Utah State University - Buzzer Yearbook (Logan, UT)

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H. ,. . f V 1.-.f,f,.4. . .Q.-Y,,A-'abr-,,a,...,,,.:.,,,,,. f Lff'2 il I W .aaa r ll. ,... 7.4 Y' bf - ,gm ,541 ' u." 1 svn fi., -J- ln aclion on of 'rhis global confliclfg4:i,aH'giflo a vicfory-declicaiecl campus engaged in irain- ing 'lhose men and a susfaining civilian army of skilled workers:-+l1is book, volume +l1ir'l'y-'five of lhe Buzzer, is dedicaled . w' 4 1 - ., A ,wr-. - A 173' F tag. Y ' if 1 'I N 1' A N ' iii l We said adieu fo our spacious Buzzer office which became a sforeroom for army food supplies . . . We paid a dime for a cup of coffee, and knew beffer fhan fo ask for a second cup. Nylons gave way +o rayons which bagged around fhe ankles. Our read- ing room af 'rhe library was resfricfed for servicemen's use af cerfain hours. The quad where we had so leisurely lounged in fhe spring became a drill field. Those who only sfand and wail' af Ufah Sfafe relinquished many of fhe pleas- ures and fradifions long esfablished fo give fheir all for fhe war efforf . . . Sfudenfs learned fhe value of a rafion book and lived by if. The weaving cafeferia line became a fhing of fhe pasf since fhe facilifies would accom- modafe servicemen only: we began beafing a more diligenf pafh fo fhe Bluebird which 'was furned info a Posf Exchange affer school hours. lhi S X21- i s T22 "J 7572 . ,gg V ,- E WI? elinquislled Women's Residence Hall became a fhing of rhe pas+ during +he middle of winler quarfer as +he air corps moved in. College coeds became a boon 'ro renfers who had a spare annex or garrel room. Girls packed lheir bags and +runlcs, 'Found a place 'ro live and remained happy wi'l'hin nine days,f bu'r +hey kep+ in mind, "This is war, and in lhis way I serve" . . . Buf lhe Dorm Wasn"r lhe only building space given up. We saw enlire floors of Old Main, Plan+ lnduslry, Animal lnduslry, and our own Commons converled info mili+ary barracks as our classes moved inlo smaller quarfers . . . We sacrificed much, buf we learned fhe ' meaning of democracy oufside 'lhe classroom. 1943 WAS THE WAR YEAR 7 uf - ,r , -1:.v,,.-. ,V "-'cal--, I V. 4 I -eff ', 'lis' , C , .,, C -15:1 - ia: -zen.. - ,fg- THE YEAR To only sfand and waif seemed inade- quafe,'so we wenf all ouf for fhe war efforf. Class and club groups sold fhousands of dollars in war bonds and sfamps. Sororify girls became volun- feer workers al' fhe U.S.O., made defense sfamp corsages and gave fo fhe blood bank. The Spurs helped pul' fhe Red Cross campaign over fhe fop. Weekends found faculfy and sfudenfs puffing in long hours af fhe Ogden General Supply Depof. We gave our firsf advanced R.O.T.C. boys and fhe Enlisfed Reserve Corps fo Uncle Sam affer a royal send-off. We lefl' school fo answer draff calls or fo go back fo fhe farms fo produce food for free- dom . . . We furned our engi- neering building info a defense work shop, and fook volunfary firsf aid classes in fhe Commons . . . We relinquished much, buf we paid our clebf in service more. ' iw is we supplanted n ax-1'-4 ' ,. 4? 1 .-, 05 ,- -5 ning ithin th YOU WILL FIND A RECORD OF THE PEOPLE: THEIR CAMPUS, ADMINISTRATION, CLASSES, ACT'IVITIES, ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION, GREEK AFFILIATIONS, HONORARY FRATERNITY AND CLUB MEMBERSHIP . . . WAYNE BENNION EZRA G. CARTER ADOLPH AMACHER W. P. NIELSON CLYDE BAUGH HENRY BRADSHAW in memory TO THOSE WHO LEFT THIS CAMPUS THEY LOVED SO WELL, TO THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE SERVICE OF OUR DEMOCRACY . . . THEY GALLANTLY GAVE THEIR LAST FULL MEASURE OF LOYALTY WHILE SERVING IN THE BATTLE DEFENDING HUMANITY AND THE WAY OF LIFE FOR WHICH WE ARE FIGHTING . . . IN THE BATTLE OF FREEDOM PITTED AGAINST TYRANNY . . . u flh north an You walk up +l'1e Fiffh Norlh sfeps al' 'lwilighf lo see 'I'l1e wind blow golden poplar leaves around your feet You look up +o see pigeons in flue bell lower and clark 'Fir branches 'lhal' reach a furquois sky . . . You reach flue hill and behold. a vine-covered symbol of lradilion, Old Main. You feel young and buoyanl and surge wilh a sor+ of pride as you begin +he climb upward and +l1ink in a somewl1a+ Carl Sandburg- isl1 manner, "This, my college." nto this campus W h e r e y 0 u W e r e differem' recreaiion one Saiurday morning, +o +l1e bell +ower and looked over +l1e roofs across l'l1e valley. You wa'l'cl1ed pigeons fly uollfgnd nesl. You bell will: your f0refi'Sii5gr and H' re- i+ didn'+ send for+llgfZ'Our U'l'al1 Sl'a+e" Quad as we each day 1,,.M.,L..o fu. a+ noon. I' eeled by old main You found in each wing new fields fo conquer. There was fhe day you discovered fhe Com- merce Library was a good place fo sfudy or meef your friends. You found a room on fhe fhircl floor in which you could fype your fheme, and were busily engaged in doing so unfil you were asked, "Do you belong in fhis class?" You gof losf looking for fhe I. K. office and found fhe geology lab. You looked af fhe miniafure Bryce Canyon, fhe fossils and rock displays, for- geffing you were onrfhe wrong floor. The gruesome fascinafion of looking af fhe snakes and birds in fhe Zoology display cases fook up a lof of your fime fhose affernoons you spenf A waifing for your fwo o'clock class. F Your firsf leffers came in care of U.S.A.C. and you picked fhem up af fhe posf office where you also found your losf pen every ofher Tuesday. You wandered down fo fhe arf deparfmenf fo see Ev Thorpe's mural or fo gef some prinfing iob done. You heard Glen Miller's "Sfring of Pearls" each Friday af one before as- sembly curfains parfed, fhen you laughed af fhe "corn" for forfy- five minufes before you mean- dered ouf on fhe rim of fhe hill fo sif awhile in reverie while fhe fragrance of fhe lilacs and honey- suclcle penefrafed your nosfrils. pfosile main i Y 4-,Ax-I ,V In pursuil' of you climbed breafhlessly io 'rhe fhirgliflfloor of fhe library pausing on eachiilliighhl fo look af +he liH'le people 'rhe grooyepl marble sfairs. You hiung signs s+a'I'ue lhal' led fo Q's where you s'penl'5l.Qa half hourfin7'iQi+ and honesf crificisnflisl You passeiilffihe cloakrooms +o Chilclren'sflQibrary where you founa sfory "" and symphony recorgs fo 'aocenl'ua+e an e+hereal You paid a 'rhircl of your allovrfanee +o 'rhe "reserve" because you13gfbrgo+ Thai' book. You grew a of sfancling by 'rhe radia+,oIfflihif'ai+ing for fhe bus, so lhe renial colleeljionQ,forii+hTe" lalesl publicalions. Ybuheard fhe bus' blasfing. horn and grabbed your coal' rushing +o cafch 'l'he "five a'H'er." ou saw e brar 0 e ar north were Since 'ihe experimeni sfafion has done such big 'rhings for ihe governmen+, you decided +o look info The agricul+ural deparfmenf. Beyond ihe parking lo+ and +he apple shed you found living animals, wooly lambs and blue ribbon sheep. You had seen 'l'he huge silo 'From +he disfances buffailed +0 com- prehend i+s immensi'l'y unlil you sfood near ii. If you didn'+ +ake a hiking class, you evenfually goi' around +0 seeing mosi' of +he campus anyway, and found iusf eas'r of fhe dorm huge fields of crops 'ihai' repre- senfed Ufah S+a+e's vicfory garden. l lIlll1Il?l'0llS ag inleres 4.3. ,ru ,. . f ...Lids-gil: IA, ,L r- J . ,,.:H" fp" ff? .,f,ff , .aiiif You nohced horseshoes on lhe barn Tse" . . across from new Vel' building ihal en- closed lhe -gfavalry moH'og as you were:-.gnQ.!.jgig,i-15,3 your wayfjio l'he greenhouse L, e, i some ferns for an assembly yqujgaused 3'-l . i.???ii3'LfVf. ,,'l . 55f'.57:f' long enoufgh 'io walch fhe ll++lef:.7f?b1ddles" , - 'Lai Ayzl A , and whi+QIeghorns run abour coops. had found animalsifsjgiiifiewihiar pifzs., . . s repulsive ufnjll +he day you wenl' ovenylfoifjseej l. j-'ff'f.Qd4f4g559.'Kf' 1555 7 FQ-fL?i1lZQ gig E 2 V ' fhe new purfepred calves. You soon learl7?eda'fjgQEg- 56.1" +o hafe 'iheilggasf again afier lhe day you 'Z wenl' up +o dam 'io recife a bil of Shakespeare andiiiagjprize Hereford pu'l' his while feid3,1ga,gains+ yours. jf'.u,,l, " 11:11 ' ,r'.'-I' "t1L7U,1. 1, ,sp .,. - . .v..w,,, .N ..-J., .. F' - ' -I J xl . ,-3-'7,s7,:jq,jl:.---ef-'-- ,1 You knew where fo buy ice cream cones and paced a bealen pa+h +o +he righl' hand door of 'I'he Animal lndus'I'ry building. Affer a fennis march, baseball on fhe quad or noon hour, you sa'r on ihe banisfer wailing your 'rurn +o en+er 'l'he swinging door 'rhaf opened 'lo a wonder of chocolafe milk, orangeade, cheese-crackers and 'l'he ever- popular cones. You heard lecrures in ihe huge "An Hus" audiforium and landscape labs and you remembered ihe building because if smelled of clean milk and hor wa'rer. industries Ioome if Leia? I "-.. You learned +o chase and visible bugs in fhe Planl lndushfy where were always filled huge coleregli'-baffles. Be+wee5 five you ihe consfiluenis of daily die+ vinljiiaglbio-chem lab. Youfgfflearned wherefifgiiiieaf food and +heEfleanes+ Hs preparaiion. spenl' finding sfrepfoegfizci under llienmicroscoipe, buf learnedfffiere how +0 live for 'the 'Fu+ure, for a building of cons+an+ scienfifigfigregression. Ju' - 41.-,,.' ln the foregroun ou foun You dashed +o The Commons io be firsl in line al lhe crowded cafeleria where your allowance boughf vifamins. You lefl your coal' and books in 'l'he sfeamed cloalc room and paused by 'rhe mirror for a refouch. You played checkers or lis+ened +o +he K.V.N.U. specials in +he lounge. 0 i n I h e c 0 m m 0 n s ,.,-, 1- ,1 .. b, . l f r ff . , , 4., . , 4,, .',' li '. fl -- tif! s+uden+ officers iour- main hall and maybggwenl' l'o eleganl' receplioniioom. you ran info physiology and upsfairs lhelglgfhome facull' . You sawgigrlisfic . Y showcases creafed by dorrgislicians, buf 'rhe day you remembqg2?m0s+ was in 'rhe spring when youflfilallred in 'lhe sun on lhe fileqilerrace. The boys wil'h a fransil' caughl' your aHen+ion as you passed along 'rhe quad and heard a low whis'rle. You lafer learned rhese boys were engi- neers who hafed foresfers and 'rhrew good parlies. You heard choruses fry 'lo drawn oul' 'lhe groan of ma- chines in 'I'he defense planl as you came 'From 'l'he neighboring cafe- +eria a+ noon. You wafched 'lhe firsi floor windows being painfed and saw numberless service men pour forlh from ihe wide doors each day before drill. You knew 'lhal' radio and radar ideas had been born here, buf you lcepf 1'he 'rransi+ boys from revealing whal' 'rheir building en- closed because "i+'s a milil'ary secret" plannln an ulldln oehelp nature On 'rhe edged campus, and 'I'he hill, you 'ihe foreslry building, deser'l'eidf.fby +he homemalcers al 'rhe ereclifoniof +he Commons and reoccu- pied Illi lhem wilh fhe innovqiionfjldf' fhefeadefs. You polilan aimosphere sinceiyfhieig building boiesfs s'l'uden+s from allf-'Q'ij'5r'rs of 'rh-e coulniry. You read flrieffifguarlerlies published by fhe fellowSfQfin'li1'+heymain offig-el and you were you 'found fhere was an elevaf-oifiiijfllhei cenfeififof fhe building, bu+ you iniere mosf anieged a+ your fafigue afier your uphilllelimb back +0 Old Main. Affer being here a few monfhs you found fhaf fhe serious men fhaf sfepped down from Widsfoe Hall and walked foward fhe Bluebird were scienfisfs and valedicfory mafe- rial. You found a iunior weafher bureau near fhe physics lab in fhe basemenf and peculiar odors and explosions upsfairs in fhe chem labs. You almosf missed fhe build- ing because if was so covered wifh floral foliage, buf here you filled your exacf science group and gained a knowledge fhaf you were parf of a greaf building. at widlsoe you found science tix . if-. nf., W... Because you were church you wen+ 'ro +he lnslilule Sunday 'mornings ,-.. 'ahdfiheard Dr. Romney's on and Marriage." Yougljeacl or pong clownslairs a free and danced' in beaufifu-lfggllfoom a+ formals. 'Found yougeaiing a+ +he Kollege Kan- feelhliayfarlgffossibly +he mos+ rorqghiic "of your college career The lime you helcl hands in lhe as you sal lislening fo a organ recilal. institute you sought intangibles 3- 'Q .L lf Ai' 5 HI ,,r...,..... -11- fu, 4 1121. -v, L ' .'-4' .-,, x. E.-Y n "QU 5 I 41- '-,Q .iv g. 1 W, gf- 121 AA vi, ig, ...un - -15 -,A zz- LL' ' N IS." 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You are unfroubled by any vague sfirrings of fhe fufure. You have no way of knowing fhaf in fhe years fo come, 'rhe presenf liffle day-fo-day incidenfs, your campus, and fhe people you knew in college will be forged fogefher in a sorf of poignanf memory of fhe fime when "our hearfs were young and gay." 3I apahle administrator Leading a college in warfime has been fhe difficulf fask of Presidenf E. G. Peferson, fhe Board of Trusfees and fhe Ufah Sfafe faculfy fhis year. Under fhe able direcfion of C. G. Adney, fhe Board of Trusfees devofed ifself fo shaping college policies and curricu- lum fo fif fhe nafion's war efforf. Also many of fhem found fime fo affend social funcfions and become beffer acquainfed wifh fhe sfudenfbody . . . Dedi- cafed fo fhe winning of fhe war, Ufah Sfafe has quickly adiusfed fo changing condifions. Ifs facilifies fo frain sailors, marines, air corps men and mechanic learners in addifion fo regular sfudenfs preparing fo fake fheir places in a world geared for war . . . Foresighfed, responsible and inferesfed, adminisfra- fion officials guided Ufah Sfafe fhrough a year of warfime problems, buf came fhrough wifh flying colors as evidenced by fhe expanded program and many confribufions fo fhe war efforf. F7 FD If D.. :x m Z4 'U 7 ro 2. Q. cn 5 -F Flrsf Row Mrs. Minnie W. Miller: Hyrum Blaclchursfg C. G. Adney, presidenfg E. H. Sfreefg Olaf Nelson: Leon Fonnesback Second Row: Russell E. Bernfson, secrefaryg Presidenf E. G. Peferson: Henry Pefersong E. E. Monson Fred M. Nye: Ray E. Dillman. Absenf: Charles Redd, James S. Presfwich, Theodore Holman. wi. We -QM re with him utah state's active president Presideni and Firsf Lady of 'rhe Aggie campus are Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peterson. A smile and nod characferizes Presideni' Pe'ierson's friendly greeiing +o sfuclenis and 'Faculiy members alilce. His deep and philosophical ihinlcing makes him a consfani' source of inspiration fo every Aggie on +he campus, while gracious and charming Mrs. Peferson becomes every coed's ideal. 34 Keeper of fhe college coffers is Russell E. Bernslen, execufive secrelary of The inslilurion. Despife warrime booms and slumps "Bus" neveriheless man- ages l'o keep 'I'he budgel' balanced and 'I'he red ink o'F'F 'lhe books. An ex- officio member of pracrically every commirfee on +he campus, Bernsfen keeps a +igh+ rein on fhe college purse sfrings, bul' loosens up +o dole our pay checks on +he renfh of every monrh. Taking fall quarfer off 'lo organize a new school sysiem a+ fhe Topaz Jap- anese Relocafion Cenfer, Dr. John C. Carlisle refurned 'Following +he holidays +o resume his dufies as assis+an+ foyrhe presicleni' and head of rhe elemenrary V educa+ion deparfmenf. Manager of fhe much-moved book- srore, Eric Johnson had 'lrouble keep- ing frack of his "non-profil" insfifurion rhis Vyear. Befween moves he s'pen+ lime cooking af fhe Bluebird. and his aides Senior dean af Ufah Sfafe is DR. WILLIAM L. WANLASS of fhe School of Commerce. A brillianf scholar on world economics, Dean Wanlass heads fhe oldesf school of commerce wesf of fhe Mississippi. Wifh agriculfure fasf becoming one of fhe mosf essenfial warfime indus- fries, new emphasis is being given fhe Experimenf Sfafion and School of Agriculfure, bofh of which come under fhe iurisdicfion of DR. R. H. WALKER. Offen called fhe "Dean among Deans," DR. N. A. PEDERSEN heads fhe School of Arfs and Sciences. His chief grievance fhis year has been "falling-plasfer" frouble. Anofher efficienf execufive, DEAN GEORGE D. CLYDE coordinafes fhe ever-expanding acfivifies of fhe School of Engineering, lndusfries and Trades. One of his chief infer- esfs is a newly-developed snow- mobile. 36 deans Training feachers and fhen falking fhem info feaching during warfime is fhe chief iob of DR. E. A. JACOBSEN. dean of fhe School of Educa- fion. Also fhe highly pracfi- cal vocafional educafion pro- grams come under his full aufhorify. offer direction and Range 'managemeni and 'fores- fry experf DR. L. A. STODDART replaced Paul M. Dunn 'ihis fall as Dean of +he School of For- esiry. Before coming fo Ufah Sfaie he served for seven years The adven+ of servicemen brings 'ro Dean of Women .CAROLINE M. HENDRICKS an added duiy-'l'ha1' of supervising USO ac+ivi+ies and keeping irack of coed iunior hos'I'- esses. Also she aids 'Phe war effori' by kni'Hing socks and advising girls +o loin 'rhe WAVES or WAACS. guidance English Professor IRA N. HAYWARD sfepped info 'rhe shoes of Jack Crofi when +he laHer resigned his posiiion as Dean of Men 'ro become Person- nel Direcior a+ Ogden Depo+. As- semblies, bo'rh sfucleni' and faculiy, have been Dean Hayward's pei problem +his year. wifh +he Soil Conservafion Serv- ice in Washingfon. 37 DEAN CHRISTINE B. CLAYTON direcis 'rhe School of Home Eco- nomics which fhis year refurned 'ro fhe old Foresfry Building a'F'l'er seven years in +he gleaming Commons. a I umni association This year fhe alumni associafion fackled fhe difficulf iob of keeping frack of fhe ever- increasing number of Aggies off fhe campus. A confinuous flow of correspondence from fhe office of Execufive Secrefary Leonard W. McDonald, keeps up fo dafe a large file which is a verifable mine of informafion concerning whaf Aggie is where in which branch of fhe service. Also he collecfs dafa on who married whom and when. Direcf- ing fhe expandig work of fhe alumni associafion is Presidenf D. A. Skeen of Salf Lake Cify. A lawyer by profession, Presidenf Skeen sees fhe alumni associafion as a power- ful insfrumenf in aiding fhe college. A lion among lions, Presidenf D. A. Skeen is second vice-presidenf of fhe Nafional Lion's clubs in addifion fo his dufies as presidenf of fhe Ufah Sfafe Alumni Associ- afion. Anofher claim fo fame is fhe facf fhaf he came from fhe same home fown as Presidenf Peferson. Inferesfed in Ex-Aggies, Aggie grads, Aggies-fo-be or any ofher variefy of Aggies, Alumni Secrefary Leonard Mc- Donald spends his fime issuing quesfion- naires, publishing quarferlies, and assisfing in fhe correspondence deparfmenfs. I? Wifh every Aggie's credifs, grades, class schedule, felel phone number and ofher "vifal sfafisfics" af his finger- fips, William H. Bell mainfains a smoofh working Office of fhe Regisfrar. One professor who pracfices his preachings, Wilford D. Porfer furns ouf an endless sfream of newspaper sfories, magazine arficles and radio scripfs in his dual role as head of fhe iournalism deparfmenf and exfension edifor. Direcfor William Peferson fhis year received an added load as fhe Exfension Service foolc over 'ihe new farm labor program. He and his sfaff aid farmers fo grow more "food for freedom." Chief propagafor of propa- ganda, C. Lesfer Pocock, has fhe difficulf iob of recruifing n e w sfudenfs during war fime. The genial public rela- fions direcfor missed his usual quofa of hard luck sfories fhis year. Librarian David W. Davies awaifs fhe draff which will carry him away from his clufies af Ufah Sfafe-also from a Sl,O00 scholarship af fhe Universify of Chicago. Wifh fhe advenf of fhe air corps, Professor Milfon R. Merrill became fhe new di- recfor of fhe AAFCTP in addifion fo his responsibili- fies as direcfor of summer session, and correspondence sfudy. xeculive officers A.W.S.-Back Row: Karma Hill Lacey, Marian Sander, Adelle Young, Dorofhy TrevorT, Winifred Amacher, Wanda Winn, Larene Toone. FronT Row: RuTh Hyer, Phyllis Sfoddard, Jean Olsen, Anne Ryan, Marfha Peferson, Anne Kennedy. supervising large projects Decline in male enrollmenf spelled incline in female influence and acTiviTy on The campus during l942-43 war year and Associafed Wo- men STudenTs besT reflecTed This growTh of feminine -presfige . . . Anne Ryan, one of The campus's leading lady polificians wiTh a repuTaTion for geTTing Things done, headed The highly efficienT AWS council comprised of Jean Olsen, vice-presidenf, Marfha Peferson, secre- Tary, and represefafives from each of The four classes . . . AWS acTiviTy cenfered around war service proiecfs wiTh emphasis being placed on The enTerTainmenT of servicemen on The campus and convalescenfs aT The Bushnell Gen- eral HospiTal in Brigham Cify . . . Dream DaTe of UTah STaTe Dale HuTchins proved To be The obiecf of mosT girls' secref ambifions when he was named "mosT preferred" aT The AWS Preference Ball in November . . . As The year closed some predicTed ThaT in I943-44, AWS and The USAC sTudenTbody would be synonomous organizafions. 40 ATHLETIC-Professor John B. Caine, Coach E. L. Romney, Haven Barlow, Russel BernsTon, A. N. Sorensen King Hendriclcs. A - .g,. -ljigglimx , ., sea 7. PUBLICATIONS-Haven Barlow, Lane Palmer, Dean N. A. Pedersen, Dean L A Sfoddard Charles Kelley, Professor Wilford D. Porfer. the councils Professor W. D. Porfer, college edifor and associafe professor of journalism, held chairmanship dufies in seffing meefing dafes and presiding. Ofher faculfy mem- bers included Dean N. A. Pedersen and Dean L. A. Sfoddarl' of 'rhe School of Arfs and Sciences and fhe School of Foresfry, respecfively. The sfudenfbody presidenf, fhe fwo edifors and one member of fhe sfudenf execufive council represenfs fhe sfudenfs . . . Maffers of publicafion policy, sfudenf gripes and financial problems are heard by fhis body which holds sovereign responsibilify for sfudenf freedom of fhe press. .,i. for afhlefics in I943-44 as fhe year closed. i ie' l if L' They fallced abouf if all year buf nof unfil fhe fraclc season rolled around did fhe M afhlefic council and ifs counferparfs in ofher Big Seven colleges find If necessary fo curfail infercollegiafe afhlefics because of fhe war . . . Though known ,e mosf widely for his inferesf in such characfers of liferafure as "Promefheus and "Achilles," Professor A. N. Sorenson mainfained a close confacf wlfh campus afhlefic characfers from his posl' as chairman of fhe council. Members Included Coach E. L. lDiclcj Romney, Professor George B. Caine and Sfudenfbody Pres: denf Charles Kelley . . . A fough -problem for fhe council during fhe war year wasifo make fhe reduced afhlefic budgef cover fravelling and equlpmenf cosfs enlarged by war shorfages. Romney opfimism fypified campus prospecfs George l-aCeY Aaron Amacher Joe Anderson Smiling Charley Kelley, disiinguished himself as a "'Figh+ing lrish" in his ceaseless vigilance in profeci- ing civilian sfudenf righ+s on a campus which la+e in 'the year became dominenfly war service . . . Weekly he wielded 'l'he gavel al' Tuesday aflernoon council meefings and served on numerous war coordinalion commiH'ees, slill reserving +ime lo spend hours over his presideniial desk on engineering drawings. Kelley undoubledly was lhe viral cog in a council machine whose smoofhness has been unparalleled in recen'r college hisfory . . . Soffball and wreslling were his s-peciallies when relaxalion lime rolled around. elected campus leaders In addilion 'lo his regular dulies as +he socials chairman, Councilman Joe Ander- son was given ihe added assignmeni of "morale chief". "6ooser" again came info 'I'he limelighi' in mid-November when he concluded an agreemenl' wifh Mr. Lundahl, owner-manager of l'he Dansanie ballroom, for weekly use of 'lhai' hall for sfudenfbody dances . . . As budgel' chair- man Aaron Amacher drew up a budgel plan 'ihaf 'financed lhe exira socials, pro- vided more money for inlramurals and on-campus evenls and curfailed in'l'er- collegiafe al'hlel'ics, debale and iudging con'res'rs 'rhar mighl' effecl' war iransporf- arion facililies . . . George Lacey, elec- 'rion chairman, made iwo significanl changes in +he conduci' of campus poli- Hcs-poslponecl frosh eleciions un+il 'I'he firsl of November fo give lhem a be++er chance +o gel' acquainfed and ouilawed unconirolled ballyhoo during regular s+uden+body elec+ions. i Zell Charles Kelley Sfudeni' Body Presideni Rounding off Ufah Sfafe's I942-43 sfudenf council Were Karma Hill Lacey, vice-presidenfg Emma Marfin, secrefary: and Gordon Porfer, Burns B. Crooksfon and Lewis Livingsfon, council members . . . Mrsq Lacey who celebrafed fhe ascen- fion fo office lasf year by marrying on elecfion day, held down fhe regular vice- presidenfial assignmenf as assembly chairman . . . Gordon Porfer as special evenfs chairman, made mop and dusf- clofh wielders ouf of fhe campus feminine populace- fo sfage a highly successful "A" day . . . Emma Marfin, pronounced "Ebba Bar+in" for abouf fwo monfhs in fhe early spring, lcepf 'rhe home fires burning in fhe sfudenfbody office . . . "Panfher" Croolcsfon and "Lewis" Living- sfon, along wifh "Gooser," bade fhe campus farewell af fhe end of fhe winfer quarfer as fhey enfered fhe service. "Panfher" preffy well wound up his acfi- vifies wifh publishing of fhe Blue Book and Sfudenf Direcfory . . . Livingsfon's wifhdrawal snafched his spring quarfer assignmenf of awards from under his fhumb, -passing if on fo veferan Aaron Amacher. u ,Q Burns Crooksfon Gordon Porfer Karma H. Lacey Lewis Livingsfon composer the student council Professor A. N. Sorensen, Dean Hendricks Emma Marfin senior snow many changes ln elec1'ing'Gran'r Cullimore as l'heir class presidenl for i942-43, 'rhe Class of '43 lurned a coincidence info a iradifion-namely, +he elecling of a "Big Coun+y" man as president Three of i+s four years al' U+ah S+a+e +he class has elec+ed Box Elderires . . . Cullimore, wi+h Belly Hafch, vice-presiclenl, and Rulh Worllon, secrelary, assisfing, led off 'I'he year by compleiing disrribufion of 'Phe class garb-a maroon sweafer wi+h a whi+e Old English "A" . . . "Cully" was sl'ill in lhe driver's seal when on May I2 i'he class presenfed ils annual assembly wil'h Sfudenl' Life Eclifor Lane Palmer delivering lhe "Seniors on Review" address. Only class social even? of 'l'he year was a dance on May I2 . . . Commencemenf Day was char- acferized wi+h seniors secrelly congralulafing fhemselves on fheir "commencing" and mixing 'rhe +radi+ional sadness of +he day wilh a nol'e of rejoicing for leaving a school which during fhe pasf year had been a far-cry from +he college +hey knew as freshies. 4-4 ome to their college ' .ll , ,ff STAN ANDERSON: Big counly faleni found a ready oui'le+ in ihe "LiHle Caesar". Blue Key acfivify award winner in his sophomore year, infra-mural big wig and Sfudeni' Life co-sporis edifor in his iunior, Alpha Sigma Nu preidenf, and siudenf council member make Sian 'ihe prize aciiviiy man of 1'he S.A.E.'s. Prides himself in iricky phrases, membership in +he Filihy Six, and "A" grades. HELEN STEWART: A diligeni Siucleni' Life so- ciefy ecliior, Helen spenf spare afiernoons cram- ming for child developmenf iesis ancl on pracfice feaching fours. An S.A.E. love held her faiihful and a probing wil' kepi' her in verbal wars. Pos- sessor of a gold siar record for Alpha Chi meef- ing aiiendance, "Slew" 'I'oolc her wriiing and grades wifh "A" marks. 46 DQ' --ev' Neff TJ' Q 5, W 1-, 565 do fQ'b" L -69 'fi' 177 Joyce Adney Gran+ Anderson Kei+h Arfhur Howard Barron Lalvloni' BenneH' Aquilla Allen Sfan Anderson Edifh Ashby Paul E. Barischi Theodore Benson C ii Fred Allen Jay O. Anderson Laurence Auberf William L. Bali' David Benlon SS Russell Allen Aaron Amacher Lurine Anderson Harold Arms+rong John Baker Nadine Ballard Jim Becke'H Delber+ Beecher Ted Bernhisel David A. Bernslein 0 f AARON AMACHER : Budgei' chairman, Aaron had +he prerequisi+e of a Della Phi buf hooked up wilh ihe Pi Kaps. Acfing as 'rheir presidenl' for 'lhe pasl year, he also held down fhe resi- P den? 'ob in Blue Key and Cadel' Coloneled fhe milifa "L l ' ry uni A so one of +he recen+ pm hangers, he was an iniramural s+and-by and aciive ai'- 'lender of Alpha Sigma Nu meeiings. BLANCHE DESCHA MPS: Claims her iwo firsl loves are Alpha Chi and Pi Kap pin and spends school hours on music maior. Her favorile Wed- nesday nighi' pasfime was heading 'rhe proof desk for S'ruden'l' Life generall mixed 'l'h , y wi poinlless iolces and sludy crams. Giving freely of her accompanis'r's +ime, she appeared in piano reclials and served as flrsl aid To LaMar Empey. 48 Don Bingham Thomas Bro'rhersen Eccles Caine Jean Carlos Lillian Coburn Consfance Blair Llewellyn Bodrero Gam Brown Violei Olsen Brown Roberi' P. Caine Richard Call Alemeda Chrisiensen Cloyd Chris+ensen Angelo Collis Marcos R. Cooley George Bradshaw Reed Budge Lael Campbell Lucile Chrisfensen Virgil M. Coombs Roberi' Branges William Buclge Rober+ Campbell Wayne Chrisfensen Fred H. Cornaby C ass of l l Mary Briggs Margueriie Byingion Karrol H. C-apener Jean Clemenls Mary Cos+ley ELLIOT RICH: Here is a prodigy of "Parsons' Parlor." Proud of his Delfa Phi lineage, Elliof found supreme joy in griping af lengfhy Blue Key meefings and earning fhree poinf averages which enfifled him fo a Phi Kappa Phi ribbon. Offen know by his brofhers as fhe "polifical boss,"' he spenf spare hours relafing mission experiences, burden- ing himself wifh lnsfifufe classes and arranging feam infra-mural pracfices. EMMA MARTIN: Claimed by fhe Chi O's fo be one of fheir mainsfays, Emma fook fhe secrefary's knee for prexy Charles Kelley, kepf Alpha Sigma Nu meefings liyely and lafe wifh her breezy conversafion and righfeously earned fhe annual cifizensh-ip award. Claims fhe love and affecfion of a sfalwarf young S.P.E. Admiffedly fond of making elec- fion befs she demanded paymenf for same like a Shylock. 50 QQ any Elmer F. Cox Nedra Dafwyler Eldon Drake Dean Flefcher Clifford Gaynarcl Florence Crane B. Davis Clara Gilman Dunn Jaclc Fowler Delmar A. Gibson 1 Melva Cri+chlow Mark H. Crysfal Beulah Daines Rulh Danielson Mary Decker Ru+h De Lapp Blanche Deschamps Cliflon Dixon Gram' Esplin - H. Dean Eyre Dale Fisher Jay S. Fifzgeralcl Fae Fridal Lydia Fridal Neil Frischlcnechl' Beulah Gancheff Donna Golcl Russell M. Goodman Don R. Gowers Max Green 1: ass of Sl 1-71- ll 2 1 J fi LANE PALMER: Besides ediling +he Siudenl' Life scandal sheer, and acfing as +he 'rhird and lasl' of his iunior class's presiden'l's, Lane 'lakes his Pi Kap inferesfs wiih undispulable vigor and success. Acfing as fralernily vice-presidenf 'Phe pasi' year, and second in command of ihe ROTC unif, "Lanna" also pariakes of Blue Key banquei' food and Alpha Sigma Nu parries. FRED ALLEN: Anoiher Bear River-Sigma Chi- a+hIe're combinaiion, Fred look over 'lhe class presiden+'s job his freshman year and a+hlel'ic flunky iobs The olher lhree. He is generally re- ferred 'ro as "Hog" or "Hubby" and claims +ha+ his advanced milifary uniform is shrinking around fhe middle. Mosi' imporfanf characferisfic is his "vo're for me" smile and numerous leH'erman sweaiers. 52 1 i Vera Griffin Frank M. Hanson CharIo'He Henriod Bernice HuH'quis+ BeH'e Jarvis Harold H. Gullce Leona Hanson Samuel W. Hillon Gwen Hunsaker Homer Jaynes C il Byron F. Haclerlie lvan Haslam Richard Hinchcliff Rufh Hyer Don R. Jeffs John Hall Be+'ry Halch Maye Howell Gwen Hymas Mae Jensen .SS 0 Eleanor Hanks Terrance Halch Norman Howells Evan Iverson William Johnson Vaughn E. Hansen W. W. Healon James R. Huber Dale James HenrieHa Jones f 4 1 'dff,,,,. GRANT CULLIMORE: Anofher of Sigma Chi's a+hle+es, Grani' spends a+hle'ric hours on +he baslceiball floor and exercising army +rainees. Proud of his Big Counfy home, feminine hearf frouble fook a ium-p when he became a husband and marine s'rock fook a rise when he enlis+ed. Ardenf suppor+er of in+ra-mural a+hle+ics, Cullimore ihrows words wilh anybody and wifh unbelievable regularify. GORDON PORTER: Besl' known because of his pene- fraiing and ever-ready wif, fhis highly fouled snooker player ufilizes leisure hours baHing lhe +eam's fennis balls and agi+a1'ing ai' council meefings. Usually af his besi' when he chairmans special evenis "Doc" spends many "moan" hours in Blue Key and Alpha Sigma Nu meelings, and claims +ha'r i'rue genius is above a'Hending classes wiih s+ric+ regularify. 54 Rifa Jones Karma Hill Lace Leon LH1 Ellen Maughan Lamar Monroe l Dell Jorgenson Doro+l'1y Jorgensen Elna Kemp Kalhryn Kirkham Rosella Larkin Clisfa Larsen Imogene Lee Kenneflx G. Lee Kei+h Long Rea Madsen Emma Mar+in George Ma+kin Grace Maxwell Theda McBride - Dean M. McDonald George M. McDonald David Moore Jane Moss Elaine Murdock Guy Murray c ass of 55 Nolrval Kilclwen James W. Lewis Clark Maughan Helen Michaelsen Helen H. Nelson HENR'lETTA JONES: Anofher of fhe Chi O's gals, Henrieffa is an ardenf sfudenf of physical educafion and lasf year's Pi Kap dream girl. Acfive in inframurals, her secref falenfs lie in folk dancing, fencing and hearfy! meals. Can generally be disfinguished because of afhlefic sfride and fancy hairpins. CHARLES KELLEY: Versafile ''You-goffa-puf-feefh-in-i'l"' Kelley will besf be remembered for his famous wresfling execufion of fhe body press and in fhe subsidiary role of sfudenfbody presidenf. Pride of fhe Pi Kaps, Charlie, boomed from presidenf of 'rhe engineers fo head fhe sfudenfs. Generally finds fime fo affend Blue Key meefings and air his gripes af "Bus" Berns'ron's office. ass of i l 5 i ! LaVon Newey Lowell Fredrick P Gordon Porfer Keifh Rees Arch Richards Roberi Nickerson Lynn Page Walfer H. Posner Kenneih Rees Clyde R. Richards -L3 Hor+en Nielsen Lane Palmer Bill Power Ronald C. Reeve Myron M. Richards Wayne B. Nu'r+aII Edi+h Nyman Barbara Perkins Harlow F. Pefersen Oral Pugmire Richard Pugsley Eugene Reeves Lucy Rice Rufh Richads Melva H. Richey 57 Verlene Pace Eldred Pelerson Roma Reber Lloyd Ellioi' Rich Charles Rigby ass of H' was lheir lasl' chance fo prove fhemselves real s'I'uc.len+s of lhe college. The year saw one or l'wo people rise from oblivion and show us how fo run 'rhe school in one easy lesson. They eagerly looked forward lo Phi Kappa Phi announcemenl, +he awards and honors assembly, commence- menl, valecliclory announcemeni. From lhe firsl' of fall +o 'rhe lasl' of spring, lhe seniors were hil' by l'he service. We found oul a lil'+le lal'e lhal fhere were people of no+e in +he class we hacln'+ even gof lo know. 58 Leah Rober+s Maridean Ryberg Francis Schopper Ralph Smilh William E. Speed Jesse S. Robinson Harold J. Roghaar True Roundy Virginia Ryan Moses Samowifz Marian Sander Befh Sanders Jessie Ray Scarfizina Raymond Shaw Wilford Smeding Gwendolyn Smilh Mildred Smilh Alva C. Snow G. Frank Somsen Alma Sonne Jr. Glen Soulier Helen S+ewar'r Phyllis S. Hall Russell Siolcer Gordon Swan 59 HSS 0 There were +wo rrains of fhoughl' a+ +he end of +he year for seniors. Firs+ of all, we saw fhe girls who counled days and hours +iII 'I'hey would be fhrough and on fheir way lo some dis- ranf service camp. On 'l'he ofher side, +here were service- conscious men who personally didn'+ care if school never ended. A lo'l' of fhem bluffed aboul l'heir excessive palriolism, and, alihough mosf of lhem will do all righl' when lhey officially don 'rhe olive drab, a lor were s+ill no+ especially eager +o be on fheir way. The end of four years was a liH'le differenl' +his year, bur if was s+ric'lly in keeping "wi+h 1'he limes." l , l 60 James Tasso Margarel' Todd Verl Wai+e Jack K. Whirlock Goldie M. Woodw Paul Thomas Lee R. Thompson Horace Tremelling Byron Tomlinson Arihur Wallace Beulah Waliher Laurence Whilney Wa.rren Wilson Rufh Worlfon Earl Wynn Dean W. Thorpe Doro+hy Trevorf Dorofhy Wanlass Laihael Winn Donald Zamsow Helen Tillolson Glenn Wahlquisl' Calvin Warnich Vernice Winn Clinfon Zollinger military service called many Lynn Larson Affon Carfer Frances Monfrose Ever since ifs greenling days when under fhe leadership of "Gooser" and "The Beamer," fhe Class of I944 has bragged abouf ifs unequalled pep and class spirif. ln I942-43 iuniors backed up fhaf brag wifh Lyn "Swede" Larson, fhe maesfro of mirfh, quiding "fhe gang" fhrough a series of successful social evenfs, climaxed by fhe Prom . . . "Swede," Affon Carfer, vice- presidenf, and Frances Monfrose, secrefary, sfarfed off fhe year wifh "The Tombsfone Tussle," a wesfern barn dance affair held af fhe iunior high gymnasium. Rex McEnfire was foreman for fhe evenf which came com- plefe wifh sfraw, pofenf cider and doughnufs . . . Soon affer fhe Prom, fhe class was sfruclc a heavy blow when almosf I00 of ifs leading members were called fo acfive service by 'l'he Enlisfed Reserve Corps and fhe Air Corps. "Swede," sfill wearing his perpefual grin, was caughf in fhe currenf and ended u-p in Easl' Garland on a farm deferrmenf af fhe end of fhe winfer quarfer . . . The class remained leaderless for fhe resf of fhe year, buf nof unfil if had esfablished ifself as definifely fhe class of campus leaders. 62 rom junior ranks c ass of 44 JOE ANDERSON: "Goozer" Joe is fypified besf by his fhree-year sfrefch wifh fhe council and passionafe fies . . . Acfing as social chairman for fhe year, Joe affends IK meef- ings regularly, rafes ace high wifh fhe independenfs, and brags abouf his maficiously shined shoes. Aclcnowledged as fhe friend of fhe common man, and hafer of fhings convenfion- al, Joe claims and pracfices fhaf if is beffer fo campaign all your life rafher fhan iusf before elecfions. i AFTON CARTER: A perpefu- al candidafe -for sfudenfbody offices, "Carf" is one of fhe "boarders" af fhe Alpha Chi house and possessor of a "C" gas rafion sfamp wifh a Buick fhrown in. Claims fhaf her affernoons are filled wifh re- quired labs in her diefefics maior and her evenings filled wifh phone calls and dafes wifh various admiring males. . . . . Affon fools around wifh some home ec honorary and her vice-presidenf's office in fhe junior class. 64 Alice Aclcroyd Mildred Ashcroff Rowene Bafes Shirley Bishop Don Bowen Florence Adams Margaref Barfholome Mildred Belisle Elizabefh Blair Edward Boyle Jeanne Allen Glen C. Barre'l"r Sierling Bench Roberi' Blakeley Lewis Briggs Wells Judd Allred Allsop Doroihy George A. Barlow Barfon Clair Ariel Bello Bernison PiaH Raymond Bliss Bond Hyrum Charles Bringle Beuhler Winifred Amacher Marjorie Baieman Marie Berry Margery Booih Maxine Burgoyne l Roberl' Arnell 4 Virginia Baieman Dean R. Bingham Arrhur Glen John Shave Campbell Cannell Carlile Bosan Vernon Beri' Jack Elizabe-H1 C. Carlson Caseman Chafelain Barlow ' ' ' 65 c ass of 44 LYN LARSEN: Pi Kap flash, noi from Garland, bul' 'From Easr Garland, Swede, slings 'I'he sporfs iargon in Sfudeni Life and fhe Deserei News besides holding down +he presiden'r's iob for his class. Frequenily found in rhe Owl picking up his mail, Lyn lakes his aciiviiies irafernily seriously . . . He shows inl'eres'r in his iournalism classes. ANNE RYAN: Chi Omega's presideni' of lhe AWS, Ann represenis efficiency plus. Reasonably quief and full of sage sayings, Anne fakes her iniramurals seriously and her boy 'Friends wiih a grain of salt One of fhe fhree gals elecied fo lhe I943-44 s+uden+ council, she is besi 'rypified by her cool reserve manners and her friendly smile. 66 Widisoe Checkeifs Erwin R. Crosbie Avon DeVree Virginia Ericksen Garih Galloway Phyllis Cullim Ursula Domi Joy Evans Veva I r Gam . r x ! i Y Joyce ris'I'ensen Orin Dance Lorene onaldson ariorie Farr illiam R. odfrey Donald Coop John S. Daniels Gail Duncan Josephine Foulger Faye Goodsell Befh Corry Harold DeLaMare Waller Durfshi Farrel J. Francom Marian Graff Donald B. Cox Danniel Dennis . Phyllis Eclcersell Gene Funk Claude W. Granl' Jean Crawford Charles Despain Elsie Embry Frank R. Galida Helen Grix 67 Lausanne Dennis Reid Gudmunclson Hall Hall Morna Jay Cloma Hunsalcer Hamilfon Hammond C BURNS CROOKSTON: Burns carried +he name of "Pan+her" up from his youfhful days a+ Logan high, and claims he inherifed his afhleiic abiliiy from his "Pop." He wore a differenl a+hle+ic swearer every day in 1'he week. Freshman class secreiary, sophomore prexy and currenf publica+ions chairman on fhe s+uden+ council all came under 'I'he headings of du+y for his pride, +he Sigma Chi. AUDREY HOUCHEN: Souihern U'lah's gill' fo Uiah S'I'a+e, Audrey buddies around wiih ihe Chi O's and +he junior prom commiHee. Anoiher of fhe regular sororily candi- daies, she claims lhai' lhe old alma ma'I'er, BAC, was good for her. She generally spends a good share of her lime in English classes and in spare momenis sporfing a recenrly acquired diamond from likeable Gail Duncan. ass of 44 68 . 'iw I 4 Y - Jay Hancey Louis Hickman Opal Isom June Larsen Addie Lund Emeline B Harris Alda Hinion Boyd w. Jacobsen Lyn Larson Alvin Mackay Virginia Harris Melvin Holley Be'Hy Jensen Alma C. Lawrence Elizabeih Manning Wendell Harris Jack Horion Ruih Marie Jensen Roberf A. Lawrence James Mariin Keifh Haws Audrey Houchen Alfa Johnson Harold Lindsay William B. Mar+in BeH'y Hendricks Bruce Howard 'Russell T. Johnson Lorraine Linke William W. Marsden Richard Herrick Lillion Hunfer Helen Kimball Rollins Loselchin Maudie Ma'I'hews 69 C ass of 44 JACK ANDERSON: A perpefual flunky for fhe afhlefes. McGraw managed an unsuccessful foofball feam his sophomore year and a successful prom in his iunior. Back- slapper and handshaker, Jack debafes and hangs his pin. Recenfly furned religious, he cooks his own meals and af- fencls Pi Kap meefings regularly. He expresses confinual opfimism fhaf fhe marines will win fhe war and fhaf he is nof really going bald. REX McENTlRE: One of Weber's fransfers, Mac hooked up wifh fhe SAE's and was hooked for fhe junior prom commiffee righf off fhe baf. Acfive in dramafics and a masfer of assembly ceremonies, Rex is somefimes referred fo as fhe sucfion kid because of his abilify fo gef along wifh his profs. He claims fhaf he is only a iunior buf his soffall playing classes him as a posf grad or alumnus. 70 Elwood Mickelsen Jay - Myers Eldon Pace Jeane Pugmire Geor e B. 9 Robinson Roberf Nash Ray Parfrid Lila Ralp Opal Roger: rson D. Mohlman Joy. Nelson Winona Pelerson Dorofhy Redfield Edwa.rd Roskelley Hazel Moore Beverly Nicholas Calder PickeH Marylene Reeve Lucile Roylance Gordon Moses Rex Nielson Jacques Pinkard Marion Richards Verla Rudeen Velda Murdock John K. Noyes Glen J. Presion James Robb Anne Ryan Wilford Murray Jean Olsen Franklyn Pugmire Dale Robbins Dean Sargenl 7I La Jean Paul Lucille Sessions Sharp Shepherd Daryl Evan F. JBIYISS Simons Skeen Skidmore C ass of 44 ln midyear elecfions, Jack "McGraw" Anderson was elecfed I943 Prom chairman wilh Rex McEn+ire, Chuck Goodwin, Calder Piclceff, Lausanne Gudmundsen, Audrey Houchen and Jean Crawford as commiH'ee members. The enfire sludenl body really goi' in fhe mood a'I' 'l'he "Moonligh'l' Mood," wilh Ray Mace and his KDYL-NBC orcheslra furnishing Prom rhyihms. 72 Joyce Slack Richard L. Sievens Lyman Tarloelf Janeal Ville? Ray Wilson Donna Smirh June Sioclcs Ca+herine Taylor Helen Wadworl Thella Wilson E+hel E. Smi1'l'1 Merl Siokes Roger Taylo.r Gerald Welker llean ooclbury Evelyn Smiih Eva Srucki Glen C. Terry Ray Wendel Doris Wrighr C Gordon Smilh Lund Siucki Anna Theurer George N. Wes+on Elved Wriglrl Lois June Marie Smi+l1 Sorensen Tony Rufla Su+icl1 Swenson Byron Viola Turner Veibell Sianley Mona While Wilson Spencer Kennefh WayH' Zirlcer HSS 0 sophomores ar Firsf fhey were here-fhen fhey weren'f. Thaf was fhe sfory of sophomore class members during l942-43. Un- doubfedly fhey suffered heaviesf in membership losses as many of fhe "sophs" were foo lafe in ioining fhe reserve and were iusf fhe righf age for fhe draff. Again, fhe maior parf of basic Enlisfed Reserve Corps men who leff in April were sophomores . . . Ray Lufz, a nafive Loganife, was class 'prexy as fhe year opened, wifh Dorofhy Nielson as vice-presidenf, and Jackie Baugh, secrefary. Before fhe year was over, all had wifhdrawn from college. Darwin Bell sfepping up fo fill Lufz's unexpired ferm and direcf fhe class during spring quarfer . . . Maior class acfivify of fall quarfer was fhe sponsoring of fhe Soph Sfamp Sfomp on November 6 in fhe Armory. Fiffy dollars in sfamps and bonds were raffled off fo holders of winning fickefs . . . Bell chairmanned a highly suc- CH Ray Luiz Dorofhy Nielson Darwin Bell cessful canyon parfy held early in April af fhe Girls' Camp in Logan canyon, soffball, games and refreshmenfs being 'lhe order of fhe day . . . Wearers of guards- man blue class sweafers, fhe sophs boasfed an exfremely sfrong represenfafion on fhe l942 foofball aggregafion. 74 ng in lin LAMAR EMPEY: Here is a 'prod- ucl' of Carbon couniy. Possessor of hidden faleni' on fhe violin, La Mar look over 'lhe public service chairman's iob ihis year. Aciive in class acfiviries, he was an er- raiic affender of Pi Kap meeiings and an inhabi+an+ of +he Alpha Chi house. His 'iwo proud posses- sions are a pair of genuine Mex- ican shoes and a semi-musician's haircuf. Roberi' Kay BeHy Desmond Adamson Adney Anderson Grani' Augusi' Barzee A'l'hay Auberi' Barker Day L. Richard Bernice BasseH Baieman BaH' , ,xgz 1-.,-., .- , x Q ,- ,flf w . F 1 J i f ' . 'V 'r 1 l l 5 ' ill - L ' . ' 43.57 2 'iw ri' DOROTHY NIELSON: Pigeon- foed, horse riding fiend and vice- presideni of boih her 'irosh and sophomore class . . . +ha+'s Doroihy Nielson. Possessor of a bewilch- ing smile, 'rhe +i+le of swee+hear+ of Sigma Chi pasi, she owes al- legiance fo +he Alpha Chi's and a Pi Kap love. Mosi disiinguishing iouch is her brighf clofhing and awards assignmenl' on ihe council. Lucinda Belva Garih Anderson Andrus Anhder Blauer Palsy Gerald Bangerfer Barber Barker an V Frank R. Darwin Baieson Bauman Bell C H Peggy Bennion Dorolhy Bradshaw Melba Call Rulon C. Chrislensen Spencer Bennion O'DeII B. Bradshaw Donald J. Campbell J. Keller Chrislenson ss of4 5 Lloyd Benion Leah J. Broclcbank Virginia Carlson Frances Chrisfiansen Donna Bergeson Howard J. Broderick Alan Carler J. Y. Chrisfiansen Gordon Bigler Keilh Brough Shirley Casper Belh Clark 77 Archie Bischoff Leland J. Brown Boyd Chrisiensen Alan Clawson Harold Blaser Raphael Brugger Dale M. Chrisfensen Lloyd Y. Clawson Willis Bonlsik Owen Burnham lrma Chrisrensen Ruby Collard 'f':7"9 v' X - N lv Y -- Y l ,yi L' ? 'v I--W Q.-,gg Y. A i , J Y ' fa , .,:,,: M U ic' J' 123 . - i V 5- ' ,:, , , .1i..iG2 W- 3525 ll ' ml, ' ,,I Fifi A f?5,5gig'izLf MARTHA PETERSON: Besf known as Spur presidenl, Marfha also owes allegiance fo fhe Chi Omega gals. Alfhough AWS secrefary's job fook mosf of her 'Free hours, she sfill found enough hours fo puf in a shiff af fhe lnsfifufe. Sfudenfbody vice-presi- denf elecf, she is besf disfinguished by her cool smile, warped puns and friendly conversafion. Edward Marvel William Cook Cooley Coombs Roberf F. Barbara Gene Crowfon Curfis Dalfon Mary Olga Lois Dillman Dofson Downs JERRY OLSON: Genuinely modesf, Jerry did whaf had never been done before when he became Buzzer edi- for his freshman year. Generally baffing down "A's" in his chem maior, he fook over fhe job again fhis year affer a Vagabond summer in Mexico. lndependenf in acfion, fermed by women as suave, Jerry is besf remembered for his remarkable dreams, specfacular film shofs, and unshined shoes. Frank Cafherine Ted Cope Cory Crawford Jack J. Lucille Evan Dalfon Danielson Dasfrup Vera Thomas Gerald Dubach Duchin Duncan C il ss of Barbara Dunn Bernell Evans Boyd Gessel Quenlin Hicken William J. Durranl Reva Fielding Herberl' Glesson Dol' Hickman Denl' Duslin Doris Filzgerald Mary Leone Haighl' Wesley Hill David Egberl' Jack Fifzgerald Roberi' L. Halshorn Dorolhy Hiss Ray Ellison Richard Follcerson Cleone Hansen Donald Hobbs 79 LaMar Jay Em pey England Roma Kay Freeman Frischnechl Bruce Vail F. Harmon Hall' Wallace Dean Eros Hughes Hunsaker Lloyd Ericlcerson Viva Funk Slerling Hayward Angus H. Hyer LEW LIVINGSTON: More Pi Kap falenf, Lew held down one of fhe fhree-year council posfs before going fo fhe air corps. He was generally seen wearing a cue-ball coiffure and wifh a bruneffe from Ogden. Summers were spenf herding sheep, nighfs playing poker and sfudying and imbe- fween hours worrying abouf his JERRY WELKER: A smoofhie of fhe SAE's was Jerry. Transferring here from Weber, he was besf known for his dramafic abilify buf also displayed falenfs of a Cassa- nova. Proudesf possessions were snappy fies, sleek hair and big feef. Noforious as an ace apple shiner, Jerry fook if upon himself fo be fhe Aggie giff fo fhe awards assignmenf n fhe council. women. Marjorie J. Carl Roy Calvin Charifon Margaref Thomas S Hyer Hylfon lrick Jacobs James James Harrief Charles LaMar Granf Orfell Nolan J. M. Jensen Jensen Jenkins Jenne MacJensen Jensen Eula James W. Junior Sfuarf Alfa Bonna Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Jolly Jones C il SS 0 f William L Jones Roberl' T. Krueger Be'H' Lou Lindyholm Arnold Mecham Reva Judd La Ree Lamb Lewis Livingsion Merle Meclwam Cyril Kea rl Howard Lamborn Ka'l'ie Loosle Venna Michaelis LaRue Kearsley Ella Laney Doroihy Lundahl Donna Mickelson Gwen Keeich Clair Larsen Ray Lu'l'z Jerry R. Milligan Hoyl' Kelley Nedra Larsen Lenora ' McGregor Priscilla Milligan Anne Kennedy Norman Lee Dave McMullin Beverly Miner Delberl Kidman Virginia Lee Bill McMurdie Ralph Morlensen OLGA DOTSON: Pride of 1'he inde- pendenfs is songs'I'ress Olga. Claim- ing her 'Firs+ love is "Johnny," she spends her exlra pennies in up-keep on a Spur uniform and buying music. From Logan s'rock, she +ook over 1'he feminine lead in "RigoleHo" and a candy vendor's box a+ +he foofball RAY LUTZ: Pi Kap presidenl' of +he sophomores and a possessor of a dry subfle humor-+ha+ is Ray. Excess money is spenl on cleaning bills on his IK sweafer and buying over- sized iangle chains. Ray habilually wears obnoxious bow 'lies and an uncombed head of hair. games. Boyd L. Veda Mae Olive Moulion Munk Nelson Doroihy Dale J. Thomas Nielsen Nielsen Nielson Mac D. Nagel D. Naomi Orison Palmer Parrish Vona Vee Millon S. Jay Nelson Nielsen Nielsen Howard Billie Jean Jerry Nielson Nixon Olson Mor+on Grace Mike Parrish Pos'l'ma Pekar C il SS 0 f 5 Marfha Peferson Dale Rasmussen Fern E. Robinson Wanda Schow Gerald Plowman Jo Redd Larry B. Rogers Sarah Schuler Edi+h Pond Wyman Redd Roberi Roser Mae Schwarh Roma Poole Afion Reeve Wendell Roskelley Linden Seamons Leonard W. 'Presiwich Gale A. Reed Mavis Roundy David Self John R. Price Ru1'h Marie Richardson Roberi' L. Safran Douglas Shelfon Arlene Proberi' James L. Roberis Lyman Salisbury Ben L. Slack John R. Rawlins Burfon Robinson Glen W. Sa.rgen+ Alice Smiih C Don J. Smifh Gweneih Sfeffensen Hazel Sfoddard Arnold Taylor ii Odessa Smifh Frank D. Sfephens Lyngby A. Sfoker Dell Elwin Taylor ss of Gladys Snapp Verlin C. Sfephens Gerrald Sfromberg Harold R. Taylor Alice Snooks Margarei Sfephensen Harold LeSueur Daren Blanchard Gar+h Sorensen Fred Siewa rl' Be'H1 Swenson Elaine Byingion Roberl' L Sorensen Ned D. Sfocks Clair C. Swenson William Lea'l'ham Sherma Sfanfill Carl Ray Sioddard Don N. Swenson Loyal Seeholzer 84 Lorin B. Taylo.r Leah Wadley Blaine K. Welling Rosalie Wolf C James Alan Thomas Ilene Wai'l'e Gene B. Welsh Rulon Woodbury Granl A. Thompson Salome Walch Cyril C. Wha'l'coH Kennelh L. Woodward EIS Le Roy Thompson Udell Wankier Mary Whi+e John Wrigley S Slayner Thompson LaVar A. Ware Raymond WhiH'alcer Daniel Zohner 0 La.rene Toone Dewaine C. Washburn Edna Willie Milldred Zollinger Beverly Tripp Dorolhy Mae Walerson Lloyd Wilson Nalhan Zollinger Maslon L Trol"l'er Kalhryn Weeks Wanda Winn Orson J. Zollinger f 5 new era begins --A-vmmwyvw--7 -f-- . Y v--1 ' ' eeszfssge- fi, , ii Dan Ludlow Adelle Young Helen Brunson Budding Morgenfheaus or iunior minufe-men mighf be fifles subscribed fo freshmen members who under fhe leadership of Dan Ludlow disfinguished fhemselves asf sfamps and bonds salesmen in a midyear campaign which neffed more fhan SI,000 for Uncle Sam's war coffers . . . Ludlow became greenling prexy during fhe regular Ocf- ober elecfion, his co-elecfees being Adelle Young, vice- presidenf, Helen Brunson, secrefary and Reese Allen and Beverly Nelson, cheer leaders. Like ofher classes, fhe freshmen were leff leaderless before fhe year was ouf, Reed L. Nielsen succeeding Ludlow as presidenf when fhe laffer was draffed in March . . . Under Nielsen's pre-army inducfion leadership, fhe frosh again fook over fhe campus fo sponsor fhe annual freshman week during fhe firsf week in May. Elecfion of freshman queen, sponsoring of fhe sfudenfbody assembly and dance and issuing of fhe fresh- man edifion of Sfudenf Life were high-wafer marks in fhe ebb of fhe week's evenfs . . . Class socializing began af fhe gef-acquainfed dance in fhe Main Hall on fhe eve of fall quarfer regisfrafion which saw sophomores and upperclassmen horning in from posfs under fhe clock and eafing doughnufs on perches on fhe Main sfairs. ' V Merifs for besf assembly of fhe year. 86 f or the freshmen class of REESE ALLEN: Lilce brolher "Hog," Reese pulls for Sigma Chi's. One of l'he cheer kings, he look morale dulies seriously and slaved for 'Frosh class. His biggesl' regrel in life is lhe "non-eggless" A day assembly. He is idenlified by sleek hair, willingness lo 'lallc and Bear River brouge. BEVERLY HOLMGREN: Blonde blizzard 'From Bear River, Bev, flaunls a KD pin and a brighl smile. Aclive in class aclivilies, her spare lime is spenl' in worrying over classes she doesn'+ sludy and reading in melhods 'lo ward off 'l'he males. Proudesl possessions are her swealer colleclion, perfecl record for being in al I a.m. and varied disposilion. 88 46 Marvin Abrams Bill Anderson Lois Bair Barwin Barlcer Lynn J. Bellows Selh A. Bills Hal R. Adair Eloise Anderson Bealrice Bair Owen Barlschi Bernice Bennion Lynn Bingham Lynn Adams George Anderson Fred T. Baird Lee Roy Ba rlon Marjorie Bennion Marwood Bingham garei' ams Roy el'S0n ne Rae ker soe M. srian ise nson arol rch Reese K. Allen Erma Andrus Wendell M. Baker Dean Baie James Benson Harvey Bird Helen Allred Elwin Arnell Ausfin Baldwin Helen Baugh Garry Benfley Afion BiH'on Hugh B. Allred Lloyd Ashcrofl' Oral Ballam Rufh Baxfer Shirley Bernfson Rufh Bischoff Ray Alvord Berniece Afwood Delwin Balls Dale Bello Gene Beufler Oris G. Black Leah Amacher Lowell Ba bco ck Dalma Barkdull J. C. Bellows AnneHe Biclcmore Fay H. Blair Norma Blo'H'er Gloria Boudrero Dean Bradshaw ., Verle R. Bohman Beri' Boyson Rae Brinley class of GORDON SCHWANEVELDT: A Logan boy whose bro'l'her's foofsleps were good enough for him, "Swan" pledged SAE. Claiming dislincfion of having a smarl polilical machine behind him, he is besl remembered for his "Gen1'leman Jim" hair, inframural prowesses, modesf manner and "lpana" smile. JENNA VEE LUNDAHL: Logan Alpha Chi Jenna Vee, plays 'lhe masculine field, wears a 'Friendly smile, dispufes rumors i'ha+ she doesn'+ siudy and spends spare nickels buying friends cokes. She is besl idenlified by blonde hair, collegiale clo'l'hes, heavy books, and volumnous acquainlances. 90 Jesse H. Brown Lyle C. Call David 4 6 Carrigan Homer Chrislensen Lew Cook Nancy Croolcs+on ,s- Ralph R. Brown Rulon W. Call Barbara Carfer Sheron Chrisiensen Wayne J. Coombs Elaine Cullimore Roberi' Brown S+ephen Call Philip Carfer McRay Cloward Donald Cooper Odell B. Culler Lyma n Bruce Gran'l' allisier Bernice Chader alvin G. Clyde irginia Cooper olan H. Daines Barbara Ann Dean C. Budge Bushnell William Marie Capner Cardon Fae Veda Chadwick Chadwick Rufh Violei' M. Clyde Collman Es'I'is B05 Copen Cork Harold W. Lynn Dance Davis Royal Keiih BuH'ers Marian Carlisle Carol Cherringron Corene Condie Siella Coumas Owen Dean La Nae BuHers Ella Jean Carlson Enid Chivers Dudley Cook Clair Cowley George Degles 9I Larson Caldwell Irene Carlson Boyd Chrisfensen Emerson Cook Richard E. Cowley David Deschamps Erhelyn Dixson Jerry Dunn Mon'l'e Edison l Virginia Dixon Jayne Dunn Joyce Egberl' Rex Dunford Willard Dump Charles Edwards class of BOB PRESTON: Anolher Pi Kap 'From Logan High, Bob spenl spare lime paling around wi'rh Sl'uden+ Life's socielry edilor and scriblaling secre'lary's noles al fral meelings. Of no lil'+le acfing abilily, he 'look up parl of his evenings wi'lh LiHle Thealer roles. He proudly possesses a broad smile, resounding voice and 'lwo luxes. BARBARA PAULSON: Alpha Chi's Barb is generally seen wilh a pair of be-ribboned piglrails and a semi-freclcled smile. One of lhe pivols of sororily polilical machine, she scrawls for Sludenl' Life and claims il' isn'l a wasle of lime. Her friendliness does nor inferfere wil'h her sludious- ness and she mainlains lhal' 24 is alaoul l'he righl' number of hours in a day. 92 Pauline EllioH' Bernard Feinberg Richard 4 6 Frandsen Garn Gilber Glendon J. Guymon Bellron Hancey Dean Ellis Clarence Felix Parlcer Fronlc Jack La Rell Gilberl Merl Greenhalgh Roland Hancey Charles M Englserg Slanley Feulner Rex Fuhriman Gene Clark LeRoy Gregory Don H. Hansen 'l'hon 'from uise eld Olson eller hur laser ea n liffin oris nnsen Quinn Eskelsen Lowell S. Flamm Kaye Funk Charles W. Godfrey Tommy Gruwell lvean Hansen Charles Eubanlc William Flory Wamofh Gardner Hen.ry Gordon Affon Hall John R. Hansen LaRue Evans Ray Forman DeVar Geary Ward C. Gordon Lurel Hall Lornell Hansen Tom Evans Jeanne Forsgren Elaine Gancheff Byron Gunn Gail S. Halvorsen Roland Hansen McKay Farrer Nellie Francom Mar'orie Geddes Verlon P. Gunnell S+anley Hanks Barbara Hardman Eugene Harrison Lucille Halfch Verlin Haws Raymond Haslam Barbara Haws Kale Healon Ge-rald S Haich Frank Haws Leonard Helmick class of BEVERLY NELSON: Amblin' Bev indulges in fem bulldogs, lengrhy bull sessions and some Alpha Chi meefings. A Spur elec+ and a spor'r delux, her greaiesi worry is +o locaie l'he Arrow Club, and keep her 'lennis racquel sfrung. Claims her one ialeni' is drawing PeH'y's girls and spends summers herding her pa-ppy's sheep. Her favorife pasiimes are swimming, riding "hosses," and eaiing a'r irregular hours. MARIAN CARLISLE: Co-socieiy ediior for S'luden'r Life, Mickey chan+s "College" a+ 'relephone swifchboard and backs +he Chi O's. Tells moron jokes in 'rhroaiy voice, aciive in class aciivifies and "A" scholar, besl' lypify appareni' acfions. ls proudesl of her unshined shoes, afhlefic coordinaiion and boy friend. She was chosen as +he dream girl of Pi K. A. for 'rhe coming year. 94 46 Vicior Hammond Shirley Hillam Phillip L. Hulme Granl' Hyer Kaiherine Jenkins Dean K. Johnson Kei'l'h L. Henrie Amy Hillyard Farrell Humphreys Pauline Hyer Thomas Jenkins Leo G. Johnson BeH'y Hermansen Roberi' Hinds Farren Hunsaker James H. Ingersoll Donald R. Jensen Mardenne Johnson Fenion D. Herschi Lee Wray Hobbs Leon Hunsaker Verl J. Iverson Ma.ry Louise Jensen Nason M. Johnson LaVon Kaihryn Herzog Hess Joy Beverly Hollingshead Holmgren Margarei' Hurren Gayle Jacobsen Rober+ W. Jensen Jenkin Jones Dan Hill Lloyd Hoopes Barbara Hulchins Donna Janzen Malcolm Jeppsen Ray Jorgensen Kalhryn Hill Nola Hoo pes Rufh Hulchins Grani- Jardine Russell L. Jewell' William M. Judd 95 Lilafh R Hill Nelda Huber Earl Hyer Clarke Jenkins Evadeane Johns Jack Kirlc Slearus Kilfoyle Ralph Ko'Her Barbara Laney Belly Lou Kimball Kaihryn Kuhni Verl La nsion Norene Knuzler Dorolhy Lamb Joseph , Lawrence "unix, Near' i Neil Monroe Edsel Murphy Connie Nelson l Johnie Rowena Munz Murdock Doro+l1y Beverly Myers Nelson Lee Helen Nelson Nilson f class of 46 Norene Larson Cordell Lundahl Dora Mangum Gordon 'Maughan Bonnie MacFarland Marjorie Miller Roberl' Lee Jenna Vee Lundahl Mariorie Mangum Kenneflw B. Maughan Richard McQuire Elizabeih Moore Seymour Lieclrly Hariley Lundgreen Glenn Manning Lowell Maughan Evan Mecham Zina Moore Newel ' Linford Ralph Lundslrom Arlo Marcusen Shirley Maughan Clifford Merrill Arlene Morgan Owen Lilz Clisbee Lyman Jackie Marquardson Virginia Maughan Lucille Merrill Davis B. Morrill Merlene Lowell Roberl' Machins John M. Marsden Genevieve May Donald J. Melcalf Shardon Morrill Frank H. Lowrey Thelma Mae Greaves Nick Mascaro Cla rissa M cAlis+er Joseph H. Meyer Dorofhy Morfensen Daniel June Ludlow Lund Sarabelh John L. Mackay Malmberg Celia Alice Malhews Maughan Val J. Joseph McClellan McCowin Norman W. Calvin Mills Miles Lyle B. Sylvia Loraine Moss Moss Edwin Bruce Reid Redford Reese Rice Barbara May Vernon R. J. Richards Richards Rickenback Luana Charles Elaine Ripplinger Roos Roberis class of 415 Merrell Nelson Marian Olsen Barbara Jane Parkinson Alan J. Pe+erson Twylla Pocock Kenneih Rasmussen Rolf A. Nelson Worfh Orion Beih Partridge Don Pelerson Jay D. Poulsen Ann Ra+h Joseph Pele: Doro Pugn Evang Wayne W. Nelson Marvin Pack Roberla Paul M iles Pe+erson lla Mae Pugmire Gordon Redd Calvin Neilsen Mavis Page Barbara Paulson Richard Peferson Ronald V. Pu.rser William Redd Richard Nielsen Leon Paice Geraldine Paxfon Wil burn PickeH Larry Quale Wyman Redd Farrell Nielsen Daphne Painfer Laurie Pearson Edward W. Pike Eugene Rallison Dale Reese Nedra Jean Francis M. Nielson June Pa pworlh Alvin Pendlel-on Cleone Pixron George C Ramach Rollo Richards 99 Norr Jay Park Joseph Perkins Roberf de Presl-on Gar+h A. Rasmussen Douglas Ryan Ennid Roberis Merrill Roberfs Bill Robins llene Robins Rhea D. Robinson Ardin Robins Verna Roundy Allen Rozsa Bill Ryan Calvin Sandberg James C. Sandberg Jeane Sani- MarDean Saunders Dee Lon Savage Koleen Schaub Jack Scherbel William Sears Peggie Serpa Val Simpson Don E. Smifh LaVor L. Smifh Maxine Smiih Sherman Smiih Theron Eldon Smi'I'h Theron Smilh Jr. Thiel Smilh Waller M. Smiih Roberi R. Sneddon Allen H. Sorensen Fern Sorenson Harry So+eras Harold G. Spaclcman lla Spaclcman Ted Sfanford Harman C. Sieed Naomi Sreele E. Sferling Sfephens Blanche Sfewari' Kafhleen Si'ewar'I' Gwendolyn Sfoclc Ann Lee Siraie Willard Sfucki Dee Summers Befh Swainsion Elberi' Sweefon Clair C. Swenson Karl Tail' Doro'l'hy Tanner William R. Tanner Lawrence C. Taylor Lawrence H. Taylor Mariorie Taylor Roberi' Terry Melvin Thalman Jacqueline Thaxfon cal a ss of 4 6 Howard Thiessen Elmer Wesfon Wahlslrom BeH'e Weaver Keilh Weyland Leland Williams Rene A. Wolf Hu Peggy Thorpe Loraine Walker Calvin Webb Sa bra Wha+co'l"r Beafrice Willie Dale Wilford Noreen Cafherine Valeene Harvey Tingey Treai' Twi'l'chell Vorrhees Ruih Warren Maynard C. Darrell Wall Wallers Wankier Ward Bob Floyd James Josephine Welch Wells Wells Wendelboe Louise Roberl' Freeman Jean Whiibey While Wilcox Wilcox John .. James D. Joy Ruih Willis Wilson Wilson Wilson Doris Eugene Sferling Twila Wrighl' Wrighi' WyaH' Yearsley Elma Wadsworlh LaVere Wareing Faye Wennergren Duane Wilden Glade Wingef Adelle Young Alberl' Wagsfaff Kafhryn Warr Josephine Wesl' Lenora Wilkie Barbara Winn Mark Zohner Agnes Wahlsirom Calvin WaHs Wes'l'on Daw Ken Williams Paul K. Wiser Budd Zollinger .I , I there are activities Wifh an eye 'l'oward an inviiafion fo an upper crusi honorary or maybe iusi' 'rhe awards an honors banquei, a few war-minded Uiah Siafers 'look on some exfra dufy. Some were inclined ioward melodramafics, and imifaied Hayes and Cornell in endless school plays. Oihers deba+ed, aniicipaiing 'rrips 'ro infer-collegiaie meeis. Pub- licafions drew in iournalisfs, business minds and iypisis, and mosl' of 'lhem vacillaied Siudeni Life and Buzzer in indecisive 'fashion as 'lhe iradifional paper-annual fued vanished. Bui' deparfmenfal and major ac+ivi+ies probably 'look over more sfudenis 'lhan anyfhing, wiih engineers, ag men, foresiers, home ec girls and siill more 'lighiing io sponsor weeks, dances and queens. IO2 for points, fun and honor Affer 50 years on fhe campus and having served and served well ifs peace-'lime purpose of furnishing milifary fraining fo all physically fif male sfudenfs who en- rolled af college, fhe Reserve Officers Training Corps unif bowed ouf fhis year fo fake ifs place in hisfory for fhe dura- fion . . . Early in April a direcfive was received from fhe war deparfmenf ordering fhe fransfer of fhe ROTC unif on fhe campus from fhe coasf arfillery branch of Uncle Sam's milifia fo fhe anfi- aircraff division. Buf prior fo fhaf fime basics and advanced sfudenfs received much fraining on coasf arfillery ploffing boards, range finding devices and similar posifion finding mechanisms . . . Headquarfers for fhis fraining was fhe ploffing room in fhe milifary building where felephones, fime inferval a-parafus, and various dafa correcfion boards en- able frainees fo assimilafe field condifions almosf in fheir enfirefy. Below: Major Eldon Sfock ifly years of r. 0. t. c. at Mosf of fhe basic gunnery and posifion finding principles faughf were applicable fo heavy arfillery in ofher branches of fhe service and were consequenfly valued highly by fhe sfudenfs as fhey enfered acfive dufy . . . Though fhe enroll- menf in ROTC classes dropped from more fhan I000 fall quarfer fo less fhan 400 spring quarfer, fhe sfress of 'lraining increased much as would have been expecfed af a regular army camp. "The Colonel," a fifle used wifh highesl' respecf by fhe enfire campus, af mid-year passed from Colonel Mafhew A. Cross, fo Lieufenanf Colonel Ben B. Blair, former regimenfal adiufanf and new unif com- mander . . . A commissioned officer sfaff fhaf numbered seven was reduced fo fhree by fhe end of spring quarfer . . . Lieufenanfs Mark J. Holmes and Paul E. Grace were also fransferred fo dufies elsewhere . . . Colonel Blair's fwo remaining sfaff members dur- ing spring quarfer were Capfain Phillip A. Bullen and Lieufenanf J. Rennell Smifh . . . Non commissioned sfaff officers during fhe year included Sergeanfs An- drew Daley, Wellwood E. See, and Charles J. Cazaza who leff in January for acfive dufy and Charles A. Moore, Reed C. Richardsen, Theodore R. Rogers, and Clifford Sawher. Below, leff: Capfain Phillip A. Bullen. Cenferz Sergeanfs Moore, Richardsen, Rogers, and Sawher. Righf: Lieufenanf J. Rennell Smifh. u t 6 h S Il H it 6 Lieufenanf Colonel Ben B. Blair labove and Colonel Mafhew A. Cross prospective front-liner 1 Every Tuesday and Thursday meanl drill day for +he cadels who "fell in" on ihe quad or in +he sfadium and spenl' an hour pracficing fool' movemenis, marching in cadence, wilh Navy and Marine reserv- isfs muffling lheir gripes aboui' "wha+ an oulfil' 'rhe army was" . . . A full regimenl of rhree baHalions and nine baH'eries was available Through fall quarfer regislralion, bul by spring cadef officers from a single barralion could handle +he infanrry drill. Consequenlly 1'he baH'alion slaffs 'l'ook 'l'heir Turns al' drill, calesrhenics, and pracfice on +he 40 m.m., an au+oma'l'ic weapon wilh a record for spilling hol' lead a+ 'lhe rale of l20 rounds per minule wi+h mighly effec+ive resulrs. Scholarship in regular college work, inieresi' in and apfifude for milifary science and mili'I'ary physique and bearing were poin'rs lhai' weni' heavily in 'Favor of Aaron Amacher when he was appoin'I'ed +o lhe covered Cade? Colonel posf early in December . . . The announcemenf of cadef rank- ings ai' fhe fall cade'r hop climaxed fhree years of compefifion for second advanced men . . . To Lane Palmer wenl 'l'he +i+le of Cadef Lieufenani' Colonel and regimenlal execufive wi1'h Max Rogers re- ceiving The rank of major and regimenlal adiufanl' . . . Cade? lieu'I'enan'l' colonel rankings also wem' 'lo Moses Samowilz, Ted Benson, and Kennefh Lee, who were ap- poinfed firsf, second, and 'l'hird ba'I"I'alion commanders, respecfively. Though cadel' rankings meanl' nofhing more 'lhan a differ- ence in 'rhe number of "spo+s" each wore on his shoulder, during 'l'he year 'lhe leaders received valuable +raining in commanding 'rheir respecrive unifs in infanfry, ploHing room, and gun drill. During winfer quar'rer all s'ruden+s were required +0 "s+rilce up" an acquainfance wi'rh such of ihe smaller arms as +he 30 calibre machine gun, Browning and Garand au+oma+ic rifles and +he regulafion "45" pislol . . . Field shipping exercises and praclice on +he 'Firing range accompanied wil'h 'Film s'rrip and moving 'picfure explanalion enabled all +o become qui're familiar wi'rh fhese "G.I." weapons. The piclc of The marlcsmen were enlisfed by Sergeani' Cazaza on +he I943 rifle feam which scored successfully in duel felegraphic meefs wilh olher colleges and universilies +hroughou+ fhe naiion. v i l l E 1 1 N S p 0 I1 S 0 I' S Rurh Richards, Assis'fan+ Regimenral Sponsor, Be'Hy Halcln, Regimenral Spon- sor, Ru'll1 Hyer, Assisfanr Regimenfal Sponsor. l l Firs'l' Row: Marjorie Geddes, Marian Olsen, A'F+on Carfer, Adele Young. Back Row: Frances Monrrose, BaHalion Sponsor, Dororhy Jean Nelson, Rosalie Wolf, Fay Wennergren. Firs+ Row: Dol' Hickman, Dorol'l1y Myers, Marvel Cooley, Jenna Vee Lundahl. Back Row: Helen Brunson, Barbara Paulson, Anne Ryan, Ba'Halion Sponsor, Melba Call. Firsi- Row: Karie Loosle, Ella Jean Carl- son, Be'H'y Lou Kimball, Kalherine Hess, Consrance Blair, Barralion Sponsor, Hazel Sfoddarcl Bull BaH, Second Lieulenanig Max Rogers, Caplainq Reid Bishop, Firsi Sergeant Kei'I'h Long, Firsl' Lieuienanig Bob Caine, Reporfer. Back Row: Dean Thorpe, Grani' Budge, David Benfon, Jack McClure, Moses Samowiiz, Francis Schopper. Fronl' Row: Dale James, Glen Ande.rson, Franklyn Pugmire, Sam Hillon, Reid Bishop, Frank Hansen. Back Row: Geo. Barron, Bill Mari-in, Grani' Whi+e, Geo. Bullen, Glen Baird, Jack Chalelain, Don Black, Jay Hamil- +on, Vern Carlson, Eldon Lockhart Fron+ Row: Bob Wennergren, John Daniels, Ma.rion Richards, Jim Sorenson, Sianley Bergreen, Louis Hickman, Beri' Case- man, Orin Dance, Joe Anderson Back Row: Bill BaH, Kei+h Long, Law- rence Whiiney, Jack Sneddon, Homer Jaynes, Max Rogers. Froni' Row: Dean Flelcher, Dick Call, Russell Sfoker, Geo. MacDonald, Bob Caine. "r, 0. l. 43. in history shall live- again in victor IIO The realizafion fhaf ROTC was passing from fhe picfure for fhe durafion was soffened somewhaf by fhe recognifion fhaf if "would live again in vic'rory" in fhe confribufion of ifs frainees and fhaf if would probably be esfablished again as a parf of college life affer fhe war . . . Thaf recognifion was fhe fheme of a highly-successful milifary ball which honored ROTC's hisfory and ifs currenf frainees who were leaving soon afferward for acfive dufy. Major commiffees for fhe affair included Rufh Hyer, Lane Palmer, Beffy Hafch, Aaron Amacher, Max Rogers, Affon Carfer, Bill Baff, John Balmer, Jack Sneddon and Kennefh Lee . . . Buf before fhe final nofes of "Taps" for ROTC af Ufah Sfafe died away more fhan l200 basics and advanced sfudenfs received valu- able pre-inducfion fraining. As reporfs came in from fhe ERC's and draffees who leff college mid-year, if became clear fhaf army men were recognizing fhe value of fhe coasf arfillery fraining offered here. 1 1 aggies thrill to homecoming and Homecoming, somewha+ reduced in sfyle and grandeur, s'rill had i'rs poinfs. Ocfober I7 was fhe dale, and Gordon Porfer, siudeni' chairman, and alumni secrefary Leonard McDonald 'Found +ha+ 'lhe work wasn"l as exfensive as in ofher years. House decorafions were run off by lhe Blue Key fralerniiy, and were won by Pi Kappa Alpha 'for ariislry, Chi Omega 'For originaliiy and Kappa Del+a for besl all-round. Sludenrs refurned +o 'lhe campus 'For a day, and 'people from +he U, up for +he disaslrous Aggie-Universily fool'- ball game, spenl 1'he evenings filling fralernily and sororily houses +o capacily. Fra+erni+y bid day seemed io make iiself a parl of 'I'he weekend adding addifional life and spiril 'l'o 'lhe gala affair. I "a'f day ac ' ' 'e Minus organized bad weafher, "A" day was held as usual, afler a Sludenl' Life sfory announcing l'he evenl forced Chairman Porler lo again go 'lo work. ln lhe meanlime, Porler and his number-one slooge, Elliol' Rich, rode around and supervised fhe loafing. Chief proiecf of 'rhe day was moving of 'rhe block "A" from mechanic arfs building +o 'rhe library, handled by 'l'he lK's . . . Sfudenl Lies came oul', lunches were served, and "Beans" Peferson and his gorillas 'rhrew lazy siudenl leaders and loafers in fhe 'Fire hose, in- cluding mosl' of lhe Sig Ep 'fralernily and councilman Amacher. The assembly in 'rhe amphifheafer was rougher fhan ever and +he organized program flopped as usual. Embarking on his eighfeenfh year as direcfor of vocal music is Ufah Sfafe's personable Walfer W. Welfi. A graduafe of Cornell Universify in New York, he has complefed fwo years fowards a degree in law in addi- fion fo his musical fraining . . . Be- sides his regularcollege dufies he has been fhe immediafe commanding officer of all Marine, Navy and E.R.C. reservisfs on fhe campus. His-office is consfanfly occupied by sfudenfs requesfing service informafion. Professor Welfi was awarded a lieufenanf commission in fhe U. S. Naval Reserve and leff prior fo fhe close of school for Columbia Universify. 'I e creation" combined The women's and men's choruses have worked fogefher fo produce fhe annual mixed chorus concerf and fhe oraforio af fhe Logan Tabernacle. During fhe spring quarfer, fhe wom- en's chorus appeared on a half hour program over KVNU, local radio sfafion, and was engaged fo parficipafe in fhe graduafion exercises under fhe auspices of fhe alumni associafion . . . Due fo unseffled condifions and fhe number of men leaving school fo enfer fhe armed services, fhe men's chorus was femporarily disbanded for fhe spring quarfer. Some of fhe besf vocal work for fhe currenf year was furned in by Harold Dance, barifoneg Arf Roberfs, firsf fenorg Richard Barber, second fenor, and Wesley Hill, barifone. Grace Swen- son served as presidenf of fhe women's chorus and Harold Dance, presidenf of fhe men's division. nslrumenlalists and vocalists For fhe second fime in fhe hisfory of fhe college, Professor Walfer W. Welfi chose Haydn's "The Creafion" for fhe annual oraforio. In I939, if was presenfed fo fhe public in fhe amphi-fheafer wifh fhe aid of a piano and a small orchesfra. This year if was produced in fhe Logan Tabernacle fo fhe accompanimenf of a 40-piece orchesfra, direcfed by Professor N. W. Chrisfiansen . . . This year's oraforio fook fhe place of fhe annual opera and was played fo fhe largesf audience ever in affendance af a musical of ifs kind in Logan. Said fo be fhe mosf popular of Haydn's oraforios and referred fo by ifs aufhor as "fhe finesf fhing I ever wrofe," "The Crea'I'ion" was hearfily acclaimed by fhe Logan public . . . Olga Dofson, George Lacey, and Richard Condie handled fhe principal roles in a manner which showed excellenf abilify and inferprefafion. Addifional soloisfs were Addie Lund, Beffy Weaver, Ned Sfocks, and Elmer Wahlsfrom. Approxi- mafely I00 voices from fhe combined voices of fhe college glee clubs, augmenfed by fhe Bel Canfo chorus and fhe lm-perial glee club, provided fhe musical background for fhe producfion. Unofficially referred fo as fhe "besf marching unH wHh fhe leasf insfrucfion" -nof fo menfion fhe music fhey produce -fhe milHary band is direcfed by Pro- fessor N. W. Chrisfiansen. If derives Hs name parfly from fhe facf fhaf H plays for fhe R. O. T. C. boys fo march, and parfly because of Hs olive drab uniforms. A smaller division of fhe insfrumenfal music is fhe pep band, which has com- plefed Hs fourfh year af Ufah Sfafe. H is well known for Hs hall rallies., assembly programs, and Hs presence af baskefball and foofball games . . . Wielder of fhe leader's bafon fhe pasf fwo years has been Dean Johnson, junior music maior, and one fime firsf drum major fornfhe milHary band. the hand For I2 years fhe direcfor of insfrumenfal music af Ufah Sfafe, Professor N. W. Chrisfiansen has a background which well qualifies him for The posHion. A sfudenf af fhe UniversHy of Ufah and one fime graduafe of Ufah Sfafe, Professor Chrisfiansen now holds a Masfer's degree from Columbia UniversHy. He has also sfudied abroad in Berlin, Germany, spenf five summers af fhe Juilliard School of Music in New York CHy, a year and fhree summers af Columbia UniversHy, and one year af Sferns' Conservafory of Music in' Buffalo, New York. promotes pep Under fhe direcfion of Direcfor Chrisfiansen fhe Ufah Sfafe band has complefed an- ofher year of successful performance. Sfudenf inferesf in insfrumenfal music remains unflagging in spife of war, priorifies, and general unresf. The main difference noficed by Direcfor Chrisfiansen is fhe necessify of limifing fhe winfer concerf program because of fransporfafion difficulfies. "The calibre of fhe sfudenfs is as good as ofher years, how- ever," sfafes Professor Chrisfiansen . . . One of fhe foremosf promofers of Aggie pep and school spirif, fhe band has never missed a foofball game played on our own field. When fhe new airporf was dedicafed, fhe band provided fhe music for fhe ceremonies. Program for fhe year also included concerfs for fhe Aggie sfudenfbody, and appearance before fhe Logan High sfudenfbody, and fhe opening of fhe series of programs being presenfed for fhe benefif of fhe Army Air Corps . . . Sharing fhe insfrumenfal spoflighf wifh fhe band is fhe concerf orchesfra, also direcfed by Professor Chrisfiansen. lfs fwo main proiecfs of fhe year were fhe fall concerf for fhe enferfainmenf of fhe Aggie sfudenfbody and fhe musical accompanimenf for Pro- fessor Walfer Welfi's oraforio, Haydn's "The Creafionf' The annual fall concerf in- cluded such classical numbers as "Washingfon Grays," by Orafullag overfure from "The Barber of Seville," by Rossini: "Blue Danube Walfz," by Johann Sfrauseg "Rifual Fire Dance," by De Fella, and "Walfz in E Minor," played by Miss LuDean Rogers. rl 'wi Firsf play of fhe College-Communify Theafer was Somersef Maugham's "The Breadwinner," an ulfra- sophisficafed comedy in fhree acfs direcfed by Rufh M. Bell. A delighfful comedy of manners, fhe play is cenfered around a fafher who decides fo furn fhe fables on his pampered, sophisficafed family and fhrow fhem on fheir own resources. The 'rifle role, made 'Famous by Gilmore Brown of fhe Pasadena Playhouse, was played wifh professional finish by Rex McEnfire. Marian Olsen, Jeanne Allen, and Gerald Welker furned in excellenf performances as his family, while Reid Bishop, Marge Tanner, Almeda B. Chrisfiansen, and Bill Robins ably porfrayed fhe family nexf door. season's first, "the breadwinnern l Q3 s- .N , r y y i lI8 "LiHle Women" adapied from +he siory by Louise M. AlcoH by Marian de Frosf, was presenied under 'lhe sponsorship of +he Logan P.T.A. and direcfed by Dr. Chesfer J. Myers. This play was an a'Hempl' io make some of l'he immorfal children's classics inferesling' lo boih adulls and children. The efforl' succeeded so well 'rha+ a children's play is To become an annual eveni . . . Anoiher noiable "firs'r" enjoyed by +his cas+ is lhal' 'lhey prepared a finished performace in +hree weeks, which is professional +ime. Maude Ma++hews, as Jo, had an oppor+uni+y +0 handle +he bes'r lines of fhe play. Effeciive porirayals were also given by F. T. Morgan, Hallie B. Maughan, Con- sfance Blair, BeHy Lowe, Peggy Bennion, Virginia Baleman, Phillip L. Hulme, Roberi' de Preslon, Mark H. Larson, Ted Benson, and Melba Call. Hlilille women" was a hit Till as 5 Q g Anzac f'Lef'rers fo Lucerne," referred fo by crifics as "a human and moving drama of fhe war" was direcfed by Dr. Chesfer J. Myers. Handled wifh rare delicacy and genuine feeling, fhe play shows clearly whaf Nazism can do fo fhe lives and friendships of decenf peope . . . Excepfionally good char- acfer porfrayals were give by Lausanne Gvudmundsen, fhe German girl: Grace Swenson as fhe vivacious American: and Lufie B. Simmonds as fhe head of fhe girls' boarding school. Commendable perform- ances were also given by Barbara Dunn, Rex L. McEnfire, Consface Blair, Roberf Presfon, Alice Aclcroycl, Mary Maughan, Helen Grix, Dorofhy Myers, Eddie Redford, and Reid Bishop. . .. . if .:,3Qi,.. if i i i ll ff letters to Iucerne U ' ff ah Wilderness IZI Play-going audiences laughed and suf- fered alfernaiely wiih 'rhe irials of +he adolescenf boy 'from a small iown in Conneciicui when They saw Floyd T. Morgan's producfion of "Ah Wilder- ness" by Eugene O'Neill. An oui- sianding feafure of ihe play was 'rhe fhree s'l'age seHings designed by Pro- fessor Morgan and buili' by +he casi. The firsi' play 'io admi'I' campus service men free of charge "Ah Wilderness" was acclaimed by all. The adolescenf lad was played by Eddie Redford, while fhe resi' of ihe cas'r included Floyd T. Morgan, Virginia Bafeman, Gerald C. Welker, Melba Call, Johnny Merrill, Rex McEn+ire, Maudie MaH'hews, Na- fhan Zollinger, Merle Tiefiien, Dale M. Chrisiensen, Grace Swenson, Alice Aclcroyd, Roberl' Presfon, and Reid Bishop. Y The college lyceum bureau direcfed by Dr. George Meyers co-operafed wifh Dr. N. A. Pedersen of fhe Civic Music Associafion fo bring programs of qualify and culfural value fo Aggie lyceum-goers . . . Appearance of fhe infernafionally known piano duo, Morley and Grearharf, referred fo as "one of 'rhe mosf giffed 'reams fo enfer fhe field," broughf fo Logan a musical combinafion which has few peers foday. Anofher greaf arfisf fo appear on our programs was charming Anne Brown, sfar of Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess," who is also known as one of fhe leading colored vocalisfs of fhe counfry . . . ln Joseph Szigefi, Hungarian violiisf, who is now an American cifizen, we heard one of fhe four greafesf players in fhe world . . . Ralph Jordan, managing-edifor of fhe Deseref News and one fime Ausfralian correspondenf for General Douglas MacArfhur, provided one of fhe besf lyceums of fhe year wifh his fallc on "War in fhe Pacific." I y 1: e u m I22 I scribble Dave Bernsiein-Ediior juniper Evan Iverson-Debaie Manager Zilgmh Margueriie Bying+on-Edi+or Margueriie Byingion handed in a dummy of a very modernisfic magazine and was awarded ediiorship of Scribble. Aided by surrealisiic Anne Murdock and Doroihy Wanlass among ofhers, she 'lurned our a sireamlined affair which worried her when she saw rhe proofs because "ii looked like any animaied primer." The various.ac+ivi+ies of +he School of Foresfry during lhe year were preserved 'for pos+eri+y when quick-wiH'ed Dave Bernsiein, Chicago senior, pui oul 'rhe Ufah Juniper. H' confained Foresfry Club acfivifies, arlicles by l'he eminenl' men of 1'he region frained in foresfry, and was as lively as Berns+ein's mind. Turned back +o genial Dr. Wallace J. Vickers Aggie word fossers sung 'lo a war-lime schedule in 'rhis year of I942-43 . . . Despife limiled enrollmenf and a slashed budgef, Aggie debaiors carried ouf as complefe a program as was possible. Alihough harried by 'I'ranspori'a+ion difficullies, lhey succeeded in blowing fheir en- 'rire budgei on one hilarious l'rip +o fhe Rocky Mounfain Forensic Meef, held in Denver. Only nolable accomplishmenf of +he +our was a piclure of +he squad in +he Rocky Mounfain News and a requesl' fo exhibif rhemselves before 'rhe Honeyville P.T.A. d e h a l li 'ournalisls' outlet- he studehl Ii f e Ee A7- Edifor Lane Palmer Associafe Edifor Gwen Hunsaker, "Nafe" Business Manager George Bullen of fl1e Herald, and Feafure Eclifor, ' Marguerife Byingfon. Weekly recorder of fl1e campus pulse was ffme Sfudenf Life, puf fo bed every Wed- nesday nighf by Edifor Lane Palmer and sfaff, if was popularly fermed flue scandal sl1eef and aired sfudenf views, acfivifies and small amounf of news. Even fhough classified as ffie eminenfysfudenf propaganda organ, if was nof imune from fhe rav- ages of war. Moved from pillar fo posf, if finally locafecl ifs offices in flue men's lounge, ifs only confacf wifl1 fhe oufside world being flme Buzzer's phone . . . ln- cluded highlighfs of fhe "rag" were hair-brained page make-ups dreamed info realify by Associafe Edifor Gwen Hunsaker and Palmer, exfreme feafures of Marge Byingfon and sociefy fales of faffle by co-edifors Helen Sfewarf and Marian Carlilse . . . Originally edifed by Sfan "Ceasar" Anderson, fl1e s-porfs page foolc fl1e soundesf beaf- ing due fo flwe de-maled campus. Second sporfs edifor Calder Piclceff, however par- fially solved fl1e problem by furning a large porfion of fl1e page over fo flue service- men . . . Despife fhe many gripes and difficulfies, Palmer edifed Sfudenf Life fo sfill more cups-marlcings of excellence from flue R.M.l.P.A. l24 Top: Prinier "Bonnie" Earl: Gloria Ray and Blanche Deschamps, proof desk. Middle: Merl Greenhalgh, Mary Whi+e and John Baker, news desk. BoHom: Sian Ande.rson, sporis ediforg Helen S+ewar+ and Marian Carlisle, co-sociely ediiors. 4 3 ni 1819 ww Press nighl' wilnessed 'lhe phenomena of publishing +he paper. Complele wifh roughed-up 'Furnil'ure, 'lhe evening generally ended around 'rhe zero hour-midnighr afrer numerous cokes, snooker games, s+udy crams, pop-corn ealing sessions, and free for all fighfs. S'I'ranges'r of all, was 'rhe facl' +ha+ +he paper showed some signs of conscienlious labor-some+imes. Elizabe+h Blair, Typis+gi'Maxine Burgoyne, copy eclilorg and Calder Picke'H', columns. I25 'Rim Haven BBFIOW. Eclifor Jerry Olson, Edifor ffall quarferl Merl Greenhalgh, Associafe Edifor Affer a second epic year of edifor changing, fhe Buzzer . . . and sfaff were finally finished. Deslpife producfion bofflenecks in fhe war-fime form of film shorfages and maferials frouble, plus fhe usual labor shorfages, business manager converfed fo edifor Haven Barlow and associafes Merl Greenhalgh and Rufh Marie Richardson guided fhe book fo com- plefion . . . Taking over from where Edifor Jerry Olson leff off, fhe fhree fook such inferrupfions as Barlow's pin hanging and fueds wifh Palmer's scandal sheef, and Sfudenf Life, in sfride. Affer assembling copy by fhe lighf of early mornings, fhe fhirfy-firsf and final lock-up was complefed and fhe Buzzer was off fo press . . . Omni-presenf hisforian of campus acfivifies and life, if affempfs fo capfure by pix and words all fhe imporfanf and mosf of fhe unimporfanf happenings . . . Your money boughf if, your edifor and sfaff assembled if and if's your memories and fradifions fhaf are preserved . . . your Buzzer. l945bu11e Marguerife Byingfon, Charloffe Henriod Barbara Paulsen, Jeanne Forsgren, i ,F , ." 1 If Desmond L. Anderson Rufh Marie Riclwardson Charles Eubanlc Business Manager lspring quarferl Assisranl' Ediror Phorography Calder Picke'r+, Peggy Bennion, Don Bowen, Margarei' Ann Wilson, socials chairman: Verla copy. Mary Dillman, Mary Walker, office and indexing. N l Lil s'-iii' I 5 V ' l 'l if 1 ' ' 'G I27 Rudeen, office: Ted Slanford, phoiograpliy. Kafie Loosle, Melba Call, Roma Poole, business. J' '- M 1 If -re fir' jim hlell rl patio .M ax ,fy '-55754 1' im., requires constant training High school s+ars, grunr and groan ar+is1's, AAU champs, all make-up 'lhe alhlefic de- par'I'men'r, which had a so-so year. Freshmen foofballers were helped by lhe nafional crisis as conference rulings allowed +hem fo play. This broughl 'forlhi such names as Morris, Seiferling, Dick Williams. A good pari' of +he boys exisl solely for subsidies, bul' +here're also a few who acfually like aihlelics for fhe game. Baskeiball, fhe ofher major spor'r, wasn'l nofable for bringing for'I'h names, buf il' had a fairly good season. ln minor aihlefics, 'rhe wresilers look lhe s'l'a'I'e, and ERC, among o+her lhings, cur oul inlercollegiafe lrack alrogelher. H' was a year +ha+ had pofenfialilies which didn'i' quile pan oui'. if L , Wea? 3 A J , 'I S E 4, 'L-, 9 lf: 32 v si M, V :V ' Q-3 .. . ,, L , 5 - .5 , L. 5. F , V - -'Har' V A A 2 ' Lcfvy' , wwf ww ' H M. LQYI W, , L V ' fl 2"' ' 2 2 , Jin - ' wa' Sm. N TZ: 5 ' 'fliglf -vis,-is , A 32 Q ' E? wg!! ,- , A , L ge 4' 5, 1 H, I . 2 ' K ' 9 I ,.. , , f I , ' J' Z3 2 if L! ' - .Q I X U. N- .3 X- ' V rl!!! ' "xii . 7 f P J' ., P in Q . '6,i!' Y' ' . f 'A I". "Q 1- x. , M D : A A , 4? A I fav. :hu H' .R , . gl M . - ,4 ' 1' . Y Q ' Qi 1 h 1 I Y ' , " gf-I I 4 ,- s l . ..L 3- 2 V ff ' - f I. V I 'K n N J ' ' .: -' . - - r 'J . Q ' ' X A L, 4 4 as ,ii 0: -'1+'TeH 3 ,. it 5-K., - if f A P , . ,- .ff--' v .-.,4'J aggie gridders did well ATHLETIC DIRECTOR E. L. ROMNEY Be++er luck nexi +ime. Coach E. L. lDiclcl Romney celebrafed his silver anniversary as head coach of aihlelics on 'rhe Ufah S'ra+e Agricul- fural College campus This year. The genial Aggie menior has a coaching record ai one consecufive school 'ihal' is rivaled by only one coach in 'ihe nalion, Bill Alexander, of Georgia Tech. Prior 'lo lasl' year, Coach Romney had direciecl all compeliiive aihleiics, bu+ has now furned over baskelball +0 H. B. lBeebel Lee and R. W. lBobl BurneH', who are bofh serving during +he presenf emergency. Deb Young, head 'rraclc coach and assisfanf foolball coach, has 'raken over +he casaba menlorship. MANAGER "CY" KEARL 'ff 1491- iiijf:if1-2 4 - V ff v":'?"?- ' ' . . v :QL - en of the gridiro Firs+ Row: Coach E. L. "Dick" Romney, Dale James, Ross "Mose" Morris, Harold "Bu+ch" Guike, George "Doc" Nelson, Caplain Ferron "Slub" Sonderegger, Bur+on Silcock, Mel Wood, Jack Siefer- ling, Bob Choale, Bruce Osborne, Richard "Dick" Griffin, Dick Howard, William "Pep" Marlin, Trainer George "Doc" Nelson. Second Row: Bill Russell, Dick Folkerson, Bill BaH', Glen "Lef'ly" Sorenson, Jack Gilberf, Tony Sulich, Bill Twilchell, Paul Sanders, Ralph Maughan, Merlyn Jones, John Guilfoyle, Bill Ryan, Assislanl' Coach Fred Allen. Third Row: Coach "Deb" Young, Burns Crooksfon, Merrill Crosbie, Lyngby Sfoker, Dick Williams, Evan Sorenson, Ken Farrell, Frank "Bus" Williams, Boyd Hulse, Arlhur Go'H'fredson, Jack Sorenson, Joe lngersoll, Glen "Zeke" Zimmerman. 4 KVT. ' . -'.ryN 1, an ' .-gal' 1,4 r. , 1 - 4 - f -.fs ' .'- V T- B M sl, 'B 1 We QL ulags 47-marines 0 I . we "X, F TS. . L I ' , I I y.. CAPTAIN FERRON SONDEREGGER -T .Y.. ,WV -.Y-.,.1..,.-., . ,.,-,- .. , v , I I ,ii K1 -7-L , E- H I VI , , wry GAIL DUNCAN PAUL SANDERS DICK GRIFFIN FRANK IBUSI WILLIAMS Affer sIar+ing ouI' wiI'I1 a promising bu'r green squad IasI' faII, 'Ihe Big Seven's veferan menior and his foo+baIIers came a Iong way since Iraining camp opened, cI1aIIcing up six wins agains+ +I1ree Iosses and one He for +I1e season . . . The Romney-coached U'Iags opened 'Iheir season wiI'I1 a -pre-seasoner againsI' I'I1e Marine and Navy radio Irainees Iocaied on I'I1e Aggie campus. In 'rhe army benefii' game, reporI'ed +o be +I1e firs+ in 'rhe WesI', I'I1e Aggies romped over Ihe Irainees by a 47-0 score. I33 ulags 23 regis 2 Wi+h fhis Vicfory +uclced securely away, 'lhe Farmers fool: on 'l'he 'l'ou1'ed Regis Rangers from Denver in ano+her pre-seasoner. The Rangers now s+and a+ 'Phe +op of 1'he lisi' in 1'heir circui'r and were a highly-ra+ed ieam. However, when 'lhey ran info +he Ufags on +he Logan field, +hey were handed a 28-2 frouncing by a s'piri+ed Aggie crew. TONY SUTICH BILL BATT LEFTY SORENSON JACK SEIFERLING .4-A """w . Tony Suiich plowing ihrough U'I'ah's line. ulags I4--13. u. ful Due fo fheir fine showing againsf fhe Rangers, a good game was expecfed befween fhe Aggies and fheir firsf conference rivals, fhe Golden Buffaloes, and a good game if was. The Buffs had played fwo previous games under fhe arcs before fhey mef fhe Aggies in fheir nighf game in Ogden and were operafing wifh fhaf disfincf ad- vanfage. However, Coach Romney's lads played a brillianf game, buf fell fo fhe Buff's onslaughf, 3l-I4 . . . The Aggies' nexf win came over fhe highly foufed Milifary Policemen from Forf Douglas, a collecfion of some of fhe besf foofballers in fhe Wesf wifh all-Americans invfheir sfar-sfudded lineup. If was fhe Farmers from Ufah Sfafe who handed 'rhis ouffif fheir firsf defeaf of fheir season as fhey romped all over fhe MP's, 49-7. Gay Adelf, former Universify of Ufah all-conference back, was fhe only man fo score for fhe MP's when he sfaged a 97 yard run for a fouchdown. MELVIN lMELLYl WOOD RALPH MAUGHAN KEN FARRELL BOB CHOATE DICK HOWARD HAROLD GUTKE l35 ula BURNS CROGKSTON BURTON SILCOCK DICK FOLKERSON Ryan following from rear for 1'he iackle. gs7--uofu U+ah Universify deal'r +he Aggies +heir harclesl' blow when +hey upse'r lhe favored Farmers 34-7 and 'lhus sl'ar'l' fheir drive on 'ro 'rhe conference championship. U+ah Aggie's sis+er school, Colo- rado Slafe lurned back our valianl' gridders in 'l'he Forl' Collins' homecoming by regislering a 25-0 win in face of 'lhe Ulag's s'ra+is'I'ical advanfage. 54 1 in 'l'he I I - V-rm, 4 ,, 1 il 1 ,,,,-..-.,,-,.,,,,, --.HM A,Y.,,.. ,, ,-H-,. ..-,-.. , ,--. -.Y ,,,z E1 J- Juv. N, .. HY'--5-f , 3' E2- L ,ff 41. , A - fwg f - "Z '- my zkvgik , :N ' V , J .::: "' IH, '-"" jg A !!!"' Nljlgi' Early season snow revivcs iradifional "mud" game wifh Wyoming. ulags l 4--wyoml 'n uli LYNGBY STOKER BILL RYAN GLEN ZIMMERMAN ulags 591- b righanl young Coach Romney's gridders puf fhe old 'Model T' info high gear from here on and wenf down fo Provo fo upsef fhe Brigham Young Cougars' homecoming, 9-6. Since BYU was fhe only one fhaf had beafen fhe rampaging Ufes, fhey were given fhe disfincfive nod over fhe Aggies. The squad fhen enfrained for Denver where again 'Ihey were sup- posed fo be frampled, buf fhe "Fighfing Farmers" pulled ouf wifh a I3-I3 'I'ie fo upsef all fhe dope buclcefs and puf fhem on even ferms wifh 'Iheir nexf rivals, Wyoming . . . In fhe Iasf home game of fhe season and fhe Iasf conference filf, fhe Romney machine rolled across a field of mud fo finish up 'Iheir season wifh an impressive I4-6 win over fhe Cowboys and fo sew up fhird place in fhe conference sfanding . . . Wifh only one pracfice session affer fheir win over fhe Cowboys, fhe Aggies enfrained for Wichifa, Kansas, for fheir Thanksgiving Day fussle Even fhou h fh F . g e armers had a disfincf disadvanfage againsf fhem for 'I'he confesf, fhey gof fhe T-formafion under fheir experf confrol and romped over fhe Shoclcers 2I-I3. Sporfs wrifers in fhe mid- wesf sfafed fhaf fhey had never seen fha T-formafion execufed so perfecfly by any college feam as fhe Romney-coached lads d id fhaf furkey day. JOHN GUILFOYLE ' LEROY GREGORY DICK WILLIAMS MERRILL CROSBIE JIM MARTIN BRUCE OSBORN 6 ' ' ' I ' AG SEASON SUMMARY The Aggie's scores during Ihe season sI'and: Ki Urah Sfale Opponenis 47 Marine Trainees 0 28 Regis College 2 I4 Colorado U. 3I 7 U'I'ah U. 34 49 ForI' Douglas 7 0 Colorado SI'aI'e 25 9 Brigham Young 6 I3 Denver U. I3 I4 Wyoming U. 6 2l Wichi+a I3 202 ToI'aIs I37 The Farmers sIarI'ed slrong and finished sfrong, buf did 'Fall off a IiHIe in mid-season. They Ios+ no non-conference I'iII's bu'I 'fell before Ihe Iwo 'lop Ieams of Ihe circuit BILL RUSSELL JOE INGERSOLL Colorado U. and U'I'ah U. GEORGE NELSON EVAN SORENSON s1:0rekeeper's record -.. I I hoopslers placed second '- ,. an-f: if., ,vu fCOACH DEB YOUNG Alfhough Deb has menlored loolball and lraclc exclusively in his coaching career, he look over +he driver's seal' of l'he Aggie baslcelballers and drove lhrough for a very successful season in fhe Weslern Division war-lime schedule . . . Marlow Sfarlc managed The '43 hoop squad fhroughoul' +he season. R. W. lBobl Burnelf, Aggie courl' menfor, was called 'ro serve al' a much bigger game lhan baskelball and lefl' +he Aggie campus prior 'ro +he early worlcoufs, leaving lhe hillfop school wilhoul' a casaba coach for 'rhe second 'rime in +ha+ many years. However, +he vacancy was very capably filled when Coach E. L. lDickl Romney, direcfor of a+hlel'ics, appoinlecl Delberl' lDebl Young lo direcl' fhe baskefball season for l'he Aggies . . . Deb, as he is called by all who know him, came +o Ufah Sfale lwo years ago as head 'lraclc coach and assisfanl' foofball coach. The former Aggie All-confer- ence halfbaclc has sei' up an enviable coaching record in s+a+e high schools since his gradualion from 'rhe Aggie school and has now refurned fo his alma maler +0 exercise his abili+ies on Aggie alhleles. MANAGER MARLOW STARK starting quinlette Ufah Sfafe cagers cavorfed quife a while on fhe waxed courfs of fhe spacious field house before fhey were given a coach fo fill in for fhe I943 season, which promised fo be one of fhe besf in fhe school's hisfory. Even fhough fhe hoop prospecfs were minus a menfor, supervised pracfices were held daily under fhe direcfion of Capfain Verne Hoffman . . . Following fhe Big Seven conference ruling, league baslcefball was fo be divided info fwo divisions wifhin fhe conference-Easf and Wesf. Ufah Sfafe, Brigham Young Universify and Universify of Ufah comprised fhe Wesfern division, while Wyoming and Colorado Sfafe rounded ouf fhe Easfern division feams. This meanf fhaf fhe fhree wesfern colleges clashed wifh each ofher fwo consecufive nighfs on laofh floors. CAPTAIN VERNE HOFFMAN KEITH TRANE ARIEL MAUGHAN GRANT CULLIMORE RALPH MAUGHAN pre-season prediction lndicalive of whal' an ou'I's+anding hoop aggregalion can do 'For l'he good of school spiril was +his year's squad. The games lhey played on lhe home hardwood highlighled l'he win'rer monlhs as Aggie fans lhrilled fo fhe highly-organized plays, speed. +rue sporlsmanship, and passing dex- +eril'y . . . H' was a greal' season -one 'rhaf held lhe Aggie onlookers' pep al a new high. SW I "the team to beat' I42 7 Ufah Sfafe, wifh Coach Deb Young making his debuf, appeared fo be fhe 'feam fo beaf' when fhey opened fheir pre-seasoners as fhey ran up scores of over 80 poinfs per game. This facf was proved even more affer fhe Aggies finished a barnsforming frip of fhe Monfana and Idaho schools. . VERL LANGSTON ORRIN CURTIS ,A BILL RYAN JACK SEIFERLING lm Aggie fans were given a real fhrill when fhe Sfafers romped off fo an early conference lead when fhey frounced 'rhe BYU "Bean Poles," 43- 38, in a vicfory fhaf was much more impressive fhan fhe score revealed. Granf Cullimore and Capfain Verne Hoffman, forward and cenfer leffer- men, accounfed for fhe maiorify of poinfs fo down fhe favored Cougars . . . However fhe Cougars came back fhe following nighf fo subdue fhe Aggies 58-4I and give fhe fwo schools a splif in fhe series. The Aggies appeared fo be only a firsf- nighf feam when fhey frampled Ufah fhe following week, 50-44, fhe firsf nighf and fhen fell in a humiliafing second game, 46-28. Two weeks lafer, fhe Farmers knocked over fhe Ufes fwo consecufive evenings fo even fhe score and puf fhem iusf a half game behind BYU for 'rhe championship. righam young series por fs, ROGER TAYLOR EVAN SORENSON JOHN GUILFOYLE JAY HANCEY AOUILLA ALLEN FRED WILLIAMS I44 The Provo 'Coop' proved loo much of a handicap for 'lhe Aggies and fhey failed fo ser 'ihe Cougars ei'l'her nighrl' in 'l'he Y series. Thus fhe Farmers ended up in second place in +he Weslern division wi'rh four wins, four losses . . . Verne Hoffman, versaiile Aggie pivol man, was unanimously selecled +o all-conference ieams while Grani' Cullimore, sieady forward and Ralph Maughan, ve'I'- eran pushol' arlisf, were raied second leams. Verne Hoffman, Ul'ah Aggie caplain and cenler, easily caplured individual scoring honors in l'he Weslern Division, lallying II3 poinfs in eighl' games and leading all scorers in collegiale play by a wide margin. His average per game was I4.I poinls.. FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS DIVISION PLAY SUMMARY lWes'rern Divisionl Here is 'I'he Aggie record in division Team Won Losi' Pc+. Compellhom Ulah Sl'a'Ie 43 BYU 38. B .......,,.... .....,. . ' YU 7 I 875 BYU 57, Ulah Slafe 4l. Ulall Slale A""' """' 4 4 '500 Ulah Sl'a'Ie 50, Ul'ah Universily 44. Ulah .......................... I 7 .I25 Ulah 46, Ul'ah Sl'al'e 28. fEas1-em Division, Ufah Sl'a're 5 I, Ul'al1 42. Ulah S+a+e 55, Ulah 52. Wyoming ..,......,........ 4 0 I.000 BYU 44' Ufah S+a+e 38. Colorado Slale ........ 0 4 .000 BYU 63, Ulah Slale 59. irsf Row: Deb Young, Coach: Granl' Cullimore, Ralph Maughan, Vern Hoffman, Orrin Curlis, Ariel Maughan. Second Row ohn Guilfoyle, Aquilla Allen, Verl Langslon, Fred Williams, Jay Hancey, Bill Ryan. Third Row: Marlow Slarlc, Evan Sorenson Jack Seiferling, Bill Sharp, Roger Taylor, George "Doc" Nelson, Trainer. Back Row: Frank Yose, Hal Adair, Bruce Pe'rerson, Lafe Holbrook. Larry C. Taylor. Fronl' Row: Emil Henich, Junior Richardson, Joe Pass, Tom Evans, Theron Smifh, Nick Mascaro, Kenneih Lindsay. Alhff .If 00 Taking 1'he place of freshman foofball, B 'fool- ball was inaugurafed on The Aggie green +his year under 'rhe supervision of lhe freshman Coach Freddie Allen . . . Allen's crew consisred of many of 'lhe smaller males a+ school fhaf sfill displayed a love for lhe gridiron spor'I' and since 'rhe alhlelic program al' Ulrah Sl'a+e has been devofed 'lo one of physical 'Fi+ness in cooperalion wi+h +he Navy and Army programs, Coach Romney decided +o issue suils +o 'l'he 30 some odd aspiranfs . . . No'r all lads were loo small for varsify play, buf some were ruled in- eligible by conference rulings, as was fhe case of Cannon Parkinson, who +he wily Aggie menlor had counfed on lo direcl' lhe aclivilies of his feam from +he quarlerback slol' . . . The B squad provided some good infra-squad scrim- mages as +hey were run +hrough 'rhe plays of l'he Aggies' nexl' opponenl' as charled by Ulah scou'rs, 'lhen 'pilrled againsl l'he Romneymen in some firsf class scrimmages. thall Le'H +o Righr: Bernard Feinberg, Frank Yose, Brandon Horion, Norman Lee, William Redd, Willard Sfucki and Coach Fred Allen. I46 "b" basketball Thrice weekly, +he B Baskefballers, 'look over fhe field house floor +0 run Through lheir workou+s under freshman Coach Fred Allen . . . Alfhough only a few games were played by +he B squad, slill much enlhusiasm exisfed in fhe second rafers' camp. Nof quife good enough +o cui fhe buck info varsify play, 'l'he B squad ran fhrough fheir workours and hoped ihai' fhey could shine enough 'ro cafch fhe eye of Coach Deb Young and gain a varsify ber'l'h. Back Row: Dick Williams, Calvin Walls, Sieve Call, Gordon Schvaneveldf. Fronf Row: Mgr. Jack Anderson, Wayne Nelson, Dean Ellis, Joe Pass, Coach Fred Allen. Back Row: Ken Maughan, Gordon Maughan, Boyd Chrisfensen, Ba.r- nard Whife. Froni' Row: Glenn Manning, Reese Allen, Ken Wil- Iiams, Rex Fuhriman. l intra-mural track meet Shirkers ge? soaked on "A" Day. ,, -NN , M. ,W E. ,N Alai, Mg, VM a .M--PJ W M lnfra Ex rhllral 'Hack rneef direcfors Javelin winner I48 5 .lil i-"fig 61mg iv X K , 1- me ,577 1 -Nr K' ,.,f.1,, . , bv. i N if ' . Y' 1. - L- ?"-ff-f,?Fv- "F 880. yard run climaxed ua" day activities Replacing +he +radi+ional sorori+y relays, inframural frack was ihe big Thing of "A" day. ln spi+e of cold weafher and a mean wind, Ag club aihlefes wen+ 'lo work and edged ou+ in+ramural leading Sigma Chi, 6l-60. Sl'ars of 'I'he day were Bruce Osborne, Beaver Sprinfer, and Jack Seiferling, all-round s'rar from California. The sprinis, fhe high iump and ofhers were +aken over by fhe "an hus" boys. Ken Lindsay looked good -For +he Sigs, while Lyng Sfoker amazed ihe on-lookers when he 'rook l'he mile and half-mile in quick succession adding +o SAE's fhird-place poinfs. Harold "Bu'rch" Gu+ke placed 'Firsf in l'he iavelin for ihe Pi Kaps. Under +he leadership of Coach Young and Ken Lindsay +he lrack meel' was highly successfulg ' W 1 , 440-ya rd dash Relays Sioker finishing +he mule again our wrestle akf' -X gg -3 Afler packing in+o 'lhe space of seven days 'rwo conclusive vic'l'ories over fheir respec- +ive s'l'a+e collegiale rivals 'ro make il' seven slraighf, fhe veferan Aggie men+or was ready for lhe "seben-come-eleben" 'lriclc This year's record proved even beH'er for fhe Ags lhan any of lhe pasl six. ln a cumu- laiive score of 47-I7 over lhe Ulah and BY universifies, on successive Wednesdays, The championship was well deserved by 'rhe hard-working grapplers. ILO In 'rrue Aggie wresfling Jrradilion, George lDocl Nelson's ma+men chalked up anofher "Dewison" championship +o bring +he sev- enfh consecuiive s1'a'I'e mai' 1'i+le 'ro U'rah Srafe. were the best The Ag Scandinavian had only one relurn- ing le'r+erman in his ranks fhis year-Capfain Ted Rice, I2I pounder. Doc's lads prove +ha'r il can be done wilh sfricl' iraining and a veferan insirucior as l'he Doc +o feach fhem fhe 'rricks of 'ihe game. Even fhough fhe genial Aggie frainer is well over 'l'he half-cenfury mark, he keeps himself in firsf class condi+ion and can siill handle ihe besi of 'em when i'r comes +o "rasslin." Coach George Nelson Back Row: Hoyf Kelley, Russell Allen, Hughes Williams, Coach George Nelson, Charles Kelley, Frank Somsen, Frank Williams. Fronl' Row: Vicror Bingham, Jack Anderson, Paul Sharp, Capfain Ted Rice, Orrll Malkin, Delberi' Kidman, LaMar Monroe. Swimming af Ufah Sfafe fhis year was limifed only fo fhe lnframural and AAU iousfs . . . From fhe famous Lodi fown in California, famous for ifs baslcefball and foofball players, came Marlow Sfark, one of 'l'he fasfesf free-sfylers ever fo slice fhe H20 of fhe Aggie pool. Sfark, who enfered fhe AAU meef af Ogden as a repre- senfafive from Ufah Sfafe, broke bofh records in fhe 40 and IOO yard free-sfyle evenf and shaffered all lnframural sfanding records sef by Ben Bingham in former years . . . Ofher swimmers who could have made a name for fhemselves lhad 'rhe Aggies had compefifion in fhe wafer sporfi were mainly from fhe freshman class. However, Wayne Chrisfensen, former Weber sfar, will be long remembered for his wafer prowess as an individual relay man and experf breasf sfrolce arfisf . . . Joe Mc- Cowin and Cordell Lundahl, a couple of Logan high aces, appeared as fhreafs in fhe baclcsfrolce and breasf sfroke, and Lundahl has won sfafe recognifion for his diving. Denzil Ballard, former Bear Riverife, was fhe fasfesf man in fhe wafer in fhe sfafe high school meefs lasf year, buf was draffed info fhe Army affer he affended school here a few weeks. Wyaff, Lundahl, McCowan, Chrisfensen, Cope, Voorhees, Sfark. A.A.U. Winners: W. C-hrisfensen and Marlo Sfarlc. Coach: Fred Allen Harold l "Bu'Ich" Gufke, Spencer Hill, Dick Ricci, Dean Ellis, L. R. Walker, Dick Frandsen Racquef weilders on +I-ue Aggie cour'Is didn'I' fare as well 'Ihis year as in 'rhe pasi' on fhe whi'Ie courfs of honor as 'Ihey bowed in humble defeal' Io boI'h of Iheir s+a're rivals -in 'rhe dual mee+s . . . Coach Perc Smifh was 'faced wifh Ihe problem of re- building a whole new squad since only one leH'erman, Capfain Keifh Trane, repor+ed for spring praciice. Gordon Porler, Aggies s'Iar of yesferyears, who has been idle 'Ihe pas'I' Iwo years due I'o a back iniury, filled Ihe No. I sIo'r for Ihe Aggies and 'reamed wi+h Trane in Ihe doubles . . . Freshmen rounded ou'I 'Ihe res+ of Ihe Aggies' war-Iorn Iennis Ieam. Dick Frandsen, former Ogden High s'Iar, L. R. Walker, souI'h- paw from Bear River, Spencer Hill, from Logan, round oul' 'rhe 'Freshmen 'I'haI' cavorfed on Ihe marked courls 'For Ihe Aggies. COACH CO-CAPTAINS PERCY C. SMITH I GORDON PORTER, KEITH TRANE ,.,. . ..... , NW? HI' ci Q I ici? ' ' 'f re A '4 I53 I I Ranking second only lo compefifive a+hle+ics on +he Aggie campus is lhe Inrramural deparfmenf which is second +o none wesr of 'rhe Mississippi, and headed by H. R. Hunsaker Affer a year's leave from ihe campus while he was workin + 9 0- ward his M.A. degree, Hy has refurned 'lo Ufah S+a+e wifh even more new ideas +o puf l'he already smoo+h o erafin P 9 syslem across 'I'o 'l'he s'I'uden1's . . . Filling info a war-lime program, as is lhe case wiih every deparrmenl' of 'l'he school, Hunsalcer's program has even exfended 'l'o all fhe servicemen 'rhai' are 'rraining here. n I ir a m u r a I s ww X Ulf f' I54 f-f"f Coach H. R. "Hy" Hunsaker Assis+an+s: Gran? Cullimore a Aquilla Allen ln+erfra+erni+y Baskeiball Phi Kappa Alpha Ag Swimmers Marlow S+ark Boxing: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1. f Qzzr' nd sae, x if .HL 'F'-3, L 1 gf, - -45. w- 7 n 13 L f. 1 4 .9 'lm Hs: if "xii, L , W -.nl ' HY? .i lk 5 2? f In , I U1 , -58.4 , 'E v I Q I: 'K 4' di? fe? V 'aiu' ,Q 5 fu is 2 wr z 553 ifi ir. : 52 L , 2 ls I Q-.-cz' LH lf 213 ' '1 .-: ., MN 'A , 45151, gg 555113 W S MU -, . 'ii Y' . Azilzw-1--SQL M ' , If ,z Mg :K ' K W 5 1 1 s A , M I Q , .xv 1 : ' k Y' . gp W y mifyfgw' . LW.h X 1, , ,a,i.NQsf, 15' '27 . V . 1 ,g i Q , ff , , z wgfEf'f1 if b ,g ' wgfgfrfrf'--11 ., ' , M i ,.:.. 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Teams who enlered 'rhe conlesl besides 'rhe winners were Thela Upsilon, Kappa Della and Speedslers. lnframural Open House, 'l'he gala indoor-sporls carnival parlicipaled in by 'rhe bulk of Ufah S1'a1'e's mural a+hle+es, was moved back +o hisioric old Smarl gym 'lhis year a'F'I'er a whirl al' The field house lasl' year . . . Dean Andrew, junior manager, was in charge of fhe highlighi' of lhe winler quarler inframural affair, which was won by 1'he Della Phi frafernify, which +oolc +he crown away 'From 'rhe Pi Kaps, who have held 'rhis honor for +he pasi' 1'wo years . . . Wifh a well-balanced 20-man squad, +he "Parsons" look six firsls and four seconds +o nose our l'he nearesl' rival, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 465 +o 456 . . . There was even a war-lime nole +o lhe evening of gala inlramural acfivifies as fhe evening was slarfed off wilh a flag-raising ceremony and a "Commando" race +ha+ corresponds +o lhai' given in lhe pre-flighf condilioning schools of +he nafion. Leon Lilz besled his old rival, Roger Taylor 'ro cop 'rhis even'r . . . HenrieHa Jones, Pi Kappa Alpha queen en+ry, was voled queen of +he evening aH'er a weelc's balloling in 'rh halls of old main. l57 Frequenlly seen in her converlible coupe piled high wilh coeds is Rae Yocum, lriend ol all. "Yoc" is direclor ol wom murals. Having allained her B.A. and M.A. degrees, she is now working lor a Ph.D. and hopes lo linish belore she reaches lhirly . . . Among her numerous accomplish- menls, she has won lhe Norlh-Wesl singles lille in lennis, lourlh place in lhe I936 Olympic iavlin lhrowing conlesl, pilched sollball lor leam lhal won lhe Pacilic coasl and Canadian championship, and has won lwo lilles in badminlon. She golls in lhe lower lorlies, bowls in lhe 200's, and is very modesl aboul her varied achievemenls . . . Has again been named lo advise Spurs lor a coming year. en's inlra- Direclor Rae "Yoc" Yocum f i , Women s Intramurals Each year lor lhe las+ seven years, a cup has been awarded lo lhe sororily gaining lhe mosl poinls in inlra- murals, and il was lo be given lo lhe sororily who had won il lor lhree conseculive years: lhis year lhe Chi Omega sororily was given lhe cup lo keep. A plaque is presenled lo lhe group ol independenls who have lhe highes+ poinl average, and lheir name is engraved upon il: lhe Aggielles were given lhe plaque lhis year. W.A.A. Council: Phyllis S. Hall, Phyllis Cullimore, Manager: Elsie Embry, Billie Jean Nixon, Norene Kunzler, Louise Elizabelh C. Barlow, Dorolhy Tervorl, presidenl. F' Id E ' ie , ros Hunsalcer, Allon Reeve, Lois Downs ffiord rel place winners in 'rhe Women's lnframurals Aggiefies for waierbaseball, baskefball, shufileboardg Speedsfers 'For +eniquoi+, croquef, foul pifching, and soffball. Delia for swimming. Alpha Chi Omega bridge. Thefa Upsilon for ping pong and and Lambda Delia Sigma for dance conlesf evenfs. Tennis: Nixon, Tervorf, Fridal, Sanders Thela Upsilon Ping Pong: ' Lois Adams, LaRee Lamb Shuffleboard: Elizabefh Moore, Beverly Tervori, Odessa Smi+l1. axalion 'ff -5-L ,A Y r as .Aa Aggie eHes, Fronf Row: Tervorl-, Cullimore, Friclal, Reber Back Row: Tl1ax1'on, Tervor+, Moore, Smiilw. Kappa Delfa Swimming, Fron'l' Row: Linke, Nilson, Lind holm. Back Row: Pafh, Barber, Hillyard. , ,Rh 1' F ." if ' ' , sm:-FTM it .Jil in V, 1 . - V, X , ',-4 V ' I N . -2. w 1 i I Y ,A . ,i X! q -V Y . Nl 1 1 - li-.TA-.QQ -'N sx, . , U , Q 'f 71 " ' '.:1L -, ' f W.-Ev ....,...- I 1 .J , T53 ' 'N A . '. ff-f 4 4- -. 1..- , 3: wx Q M- -fx v rv i w F 4 J A x N, ii w lv,-f -aff I. -swf' J 7 1 0 Tlzf, Sq I, , ' V' w QL: - 42'-we , , ffl' of'-' ivlif, ' "lf . Q 1.3 J X sf' 5 . J - ,-W 92 f gp ff ' 1 Z YH , f' '5 f, '4's fiQQgigf2 ' TA -- ' Yi. v-f h , i 45. G. A Q , gm A , ,Q 7.7f avy and n,,..-..:.1l..::..!m.., ,.,.., i.,,.:.,,,.,:. . ,. - 1 A N 4 352 marines trained here 1, xp -I ,1 ., f f, :Ji 1' ..-M 6'1" l if ,,,,g,. , sorority and fraternity life Then fhere's fhe comparafively large group of Aggies fhaf gef pasf 'rhe blackball gang and ask for bids af fhe deans' offices. They walk down fhe hill and a liffle fimidly yell ouf fhe name of fheir chosen group, or ask Dean Hendricks if fhere is a bid from fheir chosen unif, and for a week or fwo fhey play cock-of-fhe-walk and sfruf around fhe house fronf rooms. Suddenly fhey discover house clufies, seniorify, grumpy house managers and fighf-fisfed freasurers. Buf fhe glory of wearing an acfive pin, even following a week of work, paddling and rafher cruel psychology, fakes fhe place of all fhe misery fhaf comes before. And fhey usually wind up confirmed Greeks. appeals to many La Mar Monroe Wilford Smeding Roberf Branges George Barfon Lawrence Auberf Lynn 'Page J. Keller Chrisfenson Frank Yose Roberf Choafe Edward Conslavi Eldon Drake James McFall Augusf Auberf Ralph Pace Ralphael Brugger James Tasso James Lewis Douglas Ryan Harvey Voorhees John Munz IIIH phi epsilon Down on Wesf Cenfer in fhe shadow of fhe fell- fale hearf reside fhe campus Bluebeards con- sfanfly dreams of a Hedy LaMarr filled harem, inch fhick iuicy T-bones, and green shade in which fo lay on a hof summer's day. SPE's spice Aggie social whirl wifh unique house parfies, faking fhe girl friend home by fhe morning lighf and groggily awaking af noon fhe nexf day fo plan 'I'he weekend house parfy. Heaped Kappa Delfa Helen Nilson wifh "Queen of Hearfs" fifle and covefed gold cup af annual formal before brofhers leff for dufy wifh Uncle Sam's services. ln prexy LaMar Monroe fhey found more 'than iusf "a good Joe" for fhey had a I45-pound wresfling champ as well. Nof only do fhey play a mean game of baseball, buf fhey can be heard anywhere wifhin a radius of fwo miles abouf seven o'clock each nighf when fhe gang gafhers af ball park fo fouch up a bif on a game. Crushing handshakers, Idaho beer fiends and suckers for ice cold fubbings fhe Sig Eps live in a cycle of fun. Granf Jardine Granf Hyer Karl Tafi' Neil Monroe Lee Bar+on Garry Beu+ley Frank Lowry R. J. Rickenback Lavon Herzog Owen Liiz LaVere Wareing Creed Evans Byron Aorup Horace Tremeliing Kei+h Henrie Joseph Pass Leon Liiz Roberi' Roser Worrh McNeil Morris Sani' Kei'H1 Wray I65 1. 41 SN Evelyn Elaine Violei' Olsen Nedra Rifa Barbara Roberia Seamons Adams Brown Daiwyler Jones Perkins Pau Marjorie V Marylene Lois Belva Gwen LaRee Gwendolyn Paul Reeve Adams Andrus Keelch Lamb Smiih Dorofhy Vonna Vee Anna Lyle Edna Dalma Shirley Donna Lundahl Nelson Price Willie Barkdull Bernison Mickelson Ka'l'hryn Ruih Dorcas Anna Jackie Doro+hy Virginia Peggy . Hill Huichison Waddoups Lyon Marquardson Moriensen Dixon Thorpe A+ 'rhe Bird, sireaking 'iwo blocks io The eighi o"clock creeper, or leHing down fheir hair ai' brealh- faking all nighl' paiama -parfies, 'rhe Theia U's are much in evidence. Remodeling +he red brick house on second 'easi vacafed by Beia Kappa, lhey decoraied each room in iheir favorife colors of l'he rainbow. Wiih only a minui'e's nofice ihey can +urn 'ihe house info a nighi club 'For dinner dances or open house for l'he campus Greeks. Thefas inifiaied affairs for marines and sailors and rivaled local USO for a servicemen's den. Pulling shings bul burning red iape 'l'he bond of sisler- hood reached info +he poliiical hodge-podge and drew ou+ a s+uden'r body vice-presideni' and senior class secreiary. The gals mainiain ihai' 'lhey owe iheir slighl figures lo house moiher, Mrs. Boe, who know iusi whal' care a college coed needs. Ringleaders in a revised goal week, 'l'hey poliiely refer io ii as couriesy week when 'ihe underdogs live in 'rhe basemeni pledge room. Religiously praise Founder's Day on January ZI al' impressive ceremonies. They promoie 'friendly relalions wilh all male I groups and assure ihem +ha+ a The'ra smile is besi. I66 .J theta upsllom WA? A S I III il I1 Reed Budge George McDonald Ariel Bernslen Scool- Bliss John Sieve Daniels Edmund Gubler Eldon Loclcharf Roberl' Krueger Richard L. Slevens Marion Dunn Denl' Duslin Jay Hamil+on Kyle Siephens Keilh Brough Lawrence Whi+ney Roger Taylor Bill Higbee Quin+in Hiclcen John Brown Roberl' Nickerson Darwin Bell Thomas James Richard Frandsen Lewis Sadlier Malcolm Condie Jerry Dunn Viclor Boll Donald Humpherys Donald Frandsen Hayes Oberg Farrell Humphreys Wesley Hill David Deschamps Tom Kelchum Ira Larsen Burlce Jensen Grani' Clark Bill Robins Ray Alvord Ralph Brown Don Paulsen KH' Weyland Welle-rs of the cast "We're in fhe army now" became swan song of Sigma Nu dough-boys when only fwelve refurnecl fo fhe casfle on frafernify row spring quarfer. Play boys of fhe campus, fhey fear fhe casfle fo bifs and rebuild if fo suif fheir fasfes as a wrecked ship or a barn where fhey hold hair-raising house parfies. ln fhe Sig Nu's possession is over one fhousand dollars in war bonds and sfamps which added anofher cup fo fhose on fhe manfel as a resulf of fhe campus bond drive. Mighfy proud are fhey of famous alums who foughf in baffles of Midway and fhe Pacific. They cook up any excuse fo gafher fhe gang and dance fo fhe rhyfhm of fhe well-used record player and love fo serenade in spife of fheir famous 'rifle as fhe worsf singers on fhe campus-claiming fhaf fhey haven'f had a pianisf in fhe fraf for so many years fhaf fhey sing slighfly off key and make up half fhe words. Turning senfimenfal fhey puf fhe whife sfar and rose on Beffy Lou Lindholm besfowing her wifh fhe honor of Sigma Nu girl for fhe durafion. They gafher falenf from Ogden and forever are affempfing fo keep financial reporfs ouf of fhe red. Ie kappa delta Firsl' Row: Phyllis Sloddard, Jeanne Allen, Jean Crawford, Joyce Evans, Be'Hy Hendricks, Virginia Baleman, Helen Michaelsen, Shirley Wailand. Second Row: Jean Clemen'l's, Helen Tillofson, Ursula Domina, Lucile Chrisiensen, Ann Louise Barber, Palsey Barber, Hazel Siodclard, Marjorie Hyer. Third Row: Doris Fihgerald, Gwennelh Sieffensen, Belrly Lou Lindholm, Ellen Maughan, Beih Clark, Virginia Carlson, Wanda Schow, Louise Yose. Fourlh Row: Mary Coslley, Melba Call, Ka+ie Loosle, Ella Jean Carlson, Pauline Hyer, Geraldine Paxfon, Evadeane Johns, Beverly Holm- gren. Fiflh Row: Pauline EllioH, Roma Poole, Lorraine Linke, Margery Boolh, Twylla Pococlx, Shirley Hillam, Koleen Schaub, Barbara Winn. Sixlh Row: Mildred Belisle, Avon DeVree, Jeane Sanl', Elizabe+h Manning, Joyce Egberl, AnneHe Bickmore, Virginia Smilh, Ann Ra+h, Amy Hillyard. Q v Y Z KJ gr . L- 6' . V ' L ' - .qy ,A '- 343 f Typical of +he shapely blondes, ravishing red heads and black-eyed Susans who in- habii' rhe congenial domain of 'rhe KD's was The Kappa Della charm hour. Lovers of fhree-poinf averages, 'rhey rival +he Pi Kaps in lceeping scholarship cups over a span of years buf gel' around whefher in Moyle Q's class, al' 'lhe Bird or ai rhe Gem. ln'ralce on swamped 'relephone 604 raisecl wi+h Harvesl' Queen, Sigma Nu Girl, and Queen of Hearls in fheir mids+. Probees chanl' longer-uncomprehensible lingo +han Lucky Sfrilce 'robacco aucfioneers when answering lelephones, while all fhe sislers profess +o dish ou'l' wicked lines. Busier fhan highway 9l rhe house is scene of novel rush par+ies, lounge for sfray males, and general infor- mafion bureau. They ofien hang our a "For Women Only" sign and concenfrafe brains on lrivial ma'H'ers of a coed world. Wall Slreel financiers who smoke lilly cenl cigars and convene regularly each Monday lo discuss nolhing more imporlanl lhan lhe nexl house parly are lhe Sigma Chis. To hold a salon lree-lor-all or a respeclable house parly is a realized ambilion, while lhey are known lo lhrow lhe snappiesl parlies on lhe campus. The lads donaled piggy banks lo lele parling brolhers-sank lheir lasl dime in an arislocralic banquel and lormal. Claim priorilies on Ulah Slale alhleles and habilually come oul on lop for inlramural lille. Probably are subiecl lor more gossip lhan any olher organizalion, bul denounce all rumors poinling oul lhal lhey are only propaganda. Have in lheir ranks innumerable prize penny llippers, class presidenls, and councilm en. Sigma Chi ma's and pa's lurn oul once a year lo become acquainled al a banquel. The army moved inlo lheir lhree-year-old house in lale spring. Firsl Row: George Weslon, Jean Carlos, Fred Allen, John Sorensen, Ted Benson, Dudley Emmell, Bill Twilchell, Alma Sonne. Second Row: Granl Cullimore, Lyman Tarbel, Orson Bankhead, Burns Crookslon, Granl While, George Bullen, Sherwin Maeser, Clair Bello. Third Row: Dale Homer, Alan Wilson, David Moore, Conrad Alder, Widlsoe Checkells, Eldred Pelerson, Dick Grillin, Dean McNeil. Fourlh Row: Sidney Cardon, Norman Salisbury, Granl Esplin, Norman Sonne, Richard Tippels, Gibb Madsen, Clarence Randall, Frank Hanson. Fiflh Row: Rulon Gardner, Don Baleson, L. R. Walker, Dick Howard, Jim Marlin, Glen Sorenson, Fred Slewarl, Jack Crookslon. Sixlh Row: Jack Gilberl, Reid Pedersen, Wendell Roskelley, Dean T. Johnson, Dave McMulIin, Cannon Parkinson, Kennelh Farrell, Glen Manning, Marvin Lewis. sigma chi Nick Mascaro Ralph Lundsfrom LeRoy Gregory Evan Sorenson Dale Chris+ensen Alan Carier Edward Marlin Bill Hunleir Alvin Pendlefon Dean Bello William Anderson Dale Reese Barnard While Charles Eubank Eugene Wrighi' Kenne+h Lindsay Jim Sorensen Darrell Ward Wal'rer Smiih Rex Fuhriman Jay Allen Kenneih Williams Roberf Machin Tom Jenkins Dick Williams Reese Allen Gerald Haich Nagel Palmer Joseph Meyer Boyd Chrisfensen I73 45- W E DQ 0 I11 I3 g il An eye 'For glamour, an ear for fales of husband pursuil, a mourh io sing praises of sisrer Chi's-fhese are +he Chi O dwellers in 'ihe cardinal and s'rraw hui on lhe sou'l'h side of +own. Proudly iniroduce admirers +0 Auni' Kale who keeps vigilanf walch over 62 prodigal daughrers. Hand down from sisfer 'I'o sis+er Spur prexy while Dream Girl of PiKA and lnframural Queen also can be found in 'l'he bond of sisferhood. Convene Monday nighis +o kni+ one purl +wo on frousseaus while "Liz" uselessly aHemp+s fo keep order. Casually referred fo as sirens of fhe campus, +hey invi+e a fraf or serviceman each week +o swing ou+ 'ro covered radio-phonograph combinaiion. Flourished while carnafions on Founder's Day, wowed servicemen a+ USO for a day, and indulged in all nighl' inil'ia+ion ceremonies. They presen+ed Madam Chiang Chi-shek a medal for ou'I'- sranding service. Elizabeih Call Barlow Henriella Jones Emma Marlin Be++y Halch Maudie MaHhews Imogene Lee Anne Ryan Lucile Roylance Be'l'h Wakley Jane Moss Karoll Haighl Capener Rosella Larkin Margaref Todd Veda Mae Munk Julia Theurer Dol' Hickman Kaihryn Kirkham Edilh Pond Barbara Dunn Virginia Lee Wilma Gunn Mariha Peierson Polly Parkinson Sherma Slanfill Frances Monlrose Helen Baugh Carol Birch Dorolhy Bradshaw Marian Carlisle Beih Corey Marianna Crookslon Elaine Cullimore Eugenia Dallon Lorene Donaldson Bonnie Rae Ellison LaRue Evans Mariorie Farr Josephine Foulger Aflon Hall Mary Leone Haighl' Audrey Houchen Gayle Jacobsen Mariorie Marsden Doro+hy Jean Nelson Marian Olsen Charlene PeHerson Enid Roberfs Verla Rudeen Dorolhy Simpson Faye Wennergren Adelle Young Ru+l1 Wilson Elizabefh Blair Veva Mae Gammell ln l'he domain of Chief Dulch Power and his eighly desperacloes live lhe nolorious SAE's. Led by Minerva, Goddess of Wisdom, 'lhe brolhers have a superb knowledge of -pool and claim all honors of relaining l'he l'il'le as pool sharks al Owl con- venlions. Polenlial iournalisls of lhe fourlh es'ra'l'e, 'lhe fral boasls a perennial iournalisfic click and each year win a keg of beer from lhe Sigma Chis in lhe publicized "Z" game lo 'lap al' a beer busl. Parked around 'lhe corner are a greal' assorlmenl of cars lhan Heinz has pickles proudly displaying many C ralion cards. ln a crowd an SAE s'l'icks oul' like a sore lhumb wearing obnoxious lies, shouling conglomeraled nicknames for everyone, and pleasing 'rhe girls. Mosl of lheir nighls are spenl' dancing lo 'lhe nearesl iuke box or pulling gags on easy-going fralernily brolhers. Wayne Jack Richard Bill J Eldridge Shaw Call Power Slalen ay Bill Clinlon Ralph Robe Hansen Ball Nelson Smi+h Wenner Calder Chris Sian Haro Marlin Pickell' Leslon Andersen DeLa Mare H 'll ' , ii. W .f l76 Firsi- Row: Merlyn Jones, Darold Johnson, Blaine Heusser, lra Taylor, Ray Wilson, Homer Jaynes, Lee Sharp, Lloyd Erickson. Second Row: Alberi' Simpson, Dick Ricci, Dan Worlfon, Wayne Chris+ensen, Cyril Kearl, Bill Sharp, Russell Sfoker, Lyngby S'l'oker. Third Row: Chari+on Jacobs, Sheldon Fiizgerald, G. Frank Somsen, LaVar McMillan, John Dale James, Glen Zimmer- man, Ervin Crosbie, Doug Eldredge. Four+h Row: Charles Buehler, Jerry Welker, Rex McEni'ire, Earl Johnsfon, Dean Sharp, John McDonald, Sieve Call, Ralph Foulger. Fiffh Row: James Brisnahan, Wilburn PickeH', Roberl' Jensen, Junior Johnson, Rulon W. Call, Don Simmonds, John Paulos, Calvin Dobson. Six'rh Row: Val Simpson, Dean Baugh, Jack Boyle, Kei+h Allred, Dean K. Johnson, Ward Go.rdon, James McHugh, Gordon Schvaneveldlz Sevenfh Row: Douglas Barker, Harry Soleras, Dan Hill, Aquilla Allen, Allen Packer, Emil Henich, Edward Boyle, Harry Bonnell. sigma alpha epsilon I77 Rafed as perpefual campus big-wigs and said fo be fhe ideal dafe girls are fhe Alpha Chi's who fwo years ago forfeifed a fraclifional casfle home fo hang fheir coafs in a big rock house eighf blocks furfher from ye alma mafer buf nearer fo Logan's five and dime shopping cenfer. They flaunf fop nofch polifics by claiming a class vice-presidenf and secrefary, Sweefhearf of Sigma Chi and more sis- 'fers in American college who's who fhan ofher clans. Began parfyin' wifh a rip snorfin' barn dance and kissed fhe boys good-bye af a Valenfine formal. Alpha Chi's have sfaked ouf one-fhird inferesf in fhe library following years and years when books were presenfed fo fhe insfi- fufion on March I Hera day. As fancy sfrikes fhem fhey hold lengfhy sessions af fhe house discussing everyfhing from fhe lafesf romance fo losing fhe scholarship cup by very close margin. Go info escfasies whenever picnics are menfioned and can be found af any hour of fhe day sfair gazing in Old Main. :- 1,-:5 A ,i 'NL L , ,JSM , K I ip. Vi, N v1.1 1, ',91g.1.f' . W 525555 QUT' 1 P' ,.4.i,, . , W , fb, Ig 1 Ax Rufh G. Worlfon Helen Sfewarf Jesse Ray Scarfizina Blanche Deschamps Affon Carfer Florence Crane Mary Walker Lausanne Gudmundson Charloffe Henriod Louise Haynie Barbara Hendricks Kafherine Jenkins Jenna Vee Lundahl Beverly Nelson Connie Nelson Rufh Clyde Virginia Cooper Clixie McAlisfer ' 'IJ' V 'EQ I , .1 c., V' ,213 A:-314: 0 .' 1 ffffkeilk :P GX er Y' 'W , Dorolhy Jensen Be'H'y Ann Eldredge Mildred Adamson Dorofhy Meyers Gloria Ray Daphne Painler Dorofhy Wanlass Louise Painler Frances Chrisfiansen Barbara Paulson Gwendolyn Sfock Emelyn Reading alp Almeda Chrisfensen Hale Anne Dorolhy Kennedy Nielsen Donnelle Calherine Olson ' Coray Kalherine Rae Wanr I Brinley Blanche Josephine Sfewari' Wesl- Jean Anna Lee Pugmire Sfrafe ha chu Mary Louise Margarel' Ann Wilson June Slocks Jeanne Forsgren Barbara Ca.r'I'er Peggy Bennlon Alice Smifh A I79 1 -X . . , W - :fi Conslance Blair Beverly Tripp Mariorie Geddes Efhlyn Dickson La Nae BuH'ers omeg Norman Howells Haven Barlow Ray Lu1'z Vernon Carlson Kay Adamson Marion l Richards Aaron A. Amacher Presion Seely Jerry Milligan Leland Graham Bruce Harmon Eugene Henderson Harold Gurlce Melvin lsraelsen Shirley Bishop Beri' Caseman Paul Sharp Oral Ballam Russell T. Johnson Paul Huchel Siayner Thompson Va Nyle Evans Hoyi' Kelley Gene Clark Henry Bradshaw . Charles Kelley Clarence Goodwin Ar'I'hur Jackson David Egberf Sianley Hanlcs Guy Murray George Haskins Wyman Redd Lewis Livingsron Fred H. Tingey Cordell Lundahl Roberl Caine Jacques Pinlcard Ray WhiH'a lcer Harold Blaser Jack Fowler Reed Nielsen Paul T. Thomas Ken? Howard Carl Hylion Byron Turner Sierling Hayward Ed wa rd Pike Reid Hall Wilford Murray Ken Lee Lyn Larsen Elden Fisher Roberf Presi-on Lan Pal Ger Plow Ja Ande La Emp No.r Le Gor I l k P aPPa P h Don Roberl' Bowen Terry Linden Floyd Seamons Bishop Roberi' Welch Melvin Meyer Hangoul for a clan of Ulah Sl'a+e brainfruslers is lhe Pi Kap "l'ong" five minules from Main, around fhe corner from 'rhe Alpha Chi house, and good neighbors +0 Dean Hayward. Exlremisfs, rhe Pi Kaps serve milk and graham crackers al' 'I'he Kid's parl'y and "fire wafer" al' bowerys, use 'lhe froni door creek for discipline and fo seHle problems of 'Feudin' Siudenl' Life and Buzzer edirors who room logelher. Evidence of Pi K A for friendship is +he IOO slrong brolherhood which boasls a sublle polirical machine lhal' man- ufacfured a s'ruden+ body presidenf, iwo class presidenls, prom chairman, and R.O.T.C. cadel' colonel. Claim a 99 year lease on scholarship cups which have clullered house nooks and cran- neys for lhe pasi' seven years. Alfhough noi muscle-men lhey chalked up 32 poinrs 'lo humble 'l'he chagrinned SAE's in inler-frarernily baskei- ball. Wi'l'h lighls lurned low Dream Girl of Pi K A is sung lo Chi O Henriella Jones who reigned over fhe garnel' and gold diamond jubilee celebralion March I. They always bring up Samuel Hall, adopied from lhe Sigma Nus, al' serenades, and used Beamer Hall-Sloddard ro- mance as an excuse 'ro serenade l'he KD's. Un- equaled rushers, rhey hold pledge ceremonies Monday, begin a new group of goals every orher meeling, and spend balmy Sunday in final l ceremonies. Sferling Quinn Daren Dale Jack Vail Bench Eskelsen Blanchard Robbins Olsen Hall Francis ' Ned Frank Allan Dunford Jimmy I Norr Oyler Parker Rozsa Weslon Wilson I Nedra Dafwyler Joy Evans Elizabefh Call Barlow Rufh Wo The'l'a Upsilon Kappa Della Chi Omega Alpha Chi ' Gwendolyn Smifh Jean Crawford Maudie Ma'Hhews Dorolhy Theia Upsilon Kappa Delia Chi Omega Alpha Chi l Phyllis Sioddard Hall, Presideni' pan-hellenic council ln l'he Dean's office Thursday a+ five o'clock lafler rush weekl fhe sorori'l'y council known as Women's Pan-hellenic decided l'he problems of lady Greeks, revamped The conslifufion and planned palriolic programs. Once a monlh each sororify ac+ed as hosless 'ro 'rhe council members al' a dinner par'ry and called on 'lheir righi' hand woman, Dean Hendricks. I82 ililer-fraternity council Roberf Choale Reed Budge Jean Carlos Calder Piclcelrl' Paul Sharp ma Phi Epsilon Sigma Nu Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'Pi Kappa Alpha il. Smeding Law.rence Whi'l'ney George Wesion Dan Worl+on Roberl' Caine Phi Epsilon Sigma Nu Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi Kappa Alpha T5 il Repealing rushing rules and designafing formal dales were lhe main jobs of lhe lnler-fralernify Council. Several sessions wilh Women's Pan-hellenic proved heclic and caused debales, bui' +he cooperalion gained laler proved beneficial. Burns Croolcslon, Presidenl' clubs and honoraries afford Aside from +he social 'Fra'rerni+y and 'I'he class work, 'I'here's a segmeni' of Aggie life a lol' of s'l'uden+s break info. On one side +here's +he clubs, on fhe ofher +he honoraries or achievemenf in some field. Clubs 'Furnish numerous acfivilies, parfies, sporfs, and special proiecis. They move fo 'rhe lop in inframural evenls and, form a real basis of 'Friendship among members. The energelic book worm who's really an experf book worm makes Phi Kappa Phi. A liH'le less scholarship and a li'H'le more ac'rivi+y brings you info ihe big-'lime aclivifies and also bids from Blue Key or Alpha Sigma Nu. Bui i+'s all a phase of s1'uden'r life fhai' every sfudeni' can 'Pouch in some way. membership for all e a i Firsl' Row: Wallace Wighlman, Ellio+ Rich, Alva Snow, Samuel Hil+on, Orson Spencer, Lewis Briggs, Jack B. Wailcins, Evan F. Skeen. Second Row: Dean Bingham, Russell Allen, Woodrow Anderson, Del Monl' Beecher, Llewellyn Bodrero, Sfuarl' Brown, Clif+on Dixon, Wynn Fifie. Third Row: Farrel Francom, Claude Granl, Byron Haderlie, Terrance Halch, Dale Hufchins, Jay Jaussi, Dean McDonald, Don L. Nielsen. Fourih Row: Farres Nyman, Dean Sargenl, Raymond Shaw, James Skidmore, Mayo Smiih, Lund C. Siucki, A.r+hur Wallace, Thad Yos+, Clinion Zollinger. .4A:a g'25-' . 0 Hag. 5 -22.1 is Q15 fn- -5. 'W' 4: qw .-M' .... , use Iniramurals seemed +o be +he big ambiiion of Delia Phi during l942- 43, as managers Thad Yosi and Sam Hil+on argued 'rheir fra+erni'ry in+o poinfs for every evenl' lhal' came up. Open House was 'iaken by an in- spired bunch of missionaries, and high poinfs were won in every event Jus+ a li++le older +han mosiicampus s+uden'I's, Delia Phi claimed l'he brain wave of ihe seniors, Ellio'I' Rich, and disasfrously enfered spring s+uden+ elecfions. Elaboraiely sfaged inifi- a'I'ions, novel parfies, and especially 1'he nighi ihey look over a sfudenl' body dance in levis were all fealures of 'l'he year. Called +he "den," "House of David," and "Parsons' Parlor," fheir oldsfyle frame house iusf off +he norihwesi' corner of +he campus was iruly "home" 'For lhe Delia Phis. Members organ- ized and carried ou+ a well planned cooperafive house plan whereby all pi'I'ched in on household iaslcs. Taking rela+ively liHle of a boarder's iime, +he plan succeeded because of each man's willingness fo coo-peraie. inlramu A A al blgw I87 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-Joy Nelson, Bonna Jones, Beulah Waliher Dalley, MarDean Saunders, Evelyn Smilh, Winifred Wilkinson, secre+aryg Winifred Amacher, women's presidenh Elsie Embry, llean Wai+e, Dean Eyre, men's president Dr. Milion R. Hunler, advisor: Marion Richards, vice presidenh Clyde Richards, +reasurerg Arihur Wallace, Arch Richards, Jerry Plowman, Roy lrick, Don Bingham. lambda delta sigma MEMBERS-Bonna Jones, Margueriie Byinglon, Beih Swenson, Joy Nelson, Ruby Collard, Gwen Hunsaker, Mary Maughan, Rulh Richards,,Rachel Dalley, Verna Michaelis, Helen Wadsworlh, Winifred Amacher, Rulh Swenson, Ann Louise Barber, Beulah Daines, Winifred Wilkinson, Lillian Hun+er, Elna Kemp, Elsie Embry, Leah Amacher, Lois Baer, Mariorie Baleman, Virginia Ba'I'eman, Jayne Beuller, Dorolhy Jenson, Mary Jensen, Fae Chadwick, Veda Chad! dick, Ruih Clyde, Alice Maughan, Arlene Rich Mo.rgan, Jean Sanf, Edi+h Ryman, Josephine Wes'l', Doris Wrighi, Doroihy Tanner, Lorene Tingey, Viola Viebel, Addie Lund, Bernice HuH'quis+, Louise Whiiby, Lorraine Walker, Donna Jansen, Cleone Pixfon, Rulh Huichins, Barbara Hulchins, Lornell Hansen, Belh Swainslon, Elizabelh Manning. chif Largesl' of campus organizarions, Lambda Della Sigma has seven sub- chaplers, all fypes, +alenl', semi-religious members. Sponsored by lhe. L. D. S. lns+i+u+e, members draw up a well-rounded social calendar, in- cluding Chrisimas, sweel'hearl', and spring 'Formal balls. They add 'lo 'lhese a program of culrure meerings, marinee dances, chapfer parries, picnics, firesides, skils, Sunday evening hours. Advisor of 'l'he group is Dr. Hunrer, who waiches close for infringemenls of group rules. A demo- crafic bunch, L. D. S. goes 'ro church occasionally, works on characler and social developmenr, is proud of wha+ lhe organizaiion slands for. They develop leadership, offer a good supplemenl' io fhe work of 'rhe college. gamma A omega MEMBERS-Wolsey Hill, Verlin Slephens, Roy lrick, Ronna Madson, Granl' Thompson, Marcus Cooley, Arnold Mecham, Harold Lindsay, Bernell Evans, J. O. Anderson, Delwin Balls, Norman Mills, Grani' Taro, Timoihy O'Brien, Esfis Copon, Sefh Bills, Oris Black, Dean Bushnell, Ralph Kolrier, Larry Wilcox, Merrill Nelson, James Allen Thomas, Howard Nielson, DeeLon Savage, Garn Gilberi, Lowell Flamm, Warren Ande.rson, John Anderson, George Anderson, Glade Winger, Marvin R. Pack, Rollo Richards, Sfephen Wood, Fred Baird, Wendell Barker, Darwin Baker, William Durran'l', Verl Iverson, Donald Jenson, Roberl' Sneddon, Evan Mecham. MEMBERS-Mae Jensen, Marie Sorenson, Joy Slack, Jean Olsen, Evelyn Smilh, Janeal Ville+, Marie Berry, Maxine Burgoyne, Leona Hansen, Mae Schwarh, Lucille Shepherd, Edna Willie, Doroihy Waiierson, Rosella Larkin, Emma Marlin, Rulh Marie Richardson, Clisfa La.rsen, Esfer Jackson, LaJean Sessions, Marjorie Farr, LaRene Donaldson, Avon DeVree, Alia Hinion, Irene Carlson, LaVon Newey, Mollie Baker, Shirley Bernslon, Carol Cherringion, Ruih Pulsipher, Alice Ackroyd, Joyce Egberf, Barbara Hardman, Nola Hoops, Harrier Janson, Hazel Moorf, Rowena Murdock, Elaine Murdock, Emeline Harris, Eihyl Smiih, Norene Kunzler, Rowene Bafes, Merlene Lovell, LuDean Griffin, Naomi Sfeelle, Zina Mopre, Marjorie Mangum, Lucille Merrill. IS9 beta ,, iii in Rig' MEMBERS-Bernice Randall, Marvis Roundy, Genevieve May, Velda Murdock, Roma Freeman, Mildred Smifh, Rea Madsen, Donna Smiih, Rufh Hyer, Marian Wes+, Donna Gold, Lorene Toone, Rela Armsfrong, Lucinda Anderson, Beulah Walfher, Lila Ralphs, Reva Fielding, Elaine Daniels, Eula Johnson, Merle Mecham, Marjorie Boo'I'h, Elizabefh Manning, Flossie Adams, Erma Daniels, Viva Funk, Bernice Bennion, June Lund, Dora Mangum, Loraine Moss, Mardean Saunders, Naomi Parrish, Maxine Smifh, Lawana Riplinger, Readine Robinson, Verna Roundy, Dalma Barkdull, Bonnie McFarland, Reva Judd, Elaine Rober+s, Warmeih Gardner, Lucille Ha+ch, Rozella Hunier, Lois Pefersen, Barbara Curlis, Marie Cardon, Norma Blo'Her, Elma Wadsworfh, Vera Spencer, Mariorie Miller. lambda della sigma MEMBERS-Dean Eyre, Clyde Richards, Marion Richards, George Robinson, Arfhur Wallace, Woodrow Anderson, Gran+ Anderson, David Burgoyne, Arihur Campbell, Waller Durlschi, Quinfen Hicken, Theo Hymas, W. E. Mc- Murdie, DeRay Parker, Arch Aichards, Jesse Robinson, Glen Wahlquisf, Rulon Woodbury, Gordon Moses, Newel Daines, Don Nielsen, Ray Wilding, Joseph E. Blace, James Skidmore, Roberl- Lawrence, John Prico, Merl Sfokes, Gerald Plowman, Jack Anderson, Don Francis, Dean Ba+e, James Gamble, Gale Halverson, LaMon+ BenneH', Philip Hulme, David C-arrigan, Glen Meh.r, Farres Nyman, Dan Smirh, Burfon Roberfson, Gerald Walker, Duard Woffindon, Raymond Haslam, Evan Skoon, Granl'A1'hay, Gordon Bigler, :aul Wisor, William Capener, Cliffon Dixon, Cless Olney, Verle Bo man. p s l alph MEMBERS-Blauer Banger+er, Don Bingham, Orin Dance, S+ewar+ Johnson, Alvin MacKay, Lowell Pack, Willis Presrwich, Daniel Zohner, James Dalley, Alma Lawrence, Gordon Smiih, Gale Reed, Sfanley Fuller, Frank Bauman, Wendel Harris, Roberi' Kerr, Roberf Leland Sorensen, Fred Manwaring, James Sandberg, Dean Sargeni, Earl Peierson, Harold Taylor, Lorin Taylor, William Sears, Calvin Miles, Clifford Merrill, Glen Lavon Mehr, Clisbee Lyman, Charles Lindsay, Joseph Laurence, William Johnson, James Huber, Samuel Hilfon, Jack Gilberi, Jack Whiilock, Sianley Whiie, Warren Waliers, Lee Sienquisi, Harold Dance, Delmar Gibson, Harmon Sfeed, Widisoe Basfain, Fred Baird, John Daw MEMBERS-llean Waiie, Melva Richey, Marvel Cooley, Edifh Ashby, May Howell, Jean Moss, Beverly Minor, Bei-l'e Weaver, BeHy Lowe, Rober+a Anderson, Bernice Ba++, 'Ruih Bazfer, Nora Eloise Benson, Mildred Zollinger, Lenore McGregor, Jane Dunn, Louise Field, Erma Andrews, Eloise Anderson, Dorofhy Jean Pugmire, Valeene Twi'I'chell, lla Mae Pugmi.re, Barbara Haws, Nadine Johnson, Margaref Merrill, Doroihy Morfensen, Peggie Serpa, Jean Wilcox, Ivean Hansen, Radia Smifh, Celia Mafhews, Lillian Somors, Sarabeih Mackay, June Larson, Oriell Jenne, Mary Dillman. l9l p h I Achievemenf of fhe year for lnfer-col- legiafe Knighfs was fhe laborious moving of fhe block "A" from mechanic arfs fo library, all done in fhe space of "A" clay. Individual honor wenf fo Mel lsraelsen who was named royal king of fhe club. Junior class members clirecfecl acfivifies, sopho- mores, and freshman carried fhem ouf. lK's fake care of afhlefic evenf ushering in cooperafion wifh fhe Spurs, planned enferfainmenfs, lush canyon parfies. Characferizecl by dirfy sweafers and ex- aggerafed inifiafions, fhe group also con- ducfs main hall shoe shineries. Masfer inferior clecorafors, fhe Knighfs painfed fheir fop-floor office in Old Main every color from deep blue fo fhe clelicafe pasfels. They boasf a luxurious lounge, Time magazines and fhe lafesf Esquire. 1 VLEFEI-,fsZ,a3s'., C 1 ':,lgff'. ..- .V fffjf. 'ffF,??il5f-dflr5 sf N -' 5-in :ryxgij ,' ' Y' 4 ,f Duke Melvin lsraelsen 'ntercollegiale knights l s p u r S Func+ioning chiefly a+ baske+ball and foofball games, Spurs sell candy bars and programs. Their brorher organizaiion, Infercollegiafe Knighfs, make 'ihe money off +he programs, and meei' a'r parfies wi'rh ,fhe Spurs, for which 'I'hey never show u-p. Usher du'ry, Sunday morning ceremonies, whi+e uniforms, and many members characierize 'rhis service club. Back Row: Wilma Gunn, Lois Adams, Barbara Dunn, Ruih Marie Richardson, Marfha Peierson, Louise Haynie, Merle Mecham, Gwenneih Sief- fensen, Olga Do+son. Froni' Row: Mary Whi'I'e, Venna Michaelis, Donna Mickelson, Gwen Keeich, Anna Lyle Price, MaryV'PeHerson. Back Row: Alia Jolly, Claire Larsen, Francis Jean Chris+iansen, Bonna Jones, Polly Parkinson, Anne Kennedy. Fronf Row: Larene Toone, Inez Dalpiaz, Doroihy Hiss, Viva Funk, Be+h Swenson Paisy Barber, Wanda Schow. as-5--I Firsf Row: Elliof Rich, Sfanley P. Ander- son, Joe Anderson, Calder Pickelf, Lieufenanf Colonel Ben B. Blair, Aaron Amacher, Burns B. Crooksfon, Haven Barlow. Second Row: Gordon Porfer, Russell Sfoker, Evan Iverson, Berf Case- man, George Lacey, Ted Bernhisel, Ken Lee, Ted Benson, Paul Thomas. Back Row: Roy W. Humphreys, George Bullen, Lane Palmer, Marion Richards, Clyde Richards, Don Bowen, Charles Kelley, Jack Anderson, Lynn Larson. blue key - service fraternity Planning and execufing all sorfs of proiecfs, Blue Key meefings were filled wifh promises from members "fo gef going on fhaf righf away." An unsuccessful campaign was launched fo direcf sfairway fraffic in fhe main halls, and blood banks, knofhole clubs and beffer assemblies were all duly con- sidered. To offsef fhe flood of men leav- ing for fhe army, membership was liffed from fwenfy fo fwenfy-six. Formal meefings af fhe Logan Bluebird gave way fo informal meefings. Advisors Blair and Porfer swapped anecdofes and gave ouf milifary informa- fion, while Gordon Porfer, Burns Croolcsfon and Sfan Anderson waxed sarcasfic af fhe lower end of fhe fable. A feafure of fhe spring was presenfafion of fhe Blue Key award fo fhe oufsfanding underclassman. ,ll phikappa phi MEMBERS John D Baker Ted B Berhlsel Consiance Blair, Karrol Haighl' Capner, Almeda Brown Chrlsiensen Beulah Mae Dames Al'ron Blgler Davis, Grace S. Dunkley, Eunice Eschler, John Hale Gardner Vaughn E Hansen Henrle'Ha Jones Lurllne Hazel Anderson Jones, Karma Hill Lacey, Ellis Wesron Lamborn Rosella Larkin Jack G Rlcharcls Ruih Richards, Jess Lewis, Max Rogers, Moses Samowi+z, Calvin Warmclc Here is 'rhe inrelligenrsia-l'he upper ren percenl' from each school of 'rhe college. They wear ribbons a+ commencemenl' and dangle gold awards and walk upon 'Phe sfage al' fhe awards ancl honors assembly. OFFlCERS-D. W. Thorne, Moyle Rice, Leonard McDonald, secrelary, William L. Wanlass, presidenr, Mrs. Almeda Perry Brown. 19-'95 Top: E. Hanks, R. Armslrong, H. Wadsworlh, R. DeLapp R Hyer B. Hullquisl, M. Decker. Fronl Row: N. Huber, M. Berrey, A. DeVree, D. Barlow, L. Toone, D Gold R Woll L Hunler. Middle Row: V. Veibell, E. Nyman, K. Hill Lacey, E. Adams l" Moore K Weeks, J. Forsgren, V. Olsen, M. Cooley. Back Row: M. Farr, L. Sessions R Marie Richardson, M. Richey, G. Poslman, N. Ballard, R. Jensen, V. Murdock P Milligan home economics College cooks, Home Economics club slarls wilh lhe inlricacies ol boiling waler and ends up wilh lhe inlricacies ol boiling waler. A shorl- lived career was spenl selling lunches lo sludenls in lhe lemporary Kollege Kanleen. The club is proud ol ils parlicipalion in service parlies, and lhey love lo help enlerlain lhe men ol lhe army, navy and marines. Frequenlly lhey gel logelher wilh lheir cross-lhe-campus pals, lhe members ol lhe Ag club, and lhrow parlies. The girls sponsored lhe appearance ol Nancy Finch, nu- lrilion aulhorily, who lold aboul "Our Parl lor Viclory." They also enlrain lor six weeks al lhe collage and pick up lurlher lundamenlals ol lhe culinary. alpha leta The upper crusf of bofh Ag and foresfry sfudenfs, Alpha Zefa is made up of iuniors and seniors. Meefings are helzl bi-weekly, wifh educafional lecfures from campus big-shofs serving fo in- form fhe lads. Socially fhey enjoy fheir frequenf gef-fogefhers wifh Phi Upsilon Omicron. A big spring parfy is fheir chief affair of 'rhe year. Spring inifiafions reveal fhe new members in fhe lafesf fhing in Gene Aufry affire. Formal inifi- afion brings paddling, memory work. Nof foo Kieffl-, Ar+l1u.r, Clyde Richards, much accomplished, buf a nafional honorary sfafus makes if worfh while. Eldon Drake, Fred Cornaby, Jay Anderson .- Kneeling: Clyde Richards, Anfhon Ernsfrom, Kennefh Rees. Fronf Row, Sfanding: Kiefh Arfhur, Keifh Rees, James Tasso, Orson Mohlman, R. W. Woodward. Back Row: Jay Anderson, Tom Brofhersen, Fred Cornaby, Neil Frischknechf, Professor Dee Broadbenf. I97 Biggesl purpose of Phi Upsilon Omicron seems 'ro be enieriainmenl' of lhe honor- ary ag, Alpha Zeia. However, fhey do give annual scholarships lo +he number one home ec girl, make up proiecis such as iheir Chrisimas fruii cake affair, worked on Kelley's Kollege Kanleen, and enieriain iransfer siudenis. This year 'rhey celebraie rheir fweniieih anniversary as a nafional and honorary group. Phi U con- cen+ra+es on +he upper sfraium of The deparimeni, infelleciual life, reporfs from Consumer Educafion. phi upsilon 0 'fn i C I- 0 n Sea+ed-Mrs. Harris, Rufh Hyer, Presidenh Elaine Adams. Slandlng-Vlolei Brown, Rela Armsirong. Senior Members: Sealed-Violei' Brown, Verleene Pace, Jean Olsen. S'I'anding- Ruih Hyer, Rosella Larkin, Mrs. Harris. Rela Armstrong, Elaine Adams, Karma Lacey, Joy Evans, Helen Wadsworfh. Freshmen Members: Seaiecl-Hazel Moore, Genevieve May, Marjorie Bale- man. Sianding-Lu Jean Sessions, Doro- 'ihy Bradshaw, Rowena Baies, Doroihy Barlow, Winifred Amacher, Viola Veible. Palmer, Evan Iverson, Blanche Deschamps, Sian Anderson Password of 'lhe lop rwelve of +he senior class is "Alpha Sigma Nu +o you," and Alpha Sigma Nu really goes in for +he fine ar'r of mu+ual admiralion. Each member has 'lhe honor of 'I'hrowing a parly 'For +I1e olher eleven, and meelings are held where and when convenienl. Presidenl' was Sian Anderson, whose menral banfering wi+h anofher member, Gordon Porrer, was loo oflen inlerrupred by 'lhe sraicl busi- ness of +heir honorary. Gwen Hunsalcer, of S+uden+ Life was The 'l'op girl named. Lane Palmer, Sludenl Life ediror was a liHle more enlhusiaslic rhan was 'Phe president Emma Marrin, George and Karma Lacey, Aaron Amacher and Porfer represenled s+uden+ council. Debafing aclivifies helped pul Evan Iverson in The fra'l'erni+y while Joyce Adney go'l' 'lhere by lhe 4-H roule. Exlensive work in home ec puf in Rulh Hyer, and music was fhe main 'Field of Blanche Deschamps. lop seniors-alpha sigma nu Aaron Amacher, Gwen Hunsaker, Rulh Hyer, Gordon Porfer, Joyce Adney, Emma Marrin, Karma Lacey, George Lacey. A 4 199 i v--1-i...l..i,... w-1-1-1--.1--. . .., erm. - wi' 4,-I-,-.-. . -., Kneeling: Dee Broadbenf, Dr. l. F. Edwards, Howard Barron, Pro'F. Bliss Crandall, Glendon Guyman, Alvin Mackay, Dudley Cook. Sianding Firsl' Row: John Baker, Arnold Taylor, Harold Lindsay, George Ramach, Glen Soulier, James Tasso, Clyde Richards. Second Row: Wells Allred, Worlh McNiel, David Carrigan, Ken Zirker. Third Row: Ray Wilson, Daren Blanchard, John Pherson, Junior Richardson, Dan Dennis, Blane Morrell, Daniel Zohner. judges supreme are One-ihird of 'ihe Unholy Alliance, 'lhe Ag club puls over lhe Harvesf ball, l'he main hall wool exhibif, and numerous proiecfs. Slar members of FFA and 4-H build up 'rhe club, which in l'urn malces up a large parl' of Alpha Zeia. All sludenls maioring in agricullure are eligible for membership. Proudly, lhey sl'al'e lheir purpose is "for 'rhe promolion and improvemen+ of agricul'rure." lce cream sellers, livesfoclc iudgers, fhey hold mee'l'ings al' noon in lheir lalcen-over Animal Husbandry building. Harvesl' Queen Candidaiesz Bonna Jones, Audrey Houchen, Be'Hy Lou Lindholm, Lois Adams, Rosalie Wolf, Jenna Vee Lundall. 200 Alfhough rumors. place fhe number of di- yisions around fiffy, fhere'are acfually only fwo-fhe Ag and Ag Econ. Lilce frue sons of fhe soil fheir favorife pasfimes include sfoclc iudging and caffle feeding. Skelefons abound fheir lab closefs and class-rooms and as fhe senafe's farm bloc, fheir chief belief is in fhe imporfance of agriculfure in America and elsewhere. James Tasso, Daren Blanchard, Wells Allred, Clyde Richards, John Baker, Howard Barron. ag club members Kneeling Don Bingham, Garfh Andher, LeRoy Thompson, Dell Taylor, Glen Sargenf. Flrsf Row Sfanding: Hughes Williams, Roger Sevy, George Barfon, Jay Anderson, Elwood Michelson. Second Row: Rex Nielsen, Elmer Cox, Sheron Chrisfensen, James Alan Thomas, Keifh Rees. l l Top: Fronf Row-James Tasso, Glen Soulier, Eldon Drake, Howard Barron, Fred Cornaby, Kennefh Zirker, Ray Wendel, Professor L. R. Humphreys. Back Row: Harold Taylor, Glenden Guyman, Dan Dennis, John Barfon, Clifford Dixon, Elmer Cox, John Baker, Harold Lindsay, Garn Gilberf, Keifh Reese. Boffom: E. Rice, L. Sfoker, W. Presfwich, Professor F. M. Coe, J. Tasso, G. E. Soulier. The Ag Club enfereol fhe inframural race wifh a vengeance, and capfured one of fhe major mural evenfs of spring quarfer. Wifh proselyfes and acfual Ag majors, fhe spring frack meef on "A" day was chiefly Ag Club, alfhough fhey were pushed close by Sigma Chi. Two accomplished frosh sfars, Bruce Osborne, famous for fhe sprinfs, and Jack Seiferling, deluxe high jumper, spured fhe club 'ro a 6l-60 vicfory. Daren Blanchard led fhe Agsfers fo a club vicfory in swimming. collegiate f. f. a. Members of collegiafe FFA fake special pride in fheir parlimenfary procedure, which fhey exercise af all meefings and emphasize af all fimes. Special acfivifies are run off each year fo build leadership, and special lecfures add fo fhis work which comes under a deparfmenf all ifs own. Ofher years fhey have assisfed each spring in making arrangemenfs for fhe high school FFA convenfion on fhe Aggie campus. horticulture club Wifhin fhe Ag club is fhe Horficulfure club. Fall of fhe year finds fhem busy in fhe apple sheds under fhe eye of F. M. Coe. They make fhe apple cider fhaf's sold fhroughouf fhe firsf fwo quarfers, fhey sell apples, pick up wind-falls, and learn fhe fudamenfals of pruning. Pros- pecfive graffers, inspecfors, research men and "apple polishers" are fhey. aspir Marjorie Tanner Ilean Woodbury, president Sfandingz Mauclie Ma'Hhews, Dorolhy Myers, Lausanne ' Gudmundson. Sealed: Grace Swenson, Kalie Loosle, Mel- ba Call, Vi.rginia Bareman. In fronh Barbara Dunn. ng dramalis Composed chiefly of fhose who appear in every play, Thera Alpha Phi rewards 'ihose who don 'lhe grease- painl and rhe Barrymore complexes. Members had l'ha'I' polished voice you heard upon 'lhe froni row, appear in farce, heavy drama, romance. They claim an undersfanding of George Jean Narhan and aspire 'ro rhe greainess of Helen Hayes. l+'s Their members who had oul' +ha'I' copy of "Arsenic and Old Lace" you wanled so much 'ro read. Assemblies, speech classes, radio bring lhem before lhe eye of +ha'r oh- so-haughry beH'er speech clienfele. This year 'rhey gol' gypped our of 'rhe glory of +he Poerry Fesrival, buf Morgan's melodramas helped +o malce up for il. theta alpha phi 203 ts il. S. Co E. Forgeffing a feud of years, fhe Engineers gave up hafing 'rhe Foresfers in favor of devofion fo Carfer and lsraelsen. En- gineers' Week and ifs fypical fighfs, beards and pipes wenf fhe way of fhe rubber fire., Nucleus of fhe group is upperclass honorary, American Sociefy of Civil Engineers. Marines dominafe iunior class. This year fhey gave up mosf acfivifies and a lol' of space fo make way for nafional defense and mechanical learners. Ken Lee was presidenf of ASCE. Russell S+oker, Keifh Long, Kennefh Lee, presidenfg Ivan Haslam . Q P t h e t r a d I I I 0 n a I Firsl' Row: Delmar Gibson, David Benfon, Ronald Reeve, Wayne Chrisfensen, Eldred Peferson, Donald Jeffs, Keifh Long, Jesse Robinson, Melvin Holley, Berf Caseman. Second Row: Russell Sfoker, Spencer Wayff, Charles Kelley, Marcus Cooley, David Moore, Tom Power, Ray Behling Calvin Warnich, George Jenkins, Daryl Simons, Elved Wrighf. Third Row: Elliofl' Rich, Kenneih Lee, Vaughn Hansen, Horfen Nielsen, Frank Hanson, Lowell Pack, Professor H. S. Carfer, Ray Partridge, Oriel Malikin, Vernon Carlson, Louis Hickman. 204 fore-slers Proud and clannish because of fheir off- campus localion, 'lhe Foreslers Club is prob- ably lhe mos? acfive Aggie group. Some- wha'r clepleied in membership, +he club carried on in several maior acl'ivi'I'ies, big- gesi' of which, Foresiers' Week, was elimi- nafecl because of war conclifions. The year s+ar+s off wi+h a fall barbecue, wi+h infra- mural evenls and infer-class compe'I'i+ion car- rying on ihrough fhe year. They Temporarily buried fhe hai'che+ wilh fheir rival Engineers, all done in a public assembly. Paul's Parfy is l'heir biggesi' social evenl. Only school on fhe campus which pul's ou+ a weekly newspaper, Chips, 'I'hey also have a club hm- yearbook, +he Ufah Juniper. ued was dropped New among campus organizafions, fhe Newman club is open 'I'o Cafholic s+uden'rs of ihe college and is a chapfer of fhe Newman Club Federaiion. H's purpose is 'l'o fosfer fhe spirifual, infelleciual and social in+eres+s of Aggie Cafholics. The Reverend Fafher Valine advises l'he group, which has dis- ' linguished ilself by presenfaiion of a full sei' of 'I'he Caiholic encyclopedia +o fhe college library and by 'rhe mearballs and spagheifi dinners if has sponsored. new is the newman club Back Row: Michael Pekar, Frank Lowry, Lawrence Auberf, Ed Consalvi, Monfana Rose Murphy, Bob Fifzgerald, Dr. Alice Senob, Sgr. Cliff Sawyer, Jerry Doyle, Jim O'Toole, Jay Hamil+on, Bill Kerwin. Froni' Row: lnez Dalpiaz, Bob Branges, Rev. Fa+her Valme, Sg'I'. Andrew Daly, Anna Lyle Price, Jerry Kerwin. Mary Briggs, librarian, D. W. Davies, Bob Branges Local and supposedly choosy, Lambda Rho has ifs own award, giving a prize for fhe besl' shorl' s'I'ory of l'he year, which finds ifself published in Scribble. Experience is necessary for membership, which means siH'ing in on meefings where professors l'hey've heard every day discuss "Li'leral'ure and ils Relafion fo Journalislic Endeavor." They have an inspiring marching song which 'rhey sing lo 'rhe l'une ' oii'lWhen Johnny Co mes Marching Home." pen women-lambda rho Row: Margueriie K. Byinglon, June Sioclcs, Doro+hy Jensen, Margarei- Ann Wilson. Back Row: Marie Theurer, Charlo++e Henriod, Gwen Hunsaker, Rila Jones, Maxine Burgoyne, Consrance Blair, Anne Kennedy. A Back Row Roma Freeman BeHy Adney, Leah Wadley, Clyde Richards. Fronl' Row Alan Thomas Reva Fielding, Berniece Ball' Rosalie Wolf, Joyce Adney. 4-hclub Recalling 'lheir days back home when 'rhey worked on year-long profecls, 4-H people once in a while gel' going on long falked aboul' collegiafe proiecls. They are l'he leaders in home ec and ag, and aH'empl' +0 keep in louch wilh 'lhe home leaders via 'ihe exfension service. Champion cow- milkers, exhibilors of prize slock, lhey run s'ral'e fairs and exhibils. A good par'r of l'hem hi'l' The campus on Sears-Roebuck scholarships. Similar fo +he FHA, fheir chief difference lies in ihe 'Fac'r 'rha+ 'lhe 'Female con1'ingen+ of 4-H does noi' plan on adding 'lo The fulure of American agricullure. 208 two-campus aggies-bac IT seems as Though sTudenTs from The Branch are always good friends when They hiT The Logan campus. This is probably due in -parT To The BAC Club, which TuncTions under The supervision of a group of sTudenTs who apparenTly have The knack of Taking over a campus in one year while oTher sTudenTs require Two or Three. They number campus queens, TooTball capTains, TleeT halfbacks, Phi Kappa Phi's, adagio dancers, sTrong men, Tennis players, brain waves and deTiniTe characTers in Their midsT. MosTly girls, who show a Chi Omega Tendency, The gang Trom Cedar s+iII wear Their sweaTers and sTiclc TogeTher in amazing A V I fashion. La MonT BenneTT, presidenh Audrey Houchin, Karrol Capener. Fi.rsT Row: Eva STucki, DoroThy Bradshaw, Marian Graff, Audrey Houchm BeTh Corey Mary Leone Haigh+, Marge Marsden. Back Row: Alma Lawrence Gordon SmlTh James Robb, Bill Higbee, La MonT BenneTT, KieTh GaTes Dean SargeanT Granl' Esplin, King Hendricks. 209 '41, 1 ,,.--ff F,,,.,. , Wifh supreme devolion fo everyfhing from Ogden Nash lo Amy Lowell, lhe Empyrean club gave prizes for +he besf poe'l'ry of 'Phe year, awarded al' 'Phe spring honors assembly. Sludenl' Life women, Buzzer women, Scribble edilors and English maiors make up +he club. Liierary hisfory of England, comparalive li'rera+ure, Shakespeare and Chaucer find fhe girls in +raining, buf i'l"s more of an honor 'rhan an efforlz Wordy lyrical and full of Helligence-complexes, 'rhe girls will probably do a lol' of fu+ure reading in l'he bes+ Slreef and Smi+h has +o offer. d Henr0l Consiance Blau' Charlolle writers and critics belong to empyrean Back Row: Gwen Hunsaker, Karma Hill Lacy, Maudie Ma'H'hews, Rifa Jones, Veva Mae Gammell, Doro+hy Jensen, Margarei' Ann Wilson, Charlo'He Henriod. Middle Row: Margueri+e Bying+on, June Siocks, Conslance Blair, Florence Crane, Palsy Barber, Af+on Carier. Fron+ Row: Ru+h Marie Richardson, Lausanne Gudmundson, Jean Clemenfs, Ann L. Barber, Phyllis S+oddard, BeH'y Lou Lindholm, Hazel Sfoddard 2I0 v , . .... . . .-., ,.. Um' - , Bonna Jones, Tony Sufich, Bill Marlin SILVER STATERS Organized on January 2l, I943, l'he Silver Slalers, represenling people from Nevada had a shorf bul' ac'l'ive exislence. A big membership was lisled un+il +he services, especially 'rhe ERC, 'rook ouf bo'l'h officers and members. Like all ofher campus, s+al'e, local, nalional groups, 1'he Nevadans fixed up a cons+i+u'l'ion. Firs+ and fore- mosl' social of fhe club was held in +he Commons recep+ion room honoring The deparfing men. nevadans organized as silver stalers f 'll I l. ., -- l 'su 1 bv rfgwz 1' 5' 0415 1 060 - 00+ fb A Firsl' Row: Arlhur Glaser, Sfanley Bergreen, Dale James, Roger Taylor, Jack Whrllock Allen Bunker. Second Row: Refa Jones, Jeanne Oriel, BeH'y Lou Hermansen, Rowena Brmley Loraine Walker, Louise Whiiley, Bonna Jones. Third Row: Bill Mariin, Don Pe'l'erson Philip Carier Thomas James, Jack Callis, Tony Sufich. 2lI organized unaffiliales compose i. S. a. Fron+ Row: Marjorie Bennion, Bernice Bennion, Leah Wadley, Reva Fielding, Rosalie Wolf, Bernice Hulquisl, llean Waiie Second Row: George Ramach, Glendon Guyman, Cleone Pixion, Bernice BaH', Verl Langs'I'on, Alan Thomas. Third Row: D W. Thorne, 'faculiy advisor: Rulon Woodbury, Arnold Mecham, Arnold Taylor, Norion Dildreih, Henry Gordon, Ted Sian- ford, Daniel Dennis, Dee Savage, Kenneih Zirker, Dan Ludlow, Wells Allred. Male members of lndependenl Srudenis' Associaiion sup-porled 'rhe Ogden Supply Depol drive wilh a near-I00 percenl' pariicipaiion, io highlighi' proiecls of l'he year . . . Social parries were scheduled 'lwice a monih, including canyon parries, informal dancing, and rollen skaling. Club inlramurals in baskeiball were laken by lSA. Membership is aboui' half-and-half, or il was pre-spring quarler, when Wells Allred, presideni, headed ihose leaving. 2l2 appreciation is extended to MERL GREENHALGH AND RUTH MARIE RICHARDSON, WHOSE INTEREST, ASSISTANCE AND PERSEVERANCE HEL'PED MAKE THIS BOOK . . . EDITOR JERRY OLSON, WHO LAID THE FOUNDA- TION FOR THE VOLUME . . . DESMOND L. ANDERSON FOR ASSUMING DUTIES AFTER HIS MID-YEAR APPOINTMENT . . . CHARLES EUBANK FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC DEXTERITY . . . MARY WALKER, MARY DILLIMAN, BARBARA PAULSON, BEVERLY NELSON, AND JEANNE FORSGREN, EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS . . . CALDER PICKETT, LANE PALMER, CHARLOTTE HENRIOD, GWEN HUNSAKER, LYNN LARSON, MARGUERITE K. BYINGTON, DON BOWEN, PEGGY BENNION, AND MARIAN CARLISLE FOR THE COPY THEY WROTE . . . TED STANFORD, FOR DARKROOM WORK . . . VERLA RUDEEN FOR SECRETARIAL AID . . . KATIE LOOSLE, ROMA POOLE, MELBA CALL, KENT HOWARD, JACK CHRISTEN- SEN, REED LARSON AND TED PIKE, BUSINESS ASSISTANTS . . . JACK SHAW, ARTIST . . . JOE ANDERSON FOR THE ENTER- TAINMENT RENDERED . . . MAX BRUNSON, WALTER Z. LILLIAN, AND TORGEISON STUDIO, FOR PORTRAITS AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGAPHY . . . FORT DOUGLAS FOR PICTURES ON PAGES 4 AND 5 . . . THE LOS ANGELES ENGRAVING COMPANY . . . STEVENS AND WALLIS FOR THE COVERS . . . PARAGON PRINTING COMPANY AND ITS COOPERATIVE PERSONNEL . . AND THE ADVERTISERS FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT. HAVEN J. BARLOW, EDITOR 2I3 ver here or over there "angels of mercy" everywhere 14 Zittle Yrom Yfou - llieami 14 lot to Them SPONSORS: USAC Sfudenfbocly Associa+ion Alumni Associaiion S+uden'l' Life Buzzer 2I4 As a yearbook. has value in refleciing memories of college life, so does a coopera+ive sraff con+ribu+e +o 'I'l1e success of fhai' yearbook. To Edifor Haven Barlow for his assisiance in business affairs, I ex'I'encl sincere appreciafion. An expression of +l1anlcs also goes +o mem- bers of bofh business ancl ecliiorial slaffs. Noi' forgeH'ing +l1ose s'ralwar+ college supporiers, 'l'l1e aclveriisers, I express 'ro fhem, our grafirucle. DESMCND L. ANDERSON, Business Manager .1-F" -cw. fix 7345, KK 8.291 ,gl 5, -MN! 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POWER TOOLS Driver - DewaI+ - DeII'a Oliver - SIC-Isaw Lufkin Precision Insfrumenis Lincoln Arc Welding Equipment Industrial Supply Company I2I-I3I Moior Avenue Salt Lake City, Uiah The Smart Place to Stop . HoTEL ECCLES in LoGAN RATES FROM-SI.50 wiII1ouI' I:a'II1 52.00 wi1'I1 ba+I1 Try Our Air-Conditioned Coffee Shop and Ball Room We Print STUDENT LIFE lie C 1 3 1' k SL E 3 1- 1 DISTINCTIVE PRINTERS Unusual oppor+uni+y for summer s'Iudy is afforded a+ The BENNETT'S Pure Paints WINDOW, PLATE UTAH STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE and AUTO GLASS SUMMER SESSION The summer facuI+y includes many of The na'rion's mosI' prominen'r eclucafors. Regular session June 7 'Id July I5 Infer-session begins July I9 Distributors for Rawlings A'rI1Ie+ic Equipmeni' o g an Hardware Co. ' LOGAN, UTAH WHOLESALE RETAIL Use Your Ration Points Wisely f SHOP AT LOGAN'S LEADING INDEPENDENT FOOD STORE Utah Aggies Prefer Hwe pure and delicious candies , f f Made by A h -W'll' THE DINNER Home S upe 1 mms I37 NOTTLI Main Phone II98 CG' ecliow-Morton SHOE STORE f CAMPUS STYLES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS FOUNTAIN DRUGS LUNCH PRESCRIPTIONS Modern Drug Store I09 Norih Main Logan, Ufah .- - , sf' 57116 HUTEL UTAH Zflgififiif Distributors for that famous SHAW-WALKER "Built Like ct Skyscraper" 1 Office Furniiure and Equipmeni' Steve's Office Supply 24l4 Washingion Blvd. Ogden. Ui'-ih For . Per'Fec+ Regis+ered Diamonds Wafch Repair Phofographic Services Giffs wifh Personaliiy f VISIT CARDON JEVVELRY COMPANY For 70 years Logan,s favorite jeweler Select Your Wardrobe From The Distinctive Clothing Styles and Fashions at FRED M. NYE 00 Ogden,U+ah L is 3 Ja'-dc when peace is won... indusfry should recognize fhaf if has bofh a big job and a big sfalce in fhe posf-war fransifion fo producfion for peace . . Today, everyfhing reflecfs fhe sfrong, grim, resolufe spirif of fhe people . . . as our fighfing and foiling millions drive foward fhe mighfiesf decision since fhe founding of fhe Republic. Gone are frills and frivolifies. Miraculous has been fhe fransformafion of indusfry . . . giganfic ifs producfion of weapons pofenf fo defermine fhe issue of baffles and win fhrough fo complefe vicfory and durable peace . . Wonderful has been fhe will of fhe people fo accepf sacrifice . . fo impose upon fhemselves fhe discipline which is of fhe essence of democracy. . . fo assume fhe burdens and meef fhe hazards which besef our pafh. . . foo liffle fhinlcing and foo lafe planning may very easily rob us of fhe fruifs of vicfory. . . We realize our responsibilifies and we are planning now for fhe refurn of peace, for fhe refurn when indusfry will be unhampered by Q resfricfions imposed by necessifies of war. Paragon Printing Company SALT LAKE cm, UTAH 1 039' ,I RIES THA JN EH!- HSD H TRADITIONALLY UTAH AGGIES PREFER THE SALTLAKECITY NEWHOUSE-WHERE BEING A HOST IS AN ART LET US ARRANGE THAT PARTY YOU ARE PLANNING The Beauiiful MIRROR ROOM-Smarf Social Cenfer of 'l'I1e Wesi' The NEWHUUSE HOTEL 400 Rooms 400 Bafhs Raies 52.20 Io S4 MRS. J. H. WATERS, Pres. J. HOLMAN WATERS W. ROSS SUTTON Managers Y If You Want . DANCE PROGRAMS INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS See J. P. Smith Son PRINTERS ENGRAVERS Logan, Ufah ' A POPULAR SHOWS AT POPULAR PRICES I ,U ,711 J Shaw Capitol, REJXV and Lyric Theaters SWEET'S L 0 VIN G E R Quality Candy D IS I N F E C T A N T BARS AND SPECIALTIES Sold Throughout The West C 0 M P A N Y SWEET CANDY co. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I CARPENTER PAPER C 0 M P A II Y SaI+ Lake Cify, Ogden 3I I-3I9 Soufh Wes? Temple S+. Everything in - PAPER and SCHOOL SUPPLIES ,A DRESSES, LADIES' SUITS LINGERIE, HOSIERY FURS SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN I i"" Z. H. Samuela in Ugden SWE ARE HAPPY TO HAVE BEEN 'PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE GREEK SECTION OF THIS BUZZER l f Torgeson Studio Logan, UI'ah 'Sm , . .. X Q , . X" A EIIDEEII GIIAL BEST IN THE WEST A- I I f Proclucecl hy ' Independent Coal' and Coke Company SALT LAKE CITY I Confidential Communique To Next Yearis Staff . . . For a sure-fire hif, choose a BULLSEYE COVER 'For your yearbook 'lr I+ insures a rich, proiessionai a i' ppearance. I+ provides a perie-ci inhoduciion for Ihe I'hriIIing piciures and siories inside. For maI-erial, workmanship, ar'ris+ry, service . . . aim 'Io use a BULLSEYE COVER STEVENS Sz WALLIS, INC. 36 Richards Sfreei H SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 'ui-U NOW, MORE THAN EVER BEFORE! This Year lt's Smart lt We commend Utah State College on its cooperative contributions to the war ettort- the diverting ot its many departmental 'Facil- ities and equipment tor the training ot hun- dreds ot young men and women tor service to our country. Produced only by lt's Usetul United States Fuel Co. J. C. PENNEY CU. SALTLAKEClTY,UTAH LOGAN, UTAH Royal Coal and Lumber Co. Dealers in ROYAL COAL GENERAL PAINTS I23 South Main Phone '23 N 1 ,Q yxygi k f ly A THE PRICE OE FREEDOM Here in America we are still tree. But our tuture is only as secure as our willingness to plan, to work, to save. We have undertaken the mightiest war program in the world's his- tory . . . and to it we must dedicate our brains, our labor, our money-unstintingly. B U Y 233553353 SEARS ROEBUCK .Sz CO. w rs L x , .AU , H i ,N N W M, ,- mf ? :L .E - H QL xz- ., ,W N fm QW V W . Y , H M iii M. MM , . " I : ,, ,M W RQ. ilil ,M 'Q gbgg Hkrf , K z Z Q51-ff 4 1 F gl fm . xhve - UNA . W If M, ,My ,arf anim R ' fi flwv-1 'f :ui K X zafwg, . if n E Msawi aff--. FVXPXEYA at MNH wifi? .J 'wifi mgx :rss wma x w 5555 fi 1 xx Hs 2 N575 B QE W s B1 general il "A" Day ......... ........ Ac'I'ivi+ies ......,... Adminis1'ra'Iion ..... Ag Club ................... Alpha Chi Omega ...... Alpha Sigma Nu ..,.......... Alpha Ze'I'a ..........,.......,..,...... Alumni ......................,..,............. Associa+ed Women S'ruden+s .,..... A1'hIe'I'ics ..........................,.......... h B BasIce'I'baII .................... "B" Foo+baII .... B.A.C. Club ....... Baskefball ............. Blue Key ...,...........,.... Board of Trusfees ....... Buzzer .............................. . C Campus ................. ...,... Campus Clubs ..... ....,...... Chi Omega . ,.,., .................. d Deans .......... .................. Debafing ....... .......,.. DecIica'I'ion ..... DeII'a Phi ........ ....,.. Dramafics ...... .............. I3 Empyrean Club ,.......,...... Engineers ..............,............. f F.F.A. Hori-icuI+ure .....,.,.... Foo+baII .............,.....,........ Foresiers ............,.................. . Four-H Club .................,....,......... Fralernifies and Sororilies ....... Freshmen ..............................,,. Freshmen Baske+baII ...,........ h Homecoming ......... ...,,. ,....,. Home Economics Club ...... Q A I In Memoriam ........ , .... ............ ....... Iniramurals ......................................,......... Independeni' Sfudenis Associaiion... . i Juniors ..,.,... .......... Juniper ....... ........... k Kappa Delia ...... .................. I3 I02-I8I ....32-35 200-20I I78-I79 ..,....I99 .......I97 38 34 I28-I6I .......I47 .......I46 .......209 l40-I47 .......I94 33 I26-I27 I5-3I IS4-2 I3 I74-I75 ....36-37 .......l23 .......4-5 I86-I87 II8-I2I ...,...2I0 .......205 .......202 I3I-I38 .......204 ...,...208 I62-I85 ..86-IOI I46-I47 I2 .......I96 ....I2-I3 I 54-I59 .,,...,2I3 ....62-73 .......I23 I7O-I7l index I Ladies' Glee Club ............. Lambda Della Sigma ...... Lambda Rho ............,.... Lyceum ..................,.... Men's Glee Club ............,..... Men's Panhellenic Mililary Ball ........ Mililary ........,.......... Milifary Sponsors ....... Music ....................... I1 Newman Club ......., ........ 0 Ora'I'orio ......,. P Phu Kappa Phi ...................... Phi Upsilon Omicron Pi Kappa Alpha ...,. Presidenl' ..,............. Publicafions .,.................. PubIica'I'ions Council ..... I' R.O.T.C. ......,.......... ....,. , R.O.T.C. Band ...... ........ S Scabbard and Blade ......... Scribble .,.,....,............ Seniors ..,..............,....l..... Sigma Alpha Epsilon .. Sigma Chi ..,.,......,.... Sigma Nu .................. Sigma Phi Epsilon .,,,.., Silver S+aI'ers .......... Sophomores .............. Spurs ,.........4..........,... ...... S'I'uden+ Governmenl' ...,.. Sfudenl' Life ......,......,...,.... I Thefa Alpha Phi ...,......,... The'I'a Upsilon ......... ........ WV War .............,.............,.,.......,... Women's Alhlelic Associalion Women's Panhellenic Council Women's Residence Hall ...,....... I5 I89-I9I ..,...,207 ..,....I22 I5 .......I83 IIO-I Il I04-III .......I08 II4-I I7 .......206 .......II4 I95 I98 l80-I8I I23-I27 4I IO4-III .......II7 .,.....I09 ,......l23 ,,........44-64 I76-I77 I72-I73 I68-I69 I64-I 65 ......,2II ...,74-85 .,4..,.I93 I24-I25 ......,203 I66-I67 6-9 ....,.I58 ..,....I83 30 il Abrams, Marvin .................. SS Ackroyd, Alice ...............--44.-- 64 Adair, Hal R ......... 88, 146, 147 Adams, Elaine .........,.. ..46, 166 Adams, Florence .......1.,,....... G4 Adams, Lois ................ 159, 160 Adams, Lynn .,.......,.11........... 83 Adams, Margaret ,,,.,.....,..... 88 Adamson, Robert Kay 76, 180 Adamson, Mildred ...........,.. 178 Adney, Betty ........... .... 76 Adney, Joyce ........................ 47 Alder, Conrad .......,............,, 172 Allen, Aquilla ........ 47, 144. 177 Allen, B. ................................ 155 Allen, Fred ..............,.........., ......47, 52, 146, 147, 154, 172 Allen, Jay ........................., 173 Allen, Jeanne ....l...l..... 65, 170 Allen, Reese .......... 88, 151, 173 Allen, Russel ........ 47, 147, 186 Allred, Helen ...................... S8 Allred, Hugh B .....,. ....... 8 8 Allred, Keith ........... ....... 1 77 Allred, Wells ........ ..... 6 5 Allsop, Judd .......... ,,.. 6 5 Alvord, Ray ......................,,.. 88 Amacher, Aaron ................ 47, 48, 106, 180 Amacher, Leah .................... 88 Amacher, Winifred ............ 65 Andersen, Glen ................ 46 Andersen, Grant .............,.. 47 Andersen, Stan .............. 47, 176 Anderson, Desmond .... 76, 127 Anderson, Eloise ..............,, 88 Anderson, George M ......,.... 88 Anderson Jay O. ...,...,,,,,., 47 Anderson, Jack ...............ll, 147, 151 180 Anderson, Joe .,,,.,.,,.,,..,,,, 42, 64 Anderson, LeRoy ,,....,..,,,,.,, 88 Anderson, Lucinda ,,...,,,.,,, 76 Anderson, Lurline .......,.... 47 Anderson Willlaln ...... 88, 173 Anderson, VVoodrow .,....,.., 186 Andrus, Belva ...........,..., 76, 166 Andrus, Erma ...., Anhder, Garth ,..,., 88 76 Aorup. Byron ....... ..,.........,. . 165 Armstrong, Harold .... .,,.. 4 7 Armstrong, Rela ,.... Arnell, Elwin ........ Arnell, Robert ...... 40 88 . .... 65 Arthur. Keith ..... Ashby. Edith ........ Ashcroft, Lloyd .,..... 47 47 88 Ashcroft, Mildred ,,,,,,.. ,,,,, 6 4 Athay, Grant .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 g Atwood, Berniw- .. ,,,,,,,,,,, gg Aubert, August ....,,,,,,,. 76, 164 Aubert, Lawrence ......,. 47, 164 Babcock, Lowell ..... Bair. Beatrice ...... 88 88 Bair, Lois ........... ,,,,, 8 8 Baird, Fred T ...... ..... 8 8 Baker, Barzee ........ ...,,,,,,,, 7 6 Baker, John ..,....,,..,,.,,,,,, 47 125 Baker, Mollie Rae ...........,., 88 Baker, Wendell M .,....,......., 88 Baldwin, Austin ......,,.....,.. 88 Ballam, Oral ......... ....., 8 8, 180 Ballard, Nadine ..... .......... 4 7 Balls, Delwin ..,.,,,,,, ,.,.,., 8 8 Bangerter, Blauer ......,,..,,,, 76 Barber, Ann .................. 46, 170 Barber, Patsy ........ 76, 159, 170 Bankhead, Orson ................ 172 Barkdull, Dalma .......... 88, 166 Barker, Darwin .,... ....... 8 8 Barker, Douglas ........ ....... 1 77 student index Barker, Gerald ......... --,.- 7 6 Barlow, Dorothy .......--...---- 55 Barlow, Elizabeth C ......... ,m,,,,,,,,.4,,,,..G5, 158, 175, 182 Barlow, Havens. ................ . m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,...40, 41, 126, 180 Barratt. Glen C --,-------,,----' 55 Barron, I-Iowartl ...........,-.---- 47 Bartholomew, Margaret .... 64 Barton, George A ......... 65, 164 Barton, Lee Roy ,....... 88, 164 Bartschip Owen ....., --.--,..--- 3 3 Bai-tschi, Paul ........--. -.,-,--- 4 7 Bassett, Day L .......------,,---- 79 Bastian, Vlfidstoe M ,......,.., 88 Bate, Dean .................. .---- 8 3 Bateman, lNI1Ll'jOTlC ........,.-- 65 Bateman, Richard ,,.......... .. 76 Bateman. Virginia -'------ 65. 170 Bates, Rowene ..,--.-----------v-- 64 Bateson. D011 ...-.----.4----, 70. 172 Batt, Bernice ..,..,...---.--------- 70 Batt, Bill ,,,,....,.....,. 47, 135, 176 Baugrh, Dean ...---A---.,-------,-, 177 Bguigh, ldelell ....,........... 83. 175 Bauman, Frank R ---,v-------,-- 76 Baxter, Ruth ...,....... -------- S 8 Beckett, .Tim ..,.--l--.-,.-------,-,--A 47 Beecher, Dclllont ........ 47, 186 Behling, Ray J .............-------- 46 Bolisle, lllildred .........,-. 04, 179 Bell, Darwin ....,..... 74, 76, 168 Bello, Clair ..,...........--,--- 65. 173 Bello, Dale ,......,..........,. 88. 173 Bellows, J. C. ..... . Bellows. Lynn J. Bench, StPl'llllll'--.. 88 88 ........65, 181 Bennett, LfLzlTOllt ,................. 47 Bennion Bernice ........ ..... 8 8 Bonnion Marjorie ,,.............. 88 Bennion, l2c,9',',L:'y 77. 127, 179 Bennion, Spencer ....... ...l.. 7 7 Benson, Eloise .... ........ S 8 Benson. James .....,..,.....,..... 88 Benson, Theodore ........ 47, 172 Bentley, Garry ......,............. 88 Benton. David ...... ...... L 17 Benton, Lloyd ....-- 77 Bergeson, Donna. ..... ...... 7 7 Bornhisel, Tod ................. . 47 Bernstein, David A ..... 47, 1.231 Bcrntson, ,Ariel ..........,. 65, 168 Berry, Marie ....... ......... . 65 Beutler. Gene .... ....,. . 88 Bentley, Garry ......,.,,,,.,. ,165 'Bll'lilTl0l'f?, Annette ...... 88, 170 Binrler. Gordon ........ ......... 7 7 Bills, Seth A ..,..............,,..., 88 Bingham. Dean R ......... 65 186 -l3lll2'l'lFl.Tll,"l90llJG'l'f ..,............. 147 Bingham Don ,.,......... .,.... 4 8 Bingham. Lynn ..............,.,. 88 Bingham. Marwood ...,,..... 88 Birch, Carol .................. 88, 175 Bird, Harvey ........ ,..,,,,, 8 8 Bischoff, Archie ..... ,.,.. 7 7 Bischoff. Ruth .,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 88 Bishop, Reid ...............,,.,,,,,,,, 154 Bishop. Shirley 64, 154, '180 Bitton, Afton ,,.,,.,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,, 88 Black, Oris G .,.,.,..,,,,.,,..,,,.,, 88 Blair. Constance 64, 108, 178 Blair. Elizabeth 64, 125, 175 Blair, Fay H .,,.,,,,..,,.,,,.,.,1,,,, 88 Blakclcy, Robert ...,,,,,,1,,,, 65 Blanchard, Daren ........ 84, 181 Blaser, Harold ...........,., '77, 180 Bliss. Platt "Scoot" 65, 168 Blotter, Norma ....,..,,,,,,,,,,1,, S6 Boclrero, Llewellyn ,,.... 49, 186 Bohman, Verle R ...,.. .,,,,,,, 8 9 Bond, Raymond ...........1.,,, 65 Bonnell, Harry .............. 89, 177 Bontsik, Vlfillis ,...., ,,,,,,.,,,, 7 7 Booth, Margery .........,,, 65, 170 Bosan, Steve ......... ........ 6 5 Bott, Victor .,... ...... 1 68 Boudrero, Gloria .............. 89 Bowen, Don ........ 64, 127, 180 Boyle, Edward .............. 64, 177 Boyle, Jack ............................ 177 Bracken, DonNe1l .............. 89 Bradshaw, Dorothy .,.. 77, 175 Bradshaw, George B ......... 49 Bradshaw, Henry P ........... 180 Bradshaw, O'Dell ...,.,.......... 77 Branges, Robert J ...,. 49, 164 Briggs, Lewis .........,...... 65, 186 Briggs, Mary ..............,......... 49 Bringle, Hyrum ................1. 65 Brinley, Rae .................. 89, 178 Brisnahan, James ................ 177 Brockbank, Leah ....... ...... 7 7 Broderick, Howard ............ 77 Brothersen, Thomas ......,... 48 Brough, Keith .............. 77, 168 Brown, Ann ............... .......,. 1 59 Brown, Barbara ........ . ..... 89 Brown, Garn .......... ...... 4 9 Brown, .Tess ................, ,..,.. 9 0 Brown, Leland J .............,... 77 Brown, John ........................ 168 Brown, Ralph ................ 90, 168 Brown, Robert ....... ............ 9 0 Brown, Stuart ..........,......,.... 186 Brown, Violet ...,.....,...... 49, 166 Bruce, Lyman ...................... 90 Brugger, Raphael ........ 77, 164 Brunson, Helen ............ 86, 108 Budge, Barbara Ann ........ 90 Budge, Reed ........ 49, 168, 183 Budge, William ,......... .......... 4 9 Buehler, Charles .......... 65, 177 Bullen, George ............ 124, 172 Bunker, Allen ...................... 155 Burgoyne, Maxine ........ 65, 125 Burnham, Owen .................... 77 Bushnell, Dean C ............... 90 Buttars, Royal ...................... 90 Butters, LaNae .............. 90. 179 Byington, Elaine ...........,.... 84 Byington, Marguerite ...... 123, 124, 126 C Caine, Eccles ....... ......,.. 4 8, 155 Caine, Robert ........ 49, 180, 183 Caldwell, Larson .................. 90 Call, Lyle C ......,.,...........,.... 90 Call, Melba 77, 108, 127, 170 Call. Richard 49, 154, 155, 176 Call, Rulon ......,............. 90, 177 Call, Steve ............ 90, 1.55, 177 Callister, Grant ..................,. 90 Campbell, Arthur ....... ,..,,.. 6 5 Campbell, Don J ........ l..... 7 7 Campbell, Lael Nl ............,.. 49 Campbell, Robert ................ 49 Cannell, Glen .................... 65 Capener, Karrol H ..... 49, 175 Capener. Vlfilliam ..............,. 90 Cardon, Marie .......... ..l...... 9 0 Carclon, Sid ........ ...... 1 72 Carlile, John ....................... , 65 Carlisle, Marian ................ 94, 127, 175 Carlos, Jean 48, 155, 172, 183 Carlson. Ella Jean .,.......... 108, 170 Carlson, Irene ...................... 90 Carlson. Vernon ..,....,.... 65, 180 Carlson. Virginia ........ 77, 170 Carrigan. David .......,......,... 90 Carter. Afton 62, 6-1, 108, 178 Carter, Alan .......,.....,..,... 77, 173 Carter, Barabara ......,. 90, 178 Carter. Tlhilip ...................... 90 Caseman, Bert .....,,.,..,.. 65, 180 Casper, Shirley ..... ,.....,..,,. 7 7 Chader, Bernice ....... ..... 9 0 Chadwick, Fae ........... ......., 9 0 Chatelain, Jack .................,,. 65 Checketts, Wfidtsoe ...... 66, Ch errington, Carol .............. 172 90 90 188 179 173 49 173 Chivers, Enid .......,................ Choate, Robert .... 134, 164, Christensen, Alameda Christensen, Boyd 77, 90, Christensen, Cloyd .............. Christensen, Dale M. 77, Christensen, Darwin .......... 66 Christensen, Homer ............ 90 Christensen, Irma ............ 77 Christensten, J. K ....... 77, 164 Christensen, Joyce .............. 67 Christensen, Lucille .... 49, 170 Christensen, Rulon C ......... 77 Christensen, Sheron ............ 90 Christensen, Vlfayne ........ 154, 177 Christiansen, Frances ...... Christiansen, J. Y ............... 77 Clark, Beth ...................... 77, 170 Clark, Gene .................,., 92, 180 Clark, Grant .,............ ......... 1 68 Clawson, Alan ...............,.... 77 Clawson, Lloyd Y ............. Clements, Jean ............ 49. Cloward, lNIcRay .,......,....... Clyde, Calvin ...................,.. Clyde, Ruth ...........,....., 90, Coburn, Lillian ........ ,...,.. Collard, Ruby .....,......,. ..... Collman, Violet M ...... .. Collis, Angelo ....... ..... Condie, Corene ..... ..... .. 77 170 .. 90 .. 90 178 .. 48 .. 77 .. 90 .. 49 .. 90 Condie, Malcolm .. .... ...168 Consalvi, Edward .... ....... 1 64 Cook, Dudley ........... .... 9 0 Cook, Edward ...... .... 7 8 Cook, Emerson ..... .... 9 0 Cook, Lew ....,......... .... 9 0 Cooley, Marcus ..... .......... 4 9 Cooley, Marvel ...,....,,.... 78, 108 Coombs, Virgil .................... 49 Coombs, Vlfayne J ..,..... .... 9 0 Coombs, Vlfilliam ...... .... 7 8 Coop, Don .................. ....... 6 7 Cooper, Donald ....l............... 90 Cooper, Virginia L ..... 90, 178 Cope, Frank ........l............... 78 Copen, Estis ........................ 90 Coray, Catherine ........ 78. 179 Cork, Bob ,,...................,......,. 90 Cornaby, Fred H ............... 49 Corry, Beth .............,,,...... 67 175 Costley, Mary ..............., 49, 170 Coumas, Stella ....... ..,.,.. 9 0 Cowley, Clair .....,.,.... ..,. 9 0 Cowley, Richard E. ..... .... 9 0 Cox, Donald B. ..... ,...,., 6 7 Cox, Elmer F' .......... .......... 5 0 Crane, Florence ............ 51, 178 Crawford, Jean 67, 170, 182 Crawford, Ted ...................... '78 Critchlow, Melva .............. 51 Crookston. Burns ...,.,,....,.. 68. 136. 172, 183 Crookston, Jack .........,........ 172 Crookston, Nancy ...,.,.,,. 90, 177 Crosbie, Ervin .,.,.........,.. 6, 177 Crosbie, Merrill ......,.........,. 138 Crowton, Robert F ............. 78 Crystal, Mark H .... Cullimore, Elaine ........ 90, Cullimore, Grant ...... .......... 54, 141, 154, Cullimore, Phyllis ......... Curtis, Barbara ................ Curtis, Owen ........, ..., Cutler, Odell B ...., , l... .. d 175 172 159 .. 78 143 90 51 90 175 155 Daines, Beulah ....,... .....,... Daines, Nolan H ................... Dalton, Gene .................. 78, Dalton, .Tack .................. 78, Dance, Harold ,,...,. ...,........ 90 Dance, Oran ......,.., .. Daniels, John S.., ...,...... 157, Danielson, Lucille 67 168 78 Danielson, ltuth ...,..........., 51 Dastrup, Evan Datwyler, Nedra 50, 169, 182 Davis, Alten B .,..............,,... 51 Davis, Lynn .,... Daw, 1Vesto n ...... Dean, Owen 90 .....1ll1 90 Decker, Mary ...... ,,... 5 1 Degles, George ......,........... 90 DeLaMar, Harold ........ 97, 176 DeLapp, Ruth ...................... 51 Dennis, Daniel ...,,............... 67 Deschamps, Blanche ........ 51. 125, 178 Deschanips, David .,...,.. 90, 168 Despain, Charles .........,........ 67 DeVree, Avon I ............. 00, 170 Dickson, Ethlyn ..........,. 91, 179 Dillman, Mary ...... ..,.,.. 7 8, 127 Dixon, Clifton ...,.. ...... 5 1, 186 Dixon, Virginia .......i.,., 91, 1156 Dobson, Calvin ....... ........... 1 77 Domina, Ursula ,..... ...... 1 iii, 170 Donaldson, Lorene ...,,... 67, 175 Dotson, Olga ..,................, 78, 82 Downs, Lois ........ ....... 7 8, 158 Drake, Eldon ...... ....... 5 0, 164 Dubach, Vera .....,..... .........,. 7 8 Duchin, Thomas ..........,,,... 78 Duncan, Gail ....... .,,. l i7, 133 Duncan, Gerald ..... ........... 7 8 Dunford, Rex ........ .......,...., 9 1 Dunn, Barbara ....... ,.... 7 9, 175 Dunn, Jayne ...... ............. 9 1 Dunn, Jerry ..... ...... S ll, 168 Dunn, Marion ...... ....,.,.... l 08 Dunin, yVillard .,... . ...... 91 Durrant, 1Vm. J ...... ........ 7 9 Durtschi, Vlfalter ................ 157 Dustin, nent ........,...,.,,.. 79, 168 6 Eekersell, Phyllis ...... ...., I F7 Edison, Monte .................,,, 91 Edward s, Charles ....,........... 91 Egbert, David ,.,... 79, 154, 180 Egbert, Joyce ....,........... 91, 170 Eldredge, Betty Ann ,......... 179 Eldredge, Doug ..,................. 177 Eldredge, Wlayne ..,...., 155, 1.76 Elliott, Pauline ........,... 92, 170 Ellis, Dean .,.................. 92, 1511 Ellison, Bonnie Rae .......,,. 175 Ellison, Ray ......,...,,.............. 79 Embry, Elsie ......,...,..... 57, 158 Emmett, Dudley .,................ 1.72 Empey, LaMar ........ 70, 79, 180 Eng'berg, Charles lil ......... 92 England, Jay .................,.,.... 79 Erickson, Lloyd 79 1.55, 177 Erickson, Virginia ............., 156 Ernstroin, Anthon ........,...., 92 Eskelsen, Quinn ,,,......... 92, 181 Esplin, Grant ................ 51, 172 Eubank, Charles 92, 127. 173 Evans, Bernell 11' ,......,.,... 79 Evans, Creed ................,..... 1,05 Evans, Joy ............ lifi 170, 182 Evans, LaRue ................ 92, 175 Evans, Tom ........., 92 146, 147 Evans, VaNyle .................... 180 Eyre, Dean .......... .. 51 Farr, Marjorie .............. 57, 175 Farrell, Ken ....... ....... 1 35, 172 Farrer, McKay ....................,. 92 Feinberg, Bernard ............ 146, 147 Felix, Clarence ..,................. 92 Feulner, Stanley ....... 92 student index Field, Louise .....,,. ,,,,,,, 5 12, 158 Fielding, Reva ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Fife, Vllynn .....,. ,,,,,, 1 ,Sri Fisher, Dale ,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 1 Fisher, Elden .....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 180 Fitzgerald, Doris ...,,... 79, 170 Fitzg'erald, .lack ..,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 79 Fitzgerald, Sheldon .... 51, 1,77 Flamm, Lowell ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 12 Fletcher, Dean ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 an F'l0l'y, Wfilliani ..,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 92 Folkerson, ltirfhard ..., 79, 1:16 Forman, Ray ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, fag Forsgren, Jeanne 92, 1215, 179 Foulger, Josephine .,.. 67, 175 Foulger, Ralph ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 177 Fowler, Jack ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51, 1311 Framrom. Farr-ol .....,.,,,,, 197, 1345 Frandsen, Don ...,..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1133 Frandsen, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,, 15.1, 168 Freeman, llama ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Fridal, Fae ..,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1 F1'ld21l, Lydia ............,.,. 51, 1,59 Frisrhneuht, Kay ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 79 Frischnecht, Neil ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 1 Frank, Parker ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,, f 12 Fuhriman, Hex ,,,,,,,,,,,, 92, 17:5 Funk, Gene ...,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,, 4 17 Funk, Kaye ....,,. ..... 9 2 Funk, Viva ...... ...,. 7 9 Galicia. Frank li ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, f S7 Galloway, Garth ...........,,.,,,, GG Galnniell, Veva May .... fill, 175 Gancheff, Beulah ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 Ganeheff, Elaine .,...,. 9-2 Gardner, Rulon .,.,., ,,,,, 1 72 Gardner, '1'Vanioth ..... .,... ' M? Gaynard, Clifford ,,,,,,,,. 51 Geary, 'DeVar ..,...,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 92 Geddes, Marjorie 92, 108, 179 Gessel, Boyd ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Gibson, Delmar A .,,,.. ,,,,, 5 1 Gilbert, Garn .,..,...,...,, ,,,,, 9 2 Gilbert, Jack .......,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 172 Gilbert, Jack Lallell .,.,.,.. 92 Gilfoyle, Jack ,......,.... 1:48, 144 Glaser. Arthur ,...........,, .,,... S U2 Godfrey, Charles XV ........... 92 Godfrey, 11'in. R .,.i.. ..... 1 I7 Gold, Donna ........... 51 Goodman, Russell ..,............. 51 Goodsell, Faye .....,..,.......,, 67 Goodwin. Clarf-nee .... 154, 180 Gordon, Henry ..,.,..........,...... 92 Gordon. Vlfard C ....,, M92, 1,77 Gotffredson, Harold A.. 1222 Gowers, Don lt ,............,....,.. 51 Graff, Rlnrian .,,.,......., .,,...,, I Z7 Grahaxn. Leland ........ 154, 1.80 Grant. Claude VV ......... 67 180 Greaves. Thelma Mae ........ 90 Green, Max .................,........,. 51 G1'eeiil'1z-z.If:'l1, J. MH-rl .,,..... 125, 120 Grerrory, LeRoy ..,. 92, 138. 17:1 Griffin, Lullean .................. 92 Griffin, Richard ........ 133, 172 Griffin. Vera ......., ......,.... 5 2 Grix, Hs--len ............ ..... I i7 Gruwell. Tolnniy ....... 92 Guhler. Iildniund .............,.. 168 Gudmundson. Lausanne Gunn. Byron ..... ........ 9 2 Gunn, NVilma ,............. ...... 1 75 Gunnell, Verlon P ............. 92 Gutke, Harold .....,.............. 135, 153, 180 Gumon, Glendon J ............. 92 h Haderlie. Byron ............ 53, 1813 Haight, Mary L ............. 79 175 Hale, Mary L ...... .......,,.. 1 79 Hall, Afton ..... ...... 5 12, 175 Hall, Dennis ....... ....... 6 7 155 Hall, John ...... ........... 5 fl Hall, Lurel .........,................ 92 Hall, Phyllis S .,...,........... 158, 179, 182 Hall, Reid ...............,....., 97, 180 Halstroin, Robert ................ 79 Halvorsen, Gail S ...... ........ 5 12 Hamaker, Morna .............. G7 Hamilton, Jay .....,.,........ 97, 168 Hammond, Clonia ............ 67 Hannnond, Victor .............. 94 Hancey, Beltron .............,.... 92 Hancey, Jay .......... 98, 144, 155 Hanoey, Roland .,...........,.,,... 92 Hanks, Eleanor ...... ........... 5 il Hanks, Stanley ......,....... 92, 180 Hansen, Cleone ...... ........... 7 9 Hansen, Don H ....... ..... 5 02 Hansen, Doris .... ...., 9 2 Hansen, lvean .... ..... 5 12 Hansen, Jay .......... ..... 1 76 Hansen, John 'li ...... 92 Hansen, Lornell ....... 92 Hansen, Ronald ,..........,...... 92 Hansen, Vaughn E ............, 53 Hanson, Frank ....,......... 52, 172 Hanson, Leona ,................... 53 Hardman, Barbara .............. 92 Harmon, Bruce ..........,. 79, 180 Harris, Eineline ..... ........ 0 8 Harris, Virginia ..... ,.... f 19 Harris, Xiiendell ..... ..... 6 9 Harrison, Eugene .... 99 Haskins, Geo. ...... ..,,. 1 80 Hfvslain, ivan ...........,......,... 53 Haslani, Raymond ..........,,.. 951 T-latch, Betty 44, 521, 108, 175 Hatch, Gerald ,,.. ...,,....,,, 9 3, 173 Hateh. Lucille .... ...,.,.,,,, 9 fl Hatrfh, Terrance ..........., 53, 186 Hutt, Vail ...........,....,....... 70, 181 Havens, Vifinston ..,..,........., 155 T-laws, Barbara ......... 93 Haws, Frank ....... , ..... 93 Haws, Keith ...... ,,,,,, 6 9 Hayes, Verlin ,....... ..,,,,,,, 9 3 Haynie, Louise ..,.............,,,. 178 Hayward. Sterling ...... 79, 180 Heaton, Kate ..............,,,..... 93 Helmick, Leonard ........,..... 911 Henderson, Eugene ,... 154 180 Hendricks, Barbara ........,,.. 178 Hendricks. Betty ......., 69, 179 Henich, Emil ..,................... 147, 154 177 Henrie, Keith ...,.....,...... 94, 165 Henriod, Charlotte ..........,, 126, 178 Hermansen, Betty ,............. 94 Herrick, Richard ,......... 69, 155 Hersehi, Fenton D ............. 94 Herzopr, LaVon ............ 94, 108 Hess, Kathryn ................ 94 108 Heusser, Blaine .......,........ 177 1-Ticken, Quentin .......... 79, 168 Hickman, Dot ...... 70, 108, 175 Hickman, Louis ,........,...... 68 Higbee, VVrn. XY .,..............,.. 198 Hill, Dan .......,....... ...... 9 4, 177 Hill, Kathryn ,..,,.. ....... 9 4, 166 Hill, Lilath R ...... ........... 5 'I4 Hill, Spencer ....... .............. 1 53 Hill, Vifosley .................. 79, 108 Hillam, Shirley ............ 94. 170 Hillyard, Amy E. 94, 159, 170 Hilton, Samuel ............ 53. 186 Hinehcliff, J. Richard ...... 53 Hinds, Robert .................... 94 Hinton, Aida ..... ..,'-- 5 8 Hiss, Dorothy Hobbs, Donald '- ,,. lil . ..... 79 Hobbs, Lee Vi'ray ........,,...... 94 Hoffman, Vern ..............,..... 141. Holbrook, Lafe ....,....... 1411, 147 Holley, Melvin ......,..,.......... 69 Hollingshead, Joy .............. 94 Holingren, Beverly ,.......... . 94, 170 Homer, Dale ..............,......... 172 Hoopes, Lloyd ...... ........... I l-1 Hoopes, Nola ....................., 94 Horton, Brandon ........ 146, 147 Horton, Jack ......,...,.........,... 69 I-louehen. Audrey 68, 159, 175 Howard, l7'1l'lIf'f? .......,,........... 69 Howard, Dick ..,.........,, 135, 182 Howard, S. Kent, .......,......,.. 180 Howell, Maye ........,........,,... 53 Howells, Norman ........ 53, 180 Huber, James R ...... ,....... 5 3 Huber, Nelda .........., ..... 9 4 Huchel, 'l'aul ...................... 180 Hughes, Vvallace D ........... 79 Hulrne, Phillip L ................. 94 Hulse, Boyd LaVon ......,.., 132 Hultquist, Bernice ............ 52 Humnherys, Donald .......... 168 1-Iumpherys, Farrell .... 94, 168 Hunsaker, Eros ............ 79, 158 Hunsaker, Farren ................ 9-1 Hunsaker, Gwen ,.......,... 53, 126 Hunsaker, Leon ...,.............. 94 Hunsaker, Morna ...... ..... 1 '37 Hunter, Lillion ..,.. .. ..... 69 Hunter, Rozella .......,.......... 94 Hunter, Vifzn. E ........, 155, 179 Hurren, Margaret ................ 94 Hutchins, Barbara ....,,.....,.. 94 Hutchins, Dale ........... ...,. 1 80 Hutchins, Ruth ....,.... ..... 9 4 Hutchison, Ruth ....... ...... 1 06 Hyer, Angus ........ ...,.. 7 9 Hyer, Earl ,,........... ........... 9 4 Hyer, Grant K ............. 94, 165 Hyer, Marjorie ............ 80, 170 Hyer, 'Pauline ...... ....... 9 4, 170 T-Iyer, Ruth .,.,....... ...... 5 3, 108 Hylton, J. Carl ............ 80, 180 Hymas, Gwen .,........ . 53 A I Tngersoll, James H ............. 94 Tngersol, Joe ,............. ..,... 1 22 Trick, Roy C ...... .........., 8 0 Tsom, Opal ......... .............. 6 8 Tsraelsen, Mel .............. 180, 192 Tverson, Evan ....... ....... 5 123 Tverson, Verl J ...,,.. ........ 9 4 i Jackson, Arthur .................. 180 Jacobs, Chariton ............ 80 177 Jacobsen, Bernice ........,....... 94 Jacobsen, Gayle ............ 94, 175 Jacobsen, VV. Boyd ........,... 68 James, John Dale ............ 132, 177 James, Margaret .................. S0 James. Thos. S .....-.4----4 30, 153 Jansen, Harriet .,................-. 80 Janson, Charles L ............. 80 Janzen, Donna ............,---.v.- 94 Jardine, Grant ............ 94, 165 Jarvis, Bette .....-- ----4------ 5 3 Jaussi, J. L .......... ......-,--.--' 1 86 Jaynes, Homer ............ 177 Jeffs, Donald ........... .-.---.- 5 3 Jenkins, Clarke ..... ----.---- 5 34 Jenkins, Grant ....--.-.-- A ,------ 3 0 Jenkins, Katherine ..., 94, 178 Jenkins, Thos .............-,-- 94, 173 Jenne, Ortell ..... 80 Jensen, Betty ...... .---. Jensen, Don R ....... ...-- Jensen, Dorothy .... .-----.. Jensen, 1NIae ...........-------- Jensen, Mziry Louise .,...... Jensen, Neale .........,-.----4---,- Jensen, Nolan Mau ..---------- Jensen, Robert VV ...,... 94, Jensen, Ruth Marie .----------- Jensen, J. M .....v.A...-.-----,------ Jenson, Ross Liurko ..... ..,., Jeppsen, 1XIa.1u0l III ....v....... Jewett, Russell L .... ..... ...... Johns, Johnso Johnso Juhnso Johnso Johnso Johnso Johnso Johnso Johnso .Tolmso Johnson, Russell 60, Evadeane .......... 04, n, Alta ............. ...----- 11, Darold ....... ........ xi, Dean F ...........,...-. n, Dean K ......... 214, 11, Eula .................... n, James VV ............. n, Junior ............ 80, n, Leo G ...........v.....-. n, Mardenne ............ u, Nadine ................ Johnson, Stuart ...... ,...... ....YY. S U Johnson, XVi1li1nn ........ Johnston, Earl ....,.... 154, 5.s 69 94 179 53 U4 E14 SU 177 U9 80 168 S94 ii-l 170 fill 1.71 172 177 SU SU 177 94 U11 94 180 . .... 177 Jolley, Alta .... ,..... 8 U Jolley, Bert ..,... 94 Jones, Bonner. ...................Y.. 30 Jones, Henrietta 53, 56, 175 Jones, Jenkin ......,.v......--,-- 94 Jones, Me1'1yr1 ............ 13-52, I77 Jones, Rita .....,...... .... 5 -1 14345 Jones, VV1n. L- ............ ......-. 8 1 Jorgensen, Dell ,... ...... ,.... 5 5 Jorgensen, Dorothy ...,. 55 Jorgensen, Ray .......,,, ..,... 9 -l Judd, Reva ......l... .....- S 1 Judd, VVil1iam M ,..,.. ..... 9 4 Kearl, Cyril M. 81, 1351, 1.77 Kearsley, LaRue ..........,..... 81 Keetch, Gwen ,..l..........., S1 14545 Kelley, Charles ................. ........41, 42, 56, 147 151, 180 Kelley, Hoyt..81, 147, 151 180 Kemp, Elma. .....,..,........,.,,... 55 Kennedy, Ann ................ 81 170 Ketchum, Toni ........,........... 168 Kidman, Delbert 81, 147 151 Kilfoyle, Stearns .............,.. U5 Kimball, Betty Lou .... 95, 108 Kimball, Helen .................. till Kirk, Jack ..,......................, 94 Iii!'1ih3.ll'l, IiH.flhI'5"!1 ...... 55, 1,75 Kitchen, Norvzml ..... ...... . . 55 Kotter, Ralph ...........,........ 95 Krueger, Robert T ..... Sl, 168 Kuhni, Ka.tln'yn ...............l.. 95 Kunzler, Norene ........., EI5 158 Lacey, Geo. ............ ........ - l2 Lacey, Karma. H ......,,... 43, 54 Lainb, Dorothy .................... 95 Lamb, La.Ree ........ 81, 159, 166 Lamborn, Howard ............ 81 Laney, BiLI'l321I'2L ....... ........ 5 V5 Laney, Ella ............ ........... 8 1. Langston, Verl .............. 95, 143 Larkin, Rosella. ...... ...55, 175 Larsen, Clair ....,... ...., S 1 Larsen, Clistu .,......... 55 Larsen, G. Norene ...,........ flti Larsen, Ira .....,.,....... ........ 1 ISS Larsen, June ............. ........ 1 S8 Larsen, Nedra. ............,,....., 81 Larson, Lyn ....,. 62, GG, 68, 180 Lawrence, Alma C. ..........., UU Lawrence, Joseph ...... ..... S I5 Lfuvrence, Robert A. ........ 69 Leathani, XVxn. D ....... ..... 8 4 student index Lee, lmogene .,....,........, 55, 175 Lee, Kenneth ...,............ 55, 180 Lee, N01'lYllL11 81, 146, 147, 180 Lee, Robert ....................,... 96 Lee, Virginia ....... ....,. 8 1, 175 Leston, Chris .........,,.... 155, 177 LeSueu1', Harold ................ 84 Lewis, James NV ......,.. 55, 161 Lewis, Marvin ...................... 172 Liechty, Seymour ........,.,... 96 Lindhlonl Betty Lou ........ 81, 17U Lindsay, l-Iarold .......,......,. 69 Lindsay, Kennth ................ ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 146, 147, 148, 172 Liuford, Newel I-I ............... 91? Linke, Lo1'1'a.ine 69, 159, 170 Litz, Leon ........................ 54, 165 Litz, Owen .,..........l.....,... 96, 165 Livingston, Lewis .............. 80, 81, 180 Lockhart, Eldon ........,..,.. 168 Long, Keith .............,.......... 55 Loosle, Katie 81, 108, 127 170 Losekhin, Rollins .......,.... lil' Lovell, Marlene ...............l.. 96 Lowrey, Frank I-I ......... 96, 165 Ludlow, Daniel H ............. Sli Lund, Addie .........,.............. U8 Lundahl, Cordell .............. 154, 155, 130 Lundahl, Dorothy ........ 81, llili Lundahl, Jenna Vee ....... . 96, 108, 178 Lundgreen, Hartley .......... 96 Lundstrom, Ralph ........ 96, 173 Lutz, Ray ........ 711, Sl, 82, 180 Lyman, Clisbee .................. 96 Lyon, Anna ............ ....-A--- 1 155 III A'I8,UlliIl, 'Robert ............ 96, 173 Mackay, 'Alvin .......,.,,......... G8 Mackay, Suiubetli ..,.. llii Madsen, Gibb ..,..... ...... 1 72 Madsen, Rea. ....... 55 Maeser, Sherwin .... ...... 1 72 Ma.1mberg, John L ..,... ...... U li Mangum, Dora ...................... 96 Mangum, Ma.1'jo1'ie ..........,... SHS Manning, Elizabeth .... 69, 170 Ma.nuing,, Glen ................ 96 172 Marcusen, Arlo .........l.........- U45 Ma1'qua.1'dson, Jackie .... 96, 166 Marsden, John ...................... U0 Marsden, Marjorie .............. 175 Marsden, NVm. YV ....-...-.-,--,-v 69 Mm-tin, Edward ......l........,., 173 Martin, Emma 43, 50, 55, 175 Blartin, James ....,.,,...l....-.-- 138, 155, 172 Martin, ,VVIIL B ........,.... 653, 177 Mascara, Nick .,.....,............ 146, 147, 173 Mathews, Celia .................. UG Mathews, Maudie 69, 175 182 Malkin, Geo ....... 55, 147, 151 Muughan, Clarke: ...,,..........- 55 Maughan, Ellen ............ 54, 170 lilzwghari, Gordon .,... ...... S I6 Maughan, Kenneth ....,,...... 913 Mziughan, Lowell .............. SIU lxfmuglian, 1XI2L1'y ........,......... 69 Maughan, Ralph ........ 135, 1-11 lilgiughan, Shirley .............. 96 Mauglian, Virginia .........,.. 96 Maughan, Xvebster .,.... 155 Maxwell, Grace ....... ,........ 5 5 QMa,y, Gqnevievo .................. 96 McAliste1', Clarissa .,..., SHS, 178 McBride, Theda ....... ........ 5 5 McClellan, Val J ................. UG McCowin, Joseph .......... DG, 155 Ilcllonald, Demi AI ..,.. 55, 186 McDo'nz-iid, Geo ............. 55, IGS McDonald John ....l............. 177 1x'ILTEl1til'G, Rex ..., 69, 170, 177 McFa11, .Tmnes .................... 164 1TCIJ'211'1I.Ll1d, Bonnie .... ...,. 9 6 McGregor, Lenora .... . McGuire, Richard ...., McHugh, James ........ 81 UU .......,.177 .MCBli1la.n, La.Va1' .......,.,,,.,.. 177 McMul1in, .Dave ............ 81, 17:5 Mclwlurdie, Billu, .....,,.,,,,,.., , 81 McNeal, Hforth .............. 69, McNeil, Dean ......,... lvfechum, Ax'nold....., Mecham, Evan .,... Alecliaui, Merle Mennnott, Byron Memmott, Evan ...... Merrill, Clifford .. Merrill, Lucille ..,..... Metcalf, Donald .... Meyer, Jos. ............ . Meyer, Melvin ..... Meyer, Verna .... Meyer, VBIIIIZL ........ Michaelsen, Helen. 165 Sl SIG Sl 629 69 96 sw 173 .........18l css 170 Mickelsen, Elwood ............ 70 Mickelson, Donna ........ 81, Milcl-zclson, Dorian Miles, Calvin .....,.,,. Miller, Marjorie .. Milligan, .Jerry A.. Milligan, Priscilla.. Mills, Mormau W... Miner, Beverly ...... 166 70 nu fm lsu 96 81 Mohlman, Orson U, ,,,,,,,,,,, . 71 Mon toe, LaLMa1' ...... 147, 151, 155, 164 Monroe, Neil ................ 517, 165 lV1Ol1t1'OS6, .F1'H.I1UBS .,,,,,...... wx, 175 Moore, David ...,,,.......... 55, 171: Moore, lulizaxbeth ..,....,.. UG, 15:1 Moore, Hazel ......,,, ...... 7 1 Moore, Zina ........... U6 Morgan, Arlene ........ U15 M01-1-111, Davis ..... UU Morrill, Shazrdon .... U6 Morris, Russ ..........,.,,,,,..... 139 Mortensen, Dorothy UU, 166 Mortensen, Ralph .......,.,,.,, 51 Moses, Gordon .................... 71 Moss, Jane ..,..,.,.,. ....,., 5 5, 175 Moss, Lyle B. .... . ......... .. Moss, Sylvia L ......... Moulton, Buyd L. ......... .....,. S 3 UG UU Munk, Veda Mae ........ 82, 175 Munz, John ...........,........ 97, 164 Murdock, Elaine ................ 55 Murdock, Rowena ...... U7 Murdock, Velda. ......... .,... 7 1 Murphy, Edsel ..... ........,... E 57 Murray, Guy .................. 55, 180 Murray, Xvilford ...,,.,...., 71, 380 Myers, Dorothy 97, 108, 179 Myers, Jay ......,.,............. .. TU Nash, Robert ,.... 70 Neilsen, Calvin ...., ...... U 8 Neilson, Reed .......,.... . . ...18l.l Nelson, Beverly .................. 97, 1.26, 178 Nelson, Clinton ............ 155, 176 Nelson, Connie ............ 97, 178 Nelson Dorothy J ..... 108, 175 Nelson, Geo ............ ............ 1 39 Nelson, Helen ..... ..,... 5 5 Nelson, Joy ...... 71 Nelson, Lee ........... U7 Nelson, Merrell 517 Nelson, Olive ....... ....., 8 Z1 Nelson, Rolf A ...,.., SIS Nelson, Thus. O ................... 98 Nelson, Vona. Vee ........ 82, 1615 Nelson, XYa,yne XV ...........l... DS Newey, LaVon .....,,.... ...... 5 ll Nicholas. Beverly Nickerson, Robe-rt ...... Nielsen, Dale J ....... Nielsen, Don L ...... , .......,..... '71 157, 168 0 81. ......186 Nielsen, Dorothy .,,............, 76, 179, 182 Nielsen, Horten ..............,... 57 Nielsen, Jay ............ ......... 8 2 Nielsen, Milton S ........ ...,.. 8 2 Nielsen, Ric'1'1m'd ...... 98 Nielson, Farrell ......... ...... 9 8 Nielson, Howard ...l...... 82 Nielson, Nedra Jean .....,..., 98 Nielson, Rex .......,................ 71 Nielson, Thos. ...l............,... 82 Nilson, Helen ................ 97. 1551 Nixon, Billie J ..... 82, 158, 159 Norr, 1!'l'8.HCiS M .....,,...... 98 181 Noyes, John K ......... .......,. 7 1 Nuttall, Vifayne ........ .... 5 7 Nyman, Edith ....... .... 5 7 Nyman, F3.I'l'6S ,.,..... ...... 1 86 0 Oberg, Haynes ........,......... 168 Olsen, Jean .......................... 71 Olsen, Marian ........ 98, 108 175 Olson, Donnelle ...... ............ 1 70 Olson, .Tack .......................... 181 Olson, M. Jerry .... 78, 82, 126 Orison, Mac D ....................... 82 Orton, VVo1'th .... ..,.,.,.,. 9 8 Osborn, Bruce ..,................. 138 Oyler, Ned ........... ........ 9 8, 181 Pace, Eldon ..... -...--- 7 0 Pace, Ralph ...... .......164 Pace, Verlene ..,.... ,... 5 7 Pack, Lowell F ...... ,... 5 6 Pack, Marvin .... ......... 9 8 I?a,cke1', Allen .... ...........l 1 77 Page, Lynn ......... ........ 5 7, 164 Page, Mavis ...... ....,...,... 9 8 Paice, Leon ........... ..-...... 9 8 139.i1ltG1', Daphne ............ 98 179 Painter, Louise .................1 173 Palmer. Lane ............v,f--4--- 41, 52, 57, 106, 124 180 Palmer, Nagel D ....,.... 82, 173 :PELDXVOl'th, .Tune ...,........... 98 Park, Jay ..........,............----,-- 98 Parker, Frank ......,.,......--... 131 Parkinson, Barbara J ....l.... 98 Pa1'1iil1SO11, Cannon .... 155, 172 Parkinson, Polly ,..........--.-. 175 Parrish, Naomi ....., .... 8 2 Parrish, Morton .... 82 Partridge, Beth ....., ......... 9 8 Pa1't1'idge, Ray .................. 70 Pass, .TOS ....... 98, 146, 147, 165 Paul, Marjorie ...........,....,. 166 Paul, Roberta ............,... 98, 166 QI-'au1os, John ....... ......... I 77 Paulsen, Don .......... ......... 1 63 Paulson, B2Ll'lJa1'iL ...,....,..... 98, 108, 126, 179 T'a.xton, Geraldine ........ 98, 170 Pearson, Laurie .... ......... S 18 Pedersen, Reid ..... ,........ 1 72 Vekar, Mike ......................., 82 Pendleton, Alvin .......... 98, 173 Perkins, Barabarzm ..,,.... 57, 166 Perkins, Jos ............... ,..... 9 8 Petersen, Alan J .....,........... 98 T'etersen, Harlow F ........... 57 Peterson, Bruce ..,...,. 146, 147 Peterson, Don .,......,........... 98 Peterson, Eldred ....A........... 155, 172 Peterson, Lois ...............,,... 98 Peterson, Martha .... 78, 83 175 Peterson, Miles .....,..,.....,,.,.. 98 Peterson, Richard S ......... 98 Peterson, VVinona .,........,,.... 71 Petterson, Charlene ........ 175 Pickett, Calder .........,.,...... 125, 127, 176, 183 Pickett, vViHJLll'll .......... 98, 177 Pike, Edward W' ......... 98, 180 Pinkard, Jacques .,...... 71, 180 Pixton, Cleone .................... 93 Plowman, Gerald .......... 83, 180 Pocock, Twylla ............ 98, 170 Pond, Edith .................. 83, 175 Poole, Roma ........ 83, 127, 170 Porter, Gordon .....v.v....Y..... bfi, 50, 113, 153 Ponser, X1Valter H .,............. 57 Postma, Grace ......... ...-..-. 8 3 1'oulsen, Jay .D ...............,..... 08 Power, Bill .................... 57, 170 Preston, Glen .1 ..,...,............ 71 Preston, Robert 92, 98, 180 Prestwich, Leonard XV ..,.. 83 Price, Anna Lyle ..........v..... 166 Price, John R .............-- v---- 8 3 Probert, Arlene .................. 83 Pugmire, Dorothy J .....,... 98 Pugmire, Franklyn .....,.,.. 71 1'ugn1ire, lla Mae ........,..... 98 Pugmire, Jeanne ........,. 70, 179 Pugmire, Oral ....... .......... 5 7 Pugsley, Richard ...... ....... 5 7 Purser, Ronald V ........ .... 0 8 Quate, Larry ...... ..... 9 S I' Rallison, Eugene ...... .... 1 18 Ralph, Lila ......,.... Ramach, Geo. C ................... 98 172 Randall, Clarence ...... 155, Rasmussen, Garth A ......... 98 Rasmussen, Howard Dale 83 Rasmussen, Kenneth ........ 98 Rath, Ann ,....................... 98, 170 Rawlings, John R ............... 83 Ray, Gloria ,,................ 125, 179 Reading, Emelyn .,.............- 179 Ream, Evangeline ............ 98 Reber, Roma. .................. 57, 159 Redd, Gordon ................ 98, 180 Redd, Jo ............................ 83 Redd, Williani ...... 98, 146, 147 Redd, Wyinaii ........ 83, 08, 180 Redfield, Dorothy ...---------.- 71 Redford, Edwin ...... ........ 9 9 Reed, Gale A ......, ..--- 8 3 Rees, Keith ..... ..... 5 6 Rees, Kenneth .... ..... 5 7 Reese, Bruce ........ ,. 99 Reese, Dale .,.................. 98, 173 Reeve, 'Afton ................ 83, 158 Reeve, Marylene .......... 71, 164 Reeve, Ronald C ................. 57 Reeves, Eugene .................. 57 Ricci, Dick .......... ........, 1 53, 177 Rice, Lucille ........ .. 57 Rice, Reid ...... ............. 9 9 Rice, Ted ...................... 147, 151 Rich, Lloyd E. 50, 57, 113, 186 Richards, Arch .................... 56 Richards, Barbara May .... 99 Richards, Clyde R ............. 57 Richards, Marion ........ 71, 180 Richards, Nlyron M ............. 57 Richards, Rollo .........,.......... 98 Richards, Ruth ............ 57, 108 Richards, Vernon ......,..,.,.... 99 Richardson, Junior 146, 147 Richardson, Ruth Marie Richey, Melva H ................. 57 Rickenbaoh, R. J ......... 99, 165 Rigby, Charles .................... 57 Ripplinger, Luana .....,,.,.., 99 Robb, James ....,................. 71 Robbins, Dale F ........... 71, 181 Roberts, Elaine ................ 99 Roberts, Ennid ........,,.. 100, 175 Roberts, James L ............... 83 Roberts, Leah ..... ,.,, 58 sluden index Roberts, Merrill ................. Robins, VVm. E ......... 100, .100 103 Robinson, Burton .............. 83 Robinson, Geo. B ............... 70 Robinson, Ilene .....,. ..,..... 1 00 Robinson, Jesse S. .... ..... 5 9 Robinson, Rhea D ............. 100 Robison, Fern E ......... ..... 8 3 Rogers, Larry B ...,..... ..... 8 3 Rogerson, Opal L ....... ..... 7 0 Roghaar, Harold .1 ..,....,..... 59 Rollins, Ardin ..,................. 100 Roos, Charles ........,.........., 99 Roser, Robert ,..........,... .83, 165 Roskelley, Edward .......... 71 Roskelley, 1Yenclell .... 83, 172 Roundy, Mavis ......,...........,. SI-l Roundy, True ....... ........ 5 9 Roundy, Verna ..............,... 100 Roylance, Lucille .,.,.... 71, 175 Rozsa, Allen ................ 100, 101 Rudeen, Virla ................ 71, 175 Russell, Bill .........,.,..,........... 139 Ryan, Anne GG, 71, 108, 175 Ryan, C. Virginia ............ 59 Ryan, Doug' .................. 94, 164 Ryan, 'vVm. R ..... 100, 137, 143 Ryberg, Maridean ..,,,....... 58 S Sadlier, Lewis ...................,.. 168 Safran, Robert L ........ .... S 3 Salisbury, Lyman ..l...... .,-- 8 3 Salisbury, Norman ............ 172 Samowitz, Moses ........... -... 5 0 Sandberg, Calvin ..............., 100 Sandberg, James C ....,,,,..... 100 Sander, Marian ....,.,..... 59, 150 Sanders, Beth .... ....,.......- 5 U Sanders, Paul .........-.--.-..-.- 133 Sant, Jeane ......... ....... 1 00, 170 Sant, Morris ...., .........,... 1 65 Sargent, Dean ............,... 71 180 Sargent, Glen WV ................. 84 Salinders, 1VIarDean ............ 100 Savage, Dee Lon ...........-.,.- 100 Scartzina, Jesse ..........,. 59, 173 Schaub, Koleen .,,..... 100, 170 Scherbel, Jack .................-...1 100 Schopper, Francis ................ 58 Schow, Xifanda ............-. 83 170 Schules, Sarah ...........l........ 83 Schvaneveldt, Gordon ...... 155 177 Schwartz, lVlae .............l...... 83 Seamons, Evelyn .,.............. 166 Seamons, Linden ........ 83, 181 Sears, William ................,... 100 Seeholzer, Loyal. Seely, Preston ....... 84 Seiferling, Jack ........ 135, Self, David .......... Serpa, Peggie .... Sessions, LaJean ..........180 143 ..,,....100 sharp, Bill ............... ........ 1 77 Sharp, Dean ..... ........ 1 77 Sharp, Lee ......... ..........,..... 1 77 Sharp, Paul .................... 71, 147. .,..........151, 154, 155, 80, 183 Shaw, Jack ........................ 176 Shaw, Raymond ............ 59 186 Shelton, Douglas ...... .......... 8 3 Shepherd, Lucille ..,. ........ 7 1 Silcox, Burton .... Simmonds, Don Simons, Daryl ......... ......,.177 71 Simpson, Albert .......,,,,,,.,, 177 Simpson, Dorothy .,.,,.......175 Simpson, Val ......,......... 100 177 Skeen, Evan ..................,. 71, 186 Skidmore, James ........ 71, 186 Slack, Ben L ....................,..,. 83 Slack, Joyce ...........,...,,....... 72 Smeding, Vifilford 59, 164, 183 Smith, Alice .................. 83, 179 Smith, Don E ....... ........... 1 00 Smith, Don J ...... -.... 8 4 Smith, Donna ...... ..... 7 2 Smith, Ethel E ,...... ..... 7 3 Smith, Evelyn ...... ...,, ' 13 Smith, Gordon .....,,..,,,,.,..,,. 73 hillllll, Gwendolyn ............ luv, 182 Smith, LELN01' L ................... 100 Smith, Lois June .,.............. 73 biillth, 'lvlaxine ........... ,...,,,, 1 00 Smith, mayo ....,.,..., ...,..., 1 86 blllllll, liiilured ....... ....,.,..,. 5 9 blllltli, Uuessa ....... ....., 5 4, 159 Smith, ltalph ................ 58, 177 Smith, bI1Bl'il1kLl1 ................ 100 Smith, Theron Jr ..........,.. 140, 147 Smith, Thiel ,....,.................,., 100 Smith, Virginia ,... .............. l 70 Smith, Nvalter .............. 100, 173 84 Smapp, Gladys ........... Sneddon, Robert .ii ............. 100 Snooks, Alice .,...... ...,.......... 8 4 Snow, Alva C ...........,... 59, 186 Sonisen, .l+'rank .................. ....:J:,I, 141, lol, 154, loo, 177 Sonderegger, Herron ......,,.. 133 Sonne, Alma ........ 59, 155, 1725 Sonne, Norman .......i........ 172 Sorensen, Allen H ......,.. ,. 100 Sorensen, Garth ...... .. 84 Sorensen, Marie ......... .. 73 Sorensen, ltobert L .,....,.... 84 Sorenson, Evan .........,........ 144, 155, 173 Sorenson, Fern .................. 100 Sorenson, Glen ......., 135, 172 Sorenson, James ........ 132, 173 Sorenson, John ,... .,............ 1 'IZ Soteras, Harry .........,.. 100, 177 Soulier, Glen Sr ............... 59 Spackman, 1-larold .,....,,..,, 100 Spacliman, lla ........., ..... 1 00 Speed, Xvilliam E ............... 58 Spencer, Orson .........,..,..... 186 Stanfill, Sherma ........,... 84, 175 Stanford, Ted ........ ............, 1 00 Stark, Marlo. ....,. ....... 1 40, 154 Staten, Jay ......... ............. 1 76 Steed, 1-larman ....,. .,.,..,,., 1 00 Steele, Naomi ............. . ,..... 100 Steffenson, Gwen ........ 84, 170 Stephens, E. Sterling ........ 100 Stephens, Frank ............... , 84 Stephens, Verlin .....,..,....... 84 Stephensen, Margaret ...... 84 Stevens, .Kyle .................... 168 Stevens, Richard L ..... 72, 168 Stewart, Blanche ........ 100, 179 Stewart, Fred ..... ,.,.,.. . .8-4, 172 Stewart, Helen ........ 46, 59, 178 Stewart, Kathleen .............. 100 Stock, Gwendolyn 100, 179 Stocks, June ................ 72, 179 Stocks, Ned D ...........,......... 84 Stoddard, Carl R .,,,,.......... 84 Stoddard, Hazel .... 84, 108, 170 Stoker, Lyngby .... 84, 137, 177 Stoker, Russell ............ 59, 177 Stockes, Meri ..................... . 73 Strate, Anna Lee ........ 100, 179 Stromberg, Gerrald .......... 84 Stuulii, Eva .................,..,.,. 73 Stucki, Lund. ..,.,,,....,,,.,. 73, 186 Stucki, Vifilarcl 1100, 146, 147 Summers, Dee .................... 100 Sutich, Tony .................. 73, 135 Swainston, Beth ....... . ....... 100 Swan, Gordon ...... ..... 5 9 Sweeten, Elbert ..... ........ 1 00 Swenson, Beth .... ..... 8 4 Swenson, Clair .... ........ 1 00 Swenson, Don N ........ ..... 8 4 Swenson, Ruth .... ..... 7 3 I Taft, Karl ....,.,...,,,,.,.,,, 100. 165 Tanner, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Tanner, Xvm. R ................... 100 Tarbet, Lynian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 72' 172 Tasso, James ........ ...... 6 0, 164 Taylor, Arnold ....... ........,. 8 4 Taylor, Catherine .... ,,,,, 7 2 Taylor, Dell E ........ ...., 8 4 Taylor, Harold .... ,,,,, 8 4 Taylor, Ira ..,.,..,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 77 Taylor, Larry ...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 47 Taylor, Lawrence ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Taylor, Lawrence H ........... 100 Taylor, Lorin B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 85 Taylor, Marjorie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Taylor, Roger ........ 73, 144 168 Terry, Glen C .........,...,,,,.,,,,, 73 Terry, Robert .............. 100, 181 Tervort, Beverly ......,,.,...,,, 159 Tervort, Dorothy 61, 158, 159 Thalman, Melvin ................ 100 Thaxton, Jacqueline 100, 159 Theurer, Anna, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73 Theurer, Julia .................,.. 175 Thiessen. Howard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 101 Thomas, James Alan ......,. 85 Thomas, Paul ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, 61' 130 Thompson, G1-ant ,,,,,,,,,,-,--,- 85 Thompson, Lee R .............,. 61 Thompson, LeRoy ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 85 Thompson, Stayner ...... 85, 130 Thorpe, Dean VV ......,,,.,,,,,,, 61 Thorpe, Peggy ............ 101, 166 Tillotson, Helen ............ 61, 170 Tingey, Fred ........ ...,.,. 1 80 Tingey, Noreen ..... .,.... .101 Tippets, Richard ,.....,,,,,.,,,, 172 Todd, Ma.:-garot ,,..,,,,,,,, 50, 175 Tomlinson, Byron ............ 61 Toone, Larene ...,......,,.,.,,,,, 85 Trane, Keith ................ 141, 153 Treat, Catherine .................. 101 Trenielling, Horace ...... 61, 165 Tripp, Beverly ................ 85 179 Trotter, Maston L ...,...,.,,,, 85 Tueller, Don 0 .....,...,.,,,,,.,, 101 Turner, Byron ................ 73 180 Twitchell, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 172 Twitchell, Valeene V Veibell, Viola .... Villet, Janeal ......... ....101 73 Voorhess, Harvey ........ 101, 164 W Waddoups, Dorcas ..... .... . ..166 1fVadley, Leah ..,,,,...,,, ,,,,,,, 3 5 Wadsworth, Elma. Wadsworth, Helen ............101 72 Vifagstaff, Albert .... ....... 1 01 Vifahlquist, Glenn . VVahlstrom, Agnes VVahlstrom, Elmer. VVaite, Irene ........... Wfaite, Verl ..... 61 ............101 85 60 NVak l ey, XVa.lcl1, Salome .... Beth .... .. ..........175 Nvalker, L. R ............... 153, 172 Vfalker, Loraine .............. 101 Vvallcer, Mary .............. 127, 178 XVal1, Ruth .......... ............. 1 01 NVallace, Arthur ............ 61 186 1fValters, Vvarren ................ 101 Vvalther, Beulah ..... ..... 6 1 yVankier, Maynard ............ 101 XVankier, Udell .................. 85 VVanlass, Dorothy ........ 61, 179 yvard, Darrell ............ 101, 173 Ware, LaVar ........................ 85 Vvareing, LaVere ........ 101, 165 Wai'nich, Calvin .................. 61 Xvarr, Kathryn ....,....... 101, 179 NVashburn, Dewain ............ 85 1Vatkins, Jack ......... 186 Nvatland, Shirley ..A..........v.. 170 XVatte1's0n, Dorothy 85 XVa,tt5, Calvin ....,................. 101 XVea.ver, Bette .....A 101 NVebb, Calvin ........ ......v.... 1 01 Vifeeks, Kathryn ........,..,.... 85 1N7G1C11, Bob .................. 101, 181 1V6'11iE31', Gerald ...... 73, 80, 177 XVelling, Blaine .................. 85 XfVe1ls, Floyd ..... 101 Vvells, James .....,,. 101 VVelsh, Gene B ........,.. 85 Hfendel, Ray ...........v,...........1. 73 Vvendelboe, Josephine ........ 101 X1vEI'l1101'g'l'CI1, Faye .......1.... 108, 175 XVennerg'ren, Robert D ...., 176 VVest, Josephine ........ 101, 179 Vfeston, George .... 73, 172, 183 Vifeston, Mark Dnnford ..., 181 Vifeyland, Keith .....,.... 101, 168 Vifliatcott, Cyril .................. 85 NVhatcott, Sabra, ..... 101 VVhitby, Louise .,., 101 student VVhite, Barnard ........,, 155, Vvhite, - Grant , .... ..1.......... . Xvhite, Mary ......... ...... 8 5, Xvhite, Robert ...... ........ YVhite, Stanley ......... .. NVhitlock, Jack .,...,.,,,......, WVl1itney, Lawrence .....,... 01 1 6 S .......................,...... , , VVhittaker, Rayiiiolid 85, Vlfightnian, 'Wallace ,,......... . Vvilcox, Jean ..................,... Xvilden, Duane ,.... .... . VV1lk1e, Lenora ............,,..,... 'VV11118.l11S, Frank .............., 147, 151 Wiliialiis, Fred .......,....... XVil1i:1nis, Dick 12428, 1-14, VVi1iams, Hughes ..,,.... 147, VVil1iams, Ken. ........... 101. VVil1ia1ns, Leland ................ 'Wi1lie, Beatrice .... .....,..,.. NVi11ie, Edna ......... ........ 8 5 VVillis. John .... ........ Wilson, Alan ..... ..... XVilson, James ....1. .,.... , , WVilson, Jimmy ...... .,... Wilsoii, Joy ....... ,..,. 713 172 125 101 is so 183 180 180 101 101 101 155 1511 173 151 173 1.01 101 106 101 172 101 181 101 index Vlfilson, Lloyd .....,.............. 85 Xviison, lviargaret Ann .,,. XVilson, Mona ......,.......,....... 73 1fVilson, Ray ......... ,,,... 7 2, 177 Xvilson, Ruth .,..... ,..... 1 01 175 Vifilsom, Thella ...... ........... 7 il 1Vilson, XNVZLITOI1 .................. 61 XVinget, Glade .,,...........,..... 101 VVinn, Barbara ..,.,......, 101., 170 Mfinn, Latliael .........,........,. 61 XVinn, Vernice ...,,,,,... 61 XN'inn, Vvanda ...,. ,.....,. 8 5 Nviser, Paul .,...., ........ 1 01 XVolf, Rene A .,,.................. ..101 1Volf, Rosalie ...... ....... 8 5, 108 VV0lfo1'd, Dale ...... .......,... 1 01 XVood, Mel ................ .,,.,,.. 1 34 1Voodbury, Ilean ..... .,... 7 3 VVoodlJury, Rulon ...... ,,... 8 5 1VooLlwa1'd, Goldie ........,... 60 Xvoodward, Kenneth L ..... 85 YVorlton, Dan ....,......... 177, 183 VVo1'lton, Ruth 44, 61, 178 182 NVray, Keith .............1.......,.. 165 W1'ig,'ht, Doris ...... ..... 7 3 XVright, Elved ...,.. ,.,.. 7 3 Wright, Eugene ..... Vifrigley, John ..... . Vkfyatt, Spencer ..., 1Vyatt, Sterling .... Vifynn, Earl ......... Yearsley, Twila Yose, Frank ,.,..... 1-16, 101, 'AUIZEQA' Yose, Louise ........................ Yost, Thad ............................ Young, Adelle ......,............. 6, 101 , l 108, Zainzow, Donald .................. Zimmerinan, Glen .,...., Zirker, Kenneth ..... Zohner, Daniel .... Zohner, Mark ....... Zollinger, Budd .,... Zollinger, Clinton ...... Zollinger, Mildred... .137 ..fi1, Zollinger, Nathan . ..,.. Zollinger, Orson J .i........... 173 85 73 101 61 101 164 170 180 175 61 , 177 73 85 101 101 185 85 85 85 r .1 ,, 1 -i gif, Z., J . -- ' f . ',-.3 , K . -, ' . 3-. '1" - A 4 ... V . mv,..,L,, Ek, s as w ,X x z ' A A C'-'14, 1 .ws , . , 4 V- .,:n. N sf -.-. r-iff' ,. 1-, ,,. 5 mia Em , - 'fs "Q .I wiv ,wr:'. A, L." ' .1 .Q xwA -4' 1 v Y .". ' A - 35-g,f Q, E.5., 59- gjazqw L-X., q gvf . :I f. ., .. , v N' " , .yup - 5' E. L H- win L1 f 1 , r., my 4. 1' ' -Q 1. . 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