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MARJORIE MADSEN Business Manager

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Snowonian Futuure

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§NOWONXAN 1926

c;Joreword

� S the old shepherd gathered his flock into

the

fold

safe-keeping, so

for

have we gathered the events of the year, the traditions and ideals,. activities and achievements

at

Snow

College.

Here

we have attempted to· show the progress of our school as it will be during the coming years. May this book prove

school day pleasures.

a

store-house of

Annual Publication of SNOW COLLEGE Ephraim, Utah Volume

VI

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DEDICATION

q 0 those courageous men and women, the Pioneers, who, by their hard足

ships and privation, entered this valley, broke the ground, and prepared the way for the abundant life we now have.

To

those

en-

I

men

and

women

dowed with a greater

who

were

spirit of giving,

who made possible our College, and its Growth and Development, we fondly de足 dicate

this,

Snowonian.

the

Nineteen

Twenty-six

KJe�ls f((J)Jr Snow C_C(J)RRege Students lT

IS our aim to live nobly, to be true, to

spread sunshine and gladness.

We are ex­

pected to do our best under every condition. We seek for real riches, realizing that there is no wealth in gold as gold. poverty,

save

poverty

There is no real

of mind.

Many

men

who have great wealth are poorer than those who have less.

We want to appreciate that

there is no such thing as a blind-alley job; the only blind alleys are in the minds of men and women. Snov: College Students should know what it means when the prophet says, "Where there is no vision the people perish." vision we must have?

What is the

Why say these words,

unless we feel the mighty urge to open wide our eyes.

Snow College Students, have vision

day by day, to search each for grains of truth, and ask each night, when toil is done, ''What did we see in our jobs today?''

Omur D:rre<Btmtil. «J>f §JI]_«J>W C«J>Riege D

R. Karl G. Maeser on one occasion said, "Your Alumni Association will continue

to grow, and in the future eminent men will

come from Independence, Missouri, to address you." Vve pierce the veil of the future, and visualize Snow College of Tomorrow: a large, vigorous, energetic,

growing

school;

serving the

com­

munity, with its alumni, in all walks of life, scattered over this fair land; men and women

who are making life more desirable, and the

world a better place in which to live. President Francis M. Lyman, in the course of an address, said, "Snow College shall con­ tinue to grow until it will become one of the cornerstones of the education of the Church." Snow College shall live; it will turn into the

world men and women of that finer character, who scatter the message it gives. future of our school.

Such is the

CONTENTยง Administration

Classes

Athletics

I

II

III

Activities Organization

IV

Humor Advertising _,_ J

v

HEBER

J.

GRANT

President Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Bmeatlz those azure verda11t skies, There Jtestles Dear Old S1zozu.

Om路 !uve for lzer .rlza!l Jtever die, Our !o)'aft)' tte' er grozu co!d.

0 massive structure, risi1zg bigh, Bring to our mi1zd scbool days passed b)l; Your walls a symbol--purest gold-Will tower higher to the skies Reach forward aJzd expa11d --Behold

A growth to Jtever die.

r:Board of Education GENERAL

CH U RCI-I

BOARD OF

EDUCATION

Fieber J. Grant , President Anth ony \N. Ivins Ch a s .

Jo s eph Fielding Smith David 0. l\1cKay

VV. Nible y

\!Villa r d Y o ung

Stephen L. Rich ards

R u dger Clawson

Rich ard R. Lyman

Or s o n F. \1\Th itney

Adam S. Dennion John A. VV id tsoe

LO CAL BOARD OF

R.

Lewis

A nderson,

TRUSTEES

P r e si d e nt

____ _ ___ __ __ ________ -------�\![anti ! _ ::\ It. P l e a s ant

S o r e n l\1. Nielson, Vice-Pr e sid ent R o b e rt D. Y o u ng_____ __ ___ ___________ J a c o b B. Jacobsen Dr . A. J . N i el s on Ja s . John

A.

H.

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____________ _ __ l\1a nt i __ ______ Eph r a im

Christen s o n___

E. Raw an ,

Richfield

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E. l\!J: ag l eby___

C h a rles

\1\lm.

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_______ Redmond __ _ ____ 1\l[onroe

Jr.

__ __ Antimony ______ Loa

Callabon

L a rs P. Oveson___

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.Castle D ale

Allen Park

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Ne wton E. Noyes

____ __ _ Eph r a im

Gunni s on

EXECUTIVE CO �\1:1\IIITTEE L. R. And e rs on, Chairman Soren

M.

Dr. A . J . Nielson

N i elso n Jacob B . Jacobsen

PRESIDENT JVIILTOK

H.

KKUDSE:\1"

J Teber C. Snell, M . A. Educat·ion

Joseph Jenkins,

l\1[. S.

English

\!\1 ill iam G. :Carton, l\IL Socia l

A.

Science

(On leave of abse n c e )

A. B .

Archie Robbins, PhJ•sical

Ed11cat·ion

H. E. Jenson,

M. S.

HiologJ!

(On leave of absence)

1. S.

Christenson, ]\II. A. Co1wmerce

J.

E. Fisher, B.

S.

BiologJ!

J. Lyman Smith,

A. B.

l:listorJ!

(Picture not ava i l able)

F. ]. Fjeldsteacl Music

Reese Griffith

Band

Orchestra

Helen Nelson, D. S.

Drarrwtic Art

Oral Eot:{!rcssion

Sarah

Isaacson

Librarian

Fern Magleby,

A. B.

}f o1nc Economics

Joseph Stevenson

Custodian

Mary E. \i\lilliamson, l\!J:. A. E d u ca tion

Rulon Peterson, B. S. J\1!athcnwtics

(Picture not available)

Sarah

P.

Stevens

PrincijJ(d of Training S cl10ol

Geneva C. Quinn Critic Teacher

l\/[aric Larsen Crit,ic Teacher

Leota And erson Critic Teacher

Virginia Greaves Critic Teacher

Lenore Thompson Critic Teacher

Sy bil Arm strong Critic Teacher

Jessie Armstrong Critic Trachcr

(Picture

I

not available)

ELLlOTT

FRANCES SlVfYTH

JOl-INSON

P r esid e nt

1\lfARJORJE l\1ADSON

Se cr e ta ry and Treasurer

Vice- President

cSophomore Report \N e, the Sophomore Class of '26, desire, on d ep ar t ing from Snow College, to b e queath to our Freshman friends such that is our right to l ea ve to them: Good Health. Such successes as they may achieve, and the heritage of the name Sophom.ore Class. The natural abilities, however, that -vve possess, that enabled us as Frosh to win the major part of the honors of t ha t year, and, as Sophomores, to do so many things as well, \Ve c ann ot leave them; we must carry those things wi t h us into our- life's \ovork to augment our successes th ere.

Phil Anderson Thongh "Forgotten" he sings 'l.vith care­ we shall ne'er forget him where ere we are.

B oos t e r; S e v e r i a n ; " S '' C l ub; F o o t ­ b a l l , '26, O pera, '25, '26.

Sena :\fiel son In her tongue is the love of kindness­ in her hrart the trneness of love.

Booster;

Girl s'

C l u b;

Cl ogger.

Ina Christensen Ina. li/;:e a good ship-always attached to rt biiOJI.

Gi r l s ' C l u b; Boos t e r; C l o gger; Dra­ matics, '26.

Melpha Augason More than content on doing he1' acquiring a worth-worth '"While.

best,

Gi r l s' Club, B atch e rs' C l u b.

Maurine Hanson "It isn't D o not fret. Happy be J'01t. rain." says J\IIarchete, "it's razn­ ing ·violets."

rmmnr1

Cl ogger;

B oos t e r, Girl s' Club.

Preston Huntington High ai·ms fonn high character-a man passes fo·r what he is worth.

B atcher; S tu d ent B o d y O ff icer, '26; B o o s t e r.

Vernon Larson Quiet, unassuming chap, yet diligent, per­ severing, accomplishing all he under­ falc es to do.

Booster;

Batcher;

Snow

Drift.

Vera Mortenson "Loved b)' those who know her. but best b31 those who !mow her best."

Clogger; Girls' Club.

Oleta Davis School days bright, and blne the sk)l, mal�es one forget "haf'jl)! da)'S gone by."

Vera Knudsen A channing personalit)l, and a host of friends, but one is singled md alone, 'tis said, a worthy fellow "Ed."

Class Officer, '25; Girls' Club; (log­ ger; Booster, Student Body Officer, '26.

Othell Carlston His love is very mnch centered-on one­ at a time.

Class Officer, '25; Student Officer, '25, '26; Football; "S" Booster.

Body Club;

Ethel Nielson Believes that tnte life lies in work and As a bride, she will prove this love. theory.

Girls'

Club,

(logger;

Booster.

G e rald

J ensen

Serious, high i n jntrjJose, a 7'rr)' good fel­ low.

Ardel l C h ris t e n s o n

Channing. she will ahva:,'s win, s1nce hajJjJinrss and J03' are twins. Booster; Clooger; Girls' Club.

Violet

\N i l k e n s o n

�Vhose auility i n jJrose and jJoem will be missed nrxt year. Booster·' Batcher '· Assistant Editor. Snowdrift, '26.

Rose

Ra s m u s s o n

N feel� in words-but great i n song.

Bate her; Girl ' Club.

Edra Ch ris tia n s e n N C7H"r satisfird o r a t rest till she has

done her 'iJCr)' best.

Girls' Club; Booster.

1--lan s

D e n nis o n

lf the heart of I-! ans is depressed with cares, the mist 1:s disjJe/led when Sarah arrears. 'Missionary Club, '25, '26.

Zelma \iVillardson

Let cares of school and ·worry ti·me en­ hance. Ze/-m.a has hosts of friends and a sprightl-y spring rmnance. Gi rls'

C lu b;

Cl ogger;

l\/[yron

B o o st e r.

'Ji.T as d e n

His heart beats hea:V]J, things are un­ sonn.d-1mless Ercel ·is ar01md. Bo oster;

B a tc h e r.

Vi via n

An d e rson

"! wiLl it so-let Fny order be 1ny will."

Cl ass Officer, '25; Clogger; G i rls' Club; Booster; Stu d e n t Body O f f i ­ cer, '2 5 , '26.

:Marie

Jorgenson

Virtue. 111odesh1 and good characten:st·ics.

truth-her

·ver31

Ba tch e r; G i r l s ' Club.

l\�I e l va Nielson

Because ]•our ways are waj•s of sweet­ ness; becanse of ]Jour co·m.plete cmnplcte­ ncss; beca·use 'J!On're you. Gi rls' Club;

C l ogger; Bo o s t e r.

Golde n

O l d royd

A ·man of will and purpose-ask his frirnds. Booster.

Aleda :Michaelson

To those who know her not-no words can paint. To those who know her, all words are faint. Gir l s ' Club;

( l ogger; Batch er.

Heber Dennison

To bear 路i t cheerfull路y, makes the load light-I-f ever is always cheerful. B o o s ter; S n ow

D r i f t S t a ff.

Ercel Allred

Sunshine for ever路yone in her smile颅 but onl)! one can enter her heart. C l ogge r;

Gir l s'

C lub;

B o o s t e r.

N elcla Norman

"Sensibility is power of wonw:n alone." Girls' C l u b, '25, '26.

Lillian Winn

Happy, cheery all day lo ny. Studious, conscientions, intellectual!)! strong. B o o s t e r;

( l ogger;

Girl s'

C l ub.

Clare Okerlund

"Judge not-lest ye be ji.tdged." S tude n t B ody Office r , '26; B o o s t e r.

Thelia Hansen The secret of success is friendship and sincerity.

(l ogger; G i r l s ' Club.

Gilbert Childs Things may be rare as a da:y in !nne, but what's so rare _as Gib' s own tunes?

B atch e r C l u b.

Sarah Thomas Sarah is my name; Wales m:,' destination. Happy be the little lad who changes such 'I'HY station.

Gi r l s' Club; ( l ogger; Cla s s O fficer, '25; B atcher.

Leah Christiansen To a gi1'l who's always fair. Always happy and 路without care.

Gi r l s' C l u b.

Francis :Mortenson He !m,ow.s what's up and what. Debating, '24, '25; b a l l, '25, '26.

"S'' C l u b;

Foot颅

Pearl Bessie A S'unny nature,

G i r l s ' C l u b.

her smiles a million-fold.

Stella Han s o n JV Iodest i n speech, but her good deeds

ac­

cl(l'im her.

Girls' Club; Clogger; Booster.

JVf arvin Draper

Dr:,' ·wit. plus intelligence-a zvorth-·while cowtbination. Snow Drift Reporter, '25, '26.

Beth And e rs o n

Prett':<' t o V.){)l/c with, j!leasant to tal!? with, nice to thin!<: about-ash /;//endell. Girls' Club;

Clogger.

Quentin Anderson

Di· ligent, persevering, ne'er disajJJJearing.

humor and fun

Football, '24, '26; ''S'' Club· ter; Business Manager Sno '26.

Boos­ Drift,

Alton A n d erson A booster and wor!?er. h c/ j • d the athlctrs thrn man:,• a pain. JC

Booste-r; Tennis Club; Student Body Officer; Class Officer.

Tursell Childs She thinks alone of one-Gene-to mat him ere the da}' is done. Girls'

Club,

'24,

'26;

Clogger.

Hazel Christianson Generous, gentle, genuine-well tells her all.

( l o g ge r; Girls' C l u b;

:Maurine

B o o ster .

Harmon

If trouble knocks, let it knoch. will corntnand.

Gir l s'

Peace I

C l u b.

Lyman \iVillardson Of rnatri·mony's blissful state, Lym.an alone, can beat his pate and acknowledge all its joys.

''S" C lub; Mission ary; Fo o t b all; Snow o n ian; Snow Drift, '26; C l a s s Of­ ficer, '26. .

Coy \N illiams "Briefity is the soul of wit. "

Elliott

.

J ohnson

.Marjo rie

"Here's to the Land we love,. and here's to the 'Love' we land."

Football , '24, '26; Deb ating, '24, '25; S n owonian, '25. '26; "S" Club; C l a ss Officer, '26; D ramatics, '26.

Fra.nces

J\1adsen

A tribute of highest praise-an nn.falter­ ino ·worker, 111i.red wih congenial .fellow­ . sh �p-a true f riend . G i r l s' C lub; Booster; Sn o,;vonian, '26; Snow Drift, '26; Cl ass Officer; Cloggcr; Batcher.

Smyth

''1-Iow 'IIWIIJ! sweet and ·uaricd flowers. by friendshiJ/s hand she has scatterrd here." Cl ass O fficer, '26; Batcher; Cl u b; Snow onian, '26.

Girls'

El oise Jen sen

School may come and school ma31 go, but I'll go on for­ e·ver.

Cha r l e s

W en d e l l Anderson He does not fail, for fail is

giving in to weakness.

l\1acel

.

ca re-free

Grace Ba ker HnjJjJjl. busy as a bee, a smile for everyone to see.

I da

Ru l o n D avis A happy. 1nan.

Welsh-

:M able Mangu m Always worki·ng- accorn.­ plishing-attaining s1.tcces­ ses.

Breinholt

Serz•ice and kindness-her offering to the world.

Douglas Nielson Thou.qh on pleasur e he is . bent his mind is ever toiling upw;rd

\IV all

Lil<ed b·y all the bo)IS-and .uirls. too-a ��eritable Ro­ meo.

Arnold

all the singcJ'S in the throng. none ro11ld sing so braz1e a song.

Of

C u r t i s Kel l e r

Eat. drin!?, and b e merry, for tmnorrow there ·may be ex­ arn.in.ations.

Ralph J orge nson The great relation between m�id and �n, was tl; e only thmg he , dmna !?en.

";"

,

Hope

Blain

Sincere-well-liked by all who malce her acquaintance.

V a neda

Ruth P i ckett Her s·mi!es will win for her -best friends.

R h oda Davis "Beware the fnrJ' of a pa­ tient ·woman."

Cl i ft o n 1\d: i ck l e s o n "Who i s

which?''

K e mmn e r

M e mm ott

It is what a man does, what he ·Jnal�es of himself that connts.

Rh e a

Pea cock

Cheerfulness is one of the basic qua!it·ies of W·isdom.

Cl i ft o n

Ott e s o n

He m a y .forget his school, his ho·rnc. b·ut never his Ses­ sions.

:Ma rtin

S ·mall, swee t refined. ,

and

fair-equally

.lust

l�ind.

Da v i d Reuseh

1-lc owned u p ·with . a grin

that his fm;orite s�n was studyin.!J all niuht long.

C l in to n

M i ck l e s on

"HI/i·ich ·is who?"

L a Friel Ch r i stiansen A school girl of the lively so1't, laughs. dances, a very good sport.

Lo n z o Hansen

Thots cmne to him lil?e A p­ ri 1 s howers-1111 ex pectedl·y.

Cl ayt o n B eck Slvv-b1it sh:vness is hardly noticeable. -

Abe Littl e Studious, conscientious, with plenty of time for pla:,1 and

lo·ve.

J o sephi n e

Nielson

Health and Happiness and Charm are greatest sources to success.

11il t on

C hristian s e n

A cheerful worker, alwa:,1s smiling, always happy.

Sarah Kellct Cheer:,',

ncve1' frets. she

haj!jJy,

Smiles for c·vcr:;,one ne'er fo7'yets.

U clell

vVilliams

Plwvs his Sa,Y In -him 'twas

with case.

natural

to

jJlease.

Ruth

Baker

''I tall? and chattc1'

long.

But real!:;, I that ' s wrong.''

all

don't

day

think

Truman Mathie

For women I have but little care. Single bliss I treasure

more.

Magie S h o m ak er "Better be out of the world than out of fashion,'' Says Maggie.

E dith Mic k l e O f m.arriagc and all its jo? s and sighs, Edith can eastl31 testify.

Lazalia Dorg

Faithful in work

and deed.

Leon Christiansen

t

A fight er b·y n a ur e , a dmmt­ lcss l o z • c r , his acqutired char­ acter

bcspca!?s.

V erd I-Iansen

in

"JV! I' hea rt' s the highland. JYIy. hrart is not here.

iVh1 h e art s

iri. _q a

'

in

dear."

!Yfon.roc, chas­

Dorthy Keller

Su.ch haPP'J'

Dudley Reese

natures are to

There behind

be envied.

lifer him uJorlrl aJ'e frLv. J-l c can ·right/3' be true blue."

Peterson

''The

early b·ird

Lvonn.''

all 1'iches.''

Euray Anderson

termed

ratrhcs the

Katherine Nelson

"A girl , i111 jJehtous, tender> q11iet and sincere."

An artist's brush E1way can wield; he has also fou.nd fame i·n other fields.

wrists.

the

�n

Osmon d \iVh i t i ng

"Honest integrity-a good reputation is better fm' than

Ralph Thompson

Larsen

"ProjJ/e

To be a man one does not have to be a h ero.

Profo·undly skilled in ath- . letcs, very apt in using his

afte r all. pnrpose his energy .

Eugene

Lyndon Cropper

@

is.

Bernice

Braithwaite

-Lilc e the roses of May in blo o 'm -Lilce the sHnshine in the ro 01n .

Vonda A

Sanderson

m ili tan t snffragette; she

/mow s speal<s

he1'

i t.

own

m·ind

and

The e)chool rear SEPTEl\1BER Our first month of torture is here Let's hope it don't last thru

the

)•car.

September 14-Entered the portals of the Snow College, saw the sign. Felt rather timid, so didn't register.

\1\T elcome

September IS-Pondered during the night on what subjects to take. l\!J:et a fine friend who had been here before. She told me a lot of snap courses to take. Bunk! They all came at the same period. September 16-Professor Jenkins must take a delight in seeing the Freshmen quake. September 17-What a grand and glorious feeling a half holiday brings. September 18-We are full-fledged college we didn't know much about anything.

students

now.

Found

out

September 21-0h! The joy of blue Monday. September 22-VVhose turn to speak in chapel? punishment every clay.

Never knew it was student

September 23-Someone else was in misery today in chapel.

Let's laugh.

September 24-Teachers remind us we. are here for work, but-yes, play, too. September 25-How versed in diplomacy the teachers are when they want us to study. September 28-vVeek-encls don't agree with us.

Too much sleep?

September 29-Smith and Williamson walk hand-in-hand to school. if they will continue to do so on through life,.

\1\T onder

September 30- The teachers have already spoken of examinations.

OCTOBER There's When

a

day in

October-late,

all gates hm'e the same fate.

October !-Football season opens.

Oh! Boy,

.October 2- Everything and everyone trying to be bright and peppy, hut can't. October 3-Same lessons. October 4-Same subjects. October 5-Same old Sophomores. October 7-Sophomores put in forty-eight hours of sleep! today. October 8-- Spring romance, the little onions are sprouting.

Are very bright

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e)tudent Gf3ody (CJjficers VERA

KNUDS E N

OTHE L L CA R L STON

Vice-President

President

RALPH NIE L SON

C LINTON l\III C KLESON Cheer

Leader

Editor "Snowonian"

Q UENTIN A N D ERSON Business Manager "Snowdrift"

V I V I AN ANDERSON A ctivity

A gent

PR ESTON J-IUNTINGTON

C LIFTON OTT ESON

Secretary- Treasurer

Debating Manager

l\;fARJORIE M ADS EN Business Nfanager "Snowonian"

C LA RE OKE R K LUND Chief Justice

A LTON ANDERSON

VERNON LAR S EN

Athletic

Editor "Sno":Vdrift''

A ssistant

111onager

IVAN HANS EN

RALPH THOMPSON

Business Manager ''Snowdrift''

A thletic Director

Snowonian Staff EURAY ANDERSON Staff Artist MARGE

NLADSEN

Business Al anagcr

VILATE JACOBSON Assistant

PRES.

Editor

RALPH NIELSON

Editor-i1 1.- Chief

MAURINE 1-:LANSON

FRANCES SMYTH

'SnojJs'

Typist

KNUDSEN Advisor

ELLIOTT J OHN S O N Ass路istant LYMAN

Editor

WILLARD S O N

Advertising

IVAN

HANSEN Bus,iness i11anager

Snow 'Drift Staif I-LEBER DENNISON 1'3iPi.st (Picture not available)

MARGE MADSEN

VIOLET

ANDERSON Business 111 anager

MARVIN DRAPER '!-!'U1nor'

LARSEN Editor

\iVILKENSON

Ass,istant

Calendar Reporter

QUENT IN

VERNON

Editor

LYMAN

\iVILLARDSON

Athlet'ic Reporter

School Year-- Continued O c to b er 9-M y g o o d n e s s g r a c i ous ! a n a ffection for l\!I oro n i .

C l i ft o n O tt e s o n c ertainl y likes a n d h a s

O ctober 1 0- C l oggers ' in i tiatio n . O c tob er 1 1 - Friclay-Thre w our b o o k s to t h e win d , w e n t to Faculty B a l l . O h ! l\!Iin ! Pun c h a n d e v er.y thing. O c to b er 1 3-l f t o d a y h a d b e e n Fri d a y , w e w ould h a v e h ad b l a c k c a t examinatio n s . 路

O c tober 1 4- G irl s !

Y ou h a d b et t er start a h o s pital for i n j ured footb a l l h eroes .

O c t o b er 1 5- H e a v e n h e l p t h e m a l e s p e c i e s o f S n o w C o l lege ! C lub h as organized. O c tob e r 1 6-l\!Ia n ti s tart s i nging b efore t h ey l e a v e c a m pus.

T h e Girls '

It must b e Friday .

O c to b e r 1 9- N e v er c oul d imagine w h y s o m an y s tudents l i k e s tud ent b o dy d a n c es b e s t. T h ey are fre e ? O c to b e r 20 to 24-U. E. A . V a c a tion !

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ELITE CANDY COMPANY H ome of the Milk M aid Chocolate H E li A S I T

A S K FO R IT A T Y O U R L O C A L D EA LE R ' S

PALA C E G R OCE R Y & CON FECTION ERY F O R T H E B E ST I C E C R E A M

A N D S O D A \i\1 A T E R S kept c o o l by our

" Iceless Refrigerator" C o m p l e t e l i n e of CON FECTIO N S A N D

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T h e I nd i a n gu i d e who u s e d to t h r o w banana skins i n t h e trail s in t h e Grand Cany o n m ay have been a t o u gh b i r d , but o u r i d ea o f a m e a n I n d ian is t h e o n e w h o a p p l i e d to th e G r eat S p i r i t for a j ob a s ga m e w a r颅 d e n in th e H a p p y H u n t i n g G r o u n d s .

" N o , E u g e n e , L i n c o l n ' s Getty s b u rg A d d r e s s w a s n ' t t h e p l a c e w h e r e h e got h i s m a i l . "

" WALLIE'S ' ' Cleaners and Tailors

ARCHIE LARSON

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THE ODD SHOP C u r t i s M i t c h e l s o n , Prop r i e t o r

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Sondrup Transfer Co.

A l so Sheet Mus ic, N ew Process C OL U M 足 B I A R E C O R D S , Music S upplies of All Kinds. O U R MO TTO :

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College City Service Station Ladies' R e s t Room

A uto Repairing, Lathe Work, Elec足 trical W ork, Expert Battery S ervic e

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By LU C I U S M. B E E B E

\N hat shall w e say w h e n the year i s clo n e , vV h en the curtain is cl o w n and t h e act is p l ay e d , \!\! h en of t h e a c t o r s remains not one ; \N hat shall w e say that m ay w e l l be sai d ? Laughter a n d l o v e a n d song w e made , A n d w a n d ered in fields where p o s i e s gro w ; B u t n o w that t he fl o w ers w e p l ucked mu st fade, \N h a t shall w e say as w e turn to go ? Though o n e w ere as w is e as Solomon, And failed a t n e v e r a task essay e d ; H ad rac e d , a runner not yet outru n, VV hat s ha l l h e s a y w he n none h a v e stay e d , A n d o v e r t h e <;ampus the s i l e n t shade O f t w i l ight fall s , and the w a tchers k n o w Th e ghost of t he coll ege y ear is l a i d ? vV hat s h a l l w e say as we turn to go ? The fates h a v e w e t and t wisted an d spun, A n d cut t he thread 'vv ith a s i l v e r blade ; The hour i s s tru ck , the sands are run, 'Visards are off in t he masq uerade. T h e r e is worse t ha n th e pain of a debt unpaid, C hi l l more bitter than winds can b l ow I n t h is e p i taph for a lost c o m rade ; W h a t shall w e say as w e turn to go ? EN VOI

Prince, to w h o m w e ers t w h i l e pray e d, O f H eartfelt Th ings that are w h ispered l o w ; \N h e n t h roats catch a n d l i p s are a frai d , \N ha t s ha l l w e s a y w h e n w e turn to go ?

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