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?j ) t, ; 1 -.) Vt Lt Lt . lvr�(

Ex Libris

j


Spirit of Research Illusive as the subtle shade of thought Or the momentary beauty of a rose, Teasing as the rhythms of the dance Of the p ine needles in the wind, The patterns of the frost on the window pane, Or the intricate shades of a summer twilight, Challenging as the buffeting wind, The untraveled road, or the d izzy height Of a mountain peak jutting the skyl ine, Patient as the slow river That caused the mighty canyon The spirit of Research moves in our world As the Voice of Creation upon the mighty deep Opposed to the hands of finality, Knowing no restraint save that of devotion To a quest-an eternal seeking. F. Y.


Buoyan tly poised, alert, curious �rith fearless eye and earnest hand And mind aflame with the jubilancy Of a great expectationyouth, the b right star of a better social order Stands and anticipates his worldFor a moment hesitates, and then Amid the resounding clash of ideas and ideals Amid the hurry and confusion Of activities multitudinous Amid the doubts, fears, hopes, contradictjons Faith, illusions, inspirations and dreams Of our changing world Blazes a new trailSeeks the eternal quest.

F. Y.


_Lt\ MEMORANDUM of The Friends and Fun Work and Romance

at

SNOW COLLEGE EPHRAIM, UTAH 1930-31


THE FOREWORD SNOWONIAN 1930-31: From memory I bring fond recollections that gypsy time woul d erase; in retrospective contemplations pleasant, I restore entire the treasured past.

J


DEDICATION To the hope of a better social orderThe College Yout h who exercises his right to play, who maintains a kindly attitude of analysis toward any man's word, as he searches for truth.


"1!7here faint shades did hide, The winds grew calm, The birds did sing."


Snoto points the way

to

fruitfuL fields of study


Campus

fun, fnolishnPss and work-- 1Vlay they live


Spirit of Progress Held aloft by far-seeing administrators bids its devotees acquire wisdom to live leadership to serve sympathy to understand patience to wai t


PRESIDENT KNUDSEN

HIS MES SAGE J\ly message to you is to he intel l igent �wh i l e obtainin g you r educatio n . The edu­ cative process shou l d go o n and on , never ceasing. There is a chal lenge thrown out to you to be i ntel ligent in coping with every probl em of l ife. To be i n tel l igent means to discard n arrowness, personal p rej udice, amateur, k n o w ledge, "hal f-baked" impressions, facile j udgments, and to real ize sure l y the difference between what you think you think, what you think you know, an d what you know you know . I t wi l l save you much troubl e l ater. I t w i l l reveal to you the difference between the sma l l and the great, the val u ab l e a n d the worthl ess, the i l l u sory and the rea l , the fleeting and the enduring. It w i l l c l eanse your mind a nd m ake it clear­ er. I t is only a s you become able to take the impersonal attitude, that you become i n ­ tel l igently edu cated.

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PRESIDENT L. R. ANDERSON

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE It is the Executive Committee of the college that serve untiringly behind the �cenes . They work w i llingly, faith ful ly and without one cen t of remuneration. In the role of advising the college p resi dent, they are i n dispensable. Theirs is the vast work of checking on the work at the college an d of constantly fostering its welfa re. I ts problems a re their p roblems.

President L. R. Anderson gave free l y of h i s time and means during the w eeks that the state legisl atu re was considering the accepting of SNOW as a state institution . He was a great factor in sponsoring the l egi s l ation . His l on g years of ardent service have made the col lege his debtor. S o me of the members of the Executive Committee h ave served the SNOW d u ring the maj o r part of its existence. Thei r vision has done much in fostering the growth of the sch o o l . Executive Committee, t h e facul ty a n d students of SNOW appreciate you r w o rk a n d your examp le of service, away f r o m the p l audiis of t h e crowd.

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE LEWIS SoREN M . NIELSON JAcoB B. JACOBSEN

R. ANDERSON, Chairman

DR. A. J. NIELSON NEWTON E. NoYES

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RALPH BRITSCH President

THE S NOW COLLEGE S TUDENT B ODY The students of SNOW CoLLEGE and their officers h ave thi s year exhibited sch ool spirit not so much b y cheering as by achievement. They have been u nited in action and l oyal in support of sch ool functions and activities. A heavy extra-curricu l ar p rogram h as been successfu l l y fostered. It has con颅 :;:isted of varied activities that h ave offeree! opportunities for deve l opment and for recreation to every membe r of the student body. Footbal l w as the i nitial sport activity. It has been fol l owed in season by basketball , track, and tennis. Dramatics, debate, an d orato rica l , essay, s tory, and reading contests h ave e ngaged the inte rests of a l arge n umber of students . Dances h av e been a regular feature of the calendar. The student body and their officers have sponsore d two publ icati o n s: the Snowonian and the Snowdrift. The list of contributors is this year l onger than in p revious years. The quality of the p u b l ications records how wel l th e staffs have succeeded. Ralph Britsch and his associate officers are to be com p l imente d upon their leader路 ship and their successes. They h ave quiet l y but effectively l ed in the extra-curricu l a r program that h a s contributed much t o the school year.

Page Twelve


PETERSON

MADSEN

PETERSON CowLEY

Cox

�!RIGHT

MADSEN

CLINGER

KNUDSEN

STUDENT BODY OFFICERS HALPH BRITSCH

President

HELEN MADSEN

Vice-President

MAURINE CmvLEY CoRNELius PETERSON

Secretary- Treasurer Activity Agent

THERON CLINGER

Athletic Manager

EARDLEY MADSEN

Edz:tor of Snowonian

LEAH WRIGHT KENN PETERSON

\VrLBUR Cox GENEVIEVE KNUDSEN

Editor of Snowdrift Forensic lvlanage! Cheer Leader Editor of Snowdrift

They fostered opportunities to live more fully.

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\XrM. G. BARTO)!

Political

ciencr, llislory

MARY WILLIAMSO

Elementar)' EducaLion

AUDREY LARSEN

Critic Teacher

LAPRELE CRABB

Librarian

.JESSIE AHMSTRO 路c

Critic Teacher

MARIE

LARSEN

Critic Teacher

J OS. s. CHRISTEJ\SEN Uegislrar. C01nmerce

vERA KNUDSEl

Critic Tenc/1er

Page Fourteen


H. EPHRAIM J ENSEN

Biological Science

SARAH P. STEVENS Critic Teacher

FER

J

A. y OUNC

English

IvAN W. YouNc

Physical Education

CHAHLES A. WALL Business

MARY NIELSO Critic TPacher

LucY A. PHILLIPs

/:.:nglish

VILAT£ }ACOBSE

I

Critic Teacher

Page Fifteen


H .. REED CHRISTENSEN

Flzys£cs. Mathematics

GLADYS H. YouNCBEHC

Educutinn

v ONDA HATU:US c, itic Teacher

F'RANCIS J. GUHNEY

C!temist,ry

HEBEH c. SJ\'t::LL

Education

EMMA B. SoRENSEN

Home Economics

HI::LE:N A. NELSON

Public Speaking

FHED J. FJELDSTED

Music


The Analyst Seeker, learner of truth

sifter for verities sponsor of progress commander of life


LARSEN

BAKER

DAVIES

G. THOMSON

R.

THOMSON

REYNOLDS

POST GRADUATES LAMAR LAR SE N

KENNETH

Ephraim, Utah

Loa, Utah

Arts and Science

Education

GRANT THOMSON

VERNON DAVIES

Ephraim, Utah

Cannonvi l l e, Utah

Education

Education

RALPH THOMSON

GLEN REYNOLDS

Ephra i m Utah

Chester, Utah

Education

Arts and Science

,

"The

BAKER

greatest

and

noblest

new truths;

Page Eighteen

pleasurP. which

1nen

and

to

the

next

is

can have in this world

shake off old prejudices."

rs to discover


NoRMAN

KNUDSEN

STEWART

BRAITHWAITE

OTTOSEN

SOPHOJ\IORES vAN N OY STEWART

President

GENEVIEVE KNUDSEN

LAURA BRAITHWAITE CHESLEY NoRMAN

GERALD OTTOSEN

Vice-Presiden t Secretary

and

Treasurer

Athletic Jl1anager

Activity Agent

We are the inquire rs. Our days of i n q uiry in these ha l l s of learning are l imited . To ou r C o l l ege we offer a tribute, for h ere we h ave earnestl y in quired of truth and acquire d a deepe r in sight into the fie l ds of know l edge ; here we have made dear friend 足 ships and h a d rich experiences w hich we shal l treasu re as some of the fon dest _posses足 :::i ons of life. Under the guidance of ab l e l eaders, our achieveme n ts as a class h ave been rich an d varied. In pub l ications, debates, athletics , d ram atics, m usic, a n d social service work, we have engaged freel y a n d carried away a due _portion of the hon o rs . In addi足 tion to these, the representative man and the re presen tative l ady, the popular man and the p op u l ar l ady an d the efficien cy studen t were a l l members of our group . The ac足 tivities h ave re w arded every participa nt w ith v a l ued retu rn s in sel f-development. We l eave our A l ma-Mater with a foundation of an d a h u n ge r for furthe r stud y . We leave better eq uipped to cope with l ife in a ration a l man ner. We l eave w ith a desire to help s o l ve the p rob l ems con fronting society today. We are more efficient socia l l y. May we show our gratitu de to Snow by utilizing the experiences gained in h er h a l l s as a basis for future b uilding.

Page Nineteen


MAURINE CowLEY

Venice , Utah Education MoRRIS BuNNELL

Spring City, Utah Education

CoRNELius P El�ERSON Ephraim, Utah Arts and ScienCP

LuciLLE STEWART Mt. Pleasant, Utah Arts and Science H ELE:\' MADSEN

J\llt. Pleasant, Ctah Arts and Science

LETHA LownEY Manti, Ctah Arts and Science

GRANT PETERSON Ephraim, Utah Education THELMA DoRIUs

Ephraim. l1tah Education RELIA SHAW

Aurora, Utah

Educa ti o n RuTH BRANCH Price, Utah Education

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RALPH BRITSCH Manti, Utah

Arts and

Sc1:ence

LYNETTE RAWLINSON

Delta. lJtah Education LEAH WRIGHT

Coalville; Ctah

Education

LowELL HANSEN

S pring (jty, Utah

Arts

and Science

EARDLEY MADSEN

Ephraim, l.Jtah

Arts and

Science

DoROTHY OLsoN

Manti, Utah Arts and Science CLIFTON ToLLESTRUP

G u nn ison, Utah Education PAUL PARK

Gu n n json . Utah

Arts und Scie.ncc O'REL H. l\1IKKELSON

Robertson, 路wyom i n g Education ERMA LUND

E p hr aim, Utah Education

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S HILA GUND ERSO N Mt. Pleasant, Utah

Education ETH E L H ERMANSEN Ephraim, Utah

Education LARENE NELSON Ferron, Utah

Education

EsTELLE SoRENSEN Ephrai mj Utah

E ducation

CLARA BAGNALL Chester, Utah

Education

DoRoTHY BEDELL Coalville, Utah

Education LULA JENSEN Emery, Utah

E ducation

T H E RON C LINGER Manti, Utab

Education LAWRENCE N IE L SON Ephraim, Utah

Arts and Science RuT H PETERSON Manti , Utah

Education

Page Ttcenty-tu:o


WENDELLA GRANGE Huntington , Utah FclucatZ:on

JAKE ANDERSON Ephrai m , Uta h

Eclncation EuNICE MoRTENSON E p h r ai m , Utah

Arts and Science NELS BocH Mayfield, Utah

Education RoBERT GLEDHILL G u nn i son . Uta h

Arts and Science LAvERNE HUMPHREY Orangevill e, Utah

Education ILENE OLDROYD Fountain Green, Utah Education GoLDA PETERSEN Bou l der, Utah

Education CHESLEY ELIASON Man ti , Utah

Arts and Science KI RT JoHNSON Manti, Utah

Arts and Science

Pa�e Twenty-three


VERNON

JoHANSEN

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

Arts and Science

GENIEL BoYINGTON

Manti, Utah Educ atio n

PAULINE CHRISTENSEN

Ephraim.

Utah

Arts and Sciena LLOYD WILLARDSO� Manti, U tah Arts and Scifma MARY

GARDNER

Manti. Utah

fducation

GLENDALE LARSO� :Moroni. Ctal1

Arts and Science

MILES SoRENSON JVJt.

Pleasant, Utah

Arts and Science

LILLIAN HANSEN Manti Utah Edacation ,

IJESSIE

PETERSEN

Fountain Green, U ta h

Education CLYDE STEWART

Milburn, Utah u nd Science

Arts

Pa,ge Twcnly-jvur


VALDA BossHARDT Redmond. Utah

Educatio�

CROFT CHRISTENSEN Mayfield, Utah

Education DoN STRATE Spring City, Utah

Arts and Science

MAURINE THOMSON Ephraim, Utah

Arts

and Science

ARDES CHRISTIANSEN Mayfield, Utah Education LLOYD CHRISTIANSEN

Mayfield,

Utah

Education EvAN J O H NSEN Ephraim, Utah

Arts and Science SYLVIA CoLLINGS Monroe, Utah Ed uc tio

a n

HOGER ARMSTRONG Ephraim, Utah

Arts

and Science

FERN WESTENSKOW Manti, Utah Arts and Science LuciLLE RoPER

Oak City, Utah Education BuELAH CooPER Aurora, Utah

Education

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FERREL NIELSON Ephraim ,

Utah

Arts and Science NAOMI DIXON Ferron, Utah

Education SADIE LITT LE Iv'foron i ,

Utah Education DoRms WILLIAMS Emery, Utah

Education MAXINE SoRENSON Eph raim, Utah

Education MAUDE WEBSTER Loa, Utah

Education RuTH SoRENSEN E p hrai m , Utah

Education RALPH JACOBSEN Mt_ Pleasan t, Utah

Arts and Science

]ENNIE JoHNSON Redm ond, Utah

Education NAOMA BESSEY Manti , Utah

Education

Page T1l'enty-six


HowARD LUND Ephraim. Utah

Arts and Science

LuciAN REID Manti, Utah

Education

TWYLA BAGNALL Ch ester, Utah

Education

CHESTER HILL E p h raim, Utah Education WENDEL WALL Mt. Pleasan t, Utah A rts and Science

ANA JENSEN Eph raim, Utah

Education LomsA PoTTER Cleveland , Utah

Arts and Science REED RASMUSSEN LaPoint, Utah

Arts and Science

MARION JoL L EY Moroni , U t ah Arts and Science EDNA JENSEN Spring City, Utah

Education

Puge Twenty-seven


THE FRESHMAN CLAS S President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Cheer 111aster Debate Manager

REESE ANDERSON LoUisE FowLEs. LoRNA NIELSON GARN OLSEN LoUisE MATSON

What is the n ature of col l ege and what does it offer us ? Th is was the inquiry of most o f the Freshmen during those first weeks of torturous adj ust足 ment. They foun d new fiel ds for study, chall enges to more intensive a n d independent study, and opportunities for personal devel opment everywhere. As searchers for ski l l and knowledge, the Frosh have been successfu l l y

active . They are represented wel l on the scho l arsh i p rol l . A l arge percent of Snow debaters and ath letes have this year been Frosh . A l l the honors i n

s peech, essay, reading, and s t o r y contests h ave been m onopol ized by the Frosh . The c l ass has been represented equa l l y wel l in dramati c s, music, and the various other activities o f the school . Frosh week i s a n outstanding memory o f the year. Its wel l -organized p rogram of va rie d activities fostered c l ass sol idarity and p rovoked much merriment . The tug- of-war resu lted in

::t

"break" between the c l asses ; the

Hag rush was a Frosh victory. As the crowni n g ceremonial of the week, I n a a n d J u l ia mirrore d the merits of the c lasses a n d facu l ty ; then the t w o c l as s p residents formal ly buried the hatchet o f i nter-c l ass riva l ry . The Frosh of th is year w i s h their Soph omore friend s m a n y n e w and profitabl e ventu res and i nvite them to visit SNow an d p a rticipate with the S ophs of next year .

Page Twenty-eight


..WILBUR Cox Manti, Utah ETHEL THOMSON

Ephraim, Utah

DEE MADSE

T

Ephraim, Utah

HELEN SHIPLEY Oak City, Utah FLoYD KoTT ER Elsinore, Utah MABLE SMYTH Fountain Green, Utah K ENN PETERSEN

Manti, Utah MADORA LUND Mt. Pleasant, Utah

WALLACE Po u LsoN Redmond, Utah

CHRISTIE RASMUSSEN Mt. Pleasant, Utah

DouGLAS C LARK Manti, Utah CoRA J u sT ESEN Spring City, Utah

DEARMOND RASMUSSE

Mt. Pleasant, Utah LomsE FowLES Mt. Pleasant, Utah

TALMADGE LAMB Ephraim, Utah

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RAMONA PETERSEN Man ti, Utah

G E ORGE SMITH Redmond, Utah

IVY P ETERSEN

Fairview, Utah REESE AND ERSON lVJt. P leasa nt, Utah

IONA PETERSEN

Boulder,

Utah

RICHARD J ORC ENSON Eph raim, Utah

LoRNA NIELSON Manti, Utah

ALFRED LAHSON Spring City, Utah

MAE PETEHSEN Ephraim, Utah

LAV ETA CoLEMAN Manti, Utah

EDITH SWENSEN Hinckley, Utah

LEILA BuNDERSON Emery, Utah

JULIA l\i{ODEEN Gunnison, Utah

B ERT AvERETT Mt. Pleasant, Utah

DELTA NELSEN Ferron, Utah

PageT hirty


ALLEN YouNG \Vellington, Uta h

M ARTHA H ENRIE Man ti, Utal1 PAuL JoHNSON Ephraim, Utah

EsTHER

RAsMussEN

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

V ERL lVIEYRI C K M t. Pleasan t, U t a h

VIOLA MADSEN Mt . Pleasan t, Utah

NEIL H AFEN Mt. Plea s a n t , Utah

C AROL R EID Manti, Utah

DuANE A ND ERSON Nationa l, Uta h

AsTRID JoRGEN SEN Ephraim, Utah

LYMAN PE T ERS E N Mt . Plea s a n t, Uta h

LEMIRA RA WLINSON Delta, U t a h

MYRON M E LLOR Manti, Utah

ZoE JEN SEN Ephraim, Utah

MARLIN NIE LSON Eph r a i m , Uta h

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NELL CAFFALL

Springvil !e, Utah BRUCE ELLIS

Spring City, Utah l\fERL KNUDSEN Ephraim, Utah GLEN NIELSON

Eph r aim ,

U tah

LEONORA BENCH

Fairview, Utah ELWOOD DRAPER Moroni, Utah LoUisE MATSEN

Mt. Pleasant, Utah DELBERT YERGENSEN Monroe, Utah S H I RLEY OGDEN

Richfield, Utah EuGENE PETE-RSEN

Mt . P l easan t, Utah EvA OLsoN Eph raim , Utah

VERNILE SHELLEY Mt . Pleasant, Utah ADA McDoNALD Joseph, Utah FLOYD YouNG

We l lington, Utah ALicE BoeR Mayfield, Utah

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\/ERL OGDEN

Richfield, Utah

LomsE LARSON Mayfield, Utah

SHERMAN MoRTENSEN Ephraim , Utah RUBY C HRISTENSEN

E p h raim, Utah

PARLEY T HORDERSON Cleveland, Utah

HELEN ANDERSEN Ephraim , Utah

HAY JoHANSEN Mt. Pleasan t, Utah

VIRGINIA HoucAARD Manti, Utah

RoNALD KJAR Manti, Utah

ELVA T HOMSON Ephraim, Utah

GRANT HARRIS Ephraim, Utah

INA HuN T Ric hfield, Utah

LELAND FROST Ephraim, Utah

NELLIE GREAvES E p h raim, Utah

RoY HANSEN Man ti, Utah

Pa{ic Thirty-three


CATHERINE FowLEs

Mt. Pleasant, Utah WooDRow HERBERT

Salina, Utah GRACE BLACKHAM

Moroni, Utah SHELDON NIELSON

Ephraim, Utah PHYLLIS WEBSTER

Loa, Utah

RAY ALDRICH Mt. Pleasant, Utah FAYE RIGBY

Fairview, Utah KENTON ARMSTRONG

Ephraim, Utah DoRT H A J EN SEN

Manti, Utah KENNETH DALTON

Circleville, Utah GEoRGIA HoucAARD

Manti, Utah ORVILLE EVERSH ED

Manti, Utah LARUE PAULSEN

Ephraim, Utah RAYMOND ALLRED Spring City, Utah DEORA ANDERSON

Moroni, Utah

Page Thi1ty-jour


IsABELL GRANGE Huntin gton , Utah

WAYN E S LAUG H T E R Hinckley, Utah

BLANCI-I E NIELSON Oak City, utah

GARN OLSON Spring City, Utah

FRAN CIS JENNINGS Ephraim, Utah GEORGE ANDERSON

Moroni, Utah lviAmE C �:-ImsT ENsEN

Richfield,

Utah

DANIEL JOLLEY J'v1oroni, Utah

V EOLA BRIEN H OLT Redm ond , Utah

RALPH BLACK HAM Moroni, Utah ELDA LUND lVIt. Pleasant, Utah

PAUL H ANSEN Ephraim, Utah

S ADIE LovELL Oak C ity Utah ,

PAUL P RATT Hinckley, Utah ELIZABETH N E LS E N Ferron, Utah

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TO THE S TUDENT Who flees the regions of the 1 ower mind, Where these d istempers breathe on every word : I nfectious dogmatism, noxious hate, Old sn arl y s p leen, and troublesome debate, Dul l b igotry, stupid ignorance, Proud egotism, empty arrogance, And famous h o l l owness , and b ri l l iant woe足 And wou l d to know l edge's h igh p laces go, Must first in humb l e p rayer approach the Throne Of the A l mighty mind, and there m ake kno w n The purp o ses that swel l an hone st heart; Then on the p ath before him, meek l y start: Asking of others who h ave been that way, What of the country and what of the day ? Being certain ever to earnest heed To where the steps of hoar expenence . *

*

*

*

*

*

'Tis vain to soar al oft on borrowed wings Or drink success from favor's flowing spring. Let him who j ourneys u pward, l ea rn the way, By toil ing step b y step, an d day b y day.

-A. A . Whitman.

Page Thirty-six


Departments Voices from the past investigators of the present presagers of the future


DEPARTMENTS The laboratories and class rooms o f the institution i nvite the youth s of today to enter therein i n order to learn the secrets and the achievements o f the past, to find the challenges of the p resent, and to catch a glimpse of the promise an d won der of the futu re. Here the quester may m ake immediate preparation s fo r vocational activities or he may train p reparatory to the specialized w ork of senior college and research institutions. Here he may fin d the spirit of d iscovery, that eager seeker for new truths; here he may acquire altruistic attitudes cond ucive to better life. The coll ege has eleven fu1ly o rganized departments and offers more than one h u n ­ d red fifty courses during the three terms. Alth ough e a c h department can n ot he rep­ resen ted to advantage in ph otographs, they contribute abun dantly to e n richment and development of the learners. The departments are un der the dircc�ion of well-trained teachers, most of whom have studied in addition to m aster degrees . The students have at their disposal six wel l-equipped l aborato ries, the sch ool library, and the city lib rary . Whi1e class room activities can be transpose d largely into terms of work and stu dy, there is e n ough o f d iversion and o f digression to add interest an d variety to the que::t and to give challenge to the questers.

"/ hearing get, who had but ears, A nd sig ht, who fwd but e;res before; I moments live, u:ho Lived but years, And truths discern, who had but learning's lore."

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I


THE COLLEGE BAND The

Mu s ic

Department , directed by F. J. Fjelsted, is one of the most active de­

partments of the college. In additio n to regular courses in h armo n y , public school music, vocal, and instrumental music, this department has organized a college choir ,

a men's and ladies' glee club, a band, and a spe c ia l ladies' chorus, o rganize d for the

purpose of serving the community. It if'- th e organizations and the soloists of the music department

ready , like m i nute men, to

tainments. The

concert s

fur ni sh

that

are ever

numbers for school assemblies and public enter­

and recitals are some of the best numbers of the year.

¡"A velvet flute-note Jell down pleasantly Upan t he bosom of that harmony, And saz:led and sailed incessantly,

As if a petal from a u,z:ld-rose blown T-Tad jlllttered clown upon that pool of t,one."

Page Thirty-nine


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:·:�

DEPARTMENTS Mastering the figures of business One of the many performers in Room 14 Learning the art of costuming Experimenters in physics

Seekers for the mysteries of life

"A .fire-mist and a planet­ A crystal and a cellA jelly-fish and a saurian, And caves where cavemen dwell; Then a sense of law and beauty A.nd a face turned from the clod­

Some call it Evolution, And others call it God."

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DEPARTMENTS Compounders of chemicals Students of foods and nutrition

A few students of physical education Future engineers

"By cherishing as a vital principle an unbounded spirit of inquiry, and ardency of expectation; it unfetters the mind from prejudices of every kind and leaves it open and free to every impression of a higher nature which it is susceptible of re­ ceiving, guarding only against enthusiasm and self-deception by a habit of strict investigation, but encouraging rather than suppressing everything that

can

offer

a prospect or a hope beyond the present obscure and unsaLisfactory state_"

-Sir John Herschel_

Page.F orty-one


A

Representative Train ing School P roject

T h e Education Department is one of the large s t in the co l l ege. It p repares teachers for the e lementary and th e intermediate grades . H . C . Snel l , Ma ry Wi l l iamson, G l a dys H . Yo u ngberg and seven critic teach ers are in ch arge of the w o rk . lVIode rn methods o f instruction a re p racticed in the training schoo l . O n e o f them i s the un it of w ork wherein the chi l dre n take the in itiative in outlin ing the p roblem . Each grade com plete one o r more such proj ects annual l y . The work h as received fav o rable comment from c ritical educato rs. The best proj ects each year are ex hibited at the San pete J County Fair. Rep orts of some of them have appeared in the U . E. A . j ournal . Some of the units of work this year incl ude Our Library, directed by Vonda Har足 ris ; Th e Story o f Wheat, by Audrey Larsen ; The Sto ry o f Sugar Beets, by Vera Knud足 sen ; Our Band, supervised b y Vil ate Jacobsen ; The Work of Rivers, by Jesse Arm 足 strong. A unit of reading w as s u pervised b y Sarah P. Stevens and Marie Larsen ; and a n u mber o f un its corre l ati n g the various cou rses were directed by Mary Nie l so n .

Page Fo rty- t wo


Activities A laboratory for testing theories for gaining valu ed experience for integrating the group for winning wreaths of victory


J . \V. Yo oNG

C LINGER

NELSON

K . P E T ERSON

F . Yo uNG

C. P E T E RSON

EX TRA-CURRIC ULAR ACTIVITIES Extra-curr i c u l a r activities a b o u n d at S n o w Dramatics, athletics, m usic, speech, c re ative w riting, student p u b lica t i o n s , a n d various ty pes o f so cial service h ave offered ch a l l en ge to students who are able and will i n g to excel in fun ctions a dditi o n a l to class competition. The immediate p romoters a re the s tudent b ody officers a n d the facul t v comm ittees o n activities. Stu dents intereste d in d ram a ti c s h ave h a d o p p o rtu n i ty t o compete f o r r o l es i n th ree th ree-act p la y s , also for p laces in the K n u dsen re ad i ng contests, and to participate i n various student b o d y, class, a n d cl ub program s. Tw o speech contests h ave been con足 ducted : the annual Grant O ratorical and the P hilli ps Extem po raneous. The debate events have resulted in contacts w i t h r e p re sen ta ti ve s from fi ve colleges : We s t minste r Dixie, B. A. C., Santa Rosa, and U. S . A . C . I ncentives f o r creative w ritin g have bee n n u m e r o u s. The " S n o w o n i a n " a n d th e "Snowdrift" h ave challenged a l ar ge g ro u p . S pe c i al contests of the year have been the S n o w d ri f t story, th e stu dent b o d y informal essay, t h e E n g l is h de p a r tm e n t form足 al e ssay, and the You n g p oetry. C o m m u n i ty r e c itals , s pe ci al c o n certs, and stude n t b o d y progra ms h ave offered p ar tici p a t i on in a l arge n u mber o f v a r ie d m usical p re se n tat i on s . Much o f t h e s u ccess of these activities is due to the abl e di re c tio n o f F . J. Fj el s t ed . T he a th l e t i c p rogram incl u ded footb all, b a ske tb a l l , tennis, and track eve n ts and resu lte d in contacts with a l l t he c o l leg e s of the State . Dancing-soci a l , f o lk c l og, tap, an d aesthetic--afforded o p p o rt u n ities f o r recreati o n a n d deve l o p men t . T h e e x t r a c u rr icul a r p rogram at Snow C ollege is va ried and inclu sive . The maj o r p a rt of the student b o d y h a s this year p a rtici p a te d i n o n e or m o re activities apart from th e class work . .

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C HARM By Jo H N K IR K PAT RI C K A n n ua l com p eti tive p l ay u n d e r t h e direction o f M i ss H e l e n N e l s o n . Ken n Pete rson , foren sic m a n a g e r . :M Rs . H A RPER

Zoe Jensen

lVIR. H A RPER

Ralph Britsch

A rrnstrong Lucille Stewart Duane Anderson Kenn P eters on Maurine Thomson R oger

J DA M A y H A R PER

J oE PoND l\1R . LE STER M RS. WILSON DR . GARFI E LD

A lfred Larsen

RuDoLPH K LE I N

Eugene Peterson

M R . PAXTON

'Gerald Ottosen

MRs. PAxToN

Letha' L o wre y

Sylvia BABE

Collings

Martha

MISS MILDRED

Christie

C LAUDE

Henrie

Rasmussen Garn Ol s en

VIOLET

Lm'"ise Fowles Art is knowing HOW to do.

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JO E WANTS CHARM

COMMENT " C harm," t h e feature dramatic production o f t h e year, w a s staged in Ephraim before a large appreciative a udien ce.

The w ide character varia足

tio n , th e amusi n g s i tuat i ons , a n d the c ! ever l ines offered an op portunity for each auditor to find his hobby. Th e cast was selected from a l arge grou p of comp etitors. Some changes in the original lineup w ere necessitated

because

o f u n foreseen conditions .

FINALE : EvERYBODY WANTS J O E

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"A FULL IIOUSE" B y FRANK JAC KSON Presented November

2 1 by Pl ay

Directed by He l en 0TTI LY H owELL

L u cille Stewart

G E o RG E H owELL

Ralph B ritsch

NED PEMBROKE

Ke n n Pete rso n

DAP H N E C H A RTERS

Estelle Sorensen

PARKS, t h e b u t l e r

Dua,n e A nde rs o n

Zoe J e n se n

Production

cl ass

Nel son

SusiE, th e m aid

M�a u r i n e Thomson

Kmc

L a w re nce Niels on

MRS. FLEMMING

L etha Lowrey

N I C H O L AS

V E R A VERNON M R S . PEMBRO K E

R e t i a S h aw La Vere.ne Humph rey

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Peterson Caffall

Smyth Thorder>0n

Anderson Swenson

Modeen Rawlinson

Larsen Fowles

Madsen Mellor

WINNERS KENN PETERSON Grant Oration First Place "Evidences of 1 oseph Smith's Prophetic Power"

MABEL SMYTH Grant Oration Second Plaoe "Evidences of ] oseph Smith's Prophetic Power"

REESE ANDERSON Snowonian Snap Shot Contest First Place

JULIA MoDEEN Formal Essay Second Place "Triumphant Youth"

A.LFRED LARSEN Knudsen Reading Contest Second Place "The Lizz Town Humorist"

VIOLA MADSEN Informal Essay First Place "When Do We Study"

NELL CAFFALL Informal Essay Second Place "A Defense of Laziness"

pARLEY THORDERSON Informal Essay Third Place "My Favorite Failing"

EDYTHE SwENSON Grant Oration Third Place "Evidences of Joseph Smith's Prophetic Power"

LEMIRA RAWLINSON Scribbler Story Contest First Place "When Shepherds Watched"

LoUisE FowLES Knudsen Reading Contest First Place "Pigs Is Pigs"

MYRON MELLOR Formal Essay First Place "Control of Organized Crime"

"Time spent in acquiring skill is well i.nvested."

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ANDE RSON P ET E RsoN .CAF FALL l1ASM USSEN MELLOR RIGBY } O LLEY B RI T S C H EVERSHED JOHNSON

S NOW DEBATES AND :QEBATERS RESOLVE D : RESOLVED : R ESOLVED :

Question

Th at the Un ited States recognize Soviet Russia i m mediate l y . Th a t a l l n ations shou l d a d o p t a p o l icy o f free trade. That the pro p o sed tax amen dmen ts be a dopted.

School Westmin ste r vs . S n ow

Russia

Russian

R u ssian

Debaters A l l en Young Nel l Caffa l l K i rt J oh nsou :\ 1 y ro n Me l l or

Date

Place

December 1 2

Snow C o l lege

Feb ruary 20

DixiP

Feb ruary 19

B . A . C.

Dixie vs . Snow

A_ l l en Y o u n g Reese An d erson Reed Rasmussen R a l p h Britsch

S a n ta R o sa

Ra l ph Britsch Reed Rasmussen

February 28

Snow

Orvi l l e Evershed R eese Anderson Ken n Peterson Ne l l Caffal l K i rt Johnson M y ro n Mel l or

March 4

Snow

March 5

Snow

Nell Caffa l l A l l en Y o u n g Faye Rigby Marion J o l ley

October 26

Ephraim

November 2

E p h raim

Snow Free Trade

Taxation

B . A . C. vs . S n ow Dixie vs. Snow S n ow

"The best man

is

th e one who

sees

1 1 ws

t clearly. Mental order is force. "

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c. ST E W A RT

WA LL

R . J o H AN S E N

K OTTER

V. S T E Vi'ART

THE F O O TBALL S C HEDULE 1 93 0 Septem ber 1 2 September 1 9 September 2 7 October 2 4 N ovember 7 N ovember 1 4

Snow Snow S now S n ow Snow Snow

O 12 0 7 13 0

Ric h fie l d 0 Mon roe 0 K ittens 20 Weber 2 5 Westminster 6 B . A . C. 7

Giving the signal

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at at at at at at

Ric h fiel d Ephraim Provo E p h raim Ephraim Cedar City


C A PTA IN N o R M AN

LAMB

P ET ERSON

R . B UN N E L L

V . J oH ANSEN

HIGHLIGHTS ON FOOTB ALL The return o f six l e ttered men-Norm a n , J o h ansen, Stew art, C l in ger, a n d the Bun 足 n e l l b rothers-an d t h e a b u n d a n ce of n e w materi a l from t h e neighboring h igh scho o l s m a de th e gri d seas o n l ook favora b l e f o r t h e Whi te a n d Gol d . P ractice w a s begun S eptember fourth, everyone bein g a nxious to ge t i n to acti o n . P l ays were deve l oped rapid l y ; a n d by Sep tember tenth , the Badgers w ere anxious for act io n . The cravin g was p arti a l l y s atisfied b y a batt l e with the Richfi e l d High, the Sanpete-Sevier cham足 pions of '29. That reveal ed b ot h merits and demerits in the squad a n d their tactics. Because of b e i n g a l ittl e over anxious a n d of l acki n g h a rm o nious team w o rk , S n ow l ost severa l chan ces to score . The Badge r defen sive was s omewha t better tha n its offen sive . Perhaps t h e greatest t h i n g gained from t h e e n counter w as the d i scovery of a smash i n g tack l e in t h e person of Ta l Lamb , w h o h ad b e e n p la y i n g h a l fback. Th e l in e w a s then stre n gthened m ore th a n ever. "Who said buck was the o n l y Lamb t h at cou l d b u n t ? " The Mon roe team was next p l ayed b y Snow. T h e Badge r p ower h a d i m proved greatly and the game was entirel y th eirs from start to fi nish. Kotter w o rke d l ike a secon d Red Grange ; a n d before the game was over, Monroe h ad l e arned to respect a former teamm ate .

Ready for the signal

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PRATT

:NI.

B lTN N E L

F . N IELSON

THORDERSON

JoHNSON

H IGH LIGHTS ON F O O TB ALL T h e Badgers decided to m e a s u re cl a w s w i t h tl 1 e B. Y. U. K itte n s ; so t h e y poi n ted the i r tracks to w ar d the Y . stadi u m . Beg i n n i n g w i t h a v i m , S n o w m a de two first d o w ns so fast th a t t h e Kittens d i d not k no w w h a t it w as all a b o ut. Th en a l on g came Mr. Fum b l e a n d M r. B a d P u n t . J u st before t h e h a l f , t h e K i tten s s c ore d a touchdown. T h e secon d h a l f was h arde r fou g h t t h a n t h e fi rst. I t be i ng i m p o ssi ble to c rack S no w 's l ine, the K ittens took to the a i r a n d scored tw o m o re t o u c h d o w n s . T h e entire S no w team p l a y e d w e ll o n the defen se. T h ree weeks l ater th e local s q uad met We be r Wildcats in a s t u b b orn l y fough t game. Three time s the h ig h ly ta uted \Ve ber tea m was he l d on the sh adow of the g o a l l i n e. Webe r m a d e th e fi rs t s c o re . I t w a s o nl y a f e w m i nu tes l ater t h a t W a l l leaped i n to t h e a i r, sn agged a pass, a n d th en fe l l over the goa l l ine f o r a touc h d own. T h e p o int w a s c o n verted , placin g S n o w one in the lea d . On the very next play, the k ick-off, \Ve be r ' s q u a ďż˝ terback carr ied th e b a l l b e h i n d a fl y i n g w e d ge in terfe ren ce t h r o u '!h the e n t i re Snow tea m a nd m a d e a score . T h i s p l a y see m e d to sq uel ch S n o w , a nd Weber converted tw ice m ore, both by the forward p a s s .

Captain Nonnan a n d the play

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SLA U G H TER

HAFEN

P ouLsEN

C LI NGE R

l\1 EY RICK

SIDELIGHTS ON THE S QUAD T a l I... amb took up a new fi e l d o f p i o neerin g, that o f l e a d i n g stray p1es out of C ove F o rt to be m assacre d by h u ngry foo tb a ll p l ayers. I n order to m ake a footb a l l day com p l ete, Ray I. J o h a n sen cal l ed o n h is o p ponen t's sister i n the evening. V ictory i s gained in m o re th a n one w a y . A l l footb a l l e n t h u siasts s h ou l d n ot fo rget t h a t T a l L a m b m a de guard o n t h e a l l ­ c o nfere n ce footb a l l team th is yea r . Th e B a d g e r s q u a d w a s con si derab l y w eakened w he n V an N o y cal l e d time out t o go to the h ospital I t takes more than a b roken n o se to p u t C h es N o rm a n ou t o f the game . I f the C oach h a d taken the C o l l ege sk iis to Cedar C ity , the game m ight h ave ter­ m i nated d ifferen tl v . Pomeroy d i d �ot enj o y t h e w a y Kotte r tack l e d h i m i n the Westm i n ster game. D u ri n g the e n ti re season, Snow had to cal l time out o n l y twice for inj u r ies . That i s one record h e r o p p o n en ts can n ot m atch . Th e c itizen s in Ced a r City t h o ugh t the Badgers were Boy Scouts.

Driving toward the goal

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SNOW COLLEGE B A S K ETBALL S CHEDULE 1 9 3 0- 3 1 Practi ce Tilts D e c e m ber 1 7

S n o w 32

Decembe r 1 9

S no w. 42

Decem b e r 2 5

S n o w 47

January 2 J an u a r y 3

Snow 6 1 S n o w 48

.T a n ua r v 1 0 Feb r u a � y 1 8

S n ow 54 Snow 37

��asatch

Academy 2 0 Koos ha rem 2

at S n o w at Snow

M ag n a Leg i o n Post 1 9 Manti H ig h S c h o o l 1 3

at S n o w at S no w ·

Ute Rese r ves 6 7

at S n o w

M a n t i A l um n i 3 5 B . Y. U . Reserves 6 5

a t S n ow at S n o w

League Gan1. e s J a n u a ry 1 6

S n o w 43

Januarv 1 7

S n ow 54

Januar 23 J a n u a ry 24<

Snow 33

y

February 7 Feb r ua r y 8 Feb ru a ry 1 3 Feb ru a r y 1 4

Snow 4 1 Snow 42

B. A . C. 39 B. A. C. 40 D i xi e 35 D i xie 42 B . A.

C. 63

A. C . 3 3

Snow 37

B.

S n ow 4 1 S n ow 4 7

Dixie 4 3 D i x i e 39

a t Snow at S no w at D i xie at D ixie at B . A . C . at B. A. C. a t Snow at S n o w

Tournament Games Feb r u a ry 26

S n ow 75

Fe b ru a ry 27

S n o w 49

Feb r u a r y 2 7 Feb ru a rv 2 8 Feb r u a r r 2 8

S n o w 40 Snow 32

)

S n o w 30

A l b i o n 49

B . A . C . 57 Weber 47 B . A. C . 3 6 Web e r 39

F i n a l to u rn ame n t r a t i n g : fou rth p l ace

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at B . A . C .

at B . at B. at B . at B.

A . C: A. C. A. C. A. C.


K o T T E r. Fo rward

N I E LSON G u a rd Co-captain

You � c Fonraul

LU N D Center

T H E HO OPSTERS K o tter, :!\!Ion roe's p re mi e r ath J ete, is an a l l a ro u n d p e r f o r me r . He began p roving

his meta l by m a k i n g a n e n v i a h l e r e c o rd .

on

t h e foot b a l I sq u a d . He is adroit in tennis,

a va ried eve n t man in tra ck, and an a b l e pe r f o rm e r on the w axed floor. Kotter w as

S n ow ' s h.ig scoring punch at t h e t o u rn a m ent .

L u n d t h i s y ea r p l ay ed h is second season for Snow . I t is j us t natu ral f o r h i m to p l ay center. H e w e n t to Cedar City an d bega n ban gi n g t h i n gs u p . When the J u n i o r c o l l ege t o u rn ament w a s over, "Cow boy " h a d roped h i mse l f

e nce � ec o n d team .

ri g h t o nto

t h e a l l -co n fe r­

f r om We l 1 in gt on . He a l w ay s k n o w s w he re t h e b a l l is and m akes it w h e n h e h e g i n s to ri n g up t h e l o n g sh ots. F l oy d p l ayed regul ar forward t h i s year and w as in conti n u o u s dispute w i t h Watts form t h e B . A . C. fo r Yo u n g ha i l s

hot for t h e o p p o n e n t s

h i gh scori n g h o n o rs

.

g r ac e d U tah at h l et i cs .

F l o y d must he ad d e d to the l o ng l i st of You n gs w h o h ave

N ie l s o n w as e l e c t e d c o - c a p t a i n to assi s t C l i n ge r . He comes from the E p h raim

High Sch o o l , as a team-m ate o f L u n d . His rec o r d on the c o l l ege cou rt h as been bri l l iant. bot h l ast year a n d t h i s . H o w ea sil y " fi gh t " cou l d be s u b s t i t u ted for Fer r i ! ; for w l1 e re t he batt l e raged t h e h o ttest, t h e re he was !

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SLA U G H TER G uard

C LINGER

E LI A SO N Font'orrl

G u md Co,JtcU:n

T H O RDERSON G u ard

THE flO OPS TERS S l a u gh te r w as the l eader o f t h e b a n d of " d a rk h o rses" from H i n ck l e y who ga l l oped a w a y w j th the s tate c h a m p i o n sh i p in 1930. \Vith suc h a boost i nto the b asket b a l l rea lm, it vv'as o n l y correct for h im to come to S n o w . His a b i l ity is evidenced i n his h a ving cap tione d o n e team to a champ i o n s h i p and i n h is bei n g a member o f the S n o w team a t the tourn ament. Manti can boast of having contributed one of t h e best ath l etes who h a s ever w o rn the W hite and G o l d . C l i n ger i s

n o vv

i n his seco n d year o f j u nior c o l l ege com足

petition and i s the on l y man w h o now wears a l et ter for each o f th e th ree maj or s p o rts at Snow : footbal l , b asket b a l l , and track . C l i n ger captioned t h e 1 9 3 1 squad. l\1 anti m ade another contributio n , Chesley E l iason. He h a s a knack o f clean p l ay i ng and of b asketmak i n g . The m o re m e n th ere are g uardi n g h im, the better he l ikes it, for h e a l w ay s l eaves t h e i m p ressio n t h a t h i s opponents are p l a yi n g " Fo l l O\v Chesl ey," i n stead of "Gu a rding C h es l ey . " Bask et ba l l f a n s w i ll n o t s o o n forget t h e

w ay h e s l i p ped i n five m uch needed b askets i n t h e B . A . C. game.

Emery county i s rep resented i n T h o r d e rs on , an a l l - aroun d fell o w . He i s at home o n thP. gridiron, o n the w axed fl o o r, or when p u s h i n g a pen . Parl ey h ai l s from t h e H u n tington High a n d s h o w s t he exce l l en t hran d of s portsm a n s h i p practiced at t h a t

scho o l .

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D R A PER Forward

LA M B G u ard

Pm : L s E N G u ard Fo rward

PR A T T Cente1

TI-IE IIOOPSTERS D raper comes from "The H i l l to p Sch o o l " u p at M o ro n i . His acc u rate sh ooti n g w as a great facto r i n Moroni's w in ning the 1 930 Sanpete D i vision championshi p . H e w a s an o utstanding forward i n t h e division . T h i s same efficiency w a s e x h ib ited th i s year o n the Badger squad. S peaki ng o f accurac y , i t m u s t b e remembered h o w b e puts the one-h anded shots th rough the h oop from th e mid d l e of the floor. lamb i s a n Ephraim H igh ath l ete o f exce l l ent performance. Because of his per­ formance at Snow, he n ow h as a tw o-fo l d " re p . " Tal k n o w s h ow to guard and to fin d the hoop , He w as one of the l eadi n g scorers d u ri n g the entire season. Pou l sen is a Sevie rian, even to t h e c o l o r of h is hai r. He w as a performer of the S a l i n a High squ ad. This year he a l ternated as guard or forw ard, p l aying th,� position the team needed . I n rain or shine, Wal l ie a l w ays h as a p l easant smi 1 e a n d a cheery w o r d . Pratt i s a rep resen tative of the Hick l ey High, a l ong w i t h S l au ghter. He perfo rmed fi rst on th e gridiron fo r S n mv ; then as cen ter on the hoop squad. Pratt exhibits the brand of sportsmansh i p that ath l etics s hou l d sta n d for. He w i l l a l so rep resent Sno'"'' i n track this year.

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Champions and other frequenters of the courts

TENNIS Tennis is a very popular sport among both the men and the women at Snow. There is always plenty of competition for possession of the courts. In the single series, Chesley Eliason was declared champion. Ralph Blackham was second; Donald Peterson and Kirt Johnson were defeated in the semi-finals. Neal Peterson was singles champion last year but was unable to defend his title this year. The three outstand· ing men in the singles and the doubles of the school series will be chosen to repre· sent Snow at the junior college tournament some time in May. Last year Snow took second in the inter-mountain junior college tournament doubles. Neal Peterson, Chesley Eliason, and Glen Nielson were the representatives. An even better record is expected this year.

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THE 'fRACK S Q UAD Last spri n g, S n ow came �w ithin two poi nts of w inning the inter-mountain j unior col lege championship . Neal Peterson vau l ted the highest. Theron C l i nger w o n in the 1 00 yard dash and the 220 . Norman and Bogh a l so score d . The other members of the team were in the c lass o f '30. If the p ast p resages the futu re, the Badger tracksters w i l l win fi rst this season. Promising new timber i n c l u des Kotter, H a fen , Meyrick, P. J ohnson, K . J oh nson, R . J oha nsen, E. Peterson, P ratt, Th orderson, S l augh ter, and F . Young. Events to be e ntere d include rel ay, 880 yard and one mil e ; sprints, 1 00 ya rds, 220 yards ; the 20 yard and the 44,0 yard dashes ; and the half m i l e ; the hurdles, p o l e vault ; the high j um p ; the b road j ump ; shot put ; discus ; and j ave l in .

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Fifty-nine


WRIGHT

K N U DS E N

N IE LSON

B ED ELL

Jo H A NSEN

CooPER

PETERSON

Hu M P H R E Y

BREINH OLT

R I GBY

PoTTER

A N DERSON

BRAN C H

SNOWDRIFT S TAFF LEAH WRIGHT GEN EVIEVE K N UDSEr\ L A W R E N C E NIELSON DoROTHY BED E LL

LomsA PoTTE R RAY J o HA N S E N

B u E L A H CooPER

Editor Editor Bus. Manager Typist Typist Reporter Reporter Lucy A. P H I LLI PS

LY M AN P E TE R S O N

LAV E RN E H UMPH R EY VEOLA BREIN H O LT FAYE R IGBY D uAN E ANDERSON R uTH B R A N C H F E R N YouNG

Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Facu lty A dviser

Faculty A dviser

Snowdrift Staff - tale bearers, mon gers of news, butchers of style.

Page Sixty


MAD S E N pAULSEN

S TE WART WILLARDS O N

P E TERSON

OLSON

S TEWART

H ERMAN S E N

HANSEN

CLARK

BRAIT H WAITE

OTTOSEN D o Rms

CoLEMAN

HAN SEN K N uDsEN

EvERS H E D

SNOWONIAN S TAFF EARD L EY MADSEN L u c i L L E S TE WART ET H E L H ERMAN SON VAN N o Y S T E WART GERALD OTTOSEN T H E LMA Do Rms LAURA B RAITHWAITE O RVI LLE EvERSHED EuG E N E P E TE R SON

Editor A ssociate Editor A ssociate Editor Bus . Manager Bus. Manager Typist Soph. Reporter Fresh. R eporter A thletic Reporter F E RN YouNG

LOWELL H A N S E N LLO Y D WI LLARDSON LAR U E pAULSEN D o u G L A s C LARK LI L LIAN H AN S E N lVIE R L KNUDS EN DoROTHY OLSON LA V ETA CoLEMAN L u cY A . P H I LLIPS

Snaps Snaps A rtist A rtist A rtist A rtist A rtist A rtist Faculty A dviser

Faculty Adivser

Snot{,'Onian Staff - the group that had no worries and made no 1nistakes.

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OLDROYD

AND ERSON

MADSEN

JENSON

H l LL

C H R l STl A N S E N

V. JoHANSEN

B R ! E N H OLT

KNUDSEN

E . M A D SE N

THOMSON

A . Yo u N G

L A RSEN

RAW LI N SON

WRI G H T

HON OR \VINN ERS I L EN E O LD RO Y D V o cal

C H E S T E R H I LL Piano

Z o E J E N SON D ram atics

DUANE ANDERSON

H EL E N

MADSEN

L EA H W R l G H T

D ram atics

So cial Service

Social Se rtice

A R D E S CH RISTIANSEN

VERNON J o H A N S E N

VEOLA B R I E N H OLT

Sch olars h i p

Wind Instru m en t

Sch olars h i p

EARDLEY MADSEN

GENIEVE KNU DS E N

MAURINE T H OMSON

Sch olars h i p

ALLEN YouNG Extem pore S peech

Social Service

Lo UISE LARSEN Sch ola rship

D ra m atics

L Y N E TT E R AWLINSON Social Service

ProficienCJ b rings its own reward and demands reco g nition.

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Features Interruptions to or rewards resulting from the tedium of study


FEATURES Deviations from the routine of class work are more or l ess the p u nctu ation marks o f co l lege l i fe, standing out in memory against the background of the days . P rominent among those o f 1 930- 3 1 was Snuw Senio r Day, which was more than an annua l affair. It was a day of thanksgiving for the assurance o f the continuation of Snow. The day wil l a lways be associate d w ith House Bil l 1 0 1 , with gal a crowds, with dancing, and w ith songs Other punctuations were Founder's Day, marked w ith a gay parade, spirite d music, and happy reunio n ; the annual Map l e Canyon hike, accentuated with l o fty peaks, m o o n light, bonfire gatherings, and weinie roasts ; and "S" Day w ith its cl imbing, its whitewashing, and its feasting. The col lege p romenade cal led for its hearing in th e l ist o f interrup­ tio n�. Hearts were trumps. Col o rfu l go wns, gaiety, and rhythm domin­ ated . A s a fin a l e to the state l y p romenade, the variegated S contrasted p l easingI y with the somber C. Days and dances are not the o n l y causes for interruption s in curn­ cu l a r routine. Another pause came when the student body and faculty forma l l y honored the popular students, the representative students, the valedictorian, and the efficiency student. The ceremony w as a feature of the annual "Snowonian" bal l , wherein the honored o nes were fi rst heral ded a n d then p resented w ith A owers.

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of the Day (Roger Armstrong)

First Teacher) Soph Float

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"S" DAY ' S ome did carry, some di d s l op, and some did s p i l l whitewash on the gian t S on the h i l l side. Oth ers did rake o r did set pipe sp rays on the campus. Some of the l adies did spread f'lan d wiches o r otherwise p re p a re other fo ods. A l l did eat copiousl y . Such were t h e activities o f " S " D ay th i s yea r. The student b o d y president a n d the activity agent did direct. There was great excitement ; every b o d y ¡was there . The fac u l ty members wore hiking su its not unlike those sported by the stu dents, except that they lacked the " l aboristic" decoratio n s . ( Maybe the teachers knO\,v how to take care o f their c l othes. ) A fter the sun shine dried the wh itewash , the b i g l etter surely l o oked clean and everybody was proud o f it. The afternoon was s pent i n sauntering and in view ing the beauties o f spri n g and other things. That n ight everybody d a nced.

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R em inde r s

of Ma p le Can y on Hike

THE HIKE The stu d en ts and facu l ty members e n j o ye d the a n n ua l fro l i c w i t h N a t u re at M apl e Can y on . The m o o nl i gh t , the u ni q ue s cen e ry , a n d t h e p i ctu re s qu e pots fou n d th ere

made an

i d eal setting for th e p i c n i c . A fter h ik in g up B o x Can y o n , the c ro w d a�sem h l ed o n M a p l e F l a t a n d p a rtici­ p a te d in a w e i n n e r r o a s t . Tv\' O l a rge b o n fi res f o rm ed t h e center p i e ce ; the me n u c o n ­ sisted o f w ei n n e r s , bu ns, m a rs h m a ll ow s , a n d a p p l e . T h e b a n q uet h a l l w as l i gh ted and heated by the b o n fires . Entertai nment was f u r n i s hed by M o rris B u n ne l l , w h o d ra m atica l l y p a i n te d a p i c tu re o f a n egro parson bei n g c h ased b y a bea r ; b y E ar d l ey M a ds en w h o to asted the wei n n e r, or w ei n ne rs. he h ad c o n s u m e d ; an d b y L o we l l R amen a n d A l fre d La rse n w ho ·w h i s t l e d some fav o r i te m e l o d i e s . \Vhen t h e fi res b u rned l ow , t h e hikers t o asted m a rsh m a l l ow s i n the c o a l s a n d san g s o n g s . Later t h e merrymakers d epa rt e d i n t h e co l l ege b u sses . O n l y a few sc o ut s rem a i n e d to pro ve t he i r a bi l ity as w o o d sm en by scatteri n g the bu rn i n g l o gs, t h u s destroying p robab l e m isch ief m akers.

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THE PROM CROWD Annual Snow College Prom, Held February Sixth

THE COMMITTEE

LAWRENCE NIELSEN LEAH WRIGHT HELEN A. NELSON GEORGE ANDERSON

General Chairman Prom Lady Faculty Adviser Advertising Manager Lillian Hansen

Ralph Blackham Dee Madsen

Merl Knudsen

Dorothy Bedell

Twyla Bagnall Clara Bagnall

"On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined! No sleep till mom, when youth and pleasure meet, To chase the glowing hours with flying feet."

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LE A H

L A W R E N C E N I E LSON Prom Ch ainn a n

WRI G H T Prom Lady

T HE PROM The p rom fo r 1 93 1 was t h e o u tsta n d i n g s oci a l act i v i t y of the year. The remark a h l e s uccess o f t h e Pve n t w a s d u e l a r g e l y t o t he efficient s u pervi s i o n o f the p rom c h a i rm a n , t h e p r o m l ad y, t h e facu l ty a d viser, a n d t h e o ther m embers o f t h e p r o m comm i t tee . Hearts reig n ed at D rea m l an d H a l l . Fou r l a r ge ones, l i nked by a b r i l l ia n t l y l i ghted o ne, f ormed the focusin g point o f the deco ration scheme. From th em, radi ated c o l or­ fu l streamers. A l a rge s i l ve r - t r i m m e d h eart a t each end o f t h e h a l l c om p l eted t h e

p lea �ing

effec t.

A state l y p romena de, l ed b y the prom c h a i rm a n a n d the p rom l ady, w as t h e s pectac­

u l a r fea t u re of t he even i n g . A fter com p l etel y e n c i rc l i n g t h e h a l l , the women p rocee d e d t o fo rm a c o l o rfu l

S i n the west e n d

o f t h e h a ll ; a n d t h e m e n , a s o mber C i n t he east

end. Late r t h e m a rchers j o i n e d t h e i r p a rt n ers t o f o rm a six tee n-abreast group i n t h e �enter o f t h e h a l l . T h e c l i m a x w as e ffected w he n t he e n t i re gro u p sto o d atte n t i o n a n d .:; a n g "Oh, Co l l ege ."

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Popular Lady C l ass Val edictorian

Pa�e Se,centy-one


H E LEN MADSEN

R e p resentative Lady

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THE "S" " U p t h e t r a i l the em b le m, "S" is shin ing, S h in ing ' neath the clear blue sky."

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The Gang Promoter of causes p rovoker of m i rth welder of fri endship


THE O RGANIZATIONS Snow C o l l ege c l ubs are of three general c l asses : honor, d istrict, and departmental . A l l of these o rganizations are wide awake, each h aving s peci fi c aims and a l l working toward the general ends of fostering the interests of their members and of spon sor­ ing the wel fare of the C o l lege . The "S�' C l ub is the official honor organization of the sch o o l . Its membership con­ sists o f students who h ave earne d the official l etter b y participation in the extra­ curricul a r activities, l arge l y athl etics and debate . Each member i s i nitiated into the c l ub by t he "paddle method." The district cl ubs i n c l ude the Sevierians and the Castle Val l e y gangs . The Sevier­ ians were o rganized in 1 924 ; the Castle Val l ey , i n 1 925 under the n ame of Emeron­ ians. The membership of these c l ub s consists of students and teachers from the sec­ tion of the country designated b y the c l ub name. Both organizations are active in sch o o l affairs ; the Castle Val l ey a l so has a social gathering each month . The Scribblers, Sigma Del t s, Parsons, and Tennis C l ub con stitute the departmen t a l group . T h e S c ribblers w a s organized five years a g o for t h e p u rpose of fostering creative writing. I ts members foster a short story contest and contribute regu l a rl y to the p u b l ications, either as special reporters o r as regul a r staff members . The Sigma Delts was o rganized four years ago for the purpose of fosterin g interest in dramatics . It has since done m uch toward securing the p resent equipment on the Auditorium

stage . The P arsons is the youngest club on the campus. Its membership incl u des stu dents and facul t y members who have performed m issions for the L . D . S. Church. It aims to keep a l ive the missionary spirit and to be ready at the cal l of the various ward officers in the col l ege district.

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A l l of the cl ubs work with the student body organization in the i nterest of the general ac tivities of the scho o l . They made possibl e the Snowonian pep program . The S igma Delts won the l aure l s of the day. C l ub s at S n o w C o l l ege are s ynonymous with democratic fel l owship, since a l l members are chosen on a c redential basis and since a ll the organizations h ave special ized fi elds in which to function.

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" S " CLUB Cl i n ger

M . B un nel

Cowley

C. Peterson

R. J ohansen

Hafe n

Eliason

Christensen

Lun d

Johnson

Draper

E . Peterson

R. Thomson

F. Young

\V al!

Rasmussen

G. Thomson

V. Johansen

F. N i elson

Stewart

An derson

Britsch

Ca ffal! Evershed

Kotter

N orman

Slau gh t er

A . Young

T h o r d e rson

Prat t

M eyrick

Poulsen E . P e t erson

Dav ies

B a rt o n

Lamb

Mellor

K . Peterson

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S IG�IA DELTA CHI CLUB Kn u d s e n Pet erson S t ew a rt

N elson

A rm st r o n g P a u l se n

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Peterson Cowley

J e nsen O t t o!"en

Caffa ll Reid Cox B l a c k h am

R a s m u ssen Cl a rk Olson Pete r�o n

R i gby

A n d erson

B ri t sch

K n u dsen

M atson Fowles Y e rge n ;;: p n A n d erson

M . Sorenso n

Bench Mellor

M . B mmel W. Wall J en se n St e w ar t S w en sen

L a rson Lowrey H en r i e

Z. J en sen C l i n ger

E . S o r f'n s o n


S CRIBBLER CLUB H u m p h re y W r i gh t F. Youn g Rawl i n son C. A . Wall Bo o h H. Snell C h ristensen Ol on Cooper R a smussen J en n ings J o h an sen S h aw O gd e n Rawl i n s o n Th orderson Ell i s Peterso n You n g L a M a r Larson V. Davies A n derson

;

Hansen Modeen Hermanson C h ri s t e n so n Olson IVI a d sen Hunt

Thomson Peterson Hanson

Eversh ed Bedell

Madsen C ra b b Phil lips Breinholt P e t e rson Larson

Shelley A. Larso n Aud rey Larsen

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S E VI ERIA N CLUB Dalton

Caffa l l

Sm i t h

M . Webster

Yerge n se n

Kotter

Cowl ey

A n derson

B o s ďż˝ h a rdt

V. Ogden

McDo n a l J

Hunt

S h aw

Her b e r t

P. Webster

Peterson

Pou l s o n

Coll i ngs

] . Pe t e rs o n

.J o h nson

C h r i s te n s e n

S . Ogd en

Bre i n holt

Cooper

The

Sevierian C l u b c o n ta i n s ath l etes, m u s1 c1 a n s , s cribes, deb aters, a n d students

o u t s t a n d i n g in s c h o l arship a n d d ramatics.

Its

membe rs h ave been active i n cl ass,

c l u b , a n d stu den t body fu n ctio n s . The " Witch S cene" was one o f the best n umbers in

the

S n o w o nian p e p program ; t h e k itchen ette b a n d w as u n i que : "Big Business" a

c u re for gro uchiness . A fter the p reside n t, Kennet h D a l t o n , discontinue d sch oo l , the c l u b f u n ctions w e re l ea d by Nel l Caffa l l a n d associate officers. The membersh i p of the c l ub is open to a l l t he s t u d e n ts s o u t h o f San pete C o u n t y .

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CASTLE VALLEY CLUB I. Y o u n g �r. Gra n ge

l . G range

E . Nelson

J e n s en

D . N elson

W il li a m s

F. You n g

Dixon President B ra n ch

F . Young

L. Nelson

Thorderson

Bunderson

H u m p h re y

A . Young

Potter

" An d th e Light Went Out." But before it did, A l l en revealed h is big heart ; Parley dem onstrated his abil ity to "slip in " an d "tear his hair" ; the " days flew by" ; Naomi "turn e d a litt l e p a le" ; LaRene did her "punch work " ; -·"and the a udience roared . The Castle Val l ey C l ub i s a lvvays acti ve. It h o l d s a month l y social ; its members take p a rt i n extra-curricu l ar ac tivities an d m aintain a high sch o l astic rating.

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PA R S ONS CLUB Paul Parks Presiden t

M. Lun d J ensen S ec'y- Treas.

L. R e i d

S n ell

R . Th omson Chri s t e n sen

J o rgen son

Vice-Pres.

G . N i elson

H. N e l so n

F i el dsted

K n u dsen

M. B u nnel

G. T h o m 8 o n V. Davies

The au d itorium sta g e w as a street c o r n e r in L o n d o n ; and th e Parson s were con足

ducting a street meeting. They san g, preached,

a rg u e d ,

and dodged onions. Paul

Park, as chairm a n , c o n d u cted the meeting a n d refuted the conten tiom o f the oppon足 e n ts , V e rn o n Davies and R a l p h Thoms o n . G l en N ie l so n , Madora Lund, Rich a r d J o rgen 足 son , Gran t Peterson , Morris B u n ne l , a n d L u c i a n Reid were the p ri n c i p a l speakers . Grant T h omson w a s t h e n evv l y arri ved m i s s i o n a r y w h o m a g n ifi ed h is o w n i m p ortance. The mee ting w as n ovel and h ig h l y i n structive . T h e Pars o n s h ave repeate d l y responded to tl1 e c a l l s o f the v a r io u s ward bishops.

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AMICA CLUB L U CILLE S T E WAR'l'

President

V EOLA BmEN H O LT

Reporter

NELLIE G REAV E S

Cheer Mistress

TwYLA BAGNALL

Treasurer

LomsA PoTTER

A ctivity A gent

The m e m b e rship o f the A rnica C l ub i n c l u de s a l l the w om e n o f the co l 足 l ege.

The a ctivities i nc l u de a get-acquai nte d l un ch eo n , j am b oree, co-e di

day a n d m o n th l y meetings.

At the m eetings, speakers a n d the c l ub mem足

bers h ave d iscussed p r o b l ems o f i nterest, acco r d i n g to

a

p rogram p repare d

b y the offi cers. Sch o o l patrons a n d the me n o f the c o l l ege were guests o n Co-ed Day.

"The best f riend u,'e can have is the one who inspires 11,s with our own hands to open the rocks and fi nd the treasures for ourselves."

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"When does the train arrive?"

Victors and the vanquished

Name it

A hard case and two soft ones B-lo-nee

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Wild romancers Sevierian witches


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THE C O MMENTOR A Reliable Record of the Opinions of People W:ho Know Published w henever there is an audience Place of publication : Wherever there is an audience OUT OF THE D UST When I was young, we n ever thought of doing a thing l ike that. Do you th i n k we ever though t o f j um p i n ' into a "flivver" in the scan d a l o u s way young folks do nowaday s . N either did we go to s u c h shameful p l aces as p ictu re shows and bal l games. When w e went out for a good time, we always went in the old b uggy. 'Course we didn't go so fer but it took u s l onger to git there. Then to think of the terri b l e way the young fol k s dance ! I 've w atched 'em a l ot and it certain l y hurts m y eyes . There's nothin' in the way they dance to remind me of the f!Ood o l d D anish Tucker where w e j igged around 'ti l l we wuz all tuckered out. Oh, it makes me sick to thi nk of it ! -Al l this goin ' and comin', picture shows, a utomobiles, gum, the shameful way they tal k , the disre spect for their e l ders, the night hawkin', the brazen spoonin' and the arnemental l earn i n ' . Yes, a l l they go to col l ege f e r nowadays i s to stew up some new fangled fun n y stuff t o publ ish somewhere.

-Post Mortem. ACCURACY WANTED Those folks are sure dumb ; they didn't even know how to spe l l my name. 'Course I do spel l it that way auite a l ot around here for j ust every day af­ fairs, l ike o n registration cards and in hooks. B ut for a year book, it at l east ought to be spel led correct there. M y l aws ! It makes me s ick to see it s ittin ' mispe l l ed permanent l y .

-1. Bray.

"I never saw such grammar in a book before . '' "Seems to me the editors cou l d have tried to get one new i de a . " " I won der w h y this b o o k costs so much."

--Tite Wod.

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OUT OF THE ATTIC I don't see why there has to he so much space devoted to athl etics ; it is j ust one of the phases of col lege activity. W hy don't they m ake j ust as much fuss about debating, dramatics, oratory and things that hel p to b u i l d u p the inte l ­ l ectual side of some of those n it w its ins tead of makin g such a bal l y-hoo over a few sel ected individuals who are prob­ ab l y i n the "pink of condition " before ever they are chosen to "represent" th e school . And then peop l e are foo l s enough to pay a fancy p rice in U n c l e Sam's l e g a l tender to sit ( or stand as the case mav be ) and to watch them " p l a y around l i ke two kittens with a b a l l of y a rn . W h y , it j ust makes m y b l o o d boil when I think of t h e waste of time and money represented by that secti on of the book when th e y coul d be in some l ib rary reading Emerson 's "American Schol ar" or "The I nferno" o r "Paradise Lost . "

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CONFI DENTIAL COMMEN TS ( Not i ntended for the ears of th e criti­ cized ) W h y didn't they put more pictures in the book ? I can get enough reading in one day ' s p reparation to suit me, with ­ out reading a year hook ful l o f things I a l ready know. And when I want to read someth i n g fun n y I know a good b rand of j oke hooks I can b u y .

-A . Change.

OVERTONES " I can't get a l augh out of this humor." "They had no business p utting thai snap in there." " I don't see why they had to put me bv the side of him." " "That p icture of me I S downright rotte n . "

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I N APPRECIATION As the cl ose of t his annua l app roaches,

we

pa use a moment and pen a l ine of

p raise to those l earned i n divid u a l s who have from t heir experiences guided us and their associates ove r l u ring, d a n gerous pitfa 1l s . They it i s w h o guide a l l workers in worthy u n dertakings . A l th ough this is our first formal recog n ition of these necessary i n divi d ua l s, w e have th ough t of them before. In fact, a l l during the p reparation of the Snowonian, their possib l e comments have been in the foregroun d of our m i n d s . Therefore, at t h e acme of our efforts, w e ho nor them, a n d b y recognition, part l y rel ieve ourselves of what w e o we them. Perchance thi s humble v o l u me w i l l not be h onore d by their scrutin y ; perchance the staff w i l l be deprived of the benefi ts of their j udgment. However, th i s section o f the 1 930-3 1 Snowonian is o ffered as a h u mb l e recognition of those peo p l e who use hammers i nstead of horn s ; who m ake the worl d m e l odious and safe b y harp i n g constantl y on one string w h a t sho u l d n 't be done. To you, th e C ritics, th e cl osing section of this annual i s hearti l y ded icated.

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REMEMBERED BUT NOT " S HO T" G l en Kenner

Manti, Utah

Ruth N ie l sen

Ephraim, Utah Arts and Science

Donald Peterson

Ephraim, Utah

Dee Madsen

Eph raim, Utah

Etta Peterson

Mt. Pleasant, Uta:h Education

Alma Edwards

Sterling, Utah

Roy Nielson

· Ephraim, Utah

Drews Anderson Ephraim, Utah

Phy l l i s Ol sen

Price, Utah

I nez D. Adam�

Eph raim , Utah Education

Harris B i erregaard

Ephraim, Utah

Donald Pou l sen

Ephraim, Utah

Spencer Gardner

Manti, Utah Arts and Science

Jack Bailey

St erling, Ut�h

Ol ive Wil son

Ephraim, Utah

Earl Peterson

Ephraim, Utah

"Of a l l the nerve ! I t's my business if I don't w ant my picture

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The Faithful Friend to All Salt Mine Visitors

THAT REMINDS ME Se'pt. 8-Dear Diary: Today after much bewilderment and with much help from the Faculty, I finally selected a course. In the meantime I took a look at the students. How shall I ever get acquainted with all of them? Some of the faculty members look wise and others appear otherwise. Sept. 9-AII aboard today. I saw the prospective gridiron warriors rush for foot足 hall suits and gym lockers. Clao:ses began today. Ralph Britsch, the student body president, and President Knudsen welcomed us with "banner year" speeches. Sept. 12-0h, we had an "ice-breaker" in the gym today. I don't know any more students now than before because I got everyone mixed up. Sept. 22-0ffice seekers are busy. Elections are to be held this week for student body, class, and club officers. Sept. 25-W e ve all been scattered around in Maple Canyon today. No one was lost, for we all found bonfires and refreshments. Oct. 8-The geology class studies 揃the Salt Mines at Redmond. Evhraim was pa足 trolled by N. S. student!:> awaiting the return of the bus. Oct.17-We just returned from U. E. A. holidays. I'm all tired out from cele足 brating; now I'll rest. Yes, Diary, O'Rel Hawkins "flew the coop" with Seymoure '

Mikkelson.

Nephi was their destination; marriage their consummation.

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THAT REMINDS ME Nov. 7-Last night the students woke up the town; the flaming S on the hillside thrilled me. W.e are celebrating Founders' Day. The Sophs won the class honors; Snow won from Westminster, tonight we dance. Nov.l9-Newe1 K. Young talked. He humanized Jesus and made him live.

Nov. 2Z-Big day today. Kenn, Mable, and Edythe won places in the Grant con­ test. Tonight "A Full House" will be played by the dramatic upstarts of the school; "An interesting time is assured." Dec. 4-- Thanksgiving over; back in the grind again. Today the student body dubbed Neal and Helen as Snow's representative students. Oh, yes, the photographers

are on the job for the yearbook and the staff has posted "reminders" everywhere. Dec.l3-The clubs are all active. The Arnicas dined last Friday. The Sigma Delts had a cootie party-inanimate cooties by very live players. Ruth Branch entertained the Castle Valley Club. Why doesn't the Scribbler Club do something? Dec. 20-Happy days are here again! Tomorrow I'm going home. Today Santa Claus appeared and gave us all presents, faculty included. Last night we sang in Fjelsted's community concert and later danced in Dreamland. }an. 11-Lots of programs lately. Mr. Gurney gave us a "sugar" talk; Grant Thomson a "Germany" talk; Ralph Thomson a "French" one; and the Arnicas an

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How Some Folks Do Like to Pose THAT REMINDS ME e ti q uette o n e . Ethel and Ral p h scored highest i n the p o p u l arity race which e nded yesterdav. Th ey and the repre se ntative students were featured in the annual Snow­ on ian b a l l . Thev each received some flow ers . Fe b . 7---I k � ow you've bee n neglected, Diary ; but I 've been a b u s y kid. " C harm" the a n n u a l competitive p l ay took a l ot o f time ; so did th e formal and i nformal e ssays . W e vis ited the sugar factory a t Gun n i son . Castle Val l ey staged "The Lamp W e n t Out" and the Sevierians p resented "Big Busi ness." I ' m sti l l l aughing about them-an d that takes time. Myron and V i o l a b eat me in t he essay contests but I'm goi n g to dance my defeat off at the p rom tonight iNhere " He arts" w i l l reign s u p reme. Fe b . 1 1-J . S . C h ri stense n l ectured today o n how girl s shoul d i nvest their money. S uch a tal k i s w orse than uselesE> to me at p resent ; but I ' m p utt i n g the notes away i n moth ba l l s . Fe b . 20-Lo uise a n d A l fred w o n th e K nu d sen Humorous Reading l aurels. De­ bates are bei n g featured con stantl y these day s . Dan stol e a w ay and married l ast week . March l l -The n ew quarter has begun-so has the " l ove" game a n d track . To day the N . S. students were l ate because they stopped to c hase dee r in Pige o n H o l l ow . March 1 8-Rej oice, D iary ! S n o w h as become a state i nstitutio n . Nl a rch 20-W e e n j o y e d o ne riot after another this week . The Frosh have cele­ brate d w ith a l l kinds of costumes, banners, k a l somine, a nd banters towards the

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THAT REMINDS ME S o ph s . The hatchet w as bu ried today ; on l y the memory of the good times a n d the k a l somine m arks remai n . March 23--Last n ight I atte n d e d the t h i rd o f Mr. Fj e l sted's recital s this year. As usua l , i t was goo d . A l l en w o n the extemp ore con test today. Kenn and E u gene were his competitors. Ma rch 26-l'm better informed about Ru � s i a today, D i ary . D r. Marti n gave two l ectu res o n that country. A pril l l-lt's bee n a great day. Visiting Seniors, l egisl ato rs and many others were with us todav. We a l l cel e brated H ouse B il l 1 0 1 and ate sandw i ches on the campus. The day � as l on g p l an n ed--we even c1 eaned-up for it. May 1 - A ll the c l ubs are h avi n g p arties again . Th e mighty S i s w h iter tonight. The Sophs entertained l a�t w eek . May- 9--Co-ed Day is ove r . The gi r l s can sur e l y entertain w ith pageant, l u nch , sports a n d dance. It has been fun to \vatch some of the fel l ow s h i n t for dates. M a y 29-lt 's a l l over, D iar�r- -Exams, graduation ex ercises, and good-byes. I can 't hel p feel i n g a bit b l ue, for it has been a w o nderful year.

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AT THE END OF THE R A I NBOW ( A Parable ) One beautifu l spring day, Friendship went on a j ourney ; for- a companion hE' took Affection . Before they were wel l u nder way, Affection turned into Love. Friendship and Love p roved to be i deal travel ing companions and continu ed the p i l g rimage together. Soon they were overtaken b y Marriage who j oined them on their ques t. At noon Happiness, an­ other travel e r, a sked to l unch w ith them . She tarried l ong enough to eat a hearty m e a l and then departed. Before many m i les w e r e traversed, D isagreement j oined t h e m . At m id-aftern oon the cl ouds began to gather and another trav­ e ler overtook them . I t was Q uarre l ; un­ i nvited h e j oined their company. The fou r h urried on as a storm was then raging. Far ahead beyond the range of the storm, which d iscomfite d them,

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SO IT HAPPENED On ce upon a time, away back i n 193 1 , there were five Junior C o l l eges having a s p l endid time teaching the young people of that day and age . They were at a l l times trying to graduate the best schoo l teachers, home m akers, l awyers, pre-en gineers, and business men . They were a l so tryin g to p roduce better footb a l l , basketb a l l , and track an d fi e l d teams. One d ay i n their work and p l ay they ·were interrupted by Mr. L . D. S. Church, the father of Snow, Dixie, and Weber . "My sons," he said, " I sha l l not be abl e to support you three after 1932 ." This w a � a great b l ow to S now and was fel t by a l l h i s fam i l y an d associates. Snow, the fi rst of the brothers to recove r from the b l ow , did n ot w an t to dwindl e out of existence . He said , "This is a m atter of l i fe or death , so I must fi ght." "Why not seek a i d from Mr. S tate ? " queried a booster of Snow. Now M r. State's business affairs were managed b y three imp ortant trustees, Mr. H ouse of Repre s entatives, Mr. Senate, and Mr. Governo r, and conse quent l y they had to be cons u l ted. A bil l asking Mr. State for aid was made and p re sented to Mr. House of Representatives a n d Mr. Senate b y Mr. Booster. After much discussion and changing, the b i l l gained the sanction of Mr. H ouse of Representatives and Mr. Senate. The fate of Snow w a s then He was either occupied with oth e r matters m the hands of rel uctant Mr. Gove rnor. or e l s e not aware of the anxiety of Snow and Mr. Booster, for h e apparent l y i gn ored the measure . But Mr. Booster w as very persistent. By telephone an d tel egraph mes­ sages and constant visits he rem inded Mr. Governor that it was decidedly to Mr . State' s interest that the b i l l , providing for the maintenance of Snow, b e signed. After ten l ong days Mr. Governo r fi na l l y p l aced his signature on the dotted l ine, and as a resul t Snow was given an al l owance that made possibl e the continuation of his s p l en di d and u seful career.

Chesley N.

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A DMINIS TRATION HINTS Long hours of s tu dy , many inspiring books, unin terrupted c l asses, no dances, no ath l etics, no debates, no dramatics, no l oafing, n o visiting, no non sense-al l careful l y proportione d t o characterize every d a y in t h e year w i l l produce a perfe ct school-for hookw o rms an d nervous professors-

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rassment and rather l imite d observati on, am p roceeding to record m y impressions and conceptions of the l ater adol escense of t he mal e genus . Like a l l other phen omena, we observe a great many variations in this species of the human race. For instance, in a ssociation w ith their own sex, they may be profoundl y solemn , exceptional l y studious, b l atantl y opinionated, o r con­ spicuousl y boastful . A l so in association with their own sex, they may be rather care less as to their personal make - u p . A shine may appear on the toes of the i r shoes or m a y be omitted entire l y . The trouser crease wil l p robab l y be conspic­ uous by its absence . Shirt may be c o l ­ l a r o r col l arless, col orfu l , or c o l orless. A l so l ack of punctiliousness in regard to tonsorial requisite may be evident. But with the opposibe sex-Oh my­ what a diversity. How l ovel y, how kind, how m i l d, how affab l e . How very ob­ serving and compl imentary. How sweet to meet, how l oathe to part. Peaches and cream, moonl ight and roses . Yet, I admit . I cannot help but ad­ mire "their attitude," towards-spiders, mice , snakes, uphi l l hikes, da rkness and burgl a rs . I m u st acknowledge their bravery, chiva l ry and courage so often displ ayed in the face of apparent l y i n ­ surmountable ob j ects . However, for personal consideration, I must not permit myse lf to fo l l ow this

topic further, a s m ight there not be dan­ ger of one becomin g u n d u l y interested in this subj ect ?

F. Jennings.

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WHAT'S IN A NAME ? A J o l l ey Coleman traveled Strate to Ogden to visit a pretty Young Gardne r. The Gardner's garden was situated on a H i l l and was enc l osed by a Wal l . By the gate in the Wal l stood a Littl e Bench which w a s Al l red. Some Fowles and a Lamb were fee din g around the Wal l . The Coleman cou l d not fi n d the Gardner but upon the gate was p osted a n otice which he stopped to Reid. This gave no i dea as to the Gardner's whereabouts so the C o l eman began to Hunt for her. He went to a Potter but did not fi n d her . He visited a S l aughter yard ; she was n ot there. He aske d a Stewa rt who tol d him to look in the Park but the Stew art's i dea was not Wright. Under Evershed he l ooked he found a Kj ar. At l a st he consu l ted Webster ; even he was si lent. The Coleman swal l owed his Adam's app l e twice and his Braithwaite was great. The C ole足 man decided not to give up but he appears as i f he Greaves over the Gardner until th e Frost came. When he K otter, she was sitting on the Ben ch eating a Bl ack-ham . "Shaw," he excl aimed.

REASONS FOR NON-PREPARATION "You are t o read over p ages 1 6-20 f o r the next time . " B a l m y days--and the group instinct. The abundance of inte resting th ings to see and do. There is al ways p l enty of parking space on Loafe r S quare. Tomorrow is comin g ; I can study then.

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OPTIMIS TIC S PECULATIONS ( Care fu l l y sel ecte d ) "I wonder if the celestial stairway is made of g o l d, or if it is o n l y p l ated." " A h ammer som etimes m isses its mark, but a bouquet neve r." "Friday, says the cynic, is universa l l y considered an un l ucky day to get marrie d . Other unfavorab l e days, h e adds, are Wednesday, Monday, S aturday, Tuesday, Thurs足 day, and Sunday." "The human anatomy is a wonderful mechanism. Pat a man on the back and you ' l l make his hea d swe l l." "Some peopl e are so p rogressive that they don 't wait for April first to m ake fool s o f themselves." " I 've given up the i dea of getting an e ducation until after th is degree work is off."

GRAMMATIC ART ( Rare gems-rarel y comp i l ed ) Ap p l ying for a j ob : "I don't suppose that you don't know of nobody who don't want to hire nobody to do nothing, don't you ? " " I simpl y ean't get m y students t o d o oral talking." "After having chewed his gum an h our, he set it down to eat." A strange announcement to be heard i n a col l ege fi l le d with inte l lectua l s : "Wi l l a l l normal students kindly take notice o f m y announcement ? " "Be sure t o check i n your s l ips before you pass out. " "Our regul a r Tuesday c l ass w il l meet on Thursday instead of Friday this week."

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B ELIEVE IT OR NOT Once at Snow Col l ege there were two studen ts, John a n d Tom . The former was am­ bitious ; whi le the l atter was l azy. These students took English and other subj ects together . One d ay the English teacher assigned a l o ng and difficult theme as the next day's assignment. J o h n immedia te l y busied him se l f w ith gathering material for the theme ; Tom sauntered out for a game of ten nis. Joh n decl ined going, sa y i ng that he would be p l aying tomorrow wh i l e Tom was working . Thus J ohn assemb led materia l and p repared his theme ; Tom was h aving a good time. To J ohn's sorrow, the next m orning the teacher ann ounced h e h ad chan ge d the assignment because it was so un reaso n ab le. John 's day o f work h ad n ot put h i m ahea d o f Tom-it was time waste d . Tom by p rocrastination had not onl y enj oyed h i m self, but also had saved himse l f some work. He had l earned to postpone always u n t i l tomorrow wh a t can be done today.

-A llen

Y.

POPULAR COMMENTS "Can I get Cowl es, Gates, W oolbert, o r some other of them books ? " " I d i dn't quite get this theme copied . Can I hand i t i n a t the end o f the next period ? " "Are the Mush b rothers in ? " ( Germ an,e and Germane . ) "Has the bel l rung ? "

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FEATURING CLYDE "The more the merrier," C l yde's favorite phrase , seems to h ave been discarded since Freshman Week. Cl yde courageousl y aspire d to l ead h i s team to an overwhelm ing victory in the flag race b etween the Frosh and the Sophs. H is aspi ration was displ aced by desper­ ation, an d the resu l t was one of the b l ackest "shiners" yet exhibited in the college hal l s this year. C l yde maintains that an examp l e of "l ocal color" isn't at all out o f p l ace in his literature c lass ; neither, h e believes, is everyone b l essed with th e abil ity to see the bright and the dark side of l ife at one gl ance.

-Parley T.

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EPHRAIM LION' S CLUB Frien d of Snow Col lege and Booster of a l l l ocal i ndustries

Lionis1n Stands for Better citizens and better cities ! A good fte l d for your best effo rts ! Helping the thing that shoul d be hel pe d ! Fighting the thing that shou l d be fought ! Coope ra tion that wil l win, even against odds ! Good fel l owship and l oyalty of the commu nity ! Coordination of your efforts with a mighty army of mighty men !

YE PROFS B Y CONTRA S T P rofessor Win d is constantly forcing stu dents t o come p repared because of threats, scol dings, an d remark s that humil iate their target. But the more Professor Wind uses these methods, the more resentful the students become and the less they come pre­ pared . On the other hand, Professor S u n is al ways gentle and radiates a cheerful mood that stim u lates . He is always ready to give a hearty greeting, a word of e ncourage­ ment, o r some needed hel p . He makes assignments which chal lenge the students to come p repare d ; as the resul t the stu dents are p repared to the best of their abil ity . --Mabel S .

S N O W LINES Th ere i s a law against hanging a man twice. Why not a l aw against repeated gas attacks from the chemistry room ? Al ong about noon, the cafeteria advertises everyday. Ster's Rhythm Boys effective l y reach the soles. Wh en in doubt, fi lter . I f y o u can't get wh at y o u want, w an t what y o u can get. This makes f o r happiness always--when applied to grade s . S o m e people believe Web ster is an authority. School is a riot, not routine-witness any student's dai l y p rogram. Anyone gets o l d if he l ives for it.

-A . Ruben.

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i-\lVI ENDE The habits of col l ege days are part of us to use as we wi l l ; many of its experiences are too soon but dreams that dim with the eve r l apsing years . This a n n u a l i s p resented a s custodian t o l oose the floodgates of memory, to perpetuate a l l the cherishe d memories of this year. The editing h as been a chal l enge , a valuable experience. The edito r appreci ates the val uab l e assistance of h is staff, of the pub路 l ishers, and especial l y the untiring assis tance o f Miss Phi l l ips. To Miss Young and Mr. J . S. C h ristenson, the staff a l so extends a hea rty thanks for their w i l l ing assistance in the p reparation and publ ication o f the book. Mr. Pederson carne wil l ingl y at cal l ; th e staff thanks him . The Snowonian of 1 930-31 is offered to i ts readers as the p roduct of a con scientious effort. I t is hope d that its short comings w i l l not envel ope its meri ts . Commencement wi l l award to many the covete d certifi cate of graduati o n . To them , the editor wishes a bon voyage . To them who retu rn is given the wish of another successful year. The best wish of the staff to all of its readers is that the spirit of S N O W w i l l remam w i th them a l ways to en rich their l ives. Au Revoir Auf Wiedersehen

"Ah, yes, the chapter ends today ; We even l ay the book away ; But oh, h o w sw eet the moments s ped Before the fi na l page was read ! "

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" The nwst wasted of all days is that on wh ich one has not laughed." -Chamfort .

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"Of all the years, the longest one That I have been thro ugh Was twenty seconds, when Babelle Had slipped upon her cue."

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" Thou hast not gained a real he ight, Nor art tho u near to light, Because the scale is infinite." -Tennyson.

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