
sity of Utah. The major event sponsored 
by the Junior Class was their annual 
Junior Prom. The prom was held April 
19 and 20 and was unique in that it 
would be the last held in the east gym- 
nasium of the fieldhouse. June Christy 
appeared in concert the first evening. 
Jerry Grey and his band played for the 
dance on both evenings. 



The special collections of the university were 
kept in a specific area on the fourth level of 
the Clark Library. 



409 




Challenges faced students in all phases of life. Music was 
often an outlet. 





Alder, Merna Yola 
Alexander, Barbara 
Allen, Donald Bruce 



Adams, Vicki Lorraine 
Adamson, Janet Anne 
Adkins, Wilma Harriet 



Abrams, Howard E. 
Adams, Dixie Ann 
Adams, Linda Margaret 



Allen, Gary Lee 
Allen, Katherine Marie 
Allen, Larry Carl 
Allen, Richard M., Jr. 
Alley, Margaret Denise 
Allie, Alan Louis 
Allred, Dorothy 



Allred, Melva Lee 
Anderson, Eunice Diane 
Anderson, Jacqueline 
Anderson, Jane Ellen 
Anderson, Neal Dean 
Anderson, Marva 
Anderson, Steven Leigh 



Applegate, Dennise 
Armstrong, MicheleD. 
Arnell, Karen Melba 
Arnold, Geraldine 
Astwood, Lynne 
Atkinson, Annette 
Atkinson, David Earl 



Au Ying, Chung James 
Ayres, Carolyn V. 
Azimzadeh, Hassan 
Bagley, Lynette 
Bagwell, Barbara Gay 
Baird, Lavonne Bonnie 
Baker, Kathleen L. 



Baker, Legrand Liston 
Baker, Reeves Wilmer 
Baldwin, Dorothy Jean 
Ballard, Orlando'D., Jr. 
Bals, Christina G. 
Nickles, Sandra Chleo 
Banner, Dean Calvin 



Barber, David H. 
Barlow, Gary Duane 
Barnett, Dale Gilmer 
Barney, Jacquelyn Y. 
Barson, Clyde John 
Barrett, Lauriann 
Bartlett, Barbara Jean 



Barton, Joan 
Bastian, Reese John 
Bateman, John Morgan 
Bateman, Karen Virgie 
Bateman, Naoma H. 
Bateman, Ronald Jay 
Bates, Margo Fetzer 



410 



Beard, Susan Arleen 

Beecroft, Vivien 

Beede, Charles Quinton 

Behzadi, Bahman 

Bennett, Richard Frank 

Berglund, Gary Lenord 

Birrell, Sharon E. 



Bitter, Ronald Adams 

Bjorkman, Ida Arline 

Black, John Clinton 

Blacker, Eileen 

Blair, Neal Brian 

Blake, Leon Holt 

Blaser, Fred Valoy 



Bliss, Bonnie Kay 

Bond, Gerald Wayne 

Bonner, John Lessey 

Booth, Richard Lynn 

Bosil, Rosemary 

Botaitis, Apostolos 

Boulter, Don Foutz 



Boulton, Russell Lynn 

Bourke, Robert Leroy 

Bowler, Tommy George 

Bradford, Janice 

Bradford, William W. 

Bremer, Karen Blaine 

Bridges, Judy Louise 



Briggs, Virginia Mae 

Bringhurst, Marie 

Brinton, Sharon Irene 

Briscoe, Nancy Ann 

Broadbent, William F. 

Brown, Keith Holbrook 

Brown, Linda Marie 



Brown, Orpha Ann 

Brunson, Ann 

Branson, Janet Hope 

Bryant, Earley Juanita 

Buckmiller, Joan 

Bullock, Barbara Gene 

Bullock, Kenneth G. 





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Burbank, Jared Dean 

Bumingham, Stephen G. 

Burns, Mitchel Anthony 

Burns, Sharon Lee 

Busken, Daniel Page 

Butschek, Helen E. 

Bylund, Cyrus R. 



Cable, Lewis Jay 
Call, Deann Kay 
Robert, Leon Call 
Cameron, Judith Mae 
Campbell, Gordon W. 
Campbell, Judith Ann 
McPherson, Loma C. 



Capik, Emil Joseph 

Caraway, Ann Louise 

Cardwell, Carolyn 

Carmen, Geraldine 

Carr, Sarah Jane 

Carter, Cathie Anne 

Carter, Robert William 




411 




Carter, Warren Leonard 
Casey, Gerald Edward 
Castle, Catherine 
Casteleiro, George R. 
Chambers, John L. 
Chandler, Larry S. 
Chapman, Gregory W. 



Cheney, Patricia Sue 
Cheung, Stephen P. H. 
Child, Erlene 
Childers, Margaret A. 
Chipman, Kenyon Lynn 
Christensen, Ann Etta 
Christensen, Anthony J. 



Christensen, Berit E. 
Christensen, Iva Lou 
Christensen, Norma Jea 
Christensen, Mark E. 
Christensen, Roma Lynn 
Christensen, Twila K. 
Christiansen, Lynn A. 



Claridge, David F. 
Clark, Dorthy Marie 
Clark, Jill 
Clark, Lucille 
Clark, Nellie Jane 
Clark, Richard Owen 
Clark, Ronald Lee 



Clayson, Carol Lee 
Clinger, Larry Dee 
Cochran, Marlyn Ruth 
Compton, Irene 
Conger, Elizabeth 
Connelly, John Richard 
Constantine, Connie J. 



Cook, Virgil Franklin 
Copa, Clara Amelia 
Comelison, Spencer D. 
Cony, Lawrence Lee 
Cousins, Margaret E. 
Cowley, Wayne Dixon 
Crandall, Carolyn A. 



Creer, Carolyn 
Creer, Roger Paul 
Cresap, Charles Ray 
Crook, John Lasell 
Cross, Sharann Louise 
Crow, Linda Arlene 
Cuningham, Norma Kaye 



Curtis, Edward Ralph 
Curtis, James Byron 
Curtis, Jean 
Cutler, Kenneth M. 
Cutler, Shirley Marie 
Daniels, Mary Janice 
Danielson, Ardis E. 



Daines, Anna Vee 
Davidson, Mary Jane 
Davies, Martha Dee 
Davis, Dee Lamar 
Davis, Elmer Harold, Jr. 
Davies, Grant William 
Davis, Joyce M. 



Davis, Linda Christine 
Davis, Norman Boyd 
Dayton, Lynn Taylor 
Decker, Linda 
Degraffenried, Irma J. 
Delaney, Kay Ellen 
Denney, David E. 



412 



Despain, Carolyn Fern 

Despain, William J. 

Detemple, David James 

De Young, Lucile 

Dewey, Diana Louise 

Dick, Shirley 



Dillistone, Patricia M. 

Dixon, Roger Adams 

Doerfler, Nancy J. 

Donaldson, Kerry G. 

Dotson, Jowynn E. 

Draper, Arthur Zemira 

Driggs, Golden K., II 

Drinkard, Dianne 



Dudley, Linda Gene 

Dunn, Stanley W. 

Durfee, Linda 

Durfee, Marilyn 

Dyal, Karen Rae 

Dye, Ha J. 

Earl, Karen Jeanne 



Eckersell, William B. 

Eddington, Peggy Ann 

Edgel, Ingrid Jeanne 

Edwards, Karen 

Elkington, Joyce E. 

Elliott, Nancy Joyce 

Erickson, Bobby L. 



Esplin, Gerald 
Evans, Patricia Alice 
Eyre, Preston Lamar 

Eyring, Sandra Sue 
Fagg, Sherrie Louise 

Fairbourn, Lee Ray 
Fairfield, Charles, Jr. 



Famsworth, Jack H. 

Fawson, Margaret May 

Field, Susan Marlene 

Fife, Marcia 

Finch, Art Eaton, Jr. 

Finley, Cecelia Jo 

Fisher, Jan Gordon 



Fisher, Jo Ley 

Flake, Lester Dennis 

Flitcroft, Andrea F. 

Folkersen, Shirley Ann 

Folsom, Philip Kent 

Fong, Cheun 

Foote, Charles Allen 



Foote, Derrell Ray 

Forbis, Nancy 

Ford, Delano F. 

Foutz, Dean Roy 

Fowers, Verlavne 

Fowler, Geneva Evelyn 

Frank, Celia 



Frame, Patricia Deon 
Fromm, Kathy Laree 

Fuhriman, Robert Lee 
Fuller, Leon Hunt 

Fullmer, Beverly Kaye 
Fumival, Donald R. 

Gamble, Gayle Diane 





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uniors 



Car to Gam 




413 




Gardner, Roxanne 
Garff, Suzanne 
Gatten, Oren Jay 



Gatten. Richard Wm. 
Gerard, Susan Belle 
Gibbons, George Edward 



Gilbert, Ann 
Gilchrist, Norman D. 
Giles, Linda Lee 



Wi 



Giles, Verl Lynn 
Giles, Willis Boyd 
Giltner, Barbara E. 
Ginn, Mary Margaret 
Glad, Sue Ellen 
Glenn, Julie 
Goddard, David Corwin 



Godnick, Darlene Ellen 
Godwin, Douglas Craig 
Gold, Milton Dale 
Goodman, William Hardy 
Gover, Bonnie Jean 
Gowans, Kenneth Bird 
Graham, Nancy Jane 



Grant, John Robert 
Gray, Patricia Jean 
Griffith, Hal 
Griffeth, Floyd Tracy 
Grix, Ruth Eileen 
Grover, Marva Kay 
Guild, Marcia Coleman 



Hadley, Norma June 
Hafen, Patrcia Kay 
Hagberg, Robin Carl 
Hales, Susan 
Hall, Gayle Ann 
Hall, Parlev Briggs 
Hal, Wendell J. 



Halvorsen, Margaret E. 
Hamblin, Theo Dewayne 
Hammer, Susan Kay 
Hammond, William B. 
Hanberg, Dale Stanley 
Hancock, Carlene Jewel 
Hancock, Geraldine 



Hansen, Carolyn 
Hansen, Craig Ole 
Hansen, Douglas David 
Hansen, James Wayne 
Hansen, John L. 
Hansen, Judith Kay 
Hansen, Merlin Arvel 



Hansen, Trudy 
Hanson, Billie Louise 
Hanson, Duane Joseph 
Hanson, George W., Jr. 
Hardin, Paula Lee 
Hardy, John White 
Harris, Dale B. 



414 



Harris, Linda Mae 

Isbell, Mary Lee 

Hasek, John Morton 

Hasler, Marjorie Anne 

Hatch, Marcia Marie 

Hatch, Wendell Calvin 

Hatton, Sadie Marie 



Havens, Carl M. 

Hawkes, Gaylia 

Hawkins, Gerald Pen-en 

Haymore, Valerie E. 

Havmond, Karen 

Hazel, Carolvn Louise 

Heaps, Melvin George 



Heaton, Ivan McKay 

Heinze, Richard Glen 

Helquist, Bovd Jay 

Hendricks, Donna Lee 

Hendrickson, Merle 

Hendrix, Claire 

Hendrix, John Carl 



Henrie, Torla 

Henry, Kenneth Duane 

Hepworth, Ladawn 

Hernandez, Irma 

Hess, Suzanne Muir 

Heywood, Bonnie Verna 

Hewett. Hiliary A. 



Hiatt, Pamela Rae 

Higbee, Joan 

Higley, Harvey Bruce 

Hill, Doris Marie 

Hill, Larrv Dean 

Hill, Larry Duane 

Hinckley, Caroll Mable 



Hind, Carol 

Hinson, Susanne 

Hjorth, Suzanne 

Holcomb, Merilee 

Chapin, Merrilyn J. 

Holland, Glenna Marie 

Holmes, Helen Patricia 



Hoover, Richard Roy 

Hoover, Wesley Bliss 

Hoppins, Raymond N. 

Ho, Shao Chung Johnny 

Houssian, Pamela N. 

How land, Doreen Lei 

Hewlett, Robert 



Hoyal. James Christian 

Hubbard, Chervl 

Huff, Duane James 

Huff, Judith Ann 

Hullinger. Dan Jav 

Hunsaker. Bettv 

Hunsaker, Isaac F. 



Hunt, Barbara Eleanor 

Hunt. James Olaus 

Hunter, Edward 

Huntsman. Alice Annert 

Hutchings, Marianne 

Hvde, William Palmer 

Irvin. Betty Lois 




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uniors 



Gar to Irv 



^hMntim 





415 



WttLS. 




nil 



Ison, Jocile 
Kins, Keith Nelson 
Jackson, Ann 
Jackson, Ann Sulvia 
Jackson, Bonnie Joan 
Jacobs, Richard West 
Janetski, Jil] 



Jarvis, Donald Karl 
Jarvis, Jesse Selvoy 
Jenkins, Sheranne Lee 
Jense, Virginia 
Jensen, Reta Loreen 
Jenson, Grover E. 
Johnson, Carol Jean 



Johnson, Dean Kendall 
Johnson. Eleanor 
Johnson, Elizabeth D. 
Johnson, Florence L. 
Johnson, Frances E. 
Johnson, John Lewis 
Johnson. Kathie Lee 



Johnson, Reynold Kent 
Johnson, Richard Earl 
Johnson. Richard X. 
Johnson, Rulon H. 
Johnson, Sylvia Ann 
Johnston, Jackie Lee 
Jolley, Joan 



Jolley, Joyce 
Jones, Donna Rae 
Jones, Emma Lon 
Jones, Patricia Lvnn 
Jones, Larein 
Jordan, Richard H. 
Jorgensen, Van L. 



Jorgenson. Mary Alice 
Judd. Tharon Von 
Karren, Clead B. 
Kartchner. Gael Marie 
Keck, Elmo Clinton 
Keele, Thomas Nielson 
Keeler, Janet Louise 



Keller, Vlvma Lee 
Kennelly, Joseph P. 
Key-worth, Sarah Jo 
Kimball, Patricia 
King, Carl Larry 
King, Xorene Renee 
Kirkman. Constance 



Knowlton, Patricia 
Korirz, Alvin Charles 
Kotter. Arthur F. 
Lambert. Carol Rae 
Larsen, Dennis Howard 
Larsen, Elaine 
Larsen. J. Brent 



Larsen. Jay Richard 
Larsen, Marilyn 
Larson, Launa Gae 
Lawrence, Julia Lee 
Lavton, Lynette Call 
Leavitt, Laura Anne 
Lebaron. Garn Que 



Lee. Muriel Kauimaeole 
Lemmon, Aydon Paul 
Lcnz. Karleen Fern 
Leslie. Wendell Dennis 
Lester. Donna Carol 
Lewis. Joseph Wavne 
Lewis. Marcellas W. 



416 



Lewis, Merrill Rex 

Liljenquist, Robert C. 

Liljenquist, Vicky L. 

Lindsey, Janet Gale 

Little, Larry George 

Littlefield, Terrie 

Llovd, Carol Diane 



Lofthouse, Merrill S. 

Low, F. Diane 

Lowry, Leon Kent 

Loyd, William Elray 

Luekenga, Vicki Lee 

Luque, Julia Louise 

Lund, Marion Richards 



Lunt, Harlan Max 

Lyman, Olive Joan 

Lynn, Harvey Karl 

Lyon, Nancy Elizabeth 

Mabey, Margaret 

MacBeth, Linda E. 

Madsen, Kenneth M. 



Magleby, Cherie L. 

Magnuson, Gary A. 

Mahnken, Michael David 

Malloy, Denise Louise 

Malmgren, Faye Ladawn 

Malouf, Julie Madge 

Malstrom, Karren Lea 



March, Jane 

Marchant, Ramona 

Maroney, Dennis Arlin 

Martineau, Richard Lee 

Marx, David Wayne 

Mason, Barton Monte 

Mason, Linda Rae 



Mason, Marlynn 

Matheson, William J. 

Matkin, Miriam 

Mauss, Sheila Ann 

McAllister, Kenneth F. 

McAllister, Stephen N. 

McArthur, Alma Don 




J 



uniors 



Iso to Mil 



McClure, June Rose 

McEvers, Monna K. 

McGrath, Marilyn J. 

McGuire, Marnice 

McLean, Florence M. 

McLeod, Ann Margaret 

McNeill, Beth 



McNiel, Marilyn Rose 

McRae, Jean Frances 

Mecham, Gary Davis 

Mellor, Jo Ann 

Mentry, Monte Edward 

Merhiy, Elizabeth A. 

Merkle, Dieter 



Messenger, Jane Ruth 

Meyers, Mariana 

Meyers. Sylvia Lei 

Miles, Robert Edmond 

Miller, Carilyn 

Miller, Norman Charles 

Milton, Georgia Anne 




417 




^il** <?f i 3 



ifi.*& 




Minard, Darlene Faye 
Miner, Kathleen 
Mitton, Eileen Thorpe 



Mohler, Carol Ann 
Mohler, Charles Dale 
Molloy, Gerald Edward 



Monson, Laurence C, III 
Montague, Michael D. 
Montgomery. Victoria 



Moon, Bradford 
Moon, Karen 
Moore, James Vernon 
Moore, Virginia Ann 
Morley, Harold Gary 
Morrison, Shirlee Anne 
Mortensen, Judith Kaye 



Mouslev, Doris Andrus 
Muir, Joseph Russell 
Mulliner, Marv Jo 
Murdock, Frank James 
Muxdock, Michael D. 
Murdock, Olive Sue 
Murray, Norma Yvonne 



Myers, Marilyn Joan 
Myers, Richard Leland 
Nackos, Louis James 
Nally, Lonnie B. 
Nedelcov, Edward Allen 
Neilson, Nancy Lou 
Nelson, Garth C. 



Nelson, Janeal 
Nelson, Richard Karl 
Nerdin, Joanne 
Newbold, Sherma 
Newman, Ann Larae 
Newton, Athlyn Gay 
Nichols, Ann 



Nicholson, William Lee 
Nielsen, Arlene 
Nielsen, Rosalin M. 
Nielson, Ellen 
Nielson Linda Lou 
Noble, Judith Ruth 
Norris, Robin Mitchell 



Norton, Dorothv Jean 
Novak, Sheran 
Nunes, Robert Laurence 
Nyland, Gloria Ann 
Nyman, Nancy 
Ohara, Karen Eva 
Olsen, Kenneth David 



Olsen, Wendell Reed 
Ord, Russell Jon 
Orr, Barbara Jane 
Orr, Connie Sue 
Orton, Ronno D. 
Ostler, Rosemary Dawn 
Ovler, Dennis John 



418 



faaso, Susan Edith 

Pace, Kaan'n 

Packard, Bernard E. 

Painter, Harold F. 

Palmer, Ethel Ann 

Palmer, James Lvnn 

Palmer, Philip L, 



Pancoast, Kathryn E. 

Parkinson, David P. 
Paulk, Stella Jeffery 
Paxton, Jean Louise 
Payne, George Warren 
Payne, Vesta Louise 
Pearson, Ceraldine 



Perona, Kathleen I. 

Perry, Edmund Archie 

Peterson, Carol Jean 

Peterson, Clarence D. 

Peterson, Dale C. 

Peterson, Ronald B. 

Pexton, James Harlow 



Phillips, David Lerov 

Phippen, Patricia 

Pierce, Ada Mae 

Pistev. Peter David 

Pitcher, Annette C. 

Piatt, Delray B. 

Pollard, Vergilia 



Porter, Joyce 

Porter, Larry Elwin 

Porter, Ruth Alice 

Poulsen, James E. 

Poulton, Lena Pearl 

Powell, Bonnie Ilene 

Powell, Ronnie Jeanne 



Powell, Theo Jay 

Price, Lyle Le Grand 

Prina, Jeanette 

Pulley. Andrea D. 

Pursley, Judith Mae 

Quinton, Karen Lee 

Rahimsalehi, Mohsen 




J 



uniors 



Min to Ric 



Ramey, Shari Jayne 

Rammell, Sharon Fay 

Randall, Anita 

Rappleye, Kathleen 

Rasmussen, Darns T. 

Rasmussen, Judith Ann 

Ratliff. Yvonne L 



Rawson, Carole Lucile 

Redden, Frankie Gail 

Redd, Sterling H. 

Reeve, Jo Ann 

Reeves, Marilyn 

Reichert, Elizabeth 

Reid. Carolyn R. 



Reid, Geraldine 

Reid, Stanford John 

Reimer, Sandra Sue 

Reynolds, C. Russell 

Richardson, James R. 

Richardson, Sonia L. 

Richins, Grant Norman 




419 





9 Q 





tLi* 51iLl 





Richmond, Henere VI. 
Ricks, Beth Ellen 
Ries, Myrna Joann 
Ripley, Claren Gay 
Robertson, Lanila 
Robins, Gerri Kay 
Robinson, Gene Roland 



Robinson, Joan \V. 
Robinson, Kae 
Robinson, Sharon Ann 
Rollback, Linda Louise 
Romeril, Ruth 
Rogers, Carol Jean 
Roger, Helen Jo 



Rose, Tommy Gordon 
Routh, Patricia L. 
Rowley, Lola Anne 
Runvan, Donald Wayne 
Rush, Dora Theresa 
Rust, David Walker 
Rutledge, James R. 



Rutter. Harold C., Jr. 
Ryadlch. Kent Miles 
Rylie, Roberta Jean 
Salti, Amer Omar 
Sanders, William F., Jr. 
Sarraf, Hadi Rezai 
Saunders, Carma Gwen 



Saunders, Larry E. 
Scalmanini, James R. 
Schultz, Susan Gaye 
Schriever, Mary Ann 
Scott, David Elmo 
Scott, Kristin Ann 
Scott, Louise 



Seamons, Terry Robert 
Seneca, Carolyn 
Sessions, Allen Lavern 
Sheffield. William F. 
Shelton, Burton R. 
Sherman, Mary Jean 
Shumwav, Myrtle 



Simonian, Siragan S. 
Simpson, Shirlee Ann 
Sintic, Joseph Stephen 
Skidmore, Diane 
Sleater, Vicki Rae 
Slaughter, Nicholas R. 
Sly, Valerie Gay 



Smart, David Wayne 
Smith, Harold Hatch, Jr. 
Smith. Howard Pete 
Smith, Lawrence F. 
Smith, Monte Gene 
Smith, Richard Leon 
Smart, James Lee 



Smith, Janet 
Smith, Susan 
Sinithson, Jennett 
Snapp, Carolyn 
Snarr, Janet 
Snow, Howard Joseph 
Soderborg, Sarah 



Sorensen, Gerald C, Jr. 
Snow, Lee Eldon 
Sorensen, Peggy Ann 
Sowers, Terrv Ann 
Sparks, Donna Tanner 
Spencer, Barbara Lynne 
Spencer. Carmen 



42a 



Spencer, Terry Ray 

Spilker, Don Henry 

Willbanks, Patricia L. 

Srackangast, Karen R. 

Steed, Alice Ann 

Steele, Gwen 

Steffen, Sharon Kav 



Stephens, Karol 

Stevens, Alden Jay 

Stevens, Bertha Birdie 

Stevens, Robert Lane 

Stewart, Carma 

Stewart, Marion Lenore 

Stimmel, Janis Fav 



Stoddard, Linda Lee 

Stolworthy. Inez J. 

Stone. Lvnn Hardy 

Stratford, Jane Wright 

Strong, Roy David 

Stucki, Deanna 

Stuart, Patricia K. 



Sudweeks, Jessie H. 

Suico, Richard Allen 

Summerhays. Julia C. 

Sundwall, Marjorie D. 

Swan, Suzanne 

Swartzwelder, Marlis L. 

Swendsen, Douglas H. 



Swenson, Terrv Allen 

Tabor, Roberta L. I. 

Tanner, Noel Spencer 

Tanner. Roberta 

Tate. Thomas Errol 

Taylor, Janice Rene 

Teel, Luauna Lee 



Teeples, Janet Stanton 

Terrv, Sandra Ann 

Thomas, Kay 

Thomas, Neal Merril 

Thomas, Paul Roger 

Thompson, Carolyn M. 

Thompson. Charles D. 



Thompson, Stephen J. 

Thorley, James S. 

Thorstad. Holly Rae 

Thurman, Ronald Varion 

Tippetts, Norma Jill 

Tippets, Thelma 

Tobler. Norma 



Toilison, Robert I. 

Tolman, Karen 

Tomlinson. Ann 

Toponce. Ivan Claire 

Toronto, Joseph C. 

Trappett, Bud Leon 

Trappett. Keith W. 



Trauntvein. Leonard H. 

Trent, Ruell Stanley 

Tropper, Evangeline L. 

Turner, Bernard Lerov 

Trusty, Linda Sharon 

Turner, Judith D. 

Turner, Martha Marv 




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MtiOP 









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j 



uniors 



Ric to Tur 




421 




Turner, Roberta F. 
Tysdal. Elizabeth Ann 
I'rsenback, Patricia 
\'ance, Betty Jo 
Van Dam, Geraldine S. 
Van Muorleham, Ida J. 
Von Almen, Karl Willis 



\'on Berg, Thomas E. 
Wade, Reed Ashby 
Wagstaff, Jane 
Wagstaff, Joan 
Wakefield, Bonnie Mae 
Walker, Gerald H. 
Wallace, Linda Jean 



Wallin, David Lee 
Wallis, J. Duncan 
Walser, Leland Arthur 
Walsh, Robert, III 
Walter, Roger Kenneth 
Ward, Gale Leroy 
Wardell, Caroline Ella 



Wardle, Ilene 
Warner, Dennis 
Warnick, Judy Lynne 
Warnick, Reed Taylor 
Warthen, Jac La Juana 
Washburn, Revis L. 
Watt, Gerald Andrew 



Wayment, Stephanie 
Weddle, Marcia Lynne 
Weimer. Janet Sue 
West, Lyle Ray 
West, Patricia Louise 
Westover, Carol 
Westwood, John Drake 



Whitby, Julia Mae 
White,' Alice Ellen 
White, Judith Ann 
White, Marie Eleen 
White, Reldon Clark 
White, Weston Jay 
Whitehouse. Connie L. 



Whittle, William M. 
Wickman, Ronald Brent 
Widdison, Jeannie L. 
Wight, Richard H. 
Wightman, Linda 
Wilberg, Carl Creed 
Wilcox, Ralph Lynn 



Williams, Alan M. 
Williams, Cynthia 
Williams, Jove 
Williams, Mayo K. 
Wiliamson, Dorsev L. 
Willis. Margaret Carol 
Wilson. Lorraine Kav 



Wilson, Marilvnne Dee 
Winkel, Bob Van 
Winkelman, Arthur Jay 
Woodward, Robert S. 
Wong. Kin Pong 
Wood. Walter Rex 
Worthen, Patricia N. 



Wotherspoon, Jennylea 
Wright, Barbara Jo 
Youmans, Marjorie E. 
Young, Harden Douglas 
Young, Loyd Grey 
Young, Richard Kent 
Young, Richard Lee 



422 




Senior Secretary Connie Gerrard was from Wyoming. 



Bob Church, president, claimed Mesa, Arizona as home. 



Senior Class sought to raise funds for Y 




The Senior Class of 1963 selected as 
their major project the raising of over 
two million dollars for the university. 
They promoted a program whereby 
each class member could buy a life in- 
surance policy with all dividends as- 
signed to BYU. Under the leadership of 
Bob Church, this program was present- 
ed to the class. The seniors also entered 
a float in homecoming and suffered 
when they had to cancel their luau. The 
most anxious moments of most seniors 
were when the graduation list was re- 
leased. Special problems persisted when 
several students were threatened with 
no graduation because they were one- 
half credit hour short. 



The stacks in the library formed a vertical 
wall of design in contrast with the lights. 



Seniors 
A to Bee 




Abercrombie, Gary L. 
Adams, Raymond C. 
Adams, Roger James 
Adams, Sara Jane 
Adams, Shirley Ann 
Ahmadi, Parviz 



Aiken, Lucille Marie 
Aki, John Malulani, Jr. 
Alexander, Robert A., Jr. 
Alldredge, Lillian Fae 
Alleman, Mary Jo 
Allen, Erna Loreen 



Allen, M. Janeane 
Allen, Marvin Lynn 
Allen, Robert Francis 
Alley, Ronnie De S. 
Allphin, Jessie Adelia 
Ames, Stephen L. 



Ames, Terry Wendell 
Amirsoleimani, Arjang 
Amnions, Frances Louise 
Amundsen, Sue Ellen 
Anderson, Helvie D. 
Andersen, Naomi Diane 



Andersen, Thomas M. 
Anderson, Anne 
Anderson, Carma J. 
Anderson, Daniel W. 
Anderson, Eddy Ellis 
Anderson, Jerome Gregg 



Anderson, Joan Ellen 
Anderson, Lawrence O. 
Anderson, Norlene 
Anderson, Sandra Joyce 
Anderson, Sherman P. 
Andra, Ross Leslie 



424 



Andrews, Nicholas W. 

Andrns, Antone Marlun 

Angel, Ardis Lynn 

Appleton, Ethel Yvonne 

Aragon, Helaman 

Armstrong, Gerald VI. 



Armstrong, Jay David 

Asay, Donald Huntsman 

Ash, Fredric Judd 

Ashcroft, Sharon A. 

Atkin, Bruce Cox 

Austin, Meredith 



Atack, Rodney Merrill 
Atkinson, Merle L. 
Axman. Klaus 
Babcock, Ore! Branch 
Bailey, Duwayne Cole 
Baird, John Edwin, II 



Baird, Sandra Johnson 

Ball, Elenora Doerr 

Ball, Hansford D, 

Ball, Norman Jav 

Balmforth, Ann 

Baker, Coralee Nims 



Baker, Frank Alvin, Jr. 

Bang, Sandra Rose 

Banks, Douglas Wayne 

Banta, Stanley Rov 

Barbezat, Eugene L. 

Barfield, James Evans 



Barlow, Bowman Orlando 
Barnes, Glenda Rose 
Barnes, Marlin Alma 
Barney, Frances Dee 
Bartholomew, Heber 
Barton, David 



Barton, John K. 

Barton, Warren A. 

Baum, Lynden Phillip 

Bashaw, Richard Hollis 

Baumgardner, Jay G. 

Beagles, Joseph Keith 



Beagley, John Larav 

Beal, John Edgar 

Beck, Bruce, Jr. 

Beck, Nellie Marcene 

Beck, Patricia Rae 

Beckstead, Carol Rav 




Seniors 
Bee to Can 




Beckstead, Cloyde B. 
Beckstrand, Delyle 
Bee, Russell Lamonte 
Behnke, Joseph Ray 
Bell, Barbara Jean 
Bell, Freda Lou 



Bell, Norman D. 
Baird, Adele 
Billie, Donnes Yvonne 
Bils, Joyce Thelda 
Biornstad, Linda Rae 
Bird, Ann Aleen 



Bird, Thomas D., Jr. 
Bird, Phillip Freeman 
Bischoff. Annette L. 
Bishop, Judith Anne 
Bissell, Harold P. 
Bjorkman, Lynn Robert 



Blackburn, Merle E. 
Black, Bruce Allen 
Black, Rene 
Blackett, Stanley Elmo 
Blad, Blaine L. ' 
Blattner, Robert Louis 



Blaylock, Gail Yvonne 
Blumberg, Richard Dale 
Bodily, Merlyn Ross 
Bolster, Carol Elaine 
Booth, E, Forrest 
Borden, David Cecil, Jr. 



Bosen, Barbara Lee 
Boulton, Lloyd D., Jr. 
Bowen, Barton Louis 
Bowen, Beverly 
Bowen, Patrick Gale 
Bower, Susan Vernona 



426 



Bown, Robert Newell 

Mott, Margaret Seely 

Boyce, Jacqueline 

Boyer, Marlin Edward 

Bradford, Marjorie S. 

Bradford, Dallas H. 



Boyett, Jimmie R. 

Bradley, Clifford R. 

Brantzeg, Annette R. 

Bretzing, Gordon Keith 

Briggs, Beverly 

Bringhurst, Beverly 

Bringhurst, Rae Ann 



Bringhurst, Robert J. 

Brinkerhoff, Charles M. 

Broadbent, Lynda 

Brockhoff, Claire R. 

Brooks, Alice Louise 

Brooks, R. Tanfield 



Brown, Ladell Guv 

Brown, Marilyn June 

Brown, Marion Denise 

Brown, Richard Carvel 

Bryner, Carolyn 

Buckley, Howard D. 



Budge, Glen Leroy 

Bullock. Karen Ann 

Bundy, Claudia Gail 

Bunker, Ann 

Burgess, Betty 

Burgess, Kathie 



Burningham, Kav 

Burr, Gaylon M. 

Dean, Virginia Jane 

Bunjes, Marilyn E. 

Burkholz. Karl t., Jr. 

Burningham. Alice Kay 



Bums, Errol G. 

Butkus. Barbara Ann 

Bvers, Dennis Wendell 

Byrnes. Thomas Edgar 

Calder, Janet 

Call, Donald Romney 



Cameron. Colleen 

Callis, Garry Lee 

Campbell. Tra\is K. 

Cameron. Daniel R. 

Cannon. Christie 

Canann. Van 




427 



Seniors 
Can to Dud 




Cannon, Joel R. 
Cannon, Thomas Quentin 
Cardell, Williams Wayne 
Carlen, Gary Evans 
Carlsen, Dale Lamar 
Carlson, Carl John 



Carlston, Judith L. 
Carlston, Kathleen J. 
Carlston, Lon Michael 
Carter, Bruce K. 
Carter, Reva Lou 
Casper, Geraldine Ann 



Cassell, Karen Lee 
Chang, Winifred K. A. 
Checketts, Carol Jean 
Chelius, Brian Dennis 
Ching, Clarence Fook T, 
Chowen, Ronald Lee 



Christiansen, Suzanne 
Christenot, Harley G, 
Christensen, David K. 
Christensen, Kathryn 
Christensen, William P. 
Chudd, Frances Annette 



Church, Marilyn Young 
Church, Robert Howard 
Smith, Joann Marie 
Clark, Robert Leslie 
Clark, Teresa Diane 
Claud, Joyce Ann 



Cleavinger, Nadene F. 
Cluff, Chester Reed 
Coetzee, Annie M. 
Cook, Dorothy Renee 
Corbett, David Dewayne 
Cook, Nadine Blanch B. 



428 



Cook, Nigel 

Coombs, David Marvin 

Corless, Carrie 

Cox, Vivian Jean 

Cox, Wesley Eugene 

Cottrell, Charee A. 



Crandall, Vern Jay 

Cram, David Samuel 

Crandall, Junell 

Crane, Kathleen 

Crawford, Edward R. 

Craythorn, Gary E. 



Cressman, Terry H. 

Criddle, Suzanne 

Crouch, Charlene M. 

Crowley, Jared Orson 

Crowther, Maynard Ames 

Croxton, Carolyn 



Cunningham, Judith Ann 

Curtin, Howard Roy 

Curtis, Marilyn Lee 

Dahl, Elizabeth Luise 

Dahl, Marian 

Dalton, Jan Whitney 



Darling, Richard West 

Davenport, Kent J. 

Davis, Donald David 

Davis, Jerome Lee 

Day, William G. 

Daynes, Maralyn J. 



Dean, Donna Kaye 

Dean, Linda Gay 

Decker, Catharine R, 

Degener, Suzanne A. 

Degooyer, Claudius R. 

Delaney, Sharon Elva 



Delgado, Norma 

Demill, Gerald Wayne 

De Priest, Roxye 

Derouen, Lynda Ann 

Diettrich, Charles C. 

Dille, Leland John 



Downey, Karen Alice 

Draben, Robert Walter 

Draper, Ted C. 

Dredge, Shelba Marilee 

Duckworth, Linda A. 

Dudley. Myrna Jo 




429 



Seniors 
Dup to Goe 




Dupaix, Roger Owen 
Duncan, Farrel Jean 
Duncan. Theodore James 
Dunford, John Parley 
Dunklev. James Leonard 
Dunn. Flovd Lerov 



Dunning, Thomas M 
Durrant. Harold Leon 
Durrant. Klara Jean 
Eardlev. Linda E. 
Eburne. Xornian Charles 
Eckersley. Joann 



Edmvinds. Clifford C. 
Edmunds. Janet 
Edmonds. Margie Ann 
Edmunds, Paul K. 
Edwards, Eugene D., Jr. 
Edwards. Don Lerov 



Elder, Karen Rae 
Ellini, Mohammed Ali 
Eh in, Berthene Joy 
Emmett. Susan Gail 
Engstrom. Donald E. 
Enniss. Enid Mae 



Enstrom. Delia R. 
Erickson. David Kent 
Erickson. David Warren 
Erickson. Flora Norean 
Evans, Clair H. 
Evans. David Llovd 



Evans. Hugh Lusty 
Evans. Karen 
Everett, Andrea 
Everton. Thomas 
Faddis. Delmar B. 
Farmer. Lois Johns 



430 






Farnsworth, Anne 

Farnsworth, Helen 

Farr, Rick C. 

Featherstone, Mary Ann 

Ferguson, Ronald D. 

Ferrel, Kent Bruce 



Fischer, Judith M. 

Fish, Myrna Lee 

Fisher, Carla Dawn 

Flake, David Kay 

Fleming, Mary Lafaun 

Fletcher, Wayne Calvin 



Clapier, Lauralee 

Ford, Patricia Rae 

Fornelli, Juan Carlos 

Forsnes, Victor George 

Fortuna, Karen Kae S. 

Foster, Paula Olivia 



Foulk, Donald Melvin 

Fowers, Dwight Wilford 

Frampton, Eldon H. 

Freeman, Lloyd Mason 

Fresh, Patsy Marilyn 

Fritzen, Achim 



Fugal, Sara Christine 

Fullmer, Nedra S. 

Fullmer, Terry L. 

Furman, Mary Jean 

Gale, Terry William 

Gallagher, Jean Reeves 



Garden, Carol 

Gardner, Henry Jerry 

Gardner, Maureen 

Gardner, Robert Covey 

Gates, Judith Joy 

George, Ray S. 



Gerrard, Constance Mae 

Gertsch, Renee Carlene 

Gheen, William Lloyd 

Gibson, Aldine Marie 

Gibson, Janice 

Gilbertson, Beverly 1. 



Cilchrist, Vede 

Gilliam, Robert Charles 

Gillespie, Frank H. 

Cilliland, Nancy Ann 

Godfrey, Lorin Card 

Godfrey, Willard H„ Jr, 




431 



Seniors 
Gol to Hig 




Gold, Carol Ann 
Colding, Marvin C. 
Good, Patsy 

Goodfellow, John Alden 
Goodman, Linda H. 
Goodrich, Drew Leonard 



Goodrich, Patricia 
Goodsell, Susan Mary 
Goodson, Raymond Lynn 
Goodwin, Mary Ellen 
Graff, Barbara Ann 
Graham, Morris Angus 



Grannis, Michael L. 
Graser, Elizabeth Ann 
Greding, Julie Anne 
Green, Lois Ann 
Greep, Stanley Phillip 
Greslie, Patricia Ann 



Griffin, Norma 
Griffith, Larry N. 
Grigg, Billie Louise 
Grimmett, Reggie Don 
Groberg, Richard H. 
Gomez, Rudolph Louis 



Gubler, Jerald Royce 
Gubler, Venice C. 
Gudmundson, Clair W. 
Hacking, Tamera 
Hadfield, Jillaine B. 
Hadley, Nora 



Hainsworth, Don Child 
Hale, Signe S. 
Hales, Ronald William 
Halford, Laura J. 
Hall, Charles Brent 
Hall, Connie Marie 



432 



Hall. John F. 

Hall, Karalee 

Baum. Leslie Ann 

Hall( Marshall B. 

Hall, Ronald Justin 

Halter, Judie Francis 



Hancock, Karen Kav 
Hancock, Wallace Wayne 

Hanks, Ellen Jean 

Hansen, Janet Ann 

Hansen, Kent B. 

Hansen, Ralph L. 



Hansen, Reid Glazier 

Hansen, Robert Lionel 

Hansen, Susan Laretta 

Hardy, Douglas M. 

Harisay, Richard A. 

Haroldsen, James H. 



Harris, Darlene Jean 
Harris, Harvev Don 
Harris, Paul Lavern 
Hart, Billv Tluirman 
Hartsfield, Helen L. 
Hastings. Robert \V 



Hatch, Larelle 

Hatch, Maryana 

Hawes. Verl Jack 

Hawkes. John Douglas 

Haws, Kent Findlav 

Hayes, Julianna 



Haves. William C. 

Heapy. Raymond J., Jr. 

Heath, Jessie Fay 

Hedenstrom. Kenneth 

Heigold, Kristine C. 

Heiner, Garv Lee 



Heiner. Thane Irwin 
Helphenstine, Delbert 
Hemenwav, Arvel Lee 

Henderson, Susan P. 
Henderson. William W, 
Hendrickson, Claire R. 



Hendrix. Shirlcen 

Hepworth, Waldo E. 

Herein, Barry G. 

Herrin, Charles Selbv 

Heward, Loraine 

Higbee. Rose Anne 





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433 



Seniors 
Hig to Kee 




Higgins, Judith Lee 
Higginson, Dorothy M. 
Hill, Howard Lydell 
Hipwell, William H. 
Hirsche, Delynn Howard 
Hoem, Nadine 



Hoerr, Clara Margaret 
Hofheins, Janet 
Hogge, Richard H. 
Hokanson, Paul Miller 
Holbrook, Mary Lou 
Holcomb, Donald Marsh 



Holden, Lee A. 
Holgate, Dot 
Holgate, Grandon M. 
Hollingshead, Leon G. 
Holmes, Judy Ann 
Holmes, Walter W., Jr. 



Holt, Ivan Karl 
Hopper, John Douglas 
Horlacher, Floyd Kent 
Horrocks, Marva Mae 
Howard, Quilden Don 
Howell, Ormond Eugene 



Huber, Cherryl Joyce 
Huffman, Beverley June 
Hulshoff, Deanne K. 
Humpherys, Alfred Glen 
Hunley, Michael 
Hunt, Allan Reed 



Hunter, Linda 
Hunter, Rosel Grant 
Hurley, Donald Richard 
Hutchings, Janet E. 
Hyde, George O., Jr. 
Ice, Carole Lou 



434 



Irvine, James Richard 

Itkonen, Raimo Juhani 

Ivins, Anthony Harold 

Jack, Rayburn Elmer 

Jackson, Earl Kenneth 

Jackson, Patricia 



Jacobs, Gordon Willard 

Jacobs, Jeniveve 

Jacobs, Jerald Richard 

Jacobsen, Donna K. 

James, Marcia 

James, Vivian Joanne 



Jarvis, Ronald Mack 

Jeffers, Darrol Leone 

Jeffery, Rondo Nelden 

Jennings, Mansfield L. 

Jensen, Gordon Kay 

Jensen, Joanne Best 



Jensen, Michael Keith 

Jeppsen, Linda Gayle 

Jepsen, Terry C. 

Johannesen, George T. 
Johnson, Barry Leroy 

Johnson, Larrv Luvem 



Johnson, Marilyn V. 
Johnson, Merlin A. 
Johnson, Ned Leroy 
Johnson, Priscilla J. 
Johnson, Rodney Allan 
Johnson, Shirley M. 



Johnson. Wallace Karl 
Johnston, Rhodora H. 
Jonassen, Solveig Joan 
Jones, Cordia Erynne 
Jones, Judith Ann 
Jones, Mary Irene 



Jones, Randall Lee 

Jones, Ronald Calvin 

Jonkey, Marcia Gael 

Jorgensen, Dan Charles 

Murdock, Irene Burke 

Judd, David Phillip 



Judd, Ronald Martin 

Judy, Dorothy 

Kanase. Alan >.'. 

Kearl, Russell Reid 

Keele. Reba Lou 

Keeler, Karl F. 




♦35 




Seniors 
Kel to McC 




Kelson, James Harry 
Kemmerer, Mary Lou 
Kenley, Lynn Garden 
Kennedy, John Haymond 
Kent, Sharon Marie 
Kenyon, Robert Paul 



Keyes, John William, Jr. 
King, Sharon 
Kitchen, Fred Raymond 
Klemm, David L. 
Klostermeier, Use S. E. 
Klostermeier, Karl H. 



Knight, Gary Noel 
Knighton, Ronald Lewis 
Knudsen, Tony Clair 
Kosora, Marilyn Harue 
Kump, Ferrell Z. 
Kull, Karen Sue 



Kuebitz, Hermann F. 
Lai, Kwok Wah 
Lambert, Eugene S. 
Lambert, John Carlyle 
Larsen, Claudette 
Larsen, Ray Lorenzo 



Laub, Raymond Myron 
Larsen, Steven Ivo 
Larsen, Thomas C. 
Larson, Byron Edmund 
Larson, Leon H. 
Larson, Tanja Virginia 



Lau, Yuk Lam 
Laub, Kurt Allison P. 
Lawson, Elsie M. 
Lee, Judith Anne 
Larson, Kenneth Rex 
Leigh, Arden Woolley 






436 



Leishman, Garth W. 

Leonard, Therald L. 

Lewis, Glenn Carlos 

Lewis, John Taylor 

Liddle, Alfred S. 

Bingham, Annette 



Lines, Farrell L. 

Link, Richard George 

Litster, Allen E. 

Little, Lorna Beth 

Loomis, Joan 

Lothyan, Trudy Darlene 



Louder, Sherry Hilda 

Louw, Beverley June M. 

Loveless, Janis L, 

Loveless, Linda Ann 

Loveridge, Bernell Jay 

Low, William W. 



Lowe, Christopher Earl 

Ludwig, Ruby Ann 

Lund, Blaine James 

Lund, Grant Lorenzo 

Lundquist, Bonnie Jo 

Lunt, Roger Wayne 



Lyman, Clayson Wells 

Lyman, Patricia Ann 

Lynn, Jerry Wilder 

Lyon, Karen 

Mabey, Kent Lavar 

Macdonald, Antonette 



Madden, Charles B., Jr. 

Madden, Merna Anne 

Madsen, Darrell H. 

Magleby, Joy Meliss 

Maiben, Dean H. 

Mangelson, Robert Hal 



Manning, Theron H. 

Marble, Haws Alan 

Margetts, Marilynn P. 

Markham, Cherie D, 

Marple, Jon Howard 

Martinez, Mike, Sr. 



Marx, Clyde Floyd 

Matthews, Nola D. 

McArthur, Dale Kent 

McBride, Lynnerte 

McCarty, Marian F. 

McClellan, Blaine S. 




437 



Seniors 
McC to Ols 




McCloud, James Wylie 
McCue, Douglas Marsden 
McDougal, Connie Mae 
McDougal, Wilbern Lee 
McFarland, Roberta Jo 
McGregor, Douglas E. 



Mclff, Emma Louise 
Mcintosh, Howard Boyd 
McKell, James Robert 
McKnight, Beverly Mae 
McLain, Lynda Carole 
McLaughlin, Vicki A. 



McMahon, Eva Sharlene 
McNaughton, Maccine 
McNeill, Mary 
McPherson, Arthur A„ Jr. 
Mehew, William Parr 
Mehr, Nancy Ann 



Menssen, Edeltraut G. 
Merrill, Jeanne 
Wilkes, Rae Ann 
Merritt, Max Rich 
Meyers, Charles W. 
Miller, Grant Alden 



Miller, Jean Marie 
Millett, William Henry 
Miner, Edward Glen 
Miner, Sally Lynn 
Mitchell, James P. 
Mitchell, Margaret 



Mobley, Betty Lou 
Montgomery, Luann 
Montrose, Pamela Rose 
Moody, Lester Young 
Moody, Wilma Susanne 
Moon, Hal Wesley 



438 



Moon, Jerry Ray 

Moss, James Arthur, Jr. 

Moore, Darlene Marilyn 

Morgan, Karen L. 

Morgan, Nada Ann 

Morn, Frank Thomas 



Morrison, Brenda Ann 

Mortensen, Gay Hope B. 

Mott, Joseph Dennis 

Mower, Beverly Videll 

Mower, Dennis Allen 

Mugweru, James S. 



Muir, Dorothy Jeanne 

Muir, James, Jr. 

Muir, Sylvia Joan 

Murdock, Allan Lorenzo 

Murdock, Larry Keith 

Murphy, Millene F. 



Myers, Stephen Robert 
Mylroie, Gloria D. 
Mylroie, Victor L. 
Nealley, Nancy Irene 
Neeley, Jay Miller 
Neghabat, Farrokh 



Neighbors, Harold Loyd 

Nelson, David Richard 

Nelson, Ralph Glen 

Nelson, Sonja 

Nettles, Donald L. 

Newman, Marilyn 



Nicholes, Lorie H. E. 

Nielsen, Patricia D. 

Nielson, Anna Marie 

Nielson, Brent L. 

Nielson, John Deasy 

Nielson, Kay 



Noland, Sharlene 

Norberg, Janice Kay 

Norris, Paul David, Jr. 

Norris, Ronald Lee 

Nuttall, Drayton C. 

Ogborn, Corwin L. 



Okimura, Jean Sachiko 

Oliver, Cedge \V. 

Olpin. Noreen 

Olsen. Burton K. 

Olsen, Halvor M. 

Olsen. Janis 




+39 




Seniors 
Ols to Rei 




Olsen, Lawrence Reed 
Olsen, Roger L. 
Olson, Ilene Joyce 
Opp, Laura Elaine 
Ord, Linda Ruth 
Ord, Susan Michelle 



Ostler, Marcia Lynne 
Otterstrom, Frank T. 
Oxborrow, Anthony G. 
Oxborrow, Marilyn B. 
Pace, Alfred L., Ill 
Pack, Paul Eugene 



Packer, Pamela 
Packer, Thane Garron 
Palmer, Blaine Charles 
Riggs, Judy Marie 
Palmer, Norman James 
Paiva, Oswaldo Ygnacio 



Parker, Kenneth R. 
Parle, Roy Edwin 
Parry, Patricia Jean 
Paskett, Illene 
Patten, Gaylord Penrod 
Patterson, Dennis Ivan 



Patterson, Huey Raphel 
Patterson, Kent R. 
Paul, Charles Leo 
Paul, K. Lynn 
Pearce, Cheryl 
Pearson, Alve J. 



Pearson, Delbert Perry 
Peck, Isaac Dan 
Barnes, Linda Jane 
Peer, Larry Howard 
Pehrson, Bruce Nathan 
Pendrey, Lowell McKay 



440 






Pennington, Charles D. 

Pennington, Gail Ann 

Perry, Douglas Colton 

Peters, Eva 

Petersen, Wayne Bryan 

Peterson, Allan Harold 



Peterson, Donna 
Phillips, Linda Jean 
Pierce, Ronald Lee 
Plank, Jon Frederic 
Porter, Blaine Dell 
Porter, Charles James 



Porter, Edson Rell 

Porter, Karen 

Portie, Virginia Anne 

Poulson, Ellin. i Olson 

Poulson, Lynn Otto 

Powell, Lynn Kesler 



Pratt, Gregory Evans 

Preator, Franza Nadine 

Preston, Donald Reed 

Prengel, Roger Delano 

Price, Pamela Ann 

Price, Sharon Lee 



Prina, Peter G. 

Prince, Janet 

Prothero, Walter Hall 

Pugh, Dilworth Leonard 

Pulsipher, David C. 

Pulsipher, Elva Jean 



Querry, John Marvin 

Raddon, Gary Hollis 

Rains, Edith Ann 

Ralph, Andrew Clair 

Randall, Lloyd Otis 

Rasband, Gavnelle Ruth 



Raschig, Robert Herman 

Ravsten, Curtis Earl 

Rawlings, Shirl J. 

Rawlins, Clair Kenneth 

Reading, Bobette 

Redd, George Byron 



Redd, Maris Josephine 

Reed, Sharon Joan 

Reese. Robert Ament 

Reeves, Michael Jack 

Reid, Ruth 

Reimann, Edwin Kent 





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441 



Seniors 
Ric to Ste 




Rice, James Edwin 
Richards, Edward Rhead 
Richards, Saundra J. 
Ricks, Laree 
Riding, John C. 
Rigby, Hal B. 



Rigtrup, Brent Reed 
Rios, Diamantina 
Robinson, Arthur T. 
Robinson, Donna Kay 
Robinson, Karl F. 
Rollins, Sybil Lorane 



Romney, Beverly Ann 
Ross, Donna Aurilla 
Ross, Luzon 
Rounds, Jay Carmer 
Rowe, Kent Frank 
Rowe, Lyle Keith 



jM|M Rowley, Helen 

' Rowley, Roger Park 
Rudd, Larry D. 
Rutter, Karen Rosetta 
Sainsbury, Patricia A. 
Sami, Esfahani F. 



Sampson, David Merrill 
Sandberg, Charlotte A, 
Sandberg, Sandra Lynne 
Sargent, Dianne 
Sass, Donna Lee 
Saunders, Frank C. 



Savage, Robert Anthony 
Sayer, Ken L. 
Sayer, Sandra Jill 
Schempp, Lloyd William 
Schlappi, Larry R. 
Schlegel, Sherry Kay 



442 






Schmidt, Archimedes, Jr. 

Schroedter, Dorothy M. 

Schuck, Karen 

Schwendiman, Carl J. 

Scott, Linda Lee 

Seeley, Schuyler D. 



Sellers, Linda Kay 

Shaffer, Blaine Leroy 

Shah, Devendra B. 

Shah, Ramesh C. 

Shaw, Douglas Gilbert 

Shaw, Rosalie 



Shepherd, David R. 

Shields, Clair Hardy 

Shields, Robert Glenn 

Showalter, Ralph V. 

Shumway, Rex Wayne 

Silver, Gwendolyn R. 



Simonds, Judith Davis 

Sims, Patricia Ann 

Slack, Linda 

Slaughter, Janice C. 

Smith, Armond Leroy 

Smith, Daphne E. 



Smith, Gordon Maun 

Smith, Howard Duane 

Smith, James Norman 

Smith, Larry Dee 

Smith, Lela May 

Smith, Maurice W. 



Smith, Norman Fackrell 

Smith, Patricia Rumsey 

Smouse, George Robbin 

Snider, Sandra Jane 

Solomon, Ned Billings 

Solomon, Phyllis 



Solum, Dallas H. 

Sorensen, Adelaide 

Sorensen, Charles C. 

Southwick, Stephen L. 

Sowden, Jane Olive 

Spiegel, Mary Louise 



Stanford, Elizabeth E. 

Starr, Carol Phyllis 

Deem, Marilyn 

Steen, Robert Dee 

Stein, Linda Kay 

Stephenson, Julia Ann 




443 



Seniors 
Ste to Web 




Stevens, John Walter 
Stevens, Marvin Briee 
Stevens, Mary Ellen 
Stewart, H. Kay Jensen 
Stocks, Marjorie E. 
Stone, John Royal 



Stoneking, Jack L. 
Stratton, Laura 
Stratton, Lorum H. 
Street, Judyth Anne 
Streuling, Guenther F. 
Streuling, Maureen 



Strong, F. Christine 
Stubbs, Clifford Ray 
Stubbs, Stanley Allen 
Summerhays, Ann 
Summers, Robert Loran 
Summers, Roma Diane 



Sunderland, Patricia L. 
Suzuki, Mike Masaki 
Sweigart, Marcenne Mae 
Swensen, Swen Russel 
Swenson, Susan 
Syndergaard, Christy C. 



Syndergaard, Clair L. 
Syphus, Stanley Edward 
Tagg, Howard R. 
Tahmassebi, Hossain 
Tanabe, Lynne Yukie 
Tanner, Robert William 



Taylor, Anthony Hansen 
Taylor, Jack Otho 
Taylor, Jon Eric 
Taylor, Richard Call 
Teela, Gerald Oliver 
Teeples, Daryl Hart 



444 



Terry, Carol Ann 

Terry, Maeser Reginald 

Thomas, Elaine 

Thomas, Sharon 

Thompson, Gordon H, 

Tipton, Gary P. 



Timothy, Paul Wayne 

Tingey, Blaine Cornia 

Toliver, Lynda Lee 

Tolley, James Hobert 

Tong, Man Chi Peter 

Toronto, Maria Ann 



Tracy, Roger F. 

Tribe, Patrick R. 

Trujillo, Jesse Alvin 

Tryon, James Robert 

Tryon, Judith 

Tucker, Robin Clair 



Tucker, Thomas Ray 
Tuft, Donald B. 
Tuinei, Tauivi Manu 
Tullis, Jack Duane 
Turley, Harold E., Jr. 
Turner, Ronald Louis 



Valdez, J. Felix 

Van Buren, John Ernest 

Varner, Clara Lynn 

Cagle, Lepna Ann 

Wadham, Rex Alvon 

Wagner, Barbara Joan 



Wagner, Dennis Keith 

Wagoner, Donald Dean 

Waite, Shirley Ann 

Walker, Glenn Perrin 

Walker, John Davies 

Walker, Leif Irvin 



Walker, Sonoma Karen 

Ward, Gary Arnold 

Ward, Sandra Lea 

Dehart, Eliza Charyl A. 

Warr, James Lee 

Washburn, Mary Joan 



Watabe, Masahisa 

Watson, Gloria Jane 

Watts, Everett Hayes 

Webb, Lynn Robert, Jr. 

Webber, Richard Claire 

Webber, Shannon 




445 



Seniors 
Web to Z 




Weber, Robert Michael 
W'eenig, Val Dee 
Weight, David Gordon 
Weight, Sharon D. 
Welker, Arland Lynn 
Wells, Ramona Gail 



Westenskow, David L. 
Wheeler, Melva Karen 
Whitaker, Kay 
White, Allen Jay 
White, Carol Joyce 
White, Grodon Clark 



White, Janice 
White, Rama 
Whiting, Dick R. 
Whitney, Lorene Joan 
Wight, Lenae 
Wight, Mark H. 



Wilcox, Jerry Dean 
Wilcox, Karla Jeanne 
Wilhoit, Darrel Loel 
Wilkinson, Roger Karl 
Willcox, Donald Emery 
Wiliams, John A. 



Williams, Judith S. 
Wiliams, Sherlene 
Willis, Judith Kay 
Wilson, John Mclntyre 
Wilson, Rita Merle 
Wilson, Roberta Marie 



Wincott, Kendra 
Windsor, William David 
Winnett, Mary Ann 
Winterton, Wayne Allen 
Wiser, Joyce 
Wolz, Paul Louis 



Wood, Orion Howard 

Woodruff, Marleen Rae 

Woodwine, Mary Simpson 

Workman, Lee Alma 

Workman, Shauna 

Wright, Earlene 



Wright, George Gilbert 
Wright, Wayne Morris 
Yorgason, Laurence M. 
Yorgason, Sandra Joan 
Young, Betty Ann 
Young, David Arthur 



Young, Margaret Fidela 

Young, Richard B. 

Zaugg, Elwood Charles 

Ziemer, Paul Douglas 

Zucco, Aileen Ruth 

Brown, Jay Welch 



Cooper, Avenna Gail 

Cook, Alonzo Dean 

■""lamm, Linda 









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5 th Year Professionals 



Barwick, Ronald 

Bloomfield, Arlin O. 

Brown, William Richard 

Candland, Robert Guy 

Christiansen, Elroy G. 

Clay, Robert Don 



Cowan, Ross 

Dickson, Lloyd Brent 

Dixon, Richard Edward 

Edman, Richard Stark 

Green, Robert Sherman 

Henrie, Donald Kirk 



Herron, Lynn Ernest 

Holdaway, Dennis Leo 

Hone, George Lee 

Horstmeier, Heinz L. 

Humpherys, Melvin Dee 

Ingham, Vernon Brown 



Atolng 




447 



5 th Year Professionals 
Ivi to Z 




hie. Alma Raeldon 
James, Rex Lamar 
Jenkins. Charles E. 
Jones. Lloyd W. 
Lee. Edward Eugene 
Lonewell. Ruben S 



Montierth. Max Romnev 
Morgan. John Da\id 
Now ell. James Irwin 
Olsen. Dale Albert 
Ossola. Michael 
Parker. Bvrun Maurice 



Paxton. Thornton S. 
Powell. Richard Wm. 
Raymant. Robert Graham 
Razashah. Syed M. 
Roberts. James Warren 
Rogers. Kenneth Eugene 



Saunders. Ronald A 
Schroath. Thomas 
Smith. James Andrew 
Stallings, John H. 
Stevens, Mont Johnson 
Stevenson. George M 



Swennen. Jean Pierre J. 
Thomas. Bruce Evan 
Van Leuven. Clifford R. 
Walker. DarreU W. 
West. Hersehel Joseph 
Westover. James Howard 



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The Eyring Science Center was one of the most imposing buildings on campus, capped by two silver domes. The AFROTC occupied one 
of the TOB's. 



Graduate Class 

welcomed first 

MBA graduates 



One of the most important facts concerning the Graduate class this 
year was that the first men enrolled in the MBA program would re- 
ceive their degrees. From all indications more persons would be 
awarded their second or third degrees in the June and August con- 
vocations than ever before at BYU, indicating tremendous growth. 

449 



Graduates 
A to Hso 




Aagard, James Andrew 
Alsup, James McNeill 
Anderson, Roland E. 
Ashworth, Don Wilson 
Avery, David Franklin 
Bacon, Marv Rasband 



Bailey, Gary Lee 
Baird, Gareth Maughn 
Bassett, Irvin Gene 
Bateman, Charles N. 
Bateman, Harold Harris 
Beach, Bruce Mansfield 



Bell, Robert Allan 
Bennion, Roy Billings 
Benson, Lyle Neeley 
Benson, Winston Lowell 
Bentley, Anthony I., Jr. 
Bergeson, Scott 



Berrett, Lamar C. 
Beus, Kent B. 
Beus, Spencer William 
Black, Lonn Kimball 
Blonquist, Lawrence B. 
Bosil, Carolyn Keller 



Brown, Thomas Kirby 
Brown, James Frank 
Brown, Murlyn Lamar 
Brown, Wilson Carl 
Burton, Anthony Wayne 
Buss, Paul Adelbert 



Butler, Dennis Boyce 
Butler, Sylvan George 
Cambell, Alice 
Cartmill, Charles E. 
Chien, Yi Shou 
Childs, Howard Leroy 



450 



Cho, Jai Poong 

Christlieb, Richard 

Clifner. Charles R.. Jr. 

Coles, Rex Lydell 

Collings. William R., Jr. 

Condie, Arthur P. 



Conway. William David 
Cox, Kaye Bruce 
Crockett, Kay 
Cushing, Reneta Arlene 
Davidson, David Amasa 
Decker. Laurel Weldon 



DeCaston, Alexis N. 

Dellenbach, Robert K. 

Dibble, Ceorge Smith 

Dredge, John Deschamps 

Dudley, James Flovd 

Duke, Richard K. 



Durfey, Norma Ricks 

Durfey, R. Cline 

Durrant, Earlene 

Echard, Jim David 

Egg, Theron Jay 

Fiso, Avefua 



Fortuna, Eugene Frank 

Fowkes, Elliott Jay 

Garrett, Windsor Keith 

Glenn, Lowell Marshall 

Gonyer, Gloria Ann 

Goodwin, Reese J. 



Guillot, David G 

Gunnell, Earl Leroy 

Gumey, Boyd Francis 

Hammond, Karen Joyce 

Hansen, Bette Marilyn 

Mitchell, Nolyn G. S. 



Hebertson, Val M. 

Heiner, Roselyn Lael 

Henderson, Larry Duane 

Higbee, Sharon L. 

Higginson, Jerry C. 

Hill, Jack Edwin 



Hirst, David Kennedy 
Hohfeld, Barbel R 
Houssian, William C. 
Howard, Blaine Noah 
Howard, Kenneth M. 
Hsu, James Shie 




451 



Graduates 
Huf to Shi 






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Huff, Patricia Kelley 
Hunn, William John 
Hurst, James C. 
Idiculla, Muttaniyil E. 
Iqbal, Hussain Syed M. 
Irvine, Katherine O. 



Iverson, Andrew C. 
Jacobs, David Kent 
Jensen, Bruce Allen 
Jensen, Gary L. 
Johnson, Hal Lavell 
Johnson, Sharon Faye 



Jones, Lura Lee 
Jorgensen, Elmer Clay 
Jorgensen, Leroy I, 
Kenner, Mary Hazel 
Kim, Young June 
Klein, Sigrid Marta 



Koenig, Marjorie Bown 
Langford, Wilbur Reed 
Lawson, Jon Keith 
Larsen, Trond Odvar 
Lebaron, Arthur B. 
Lewis, Robert Eugene 



Lillywhite, Jay M. 
Limburg, Val Evert 
Loosli, Ellen 
Lorensen, Burton Leroy 
Stewart, Kathryn L. 
Madron, Jo Ann 



Manthei, Donald F. 
Marlowe, Darold 
Mask, Johnny Waldo 
Matson, Rodney Neil 
McKinney, William R. 
Melendez, Craig Mario 



452 



Mendenhall, Spencer K. 

McMeen, Marilyn F. 

Merrill, Idona M. 

Miller, Judith L. 

Millet, Lorin Edward 

Miner, Ellis Devere. Jr. 



Mitchell, James D. 

Mitra, Nalini R. 

Moody, Julia Penelope 

Mostert, Andre J. E., Jr. 

Naylor, Charles Joy 

Nelson, Robert William 



Nielsen, James Rue 
Nilsson, Bruce Ray 

Obarr, Gerald Leroy 
Obom, Wilma Jean 
O'Brien, Terry John 

Oliphant, Norman H. 



Orton, Kenneth J. 

Oswald, Delmont R. 

Ottley, Leroy 

Packer. Thane J. 

Palmer, Glen O. 

Palmer, Jerald Leon 



Petersen, Melvin J. 

Peterson, Gordon Allen 

Peterson, Leroy C. 

Pierson, Patricia 

Pollock, James Edwin 

Pope, Karl Theodore 



Price, Willard Rosel 

Prince, Donald 

Proksch, Joseph Albert 

Pruett, Norman Alvin 

Pulsipher, Francis L 

Quist, Paul Steven 



Reed, Mitchel Louis 

Rees, Richard Dee 

Rennie, Robert R. 

Roberts, Wilford Harry 

Rudd, Lynda Lou 

Sager, Robert Alton 



Savage, David Earl 

Saxer, Alton Hugh 

Sclimid, John Richard 

Sedgwick, Donald H. 

Seelv, Dovle G. 

Shih, Shirley An Chih 




453 



Graduates 
Sia to Zan 




Siau, Roger Maurice 
Slack, Robert A. 
Smith, Colleen Bates 
Steele, Robert Foster 
Stephenson, Paul James 
Stevenson, Sharon 



Stewart. Duane Walker 
Taghavi, Manijeh 
Thvgerson, Alton Luie 
Tibbitts, Lucille 
Tripp, Paul L. 
L'rsenbach, Jeanne 



Van Orman, YVelburn J. 
Vernon, Linda Lee 
Villalobos, Efrain 
Waldvogel, Gerald T. 
Walker, Sharon Lee 
Walser. Flovd Lerov 



W'asden. Evelyn A. H. 
Watts, Joseph L. 
White, David Arnold 
White, Mervin Forrest 
Whitehead. Craig B, III 
Wittorf, John H. 



Worlton, Thomas Grover 
Wrathall, Don Morris 
Wright, Donald Lelland 
Wright, Kenneth D. 
Wright, Raeann Beulah 
Wright, Tracy Dean 



Wright, William Lloyd 
White, Norma Jones 
Yang, Chyong Ell 
Yoneinori, Shirley K. 
Zander. Rudolf 



454 



General Index 



Academic Emphasis 




Committee 


350 


A Cappella Choir 


145 


Administrative Council 


64 


Afio Mai 


176 


Air Science Department 


170 


Alpha Lambda Delta 


180 


Alpha Phi Omega 


201 


Alpine Club 


177 


Alumni Office 


116 


Amanda Knight Dormitory 


247 


American Institute of 




Chemical Engineers 


161 


American Institute of 




Drafting and Design 


169 


American Society of 




Civil Engineers 


162 


American Society of 




Mechanical Engineers 


163 


AMS 


347 


Angel Flight 


182 


Archon 


178 


Arizona Club 


177 


Arnold Air Society 


181 


ASBYU President 


343 


ASBYU Vice President 




of Culture 


344 


ASBYU Vice President 




of Finance 


344 


ASBYU Vice President 




of Social Activities 


345 


ASBYU Vice President 




of Student Relations 


345 


AWS 


163 


Banyan 


120 


Baseball 


324 


Basketball 


300 


Belle of the Y Royalty 


38 


Belle of the Y Week 


30 


Beta Lambda Mu 


168 


Blue Key 


188 


Board of Trustees 


62 


Brigham Brawlers 


187 


Campus Buildings 


112 


Canadian Club 


184 


Central Assembly Committee 


350 


Central Dance Committee 


351 


Central Elections Committee 


351 


Chess Club 


185 


Chi Triellus 


190 


Circle K International 


210 


City Coeds 


186 


College of Biological and 




Agricultural Sciences 


68 


College of Business 


72 


College of Education 


76 


College of Family Living 


80 


College of Fine Arts 


84 


College of Humanities and 




Social Sciences 


90 


College of Nursing 


94 


College of Physical Education 


, 96 


College of Physical and 




Engineering Sciences 


100 


College of Religion 


104 


Concert Band 


149 


Confederate Club 


185 


Cross Country Team 


313 


Cougar Club 


221 


Cougar Days 


20 


Cougarettes 


192 



Dean of Students Office 


341 


Destiny Unlimited 


186 


Devotionals 


14 


Dramas 


134 


Elections 


46 


Engineers' Joint Council 


166 


Extension Division 


110 


Fencing Club 


191 


Fifth Year Professionals 


447 


First Presidency 


62 


Folk Dancers 


196 


Folk Music Club 


191 


Football 


284 


Forensics 


157 


Freshmen 


354 


Freshman Basketball 


310 


Freshman Football 


296 


Freshman Orientation 


9 


General Administration 


66 


General College 


88 


Golf Team 


328 


Graduates 


449 


Graduate School 


108 


Gulf States Mission Club 


194 


Gymnastics 


328 


Hawaiian Club 


195 


Helaman Halls 




Budge 


256 


Chipman 


264 


Hinckley 


280 


John 


268 


Merrill 


260 


Stover 


276 


Taylor 


272 


Heritage Halls 




Bowen 


223 


Broadbent 


224 


Carroll 


239 


Felt 


225 


Fox 


226 


Fugal 


240 


Gates 


241 


Harris 


228 


Home 


227 


Kimball 


242 


Maeser 


229 


Penrose 


230 


A. Richards 


232 


E. Richards 


243 


Rogers 


231 


Robison 


234 


Shipp 


233 


Snow 


235 


L. M. Smith 


238 


M. F. Smith 


236 


Tingey 


244 


Wells 


237 


Whitney 


245 


Young 


246 


Homecoming 


22 


Homecoming Rovalty 


33 


Honors Council 


349 


Honors 


334 


Intercollegiate Knights 


212 


Inter-Hall Council 


281 


Intramurals 


330 


Iranian Club 


195 


Jr. AMS 


348 


Jr. AWS 


348 


Junior Prom 


50 


Juniors 


409 



KBYU-FM 119 

Kia Ora Club 198 

Knight Mangum Dormitory 253 

Lyceums 16 



Marching Band 


150 


Men's Chorus 


146 


New England Club 


194 


Norsemen 


199 


Operas 


142 


Opera Workshop 


144 


Oratorio Choir 


154 


Orchesis 


156 


Pep Activities 


298 


Phi Chi Theta 


200 


Photo Studio 


129 


Preferred Men 


36 


Press 


128 


Program Bureau 


130 


Registration 


10 


Representatives of Caribou 




County 


184 


Rodeo Team 


329 


Samuel Hall Society 


202 


Senate 


346 


Senior Nurses 


172 


Seniors 


423 


Shomrah Kiyel 


203 


Sigma Alpha Eta 


173 


Sigma Delta Omicron 


204 


Snow Carnival Royalty 


40 


Society for Advancement 




of Management 


175 


Songfest 


48 


Sophomores 


391 


Sportsmen 


206 


Sportswomen 


208 


Spurs 


214 


Stockmen's Club 


198 


Student Government 


343 


Student Nurses Association 


204 


Student Leadership 


8 


Symphony Orchestra 


148 


Tennis Team 


329 


Texas Club 


205 


Thea Alexis 


216 


Theta Alpha Phi 


174 


Track 


318 


Traffic Court 


346 


Uintah Basin Club 


205 


University Chorale 


152 


Universe 


124 


White Key 


220 


Winter Carnival 


26 


Women's Chorus 


147 


Women's Week 


28 


Wrestling 


314 


Wye Magazine 


119 


Wymount Terrace Dormitories 249 


Y Calcares 


218 


YDay 


52 


Y Electrical Engineers 


164 


Young GOP 


209 


Y Squares 


209 


Y Vector 


128 



455 



Faculty Index 



JANET ADAMS 
JOHN M ADAMS 
MARGARET ADAMSON 
GEORGE M ADOY 
PIERRE AGRINIER 
LORNA C ALDER 
ZANE ALDER 
A LESTER ALLEN 
ctEULAH REAM ALLEN 
DELL K ALLEN 
L 1LA FAE ALLEN 
MARK K ALLEN 
PHYLLIS ALLEN 
STEPHEN L ALLEY 
VERL ALLMAN 
GRACE ALLPH1N 
BLISS ALLRED 
DAVID ALLRED 
DORALD M ALLRED 
GARTH W ALLRED 
MILDRED ALLRED 
K CHASE ALLRED 
RUEL A ALLRED 
•ALLACE E ALLRED 
MIGNON ALWAku 
JEANNE ANUERSEN 
WILSON KAY ANDERSEN 
BARBARA R ANDERSON 
BLAINE ANDERSON 
CARL DIXON ANDERSON 
HAROLD J ANDERSON 
KE I TH P ANDERSON 
RICHARD L ANDLHSON 
SHAREL ANDERSON 
STEPHEN J ANDERSON 
VERNON L ANDERSON 
HYRUM L ANDkUS 
R RAPHAEL ANDKUS 
J ROMAN ANDRUS 
CHRIS J APOSTOL 
SOLOMON ARANDA 
MARVIN REX ARNETT 
FRANK H ARNOLU 
NAulNE T ASHBY 
PETER P ASHWORTM 



B 



HYRUM J bABCOCK 
MILTON V bACKMAN JR 
SHERwIN H bAER 
JAMES E BA1R0 
REY L BAIRD 
BERTRAND L BALL JR 
ARIEL S UALLIF 
JAE R BALLIF 
R KHARD BALLOU 
BLAUER L BANGERTER 
RE1D BANKHEAD 
DEE H BARKER 
FHANCES P BARLOW 
MINNIE BARLOW 
J DEAN BARNETT 
OWEN L BARNETT 
VESTA w BARNETT 
wILMER L BARNETT 
VERMON S BARNEY 
IVAN J BARRETT 
HOWARD H BARRON 
CLIFF BARTON 
LEWIS M BAST IAN 
DAVID W BATCHELOR 
J LAVAR bATEMAN 
EDITH B BAUER 
LELANO K BAXTER 
U ELDEN BECK 
EARL A BfcCK 
JAY V BECK 
RAYMOND E BECKHAM 
R UERMONT BELL 
B WEST UELNAP 
WILBUR BELT 
GRANT D BENDIXSEN 
ARCHlbALD F BENNETT 
ERMA BENNtTT 
GEORGE C BENNION 
MARION BENNION 
UWEN C BENNION 
RObERT C BENNION 
J LYNN BENSON 
ANTHONY I BENTLEY 
JOSEPH T BENTLEY 
JOHN T BERNHARD 
KM E BERRETT 
JUNE E BERRY 
BRIAN S BEST 
JAMES L BILLS 
HAROLD J BISSELL 
ANGUS U BLACKHAM 
RObERT W BLAIR 
ROBERT R BOREN 
JACOB BOS 
CATHERINE BOWLES 
HAROLD J BOYACK 
CLARENCE S BOYLE 
Wl LLIAM H BOYLE 
CHARLES H BRADFORO 
REED H BRADFORD 
MERRILL K BRADSHAw 
WlLLARD H BRADSHAW 
LEE F BRAITHWAITE 
SAM F BREWSTER 
L EDNA BRI ICK 
FLOYD E BREINHOLT 
WILLIS H BRIMHALL 
RALPH A BRITSCH 
H SMITH BROADbENT 
FARRELL B BROWN 
J RICHARD BROWN 
THOMAS H BROWN 
LOREN C BRYNER SR 
MAURINE F BRYNER 
HAROLD S BUDGE 



KENNETH C BULLOCK 
ROBERT L BUNKER 
M DALLAS BURNETT 
KEITH P BURNHAM 
WESLEY BURNSJDE 
WESLEY R BURR 
PERLY E BURRUP 
ALMA P BURTON 
RICHARD A BUSH 
JESS R UUSHMAN 
RICHARD L BUSHMAN 
J MERRILL BUSHNtLL 
A DAY BUTLER 
ELIOT ANDREW BUTLER 
NEWBERN I BUTT 
FAYE J BUTTLE 
EDWIN J BUTTERwORTH 



JULIA CAINE 
COLLEEN CALOER 
GLEN H CALDER 
CLIFTON BOYD CALL 
STtRL 1NU O CALLAHAN 
J ELLIOT CAMERON 
JOYCE CAMERON 
EUGENE CAMPBELL 
JENNIF CAMPBELL 
LELAND H CAMPBELL 
CLAWSON CANNON JR 
C Y CANNON SR 
JOHN N CANNON 
KENNETH L CANNON 
MARK W CANNON 
EARL L CARDON 
LOUIS B CARDON 
DON ETTA J CARLISLE 
MELVIN W CARTER 
ARTHUR CHAPMAN 
ALBERT N CHASTON 
LOUIS J CHATTtRLEY 
THOMAS E CHENEY 
MARGARET S CHILDS 
DEAN C CHRISTENSEN 
EARL M CHRISTENSEN 
EDWARD L CHRISTENSEN 
EVELYN R CHRISTENSEN 
JAMES J CHRI STENSEN 
L ILL IAN CHR I STENSEN 
PARLEY A CHRISTENSEN 
ROSS T CHRISTENSEN 
JOHN R CHRISTIANSEN 
LEE RUSSON CHUGG 
BRUCE b CLARK 
DAVID L CLARK 
HAROLD GLEN CLARK 
HAZEL CLARK 
HERALD R CLARK 
J REUBEN CLARK 111 
JAMES R CLARK 
WARDEN J CLARK 
MONROE H CLARK 
WAYNE WALTER CLARK 
WELSFORD HONE CLARK 
JOHN C CLEGG 
LULA CLEGG 
MORRIS M CLINGEH 
WELLS P CLOWARD 
CORAN L CLUFF 
AILEEN H CLYDE 
LANE A COMPTON 
ALAN D COOK 
LESLIE M COOPER 
IVAN L CORBRIDGE 
RICHARD O COWAN 
SOREN COX 
MARSHALL R CRAIG 
RUTH CRAIG 
LARS G CRANDALL 
RULON G CRAVEN 
GERALDINE CRITCHLEY 
EARL C CROCKETT 
EVAN M CROFT 
JOHN CRNKOV1C 
BETH WIGHT CROOK 
BERT P CUNDICK 
RObERT M CUN01CK 
ANNA MAY j CURTIS 
CHARLES R CURTIS 
LYLE S CURTIS 
VIRGINIA F CUTLER 



D 



DELVA DAINES 
ROBERT M DAINES 
RICHARD L DALLEY 
PHILLIP B DANIELS 
ALEX B DARAIS 
BERTHA B DAVIDSON 
J KENNETH DAVltS 
HARRISON M DAVIS 
TEU DAVIS JR 
LELAND K DAYTON 
C EDWIN DEAN 
BONNIE B DECKER 
DANIEL L DECKER 
HARRY CRAIG DEES 
BENJAMIN F DE HOYOS 
GERRJT DE JONG JR 
THELMA Dt JONG 
STANFORD D DEMILLE 
MARGIE DAWN DEN1SON 
KENNETH G DENSLEY 
J RAYMONO DEWEY 
WILLIAM E DIBBLE 
DWIGHT R DIXON 
FRED W DIXON 
H ALDOUS DIXON 
GERALD L DOMAN 
MIGNON DOMGAARD 
DAVID M DONALDSON 
ARTHUR DONE 
BYRON DONE 
LESTER N DOWNING 



KATHRYN DOxEY 
ROY W DOXEY 
WlLLARD B DOxEY 
J DUANE DUDLEY 
CLAUDE B DUERDEN 
B KE 1 TH DUFF IN 
RETA DUNN 
LYMAN J DURFEE 
NORMA R DURFEY 
BONNIE DYER 
WILLIAM G DYER 



L BRENT EAGAR 

DON L EARL 

ELDERT J EASTMOND 

ORFA ECKLEY 

PAUL K EDMUNDS 

R LAVELL EDWARDS 

ALMA C E ITNER JR 

RICHARD G ELLSWORTH 

LAMAR EMPEY 

MAC D ENCE 

GLENN L ENKE 

MAYNARD ERICKSON 

DAVID LOUIS EVANS 



MERwIN G FAIRBANKS 
DEAN B FARNSWORTH 
RAYMOND B FARNSWORTH 
J EARL FAULKNER 
GEORGIA C FAUX 
LAWRENCE FEARNLEY 
LENORE FEARNLEY 
JOAN S FEHLBEHO 
LOTTIE L FELKNER 
PAUL E FELT 
D ALLAN FIRMAGE 
FLORA FISHER 
CHAD J FLAKE 
ROYLE P FLANORO 
MAE FLEGG 
DONOVAN FLEMING 
HARVEY FLETCHER SR 
HARVEY J FLETCHER 
MARVIN H FOLSOM 
JANET OAKS FRANCIS 
JOSEPH C FREE 
HERBERT H FROST 
DEAN K FUHRIMAN 



LAVELL C GAMETT 
DAVID E GARDNER 
JOHN H GARDNER 
G JAY GARLICK 
LAMAR E GARRARD 
LA MOYNE GARSIOE 
BYRON W GASSMAN 
CRAWFORD GATES 
EDWARD A GEARY 
DAVID D GEDUES 
MAR1SE GEDDES 
BURTON C GEE 
NORMAN GEERTStN 
REZA GHANNAU 
EILEEN GIBBONS 
R ICHARD A G1BBY 
JED G GIBSON 
M CARL GIBSON 
GURCHARAN S GILL 
PRESTON R GLEDHILL 
J REX GOATES 
MARC1A GOATtS 
MAX C GOL1GHTLY 
A HAROLD GOODMAN 
R IRWIN GOODMAN JR 
REESE J GOODWIN 
NAN GRASS 
MACCENE GRIMMETT 
LUE GROESBECK 
STEWART L GROW 
CLARK GUBLER 
OONWORTH GUBLER 
RICHARO L GUNN 
FRED EDGAR GUYMON 
ROBERT F GW1LL1AM 



H 



LEROY R HAFEN 
Wl LL JAM J HAFEN 
RICHARD HALES 
WAYNE B HALES 
H TRACY HALL 
JOHN R HALLIDAY 
LAWSON HAMBLIN 
HARLEY R HAMMOND 
MAY C HAMMOND 
GLENNA MAVIS HANSEN 
HAROLD I HANSEN 
TERRENCE L HANSEN 
DALE J HARDING 
B CARMON HARDY 
KENNETH R HARDY 
CALLIS R HARMS 
JAMES M HARRIS 
JOHN S HARRIS 
BLRTRAND F HARRISON 
BETTY D HARRISON 
ANNA b HART 

charles j hart 
david k hart 
edward l hart 
milton f hartvigsen 
vermont c harward 
george s haslam 
howard f hatch 
marlene hatton 
Floyd e haupt 

NENA RAE HAwKES 
RICHARO T HAWKINS 
DARWIN L HAYES 
FRANKLIN R HAYMORE 
C LYNN HAYWARD 
ALMA HEATON 
ISRAEL HEATON 



FRANCES J HEDUU1ST 
EUGAR E HENDRICKS 
MARTHA A HENSTROM 
CHARLES A HENSON 
RICHARD HENSTROM 
KARL P HERDE JR 
W1LFORD M HESS 
JEAN PIERRE HEUDIER 
DUSTIN H HEUSTON 
JOHN C HIGGINS 
ARMIN J HILL 
L DOUGLAS HILL 
MAX WILMER HILL 
KENNETH HlLLAM 
RAY C HlLLAM 
HORACE GILL HILTON 
LYNN M HILTON 
ROSS C HILTON 
NITA MAY R HINTON 
LEHI F HINTZE 
ROYAL SEARS HlNTZE 
CYNTHA C HIRST 
LEONA HOLBROOK 
RICHARD L HOLBROOK 
MARIE HOLLEY 
SHIRL J HONE 
KEI TH H HOOPES 
RUSSELL N HORIUCHI 
A uURT HORSLEY 
WM A HOSKISSON 
ALICE E HOWE 
ROBERT J HOWELL 
DEON W HUBBARD 
DARCUS D HYDE 
RONALU G HYDE 
PAUL V HYER 



HEED M IZATT 



ELLA w JARVIS 
URRIN H JACKSON 
RAMONA M JACOB 
BR1ANT S JACOBS 
MARGARET A JACOBS 
PHYLLIS C JACOBSEN 
M WELLS JAKEMAN 
SHEkALD W JAMES 
THOMAS A JAMES 
MIRIAM JASPERSON 
AUGUST W JAUSSI 
RONDA H JENKINS 
MARTHA R JENNY 
ALLENE ANNA JENSEN 
DE LAMAR JENSEN 
JAMES ALV1N JENSEN 
LUCILLE N JENSEN 
MARIAN DRURY JENSEN 
MARY B JENSEN 
VERN H JENSEN 
GLORIA DAWN JENSON 
ERNEST C JEPPSON 
J LORIN JEX 
FRANZ MARK JOHANSEN 
CLUFF JOHNSON 
ELDRED A JOHNSON 
GEORGEANNA W JOHNSON 
LYNN ERIC JOHNSON 
CARL D JONES 
J RICHARD JONES 
JENNIE B JONES 
ROLLO SHELDON JONES 
JENS J JONSSON 
CLIVE D JORGENSEN 
ELEANOR JORGENSEN 



M 



K 



JOSEPH J KELLER 
HANS W KELLlNG 
BURTON C KELLY 
BETTY JUNE KILEY 
EDWIN R KIMBALL 
C RODNEY KIMBALL 
ALMA W KING 
RICHARD G D KING 
HUGH R KIRKtNDALL 

lee knell 
hattie m knight 
ronald a knight 
Elmer m knowlES 
mary krider 
vern k kupfer 



WILLIAM R LAMBERT 
MERLE E LAMSON 
A DEAN LARSEN 
DON H LARSEN 
KENNETH M LARSEN 
LORNA JEAN LARSEN 
CLINTON F LARSON 
DONALD B LARSON 
GUST 1VE LARSON 
VERNON W LARSON 
KENNETH A LAUKI TZEN 
LAWRENCE D LAWLOR 
JAMES H LAWRENCE 
W DERBY LAWS JR 
HAROLD R LAYCOCK 
RALPH G LAYCOCK 
ROBERT L LAYTON 
EVELYN MONSON LEE 
HAROLD W LEE 
THOMAS A LEE JK 
COURTNEY M LE1SHMAN 
BEN E LEWIS 
STELLA D LEWIS 
ELlZAfaETH L LIECHTY 
LE ROY R LINDEMAN 
EARL L L1NDLEY 
DAVID D LINDSTROM 
WESLEY P LLOYD 
LESTER BERT LONG 
GARETH W LOwE 
DANIEL H LUDLOW 
DONALD R LYMAN 
KATHRYN L LYMAN 



MELVIN P MABEY 
HAROLD S MADSEN 
FRANCIS R MAGLEBY 
GARTH L MANGUM 
HAROLD D MANNING 
ROBERT P MANOOKIN 
DIXON MARKHAM 
WILLIAM E MATHIS 
J SCOTT MART IN 
J ALUEN MASON 
JAMES A MASON 
CONAN E MATHEWS 
EARL MYRON MAYNARD 
ROSS J MCARTHUR 
DON L MCCONKIE 
DEAN M MCDONALD 
OUlNN G MCKAY 
RUTH MARY MACKAY 
JOHN E MCKENDRICK 
LYNN A MCKINLEY 
MAX E MCKINNON 
KENT H MCKNIGHT 
MAUGHAN MCMURDIE 
DELUERT MCNAMARA 
C CRAIG MCNE [L 
ROGER A MCPHEETLRS 
WALTER E MCPHlt 
RICHARD L MLfbOS 
J KEITH MELV I LLE 
V DALLAS MERRELL 
CHARLES L MtTTEN 
ELAINE MICHAELIS 
SEYMOUR MIKKELSEN 
ELVA K MILLER 
KARL A MILLER 
MARSHALL LEE MlLLLK 
MART IN L MILLER 
MAKlUN T MILLET! 
HAROLD W MILNEH 
GAYLE f MINcR 
HOLAND I MINSON 
ALoLRT D MITCntLL 
HAL DWANE MI TCHLLL 
OLIVE K MITCHELL 
H RUDY MCE 
J C MOFF I TT 
ELAINE R MONStN 
R JOSEPH MONSEN JR 
DARktL JAMtS MUNSON 
GLEN MOORE 
HAL ij MOURE 
ALONZU J MOKLEY 
EUWlN O MOKHELL 
JEANNETIE MURKELL 
A REEU MORRILL 
J LLAIR MORK | s 
LAwRENLE MOKRls 
SAU1E MURHIS 
CARL MORRISON 
UAkkELL L MOSES 
J JOEL MUSS 
JOSEPH R MUKwOCK 
JOSEPH R MURPHY 
WILLIAM JAMES MUkRl 
MERLIN G MYERS 



N 



KEITH L NAEGLt 
CLYDE R NAYLOK 
JAY H NAYLOR 
DALE L NELSON 
DON4LD K NELSON 
GLEN T NELSON 
HOKACL UAVIU NcLSoN 
H MaRK NELSON 
K LL ROI NELSUN 
MARGIN N NELSUN 
HUGH W NlBLEY 
REIU N MuLEY 
HENRY J NICHULES 
FRED K NIELSEN 
LORNA RUTH NIELSEN 
ELOISE NIELSON 
EVE NIELSON 
HOwARU L NIELSON 
WENDLt NltLbEN 
JOHN DAVIS NIXON 
JERRI NOAKES 
SANuRA NO«LL 
OULNTIN R NURUOkLN 



o 



CAROL OAKS 

KE I TH R UAKES 

CLINTON L OAKS 

J LLOYD ULPlN 

LOUl SE M OLSE^ 

ERNEST LEROY OLSON 

J t URU 

SCOTT OHHUCK 

BR YLt □ UKTON 

J oEVAN UTT 

GLEN FOWLER OVAHU 

LYNN J OWENS 



RONALD T PACE 
T EARL PAROUE 
THANE J PACKEk 
SPENCER J PALMER 
KATHRYN B PARUOE 
BOYD L PARK 
CLYut PAHKER 
KAREN F PARKE* 
JOANN M PARRY 
kOBEkT C PATCH 
CAROL M PATTERSON 
JOHN W PAYNE 
WAYNE E PeARCE 
E N PEARSON 
GLtNN L PEARSON 
DONALD M PECK JK 
DARHL M PeDeRSON 
RlLHARU GARY PENKUU 
CHARLES M PcRLlVAL 
VAN L PERKINS 



BONNIE M PETERSON 
C R PETERSON 
UEAN A PETERSON 
tVAN T PETERSON 
HUGH W PETERSON 
BOYO GAYLE PE TT 
W REVELL PHILLIPS 
LEONID S POLEVUY 
RILHARD D POLL 
J PERRY POLSON 
BILL J POPE 
bLAINE M PORTER 
LEROY E POkTFK 
NORMA POTTEK 
D CHRIS POULOS 
VIKG1NIA b PCULSUN 
RALPH F PHESCOTT 
VICTOR W P'JKuY 



KAREN O UUARNSTKOM 



R 



MIMA RASdAND 
ELLIS T RASMUSSEN 
PAUL RASMUSSEN 
EOWlN A READ 
SUSAN E REAM 
JESSE W REEDER 
HOWARU T KEU 
E F RE IMSCMUSSEL 
RONALD L RHODES 
OWEN S RICH 
RUSSELL R RICH 
GRANT S RICHARDS 
JED J RlCHAkOSoN 
TED E R1ULNHQUR 
CHAUNCEY C RIDDLE 
GLORIA M KIOBY 
J KE I TH RIGUY 
DELoERT E ROAI.H 
BURION W KObINSON 
UONALU W ROBINSON 
P B ROBINSON JR 
CLARENCE k ROdISON 
C LAVAR ROCKWOUU 
JAMES KE I TH ROGERS 
R MAX ROGERS 
LESLIE MCKAY ROLLINS 
RALPH LOWELL KOLLINf 
ANTONE K k'jM\Er 
C JOSEPH kUwBLRKY 



GLEN SAGERS 
BILL SAMPSON 
CAKMA L SANUBEKG 
IVAN L SANDERSON 
CLYDE D SANUGREN 
LAWRENCE SAKDOM 
KIEFER b SAULS 
ALICE M SCM1 )T 
DONALD T SCHMIDT 
DAVID A SCHULTHESS 
FRED A SCHWLNUJMAN 
MOLLIS SCOTT 
MAX L SCOTT 
JUNt G SEAKLt 
STERLING U SESSIONS 
DONALD D SHAW 
MERLIN SHAo 
MACK G SHIRLEY 
R PHIL SHOMWAY 
R WAYNE SHUTE 
WILLIAM K SIODUWAY 
C WARREN SMMONUS 
ELbERT R SIMMONS 
JOHN M SIMUNStN 
KARL M SKUUSEN 
ARTHUR D SLAIER 
LYMAN SMART 
CAROL T SMITH 
JAY M SMITH 
JOHN L SMITH 
KAY H SMI TH 
MURRAY F SM| Tri 
OL I VER K SMI TH 
RObERT u aM| [H 
ROOtHT J SMI Jri 
WILI-ORD E SMI TH 
KULON N SMI THSON 
L UOUGLAS SMOOT 
W ILL IAM H SNELL 
KARL N SNOW 
RICHARO L SNOW 
H WAYNE SOFFE 
EMORY SUNOEHEObtK 
JOHN LEON SUHENSUN 
HELEN D SOV 1 Nt 
IRENE SPEARS 
G ALBERT SPLNCEK 
LUClLE SPeNLER 
SlUNEY o SPtRRY 
ELON M STANOEk 
STEPHEN S STANFUku 
HtLEN STEVENSEN 
ORACE NIXON SltWART 
SHARON S STODDAKD 
DEE LEON STORKS 
JANE GRANT STOKKS 
DOUGLAS W sTOTT 
DARRELL w STUbBS 
RObERT STUM 
HOWARD C STUTZ 
V RAY SUMMERS 
ALBERT U SWENSEN 
BEULAH SWENSEN 
RUSSELL b SwENSEN 
JOSEPH N SYMONS 



FRED Y TAKASAKI 
OREA B TANNtR 
VASCO M TANNER 
WILMER W TANNER 
NORMAN TAKbOX 
CHARLES D TmTE JR 
ARGLE L TAYLOR 



bARDARA TAYLOR 
CtLESTlA J TAYLOR 
ETMELYN P TAYLOR 
FLOYD K TAYLOR 
HARVEY L TAYLOK 
H DARREL TAYLOR 
JAMES S TAYLOR 
JOSEPHINE C TAYLOR 
L JOHN TAYLOR 
LYNN D TAYLOR 
ROBERT C TAYLOR 
WELUON J TAYLOK 
LLOYD P TAYSOM 
MAOELAiNE H ItOLASSY 
ROdERT H TEIChERT 
ELVIS B TEHRY 

j kenneth Thatcher 
douglas h thayer 
mur iel thole 

john alfrlu thomas 
Robert k Thomas 
jane Thompson 
i rene thomson 
lowell d thomson 
woodruff c thomson 

LUClLE THORNE 
FRANK M T IPPE TTS 
wlLFORD J TOLMAN 
JACK B TRUNNELL 
KARL L TUCKLR 
GLEN C TUCKETT 
DONNA LEE TURLEY 
bLEN H TURNER 
ROUNEY TURNER 
L ELLIOTT TUTTLE 
S LYMAN TYLER 
CLARtNCt TYNDALL 
OT TELLA TYNOALL 



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HOWARU F UlnEL 
HICHARD D JLRICH 



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GAY VALENTINE 
LEE B VALLNT |NE 
WENDELL VANCE 

JOHN W van con 

HOWARD O VANFLEET 
GLLNN M VERNON 
LINDA VERNON 
ROSS VIEHWEO 
JOSIE S VINCENT 



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ELIZABETH WAHLUUIST 
J HOMER WAKEFIELD 
GERALD R WALK 
ALKE T WALKER 
PAUL K WALKER 
RUDGEK H WALKEH 
LULU WALLACE 
MAX V WALLENTINE 

s Elvon warnek 

TED J WARNER 
BRUCE WARREN 
MAX L WATERS 
JEAN ANNE wATEKSlRADl 
ARTHUR R WATKINS 
RAY wATTtKS 
ORVIL A WATTS 
STANLEY H WATTS 
MAX D WEAVER 
ROSS WEAVER 
FREDRICK N WEBB 
CLYDE E WEEKS 
KURT WEINZ1NGER 
STANLEY L WELSH 
EARL WENGKEEN 
DALE H WEST 
HAROLD F WESTERN 
CAROL BETH WHEELtR 
LESTER B WHETTEN 
SCOTT WHJTAKER 
WETZEL WH1TAKER 
FRtD G WHITE 
JONE WH1TLFORU 
CLINT C WH1TF ItLD 
LESLIE WHlIION 
HARRY E WlCKES 
HAROLO E wiLCOX 
RAY T WILCOX 
DOKAN F WILKES 
ERNEST J wlLKlNS 
J KENNETH WILLIAMS 
LINDA J WILLIAMS 
LULlLLE J WILLIAMS 
TESS M WILLIAMS 
ARNOLD WILSON 
MARGUEHITL WILSON 
WARREN b WILSON 
JOHN M WING 
R1LHMKU O WIRTHL1N 
EDWARD WINhARO 
FRANK "in. 
ALAN RE1D WlTBECK 
GLENA D WOOD 
STEPHEN L WOOU 
LEON W WOODF I ELD 
GOLDEN L WOOLF 
RICHARD R WOOTON 
A STERLING WORKMAN 
KLEA E wORSLeY 
H CURTIS wRIGHT 
NORMAN E wRIGHT 
WAYNE WYLcR 



DAVID H YARN JR 
PAUL H YEAROUT 
RENtE YERG 
HAZEL YOUNG 
KARL E YOUNU 
LOUISE L YOUNb 



456 



Student Index 



A AGAR 


JAMES ANURtw 


UUHUANK 


CAL 


• SO 


AoAJl 


N KAThRYN JO 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


1S6 


AARON 


APRIL EUNICE 
JOAN CAROLYN 


SAN FRANC1SCU22 

EVANSION 


■ YO 


2S2 


A BOOT 


JULIA 


N LAS VEGAS 






AUUOl 


LlNUA ANN 


E HAMPTON 


CUNN 




Ahoar 


LYNN hEHbCKT 


QUINCl 






ABBOT 




OAKVKLE 


■ ASH 


1S1 


ABBOT 


RICHARD ȣub 


RENO 


NEV 


346 


ABEGG 


EN JOAN 






2*1 


ABEL 


AREN gene 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


392 


ABEL 


ATRKIA 


ONTARIO 


CAL 




ABERC 


OHDIc GARY L 


ABERDEEN 


.Ida 


•2k 


AbERS 


LO LOUISE 


EL PASO 


TEX 


392 


AbERC 


OHO It MAR IL C 


AOEHUEEN 


IDA 


• 2* 


AOO S 


EILA MIDORI 










NE'l SAMIR FARAh 




UTAH 




ABRAM 


HOWARD E 


SALEM 


UTAH 


• 10 


ABRAH 


HOWARD E 


SAlEH 


UlAH 




ACKER 


ON JOHN F 


ARLINGTON OS 




2 66 


ACKER 


AN GERALDlNE N 


MEAOVILLE 






ACOHb 


BONNIE LEE 


SALT LAKE CTY 




2*6 


ACUNA 


ESTRELLA 


MONTEVIDEO 






ADAIR 


ANlEIA GAYLt 








ACORu 


RE ID HENRY 


PROVO 


UTAH 




AUAJR 


MILD* 


OROERVILLE 


UTAH 






bRLNDA JEAN 


LAS VEGAS 




2SS 


AuAMS 


BRYANT LEE 


HALSEY 


OREG 




AUAMS 


CONROY H 


OREH 


UTAH 




AUAMS 


CAROLYN JUNE 


JACKSON 




1ST 


ADAMS 


DAVID J 


PROVO 






AUAMS 




OREn 


UTAH 


3S6 


ADAMS 


DIXIE ANN 


HARANA 


AHIZ 




AUAMS 




KENNEWKK 






AUAMS 


DENNIS GLtNN 


RIO VISIA 


CAL 




AuAMS 


GEORGE LAWRENCE 


MAGNA 


UTAH 




AUAMS 


JESSE LURA1NE 


SANTA MARIA 


CAL 






JAMES DAVID 


BUSBY 






AUAMS 




PROVD 


UTAH 






LI NLA HARGARtI 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


• 10 


»w«s 


MAX LEONE 
NATHAN ALBERT 






!*• 


AUAMS 


OSCAR RONALD 




UTAH 




A JAMS 


RALPH LAWRENCE 








ADAMS 


ROGER JAMES 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


•24 




ROBERT LEE 


PHOENIX 


AMU 


19S 




RAYMOND C 


AMERILAN FK 


UTAH 


•2* 


ADAMS 


SHIRLEY ANN 


LAS VEGAS 




•24 




SHIRLEY JEAN 


OREH 












UlAH 


JS6 


AuAMS 


SARA JANE 


SAN DIEGO 


C«L 


•2« 


ADAMS 


ViCKI LDRRAINL 


HUNTINGTuN Pk 


CAL 


• 10 


ADAMS 


Irina -Clare 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


230 


AuAMS 


N DENNIS KAY 


PL GROVE 


UTAH 





ADAMSON UIANA 
ADAMSON JANET ANNE 
ADAMSON NEwELL HENRY 
ADDY CAROLINE STUCKI 
ADKINS wlL«A HARRIET 
ADCOCK DAVID RANDOLPH 
AUU1RRE JOSEPH M 
AGulAR TONY LAWRENCE 
AGUIRRE ROBERT N 
Eah LAVbRNA D 
CORN ROBERT C 
STROM JOHN 
ANDER JAMES F 
STEOT JOSEPHINE L 
STROM GLENDA LEt 



TORONTO UNI 06 CAI 



LAS VEGAS 
CASTRO VALLEY 
SHIPROCK 



lDI I 
INERT . 



VII 



' JOE 



AlDUKAITIS NELSON C 
AIKEN LUCILLE MARIL 
AINA KALAUNANI T 
AKI JOHN MALULAM JR 
ALAND 6AROAHA JANE 
ALBERTSEN SOLVEIG A 
AL8RECHT ThOMAI BLAIR 
ALUREISEN JACK VERNON 



LAS 


VEGAS 


SAL 


LAKE CI 


SAN 


Gabriel 


UOONEVlLLE 


POR 


U ALL R 


COLF 








KANEUHE 


HON 


PELIER 




LAKE CT 


HAVE 


HFORD 



.BRETT 



mT^E' 



i SnEHI 



LEE SWEET HOME 



iLCORN NOLAN RAY 
>LOER GWENDOLYN CAR! 
■ LOER BRUCE LOUIS 

SHARON RENEE 



ANOER 

iNDEC 



JACK 



SOBER 



ISON \ 

R JAMES ALLEN 

R MARRENE 

R KElTll UL r,.,, 

R DENNIS GEORGE 



IDITI 
REED I 



VIN 



I ION I A 
N CAROL HANSEN 
N CAROL 
N CHESTER L JR 

tVU- THOMAS 
N DAVID WILLIAM 
DIANE 

DONALD BRUCE 



N GARY BYRUM 



HOOD RIVER 
HUDSON 

SAN BERNARDIN 

CLINTON 

PROVO 

OREM 

PHOVO 

MEiUUllE 

SPRlNGVILLE 

SPRINGVILLt 

SILVER SPH 

ST GEORGE 

DOISE 

eoist 

SPRlNGVILLE 
SPRlNGVILLE 

MONTEREY PARK 
MONTEREY PARK 
INGLLWUOD 
PALU ALTU 



CUCAMONGA 

PLEASANT GR 

SPOKANE 

LOS GATOS 

PROVU 

SLA TILE 

SALT LAKE CI I 



JAMES VERNETI 


BELMONT 


JERRY BRENT 


SHOSHONE 






JOHN MJChAEl 


SUNNYSIUE 


JUDY GAIL 


GUNNISON 


kathlhine p 




KATHERINE MARK 


SUNNY SIDE 


kat-hRyn 






LUS ANGELE 


LINDA LAREE 


KINGSTON 


MARVIN LYNN 


AMERICAN F 


MARY INEZ 


PROVO 


M JANE ANNE 


MESA 


NANCY C 


VAN NUYS 


PAMELA T 




RICHARD M JR 


PRESCOIT 


RICHARD JOHN 


RAYMOND Al 


RICHARD MILES 


COLUMBIA F 


RODNEY LIONEL 


ROCHESTER 


ROoERT FRANCIS 


ULIND-LE 


ROBERT JERRY 


El MUNIl. 


SHARON JEAN 




Thomas stanlly 


SAL HUN 




SPOKANE 


VIVIAN ELAINE 


VERNAL 


Vivian Elaine 


VERNAL 


N VIRGINIA LIE 


STOCKTON 


MARGARET DENISE 


06DEN 



Y RONNIE UE S 




E *lan lowis 


CHEHALIS 


SON CAIHtRINE AN 


1 CALGARY AL'A 


ON WILLIAM CLARK 


L-JULLi 


E-.DH.LIH KAREN A 


MIOVALE 


UN JENNEIIE 


PROVO 




SPRlNGVILLE 




OREM 


HIN JESSIE AUELl 


» OMLM 


KIN PEGGY JEAN 


KENNEwICK 


EU ANNALUL 


NO SACREMENIO 



D OAvID 


AwRENCE 


SHCLLtY 


D DUROlH 




GARDEN GR 


d nun 






D EARL 




AMERICAN FUMK 


D EARL 




AMERICAN FUNK 


GARTH 




PROVO 


D JUDITH 


LYNNE 


WHEAT HIDGt 



ALLREO K 


ISTINE 


ALOUOUEROUE 


N H 


IMi 


IM 




BOUNTIFUL 




190. 


192. 206 


ALLREO MELVA LEE 


PROVO 


UlAH 


216. 


!•>•>, 410 


ALLREO H 


CHAEL HAYNt 






196 






CHARu UORUON 


BOUNTIFUL 




2TS. 


392 


ALLREO R 


CHARo GORUUN 


.1 UN 1 1FUL 








ALLREO S 


A RON 


PLEASANT GR 








ALLREO SHERYLE LAOINE 




UlAH 






ALLRED V 


RLAN DALE 


PROVO 


UTAH 






ALLRED ■ 




ALBUOUERGUE 








ALMOND MARGERY 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 


177 




ALLSOP SHEILA MARY 


GRACE 


IDA 


llti 


241 


ALL SOP L 


MM 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


1*2 




ALMOND R 


Y MAR TEL 


PRESTON 


IDA 






ALMOND ROBERT JOHNSON 


PRESION 


IDA 


1*0 




ALSUP JAMES MCNEILL 


SI COVINA 


CAL 


1*9. 


4S0 


ALTMAN PATRICIA ANN 


PI WASHINGTON 








ALTMAN CARL WILLIAM 


GRAND FORKS 








ALSIROM JOHN KIRBY 


FRESNO 


CAL 






ALSTEnT 








2S9 




ALWAY NANCY SHERYL 


SPOKANE 






2SS. 344 


AMIRSOLE 


HANI ARJANG 


OGOEN 


UTAH 




• 24 


AMES BRE 


T CARTER 


ALEXANDRIA 








AMES STEPHEN L 


MORONI 


UTAH 


• 24 




AMES IER 


Y WENDELL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


• 2* 




AMossEN 


ERRY WAYNE 


ROSWELL 








AMMONS F 


ANCES LOUISE 


PUEBLO 


COLO 


i*u. 


!•«• 424 


AMTOFT SUSAN MARIE 


EL CLRRITD 


CAL 


192 




AMUNDSEN 


SUE ELLEN 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


• 24 




ANDERSEN 


HOWARD L 


PROVO 


UTAH 






ANOERSEN 


JEANNE BAIRU 


SALT LAKE ClYOB 


UlAH 






ANOERSCN 


LINDA RAE 




UTAH 


2ss. 


392 


ANDERSON 


KAREN 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 






ANOERSEN 


MYRTLE KAY 


SALT LAKE ClY 


UTAH 






ANDERSEN 


NAOMI DIANE 


ELS1N0RE 


UTAH 


424 




ANOERSEN 


THOMAS M 


LOS ANGELES 36 


CAL 


424 




ANOERSEN 


TODD GILBERT 


ELSINORE 


UlAH 


ISO 




ANDERSON 




VERNAL 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


ANNE 


ALPINE 




• 24 




ANDERSON 


AVIS MARIE 


PAYSON 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


BARBARA JEAN 


san bernaroin 


CAL 


226. 


3S6 


ANDERSON 


BARCLAY ■ 


-ESININSTtR 


CAL 






ANDERSON 


BECKY LEE 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


iSIt 


IH 


ANDERSON 


BILLY JOE 




UTAH 






ANDERSON 


BRUCE W 


OAK RIDGE 


ILNN 


las. 


273. lib 


ANDERSON 


URENDA 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UTAH 






ANOERSON 


CARMA J 




■ YO 


424 




ANDERSON 


CAROL L 


OOwNEY 


CAL 


2 26. 


241 


ANOERSON 


CAROLE KAY 


AVENAL 


CAL 








CAROLE KAY 


AVENAL 


CAL 






ANDERSON 


DANIEL W 


SANDY 


UlAH 


•24 




ANDERSON 


DAVID OSCAR 


■OODLANU HlLL 


LAL 






ANDERSON 


DALE LON 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 






ANDERSON 


DEAN RAY 


PROVU 


UIAh 






ANDERSON 


DIANL 






209. 


243 


ANOERSON 


EUDY ELLIS 


CHEHALIS 


WASH 


424 




ANDERSON 


Eul TH EILEEN 


VtNICE 


UIAh 






ANDERSON 


L LARAINE A 


CHEHALIS 


WASH 


172. 


24B. 2M 


ANDERSON 


ELAINE 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


EUNICE DIANE 




UTAH 


410 




ANDERSON 


Everett e 










ANDERSON 


FAYE LEILANI 


PROVO 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


GARY LEE 


CI IHUS HEIGHT 


CAL 






ANDERSON 


L-AHY ARNOLD 




IDA 


2 76 




ANDERSON 


GARY CALL 


PORTLAND 


ORE 






ANDERSON 


GARY LEE 






199. 


SSI 


ANOERSON 


GEORGIA L 


■JEM 


AHU 






ANDERSON 


GEHALUINE M 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


HELVlE D 


AMERICAN FORK 




• 24 




ANOERSON 


I LA 


GHANISV1LLE 


UIAH 






ANDERSON 






CAL 


3SA 




ANDERSON 


JACQUELINE 


PASADENA 


CAL 


262. 


• 10 


ANDERSON 


JACK 






194 




ANOERSON 


JAMES FRANKt 


PROVO 


UIAH 






ANOERSON 


JAMES C 


IUAHO FALLS 




JS6 




ANOERSON 


JAMES DAVID 


OLYMPIA 




3S6 




ANDERSON 


JAMES LANE 


a covina 


CAL 






ANDERSON 


JAMES a 


WENUUVER 








ANDERSON 


jane Ellen 


SAN BERNAROIN 


CAL 


• 10 




ANDERSON 


JANICE JEAN 


CANOGA PARK 


CAL 


220 




ANDERSON 


JAY DENNIS 


CAMPBELL 


CAL 






ANDERSON 


JEROME GREGG 






614 




ANDERSON 


JUAN ELLEN 


LIVlNGSION 


N J 


2M. 


2SAi «ff 


ANOERSON 


JOHN ALFREO 


N HOLLY WOOU 


CAL 






ANDERSON 


JOHN OAVID 


PROVO 


UIAH 






ANDERSON 


JOHN STEPHEN 


RICHF1ELU 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


JOHN R 


WENUUVER 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


JULIA ESTHER 
KAREL ANN 










ANDERSON 


KATHLEEN 


PROVO 








ANDERSON 


KAREN 






2SS. 


l»ll J56 


ANOERSON 


kEnna 


BUHLEY 


IDA 


210. 


392 


ANOERSON 


KENNETH w 


AMERICAN FURK 


UTAH 






ANOERSON 


KELBY JOHN 


IOAHU FALLS 








ANOERSON 


LAWRENCE 


SANTA MONICA 


CAL 


424 




ANDERSON 


LARRY GOROON 


FAIRBANKS 


ALSX 






ANOERSON 


LEE GRANT 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


2TB. 


1SS. 3S6 


ANDERSON 


LlNOA LEE 


LOS ANGELES 24 


CAL 


Iff] 




ANDERSON 


LINDA JOY 


PROVU 




299 




ANDERSON 


LOUIS S 


LANCASTER 


CAL 






ANOERSON 


LOWELL E 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


SS6 




ANOERSON 




ROSEBURG 


UHE 


'67, 


IH 


ANOERSON 


MAR JEAN 


hazelton 


IDA 


Iff! 




ANDERSON 




SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


410 




ANOERSON 


NANCY ANN 


REISER 




ISA 




ANDERSON 


MICHAEL DEE 


KOOIAk 


ALSK 






ANDERSON 


MICHUL M 


PROVO 








ANOERSON 




WINCHESTER 




2S2 




ANOERSON 




OREM 








ANDERSON 


NEIL MELV1N 


IDAHO FALLS 








ANDERSON 


NLAL DEAN 


OKLAHOMA CITY 


OKLA 


410 




ANDERSON 


NEAL DEAN 


OKLAHOMA CITY 


OKLA 






ANDERSON 


NORMA EELYNN 


GARDEN GR 


CAL 






ANDERSON 






CAL 


• 24 




ANDERSON 


PAUL BRENT 




UTAH 


2B0 




ANDERSON 


PAUL H 


MIOVALE 


UTAH 


ISA 




ANDERSON 




PROVO 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


REBECCA ANN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


204 




ANDERSON 


RICHARD J 


WHI IT IER 


CAL 


192 




ANDERSON 


RICHARD E 


BURLEY 


IDA 


ii(. 




ANDERSON 


RICHARD JAY 


PROVO 


UlAH 


267 




ANDERSON 


ROBERT JESS 






177. 


■H 


ANDERSON 


ROGER IMANK 






187. 


320. 3S6 


ANDtRSON 


RONALU E 


MANSFIELD 


OHIO 






ANDERSON 


ROLANU E 


OREM 


UTAH 


•SO 




ANDERSON 


SANDRA JOYCE 


BOISE 


IOA 


424 




ANDERSON 




SACRAMENTO 22 


CAL 


• 24 




ANDERSON 


SHELDON L 


SALT LAKE CTYIS 


UlAH 






ANDERSON 








197 




ANDERSON 


STEVEN LEIGH 


SAN JOSE 


CAL 


• 10 




ANDERSON 




PASADENA 


LAL 


212. 


392 


ANOERSON 


STEVEN L S 










ANDERSON 


STEPHEN JOHN 


SPRING CITY 


UTAH 






ANOERSON 


STEVEN JAY 


TREMOHTON 


UTAH 






ANDERSON 


THEO GEORGE 


MYTON 


UTAH 








TERRELL DUCE 


HYDE PARK 


UTAH 






ANOERSON 


VERNON LEE 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UTAH 






ANOERSON 




'OUNTN GREEN 


UTAH 


»»6 




ANOERSON 




ANNABtLLA 


UTAH 






ANOtRTON 


CARL NED 


DUCHESNE 


UIAH 


110 










UTAH 


1S6 




ANQRA CARL E 


LINCOLN 


NEBR 






ANORA RO 


S LESLIE 


PRESION 


IDA 


424 




ANDRA OAL 


I 




UIAH 






ANOREASEO 


WILLIAM ROY 


PORT GAMBLE 


■ ASH 


IM 




ANOREASEN FRANK M 


CHINA LAKE 


CAL 






ANUREASS 


N i.M. i..(. L H 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UTAH 






ANOREASO* 


NYALS * 




CAL 






ANDREW 01 
ANDREWS I 


ENDA KAY 
INDA BELLE 


OREM 
ARCADIA 


UTAH 
CAL 






ANDREWS . 


OSEPH PAIGE 


IHtMONION 


UTAH 






ANDREWS * 


ILHOLAS a 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


If. 


Aja 


ANORWS A^ 


TONE MARLUN 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


• 2S 




ANDRUS AL 


EC VEIGH 










ANDRUS IL 




MARION 


UlAH 


14S. 


1*1 1 1>6 


ANDRUS IK 


EM 


MAR 1 ON 


UlAH 




nil 192 


ANDRUS K< 


IHERINE ANN 


GRANDER 0* 








ANOHUS Kt 




UCCM 


IDA 






ANDRUS LC 


UIS JOHN 


■.*■.' LAKE CI* 




io;. 


120 


ANDRUS MA 


RJEAN k 


SALT LAKE ClT 


UlAH 


210 




ANDRUS MONA ALICE 










ANDRUS MA 


KIM 


SALT LAKE CM 


UlAH 


210 




ANDRUS R* 


(A 


IM 


ANDRUS ML 


ih RANAE 


SAL> LAKE CTY| 1 


UIAH 


• it 




ANDRUS VAUGHN A 


JALt LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






ANSIINE UALt EUGENE 


YORK 








ANGEL ARL 




PROVO 




*2» 






DULLAH SIRAJ 










ANTHON ROBERT EDWARD 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UlAH 


Iff* 




ANTHONY 6 




HIRIE 








ANTHONY SHARON III IN 


IW 




i-.*. 


161 


APPAM THOMAS GRANT 


OuCHCSNE 


UIAh 






APPLtGAIL 


DENNISE 


RICH) IELO 


UIAH 


410 




■ PPLEION 


( THEL YVONNE 


SACRAMENTO N 




IMi 


42S 


AHAGON HE 




MAIALHlL CHIH 


HEX 


42S 




AHAGON »v 


MtttRTO 


l.M|.IJ*HU* 










IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


1*4 ■ 


■M 


ARBON MAR 


Y BETH 


BOUNTIFUL 


UlAH 


n*. 


2*». 1*2 


AfteOM GAR 




GRANTSVlLLE 


UTAH 






ARBON ROBERT 


POCAIELLO 


IDA 






ARBUCKLf 


LYNN KINGDOM 


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BABtH NEAL SEYMOUR 
BARTHOLOMEW DANIEL R 

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BARTON JOAN 
BARTON LINNA M 
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BUR ION HAHSHALL 1 


PROVD 


JURION HIClAHU LhMAUN 


PROVO 


BURION SANuHA SUE 


A EARNS 


ousui charhaine t 


TUCSON 




MONTI BE LLO 


B«US(0 SnAHON l£E 


CATHLANET 


dUSCH JuANIIA 


VERNAL 


UUSi CAROL ANN 


AME-KAN Fl 


BUS" LLAUOIA A 


AMERICAN Fi 


BUSH LONNA 


OLNVER 


BUSH VtRNON EUGtNL 




dush HICAHu uaviu 


SPANI1M FOf 




joseph cm 


BwS'lMAN JOr LINN 


LAS VEGAS 


9USHMU LAREE 


jostRH ci n 


nuSHMAN PRESION J 


KIRlLAND 


BUjHHAN VAUGHN HLLEN 


SPRlNGVILLE 


BUSHNELL DEMY 


meauoh 


duSKEN DANIEL PJGt 


CINCINNAI I 



tWT 1AUFLR UHluKl REEJ 


HlGBY 


UUICnER AluLRI W J« 




BUlLLR A bAY 


OREM 


butler Charles l jh 




BUTLER JRUCt CORmIN 


BE THE SUA 


JUTLER OtNNIS B01CE 


PROVO 


UuIlER FRANCINt 








BUTLER JUUY 


OR EH 


BUTLER LJftUA SUE 


1 I HAL A 


BUTLER MAHuARLT 


SPOKANE 


BUTLER NUHMAN L*"ONlt 






CEDAR CUT 


buTLER RuSb ERIN 


ON I ARID 


BOILER SILVIA L. 


MU3LMNVILLI 


auTLLR SUSAN LEE 




BOILER S»LVAN OtORGt 


ALBERTA 


BOILER TERRELL - 


CARKEL VALI 


BUTLER SUSAN LEE 




BUISCHE* JEAN RUlH 


S GATE 


BUILER WILLIAM UON 


JbROME 


BUlSCHtll HELEN t 


SUOIH UATE 


BUtuRA JOHN MILHlN 


ORAYTON PLi 


BUI I JOrfNT If 


PLEASANT Gl 


BUIIARS JAC* LAVAM 




UuIIERF ItLJ JUuY A 


PROVO 



HUT lERflORIi 



IHERON HESIUI 



CABANA FELIPE S 


■AHIAaA 


CAULE PATRICIA BAKER 


MAY WOOD 


CAtJANtLLA CLIFFORD 


PHOVO 


CAFFERTY TIM BRANT 


CALDWELL 


CAHALAN ALICE 


SANTA FE 


CAhOON L/NUA KAY 


UREM 


CAHOON HAHLAN NILSSON 


LlHBhuGE ALI< 


CA|N MARUARET ANN 


LOS ANGELES 


CAHOON TRESSA C-At 


LEAVIII ALIA 


CAJN CAROLYN LOUISE 




CALOER DOUGLAS G 




CALUER toon BRYANT 


VERNAL 


CALOER COLLEEN 


ARCADIA 


CALOER GLEN H 


SPRlNGVILLE 


CALOER JANET 


PROVO 


CALOER ROBERT GARY 


CRAIG 


CA L GER SUSAN LOUISE 


CRAIG 


CALUwELL caryn l 


SPOKANE 


CAlORELL KATHLEEN 


JENSEN 


CAlDhELL LARRY U 


PlNGRtE 


CAlES DAHRtLL EUGENE 


AUA1R 


CALUERaOOO carmen 


IREMONION 


CALOERnOUD ANN 


OGDEN 


CALDHELL RAY EDhARD 


PROVO 


CAldERwood Ann 


OGDEN 


Calhoun wayne Elgin 




CALK BETTV 




CALL AMY LYNN 


POR lLAND 


CALL CLIFTON BOYD 


OREM 


CALL CAROLYN JOVE 


OGDEN 


CALL OEANN KAY 


BOISE 


CALL DORA MARIt 


CHIHUAHUA 


CALL OONAlO ROMNEY 


MONTERREY 


CALL HENRY DEE 


LAYTON 


CALL KRISTIN E 


TWIN FALLS 


CALL KATHLtEN ANN 




CALL LOIS JEAN 


MALAD 


CALL L'NN dOREN 


BRIGHAM CITY 


CALL LANE FREDRICK 


LAYTON 


CALL MAHILY IUONNA 




CALL marily IDONNA 


vtRNAL 


CALL NORA A 


DOOGLAS 


CALL ROBERT LEON 


a;tec 


CALL ROBERT LEON 


AfTEC 


CALL SUE LTNNE 


ONTARIO 


CALL TOMIE LOT 


Af TON 


CALL RILLIAM ANSON 


AFTON 


CALLAHAN ALICE 




CALLAWAY LOWELL tVAN 


CANDGA PARK 


CALLEk'AEHI MON1GUE F 


SALI LAKE CT' 


CALLIHAN CHRISTINE S 


IOPPFNISH 


C*LLIS GARRY LEE 


PROVO 


CAlLAhAY LORRAINE LEE 


HASTINGS 


CALLER 




CALLISIER LINDA 


CORONAOO 


CALLISIER L001SE M 


WH| TIIER 


CALLISIER LEE S 


BLACKFOOI 


CALLISIER JOANN 


DELTA 


CALt-ISIER KENNETH N 




CALLISTER RUSSELL D 


FILLMORE 


CALL1STEH SHELOON L 


OREM 


CALLISTER THOMAS J 


GRANISVILLE 


CALLISTER THOMAS J 


GRANTSVILLE 


CALVERT LYNNE 


MONTEREY PARI 


CALVIN HlCHELE J 


BUFFALO 


CAMERON CAROLYN JEAN 


OREM 


CAMERON BRUCE GARTH 


LAS VEGAS 


CAMERON BRUCE S 


LOS ANGELES 


CAMERON UANIEL R 


LOS ANGELES 


CAMERON COLLEEN 


VAN NUYS 


C*MERON JUUITM MAF 


GREAT FALLS. 


CAMERON LESLIE 


LAS VEGAS 


CAMERON JOHNNIE LORIN 


OUINC' 



L LOU 

IH BLAINE I 



CARLISLE E 



CAMERON CROVER BRUCE 

CAMERON STEVEN BERLE 

CAMERON SANDRA 

CAMMACK CAROL ROSE 

CAMP WILLIAM JEPPSON 

CAMP LEONIUAS BERRY 

CAMP LINI 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPuELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL 



CAMPBELL MARILYN 
CAMPBELL MARY ANN 
CAMPBELL TRAVIS K 
CAMPBELL ROBERT N 
CANANN VAN 
CANDLANO DAVID A 
CAnHlAND ROBERT GUY 
CANDLANO PAMELA 
CANDLAND VALORIE 
CANFIELD JOHN ORcN 
CANN ROBERT DALE 

CANNING IRENE MARit 

cannon christie 
cannon david cooper 
cannon gayle 
cannon j terrance 

cannon kathleen 
cannon linda 

cannon pamela deane 
cannon thomas ooenti 
cannon sieve Phillip 
cannon walter gary 
cansler Elizabeth a 



ITRELI 

CAPELL MAKILYN MARIE 
CAP IK EMU JOSEPH 
CAPPS DARYL WAYNE 
CARAWAY SUE ELAINE 
CARAWAY ANN LOUISE 
CARBAJAl LEONEL m 
CARD KARREN MARIE 
CAROALL JO ELLEN 
CAHDALL RTCHARL 
CARDELL WILLIAMS WAYN 
CARDON EARL LEON 
CARDON DIANA WHJFFEN 
CARDON BONNIE JUNE 
CARuwELL CAROLYN 
CARDON PEuGY ARLENE 
CAREY DIANE KATHLtEN 
CAREY HALLIt MARGRET 
CARLEN GARY EVANS 
CARLlLE BRENT G 
CARLISLE LORRAINE 
CARLISLE JOSEPH « 
CARLSON BETTY 
CARLSON DUANE ALEK 
CARLSON CHERYL C 
CARL5EN DALE LAMAR 
CARLSON CARL JOHN 
CARLSON JANE 
CARLSON KAREN LUCILLE 
CAHLY KATHtRINt HEAL 
CARLSON SANDRA LEE 
CARLSON RICHARD A 
CARLSON Thomas s 

carlston dennis p 
carlston Charles b 
carlston lon michael 

carlston judi ih l 
carlston kathleen j 
carlston paula 
carlyle michael scott 



FRESNO 
JAX BEALH 
LOS ALAM1TC 
IOAHO FALLS 
PIOCME 

OR I OLE Y 
IONE 



SAN ANSELMS 
PROVO 



LOS ANGELES 

SAN LEANDRO 
SAN DIEGO 



WORLAND 

SALI LAKE ClY 

LOS ANGELES 

PHOVO 

LUBBOCK 

BOISE 

SALT LAKE CTY 

SACRAMENTO 
SILVER CITY 



OREM 

AKIMI 



.TON L 



CARPENTER 
CARPENTER 
CARPENTER 



[NDA N 
IALD1N 



SSELI 



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CARR RUTH ANN 
CARR SARAH JANE 
CARDIGAN NE IL KE1 IH 
CARRIGAN ANN 
CARROLL 'JRUCE 
CARROLL FORREST B 
CARROLL WALLACE W 
CARROLL PAUL WAYNE 
CARRUTH CHERYL ANN 
CAHRUTHERS GERALD S 



IANCE 

ESCALON 

GREENVILLE 

GREENVILLE 

MEXICO 

OREM 

DOWNEY 

DOWNEY 

DEMING 

PROVO 

PROVO 

EL PASO 

SALT LAKE CIY 

EL PASO 

'1 HOLLYWOOD 

HE YBURN 

SPRlNGVILLE 

AMERICAN FORK 

VALLEJO 

MCLEAN 

SALEM 

POCAIELLO 

SAN OIMAS 

WHIIIIER 

MCLEAN 

EDMONDS 

PROVO 

LYNWOOO 

N LAS VEGAS 



FAIRVIEW 

COLORADO SPR 

BOISE 

CHEYENNE 

SAN GABRIEL 

MCMJNNVILLE 

MODESTO 

TwTN FALLS 

hErhISTON 

SALT LAKE CIV 

PROVO 

UPALCO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

GL END ALE I 

MORGAN 

ARCO 

SAN GABRIEL 



SALT 



UlAH f>l, 360 



161. Hib. 3V* 



1*9. 1SI • 300 
i*S 



UTAH 216 



UTAH 173. 239 

CDLU 360 

IDA 360 

WYO 237. *H 

CAL 

ORE 22> 

CAL IS*. 223 



CARRUTHERS JO ANN 


IOAHO FALLS 


IOA 


CARSON GERALD GEORGE 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


CARSON MtLVIN JAY 


OREM 




CARIEE BOBBY GENE 


SPARTANBURG 


s C 


CARTER BRUCE K 


CULVER CITY 


CAL 


CARTER CORENE 


RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


CARTER CHERYL JEAN 


SHELBY 


MONT 


CARTER CAROLYN ROSE 


MORGAN 


UTAH 


CARTER CATHIt ANNE 


OGDEN 


UlAH 


CARTER CLIFFORD RILEY 


MARTINEZ 


CAL 


CARTER CAROL JEAN 


CLIFTON 


ARW 


CARTE.K ELORIOGE N 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UTAH 


CARTER ILENE 




NEV 


CARTER JAMES EDWARU 




UTAH 


CARTER KATHLEEN 


MIDVALE 


UTAH 


CARIER LINDA i. 


BEAVER 


UlAH 


CARTER MICHAEL LEROY 


MATHER AF BAS 


CAL 


CARTER ROBERT WILLIAM 


PHOVO 


UTAH 


LARTtR RtVA LOU 


Pi MA 


ARIZ 


CARTER SHARON LEA 


WESTMINSTER 


CAL 


CARTER SHEILA J 


OGDEN 




CARTER WARREN LEONARO 


SOUTH GATE 


CAL 


CARTMILL CHARLES c 


SAN DIEGO 09 


CAL 


CARTREME SHERYL JON 


UPALCO 


UTAH 


CARUSONE KARIN J 


BOISE 


IDA 


CASH CAROL LEE 


ALEXANDRIA 




CASH FRANCIS WINFORO 


ALEXANDRIA 




CASEY GERALD Edward 


HELPER 


UTAH 


CA^E MARY MARGARET 


SUNNVVALE 


CAL 


CASO GEORGIA L 


COSTA MESA 


CAL 


CASE LLOYD A 




ORE 


CAsPEB GLORIA J 


MIDWAY 


UTAH 


CASPER GORDON C 






CASPER GERALDINE ANN 


SAN FERNANDO 


CAL 


CAS5ELC KAREN LEE 


HILL A F B 


UTAH 


CASS RAN IE ANN 


HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


CASTILLO CHARLES JOHN 


HOUSTON 


TEA 


CASTtLAN ELl2AUtIH 




MtK 


CASIELEIRO GLORGE R 






CASTAGNEIO CARINA ■ 


NAMPA 


IDA 


CASTLE CATHERINE 


ASHLAND 




CASTLE ROBERT L 






CASILEBERRY VENDA c 






CASIO ROBERT FtNNO 


HOLLADAY 


UTAH 


CASTLETON LLOYO V 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UTAH 


CASWELL SUSAN ALICE 


MAROLFHEAD 




CASIO ROBERT FENNO 


HOLLADAY 




CATHERALL THOMAS S 


LOS ANGELES *2 


CAL 


CAT LIN CAUDLE ANN 


MERCED 


CAL 


CAvANEiS GARY FHANK 


MAGNA 


UTAH 


CAvAlIEHI IONIA G 


SONORA 


CAL 


CAWLEY CAROL A 




UTAH 


CAwlEy ROGER H 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


CA1IER CLYDE H 


MAPLETON 


UlAH 


CtRNY MARSHA KAY 


OUONSEI POINT 




CLRVANTES MELISSA R 




CAL 


CHADWELL 8UD0Y OL1N 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


CMAOwICK DOUGLAS B 


MADISON 


HIS 




N OGOtN 


UTAH 


CHAUWICK LINDA LOU 


N OGDEN 


UTAH 


CHAFFARI ROiA 






CHALK LUCINUA M 


LEWIS 


KAN 


CHALKER LEI LAN! 


LOS ANGELES AS 


LAL 


CHALK VINCENT LF.ROY 


LEWIS 




CHALK VINCENT LEROY 


LEWIS 




CHAMBERLAIN CAROL N 


SEATTLE OS 


WASH 


CHAMBERLAIN JARON L 


BOULDER CM Y 




ChamoERlIN KATHLEEN D 


LAS VtGAS 


NbV 


CHAI^ERLAIN CHARLES K 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHAMBERS G DAWN 


EUGENE 


ORE 


CHAMBERS FAYE ANN 


ROXBOHO 




CHAMBERS MAK BRENT 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


CHAMBERS JOHN L 


PROVU 


UTAH 


CHAMBERS NANCY N 


SEATTLE 


WASH 


CHAMPION WAYLON E 


CREEOMOOR 


N C 


CHAMPION DtAN JUHN 




UTAH 


CHAN YING MING 


KOwLOON 




CHAN HlLUA SUSANAH 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


CHAN WING FUNG 


KOWLOON 




CHAN CHEUK 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


CHAN PUI KWAN P 


WANCHAI H K 


CHIN 


CHAN YU LHEUNG 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


CHAN HILDA SUSANAH 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


CHANULER OAvID LEE 


NtW PLYMOUTH 


IDA 


CHANDLER EUWIN BLAINE 


RFDLANOS 




Chang susan wanu 






CHANG WINIFRED A A 






CHANG SE ChON 






CHANG ANTHONY TAK WAI 


CLWATEH KOWLN 




CHANG BIN 






CHANDLER LARRY .■ 


CORIEZ 


COLO 


CHANULER JEANETTE 






CHANSLOR DONNA GAIL 


MHO 




CHAPIN MERRlLTN J 






CHAPLIN JAMES TArLOH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHAPMAN CORMA GAMBLt 


OREM 


UlAH 


CHAPMAN GREGORY W 


LOS ANGELES Sb 


CAL 


CHAPMAN TERRANCE 


MtSA 


ARIZ 


CHAPMAN ROSANNE 


LOS ANGELES Sb 


CAL 


CHAPMAN RICHARD S 


LAYTON 


UlAH 


CHAPPELL CALVIN J 


PHOVO 


UTAH 


CHAPPELL VAL GENt 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHAPPELL LLOYD LARELL 


LYMAN 


UTAH 


CHAPPELL iHANNA RAE 


KAYSVILLE 


UTAH 


CHAPPELL HlLDREO 




UTAH 


CHAPPLE KEITH R 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CMAPPLE RICHARD LYNN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


CHARLTON MARY V 


DILLWYN 


VA 


CHASE DUANE B 


OR 1 NDA 


CAL 


CHASE DAVID 


MARS1NG 


IDA 


CHASE JOHN D 


POCAIELLU 


IDA 


CHASE KENNETH WAYNE 

CHASE LINDA 

CHASE STEPHEN KEITH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


PROVU 


UTAH 


CHASION ALBERT N 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHAS.TEEN GARY PAUL 


DOWNE Y 


CAL 


CHASE RALPH 


MAR S 1 NG 


IOA 


CHASTON GLORIA DUNCAN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHAIFIELU DAVID L 




WASH 


CHATTERLEY jimmie l 


LEWISION 


N Y 


CHATIERTON HICHARO 


WASHINGTON 20 


C 


CHATTERLEY TANJA 


LEWISTON 




chavez Christina 


CROWNPOINI 




CHAVIS CATHERINE 


NOVA TO 


CAL 


CHEATHAM LINDA JEAN 




ARIZ 


CHECkETTA CAROL JEAN 


SANTA BARBARA 


CAL 


CHEEVER JR GEORGE A 






CHELIUS BRIAN DENNIS 


LOS ALAMOS 


N M 


CHENEY OONNA RAGON 


PNOVO 


UlAH 


CHENEY ERNEST J 


EMMET I 




CHENEY ELLEN N 


LOS GATOS 


CAL 


CHENEY EMI.. 






CHENEY MERLIN GENE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


CHENG KAK HUNG 


KOWLOON H K 


CHIN 


CHENEY PATRICIA SUE 


SAN LeANDHU 




CHENG RALPH KAK MAN 


KOWLOON 


HONG 


CHENOwEIH JOHN C 


RICHMOND 


IND 


CLARK RO'iER WAYNE 


GLENWOOO ALTA 


CAN 


CHERRY JOAN 




WASH 


CHESSER FIARY C 


ORLANDO 


FLA 


CHEUNG STEPHEN P M 


KOWLOON H K 


CHIN 


CHESNEY SAUNORA LEE 


TOPEKA 


KANS 


CHIAPELLA OLLIE JEAN 


GARDEN GROVE 


CAL 


CHIDESTER EVAH LEON 


AMERICAN FUHK 


UTAH 


CHIEN MAN N1EN 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


chien yi show 


TAIPEI TAIWAN 


CHIN 


CHILD ERLENE 


SPRlNGVILLE 


UTAH 


CHILD JOHN KAY 


OGOEN 


UlAH 


CHILD PAUL LORIN 


C L 1 N I ON 


UTAH 


CHILDERS MARGARET A 


ALION 




CHILD PATRICIA 


AFTON 


WYO 


C"KDa CAROLYN 


OREM 




CH|LUS HOWARD LEROY 


CARMICHAEL 




CHILDS KAYE 




UTAH 


chilton Clifton 


HONOLULU 




CHUOS CAROLYN 






CHING CLARENCE FOUK T 






CHJPMAN AFTON CAROL 


PKOVO 


UlAH 


Chipman Cheryl jean 


N HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 


Chipman freeman RtED 


PROVO 




Chipman HELEN 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


CHIPMAN KENYON LYNN 


WELLING ALIA 


CAN 


CHIPMAN LYNEIIE E 


DURANGO 


COLO 


CH|U KIN SUNG PATRICK 


HONG KONG 


CHIN 


CHO JAI POONG 






CHOATE KAREN 


REOLANDS 


CAL 


CHOWEN RONALD LEE 


LOMITA 


CAL 


CHRISTENOI HAHLtY G 


CHESTER 




CHRISTENSEN AUtLBLRT 


PROVO 




CHRISTENSEN ANN ETTA 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


ChRISIENSEN ANTHON C 




ORE 


CHRISTENSEN ANN 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


CHRISIENStN ARLENE 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 


CHRISTENSEN ARIEL B 


BOISE 


IDA 


CHRISTENSEN BECKY 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


CHRISTENSEN BtVERLY S 


PHOEN1K 


ARIZ 


CHRISTENSEN BEHII E 


MESA 


ARIZ 


CHRISTENSEN MING 


A NC HON A OF. 




CHRISTENSEN 6ETTE M 


OAKLAND 02 


CAL 


ChHISTENjEN BRENT 






CHRISTENSEN CAROL J 


PHOVO 




CHRISTENSEN C GATE 


FlLLMORt 


UTAH 


CHRISTENSEN CAROL 


PROVO 


UIAn 


CHRISTENSEN CHRISTIAN 


REIBURG 


IDA 



TT. 2 3'. 360 



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460 



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CnRlsTENSEN Clat 9 p« VC 

CHR1SIENSEN OARbIN L BUlit 
CnRlsTENSEN DAvlD LEE F | LLMXME 

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CHRISTIANSEN DAvlO M SALf t AEE C(T 

CHRISTENSEN ,*»lu ft Fairbanks 

ChRISIENSLN DAVID E EtNHEBlCE 

CHRISIEH3EN OAy|u A PLEASANT GR 

OMISTENSEN DAVIU s KENNEbICe 

CnRlsTENSEN UtLBtRI t DObNEt 

IHRISIENSEN .■■-ill: DETROIT 

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chmistensen douglas m mathumu alia 

CnHliltlutl EUBARu BOISE 

CHRISTENSEN EVELTN RIChFIElu 

CHRISTENSEN F DEON SA t I Na 

ChrisIEnSEn FRANCIS J SA L tH 

CHRISTENSEN GAIL -. SAL! LABt ClT 

CRISTENSEN GAIL ANN Nt . uNLtAHS >, LA 

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CHUU SHIRlEY ■•■ 


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CULL I MODE NAML Y marie 
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OAhl GRECOHT COSTLEY 




uahl judiim 




OAhl Marian 


BOISE 


UAHL MARSHA ANN 


SAN CARLOS 


UAhl richaru PlhxsON 


BOISE 


uAhloERU UOROON GENE 




UAHLER ALFRED 


PROVO 


UAMLKE JOHN RU> 




UAhLMAN uerald l 


ANT IOCH 


UAHNEKE OARION EUUENE 


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UAILY BlLLlAM U JH 




UAINtS BtRNARU NELSON 


SPOKANE 


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MEIUCHEN 


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PROVO 


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MEIUCHEN 


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PROVO 


ualle* c-arlcs bESlEy 


SUMMIT 


UALLEr PATSY KAf 


■ORLANO 


OAlLEy richaru LO«ELL 


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UALLEr RUNALU JOHN 


HELENA 


u-Ulinu braoley eric 


1UAH0 FALLS 


ual ion uunalu m 


ROSaELL 


uAlTON jam mhITNEY 


SPRINOVILLt 


UA L Y RKHAR0 L 


BLOOMSBURD 


OAMJANOVKH DIANE 


SANUY 


DAMRON PAUL EDWARDS 




damForo ^iiie lee 


uRAUERIOM 


DANItL OUNNA F 


RALEIuX 


DAMIELS OlLLEE P 


MILLtMAE 


uamielS karen Phyllis 


ShOHT HILL1 


DANIELS MAHUAHEI K 


SEATTLE 


DANIELS MARY JANICE 


LONC BEACH 


damiels Patricia and 




DAM1ELS0N £0E K 


PROVO 


DANLE' JANICE EAklENE 


MASHINCiIUM 


OANLE' RUSE M 


■ASHIMUION 


DANIELSON ardis e 


PROVO 


OANNER HAR6ARA JEAN 


INGLE HOOD 


uAmmlEY PLuijr 




DARKE ALAN JOStPlt 


PRINCETON 



UARNELL JO AIM 
DARRAH HAUHEEN KAY 
UARNtLL UL'NALU ROSS 
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davis Elmer harolu j. 
davis evelyn d 
davis franc harvey 

uavis jahes qlnjkm1n 

UAVIS JAMES UBlUHl 

DAVIS JAMEa MICHEAL 

UAVIS JEROME LeC 

UAVIS JOHN PAUL 

DAVIS JOYCt M 

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ulan Rustai Charles 


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UEAN SANURA LINN 




utAN vlRUMIA JANE 





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UEMANN KAREN ANN 


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uemethuf'uulos anurlm 




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TjRUNIu jnt 


DtMlLL GERALD mAYNE 


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UtMlLLt SHALL- HYATI 


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DLMUMDAUNl JAMES S 


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UEMKEMS ELAINE 


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ULNNETI Nt HIE HARDY 




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VAUU.IN 


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BOISE 


UaSPAIN EUGENE KING 


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ULIHMAN JAN KAIHLEEN 




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FAGG SHERR1E LOUISE 
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FOSTER PAULA OLIVIA 


CORONA 


CAL 


FOSTER ROBERT Dt AH 




UTAH 


tu»1um karEn KAE S 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


' H 1 .r.A IAREN i*L ■., 


luAHO FALLS 


IDA 


'vuu.i« UAYID lh.-.uuN 


PROVO 


Jl An 


FOULK UONALO MELV1N 


PLEASANT HILL 




FCuLK 0ONAL0 MELVIN 


PLEASANT HILL 


CAL 


FOUIZ DEAN ROT 


BISMARCK 


N 


Fujtz ALIO* 


LAS VEGAS 




FuuTZ JEAN PEARL 


Ml NOT 


N D 


FOwKtS ElLIOTT JAY 


EVANSION 


■ YO 


FOWERS VtRLAYNE 


OGPEN 




FOWERS DWIGHt WILFOAD 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


FOWERS "«in SUZANNE 


MESA 


ARIZ 


FQwERS WAYNE DEAN 


PANORAMA CITY 


CAL 


FOWERS CRAIG tMERSON 


Chandler 


AHIZ 


FOWLER ANN 


DENVER 09 


COLO 


FCWKE5 RANUY JAMES 


COHPION 


CAL 


' --H- GtNtVA I.U.I 


GREENACRES 


■ ASH 


FOULER KIRK A 




N Y 


FO.LER JANINA 


pleasant gr 


UTAH 


FUWl.ER JOHN l»t»iuN 


DENVER 09 


COLO 


FOWLER RUSSEL G 


tSCONulDO 


CAL 


foulER Ruth Ann 


REXBURG 


IDA 


fgwlEs margarcT ann 


CALDMELL 


IDA 


FOwLKE LOLA L 


OR EM 


UTAH 


FUK KAREN JEAN 


ROCK SPRINGS 


lYO 


FOX JAMES ALLAN 


HARD IN 


M3T3 


FOX JAMES KEN! 


SEATTLE OS 




FOX HARS«A L 


VERNAL 


UTAH 


FOX OLIVIA K 






FOX SUSAN HAuREEN 


PLEASANT GR 




FOX REGINALD 1 JR 


bMOOKLYN 30 




FRAME MICHAEL M 


CEDAR LITT 


UTAH 


FRAME PATRICIA UEON 


CEDAR Clll 


UTAH 


FKAMJMON ELOON rt 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 


FRANPION MORRIS J 


SALT LAKt CTY16 


UTAH 


r RAMPTON MAR* LbE 


M| OVALE 


UlAH 


FRANCIS DAVI5 RICHARD 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


FRANCIS J wAVNE 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


FRANCIS RALPH H 


MORGAN 




FRANCIS RONALD G JR 


spamsh fork 


UTAH 


FRANCISCO EL DON A 






franco oennis Eugene 


NILES 


CAL 


FRANOSEN JOAN 


CENTLRCltLU 


UTAH 


FNANUSEN KAlHLEtN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


FRANK CELIA 


SEATTLE 


■ ASH 


FRANKMAN CAROL M 


SEATTLE SB 


«ASh 


FRANKLIN IRENE LORtt 


HOUSTON 




FRANKLIN LARRY VERNON 


VI DOR 


ItX 


FRANKOVICH ROBERT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FRANKS ALLEN oEOKGt" 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


FRANKS MARL* DEE 


PROVO 


UTAH 




OAKLEY 


IDA 


FRANZ ANNEVA BURTON 


BERKELEY 


CAL 


FRANZ ALAIN RENt 


RONCHIN 




FRANZ JUDITH L 


COMONbOOD 


AMU 


FRANTZ RICHARD tUGENE 


SAlI LAKt 


UTAH 


FRANZ KILLIAC LIUMTON 


BERKtLtY 


CAL 


FRANSUN JANET 


OAKLEY 


UtAri 


FRAStR JUDY ANN 


vallEjo 


CAL 


FRAZIER GERALO ALLAN 


SPRINGV1LLE 




FRECKLETON KARLA 




UTAH 


FREDERICK RICHARO M 


FOREST f.ROVE 


ORE 


FREORICKSCN RALPH V 


M10VALE 


UTAH 


FREE JOSEPH CARL 




UlAH 


FNEtBAIRN JOANN 


LOS ANGELES 4l 




FREE HELEN LARAE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FREEBAIRN PENNE 


HERMOSA BEACH 




FREELANO MAHJORIE C 


RENO 


NEV 


FREEMAN UAvlO WALTER 


FRESNO 36 


CAL 


FREEMAN LONNIt L 


TOPPENISh 


■ ASH 


FREEMAN ORUCE L 




UTAH 


FREEMAN LLOYD MASON 


PATRICK 


S C 


FREEMAN M1LOREO 




CAL 


FREER LOA ANN 






FREESTONE ANN 


MESA 


ARIZ 


FREESTONE CHARLOTTE E 




ARIZ 


FREESTONE JACOUELlNE 


MESA 


ARIZ 


FREHNER REX ARLAPt 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


FRE1 RALPH LLOVO 


MO At* 


UTAH 


FRENCH LETTY L 


ENCINO 


CAL 


FRENCH RICHARD S 


MESA 


ARIZ 


FRESH PATSY MARILYN 


BLACKFOOT 




FRIANT REX WAYNt 


PLEASANT GR 


UlAH 


F«1ER WARREN SCOTT 


CASPER 


■ TO 


FRISCHUlECHT NEIL C 


PROVO 


UTAH 


FRIT2SCME PATRICIA A 


CHICAGO 31 


ILL 


FRIZZELL KENNETH E 


LA GRANDE 


ORE 


FH| TZEN ACHlM 


BAD GOOtSBERG 


WCER 


FRONE KAREN LYNN 


MOLALLA 


ORE 


FROM* KAlHY LAHEE 


OUINCY 


WASH 


FRONK ROBERT 


OGOEN 


UTAH 


FROST GUY CARSON 




UTAH 


FROST TERESA 


MONIICELLO 


UlAH 


FRfER OAVIU HOHARU 






FRY JEAN1NE 


BREMERTON 


WASH 


FRY LEEHOY 


BREMEWlON 


■ ASH 



FRY JOHN DOUGLAS 
FflYE KENNETH lEROY JR 
FRYER KENNETH L0W1N 
FRYER BNtNT 
FUCHlGAMl JAMbS H 
FUESTON CLAUDtTTL J 
FUCHlGAMl HARRIS T 
FUENTES DE HOYOS C M 
FUGAL JERALD MAC 
FUGAL LOIS 
FUGAL SARA CHRISTINE 
FUMRIMAN AUELAIUE J 
FUHR1MAN ROBERT LEE 






JEHU 



FujA LAWRENCE STEPHEN 
FUJA CLARENCE LOUIS 
FULKERSON HELEN E 
FULKERSON ROBtRI E 

fuller doyle guullr 
fuller leon hunt 
fuller neil ounalu 
fuller richaro c 
fullmer beverly kayt 
fullmer gaynell 
fullmer judith i 
fullmer Phyllis kaye 
fullmer neura s 
fullmer marvin lew 
fullmer wayne dennis 
fullmer terry l 

FUNG HlNG CHE0NG 
FUNK ELMA JEAN1NE 
funk JOYCE t 
FUNK RONALD t) 
FURBEE KITTY JANE 
FURMAN MARY JEAN 
FURBY BRIDGE ME 
FURNIVAL DONALD -4 
FURNER CAROLYN 



LAN A] 

SPANAWAY 
LANAI LITT 

SALTILLO COAH 

pleasant GR 
pleasant gR 
hoodmont 

MELBA 



PRESCQTT 
DAYTON 
SI GEORGE 
MENAN 
ME NAN 

gout 

■ENOELI 

oelta 
sph1ngvule 

BEDFORD 

ORIGGS 

KOWLOON 

SAN GABRIEL 

OURLEY 

SAN GABRIEL 

IRVlNGTON 

GRASSY LAKE 



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2S6. Silt* 365 



199. 273. 165 



2C5. 258. 365 



GAFFNEY PATRICIA ANNE 






GA8B0TI FRANCES KAYE 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 


GAOD MARGARET JEAN 


NEPHI 


UTAH 


GAGON SANDRA LOUISE 


ALEXANDRIA 


VA 


GAGE NORMAN J 


MONTICELLC 


UTAH 


GAGON GERALD P 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GAGON PATRICIA ELOISE 


ALEXANOPIA 




GAINES GLORIA J 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


GALBRAITH KlRK P 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


GALBRA1IH MARCIA h 


SAN LEANDRO 


CAL 


GAmRAITH JAMES M 


ANNANDALt 


VA 


GAldRAUH uAvIU UR1AN 


RAYMOND ALIA 


CAN 


GALE LEON DEMAR 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


GALE BRENT E 


OGDEN 


UlAH 


GALE DOUGLAS LAVOIR 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


GALE ELAINE MARIE 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GALE PATRENA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GALE NORD LORAN 


DUNCAN 


ARIZ 


GALE TERRY WILLIAM 


SPRINGVILLE 




GALE PATRA LOUIaE 






GALLAGHER WILLIAM K 


LOS ANGELES 49 


CAL 


GALLAGHER JEAN HEtVES 


BArSlUt 64 


N Y 


GALLAGHER GLOHGt R 


BAYSIOE 




GALLEGUS LORA CAROL 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 


GALLI GERALDINE IUA 


PINt GN 




GALLIGER LAURIE 






GALLOWAY CHARLOTTE V 


BOGALUSA 




GALLOWAY LOLA JtAN 


HAINtS CITY 


FLA 


GAMBLE GAYLE UIANE 


SAN OIEGO ON 




GAMBLE JAMES EARL 


OREM 


UTAH 


GAMETT JOE TAYlOR 


PROVO 


UTAH 


GANZEL OAVlu KENNITH 


SOUTH GATE 


CAL 


GANO DARLENt 


KtOSAUOUS 


IUWA 


GANI DOUGLAS JAY 


HAwTHORNt 


CAL 


GANT SANURA BARNEIT 




UTAH 


GARDEN CAROL 


SEASIDE 


CAL 


GARCIA VINCENT HENRY 


TOOELE 




GARCIA CARLOS C 


EL phado 




GARBER PAUL JEROLD 


GREENVILLE 


CAL 


GARCIA LEROY ERNEST 


El phado 




GARCIA GLORIA 






GARDEN CAROL 


SEASIDE 


CAL 


GARNER AUELBERT LEROY 


TOOELE 


UTAH 



242, 307. 3V6 



263 

CAL 206. <>13 
UlAH |92. 36S 



GARDINER FRANK T 
GAftOtA FRANCES Y 

GARDNER ANDREW ROYAL 

GARDNER HARRY OOYLE 

GARDNER BNENT 

GARDNER CAROL ANN 

GARDNER DAHL TOCANU 

GARDNER DIANE 

GAROnER DAVID WAYNE 

GARDNER DARREL M 

GARDNER DORETIE 6AY 

GARDNER GLENDA JUNE 

GARONER HENRY JERRY 

GARDNER HELEN E 

GABuNEM JUDITH KAREN 
GARDNER JOAN 
GARDNER JERRY 
GARDNER KAREN M 
GARDNER KARREN LEE 
GARONER LARRY M 
GARDNER LANCE GLEN 
GARDNER LESLIE ANN 
GARDNER MARSHA 
GARDNER MARGARET 
GARDNER MAUREEN 
GARONER MURRAY BRENT 
GARDNER NIKE 
GARDNER NOROA 
GARONER ROSALIE 
GARDNER RICHARD I - - I .. 
GARONER ROKANt 
GARDNER ROBERTA 
GARDNER RICHARD - 
GARONER HOttERT COVEY 
GARDNER RULON BARRY 
GARDNER SHARON 
GARFF SUZANNE 
GARLAND DOUGLAS A 
GARN PHILIP GRAHAM 
GARN KAROLYN JOANNA 
GARN RALPH FRANKLIN 
GARRARD LAMAR ELW1N 
GARRETT Amy SUZANNE 
GARRETT CHARLtNt 
GARRETT CLAUDIA GAI 



IOAHO FALLS 



GARRE 

GARRETT 

GARRETT 

GARRETT 

GARRE 

GARRE 



' LEE 



MICHAEL 

Patricia vee 
richaro james 

SHAUNA R 
WINDSOR KEITH 
GARRICK ROGER S 
GARRIDE ROGER 
GARRISON ROY DALE 
GARRISON JOHN MARTIN 
GARRISON NONTt HAKLEN 
GARSIDE JAYNE G 
GARVIN GROVER 
GARVEY MARJOR1E S 
GARRISON LAVERDA M 
GAJSAWAY WILLIAM S 
GASSMAN JAMES RICHAKO 
GATES DOROTHY t 
GATES JUDITH JOY 
GAT TEN OREN JAY 
GATTEN RICHARO «" 
GATHERCOAL GLORIA ANN 
GAUCHAY ANN M 
GAD ARDITH GALE 
GAY MOnDEN LEON 
GAY LARRY GLEN 
GAY SUNNETTE ANN 
GAY FARRAL DEE JR 
GAY MARVIN LEWIS 
GEAR ROBERT E 
GLARY JOHN LOUIS 
GbDDES EM1L JOHNSON 
GEDOES ROXENE 
GEE GERALDINE HOPE 
GEE KENNETH PAUL 
GEE KARTELL JOSEPH 
GEMRING GERALD K 
GEHRING BRENT D 
GEIGLE RONALD L 
GENIRY LELAND HOMER 
GEORGE CLAUDIA LtE 
GEORGE RAV S 
GEORGE HAYNE MARION 
GtRARO SUSAN BtLLE 
GERBER CAROL MAY 
GERMER COLLEEN 
GERNET ARLENE SUE 
GERLACH REGIME KAEIHE 
GERRARD CONSTANCE MAE 
GERTSCM DALE ALLEN 
GERISCH BONNIE J 
GESTSCH RENEE CARLENE 
GESSFOHD JACQUELINE M 
GtSSEL STEVE F 
GHAMATRASSA ESMAIl 
GHAZANFARI MtHUl 
GNARDA RALPH M 
GHEEN WILLIAM LLOYD 
GHAFFARI REZA 
GET IS LARRY DAVID 
GIAUOUt UAVIO HUGHES 
GI6B DAVID R 
GIBB MAX GtRALO 
G18B MARILYN 
GIBB JESSE LON 
GIBB VICTOR NOLAN 
GiBBENS RONALU IRWIN 
GIBBONS ARMI TTA V 
GIBBONS GEORGE EwwARD 
GIBBONS DONALD P 
GIBBONS LOU LORENE 
GIBBS MICHELE Ltt 
GIBSON AHLEA RAE 
GIBSON ALOINE MARIE 
GIBSON OELLA ANNE 
GIBSON JANICE 
GIBSON MARILYN 
GIBSON NANCY 
GIBSON WILLIAM JUNIOR 
G1DNEY JOHN EVANS 
GIERISCH MARIE 
GIFFORO JACK HUNTER 
GIFFQRO GERALD RAY 
GIFFORO CORA eONNE 
GIFFORO EVALEE 
GILBERT BONNIE LEE 
GILBERT ANN 
GILBERT OON JESSE 
GILBERT JACK FROST 
GILbflfTH ANN FRANCIS 
GILBERT RONAlO J 
GILBERT SUE E 
GlLBERISON 6EVERLY J 
GlLBREATH LANI 
GILCHRIST CHERYL L 
GILCHRIST NORMAN D 
GILCHRIST vtut 
GILCHRISI THOMAS E 
GILES OAJ.E S 
GILES EAHLENE 
GILES GARY DON 
GILES IVIN TREVOR 
GILES LINDA LEE 
GILES MARILYN 
GILES MARILYN 
GILES PETER BUTLER 
GILES NANCY 
GILES RICHARD PHILIP 
GILES RICHARO ALLEN 
GILES HILLIS BOYD 
GILES VERL LYNN 
GlLGCN READ GRANT 
GILHAN ROBERT CHARLES 
GILL JOHN D 
GILL THOMAS STEFFEN 
GILL LORA H 
GILL AJIT SINGH 
GlLBNEATH LOMNIE RUTH 
GILL MARGARET ELLEN 
GlLLAM SHIRLEY 
GILL DIANE VIRGINIA 
GlLBREATH LOMNIE RUTH 
GILLESPIE FRANK H 
GILLESPIE JANICE M 
GILLESPIE PETRtA ANN 
GILLESPIt STEPHEN B 
GILLESPIE ROBtRT 
GILLETTE AHLENE 
GILLIANS JIM 
GILLINS UORETIA MARlt 
GILL1LAND STEVE F 
GlLLILAND NANCY 
GlLLIL' 
GlLLMAN DON KENT 
GILTNER BARBARA E 
GlLMAN GARRY LYNNE 
GlLMAN ANNE L 
GIL SON JAMES N 
GINN MARY MARGARET 



SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


iii. 


366 


AFT OH 


■ YO 






IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 






PLACtRVILLE 


CAL 






CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 






FONIAMA 


CAL 


3*6 




OREM 


UTAH 


36b 




MIDVALE 


UTAH 


las. 


431 




UTAH 


1*9. 


366 


EL CENIRO 


CAL 


232 




CONEY 






las 






202. 


363 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


2S9, 


396 


SALT LAKE CTYOA 


UTAH 


2 36. 


366 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






LCHI 


UTAH 


366 




COLORADO SPG 


CULO 






AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


S») 


366 






2S7. 




NOR'HRIDGE 


CAL 


232. 


431 


SAM JOSE 2B 


CAL 










302. 


303 


PAYSON 


UTAH 


laot 


22* 


COLORADO SP 


CULO 






EL centro 


CAL 


266. 




GIlROY 


CAL 


*1* 




MARINA 


CAL 






PROVO 








NEWPORT BEACH 


CAL 


*J1 




HENDERSON 


NEV 






SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 






SAlI LAKE CTY 




616 




TRAIL B C 


CAN 






SALT LAKE 


UTAH 






SUGAR CITY 


IDA 






SUGAR CITY 










UTAH 






AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


366 




TUALATIN 


ORE 


2 32 




SEATTLE 








PHOVU 


UTAH 


202 




NtPHI 


UTAH 






LA CANAUA 


CAL 


263* 


391 


NEPHI 


UTAH 






J*Ll LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






HELLSVlLLE 


UTAH 


451 




INGLE WOOD 


LAL 


26S 




BURLINGTON 


IOWA 










266 












PHOVU 


UTAH 






S GREAT FALLS 


HON I 


289 




LONGV1EW 


WASH 


366 




NAMPA 


IDA 


126 




SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 


397 




POCATELLO 


IDA 






SEATTLE 08 


WASH 


366 




PROVO 


01 Ah 


631 




SCOTIA 


CAL 






SCOHA 


CAL 


616 




GLENDORA 




397 




ANCHORAGE 


ALAS 






YUCCA VALLEY 


CAL 






PAYSON 


UTAH 






JOSEPH 


01 AH 






HUNTINGTON PL 


CAL 




366 


JOSEPH 


UTAH 


168 




SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 








UTAH 






BRENTWOOD 


CAL 


169 
2*3 




OAKLAND 


CAL 






CORNING 


N Y 


346 




LANDER 


■ YO 






IACOMA 


WASH 






TACOMA 66 


WASH 






SALl LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






YUBA CITY 


CAL 








UTAH 


431 




BfcNNlNGION 


IDA 


27B 


366 


BELLlNGHAM 




616 




PROVO 


UTAH 






DEWEYV1LLE 


UlAH 


234. 


397 


FULLERION 


CAL 


177 


261 


EVANSION 


■ YO 


260. 


262 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 






MIDWAY 


UlAH 


397 




SALI LAKE CTY06 


UTAH 


230 


431 


PROVO 


UTAH 






WALLA WALLA 


■ ASH 


265 


366 


TEHRAN 


1MAN 


19S 




BERKELEY 


CAL 

I KAN 


631 

366 




PROVO 


UTAH 






MONROVIA 


CAL 






WALLA WALLA 


WASH 






RAYMOND ALIA 


CAN 


206 




■'. VANCOUVER 


B C 






RAYMOND ALIA 


CAN 






MOSES LAKt 


UTAH 






HOLUROOK 


AKU 


366 




PROVO 




616 




LEHl 




397 




PROVO 








CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 







CANOUA !■■■ 
SALT LAKE C 
OREM 

alhambha 
phoenix 
provo 

grand junct 



IANGE 



BLAO 



: Q0T 



COLUHBIA FALL 

SAN CARLOS 

BANCROFT 

BANCROFT 

DUCHESNE 

ALAHAHBRA 

TORRANCE 

ROCHESTER 

KEARNS 

CALGARY alia 
OUINCY GRANT 
RAYMOND ALIA 
KAIONAH 

PLEASANT GR 

PROVO 

HEBER 
E MCGILL 
KIMBALL SALT LAKE CTY 



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SAN FRANCISCO 

LAKEWOOD 

■HITT1ER 

ANAOARKO 

CARLIN 

SHELLEY 

ALHAMBRA 

BROWNING 

SPR I Ni 

■ EST ALUS 

RICHMOND 

PROVO 

LAMES A 

SALT LAKE CI 

SUNLAND 

LOS ANGELES 

LAMESA 



SPRINGFIELD 
OREM 

LITTLETON 
LAS CRUCES 



166. 27B> 166 



GISH MCLVIN PAUL 
GIVlOCN BERT 

glad sue ellen 
glass louis eugene 
glass vera c 
glancy leon stuart 
glauser ann 
glazier Eleanor e 
gla2ier constance v 
glazier lynda j 
gleason jimmy earl 

GLEAVE NElBA TAYLOR 
GLEAVE WINSTON TAYLOR 
GLEOHILL BRENI LAMARR 
GLEOKjLL BETTE t 
GLEMAKER MALCOLM S 
GLENN MERLA J 
GLENN JULIE 
GLENN LOWELL MARSHALL 
GLINES FREDERICK ■ 
GLINES JERED PETER 
GNEITING NULAN 
GLOVER MARCIA 
GOATES ALICE ANITA 
GOATES COMMA 
GOATES DONMA 
GOATES NORMA 
GOCKERIT2 PAULA RAE 
GOOBOLO ROBERT DAVID 
GODOARD DAVID CORHIN 
GWOOARD JUDITH LOUISE 
GODWIN DOUGLAS CRAIG 
GODFREY LOR IN CARD 
GODWIN KENNETH B 
GOOFRET KILLARD H JR 
GODNICK DAflLENE ELLEN 
GOE DONNA JOYCE 
GQERIHGEfl RObER ALLEN 
GOECKERUZ GERHARD! R 
GOFF BEATRICE M 
GOFF JULIA DARLENE 
GOFF LOLA 

GOFF OELFORD ERWIN 
GOFF RALPH Em£RY 
GOLD CHERRY SUE 
GOLD CAROL ANN 
GOLD MILlON DALE 
GOLDEN MERVlN DENNIS 
GOLDEN NICHAEL J 
GOLOIE WALLACE ELROY 
G0LD1NG MARVIN C 
GOIORICK CATHERINE E 
GOMEZ ELVIA ENHIOUETA 
GOMEZ RUDOLPH LOUIS 
GUM1S LINDA 
GONZALES ALFRED K 
GONZALEZ ALICE 
GONYER GLORIA ANN 
GONZALES FRANK ROBERT 
GONZALES HEL10 
GOOD PATSY 
GOO GERALYN SAO HEE 
GOODENOW NANCY ANN 
GOODFELLOU JOHN ALDEH 

goootellow deanne a 
goodman beverly ann 
goodman linda h 
goodman william handy 
goodman robert jr 
goodman Elaine 
goodman sanora d 
goodman suzanne lee 
goooman Elaine 
goodrich leland bruce 
goodrich patricia 

GOODRICH DREh LEONARD 

goodrich michael d 
goodrich roger evans 
goodrioge john h 
gooosell steven a 
goodsell susan mary 
goodsell virginia p 
goooson raymond lynn 
goooson virginia h 
goodmin david allen 
goodwill roger h 
goodwin irvin dean 
gooowin mary Ellen 
goodwin richaro d 
goodwin marilyn 
goodwin reese j 
gooowin robert allen 
guold 0av10 george 
gordon don g 
gordon david kent 
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HICKS EDaARD HENRT 
NICKS JOHN WALLACE 
HlDLET BlLLIAM PAUL 
HICKS SHARON CAROL 
HlCKS SIEVEN MALTER 
HlCCS SANDRA LONRA1NE 
hIGBEE JDAN 
hIGBEE GLEN A 

hIGBEE Sharon l 

hIGBEE alLLIAM B 
HIGBEE ROSE ANNE 
M1G61M 
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HlOGINS ROT 
HIG4.INS TlMOTHT R 
HIGGINS SANDRA V 
HlbGINSCN ALZ1NA H 
HIGGINSON DOROTHT N 
MlGGJNSON DIANNE 
HIGGINSON VICCI J 
HIGGINSON JERRT C 
HIGGINSON JERRI C 
H1GHAN LINDA 
HlGLET HARVET BRUCE 



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HlLDENBRANU NANLT E 
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hIll CAROLTN KETSOR 
HlLL CARULTN VIRGINIA 
HlLL DONALD GENE 
HlLL DONALD GIFFQRO 
HlLL DONAuC BRUCE 
HILL DOROTht ANN 
HlLL DORIS MARIE 
HlLL EARL KlRC 
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HILL EVELTN FATE 
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MILL HOWARD LTDELL 

hIll hGbArD LTDELL 

HlLL JACK EDWIN 

HlLL JANE I A 

HlLL JANES RICHARD 

HlLL JANES CHARLES 

HlLL JUDITH K 

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Sf Albans 

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HILL MARGARET LYNN 
HlLL NANCT CAROLYN 
HlLL NORMA EAT 
HlLL PATRICIA 
HlLL SHERRY L 
HlLL SHELDON DEAN 
HlLL SANDRA J 
HlLL ROBt»T CORNELIUS 
HILL STERLING CORNABT 
HlLL ROSEMARY 
HlLL SARA KATHLEEN 
HlLLAM GAY 

HlLLARD UIANE LOUISE 
HlLLAM RICHARD JON 
HlLLER DORETTA 
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HILLS FREDER1CE L 
HlLLS IhOMAS F 
HlLLS WILLIAM GORDON 
HIl'bRANU RUTH 
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HlLlON ROBERT BRENT 
HILTON PATSY CAROLE 
HlLlON STEPHEN hOm£R 
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HINCCLEY CAROLL MAficE 
HlNCCLEY ElSYNE 
hInCclET h GENE 
HINDMARSH DOUGLAS P 
HINDS ROBERT BARREN 
HlMUMARSH MART ANNE 
HIND CAROL 
HlNDMARCH DOUG 
HlNESON JOT ANN 
HlNSON SANDRA EAYE 



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BURBANK 
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HOUSTON 

CAMARlLLO 

EMMETT 

ALANOGORDO 
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PROVO 

PATSON 

PATSON 

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PATSON 

MAlAD CITY 

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PROVO 

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UNION GA)L JOHN 

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PaELL ■ILLtAM H 
PwELL DARLENE J 
PwELL WILLIAM H 
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RATSUCA WESLEY S 
RSCHHORn MATTHEW L 
AST TIM WARREN 
RSI STEVEN NIELSEN 
RST DAVID EENNEOT 
RILE JUDITH ESTHER 
URTuE JAMES ALLEN 
lUCHCOCK NELDA PEARL 
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■ SON JAMES EDBARD 
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HOBAUGM ANITA MARIE 
hO ShAO Chung JOhNNT 

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hUCOUART FRANC01SE S 
HODGE L'NN G 
HODGE EAlHRYN ANN 
HODGE STANLET MILLER 
HODGE INS EARL - ■ . . 
HODGSON BEVERLY J 
HUDGSON CAROL F 
HUDSON ELIZABETH ANNE 
HUEN LINDA LEE 
hOEh NADINE 
HUERR CLARA MARGARET 



EL CENIRO 
OREGON CITY 

HURRICANE 
PROVO 

GRAND VI EM 
SALT LACE CI 
TABtR ALIA 
SACRAMENIO 



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OREM 

OREM 

INGLEMOOO 

GLENDALE 

GLENDALE 

MARYVILLE 



IDA 22b. 391. 394 



IDA 19». 369 



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HOFFMANN ALBERT ■ 
HUFFMAN MART J 
HOfFNAN MYRL A 
HOfFMAN NAN SMITH 
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HOGAN LAUREL LARUE 
HUGAN LAUREL LARUE 






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HOLCOMB MERlLEE 
hOlCOMB HERR1LYN J 
hOlDAbAt BOYD f 
HOLDAaAY DENNIS LEO 
HOLDABAT DONALD HUGH 



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UTAH 


111 


VALLEJO 


CAL 




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201 

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FRAN 




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347 


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349 


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224 


LONDON 


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CAL 


2*1 


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CAL 


in 


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UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 




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CAL 


234 


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UTAH 




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UTAH 




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IDA 




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UTAH 


2SO 


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CAL 




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CAL 


1*6 




UTAH 


Iftl 


CLARKSBURG 


CAL 




LOS AMGELE? *9 


CAL 




CLARKSBURG 


CAL 


434 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




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CAL 




THAYNE 


■TO 




PROVO 


UTAH 




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GERM 




BATTLE GROUND 


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IDA 


369 


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IDA 




SACRAMENTO 


CAL 




LIMA 


MONT 


173 


LEHl 


UTAH 


112 


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CAL 


39B 


BAIERFORD 


CAL 




SOuThbICk 




434 




LA 




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242 



hOlDAbAT JOHN KARTELL 


PASORAMA CUT 


CAL 




HOLDABAY PnlLLlP KENT 


PROVO 






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122. 


hDlOSbDRTh GRANT J 


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369 


HULLADAY JOHN CLIFTON 


ROCKY RIVER 16 


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277 


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LARK 






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NEV 


149, 


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POCAIELLO 


IDA 


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CAL 


187 


hOllingshead EDITh J 


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NEV 




hOlLINGSMORTH TOM 


FLAGSTAFF 


ARIZ 


169 


hGllINGbORTh BRENT E 


DENVER 


COLO 




HULGUIN DORIS LUCILLE 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


39B 


HOLLISTER SUSAN L 


CORVALLIS 


ORE 




MOLLIS ALMT 


FILLMORE 


UTAH 




HOLBROOK RICHARD L 


PROVO 


UTAH 




HOLMAN MARIAN 








hOlMAN MICHELLE 


POCATELLO 


IUA 




HOLMAN ROBERT ANTmONt 








hulMAN ROBERT E 




UTAH 


394 


HOLMES HELEN PATRICIA 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


•IS 


HOLMES JANET A 


LAFAlETTE 


CmL 


III 


HOLMES JUDY ANN 


Hl&H POINT 


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HOLMES MARY B 


HIGH POINT 


■» c 


39B 


HOLMES PAMELA M 








HOLMES RONALD E 


SAN DIEGO 06 


CAL 


273 


HOLMES ShARCH CAY 


LUNG BEACH 


LAL 




HOLMES bAlTER ■ JR 


PHOENIX lb 




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HOLMES VIVIAN JUNE 


ALBION 


IDA 




HOLMGREN JANET 


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IDA 


369 


holt Elvis j 


ENTERPRISE 


UTAH 




h0L' IVAN CARL 


OAKLEY 


IDA 


• 3* 


hOlT GEORGE HlLSON 


SPANISH FORK 


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HOLT JANE 


QACLEY 


IDA 




hOlT lORAlEE 


REOMOOD CIY 


CAL 




HOLT MERENE 


CAMAS 


UTAH 




HDL I SHARON 






224 


HOlIRT LINDA SULLIVAN 


ACT 


UTAH 




hOLTON DDnALD carl 


LANCASTER 


CAL 




hOLIY carol l 


PASAOENA 03 


CAL 


263 


HOLVICK BARBARA 






234 


HGL2ER HERBERT CARL 


SiLT LACE CTV 


UIAH 




HOMER NANCY RUTH 


CARMICHAEL 


CAL 


238 


HONARPhAh davoud 






19ft 


HONE ALTON LEROT 


pleasant GR 


UTAH 


.-18 


HONE EARL LTNN 


OGOEN 


UTAH 




HONE GEORGE LEE 


SPRlNGvlLLE 




16ft 


HUNE NEIL DEE 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




hOnEYCUU JIMMT l£0 


HENDERSONVlLL 


N C 




HONEyCuII PATRICIA 


HENULRSONVILL 


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DAI ado SEOUL 


KUR 


398 


HUOD EDBARD C 




UTAH 




HOOD JUANJH C 


PITISeuRlj 


lAL 


242 


HUOKS DEANNA 


OREM 


UTAH 




HOOPER GERALO RAT 


S SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


2*1 


HOOPER SUSAN 


SALT LAKE CTT 




1 lb 


HOOPER KAREN N 






2A1 


HOOPES Chad LEROY 


OREM 


UTAH 




HOOPES JUDUh LUCILLE 


CHANDLER 


AMIZ 




HOOPES LOUISE LUCIlE 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


369 


hOOPS KAIhHYN 


EDGtNL 


ORE 


i6V 


HOOVER MELVIN PAUL 




UTAH 




HOOVER WESLEY BLISS 


SPRINGVILLE 




1*1 


HOOVER RICHARD ROY 


PROVO 


uIAh 


197 


hOPkIN TANA CHERIE 


PALO ALIO 


CAL 


239 


huPkINS oRuCE U 


LAKEVlEW 


0373 


398 


HOPKINS DELNA LEE 


BLACFOOT 


IDA 


251 


HOPKINS JEANNE MARY 


SOOUE L 


LAL 


252 


HOPEINS LANHT DEAN 


lathrop 


CAL 




HOPKINS MART ANN 








HOPKINS NEPH1 


SODA SPRINGS 




2ft. 


hOPkINSON ALLAN GART 


SALT LACE CIY 


UTAH 


197 


HOPPER DAVID bENdElL 


SHAKER HE1GHI20 


OHIO 




HUPPINS RATMOHD H 


JOLlET 


ILL 


• IS 


HOPPE CLARt LOUISE 


CORVALLIS 


HUNT 


248 


HOPPER JOHN DOUGLAS 




UTAH 


• 3*. 


HURN ELLEN CAY 


KLAMATH FALLS 


ONE 


Ml 


HURIuCnl ANNEIIk -.--■ 


OREM 


UTAH 




hOrlacmeR Floyd kEnt 


OREM 


UTAH 


• J* 


hORLACHER LLOYD SMITH 








hORMAN APRIL BIROEEN 


SALT LACE CTT 






hORNE JOHN alLLIAM 


MESA 


ARIZ 


369 


HORNE JUDITH LTNNE 


FALLS ChdRCh 




238 


HORNE JDDItH LYNNE 


FALLS ChuRCh 






HORNING ROBERT EARL 


RENO 


NEV 




HORNOR MARION FRANCIS 


FONTANA 


CAL 




HORNING alLLIAM HENRI 


Albany 


ORE 




HORROCKS IERRI LE 


PORTLAND 


OWE 


248 


HORROCKS MARVA MAE 


ARCADIA 




• 3* 


HORROCKS DONALD VERL 


BlACkFOOT 


IDA 


16* 


HORROCKS OEAN H 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


369 


HORSLEf ROGER KENT 


AMERICAN FALL 


104 


1*6 


hDRSLEY RICHARD OROBN 


OGDEN 






hORSIMEIER HEIN2 L 


PROVO 


UTAH 


163 


H0RT0N jAHtS ALAN 


OREM 


UTAH 




HORtON JU ANN 


RICHLAND 


■ ASH 


130 


HORTON SUZANNE 


BLACcFOOT 


IDA 





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HUATOM ROBERT 

HUSKiNS Phillip c 

MUSC IN WELLS LAMAR 
HOULIHAN KATHALLtN 
hOuOlETIE CATMEHIN 
HOUGHTON ROBERT B 
HOUCK LINDA MAE 



UTAH 181. 310 
■ASH 255. 369 



466 



MOUSE SANDRA AMN 
HOUSE LYNDA MAE 
HOUSKEEPER ROGER A 
MUOSSIAN PAMELA N 
HUuSSIAN HILLIAM C 
HUUSSIAN MONtY ASS1N 
HOUSTON LORRAINE 
nouIZ mElpha 
huvER «in L ri 
MUVlK BARBARA ANN 
HOWARD BLAINE NOAH 
hObARO BONNY 5 
HOWARD GLORIA RUSSELL 
HOWARD GLEN LEON 

HOWARD UWlIn M 
HOWARO LINDA kal 
hObARD LEE £ 
HDbARd ROBERT REESE 
HOWARD OUILUEN OOH 
HOWARD ROOtR ELLIS 
HUwARTH GARY N 
HOWARTh GRANT C 
HOWARD VERONICA ANN 
hOwARIh JOHN aENDEL 
HOME VIRGIL • 
HOwELL oi'ii R 
HOW ELL 6WVN M 
HOwELL fiULANO BLAINt 

hOwEll shirllt Alice 

HOWELL ORMOMD EuGtNE 

hovEll sandRa jean 

HUBtLL RENAE 

HOwELL SUSAN 

HOwtLL ORMUNO EuGtNt 

HOwELL SHIRLEY ALICE 

HOHELL BONNIE JEAN 

HUVELLS CHAO BURDETT 

MOVES WILLIAM K JR 

HOWLAMD OOREEN LEI 

HOWLEIT ROBERt 

HOYRUP MOMS L 

HOYAL CARL L 

HUYAL JAMES CHRISTIAN 

hOyI shirltn 

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HSU JAMES SMIE 
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HUANG 6E0RGIANA L « 
HUBBARD CMERtL 
HUBBARD CAROL 
HUBBARD tRIC R 
HUBBARD Jun 
HUBBARO MAR GENt 
HUBBELL VIOLA LEE 
HUBER ChERRTL JOYCE 
HUBER LYNN ii'i'Kj 
HUBER CLARE A 
HUBER CAROL 
HUOOLESIUNE RALPh E 
HUDSON SIEVEN ROOhE' 
HUDSON BRUCE J D 
HUDSON SHARON SUE 
HUFF BLAINE EDWIN 
HOFF DUANE JAMES 
HUFF EOMARU CURtlS 
MUFF JOAN A 
MUFF JUD1IH ANN 
MUFF KENNETH WILLIAM 
MUFF KAlHLttH 
HUFF LEANME 
MUFK PATRICIA KELLY 
HUFFAKER HAL SHERMAN 
HUFFAKER KATLtNt V 
MUFFAKER JOYCE 
HUFFAKER NORMAN RAY 
HUFFMAN BEVERLEY JUNE 
HUFFMAN RAYMOND t 

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hugmes Beverly Ellen 
hughes bronbyn g 
hughes oonalo louis 

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HUGHES FRANCES 
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HUGHES JAMES BILTRON 
HUGHES MARC RONALD 
HUGHES SHARON ANN 
HUGHES TONYA ANN 
HUMlALA alLLIAM JOHN 
MU1SH DENNIS COPEN 
HULL ONALU MARVIN 
HULL OAVIO MARTIN 
HULL OAlE ERNEST 
HULL JUDI tH 
MULL alLLIAM LEHOY JR 
HULLINGER UAN JAY 
HULLINGER HAL. PEHROO 
HULLINGER FLOYU E 
HULLINGER JOAN A 
HULl ARMULU FRANCIS 
HULSMOFF DtAFIMt A 
HUMPHREY SANDRA P 
HUMBLE LINUA ANN 
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HUNl JON LESLIE 

HUNT KAREN RUTH 

HUNT KAREN SUE 

HUNT MARIE 

HUNl SUSAN 

HUNT ROCHELLi 

HUNl RUSSI 



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HUNTER ALISON 

HUNTER BE ITT LOU 

HUNTER DAV10 EARL 

HUNTER CHERYL 

HONUR OELlLAH MAR 

HUNTER CHERYL 

HUNIER DORAN 
EDWARD 



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brook ings 




259i 


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CAL 


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AL'ADENA 


CAl 


191 




Ml OVALE 


UTAH 






OREM 


UTAH 


Ail 




SAnIA ANA 


CAL 


3*9 




BOISE 




169 




MURRAY 7 


UTAH 


266 




REDONOO BEACH 


CAL 


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UTAH 


2 09. 


369 


IDAHO FALLS 








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396 




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217 


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SALT LAKE CIY 


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MODESTO 


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190 • 


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369 




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369 




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369 


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369 




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JENSEN JOHN 6 
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BLANOlNG 
REiBURG 
COLUMBIA FALL 
hAGAATh alia 

pleasant gr 
chilchinbeto 
los angeles 

phoenix 
la ie oahu 

caldvell 
citrus hgts 
las vegas 
citrus height 

vERONA 

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NCSA 

SAL I LAKE CTT 

SALT LAKE CTT 



AS. 210. 371 



270. 111. 171 



221. 191. 199 



AHEBICAN FORK 


UTAH 


LOS ALAMOS 




MIOVALE 




SALlNA 


uTAh 


KATSVILLE 








MANHATTAN BCH 


CAL 


MOSES LAKE 


■ ASH 


LONE PINE 


CAL 


LONE PINE 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


HELSINKI 




LANCASTER 


CAL 


VANCOUVER 


aASH 


SAN OIEGG 


CAL 


■El SEA 


IOA 


SIVEBSIDE 


CAL 


COALVILLE 


UTAH 


01 (CM 


CAL 


TACOMA 


■ ASH 


pleasant ga 




RIVERSIDE 


CAL 


CHIN 


-ti 


01 ION 


CAL 




UTAH 


FAEDONIA 


AKI2 



211. A1A 



ilb. 27A> 1V9 



AH 279. 171 



01 OHIO 199 



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■ASH 149. A IB 
UtAH 2*1 
UTAH AIA 



All 122. 2*1. 171 



CAL 

UTAH 117. 220. All 

UTAH Alb 

IDA 229. A1A 

BON! 

CAN All 

UTAH 

ARI2 171 

CAL 277 

ARU 2A0. 171 



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CAL 202 

N J 2*9. 171 



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kendall james david 

KLNH2ER KENNETH l 

kErison panela jolEnC 
kenorick l01e sibtl 
kenlet ltnn garoen 

KtNISON AlaN B 

kEnnaad Carol tm 
kEnnard marc I a 

KENNAAD LTNN 
KtNNAAO MARCIA 

kenncdt Glenn alan 
kenncdt john hatnond 
kenncdt karen su2aatne 

tENNCOT KAREN LEE 

kEnncot Patricia l 
KENNEOT bENOI sue 
KENNEllT JOSEPH P 
KENNER BRUCE e£LL 

KENNCR HART HA2EL 
KENT CONNIE LTNN 
KtNT STDN£r ■AuGHAN 
KENBORTHT XANNA LTNN 
KtRT DAVID LEROT 
KENT SHARON MARIE 
KENT CHRISTINE E 
KENTON ROBERT PAUL 
KENT MART ELI2ABETH 

kERbE' jamEs n it 

KERBS JOANNE 
KEGSET JAMES M II 
KERN DONNA LOU 
KtAR ELvA BAILET 
KERSHAB JlCITh mart 
KESSINGER MELVIN EARl 
KES'EB LOUISE MARIE 
KESNEA ■IllIam DALE 
KLbISh ChuCk 
KCTtLET RICHARD -;». 
KEtES JOHN HlLLlAM JA 
KETBOATH SARAH JO 
KHADJENASSIRT ALl 
KIDMAN GART LAVERE 
'■:■-■ ILEME K 
KlEFFER PATRICIA ANN 
K1EN2LE BONAlD LtROT 
KlLLAM DOUGLAS CtClL 
KlLDAT RICHARD J 
K1LLIP SALLlt ANN 
KlLLIP COLBETH 
KlLLPACK LTNN HlLLABO 
KlLVlNGION RulH NARIE 
KlLSTROM BRIAN DEE 
KlLLPACK RONALD E 

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KlM T£ BON 
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KIMBALL CROEIER R JA 
KINbALL DENNIS CLTOE 
KlMbALL DalE ALBERT 

kimball wavio kat 
kInball Yielding king 
kimball gordon r 

KlMBALL LARAVNt 

KlNBALL LINOA ANN 

KiNBALL LARAT ROBERT 

KlNBALL LEE MARTIN 

KiNBALL PATRICIA 

kInball Pamela 

KlNBER KAREN E 
KINBER GEORGIA Ann 
KIPJCL JANES ROBLRT 
KIN2E' BRUCE ■HIILOCK 
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KlM 



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kInChlCE JR RALPH TED 
KINATEOEA JOSEPH 
KINCAIO ROGER LEE 
kInGOON RICHARD JOHN 
KlNOAED CAROL LTNN 
KING ALMA PAUL 
KING CARL LARAT 
KING CONSTANCE IRENE 
KING GATLEE LUEEN 
KING KAREN KAT 
KING KAREN VERA 
KING JANETH 
KING KAT FRANCIS 
KING LESLIE REED JA 
KING LAART R 
KING KARlLTN 
KING NOREK RCNtE 
KING RICHARD 
KING ShAAON 
KING TED STEBAAT 
KINGOON JOCELTN 
KING alLLIAM DEAN 
KLINGMAN PATRICIA ANN 
KINGHOAN KEITH 
KLINGMAN PATBICIA ARM 
KlNKEAOE STELLA JOANN 
KlNGAT JEFFBET GEORGE 
KINGSOLVER DONAlD E 
KlNlLt RON 
K1ABT GATLt EMILE 
KlRBT DIANE 
KIRCMNAR CAROL LTBPi 
KlRBT SOBER r EDaARD 
KIRK [MOGENE LUCILLE 
KIRK GENE CONRAD 
KIRK JAMES .■:. 
KlBK JANES EARL 
KlRKHKH BRUCE HOOGE 
KlBKHAH JAMES LOTT 
KIRKLANO BuFaiE 
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KlRKLANS hEBER 
KIBKMAN ELOISE DECK 
KlBKPATBKE LEONARD G 
KlRKMAN oONSTANCE 
KlRKMAN SALLT ANN 
KlBKPATRlCK .■.-..■:... B 
KlSER ANAOEANE I 
KiSlLER bat hEBbEBT 

KITCHEN UARRELL R 
KITCHEN FRED RATNONO 
KITCHEN CAROL FERN 
KltOCN MARGARET ANN 
K1TRAS 2ISSIS C 
KlUlNGER LTNN DAVIS 
KJEBGARO JAMES LEE 
KJAR DAVID LOUIS 
KLEIN BARBARK HART 
ALAND GEORGE EONARD 
KLANO SONJA LEONARD 
KLAUSNE1ER RICHARD 
KLAUSME1ER KAT LOUISE 
KLEIN JOSEPH F 
KLEIN SIGRIO MARIA 
KLE1NMAN DIKIE LEE 
KLEvEN DAvIO KEITH 



SAN JOSE 


CAL 






ha GERMAN 


IDA 


Stf 




SCOTTSOALE 


AR12 






HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


m 




■ENDOVER 


UTAH 


*i* 




PATSOM 


UTAH 






FRANALlN LAKE 


N J 


212 




FRANKLIN LAKE 


N J 


192, 

Ml 


172 


FRANALlN LAKE 


N J 






OLTNPIA 


■ ASM 






PASADENA 


CAL 


2*1. 


*M 


SANTA NOMICA 


CAL 






STAMfOAD 


CONN 


211 




NOATMFICLD 


ILL 






SAN DIEGO 


CAL 






IORRINGTON 


■ TO 


*1* 




JEROME 


IDA 


IA3. 


27* 


BERKElEt 09 


CAL 


*S2 




LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


3*9 




SPRING VALLtT 


CAL 


Hi. 


2*1. BOO 


SANTA ROSA 


CAL 


JT2 




BOISE 


IDA 


i>2 




nantcca 


CAL 


22*. 


• M 


CEDAAhuAST 




2S7 




LORAIN 


OHIO 


»3* 






IOA 


21*. 


•00 


NENLD PARK 


CAL 


si; 




Rupert 


IOA 






HENLO PARK 


CAL 






BEDFORD 


INC 


*oo 




PRES10N 


IDA 


• so 






CAL 






hEtbuAN 


IDA 






SANlAOUlN 


UTAH 






POMONA 


CAL 


ZH 




AUTKMA 




172 




TORRANCE 


CAL 


■Si 




ONTARIO 


CAL 


■M 




TEHERAN 


IRAN 






SAL' LACE CTT 


UTAH 






PAOVO 


UTAH 






Globe 


AHI2 






TalN FALLS 


IDA 


iia 




MlLFORO 


UTAH 






RIVERSIDE 


CAL 






ARvADA 


COLO 






PITTSFOAD 








PROVO 


UTAH 






SALT LAKE CIVO* 


UTAH 


2*1 




SEATTLE OA 


■ ASh 


20» 




EUGENE 


ORE 






TANG CHON MVU 


KOBE 






SEOUL 


SOA 






SEOUL 


KOA 


• 12 




SEOUL 


KOAE 






SEOUL 


KOAE 






PAOVO 


UTAH 






UPLAND 


CAL 






DRAPER 


UtAH 






RICh#1£l0 


UTAH 






El CENTRO 


CAL 


fb* 




DRAPER 


UTAH 


120. 


372 


■ESI COvlNA 


CAL 


*^0 




PBOVO 








PROVO 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 






hClEAN 


VA 


lilt 


247. BIN 


MCLEAN 


VA 


3T2 




lEThbrdg alia 


CAN 






CASA GRANDE 


AAI2 






SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


270. 


2B9 


■ OALANO 


■ TO 






SACAAMCNTO 21 


CAL 






COSIAMESA 


CAL 






PROVO 








KINGMAN 


ARIZ 


IS' 


212 


UPLANO 


CAL 






EL CERA 1 to 


CAL 






OREN 


UTAH 


197 




Bur bank 


CAL 


»!• 




FRESNO OA 


CAL 






LAS VEGAS 


NtV 






ROCK SPRINGS 


■ TO 


aa 


172 


RICHMONO 




229 


572 


OGOEN 


UlAM 






PROVO 


UIAM 






PRCVO 


UlAM 






PAOVO 


UTAM 


3** 




PROVO 


UlAM 






RIVERTON 


UlAM 


is* 

221 


• 1* 


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CAL 


2S* 


• 3* 


RATNONO ALIA 


CAN 






EL CERRIIO 


CAL 


112 




NOORE 


IOA 






LOS ANGELES ** 


CAL 


2TC 




LOS ANGELES ** 


CAL 






ELLENSBuRG 


■ ASM 






ARCADIA 


CAL 


2 SO 




B£LLFL0>HR 


CAL 


270 




CHENANGO FORK 








SALl LAKE CI TOA 


UTAH 






ARVAOA 


COLO 


3 '2 




OETBOIT 19 


NICH 






BATNORE 


NO 


372 




KANSAS CUT 


NO 






EAST ELT 


NEV 






PROVO 


UTAH 






■AShInGTOn 1* 


C 


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20* 


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IDA 


1*9 


199 


CARET 


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SALt LAKE CITIB 


UtAH 


BOB. 




OREN 


UTAH 






POMONA 


CAL 






NAMPA 


IDA 


1*1 




OREN 








AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


210 


372 


ChULA VISIA 


CAL 


;** 




SAN DIEGO 09 


CAL 






OR£N 


UTAH 


*J* 




SALT LAKE CIT 


UtAH 


2«« 





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KLUNGEAvIC GORM vEGAA 
KLOSIERmEIEB KARL H 

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knapp 6ernard elder 
knapp klaus 
knecht richard allan 
knight anna lenora 
knight gloria 
knight glade nac 
knight cart noel 

KNIGHT LULU BELLE a 
KNIGHT NOEL DAVIS 
KNIGHT REBEL BRTCE 

KNIGHT NONA JEAN 
KNIGHT RONALD ALLEN 
KNIt**T RICHARD CARL 
KNIGHTON BONALD LEVIS 
KNOBLAUCH PAjl ALBERT 

knoght nORA 
KNOmlTUN PATRICIA 
KNuOSON HOMER E 

knuosen jotce ann 
kmuosEn jatne Ellen 
knuosen karen 



PROVO 


UTAH 


^•). 


191 


n£nlO PARK 


CAL 

UTAH 






PICO RIVERA 


CAL 


.2) 




PBOVO 


UtAH 


232 
2 32 




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NO 






KIRKVOOO 22 


MO 






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CAL 


IMt 


172 


KIEL 


GERM 


•12 




OREM 


UlAH 






SAlI LAKE CIT 








SALT LAKE CIT 


UTAH 


IMi 


1«9. *JB 


lAS VEGAS 


NEV 


•00 

252 




t«|N FALLS 


IDA 


tftll 


111. 372 


SALt LAKE CIV 


UtAH 


172 




■ESTERFELD ha 


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*>* 




■ 3ERL1N LEE 


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LAGRANOE 


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172 


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MANASSA 


COLO 






MESA 


ARU 






SALT LAKE CIT 


UTAH 






SEATTLE 99 




197. 


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PROVO 


UtAH 






AHEMICAN FORK 


UtAH 


•00 




OESERET 


UTAH 






N LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


372 




PROVO 


UIAH 







SALT LAKE CTT 



NAPA 


CAL 


<19 


ARLINGTON 7 


VA 


2*1 


COUNCIL BLUFF 


ioba 




COJNClL BLDFF 


IONA 


172 


PROVO 


UTAH 


EM 



468 



KMUOSCM KRISIINE 
KNUDSEN RONALD OOUGlA 

knudsen philuip e 

""-'L-'AN ION* CLAIR 
KNUOSON 'Jt«*ll VAUGHN 

>j™a march, u lhh 

KOChCRhANS GILBEmI J 

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KOCHEVAR JAMES LOUIS 
KOENIG m*bjooh dOON 
COFFORD ;hiuh« R 
COFFORD PEGGY ANN 
COFFORD i««u*A B 
COFORD CAREN 
COFOEO MARIANNE 
KOHLER KENNETH OLSEN 
COMLER ELNA PAl 
n"lEH EDNA MARIE 
COMUI NICHAEL ROBtRI 
KOHLER BlLHA 
KOHLER NORMAN 
KOhLCR NOLA 
KOHLER HlLNA 
KOLAHDCR CHARLA ANN 
k0LNAN FRANC GARY 

KOisiC larry uton&t 

CONOR IS BTATt J'Hfi 

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korb lavlna margaret 
koriu alvin Charles 
koralEbSki Barbara 5 

KURALEaSKI JOAN C 

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KOSIER RICHARD ill" 
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KNOITS HUGH OUANt 
KOtTER JANICE RAt 
KUTTEH MARY VtRMICE 
KUTAHALIAN MARIAN 
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KUBALL1S CAROL 
KOMALSKI KAtHIE A 

kOmallIS panala 

KOTLE BRENt HANSLN 
KOTLE BELLS FREEMAN 
KRAC2EK JOHN PAUL 
ARAMER StEVEM PAUL 
KHAUS STEPHANIE CAROL 
KRAUS PAUL RAT 
KREIIJER RulH DIANE 
KMESGC PHIL 
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KREM1N KAREN MARIE 
KRCY ANNE 

KREUER MAXINE GRACE 
KHIEGER LARRY DICK 
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KROFF ROBERT CLtGG 
CROUt OONNA MARIE 
KROUT DONNA NANIE 
KRUlS LINDA OARLENE 
KUCSIER UONALD PAUL 
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KUCMAR MARVIN CJKII1 
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KUCE* LINDA MARIE 
KUHNt GLORIA C 
KULL KAREN SUE 



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lot, 


UKIAH 




UTAH 


119 


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LOS ANGEI 


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CAL 




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K-AN CHEUNG MAN JOHN 
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HOMtLL 

HOWELL 

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MILWAUKEE 

SAND I 

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RICHLAND 

RICHMOND 

BINSLOH 

LOS ANGELES 

tUJUKGA 

PROVO 

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ROOSEVELT 

CANOGA PARK 

PROVO 

ALAMOSA 

ALAMOSA 

FONIANA 

TOOELE 

TAIPEI TAINAN 

HONOLULU 

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HONG KONG 
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HONG KONG 

KQWLOON H KONG 

MONG KONG 

VANCOUVER B COR 

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CAN 

MAW. 
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UTAH 110. 111 



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COLO 
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CAL 



1*T. 111. 172 



LACEY LINDA MAUREEN 


LOS ANGELES 14 


CAL 


1ST. 


ADO 


LABRUM RANDALL CRAIG 


ROOSEVELT 


UTAH 


loi 




LACY LEONARD RAT 


OVERLAND PC 


KAN 






LABRUM utvim.tr E 




IDA 






LACLY BARBARA 






|H 




L*ENOlE MANFRED G 






271 




LAFON BETTY JOAN 


NEK MARIlNSVl 


■ VA 


172 




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KOaLOON MONGK 


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LArER DORA ANN 


N PROVIDENCE 


N J 






L**E JANES RONALD 


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CAL 


17* 




LAKEH BRENT r 


'.... PROVIOENC 


N J 


270* 


172 


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271 




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NEW PHOVIOENC 


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LALLAIIN OAVIO M 


PCTALUMA 


CAL 






L*LLISS KEITH ROLAN 




IDA 


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LALLIS ACEL DEE 


Buhl 


IDA 


144. 


172 


l*m iai Tung 


KOWLUON 








LAM MING TSASG 


HONG KONG 


chin 






LAND KEITH GRANT 


SPANISH FORK 


UlAM 






LAMB lEGKANDE nohris 


CHANDLER 


ARW 






LAMB MYRNA EVA 




UTAH 


1*2* 


172 


<.-■-■ alLLIAM a 


PROVO 


UTAH 






LAMB SHlRLET 


SANTAUDIN 


UTAH 






LAMBERT CAROLANN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


141 




LAMBERT CAROL H*E 


SEATTLE IS 


■ ASH 


llli 


4 IB 


LAmoERT CAHIlLE 






t*l 




lanbert Eugene s 


SALT LAKE ClT 


UTAH 


11*. 


4M 


LAMBERT JOHN CARLTLE 


PROVO 




414 




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SALT LAKE CIT1T 


UlAM 


If. 


)4«. Ill 


L*MBOUHNL KlLLlAM JR 


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PRESCOTI 


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1T2 




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InOREAU 


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244 




LAMM SANUR* ELAINE 


GRANO JCT 


COLO 


14* 




LAMOREAU1 KEITH A 


PROVO 


UTAH 






LAMONT ANITA KAY 
LAMOttEAti* CAROLYN 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 






AMERICAN FONK 


UTAH 


172 




LAMSON MERLE EOtfIN 


TAKIMA 


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lance janice Elvira 




UTAH 


Itl 




LANCASTER DONALD RAY 


COLUMJIUS 1> 


OHIO 


i 12 




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124. 


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SALT LAKE ClT 


UTAH 


2)1. 


172 


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ALCIANOR1A 


VA 






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MO 


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1TI 


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ANCHORAGE 


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SAN MATEO 


CAL 


144. 


247, 171 


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LAS VC6AS 


NEV 


172 




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CROMNPOINt 


N - 


172 




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LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


172 




LANUSTON GLORIA 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






LANGSION LOIS 


SAL< LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


•00 




LANGSON SICHARO K 


LAI VEGAS 


NEV 






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SALT LAKE ClT 








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MATMAHD 


CAL 


2 71 




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MEDFOHO 


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PROVO 


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2*1 




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CAL 


m« 


400 


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CAL 


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172 


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CAL 






larain frank > l i> ion 


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MEAO 


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210. 


400 


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OLYMPIA 


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172 




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MS 




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SALT LAKE CTT 


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SPANISH FORK 


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MOOSE VELT 


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271 


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USEE LINDA 'ATL 
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UNRY JAMES ROBERI JR 
UWRY DAVID EZRA 
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0«RY RONALD H 

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MCNALLT JuOITM MARIE 
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MCQUEEN GEORGIA GtNE 
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MILLER DAVID SIMPSON 
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miller &art richaro 
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miller james ronald 

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MILLER LINDA CAROL 
MILLER MARGARET ANN 
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MILLER MARILTN R 
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mills susane gau 
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MlLLwARO JOHN EMERY 
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MOLEN DEAN LOwERT 
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MOLEN BRUCE RICHANO 
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NOMIOT RENEi SHARON 
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MONSON NARLENE. 
MONSON MARION 
MONSON SHERMAN FIFE 
MONSON WATNE KENNETH 
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MUNlGOMERY JAMES S 
MONTGOMERY LUAMN 
NONIGOMERT JANES l 
mOnTGOMERt MICHAEL G 
MOMIGOMERT NANCT KAT 
MONTGOMERT VICTORIA 
MONUERTH GEORGE " JR 
MONTROSE PAMELA ROSE 
MONTIERTH MAI ROMNET 

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mOOOT EvELTN 
mOOOT JULIA PENELOPE 
MOOOT JEFFRET BRIAN 
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MOODT LTDIA NELL 
MUOOT ROBERT LAOS 
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PNOVO 


UTAM 






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CAMAS 


UTAH 


2S0. 


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MOORE BRUCE A 


PLACENIIA 


CAL 






MOORE BONNIE WILSON 


PNOVO 


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IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 


21) 




MOORE DERMIS *LOTD 


PATSON 


UlAH 






MOORE OARLENt MARILTN 




CAL 


Mli 


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REEDSPONI 


ONE 


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GREtNVlLLE 


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MOORE JOHN WILLIAM JR 


IN0IANAPOL1S 


INO 






MOORE KAREN DuANE 


BAKERSFIELD 


CAL 


3'4 




NOORE MICHAEL ROBINS 


SAN SERNAMUIN 


CAL 






MOORE MART LEE 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


d*2 




MOORE PATRICIA LEE 


OREN 








MOORE RINONA 


BUNLET 


IDA 


20** 


1+i 


MOURE Ralph lTONS 


NAMPA 


IDA 






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SINCLAIR 


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LA NCSA 


CAL 






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BRANDON 


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StUDIO CITY 


CAL 






MORBT BEITT JtAN 


COALVILLE 


UTAH 






MOREHOUSE DAVID E 


VANCOUVER 


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MORFQNO MART EDWIN 


BO I St 


IDA 


J 74 




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MORGAN DANIEL EvtREIt 










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SAN OICGO 


CAL 


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MORGAN KAREN L 


ALhAMBNA • 


CAL 






MONGAN LAVERDt 


PROVO 


UTAH 






MORGAN NART MARGARET 




U'AH 


1st. 


3(4 


MORGAN NADA ANN 


CARDSTON ALIA 


CAM 


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KATSVlLLt 


UlAM 


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■ 111 


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DENVER 


COLO 






MONGAN TAMARA G 


TWIN FALLS 


IDA 


MAi 


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MORGAN THOMAS ELV1N 


LOS ANGELES 4S 


CAL 






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UIAM 






■UNLET ALOMEO JOHN 


PNOVO 


UlAM 






MURLET HAROLO GART 


PRICE 


UlAM 


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TACOMA 


WASH 






NONLtT JANICE LOUlM. 


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KLAMAlH FALLS 


OBt 


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RICHMOND 


CAL 






NORR SRUCE ROBERT 


SIVtRlIM 


CAL 


Ml 




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SAN LOBINXO 


CAL 


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IRIOELL 


UlAM 


201* 


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SAL I LACE CTT 


UTAH 






MORRIS AUGUSTUS C 


JENONt 


IDA 






MOBNIS AUNIENNE ALLEN 


JEROME 


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HUNNISON OOUOLAS W 


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ill. 


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PALO ALIO 


CAL 


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2>*i 


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S- , tRANCISLO 


CAL 


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MOBNIS GEONOt W JN 


4NNAMAOALE 


VA 


111 




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PNOVO 


UTAM 






NOBRIS JAMtS ROBERT 


PROVO 


UIAM 






MOBNIS JANET SUE 


ANAMtlN 


CAL 






MURRIS JAABI PAl 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


IM 




■ONRIS JANET '»l 


TOOELE 


UlAM 






NUNRIS lENMA <Ail 


hOLANuOA 


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NUNRIS LINOA 






2)1 




MOBNIS ROBERT DALE 


LOGAN 


UTAM 






NOBRIS RAPHAEL 


CANCOMl 




IB* 




MORRIS PATRICIA ANN 


SALl LAKE 


UtAM 






MOBNIS ROStRT JR 


Elko 


NKV 






NOBRIS ROSCOE ANTHUB 


COSTA NESA 


CAL 


in. 


Ml 


NOBRISON BRENDA ANN 


PNOVO 


UTAH 


IS. . 


vti. 


MONNISON EvtlTN NAuOC 


•NOVO 


UlAM 


121 




HUNNISON DANRtL S 


PARMA 


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NUNS | SON OONNA JUNE 


IIbVM 


OBLA 


t*,t 




MORRISON DOUG 






IT* 




MOBBISON LELANU JED 


LEwISION 


UlAM 


ITS 




HUBS 1 SUN NART LOUIS! 


sacbanentd 


CAL 


Mbm 


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NOBBISOM RICMnBO 


LOVlLL 




!•*. 


2'* 


■URAISON RONALD N 


lovEll 


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■ONRISON ShIRlEE ANNE 


lovEll 


WTO 


211. 


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MUBRIhON PAMELA SUt 


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soi st 


IOA 


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OKLAHOMA LIIT2B 


ONLA 


KB 




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BOISE 


IDA 






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IOA 


•02 




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IOAHO FALL! 


IDA 






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SAMFOBO 


COLO 






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MUBIINSE* GAIL N 


BE SUNN SPBBS 


111 


IMi 


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LAL 


2*4, 


411 


MUBTlNSIN HUGE C 


LAS WlftAS 


NtV 


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MUNTINSIN JUOI |H 4NM 



471 



MORTEHSEN JAMES AKi'Ji 


PAYSON 


UTAH 






HORTENSEN LINO* PEARL 


MONROVIA 


CAL 


ISA. 


25>. 


Hu*i(HiEH KARL ERNEST 


MESA 


AN12 






MURTENSE* TAYLOR - 


PARKER 


ARI2 






MORTEHSEN V NARvEY 


MURRAY 


UTAH 






MORTENSEN »*lH« FREO 


MAGNA 


UTAH 






mor timer celia aim 


u MONTCLAIR 


N J 


ISA. 


-01 


MORTIMER CHRISTINE E 


REDOING 


CAL 


226. 


-01 


HOSES CHARLOTTE JANE 


MOAtl 


UTAH 






MOSES «*.nl CLAIR 


NDAH 


UTAH 


•w 




MOSEH JUL-. APIN 


IOAHO FALLS 


IOA 






MOSHEft LOREN CAMERON 


SANTA BARBARA 


CAL 


2*9 




MOSES JUDY 






Ml 




MOSLEY ROOERI L 


SOUTH C*i t 


CAL 


it* 




noss Claudia 






23) 




MOSS ELItABtTn ANN 


RICHf IELD 


UTAH 


17* 




MOSS karen 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 






mOSS JAMES ARTHUR JR 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


111 . 


20*. 


MOSS JOSEPH LOWELL 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 






M05S JUOITH 


SALT LAAE 06 


UTAH 






MOSS SUSAN JANE 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 






MOSS ROBERT H III 


HELENA 


MONT 


602 




MOSS MART KATHLEEN 


CLEARFIELD 




376 




MUSS VERONA JUNE 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 






moss richard glade 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 






MOSIERT ANDRE J E JR 




UTAH 


IT*. 


»*J 


mOtokawa nobuyuki 


SIM1 


CAL 


2TT, 


315. 


MOTT JOSEPH DENNIS 


ALAMOSA 


COLO 


»39 




HUTT PENN1E CECILIA 


MADERA 


CAL 


tea 




MOT I JACGUtLlNE 










MOTOKAwA SHJGANOBU 


YOKOHAMA 


JAP 


»i» 




MUULlOM ANN 


PLEASANT GROW 


UTAH 






NOULTON CLARA ALMA JR 




■ TO 


i»i 




MOULlON SYDNEY 


HEBER 


UTAH 


IT* 




MOULIOM SYDNEY 


hEUER 


UTAH 






MOULTRIE FRANCIS A 


VANCOUVER 


■ASH 






MOuLTON VERNON J 


HEBER 


UlAH 






MOURIISEN LELA JEAN 


LEwlSTON 


UTAH 


ill . 


>7* 


MOuSlEY UOHIS ANDRUS 


SALT LAAE 


UTAH 


263. 


All 


HOUNTEER MARVA JOAN 


ESC ALAN IE 


UTAH 


IMi 


37* 


MOWER OENNIS ALLEN 






• 39 




MOwER bEVERLY VI DELL 






-39 




MOWER MICHAEL RAYMOND 


SAN BtRNAHOIN 


CAL 


2 66. 


376 


MOhREy DANIEL BAKER 


SEATTLE ;•> 


WASH 






NGYES NORNAN LEON 


BAKER 


ONE 


*02 




MOVES LLONA 


BAKER 


OREO 








MURIAUGH 


IDA 


13 !• 


»Q2 


NOYES SANDRA MAt 


MURTAUGH 


IDA 






HOYLE JOSEPH AUSTIN 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 






Hti.it LINDA 


MERIDIAN 


IDA 






HOYLE ROBERT FRANKLIN 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 






MUELLER LARRY HOSS 


PROVO 


UlAH 






mugwERu James s 


THIKA 


Af R 


7* A 


39 


HUDU DWlGHl U ..'-, 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


37k 




MulLLER PATRICIA GAIL 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


-01 




MUhlESTEIN KAIhRTN 


hEbER 


UTAH 


376 




MuhlESTEIN JOHN S 


PROVO 


UTAH 






MUhlESTEIN KAIhRTN 


HEBER 


UTAH 






MUHLESTEIN RICHAHO u 


PROVO 


UTAH 






MulR OOROTnY JEANNE 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


If, I, 


3*7, 


MUIR JAMES JR 


IOAHO FALLS 


IOA 


• 39 




MUIR JOSEPH RUSSELL 


-AlNUT CREEK 


CAL 


i*b. 




MUIR BRUCE BUYS 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 


3TG 




MUIR SYLVIA JUAN 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 


2*2. 




MULFORD ElUAUETm j 


short mills 








MULLER ALAN tDWARU 




UTAH 






MULLENAUX LYNN WAT 


MESA 


AMI j 


2B8 




MULLER DUN HICHAKD 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 






MULLET DIANNA KAE 


CtDAH CITY 


UTAH 


261 




MULL1NS LEwlS SHItlOS 


ROANOKE 








MULLINEH MART JO 


AMERICAN FORK 




225i 


A1B 


MULLINER JOHN GIFFOAD 


MCGlLL 


NEV 







MUMFORD VAOIER LTLE 
HUNFONO RON BtOtUuE 
HUNOA JUDITH ANN 
MUNN MOLL IE ANN 
MUNRO OAVU' ■ ILL I AM 
MWNSET ROSEHAR1E 
MUNN ELAINt 
MURDOCH ROBERT L 



MURDOCK DENIS EARL 


BLACKFOOI 


IDA 






MURDOCH uElSEL bRuCE 


LbTHBRlDGE 


CAN 






MURDOCK U1ANC 






239 




MURDOCK UEL ANN 


Often 


UTAH 






MURDOCK IRENt BURKE 


GRIGGS 


IUA 


635 




MURDOCK FRANK JAMES 


0H|GG5 


IUA 


"19 




MUROOCK JON LARHT 


PROVO 


UTAH 






MuROOCk KENNETH JOb 


BEAVER 


UTAH 






MURDOCK KAREN MAMIE 


SAlT LAKt CTT 


UlAH 


186* 


602 


MURDOCK LARRY . i IT,, 


BOISE 


IUA 


639 




MURDOCK LYNDA LEE 


PROVO 


UTAH 






MUROOCK MICHAEL D 


OGDEN 


UTAH 






MURDOCK MARGARET D 


CARET 


IDA 






MURDOCK OLIVE SUt 


COMPION 


CAL 


Ala 




MUROOCK PHYLLIS 






ISA 




MURDOCK RUTH 


VANCOUVER 


■ ASH 


602 




MURDOCK ROSEMAHT 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


376 




MURDOCK SIEPHEN PAUL 










MURDOCK THOMAS f 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 


376 




MURPnET PAULA ELAINE 


PERHIS 


CAL 






MURPHY CAROL ANN 


ROOSEVELT 


UTAH 


205. 




MURPHY DONALD LtE 


IDAHO f ALLS 


IDA 






MURPHT MbRLENE KAY 


SPANISH FORK 








MURPhy MlLLENE F 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


206 • 


639 


MURPHT SUSAN 


OGDEN 








MURPHT PATRICIA KAT 


GREYDULL 


■TO 


2Z9i 


602 


muRPht SANURA LEE 


PLATA DEL RET 


CAL 


208. 


377 




SAN L OBISPO 


CAL 


235. 


377 


NURRAT NORMA TVUNNE 




IDA 


197, 


230< 


hurry mark h 




UTAH 






MURRAY PATRICIA GAIL 


LARKSPUR 


CAL 


2*0, 


377 


murphi richaru F 










MURRAY Thomas smith 


JACKSONVILLE 


FLA 






MURRDOE KAREN 






237 




mutawEh abdulRahmah m 


ONAIIA SAU01 


ARAB 






MTERS CHARLOTTE DAWN 


CALDWELL 


IOA 






MTERS GERALD G 


CEDAR CUT 


UTAH 






MTERS LINDA 


RIVERTON 


UTAH 






MTERS LINDA DALE 


EMMEIT 


IDA 


602 




MIERS LARRY OLE 


MACDOEL 


CAL 


377 




MYERS MARILYN JOAN 


Thin falls 


IUA 


267. 


616 


MYERS MARTHA BLAIR 


LOS ANGELES A 


I CAL 


261 




MYERS STEPHEN ROBERT 


CALDWtLL 


IUA 


639 




MYERS RICHARD LELAND 


petaluma 


CAL 


2 73* 


616 




ONTARIO 


CAL 


263. 


377 


MYERS SUSAN FAYE 


EUGtNE 


ORE 


602 




MYLER FRED ARNOLD 


JEROME 


IDA 


163 




MYLROIE GLORIA D 


PIERRE 


S D 


639 




HYlAR LINDA SUE 


GARDEN GROVE 


CAL 






MYNTTI CHRISTINA h 


VAN NUYS 


CAL 


231. 


377 


MYNTTI KARL DANIEL 


van Nurs 


CAL 






MTRES GERALD LELAND 


SAN DIEGD 1 


A CAL 


3T7 




MYLROIE VICTOR L 


FRANKLIN 


IOA 


639 





N 



NADJMABADI SIAVASH 


TEHERAN 


NACKOS FRANK JAMES 


OAKLAND 


NACKOS LOulS JAMES 


OAKLAND 


MAfiATA TERRELL TERuO 




NAGANO JUNE NAISUKO 


KUALAPUU NOLO 


NASSIRi AlI KHADJE 




NAJAR NAMILYN i 


SAN FRANCISCO 


NA|St)ITT KATHLEEN 


BOUNTIFUL 


M* IH BILL 




NALLY LONNIE B 


PHOENIX 


NAlOCR lanny J 


SHELLEY 


NANCE F KENT 


HAOERA 


NANTO ROBENI MASATUKI 


MOSES LAKE 


NAPOLEON MAUD MAT K 


ALAMEDA 


NARAIN MAhESH 




MASER JOAN 


LEwlSTON 


NASH BONNIE JEAN 


PROVO 


NASH HONARU LtSLIE 




NATIONS JO ANN 


SALT LAKt CTY 


NATIONS BONNIE JEAN 


PHOENIX 


NATE NORMA ILLENE 


PORTLAND 


NAY THOMAS CARL 


SAN NANUtL 


NAYLOR CHARLES JOY 


PANGUITCH 


HATLOR JOSEPH CALVIN 


ALEXANDRIA 


NAYLOR JAY H 


PROVO 


NATLOR PATRICIA ANN 


PORTLAND 


NATLOR WILLIAM JAMES 




NAYLOR ROBERT JOHN 


PROVO 


NAYLOR PATRICIA ANN 


PORTLAND 


NEAL DALLAS H 


MAlAO 


NtALLET NANCY IRENE 


LARK 


NEAR dlLLlt CHARLENE 


SAN UIEGO 


NEALLET NANCY IRENE 


LARK 


NtBEKER UELBtRT M 


LARSON AFB 


NEBEKER KATHLEEN ■ 


SAN BtRNAHOIN 


NEBEKER ROLAND SCOTT 


NEPHI 


NEBEKER ROSALIND RUTH 


PAlOS VERDES 


NESEKER spencer 




NtBEKER PATRICIA ANN 


LARSON AFB 


NtDELCOV EDWARD ALLEN 


wEybukn sask 


NtELEY BONNIE RAE 


SALT LAKE CTY 


NKELEy jat miller 


LOS ANGtLES • 



OHIO 377 



UTAH 163, *02 



NLERIEMER SHIRLEY P 


PnOENIX 


ARIi 




NEGLER 


FRANCES E 


HEMPSTEAO 


N Y 




NE 1 bAUN 


CHARLLENE HAt 


FARN1NGION 


UTAH 


223 


NEFF sherelyn joy 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


213, 391. A02 


NtFF BRANSON GRAY 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UlAH 




NEIGHBORS HARULO LOYO 


NEWHALL 


CAL 


2*a. *39 


NEGMAHA 


T FARROKH 


MARVI IEHHAN 


I MAN 


162, *39 


NEIGHBOURS MAH1ALEE 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 


355. 377 


NEGHASA 


T FARROLLH 






193 


NEIL SI 


EPHEN ANDRE* 




MONT 




NtlLSOft 


Charla UIANE 


I NO 10 


CAL 


377 


NEILSON 


GEORGE VERN 


HELENA 




169 


NEILS06 


JAMICt RUTH 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


238, 377 


nielso* 


KEITH B 


MONT1CELLO 


UTAH 




NEILSOA 


NANCY LOU 


PASAUtNA 


CAL 


190, 61< 


NEILSOA 


RASMUS SHURL 


SPANISH FORK 






NElLSOA 


< RONELUA MARIE 


SALT LAKE CTY 




233. 377 


nEllis 


CYNTHIA MAY 


ROCHESTER 




2*7 


NELSON 


BETTY RAE 


OREM 


UTAH 




NELSON 


8RUCE ALLEN JR 


GREAT FALLS 




377 


NELSON 


CAMERON UEAN 


SPR COUL ALT A 


CAN 




NELSON 


CAROL YNNE L 


AMEHICAN FORK 


UTAH 




NELSON 


CAROLTNN SMIlH 








NELSON 


CAROL LOUISE 


COHASSET 


MASS 




NELSON 


CAROL LOUISE 


COHASSET 


MASS 




NCL&ON 


DALE DOUGLAS 




IDA 


377 


NELSON 


DAVID MILTON 


HINSUALE 






NtLSON 


DENNIS PAUL 






1B7, 269. 273 


NELSON 


DAVID RICHARD 


CI THUS HEIGHl 


CAL 




NtLSON 


DEANNA K 


IDAHO FALLS 


IUA 




NELSON 


DENNIS P 


OREM 


UTAH 


178, A02 


NELSON 


DENNIS WAYNE 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 


377 


NELSON 


DAVID RICHARU 


CITRUS HEIGHT 


CAL 




NtLSON 


DONA LEA 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


21B 


NtLSON 


DONNA MARIE 


BOISE 


IDA 


1AB. 377 


NELSON 


DONALD EDWARD 


SANDY 


UTAH 




NtLSON 


DONALD TRACY 








NELSON 


ELDON L 








NELSON 


EUGENE ELUON 


PROVO 


UTAH 




NELSON 


FRED R JR 


SAN LARLOS 


CAL 


2 78 


NELSON 


FREDERIC 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 




NELSON 


GARTH C 


SAN DIEGO 1! 


i CAL 


6ia 


NELSON 


GLEE ■ 


SI 1GNAI1US 






NELSON 


GRANT H 


SALT LAKE CIT 






NELSON 


GORDON THOMAS 








NELSON 


JACK ADELBERT 


LOROSOERG 


N M 




NtLSON 


JANE 


LYNNDTL 


UTAH 




NELSON 


JAMES HtNHY 


SPANISH FURK 


UlAH 




NELSON 


JANEAL 


JACKSON 


■ 10 


ISA. 239, AID 


NELSON 


KlM LEE 


SANTA PAULA 


LAL 


603 


NELSON 


KRISTIN 








NELSON 


KENNETH R 


MUSKEGON 


MICH 


269 


NELSON 


KENT A 








NELSON 


LARRY EARL 


OGDEN 




377 


NELSON 


LELAND MARK 


PROVO 






NELSON 


LYNUA RACHEL 


TOOELt 


UTAH 




NtLSON 


lyn Eugene 


SANDT 


UTAH 




NELSON 


MARIE ANN 


NAMPA 


IUA 




NtLSON 


NARJORIE o 


PROVO 


UTAH 




NELSON 


NARK 






195 


NtLSON 


MART KATHLEEN 


AKLEt 






NELSON 


NtLL JtAN 


REXBUKG 


IDA 




NELSON 


NADINE 




UTAH 


377 


NtLSON 


NOOIA BETH 


KEARNS 


UTAH 




NtLSON 


NOLAN J 


SPRlNGVILLt 


UlAH 




NtLSON 




IDAHO FALLS 


IUA 




NtLSON 


PHYLLIS 


LAS VEGAS 




265, 366, A02 


NELSON 


RAY W 


OREM 


UTAH 




NELSON 


RAYMOND HUGO 


BRIDGEPORT 


CUNN 


602 


NtLSON 


RAYMOND K 


OREGON CUT 


OKEG 




NELSON 


RALPH GLEN 


LA GRANDE 


ORE 


*J9 


NELSON 


RICHARD KARL 


BOISE 


Ida 


611 


NELSON 


ROBERT WILLIAM 






1TA, 209, AS3 


NELSON 




BRIGnAM 


UTAH 


377 


NtLSON 


RONALD OWEN 


VENTURA 


CAL 




NtLSON 


SANURA E 


TEMPLt CUT 


CAL 




NtLSON 


SONJA 


STERLING 


IDA 


A39 


NELSON 


STEVENS CALL 








NELSON 


SUSAN 


WALNUT CREEK 


CAL 


377 


NEWMAN 


ANN LAHAE 


RIGBT 


IDA 


»U 


NELSON 


VIRGINIA V 


SPANISH mm 




377 


NtLSON 


WILLIAM FORD 




CAL 


III 


NtLSON 


WILLIAM EDWIN 


TOOELE 


UTAH 


1*9, 151 


NEROIN 


JUANNE 


AMERICAN FURK 


UTAH 


"18 


NEROIN 


JAMES THOMAS 


I AC UNA 




2 TB 


NtMELKA HILHANU S 


SALT LAKE CIT 


UTAH 


267, 310. 311 


NCRUIN 


nanct 


TACOHA 


■ ASH 


226, *02 


NESS CHERYL JEAN 


GLENUIVE 






NETTLES DONALD L 






* 39 


NtSSEN 


JO VAN 


CENTEHVILLE 




320, 317 


NEUHUYS YVONNE 


SALT LAKt CTT 


UTAH 


2*6. 377 


NEUHUTS YVONNE 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 




NEVES LYLE JOSEPH 


BURLING I UN 


■ TO 


377 


NEV ill: 


i Judith arlEne 


EUREKA 


CAL 


377 


NtHUOLD SHERMA 


S JORDAN 






NEMBlLL HORACE ALLAN 








NtBELL 


GREGG A 


RKHFltLD 


UTAH 


11V 


NEMLANI 


) GARY KENT 


SUNNTSIDE 






NEVITT 


JAT STtWART 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




NEWMAN 


CHERYL DIANE 


SALT LAKE CTY 






NEWMAN 


LEON UENNIS 


CHELStA VICT 


AuSI 




NEWMAN 


L*UNA JANE 


PROVO 


UTAH 




NEWMAN 




EUREKA 




A39 


NEWMAN 


MARCT LEE 


JEROME 


IDA 


177 


NEWMAN 


VlCKl ANN 


DUGWAY 


UTAH 


377 


NEWMAN 


VIRGINIA E 


SALl LAKE CIY 


UTAH 


263 



NEWREN KARL YOUNG 
NEWSON RONALD RALPH 
NtWlON ATHLYN GAT 
NEWTON JOAN 
NtWlON SIDNEY ARTHUR 
NEWVILLE TROT JAMES 
NIBLET SUSAN JANE 
NICHOLL KARflEN 
NIC. HOLES CAROL R 
NICHOLES LORIE H t 
NICHOLS LYNN L 
NICHOLES MART LTNNE 
NICHOLES VERL1N HOT 
NICHOLS KATE PAGE 
NICHOLS ELilAUEtH MAY 
NICHOLS ANN 
NICHOLS JUDENt 
NICHOLS BONNIE JEAN 
NICHOLS MAA TURNUOW 
NICHOLS SHERRI GAY 
NICHOLSON BRUCE I 
NICHOLSON KARL I 
NICHOLSON UAVE P 
NICHOLSON HlLLIAM LtE 
NICKELL AFTOM VALE 
NICKLE DOUGLAS SCOTI 
NICK4.ES SANDRA CHLEO 
N1COL ALAN CHASE 
NICOL MICHAEL RUE 
NICOLAYStN CAROL M 
NlEDERHAUStH HELEN E 
NIELO JOHN B 
NIELSEN ARLENt 
NIELSEN DAV10 LEON 
NIELSEN ELOISE 
NIELSON EVA LUE B 
NIELSON EVA LUE B 
NIELSEN GLORIA DAWN 
NIELSEN GARTH SHEPARO 
NIELSEN HARVET HOLT 
NIELSEN JAMES BARRT 
NIELSEN JAMES RUE 
NIELSEN JANET 
NIELSEN LARRY GRANT 
NIELSEN LINOA JOYCE 
NIELSEN MAC M 
NIELSEN MARJORIE 
NIELSEN MARCUS C 
NIELSEN NORMAN LEROT 
NIELSEN NEPHI BRENT 
NIELSEN MICHAEL E 
NIELSEN RICHARD BRuCt 
NIELSEN PATRICIA D 

nielsen reeo n1choli 
nielsen robin adair 
nielsen rosal1n m 
nielsen waoe lagrano 
nielsen 2ilpma uiana 
nielsen winifred 
nielson allen russell 
nielson Alan t 
nielson anna marie 
nielson barrt 

NIELSON BRENT l 

nielson Charles earl 

NIELSON DAlL DEE 

nielsen david lerot 

nielson ellen 

nielson eve 

nielsen Gwendolyn e 

nielson john r 

nielson john oeasy 

nielson johnny howard 

nielson kay 

nielson linda lou 

nielsen leslie geralo 

nielson lloyo james 

nielson meredith ann 



Hli 235, *18 



DIAMOND ALIA 


CAN 






PROVO 


UTAH 








CAL 


182 




ALBUUUtRUUt 




297 




OREM 


UTAH 






PROVO 


UTAH 


197, 


*39 


BUFFALO 26 




377 




BIRDSEYE 


UTAH 






OREM 


UTAH 






SAN DIEGO 06 


CAL 


151* 


(63 < 377 


RUPtRI 




239. 




PALOS VERDES 


CAL 






PORTLAND 


ONE 


266i 


377 


MIlFOKD 


UTAH 






WHEATLAND 


CAL 






HOUSTON 


TEA 


1*5. 


2 70 


HOUSTON 35 


TEX 


199 




PROVO 


UTAH 






YODtR 




169. 


■•18 


DRIGGS 


IUA 






OELIA 


UTAH 


266* 


602 


RtOLANDS 








PI rlSBURG 


CAL 


201* 


209. 602 


OREM 


UTAH 






SAN FHANC1SCO 


CAL 


203, 


377 


IDAHO FALLS 


IUA 






MONTPELitR 


IDA 






NO OGDEN 


UTAH 


l*b. 


611 


PROVO 


UTAH 






OREM 


UTAH 






SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


377 




SPRlNGVILLt 


UTAH 






BOISE 








EDMONTON ALTA 


CAN 






SPANISH FOftK 


UlAH 


161, 


209 


EPHRAIM 


UlAH 


2*2. 


691 


Ely 




262 




MEEKER 


COLO 


275 




SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


20V, 


377 


DOWNEY 




271* 


377 


BURLEY 


IUA 


192* 


377 


MONROE 


uIAn 






OREM 








PROVO 


UTAH 






SEwARD 


ALSL 


377 




LOS GATDS 


CAL 






MENLO PARC 


CAL 


256* 


639 


OUINCY 


■ ASH 


266* 


377 


MARVISTA 66 


CAL 


603 




OU 1 NC Y 


■ ASH 


266* 


All 


NEW YORK CITV 




17a* 


2 77. *0 3 


ST JOHNS 








PROVO 


UTAH 


183 




MESA 


AN 12 






REPUBLIC 








COOT 


■ TO 


639 

197 




CARUSTON ALIA 








PROVO 








PROVO 








RICHFIELD 


UlAH 






FOUNTN GREEN 




618 




PROVO 


UTAH 






SI JUHNS 


AR12 






CARUSTON ALTA 


CAN 






BLAND1NG 


UIAh 


639 




BLANOING 








SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


639 




DOLORES 


CULO 


269* 


*1B 


ST JOHNS 


AHI2 






NORLAND 


WYO 


377 




CODY 


■ TO 


IM ■ 


371 



nielson michael grant 
nielson portia jane 
nielson Phyllis joan 
nielson richard l 
nielson nat 
nielson robert 2 
nielson rye w 
nielson Ruby 
nielsen ronald m 
nielson rue 
nielsen ronald m 
nielsen ronald 
nielson susan ltnnc 
nielson shawna 
nielson susan ltnne 

NlENINEN KAISA M 
NIELSON WILLIAM SCOTI 
NIETO HECTON FREDDY 
NIELSON WIlhELMINA C 
NIKBACHT JOSETTE 
NlLSEM WATNE UtLLA-S 
NlLSSON BRUCE RAT 
N1NS LESLIE JEAN 
NlNNAN JANICE E 
NISH GARY LEE 
N1SH SHIRLEY APRYL 
NlSH KAY LAVERN 
Nl&BET ROBERT LE ROY 
NISSON CHRISTINE 
NISWENOER NANCT ANN 
Nil KENNETH JESSE 
N1A JANICE RUTH 
NIA KENNEIH CARL 
NIKON JOSEPH VEROOM 
NOAKES GERALDINt 
NOBLE ALLAN LEE 
NOBLE JUDITH RUTH 
NOBLE PHILLIP LAtL 
NOBLE RICHARD EUGENE 
NOBLE T SUE 
NOHARA LILLY 
NOLANO SH ARLENE 
NOOROA JUDITH BEE 
NOOROA LEON ROY 
NOONCHESIER MICHAtL L 
NORttERG JAnICE KAY 
NUROERG JO LYNN 
NOROES KAYE LORRAINE 
MURMAN VERNAL GARIh 
NORRIS ROBIN MITCHELL 
MORRIS PAUL DAVID JR 
NORRIS RONALD LtE 
NORRIS WILLIAM M 
NORTHROP WILLIAM C 
NORTH GARTH WATNE 
MONTH RANAE 
NORTHROP VAL DEANE 
NURION DOROTHY JEAN 
NORTON CHANLcS ROBERT 
NORTON DALE HENRY 
NORTON ARLEN ELRQY 
NORTON JACK CRAIG 
NURION RICHARO L 
NOTIAGE JANET AUtLE 
NOuRMANESH AKBAR 
NOVAK SHERAN 
HOWELL JULIANNE B 
NUHLAND KATHLEEN L 
NUWLAND KAThERINE L 
NOwELL JAMES IRwIN 
NOTES GERI LYNN 
NOYES DAVID WILLIAM 
NOYES VERLA 
NOYES SYLVIA ANN 
NUFFER VlCKl LYNN 
NUJLA LOTAAIO 
NUFFER LINDA JEAN 

nuismer JO Ellen 

NUSE J LTNDA 
NUNES ROBERI LAURtNCt 
NUSE J LTNDA 
NUTTALL DRATTON G 
NUT TALL DONALD LEROT 
NUTTALL GLADTS JOANNE 
NUTTALL LARRT P 
UTAL MILDRED 



VAN NUTS 


CAL 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


BUR BANK 


CAL 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


SAcINA 


UTAH 


HON II CELLO 


UTAH 


dLUEwATER 




BLACKFOOI 


IUA 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


JYVASKYLA 


FIN 


ELS1NORE 


UTAH 


MONTEVIDEO 


UHUG 


MESA 


AH12 


OREM 




SPANISH FORK 




AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


MARYSVlLLE 


CAL 


BUR BANK 


CAL 


OwENDALt ALIA 


CAN 


SEATTLE 


■ ASH 


CAhDSTON alia 


CAN 


LOMBARO 


III 


GRANADA HILLS 


CAL 


INGLEWOOD 


CAL 


OREM 


UTAH 


BINGHAM CANTO 


UTAH 


OREM 




GHANGtH OA 


UTAH 


OREM 


UTAH 






NOONE 




CANOGA PARK 


CAL 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


HONOLULU 


HA. 


ALHAMBRA 


CAL 


SAN LtANURO 


CAL 


SALl LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


CULVER CITY 


CAL 


LEHl 


UTAH 


SANTA BARBARA 




ANCHORAGE 


ALSK 


■HlTTItft 


CAL 


PHOENI A 


AHI2 


ETNA 


CAL 


GREEN RIVER 


■ TO 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


LOS ANGELES *2 


CAL 



IUTIAI 



MON LTNNE 



NUTTALL RONALD DEAN 
NUTTER RANDOLPH ALA* 
NUT2 TONI LOUISE 
NYE RICHARU JENSEN 
NT0ERG DONALD GLEN 
HTBO LAMAR C 
NTLANO GLORIA ANN 
NT MAN NANCT 
NTMAN GERALO SMITH 
N>LUH0 JACK ALLAN 



OREM 

COL TON 

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SALT LAKE CIT 

OGDLN 

LAS VEGAS 

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UNIONDALE 

SUNLAND 

BLYTHE 

BLYIHE 

ME NDHAM 

LA GRANDE 

SAL1NA 

MORGAN 

SALINA 

OAT ION 

UNA 12 
WENDOVER 
KALAMA200 
CRANBURT 

CNANUUHT 

PROVO 

VANCOUVER 

PROVO 

PROVO 

PROVO 

VANCOUVER B CI' 

LEHl 

CORONA 

CHULA VISTA 

DAYTON 3, 



UTAH *03 



o 



OAK MARILYN 


RICHLAND 


WASH 




OAKCS 


JANE 


AlVtRSloE 


CAL 




OAKLET 


' ARvlD MARK 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 




OAKS CHARLtNE ANN 


OGOtN 


UTAH 


296, 378 


OAKS C 


:hahlene ann 


UGDtN 


UTAH 




OARIOGE UEVA 






263 


OBARR 


GERALD LEROT 


TUCSON IS 


AN 12 


633 


OBERHANSLT 3ILL.lt B 


TACOMA 22 


■ ASH 


297, 37b 


0BERL1 


ROBERT PRICE 




AK12 


378 


MCMI 


WlLLARD U JR 


tGLIN AFb 


FLA 




OBORN 


WILMA JtAN 


BOUNTIFUL 




651 


OBORN 


JANET 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


3 78 


OBRAY 


RICHARD LYNN 




UTAH 




OBRIEN DlLLlt JtAN 


TULARE 


CAL 


131. 226 


OBRIEN TERRT JOHN 


fuller ion 


CAL 


31. 26*. 


OCONNE 


LL ROBERT I 


GLENUALt 0- 


CAL 




OCKET 


DON RAY 


NEPHI 


UTAn 




OUELL 


ANN CAOY 


REDONUO BEACH 


CAL 


2*6. 350, 


OUISHAW RICHARU W 


N BATLFRU SAS 






OUELL 


WILLIAM CHARLES 


COLUHADO SPGS 


CULO 


378 


OUONNAL LARRY SHELDON 


FAHM1NGION 




378 


DONNE 


LL DALE EVANS 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 




ODOM HERMAN WESLEY JR 


PENSACOLA 


FLA 


269. 378 


OGATA 


HAMORU 


NISHl GUN AOH 


JAPN 




OGILVI 


E JAMES WILLIAM 


GtNOOKA 




221 


OGAWA 


VALIANT I 


ONTARIO 


ORE 


210, 268 


OGBORN DAISY LAWANA 


MOSS PUlNI 


MISS 




OGBORN CONWlN L 






*19 


OGOEN 


CHARLES PAUL 


RICHf ItLU 


UTAn 




OGOEN 


ELI2ABEIH 


OAKLAND 






OGDEN 


JOHN PAUL 




CAL 


277 


OGOEN 


JEANNE HANOA 


OLA THE 


CULO 




OGDEN 


MARSHALL D 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 




OGOEN 


RODNEY JACK 


M1LF0RD 


UTAH 




OGOEN 


REED W 


SALT LAKt CTY 




601 


OGDEN 


WILLIAM B 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 




OGOEN 


ROGER THOMAS 


OLATHE 


COLO 


3»9 


OGLE VERA DAVEtN 






37a 


OMAHA 


KAREN EVA 


phoenix 33 




293. All 


OMAHA 


JOHN H JR 


SARATOGA 


CAL 


37B 


OHRAN 


JAMES WALLACE 




CAL 




OH* AN 


RICHARU STANLtT 


BtLMONI 


CAL 




OHLIN 


DAV|U SPENCtR 


HICHFItLD 


UlAH 




OIEN ADDTTh LtNORE 


StATlLE 99 


■ ASH 


23T 


OKAWA 


MARION SACHlTA 
FAITH MARIE 


HAUULA 
HAUULA OAHU 


ha! 




OKIMURA JEAN SACHIKO 


HALE1WA 




619 


OL8ERG CHERYL LYNN 


LAFAYETTE 


CAL 


3 76 


OLOROTO MARK THOMAS 


PROVO 


UTAH 




OLDROTD STEPHEN BRUCE 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


603 


OLDROYO SHAUNA FAUN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 




OLER PHILLIP NARK 


STERLING ALIA 


CAN 




OLE SON AARON GARNER 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 




OLIPHANT NORMAN H 








KIWI 


i MANUEL RAUL 


Chihuahua 




371 


OLIVER GEDGE - 


NONA 




»39 


OLIVER JOE L JR 




UTAH 


191. 211 


ouun 


!AD GREGORY Alan 


CANOGA PARK 


CAL 


211 


0LP1N 


JOSEPH GERALD 








OLPIN 


JUNE 


HEBEH 


UlAH 


172 


OLP1N 


NOREEN 


OGDEN 




230. A39 


OLSCN 


BARBARA LOUISE 


OREM 




231 


OLSEN 


BARBARA JEAN 


PORTLAND 






OLSEN 


BURTON K 


tMERT 




A39 


OLSEN 


BILL RICHARD 


PROVO 


UTAH 




OLSEN 


BLAINE FREDRICK 


ST GEORGE 


UlAH 




OLSEN 


BRUCE LLOYD 


ORANGEVILLE 


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CAL 


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CAN 


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CAL 


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WTO 


347 




POWELL LYNN KESLEH 


PROVO 


UTAH 


nil 


6*1 


POWELL MEDLA ANN 


LEHl 


UTAH 






POwELL RONNIE JEANNE 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


419 




POWELL RICHARO MM 


DUCHESNE 


UTAH 


16S. 


441 


POWELL RONNIE JEANNE 


RICHLAND 


WASH 






POwELL STEVEN DEVAN 


HUNTINGTON 


UTAH 






POWELL THEO JAY 


SALT LAKE CTY 




165. 


*19 


POWELL WALKER M JR 


NORTH GARDEN 


VA 






POwELSON ANN 


GOSHEN 


UIAH 






POWER JOHN EDWARD 


VUMA 




177. 


360 


POWERS L1NUA LAVERNL 


RICHMOND 




209 




PRATHER JUDITH MERLE 


PALISADE 


COLO 


360 




PRATT OAVIO REY 


TOPPENISH 




281. 


380 


PRATT ELENA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


172 




PRATT GARY LEE 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 


404 




PRATT GLENDA RAE 


LEThbROG ALTA 


CAN 


IMi 


20*. 257 


PRATT GREGORY EVANS 


SAULT STE MAR 


MICH 






PRATT JOSEPH M 


PROVO 


UTAH 






PRATT LAWANA 


twin falls 


IDA 


404 




PRATT LEW DAVID 


OROVILLE 


CAL 






PRATT LlNOA LEE 


OR EN 


UTAH 






PRATT RENOELL W 


mElBA 


IDA 






PRATT RICHARO MARDEN 


PROVO 


UIAH 






PRATT RAY GRANT 


KENNEWICK 


WASH 


380 




PRATT SHARON LYNNE 


S LTHBDGE ALT 


CAN 


164 




PRAITE PAUL ALFRED 


LETHBKDG ALIA 


CAN 


114 > 




PREDNORE OURINDA ANN 


FALLS CHURCH 




2 30. 


360 


PREATOR FRANZ* NAOINE 


SAL! LAKE 


UTAH 






PREDMORE DORINOA ANN 


FALLS CHURCH 


VA 






PREECE OON MILTON 


SALl LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






PRENGEL ROGER OtLANO 


CENTNALIA 


WASH 


441 




PRENTICE KATHLEEN H 


CANTON 


OHIO 






PRESTON OONALO REED 


CLIFTON 


ARIZ 






PRESTON DOUGLAS N 


HAGERMAH 


IOA 






PRESTON GARY LEO 


WHITHER 


CAL 


300 




PRESTWICH JAN J L 


CEDAR CITY 


UIAH 






PRESTWlCH KAThhyn g 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






PRESTWICH RAMON G 


CEDAR 


UIAH 






pnice clair Eugene 


PORTLAND 


ONE 






PRICE JOHNNY Thomas 


PROVO 


UTAH 






PRICE L MICHAEL 


WHITTIER 


CAL 






PRICE LYLE LE GRAND 


PORTLAND 02 


OWE 


206. 


• 19 


PRICE MARIANNE 


K A NOSH 


UIAH 


lao. 


2*7. *0* 


PRICE MARY 


HENDERSON 


NEV 






PRICE MARGARET ANN 


LONG BEACH 97 


CAL 


inn. 


1*1 I »0* 


PRICE PAMELA ANN 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


461 





PRICE SHARON LEE 


ALHANBRA 


CAL 


»*! 




PR 1 CHE IT JUOY S 










PRICE WILLIAM DAVID 


LAMES A 


CAL 






PRICE wILLARD ROSEL 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 


*5i 




PRIFOGLE HUGH G 


SAN MATEO 


CAL 






PRIEST RICHARO H 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


211. 


2 79* 360 


PRIOAY HAVE 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


*0* 




PRIEBE MICHELE H 


APO 9*9 SEAT! 


MASH 


ISO. 


310 


PRIEBE MICHELE H 


APO 9*9 SEATT 


WASH 






PRIMA PETER G 


ELY 








PNINA JEANETTE 


ELT 


NtV 


1*1* 


200. *19 


PRINCE CAROLYN 


OREN 


UTAH 


219 




PRINCE DONALD 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 


453 




PRINCE GERALD 


HAGEHMAN 








PRINCE DIANE 


OREM 


UTAH 






PRINCE JANET 


SAN DIEGU 09 


CAL 






PRINCE ROBERT LEE 


E ELY 


NEV 






PRITT THOMAS ELWOOD 


WASHINGTON 


C 


360 




PR| TI ROBERT ElDEN 


WASHINGTON 


D C 


360 




PROCTOR JUOI TH ANN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


310 




PROCTOR JUDITH ANN 


SALT LAKE CIV 


UTAH 






PROCTOR JUDITH ANN 










PROKSCH JOSEPH ALBERT 


SALMON 


IDA 






PROTHERD PAUL OOUGLAS 


SPRINGV1LLE 


UIAH 






PROTHERO WALTER HALL 


PROVO 


UTAH 


**l 




PRUIZMAN PENOLCPE E 


VANCOUVER 


■ ASH 


3*0 




PROVENCIO ARTHUR 


ANAHEIM 


CAL 






PROwS SHtLLY HAL 


TOOELE 


UIAH 






PRUDE JUL! ANNE 


RICHMOND 


TLX 






PRUETT NORMAN ALVIN 


WINSLOW 


ARIZ 


453 




PRUSSE SHARON MAY 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


ti<>. 


360 


PRYOR CAROL ANN 


CASA GRANDE 


ARIZ 


2SO 




PUCKETT SALLY LOUISE 


LAKEWOOD 


CAL 






PUOERBAUGH SAMUEL W 


NUCLA 


CULO 






PUGH DILWORIH LEONARD 


PROVO 


UTAH 


165* 


199. 641 


PUGH ETHEL ANN 


BOISE 


IDA 


242 




PUGH JEANETTE ESPLIN 


OREM 


UTAH 






PUGH EVAN CLARK 


PROVO 


UTAH 






PULLEY ANDRE* D 


AMERICAN FORK 




239* 


*19 


PULLEl DAvIO A 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 






PULLEY BRYANT MONROE 


LOS GATOS 


CAL 


170. 


271. NO* 


Pulsipher francis .. 


LOGANDALC 




453 




PULSIPHER DAVID C 


LOS ANGELES *2 


CAL 


• *1 




Pulsipher elva jean 


ST JOHNS 




441 




PULSIPHER VAUGHN L 


LOGANDALE 


NEV 






purchase carolyn ruth 


MARLBORO 




19S. 


360 


PUR0Y MICHAEL EDWARD 


WH| ITItR 


CAL 


267, 


*0* 


PURSER JUDY ANNE 


KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 


*04 




PURSLEY JUDITH MAE 


CORCORAN 


CAL 


419 




PUSEy JOHN RICHARDS 


DICKER-SON 


MO 






PUTNAM JACKLYN 


CLEARFIELD 


UIAH 






Putnam rkhard Edward 


PLEAStNT HILL 


CAL 






P'NE CHARLES RAYMOND 


OREN 


UTAH 






PYNE IVERN LAVELL 


OREM 


UlAH 






'"st MARY LOU 


TWIN FALLS 




250. 


1B0 


PYRAH MARGARET ROSE 


CAREY 








PYRAH GRANT LLOYO 


CAREY 


IDA 







OUARNSIROM KAREN G 






IS* 




OUACKENBUSH LOUIS H 


RICHLAND 




266 




OUERRY JOHN MARVIN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






OUARNSIROM I BLAINE 


L0D1 


CAL 


174 




OUERRY JOANNE SAVAGE 


PROVO 


UIAH 






0U1NDARA PtORO G 


HONOLULU 1 


7 HAN 






OUINNEY ROBERT SONNE 


EOFOHD 


ONE 


270. 


302. 308. 


OUINN PATH IC1A JO*N 










OUINN DENNIS MICHAEL 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


273* 


3S0 


OUINN MARY ANNE 


GREENWICH 


CONN 


137 




OUINN CARLOS BADGER 


GREENWICH 


CONN 


320 




OUINNEY SUSAN ANN 


WHITTIER 




JBO 




OUINN ElUabEIh h 


COS COB 


CONN 


239* 


• 0* 


0U1NTON KAREN LEE 


GREENACRES 


WASH 


261. 


419 


OUINTON MELVIN C 


KETCHUM 


IDA 






UUINTON LINDA 


GREENACRES 


WASH 


232 




OUIST ROBERT DAVID 


CALGARY ALIA 


CAN 






0U| ST PAUL STEVEN 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UIAH 


453 





RAAT MARGARET ELEANOR 


OGOEN 


UIAH 








RADEBAUG* LEE HOWARD 


UHBANA 


ILL 


LIB. 


199. 


i6V 


RADDON NINA LYNN 


PORILAND 


ONE 


241 






RADDON GARY HOLLIS 


PORTLAND 


ONE 


441 








PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 








RADHALL STEPHEN J 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 








RAKIMSAlEhI MOhSEN 


PORTLANO 12 


ORE 


195. 


419 




RAGSOALE THEODORE M 


WOODLAND HILL 


CAL 


187. 


2*9 




RAGOZZINt SHEILA 


Ht NDE M SON 


NEV 








Ragland Susan GAyle 


BAKEHSFIELD 


CAL 


380 






RAGLAND SUSAN GAYLE 


BAKERSFIELO 


CAL 








RAnlMSALtHI MUHSEN 


PORILAND 12 


ORE 








RAINS EDITH ANN 


MIOVALE 


UIAH 


204! 






RAINER JOHN JR 


TAOS 










RA|NE BILLt JAY 


DALY CI IV 


CAL 








RAINEY LINDA RAE 


BOISE 




151 






RAlFE LINDA 






22* 






RALPH ELAINE 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


350 






RALPH ANDREW CLAIR 


DOWNEY 


IDA 


20V. 






RALSTON PHILIP G JR 


WORTH 


ILL 








RAmEY SMARI jAYNE 


KLAMATH FALLS 


OR EG 


419 






RAMAChER PAUL LESLIE 


STOCKTON 7 


CAL 


391 






RAHBEAU NORMAN JAMES 


BISHOP 


CAL 








RAMMELL MICHAEL LEON 


REXUURG 


IDA 








RAMMELL SHARON FAY 


VICTOR 


IOA 


262. 


419 




RAHSDEN SUZANNE 


PALO ALTO 


CAL 








RAMSTROM MICHAEL W 


RICHMOND 


CAL 








RAMSEY NORMA MAE 


phoenix 


AH1Z 








RANDALL ANITA 


HOUSTON 




419 






RANDLE DAVE 






2T9 






randall Charles nyle 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 








RANDALL DAVID MAX 


CEDAR CITY 




149 






RANDALL LLOYD OTIS 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


201. 


4*1 




RANDALL MELVIN KAY 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 








RANDALL NICK HARVEY 


JOSEPH CI IT 


ARIZ 


151. 


274* 


360 


RANDALL NARTHA bird 


TEMPE 




190. 


20B. 


404 


RANDALL TRACY JOAN 


IOAH0 FALLS 


IDA 








RANDALL SCOTT YOUNG 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 








RANK KAREN VAL 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 








RANER LYNNE AUTY 


GREAT NECK 


N Y 


234 






RANKIN OONALO TROY 


JULIAEITA 


IDA 








RANKIN WILLIAM LEE 


OREM 




380 






RANER SHERYL AUTY 


GREAT NECK 




217* 


as. 


234 


RANDALL WILMA w 


PROVO 


UTAH 








HANSON MAMWELL IRA 


WlNNIPtG MANTO* 


CAN 








RANSOM CAHIN JEAN 


OXNARD 


CAL 


380 






RAPIER OAVID ARTHUR 


DOWNEY 


CAL 


380 






RAPIER DAVIO ARlHUR 


DOWNEY 


CAL 








RAPPLEYE FOSTER DREW 


OREM 


UIAH 








RAPPLEVE KATHLEEN 


TWIN FALLS 


ID* 


262* 


619 




RAPPLEYE CARALYN 


SAL! LAKE CIY 


UTAH 


233 






RASBAND GAYNELLE HuTH 


ARLINGTON OS 


VA 


233* 


441 




RASBANO JOHN LYNN 


HEBER CITY 


UTAH 








RASCHIG ROBERT HERMAN 


APPLE TON 


HIS 








HASHIO ABDUL RAZAK 


MECCA 


S AR 








RASMUSSEN ANN 


OREM 


UTAH 


360 






RASMUSSEN CRAIG w 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


404 






RASMUSSEN CARL MARTIN 


BOISE 


IOA 








RASMUSSEN CAROLYN 


PINOLE 


CAL 


ICC 






RASMUSSEN DIANNE 


ORAPER 


UTAH 








RASMUSSEN OAHRIS T 


FORT DUCHESNE 


UTAH 


205* 


419 




RASMUSSEN DAVID ELVER 


PROVO 




380 






RASMUSSEN DAVID ELVER 


PROVO 


UIAH 








RASMUSSEN GEOHGE H 


PRICE 


UIAH 


161 






RASMUSSEN JUOI In ANN 


BATTLE CREEK 


MICH 


145* 


190. 


*1* 


RASMUSSEN LEONARD K 


LA PUtNTE 


CAL 








RASMUSSEN LAOAWN 


PAYSON 


UTAH 








RASMUSSEN lEROy 


lethbrdg alia 


CAN 








RASMUSSEN MAYRE 


CARMICHAEL 


CAL 


2*2. 


380 




RASMUSSEN MERLYNN 


SAL! LAKE CIV 










RASMUSSEN PHILLIP C 


OREM 


UTAH 








RASMUSSEN RICHARD S 


LA GRANDE 


ONE 


291. 


404 




RASMUSSEN RONALD w 


OREM 


UIAH 








RASMUSSEN Thomas a 


EUGENE 


ORE 


380 






RASMUSSEN SUZANNE E 


GRIULEY 


CAL 








RASSANON LYNN 






163 






RATLIFF MARLANE t 


ALAMO 


CAL 


380 






RATLIFF YVONNE L 


HUNTINGTON PK 


CAL 


419 






ravsten Curtis earl 


HtVBURN 


IDA 


*» 1 






RAVENSCROFT JAYNE 


BURBANK 


CAL 


244 






HAVENTOS WILLIAM ALAN 


ATHEHTON 


CAL 


131* 


26*. 


26b 


RAWCLIFFE WILLIAM F 


PHOVO 


UTAH 








RAWLINGS ALAN MAY 


PROVO 


UIAH 








RAWLINGS LLOYO F 












RAWLINGS SHIRL J 


ROOSEVELl 


UTAH 


461 






Rawlins Clair kenneth 


GLENDALE 


CAL 


441 






RAWLINS VELOON LANE 


IDAHO FALLS 




188 






RAwLINS DOROTHY HELEN 




WASH 


237* 


380 




RAWLS FRANCIS JAMES 




ARIZ 


360 






RAWLS BARBARA ANN 


COVlNA 


CAL 


240 






RAWLINSON NANCY JEAN 


SAL! LAKE ctv 




380 






RAWLS JAMES FRANKLIN 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 




240 




RAWLINSON LEWIS EARL 


DELIA 


UTAH 


145* 


300 




RAWLINSON JOLENE RUTH 


NO HOLLYWOOD 


CAL 








RAwSON CAROLE LUClLE 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 


299* 


419 




hay Elaine 


MESA 


AH1Z 










TACOMA 


WASH 


19S* 


360 




RAY GLORIA JEAN 


MESA 


ARIZ 


223. 


+ 0<. 




RAY JANELLE 


MESA 


ARIZ 


243 






RAY LINDA MAhGAHET 


FT LAUDERDALE 


FLA 








RAY MICHEAL STANLEY 


ALBUOUEROUE 


N N 









RAYMANT ROBERT GRAHAM 


MONTREAL 


QUEb 


CAN 


162. 


4*6 


RAZASHAH SYED M 


OFF MOD 1 


OWN 




440 




RtAD NELSON RALPH 


PHOENIX 




AK1Z 






READ SONURA LYNN 


OREM 










READE DOROTHY DEAN 


LAS VEGA! 






245 




READ VICTORIA PAMELA 


■ATERTOWN 


MASS 


404 




READING BOBETTE 


scottsbluff 


NEBR 


441 




READING KATHIE 


SCOTTSBLUFF 


NEBR 


!«0 




READING CAROLYN 


CASIRO vt 




CAL 


263. 


360 


REAM ELISABETH t 


dingle 






2*3 




REAM ELDON DUNFOKU 


BERKELEY 


07 


CAL 






RtAM JOSEPH JAMES 


SPANISH ( 


ORK 


UIAH 






reams Elisabeth e 








160 




REAMS ARTHUR JAMES 


MIOVALE 




UTAH 


176. 


360 


REASOR SANDRA LEE 


RANDOLPH 




TtX 


245 




BEAM TONYA 








19S 




RlA* JON ROBERT 


OREM 










RED ROXANNE 








213 




Rtou GEORGE BYRON 


SONOMA 






126. 




REDU JEANNE KAY 


MOM ICt LI 










REDD HAROLD J 


BLANDING 








40* 


RtOU MARIS JOSEPHINE 


MONI ICELl 










RtDD SUZANNE 












REDD STERLING H 


SALT LAKt 




UlAH 


»19 




RtDO VERL CHESTER 


CANANEA 




HEX 


126. 


360 


fltODEN FRANML GAIL 


STOCKTON 




CAL 




21Bi 


REOFQRO ROBERT VAN 


BANCROFT 






183 




REDMOND ROGER wlLFORD 


EUREKA 




UIAH 






REECE SHERR1LYN JD 


phoenix 


11 


AH1Z 


380 




REECE WILLIAM PHILIP 


GROSSE Pt 




MICH 






RtEU CARL ■ JR 


OREM 




UTAH 






REEO ALAN 


EAST ELY 




NtV 






RiED DIXIE LEE 


MIUVALE 




UTAH 


404 




REED DIXIE DEL 


OAKLAND 


01 


CAL 




404 


REEU hAROlu NOLAN 














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MUNI 






HEED KAHtN LOUISE 


L>tNYLH 




CULO 


262. 


180 


HtED LORNA JEAN 


SANFUHU 




LULU 


151. 


2*3 


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PHOVO 










RtEU HITChEL LOuIS 


PHOVO 




UlAH 






RtEU NATALIE 


Ml OVALE 




UlAH 


360 




REED LARRY 








146 




HtED PATRICIA 


DENVER 




CULO 


191. 


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RtEDER LYNN B 


SPANISH 1 


HtEDER DtNNIS JAMES 


DALLAS 


HtEDtR EHLHLN L«VLNE 


OGDEN 


RtEDER C*ROL 


PROVO 


HtEDER RAY M 




RtEDER MARILYN 




REES JULLY LEE 


flohissai 


RtES ERNEST JUHN 


amekilan 


REES CLAIR FRANCIS 


PROVO 


REES RICHARD Dtt 


UGutN 


rees Gordon Thomas 


AMtHICAN 


RtES REBtCCA 


lUAHO FAI 



RtESE EDNA SCUII 
RttSE L INLA NAOMI 
REESE JOHN • JR 
RtESE LINDA 

RtESE ROBERT TOHGER 
REESE HUBERT AMEN! 
REEVE JANEI KAYL 
REEVE JO ANN 
RtEVE JULIANN L 
RttVE KAlHLEtN LUUISI 
RtEVE JANET 
RtEVE KAIHRYN 
REEVE LINDA ANN 
REEVES MARILYN 
HtEVES MICHAEL JACK 
REEVES LOUIS 
RtlCHERT ELIZABETH 
HtlCHE BHUCE WILLIAM 
REID CAROLYN R 
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Rt|0 JOAN SHIHl 
RtIO NORMA 
RtIO ROXANNA 
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RtNNIE HUBER1 
RtNELL JANICE 

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RtYNOLOS EVA JEAN 

RtYNOLOS ELWIN Ltt 

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REYNOLDS MAH( ANN 

RtYNOLDS neil Douglas 

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RICE ELIZADtTH Jl 
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CAL 2 74. 



RICE YVONNE JtAIEITE 


FRESNO 


02 


CAL 


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RICH ALAN MICHAEL 






CAL 


269, 


380 


RICH ALLTN FRANCIS 


1ACOMA 




wASH 


380 




RICH FRANKLIN BRENT 


MORGAN 




UIAH 


277. 


160 


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PHOVO 




UTAH 


199 




RICH KAIHERINt FtRN 


SLHENtCK 






15*. 


239 


RICH MICHAtL JOHN 


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CAL 






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HOStBUrtG 




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2*4. 


40* 


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PROVO 




UTAH 






RICHARDS BARBARA J 


SALT LaKt 


CTY 


uIAh 


213. 


260, 


RICHARDS EuwAHu HHtAD 


BURBANK 




CAL 


**2 




RICHARDS GHAN! LUND 


AHLRKAN 


fork 


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ROGERS KENNETH EUGENE 
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ROGERS MICHAEL 
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ROGERS ROSE ANN 
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ROSKELLEY LOatLL JOHN 
ROSkELlE* OIANE 

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ROUNDS JAT CAHMtH 
ROUNDS SUSAN AILEEN 
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ROUTSONG ROBERT • 
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ROVE FRED A 
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ROvEM RONALD DEAN 
ROWLAND GARY 
ROWLAND REbECCA 
ROWLETTE EVELYN L 
ROWLEY EVAN DEE 
ROWLET ELAINE 
ROWLE* DuDlE* JOHN 
ROWLEY HELEN 
RUWLET JAMES HOWAMO 
ROWLEY LOLA ANNE 
ROWLEY mar i am 
ROWLEY ROBERT NELSON 
ROWLEY ROGER PARa 
ROYER UTAHNA OAbN 
ROT LANCE JOAN 
ROYLANCE JUDITH AMNE 
ROTLANCE ROBERT t 
ROYLANCE SHARON LOIS 
ROTLE JAMES VINCENT 

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RuCHll ROSS OAh 
RUBOW WALTER STEVEN 
RUCKER WILLIAM SETh 
RUDO LTNOA LOU 
RUOD LARRY 
RUDO GARY LYNN 
RUEOIGER CARL HENRY 
RuFFMER WILLIAM - 
RuFLIN BLANCHE 

ruix philip Ellis 

RUGGlES SHARON IRENE 
RUGRAFF tARL ■;..'-. 
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RuMBALL JERRT DANIEL 
RUNTAN BONNIE JEAN 
RUN TAN RATMOND JOE 
RUNTAN DONALD WAYNE 
RUNYAN JUDITH ANN 
RUPPER HIChAEl REtu 
RuPPER VIRGINIA 
RUSH DORA ThERESA 

rusk jerrolo Glenn 

RUShTON SANORA LEE 
RuShTon JACK LOUIS JR 
RUSICK ROBERT FRANK 
RUSK JEANETTE 
RUSSELL GORDON F JR 
RUSSELL JEANEIIt a n 
RUSSELL NARY KATHLEEN 
RUSSELL TAMARA N 
RUSSELL SIDNEY MORRIS 
RUSSELL STEPHEN HATS 
RUSSON OAvlU STANlE' 
RUSSON KENT L 
RUSSON LAvtLL OWAYNE 
RUST DAVID WALKER 
RUST WILLIAM LUKE 
RUTlEDGE JAMES R 
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RUTTER ROBERT F 
RUTTCft KAREN ROSETTA 
RTOALCH KAY 
R'LlE ROBERTA JEAN 
RTGG BRUCE GLENN 
RTOMAH RICHARD KENT 
RYDALCH KENT MILES 
RTOMAN RONALD DAVIU 
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sabet wayne 
sadoun khaleo 
sager paul jones 
sager robert alton 
sageman karen ione 
sagers harlo -...-' 
sagers john david 
sainsburt patricia 1 

SAclESIEbA' VICTOR J* 
SALtAH JOZETIE j 
SAlEHPOUR KAfEM 
SAlEh FATEK KHALlL 
SALBACKA PHTLIS ANN 
SA L AR| AHMAD 
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SAMPSON KENNETH 


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SANDERSON JERRY L 
SANOCRSON SHARON i 
SANDERSON tflNM 
SANOIFF OAVIO LAvERN 
SANDOVAL ANITA 
SAAtOWU UAVID GORDON 
SANOSTNOM EOWARO ERIC 
SANFORD DONNA JEAN 
SANSOM SHARLENt b 
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SA«T CHARlENE 
SANNAR RONALD HOWARO 
SANT KATMLtEN T 
SANTOS SHIRLE* JEAN 

sarocnt Floyd newel 

SARGENT DtANNE 
SARGENT NCR* IS 
SARRAF MAOl NE2A1 
SARRET KAREN FAY 
SATXR ROBERT LEE 
SATTERLEE DEE M 
SASS DONNA LEE 
SASINC KENNETH PAUL 
SAUM JUDT KAY 
SAUNOCRS LARR* E 
SAVAGE GATLIE ANNE 
SAUNOCRS FRANK . 
SAUNOCRS CARHA GWEN 
SAUNDERS CAROL JEAN 
SAUNOOKC OSLE* a JR 
SAUNDERS RONALD A 
SAUNOCRS NANC* LEE 
SAvAGC KATHLEEN ANN 
SAVAGE DAVID EARL 
SAVAGE DON HANSEN 
SAVAGE RONALD ELlON 
SAVAGE ROBERT ANTHONY 
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SAICR ALTON huGh 
SAsTON GLADYS C 
SAYER KEN L 
SAVER SANORA JILL 
SBRAGIA GEORGIA LEANN 
SCHAAP NARILTN 
SCARBOROUGH PATRICIA 
SCARBOROUGH RUSSELL N 

SCARBER Fannie louise 

SCEARCE MARIE UtCKER 
SCALMANIN1 JAMES R 
SCHAAP KENNETH RENE 
SCALNANIN] JOHN C 
SCaRBROuGh LINDA C 
SCARRY LORETTA ANN 
SCHAERRER DOUGLAS - 
SCHACFERMETER VONNIE 
SCHADC DAvID ORION 
SCHAMC RUIH VILAIE 
SCHAUMANN jON PETER 
SChauERmamer Thclma m 
SChauERS MARILTN 

SChEMPP LLOYD WlLLIAN 
SCHELLlMGER DAvIJ k 
SCHENK SANORa lEE 
SCHEuRN JERRt l 
SChCuER > i.s ANN 
SCHIESS batnE GORDON 
SCHILLEN JACK CASPER 
SCHlLL GERhaRd u 
SCHIESS ALYCE CAROL B 
SCHICKEDAN2 RICHARD L 
SCHIESS MILQRtU 
SChINHER DAVIO m 

schlieper arthur ■ 
schlappi larry r 
scmlag alfred leroy 
schlink Cheryl ann 
schlink janelle 
sChlutz Susan gate 

SChlEGEL ShERRT KAY 

SChlecknann jolene 
SCHM1D JOHN richaro 
schmidt Christine l 
schmidt jr archimedes 
schmidt joann Claire 
schmidt maralyn 
schmidt roberta j 
schmuhl Albert p jr 
schneider uarrel lee 
schneider albert r£i 

SCHOENFELD VAlORIE 
SCHOF1ELU LOUIS F JR 
SLHOFIELU MAOUt 

SChOLES mart m 
SChOONMAKER ROBERT C 
SCnOlFIELD ANNE 
SChOLES LAuREl JANE 
SChOLES ROBERT M 

scholes harold kat 
schow cheryl kay 
SChow Olivia jean 
scow matlon wilson 

SChREDER ELAINt L 
SCHRADER CHERYL R*t 
SCHRE1NER hAROAREI 
SCHREFFLtR DENNIS . 
SCHRAOER DAVID F 
SCHREIBER ERLENE 
SChROEOER DONALD b 

schrimsmire thaniel 
schroath Thomas 

SCHRODER KAThERInE J 
SCHROEDTER DOROTht M 
SCHfllEVER MART ANN 

schuck karen 
schulTz Susan 
schul2 pierre 

SChulT* ROBERT balTER 
SChrimshirE SIEPhANIE 

SChuTZ THOMAS ..."!' 
SCHUMANN C GARN 
SCHUTZ PIERRE MARCEL 
SCHWAB MERLIN DEAN 
SCHWARTZ KAREN 
SCHWENDIMAN LDRRAINt 
SChwENOIMAN DEbAtnE 
SCHWENOINAN CAROL J 
SLHWENUIMAH JOHN .-.-.. 
SCHWENOINAN carl J 
SC0RES8T ALVIN LYNN 
SCORE SB T juNEvt 

SChow Cheryl kay 

SCOH CHARLES REl 

scon darlEnE S 

SCOH DONNA VALEKIE 



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UlAH 




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CAL 




FORI *. 


HUNT 




OREM 


uiah 




ALIA0ENA 


CAL 




bOISE 


IDA 


•06 


BOISE 


IUA 


26V| 


GRIOLt* 


CAL 




WHITEHALL 




IBli 


MODESTO 


CAL 


2S3i 


UCOfl 


IUA 




■ONlELLO 


NtV 


2 79 


KOMBAU 


IN AN 


•20 


LAS VEGAS 


NtV 


2*1, 


ROOSEVELT 


UlAH 




ALBMfUERUUE 






■H|TII£R 


CAL 


1W*>1 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 




mcminnvillE 


ORE 




VALE 


ORE 


•20 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


• •2 


bLACKFOOT 


IUA 


•20 


REDONJO bEACh 


CAL 




ChENOKEE 






bLACKFOOl 


IDA 




LOS ANGELtS 


CAL 




StAllLE 




IN 


SALl LAKE CT> 


UlAn 


• S3 


PROVO 


UTAH 




SALT LAU CI* 


UlAH 


27S 


BuRLE* 


IUA 


6*2 


KEbmERCR 


■ *0 




LOS ALAMIIUS 


CAL 


•S3 


LOS ALIOS 


CAL 




PnOtNIK 


ARIZ 


... 


IDAHO FALLS 


IU* 


ZOB. 


ANACONDA 


HON I 




LOS ANGtLES •) 


CAL 


2 6*. 


HAT«ARU 


LAL 


tti 


KtlCHUM 


IUA 




IGNACIO 


COLO 




UKIAH 


CAL 


620 


PROVO 








CAL 


277, 


ENGLEbOOU 






L1TTLEION 


CuLO 


1*6 


PROVO 






SEbAMD 




26S. 


PORTLAND 


OMt 


•0* 


SALl LAKt CI* 


UlAH 


• 0* 



SALT LAKt CT 



scon 


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ttEOFORO 


SCOT! 


DAVID LAMAR 


HAalHONNt 


SCOTI 


GAR* NEIL 


flauiaff 


SLOIt 


GLEN clation 


CALUAHT AL> A 


SCO IT 




BOULDER CUT 




LATntRINE tVt 


HATMARD 


scon 




CASPER 


SCOTI 


JEFFRE* IHOMAS 


RtSEDA 


scon 


KENT JOEL 


PROVO 


scon 


KRISTIN ANN 


EMMETT 


SCOT! 


JEAN LORRAINE 


WARDEN GROVE 


scon 


LINOA Ltt 


Caihelnial C11 


scon 


LOUISE 


AMERICAN FOMl 


scon 


MAA LEE 


PROVO 


scon 


■ ARGARtl CAROL 


tUGCNE 


scon 


MERRILL HENSON 




scon 


NONA SOt 


mCdFOnu 


scon 




IOAHU FALLS 


SCO M 


ROONC) CHABLtS 


BOZEMAN 


SCOulEN PAIRICK D 


UARUE6 vROTt 


SCROGGS ROBERT ANSON 


BAT SIDt 


SCROGGINS JO* ELLIN 


HlLBRUCCC 


StAlL* 


1 DAVIU ERIL 


SAil LAKt CIi 




1 ICRHY NOAAO 




SiANOMS JEANEIIt 


CHINOOK 


StAMOMS bLAINE LAvlRt 


PRCSION 


StANONS UUlNION FRANA 


CHINOOK 


StAMONS UAVID lAVlOH 


LA CANADA 


StANONS KANtN 


SAN DIEGO 


SKAMONS NOMMAM B 


S.PRINUVILLL 


SIANONS IERRT ROoERI 


LA LANAdA 


SLARLC 


CAROL 'AT 


■JStS L»*t 


StARLC 


CWtLYN 


HURRA* 


SCARlC 


DOROTht tlLtt* 


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StARLE 


LINUA 


AMERICAN FORI 


SCARCE 


LAURA 


VERNAL 


SCABLE 


LAWRENCE ■ 


**E*|LAN FUNt 


SCARLE 


MARIETTA 


PROVO 


SLARLt 


BOBERI MAI 


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SLARLf 


RAMON scon 


PLtAiAMT Wl 


StANLE 


S»tRltNE 


SALT LAtt CH 


StARS 


OAMItL Thomas 
MNNT 


BRIDGtPOMT 


StBRING ROB 


SUNLANO 


SECGNI 


LLtR GARTH C 


PROVO 


SLAVER 


CAROL DIANE 


UNA 


SCCRIS 


I JERRT LIBOR. 


ST ANlHOM* 


SCCNRCS1 «**Nt A 


MOUNT AlflT 



PROVO 


uTAn 




SANl A MONICA 


CAL 




SEAITLt IS 


■ ASH 




COL DUSLAN 






SANTA MONICA 






bERKELE* 


CAL 




PROVIDENCE 


UTAH 




GLENDALE 02 


CAL 


2 69 


PORTSMOUTH 






FILLMORE 


UTAH 


302. 


Ch£Y£NNE 


■ *0 


.3* 


MESA 


ARIZ 


226 


MtSA 


ARU 




SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


• 2 


AMERICAN FOR* 




203i 


TOREK* 




16*. 


MONTPELItR 


IUA 


• S3 


SAL' LAKE LTT 


UlAH 


382 


PORTu ALEGMt 


bHAZ 




GLENDORA 


CAl 


2*7 


■ JORDAN 


UTAH 


•0* 


KANSAS CIT* 




jb; 


CONCORD 


CAL 




CARUSTON ALIA 


CAN 


3S2 


CAROSION ALIA 


CAN 


•0* 


LOVELOCK 


NtV 


1*1. 


LAfAlETTt 




3B2 


lakEvIEw 


ONE 




LONG OEACH 






LOGAN 


UTAn 


l lb. 


SALl LAKE CIT 


UTAH 


ili> 


THE DALLES 


ONE 


IUi 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 




PROVO 




262 1 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UlAH 


193. 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 




TOPLtT b C 






AUBURN 


CAL 


!•• i 


SPRlNGVILLt 


UTAH 




CLEAR* ItLU 


Pa 




SI LOUIS 10 


-O 




AMERlLAN FORK 


UlAH 




LANSING 


MICH 




MACON 


GR 




OE I RO 1 T 


MICH 


166, 


LOS ANGELtS 




2 3* 


SOUTH GATE 


CAL 


663 


SPRINu.Illc 




620 


LAKESIDE 


AN 12 


••3 

2«* 
1T7 




nICh 




SPOKANE 


■ ASH 




'T LEVENaUMTH 


KAN 




PROVO 


UTAH 




COVIN* 


CAL 


»a2 


CENTRAL POlNl 


ORE 




CORAOPODS 


PA 


231. 


CHARLESTON 


B VA 


231. 


CONNELL 


■ A*H 


2T1 


SAN JOSE 2* 


LAL 




FNtEPORI 


ILL 




PULLM-N 


WASH 


2 70 


ION A 




2T« 


ION A 


IUA 


2 32 ■ 


tbin falls 


IUA 




LtHI 




113 


ATLHCN ONIARI 


CAN 


-g: 


PASADENA 


Ul 


2*9, 


BEOFORO 


INU 


•20 



it.. UNI, j,. 



ASH 26G. 3B2 



475 



StOAR 


ROGER 


KAI 


sidgw 


t* VI 




StDGw 


ck uu 




SEClt 




StELE 
StELE 


L*UH 


FLO 


StELE 


E*RL 


JUj-_ 


StELc 


iI.HU 


ttrt 


Sttlt 




t Ih 


SULT 


DOROTHY 01 


SLELY 


UKIt 


(Oil 


StELT 


EO-IN 




SEEL* 


UOTLt 


fa 


steLT 






btfcLt 


TEHHCl 






SHAuN 




SlEman FKAM 




St£ IhALI« U 




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Mlwi 


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>ts.-l<jNS l*a*snl 


S-SS1JNS ShAMun 




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Slthquh tony 


JHADAF2A A-JULHAS 


SHAFfcR DIANE 


iHAFIER LHtHRTL 


Sha~ RAMESH C 



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CAL J 62 

jHt 263. 362 



2 71. jsi 



SH*Rp MART FRANCIS 


SMI1HFIELU 


UTAH 


112 




SHARP HILTON L 


LAS VLOAS 


NEV 


IT* 




SHARP PAUL KAY 


POCATELLO 








SHARP PAMELA NtAHAH 




■ VA 


H9 




SHARP ROHALU tTHAN 


BURUANK 


CAL 






SHARPE ROBERT HUGH 


ATLMtK ONI 


CAN 


IH 




SHARPS CHARLES JOSEPH 


OIL "ONI 




1VS 


112 


SHARP RALPH LEON JR 


BOUNI IFUL 


UTAH 






SHAM BARBARA 


LEHI 


UTAH 






i«i« OOU&LAS GILBERT 


CHAMLUlTt 


N C 


4*1 




SHAM DON U 


PROVO 


UTAH 






S"Am KARNEN RUtH 


OKEM 


UTAH 


4 00 


*>0> 


SHAH LlNuA LIUIl 


COLORADO SRR 


CULO 


JAT 


MS 


MAN JOAN HtLLEN 


1NGLEH0O0 


CAL 


ibO 


203 


SHAw MtftLENt 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SHA- ROSALIL 


SALT LAKL 


UlAH 


A*) 




SUA- .TEP MEN HENMT 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CAL 






SHAM STANFORD ELLISON 


LAS VEfaAS 




lift 


M9 


SHEAN OlANfc HAt 


SANtA BAROARA 


CAL 


Hi 


A0> 


SHEA GlENhOOD M 


HONOLULU 


HAH 


2T* 




SHEETS KAtHRYN OGDEN 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


• D» 




SHEETS LILLIE BELLE 


HUNTSVILLE 


ALA 






SheelEt RICHARD MOAtS 


HERSHET 


PA 






SHEFER PAI 






2*2 




SHtFFIEU SHAUNA 


Dr. IGHAM 


UTAH 


391 




SHEFFIELD nlLLIAN F 


ORIGHAM CUT 




.V(. 


A20 


S«tFFtlLU SHAUNA 






217 




SHELL KAREN UARLENt 


UNODERICK 


CAL 


1T6 




SHELLEMBtRGtR TtHMY 


MILTON 








.■"tut' RObtRI UUHCAN 




UlAH 






SHELTON BURTON R 


UCON 


IDA 


*20 




SHELTON ".'.. 1 TH ANNE 


MIDVALE 


UlAH 


111 




SHEPARO CARL KM JR 


ESCONDlUU 


CAL 






SHEPHERD AHLENE 


PROVO 








SHEPHERD DAvlD R 


MESA 


AM If 


USi 


**3 


shepard Charles a 


HASHlNTON lb 




i«i 




SHECPARO DAVIO 


REOhOUO CUT 


CAL 


*0S 




SHEPHERD CAHOLTN 


ROOSEVELT 




20St 


1B3 


SHEPPAHU DAVIO 






2 79 




SHEPHtRU CAHOLYN 


ROOSEVELl 








SHEPHERD UAvlU R 


MESA 








SHEPHERD JANEI t 


ROOSEVELT 


UtAH 






SHEPPARO GLORIA vAust 










9HEPPAR0 wii.L i*h ■ 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 






SHEPPARD LINDA J 


TEMPE 


ARU 


121. 


*0S 


SHEPHERD SHIRLEY RAE 


LGVmH 


UTAH 






SHEPICH WALTER J 


SAN DIEGO 


CAL 






SHERMAN HART JEAN 


'-"14.4 


1UHA 


♦ 20 




SHERROD KAThERINE g 


SANTA KOSA 


CAL 






SHERaOOO FRANCINE E 




CAL 






SHERWOOD OARRTL GENE 


lThurdg alia 


CAN 






SheHhOOD JAT atSLLT 


NEPHl 


UlAH 






SHERhOOD HART SUSAN 


MONTROSE 


CAL 


*0S 




Shibuta SIlVEN bhian 


HONOLULU 


HAM 


it,b 




shields Clair harot 




CAN 


11*. 


lit*. *•) 


SHIELDS JERRT 


BHIDgELAND 


UTAH 


201. 


kOi 


SHIELDS JOHN WILLIAM 


TOOELE 


UTAH 






SHIELDS HUBERT GLENN 


S CURRENT SAK 


CAN 






SHIELDS ROSE MART 


ROOSEVELl 


UtAH 






SHI" SHIRlET AN LHIh 


[A|Ptl 1*1. AN 


CHIN 


All 




SHILL GEORGIA V*L 


PHOENIi oa 


*- 1.'. 






SHIHODA MART JANE 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


212 




SHIMATSU RODfatM p- 1 ■•:.'.. 


LOS ANGELES 10 


CAL 


3B1 




SHINGLEtUN JEMFtR V 


SAL! LAKE ClT|7 


UTAH 






SHJPlEt GORDON F 


MAPLEION 


UIAm 






ShJPLET BARTON F 


LTNNOTL 


UTAH 






SHIPP CHARLtS tOnlN 


SALl LAKb CI>09 


UTAH 


ib>. 


AOS 


SHIPP GRETHE KATHLEEN 


RICHLAND 


HASH 


21* 




Sh£PP|CK GATE LYNN 




CAL 


)•) 




SHIPPEN EhMETT JAT 




IDA 






SHIRlET VAL GENE 


RUBURG 








SHOOK RON 






1ST 




SHOEMAKER JANE C 


UROANA 




iti 




SHOEMAKER KtLSEY C 


ORAPER 


UlAH 






SHORT SU2ANNE 


PORTLAND 


ONE 


111 




SHOWN BARI MU6EKTA 


LAS VEGAS 


NbV 


211. 


• OS 


SHOiALIER RALfH V 






1*1. 


*A1 


SHRIVER PAMELA lynne 


EUGENE 


ORE 


171. 


2S«. 313 


SHROPSHIRE JACUUELINE 


HAGERSTOwN 


MO 


ids 




SHULET RON CENE 


CATHlAhET 




SB) 




SHUMATE NEIL RENNIS 


HAYWARD 


CAL 






SHUMATE ETHAN C 


HAYMARD 








S.HOMATE JUDITH M 




CAL 






SHUMWAT ANONA 


MESA 


AMI/ 


)9J 




S"UMWAT DEAN CARROLL 




UlAn 


J«) 




STUM-HAT UK* tLMER 


LTNHUOO 


CAL 


ill 




SHUMRAT DIANE 


PHOENIA 








SHUMUAT OEMATNt J 


BLAND 1 NO 


UTAH 






SHUMHAT CHARLES L 


REStRVE 




ITTi 


2 10 


ihumwAT tRIC BRANDON 


SI JOHNS 


AH|/ 






.":.■»»*' GARY i. 


flLANDIMfa 


UTAH 






SHUMMAT FRANCINE 


BLANDINO 


UTAH 


242 






RESERVE 




20*. 


219. 3*1 




PRESTON 


IDA 


HO. 


2 30. *0S 


SHUM«AT JUUIlH ANN 


SIOCKION 


CAL 






SHUMHAT JED KENT 


MESA 


AM 11 






SHUMWAT MART LEE 


bLANDING 


UTAH 






SHUMMAT MTRTLt 


RESERVt 






Mil A20 


SnoMHAT MERRILL utt 


■ FHANKFURI 


ILL 






SHUMRA' RE« *ATN£ 


BLANDING 


UTAH 


1*1. 


*»3 


.," i-.1t VERLTN 


UHEM 


UTAH 






ShuPE LARRT LtE 


CEDAR VALLtT 


UtAH 


Ill 




shuRTlEFf ltnn r 


vallejo 


CAL 






SHURlLIFF UONAlO C 


Overton 


NEV 






SHuRtLIFF JOSEPHINE 


Overton 


NEV 


^)0 




jH'jBIi' GARROlO ClEvE 


■ASHOUGAL 


HASH 






SHJOElER CAROL JO 


NEVADA 


MO 






S1AU ROGER MAURICE 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 






S1UBEIT ROSETTE FATE 


SPOKANE 03 


HASH 




383 


SIDOOHAT CHARTL ANITA 


VERNAL 


UTAH 






SIA JAVIJ SANOT 


MIRAFLORtS LI 


PtRU 






SIBHETI LTMAN CLTUE 


OPPORIUNITT 


HASH 


2 7*. 


277. AOS 


SIEUER JOANNE MARIE 


SHEbOYbAN FLS 


als 






slEPRA KtNNETM ROLF 


RLOMOOO CUT 


CAL 






SIE'ERT hORSI F 


IURONTO UN! OS 


CAN 


Ill 




SlEVERTS KATHLEEN 


SAl! LAKE CtY 


UTAH 






SILL BlLLIAM DUDLEY 


LAS VEGAS 








SlLBER JOAN OAHBARA 


SILVER SPRING 


NO 






SlLLITO OAVlD MtLVIN 


EDMONTON ALIA 


CAN 






SILL CAROLYN 






lb J 




blLVER GaENOOLTN R 


HOLLAQAT it 


UTAH 


12*. 


Ml 


SILVER MARJORIE 






^*T 





SIMMS BARBARA 






211 




SIMMONS JERRY JACKSON 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SIMMONS LEROY ALLAN 


DETROIT 27 








', JM-_.fi 1|[.. 






12* 




SIMMS BARBARA JtAN 


StATtLE 




19* 


111 


SIMMONS VIRGINIA SUE 


PROVO 




•■os 




SIMMONS THOMAS HAYNE 


IDAHO FALLS 


IDA 






SlMMONDO C H 






1*1 




SlMOM VICKIE DAMN 


COEuRO ALENE 


IDA 


!•» 




SlMONOS JUDITH DAVIS 


LACONIA 




»*s 




SIMOHIAN SIRAGAN S 


KARM 2EUOUR 




lb2 


211. *2o 


SIMON VICKIE .".'. 


COEURU ALENE 


IDA 






SIMONS CONSTANCt I 


ADA 


MICH 


*01 




SlMUNS HAROLD JAMES 


NAUGAIUCK 


CONN 






SIMONS GRANT OUANE JR 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






SIMONS QUAY MARTtLL 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 






SIMONSON IRENE 


PhOENIK 31 


AMli 


Itl 




SIMPER AuSI IN JR 


HOLBROOC 




2*3. 


302. 363 


SIMPSON KENT RALPH 


PROVO 








SIMPSON KATHLEEN 


HAMILTON 


MUNI 


31) 




SIMPSON RICHARD HUNT 


palo alto 


CAL 


1** 


ISO 


SIMPSON ShIRlEE ANN 


NAMPA 


10A 


204. 


22S. *20 


SIMS MARGARET LANORA 


CI TRUS HEIGHT 








SIMS BRUCE RUSSELL 


YUBA LI TT 


CAL 






SlMS PATRICIA ANN 


CITRUS HEIGHT 


CAL 


*4> 




SlNOEL juDIIH K 


FT BRAGG 


CAL 






SINCLAIR KATHT Su£ 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UtAH 


401 




sInuEl oavid arihur 


FORT BRAGG 


CAL 


2T0 




SINAN ARIF ABDUL GHAN 




IHAO 






SINGER MARIE GOLIMA 


TONALEA 


ARIZ 


111 




SINGLETON LINDA 


CLEARFIELD 


UTAH 






SlNTIC JOSEPH STEPHEN 


SuOBURT ONI 


CAN 


420 




SINGLCT EILEEN DELL 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


22* 




SINGLET GART BRADFORD 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


1*\ 




SIR SULETKAN 


NO 29 ANKORA 


Turk 


16* 




..IsRinE hElEN AFTON 


PORtLANO 16 


ORE 


209 




SI2EMORE RICHARD R 


HOUSTON 


TEX 


311 




SITES DONNA FERN 


BREMER 


ME 


219 




SKEEM RAE VON 


BRT COLUMBIA 


CAN 


114. 


22S, *0S 


SKAOfaS DONNA JUNE 


HHJIT1ER 


CAL 






SKAROA STEPHEN THOMAS 


COV1NA 




267 


3S3 


SKELTON ROBERI L 


NEEDLES 


CAL 


111 




SKIDMORE DIANE 


uAlNUT CREEK 


CAL 


204. 


*20 


SUDMORE MERETTA C 


CONCORD 


CAL 


212 


313 


SKINNER KATMRYN ETTA 


60/EMAN 


MONT 


^36 




skinner Elsie jean 


LEHI 


UtAH 






SKINNER JUUY LTNNE 


POCATELLO 


IDA 


219 




SKINNER EILEEN 


SUNLANO 


CAL 


19) 


211 


SKINNER DALE E 


SALT LAKE C Ob 


UtAH 






SKOUSEN UAvlO CLEON 


SALT LAKE LIT09 


U'AH 


401 




SKOUSEN JULIANNt 


SALT LAKE CTY09 


UtAH 


120. 


383 


S'OUSEN LINOA 


MESA 


AMU 


21T. 


2*3. 3M3 


SKOUSEN KATHERINE I 


CHANDLER 


AMU 


Ill 


3S3 


SKOUSEN PAIRICIA JEAN 


MESA 


ARU 


201 




SKOUSEN HILLARD R 


MESA 


ARU 






SKRAENAS RONALD D 


OREH 








SKOH JUDITH KAY 


■ALLA HALLA 




111 




SLACK LINOA 


SOUTH GATE 




it.) 


**3 


SLACK ROBERT A 


CtDAR CI TT 


UtAH 


»■)» 




SLAUE BEtH 


KAYSVILLE 


UtAH 


210. 


60) 


SLAOE BONNIE HOHR1GAN 


CASTRO VALLtT 




141 




SLAOE LAGRAND A 


HESPERUS 


COLO 


111 




SLADE FRANCIS SHtLDON 


HESPERUS 


COLO 


*01 




SLAOE JAMES LYNN JR 


OVEHION 


NEV 


id) 




slaoe janet Elaine 


HOL BROOK 


AHU 


211. 


363 


SLAOOhSKI hIlLIAm h 


MOUNTAIN VIED 


HYO 


A01 




SLAGLE ALMA RUTH 


SCOTTSDALE 


ARU 


*01 




slater lOu Burton 


HAHOIN 


MONT 






SLATER OEANNA KAl 


OGDEN 


UtAH 


401 




SLATER CHARLES HOMER 


HUNTINGTON BE 


CAL 


S10 




SLAUGH NANCY LYNN 


ABERDEEN 


IDA 


172 




SLAU6H EVELYN ANNE 




UtAH 






SLAUGHTER NICHOLAS R 


BAKERSFIELD 


CAL 


420 




SLAUGHTER - ARTHUR 


ALPINE 


AHU 


ITT. 


2*7. 3b 3 


SLAUGHTER JANICE C 


ALPINE 


ARU 


*»3 




SLEATER VICKI RAE 


COUPE V ILL £ 


HASH 


420 




SLINK SANDRA KAT 


SALT LAKt CTY 


UTAH 


242 




SLINKARD VIRGINIA V F 


STElLACOOM 


HASH 


111 




5LOCUM CHERTL JEAN 


RICHFIELD 21 


MINN 


1 IS 


383 


SLT VALERIE GAY 


JACKSON 0* 


MISS 


ITT. 


19*. *2 


SLY VICKI JO 

SMALE BARRT ALBERT 


HEMET 

NAPIER 


CAL 
N 2 






SMART DAVIO HAYNE 


RElttuRG 




127. 


620 


SMART JAMES LEE 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 


1»S 


34 7. *20 


SMART JAT RICHARD 






390 




SMART! PHILANDER K JR 


CHATTANOOGA 


TENN 






SMART ThERON OAV1U 


CULVER CUT 


CAL 






SM£AL bERNICE 


HORR1SOALE 




211. 


38 3 


SmEAIh SUSAN GAtlE 


MOOES TO 


CAL 


221 




SMEATk MART CHRISTINE 


MODESTO 


CAL 


lli 




SMEOlEY ALAN THURGOOD 


latton 








SMIGELSKI LEOPOLD B 


N AUG A TUCK 


CONN 


*os 




SMILEY GART STEPHEN 


VISTA 


CAL 


313 




SNJLET GART STEPHEN 


VISTA 


CAL 






SMI Ih ADA RACHEL 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


241. 


*05 


SMITH ALAN ROBERT 


ALPINE 


UTAH 






■:.-! 1- ALBER!A LEIGH 


ELKLAND 


HO 


363 




SM| IH AMY JUNE 


SALT LAKE CtY 


UTAH 






SM|!h ALEXANDER R 


BEVERLY HILLS 


CAL 


363 




SMUm ARMOND LEROT 


PROVO 


UTAH 


»»3 




SMITH ARVA MERCER 


PRICE 


UTAH 






SMITH BARTON ALAN 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


3*3 




SMITH BARBARA KAT 


LAIC 




3*9 




SMITH BARCLAY E JR 


SAN CARLOS 


CAL 


2T9 




SMITH BETTY LYNNE 


SALt LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


111 




SMITH BURL JEANETTE 


ANTIOCH 


CAL 


■?63. 


383 


SMITH STANLEY BRENT 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 






SMITH BRuCE «AY 


CARMANGAY ALT 


CAN 






SM|TH BRUCE MICHAtL 


RICHLAND 


■ ASH 


219 




SMITH CAROLYN JUNE 


MODESTO 


CAL 


;i7 




SM|tH CAROLE ANN 


NAPA 


CAL 


ibi 




SM| Ih CHERTL DEE 


OAKLAND 02 


CAL 


211 




smi th charlotte E 




UTAH 


219 




SMITH CHARLOTTE 


CHEVY CHASE 


MO 


J«3 




SMJTH CHRISTINE J 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


IS2i 


•09 


SM|Th CHARLOTTE 


CHEVY CHASE 


no 






SM|Th CLAUDIA JOAN 


HEBER 


UTAH 


217* 


240. 18 3 


SMITH CLAUDIA JOAN 


HEBER 


UTAH 






SM|1H CLYDE LESLIE 


RALEIGH 




313 




SM|tH CRAIG C 


BLACKFOOT 




311 




SMITH CRAIG RICHARDS 


SPRINGVILLE 








SM| TH COLLEEN BATES 


HHITTIER 


CAL 


41* 




SMITH DARREL 






270 




SMITH DAVIU MARSHALL 


PROVO 


UtAH 






SMITH DAPHNE E 


COLORADO SPRS 


COLO 


»*3 




smith oennis Oliver 


RENO 




iTB. 


313 


SMITH DENNIS HARVEY 


REOONDO BEACH 


CAL 


271* 


211 


SM|Th DIANE 


GRANAOA HILLS 








SMt TH oonna 


PROVO 


UTAH 


111 




SMITH DOUGLAS NIVEN 


CORTE MAOERA 


CAL 






SMITH DORA JEANNETTE 


CASA GHANOE 


AHU 






SMITH OUANE N 


OR EM 


UtAH 






SMITH EOITH ELAINE 




MASH 






smith Elaine 


CENTERVILLE 


UtAH 


211 




SMITH ELI2AbETH .«- 


OGDEN 


UTAH 


id) 




SMITH ELSA MARIE 




UTAH 


*0i 




SMITH EHMETT HUGHES 


hEyUURN sask 


CAN 


319. 


320 


smith Ella marie 


GRAND FK AFB 


N 






SMITH EUGENE EDhARD 


CONCORD 


CAL 


Ill 




SMITH FLORENCE MAE 


Philadelphia 




111 




SMITH FORREST CLINTON 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 






SMITH FRANCINE 










SMITH GEOFFRET f 


FAIRBORN 


OHIO 


*os 




SMITH GARY EUGENE 


TUStIN 


CAL 


199, 


273 


SM| Th GENE SIANFORO 


IDAHO FALLS 




161 




SM|Th GEORGIA K 


MILMAUKIE 22 


OM£ 


363 




SM| Th GERALD ALLEN 


LYNWOOO 


CAL 


363 




SM| Th GERALD JAMES 


tOOELE 








smi th Glenn bona 


PAYSON 


UtAH 






smith Gladys ■ 


HURRAY OT 


UTAH 






SMITH GORDON RATMOND 


HINNIPEG MAN )9 


CAN 


IB*. 


409 


SM| TH GORDON MALIN 


LEHI 


UTAH 


**3 




SMITH GRACE MARIE 


BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


160. 


21). 401 


SM|tH HAROLO HATCH JR 


HEBER 


UTAH 


420 




SMItH HELEN MARIE 


PHOENlK 06 


AHU 


22*. 


•OS 


SM| Ih HERMAN 






i JS 




SMITH HQHARO PETE 


BILLINGS 


MONT 


3*7. 


620 


SM| Th HOHARD DuANE 


F ILLMOHE 


UTAH 


*»3 




SMITH JACQUELINE 


MAYNE 


MICH 






SMITH JAMES ANOREh 


SANIAQutN 


UtAH 






SMITH JAMES MElvIN 


BURbANK 


CAL 


279 




SMITH JAMIE 


MESA 


ARU 






SM|Th JAMES A 


BELLMORE 




162. 


k*8 


SM|IH JAMES NORMAN 


FARMINGTON 




»»3 




SM|Th JANETT LUCILLE 


VALLEJO 


CAL 






SMITH JANET 


LEHI 


UTAH 


420 




smith jane Ellen 


EUGENE 


ORE 


363 




SMITH JANET E 


PASAOENA 


CAL 


401 




SMITH JERRY WARD 


OREM 


UTAH 


197. 


211 


SMITH JERRT KAT 


MANASSA 


COLO 


»o> 




SMITH JOANNE 


SAL I LAKE CtYOA 


UTAH 






SM| TH JOAN 


BELLMORE 




242 




SMITH JONATHAN MONROE 


DELHAT HtACH 


FLA 






SM| TH JOSEPH M 


LOS ALAMl IOS 


CAL 






SMITH JUDY KAY 


VENfURA 


CAL 


19*. 


2*4. Ill 


SM| TH KAREN IRENE 


TAR2ANA 




2*». 


2*3 


SMITH KAREN GAY 


SEAtTLE 


■ASH 


40) 




SMITH KENDALL NEVE 


ST ANIHONT 


IDA 






SMI Th KENNETH OOTLE 


HEBER 


UTAH 


211 




SMI IH KENNETH STARR 


COMPION 


CAL 






SM| tH KENNETH M JR 


CASTRO VALLET 


CAL 


313 




SMITH LARRT DEE 


OAKLAND 


CAL 


Ml 




SMITH LAWRENCE f 


H HARTFORD 


CONN 


lilt 


*20 


SMITH LARA1NE 


NORTHMIDfaE 


CAL 


363 





SMITH 


LAWRENCE b 


Rupert 


IDA 


2 79 




SM| Th 


LEGRANDE GEORGE 


AMERICAN FORK 


UtAH 






SM] Th 


LELA MAT 


BURLINGAME 


CAL 


**J 




SMITH 


LEOLA JOAN 


WEISER 








SM| TH 


LEON JAY 


6R10LET 


CAL 


»0i 




SM| Th 


LEO CLIFFORD 


OREM 


UTAH 






SMITH 


LESLIE RALPH 


ALAMOSA 


COLO 


i\\ 


38) 


SMITH 


LINOA 










SM| IH 


LINDA 


SALT LAKE CTY 




tilt 


298. 2V9 


SMITH 


LILLIAN KAYE 


SALt LAKE CtTOS 








SM|IH 


LOUISE 


SHELLEY 


IDA 


23*. 


36) 


SM| IH 


LOUIS EARL 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 






SMITH 


LYNN t 


PROVO 


UtAH 








LUTHER HACEN 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SMITH 




DRAPER 


UTAH 






SMITH 


MADELINE LOUISE 


ONTARIO 


CAL 






SMITH 


MARGARET ANN 


PASADENA 


CAL 


229 


3*3 


SMITH 


MARGARET MADENA 


SANtA ROSA 


CAL 






SM|lH 


MARILYN JEAN 


COOS BAY 


OHEG 






SMITH 


MARION K 


SPRINGVILLE 


UTAH 






SM|TH 


MARIE 






221 






MARLENE ELLEN 


MESA 


ARU 






SMITH 


MARSHA JANE 


LAS VEGAS 


Nbv 






SM| IH 


MAURICE ■ 


PALO ALIO 


CAL 


»*3 




SMITH 


MERLIN ALUR1S 


S*Ll LAKE CIY 


UTAH 






SMITH 


MICHAEL PIPKIN 




UTAH 


111 




SM| IH 


MONTE GENE 


SCOITS BLUFF 


NEB 


11* 


420 




NANCY LOU 






)13 




SMITH 


NEIL BRUCE 


DRAPER 


UTAH 


311 




SMITH 


NORMAN FACKHELL 


PRESTON 


IDA 


121 


3*7. 4*3 


SM|TH 


NORMAN EDWIN 


ESTACAOA 


ORE 


213 




SMITH 


PATRICIA RUMSET 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UtAH 


**3 




SM|TH 


paul Thomas 






ibl 




SM|TH 


PERCY LESLIE 


TEMPLE VlEM 










PENELOPL LOUISE 


CORONAUEL MAR 


CAL 


21* 


60) 


SM|IH 


PEGGY 






2*7 




SM|TM 


RANDY HARRIS 


SCOITS BLUFF 


NEB 


169 


»0) 




RALPH JAE 


PROVO 


UlAH 






SMITH 


REBECCA RAE 






217 


2*4 


SM|TH 




SALT LAKE CTY 


UtAH 


-169 




SM|IH 


RICHARD STOCK 




AHU 


)63 




SM|IH 


RICHARD LEON 


ST GEORGE 


UTAH 


• 20 




SMITH 


RObERT Evan 


SwEEI HOME 


OKE 


•OS 




SM| tH 


ROBERT DARON 


ARLINGTON 


VA 


363 




SM|TH 


RObERT JESSE 


TOPPENISH 


■ ASH 


197 




SMITH 


RObERT LTNN 


BANCROFT 


IDA 






SM| IH 


ROBERT LLOYD 


KNOAVILLE 


TENN 


iB9 




SM|TH 


RObERT LEON JR 


FULLERION 


CAL 


3d) 






ROBERT MARVIN 


SALT LAKE CIT06 


UtAH 


^67 


363 


SMITH 


RONALD V 


LEHI 


UtAH 






SMITH 


RODNEY BENNION 


LACRESCENIA 


CAL 






SMITH 


SANDRA JOAN 


CASA GRANUE 


ARU 


)B* 




SM|TH 


SANDRA jEAn 


S*Lt LAKE CTY 


UtAH 






SMITH 


SANDRA KAY 


PRINEVILLE 


ORE 


1B3 






SHANNON YVONNE 


LAS VEGAS 








SMITH 


SHARON JEAN 


ARLINGTON OT 


VA 


i!9 




SMI TH 


SHARON LESLIE 


SPRINGFIELD 


OKE 


211 




SMITH 


SHARON ANNE 


LETHBHOG alta 


CAN 


.B* 


38* 




SHELLY KAY 


PhoENU 23 


AHU 


a* 


•06 


SMITH 


SHERRY LEE 


BOUNTIFUL 


UtAH 


)B* 




SMITH 


SHERMAN HEbtR 


DRAPER 


UtAH 


it- 




SMITH 


SHELBY 






ill 






SYLVIA DEAN 


Rl VERION 


UTAH 


l*S 


242. 36* 


SMITH 


STUNET SHARON 


BURBANK 


CAL 


/>' 




SMITH 


SYDNEY 


MIDVALE 


UTAH 


219 


1*4 


SM| IH 


Susan 


RUPERI 


IDA 


*20 




SMITH 


STELLA 






ii- 




SMITH 


TEDDY ROTLENE 


RALSTON 


NEB 


3d* 




SM|tH 


Thomas burton 


CORVALLIS 


ORE 






SMITH 


Thomas couRTnEy 




UTAH 






SM[tH 


IHOMAS WILFOR0 


MONROVIA 


CAL 






SMItH 


THE DA RAE 


HANFORO 


CAL 


29* 




SM| TH 


TIMOTHY WRIGHT 


LOS ALAMIIOS 


CAL 


11* 




SMITH 


VEUN GEORGE JR 




UTAH 






SMITH 


WILFORD E JR 


PROVO 


UTAH 




38* 


SMITH 


WILLIAM EARL 


COMPTON 


CAL 


97 




smithson jennet i 


SA1.T LAKE CTY 




420 




SMOUSE DEFORREST 


PREWltt 








SMOUSE GEORGE ROBBIN 


PROVO 


UTAH 


2 71 


66) 


SMURT 


WAITt SHIRLEY A 


LA GRANDE 


ONE 


111 




SMUIN 


LEON K 










SMUIN 


SIDN1E MILDRED 


OGDEN 


UTAH 






SMYTH 


JAMES DOUGLAS 


tRAlL B C 


CAN 






SNARR 


JANEt 


SANDY 


UtAH 


420 




SNARR 


ROBERT BARTON 


IOAHO FALLS 


IDA 






SNAPP 


CAROLYN 


ESCONDIDO 


CAL 


;o» 


239. *20 


SNEAD 


SYLVIA LOIS 


TALlHINA 


OKLA 






SNEAD 


HENEE BETTY 


BOISE 


IDA 


390 




SNELGROVE PATRICIA A 


BUENOS AIRES 


ARG 


lib 




SNELL 


LEE COLHELL 


COWLEY 


■ YO 


1*4 


1*9 


SNELL 


NED COLMELL 


COWLEY 








SNIDE 


SANDRA JANt 


PORTLAND 


OREG 


lib 


*•) 


SNIDEMAN BEVERLY N 


TEMECULA 


CAL 


2** 




SNOM ARSENAtH ANN 


ALTAMOHI 


UtAH 






SNOh AShBY LINCOLN 


ROYAL OAK 


MICH 






SNQM ALBERI 






1*) 




SNOH DIANA LEE 


FALLBHOOK 


CAL 


2** 




SNOH HOHARD JOSEPH 


ST GEORGE 


UTAH 


1)1. 


*20 


SNOH 


RvIN hENOELL JR 


PROVO 


UtAH 


181 




SNOh JANICE JUDY 


BLACKFOOT 


IDA 


3 8* 




SNOH 


AURENCE V 1 1 


CONCORD 




^69 


31* 


SNOh LOMELL "IllLR 


SALT LAKt CTY06 


UTAH 


38* 




SNOh 


EE ELDON 


ST GEORGE 


UTAH 


*20 




SNOH MARJONE KAIHLEEN 


BELLEVUE 


■ ASH 


223 


31* 


SNOH MARJORIE 


PAlOS VERDES 


CAL 


31* 




SNOH PAUL ANDERSEN 


HUNTINGTON HO 


MICH 






SNOH 


MYLLIS MAE 


SPENARO 


ALSK 


38* 




SNOH 


ETER BALLARO 


HASHING TON 


D C 






SNOh 


1 Chard don 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SNOH R1CHAR0 THOMAS 


PROVO 


UTAM 






SNOh ROBERT L 


CHARLOTIESVIL 


VA 






SNOw STANLEY B 


PROVO 


UTAH 


> 6* 




SNOM STEVEN J 


PROVO 


UTAH 


3B* 




SNOM SEYMOUR ALBERT 


MANTI 


UTAH 






SNOM 




FRESNO 


CAL 


208. 


2)1 


SNYDEF 


HAROLD ROT 


OCEANS IDE 


CAL 






SNTDEF 


FRANK EDMARO 


CONCORD 


CAL 






SNTDE( 


GARY OATNE 


BURBANK 


CAL 


2)3. 


384 


SNTDEF 


shannon Claire 


SPANISH FORK 


UTAH 


1*6 




SNTOEF 


wlLMA SUE 


BASIN 


■ YO 


38* 




SOBEK 


gloria jean 


BtLLFLOHER 


CAL 


2*7 




SOBDCREGGER RtLV* 






1*1 




SOBIN 








2*3 




S00ERBORG SARAH 


SALT LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


• 20 




SOU EH 


SHELDON HAflvEY 


PROVO 


UTAM 






SOFFE 




PROVO 


UTAH 






SOL IE 


SANDRA JENNY 


MILWAUKEE 


WIS 






SOLOMON JANET ANN 


HARTSVlLLE 


s c 


36* 




SOLOMON PHYLLIS 


NASHVILLE 


GA 


**3 




SOL Tali 


MYRON ALBERT 


MONTI CELLO 


UtAH 






SOLOMON NORMAN KING 


PORTLAND 0* 


ONE 


36* 




SOLOMON NED BILLINGS 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


**3 






DALLAS H 


SOOA SPRINGS 




169. 


»*3 


SONMER 


SHERRY ANN 


LONG BEACH 


CAL 






SOMMERS JAMES ROBERT 


GRAND JCT 


COLO 






SONNICHSEN BEIST JUNE 


MOUNTAIN VICH 


CAL 


213. 


40* 


SONDEREGGER RELVA 


monticello 


UTAH 


31* 




SONDE R 


RICHARD EiJGENt 


REGINA SASK 


CAN 


320. 


)•• 


SOO AT 


1 


HESTtHN SAMOA 




176 




SOPER 


EDWARO LEWIS 


GOLDEN 


COLO 






SUPER 


LEWIS BAKER JR 


GOLDEN 


COLO 






SORENSEN ADELAIDE 


TEMPLE CITY 


CAL 


• *3 




SORENSON ANN ELLEN 


REDWOOD tilt 


CAL 






SORENSEN CHARLES C 


SACRAMENTO 


CAL 


»*3 




SORENSEN DEAN RICHARD 


POCATELLO 








SORENSEN DAVID K 


SALt LAKE CTY 


UTAH 


*06 




SORENSEN GERALD C JR 


VALLEJO 


CAL 


*06. 


420 


SORENSEN GERALD C JR 


VALLEJO 


CAL 






SORENSON JOY 


ROSEVILLE 


CAL 






SORENSEN KAIHALEEN H 


FRESNO 


CAL 


201 




SORENSEN KEITH B 






• 06 




SORENSEN LINDA JEAN 




CAL 


23S. 


384 


SORENSON PAUL RANDALL 


IDAHO FALLS 


IOA 






SORENSEN PEGGY ANN 


SWAN LAKt 


IDA 


»20 




SORENSEN HANOI 


SALt LAKE CTY 


UTAH 






SORENSEN ROGER MILES 


NT PLEASANT 


UTAH 


211 




SORENSEN VENITA ANN 


PORTLAND 


OME 


38* 




SORENSEN TANYA LE 


SANTA Ft 








SORENSEN BARREN RE ID 


SODA SPRINGS 


IDA 


36* 




SORENSON DENIS StANLE 


CLEARFIELD 








SORENSON EDMARO LEUIS 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SORENSON JOHN LEON 


DENVER 22 


COLO 






SORENSON JANICE LYNN 


LOS ALTOS 


CAL 


)B* 




SORENSON LA BEHIA M 


PROVO 


UTAH 






SORENSEN MARTI LTNNE 


SALT LAKE CtY09 


UTAH 


31* 




SUflENSON MARCUS B 


GARRISON 


UtAH 






SUflEMSOM PAUL M 


SEATTLE 


■ ASH 






SORENSON HlLLIAM K 


RUtH 


NEV 






SOTO C 


ODN pete 


SONERTON 


AHU 


111 




SOTELO 


LUIS ARIHUR 


SAN GABRIEL 


CAL 






SOUNDER NANCY 






26) 




SOUNSON ANN 






261 




souThw 


ICK JAY OENNIS 


NORTHRIDGE 


CAL 


^7*. 


3*8. )•* 


SOuThw 


ICK STEPHEN L 


NORTH RIUGE 


CAL 


211. 


•63 


SOuTHWORTH LINOA 


CALDWELL 


IDA 


230 




SOWAROS SARAH K 


MANASSA 


COLO 


)d* 




SOWERS 


IERRY ANN 


SPRINGFItLD 


OREG 


200. 


2*0. *20 




KAtHLEEN 


RICHFIELD 


UTAH 


ZOti 


•06 


SOMEN 


JANE OLIVE 


RICHLAND 


■ASH 


*»3 




SOWER 


SANDRA LYNN 


SAN L OBISPO 


CAL 






SPACKMAN FREDERIC D 


CAROSTOM 


ALTA 






SPACKMAN RANDALL P 


ROCHEStER 


MINN 


180. 


)•• 


SPaNGLER KENNETH D 


SANTA BARBARA 


CAL 






SPARKS 


JUDITH LEE 


OGDEN 


UtAH 


232 





476 



SPARKS DEBAv 
SP**KS DONNA riUHEB 
SPEAAMAH LINDA ANN 
i e Ei»l STEPHEN E 
iP£CHT 0O1K.L* i L 
SPECK ART S Ph|l|P 
SPECKAHT STEPHEN F 
SPCCKMAN GEORGE F 
SPECO ELDON DALE 
SPEC* GALE HILLARD 
SPCIERMAN . CHAItLAIN 
SPCIERMAN Lj.tr .„|h L 
SPENCE PAMELA ALU 
SPENCER alEiA marie 
SPemcer Barbara lynne 
spencer carol lee 
spencer claudinc 
spemcer douglas a 
spencer carol ann 
spencer carmen 
spencer david '-:-«!. 
SPENCER CltDC HILFORO 
SPENCER tL"E« » 
SPENCER JANET LOUISE 
SPENCER JOE lin« 
SPENCER JUDITH RAE 
SCMENSEN KEITh B 
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TRAVIS BARBARA GAY 
TREE STEVEN EUaARC 
TREE OAvlO REES 
TREE GLENN EUaARu 
ThENOLER UON MICHAEL 
TRENT RUELL STANLEY 
TREJO PAMELA ANN 
TREIIIN DENNIS LEROY 
TRI6E PAtOICl R 

TRIMMAL HAE CABOL 
TRIMBLE DIANE HAXlE 

T-1PP ROBERT MEREDITH 
TRIhblE uENNIS MeRvIN 
TRIPPlE LEO BOTCE 
IM|PP PAUL L 
IRQSEy THOMAS GEORGE 



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CULO 






BOUNTIFUL 


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carsun cm 


NEV 


607 




SAlI LAKE CIT 


UIAH 






CHETENNL 


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CARaUN CUT 








INGLE MOOD 


C*L 


2 70. 


366 


GRAND JuNCUO 


CULU 


2 To 




BOISE 


IDA 






PARIS 


Ida 


219. 


621 


PATSON 


uIAh 






KAYSvlLLE 


UlAH 


366 




oOISE 


IDA 






DELIA 


UlAH 


621 




NAPA 


CAL 






OR EH 


UIAh 






Idaho FALLS 


IDA 


366 




SPRINGvIllE 


UTAH 


66S 




sPringvillE 


UTAH 


239 






UtAn 


2S3. 


3B6 


SANTA ANA 


CAL 


i*2. 


607 


hEBEH 


UIAh 






NEEOLtS 


CAL 


607 




huRHICANE 


UtAH 


Ail 




BiC-' IELU 


UTAH 


320. 


321 


SAlI LAKE CT> 




263 




PLATA 3EL RE* 


CAL 






SAlI lake CIT07 








R1PON 


CAL 






SAlI LAKE CT>on 




386 




NUKUALOFA 


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CAL 






SALT LAKE CTY 




131 




SALT LAKE CtTOS 


UTAH 






SALl LAKE ClY 


uIAh 






Idaho falls 


lUA 






AJtlMO 


IDA 


126. 


237 


NEH UHLEANS 23 


LA 






MISSOULA 


MUNI 






PhOEnIa 31 


A«l 2 


1S1. 


101 


CAMBHlUOt 




16*. 


279 


GRIULC 


CAL 


234, 


•0 7 


PROVU 


UIAH 






MuBIAUGH 


IDA 


266 




alberta 


CAN 


12S, 


ISA 






366 




hiohat 


UTAH 






VAN NUTS 


CAL 


263. 


366 




UTAH 






ON 1 AH 1 U 


u»Eu 


621 






CAL 


1-. 




ARLINGTON 








PROVO 


uIAn 






YUCAIPA 


CAL 






PftOVO 


UTAH 


16V 
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SUNNYVALE 


CAL 




HAMILTON 




3B6 




LOS ANGELES 06 


CAL 






FRESNO 


CAL 






VANCOUVER 


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'SO. 


3 se 




CAL 


iib. 


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LA CRESCENlA 


CAL 


22ft* 


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chin 


6*S 




hOnu KONG 


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BROMNSH1LLS 


N J 


196. 


3B6 


KOaLOON 


HJSl 


607 




BNOaNSMlLLES 


N J 


!«*■ 


366 




NEV 


161 




MIOaA) 


uIAh 






SI ANTHONY 


1UA 






ElSINORE 


CAL 






Redoing 


CAL 






salt lake 


UlAH 


*21 




easi Ely 








SODA SPRINGS 








SPANISH FORK 




3nn. 


6AS 


KOOSHAMEH 




316 




SPANISH FORK 




it,. 


2 78. 


SPANISH FONA 




217. 


3*6 


SNObFLAke 


A-12 






SPANISH F0K6 


UlAH 






SEATTLE 16 


aASH 






SAC»*MENTu 


CAL 






SNOaf LAKE 


AMU 


177, 


A07 


uRALDA 


Tel 


lai 




HOSES LAKE 


bASh 


217. 


386 


AHERICAN -. ■' 


uIAh 


2S9 




ENC1NITAS 


CAL 


226 




TaIN LAKES 








LOS ANuELCi 66 


CAL 


213, 


237 


VANCOuVE" a C06 












366 












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PROVU 


UlAM 


161 




NORTH aiuGc 


CAL 


266, 


386 


EPhRATA 


h*Sh 


•65 




Elko 








FIRTH 


IDA 


621 




KENIlhORIh 


UlAH 






FIBIH 


lUA 


•21 




LOC >"»u"w-.»> 


VNAM 








Ida 






PARK CUT 


olAn 






Pleasant gm 
















SfcPULVtUA 


CAL 






sneedvillE 




• 21 




CASA GRANDE 


AMU 






L*Nvij!t- 


CAL 








MASS 


•NS 




ROCk hIll 


S L 


• 07 




FlLLHCHlE 


UIAn 






lUAHQ FALLS 


lUA 


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lUA 














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IDA 






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N Y 


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AOGER PeIem f 
ROPPeR LVANGELlNt L 
ROITiER OOnalO h 

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SHOE I FJ 
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- .•: - .--.--- 
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. - ire curtis 
._-.;; jOAAVtE eli-son 
uC*.£R k-rl l 

UCaEn JANICE AGAIhA 

-lEtR StL-1 Slt-AINS 

. . ■ .- - . . i . LLAIN 

jCkER ShaSUS m 
-HER TIM MlCKELSEW 

UCKER tHGA-AS RAY 

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uCaEII PATRICIA C 

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.'.*ETT sR-NUA 
JCKCII bERAUP Evans 
■jckeit LI BOA 

UELLtR GLOMIA KAY 
.EllEh F KATHCRINE 
UELLER JANICE HOSE 
r "ELLER ROSANNE 
uFT jOnal- a 

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wllCS napcleun J 

UtNEl TAuIVl MANu 

LLlS JOHN PMILU 

ULLIS JACK DUANi 

UOMIS10 DENNIS EINO 

uNKS ROGER BIRu 

• LAND JOHN 

K JEANNE ANN 

LET ANNeITE MARIE 

let Elaine e 

LET mARC'L^ - -- 
uRlEt GeO-'ue lake 

NtLEl RUBIN MARSHALL 
I3RLE1 TILLMAN EAGAR 
URLET RETmA SHUPE 
.J-.j.> GRANI ■ 

jrnqob Alia jane 
uRNER brenoa 

uRNER AOabeTh 

uRNER BERNARD LEKOT 

uRNER FRANCIS 

UflNER JUOT ATM 

-iNt ; J JJl TH D 

ufcNES jEan 

URNER JUNE EDNA 

uflNER jOStPH GRANT 

URNER MARTHA HART 

uRMER MEboRt Ellen 
URNER MALLBTN 
oRNER RONALD LOUIS 

UBNER REoECCA 

wRner ranuall Glenn 

URNER RIChAOU 
URNER REBECCA 
uRNER RuuEMIA F 
URNER ROBERT 
URNER IlLLlAM H 
USS CTNlHlA JOYCE 
uIIlE DEANN 
UIIlE LARRY EUGENE 
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•ITCHElL GEORGIA 
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■1 TChElL ROHALO V 
•! TChElL IeRRT Rate 
*LeR JACK mauHICE 
'LES GARTh ANTSON 
•_i» LI I.* TERRY 
■lEB JANICE LUELLA 
TlER MONROE CHENET 
'LEP. MARIE ANN 
TSDAl ELIZABETH ANN 
TSDAL KALLiE LOU 



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SANTA ROSA 
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UlAH 




SA L I L-Kt Civ 


UlAH 


316 


SPANISH FORK 


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SPANISH tUJK 


UIAh 




SA L I LAKt CIT 


uIAh 




SALT LAKE CIT 


UlAH 




MESA 


AMU 




PROVU 






BO lit 


IDA 


'23. 386 


hClEan 


VA 


IS*. 2*1 


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UIAh 


66S 


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uIAn 


'76. 366 


UlL-1- 




20S, 607 


LA|E UAHU 




176. ••> 


NC.L-S'LC 


utAn 




LAJULLA 


lal 


• 63 


PROVU 


UTAH 




PROVO 


uIAn 




RIVERSIDE 


CAL 




HOUSTON 17 






ELLENSBURG 


aASH 


262 


PROVD 


UTAH 




EL PAiU 




206. ••* 


--.:.. 






EL PASO 




3«6 


CHIHUAHUA 






EAGAR 


AMU 


160 


PSOVO 


UlAH 




OGOEN 


UlAH 




SALT LAKt CI*09 


UlAH 




BLACKFOOI 


Ida 


227. 607 




Colo 


'30 


YAK 1 HA 


■ ASH 


■ 21 
238 


LUBOOCK 




'OS. 2 30 


COSTA MESA 


CAL 


• 21 


PLEAsANT OR 


UlAH 


366 


ALBANY 


CAL 




ELKO 


NtV 




ARVADA 


CULO 


263, 621 


MEMPHIS 


ItNN 




CALGARY ALIA 


CAN 




BAKERSF IELD 


CAL 


20S, •*> 


SPRINGVILLE 


UtAH 


386 


CHICAGO 


ILL 


386 
'78 


SPRINGvIllE 


UtAH 




LAQRANOt 


ONE 


622 

2 70 


CLEARFItLU 


UlAH 


386 


LE-ISIUBN 


MUNI 


3 66 


SPANISH FORK 


UlAH 




060EJI 


UTAH 




CASILEOALE 


UTAH 




PROVO 


UTAH 




UUlCH JOHN 


UlAH 


387 


PkOVO 


UlAH 




DELIA 


UTAH 




SAN BERNARDIN 


CAL 


387 


COLUMBUS 


UHIO 




CANNONVILLE 


UtAn 


387 


FT HAYNt 


INU 


367 


MuS-AI 


UTAH 




T-IN FALLS 


IDA 




MURRAY 


UlAn 




BALLA .ALL* 


■ ASH 


209, 230 


ucon 


IDA 


601 


OREH 


UlAH 


387 


PROvO 


UlAH 


622 


PROVO 


UlAn 


387 



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UDALL 6ARRT RuNA L D 
lAMLL KIMaALL ■"'.:- 
UDALL JOHN 
UDY JAMES MARVIN 

U-' DALENE 

UVI JO'Ct HELEN 

UOT RICHARl LANCE 

UlBEL TRUOT 

uiBEL BARBARA STEaARI 

UEhlING EuMunU VICTOR 

ulBEL HOaAku 

oHhOlT2 BONNIE CAROLE 

lP« Kl CHONG 

ULLUCK EMMA M 

ULlCATt RONALD ANDHEh 

uNOERliOOU GART ROaERI 

^NOEBaOOU EARL LESLIE 

.-:.-: PATRICIA ANN 

URSENBACn PATRICIA 

uRSENBACh JEANNE 

ulLET BRIAN R 

utl£t james Elgin 
uiley dian alee 
u2elac robert michael 



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AMU 


in 


PHOENli 


AMU 


3*1 


NIAGARA FALLS 


N I 


*: " 


ROCK LANG 


lUA 


iai 


OREH 


UIAH 


20* 


MA L I A 


IDA 


• 07 


PROVU 


UtAH 




OREH 


UlAn 


2 73 

207 


SAN OltGO 


CAL 




SEOUL 


KOR 




SOOlNUVlLLt 


UTAH 




N LAS VEGAS 




387 


FRESNO 


Cal 


267 


SAN DIEGO 1 


CAL 




■INOSOH LOCK 5 


CUNN 


387 


AUBURN 


Cal 


200 


AUBURN 


CAL 




OREM 


UTAH 


320 


HuRRAY 


UtAH 




OREH 


UTAH 




BOUNTIFUL 


UTAH 


197 



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SANTA F£ 


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VALORA PETER JOHN 


RANGE LY 


COLO 






vAlORa milTOM SCOTT 


RANGELY 


COLO 






VAN AAlST AUKJE C 


OGDtN 


UlAn 


• 07 




VAN BUREN JACK 










.'N BUREJI jOhn ERNEST 


AVENAL 


CAL 






.-*. .i-= ;»-z-;- .:--. 


aASHINGTON 16 


c 


3*' 




v*NCE oEttY JO 




NEV 


taMl 


*12 


V*NCE DEMONTE MlNMAN 


Raymond alia 


CAN 


341 




VANCE LOTA 




UtAH 






VANCE JOHN RICHARD 


PROVO 


UlAH 






VANCE MILO SCOTT 










VANCE MARGIE JUNE 




!£■ 


131. 


•0 7 


VANCE MORRIS BLAIN 


SPRING VALLET 


CAL 






VANCE MARGARET 


PROVO 


UlAn 


197, 


3*S. 367 


y-NCE PEGG' JANE 


PRCVO 




317 




VAN COT I ANN CAROL 


OREM 


UtAn 






V*N 0AM uERALOINE S 


PROVO 


uIAh 


219, 


*ii 


VAN DAM NORMAN ALAN 


PROVO 








VAN OAM NORMAN 


PROVO 


UtAH 






V*A0£RGR|FT MICHAEL E 




CAL 






VAN DE VANIER RONALD 


TaIN FALLS 


lUA 






VAN UER HCIOEN EL ISA 


ROSAMto OE 








VAN UER LENOE MARTHA 


HAARLEM 


NEIh 






VAN OTKE SIEVE ALLEN 


NO OGDEN 


UIAH 






V*N HORN CASSANDRA 


BELLEVUE 


NtB 






VAN GEMEBAN HAP.IA 


COCHAoAMBA 


BOLV 


2M 




VAN METER ChEBYL K*t 


vAlLEJO 


CAL 






VAN HOORLEHAW IOA J 


LONG BtAC« 3a 


CAL 


• 22 




v-N hOOBLEhEm OAVIO F 


LONG BEACH 08 


CAL 


317 




vanlEuven Clifford r 


SPRINGvlLLE 


UlAH 


16*. 


201. 6*8 


VAN NATTA NE3RA ANN 


SALT LAKt CtT 




387 




VAN NOT MElvIN DON 


TaIN FALLS 




1*6, 


269. 387 


V*N ORMAN aEtOj-N - 


CARDSION AlTA 


CAN 


6*6 




VAN ORMAN JOHN RANSOM 


CARDSTON ALIA 


CAN 


387 




»AN ORMAN PETER - 


CABDSION ALIA 


CAN 


387 




>AN IASSeLL CLAuJlA 


TA3I0NA 


UtAH 






V*N IASSELL EA-L 


OREM 




387 




V-N VALKtNOURGH p 


CURONAOO 


Cal 


191, 


196. 36 7 


tUt .»G:N£N ALAN KENT 


PROVO 




1*6 




van a*U£NEN JULIE 6 


PROVO 


UTAH 


206. 


*07 


.AN bAGENEN GARY a 


PROVO 


UTAH 






VAN aAGENEN vICKI C 


PROVO 


UTAH 


193. 


367 


V*N bAGONER FtRRIN D 










VAN aAGONER maOeLTN 


HIDbAY 


UIAh 


367 




V*N HAGONER MAOELTN 


MlOaAT 


UTAH 






vamnER Clara lynn 


COLUMOlA 




'23. 


3*8. 66* 


VABNEOOE LAURENCE h 


JACKSONVILLE 


FLA 






VARNET OIANE tLAlNE 


PAlOS VEROES 


CAL 


223. 


387 


VASSEL MARY EREIY 


SAO PAULO 


0NA2 






vamnet glen l 


AMERICAN FORK 








varnEt Thomas leonaru 


FIRCREst 66 


a ash 






fASSEL =i. no 11 1 


SAO PAuLO 


BBAi 


368 




VAUGHN ROBERT LARRY 


SPOKANE 


aASH 


387 




VAdGHN QAvlD sBtNT 


FRulTLAMU 


lUA 






vauSE PATRICIA 


LAS VEGAS 








vaughan Charles macet 


R1CHMONO 


VA 






VAuGHH LlNUA LOU 


SALT LAKE CTT 


UTAH 


3BT 




VAUGHN LINOA LOU 


salt lake Civ 


uIAh 







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vahdrev jom x 

V«HH. LEAMN 
VAhORET LEON* ANN 
-thll, PATRICIA CAT 
VtNEMA JEAHIE LOUISE 
VLRHAAREN NORMA JOAN 
VERNON LINOA LEE 
VLRNON JULIEt 
"■>' SHEILA JEAN 
VtSTERFtLT JULIAN F 
vETETO CLAUDIA RAE 
VlCCtLLlO JOHN •«'... 



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indianapolis 
sania paula 
palo altu 
lakndale 

hasmington i 
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Eugene 



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ma; on 


VlDMAR JOHN CHARLES 


LOS ANGELES 


VlCKERS UARHlN 




VIER1EL FAUNICE 


PflOVO 


vIEHbEG ADtLL 


CLIFTON 


VieLLA HANCT 




VlGOREN RONALD bAYNE 


BELLE FOUHCh 


villElla nancy carol 


IDAHO FALLS 


VILLAlOBOS CFNAIN 


PROVO 


VINCENT .jr...,,,.!'.. 


PROVO 


VINCENT NORMA FATE 


MIN 


VINCENT JANES LEON 


SPRlNGvlLLE 


VINCENT RICHARD G 


PROVO 


VINCENT PAUL DAVID 


PROVO 


VlMING FLOYE DIANNE 


NCCALLA 


VlSICK -iLLtl PAMELA 




vuglER Susan ann 


SPRING VALLE 


VOGEL MICHAEL Ll'TLE 


SUNLAMP 


VOGLER UtTRA LYNN 


MIAMI 


VUELI2 ANITA LOUISE 


SANDT 


VOCE BILFRIED MICHAEL 


IDAHO FALLS 


VOGEL NILHAEl LI TILE 


SUNLANO 


von kampEn anna 




VOM BERG tMOMAS t 


BELMONT 


VOLK ANTHONY RAT 


CABMANUT ALT 


VUN ALMEN KABL BlLLIS 




VOORNEES HILLIAM FARR 


SALT LAKE CT 


VOICE RALPH KENDALL 


MIDVALE 


VUTLES GENE LAMAR 


LIVE OAK 


■■-> '■ ■ ■« JAMES DIAL 


SAlI LAKt CI 



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MACNTE 


1 LTNNE 0IANE 


CASTRO VALLEY 


CAL 


WADOOuPS JERRT THOMAS 


MOORE 




MAQOEL 


LEA MARGARET 




CAL 


badoel 


CAROLYN E 


SYLMAR 


CAL 


■ADE DON 


VENICE 


CAL 


MADE DAVID EARL 


INDEPENDENCE 


MO 


■ADE gail charlotte 


CROFTON 








PROVO 


UTAH 


■ADE SHAREN JEAN 






HADE R 


EU ASHBY 


F ILLHUHL 


UTAH 


■ADE STANLEY LEO 


l*t I LAKE CIY 


UTAH 


■ ADMAN 


■ILLIAH MORGAN 


SAN DIEGO 




■adl£> 


LINDA 


PLEASANT GR 


UTAH 


■AOLE' 


MARY 


pleasant gr 




■ADLET 


MAR1ELEN 


AMERICAN FORK 


UTAH 


■ADSaORTn CHARLLNE » 


GRAND RAPIDS OA 




bADSbORT" brent earl 


IQAHO FALLS 


IDA 


■ADSIORTi JOHN LANIER 


HLCMANICSVILL 


VA 


■AoSaORT" JOHN HILTON 


PANALA 


NEV 


■ *GNER 


EDGAR LEHOY JR 


SALT LAKE '.it 


UTAH 


■ AQNER 


BARBARA JOAN 


UEIHOIT 01 


MICH 


■AGNER 


DENNIS kE ITH 


CM|H 




■ AGNER 


CARL LEROT 


TORONTO ONt 19 


CAN 


■AGNER 


GORDON ERIC 


TORONTO ONl 19 


CAN 


■AGNER 


MORLEY VAUGHN 


CHIHUAHUA 


MEN 


WAGNER 


JtANETTE HUIH 


SEATlLE SB 


■ ASH 


■ AGNER 


LlNJA DARLtNC 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


■AGONER DONALD DEAN 


NtW'IALL 


CAL 


■■GONER RONALO GENE 


NtHHALL 


CAL 


■ AGNER 




KLAMATH FALLS 


ORE 


■AGSTAFF BRENT U 


OREM 


UTAH 


■ AGSTAFF JANE 


SPOKANE 06 


■ ASH 


■ AGSTA 


F JOAN 


SPOKANE 


■ ASH 


■Ahl ramona catle 


DEER LODGE 


HUNT 


■ahlen 


JUDT ANN 


RICHLAND 


■ ASH 


■aml nanCt arlene 


PORTLAND 


ORE 


■AHLEN 


JUDY ANN 


RICHLAND 


WASH 


■AHLSTROM SHARYN 


LOS ANGELES 


CAL 


■AISNER NORMA JEAN 




UTAH 


■AlMklOLt ABBIE 


HONOLULU 17 




-A|TE 


LLEN HfcflLENE 


PORTSMOUTH 




■ AITE 


ANICE FAY 


ST JOHNS 


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UOT GAIL 


MESA 


AR IE 


■A[tE GEORGE ALMA 


PROVO 


UTAH 


-AI IE 


MIRLEY ANN 


PORISMOUIH 




■AKEFIELO BONNIE MAE 


MARSING 


IDA 


MAlBOM 


MICHAEL .-.;.' 


IUAHO FALLS 


IDA 


■ AlDEN 


..i,i.<- KENT 


DENVER 


COLO 


■aldrep paul Everett 


PROVO 


UlAn 


■AlOVOGEL nALTER 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


■ ALKENHORSI JUDITH 


SAL' LAKE Clt 




■ ali larajne ■" 


SAlI LAKE CTY 


UlAH 


■ ALDVOGEL GERALD I 




CAL 


■ AlDVOGEL HOWARD JOHN 


BtNJLNYILLt 




wAlOvOGEL PATRICIA J 




CAL 


■ALDVOGEL ROBIN AAT 


ARCADIA 


CAL 


■AITE 


TEVEN HARvEV 


LA GRANDE 


ORE 


■ALK PAULINt J 


SALT LAKE CIYOA 


UTAH 


■ALKER 


ARNOLD B 


RIGBY 


IDA 


■AlKER 


CORAL IE 


DENVER 


COLO 


WALKER 


CLEMONS F 


LAS VEGAS 


NEV 


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When a volume such as this is complet- 
ed, there is one undeniable fact which 
is indelibly stamped into history. That 
is, just as the faces of friends and pic- 
tures of familiar scenes are permanent 
in print, so are the mistakes which have 
been made. Surely as Moroni, the Book 
of Mormon prophet, pointed out in that 
sacred history, the mistakes contained 
herein were made by the staff of Ban- 
yan 63 and those persons associated 
with it. Nevertheless, any pleasure you 
as a reader may derive from this histori- 
cal book, the same staff of workers just- 
ly deserve the plaudits. As an editor, I 
am personally indebted to all those who 
worked with me, knowingly or unknow- 
ingly. 

Banyan 63 is the largest ever published 
for the Brigham Young University com- 
munity, and the first to ever include the 
dormitory living areas. But the real jus- 
tification for this volume is its complete- 
ness of campus coverage in the social, 
academic, physical, and cultural areas. 
We hope that the fifth area, spirituality, 
pervades the book in the same intang- 
ible way it pervades our lives. 
When Penne Freebairn leaves the staff 
as I do, a great part of Banyan tradi- 
tion will go with us . . . yet we gladly 
relinquish our positions so others may 
gain the experience. 
Space nor time permit me to list every- 
one who helped make this annual pos- 
sible; however, special recognition and 
appreciation go to the personnel of the 
Y Press, BYU Photo Studio, Cashier's 
Office, and Data Processing who 
worked behind the scenes handling the 
technical aspects of production. To Bud 
Tolman, Barbara Miller, Lon Carlston, 
secretaries Karen Bailey and Emily Mc- 
Claws, Wally Barrus, Nelson Ballard, 
Gerald Hatch, and George Redd who 
contributed their time and talents in 
special areas. To the 1963 Sahuaro and 
1963 Mirage staffs. To Clark's for 
Everybody and Provo Sporting Goods 
who supplied clothing for the Preferred 
Man and Winter Carnival royalty re- 
spectively. To Publications Manager 
Merwin Fairbanks for being interested 
and sympathetic. To Helio. And finally 
to the staff. And to Penne (and Mike) 
for loyalty and devotion to Banyan 63. 



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