Utah State University - Buzzer Yearbook (Logan, UT)

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Caine "Sarge" Callahan Marie Broberq Kenneth Wright William Alger Merlin Fallows Albert Henderson Martin Hanson PY ff' ff Around the mystic stream of life We see eighteen persons typifying many walks and stations in life: A boy who is astonished at the miracle that has happened in his hand, one moment an unbroken egg the next moment a chick teeming with life-why? . . q. His aged grand- mother who he reasons knows everything, but we see her resigned in the face of the inex- plicable . . . The lovers who believe they have found the answers to the mystery of life in their first kiss . . . The sweet girl graduate lost in dreams with no thought for a serious questioning of life's destiny . . . The scientist troubled because all his learnings, all his searchings have not solved the mystery . . . The mother who finds the answer inthe babe at her breast . . . The happy family group not greatly perturbed by the mystery although even they seem to ask "Why do the doves mate?" . . . The learned philosopher scratching his puzzled head in vain . . . The monk and men comforted and secure-confident that they have found the answer in their religion . . . The atheist, the fool who grinningly cares not at all while . . . the stoic sits in silent awe and contemplation of thought which he believes he knows but cannot explain or understand. X ,-.1 o f af wp 5 A55 .. - ffm '4 2+ 23 Q :..:k 'EBQFS i' K For his faith in youth and our ambitions: for twenty-five years of unceasing contribution in the guiding of our college to its present significant position . . . Also for his enthusiasm and belief in our abilities, We offer our sincere esteem and acknowledgment in respectfully dedicating this volume of the Buzzer to President Elmer G. Peterson. WZWMZWXZMW These past years, spent in studying to better prepare our- selves in meeting the problems of life, have been filled with many happy associations, a few difficulties, and even some remorse. Those who have gone before say these years will be looked back upon as days of great happiness and joy and that our problems seeming difficult today when solved fade into the surmountable, adding triumph and courage to our onward pressing footsteps . . . In organizing and printing this.Buzzer for you it has been difficult to bring under one cover all of the experience and interests of a full college year. We will have attained our goal if in some way, however, our efforts have helped to preserve just a few of these everlasting memories. 'bv w N95 . 4 .ff se vf. X Ju V+ ..f 'L 4-1 ' Eff - w f f-' , LJ V3 ' - V 'Pi 5-va. 5 , .1 'Q xt X- i L. Qs- A 3 46- -nw. E . 9 dd! 165655 JIM!! All set? Let's go sight-seeing . . . Over on the right here you can see the Residence Hall, with a few co-eds lounging out in front, absorbing the spring sunshine and listening to the canyon breeze rustle the trees behind the building . . . 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A I my H 4 i :ff .ff-Q,jrnxi1.g,E, 1' Q , ..y .ww-A 5,1-vvf-lm, :N + , ,Q 1 . :F ,XFN . ,, wg, f25Yg,'4M-if ,Ei V lr X , f,.f:.,-33qf4,g25f1f imgii, I 4 .f V 1 iw hi , ' mr: -:1 . pk 1 '5' ,Q-1-,qw .1 'QS 'EW R5 may , M755 Eiagyjfgjm ,W .fgfnis-1 WWTF ,gf vzxafff 2 M' l f ' 4-51' M5 , f EM gff 1 LEVJ fig ' HCP' C1 lm 45627722 ima, mme flew UTAH STATE AGRICULTURAL OOLLEGE ELMER GEORGE PETERSON, PRESIDENT 1 LOGAN, UTAH V A OFFIDEDFTHE PRESIDENT he T rNovember, l94O Mr. Karl T. Homer Editor, THE BUZZER Dear Mr. Homer: g T r e T , T T l In addressing a few words to the students of the College I am anxious first A of all to express my appreciation of the loyalty and devotion to our ideals which have particularly characterized this year, on the part of the students.T This devotionT has been strengthened by the dramatic and critical nature of the times in which we ' live, days so fraught with portant of good or evil that we all have been raised up L E to new levels of thought and emotion. e by ge Ml ,T T These are days of fulfillnent, spoken of centuries ago by the prophets. Atl 3 the beginning of this century Christian civilizationggvnfolding, seemed about to flower into a continuing multitude of blessings for mankind, in the promise of a high standard of living for every willing worker, an almost lran unlimited educational opportunity for rich and poor alike and inpa very plethora of invention and dis- covery to alleviate suffering and release men and women from the deadeningfdrudgery. which over all our past has been their lot. ,Suddenly the World War, and what followed it, blighted this hope, as greed and lust for power ravaged the earth, culminating in the present almost unbelievably vicious and terrible warfare which has all but destroyed the faith of man in himself as its engines of destruction level to ashes the physical structure of our civilization. T T To keep this bestiality from our shores is the first duty of America, not alone for the protection of our lives and our firesides but also that we may pre- serve fer ourselves and all the world the very ark of the covenant of hu an rights now entrusted to us and the few other peoples, notably and gloriously Great Britain, e who, as this is written, still remaina free.. To do this we must first of all be l clean and strongg and power can come only from unity and unity is possible only if . our lives and our motives are above reproach, if the very conscience of us is clean. Eternal truth, which is all education and all religion, alone can make and keep us V free. T, T pa U To the students of this College, nurtured on this truth in the homes from which you come, these days are the final challenge, it may be, to our worthinessT to inherit this blessed cou try and its ideals from forebears whose heroism and 'whose faith become now a light to guide us through the dangerous days ahead. ,May every one of you be blessed with understanding sufficient to meet the sacrifice, and it may be the hardship, which await us. But have no fear, these sacrifices to be required of us are but the testing fires, prelude to the greater beauty and righteousness which some day will grace the earth. ' V ' Sincer y yours, T , President V President Fredrick P. Champ Entrusted with the Welfare of over three thousand students each year the Utah State board of trustees has done consistently Well in assuming its responsibilities. Unique, because of their intense interest both in physical and mental educational projects, the trustees often have opportunity to realize theirs and the student's dreams because of untirinq ef- forts toward Utah State advancement. ga! ca!! fl W alia E. Berntson George Q. Spencer Fred M. Nye Russell Theodore L. Holman Mrs. Ioseph Ienson Olaf Nelson IZ ff' C. G. Adm Dovi GY Mrs. Minn d O. McKay M. I. Urie E. ie W. Miller Ioseph B. White E. Monson 65' Ss. 'Q As approachable as they come . . . is Dean lacobsen . . likes to do best the things he does most-meet people . . . contacts every prospective teacher on the campus . . . a student of nature minus the gun and rod . . . fascinating , classroom speaker. Somehow the toreador of the campus . . . this guy, Dean Croft . . . duties range from reassuring bewildered frosh to authoritatively telling fraternities where they stand . . . respected and liked as a square-dealer . . . still a top physical specimen of former athletic prowess. E. A. Iacobsen Dean of Education C. L. Pocock Director of Public Relations Genial master-mind of college's propaganda service . . . that's "Les" Pocock . . . systematically sorts thousands of hard luck stories, annually . . . though heading one of school's most activity-crowded offices, possesses a leisurely "sailor's gait." Wide grin . . . deep voice . . . well-informed on subjects galore . . . realist Librarian Kirkpatrick . . . pithy critic of debate cases . . . entertaining member of campus forum discussions . . . past prexy Utah librarians' associ- ation . . . has developed college library resources ingeniously. lack Croft Dean of Men L. H. Kirkpatrick Librarian l 1 Dean N. A. Peoersen 'Tis often said about Dean Pedersen by those who know him, easiest person in the world to talk with." He mod- estly claims inability to hit a golf ball, shoot a fowl or catch a fish, but, nevertheless, he loves the outdoors as well as the literary world which he understands so well. "N, A." is often called "Dean of the Dean's council." 272 Russell E. Berntson, Secretary Despite a stern exterior Secretary Berntson possesses a warm personality. The man who is known to his close associates as "Bus," keeps actively healthy by hunting, golfing and the eating of good tood. Besides being the tinancial adviser ot three thousand Aggies he is a pro- gressive member of nearly all administrative boards. Q00 .l GX- Most recent addition to the dean's council is Dr. Carlisle . . . hard Worker and late worker . . . cellent conversationalist . . . education is major field, but is versatile in discussing everything. Caroline Hendricks fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. Lenore Lewis Williams, dean of Women . . . introduced new regime in women's dormitory . . . understanding and gracious. Milton R. Merrill heads political science department and summer session . . . perpetual reader . . . consistent Bluebirder . . . just returned from year's leave of absence . . . congenial and likeable. Leonard McDonald replaced Clements as alumni secretary at end of fall quarter . . . former worker in correspondence department . . . takes work seriously . . . capable and efficient. Erwin "Scotty" Clements was former alumni secretary . . . gloried in discovering one of the fold that was lost . . . finds son a good companion . . . for recreation he chooses ice-skating and tennis. Pull of the zest of enjoying her work . . . Dean Williams loves the long walks and piano playing she rarely gets time for . . . offered counsel to Aggie fems with unbiased clarity. Dignified in bearing and in learning . . . yet they call Dean Wanlass, "Butch" . . . accomplished home gardener . . . col1ege's ultimate authority on international affairs . . . campus lyceum chief. Looks the roll of engineer . . . correct, it's Dean Clyde. . . finds no need for particular avocation in thorough devotion to his job . . . likes a powerful car and lists air travel as tops. ohn Carlisle Caroline Hendricks Dr. I aa-- Milton R. Merrill, Summer Session Lenore L. Williams Deon of Women Leonard McDonald, Alumni Secretory W. L. Wonlcsss Deon of Commerce 'S Erwin Clements, Alumni Secretary Dewey Clyde, Deon of Enqineerin -ik-K 4 KFQAH as 5. M ' .- m,?,, ,rms A axxfffe Q William Peterson Director Extension Service Paul M. Dunn Dean ot Forestry Iarnes H. Lintord Director Correspond Z Making speedy and efficient registration possible is the aim of Registrar Bell . . . teaches gym- nastics class of heavy apparatus . . . has wide variety of hobbies . . . reliable and conscientious to a "T" . . . keeps tab on student's eligibility. Virile exponent of the open air is Dean Dunn . . . civic-minded promoter of numerous city interests . . . Rotarian, C. of C. member, Boy Scout leader . . . Well-fitted to lead the lively forestry crew . . . keeps alert eye on his department's publicity. Heads extension service . . . finds riding an unbeatable pastime . . . interested in geology-sub surface Water is his specialty . . . Director Peterson also enjoys many outdoor sports, hunting and fishing being his favorites. Director Linford, an ardent lover ot nature . . . concerned about the Welfare of the comin gener- ation . . . classes, travel, and the raising of flowers as supreme enjoyment . . . widely read . . . developer of summer session . . . directs correspondence study. Q , SE., W asf William H. Bell ' Registrar ence Study f fic-w1g5f Christine B. Clayton Dean of Home Economics Rudger H. Walker Dean of Agriculture Crook your little finger, Kirkpatrick. Dean Clayton immediately reminds one ot the typical mother . . . has Wide variety of interests-birds, house plans, garden- ing, and photography . . . has ideal philosophy of Work . . . gracious and inspiring at her post. Dean Walker ably directs the School of Agriculture . . . main interests are three very fond children . . . received early train- ing on farms . . , finds canyon outings with his family very enjoyable . . . spends much time studying. 29 fm? f V3 gcff 1 Lev J fklih, ff dmfffzg If aw! Meeting far more often this year than their sched- uled once a Week because of many complex prob- lems, the 1940-41 student council has been highly successful in the management of student activities . . . Devoting almost half of their time to the admin- istration of student body affairs, the council mem- bers have attempted to maintain democratic Aggie traditions by sponsoring events in which every student can participate. Harold I-liner, Student Body President Elaine Wintch Vice-President Right: Student Council: Clint Nelson, Helen Allred Lewis, Ray Kimball, Harold Steed, Bill Thomas, and Sterling Peterson. yiulsafeyk iefmffffzms' 32 Beth Pocock Secretary Aidinq student members of the council immeasurably have been faculty advisors, Caroline Hendricks, V. D. Gardner and A. N. Sorenson. Because of their wide experience with the likes and dislikes of students, these three have been able to detect campus sentiment, make suggestions and qive excellent advice-all oi which go toward creating ideal student government. A. N. Sorenson V. D. Gardner Caroline Hendricks Edna Stewart Beryl Rigby Rae Scott Represent women of the college . . . sponsor blind-date frolic in fall quarter . . . "Who's your A.W.S. date?" . . . tried to find most miserable Aggie . . . succeeded by finding Sterling Peterson and Bob Elkins unable to talk . . . talk of school in revolutionary terms, but as a rule find themselves awfully happy about it all. Elaine Wintch, Beryl Rigby, Edna Stewart, Barbara Fitzgerald, Mary Morgan, Rae Scott, Winifred Cook, Nadine Madsen, Winon Perry, Shirley Nelson, Cora Michaelsen, Marna Peterson. S1'1if19Y Nelson Harriet Parks Esther Watson Leora Petty, Ella Adamson, Esther Watson, Margaret Goold Shirley Nelson, Harriet Parks, Ruth Andrus Intramurals for Women . . . point system . . . everything from basketball to bridge . . . sponsor annual visitors' play clay . . . stress grace and beauty over brawn and muscle . . . Prexy Nelson and Manager Andrus convention- ed at Montana State . . . stage traditional dance contests . . . attract hundreds to field house tor only Women's event of year held there . . . lounge in Goold's intramural office . . . put Women physical education majors through the prac- tical mill . . . bond among fem socials. 35 Paul M. Dunn Harold Hiner Bryant Kearl N. A. Pedersen Helen Allred Lewis Karl T. Homer W1 L. Wanlass N. A. Pedersen Harold Hiner PUBLICATIONS COUNCIL Pllthough still a yearling in the council ranks, the publications board has decided many lcnotty problems in their two years of experience . . . Besides determining the fate of Scribble this year, the council chooses publication editors and answer publication queries. Composing the board are faculty representatives, publications editors and student councilers. LYCEUM COMMITTEE Responsibility oi furnishing cultural entertainment to the Aggie student body falls to the lyceum committee. Each year they present a complete, impressive schedule . . . The committee has com- bined With the Logan civic association to present celebrities, radio stars and foreign corres' pondents. Iudging by the number who attend the programs it may be safely said that students sincerely appreciate the lyceum committee. 36 wz M yew ffwfzey wg Wilford D. Porter Coach "Dick" Romney Harold Hiner A. N. Sorenson Russell E. Berntson G. B. Caine .. rw, ATHLETICS COUNCIL Besides representing Utah State in the Big Seven conference, the athletic council solves competitive problems, publicizes sports, slates athletic sched- ules, and juggles the athletic budget to make it come out in the black. The council, which is corn- posed of coach, secretary, student body president, and faculty rnernbers, Works hard, gets little pub- licity or recognition. '1' iii 'qv' ' 1 . . , ft, Z ,. KMMEM hir' 3 s .ar -.qv--- , ,E V, H 5 ,-f. .K .,,,.,,...,,,...,-Q-A K I my 31 ,g , D- n fi f-.ia wi X i A 1 il I - N, '-'L I , ,, f W -f , Y A 1 0 EL . Y W ,..Z , , . W, W1 J Jw. :Q A-1, ,aww 1 ' JL' 4 ff? -.qi .375-+,. f 1 X v x QQ .,1. 1 'f ffm? gfff 1 Lev J fk+3hl riff yley deff fm' kwa 4 aff! :mfg Mont Kenney, president, succeeded by Dick Ryan in spring quarter, Farrell Ensign, vice president, and Horace Gunn, secretary . . . class became distinc- tive by buying senior jackets in their senior year . . . ran out oi money and had to assess each member extra for class gift . . . produced the usual number of Phi Kappa Phi's . . . purchased teal blue sport coat for senior garb . . . climaxed year with traditional Senior ball for seniors only . . . President David O. McKay speaker for baccalaureate ceremony . . . Senator Elbert D. Thomas chosen ior commencement exercises. MONT KENNEY: Small, dark, and handsome . . . Senior class prexy . . . Blue Key prexy . . . Alpha Sigma Nu . . . Delta Phi . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . debate . . . sensitive about brunettes, politics, candy bars, and B. A. C. students. FARRELL ENSIGN: Dark haired beauty oi Alpha Chi Omega . . . transfer from Weber . . . vice president of senior class . . . Empyrean . . . Weber club . . . likes blondes, sunbaths, cokes, ice cream, short stories, and qurn. Senior Class Horne- coming Float . . "It's only another Ferdinand." h Si ma Nu president of HORACE GUNN: Returned missionary . . . Delta Phi . . . Alp a Q -I - - I Pi Kappa Alpha . . . secretary of senior class . . . hung his pin on a Chi O . . . enJOYS debates, sport coats, plays, and Blue Key meetings. HAROLD SIMPSON: Sometimes called "Bucket" or "Stub" . . . Student Life staff . . . Buzzer staff . . . varsity basketball . . . Blue Key . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . - . SDONS COf1'GSDO1'1d9T1l for Deseret News . . . apple pie alamode. Tony Master s Degree Aq Los Banos Cunha H W Merrill Masters Degree riculture Arts and Sciences Calxtomxa Richmond Utah Preston Affleck Arts and Sciences Arts and Scien S Logan, Utah Logan Utah Verlye Allen vv llace A en Home Economics Commerce Smithfield, Utah Provi ce, U George Anderson Gr erso Arts and Sciences Commerce Logan, Utah Logan, Utah Rachel Anderson - - o- -v Home Economics E cation Tooele, Utah llsville, Utah Nina Ashby jorie C Home Economics Education Leamington, Utah Bountiful. Utilh Elwood Barrett mmerce U Llewllyn Banks Engineering Spanish Fork, Utah Co North Ogden, J tah 44 Mary Lowe Master's Degree Home Economics Logan, Utah Iune Aqren Education Ogden, Utah lbrecht Keith A Agriculture Minersville, Utah Howard Anderson mmerce Co Logan, Utah Andrews Education Logan, Utah Iona Lowell Aylworth Engineering Logan, Utah Francis Betensen Commerce Cedar City, Utah HH nr- - EDNA STEWART: Right hand assistant for "A" Day . . . President of A. W. S .... Alpha Chi Omega treasurer . . . headed the A. W. S. date bureau . . . likes to spend time working for others . . . coca cola and cheeseburgers, conservative clothes, matinees, and colorful sunsets. S. '05 -DALE OLSEN: First love is Sigma Chi . . . second love an Alpha Chi . . . proud of Phi Kappa Phi membership . . . Scabloard and Blade Captain . .Blue Key . . . Alpha Sigma Nu . . . tries to make roommate study . . . craves fresh air, new sweaters, size 13 shoes, second helpings, and straight A, E. M. Schmutz Master's Degree Agriculture St. George, Utah Wm. Alger Arts and Sciences Elmo, Utah Lucille Allred Education Logan, Utah Lorraine Anderson Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah George Armstrong Commerce Cedar City, Utah Keith Badger Arts and Sciences Ogden, Utah Ann Baxter Commerce Logan, Utah Clark Gubler Master's Degree Arts and Sciences LaVerkin, Utah lay Allen Engineering Hyrum, Utah Bryant Anderson Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Marjorie Anderson Home Economics Hansen, Idaho Virginia Arnold Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Fred Banks Commerce Lynndyl, Utah IUNE HANSON: Lambda Rho . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Home Ec Club . . . Alpha Chi Omega with Sig pin . . . serious and dependable worker . . . Student Life staff . . . Buzzer staff . . . partial to picnics, faculty members, Strauss Waltzes, moonlight rides, nylon hose, and of course-A's. BILL THOMAS: Freshman Class President . . . three year councilman . . . poiltical boss . . . elec- tions chairman . . . pre-medics student . . . lost his Pi Kap pin to an Alpha Chi . . . Blue Key award winner . . . Blue Key . . . Alpha Sigma Nu . . . interested in the army, spring fever, and Farrell Ensign. Roy Bean Forestry Brigham City, Utah Vernon Bennion Education Iordan, Utah Glen Bingham Agriculture Weston, Idaho Bryan Booth Agriculture Garden City, Utah Elmer Boyle Forestry Ogden, Utah losephine Brown Home Economics Logan, Utah Charles Bruce Arts and Sciences Smart, Wyoming Dick Bullen Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Glen Behling Arts and Sciences Ogden, Utah Edith Berghout Education Ogden, Utah lay Bingham Engineering Smithfield, Utah Crosby Bott Commerce Logan, Utah Donald Bradford Arts and Sciences Franklin, Idaho Charles Brown Engineering Logan, Utah Willard Bruce Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Edward Burgoyne Montpelier, Idaho Arts and Sciences Marqaret Bello Home Economics Magna, Utah Iohn Bernhard Forestry New York, New York Karl Bird Arts and Sciences Springville, Utah Mabel Bott Home Economics Logan, Utah Beulah Brady Home Economics Virginia, Idaho Vern Bendixson Commerce Idaho Falls Idaho Lyn Beyler Edu t1on Log Utah Kathle 1 Blair Edu ion Ev ston, ,f ing L 4 is Bowen Arts and Sciences Tooele -- Carl Bra Shaw Education Wellsvill - Utah Qs Allne Bennett Commerce Logan Utah Fred Bingham Arts and Sciences Logan Utah Fred Bohman Education Petersville, Utah Max Bowles Agriculture N ephi, Utah obert Bradshaw Arts and Sciences Wellsville, Utah Melvin Brown Education American Fork, Utah Melba Brunt Home Economics Long Beach, Caliiomia Sherman Burqoyne Commerce Logan, Utah IMI Omer Brown Forestry Frinta, Colorado MaBee Buehler Commerce Logan, Utah Arden Burnham Arts and Sciences Brigham City, Utah 47 Ruth Brown Education Garden City, Utah Vernon Buehler Commerce Logan, Utah Gean Burns Agriculture , Logan, Utah Z Spencer Calderwood Foresrty Logan, Utah Elizabeth Cardon Education Ogden, Utah Bernard Christensen Agriculture Spring City, Utah Nellie Cliff Education Heber, Utah Larry Colton Forestry Logan, Utah Robert Corey Forestry Ogden, Utah Helen Daniels Arts and Sciences Marysvale, Utah Iane Dibble Education Layton, Utah Lee Caldwell Education Logan, Utah Grover Carter Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Cleo Christensen Education Newton, Utah Violet Clifford Commerce Logan, Utah Winitred Cook Education Syracuse, Utah David Cowley Agriculture Logan, Utah Melvin Davis Arts and Sciences Garland, Utah Claudius Doty Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah BETH POCOCK: Kappa Delta airplane pilot hands out mail at college post office takes dictation for President Peterson . . student body secretary hails from Idaho but likes Utah . . . specializes in strawberry ice cream Blueb 1rds brown clothes and radio programs ROLAND READING: Captain of Aggie basketball team president of S1gma Alpha Epsilon a "good Ice" . . . makes the Art department HIS headquarters sits on the Main Hall stairs . . . dislikes dormitory rules . . . but likes Blueb 1rd cokes freshmen Alpha Chls n'11l1tary drill. Carol Campbell Home Economics Logan, Utah lack Carter Engineering Santaquin, Utah Iay Christensen Commerce Fairview, Utah Blaine Clyde Engineering Springville, Utah D'Monte Coombs Engineering Logan, Utah Ieneve Creer Home Economics Spanish Fork, Utah Robert Day Arts and Sciences Logan, Uiah Palmer DeLong Engineering Collinston, Utah 9 dial I Thoda Cannon Home Economics St. George, Utah Harold Chase Engineering Salt Lake City, Utah K th Christensen rts and Sciences onroe Utah Lou e Clyde QCIVGI' artel oper Agriculture Care Idaho Rae I ook Home Econom Pays Utah Kendel Dayley Agriculture Ogden Utah Ray Downs Agriculture Provo, Utah . ' 1 ' s and ciences . s . , . Annette Cardon Home Economics Logan, Utah Mark Child Commerce Logan, Utah Russell Christensen Engineering Tremonton, Utah Harold Collard Engineering Fountain Green, Utah Max Coray Forestry Payson, Utah lack Crossman Arts and Sciences Brigham City, Utah lack Deemer Commerce North Logan, Utah Franklin Duce Agriculture Hyde Park, Utah Woodrow Duke Agriculture Heber, Utah Gladys Eppich Home Economics Heber, Utah Lewis Edgel Engineering Coalville, Utah David Perrin Education Eden, Utah Bryan Forrest Arts and Sciences Nephi, Utah Lisle Green Forestry Clearfield, Utah Bessie Grock Home Economics Ruth, Nevada Thomas Hall Arts and Sciences Nephi, Utah J Z Melvin Dunn Education Logan, Utah Farrell Ensign ome conomxc Clearfield, Utah Ruby Eames ome Econo reston Idah Byrn neliu Ogden Utah meerm Pr vidence Utah Re Gooc iculture Brigham City, Utah . .cs Ed Melvin Gruwell Education Logan, Utah Blaine Halliday Agriculture Pleasant Grove, Utah Ralph Duce Arts and Sciences Hyde Park, Utah Bertis Ernbry Engineering Logan, Utah Iohn Pager Engineering Durango, Colorado Eva Fife Commerce Logan, Utah Cliff Garbett Commerce Nephi, Utah Earl Greenhalgh Engineering Ferron, Utah Horace Gunn Agriculture Richfield, Utah George Hamilton Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah P941 Durrell Erickson Engineering Logan, Utah Samuel Ellsworth Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Marian Feulner Agriculture Magna, Utah Susan Finlinson Home Economics Farmington, Utah Clyde Gessel Engineering Providence, Utah Samuel Greenhalgh Agriculture Nephi, Utah Elaine Haten Home Economics St. George, Utah Ruth Hammond Fillmore, Utah Providence, Utah Helen Erickson Education Collinston, Utah Robert Elkins Engineering Salt Lake City, Utah Ruth Perrin Education Eden, Utah Quentin Fletcher Engineering Springville, Utah Frances Glassett Home Economics Salt Lake City, Utah Nolan Griffin Commerce Logan, Utah George Hagiwara Agriculture - Honokoa, Hawaii lean Hanson Home Economics Commerce HELEN ALLRED LEWIS Began her Senior year with Wedding bells . . . vice president of both frosh and soph classes student councll editor of Blue book and student directory . . . Alpha Chi Omega has a yearning for delicious apples, Sig Eps, and family life. DICK RYAN Model T Fords variety of shoes avocados diamond ring for a Chi O, skiing, and fraternity life Iunior class president substituted for Mont Kenney as president of the Senior class and Blue Key president oi Sigma Chl Alpha SiQ1'I1Ci No - - - bCfSk9TbCI11 1elt9TIT1C11'1- J Iune Hanson Martin Hanson Home Economics Engineering Lehi, Utah Fillmore, Utah Mary Harris Nobel De Hart Education Agriculture Logan, Utah den, Uta Carl Hedborg V ouglas Hen icks Engineering Agric e Clifton, New Iersey Rich Utah Niles Hess Clyde Higginson Arts and Sciences Agriculture Logan, Utah -- - , Utah Lawrence Hinton Ha ld Hi er Agriculture Fo stry Hurricane, Utah Po atello, I ho Harold Hulme Dick Howell Arts and Sciences Commerce Manti, Utah Logan, Utah Eldon Jacobsen Walter Iaggi Arts and Sciences Education Logan, Utah Logan, Utah Virginia Iensen Maureen Iensen d Sciences Home Economics Brigham, Utah Arts an Emery. Utah 1294 Virginia Hansen Education Cornish, Utah lc Harwood Iac Agriculture Salt Lake City, Utah Dave Rearrell Forestry Neosho, Missouri ill Theresa H Home Economics Logan, Utah Bert Hoggan Commerce Ogden, Utah Wilma Hulse Commerce Logan, Utah Harold Iames Agriculture Salt Lake City, Utah Edna Iohnson Education Logan, Utah i 1 Bryon Harris Agriculture Layton, Utah Deon Hatch Arts and Sciences Vernal, Utah Marguerite Hendricks Agriculture Richmond, Utah Bruce Hillam Commerce Salt Lake City, Utah Grant Holman Commerce Logan, Utah Norwood Hyer Engineering Lewiston, Utah Marjorie Iarvis Education Salt Lake City, Utah Fred Iohnson Agriculture Springville, Utah Iudd Harris Commerce Logan, Utah Knolyn Hatch Agriculture Lewiston, Utah Burl Hermansen Forestry Preston, Nevada Clinton Hinckley Arts and Sciences Ftexburq. Idaho Paul Howard Forestry Salt Lake City, Utah Edwin Izatt Education Logan, Utah Paul Ienkins Forestry Salt Lake City, Utah Fay Iohnson Arts and Sciences Richmond, Utah CARMEN LEIGH: Red headed Chi O from B. A. C .... "Sparky" to her friends . . . coaches high school debaters . . . Aggie varsity debater . . . has uncontrollable love for bubble baths, people, debaters, and novel beads . . . Alpha Sigma Nu. . . B. A. C. Club . . . majored in commerce. ' WILLIAM STOCKDALE: Strictly a behind-the-scenes man . . . Works for the maintenance and repairs department . . . letterman and captain of Aggie swimming squad . . . high man in Alpha Kappa Psi stockmarket contest . . . likes to swim, fix things, drink malted milks, and meet people. 53 HAROLD HINER: Dislikes Engineers but is fond of Foresters, hunting and shooting, thick steaks, Walking, reading, rain, and military . . . student body president . . . rifle squad . . . Blue Key . . . Sigma Nu's pride and joy . . . star forward on student council basketball team . . . Foresters' prexy. RAYMOND "BUTCH" KIMBALL: B. A. C. student body president . . . Blue Key . . . student council . . . Alpha Sigma Nu . . . Ag Econ club . . . International Relations . . . claims he likes Beeman's gum, dirty politics, attractive but intelligent women, banana splits, and spring Weather. Milton Iones Myrtle Iohnson Commerce Arts and Sciences Ogden, Utah Laketown, Utah Mont Kenney Sidney Kent Commerce Arts and Sciences Cedar City, Utah Logan, Utah Alvin Kinsey Robert Koike Agriculture Cgmmerce ""' w-up Midway, Utah Logan, Utah Ruel Lamborn Barbara Larsen Arts and Sciences Education LOQCIH. Utah Logan, Utah Daniel Lawrence Reid Lawrence Ef1QiU99Yi1'1q Commerce I-OQGD. Utah Logan, Utah Lee Vern Leishrnan Helen Lewis Engineering Education Wellsville, Utah Logan, Utah Alan Luke Chester Lundberg Commerce Commerce Iunction, Utah Logan, Utah Nadine Madsen Dale Maughan Home Economics Arts and Sciences Brigham City, Utah Wellsville, Utah Charles Kczsler Education Logan, Utah Raymond Kimball Commerce Kanosh, Utah Weldon Kofoed Education Logan, Utah Clifton Larson Engineering Garland, Utah Bert Lear Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Nathan Lipman Bryant Kearl Commerce Logan Utah Iames Kin Forestry Logan Utah Kyqar e Economx ' vils Slide, rant Agri Hyde Park, Utah - -eering We ville, 1 Stan y Lo n rts and Sciences Del Mar Kearl Agnculture Logan Utah Ted King Agnculture Teasdale Utah Paul Lamborn Agriculture Laketown Utah Robert Larsen Forestry Ogden Utah Carmen Leigh Commerce Cedar City, Utah William Lowe Commerce Forestry Dunellen, New Jersey Iay McFarland Agriculture Ogden, Utah Douglas Maughan Arts and Sciences Wellsville, Utah Hudson. New York Allen McGregor Engineering Thatcher, Idaho Ralph C. Mauqhan Education Smithfield, Utah Z Beaver, Utah Afton McDonald Education Heber, Utah Seth Mauqhan Education 'W'e1lsvi1le, Utah 55 n F941 Kathleen Mabey Home Economics Clearfield, Utah Beth Merrill Arts and Sciences Richmond, Utah Robert Murdock Arts and Sciences Milford, Utah Ruth Neville Education Ogden, Utah Elmer Olsen Arts and Sciences Smithfield. Utah Iack Pace Commerce Nephi, Utah Norman Perry Arts and Sciences Deweyville, Utah Mabel Peterson Home Economics Ogden, Utah Russell Mecharn Commerce Logan, Utah Betty Miller Education Hyrum, Utah William Murray Forestry Ogden, Utah Ollie lean Nielsen Home Economics Logan, Utah Dale Olsen Commerce Logan, Utah Herbert Packard Arts and Sciences Idaho Falls, Idaho Glen Peterson Commerce North Logan, Utah Melvin Peterson Commerce Ogden, Utah LORRAINE ANDERSON: Always smiling likes afternoon walks cokes at the Bluebird hit parade, Friday night dances, and novels spent four years working on committees and proiects which lead to membership in Alpha Sigma Nu member ofthe A W S COUHCII CLAUDIUS DOTY: Tenor lead ot several Utah S ate opera successes every Aggie has been thrilled by his voice" . . . church goers sing led by his baton married and sold on family life . . . enjoys symphonies, choruses bands Tbone steaks sideburns and a cheery hello J 1594 ehr Bliss M Commerce Logan, Utah Albert Mitchell Forestry Heber, Utah rt Napper cation Edu Logan, Utah Delbe Nielsen Agriculture Manti, Utah Grant and rn Orm Willia Commerce Salt Lake City, Utah Rodney Palmer Arts and Sciences Cedar City, Utah Peterson Grant Commerce Logan, Utah Nettie Marie P Education Logan. Utah Clarence Meldrurn William Mendenhall Forestry Agriculture San Francisco, California Richmond, Utah ofa y ou - Howard Morris ' Education Agriculture ,Salt Lake City, Ut h Logan, Utah S Y F 1- Nel 5-- .il Rhoda Nelson ' ,E riculture lx Education gan, U ah wx Smithfield, Utah r :V 5" ose Niel n Woodrow Nielsen Home co omics xg Education - Ogden, Utah L - Ephraim, Utah V' D' ' U ' Q ' t, Berlin Osborn i o erce , ' 2 Arts and Sciences A Oq n, Utah 5 Escalante, Utah l i 'f W f 77 15! d Pe V H Y E Mignon Perry P' 7 Education A W Y can Home Economics New York, New York Logan, Utah Howard Peterson Lou Peterson Commerce Home Economics Firth, Idaho Rexburg, Idaho Ralph Peterson Virginia Pederson d Sciences Home Economics Logan, Utah eterso I1 Arts an Hyrum, Utah Shirley Pitcher Leora Petty Lynn Pitcher Education Education Education Cedar City, Utah Logan, Utah Weston, Idaho Nellie Polson Clare Porter Cliff Potter Commerce Agriculture Commerce Salt Lake City, Utah Delta, Utah Ogden, Utah Elizabeth Price 2- Pugsle Sidney Ralph Arts and Sciences ts and Scie es Forestry Logan, Utah osette, Utah Logan, Utah Dale Redd Virgi anda Imogene Redd Commerce Ho mics Education . Blanding, Utah Ogden, Utah Monticello, Utah Ioyce Rich - - ' Q - - Smith Richards Home Economics - e Econ Engineering- Logan, Utah Ri rside, ah Hyrum, Utah Thomas Robbins Eva Roger n Ralph Rollins Commerce u ucation Engineering Logan, Utah Ogden, Utah Beaver, Utah Victor Rudolph Dick Ryan Elaine Sandburg Forestry Commerce Home Economics Little Falls, Minnesota Logan, Utah Hurricane, Utah Melvin Schwartz Woodrow Scott Iune Scriven Commerce Commerce Commerce Logan, Utah Logan, Utah Ogden, Utah J IEAN HANSON: Home Ec major with a Weakness for Pi Kap pins . . . president of Phi Upsilon Omicron and Theta Upsilon . . . Alpha Sigma Nu . . . Home Ec club . . . debater . . . likes plaid skirts, pink lifesavers, forrnals, canyon parties, and tan stationery . . . Phi Kappa Phi. HOMER STEPHENSON: Transfer from B. A. C. with a leaning toward number 4 pencils, minty candy bars, Sunday shows, any flavor of ice cream, and White shirts . . . member of Blue Key, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha and the Buzzer staff. 4 Beth Pocock Arts and Sciences St. Anthony, Idaho Ieane Poulter Education Logan, Utah Lloyd Ramelli Forestry Vinton, California Norma Redd Home Economics Blanding, Utah Don Rigby Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Genevieve Romney Home Economics Logan, Utah l Ernie Sanders Commerce Ogden, Utah William Shaw Commerce Logan, Utah Ralph Platt Engineering Kanarraville, Utah Leroy Prestgard Education Idaho Falls, Idaho Paul Rasmussen Agriculture Ephraim, Utah Dave Reynolds Agriculture N ephi, Utah Bert Roberts Commerce - Logan, Utah Sterling Rose Agriculture Morgan, Utah Ervin Schleicher Agriculture Cochituate, Mass. Lyle Shipley Education Logan, Utah Sam Shiozawa Layton, Utah Engineering Henry Skidmore Forestry Logan, Utah Rulon Smith Commerce Logan, Utah Rulon Sorenson Engineering Salt Lake City, Utah Ward Stevens Forestry Mt. Pleasant, Utah Virginia Stolphe Home Economics Salt Lake City, Utah Beryl Theurer Arts and Sciences Providence, Utah Morris Thurston Engineering Provo, Utah Z if itil Sue Shotwell Home Economics Logan, Utah arold Simpso Arts and Science Logan Utah Smith orestry F t W Texa Vau peak v n Forestry ude S S Ho e Econ ics Lo n Uta oward Stone Education Logan, Utah B. . ' Fillmore, Utah - 1 'O I1 Sterling Taylor Agriculture Salem, Utah Norma Thorstensen Education Ogden, Utah Iames Schoenfeld Agriculture Magna, Utah Manti, Utah Elbert Simmons Arts and Sciences Lawrence Slater Education Tooele, Utah Wayne Steed Education Provo, Utah Horner Stephenson Commerce Holden, Utah William Stockdale Commerce North Logan, Utah Paul Taylor Engineering Clearfield, Utah Boy Thorall Arts and Sciences Salt Lake City, Utah lui Searle Shupe Commerce Ogden, Utah Wallace Skidmore Engineering Providence, Utah Ruth Smith Home Economics Draper, Utah Robert Stenburg Engineering Salt Lake City, Utah Edna Stewart Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Thelma Summers Education Ogden, Utah Beatrice Thomas Home Economics Sandy, Utah Francis Todd Engineering Roosevelt, Utah Alice Simmonds Commerce Kanosh, Utah Ernest Skinner Agriculture Logan, Utah Edgar Sorenson Agriculture Mendon, Utah Ellwood Stephens Arts and Sciences Cedar City, Utah Seth Stewart Commerce Kaysville, Utah Gail Taylor Agriculture Blackfoot, Idaho Bill Thomas Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Tustin Tolton Commerce Beaver, Utah BRYANT KEARL Editor ot Student Lite and p esident of Alpha Sigma Nu . . . Blue Key . . . outstandlng S A E receives letters to the editor debater and Writer . . . fond of good books apple pie and cheese meat loaf and catsup and Republicans . . . lousy basketball player. ELAINE WINTCH National President of Spurs Alpha Srqma Nu . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Ernpyrean Sponsors student body vice president . Chi Omega . . . particular about pictures chooses formals tweeds country life perfume Andre' Kostelanitz, and spaghetti. Mauvia Tracy Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Esther Watson Education Cedar City, Utah Dean Webber Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Floyd White Engineering Lehi, Utah La Verd Whitehead Home Economics St. George, Utah Ioseph Willmore Education Logan, Utah Artha Winter Home Economics Ogden, Utah Ida Winward Education Logan, Utah Andre Truden Forestry Murray, Utah Norma Ward Home Economics Logan, Utah Ioe West Engineering Ogden, Utah William Whitaker Agriculture Salt Lake City, Utah Bill Whitesides Education Layton. Utah Alma Wilson Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah William Woitinden Commerce Garland, Utah Play Wooton Commerce Ogden, Utah DEON HATCH: House manager of the Alpha Chi Castle spends some evenings acting as house mother . . . very allergic to skiing and spramed ankles Empyrean Theta Alpha Phi . . . talented actress . . . likes parties bridge more parties men With sl"ort hair and ice cream BERNELL WINN: Editor of Scribble and all around Journalist Student Life staff for four years . . . one of main cogs in Lambda Rho Wins short story contests has a passion for two bit words, pictures of the campus press conventions hot chocolate and intellectual arguments Marjean Tyson Education Logan, Utah Helen Warren Education Syracuse, Utah Margaret Welker Education St. George, Utah anet Wheatley l Home Economics Brigham City, Utah John Wilcstrom Forestry Ogden, Utah Ellen Wilson Home Economics Cgden, Utah Bernell Winn Arts and Sciences Smithfield, Utah Lowell Yeates Commerce Logan, Utah Brenda Van Orden Home Economics Smithfield, Utah D U o n A 0 - ' rts and Sciences endon, Utah I Welch merce gan U ah ne Commerce Paradise Utah Per Utah Mar 1 W1lSO Agriculture Driggs, Idaho C N 'v o' o y ' Elaine Wintch Arts and Sciences Manti, Utah Robert Zirker Arts and Sciences Myton, Utah H14 David Wagstaff Agriculture Mt, Pleasant, Utah. Loy Watts Commerce Logan, Utah Ernest Wettstein Agriculture Santa Rosa, California Robert White Engineering Goshen, Utah Malin Wilding Engineering Teton, Idaho Harold Weiner Arts and Sciences New York, New York Iohn Wood Arts and Sciences Logan, Utah Ray Zenger Engineering Midway, Utah ffm gcff 1 Lev 1 f'5c1l ff gf! yan! 4.gZl2'!l'6'Z Marjorie Paulson Beryl Hansen MARIORIE PAULSON: Buzzer staff . . . Student Life staff . . . Iunior Class vice president . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . student body vice president next year. BERYL HANSEN: This year's class secretary, next year's stu- dent body secretary . . . consistent politician . . . Alpha Chi , Omega . . . typist. DICK HARRIS: Class president . . . works in the reserve room of the library .' . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . on next year's student council Frishknecht, Harris, Paulson, Hansen . . . efficent, enthusiastic . . . upper divisioners . . . responsible . . . prom givers . . . Con Bertin, chairman . . . quality and quantity . . , toppers in social events . . . fill shoes of passing seniors . . . carve dis- tinct niche . . . informal parties with the seniors . . . individual stars, singers, athletes, dramatists . . . student council members . . . dormant occasionally . . . irresponsible voters . . . train to be all-rnighties next year . . . publicity seekers . . . fill variety Dick Harris of student positions . . .outgrown fueds . . . dignified . . . enjoy being mistaken for seniors . . . impress frosh with knowledge . . . begin to question own learning . . . think of sheepskins . . . realize college isn't so bad. wi faaiffzy, Mania Iunior Iacket Committee mem- bers down at Wickels pause in their selection long enough to have their picture taken. Fran- ces Iohnson, Henry Bradshaw, Annabelle S rn it h , Marjorie Paulson, Dick Call, Merrill Prows, and the salesman, Russ Humphreys. Homecoming saw the Iunior Class float advocating "Put them through the Wringer, Aggies!" IUNIOR PROM COMMITEE Jack Smith, Con Bertin, Beryl Hansen, Royal Henderson, Frances Iohnson, Bob Corey, Helen Wintch, Beryl Rigby, Dick Harris, Marjorie Paulson. NED CLYDE: An outstanding engineer who spends his spare time out on the track running the dashes and jumping both high and low hurdles. In addi- tion to being a campus personality, Ned will head the S. A. E's. as president for the coming year. STERLING PETERSON: Known to some as "the Senator" and to others as "Political Pete." Served as Sophomore Class President and one year Coun- cilman. Recognized as one of the leaders of Pi Kappa Alpha and a "romeo" with the women. MELVIN "SMOOTH" MANNING: Rather quiet and demure but plenty smooth is Sigma Chi's Mel Manning. Very prominent in intramural activities and outstanding as a backtield man on the Aggie football squad . . . Iunior Prom Committee. Lgmddfg :za Lgdfjllil f t 3 Ay, G . iff" a SAM BAILEY: Intramural department propaganda head and assistant editor of this year's Student Lite as well as copy editor for the l94l Buzzer. Next year Sam will hold down the editor's chair on the weekly paper. Claims to be ping-pong expert. RAE SCOTT: A "red-headed" Kappa Delta with a smile for everyone. Elected to the Prom Committee, but had the misfortune to break her leg While on a canyon party With the Prom heads. President elect and this year's secretary of Associated Women. CON BERTIN: Calls the intramural department home, but spends most ot his time driving a Model "T" and rushing for Pi Kappa Alpha. Found himself acting as chairman of the Iunior Prom committee which produced the "Sunset Symphony." DICK ROMNEY: A commerce major using his abil- ities as Business Manager of the Student Life, both this year and next. Likes to wear his military uni- form and lead the Sigma Chi's in their singing . . President of the Rocky Mountain Press Association. Bight, First row: Iohn Barton, Sam Bailey, Donna Ballard, Simon Baker. Second row: Audra Bankhead, Afton Barfuss, Warren P. Barnurn, Lawrence Aubert. Third row: Cliff Barton, Grace Bateman, Esther Bauerle, Dorothy Beal. if . my Left, First row: I. T. Abbott, Ella Adamson, Edrie Allen, Fred Allen. Second row: Clyde Anderson, Reed R. Allen, Chad Anderson, Clyde Allred. Third row: Donald Anderson, Ingrid Ander- son, Lee Roy Anderson, Marjorie Anderson. Fourth row: Myron K. Anderson, Rulon An- derson, Robert L. Anderson, Oleen Anderson. Fifth row: Garr Ashby, Ruth Andrus, Donald Ashdown, Wayne Ashworth. Lower left, First row: R. Lynn Benson, Grant Bethers, First row: Earl Chapman, Ray Canning, Marjorie Ora Bills, Ben Bingham. Carver, Harry P. Carter. Second row: Robert Black, Pratt Bliss, Dan Bradshaw, Second row: Lloyd Christensen, Adele Christensen, Harold Black. Iean Christensen, Kent Christensen. Third row: Alma Brinkerhoff, Mary Brandley, Henry Third row :Dave Clark, Melba Christensen, Mildred Bradshaw, Erner Broadbent. Clark, Iohn Clay. . x l J M . mm V my y r I , ' - gy 1 t ,fc . P ss r , r - W M r f ' f-: .2 ' : , I , ' ' f -x f if . ,M gf . y .. i t Q K J: , ,' 'fi f L i s . -' S ' .: C ,,,.. . I A 5 it s V1 Q I Fourth row: Laurence Brough, Alrneda Brown, Thales Brown, Dick Burr. Fifth row: Robert H. Burqoyne, Donna Burrie, Rocheo Bush, Ronald Buttars. Sixth row: Warren Caldwell, Nelda Calder, Dick Call, Lucille Campbell. Fourth row: Genevieve Clayton, Robert Clayton, Wayne Cloward, Ned Clyde. Fifth row: Almira Collinqs, Harvey Colby, Richard Coburn, Frank Coleman. Sixth row: Wayne Collinqs, Darlene Condie, Ivan L. Corbridqe, Iune Cook. xc, 4' an-iw First row: Barbara Cordon, Iulette Cordon, Robert Corey, Ruel Crandall. Second row: Carmen Croft, Faye Crawford, Iohn Crockett, Clay Crawford. Third row: Alice Crookston, Lawrence Cuskelly, Annabel Dayley, Iames Dalley. Fourth row: Aileen DeLong, Katherene Debloois, Effie Debloois, George Demetros. Fifth row: Marian Eaton, Belva Doran, Dwight Dixon, Iack Driggs. First row: Margaret Erickson, 'Wilma Ellis, Ursel Ralph Ernbry, Hal Edison. Second row: Lucille Evans, Ioe Everton, Rama Eyre, Catherine Farr. Third row: Milton Fisher, Genevieve Farr, Mark Fjeldsted, Enid Fishburn. Fourth row: Ben Earl Fowler, Oda Fonnesbeck, Dean Freeman, Dean Gardner. Fifth row: Eva Gardner, Ellen Gardner, Lorna Gardner, Helen Gardner. I Right, First row: Marqene Hall, Earl Hafen, Norma Hall, Iohn M. Hall. Second row: Mervin Hall, Frank Hall, Keith Halls, Wanda Haley. Third row: Rae Hamilton, Nedra Hansen, Dean M. Hansen, Rose Harrop. Fourth row: Royal Henderson, Mary Hatch, LaVan Hendricks, Alder Henrie. Fifth row: Madonna Herbert, Charles Henry, Beth Herrnansen, Bob Hey. Sixth row: Charles Heywood, Norman Hea- ton, Iex Hiatt, Russell Hicken. - tvry - Q- 1- . . os ,. , ' 5 -tlv F' ,,,,, F F ,t.., , ' S w - Y , FCM N HCA Nl F . , 1 u ttr it I A g X " A l 1 Left, First row: Phyllis Gardner, Keith Gates, Don Gay, Ezra Geddes. Second row: Charles Iacob Gilden, Sylvester Gold, Elaine Goodwin, Don Gowers. Third row: Kathleen Graham, Grant P. Grandy, Eva Greenwell, Vera Griffin. Left, First row: Ineda Hickman, Dick Hinchcliif, Phillip Hinze, Max Hogqard. Second row: Iohn Holmgren, Helen Hudrnan, Doris Hughes, David K. Hulme. Third row: Clyde Hurst, Dorothy Hurst, Charles Hutchison, Glen Iackson. Fourth row: Maureen Iackson, Spencer Iacques, Deon Iames, Don Ienson. Fifth row: Phoebe Iensen, Marjorie Iensen, Robert Ieppesen, Ace Iohnson. 7? Right, First row: G-eneveive Iohnson, IoBeth Iohnson, Louis E. Iohnson, Roma Iohnson. Second row: Ronald Iohnson, Donald L. Iones, Kathryn Jones, Max Johnson. Third row: Ray Iones, Bill Kervin, Carlos Kidman, Ruby Killpack. Fourth row: Frances Kurtz, Clara Klinqler, Louise Kunz, William C. Klassen. Fifth row: Marion R. Larsen, Reed Lambert, Marian Larsen, Wendell Later. Right, First row: Welby Madson, LaMar Mackay, Dwight Malrnqren, CoDeal Manqel- son. Second row: William Mathews, Dasil Mathews, Leo Manwarinq, Oriel Matkin. Third row: James V. Monroe, Lynn Mellor, Dale R. Miller, Farrell Mohlman. A Fourth row: Bonny Ruth Murphy, Willard K. Mauqhan, Bertha Monson, Frank Mohlman. Fifth row: Maridean Munk, Merle E. Morris, Horace Morrill, Noris Nelson. Sixth row: Alfred Neilson, Lee Neilson, Evelyn Murphy, Shirley Nelson. Lett, First row: Dick Lattin, Irene Leatham, Howard Lewis, Russell Liston. Second row: Gail Loveless, Stratford Loosle, Marie Lund, lack Lundburq. Third row: Helen Lundstrom, Fawn McFarland, Gene McBride, Lillian Lyman. Lett, First row: Ioe Nemanic, Margaret Nielsen, Robert Wilson, A. I. Newby. Second row: Newell Olson, Mavis Olson, Guy Pace, Preston Olsen. Third row: Hector Orme, Verlene Pace Hazel Owens, Lee Olsen. 1 Fourth row: Dee Louise Parker, Gerald M. Palmer, Lynn S. Parker, Glenna Parker. Fifth row: Harriet Parks, Douglas Parkinson Hazel Parks, Mildred Parry. 1 Sixth row: Doris Passey, Marjorie Paulson, Claii Payne, Betty Pederson. Right, First row: Ruth Pedersen, Hazel Petersen, Shirley Petersen, Ruth Penrose. Second row: Marvin Petersen, Iacquelin Peterson, Sterling Peterson, Allan Peterson. Third row: Lois Peterson, Faris Peterson, Mary Pett, Robert Peterson. ti, . K 'Q .. ,QQ E ' i 'E S , ' ' I "-k - i ,, f ' 'ill -' Mg 'A ' if--'E' " .. 12' Q S i , , ,, J ,uvf K , . Lett, First row: Beryl Rigby, Tom Roberts, Clay Robinson, Lewis Robinson. Second row: Harold I. Roghaar, Dean Rogers, Richard Romney, Iay Roker. Third row: Burt Rouse, Ephraim Rosenberg, Willard C. Rose, lean Rowe. Fourth row: William Rozynek, Beth Sanders, Ruth Sanford, Roy Scott. Fifth row: Edward Scartezina, Lois Sargent, Harvard B. Schmutz, Carroll Secrist. . Right, First row: Margaret Potter, Paul Poulsen, Lucille Pixton, Stellman Pitt. Second row: Leo Powell, Thomas Pozainsky, Lloyd Ralphs, Sidney Priday. Third row: Stanley Rath, Eleanor Rasmuson, Milton Rasmussen, Clare I. Reed. Fourth row: Grant Rees, Virginia Rice, Wilford Rich, Anna Lou Reese. Fifth row: Dale Rigby, Dean Rigby, Denton Richards, Ruby Richards. Right, First row: Geraldine Taylor, Ivan Taylor, Iay I. Taylor, Torn Taylor. Second row: Bill C. Thomas, Ray Thatcher, Ross Thomas, Quenton Thomas. Third row: Clark Thompson, Betty Turnbull, Byron Tomlinson, Iune Tracy. t ,. ,. ., 1' . Left, First row: Vivian Semmons, Lloyd E. Shaw, Sybil Shumway, Ila Sinqelton. Second row: Norwin Sjoberq, Emma Spencer, Wilford Smedinq, Ioy Spencer. Third row: Keith Sorenson, Marie Stander, Lola Sorenson, Athene Stewart. Fourth row: Donald Stenquist, Marjorie Stephens, Kenneth Stephen, Betty lean Stone. Fifth row: lean Stokes, Lora Stratford, Brian Taylor. First row: Charlene Turner, George Tripp, Ruth Tyson, Vtfayne Tuttle. Second row: Gorden Van Epps, Iarnes Vanderbeek, I. Dee Van Orden, Lee Umstattd. Third row: Ross Wheatley, Max Wadsworth, Glenn Wahlquist, Ioyce Walker. Lower right, First row: lean Wheelwright, Mildred West, Kath- ryn Wiggins, Dee Whitesides, Stuart Wheelwrighi. Second row: Marion Wilcox, Woodrow Wilkes, Sibyl Wilkin- son, Wayne Wilson, Aiton Williams. Third row: Bud Williams, Bill Williamson, Kurt Wright, Scott L. Williams, Helen Wintch. A- Fourth row: Carol Wennergren, Dean Ward, Ted Fourth row: Helen Wright, Ken Wright, Wilden Williams, Dale Wennerqren, Alvin Warnick. Yound, Frell Zink. Fifth row: Raymond Webb, Rulon Waite, Doris Fifth row: Ken Lund, Rene Ballard, Glen Nelson, Howard C. Wallin, Beth Welling. Nielson, Gerald Green. Sixth row: Karl T. Homer, Lynn Crookston, Pauline Shmutz, Lora Stratford. YP gf nun fffim and fmasf fwwziy Sophomore Stocking Dotnoe Committee: Ruth Lindsay, Reid Bishop, Iectnne Alien. Homecomers demonstrate how to "clean 'em up riqht" in downtown pcrrode. W4,,Mf .... . Ralph Richards, president, Dorothy Daines, vice president: Ruth Lindsay, secretary . . . classy as- sembly . . . walk with a swagger . . . look for snaps . . . boast they know the ropes . . . pity orientators . . . fill groups . . . learn to polish . . . resolve to raise average . . . outgrown greenness . . . old enough to be tolerated . . . soph sock spree . . . all day sucker givers . . . associate with frosh when not teuding . . . defeated in water pull- as usual . . . have hopes for greater things to come . . . politicians . . . star studded with athletes . . . take composition . . . think ot major-very seldom, however . . . realize some of college glam- our is gone . . . look ahead to Iunior Prom . . . steadfast Greeks . . . gained distinction of being only class not to order a Senior Iacket. Ralph Richards, President Dorothy Daines, Vice President Ruth Lindsay, Secretary George Lacey Doris Von Dorm ' 4 Stanley Anderson Clint Nelson X. 84 Helen Stewart penny GEORGE LACEY: Golden voiced baritone of the S. A. E.'s . . . sings leads in the opera and Kollegiate Kapers . . . Working man. DORIS VAN DAM: Friendly and courteous . . . scholastically inclined . . . president of local chapter of Spurs . . . political possibilities. STANLEY ANDERSON: Buzzer staff . . . Student Lite staff . . . intramural publicity . . . radio broadcaster . . . councilman elect. CLINT NELSON: Outstanding intrarnuralist for S.A.E .... three year councilman . . . inclined to be a playboy . . . ordinarily rather reserved. HELEN STEWART: Answers to call of "Stew Baby" . . . small and charming Alpha Chi . . undecided about serious-mindedness. SHIRLEE ALLEN: Member of Utah State's noted singing trio . . . Chi Omega . . . Sigma Nu Dream Girl . . . piano accompanist deluxe. M an ugifx FRED ALLEN: Typifies ideal athlete . . . successful politician . . . eats chapter dinners at the Sigma Chi House . . . suave. MERRILL DAINES: Has high hopes of someday being a doctor . . . conscientious and hard working . . . Sigma Chi's social chairman. R :f i t ' . ' - 1, M .,. Q ...Y f'...- :., '..,, .1 f .1 ,er - Ehztaajgali 5 e , 5E:u557?5'liS1: A : gas . ' Zs54f.If3,1Q7i:f'1 , , Q X SN, X . XX y , Shirlee Allen Fred Allen Merrill DCUHGS First row: Elaine Adams, LeGrande Abbott, Richard Adams, Iarnes Alleman, Ioyce Adney. Second row: Ruth Allred, Shirlee Allen, Ieanne Allen, Luana Amussen, Glenn Anderson. Third row: Grant Anderson, lay Anderson, Nathan Anderson, Neldon I Anderson, Richard Anderson. I Fourth row: Philip Andrews, Lurline Anderson, Wanda Anderson, Stanley Andersen, Keith Arthur. Fifth row: Edith Ashby, David Bailey, Betty Baldridqe, Robert Ball, Marline Balls. .W if Above, First row: Ann Barber, Na- dine Ballard, Ethel Barker. Second row: Lee Barraclouqh, Margaret Barlow, N'Tl'1eta Barrett. Third row: Paul Bartschi, Della Bartlett, Alice Bateman. Fourth row: Shirley Beard, Grace Bateman, Clyde Bauqh. Fifth row: Iarnes Beck, Del Mont Beecher, David Becker. 07552 First row: Ray Behling, Winston Benson, David Benton, Ted Bernhisell, David Bernstein. Second row: Charles Bingham, Reed Bills, Lottie Berndt, Eldon Bingham, Frank Bingham. Third row: Clifford Blackham, Delores Birch, Reed Bishop, Norris Bingham, Llewellyn Bodrero. Fourth row: Darwin Bradfield, Dorothy Bowen, Clair Bradshaw, Helen Bott, Robert Branges. Fifth row: Elmo Breinholt, Thomas Brotherson, Marie Briggs, Bernice Brough, Leon Brower. 6654 Below, First row: Evelyn Brown, Grant Brown, Garn Brown. Second row: Bay Bryner, Stuart Brown, Ed Budge. Third row: Alma Burton, Reed Budge, lean Burch. Fourth row: Dick Burke, Grant Budge, Richard Call. Fifth row: Ed Burton, Lila Butler, Robert Caine. . ZZ Above, First row: lack Callahan, Robert Campbell, Marie Carlson. Second row: Robert Carlson, Ralph Carlson, Merle Castleton. Third row: Geraldine Cazier, Iirn Charchalis, Helen Chamberlain. Fourth row: Katherine Childs, Cecil Christensen, Keller Christensen. Fifth row: Mahalia Christensen, Lu- cille Christensen, Mary Christensen. Below, First row: Angelo Collis, Elmer Clark, lack Clark Melba Clayson, Richard Clayton. Second row: Iean Clements, Ted Clement, Warren Church Marcus Cooley, David Cook. Third row: Sybil Cook, Clyde Cox, Mary Costley, Owen Cram Bert Craw. Fourth row: Ellis Crosby, Wayne Craw, Gordon Crockett Alice May Cutler, Carol Daynes. Fifth row: Ruth Danielson, Dorothy Daines, Merrill Daines Estella Davis, Blanche Deschamps. I aw 1 Below, First row: Lucille Dixon, LaVerd Dobson, Robert Dorton. Second row: Eldon Drake, Dale Drummond, Ioe DuBois. Third row: Nadine Dunn, LaVon Duce, Arnold Durtsche. Fourth row: Bruce Elmgren, George Egbert, David Emch. , Fifth row: Leslie England, Dudley Emmett, Melvin Erickson. Above, First row: Annora Eskilsen, Roma Erickson, Dorothy Esplin, Dean Eyre, Woodrow Evans. Second row: Dottie Field, Marjorie Fife, Dale Fisher, Sheldon F izqerald, Dean Fletcher. Third row: Gene French, Fae Fridal, Boyd Frugal, Iohn Frugal, Beulah Gancheff. Fourth row: Lee Gibson, Wanda Glassett, Marguerite Greaves, Russell Goodman, Vaughan Gordon. Fifth row: Donna Gold, Earl Griffin, Dan Griffiths, Weldon Griffiths, Preston Gunnell. Below, First row: Frances Hansen, Myron Haderlite, Beatrice Hansen. Second row: Frank Hansen, Norma Hansen, Richard Hansen. Third row: Terry Hansen, Thelma Harris, Vaughan Hansen. Fourth row: Wendell Hansen, Arden Harris, Everett Harris. Fifth row: Reed Hartvigsen, Walter Harris, Ruby Hartviqsen. Above, First row: Doris Harwood, Alton Haslarn, Betty Hatch, Terrence Hatch. Second row: Rex Hawkins, Austin Haws, Keith Haws, Ralph Hebe-l. Third row: Rolina Hendricks, Karma Hill, Ferris Hillyard, Ralph Hobson. Fourth row: Helen Hovey, Phil Hubbard, Iarnes Huber, Donald Hughes. Fifth row: Gwen Hunsaker, Harold Hyer, Ruth Hyer, Gwen Hurnas. 7444 Below, First row: Ace Iohnson, Ioe Iohnson, Don Iohnson, Norma Iohnson, Second row: Ruth Iohnson, Dorothy Iorqensen, Reid Iudd, Rita Iones. Third row: Cleas Keller, Vere Iohnson, Elna Kemp, Above, First row: Olma Irving, Dwayne Iverson, Evan Iverson. Second row: Lois Ivory, Monard Iacobsen, LaRue Iarnes. Third row: Wayne Iames, Homer Iaynes, Wilson Ienkins. Fourth row: Lynn Ienkins, Ieanne Ienninqs, Dean Iensen. Fifth row: Donald Iensen, Kather- ine Iensen, Mae Iensen. 452 Dick Kerr. Fourth row: Clinton Killian, Norval Kitchen, Arie Kitchen, Myrl Klippert. Fifth row: Kenneth Krey, Marguerite Kroptli, Ruby Kunz, George Lacey. ef? Z a'5'z Above, First row: Ruth Langford, Charles Lange, Ernest Larsen, Lloyd Larsen. Second row: Ken Lee, Imogene Lee, Ludwig Lerrner, Iarnes Lewis. Third row: Ted Lindford, Allen Lindsay, Ruth Lind- say, Gloria Linnell. Fourth row: Keith Long, LaVon Loosle, Doreen Loosle, Clair Lundberg. Fifth row: Wayne Mace, Rea Madsen, Claude Mangurn, Geraldine Marshall. 92 Below, First row: Ferrie Mathie, Flora Maughan, Franklin Maugh- CIR. Second row: Theda McBride, Leon McGarry, LaVar McMillan. Third row: Carrie McQuarrie, Willard Mecharn, Bruce Memrnott Fourth row: Edward Merrill, Gor- don Merrill, Helen Michaelsen. Fifth row: Lael Miller, Wendell Miller, William Miller. 26? Below, First row: Horace Milligan, Don Mitchell, Trevor Mitchie, LaMar Monroe. Second row: Dave Moore, Luella Moore, Mary Morgan, Maude Morrell. Third row: Iane Moss, Hugh Murray, Iay Myers, Guy Murray. Fourth row: Reva Myers, Thora Nalder, Iarnes Neely, Glenn Neilson. Fifth row: Horten Neilson, Martha Neilson, Phil Neilsen, Clinton Nelson. Above, First row: Connie Nelson, Ethel Nelson, David Nelson. Second row: Helen Nelson, Milo Nelson. Nona Nelson. Third row: Wilford Nelson, Forrest Nord, Edith Nyrnan. Fourth row: Lloyd Ogden, Gail Olsen, Orneara Olsen. Fifth row: Violet Olsen, Iarnes O'- Toole, Lynn Page. 93 Below, First row: Lane Palmer, Richard Parkinson, Grant Perry, Hugo Patterson. Second row: Douglas Pearce, Marie Peirce, Ioseph Perex, Barbara Perkins. Third row: Eldred Peterson, David Peterson, Wendell Peterson, Emma Poison. Fourth row: Gordon Porter, Bill Power, Kenneth Proctor, Robert Pugh. Fifth row: Oral Pugrnire, Richard Pugsley, Margaret Quinney, Ray Ralphs. 94 Above, First row: Barbara Ras- mussen, lane Rasmussen, Warren Rasmussen. Second row: Iessie Ray, lack Reader, Eugene Reaves. Third row: Melvin Rennie, Merrill Rees, Cecil Reese. Fourth row: Keith Reese, Kathaleen Rex, Ken Reese. Fifth row: Edward Rice, Clyde Richards, Myron Richards. W2 Above, First row: Charles Rigby, William Rigby, Carol Roberts, Geneal Roberts. Second row: Leah Roberts, Dorothy Robinson, Jesse Robinson, Bryce Roe. Third row: Ray Roqhaar, True 'Roundy, Glen Sanders, Virginia Ryan. Fourth row: Lewis Sadlier, Annalene Seamons, Robert Shaw, Carl Shelley. Fifth row: Newell Shepard, Ruth Shipley, Roden Shumway, Donald Simper. 0615? Below, First row: Iulia Smith, Grace Sims, Mildred Smith. Second row: Ralph Smith, lack Sned- don, Richard Somerville. Third row: Frank Somsen, Ariel Sor- enson, Beth Sorenson. Fourth row: Ivan Sorenson, Marvin South, Kathryn Sorenson. Fifth row: Iohn Sorenson, Clare Spackman, William Speed. fi ia 021244 Above, First row: Katherine Stan- ford, Daryl Stanley, David Stewart. Second row: Helen Stewart, lune Stewart, Beth Stock. Third row: Russel Stoker, Owen Stokes, Phyllis Stoddard. Fourth row: Laurel Stowell, Clyde Sutherland, Grace Swenson. Below, First row: Iames Tasso, Emily Sweeney, Marjorie Tanner, William Thatcher, Second row: Verna Theurer, Paul Thomas, Shelba Thomas, Dell Thompson. Third row: George Thornley, Dean Thorpe, Dorothy Trevort, Keith Trane. Fourth row: Horace Tremelling, Paul Turner, Bill Twitchell, Ryo Uchida. Fifth row: Doris Van Dam, Norman Vaughan, Viola Veibell, Reed Vernon. 022752621 Below, First row: Iarnes Yardley, Iune Young, Verl Waite. Second row: Clifton Wadley, Iohn Wallace, Geraldine Walker. Third row: Melba Wallin, Beulah Walther, Dorothy Wanlass. Fourth row: Amanda Ward, Ilene Warner, Milton Webber. 223 Above, First row: Thomas Welling, Adam Welling, Bob Wennergren, Wesley Weston. Second row: Stanley White, Iack Whitlock, Law- rence Whitney, Page Wiberg. Third row: Roderick Wiberg, Owen Wild, Ray Wilding, Warren Wilson. Fourth row: Lathael Winn, Venice Winn, Barbara Woodhouse, Ruth Worlton. Fifth row: Ed Worwood, Mack Wray, Devere Wright, Iune Wright. 97 1 fi? ,Wye ff if frgch, Fir! J affege Qzfzzz' Ioe Anderson, President 00 With an unusual amount of pep and enthusiasm, the Freshmen class quick- ly got into the swing oi college lite and began making a name for them- selves . . . First big accomplishment of the year was the purchase of Senior jackets in the Freshmen year. This was followed closely by a cheering contest-Frosh vs. the rest of the school . . . The year Was climaxed with the annual Frosh Week. Highlight of the Week was the presentation of the Frosh play, "Brother Rat." Barbara Fitzgerald, Vice President Burns Crookston, Secretary Www GZ! 72 9 . Green but great . . . steal spotlight . . . tour year jackets . . . barn parties . . . debaters . . . cooperate in duties . . . Worried but Willing . . . timid for a time . . . friendly . . . great leaders . . . Hello Week . . . nickname dance . . . Ioe Anderson, Barbara Fitzgerald, Burns B. Crookston-class officers . . . assembly givers . . . dramatists . . . carry out projects . . . Work hard . . . frosh Week . . . talented . . . always trying . . . progres- sors . . . placement tests . . . "bonehead" English . . . orienta- tion classes . . . homesick . . . fine citizens . . . aim at a star . . . help to make Utah State the fine place it is . . . paint slingers . . . frolicers . . . entertain student body . . . proud of their ranking . . . largest class in history ot school. 101 ? , Grant White Sigma Chi 67 ffege ffzmza Ten freshmen personalities, three of them class officers, all new and fresh when the year started, and all clamoring for that much talked of College Glamour. Each personality Was chosen by popular vote of the student body . . . With these personalities forming the nucleus of their commit- tees, the class of '44 kept everyone Wondering just What Was going to happen next. Fall Frosh Week, Spring Frosh Week, Dean Frosh, and the Typical Frosh were but a few of the things undertaken by this enterprising group of Aggie Greenlings in their "Clamor for College Glamour." 0 lay Staten, S. A. E. 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Q93 gfff 1 Mega ,sg ,ff uc! 'em When school started in the fall Colonel M. A. Cross was the only familiar face to be seen as Major Buntinq, Major Good- rich, and Captain Bates had been called Colonel M. A. Cross Major Ben B. Blair Captain Eldon Stock from the college military staff into active service. Major Ben B. Blair, Captain Eldon Stock, Lieutenant Robert Bunker, Lieuten- ant Durrell Neilson, and Lieutenant Phillip Bullen were transferred to the military de- partment personnel to meet the require- ments of our expanding national defense program. Right: Lieutenant Durrell Neilson, Lieutenant Robert Bunker, Lieutenant Phillip Bullen. Below: Sergeant Dahlstein, Sergeant Moore, Sergeant Daley, Sergeant Cazza. in December of l94U, Taps sounded for Master-Sergeant Eugene Cal- Late lahan, retired army officer. Gruff voiced and rough as he may have been, "Sarge" Callahan was honored and respected by thousands of young men who have had the privilege of knowing him. His pet expressions, "do ya' see" and "great country, ain't it" will long linger in the minds of soldiers and civilians who have learned discipline and patriotism through his teachings. XX' With the omnipresent influence of the war in Europe, the Reserve Officers Training Corps has assumed far more importance than in past years. National Selective Service has drafted thousands of men for compulsory service, but the college is also doing its part in the training of men for the United States Army. Divided into two major divisions, the R. O. T. C. offers basic training to all men of Freshman and Sophomore standing and advanced training leading to a second 1ieutenant's commission in the reserve corps. ln past years, the military section of the Buzzer has been con- cerned With the advanced division of the military department. This year, however, We have devoted our space to those "unsung heroes," the basic students, Who form the bulk of the R. O. T. C. unit. In assembling this material We have presented scenes which are familiar to the basics in their "monkey suits," the cadet officers, the military staff, and those who watch drill from the sidelines. ff Jn Traditionally, Military Science and Tactics has been looked down upon by most students. The old slogan of "take band and get out of military" seemed to prevail-there were more ways and means of evasion than just band, however. To the basic man there is no glory or glamour about going out to march and take orders from a cocky Cadet who happens to be an officer through some "pull" he possesses. This year has seen a great change of attitude and those petty griev- ances have been forgotten. Students are eager to drill and Work their heads off with the hopes of getting a commission in Reserve Officers Training Corps. 5? Both the advanced and basic courses give training in leadership and discipline that are of great value to anyone in civil life, or, if necessary, in the defense oi our nation. More and more, students are coming to realize that the R.O.T.C. is to be looked upon as an opportunity rather than as something to be shunned. This point is proven by the appli- cation for advanced military by nearly one- half of the Sophomore male population. 5 F or the tirst time in years, the sponsors of the unit were organized into a drill team and from fall until the last parade day, they met each week to drill in basic foot move- ments. At the annual Military Ball they were featured along with the men's drill team and put on a snappy exhibition . . . Cadet Major Bliss L. Mehr served as com- manding otficer and instructor for the spon- sors during the year and was greatly responsible for their success. Mehr, inci- dentally, was one of six cadets chosen in the Ninth Corps area for a permanent com- mission in the regular army. Cadet Major Dale W. Qlsen was selected as an alternate for the commission. . . ,. . ::::.f5., tis T4i2" QS " f' 15,-, 13.6 - -5.:. : f -2 ' ff .gi t f :i f .11 'wr 1' Hz As usual, the men's drill team performed, but perhaps never before has the application list for the team been as great as it was this year. The realization of the future made being a member of the drill team seem fruitful to basic stu- dents so the officers in charge had an ample supply of candidates to choose from. Cadet Captain Dean W. Stevenson was commanding officer . . . With the new drill being in its second year of usage, the entire unit showed better ability at executing commands. The size of the corps at fall quarter necessitated the forming of a new battalion and therefore observers saw the Third Battalion come into existence. Three batteries were included in each battalion with three platoons to a battery. 133 Highest ranking officer of the advanced officers was Cadet Colonel Harold B. Hulme, regimental commander. Cadet Lt. Colonel Grover Carter was next in line as regimental executive. Others in the regimental staff included Cadet Captain Dick Ryan, adjutant, and Cadet loe Everton, sergeant major. Sponsors of highest rank were Carol Campbell, lane White, and Elaine Wintch, all regimental sponsors . . . Down the ranks were Cadet Lt. Colonels Bill Thomas, Sterling Taylor, and Iohn Welch, all battalion commanders, and Cadet Majors Dale Olsen, Harold Simpson, and Bliss Mehr, battalion executives. Sponsors Harriet Parks, Mildred Clark, Laura Dell Torgeson, and Elaine Nelson ranked in the battalion staffs. 'smfsse 134 All the graduating advanced officers stepped into active duty, receiving orders in early May to report at Fort Douglas, Utah, on May 30 for a preliminary checkup. Most of the officers were ordered to California but fourteen lucky ones received orders to report to Fort Monroe, Virginia, after a short stay in California. They will attend the Coast Artillery school while at Fort Monroe . . . The first advanced officers received their orders for a six weeks' summer camp at Fort Barry, Cali- fornia. They will attend camp schooled better, probably, than any other group ever to attend a summer camp from Utah State. The reason for this was the elaborate firing practice the officers received. A miniature firing range constructed in the fieldhouse and a plotting room in the mili- tary building gave them valuable experience that formerly Wasn't included in the regular training program. ef HH fcogvlxx Kerr J mwwd Z BRYANT KEABL-editor-in-chief . . . diplomatic . . . maintained efficient organization . . SAM BAILEY-Effervescent . . . Will serve as editor next year . . . can Write about anything, any time . . . INEDA HICKMAN-Qutstanding ability for spotting stories . . . quiet, energetic and resource- ful . . . DICK ROMNEY-will repeat as business manager next year . . . successful ad-getter . . . Wants larger paper . . . HAROLD SIMPSON-regarded as one of best college sports Writers in West . . . partial to big-time athletic program at Utah State . . . BOB CHINE-assistant business manager . . . hard Worker . . . misses no bets on the advertising angle. Bryant Kearl Bob Caine 138 Top: Bernell Winn, Marion Xavier Hanson. Center: Ieanne Jennings, IoBeth Iohnson, Genevieve Iohnson. Bottom, First row: Hun Barber, Gwen Hunsaker, Norlyn Tracy, Myrtle Iohnson, Lora Stratford. Second row: Calder Pickett, Lane Palmer, Bryce Roe, David Bernstein, Stan Hndersen. 139 Press convention winners . . . suite oi offices . . . apple eaters and polishers . . . press night bowling sessions . . . pick paper apart at Thursday class . . . give school credit for activities . . . fight the Buzzers . . . six page paper campaigners . . . republicans . . . makers of news . . . lab for potential journalists . . . acllibbers . . . impartial . . . campus pulse . . . conservative makeup . . . poor prognosticators oi propaganda . . . bi-quarterly parties . . . movie goers . . . spring canyon party . . . bid adieu to the old and Welcome the new. 794 New office-combined studio, darkroom, dressing rooms . . . streamlined makeup . . .beautiful secretaries . . . can- did camera fiends . . . informal . . . super salesmen . . . personality pickers . . . ball qivers . . . rule for a day . . . canyon party celebrates finis of book . . . editor often hibernates . . . press conference aoers . . . trophy win- ners . . . republicans . . . independent and self-sufficient . . . business trips to Salt Lake City . . . pluaqers, depend- able . . . cheerful workers . . . ill rewarded . . . share press car . . on hand always . . . obligina . . . casaba rivals of Student Life . . . pan opponent publication . . . silent workers . . . worriers . . . precedent makers . . . indexers . . . reminiscenses . . . colored photography . . . Christmas card senders. Horace Tremellinq Dorothy Iensen Sam Bailey 7 . Karl T. Homer Editor Harold E. Collard Business Manager Homer Stephenson Ray Canning Bob Peterson Grant Bethers Margaret Run Wilson Elaine Nelson Marjorie Paulson Doris Wallin Here they are on pages 140, l4l, and 142, the brains and brawn behind the 1941 BUZZER . . . threw out use of conventional titles . . . substituted "catch captions" . . . combine art work and photography . . . help choose person- alities . . . beat Student Life and Student Council in basketball . . . have unorthodox ways of publishing a book . . . purchased new camera, enlarger, dark room equipment and typewriters . . . spend time praying for new ideas . . . prefer to work at night . . . got "brain storm" on military section . . . used "brain storm" in spite of objections from advanced military students . . . plan parties but never have them . . . hard on typewriters and telephones . . . hope book will come out on time. 15 z 1 ln spite of certain eccentricities and ideas of the editor, a capable and efficient staff quickly took to its work and produced the 1941 Buzzer. During production of the book many new ideas were conceived and incorporated into the dummy with the result that several sections have been handled differently than in past years. Most noticeable changes have been in the military and personality sections as well as in the method of handling titles and sub-divisions . . . Along with the work there has been a lighter side to look back upon. On February 7th, the Buzzer and Student Life staffs battled for supremacy of the basketball floor only to end tied up 20-20. lmmediately following the game was the Buzzer Assembly climaxed by the Buzzer Ball that night in the Dansante. Crowning achievement of the year came when the Student Life staff was defeated in a return game of basket- ball. Only a few days later the Buzzerites swamped the Student Council 27-11 to win the campus basketball championship. Delbert Napper, designer of sub divisions pages 31, 41, 125, 137 145, 227, 265, and 293. Dale Steed, designer of sub-divi sion pages 65, 81, 99, 171, 181 197, 253, 273, and 281. Charles Henry, Maryon Page, Gloria Harris, Haven Barlow 142 Bernell Winn Scribble Editor Helen Plllred Lewis Blue Book, Student Directory Phil Rndrews Scribble Business Manager BLUE BOOK: Orients Frosh . . . informs upperclassmen about school . . . gives much needed advice . . . contains constitution . . . DIRECTORY: Names . . . addresses . . . tele- phone numbers . . . home towns . . . class rank . . . major subject . . . lists everyone . . . SCRIBBLES: Outlet for literary Foresters favorite literature . . . only one of its kind at Utah Iohn Bernhart, Iuniper Editor State. amateurs . . . Word manipulators . . . poets . . . authors . . . stormy survival . . . deferred editor selection . . . style revi- sions . . . decommercialized . . . Bernell Winn, Chief . . . hu- mor personalized . . . artistically illustrated . . . read, ap- plauded, appreciated little . . . bigger, better . . . well edited . . . council censored . . . hard working staff . . . IUNIPER: Foresters publication . . . trade magazine . . . eagerly anti- cipated . . . yearly . . . records department advances . . . alumni doing . . . attractive, entertaining . . . student features i . . . long planned . . . large, efficient staff . . . unrewarded . . . 'L ffm 7 gfff 1 Lev J fkaih HCM .ggfzzff wwf Qliffzgx MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Under the careful tutelage of Dr. Chester I. Myers, only recently returned from a year's leave of absence, a cast headed by Veteran drarnatists Deon Hatch, Harold Weiner, and Eldon Iacobsen thrilled packed houses with their performances of "Much Ado About Nothing." Through inspired acting, the entire cast rnade Shakespeare's play seem as much alive today as when it was written. Scenes picked at random from "Much Fido Plbout Nothing" show some of the highlights of the play. . . . H tense moment when death is standing near . . . The three fools trurnping up jail charges . . . Lovers exchanging knowing glances . . . The priest pronounc- ing the marriage ceremony. Tryk Our South Plmerican neighbors have mingled feeling as shown in our pictures taken from "The Wo- men Have Their Way" . . Laugh that one off if you can . . . There was bitterness, too . . . H happy threesome ot girls . . . H haughty little miss refuses. THE WOMEN HAVE T-I-IEIR WAY With Very spectacular stage settings forming a picturesque background, a cast of mostly Women presented a three night stand before iull houses. Floyd T. Morgan, director and set designer, chose the play for its intriguing plot and South American local color. Although new to Utah's stage, the characters all turned in commendable performances, headed by lva Pixton, Norma Shotwell, and Marjorie Tanner. VALLEY FORGE Maxwell Anderson's historical drama, "Valley Forge," directed by Dr. Albert O. Mitchell, new to the speech department faculty this year, thrilled packed houses with its dramatic qualities. Colorful costumes, rustic scenery, experi- enced actors, and excellent direction all contributed in making a smashing hit. Leading roles were carried by Arbon Christensen, I-larold Weiner, Dave Latimer, Dick Harris, Merrill Prows, ond Sunny Swenson. Dated in the Rev olutionary War period, the play was built around George Washington and his army during their winter at Valley Forge. ' 5 175115 THE TORCH BEARERS A hilarious comedy from the word go, "The Torch Bearersu had audiences roaring tor all three per- formances. The plot was built around the trials and tribulations ot a group of women lighting the way for their cause by carrying the torch. lust exactly what their cause was still remains some- what of a mystery. However, when a play within a play was given, showing the back stage side ot the production, it proved to be the best bit of comedy seen on the Little Theatre Stage . . . "The Torch Bearers" was the presentation of both townspeople and college students under the direction of Dr. Chester I. Myers. Cast of char- acters included Mrs. H. S. Carter, Mrs. McLaugh- lin, Mrs. Floyd Morgan, lva Pixton, Bryant Kearl, and LaVern Young. ... R defied ffzzf Produced entirely by freshmen as a feature of Freshman Week, "Brother Bat" Was a play that caused a good deal of comment throughout the college along with causing some eye-brow raising. Nevertheless, it was a lively production that was in keeping with the peppy spirit the frosh have evinced this year . . . Directed by Dr. Albert O. Mitchell and featuring Dick Stevens and Widstoe Checketts, the play depicted the life of cadets Cratsb at the Virginia Military Insti- tute. Feminine leads were portrayed by Myr Louise Mehr, Barbara Balch, Betty Lee I-lefty, Barbara Fitzgerald, lva Pixton, and Constance Blair . . . It was the first time in several years that a freshman class has attempted a play but the net result was so satisfactory that it will likely become an annual occurrence. lt Was presented during the latter part of spring quarter. the past year. Floyd T. Morgan, play director and set designer who has designed and built all scenery used in plays produced during M5 Charles Gounod's "Faust" was grand opera choice . . . tenth consecutive year ot musical performances . . . more than 5000 Witness, tive performances . . . Ogden, Preston supplied packed houses . . . Shepherd, Doty, climax college careers . . . Ierry brilliant as Mephistopheles . . . magic galore . . . Kathleen Blair and Virginia Christen- sen produced romantic elements . . . Claudius master- ful as title character . . . Walter Welti sees his ninth Aggie opera pass . . . "Faust" presented for second time in Utah State historyi . . . other time in l933 . . . stars in supporting roles . . . Charles Steen directs orchestra . . . LuDean Bogers accompanist . . . chorus of more than 100 . . . Hazel Owens masquerades as a man . . . "Best in History"-Ogden papers . . . Canneigeter, Hansen, Bateman shine as minors . . . chorus scenes stirring. Also placed under the direction ot Well-liked Professor Steen, Utah State's orchestra laid down another excellent season ot provision of college sym- phony demonstration. Top praise oi Logan music lovers to the Aggie orches- tra rung down on the music for "Faust," one ot the most impressive produc- tions in opera history at the college . . . Again this year presenting its two traditional concerts, one in a student assembly and one in connection with class of '4l exercises, the orchestra attained a splendid standard oi sym- phonic performance. 1556! W nd year of its official organization, the Utah Aggie Pep Band stamped itself this season as an efficient servant of school functions, liven- ing considerably the Aggie basketball pep, and playing for other activities on call. Maestro of the swingsters for l94U-41 was Leroy Prestguard, cheer leader. Traveling with the team on occasion, fulfilling a real need on the carnpus, the Pep Band continues to gain morn ' entum as a revived traditio In the seco music major and head n of Utah State. Ban d Sponsors-Hnn Chamberlain, M arjorie Tanner A EMM! With Utah State's "band man of long standing," N. W. Christiansen, absent from the college for study in New York, this year's R. O. T. C. band, at first tentatively and then wholeheartedly accepting the baton of new director Charles I. Steen, continued its seven-league strides as a leader in Utah con- cert music, a vital cog in Aggie campus spirit, and a commendable part of the Utah State military unit . . . Playing an important role in regimental review and parade on the picturesque Aggie quadrangle, the band won praise for its annual spring concert in Qld Main, its part in the Home and Harvest Festival and its appropriate place in graduation ceremonies for 1941-as among the outstanding contributions of the musicians to the college year . . . Band trip of the year took 62 on a 10-concert tour through central Utah, with headquarters at Salt Lake City. Excellently received by audien- ces in that area, indications were that the group added materially to the Utah Aggie "rush-talk." A-If 1 O5 Channing Pollock topped student lyceum numbers with lecture March 27- "Wake Up America" . . . featured at third annual poetry festival . . . Neminoff, Luboschutz pianist performers . . . amaze crowd with coordination . . . Barton Harp Quintette finished year . . . girls alternated as soloists . . . Dr. Sher- wood Eddy reviewed world conditions . . . opened lyceurn series . . . Swiss pianist Roger Aubert followed . . . Dr. Ethan Colton talked on foreign affairs . . . impressed students of crucial world affairs . . . Eva Iessye choir appear as initial program of winter quarter . . negro singers revive southern spirituals. 156 ,HD .. ,.,,.,i..m,,,,,a.i., . WA V5 in - .. :T r .,.,, i,,,,Y!,::ii. .. '- 2 , V X . s V . l r i Robert Wilfe dip Russian Cossack Choir packed field house for concert . . . Belgium String Quartette play in tabernacle . . . Metro baritone Donald Dick- son shows versatility . . . receives student plaudits graciously . . . sports enthusiast . . Dean Wanlass heads college committee . . . Music Association of Logan units in sponsor- ship. Douglas Parkinson, Debate Manager Lane Palmer Raymond Kimball DEBHTE COUNCIL: Prof. Murray Dr. Durham Dr. Mitchell First row Evan Iverson, Hlton Davis, Marion Collister, Rene Ballard, Glen Fuller. Se ond row? Bud Williams, Lane Palmer, Stan Hndersen, Don Bowen, lack Hnderson. Third row: George Hrmstrong, Hlan Fonnesbeck, Ruth Warr, Hdrus Hans n Raymond Kimball, lack Bowen. V Busy throughout the entire year, Utah State's debate squad felt well reward- ed at the conclusion of a year's campaigning with the knowledge that two of its senior members had captured top honors in one of the west's leading debate meets . . . Raymond Kimball and Mont Kenny, representing the col- lege at the Rocky Mountain Speech Conference in Denver, Colorado, placed first and second respectively, easily outdistancing opponents from colleges all over the intermountain region as well as from the west coast . . . Douglas Parkinson and Alan Fonnesbeck were lettermen champions of the squad while two freshmen coeds, Ruth Worr and Adrus Hansen, were non-letter men titlists. Parkinson, in addition, was debate manager while Fonnesbeck served as Agora Club dictator. Dr. G. Homer Durham was debate coach. 159 Dr. G. Homer Durham Debate Coach Basically the men's and Women's choruses are organized sep- arately, but their activities are so closely interwoven that it is difficult to treat them individually. Both choruses are under the expert direction ot Professor Walter Welti and accompanied by Lullean Rogers . . . Largest undertaking of the combined chor- uses Was the production of Gounod's grand opera, Faust. Faust was staged for three performances in Logan, one in Cgden, and i 9 672 d 1 160 affzefzls U14 one in Preston, Idaho. Each performance was a tribute to Pro- fessor Welti's and Miss Rogers' ability to bring out the best in their students . . . Spring quarter the choruses spent a Week in touring the state of Utah singing before townspeople and high school students. During the course of the trip, over twenty con- certs spread fame for the Utah Aggies. Additional activities in- cluded the presentation of numerous concerts in Logan and the production of several radio programs which were broadcast to large listening audiences. fzffw Color Guard presents colors at the Military Ball held in honor of Governor Maw of the State of Utah. President Roosevelt draws number 158. The three nasty spies salutinq each other. Cadet Officers and Sponsors hear Major Blair speak at the Military Ball Banquet held in the Commons. h ea e s larMlrara ra l ZZ From the pens of Eldon Iacobsen and Iohn Welch, came this year's version of Kolleqiate Kapers- "Draftee Dazeef' Breaking away from the traditional vaudeville style ot show, the co-directors wrote their script in a continuity planned to make the Kapers a play with many short scenes. The characters satirized everything connected with the draft and national defense from President Roosevelt and the first draft number down to the lowest and dumbest of Buck Privates, Mortimer Snerd. Co-directors Welch and Iacobsen Mortimer Snerd with his marching machine. Iulete Cordon singing on the old "A," No show is complete Without a dance chorus. The prize Winning booth in the making Feature exhibit of the 1941 t t' 1. -Foresters. es 1va David Perrin and Clint Zollinqer, de- signers and builders of the Home- Harvest Festivai. General Chairman, Steriing Taylor and committee member Frances Glasset resting for a moment in the feature exhibit of the festiva1. 164 amz- zz ws! Qkxffwf Iudging teams exhibiting their trophys. Below: Margaret Bello and Ioyce Adney putting on a Home Economics demonstration. ln order that every department of the school could eX- hibit their Work, the Home-Harvest Festival was held this year for the first time. The festival, Which will prob- ably become an annual event, is an enlargement of the former Ag show held during Homecoming . . . Win- ning grand prizes during the three day event were the Foresters and the Home Economics majors . . . Sterling Taylor was chairman of the festival with Dave Perrin and Clint Zollinger being in charge of decorations. Jfz5z'fz'm'e The College Institute was founded on the belief that spiritual development is as important to the Welfare of the individual as the scientific, social, and physical development offered by the college. Each year over 90 per cent of the students registered at the college take classes at the Institute. mga-s-P E5EEEE7'??S K Dr. Romney, Dr. Hunter, and Dr. Richards who comprise the faculty of the L. D. S. Institute. Very typical of every Sunday School meeting in the College Institute is this shot showing all seats taken and but very litle standing room left . . . Fol- lowing the services hundreds come out of the institute after having spent a morning of spiritual uplifting. Utah States famous trio, Grace Swenson, Alys Bauqh, and Shirlee Allen. jgufffgzzfz Savile Shoupe and Homer Stephenson sorting mail in the College Post Office. May Z, Senior Day and the school passes out free lunches. Dean Hendricks moves into her new office in the Commons. Top right: Paul Howard receives free ticket to Los Angeles. Horner Stephenson watches as Buzzer Business Manager, Harold Collard, makes the presentation. Center: Elkins and Peterson, the two most miserable men at school. Below: Main Hall after any assembly or between any morning classes. Karl T. Homer, Elaine Wintch, Farrell Ensign, Helen A. Lewis, Beth Pocock, Harold I-liner, Raymond Kimball, Bryant Kearl, Roland Reading. 0 Left: The Editor introduces Winning Buzzer per- sonalities at Buzzer Ball. - Below: There may not be benches enough at intermission, but there is always the floor. Right: A. W. S. leaders Winon Perry, Barbara Fitzgerald, Elaine Wintch, Rae Scott, Edna Stewart, and Grace Anderson act as dating bureau for annual A. W. S. Get Acquainted dance. iw? fic I Lu, JJ f nun ff5 fffihlx FCM have am! fa ia!! ll With the West's Indian Summer hanging over Logan, the Q. C.'s picturesque cam- pus was presided over by Beryl Rigby, adjudged homecoming queen, Ray 'Butch' Kimball, student chairman, and Erwin Scott, elements 'Scotty' Clement, popular alumni secretary. That long-criticized dormant Aggie pep suddenly burst into full-fledged flame the night of Friday, October ll, when enthusiastic thousands thronged center and main to sound-off the 1940 homecoming. ln what Coach "Dick" Romney termed "the greatest pep demonstration Within recent memory," as hundreds of alums joined the ranks, the homecoming scene shifted swiftly from bonfire rally to radio pepcast, changed its Vein for a semi-formal homecoming ball, hit the streets Saturday morning with a spectacular homecoming parade, staged a thousand and one reunions over the day and climaxed itself in a gridiron classic interesting but regretable. 0 Z 0772 Right: Chairman "Butch" Kimball confers with assistant Sterling Peterson. Left page: Color guard leads parade: Chi Omega float, "Seeing Aggie Home. Center: Sigma Nus phut-phut along. Bottom: Plenty of water and muscles. ? l Pictures on these two pages are typical Aggie "A" Day shots rep- resentative of the day's activi- ties-running cement, Working, resting, eating, and Watching the fun of the assembly, sandbag rush, football game, or Water soaking. Also We include a shot of chairman Sterling Peterson. Amazing is the word to use when referring to the number of improvements the male members of the Aggie student body accomplish on "A" Day . . . Debris is cleared away, sidewalks laid, trees planted and 1500 lunches eaten at the conclusion of the working hours. Other activities ofthe day include an assembly, a football game and the Workman's Ball at the Dansante . . . One of the features of "A" day that goes to make it always an interesting event-for spectators at least-is the activity of the Vigilante Committee. Created to deal with non-workers and tie- wearers, the committee with the aid of a fire hose and plenty of cold Water has been very suc- cessful in curing lazy streaks . . . In charge of preparations for "A" Day this year was student councilman, Sterling Peterson. Serving capably as secretary of the event for the second time was Edna Stewart 175 -. r -L fi' f"',f ' -' ,,A,,.9-a-'9 .41 Stan Anderson Chairman Ray Kimball Hy Hunsaker Ken Vanderhoit One of the Aggies' outstanding traditional events is the annual Winter Car- nival held in Logan Canyon. A large percent of the student body turns out- sorne to sculpture, some to Watch, but most to play . . . Competition is keen among sororities, clubs and fraternities for intramural points and close contests add to the color ot the gala event . . . Thrilling slalorns, downhill runs, cross country races, hot cocoa, beautiful sculptures, chic skiing suits and wet trousers all typify a day that is eagerly awaited by Aggie students. W! M--. ein 'va For the second time in as many years, the Foresters won the Grand Championship ofthe Win- ter Carnival. ln the fraternity competition, Sigma Nu beat out Sigma Chi by a narrow margin of two points. Sigma Phi Epsilon proved themselves to be the artists of the campus when they received the trophy for the best piece of sculpturing. ' .. ...mn - , .- ,W 3 1 E I 1 i Dick Ryan and Carol Campbell take "five" for a bite of lunch While Mac Q Maeser is busily engaged copping i off top honors in the men's slalom. 4 w E 6 Some Aggies skied, some watched, some sculptured, but there were some of us that got rather cold and stayed close to the Warmth of a fire. zfwfwfffmzmf .4 A I. ,w R r-A u -,rs . ,mganygwf wav,- g'a dv, u ,jv v X va w, ... xv i.. ur if 1 Q J .f A' . . T " 1 -'W lr A ir H' Q -2 K .-1 f' ?f'5"g, ,J gn . WW Aft.. if 'Vu 7 ' wg Q' 3 341 25 n..,k ' ' 'fE'?5SSi? Q 'Yi , 'M-"" Aa gg 2 4 S ,f , 331, if L . 'x-:nun .hum fm? f8'Wb?, P C1 lx rf djfjn Q' kwgafffzf Elaine Wintch Iohn Welch Valedictorian l X . Harold Hiner Cltizenship Flward Citizenship Hward To open the honorary section, it is most fitting to feature the honorary seniors of the year-Iohn Welch, valedictorian, and Elaine Wintch and Harold I-liner, citizenship award Winners . . . Welch, a political science major, fin- ished four years of college with a straight-A record. A graduate of South Cache High School, he had but one B there and that in a half credit band course. I-le hasn't been a book Worm entirely, though, for he co-managed Kollegiate Kapers this year and is an advanced cadet in ROTC . . . Student body officers Wintch and I-liner established enviable records in extra-curri- cular Work but at the same time kept to their studies well enough to make Phi Kappa Phi, national honorary scholastic fraternity. Their smiling effici- ency Was a major factor in the success of the student government this year. zz 'na 125 Top ten percent by schools . . . straight A students . . . inactive . . . decade old . . . national, honorary . . . wear arm bands at commencement . . . march proudly . . . job hopefuls . . . graduate school students . . . raise class average . . . name members in spring . . . honored at awards assembly . . . distingu- ished . . . meet once . . . faculty members eligible for membership . . . attained by few . . . desired by all . . . goal for frosh . . . regarded unreachable by sophs . . . juniors start to add up average. . . . Receiving the Phi Kappa Phi ribbon First row: N. Redd, H. Morris, H. Fl. Lewis, M. Davis, B. Theurer, S. Monson T. Summers, H. Hulrne, E. Berghout, D. Olsen, M. Feulner, I-I. Pi. Luke E. Wintch. Second row: H. Woodward, B. Booth, I. E. Packer, S. H. Taylor, G. Romney E. Burgoyne, I. S. Pace, B L.. Embry, C. D. Gessel, D. K. Fuhriman L. R. Brite. Third row: I. Hanson, I. P. Tucker, R. Kimball, H. I-liner, B. C. Christensen I. Welch, G. Carter, P. H. Taylor, H. Stephenson, M. Iohnson, B. Brown 183 1 1 1 1 see what I mean? w 1 First row: Richard Call, Thomas M. Hall, Rodney Palmer, Ralph Carlson Merrill Prows. , Second row: D. M. Hammond, C. L. Anderson, Terry Hansen, Edwin Budqe , Reuel Lamborn, Melvin Davis. l Third row: Ralph Peterson, Grover Carter, Ralph Richards, H. A. Theurer l Charles Heywood. Started at Alabama . . . pre-medics . . . sophomores, upper classmen . . . two point average needed . . . annually contribute a member to Columbia . . Truth l Pursue" . . . sponsor lec- tures . . . educational movies . . . acquire bed side manner . . . genial advisers . . . invitational banquet . . . spring dancing party . . . hard workers . . . steady nerves . . . strong hands . . . growing in popularity . . . take examinations . . . point to gradu- ate workers . . . proud of their profession . . . Dr. Kildares . . ambitious . . . look, plan ahead . . . dignified in looks, actions. Mizz Cgffgllbfl ,ED ffzz lt's a prize Winning stock of grain. Zefa Agrarians . . . eleven years old . . . intellects, personalities . . selected on scholarship, character . . . meet bi-monthly . . . future feeders of America . . . nationally affiliated . . . humorous initiations . . . cow callers . . . hoe wearers . . . name new mem- bers bi-yearly . . . sponsor scholarship award to top sopho- mores . . . Sterling Taylor, president and Home Harvest show manager . . . includes Foresters . . . cooperate in feud with Engineers . . . spring formal . . . promote dairying, farming . . milk drinkers . . . ice cream eaters. First row: Grant Rich, Leonard H. Pollard, Robert Corey, l. T. Abbott, Sterling Taylor, Iay McFarland. Second row: Luther Bergen, Simon Baker, Ward E. Stevens, Albert W. Mitchell, Douglas VV. Henricks, Ruel E. Crandall, Alvin Warnick. Third row: Harold Hiner, Victor Rudolph, Bryan Booth, Lynn Hollist, Mark Wilson, L. W. Rasmussen, Noble DeHart, William E. Murray, Paul L. Howard. Fourth row: Elmer C. Cox, Lee Neilson, Tony Cunha, Ray I. Downs, William Whitaker, Wilson Foote, Roy Bean, Ernest M. Skinner. 15mg Local, national . . . score of members . . . two faculty advisers . . . organized for service . . . sixth year of seniority . . . sponsor projects . . . broadcasters, receptionists . . . masters of cere- monies . . . formal monthly dinners . . . informal luncheons . . . meet and eat . . . accomplish much . . . think and act . . . sponsor assembly and house decoration contests . . . give yearly activity award to most outstanding lower classman . . . scholars . . . men of action . . . small, elite . . . name new mem- bers in fall . . . impressive . . . wear emblems proudly . . . united. First row: Dr. Datus Hammond, Bliss Mehr, Mont Kenney, Homer Stephenson, Wayne Morgan, Major Ben B. Blair. Second row: Rodney Simpson, Dale Olsen, Harold Hiner, Sam Bailey. Third row: I. T. Abbott, Eldon Iacobsen, Sid Pridy, Ned Clyde, Grant Bethers, Bryant Kearl. Palmer, Raymond Kimball, Sterling Peterson, Harold 185 MMM V- YA4-an ,, ,L ...., , ..,..,..-.-Y 4 l ' f " ' l I First row: Beth Lockhart, Ina Doty, lane White, Ruth Hammond, Hlice Simmonds, Clara West. ft Second row: Sybl Cook, Winifred Larsen, Ruth Perrin, Elsie Hansen, Violet Lindsay, Lorraine Hnderson, Grace Hnderson, Mae Plnderson, Marie Beuhler. Third row: Helen Lundstrom, Beryl Hansen, Bertha Monson, Elaine Nelson, Helen Gardner, Beryl Theurer, Florence Prince, lneda Hickman. Commercial secretaries . . . typists . . . shorthand artists . . . upperclass Women . . . fifth season . . . hope for national af- filiation . . . partner to Hlpha Kappa Psi . . Q scholastically in- clined . . . give S50 award to junior qirl of highest academic achievement . . . meet twice a month . . . cheerful . . . cute . . . hope to marry the boss . . . hope boss is business executive . . . capitalists . . . faculty members' helpers . . . thirty mem- bers . . . invitational . . . efficient dictation and not takers. teKOYl'e5 QC Rottie 5 Zia 6714! the plans are here First row: Charles I. Myers, adviser, Mauvia Tracy, Royal Henderson, Eldon Iacobsen, Deon Hatch, Harold Weiner. Second row: Karl T. Homer, LaVern Young, Iarnes Muse, Warren Caldwell, Max Wadsworth, Aaron Roylance, Milo Nelson. Dramatists . . . stage managers . . . set designers . . . build and paint scenery . . . produce theatre plays . . . read "Variety" . . . national, honorary . . . fifteenth year . . . hoist drama standards . . . socailly inclined . . . distinctive parties . . . carry play roles . . . assembly stars . . . have good time . . . receive plaudits . . . could be more active . . . spring social . . . meet seldom . . . play reviewers . . . take speech classes . . . polished and smooth speakers . . . ver- satile . . . assist directors . . . work late . . . apply grease paint. . . usher at plays. ,752 az gjyfjd if 077256215 ' Local Women's honorary journalistic fraternity . . . founded january 27, l932 . . . seven charter members. . . now twenty-four strong . . . sponsor short story contest . . . publish Winning story in Scribble . . . require members to work on publication before qualifying for membership . . . meet monthly . . . invite speakers from English department and newspapers . . . excellent Writers . . . possess huge vocabularies . . . lneda Hickman, president . . Harriet Parks, vice-president . . . Marjorie Paulson, secretary. First row: Doris Passey, Iune Hanson, Elizabeth Price, lneda Hickman, Harriet Parks, Marjorie Paulson, Io Beth johnson. Second row: Marguerite Kropili, Genevive johnson, Ruth Hyer, Melba Iensen, Grace Anderson, Elaine Nelson, Ruby Killpack, Helen Lundstrorn, Myrtle johnson, Beryl Theurer, Bernell Winn, Gwen Hunsaker, Ie-anne Jennings, Ioyce Adney. so re 189 journalists discussing journalism. if W svbfz 172 me-vz Home Ecers . . . national, honorary . . . Kappa chapter . . . organized in 1923 . . . fruit cake bakers . . . sponsored selling drive . . . pie makers . . . table set- ters . . . think stomach is near heart . . . good Wives . . . matrimonial hopefuls . . . cottage residents . . . live by budget . . . donate scholarship ot S50 to top greenling . . . good timers . . . happy, Wholesome . . . modest, motherly . . promote moral, intellectual development . . . kitchen lovers . . . sewing hobby- ists . . . plan menus . . . feature refreshments at parties . . . alternate as hos- tesses . . . White apron wearers . . . like Commons building. First Row: Phyllis Gardner, Elaine Halen, Ruth Smith, Madonna Herbert. Second Row: Genevieve Romney, Ruby Killpack, Marietta Nyman, Miq- non Perry, Miss Moen, Harriet Parks, Norma Redd. Third Row: Faye Crawford, Genevieve Creer, Frances Glassett, Theresa Hill, Rae Scott, Marjorie Paulson, Elaine Sandberg, Nina Richards, Beulah Brady, Io Beth Iohnson, lean Hanson. f tmmmnumm-E-Q :ss--sv!-2-umm' u mars' Membership limited to juniors and seniors . . . social scientists . . . also have graduate students, alumni, instructors, and adminis- trative officers among members . . . sponsor an annual sociology tour of the state institu- tions . . . meet often . . . have panel discus- sions . . . hope to be teachers or case Workers . . . listen to lectures on social diseases. ' mme First row: Don Hunt, David Gancheff, Rex Pugsley, Kenneth Stephens. Second row: Delmar Kearl, Barbara Henderson, Prof. Ioseph Syrnons, Ralph Duce, Woodrow Scott, Elmer Sommers, Dr. F. D. Daines, Miss Evelyn Hodges, Mrs. Carmen Fredrickson, Dr. I. D. Brite, Glen Peterson, George Qrrnstronq, Morris Morgan. Third row: Leo Byinqton, Ross Kelley, Iohn Bailey, Dee Pincock, Louis Bowen, Hlan Luke, Don Taylor, Bert Hnderson, Homer Stephenson, Ray Kimball. dvi 450555511 erm' gfddf Advanced military men . . . future generals . . . identi- fied by red and blue band with five bronze stars, Worn on left breast of uniform . . . nineteen years old . . . send Captain Dale Olson to national convention . . . initiates mock military drill . . . hold regular meetings . . . spon- sor girls' rifle team . . . shoot squirrels . . . give candy and refreshments at regular meetings . . . have draw- ings for the candy . . . next national convention to be held in Salt Lake City. . Russ Mecham gets his bar and stars. First row: Captain E. Stock, D. Olsen, R. Reading, V. Bendixson, H. Morris, H. Hulme, B. Howell, B. Hey. Second row: C. Hedborg, G. Holman, B. Meacham, I. Wetzler, H. Hiner, E. Cox, . Lacey, P. Iohnson, S. Peterson, G. Pace, C. Axelgard, E. Geddes, N. Clyde, K. Hampton, R. Embry, B. Hampton, I. Everton, N. Griffin, D. Ryan. Third row: T. Neilsen, C. Stock, B. Doutre, D. Rogers, B. Corey, I. T. Abbott, F. Hurst, R. Bank- head, R. Romney. First row: Harold I-liner, Iohn Bernhart, Ward Stevens, Victor Rudolph, Iames Gatherum. Second row: Ioe Neurmanic, Luther Bergen, Dr. D. l. Rassmusen, Nolan West, Prof. George H. Barnes. Third row: Iohn Killough, Kenneth Hampton, Elmer Cox, Pieuel Ianson, Prof. Geo. H. Kelker. Fourth row: Dr. Lawrence Stoddard, Everett Dornan, Rex Hampton, Harry Woodard. First year as national honorary forester's fraternity . . . formerly Phi Gamma Rho . . . upperclassmen . . . scholastically inclined . . . capable . . . ax men . . . Arbor Day tree planters . . . reign during foresters week . . . plaid shirt wearers . . . hope for civil service jobs . . . supervise foresters' A Day . . . publicity getters . . . engrave highest scholar's name on plaque . . . Work for Uncle Sam in the summer . . . idolize Bunyan and remember his theft by Engineers . . . distinctive dance givers . . . questionable assemblies . . . individual leaders . . . united electioneers. . . . group leaders planting a tree in front of the Field House. yme yffhifz . . . last year's business fluctuations W Stockmarketers . . . hedge, sell short . . . corner the market . . . make paper millions . . . losers fete winners . . . financiers, accountants, merch- andisers, advertisers . . . foster scientific research . . . have tri-state sessions . . . high scholarship . . . take commerce courses . . . audit books . . . sweat over worksheets . . . rule commerce library . . . noisy . . . sponsor lectures . . . take trips . . . meet often . . . concerned over depressions . . . conduct surveys . . . analyze buying motives and habits . . . give scholarship award. First row: Bert Roberts, National President, Mr. Iones, Prof. Al Swinyard, Wil- liam Woffinden. Second row: Alan Luke, George Armstrong, Seth Stewart, Wallace Allen, Vern Beuhler, Roy Scott. Third row: Homer Stephenson, Floyd Ralphs, Bill Stockdale, Mark Child, David Hulme. . . . the president and vice-president First row: Dick Ryan, Elaine Wintch, Bryant Kearl. Second row: Lorraine Anderson, Helen A. Lewis, Dale Olson, lean Hanson Horace Gunn. Third row: Bill Thomas, LaVerd VVhitehead, Carmen Leigh, Raymond Kimball Twenty-first year of activity . . . local in nature . . . twelve members . . . cream of senior crop . . . distinguished tor activity, personality, scholar- ship . . . bowlers, lunchers, movieqoers . . . alternate as hosts, hostesses . . . Student Lite editor, president . . . Elaine Wintch, vice president . . . members named each spring at senior assembly . . . Wranqle some . . . deliberate some . . . Wear emblems . . . no monthly dues . . . party assess- ments . . . social climbers . . . envied, liked . . . mistaken by frosh . . . associ- ate with social fraternities . . . not self admirers . . . fun lovers . . . hard Workers. gf!!! 'Wm iw? KF Lf' R ki rfcff fn new fm azfffzfzm 9 Q 07726715 JNZZXXZN -Headed by Grace Anderson of Theta Upsilon, the Won'1en's Panhellenic Council quickly swung into action by setting up and enforcing new sorority rushing rules. Under the new ruling it is necessary for each girl desiring to be rushed to sign with the dean of women so that rushing can be limited to those girls wishing to join sororities . . . Working with the representatives of the Men's Panhellenic Council, the an- nual Greek Swing Sing was fostered and produced May ll. First row: Roma Iohnson, Sue Shotwellp Tau Zeta Tau. Second row: Melba Brunt, Harriet Parks, Kappa Delta. Third row: Ineda Hickman, Kahtleen Mabey: Chi Omega. Fourth row: Marjorie Paulson, Dee Louise Parker, Alpha Chi Omega. Fifth row: Nedra Datwyler, Carol Wennergrenp Theta Upsilon Grace Anderson, President Buel Crandall, President Organized for the purpose of creating better re lationships among the fraternities on the campus, the Men's Panhellenic Council has had a trying year. This year has seen the council ponder over the status of organizations on the campus. They have sponsored the Greek Swing Sing, Inter-fraternity Basketball, the men's scholarship cup, and Panhellenic Dances. Biggest headache of the council is the enacting and enforcing of rushing rules that Will keep everything "on the level." " First row: Dick Byan Sigma Chi- lack Lace SAE , , y, . . .7 Rex Pugsley, Beta Kappa. Second row: I. T. Abbott, Sigma Chip Charles Iensen, S.A.E., Bob Hey, Beta Kappa. Third row: Ronald Iohnson, Lambda Chi: Mack Wray, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Keith Sorensen, Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth row: Edwin Lotthouse, Lambda Chi: Iohn Clay, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Horace Gunn, Pi Kappa Alpha. Fifth row: Spencer Iacques Sigma Nu- George Trip Si 1 , D, q1T1Cf Nu: George McDonald, Secretary of the Men's Panhellenic Council. E725 wzieffwzf ' MW' . a s gk! '- w .sr lean Doris Christensen Wallin Hnnette Cardon . . . what a lite. Farrel Helen Ensign Lundstrom . . . waiting for a fourth . . dishwashers First women's organization on campus and first social sorority . . . formerly Sorosis . . . national since 1934 . . . high ideals, scholarship, culture, and develop- ment of the arts . . . known as the "Castle Kids" but sometimes referred to as the "Gas House Kids" . . . clever Mother Goose assembly . . . singers, dramatists, skiers . . . sold out to Sigma Nu . . . look toward new house . . . said to agree with Sigma Chi's . . . ancient automobiles . . . fete outstanding pledge . . . came through on top in spring elections. yffihz fix' mega Deon Hatch Edna Stewart Norma Thorstensen Laura Dell Torqeson Elaine Nelson Hazel Owens Enid Fishburn Annabelle Smith Dee Louise Parker Alrneda Brown Iune Hanson Beryl Hansen lean Rowe Willa Smith Marjorie Iarvis Norma Naisbitt Marjorie Paulson Shirley Peterson Ellen Wilson Beth Sanders Nelda Calder Helen Paulsen Marjorie Woodruff Helen Stewart Maurine Iensen Ruth Worlton Iessie Ray Ann Groutage Annabelle Dayley Melba Wallin Mary Louise Hale Dorothy Iensen Dorothy Wanlass Ruth Warr Unita Woodland Mildred Stapley Elizabeth Wardleiqh Margaret Ann Wilson Gwen Merrill Alice Miller Marian West Mary Berntsen Blanche Descharnps Melba lensen Dorothy Bowen Maryon Page Vena Singleton Afton Carter Elaine Siddoway Shirley Smith Barbara Tiffany Louise Painter Betty Ann Eldredqe Betty lane Merrell 5f M Emulators of scholarship . . . iull fraternity life . . . installed at Utah State, l93O . . . third oldest national . . . annual chap Wearers . . . bright shirts . . . ten gallon hats . . . cowboys . . . rounduppers . . . longest, shortest, biggest boys . . . dramatists . . . on upgrade fast . . . well organized . . . growing . . . informal parties . . . send missionaries . . . celebrate in canyon . . . brothers indeed. Bob Hey, President Sylvan Erickson I. N. Symons Lynn Hollist Iames Muse Rex Pugsley Ioseph Carnesecca Allen Peterson Henry Skidmore Warren Giauque Quentin Fletcher Crosby Bott Paul Bartschi William Hendry lack Horton Douglas Quayle Darrell Keetch George Demetras Dick Iackson Bill Stevens Steven Bosun af! lg H3 J HR 2 Quan 5? Scan National Mag Oh, lowly one Classed as a "stretchin" F rom Omega Tau, t ir . . . grow sideburns e roundup . . . constantly one else-boast of tab methods to local fraternity, to Beta h' d oldest national on campus . . ach spring and go Wester Kappa in 1930 . . . . claim scholarship is aim n for Beta Kappa o mission field . . . like every- losing men t le tennis superiority . . . concoct unusual d s...notnewatthe r dealing with unruly ple ge game of love. 203 Successful campaigners . . . tight to regain mural supremacy . . . hardtimers . . . boast of athletic team captains . . . hall patrol- ers . . . favor trosh girls . . . blind daters . . . promote spiritual development . . . billiard brilliants . . . pin hangers . . . singers . . . proud ot mantle piece decorations . . . have troubles with neighbors . . . ilower tramplers . . . expanding . . . basketball champions . . . played Sigma Chi in farce basketball game and Won . . . only Utah Chapter and called Utah Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . originated as Phi Kappa lota . . . young- est national on the campus, installed in November last year. . . . grab your knees. . . . quit your peeking. V I. 97 play another one 7775 First row: lack Lacey, Roland Reading, Howard Morris, Bryant Kearl, Iohn Wetzler, Thayle Nielsen, DelMar Kearl, Spencer Kearl. Second row: Bryon Harris, Lloyd Holt, Fred Bohman, William Shaw, Vern Anderson, LeRoy Prestqard, Dorian Iohnson, Ned Clyde. Third row: Seth Mauqhn, Alma Lundahl, Glen Maughn, Dale Nelson, Gaylon Rosenbaum, Howard C. Nielsen, Glen Wilcox, Melvin Briggs. Fourth row: LeVaun Herbert, Wayne Eldredqe, lack Shaw, Clinton Nelsonp-Bill Batt, Richard Balderston, Bill Power, lack Bowen. ' Fifth row: Gordon Merrill, Richard Call, Ken Lund, George Lacey, Verdun'Andrus, Ralph Smith, Max Hess, lay Hansen. Sixth row: lay Staten, Bill Warren, Robert Wright, Bill Martin, Earl L. Peterson, Quin Crockett, Clyde Bauqh, Bob Wennerqren. yffifh Cghsffafz gms.-E-.3 mgm.g1i f--f-l.u-:--M-1-1-1-as alumni..-mann-:ig us1u--:gunz s if . First row: Kathleen Mabey, Carol Campbell, Ioan Carter, Helen Wintch, Mary Smith, Virginia Pederson, Elaine Wintch, lane White, Elizabeth Price. Second row: Iosephine Brown, Cleo Christensen, Ioyce Rich, Ineda Hickman, Betty Peterson, Iune Coop, Barbara Palmer, Maridean Munk, Marna Peterson. Third row: Hnna Lou Rees, Marjorie Hansen, Marian Wilcox, Barbara Hnn Preston, Hlice Randall, LaVerd Whitehead, Margaret Snow, Margaret Simpson, Lou Peterson. Fourth row: Carmen Leigh, Shirley Hllen, Mildred Hayward, Nadine Madsen, Shirley Hickman, Myrna Morris, Rachel Barlow, Imogene Lee, lane Rasmussen. Fifth row: Kathryn Anderson, Wanda Merrill, Ruth Lindsay, Elizabeth Call, Virginia Christensen, Jeanne Crockett, Carmen Croft, Yvonne Carruthers, Rama Eyre. Sixth row: Betty Hatch, Gloria Harris, Lucille Roylance, Ann Ryan, Mae Cutler, Helen Ellis, Peggy Hodgson, Elaine Froerer, lane Moss. -1 l nn Ann Baxter Kathryn Farr Nadine Haslam Betty Shaw Betty Hefty Bee Thompson Beth Wakley Myr Louise Mehr A A ? ffl ,, -455 R H5535 st Q., Q f' 5 wt I , - '22,: r l fi . 'Y . y Eleventh year at Utah State as Chi Omega . . . formerly Sigma Theta Phi founded in l895 . . . "Hel- lenic Culture and Christian ldeals" . . . lost Sigma Chi neighbors . . . said to have mourned this loss . . . promote coed essay contest . . . pay for best social science paper . . . runnersdup at dance contests . . . top tappers . . . debaters . . . politicians plus . . . Sweetheart of Sigma Chi . . . student body vice president . . . on good terms with all Greeks . . . personality kids . . . Student Liters. Warren Horace Bliss Conrad O Gara Gunn Mehr Bertin bearded beauties. Sunday afternoon. sing out, boys. Bruce Hillam Morris Morgan Harold Steed Charles Brown Bryan Forrest Grant Holman Don Horsely Bert Hoggan Eldon Iacobsen Harold Simpson Bill Thomas Bill Whitesides ,lohn Welch Grover Carter Raymond Kimball Mont Kenney Established 1925 . . . used to be local Pi Zeta Pi . . . first national social . . . deer hunters . . . prom chairman . . . class prexies . . . control council . . . polished politicians . . . sports Writers . . . strong intramural bidders grow bowery beards . . . kid parties . . . cling together . . . store composition papers . . . amusing assembly . . . point proudly to predecessors. 62" First row: Bill Pulver, Gordon Porter, Del Guyrnan, Ted Linford, Clay Crawford, Robert Plnderson, Iack Couch, Harry Carter, Ross Wheatley. Second row: Terry Hanson, Dean Porter, Ken Wright, Clyde Moore, Sterling Peterson, Keith Sorenson, Hlton Mollerup, Ben Bingham, William Smith. Third row: Dick Harris, Henry Bradshaw, Guy Murray, Keith Madsen, Roloey Coleman, Reid Bishop, Eccles Caine, Karl Caldwell, Paul Thomas. Fourth row: Ralph Richards, Forrest Nord, Bill Groutaqe, Clark Thompson, Vic Oberhansley, Harold B. Hulme, Lane M. Palmer, Wayne Smith, Paul Montrose. Fifth row: Boyd Doutre, Reed Hall, Mark Carter, Sidney Priday, lack Caine, Bolo Caine, LaMar Mackey, Haven Barlow, Woodrow Evans. Sixth row: Ned Miles, Preston Seeley, Lynn Larson, lack Hnderson, Robert Reeve, Gilbert Peterson, Stratford Evans, Oleen Bunderson, Frank Wight. ph yyfhffzz Wigs!! Y 3 2 20 Q . F "" if if 'I T I l ii' . Nettie Marie Peterson Theresa Hill Mauvia Tracy Bobby Nelson Beryl Rigby Mable Peterson Dorothy Peterson Marie Fowler Imogene Redd Helen Hovey Ieanne Allen Phyllis Stoddard Mary Christensen Rae Scott Margaret Erickson Amanda Ward Virginia Randall Leora Petty Esther Watson Frances Iohnson Elaine Sandberg Iune Colombe Ieanne Iennings Mary lane Davis PeQ'QfY Keller Margaret Gurrell Glenna Lucas Kathryn Wiggins Iacqueline Peterson Betty Lou Green Geraldine Walker Adrus Hanson Ioy Evans Mildred Hansen lean Crawford Doris Okelberry lean Holbrook Helen Hudman Gwendolyn Hogan Norma Shotwell Norlyn Tracy Betty Hendricks aJ sam, i111 L ge Melba Brunt Artha Winters Beth Pocock' Alice Bateman Harriet Parks 0 Created in 1897 . . . installed at Logan, l937 . . . strivers for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest . . . roller skaters . . . Spur of the Moment . . . President elect of A.W.S .... Intramural queen . . . student body secretaries . . . Post Office officials . . . intramural leaders . . . dance contest winners . . . steady, sure rushers . . . youngest Aggie national sorority . . . sorority riders . . . snow sculpters . . . tennis stars . . . dramatists . . . formerly Beta Delta. fireplace loungers choose one, boys sing, girls, sing .Q 6 6, . First row: Dale Olsen, Wayne Steed, Melvin Manning, Dick Ryan. Second row: Howard Hnderson, Richard Bullen, Boyd Stewart, Cliff Garbet. Third row: Stanley QH. Logan, Richard Howell, I. T. Hbbott, Harold Capener. Fourth row: Reid Bankhead, Ted Wennerqren, Earl Anderson, Karl Homer. Fifth row: Richard Romney, Norman Winzler, Richard Call, George Peterson. First row: Courtney Hanson, H. Fl. Theurer, Clyde F. Hurst, Lynn Ienlcins. Second row: Merrill Daines, Nick Drakulich, Chris Hxelqard, Clair Bauqh. Third row: Dudley Emmett, Richard Hnderson, Bill Twitchell, Iean Carlos. Fourth row: Fred Hllen, Hlrna Sonne, Grant Culli- more, Iohn Sorenson. Fifth row: Rex Earl, Iohn Putnik, Rulon W. Waite, Edwin C. Budqe. key to the new house fireplace silhouette believe it or not Sigma Alpha, first Aggie social fraternity, be- came Sigma Chi in l926 . . . donned derbies and chose Sweetheart of Sigma Chi-Ieanne Crockett . . . dominate publications . . . top muralists . . . first to build . . . began fraternity row . . . gift to auto wrecking business . . . hoist White Cross traditions . . . house warmers . . . political pudding dippers, . . athletic prowess . . . smooth rushers . . . architects . . . banned paddle pushing . . . edit, sell grid programs . . . enthusiastic ping pong players . . . feature Sig Sunday Evening Hour . . . stage unusual parties . . . said to agree with new neighbors, the Alpha Chis. . t W v . ,,,rHE4,. ,,,. 5 .see--,fx , , ' . , 1 ,... ee :,.. 1 . . - t e, A " 1.5-Taft-,, - gtitfilg- '- ' ,fl ".5,,"'Q - '41 -" 'tif' . i yn i Lyman Tarbet Orson Bankhead Burns Crookston Grant White George Bullen Fred Shaffer Roy Humpherys Bill White Dale Homer Bob Davis Iay Rowberry James D. Nelson Robert C. Peterson Hlan Wilson Sherwin Maeser Founded l869 . . . second youngest national . . . formerly Delta Nu . . . promoters of social well-being . . . great rushers . . . Winter carnival Winners . . . horseshoe hotshots . . . faculty member relations . . . "star" at Swing Sing . . . headed by Robert Anderson . . . pick Sig Nu girl . . . canyon partiers . . . tive star badge . . . potent politicians . . . flashy Homecoming float . . . own table in Bluebird . . . travel en masse . . . churchgoers . . . foresters . . . Western district prexy . . . student body chief . . . 1940-41 marked the last year of 'climbing the hill' for Sigma Nu. Next season, they Will vacate "ye olde homesteade" on iirst east to take possession of the Alpha Chi Castle, which they have purchased . . . Fraternity row Cboth houses? bids goodbye to Alpha Chi and Welcome to Sigma Nu. . champs . . smoke dreams . . chopsticks? fyifid Robert Anderson Harold Hiner Ruel Crandall Robert Corey George Tripp Spencer Calderwood Max Iohnson Lyle Shipley Spencer Iacques Dean Webber Ezra Geddes Iames Maughan Iames Hiner Reed Budge Luther Winsor Wallace Buckley Bill Averett Reid Mclvlurdie Karl Taylor Iohn Bernhard Wallace Knight George McDonald Austin Hubbard Roger Taylor Harry Woodward Ray Whiting Mervin Hall Iohn Hall Philip Andrews Piatt Bliss Ralph Harrison Edmund Gubler George Tripp George Duffin Rufus Kyle Sterling Bench Bob Foster Ariel Berntson Calvin Ienson Reed Larsen Eldon Lockhart Lyman Gabrielsen ? Virtue, diligence, brotherly love . . . founded in 1936 . . . ingeniously inclined . . . made upstairs game room . . . champ trophy Winners . . . mural defenders . . . hayrides . . . dominate school of agriculture . . . ban- quet boys . . . coed queens . . . mow lawn . . . boys from West Center . . . travel together . . . cooperate . . . showgoers . . . classy' dressers . . . hold down Main Hall . . . frequent parties . . . out-of-staters . . . capital- ists . . . ice cream eaters . . . decorators . . . Winners at Homecoming. . . life in a double bunk. . . could be another session. 7725 Dean Frischlcnecht Rene Ballard Charles Henry Jack Moore Keith Halls Dick Burr Clyde Higqenson Eugene Peterson Bob Murdock Sam Merrill t 515 .C al' . . . grand champion XD!! cghsffafz First row: David G. Nelson, Iohn Clay, Robert Baldwin, Harold Hyer, Mack Wray, Charles I. Gilden, William Howland, Don Iensen, LaMar Monroe. Second row: Darwin Bradfield, Fern Wright, Gail Loveless. Allen McGregor, Keller Christensen, Hal 'Edison Mark Fjeldsted, Wilford Srneding, Robert Choate. - Third row: Robert Carlson, Ion Crockett, Glen Fuller, Hal Christensen, Frank Yose, Royden Carter, Law- rence Aubert, Wayne Tuttle, Iohn Truesdell. Fourth row: Iohn Beaty, George Barton, Blaine Harris, Lynn Page, Royden Shumway, David Williams Edward Consalri, Robert Branges, Lynn Pitcher. 217 I Shirley Nelson Grace Anderson Mable Bott Iune Aqren Brenda Van Orden Carol Wennerqren Cora Mickelsen Genevieve Iohnson Mae Anderson Donna Burrie Alice Crookston Rose Harrop Hazel Perry Lois Peterson Laura Terry Isabelle Wade Nedra Datwyler Karma Hill Ruth LanQfOrd Carrie McQuarrie Gwendolyn Smith Norma Ward Elaine Adams Lucille Dixon Carol Roberts Merna Coleman Helen Call Connie Earl Ora Land Louise Henderson Rolina Hendricks Maxine lenkins Lucille Shepard Corrine Smith Maxine Peterson Iean Hanson Ruth Hammond lane Peck A . scholars. l . . officers. . confab Eleven years old as an Aggie national . . . "Let there be light" . . . enroll pledges as daughters of light . . . W.A.A. president . . . dancers of school days . . . clever parties . . . top Homecoming float . . . like West Logan . . . visit neighbors often . . . intramural- ists . . . swimmers . . . society editor of Student Lite . . . marry off many members . . . scholars-Phi Kappa Phi . . . look toward scholarship cup . . . Panhellenic president . . . love one another. ez' W gif dishwashing time missionary panel discussion nothing like cold water Best of Utah manhood . . . started at University of Utah in 1889 . . . returned missionaries derby wearers . . . sing greetings . . promote service operate l'1OL1S9 OI'1 COOp9I'CItlVG bCIS1S dO1'l ll S1'l'1OkG swear, drink . . . sponsor social activities proud of Institute, Institute proud of parsons wrestlers runners . . . speakers of foreign languages inter nationalists . husbands . . . . . . serious . citizens . . Glen Bingham Harold Chase Harold Balls Don Rigby Merlin Osborn Morris Thurston tell experiences good bets for conduct impressive Sunday services picketers . . . sign carriers good . good fellowship swing canes lay Holmgreen lay Christensen Louis Iohnson Fay Iohnson Reed Hllen Clark Gubler z First row: Iohn Shaw, Thomas Martin, Ralph Maughan, Ierald Munk, Max Funk, Elbert Simmons, Del Beecher, Dan Thomas, Fred Bingham. Second row: Bertis Embry, Ray Zenger, Rodney Rickenbach, Ivan Corbridge, Rulon Smith, Gerald Palmer, Melvin Peterson, Hdam Welling, Don Bradford. Third row: Pt. G. Gardner, Carl Bradshaw, Hrnold Durtschi, Blaine Clyde, Norman Perry, Ray Iones, Fllma Burton, Clarence Meldrum, Dean Gardner. Fourth row: Ross Holland, Worth Bench, Travers Smith, Mont Kenney, Donald Ashdown, Grant Lamb, Paul Taggart, Don Handy, Llewellyn Bodrero. Fifth row: Dale Young, Loy Watts, Woodrow Neilson, Frank Duce, Woodrow Scott, Marian Larsen, Elmer Broadbent, .Fllma Watterson, Lawrence Whitney. fa 51 0 William Lowe Ronald Iohnson Vaughn Speakrnan Lloyd Olsen Maurice Marler Edwin Lofthouse William Thomas Ralph Rollins Merrill Rees Paul Ienkins Qndre Truden Glen Sanders Martin Hansen Charles Polson Paul Rasmussen Marvin Bond Tedd Iohnson Iames Yardley lohn Allison Iohn Barton mile fi! Sixth season . . . growing locally . . . hand latchkey out . . . con- genial . . . represented widely . . . small but united . . . wrestlers, scholars . . . second year in new home . . . Bill Lowe, head man . . . touch football players . . . road runners . . . gaining member- ship . . . variety of interests . . . distinctive parties . . . advanced militarists . . . reliable rooters . . . climbing mural ladder . . . outstanding dressers at open house . . . pull unexpected. 222 . serve tl . at . . itrevde Ch hoSlfXmq . . qfime re From a small beginning six years ago, Lambda Chi has rapidly grown until it now occupies a position of prominence among the fraternities of the campus. Best liked piece of furniture in the house is the combination radio and phonograph. Unique possession of the fraternity is its smoking lounge, but its use does not keep Lambda Chi from possessing the scholarship cup. 223 Roma Iohnson Betty lean Stone Wilma Ellis Sue Shotwell Margaret Barlow Geneal Roberts Iosephine Holt Edna Iohnson Wilma Scott Ianeel Villet . . . practicing for the . . . balcony beauties Swing Sing High scholastic ideals, social leadership, and the true ideals of Womanhood compose the ideals of Tau Zeta Tau, youngest greek social on the Utah State campus. Founded on May 7, 1937, TZT has grown until this year it fulfilled its lite long dream- having a house ot its own . . . lntramuralists . . . small but elite . . . conscientious Workers . . . spurs . . . members musically in- clined-several in the band . . . scholarship winners. Z! M1 During the course of a year many ac- tivities and projects are sponsored by fraternities and sororities. Probably the largest undertaking is in the intramural program as exemplified by the shot taken during one of the spring softball games. Other major activities would in- clude rushing, the Sig Derby, the Bowery Party, numerous l-lard Times Parties, choosing of Pi K A and Sigma Nu dream Girls, the Roundup, Swing Sing, award- ing of the scholarship cups, and sponsor- ing of Panhellenic. Recognition for the most unique event of the year goes to the Sigma Chi-Sigma Alpha Epsilon bas- ketball game played by the ten worst players of each fraternity with each team being coached and trained by men from the opposite fraternity. E ,ffa 0245 Ultimate object of the game was for each fraternity to have its five worst basket- ball players on the floor when the game ended. Needless to say, the game was one big laugh from start to finish with the S. A. E. team, coached by Sigma Chi's Cliff Garbet, coming out on top. Ki Q? me ,ff HHH fffih, mfr fan! I ,Q 3 'Uh L M f . f i- H.--A -A 1 -. 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A 'R 2 K' , f an , 2 K wg W at e 3. gf Jr- .5 if 1 Q ff 5 3' :W .r ' N I V A . 1 J -Q ' ,. g -,z 1 " Lf 5 V ' 1' 1, ' " X, ' ' 25 Q Q .Q 1 5 + 1 3 la - ,, "- Eg-H: - A w' K Ti 'Eff :rf , EQ S ff fgnzg K 5 g 9 E 2 wg 4 5 Q M 55 A 544 2, s? 1 Q fx , NY F A , iv' 15" gi M, S 3 I 7 4 , uf :., 5' Am :,' -- ' Y ,V 4 iw- ' , ww NN .. 3 ,WY First row: R. Downs, E. Skinner, K. Boyer, N- Larsen, R. Crandall, P. Soulier, E- Whittier, B. Halliday, H, Luke, N. DeHart, M. Cooper, R. Buttars, M. Peterson, C. McMurdie. Second row: B. Whitaker, T. Cunha, P. Htnze, W. Duke, I. Lindsay, E. Broadbent, F. Bingham, Fl- Mackay, M. Fi- field, G. Wahlquist, D. I. Iverson, D. Hendricks, I. McFarland, Prof. Bracken. Third row: H- Wamick, W. Foote, E. Schleicher, K. Dayley, I- Tasso, O. Stokes, R. Vlfendel, M. Richards, G. Hrmstronq, R. Bryner, F. Mohlman, O. D. Mohlman, C. Bello, F. Mohlman. Fourth row: R. Thomas, W. Mendenhall, I- Holmgren, R. W. Mauqhan, H. Fordham, G. Soulier, H- Iames, D. Hulse, B. Godfrey, D. Becker, C. Porter, G. Richards. Fifth row: H. Cowley, H. Brinkerhoif, T. Brown, M- Bowles, D. Rigby, F. Iohnson, D. Iensen, I. B. brown, M. Wilson. G. Bingham, L. I-lolist, I. Walther, T. Pierce. Farmers . . . America's future cow milkers . . . hay pitchers . . . one of the school's largest organizations . . . proud of vocation . . . cooperate . . . surprisingly efficient . . . meet at noon . . . frequent parties . . . emphasize the Agricul- tural in the college title . . . top judgers . . . dairyrnen . . . sponsor horse show . . . give riding trophy . . . parade on G quad . . . super campaigners . . . agree on Harvest queen . promote Ag interests . . . practice teachings . . . bring prominent speakers for meetings . . . listen attentively . . . argue some . . . support representatives . . . play murals in flashy yellow suits . . . develop leaders . . . apple eaters . . cheesemakers . . . patronize dairy . . . believe in future of America and are proud of their place in it. .4 Farmers friends . . . prepare for government jobs . . . get them if lucky . . pray to be lucky . . . price analysts . . . trend drawers . . . meet monthly . . tive years old . . . have special library . . . bar outsiders . . . hold canyon parties . . . possess individual leaders . . . compare papers . . . little publi- cized . . . potentials . . . claim to be elite of the Ag club . . . have high hopes prexy Broadbent and stooqe. for the future . . . combine agriculture and economics. First row: R. Robins, L. Iohnson, D. Whitesides, M. Taft, E. Broadbent, D. Kearl, S. Kearl C. Allred, E. Drake, M. Peterson. Second row: R. Maqleby, I. Bailey, A. Henrie, W. Wilson, I. Corbridqe, R. Hicken, F. Iohn son, D. Pincock, O. Brough, D. Strong, H. Luke. Third row: M. Hyer, W. P. Thomas, R. Kelley, C. Stewart. P. I-Tiiefner. A. Christensen. T Taylor, D. Broadbent, G. A. Carpenter, H. H. Cutler, R. Rallison, M. Larsen, G. Armstrong. I 0 6 6 X 5 Southern neighbors . . . Branch transfers . . . proud of origin . . . united in action . . . boast galaxy of individual leaders . . . steady muralists . . . feel at home . . . get homesick . . . follow doings of alma mater by mail . . . good Greeks . . . polished politicians . . . . . . gay nineties assembly . . . riotous program . . . quarterly parties . . . talk of good old days . . . glad they Went to the Branch . . . distinguished by B.A.C. letters . . . solid citizens . . . trusty voters . . . attend school functions. Prince. Leigh plan canyon party First row: Browning Platt, Mack Tait, Bud Williams, Clair Porter, Grant Bethers, Mont Kenney, George Hrmstrong. Second row: Homer Stephenson, Nina Hshby, Helen Gardner, Leora Petty, Rodney Palmer, Carmen Croft, Dasil Mathews, Elsie Hansen, Raymond Kimball. Third row: Esther Watson, Francis Bettinson, Fred Irnhoff, Keith Hollinghead, lim Dalley, Keith Gates, Qnna Leigh, Garr Qshby, Florence Prince, Darwin Bradtield, Eddie Peterson. First row: Prof. Carter, Pt. Zenger, R. Platt, D. Lawrence, B. Embry, H. Chase, W. Morgan, W. Skidmore, R. Stenburg, I. Bingham R. White. -eff Second row: G. Crabtree, D. Coombs, P. Leatham, W. Maughan I. Carter, C. Stock, M. Wilding, S. Shiozawa, D. Fuhriman Q. Fletcher, C. Gessel, N. Clyde. Third row: W. Christensen, B. Clyde, M. Marler, P. Taylor, I. Hllen, I. Clark, H. Richards, O. Matkin, D. Benton, V. Hansen. Fourth row: VV. Rose, M. Petersen, N. Heaton, F. Parsons, R. Wil son, R. Hugie, K. Lee, R. Stoker, C. Kelley. Fifth row: C. Barton. I. Lacey, C. Hedborg, L. Graham, M. Thurston, I. Neeley, L. McGarry. . . . where are the Foresters? Study lovers . . . iorester haters . . . pipe smokers . . . kings for a day . . . disturb ax men . . . renowned kidnappers . . . united for a banquet . . . never again . . . Wayne Morgan, President . . . survey campus . . . have feminine interests . . . relegate irosh to top floor . . . convert room into dance palace . . . hold numerous parties . . . painted Provo . . . drew "Y" wrath . . . take field trips . . . learn much of other things . . . get national magazine . . . combined with other departments for the Home and Harvest show. 'IZZZJ5' MMM . ,,...r Perennial politicians . . . idolize Paul's Bunyan . . . take over for a Week . . . edit Student Life . . . issue Iuniper . . . Iuniper caretakers . . . western district conference hosts . . . boast sectional prexy . . . despise anyone resembling engineers-except during election Week . . . celebrate at Paul's party . . . easterners . . . good citizens . . . surprisingly efficient . . . like Home Ec girls . . . like anything connected with food . . . work for government . . . color blind-can only see green . . . broadcast . . . noisy assembly . . . fall barbecue . . . chippers . . . scholars . . . take civil service tests . . . interested in beau- tification of the campus . . . control campus corner . . . take one paper . . . everyone reads it . . . meet often . . . argue over mental tests . . . gift to the hair oil business . . . proud of professions . . . much publicized . . . deserving. Qbwxfmx Literarists . . . limited to Women . . . twenty-first year . . . boast top girl persor alities . . . meet monthly . . . hear book reviews . . . little publicized . . future writers . . . Student Liters . . . Scriblolers . . . refreshment specialists . . invita tional . . . Mrs. McLaughlin, Ricks, advisers . . . united . . . lounqers . take literature . . . dislike movie versions of books . . . like descriptive novels love adventure yarns. First row: D. Parker, B. Pederson, S. Peterson, H. Smith, E. Wintch, M. Iensen, E. Price, L. Hnderson, E. Nelson, R. Ham- mond. Second row: F. Ensign, D. Hatch, N. Madsen, M. Wilcox, M. Bott, L. D. Torqeson, M. Paulson, B. Pocock, C. Wennerqren R. Harrop. Third row: M. Qnderson, I. Christensen, G. Hnderson, I. Howe, I. Coop, B. Theurer, I. Hickrnon, M. Plndrews, C. Mickelson, I. Peck, M. Erickson, H. Parks. 234 the officers waiting for dinner Friendly . . . sometimes rather noisy . . . dislike dorm hours . . . Walk to cafe- teria for meals . . . elect officers . . . have unique parties . . . only three tele- phones . . . phones busy all of the time . . . sun bathe on the roof . . . Write letters to the editor . . . new Dean of Women . . . live under strict discipline . . . keep taxis in business . . . hang laundry on back lines . . . live close to library . . memorize bus schedules. 235 . . . sizing up the international front First row: Kenneth Stephens, Elda Allred, Wilma Hulse, 'Estella Davis. ' Second row: Hbner Delvfille, Satnley H. Logan, Edward Penn, Mathilda Penn, David Gancheft, Dick Orrock, Dick Harris. Political planners . . . map future of changing world . . . columnists . . . district president . . . sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International peace . . . meet bi-weekly . . . sound thinkers . . . shrewd debat- ors . . . theorists . . . conduct panel discussioiqs . . . wide, thorough readers . . . watch national movements . . . predicted third term . . . shout for democracy . . . fore- saw French fate . . . argued over alliances . . . favor ally aid . . . dislike foreign entanglements . . . purpose is to promote clear logical thinking . . . opinions of members are solicited. cffzfe fmfzbfzaf 1? Mzfzbfzs 236 MW UM! Homemakers . . . future housewives of America . . . aim for matrimony . . . otherwise teachers or county demonstrators . . . all Home EC students and faculty members eligible to join . . . entertain Foresters . . . supplied home part of Home and Harvest show . . . Cook Well . . . serve refreshments at par- ties . . . frequent socials . . . dominate Commons . . . Wear ,cooking aprons . . . teach home culture . . . plan budgets . . . learn home making . . . child development . . . loyalty among members . . . give annual spring formal . . . do graduate Work . . . think home is national foundation . . . "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world." First row: H. Parks, M. Bello, S. Finlinson, M. Anderson, M. Nyman, I. Creer. Second row: A. Winter, E. Sandberg, V. Randall, I. Hanson, F. B. Thompson, I. Iohnson. Third row: E. Hafen, R. Smith, F. Crawford, B. Nelson, R. Nielson, D. Iames, D. Iorgensen, R. Hyer, E. Sweeney, R. Cannon, L. Pixton, V. Allen, N. Ballard, V. Pace, V. Huff, N. Richards, B. Brady, M. Herbert. Fourth row: I. Sanson, F. Glassett, T. Hill, R. Adams, P. Schmutz, D. Barlow, C. Crofts, N. Redd, M. Anderson, W. Glassett, G. Taylor, I. Olsen, M. Perry, G. Romney, I. Olsen, I. Cardon, D. Ballard, M. Paulson, R. Richards, M. Christensen, R. Harrop, K. Hill, Miss Moen, R. Killpack. Fifth row: P. Gardner, B. I. Stone, M. Hendricks, N. Ashby, I. Wheatley, H. Parks, l... Butler, M. Smith, E. Mitchell, R. Anderson, W. Haley, D. Wallin, R. Scott. Q A K E , .E 5 i I 3 . L 4 . . V , t I Q 1 Wi Honorary society . . . for majors in zoology and entomology. . . great research addicts . . . expect to do lots when they get jobs with Department of Agricul- ture . . . have a trackster in their midst . . . kept in by fascination . . . have professors in their ranks . . . claim it doesn't hurt them . . . like microscopes and the like . . . speak English even though people sometimes Wonder . . . aren't book worms entirely . . . keep pretty much to themselves . . . and their fancies. First row: Ross Hadfield, Guy Lewis, Wayne Meier, George S. Stains, I. S. Stanford, C. I. Sor- enson, G. F. Knowlton, D. M. Hammond, Hrley Flinders, Roy Thorall, Ellwood Stephens. Second row: Robert H. Zirker, Fred C. Harrnson, Heber F. Thornley, Robert B. Burnham, W. Don Frank, E. R. Simmons, Reed S. Roberts, Bryan Forrest, I. Lewis Robinson, Charles Bruce, Keith Gates. 1? 1 If in . 1 First row: Cadet Major Harold Simpson, E. Nelson, G. Merrill, Pl. Ryan V. Griffin, C. Nelson, N. Shotwell, Q.. Ward, H. Hansen, K. Stevensen B. Thompson, M. Tanner, Cadet Major Bliss Mehr. Second row: B. Hatch, K. Hnderson, Q. Bateman, R. Warr, L. Rasmussen F. Montrose, H. Ellis, M. Berntson, H. Stewart, C. McQuarrie, B. Green Third row: M. Simpson, C. Mickelson, I. Holbrook, E. Nelson, N. Haslem B. Tiffany, M. Morris, S. Qllen, R. Hyer, M. Clark, H. Parks. see? Lucky gals . . . have dress figured out for them twice weekly . . . saves on clothes . . . organized a drill squad . . . performed at Military Ball and one basketball game . . . claim they can cheer louder than the Spurs . . . get saluted by all officers . . . but have to return all salutes . . . march by ad- vanced officers . . . hook one occasionally . . . take orders from Major Blair and senior sponsors-also from Majors Simpson and Mehr . . . Carol Camp- bell is top ranking . . . but had to drill with the rest ofthem . . . all are good looking . . . Will make good Wives for they can take orders. 0725015 C. Campbell, I. Raye, B. Palmer, I. McMurrin, G. Crockett, L. Torqeson. Fourth row: l. Pixton, Q. Chamberlain, E. Wintch, V. Gibbons, B. Hefty, i cfm? -U fb Miz gifs' Benos . . . creepers . . . choose Spur of moment . . .mix with other state chap- ters . . . attend national convention . . . Duke Rosenbaum . . . directed by juniors . . . composed of lower classmen . . . qreeks, independents . . . ser- vice boys, ushers . . . entertain sister Spurs . . . white, blue sweaters . . . sell programs . . . select new members each winter . . . banquet finished night in hell . . . democratic . . . cheer leaders . . . song writers . . . public initiation wear armor . . . build snowmen. First row: Ioe Carnesseca, Lewellyn Bodrero, Lynn Ienkins, Dudley Emmett, Boyd Doutre, Forrest Nord, Dale Fisher. Second row: Lyn Larsen, Dan Christensen, Dave Bernstein, Ned Clyde, Gaylon Rosenbaum, Ed Scartezina, Woodrow Evans, George McDonald, Charles Bingham. . Third row: Iay Hansen, Bryce Albertsen, Ioe Anderson, Iack Ander- son, Duke Beatty, Russel Stoker, Guy Murray, Harold Hyer, Clint Nelson, Reed Budae, Terry Hansen ,Austin Haws, Fourth row: Iack Schvaneveldt, Haven Barlow, Melvin Israelsen, John K. Barton. Edmund Gubler, Wilford Barlow, Piatt Bliss. . . . just two I. K. goats. . V78 xxx . . . hard of hearing, lane? First row: Geneal Roberts, Helen Stewart, Hnnora Eskelson, Verna Theurer, Phyllis Stoddard, Iessie Ray, Shirley Hickman. Second row: Karma Hill, Connie Nelson, Gerry Walker, Marie Briggs, Frances Hansen, Iean Clements, Margaret Barlow, Nedra Datwyler, Gwendolyn Smith, Ruth Lindsay. Third row: Mary Morgan, Dorothy Daines, Gwen Hymas, Kathleen Rex, Betty Baldridge, Merle Castleton, lane Moss, Mary Christensen, Kathryn Sorenson, Ruby Hartvigsen, Dorothy Iorgenson, Lois Cook. Cause big commotion at football games . . . selling candy . . . claim they can cheer louder than sponsors . . . Wear White garb once a Week . . . with blue attached . . . make a scene each "A" day when new members are received . . . good kids though . . . hold a spring formal . . . are national . . . have national president . . . membership limited to underclassmen . . . get cute gals . . . the cuter they are the more candy they sell . . . host to convention , this year. 24 l First row: Fern Shipley, Paul Turner, Reba Kygar, Iarnes Schoenteld, Ioyce Adney, Rachel Anderson, Ruth Iudd, Esther Mitchell, Marion Richards, Ruth Kygar, Devere Weight. Second row: David Sharp Ir., Earl Haten, Clyde Richards, Naomi Dalton, Thales Brown, Fred Cornaby, Alvin Mackay, Brent Weight. , 4-H booth for the Home Harvest Festival in the making - National agricultural organization for farm youths . . . Worked hard in past years, but regard the col- lege club as a means of mutual enjoyment . . . spon- sor the raising of hogs, cattle, sheep, and chickens R . . . bottle fruit and vegetables . . . grow farm crops in the summer-learn how in the Winter . . . 4-I-I's are health, hand, heart, and head . . . hold many informal meetings and parties. iww 2 Y . . . serving Sunday night refreshments. dmfdfd Qzffa Lg Wm . . . Sweethe Crrt'S ball Social, cultural, intellectual, religious . . . four fold purpose . . . Epsilon chapter . . . character developers . . . second year . . . L. D. S. members . . .seminary students . . . largest campus membership . . . helped to establish California chapters . . . six sub chapters . . . Alpha-Beta-Gamma for men . . . Chi-Psi-Omega for Wo- men . . . Sunday night programs . . . divide members equally . . . combine knowledge, fun . . . social poise . . . semi-formal parties . . . sportsters . . . intramuralists. amfafz Qeffe rgzymzz Proud of lnstitute . . . spiritual development . . . special initiations . . . members wear ribbons . . . carry institute cards, passports to fun . . . featured church speakers . . . good citizens . . . many missionaries. BETH CHQPTER: First row: W. W. Richards, LeeVern Leishman, Paul Leatham, Elmer Stahle, Quentin Thomas, Dan Christiansen, Leo William lex, Dean Ward, Evan Welker, Reed Riding, Llewellyn Bodrero, Marion Richards. Second row: Karl T. Horner, Melvin Hulme, Vernil Iohnson, Don Erekson, Stuart Brovsm, Ray Thatcher, Elmo Gray, Hbner DeMille, Hrather Riding, Clyde Richards, Elmer Clark, Dwayne I. Iverson, Wendell P. Droubay, Wayne Collings. Third row: Ray Canning, Sterling Taylor, Wendell Petersen, Wayne Hshworth, Hulme Dunford, Theron R. Leishman, Robert Pugh, H. Dean Eyre, Robert H. Burqoyne, Blaine M. Porter, Willard C. Rose, Preston Olsen. GHMMH CHHPTER: First row: Eldon Binqham, Marcus R. Cooley, Robert Baird, Richard Puqsley, Iohn M. Bailey, Lee Neilson, Weldon Griffiths, Earl Griffin, Daniel Griffiths, Richard E. Griffin, Iesse Griffiths. Second row: Leo W. Powell, LaMar Brown, Kenneth Proctor, Malin Wildinq, Gail Taylor, Reed Bills, Simon Baker, Hriel Chatterton, Dee Pincock, Floyd Israelson, Bernard C. Christiansen, Hrley Flinders, Winston L. Benson. Third row: Richard Coburn, Ray Wildinq, Oriel Matkin, Dee Bennion, Phil Haggard, Willard Mecham, Perry Manwarinq, Van H. Neiswender, Sam Shiozawa, Grant G. Williams, Robert White, Elbert R. Simmons, Nephi L. Needham. i PSI CHHPTER: Front row: Lois E. Saraent, Maurine Larsen, Elda Hansen, Donna Smith, Mary Pett, Beth Payne, Ruby Bailey, Ingrid Hnderson, Dorothy Iorqensen, Ruth I-lyer, Elaine Strinqharn. Second row: Cara Klinqler, Edna lohnson, Glenda Randon, Dorothy Hofler, Faye Crawford, Mar- jorie Plnderson, Geraldine Taylor, Lucille Campbell, Phyllis Gardner, Doris Passey, Barbara Cordon, Ora Bills, Bonna Lue Daniels Pack, Maurine Clifford, Carole Daines. Third row: Lillian Lund, Frances Glassett, Norma Kendrick, Fern Zollinqer, Eileen Kendrick, Hlice May Cutler, Mildred Smith, Rea Madsen, Oleva Christensen, Oral Puqrnire, Marjorie Kloepfer, Gwen Puqrnire, Eloise Puqsley, Etta Marshall. zzffzfffa 9 fire Lgl?77Zd Pace setters . . . mixer parties . . . easy to know . . . long remembered . . . easy to like . . . social climbers . . . travel assemblies . . . recruit new members daily . . . Aggie cross section . . . church goers . . . mutual lovers. HLPHH CHHPTER First row: George Hrrnstronq, Milton R. Hunter, Boss Holland, Rex Pugsley, Ralph B. Platt, Rulon M. Wood, Ioseph Hatfield, Orin Dance, Warren H. Church. Second row: Hlvin Mackay, Melvin W. Baker, Bryan Booth, H. I. Newby, Melvin Brown, Roy Thorell, Ross Hadtield, Farrell Bell, Rosslyn Eppich. Third row: lack Wagstaff, Clyde Gessel, Reed Palmer, Clyde Sutherland, Iohn Wood, Doyle Landon, David Spencer, Earl Hafen, Kenneth Stephens. CHI CHHPTER First row: Finn Louise Barber, Doris Harwood, Catherine Childs, Marie Briggs, Edith Berghout, True Roundy, Ioyce Welker, Lydia N. Romney, Ruth Swenson, Omeara Olsen, Fawn McFarland, Esther Bauerle. Second row: Ruth Richards, Sibyl Wilkinson, Winifred Wilkinson, Laura Iohnson, Violet Olsen, Io Bishop, Mary Ormona, Beulah Daines, Norma Iohnson, Grace Sims, Mabel Hartvigsen, Beoa Myers, NaDean Dunn, Luella Moore, Mavis Hstle, Helen Gardner, Elsie Embry, Third row: Winiired Amacher, Laurel Stowell, Mary Hatch, Ruth Penrose, Nina Hshby, Helen Vfadsworth, Lillian Hunter, Mozelle Millard, Hazel Perry, Lois Cook, Elna Kemp, Eva File, Hrthell South, Ruby Kunz, Maurine Cook. 4 OMEGA CHAPTER First row: Qthlene Stewart, Katherine Rasmussen, Buhla Brady, Marqene Hall, Eleanor Rasmus- son, Mae Jensen, Vivian O. Simmons, Dorothy Hurst. Second row: Kathryn Hoffman, Lenora Hatch, Katherine Stanford, Hmanda Buck, LaVon Loosle, Kathrine Maurer, Marie Sorensen, Lucile Pixton, lean Olsen, Pauline Schmutz, Iva Pixton, Hazel Petersen. Third row: Beth Merrill, Ierry Marshall, Rae Hnderson, Dottie Field, Margaret Mae Bello, Yvonne Morris, Gladys C. Eppich, Ianet Wheattey, Luana Pimussen, Florence Heywood, Helen Mar Chamberlain, Marguerite Hendricks, Lola Sorensen. 247 New on the campus Cor more conspicuousl are the trades and industries students, now under training for national defense. Including students of college age and a large number of older men, the entire group is working ener- getically to become efficient in some skilled trade and then take a place in essential industries . . . Classes are being taught both day and night to speed up the gradu- ation of some of the students and allow others a chance to get in classes they might otherwise loe forced to miss. Many new instructors have joined the college staff to teach the classes. aff l l m il I if if ' , in ! gL-4 WSW' 4 fi' may Nm fix - C ! Mt . ,Af Max 1 an- .w. W W f"'esi f3.'W Wgfw.L'm ,J fl'if,Ului f,gmM,T.f .g.,n?PxSY3wLLmMNl .dw bm nu Wmnfl., A 9 '55 IZ, VX,"-:"v i" on Y 4-f 4, if ,r ,FL S. ,M vu, -. qrxginib , K H mg: . . 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KN ' 4 rf 15125 Q59 H14 '1 1 ! ie x,V- fi r aw, Xt ,YM ' rf ,af - 5 '55 dwg' 38-- Front: Mascots Hill, Peterson and Dunn. First row: Dee Whitesides, Fred Allen, Melvin Gruell, Tommy Beal, Bill Reid, Seth Maughan, Bill Whitesides, Bob Duggan, Mel Manning, Elman Caldwell, Glen Jackson. Second row: Sterling Rich, Lee Cardon, Sam Merrill, Elmer Green, Wayne Steed, lack Moore, Fred Bohman, Vernon Bennion, Fred Banks, Murray Maughan, Warren O'Gara, Austin Hughes, Chris Axelguard, Asst. Coach I. K. "Ken" Vanderhoff. Third row: Prof. A. N. Sorenson, athletic council: Marvin Bell, Dale Iames, Nephi Schwab, Lynn Lunt, Russell Naylor, Acquilla Allen, Grant Hurst, David Clark, George Nelson, trainer: Nick Uzelac, manager. Fourth row: Coach E. L. "Dick" Romney, Hue Iewkes, Darwin Bradfielcl, Eddie Penn, Bill Batt, Clair Reid, Guy Pace, Olma Irving, Iohn Putnick, Ray Watters, Bill Twiitchell, Demont Walker. Utah State's 1940 football campaign could be termed quite fairly, "a sea- son that might have been." For, had the Aggies packed a little more punch in three games, two in particular, they could have finished the year much farther up the ladder than they did. X512 ff However, considering the fact that they were outweighed in every game, and faced superior manpower in most of the contests, the Aggies did very well. Their season's record of two wins, one tie and five losses, fails to make this clear and doesn't paint the picture as it really was - or might have been . . . Outstanding during the season was the upset win the Farmers recorded over Utah University, a team that later went on to win the Big Seven Championship. Playing their hearts out, the Aggies struck once early in the game and then fought tenaciously during the remainder of the contest to chalk up a 7-O triumph. By all odds, it was the year's biggest surprise in Big Seven play . . . One other item of note was written in the books during the season when the Farmers finished eight games with a pass defense record that stood second in the nation. Harvard, limiting opponents to 33.3 yards per game, via the air lanes, topped the Aggie record of 38.9 yards per game. , Coach E. L. "Smiling Dick" Rom- ney, who this year ended a color- ful career as head coach of three major sports. In the future Romney will act as Football Coach as well as Director cf Athletics. Opening the season against San lose State, the Farmers were idle but one Week While playing a schedule that ranks as one of the toughest the hilltop school has ever gone through. Pol- lowing the game with the coast team, the first aggre- gation irom that section ever to play in the Aggie bowl, games were played with Colorado, Utah, Idaho, B. Y. U., Colorado State, Denver and Wyoming, all on suc- cessive Saturdays except the Wyoming game which was played on Thanks- giving. Assistant Coach I. K. "Ken" Vanderhofi Trainer George Nelson Bell brings down militant Spartan. Aggie crashes through . . . or is he? An invading band oi San lose State Spartans coached by Glenn S. CPopD Warner and Ben H Wmkleman packed too muon offensive for the Farmers who were rolled under l9U The Aggies missed a scoring opportunity on the opening kickoff Recovering an outside kickoff, the Aggies put Colorado in the hole first thing and appeared well on their way to a win. Late in the second quarter, however, Colorado capitalized on a break by intercepting an Aggie lateral and scored. Smarting from the sting of two successive defeats, the Farmers came back full blast in this game, caught Utah off balance, and pinned their ears down, 7-O, in the Big Seven's biggest upset. The scoring play came early in the game when Seth Maughan passed to Austin Hughes in the end zone and then kicked goal . . . Mel Manning, starting his first college con- test, played a great game at tailback, while Captain Lawrence Slater, fullback, and Murray Maughan, center, were de- fensive demons. I Mel Manning Manager Nick Uzelac l B111 "Ox" Reid Dee Whitesides Fred Banks Dave Clark Lawrence Slater lCaptainJ Warren O'Gara 'JJ Playing away from home for the first time, the Aggies ran into a tough Idaho eleven and a drenching rainstorm, the combination causing a stalemate, O-O. Being outweighed terriiically, the Aggies came out of the tray with what amounted to a moral victory. C. U.'s McClunq about to be tagged severely Weakened by the loss oi Captain Slater, who was 1nJured on the second play, the Farmers dropped this game after throwing a scare into the Cougars. A heavy B. Y. U. line thwarted two State scoring drives, stopping one ot them on the one-foot line. Had Slater been in the game, the Farmers would in all probability have scored, for his weight and size was a potent torce in the backtield. 258 For the second week in a row, Utah State felt the loss of Slater, this time at Fort Collins, Where Colorado State Won a 13-12 game. Manning and acting Cap- tain Marvin Bell did the scoring for the Utags, both on long twisting runs. Maughan mised both conversions and a field goal try. Left: Marvin Bell, Murray Maughan Iohn Putnik, Sam Merrill. Below: Chris Axelgard, Ray Waters Bill Twitchell, Wayne Steed. Top: Fred Bohman, Bill Whitesides. Center: Seth Maughan, Lee Cardon. Bottom: Austin Hughes, Fred Allen. Gaining the momentum of early season, Denver ran hog-wild on its own field to snow under a tired Aggie team, 34-6. lt was the Worst loss from all angles that Utah State suffered all season. The game's only consolation came when halfbaclc Allen managed to score, pre- venting a Whitewash . . . Warren O'Gara, veteran guard, was injured in this fray, ending the season's play for him. Sev- eral others came out of the game battered to such a degree it was doubtful if they would be able to play the finale, but in most instances they saw further action. fi ff il Cn the Wagon Eddie Penn Vernon Bennion Guy Pace Two misses . . . Slater coming in UTAH STATES RESULTS Utah State Utah State Utah State Utah State Utah State Utah State Utah State Utah State San lose State 19 Colorado 26 Utah 0 Idaho U B. Y. U. 12 Colorado Satte 13 Denver 34 Wyoming U ' Non-conference . . enough said Clair Reid lack Moore Tommy Beal Dale Iames Acguilla Allen Bill Batt 61.159 Fung Played on a snow-swept field, this game ended the year's campaigning for the Aggies, who once again made good ad- vantage of Seth Maughan's kicking to nail down the second and last win of the season, 16-U. Wyoming didn't go down without a struggle, but the kicking of Maughan and some snappy punt returns by Bell were too much for the Cowboys. . . . Scoring was accomplished by Hughes, on a pass play, and Manning, by running, both for touchdowns, plus two conversions and a field goal by Maughan . . . Next year, Coach E. Rornney's task will be to plug the gaps left by the graduation of fifteen players, most of them regulars or semi-regulars. Those who will not return are: Murray Maughan, Warren O'Gara, Elmer Green, Fred Banks, Eddie Penn, Wayne Steed, Lee Cardon, Austin Hughes, Bill White- sides, Seth Maughan, Lynn Lunt, Vern Bennion, Fred Bohrnan, DeMonte Walker and Captain Lawrence Slater. z 4 1 .i xsii Q: 'mis 1 First row: Claude Peterson, Elmer Staley, Russell Stoker, Leon Litz, Dix Bateson, Iohn Beattie, Elwin Peterson, Frank Yose, Robert Choate, Henry Iames, manager. Second row: Harold Capener, assistant freshmen coach, Dick Griffin, Leland Graham, Iack Horton, lack Gilbert, Iim Martin, Dick Howard, Roger Taylor, Asa Iohnson, Art Bortnicker, Burns Crookston, Ioe Whitesides, freshmen coach. Third row: Ray Argoyle, David Ireland, Murray Morgan, Iay Staten, Burton Silcock, Ralph Maughan, Vardaman Iorgenson, Dean Andrew, Morley Keetch. Fourth row: Milton Sharp, Elvoy Widdison, Don Andrews, Iohn Spendlove, Eldred Peter- son, Ioe Ingersoll, Glen Sorenson, Howard Hansen, Rufus Kyle, Bruce Pike, Melvin Wood. A powerful freshmen football team, boasting a massive line and a bevy of fleet-footed backs, completed a successful season under the watchful eye of Frosh Coach loe Whitesides and began eyeing varsity positions which will be wide open next fall because of the graduation of a goodly number of regulars . . . Best varsity prospects include Ralph Maughan, all-conference Murray Maughan's younger brother, as a center candi- date: Glen Clseftyl Sorenson, guard: lack Gilbert, Ioe Ingersoll, and Eldred Peterson ,tacklesp Dick Howard and Dick Griffin, endsy Melly Wood and Bruce Pike, backs. J Mr ,M V- fm? gfff 1 Lev J fresh, ffcrf N Jlfmfx fa wmwzce 5655 Plagued by injuries and lacking in experience, Utah State's l94U-4l basket- ball team finished the lowest a Dick Romney coached team ever has- right in the cellar, completing the conference play with a record of two wins against ten losses . . . That it was a disastrous season, everyone is agreed upon, but the fact that the Aggies were able to extend almost every team played, especially during the early parts of the games, made the year appear better than it looks on paper. Very few people expected the Farmers to do great things so the season's results disappointed only very few. First row: Grant Cullimore, Iack Mayne, Evan Baugh, Roland Reading, Ed Izatt, Glen Maughan. Second row: Nick Drakulich, Iohn Putnik, Piustin Hughes, Hcquilla Qllen, Keith Trane, Melvin Briggs. Third row: Coach Romney, Harold Simpson, Manager "Rock" Rogers, Trainer George Nelson. ff Captain Roland Reading If Glen Maughan . . . Whose ball is it? K Opening the season unirnpressively against a group of old rnen, the Cache Valley Coaches, the Staters began a steady climb that reached its first peak at Berkeley, California, where they almost upset California and St. Mary's, losing out 47-43 the first night and 44-42 the second. Captain Reading, lack Mayne and Nick Drakulich were the stars in the early frays. Nick Drakulich lack Mayne The next five games were dropped which, coupled with the three lost previously in succession, made an eight game losing streak, the longest of the season. Thrice the streak was almost broken, twice against Denver and once against Wyoming but the effort didn't quite succeed. The home game with Denver, which was lost 45-44, was one of the loest of the year. Austin CBunnyD 'Hughes led a futile last half rally with some of the weirdest shooting the fieldhouse has ever seen but the invading Pion- eers pinched off the spurt one point shy. "WEE . ' ' . . . hold him down, Reading "Red" Briggs Acquilla Allen Iohn Putnik Harold Simpson 0722 I D After a three game slump, the Aggies came back again to win their first collegiate contest, dropping Colorado State here by a tight 34-27 score. Cullimore, starting his first game, came through with a brilliant scoring exhibition to spark the Win but the entire team was func- tioning smoothly, especially on defense . . . On the first eastern invasion, tight games were played with Colorado and Colorado State but in both cases, last half attacks by the opposi- tion proved the Aggies' undoing. Returning home again, the Farmers hit one of the season's low spots when Utah completely bottled them up to Win a 44-21 triumphh. good shot, Evan ffwfwfz , hfeaxe another Aggie basket Grant Cullimore Keith Trane Playing for the last time on the home floor, the Aggies pulled one ot the biggest upsets of the year by tipping BYU, 48-47, following a final whirl- wind rally that left the fans hoarse from cheering. Cullimore, back in the lineup for the first time since the Utah game, and Harold Simpson and Keith Trane, reserves, sparked the closing rally which saw the Aggies net 18 counters in eight minutes while BYU was held to eight. Drakulich was the game's high point man, however . . . Qustin Hughes Dean Rogers Ed Izatt Evan Baugh bqch IOS Whi tesjdes 5055 qliddf With a group of outstanding former high school basketball players to Work with, Coach loe Whitesides went to Work and produced one oi the most outstanding freshman teams in recent years. Seasoned ob- servers in the athletic sport predict that many members of this team will be occupying berths on next year's varsity five. With their ability at both defensive and offensive play being particularly outstanding, they should be able to add greatly to the Big Seven standing of the Aggies . . . Coach Whitesides, a former Aggie athlete and reserve officer, was called into the army for a year's service as athletic direc- tor. Upon termination of his year of active duty he is expected to come back and occupy his position of Freshman Coach. 271 59357 C ef ffiu HCM gy ik afwm 2 MJQ QM! cod ap. Dick ,ROYHQGY aie Otd wits c 74 nderwooit X460 W Don Anderson, lithe junior all-around star, put the color punch into Utah State's track season and turned what might have been called a poor year into a year to remember When he set a new state mark in the broadjump . . . In a dual meet with Utah, Anderson sailed out 24 feet l0 inches, surpassing both the state and conference marks but because ol a conference ruling on dual meets, the mark will only be ac- cepted as a state standard. According to Coach E. L. Romney, the leap was the next best in the nation for the year. Other than that, however, the Aggies finished in their accustomed spot behind Utah and B. Y. U., but with an outstanding crop oi freshmen coming up, served notice on the other schools to beware next year . . . Anderson, in addi- tion to his broadjumping, captured points as a pole vaulter and a sprinter. He was high point man in both the dual meets during the year. Captain Earl Winger, pole vault ace, Dale Nelson, quartermiler, Howard Stone and lack Moore, weight men, Alton Davis, distance prospect, and Ned Clyde and Wayne Ashworth, hurdlers, were the other top point winners. First row: Woodrow Wilkes, lack Moore, Fred Hllen, Pllton Davis, Earl Winger, Dale Nelson, Pllbert Burton, lack Coak. Second row: Warren O'gara, Con Bertin, Bill Twitchell, Grant Cullimore, Don Hnderson, lack Cook, Burns Watts, Harold Hendricks. Third row: Coach Dick Romney, Ken Vanderhoif, Simon Baker, Ralph Hobbsen, Bernice Watts, Max Huggard, Dave Clare, Curt Wright, Dick Jacobson, Conway Dunn, Wayne Weir, Boyd Doutre. Dick Jackson Howard Stone 17 ln the first meet of the season and the only one held in Logan, Utah, took the measure of the Aggies, 81 V2 to 58 V2. Then at B. Y. U., the Aggies dropped their second meet, 82 to 58. Utah Won the state championship by defeating the Cougars, 81.2 to 58.8 . . . The season was the last tor Coach Romney as track mentor for early in April he announced his withdrawal from track and basketball coaching. His successor in track will be Delbert CDebJ Young, Davis High School mentor and a former Aggie athlete of note. Deb will step into the breech highly regarded, having coached his team to the Utah state track championship this year. V Fred Imhof 276 First row: Dren Grande, I..aMar Mackay, I. T. Hbbott, Gerald Palmer, Dale Maughan, Robert Koilce. Second row: Boyd Doutre, Darwin Brad- iield, Seth Maughan, Dale Miller, Ralph Rollins, Burl Hermanson, Crosby Bott, George Nelson. Third row: Dave Clark, Sterling Rich. Morris Morgan, Bill Shepard, Boyd Bradshaw, Milo Nelson, Homer Shurtz. l Coach "Doc" Nelson Recapturing a Western Division Wrestling title that had escaped them during the last two years despite the fact that they have held state championships for five consecutive seasons, Coach George "Doc" Nelson's Utah Aggie grap- plers Walked off with highest honors in the mat sport this season with an outstanding display oi wrestling Wizardry. After sweeping through to another state title with ease, the Aggies Went through the Western Division meet almost un- beatable, Winning six out of eight championships and placing second in one of the two bouts they lost. exffffzg . . Q First row: Fae Hurst, Clifford Stock, Duane Henderson, Bill Miller, Sid Gloeckner, Byrne Fernelius, Grover Carter, Ken Vanderhoff. Second row: Clyde Higginson, Ioe DuBois, Eugene French, Spencer Calderwood, Eccles Caine, Lawrence Whitney, Perry Leavitt, Wilford Smedinq. . Coach Ken Vanderhoff Although defeated both times in dual meets with the University of Utah, Utah State's swimming team made its best showing in recent years and gave Coach Ken Vanderhoff reason to be hopeful next year. The swimmers lost both meets by identical scores, 46-29, despite considerable shifting of men which was tried to strengthen the team . . . Outstanding during the year Were Captain Sid Gloeclcner, Captain-elect Duane Henderson, Bill Miller, Perry Leavitt, Eugene French, Byrne Fernelius, and Clyde Higginson. With most of these performers returning along With some outstanding freshmen prospects, next year's team should continue the upward climb. 278 Gordon Porter Vern Anderson, Evan Baugh, Keith Trane, Dale Maughan, Glen Maughan, Reid Bankhead, Bill Durrant, Lynn lenkins, Eldon Iacobsen, Fae Hurst. Playing tennis that surprised its most ardent supporters, Utah State's net squad showed great possibilities for the tutu re despite losing out in all its matches. Utah University won the state championship with B. Y. U. placing second . . . Outstanding on the Aggie squad were Captain Vern Anderson, Gordon Porter, Keith Trane, Dale Maughan and Evan Baugh. With the exception ci Captain Anderson, all will return next year which Will give Coach Perce Smith a good nucleus to start Working With. COQCh Cdbtnin tr Perce Smith JIMMY Kiwi? gfff 1 Lev J fffihx riff leak gdwe' My leaf? GLN K .. L - , ri. J, k V 1521 1 - , gin -'Q If .. ,-- f 6 -. Q Qxwg4 .,,1i.2- 1:1 ' fin. 1-- f 792 -ff, .. fff' -e. gh., up veg - L -x -, QQ " L .. 1213.1 'i '5" - ' ' ' -, ' -H P , " f ' 3913 2, ,wif-,xagwwv 3 U -- . W J . ,M f Qzwidg iv 1- .gf H f - 5f'iQJ:f?3' f '94- xi 'Q A-I f X ' "iii Q 23? 'fy MSYNJQ en' INTRHMURFIL DIRECTORS Wayne Steed, Israel Heaton, Hy Hunsaker COMPETITIVE INTRHMURHL MHNHGERS First row: Keith Trane, Frank Mockli, Ivan Wilmore, Cliff Stock, Elmer Green. Second row: Nick Draklich, Keith Gates, Lloyd Shaw, Rene Ballard, Henry Bradshaw. Third row: Hugh Ieweks, Hrch Rich- ards, Ray Webb, Dell Thomeson, Wallace Buckley, Dale Rigby. INTERESTS INTRHMURPIL MANAGERS Norma Merkley, Riley Binqluarn, Roden Shurnway, Verna Theurer, Bill Miller, Glenn Mauqhan, Bernard Christensen. J The surprising Sigma Chi fraternity swept through to top honors in intra- mural competition for the first time since 1936 to join Wellsville and the Foresters as champions in the three intramural circuits . . . Wellsville and Foresters, Winners in last season's play were favored to repeat in their respec- tive divisions, but the Sigma Chi team was hardly ranked for the titular honors. INTRHMURQL STQFF First row: Wayne Steed, Israel Heaton, Hy Hunsaker. Second row: Quill Hllen, Sid Gloeckner, Sam Bailey, Nephi Schwab, Stan Hnderson, lack Caine. nz' M2145 fam as Wegafafzafs INTERFRHTEBNITY BHSKETBHLL HND "H" BHSKETBHLL-S H E: First row: Clint Nelson, Iay Staten, Ned Clyde, Bill Shaw. Second row: Verdun Hndrus, Bob Wright, lack Lacey, Bill Batt, Elmer Green. "B" BASKETBALL-Sigma Chi: First row: Mel Manning, Homer Shurtz, Bill Twitchell, Chris Hxelgard, Fred Hllen. Second row: Burns Crookston, Nick Draklich, Beid Bankhead. FHLL TOUCHBHLL-Sigma Chi: First row: George Walker, Grant Cullirnore, Mack Maeser, Boy Humphreys, Harold Capener. Second row: Paul Facer, lean Carlos, Nick Uzelac, Bob Davis. Third row: Nick Draklich, Trude Taylor, Dick Welling, Dick Ryan, Chris Hxelgard. SPRING SCFTBHLL-S H E: First row: lack Shaw, Dick Call, Grant Reese, Ver- dun Hndrews, Mel Woods, Clint Nelson. Second row: Roland Reading, Red Briggs, Bud Gron- ning, S. H. Edwards, Calvin Hgricola, Tug Green. PING PONG SINGLES: Richard Coburn FENCING: Robert Baird Lunch time at the Winter Carnival. Intramural Directors Hy Hunsaker and Margaret Goold survey progress being made by the Women's Intramural program The Sig victory came on the heels of Wins in track and field, "B" Basketball, touch football and wrestling. Trailing them in second place Was Pi Kappa Alpha, While Sigma Phi Epsilon, cle- fending champs, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon finished in that order. VOLLEYBRLLeSigma Chi: First row: Ed Budge, Fae Hurst, Roy Humphreys. Second row: Dick Call, Nick Draklich, Dale Olsen, Dick Hnderson. WINTER CHRNIVPIL: Elmer Boyle, Bill Rosnick, Rex Hampton, Bud Lippman, Ken Hampton, Elmer Cox, lack Major, McConnell, Lynn Crookston, Bill Mathews. OPEN HOUSE: Official, judges, and timekeepers: Riley Bingham, Wayne Steed, Stan Anderson, I-ly Hunsaker, Sam Bailey, Margaret Goold. Lawrence Slater, E. H. Iohnson. TRQCK-eSigma Chi: First row: Homer Shurtz, Grant Cullimore Bill Twitchell, Burns Crookston, Fred Hllen Second row: Mel Manning, Wayne Steed Chris Qxelgard, Nick Draklich, Iohn Put nik, Hlan Wilson. WELLSVILLE WRESTLERS: First row: Dale Maughan, Fred Woodard, Webster Maughan, Douglas Maughan. Second row: Clark Maughan, Eldred Peterson, Glen Iackson, Howard Nielson. Pl KPIPPH HLPHH SWIMMERS: First row: Henry Bradshaw. Forest Nord, Stan Castleton, Dave Clark. Second row: Guy Murray, Grover Carter, Bruce I-Iillam, Eccles Caine. Lois Britzell and Dale Olsen, Badminton doubles. ln the department league, the Ag club showed unexpected power to lead the circuit for two quarters until they fell behind the Foresters in the annual swim meet. The Foresters copped top laurels in softball, winter carnival, swimming, open house, and volleyball . . . Wellsville, man- aged by Doug Maughan with seven other Maughans included on the roster, moved into an early lead in the club league and put together wins in open house and wrestling to tuck away top honors for the third time in the tour years that the league has been organized. Lg efzafzfyafzs amen' CHHLLENGERS-Volleyball: Front: Gerry Marshall, Doty Field, Lu:ille Chris- tensen, Lois Britsell, Minnie Brendt, Lottie Brendt. Back: Sybl Cook, Roberta Cook, Marjorie Paul, Ilene Thomas, Winona Peterson, Grace Simms. AGGIETTES-Basketball: Front: Dorothy Tervort, Ara McDonald, Alton Ander- son, Ida Winword. Back: Emily Sweeney, Bernice Brough, Muriel Winson, Margaret Potter, Irene Bremers, Doris VanDam, Ruth Andrus. CHI OMEGA Dancers: Ruth Lindsay and Margaret Snow. CHI OMEGA Croquet: Cleo Christensen, Elizabeth Call, Rachael Barlow, Rama Eyre. Miss Swenson Director of Women's Intramurals ., H ,9- : I .. ,Y c . f 4 Miss Margaret Goold Director of Women's Intramurals First row: Sybl Cook, Gerry Marshall, Doro thy Trevort, Melba Wallin, lean Christensen, Verma Singleton, Ioyce Welker. Second row: Katherine Iones, Rosemary Dee Ella Adamson, Muriel Winsor, Iune Coop Ora Land, Harriet Parks, Theresa Hill Hama Eyre. Shuffle Board Singles Ruth Andrus Winner Intramural Manager Jn! amzmafx TI-IETA UPSILON DANCERS: Maxine Ienkins, Iune Aqran, Karma Hill, Eve- lyn Seamons, Nedra Datwyler, Rose Harrop. BRIDGE: Peqqy Ke11Qr, Kappa Daltap Ruth Andrus, Aqqietteg Jeanne Craw- ford, Kappa Delta: Rosemary Dee, Aqgiette. N 5 ffm Guided by the Wornen's Hthletic Hsso- ciation, the Women's intramural pro- gram has grown from four to -ten com- peting teams. In providing opportunities for Wholesome participation in recrea- tional activities, the organization hopes to tind a sport for every girl and induce her to enter that sport. Governing body is a council composed of sports mana- gers, faculty advisers, and officers. With the constantly Widening scope of activities, there is a bright future tor the Wornen's Intramurals. KHPPH DELTQ DHNCERS: Harriet Parks, Frances Iohnson, Esther Watson, Leora Petty, Betty Lou Greene, Betty lane Hendricks. PING PONG: Ioyce Welker, singlesp Iune Coop and Margaret Simpson, doubles. Below: KHPPH DELTH SWIMMERS: Margaret Gur- rell, Nettie Marie Peterson, Dorothy Peterson, Harriet Parks. MHNHGERS: Margaret Potter, Ella Hdamson, Sybl Cook, Esther Watson, Leora Petty, Hose Harrop, Shirley Nelson, Dorothy Tervort, Ida Winward, Margaret Gurrell. mf fe wwf fi? 61 RWM fmfvhx KC lgZll'f62Q7lg a in-105 Jn ewbzfzbfz Hs this is written, Volume 33 of the Buzzer has but a few pages yet to be printed. For the thirty-third time, a tired and begruntled editor sits before a typewriter trying to express his inward feelings of indebtedness and appreciation toward those who have aided him in the production of a BUZZER. Hs I sit here tired and worn out after a long night's work, I can easily recall the many long and thankless hours that students and professional men have spent in the production of this book. Had it not been for their aid and suggestions, this Buzzer would never have become a reality. Probably more deserving of credit than any other one individual is Mr. Walter Z. Lillian of the Paragon Printing Company. His ability with a camera caught the beauty of our campus as seen in the opening section and on the division pages. Regardless of the time of day or night, he has been on hand to advise an inefficient editor on every minute detail from laying out a dummy to the actual printing. To him it is hard to express my appreciation and about all I can say is "Thanks a million, Walt." Hdded thanks go to Dean Wallin and the entire production staff of Paragon Printing for their splendid help and cooperation from start to finish and for their outstanding job of printing and binding. F rom the first rough draft to the finished product, the advice and artistic abilities of Ray Brennan and I-Iomer Trueblood of the Los Plngeles Engraving Company have been deeply appreciated. The uniformity and continuity of layout is a result of their untiring efforts to produce something new and attractive in a yearbook. Recognition is due Frank Lodefink of Stevens G Wallis for his important part in design- ing and producing the cover. Ever present with their photographic abilities and equipment have been Max Brunson, Bennie Degn, and George Torgeson. Many long hours have been spent in the darkroom by student photographers Grant Bethers and Bob Peterson. It has been a constant source of enjoyment to work with Business Manager Harold Collard to whom "I extend my thanks and heartiest congratulations on the fine job he has done on the 1941 BUZZER. Hlso worthy of mention on the business staff are I. T. Qbbott, Horace Tremelling, Melvin Rennie, Dorothy Iensen, Haven Barlow, and Maryon Paige. During the entire year there has been a loyal and willing staff to depend upon. Though they have received no reward and their efforts have not been publicized, they have left with me an unforgettable memory for which I shall always be indebted. For their constant aid and loyalty, recognition must be given Grant Bethers, Bob Peterson, Doris Wallin, Homer Stephenson, Bryant Kearl, Stan Hnderson, Sam Bailey, Margaret Hnn Wilson, Harold Simp- son, Marjorie Paulson, Elaine Nelson, and all other members of the editorial staff. H word of praise goes to Delbert Napper and Dale Steed for their unique clay figures molded especially for the sub-division pages. During this feeble attempt to express in words my appreciation and gratitude for the work :lone on the l94l BUZZER, there have been many pleasant memories brought to mind from the first day we moved into the new office until the last bit of copy went to the printers. With each of these fleeting memories comes that same feeling of indebtedness and appreciation, not only to those directly concerned, but also to the student body and administration who have made this book possible. From start to finish I have seen how much work has gone into each of the 320 pages of this Buzzer. Knowing how many hours of someone's time each page represents, I realize more fully than anyone how far from being adequate my attempted expression of appreciation has been. Therefore, I'll quit by just saying "Thanks to everyone for everything." KHRL T. HOMER, Editor. 294 H "H" Day .........,.........,. .. Administration .......... Hdvertising ,,....... Hg 'Club ................. Hg Econ Club .............. Hlpha Chi Omega .......... Pllpha Epsilon Delta ....... Hlpha Kappa Psi .......... GENERAL INDEX .......174-175 ...........l8-19 .......296-320 ...........228 ..,..,.200-201 ...........l84 .......194 Hlpha Sigma Nu ....i............................. 195 Hlpha Zeta ............................................ 185 Hmerican Society of Civil Engineers 231 Hssemblies ..........................,................. 167 Hssociated Women Students ............ 34 Hthletic Council .........,.......................... 37 B B.H.C. Club .................. ........... 2 Q0 Band ................ ...... Basketball ....... Beta Kappa ......... Blue Key ................. Board of Trustees ..... Buzzer Staff .,.,.,...,.................. C Campus Hctivities ....... Campus Clubs ...,..... .......264-271 .......202-203 ..,...........22-23 140-141-142 .......144-167 .......228-249 Chi Omega .................................... 206-207 D Deans ..,,,.,. .,,.......,.... 2 4-25-25-27-28-29 Debating ..,,.. ...,.........,.............. 1 58-159 Dedication ....... ......................... 5 -7 Delta Phi ...... ....... ....... 2 2 0-221 Dramatics ...,. . .................. E Empyrean Club ............ F Football ..........................., Foresters .............................. Four-H Club ....................... 146-l 51 ....,..234 .......252-264 .......232-233 Fraternities and Sororities ............ 196-225 Freshmen ............................ Freshmen Basketball ....... Freshmen Class Officers ..........,...98-124 ...........27l .......100-101 Freshmen Personalities .............. 102-103 Freshmen Football .........., Freshmen Play .......,....... H Harvest Festival ............ ...........261 .......l50 .......164-165 Homecoming .......,,............. ....... 1 72-173 Home Economics Club ....... .............. 2 37 178-196 Honorary Societies ........ I In Memorium ........,.,..... .. Institute .,...........,................... Inter-Collegiate Knights ........ ........4-5 .......166 ......,24U Inter-Fraternity Council ........... ....... 1 98 International Relations Club .............. 236 280-292 Intramurals .....i........................ .... . . l Iuniors ........................... Iunior Class Officers ........... Iunior Prom Committee .......... Iunior Iacket Committee ........ Iunior Personalities ............ K Kappa Delta ................. Kollegiate Kapers ........ .......64-80 67 67 .......68-69 .......2l D-211 163 L Ladies' Glee Club ......l Lambda Chi .................................. 222-223 .243 to 248 Lambda Rho ...........,....,,, ....l Lambda Delta Sigma ............. Lyceum ......................... ........ M Masters ......................,,. Men's Glee Club ......... Men's Panhellenic ..... Military .......,.....,.,,,.., Military Ball .,,.,,,.,,,....,, Military Sponsors ....... Minor Sports ....,,.,.,,,..., N National Defense .......... O Opera ........................... Orchestra .....,. .....,,.,, P Pep Band ...... 1 ..,.....,......,.,. Phi Kappa Phi .................,,. Phi Upsilon Omicron .....,.. P1 Gamma Mu ....,.......,... Pi Kappa Hlpha .......... President ,....,..,,,..,,,,.,..., President's Message ...... .36-156-157 ........l6O ....,,.....l98 ......l24-136 r' ...,.......lo2 ......272-280 ......248-249 ......,.l51 ........l53 . 154 .:ll1ll183 ........19O 191 ...,....208-209 6 01 ............... L. Publications ,...,.....,,,,,,..,.,,, ,,l,.,,, 1 36-144 Publications Council ....... R R.O.T.C. ...,,,..,,.,..,,,,.,.., . R.O.T.C. Band ,.......,,,,..,, S Scabbarcl and Blade .....l... Scribble ......................,,.,.. Seniors ....,.......,..,.,.,......,,.,., Senior Class Officers .... ,. Sigma Hlpha Epsilon ...... Sigma Chi ,..,......,.....,.,,. Sigma Nu .....................,,... ........124-136 .........l55 .,.......192 ............l43 .........38-64 ........204-205 ........2l 2-213 ........214-215 Sigma Phi Epsilon ...................,.... 216-217 Sophomore Class Officers ................ 82-83 Sophomore Personalities ,,.........,.... 84-85 Sophornores l.... .,......,....,......, Spurs .........A..........,............., Student Government ..... Student Life Staff ........ T Tau Zeta Tau ......,........ Theta Alpha Phi ....... Theta Chi ................. Theta Upsilon ................. U Utah. Foresters ............ Utah Juniper .............. Utazoa .....l,..................l... V Valedictonan .1 ..........,.. W .........8O-98 ............241 .........32-33 ..-.....138-139 ........224 -.......l88 ............187 218-219 ........232-233 ...........l43 ........238 ........182 Winter Carnival ............................ 176-177 Women's Hthletic Hssociation ........,... 35 Women's Glee Club ............................ 161 Women's Panhellenic Council .......... 199 Women's Residence Hall .................. 235 X Xi Sigma P1 ......................... .......l33 UEverything Photographic" E STMHNAHUDAK THE BL EBIBU 5 TUBES Incorporaied I55 South Main Sireel' Salt Lake City Logan, Utah I9 Nor+l1 Main and College Hill Abbott, J. T. .....70, 212, 32, Abbott, Legrande ..... Anderson 277, Student Index Anderson Anderson Anderson 199 Adams, Bernice .... ........ 1 04 Adams, Dean .......,... -..-.-.... 8 6 Adams. Doris Mae ....,..-----.- 104 Adams, Elaine .............. 8.6 218 Adams, H. LeRoy .............. 104 Ada1ns,, June ...................... 104 Adarns, Ruth ........................ 104 Adamson, Ella ........ 70, 289, 35 Adney, Joyce ........ 86,, 165, 189 Aff1eck,Preston .................... 45 Affleck, Ruth ........................ 45 Agren, June ........... -...--- 4 5. 213 Albertch, Keith .................... 45 Alder, Reo ........--.--------- 104. 160 Alleman, James K .....,.., 104, 86 Allen, Aquilla. .... 272, 266, 268 Allen, Betty Jeanne .... 82, 210 Allen, Ellen .............-.-.....----- 70 Allen, Fred ..............8-1, 70, 212, 284, 260 Allen, Jay Victor ...,.. . ..........- 45 Allen, Jean ..........------------.----- S5 Allen, John Ernest, ........ . .... 104 Allen, Reed R .........-..... 220,. 70 Allen, Shlrlee ,,,,,,,,,,,,............84, 86, 206, 167 Allen, Verlye ..-.-------,------A----- 45 Allen, Xvallace F --------------A---- 45 Allison, John -.---,-------- 104. 222 Allred, Chall .l--- ------------- 7 0 Allred, Lucile ....-- -----'- 4 5 Allred, Ruth ..... .------ 3 6 Allred, 1Vells ,,.. .,.... .....-.. 1 0 4 Allsop, Betty .-----A---4-- ---4---- 1 U4 Alnach Alnuss er, VVin1fred .... ....---- 1 04 en, Phy ' llis L ........... --85 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, AHdeI'SOH Anderson, Anderson Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson 1 , Anderson, Afton ...... ....... 1 04 Bert ..... ....... 1 91 Bryant .... ......... 4 5 Chad ..... .......... 1 55 Clyde .................... 70 Donald ........ 70, 274 Earl R ............... 212 George ................ 45 Glenn C ..,.....,...... 86 Grace L. 19, 45, 218, 187, 189 Grant ........8, 154, 155, 160 Howard D...-15, 212 Jay ...................... 86 J. Neldon .......... 160 Jack .................. 200 Joseph 100, 101 Katheryn ........ Keller .............. Kent .................. L. Olsen ........ 70 LeRoy .............. Lorraine T. 45, Hazel ................ M. lngrld ............ Mae . ...,, .. ......... Marjorie .......... Marjorie M. ..... . Myron ................ Max .......... ....... Nathan .... .... Neldon .... .... Rachel .........,.... Richard D. 2 1 2, Earl .................. Robert ..,.,..,., 70, Roberta ..........., 206 104 104 155 ..70 187 ..86 ..70 218 ..70 ..45 ..70 187 ..86 ..86 U45 286 209 215 104 Anderson, Rulon A. ...,..,...,. 70 Bailey, Sam I-I. Anderson, Stanley P, -------------- 00- 138- 70, 283- 140 85, 176, 86, 283, 155, 159, 139 Baird, Robert ...................... 104 Anderson, Vern B. Baker, Simon L ..... 70, 160, 232 205- 279 Balch, Barbara Anderson, 1fVanda ...-.-.--v- ----- 8 5 Balderston, Richard E ....... 205 Andrews- Dew ------------------ 104 Baldridge, Betty ......... ....,. s G Andrews. Philip .... 86, 215, 143 Baldgvin, Bob .,----.-,-,.,. ,,., 2 17 zXHdFeWS, John .............. 45, 155 Ball, Robert D ..4----- ---.-- 8 G Andrews, lllyrtle ......,,...... ..104 Ball, Harold A---k-4.--- ------x 1 60 Andrus' Ruth -------------'-----f 70' 35 Ballard, Donna ..... ...... 7 0 Andrus, Verdun ...... .........205 Andrus. Wvillard ......... . ,....... 104 Archibald, Elmer ................ 155 Armstrong, George NV. 191, 232 Ashby, Edith ........................ 86 Arthur, Keith ,,..........,..,.,..,,,. 86 Arnold, Virginia Lee ............ 45 Ashby. Garr .................... ..... 7 0 Ashby, Nina ................. ,.... 4 5 Ashcroft, lwlildred ,,.,.,.,.,,,.. 104 Ashdown, Donald .............. 221 Ashdown, Laura Marjorie..45 Asher, Jay ............................ 104 Ashworth, WVayne A. .......... 70 Astle, Mavis ........................ 104 Aubert, Lawrence ........ 70, 217 Ault, Elwin .......................... 104 Averett, Bill ........................ 215 Axelgard, Chris..212, 2 84, 259 Aylworth, Lowell ......,.......,. 45 Badger, VVilliam .... Bair, Glen ............. Bagley, David ........ Bailey, David L ....... Bailey, John M ...... Bailey, Leola ....,. ........45 ......104 ......10-4 ........86 ......191 04 Ballard, Nadine Balls, lvlarline ...... ............... 8 6 Ballard. Rene ......... ....... 2 16, 79 Balls, Harold ...................... 220 Bankhead, Audra ...... Bankhead, Orsen WV ........... Bankhead, Reid E. 234, Banks, Llewellyn A ......... .. Banks, VVm. Fred .......... 45 ..70 213 279 ..45 257 Barber, Ann Louise .............. 86 Barfuss, Afton F ................... 70 Barfuss, Joseph .................. 104 Barker, Boyd ................ 104 160 Barker, Ethel ....,. ....,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Barker, Quentin .................. 105 Barlow, Dorothy .........,...... 105 Barlow, Haven .... 105, 209, 142 Barlow, Margaret ................ 86 Barlow, Rachel .........,........ 206 Barlow, Vvilford .,...,,...,....,,, 105 Barnum, VVarren P ..,....,,..,, 70 Barraclough, Lee ........., 86, 232 Baratt, Elwood ..... ............ 4 5 Barratt, Glen ...... ,..,.., 1 05 Barrett, Geneva ..... .......... 1 05 Barrett, Theta. ........,............. SG Barron, Robert M ....... 105, 232 Bartholomew, Margaret... .105 Bartlett, Della , ..............,... ,USG MMP iii Radio tor every room, no addi- tional charge. Only hotel in Salt Lake having air-conditioned rooms In keeping with the times the Hotel Temple Square is constantly refurnishinq and redecorating its quests rooms. We therefore can offer you complete, new and mod- ern rooms. Pleasinq and restful. Hospitality, Service, Comfort are among the Hote1's main attributes II IT Y I1 HU I3 II n "Where You Get What You DAIRY, CREAMERY Ask For" Gnd ICE CREAM Phone zoo 'es and ev North Main eueei MACHINERY and SUPPLIES Compliments of Baugh Plumbing En. Schaby Cleaners lvmtnut at nmstu Portland - Salt Lake City 3 z,lLSfW""""f' FV fn lA!M5,,Z flf1W""A" ,,,,,,f.f Quite ni I7 Z A STLE TE EUAL 1' Vilr' If tViEXvlhmw,?,,fvwig The Choice of Discriminating Buyers gigrfmiuw' H E i ff I Wfrwwfh Mined by "i" 4' Z1 tal: ?uel Com any DEPENDABLE DEALERS IN CACHE COUNTY Sell CASTLE GATE EUHL Barton, Cliff ........ . ........... 70, 155 Student ,fndex ffontinuedj Bortnicker, Arthur N ......... Barton, George A ....... 105, 217 Barton, John 0 ............. 70, 222 Bartschl, Paul E. .......... 86, 202 Bateman, Grace 70. 152 Bateman, Lavar .... ............ 1 05 Bateman, Marjorie ............ 105 Bateman, Virginia ............., 105 Batensen. Francis ......-.---.--- -45 Boyle, Elmer .................. 46, Bateson, Donna Marie ..... Ban, Bill .......... .............. 2 os Bauerle, Esther M .......... Baugh, Alys ...... .......-.---- ------- Baugh, Clair. ........... ...... Z 12 Baugh, Clyde J ............, 86, Baugh, Evan A ........... 266, Baxter, Ann ..., ........ ........ 4 5 , Baxter, Beal, Dorothy .................... Bean, Roy W ................. 46, v y Morris M ................. Beard, Shirley ........ 86, 154 .105 284 .,70 167 160 205 270 207 105 ..70 232 155 105 Beatle, John H ..................... 217 105 Beaty, John Allen .... 105, Beck, Charlotte ...... ....l....... Beck, James S ..................... ..S6 ..86 Becker, David Wm ........,.... Beckstead, Lawana B .,..... Beecher, DelMont .......... 86 Beeton, Margaret E ........... 106 221 105 Behling, Glen J ......... .............. 4 6 Behling, Ray J ....... . . ....... 87 Bell, lkiarvin ....... ........ 2 59 Bello, Clair ......,.. ........... 1 05 Bello, Margaret ..,...,..... 46, 165 Bench, George .................... 221 Bench, Sterling .......... 105, 215 Bendixsen, Vern C .... ........... 4 6 Bennett, Vera ....................,. 46 Bennion, Dee ...................... 105 Bennlon, Vernon ............ 46 261 Benson, Raymond ................ 71 Benson, Ross ................ 105 155 Benson, Winston ................ 87 Benton, David E ................... 87 Bergener, Reid H ............... 105 Berghout, Edith ......... ....,. 4 6 Bergreen, S. Vvilford ........,. 105 Berndt, Lottie ...................... 87 Bernhard, John 215, 143, 232 Bernhlsel, Ted B .,.,...,......... 87 Bernstein, David A. 139. 232 Berntson. Ariel .... 105, 215, 155 Berntson, Mary ............ 105, 201 Berrey, Marie ...................... 105 Bertin, Conrad .............. 69, 208 Bethers, Grant .... ..71, 159, 141 Beutler, Edna ...................... 105 Beyeler, Lynn .... ...... 4 6 Bllls, Ora ............ ......... 7 1 Bills, Reed .........................-.. 87 Bingham, Ben L ........... 209 71 Bingham, Charles B ........... 87 Bingham, Dee .......,.,........,. 105 Bingham, Don R ................... 160 Bingham, Eldon ............ 87. 160 Bingham, Fred .............- 46. 221 Bingham, Frank P ............... 87 Bingham, H. Glenn .... 220, 46 Bingham, Jay ........ . ..........-.- 46 Bingham, Norris T ............... 87 Bingham, Riley ..... ....... 2 82 Bingham, Sidney ....... 105 Birch, Delores .... ...... 8 7 Bird, Karl .................. ...--.--. 4 6 Bishop. Shirley E ..........------ 105 Bishop, Reid ............ 82, 87, 209 Black, Harold ...................... '71 Black, Robert .....................-.. 71 Blackham, Clifford ............ 87 Blair, Kathleen . ,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,, 46 Bliss, Platt. ...................,. 215 Bodrero, Llewellyn G. Boehme, Lucy ......,.,,,,.,,,,,,, Bohman, Fred ........ 46, 205, Bolt, Keith .......................,.. Bond, Marvin ................ 105, Booth, Bryan L ........l.......... Bosan. Steven ...... 106, 202 Bott, Helyn ....................... Bott, L. Crosby .............. 46, Bott. Mabel ................... 46, Boudrero, Robert ........... Bowen, Don ........................ Bowen, Bowen, Bowen, Bowles, Dorothy ............ 87, Jack ................ 106, Louis C ............. 46. Max YV ................. Bradfleld, Darwin ........ 87, ,71 221 106 260 105 222 ..46 106 232 ..87 202 218 106 106 201 205 191 ..46 232 217 Bradford, Donald H ..... 46, 221 Bradshaw, Carl B ........, 46, 221 Bradshaw, Clare N ............... 87 Bradshaw, Daniel ................ 71 Bradshaw, Henry 287, 272, 71 Bradshaw, Robert B ........,.... 46 Brady, Buhla .......................... 46 Brady, Wesley .... ........ 1 06 Brailsford, Blain ,.... ........... 1 06 Brandley, Mary .................... 71 Branges, Robert .... 87, 217, 232 Breinholt, James ...... ............ 8 7 Bremers, Irene .............. .. .... 106 Bridges, Neal M. ..... ........ 1 06 Briggs, Marie ........................ 87 Briggs, Melvin....205, 266, 268 Brlnkerhoft, Alma ...... ........ 7 1 Britzell, Lois ............. ...... 1 06 Broadbent, Emer .221, 71 Brothersen, Thomas ............ 87 Brough. Bernice . Brough, Lawrence ....... Brower, Leonldas .71. 160 Brown, Almeda .............. 201, 71 Brown, Charles F ......... 46, 208 Brown, Evelyn ......, ,,,,..,,,,,, 3 7 Brown, Garn ......... .............. 8 7 Brown, Grant ........................ 87 Brown, Josephine ........ 46, 205 Brown, LaMar M ............... 106 Brown, Melvin J ........ ......... 4 6 Brown, Paul H ........ ....... 1 05 Brown, R. Omer ........ ..,... 4 6 Brown, Ruth ............ ,.,... 4 6 Brown, Thales C ....... ...... 7 1 Brown, Stewart .....t . ..87 Bruce, Charles ............ ..46 Bruce, Vvlllard ......,,,,..,,,,, H46 Brunt. Melba ....... ........ 4 6, 210 Bryner, Ray ......... ........ 8 7 160 Buck, Amanda ,..,...,.,...,..,.,, 106 Buckley, VVa1lace M. 215 Budge, Edwin C..,8'T, 212, 286 Budge, Grant .,..,......,......, N87 Budge, Reed W' ............. 87, 215 Buehler, Charles D .......... 104 Buehler, LaRee C ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 45 Buehler, Vernon M .......... ..46 Bullen, George ............ 213, 160 Bullen, Richard ............ 46, 212 Bunderson, June ................ 106 Bunderson, Oleen ........ 106 209 Burch, Jean .......,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,, S7 Burgoyne, Edward E ........... 46 Burgoyne, Maxine .............. 106 Burgoyne, Robert H ............. 71 Burgoyne, S. L ........... ...... 4 6 STUDENTS . . . Go ilne easy way for less by AIR-CONDITIONED SUPER COACH Union Pacific- Greyhound Stages THE DINNER HUHN Logan's Leading Independent Food Store Logan, Ufah Compliments of BEN EH!-XNHLIN STURE5 Logan, Uialn ffm That Zawt NEEDH!-UVI .IEWELEH FOR THE GRADUATE FOR THE BRIDE OR C-BROOM I25 Norih Main S+. Logan, Ufah PHUTU BLUE ' EUMPANY 207 Ness Building Sali Lake Ciiy Written, Printed or Drawn Subjects Created, Reduced, Duplicdted or Enlarged Planograpln Priniing - Bluepriniing Plnoiosiais - Engineering Supplies Exclusive Mammoilm Phoio Enlargemenis READY-TO-WEAR Ariisi Supplies Logan, Uiali ALITY STYLE VARIETY LE IEN' 11.1 513:11 3fCc11 Alla wA.t,lS v Distinctive College Styles JARMAN'S SHOES FOR MEN . . . RED CROSS SHOES FOR LADIES PAPER DECORATIONS . CARNIVAL GOODS . E HPE TEH P PER EUMPAN Salt Lake City, Utah PEMBHUHE EU Office Outfitters SALT LAKE CITY Burk, Dick ............................ 87 Burman, Marjorie ............ 105 Burmingham, Victor VV ..... 106 Burnham, W. Arden .......... 46 Burns. Gean .......................... 46 Burr, Dick W ...........,..... 216, 71 Burrie, Donna Mae ...... 218, 71 Burrie, George ........... Burton, Albert NV ...... Burton, Alma P ........ Burton, Ed. ............. . Bush, Donald ....... Butler, Lila Ann ...... Buttars, Ronald ...... Byington, Leo ..... Caine, Eccles ........ 209, Caine, John T ............ .209, Caine, Robert ...... 1338, .........106 21 ........87 ........87 ........71 .....87 ......71 ......191 287, 160 160 87, 209 Calder, Nelda. ................. 201, 71 Calderwood, Spencer Caldwell, Karl ......... ........215 .........209 Student Index ffontinueag Cardon, Beth ........................ 48 Cardon, Lee ..............., 106, 260 Carey, Glenn Albert ....,...., 106 Carey, Robert R ................. 232 Carlos, Jean B ............. 212, 287 Carlson, Marie Selma ......,... 88 Carlson, Ralph F. ....... ........v 8 8 Carlson, Robert Oscar..88, Carlson, Vernon W ..,........ Carnesecca. JOSBDYI JT. ...............................,......1 06, Carruthers, Yvonne .,.. 10 6 Harry. ............... 202, Caldwell, Lee ................ 155, 160 Caldwell, VV'arren T ........ ..... 7 1 206 218 Call, Richard A ..... 87, 212, 286 Call, Richard W ............. 205, 71 Call, Elizabeth ............ 106, Call, Helen ............ ........ 1 06. Callahan, Jack J .-..... ............. 8 8 Campbell, Carol ............ 206, 177 Campbell, Lucile .........-..-..- 71 Campbell, Robert B ............. 88 Cannegieter, Morris VVIU 1 60 Canning, Ray R ............. 141, 71 Cannon, Rhoda M ...... Capener, Harold R ..... Cardon, Annette .......... . .......... 48 212, 284 ..48, 201 217 106 202 206 Carter, 71 Carter, Afton ....,........... 106, 201 Carter, Grover C...-48, 208, 287 Carter, Jack .................,.,...... 48 Carter, Joan ........................ 206 Carter, Mark J. ............,..... 209 Carter, Royden V ....... 106, 217 Carver, Marjorie ...........,,..... 71 Caseman, A. Bert ......,. 106, 155 Castleton, Merle .................. 88 Castleton, Stanley ............ 287 Cazler, Geraldine .... , ....... 88 Chadwick, Keith ................ 106 Chamberlain, Ann 154, 155 Chamberlain, Helen Mae .... 88 Chapman, N. Earl ................ 71 Charchalis, Jim .................- SS Chase, Harold VV ........... 220, 48 Chatelaln, Jack ................ 106 Chatwin, Arnold ................ 106 Checketts, Franklin VV. 154, 155, 160 child, Mark C ......................... 48 Childs, Catherine ..............-, 88 Choate, Robert ............ 107, Christensen, Adele ..... ....... Christensen, Arbon ,.... ...... 217 ..71 .160 Christensen, Bernard C ..... ..48 Clifford, Violet .,,,, 0,48 Christensen, Cecil N ..,.,........ SS Clifford, Violet ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 3 Christensen, Cleo .....,.... 48, 206 Clifford, Gaynard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 107 Christensen, Dennis J ......, 107 Cloward, 1Vayne J ....... 71, 232 Christensen, Dwayne M ...., 107 Clyde, Blaine P ............, 48, 221 Christensen, Hal ,..,............ 217 Clyde, Louise ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48 Christensen, Jay .....,.... 220, 48 Clyde, Ned .... 68, 205, 284, 71 Christensen, Keller ..... .88, 217 Coburn, Richard ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, T1 Christensen, Kent ................ 71 Cochran, Dwight L ........... 107 Christensen, LaVeIl ........,. 107 Colby, Leg,-rande .... 107, 155, 71 Christensen, Floyd ,...,,........ 71 Coleman, Franklyn R. Christensen, Lorraine ,,,. 107 --------------------'---------4--------- 269- 71 Christensen, Lucille ,,.,,.,.,,,, ss Coleman. Meme -,-,-----. 107, 218 Christensen, M. Jean Collard, Harold .... 168, 48, 140 289, 71 Collings, Almira Christensen, Mahalia .......... S8 Collin-gs, VVa-Yue -------f---------' 71 Christensen, Mary E...88, 210 Collis- Angelo ---4- -'--------- 3 3 Christensen, Mary . ..,.,,,..., 107 Colombe- June ----'-------------'- 210 Christensen' Melba A,n'----.----. 71 Colton, Lawrence ....,... 48, 232 Christensen, Oleva E ......... 107 Colfer- Mefzetfa L -'---- 1 --A-" 107 Christensen, Russell .....,,,.,,, 48 Condie- Daflene 4-----4-----+-- ---71 Christensen, virginia Connell, Edward Joseph..107 152 Consalvi, Edward F. . . , ' .................................,.. 107, 217 Christiansen, Dan A. ...,.... 107 Conway John Gordon 107 Christiansen, Keith ............ 48 C0017 liavid Drew """ 88 Church, Warren H ......, ss, 155 Coolf' Glen S """"""" 107 Clark, David ........ 287, 257, 71 Coolzneen A """"""4"'A"""' 107 Clark, Elmer .............,............ 88 C 1, J 'i""""'i"" """ ,, 1 Clark, Jack ........ ...... . ,,.,.... s s 00 X' une """"' "A"""" ' Clark lifildred ,......... ......... 7 1 Cook, Max G """"' """""" 1 07 ' Cook Sybil ...................... 88 34 Clark' Ruthe 'e""""""""""" 159 Cook, Vlfilliam L ,107 Clay, John E ......... 217, 199, 71 ' """" "E""' Clavson Nfelba .11,-.-1'--11.1,-." 88 Cook' Roberta -------'-' -'---- 1 07 ' ' . 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Jon Greer ...... ..... 1 08 Cordon, Julette ........., 72, 163 DOITIIYIBJ- UFSUI8- ------ ------ 1 08 Ellis, Helen ....,........ ...,.... 2 06 Corey, Robert Dallnes, Carole hlhsh ------w.--.--. 8 8 DOTS-YI. Belva -e------------,,-,------ 72 Elison, Reava ........,.......,..... 108 ,,..,,,,,,..,.4s, 215, 271, 232, 72 Dames, D0,.othy,,,,,,,,,,,,,,83, 88 Dorton, Robert S...................89 Elkins, Robor-t,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,1cg, 51 Costley, Mary ........................ 88 Dalnes, lllerrlll C, D0tY, Clalldills D--'57, 48, 152 Ellis, Willna ........................,. 72 Couch, Jack J ............,....,..... 209 ,........................,...... ss, 212, 84 Dolltro. Boyd ------.----.-------,-. 209 Ellsworth, Samuel G .... ,..,... 5 1 Cowley, David H ...... ....... 4 8 Dailey, James ........,...,...,,..., 72 DOWNS' RRY -T ------------ -------- 4 3 Elmgren, Bruce A ,................ 89 Cox, Clyde K ,........ ....... 8 8 Dance, David Orin .,,,,, 107, 155 1I3ra1,2e,,E,ldon 11? --------------------- 89 Embry, Bertis L .........., 51, 221 Cox, Marion .......... ........... 1 07 Daniels, Dona Marie ..,....,,. 107 Ta U ic . Nic Joe H Elnbry, Elsie Florence .,..., 108 Cram, Owen B ...,...........,....... ss Daniels, Helen M ....,,.,.,..,,,..,, -is --212' 272' 284' 286' 266- 22' Einbry, Ralph .................,.,.. 72 Crandall, Rnol .,,... 72, 199, 215 Danielson, Ruth ........,.,. 107, sa Dmubay' Wendell --'----i--'- 102 Emch, David W ...........,,....,... ssl Craw, Henry ........................,. 88 Dattage, L.eVere A ............. 108 Drummond' Dale B """""""' 811 Emmett, Dudley .... 212, 89, 160 Craw, Louis Bert .....,............ ss Datwyler, Nedra .............,.. 218 DuBois' Joselfh H"-82' 79' 222 England. Xvilson ................ 108 Crawford, Clay ,,.....,..., 72, 209 Davies, Mary .....,,...,.,...,,.,,,,r 108 Duce' I1jf8mk1"' A -------i- 42' 221 England, John ..........,,........., an Crawford, Faye ....,............... 72 Davis, Bob..1os, 213, 234, 271 Duce' 'Won ""'-""-"4"""""-' S4 Ensign, Farrell Crawford, Jean ............ 107, 210 Davis, Estelle. ....,................... 88 Ducef Ralph A """""""' 95' "" Q """-"""""" 42' 169' 51' 201 Creamer, Kaylene .....,....., 107 Davis. Mary Jane ...,.. 108, 210 Duftm' D',GeOrge """"""" '10 Epp'ch'G111dys -'--'-------"-------- 51 Omer, Jeneve ..-...-'-" -----v-. 4 8 Davis, Melvln .-.---..'-Y--"----,"-5 48 Duke, L- Woodrow -------,-..----. 51 Epplch, Rosslyn M ....,..,,.... 160 Cuddle, John -"-----.-.------.--V' lm Dnyley, Kendall ..,'V'--..-. 48 DUf1f0I'd. J9ffe!'SOY1 H ------4 103 Erekson. Don ..................... .108 Crockett, Gordon L ,..,..,......., as Dayley. Annablo ........,.,. 72, 201 Dunn' Melven H ""A""""""'- 51 Erickson' Helen -"--'-------------' 51 Crockett, Jeanne ................ 206 Day, Robert .........,. ............ 4 S Dunn' NaDeEm """ Q """'A"""' 8 9 E1'1CkS0'1' '1' Duffell "'---""-' 51 Crockett, Quin -.'----------.----A. 205 Dayton, Earl T mlwwhl l M-N108 DllI'fB6, DOYOUIY I 4----.-- ,---- 1 08 ETICIKSOII, lwlargaret - Durtachi Arnold A ..... 221 89 --------r---r---------------e- 72. 210. 15f Crockett, John Fred .... 72, 217 Deamer, Jack C ....,.,. ...... 4 S D t C, ,' W, It I, H ' Erickson Melvin h sq Croft' Carmen ---------------- 72' 205 DGBIOWS' Effie --------Ai- ------ 7 2 l1f..I...fI1 ,..... 1310821254: 155, 160 Erickson, Nadine ""MWI0Qg Crook' Rae ""'"""""""""""' 48 DeB1001S' Kather1ne """""" 72 Erickson: Rober1g-1:1 Crookston, Alice .,.......... 72, 218 Del-Iart, Noble ....,...,............. 53 Erickson, Roma -'--- - -6.-,, 89 Crookston, Burns DeLeMare, Harold .,.... 108, 155 Erickson, Slbyl -----.----.----.4- 108 ..l.........................100. 213, 284 DeL0l'Ig. Aileen ....................72 Eames, Ruby ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,5l, Erickson, Virginia --m---,E-,108 Crookston. Lynn B ....... 79, 232 DeLong, Palmer B ................. 48 Earl, Connie '.,--,-,, ,,,,,, l 03, glg Ernstmm, Anthon V-----.---kw ll-,5 Crosby, Ellis .......................... 88 Demetros, George D ..... 72, 202 Earl, Emerson --'.-- -----,---.-. l Og Eskelsen, Annora -,-,w' -Q-".. 8 9 Crossman, Jack E ,... ............. 4 8 Dennis, Daniel S ................. 108 Earl, Rex '...-',',"-'-'.-. .-,-...-. 2 12 Esnlln' Dorothy ------..',.4'-'-.- 89 Crowther, Gordon ...... 107, 160 Dent, George E ................... 108 Eddlngton, Blaine -,,,,,,,,,,,-- 10g Evans, Lucille l,l.-'---l--lvl--..-'- 72 Cullimore, Grant J. Deschamps, Blanche .... 88, 201 Engel, George ,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 Evans, H, Joy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, log, 210 284, 266. 270 Despain, Charles XV.....,...,.108 Edlson, Hal 217 Evans, St,,ntf0,.d Cullimore, Phyllis ..,.........,. 107 Dibble, Jane .....,....,,.,.....,,,..,, 48 Edbel-t, Reid ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6f,e,ETA Evans, Wendell ,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,, 108 Cunha' Tony -1 ------------'---------- 45 Dixon. Beth -----'--A ------- 1 05 Egbert. George ........-...-......- 89 Evans, VVoodrow ....,..... 209, 89 Cuskellm Lawrence ---1o'----'- 72 Dixon, Dwight -------- -------'--- 7 2 Eldredge, Betty A ....... 108, 201 Everton, Joseph K ......,..,,,.,. 72 Cutler, Alice May ....e... ....... 8 8 Dlxon,, Lucille ............., 218, 89 Eld,-edge, Harold ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 103 Eyre, Dean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 Cutler, Mae ....,..... ...,. 2 06 Dobson, J. LaVerd ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 89 Eldredge. lVayne'J .,........... 205 Eyre, Rama .......... 72. 206, 289 Colorado Animal For Your Appetite Delight . . . 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Quality Music Merchandise Phone 536 53 Wesi lsi Norih Gund Ear Shoe Shop and HU al Hai and Shine Parlor AMERICAN FUIJD STUHES Chief of Values FRESH MEATS - VEGETABLES Phone l3OO Logan, Uiah Facer, J. Raul ....... .... 2 84 Faddis. Vern ..... ..,.......,. 1 08 Fager. John C ....................,,. 51 Farr, Catherine .......... 72, 207 Farr, Genevieve .... , . .,,.,,.,,, 72 Farrell, Ardith ...... 108 Farrer, Phyliss ......... ...... 1 08 Fernelius, Byrne C. ,.,,,,..,.,,., 51 Ferguson, Bob ......,.,,..,,..,,,. 109 Ferrin, David A ............. 51 164 Ferrin, Ruth ...,,........,..., 51, 187 Feulner, lilarian .................. 51 Field, Dottie ........i. ,........ 8 9 Fife, Eva. May ......i ...... 5 1 Fife, Marjorie ..... ...,..., 8 9 Findlay, Lloyd ..... ,,,.,,,,, 1 09 Finlinson, Susan .............,.... 51 Fishburn, Enid ........,.., 72, 201 Fisher, Dale LeRoy .,..........,. S9 Fisher, Milton ....,.....,........... 72 Fitzgerald. Barbara 100, 169, 34 101 Fitzgerald, Sheldon Fjelsted, Mark K ........, 72, 217 Fletcher, Dean .....,...,.....,,.., 80 Fletcher, Quentin H ..... 51 202 Fletcher, Helen .............,.... 109 Fonnesbeck, L. Alan ...,...... 159 Fonnesbeck, Oda. .....,..... ..72 Forrest, Bryan E ......... 51, 208 Foster, Robert I ..,...... 109, 215 Fowler, Ben ....,..,.........,,......, 72 Fowler, Ettamarie ............ 210 Franson, Max .,.,.....,. ...... 1 09 Freeman, Dean ...... ,..... 7 2 French, Eugene .... ...... 8 9 Fridal, Fae ........... ....., 8 9 Student Index fC'ontinaed Frischknecht, Dean ..,... 66, 216 Froerer, Elaine ...,... .,,,..,, 2 01: Frugal, Boyd ......... ....,........ 8 0 Fugal, Paul ,...,.....,,..,.,,,,.,,,,,., SSI Fuhriman, Boyd .......... 100, 160 Fuhriinan, Dean K ......,....,. 51 Fuller, Carl , ...,......,... .,,,,,,, 1 09 Fuller, Glen E ........ ..,,..,. 2 17 Fuller, Jay ........,.,.,., ..,,..., 1 09 Fullmer, Clem C .,..., ..,,,.., 1 09 Funk, Gene ,...,,.,.,,,. ,,,,.,,. 1 09 Funk, Ivlax ...,...... ,,,.,,,, 2 21 Gabrielsen, Lyman ...... 109, 215 Galbraith, Dean ....,......,,.,.,, 109 Gancheff, Beulah ....,...,.,...., S51 Garbett, Cliff L ....,..,..... 51, 212 Gardner Dean .... ........... 2 21 Gardner, Ellen .... ,...... 7 2 Gardner, Eva ...... ,...,.. 'I' 2 Gardner, Helen ..... ..,.... 7 2 Gardner, Lorna ........ .,..... 7 2 Gardner, Phyllis ...... ..,.... 7 3 Gardner, R, G. ....... ....,... 2 21 Garside, Heber ..... ........ 1 00 Gates, Keith ........... ....,.. 7 3 Gatherum, James ..,... ..... 2 32 Gay, Don VV ........... ...,... 7 3 Geddes, Ezra ...... ....... 7 3 Gessel, Clyde D ...... ....... 5 1 Getz, Merle R ..,....... ........ 2 15 Granque, NVarren .... ..... 2 02 Gibson, Lee XV ....... .......... 8 9 Gibert, Jack ........ .......... 1 09 Gilden, Charles ...........,.. 73, 217 Gillman, Glade ........ ........ 1 00 Glassett, Frances .... ....... 5 1 Glassett, Wanda ...... Gleason, Herbert L Gnehm, Margaret .......89 L ....... ....109 Godfrey, Rosalyn ......,....... 1051 Godfrey, XVilliam R ........... 100 Gold, Sylvester YV .....,.. ...,... 7 3 Gold, Donna ............., ....... S 9 Gooch, Rex I .............,. ....... 5 1 Goodman, Russel Goodsell, Faye ...... Goodwin, Clarence ......,89 .......105l ........,...109 Goodwin, Elaine ...... Gordon, Vaughan Gowers, Don ...............,,......... 73 Graham, Kathleen R. ,..,,..... 73 Grandy, Grant P. .... ,,.. ...,...... 7 I 3 Greaves, lklarguerite ....... . Green, Betty Lou N89 103, 210 Green, Elmer R .......,... 272. 284 Green, Gerald F' ......,...........,., 79 Green, Lisle R .............., 51 232 Greenhalgh, Blaine .......... 109 Greenhalgh, Earl L ............, 51 Greenhalgh, Helen ............ 109 Greenhalgh, Ray ....,.. ....... 5 1 Greenwell, Eva M .,...... Greenwood, Rex B. ..73 100' . 304 Griffin, Earl H .,,... ......I 8 9 Griffin, Nolan ..... ....... 5 1 Griffin, Richard ....... 109 Griffin, Vera ...,.,.,, ....,,, 7 3 Griffiths, Daniel ...... Griffiths, Jesse Jr. Griffiths, Vlleldon .......89 .T .... ....... 89 Grismore, Dorothy L .....,... 100 Grock, Bessie M ........,I ,, ,,.,I,. 51 Gronning, Bei-nell A .,......... 109 Groutage, Ann ...,,..,,.,,.,.,,... 201 Groutage, Bill .....,,....... 109, 200 Gruwell, liielvin L ............... 51 Gubler, Clark .....,..,..,,... 270, 45 Gubler, Edmund ........ 109, 215 Gunn, Horace J. 51, 208, 190 Gunn, Richard N ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,, 1 09 Gunnell, Preston .,.....,, ,...., 3 9 Gurell. Msn-garet M ......,,.., 210 Guymon. Grant A ............... 1430 Guymon, Harold S .......,,.... 110 Guymon, Rodney Del .,....,. 209 Haderlie, Frank .... ...... 9 0 Hadfield, Fay ..... ,...,,, 1 10 Hafen, Earl Guy ....., .,.,., 7 3 Hafen, Elaine ,,...,,,,, ,..,,, 5 1 Hagiwara, George ....,....,,.., 51 Hagiwara, Buster . ..,,....,,, 110 Hale, Mary Louise ...... 110, 201 Haley, Xvanda ...................... T3 Hall, John .....,........ 73, 215, 232 Hall, Frank ,....,......,.,,,...,,,,,,,, 7:2 Hall, lvlargene ........,.......,,.,,, T3 Hall, Lfervin ....... ..,,..,, 7 R, 215 Hall, Norma .,.... ...,.....,,,., 7 :i Hall, Reid J .,......,,,.,.,.. 110, 200 Hall, Thomas M .............,....,.. 51 Halls, Keith .......,,. ...,1 2 10, T3 Halliday, Blaine ..,..,.,..,.,.,,,, 51 Hamilton, .Tay .............. 110, 232 Hamilton, Pete ......,,.,,...,,,,,, 51 Hamilton, Rae ,,..... ...,.,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Hammond, Cloina. .............. 110 Hammond, Ruth .... 51, 218, 187 Hampton, Boyd .............,.... 110 Hampton, Rex H ................. 232 Hancock, Maball ..., ...,,., 1 10 Hancey, L-uana ...... ......, 1 10 II. II. I-INDEHSIIN Uvxlhere Cache Valley Trades with Confidenceh DRY GOODS APPLIANCES FURNITURE LOGAN, UTAH Al St' ' f A J f . . . 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Hansen, Frances ...... ....... 9 0 Hanson, Frank M ........ ...,... 9 0 Hanson, Golden ..... ....... 1 60 Hansen, Grant ....... ....... 1 10 Hansen, Howard ................ 271 Hansen, Jay .................,...... 205 Hanson, Jean ............ 58, 51, 218 Hanson, June E. 53, 201, 47, 189 Hanson, Marion .................. 139 Hansen, Marjorie ................ 206 Hanson, Martin B ......... 53, 222 Hanson, Mildred .......... 110, 210 Hanson, Nedra. ...................... 73 Hanson, Courtney .............. 212 Hanson, Norma .................... 90 Hanson, Richard .......... 90, 232 Hanson, Terry L. .......... 90, 209 Hanson, Vaughn E. .............. 90 Hanson, Virginia .... ......... 5 3 Hanson, Vvendell ...... ........ 1 60 Hatfield, Joseph ................ 110 Harris, Arden J ............. 90-155 Harris, Blaine D ....... 110, 217 Harris, Bryan Layton..53, 205 Harris, Gloria 102, 206, 142 Harris, Josephine .....,........ 110 Harris, Judd Z ....................... 53 Harris, L. Everett ..... ...... 9 0 Harris, Marye L .......... ....., 5 3 Harris, Myles Owen ............ 110 Harris, Reed .............. ....... 1 10 Student 9 n 4 e x fC'vntinuedj Harris, Thelma ....... .......... 9 0 Harris, VVayne .................... 160 Harris, Richard .... 66, 110, 209 Harris, VValter .....,................ 90 Harrison, Ralph L. .... 110, 215 Harrop, Rose ............,..... 73, 218 Hartvigsen, Reed ......,......... 90 Hartvigsen, Ruby ....... . ,... .... 9 0 Harwood, Jesse .. .... . ......110 Harwood, Doris .......... ........ 9 0 Harwood, Jack O ....... ......., 5 3 Haslam, Alton L ......,. ........ 9 0 Haslam, NaDene ................ 207 Hatch, Alvin VV ..,.,.............. 110 Hatch, Betty ...........i...... 90, 206 Hatch,, Deon .......... 63, 53, 201 Hatch, Edith ................,....... 110 Hatch, George ..................,. 110 Hatch, LaMar ... ....... .53 Hatch, Lenora ...... ......... 1 10 Hatch., Mary ........ ......,....... 7 3 Hatch, Terrance ............ 110. 90 Hatch., J im .....,......... ...........110 . ....... 90 Hawkins, Rex E ........ Haws, B. Austin ....... ........ 9 0 Haws, Keith C ....... ........ 9 0 Hayes, Ray .......................... 110 Hayward, Mildred .............. 206 Hearrell, Dave C ......... 53, 232 Heaton, Norman ..... ........... 7 3 Heatt, Ray ............ ...... 1 11 Hebei, Philip ..... ............. 9 0 Hedberg, Carl ...................... 53 Hefty, Betty Lee ....,... 111, 207 Henderson, Barbara ........ ..191 Henderson, Gene ................ 110 Henderson, Louise ............ 218 Henderson, Royal B ........... 73 Hendricks, Betty J...110, 210 Hendricks, Douglas NV ....... 53 Hendricks, LaVan ............ Hendricks, Marguerite .... Hendricks, Rolena ..,..... 90, Hendry, Jean ........ .... I-Ienrie, Alder ...................... Hendry, VVilliain ................ Henry, Charles ...... 216, 73. Herbert, H. LeVaun .......... Herbert, Madonna. . .....,. .... Hermansen, Burl VV...53, ..73 ..53 218 110 ..73 202 155 205 ..73 232 I-Iermansen, Lula Beth ...,.... 73 Hess, Max .................. 111, 205 Hess, Niles ..........................., 53 Hey, Robert 1Nm .........., 73, 202 Heywood, Charles VV ........... 73 Heywood, Florence .......... 111 Hiatt, Jex Leon .......... ,...... 7 3 Hicken, Russel B ....... ....... 7 3 Hickrnan, Blaine ................ 111 Hickman, Ineda '74, 206, 187, 189 Hickman, Louis C .....,......... 111 Hickman, Shirley .............. 206 Higgensen, Clyde .......... 216, 53 Hickman, Shirley .............. 206 Hill, Karma ,................... 90, 218 Hill, Theresa .................. 53, 210 Hillam, Bruce F...53, 208, 287 Hillyard, Ferris E ............... 90 I-Iinchcliff, Dick .................. 74 Hinckley, R. Clinton ............ 53 Hiner, James ...........,....,..... 215 Hiner. Harold Lyle ....44, 169, 53, 32, 36, 37, 215 Hinton, Lawrence ..., .53 Hinze, Phillip Mayo .............. 74 Hirsch, Ernest .................... 111 Hoggan, Bert ........... ......l. 2 08 Hobbs, Erma ,.,...... ,.... ...... 1 1 1 Hobson, J. Ralph .......... 90, 160 Hodgson, Peggy ................ 206 Hodges, Evelen ..... Hofacre, Joan ...... . Hoffler, Dorothy ....... Hoffman, Grant .................. 191 111 111 111 Hogan, Gwendolyn .... 111, 210 Hoge, June .......................... 111 Hoggan, Bert ................ 53, 160 I-Ioggard, Max ....... ............ 7 4 Holbrook, Jean ..... ....,.. 1 11 Holbrook, Max B ....... ....... 1 11 Hollist, Lynn O .........,......... 202 Holland, Grant .................. 221 Holman, A. Grant. ....... 53, 208 Holmgren, Edwin J ..... 220, 74 Holt, Josephine .................. 111 Holt, Lloyd .......................... 205 Homer, Dale M .,.,,...,,... 111, 213 Homer, Karl T. ....169, 212, 36, 79, 155, 140 Hooper, John ...................... 111 Horsley, Don M ................... 208 Horton, Jack ...,.,.,.....,., 111, 202 Houseton, Cecile .........,..,.., 111 Hovey, Helen ................ 90, 210 Howard, Dick .... ...........,. 1 11 Howard, Paul .............,.. 168, 53 Howard, S. Kent .................. Howell, Dorothy ................ Howell, Richard ............ 53, Howland, Wvilliam J ..... .... 111 111 212 217 111 Hubbard, Austin ................ ..90 Hubbard, Phil ,................,. . ..90 Huber, James ............ . ........ . Hudman, Helen ............ 74, Hughes, Austin..266, 270, Hughes, Donald 0 ............. Hughes, Doris .................... Hughes, Howard ................ Hughes, Jonathan S ........... 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Hulme, Melvin John ......- ----- Hulse, Dee ...........----- ------- Hulse, Vvilma Pearl ..... . .... Humpherys, Rox, VV- 284. Hunsaker, Gwen..90, 139. Hunsaker, Leia ------------------ Hunt, Buel B -.--------- -----4 ' --- Hunt, Dan ...-,------- - ---- - Hunter, Lillian Hum-en, Roma ----v-----'------- -- Hurren, Rllla. -------------- -------- Hurst, Fee ....---------- 74, 2121 Hurst, Dorothy --------------- Hurst, H. Grant .------------ ----- Hurst, Jane ------------ -------------- Hutchinson, Charles W ....- 1-Iyer, Harold ......-.---.------ 90 Hyer, Norwood J ...........,... Hyer, Ruth ...................--- 90 Hyer, NVELHGR ---.--- -----------' I-Iymas, Gwen ..... ----4---- Imhof, Fred ---------------- 275'- Ireland, David ............ 111, Irving, Ollma. W .--.----- -------- Israelsen, Melvin ..... A -------- lverson, Dwayne J --------f---- Iverson, Evan A .....------------ Ivory, Lois .......----------- -------- Izatt, Edwin S ....... 56, 266. Jackson, Glen R ------- ------ Jackson, Maureen .... . Jackson, Dick ....- -- 209 111 111 ..53 286 180 111 232 191 111 111 111 286 ..74 160 111 ..74 217 ..53 189 111 ..90 232 160 ..91 111 ..91 .,91 ..91 270 ..74 -74 202 Student Index fC'vntim1edj Jacobsen, Boyd .................. 112 Jacobsen, Eldon..53. 208, 163 Jacobson, Monard R ............. 91 Jacques, Spencer VV ..... 74, 215 Jaggi, VValter G ................ ..... 5 3 James, Deon ........ ....... 7 4 James. Harold .... ......... 5 3 James, LaRue ....... ............ 9 1 James, Wayne VV ......... 91, 155 Jarvis. Marjorie ............ 53, 201 Jaynes, Homer W. Jr ......... 91 Jenkins, George .................. 91 Jenkins, Lars .............. 112, 155 Jenkins, Lynn ................ 91, 212 Jenkins, Maxine .......... 112, 218 Jenkins. Jaul ........ 53, 222, 232 Jennings, Jeanne 210, 139, 189 Jenson, A. Calvin ........ 112, 215 Jensen, Charles W ............. 165 Jensen, Don Y ......,........ 74, 217 Jensen, Donald ..... ............ 9 1 Jenson, Donna .............,...... 112 Jensen, Dorothy L ..... 201, 140 Jensen, Florence ................ 91 Jensen, J. Golden .... ....... 1 12 Jensen, Katherine .............. 91 Jensen, Maurine ............ 53, 201 Jensen, Max ........................ 112 Jensen, lvielba .............. 201, 189 Jensen, Phoebe .................... 74 Jensen, R. Dean .................... 91 Jensen, Ruth Marie ............ 112 Jensen, Virginia ......... ....... 5 3 Jeppesen, Robert ,............... 74 Jessen, Frank Z ................... 160 Johannesen, Mark ...... 112, 232 Johansen, Joseph ................ 91 Johnson, Alta ...................... 112 Johnson, Ace .....-..---------. 91. 74 Johnson, Dean F ....... 112, 155 Johnson. Don A ....... ............ 9 1 Johnson, Edna ...................... 53 Johnson, Fay .....,.,,,,,.... 220 53 Johnson, Frances ......,,,,.,,, 210 Johnson, Fred L ................,.... 53 Johnson, Genevieve .... 74, 218 Johnson, Jo Beth..74, 139 189 Johnson, Louis E ......... 220, 74 Johnson, liflax ........ ........, 1 12 Johnson, Max ..... .........,.... 7 4 Johnson, lyfyrtle ,,....,...,. 54, 189 Johnson, Norma .............,....., 91 Johnson, Roma .............. 74, 155 Johnson, Ronald C ............. 222 Johnson, Ruth .................,..,. 91 Johnson. Sylvan ................ 112 Johnson, Tedd ..,...,.,,.... 112, 222 Johnson, Venil P ................. 112 Johnson, Vera H ........ ....,. 9 1 Johnson, Dorian .... 205 Jolley. Nvilliam ....,. ......... 1 12 Jones, Donald ...................... 74 Jones, Elmer ................ 112, 221 Jones, Katherine ................ 74 Jones, Milton R ....... ............ 5 4 Jones, Ray L ................. 74, 160 Jones, Reta ......... ........ 9 1, 155 Jones, Thomas .................,., 112 Jordan, G. Reed .................. 112 Jordan, Robert G ......,........ 112 Jorgensen, Dorothy ............ 91 Jorgensen, Lloyd ...... ....... 1 12 Judd, Reid ............... ..,...... 9 1 Judd, Ruth ............. .....,. 1 12 Julian, Joseph ..... ....... 1 12 Kasler, Charles ........ ...,..... 5 4 Kearl, Bryant E. 138, 169, 54, 205, 36 Kearl, DelMar ............., 205 191 Kearl, Spencer .....,......,,,,,,,. 205 Keetch, Darrell Q ............. 202 Keeteh, Morley B .,,...,,..,..., 112 Iieller, Cleas .....,....,,,.,,,,,,,,,. 91 Keller, Marian .....,...... 112, 210 Kelly, Robert H ...........,..... 112 Kelly. Ross A .......,........,.,.... 191 Kelsey. Merrill ..........,. 112, 160 Kemp, Elna, .........,.,.,,....,,,,,,, 91 Kendreick, Eileen ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 155 Kendrick, Norma ........ 112. 155 Kenney, Mont 54, 208, 221, 177 Kent, Sidney .T .............,......... 54 Ker, Dick .....,....,..,,.......,.,....,.. 91 Kerwin. Hfilllam ..... Kelsey, Jack .......,., .......74 232 ...........160 Kidman, Carlos ...,,.... ......., 7 fl Killian, Clinton H ...... ........ 9 1 Killough, John R ....,.......,.. 232 Killpack, Roy ..,............,.... 112 Killpack, Ruby .............. 74, 189 Kimball, Raymond 173, 176, 169, 54, 208, 33, 158, 159,191 Kimura, Harry .................... 112 King, James E. ............ 54, 232 King, Ted R ..,...,..................., 54 Kingsford, Charles O ....... 112 Kinsey, Alvin D ............... .... 5 4 Kitchen, Arlo Asay .............. 91 Kitchen, Norval .................... 91 Klassen, Vvilliam Carl ..... 1.74 Klingler, Genevieve .... ,, .... 74 Klippert, Myrl Wm .... . ........ 91 Kloepfer, Marjorie .... 113, 189 Knaphus, Loyd Martin. ..... 160 Knight, Jim Lorin .....,.,.,.. 113 Knight, YVal1ar:e LI. .....,...... 215 Kofoed, VVeldon ..... ....... . 54 SUBSTANTUUQ THRUUCH THE ACE5.H Deep-rooted in the rocks ot Logan Canyon, ttle JUNIPER TREE stancts . . . a tasting monument to our tmeautltut valley . . . an emblem of security throughout its 5200 years. 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Lamb, Grant R -----A--- ---- 5 4- Laxnbert, Reed 111 ------- - ------ - Laniborn, Paul --,---f ----------- A - Lamborn, Ruel E- ----------- Land, Ora .....,------ -,-------' 1 13' Lange, Charles ...-4- A -----'- ---- Langford, Ruth ...,........ 9 2, Larsen, Barbara . ------, -------- Mallory, Larson, Clifton Blain ........ 215 160 199 221 ..74 ..54 ..54 218 ..92 218 ..54 ..54 113 Larsen, Eminogene .......... Larson, Ernest ----'----- "----- 9 3 Larson, Frank ....----- -------- 1 13 Larsen, Deven ---------------- ---- 1 13 L21?.iTTf..i?1x1?Z?,2-54, 155, 160 Larson, Lyn ......--.,------- -113, 209 Larsen, Lloyd D ....--A-------------- 92 Larsen, Marian .,............ 74, 221 Larsen, Reed ...,..... ....---- 2 15 Larsen, Wvillard .....---,, 113 Lassen, Robert YV ......... 54, 232 Later, NVendell ....... .......... 7 4 Latimer, David ..... 232 Student Index ffvntinaedj Lattin, Dick ., ,.... ................,,. 7 5 Lawrence, Daniel F. ............ 54 Lawrence, Reid S ......,.. ..,... 5 4 Lear, Bert ....... , ........ .1154 Leatham. Irene .. ....... . Leatham, Robert P ...,.... Leatham, NVilliam D ...,.. ..T5 H54 113 Lee, Imogene .....,..,......... 92, 206 Lee, Kenneth ..... .......,,.,, . .92 Lee, Robert ...........,........... 113 Leigh, Carmen ..,...,. 52, 54, 206 Leighman, LeeVern B .... 154 Leishman, Theron R ...... 113 Leithead, VVillis .......,......, 113 Lermer, Ludwig' ....,....... 92, 232 Leston, Chris ....... .....,... 1 13 Lewis, Aileen .,....... 113 Lewis, Dale .....,.................. 279 Lewis, Helen A. 169, 54, 33, 36, 143 Lewis, Howard .............. 75, 155 Lewis, James XV ................... 92 Lindford, Ted .....,.....,..,. 92, 209 Lindsay, Allen Roy .............. 92 Lindsay, Harold ..............,.,. 113 Lindsay, Ruth..92, 83, 82, 206 Linnell, Gloria ...................,.. 92 Lipman, Nathan ......,,.... 54 232 Liston, Russel ..... .....,,....... 7 5 Little, John K ......,. ,..,...., 1 13 Little, Lorna .........,.,......... 113 Litz, Leon Edward ...... 113 160 Litz, Morris Spackman ...... 113 Lloyd, VVendell Myex-s.,, 113 Lockhart, Eldon .......... 113 215 Lofthouse, Edwin ...... 222, 199 Logan, Stanley H ......... 54 212 Long, A. Keith ..... .... , . N02 Loosle, Doreen ..... ..,... 9 2 Loosle, LaVon ...... ...... 9 2 Loosle, Stratford .......... 75, 160 Lott, Demont XV ...........,.. 113 Loveless, Gail C .........,,.. 75 217 Low, Carol ................,...... 113 Lowe, VVillia.m A. ....l..... 54, 222 Lowe, Mary ............................ 45 Lucas, Glenna .............. 113, 210 Luke, H. Alan ..... ................ 5 4 Lund, Kenneth ....... .... 2 05, 70 Lund, Marie ............,..,....,..... 75 Lundahl, Alma J ................, 205 Lundberg, Chester VV ......,... 54 Lundberg, Clair Howell ...... 92 Lundberg, Jack .................... 75 Lundstrom, Clara ,......,...... 113 Lundstrom, Helen 201, 187, 180 Lyman, Lillian .........,.......... 75 Lyman, Naomi ...... 113 Mabey, Kathleen ..... , .... 56, Mace, Vvayne C ....., ,. ..... . lvlackay. Alvin .....,........... Mackay, LHBIBI' .... 75, 209 Madsen, A. Nadine ...... 140, Madsen, Keith ..........,...... Madsen, Rea ...........,. ....,. Madsen, Vvelby ....... ..,..... Maeser. Sherwin M. 213, 284 LaRee .,,...... . ..... Malmgren, A. Dwight Mangelson, CoDeal ,...... Manglen, Ellen ..,............ Mangum, Claud D. ........ . Manning, Melvin L. 21 2, 284 Manwaring, Leo Ray ,,..... . 206 N02 114 277 206 209 H92 ..75 177 114 ,.75 ..75 11-I ..92 257 ..'T5 Manwaring, Perry .... 114 160 Markusen, Lowell Hans. 114 Marler, Maurice E. 154, 155 1NIarsha.ll, Bert G. .... 114, 155 Marshall, Geraldine ............ 92 lrlartin, James L. ......,. 114, 271 Martin, Robert ............ 114 205 Martin, Thomas ................,. 221 Mason, Paul ............,...,.,..... 114 Mathews, VVilliam L...75 232 Mathews, Dasil .................... 75 Mathie, Ferrie ....,........... 92, 160 Matkin, Oriel .....,................,. 75 Matthew, Camille .............. 114 Mattson, Gladys Ruth ........ 114 Maughan, Dale B ......,......., 140 Maughan, Douglas B .......,. 140 Maughan, Flora .,....,........... 92 Maughan, Franklin D .......,. 92 Maughan, Glen L. 279, 282, 266 Maughan, James ...... ....,..... 2 15 Maughan, Murray ,............. 259 Maughan, Ralph B. ...,,....... 221 lliaughan, Ralph C ..........,,. 140 Maughan, Seth P. 205. 277, 260 Maughan, Vifillard K ...... N75 Maurer, Ruth ...................... 114 Maw, Edward Clinton ........ 232 May, Genevieve ................ 114 Mayne, Jack E ....,........ ..... 2 G6 McAllister, Delmont .......... 113 LIcBride, McBride, McBride, McBride, lN1cCann, Claude . ...,...... .. Conrad L .......... Dick . ,..,, ...... ..... Theda ......... . , .... Jenna Lou .......... McConnell, Charles B ......... McDonald, Afton ...... ..... .....75 ...113 160 ..92 114 226 ..54 SWQEET'S ScIIt Lgke BARS cmd SPECIALTIES on Scde gt The Book Store Quality and Value ,gr-SHED ' 'WED ' SUT' EASY T0 FIRE For Furnace, Stove, Stoker I-IELLO, STUDENTS! U Iust one big get together cheer for . UTAH - IDI-XI-IU SEI-IUUL UTAH KING COAL IS PRODUCED ONLY BY Wh "A Friendly Institution" O nelispislisnlieifqiifbia-Ili? always 155 South Stcxte Sglt Lake City Kogan Zaundry if bflf C'leanerA l3 Passenger Trains end Busses 335513531 ln and Out' of Logan Daily A ll, Providing Fast and Frequent Service TRAVEL VIA "U.I.C." AND SAVE New High Boll L.C.L. Freight Service from Scxlt Lgke City ond Ogden to Brigham, Wellsville, Hyrum, Logon, Smithfield cmd Preston cmd interrnedigte points This new service provides delivery of shipments cit destination the some dgy they gre shipped from Sglt Lake City or Ogden. "The Coal Without a Peern Produced and Distributed by PEEHLESS S LES The Utah-Idahn Central lilailrnad llnrpnraiinn HUM HN 113 McDonald, Ara .................... Mc-Donald, George ...... 199, lNIcFarland, Fawn McFarland, Jay A ....... McFarland, Rae ............. 215 -75 ..54 114 lK'IcGarry. Leon Jones .......... 92 1X'IcGregor, Allen VV ..... 54 217 1N'IcKeachnie, Venice ....... 114 McMillan, Lavar C ........ ..92 McMurdie, Reid ...... ,.... 2 15 McNiel, Viforth .............,... 114 McQuarrie, Carrie ........ 92, 218 McQueen, lrel ...........,....... 113 Meacham, J. Russell .... 56 163 Mecham, NVillard ............. ..92 Mehr, Bliss L ........... .... 5 6, 208 Mehr, Myr Louise ................ 207 Meldrum, Clarence R. 221, 232 Mfellor, Jesse ........................ 75 Memmott, Bryce XV .....,.. ..92 Niemmott, Evan ............... 114 Memmott, Nord K ............ 114 Memmont, Van VV ............ 114 Mendenhall, Don M .....,,.,. 114 Mendenhall, G. Vifilliam. ..56 Mendenhall, Merlynne 114 Merrill, Betty Jane .... 114 201 Merrill, Beth B .................. H56 lVlerrill D. Gordon ........ 92 205 lilerrill, Edward .................. 92 Merrill, Gwen .............. 114 201 lvlerrill, H: W. ..................,..... 45 1NIerrill, Samuel VV ...,. 216, 250 Merrill, VVanda C ................. 206 Meyers, Russell ..... ....,-.- 1 14 Meyer, Verna .....................- 114 Michaelsen, Helen ........ 92 155 Mickelson, Cora Lee .......----- 34 Mickelson, Dorian ...... 114 218 Miles, Ned ..............,............. 209 Student Index ffvntinaed Miller, Alice ....... ....,. 1 14, 201 liiiller, Betty ., .,...,,..,,,,. 56 Miller, Dale .......... ....... 7 5, 277 liiiller, Lael ,...................,....... 92 liiiller, WVendell ...,..............,. 92 lfIi1ler, VVm. Spencer ............ 92 Milligan, Donna ...,............ 114 llilligan, Horace ....... ........ 9 3 Nlinson, Grace ....,............... 114 Mitchell, Albert ............ 56, 232 lklitchell, Dean ...... ............ 1 14 lilitchell, Donald .... ........ 9 3 Mitchell, Esther ..... .114 Mitchie, Trevor .... .93 Mockli, Clyde ............. ...... 1 14 Mohlman, Farrell ...,. ..... 7 5 Mohlman, Frank ....... ..... 7 5 lvlohlman, Orson D ............. 114 Mollerup, Alton .....,............ 209 liionroe, James V ......... 75, 232 Monroe, LaMar .............. 93, 217 Monson, Bertha ............ 75, 187 liionson, Saniuel C ............. 160 lviontrose, Paul R ...... ...... Montrose, Francis Moore, Clyde B ...... Moore, Davell ..... Moore, E. Luella .... Moore, John ., ....... 209 114 209 ....,.93 H56 lvloore, Jack .............. ...... 2 16 Moore, Robert F ...............-- 115 Morgan, Mary ...........,...... 93, 34 Morgan, Roland ................ 115 Morgan, Morris .......... 208, 191 Morgan, Murray .......... 115, 232 Morrell, Horace .....-...--.-.---v 75 lvlorrell, lN'Iaude G .............---. 93 Morris, Howard ............ 56, 205 Morris, Merle E .......1.------------ 75 Morris, Myrna ..... ....... 2 06 Morris, Yvonne .................. 115 Morrison, Reed .......... 115, 160 lilortensen, Lee H ............... 115 Moser, lNIerlin . ........ , ........ 115 Moss, Gordon .....,,. ........... 1 15 lioss, Jane ...................... 93 206 Moss, Ray VV ....................... 115 Zvlumford, VVarren ............ 115 lvlunk, Jerald O ................... 221 Munk, Maridean .....,...... 75, 206 Munns, Orlin ......-...-.----..-.-. 155 Murdock, Doris Anne ........ 115 Murdock, Robert E ..... 216, 56 Murdock, Velda ..... ........-. 1 15 lvlurphy, Bonnie .,... ........ 7 5 Murphy, Evelyn ..... . ......... 75 Murray, Hugh ...............--.--.. 93 Murray, Vvilliam .......... 56 232 Murray, NV. Guy.93, 209 287 Muse, James ................ 202, 160 Myers, Jay N. ,............. ..93 lklyers, Earl ...... ........... 1 15 lNIyers, Reva .... ........ 9 3 Naisbitt, Norma. ..... ......... 2 01 Nalder, Thora ...... ...--.......- 9 3 Napper, Delbert ............ 56, 142 Nash, Lola lilarie ................ 115 Needham, Nephi L ............. 115 Neeley, Jalnes H ........ ........ 9 3 ..75 ..56 ..75 115 210 115 ..93 205 Neilson, Alfred J ...... ...... Neilsen, Ollie Jean .............. Neilson, Lee ........................ Neiswender, Van .-Xl'lll8.Il.. Nelson, Barbara ................ Nelson, Bette Lou ....... ...... Nelson, Connie ......... ...... Nelson, Dale ........ Nelson, David ................ 93 217 Nelson, Elaine .... 201, 187, 189 Nelson, Ethel ........................ 93 Nelson, Glen T ..................... 79 Nelson, Harvard G ....... ......, 5 6 Nelson, Helen ...................... 93 Nelson, James D ................. 213 Nelson, Joy .................. 115, 142 Nelson, klllo ..... ............... 9 3 Nelson, Nona ...... ............. 9 3 Nelson, Noris ....,.............. , ,.., 75 Nelson, Clinton 85, 205, 33, 284, S4 Nelson, Rhonda .................... 56 Nelson, Ruth Ann .............. 115 Nelson, Shirley Ann 218, 34, 35 Nelson, Vvilford O ............... 93 Nemanic, Joseph J ....... 76 232 Neville, Ruth Etta ..........,..... 56 Newby, A. J ............................. 76 Newman, Bertram H ......... 232 Nielsen, Glenn C ................... 93 Nielson, Grant E ........... 56, 155 Nielsen, Horten J. ................ 93 Nielsen, Howard C ....... 205, 79 Nielsen, Margaret C ............. 76 Nielsen, Martha ...........,...... 93 Nielsen, Phill ....,...........,,...... 93 Nielson, Rex ...,............ 115. 155 Nielson, Richard ................ 115 Nielsen, Robert .................. 115 Nielson, Rosemarie ............ 56 Nielsen, Thayle .................. 205 Nielson, Vifesley .................. 115 Nielson, NVoodrow ........ 56, 221 Nixon, Bruce .....,.................. 115 Nord, Forrest A...93, 209 287 Norr, Doramae .................... 115 Nyland, Lawrence ............ 115 Nyman, Edith ....... ....... 9 3 314 l Keauty abounds in The landscapes of naTure . . . in The rugged peaks oT The incomparable Rockies: in The unmaTched sunseTs oT a wesTern deserTg in The glisTening depThs OT a glacial mounTain lake: or in The en- chanTing glory oT a painTed graniTe spire or a sandsTone cliTT on a high wesTern plaTeau . . . now crimson, now lavendar, as iT reTlecTs The changing rays of The seTTing wesTern sun, yes, BeauTy is where you Tind iT, or Tashion iT . . . 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Price, Josephine ....,........... Price, Elizabeth..50, 206, Priday, Sidney ....,,...,,... 77, Pringle, Hyrum ...........,.... Proctor, Kenneth ,,,,, ,,,, Pugh, Robert .......... .... Pugmire, Gwen .......,. ...... Pugrnire, Oral R ..,..... .... Pugsley, Eloise R .,............. Pugsley, Rex R. 202, 199, Pugsley, Richard L .,......,.. Pulver, Xifilliam ..,....... 209 Putnik, John 266, 268, Quayle, Douglas ................ Quinn, Shirley E ......, 117 155 ..94 Quinney, M'arg:aret .... Ralph, Sidney ....,. ..... 5 Sl Ralphs, Lloyd ........ ........ 7 7 Ralphs, Lila May ................ 117 Ralphs, Ray C ....................... 94 Ramelli, Lloyd ............,. 59 232 Randall, Alice .................... 200 Randall, Virginia ........., 59, 210 Rasmussen, Barbara A ......, 94 Rasmusen, Eleanor ............ 77 Rasmussen, L. Jane ..,... 94. 200 Rasmussen, Katie LaRee..117 Rasmussen, Milton ............., 77 Rasmussen, Paul .,...... 59, 222 Rasmussen, NVarren NV ...,.,. 94 Rath, Stanley S ................ . .... 77 Student Index ffontinuedj Ray, Jessie .................... 94, 201 Reader, Jack Nelson ....... U94 Reading, Roland G. 169, 205, 266 Redd, Dale P ........................... 59 Redd. Imogene ............,, 59 210 Redd, Norma ............ .,.....,.. 5 9 Redfield, Dorothy ........ 117 Reed, J. Clare ......... .......... 7 7 Reeder, Nina ...... ..,.....,,... 1 17 Rees, Anna Lou ......,.,... 77 206 Rees, Billy ....... . .,,,... 117 Rees, Grant ..... ....... 7 7 Reese, Keith ........... ......,... 9 4 Reese, Kenneth .,,.,...,.......,... 94 Rees, Merrill Cox ........ 94 222 Reese, Cecil E ....................... 94 Reese, Loila Gayle .............. 117 Reeve, Marylene ..... ........ 1 17 Reeve, Robert J ,... .. ........ 209 Reeves, Darrell ..... ....,.. 9 4 Reid, Bill ....,......... ..... 2 57 Rennie, Melvin ..... ,...... 9 4 Rex, Kathleen .......... ....... 9 4 Reynolds, Dave R ..... ..59 Rhoades, Vvinslow 117 Rice, Edward ......... H94 Rice, Virginia ...... ..77 Rich, Alberta ...... . .,........ 117 Rich, Joyce ..............,... 59, 206 Rich, Morris S ...........,,........ 117 Rich, NVilford IC ............,,...., 77 Richards, Clyde Rich ..........., 94 Richards Grant S ................. 77 Richards, H. Smith ..........,. 59 Richards Jack ............ 117, 155 Richards, Marion Rich ...... 117 Richards, lklyron lil ............... 94 Richards, Nina .................... 59 Richards, Ralph C ....... 83, 209 Richards, Ruby B .....,. .......... 7 7 Rickenbach, Rodney G ...... Richmond, Ruth Marie ..... .221 .117 Riding, Arthur J ...........,..... 117 Riding, Reed ....................,.., 117 Rigby Beryl ...,........ 77, 210, 34 Rigby Charles ...................... 95 Rigby Dale lil ...... ...,,. .,.... 7 7 Rigby, Dean C ........ ......... 7 7 Rigby, Don .....,.......... ....... 2 20 Rigby, Vlfilliaxn F ....,......,..... 95 Roberts, Bert B ..................... 59 Roberts, Carol .............. 95, 218 Roberts, David B ....... ...,... 1 17 Roberts, Eldon ..... ....... 1 17 Roberts, Geneal ...,...... ..95 Roberts, Leah ....... ....., S l5 155 Roberts, Tom ........................ 77 Robbins, Dale .......... . ........... 117 Robbins, Thomas R .........,... 59 Robbins, Edward ................ 117 Robins, Fred ............ ...,... 1 17 Robinson, Clay ........... ,..... 7 7 Robinson, Dorothy ..... ...... 9 5 Robinson, George ........,..... 117 Robinson, J. Lewis ..,....,.... 77 Robinson, Jesse S. ....... ...... 9 5 Robinson, Ruth ........ .,..... 1 17 Robinson, Vada NV ............. 117 Robinson, Veda ........ ....... 1 17 Robison, Fern E ....... ....... 1 17 Rodebeck, Lorenzo ............ 117 Roe, Bryce Evans ..............., 95 Rogers, Dean J ..... 77, 266, 270 Rogerson, Eva. ..... ............... 5 fl Roghaar, Harold ...... ......... 7 7 Roghaar, Roy ........ ...... 9 5 Roholt, Lucille ..... ....... 1 17 Roker, Jay ............................ 77 Rollins, Josephine ...,.. 117, 155 Rollins, Afton .......... ......... 1 55 Rollins, Ralph L ..,......., 59, 222 Romney, Genevieve ............ 50 Romney, Richard H. 69, 138, 212 Rose, XVillard C .,,...............,.. 77 Rosenbaum, Gaylon L ......, 205 Rosenburg, Ephraim ........,. 77 Roundy, True .....,.................. 95 Rouse, Burt Frank .,,... 77, 232 Rowe, Bryle ..............,......... 139 Rowe, Jean ....... .... ,.,...... 7 7 , 201 Roylance, Lucille .,..,..,,..,,, 206 Rozynek, Wvilliam S ............. 77 Rudolph, Victor J ,.,..,,,,,,,, 232 Ryan, Virginia .........,.... 95, 155 Ryan, Dick..50, 286, 177, 190 Ryan, Anne .............. ...,.,..,, 2 Oli Sadleir, Lewis ........ ........, 9 5 Sampson, Harold .... ........, 1 18 Sandberg, Elaine .......... 50, 210 Sanders, Beth ................ 77, 201 Sanders, Ernie J .....,.....,.....,. 59 Sanders, Glenn A...il5, 222, 160 Sanford Ruth .....,.....,.......... 77 Sargent, Lois E .....,......,......,, 77 Savage, Bert ..............,....... 118 Scartazina, Edward L ......... 77 Scheicher, Ervin VV .....,......... 59 Scholes, Beatrice ................ 113 Schmutz, Ervin M ................. 45 Schmutz, Howard ........ 77, 284 Schrnutz, Pauline ....,........... 79 Schoenfeld, F. James, ....... Schvaneveldt, John A. ...... .. Schwartz, Melvin L. .,....,. ,. Scott, Rae .............. 69, 169. ..li1 118 ..59 210 ..77 191 Scott, Roy ........................ Scott, Vkfoodrow .... 59, 221, Scriven, Opal June Seamans, Annalene Skidmore, Henry J. ........,.....5tJ Seamons, Evelyn 1'. ..........., 118 Secrist, Carroll R ...,. .......,.... 7 'I Seely, Preston .............. 118, 209 Semmons, Vivian ........... ..,.... 7 8 Sealey, Milton ..............,..... 118 Seyboldt, Delbert, ,,,.,. A... ,,,,. 1 1 ag Shaffer, Frederick O. 103, 213 Sharp, David Barrett ........ 118 Sharp, lxiervin ....,..,,,...,,,,.,, 155 Sharp, Paul .,.. ,..,, ,..,..,,.,, ,,., 1 1 8 Shaw, Betty Ann. ....... 118, 207 Shaw, Jack ...........,....., 205, 221 Shaw, Lloyd 112. ............ 78, 272 Shaw, Robert .Joyce ............ :rs Shaw, Xvilliam .............. 59, 205 Shelley, Carl T ....... .............. if :5 Shepherd, Jerold ........ 152, 160 Shepard, Newell .................. :ui Shepherd, Lucille ........ 118, 218 Shiozawa, Sam .................,..,. G1 Shipley, uyle ........ 59,2 15,1 60 Shipley, Ruth ..................,.,, 95 Shotwell, Norman.. .... 118, 210 Shotwell, Sue .......,....,.,.....,... 61 Shumway, Grant .......... 95, Eli Shumway, Sybil .... , ........... ,.,.78 Shupe, Saville ......,......,,,...... 61 Siddoway, Elaine, ....... 118, 201 118 Silcock, Burton VVm ........... Slater, Florence ................., 205 ' ' 61 SllTl!l'l0l'ldS, Allce ...,,.....,,, ,,,,,,, Simmons, Elbert .... 61, 221, 160 Simmons, Vivian ...........,.... 78 Sim er Donald ..95 118 D . .------ A ---.-..-.- Simpson, Albert Lewis ...... Simpson, Edward B ........... 118 Simpson, Harold NV. 138, 61, 201, 266, 268 Simpson, Margaret A ......... 206 Sims, Grace ..........,......,,...., M095 Singleton, lla ............,. .,...... 7 8 Singleton, Venna E. ' D ............,, . ........,,... 118, 201, zssu SJoberg, Narwin La ...... Y .,...... 78 202, 232 Skidmore, Wallace E ........... 61 61 Skinner, Ernest ,...,.......... Slack, Florence .,,..,. .......,... 1 18 Slater, Lawrence ..........,..,,,.. 61 Smeding, Vvilford .......... 78, 217 Smith, Alan Dale ....,,.......... 1.18 Smith, Annabelle . .,.,....,..,... 201 Smith. B. C ..,..... ..... . .,,.... 6 1, 232 Smith, Corinne .........,. .118, 218 Smith. Donna. ..,................ ..,118 Smith, Gwendolyn ,,,,,,,,,.,, 218 Smith. Julia .............. ......... SJ 5 Smith, Mary G ....,,.. ..,,... 1 18 Smith, Mary L ........ ....... 2 06 Smith, Maxine .................... 118 Smith, Nlildred E, .,.....,..,....,.. 95 Smith, Ralph .................. 95, 205 Smith, Rulon ......... ...,.. 6 1, 221 Smith, Ruth . ...., .......... .....,, 1 i 1 Smith, Shirley ....... . ...... 118, 201 Smith, Theron ...,.,.,.......,.,.. 118 Smith, Travios ...........,........ 221 Smith, VVa,yne L...118, 103, 209 Smith. WVilla ........................ 201 Smith, VVilliam ..,..,,..,...,.... 209 Sneddon, Jack ........,..., ..,.,. 9 5 Snow, Margaret ...,..,...,.,,.. 206 Somerville, Richard D, ...,.... 95 Somsen, Frank ......... . .......... 95 Sonne, Alma Jr ............ 212, 155 Sorensen, Ariel .....,.,..........,, 95 Sorensen, Beth ...............,.... 115 Sorensen. Edgar Lovell ...... 61 Sorensen Ivan D ............. , ,.,.. 95 Sorenson, James .,...,.......... 118 Sorenson, Keith .... 78, 209, 1951 Sorensen, John. ..,.,........ 95, 212 Sorenson, Kathryn .............. 95 Sorensen Lalfreal ............ 119 Sorensen Lola .......... . ,...,,.. 78 Sorensen Marie ........ .,,..., 1 19 Sorensen Rulon .... , ,....,....,., 61 Sorenson Xvnllace .....,...... 119 South, A1-thell .. ........ ....... 1 19 South, Marvin ....,.......... .,..... 9 5 Sowards, Shirley ..........,..... 119 Spackman, Clare . ,...... ..,....... 2 I5 Speakman, D. Vaughan Speed, VVm. Edward .....,.... Q5 Iib Spencer, David VVm ........... Spencer, Emma .........,. ...... 7 8 Spencer, Joy .............. .......,. T 8 Spendlove, John .................. 119 Sperry, George Wm ........... 119 Stahle, Elmer . ................,.... 119 Stalder, Marie .....,.............. 119 Stander. Marie ............ ,.,....... 7 8 Stanford, Katherine E ......... 96 Stanley, Daryl H. ............. M96 Stanley, J. La,Ma,r .....,...,.,,, 119 Stapley, lvlildred .......... 119, 201 Staten, Jay..119, 102. 205, 284 Steed. Harold C ............. 208, 'H 1111! Steed, Dale R. ...........,.......... Steed, Vvayne S. 212, 282, 283, 259 .Jil Stenburg, Robert L ...,....... Stenquist, Donald ................ '78 itephens. Ellwood ..........,. Stephens, Kenneth ........ 78. 2 ..61 191 Student index ffontinuedj Ste hens, Margery ............ D Stephenson, Homer ..78 ......58. 168, 61. 167, 141, 191 Stevens, Bill, ........... A ....,,,,,. 202 , Stevens, Gertrude ...,.,.....,.,,. 61 Stevens, Richard ...........,..,. 1151 Stevens. NVa.rd Earl, ..... 61, 2.52 Stewart, Athene ............. , .,.. '45 Steward. Boyd H ............ . .... 212 Stewart, David A ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 nu Stewart, Edna D. 169, 61, 201, 34 Stewart, Helen ...... 96, 84, 201 Stewart, June ..,.,,.,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, 96 Stewart, Seth Layton ........., 61 Stock, Beth .......,..............,..... 96 Stockdale, Xvilliam R. 61. 278 Stoddard, Don ...........,,,., .,,,119 Stoddard, Phyllis, ......... 96, 210 Stoddard, Vkfilliam ...,.. 119, 160 Stoker, Russell .......,.,.,..,..,.... 96 Stokes, Jean . ..,.,....,,. A ...,..,,, ATS Stokes, Owen ....,..,..,, , ,..,,,,,, :Ni Stolpe, Virginia lda .......... 61 Stone, Betty Jeane ...... 78. I5 5 Stone, J. Howard ..,. ,, ..,., , ...... 61 Stone, Carl ..............,,..,......, 275 Stowell, Laurel ......,.,,,....,,,,, 96 Stratford Lola ,..... ...,..,,,, 7 8 79 Stringhaxn Pearl E. ......... illfl Summers, Edward ...... 119, 191 Summers, Thelma ,...,,,.,,,,.,,, 61 Sutherland, Qlyde, ,...,.........,,, 911 Swanson, Wallace ,........ Sweeney, Swenson, Grace M ...,..... 90, Swenson, Swenson, Paul ............,. 119, 110 Emily Joyce...'::..9b 167 155 Ruth Verla ........ 119 Sylvester, Craig ......,....,....,, 119 Taggart, Paul L .... ..... 1 19, 221 Tanner, Howard . ........,. , .,.. 119 Tanner, Marjorie..96, 154, 155 Tarbet, Lyman VV. 213,, 160 Tasso, James Jr ......... ,........... 9 6 Taylor, Brian . ..................,.... 78 Taylor, Donald , ..... . ...... 191 Taylor, Gail R ..........,. ..... 6 1 Taylor, Geraldine ..... ........ 7 8 Taylor, Helen ........ ...... 1 19 Taylor, Jack ............... ...... 1 19 Taylor, Jay .............. , ...,.,,,...,, 78 Taylor, Karl Orsen ......,.,.., 215 Taylor, Ivan .............., ..... 7 8 Taylor, Howard . ..... ........ 6 1 Taylor, Phill R ............,..,... 119 Taylor, Thomas .................... 78 Taylor, Trude ................ ., .... 284 Taylor, Roger .............. 119, 215 Taylor, Sterling A ....... 61, 164 Taylor, Vernon .................. 119 Terry, Glen Christiansen..119 Tebbs, Lois ........ ........,..,,..,,. 1 19 Terry, Lora ., .,...................... 218 Teppsen, Rex ................ ,.,.,, 1 19 Teuscher, Homer Ja.mes....119 Thackeray, Douglas ..,.... 119 Thatcher, Ray A .......,. 78. Thatcher, VVil1ia.m ............ Therning, Rea Carma ........ 160 U96 119 Theurer, Anna Ma1'ie..120, 142 Theurer, Beryl ...... 61, 187, 189 Theurer, H. A. Jr .... ...... , .... 2 12 Theurer, Verna .... 96, 282, 142 Thomas, Beatrice S ............, 61 Thomas, Beth Ileen ............ 120 Thomas, Bill C ....... ...., ..... , 2 22 Thomas, Dan .....,..,.. ,,,,,, 2 21 Thomas, Frank ...,.,. ,,..., 1 20 Thomas, Quenton ................ 78 Thomas, Lillian ............. , ..., 120 Thomas, Paul ........ 96, 209, 160 Thomas, Ross .,.,...,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 78 Thomas, Shelba. ...............,.... 96 Thomas, Xvilliam H. 78, 60, 61, 33, 47 Thompson, Bonnie Bee 207 Thompson, Dell Louis .......... 96 Thompson, Clark .......... 78, 209 Thompson, .Tack Boyd ...... 120 Thompson, Joe ..................,, 120 Thompson, Jan ............,..... 121 Thompson, Vernal W ......... 120 Thorell, Roy ..........,............... 61 Thornley. George ........ ,.... . ..96 Thorpe, Dean XV ......,.,.,........ 96 Thorstensen, Norma .... 61, 201 Thurston, Morris A ..... 220, 61 Thurston, Roma Gene ........ 120 Tiffany, Barbara. .,..... 120, 201 Tims, Joy ...........,..,.,.. . .,,.,... 120 Todd, Francis S .......... . ...,...,., 61 Tolton, Justin C .,.............,..... 61 Tomlinson, Byron ............., Torgeson, Laura Dell ........ Tormey. Richard ................ Towsley, Betty J.. .,.......... Tracy, June ..................... . ..., Tracy, Mauvia .............. 62, Tracy. Norlyn .... 120, 210, Trane, Keith 266. 270, Tremeling, Delmont L ....... Tremelling, Horace ...... 96, Trevort, Dorothy ................ .."8 261 120 120 .,78 210 139 279 120 140 N96 Tripp, George 199, 215, 232 Truden, Andre B ......... 62, 222 Truesdell, John G. .... 120, 217 Tucker, John .... ......... .... ..... 2 ., 2 Turnbull, Betty .... ............. 7 8 Turner, Byron ....... . .... 120 Turner, Charlene ..... .......... 7 9 Turner, Paul .,.,.......,..,.,.,.,,.... 96 Tuttle, VVa.yne K .... ..,.... 2 17, 79 Twitchell, Bill 212, 284, 259 Tyson, Marjean ...........,...... 155 Tyson, Ruth ............ 62, 79, 155 Uchida, Ryo ...... ,,.. . . .,,.....,, 96 Umstattd, Lee H ......,.,.,..,,..,, 79 Uzelac, Nick L ............. 284, 257 Van Dam, Doris ...... 96, 85, 84 Vanderbeek, J. L ...,.......... . ,... 79 Van Epps, Gordon A ........... 79 Van Orden, Brenda ...... 62, 218 Van Orden, J. Dee ......,....... 'lil Vaughan, Norman A...96, 232 Vernon, Reed Francis ........ Veibell, Viola. .............,.,..,..,.. 96 96 NVade, Isabel L ...,................ .218 VVadley, Clifton J ....... ...... , .,.4.1 Wadsworth, Helen 1rene..120 Vvadsworth, Max E. 162, 160 Xvagstaff, David B ............... 62 VVagsta.ff, Jack Amos 155 Wahlquist, Glenn ....,......,,.., 79 VVaite. Rulon W ........... 212, 79 VVaite, Verl C ....... ...........,. 9 7 NVaite, Devere ........... .... 160 XVa.k1ey, Elizabeth .... 120, 20? NVa1ke1', DeMont , .......,,....,.,. 62 Xvalker, George D.. ,.... ........ 2 84 Hfalker, Geraldine ......,. 97, 210 VValker, Gordon S .,.,......,.,,, 120 Nvalker, Joyce . ..................... 79 Xvalker, Vvestley ,,.. . .,.,., 120 Vvallace, John VV ................. 97 VVa.l1and, Shirley ................ 120 Vifallin, Doris ...,.... 201,- 79, 141 VVa.l1in, Melba. ........ 97.201, 289 NVa1ther, Beulah L ..,...,,...,,., 97 Wanlass, Dorothy.. ........ 97, 201 VVard, Dean Thomas ......... ...79 VVard, Eva. Ama.nda.....97, 210 VVard, Norma, A ........... 61, 218 VVzu'd1eigh, Elizabeth VVarner, Eileen .................... 97 Wfarnick, Alvin C ................. 79 Xvarr, Ruth 201, 120, 159 VS'arren, Helen .................... 62 VVarren, Yvilliarn Glen 120, 155 Wfatson, Esther ........ 62, 210, 35 VVatte1's, Ray ...................... 259 Xvatterson, Alma. E ........... 221 VVa.tts, Loy WVi1lard Xvebb, Raymond 272, 154, 155 Wfebber, E. Dean . ....................................... 62, 215 Vfebber, Milton .................... 97 Vvelch, John .......... 62, 208, 163 Xveldin Thomas ...........97 S. . XVelke1', Evan ....,................. 120 VVe1ker, Margaret Vifelling, Adam .......... 97, 221 Hfelling, Beth , .... .......... , ...... 7 9 Vvelling, Richard .Tay ....... ,284 Wennergren, Carol Mae , .... . ..........,....................... 218, 'T 9 Vifennergren, Robert .... 97, 205 Xvennergren, Ted M. XVest, Joe Edward ........ ...... , .62 VVest, Marian ....... .... . ..201, 120 VVest, Nlildred ...................... 79 NVest, Nolan . ...... , ................ 232 Vifest Quinten ..................... .160 Wfestlund. Clay D ............... 120 Weston, Xvesley .................. 97 Hfettstein. Ernest D. .......... 62 VVetzler, John ...................... 205 NVheatley, Janet ........ ....... 6 E2 NVhea.tley, Spencer .............. 79 VVhea.t1ey, Ross .................. 209 Vifheeler, Dwana. RI., ......... 120 Xvheelwright, A. Stuart .... 79 'VVheelwright, Jean ............ 79 Whitalcer, Vvrn ............. 62, 165 White, Floyd S ....................... 62 Vvhite, Grant ...... 102, 213, 120 NVhite. Jane V ,...... 62, 206, 187 VVhite, Robert B ............ ....... 6 2 NVhite, Stanley' L ............... v...9'7 White, VVil1a!'d .......,.... 121, 213 VVhitehead, La.Ve1'd ...... 62, 206 Wvhitesides, Dee ............ 79, 257 Vvhitesides. Marian .......... 121 WVhiteSides, Williqm NV. . .--.......................... b2. 208, 260 Vvhiting, Ray ..... . ................ 215 Wlxitlock, Jack K. ................ 97 VVhitney, Laurence G. 221, 160 Vvhittle, Leland ......,........... 121 Vviberg, Page . ....................... 97 Xviberg, Roberick., ............ 97 Xviggins, Kathryn ........ 210, 79 Xvight, David Frank VVikstrom, John H .............,. G2 Vvilcox, Glenn J ...... ............. 2 05 Wilcox, Neil C ............... 62, 232 Xvilcox, Marian ......... v .... 206, 79 Xvild, Owens ........................ 97 Wvilding, Malin ...... ............ 6 2 Vvilding, Ray ................ ,....... 9 7 NVi1he1msen, Mack ............ 121 Vvilkes. Xvoodrow ..-. ...--.. 7 9 Wvillcinson, Sibyl ............,... " ..4 9 Nvilkinson, Winifred ........ 133 XVil1iams VVilliams Wfilliams Nvilliams , Afton C .... . .... ..... . , Arthur H.. ......... I2i Bud . .................... M79 David ...... ........ 2 17 Vvilliams. Dora .......... .--. A -Y-121 Vvilliams Wvilliamsl Elden . ....... ..... , ,79 Grant G ............. 232 Williams, Scott .................... 79 VVilliamson, Bill .................. 79 VVillmo1'e, Joseph Ivan ........ G2 Vvilson. Alan Ford ........... ,212 Nvilson, Alma L ..................... 62 Wilson, Ellen ................ 62, 20l Nvilson, J. Mark ................-... 62 NVils0n, Margaret Ann 201, 141 Vvilson, Ray ................ ....... . 121 1- . VVilson, Robert Folsom ........ zh VVilson, Vern Grant .......... 121 Wilson, VVa.rren Binghamlw Xvilson, Vvayne P ........ v ....-..--. 79 VVinegar, Grant Leonard..121 VViner, Harold .... .................. 6 2 VVinn, Bcruell 62, 139, 143, 189 NVinn. Lathael F. 154, 125 Nvinn, Venive ................-.-..-.- U7 Vvinsor, Luther Snow 232 Xvinsor, Muriel ...........-.--.-. 121 VVintCh, Elaine ..........47, 169. 62, 206, 32, 34 Wintch, Helen ....-....---.. 206- 79 Vvinter, Artha Fanell N,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,....,........6 2, 210 Winward, Ida ................-..- -.-. 6 Winzler Norman ................ 21.4 Wise, Stanley T ........ 1 .......--. 121 Vvoffinden, Duard Sums .... 121 Woffinden, VVil1iam G. ........ 62 VVood, John K ............... .. -.------ 62 Wood, Melvin ......... .......------ 1 21 Wood, Rulon .M ..............--.. -121 Vvood, Virginia. .............- --.. 1 21 Xvoodbury, llean ............. -.-121 XVoodhouse, Barbara C ....... 97 Vvoodland, Duane ....... , ...... 121 Woodland, Unita ........ 121, 201 Vvoodruff, Marjorie .......,.. 201 NVoodward, Fred ............ .... 1 21 NVoodWa.rd, Harry R ........... 215 Woodward, Paul C .... .... ..... 1 2 1 Wooton, Ray VV .............-- ---. 6 2 Vvorlton, Ruth .......... ...... 9 7, 201. Nvorwood, Ed. .------------..- ------ 9 7 Vvray, Mack H ............. 97, 217 Wright. Barbara ............. .--121 Wright, Elved .... v ..............-.- 121 Wrigllt Fern ................ 217, 155 Vvright, Glen ........... ., ......... 121 Vvright, Helen ...... .......... 7 9, 155 VVright, J. Kurt .........-..-- .----- 7 9 NV:-ight, June Rose .............. ..97 VVright, Kenneth C ..... 209, 79 Xvright, Norma .......... .......- 1 21 Vvri.-rht, Devere ..............---. 97 XVright, Robert R ....... 121 205 XVya,tt, Guila. Ball ............-- 121 VVya.tt, Joyce Cleo .............. 121 Yeates, Clyde ............ ....... , 155 Yamashita., Melvin . ..........- 120 Yardley, James F ......... 97 222 Yeates, Clyde ................... ...155 Yentes, Lowell W ............... --52 Yose, Frank A .............. V. ..... 217 Young, June L .......... . ............ 97 Young, Dale .................. 221, 79 Zenger, Ray .................... 62, 221 Ziegler, Murray .................. 121 Zink. 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