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"And step by step since time began I see the steady gain of man."

NOWON AN

P UBLI SHED BY

SNOW COLLJEGJE STUDJENT BODY

Lithographed by GRAVES � POTTER, INC. POCATELLO, IDAHO

The Spirit of Progress has always invited man to dis� cover, to understand and evaluate, to make of the past and the present a single pattern, to project a future, not fin­ ished but evolving. Love of progress has prompted the establishment and perpetuation of institutions, the work of which is to accept achievement, yet project goals for yet greater attainment. To the Spirit of Progress which actuated the founding and prompts the c o n t i n u a t i o n of Snow College, this memoir of the Golden Jubilee year is humbly inscribed.

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SNOW COLLEGE Was founded November 5, 1888, under t h e title of Sanpete Stake Academy. Was first a preparatory and intermediate school. Added high school work in 189 5. Added a fifth year, normal work, .in 1912. Was named Snow Normal College in 1917. Became a junior college in 1922. Discontinued high school work in 192 3. Became Snow College in 192 3. Was made a state junior college in 19 3 1 under H. B. 10 1. Became a fo ur year junior college in 19 37. Added a Mechanic Arts building in 19 37.

"In quiet dignity it stands to serve the seekers of understanding."

MECHANIC ARTS BUILDI NG--N OVEMBER, 1 9 3 7. "Snow College steps forward once again."

{(College da ys are as the sunrise-a glorious entrance into a fuller life."

1 "Where the life to come to uc hes the life that is."-Bryant.

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On the frontier of progress is he who projects a goal.

The challenge which presents itself to the youthful citizen of today is a glorious one. The experiences of the past decade have laid bare many of the shortcomings of our phil足 osophy of life as a nation and have demanded a new philosophy that will more fully meet the requirements of the new economic status which has developed since the passing of the western frontier. Can you s t u d e n t s of 1 9 3 8 accept the challenge? Has your college experience given to you the power to think. to analyze. to evaluate, to form opinions. to act on those opinions, and to keep an open mind, one ready to receive new truths and willing to modify its opinions when new knowledge shows the need for such modification? Or will your college life leave you with a radical attitude, selfish and unwilling to grapple with the problems of society? If the former is your status, a rich future awaits you. The leaders of tomorrow. if they accept the challenge of today, have the opportunity of achievements as glorious as any yet accomp足 lished in America or in the world. May you accept this challenge? JAMES A. NUTTALL, President

STATE BoARD (Reading from left to right): G. A.

EATON, D. W. H END E R S ON . W. G. READE R . G. L.

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J. C. SWENSON , A. J . AS HM A N , J . A. LANGTON, W. 0 . B ENTLEY , MRS. S. L. FAHR I N G . C . H . SKIDMORE, H . W . TAYLOR.

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STUDENT OFFICERS

193/ �'3§ - President

HOYT ANDERSON VI ONE ANDERSON

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Vice-President

Secretary-Auditor

VELMA HANSE N

Editor of Snowdrift

HAROLD JOHNSON

Editor of Snowontan

SENA LARSEN L UC I LE FRISCHKNECHT BLAINE HANSE N

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Forensic Manager Activity Agent Athletic JVI anager

BOYD PETERSON . FERN McGEE

Program Ch dirman

H ULDA L U BENT

Cheer Leader

HOYT AN DERSON ,

Student President

STUDENT OFFICERS Standing: BENT, V. ANDE RSON, PETERSON, L ARSEN, B. HANSE N, JOHNSON . Sit t in g: V. HANSEN, MCGEE, H. A NDE RSO N , F R I SCHKNECT. Page Thirteen

RUTH CARLSTON Secretary

J. ORRIN ANDERSON Registrar

JOI N T COUNCIL Standtnq:

THUI'S ON, T UTTLE ,

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ANDERSON, HANSEN, GRAY, NUTTALL. CHRISTENSEN.

Sittin g : FRISCHKNECHT. V. HANSEN, H. ANDERSON. V. ANDERSON. Page Fourteen

Together they view prob lems and project so lutions.

H . E P HR A I M JENSEN

A griculture and Biological Sciences

HELEN A. NEL SON Speech , Dramatic Art, and Ar t

C H A RLE S A. SMITH Elemen tary Education and History

VICTOR BEARD

D. c. JENSEN

Chemistry an d Mathema tics

English and History

E TTA JONES

DON S I M MONS

Librarian

Biological Sciences and Physical Education

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H.

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DEAN

Music

W ILMA KOTTER

A. I.

T I P PETTS

Social Science

A.

A.

YOUNG

B usiness and Ph ysical Ed ucation

C HARLES

RUSSEL GRAY

Lang uages

English, Debate

A.

WALL

B usiness and Secretarial Training

LUCY

A.

P HI L L I P S

English

GLADYS H. YOUNGBERG

E L DON BRINLEY

J. H. STANSF I E L D

E DNA PAGE

Elementarlj Educa tion and History

Coach and Ph ysical Education

Art

Home Economics

H . R E ED C H RI STENSEN

FRAN K MADSEN

J . S. CH R I STENSEN

Physics and Geologtj

C ustodian

Business

FRAN C I S J . GURNEY Chem istrlj and Ma thematics

(On leave of absence)

ERN ELL J. MORTENSEN

Custodian

J>uye Eighteen

S I IE'N 1 1 0 I I�S

NORMA TUTTLE

Associate in Science Manti. Utah ORAL D. FOLSTER

Associate in Science NOLA GLEAVE

Ephraim. Utah

Associate in Science L ER UE E L ROY THURSTON

Annabella. Utah

Associate in Science Richfield. Utah

Associate in Applied Arts Manti, Utah

Associate in Applied Arts Price, Utah

Associa t e in Commerce FERN MCGEE

Mt. Pleasant. Utah

Associate in Ed ucation Fruitland, New Mexico

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W. /\RTHUI\ GILLETTE A ss ocia t e

in Sciencr

Tooele. Utah

SLNA L ARS I:N Assnciutc in Scicncr Mayfield. Utah

MAYO BLACK Associate in Commerce

Ephraim. Utah

ROXJI: FERN TI-Il'RSP,Y

Associate in Science Ephraim. Utah

RUTH M. CARLSTON Associate in Applied Ar t s Ephraim. Utah

HAROLD JOHNSON A s s o cia t e

in Commerce

Manti, Utah

ELSIE JENSEN

Associate in Science Monroe. Utah

DECOY LARSEN A ssoc ia t e in Science

Ephraim. Utah

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A U S TIN J . E RIC KSON Associate in Science

VELMA A LVI R A HANSEN

Spring City. Utah

Associate in Science

LLOYD OLSE N

Centerfield, Utah

Associate in Science CHLOE SAVAGE

Moroni, Utah

Associate in Education

Annabella, Utah

LOUISE JORGENSEN Associate in Education

B L AINE G. HANSEN

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

Associate in Commerce

Mt. Pleasant, Utah Associate in Science

PHIL KOTTER

Annabella, Utah

Associate in Commerce

Elsinore, Utah

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LILA VEE BARNEY Associate in Science

Annabella. Utah

PHIL E. STEVENS

RUTH C. RIGBY Associate in Science

Fairview. Utah

ROBERT L UNO THOMSON

WALTER L. ODELL Associate in Arts

Manti, Utah

WANDA MORLEY Associate in Education

Moroni, Utah

HENRY LARSEN Associate in Science

Ferron, Utah

JANIS BROWN Associate in Commerce

Monroe. Utah

Page Twenty- Three

ADRENE GLEAVE

Associate in Commerce LEON OLSEN

Antimony. Utah

Associate 1n Arts BETH BARDSLEY

Ephraim. Utah

Associate In Arts LEO EARL PEACOCK

Gunnison. Utah

Associate In Science

Sterling. Utah

Associate In Commerce

Castle Dale, Utah

Associate in Science Price. Utah Associate in Applied Arts

LORRAINE COX

Wales. Utah

Associate In Commerce

Fairview, Utah

I' age Twenl y-F our

DON PLUMLEE

Associa te in Science Mt. Pleasant, Utah

REVA SARAH PETERSON

Associate in Arts Ephraim, Utah

C. HOYT ANDERSON

Associate in Science Ephraim, Utah

ORA ANDERSON

Associate in Science Emery, Utah

Associa te in Commerce Sterling, Utah

Associate in Education Salina, Utah

Associate in Education Gunnison, Utah

FLOY TAYLOR

Associale in Science Moroni, Utah

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PEARLE . A RNOL D "

Ar, -A ssociatern . APPlted . - SEl' _

0-IESTER E ·CHRI ' ST I AN SEN Associate in

MELBA DORIU S . CLAY H ENDR I CKSON

. in A ssoczate

M orom, Utah

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Sctence

M onroe. Utah

Associate in. Applted . Arts

E�Ph ra1m, Utah

SClence .

Gl enwood, Utah

. WILLIAM C . J EN S EN

A ssoctate in Arts

BARBARA CLARK 0. KIM SMITH

NEVA N UTTA L L Associate tn . Arts

Associate rn . Arts

Chester. Utah

in Commerce Assoczate . .

M antt, Utah

Manti, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

Page Twenty-Six

MORRIS WHITLOCK

Associat e in Science

Mayfield, Utah

V!ONE ANDERSON Associate in Science

Koosharem, Utah

0AI L AVERETT Asociate in Science

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

LUCILE FRISCHKNECHT

Associate in Arts

Gunnison, Utah

EVA STEWART Associate in Education

Fairview, Utah

KEITH E RIC KSEN Associate in Science

Ephraim, Utah HELEN COX Associate in Science

Manti, Utah

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OELMOINE C H R I S TENSEN Assocwte in Science

Salina, Utah

TALMAGE THOMSON Associate in Arts

JACKSON MOFFITT

Ephraim, Utah

Associate in Science

N. STERLJNG COATES

Castle Dale, Utah

Associate in Science

EVAN NEJLSON

Mt. Pleasant. Utah

Associate in Science

Ephraim. Utah

DELWIN MAYLETT Associate in Science

Manti, Utah Associate in Science

ELDEN ANDERSON

Monroe, Utah

Associate in Science

BOYD E. PETERSON

Ephraim. Utah

Assoc1ate in Science

Salina, Utah

Page Twenty-Eight

JUNII I OII � S

LOIS JENSEN Vice-President

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

TED TUTTLE President

Manti, Utah LO I S ANDERSON Secretary

Ephraim, Utah

KEITH CHRISTIANSEN Actiuity Agent

Monroe. Utah

EARL CHAPMAN

D. RUE HICKMAN

MABEL L. FOLLETT

Sterling, Utah

Salina, Utah

Centerfield, Utah

LENA MORLEY

QUE CHRISTENSEN

VERA THORPE

Moroni, Utah

Mayfield, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

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ENID THORPE Ephraim, Utah HAROLD WOOLLEY

Manti. Utah VIRGINIA NELSON Ferron. Utah ROBCRT CRAWFORD

Manti. Utah

WILLlAM BROWN

EVELYN POULSON

EDITH WHITLOCK

Manti, Utah

E phraim, Utah

Mayfield, Utah

ROBERT NIELSON

COY STEWART

Ephraim, Utah

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

CLYDE OLSEN Ephraim, Utah

Page Thirty-One

DOROTHY L ASSON

Birdseye, Utah STA N L EY N I EL S EN

Salina, Utah F A UN THOMSON

Ephraim, Utah

Z U R B ROUGH

F RANCES W H ITTAK E R

CHAD B E RT ELSON

Spring City, Utah

Circleville, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

A FTON B AI L EY

ROB E RT C A R P E NT E R

M E L B A WIL L A RD S E N

Moroni, Utah

Manti, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

Page Thirty- Two

THE LMA LARSEN

Mt. Pleasant, Utah

RICHARD SE A RS Manti. Utah INA ANDERSON Ephraim. Utah

DERRAL MECH A M

ELMA LOWRY

MORRIS CHRISTENSEN

Salina, Utah

Manti, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

GLENNA PICKETT

MORLIN COX

H E LEN HATCH

Gunnison, Utah

Manti, Utah

Scipio, Utah

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MYRL COV E RT

Spring City . Utah ARLO N UTTALL

Ephraim. Utah H E L EN B. HATTON

Richfield, Utah

IVAN SORENSON

RUTH REID

ROB E RT CARLSTON

Manti. Utah

Manti, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

MARJORI E ROB INSON

VAN C E B REINHOL T

C L A RIS C HRISTENSEN

Elsinore. Utah

Ephraim, Utah

Ephraim. Utah

Page Thirty-Four

M ARCELL OSBORNE S pring City. Utah SHELDON SNOW

Orangeville. Utah DE LLA BL A K E

Hinckley. Utah

DEAN LARSEN

MAICA JENSEN

L LOYD P A U LSEN

Ephraim, Utah

M anti , Utah

Ephraim. Utah

FAUN MELLOR

BERDEAN OLDROYD

RUTH SORENSON

Gunnison. Utah

Glenwood. Utah

Emery. Utah

Page Thirty-Five

THELMA VANCE Fairveiw, Utah MOYLE CHRISTENSEN Ephraim, Utah GWENNA ALLRED Spring City, Utah

LELAND TUFT

LUZON SONDRUP

MAX KILLPACK

Huntington, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

Ferron, Utah

JUNE THORPE

KEITH KENDALL

JANE GLEDHILL

Ephraim, Utah

Nephi, Utah

Gunnison, Utah

Page Thirty-Six

C L A RA N OEL

Fruitland. New Mexico H A ROLD N IE L S E N

Ephraim. Utah MINNIE HOWARD

Nephi, Utah

OWEN SONDRUP

M A RGARET WELKER

WOODROW OGDEN

Manti, Utah

Ephraim, Utah

Richfield, Utah

RUTH .lEWIS

KAR_L B I RD

B A RB A R A MADSEN

Ephraim, Utah

Springville, Utah

Manti , Utah

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VOYLETTE TERRY Fairview, Utah ALTON PETERSON Ephraim. Utah AFTON NIELSEN Ephraim. Utah HYRUM SPENCER Aurora. Utah

LAVON CHRISTENSEN

PEARL HILL

MIL TON HATTON

Ephraim, Utah

Gunnison, Utah

Fillmore, Utah

GERALD DEMILL

ELMA HALL

M--:QUE MURPHY

Manti, Utah

Manti, Utah

Salina, Utah

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SOII PI IHI IOMOII �I IES

MOTLEY DEAKIN

President ALMA ANDERSON

Ac1iuity Ayent BERNITA ANDERSON

BERNELL LARSEN

LARUE ALLRED

JOYCE TIPPETTS

BUD J ORCENSON FLORA ANDEI�SON LAVOEN LUND

GWENNETH C H R I ST ENS EN BEV E R L Y SPARKS L E E OLSEN

Page Forty

ViVi A N OLSEN

Vice- President JOYCE WELKER Secretary EVAN BORROWMAN

MOR R I S WILSON K AT H R I NE RASMUSSEN A LITHE SORENSON

HEL E N A N DE RSON NORMA C H R I STENSEN KE I TH OLSEN_

HORACE L A RSEN JOYCE BEL LANDER L U C I LE OLSE N .Page Forty-One

ROGER JOHNSON

RUBY ANDERSON JEAN CAR LSTON

EVA STEVENS DOROTHY BEAL GEN IEL S PARKS

LOL A SORENSON P H Y L L I S MCCAFFERTY ALICE HOWELL

E RDA HIL L I N A TUR P I N

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I IFRII E SII HI IMI IE N

! L A ANDERSON

President DA RREL R ASM USSEN

Vice-President LORRAINE JOHANSEN

Secretary

WAY N E N UTTA L L

Act ivity Agen t THORA J E NSEN MARG IE N IELSEN

R A YivlOND C H E NEY FERN OLSEN J IMM IE BOSEN

FRANCES S EVY GORDON B RI GGS ETHEL DANIELS

ERNEST POULSON BON N IE MORTENSEN FRED MORTENSEN

Page Forty-Four

KAT H L E E N THOMSON GARTH HANSEN DOROTHY SORENSON

GENJEL L ARSEN BRYCE BERTE LSON FAYE C H R I STENSEN

ERVA PETERSON GORDON J OH NSON ERrs路 T H U RSBY

ERVAN PETERSON MARY JENSEN ROBERT NIEL SON

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Excerpts from Life's involved and varied pageant.

Prom Lady

Prom Committee LOIS ANDERSON VANCE BREINHOL T CANNON RASMUSSEN KEITH CHR ISTIANSEN WILMA KOTTER, Faculty Adviser

Page Forty-Eight

Prom Man

Page Forty-Nine

Senior Host

COMMITTEE FERN McGEE ORAL FOLSTER LEON OLSEN KIM SMITH NOLA GLEAVE NORMA TUTTLE TALMAGE THOMPSON LA RUE THURSTON HULDA Lu BENT

Senior Hostess

.MUSII IC l lr>I I�AMATII ICS

HATTON

PEACOCK

NUTTALL

F R I SCHKNECHT

LOWRY

J. L A RSEN

H. L A R S EN

C H R I S TENSEN

JENSEN

TUTTLE

WOOLLEY THORPE

SNOW COLLEGE COMPETITIVE PLAY

''ABlE'S IRISH ROSE'' by ANNE NICHOLS PRESENTED IN E PH RA I M , MANT I , G UNNISON

Directed b y HELEN A . NELSON PRODUCTION STAFF Forensic Manager S tage Manager Assistants -

LUCI LE FRISCHKNECHT EARL PEACOCK -

TED TUTTLE ARLO NUTTALL

Make-up Artist Prompters

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CANNON RASMUSSEN M AIDA JENSEN E LM A LOWRY

Business Manager Advertising Electrician Programme Design

MOYLE C H R I STENS EN -

HAROLD WOOLLEY JAY L A R S EN K I M SMITH

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The Cast Mrs. Isaac Cohen Isaac Cohen Dr. Jacobs Samuel Solomon Levy

L U C I LE FRI SCHKNECHT HAROLD WOOLLEY -

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MOYLE C H R I STENSEN HENRY L AR SE N E A R L PEACOCK

Abraham Levy

TED TUTTLE ARLO N UTTA L L

Rose Mary Murphy Patrick Murphy Father Whalen Flower Girl Bridesmaids

MAIDA JENSE N J A Y L ARSEN -

CANNON RASMUSSE N -

C L A I RE DEAN

FAYE C H R I STENSEN VELMA H ANSEN A L I CE HOWELL HELEN B . HATTON E N I D T HORPE JEAN CARL STON

PEACOCK

J. L A RSEN T UTTLE

F R IS C H KNECHT JENSEN

WOOLLEY

NELSON

L OWRY

C H R I STENSEN N UTTA L L

H. L ARSEN

CHORUS

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M U S IC I ANS

C A ST

P I NAFO R E ' ' by GILBERT AND SULLIVAN Presented b y

SNOW COLLEGE M USIC DEPARTMENT E PH R A I M , FEB RUARY 23 AND 24, 1938

!vi usic Direc tor Dramatic Action Dancing Makeup Properties Art Accompanist Accompanist

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H . A . DEAN

HELEN

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NELSON

W I L MA KOTTER CANNON RASMUSSEN L LOYD KJA R J . H . STANSFIELD FAUN THOMSON PEARL A RNOLDSON

CAST OF CHARACTERS CHAD BERTELSON

Sir Joseph Porter

WALTER ODELL RUE HICKMAN

Cup!uln Corcoran

PAUL SORENSON Ralph R.uckstraw

MORRIS WHITLOCK

Josephine

PAULINE BUNNELL

Ltl tie Buttercup

PEARL ARNOLDSOI':

LOIS JENSEN BLAINE HANSEN

Dick Deadetje

BARBARA MADSEN

Hebe

BERDEAN OLDROYD

Boa/swain

HYRUM SPENCER

Boat sLc'ain 's Mate Chorus of Sailors and

HANSEN

SPENCER JENSEN

Page Fifty-Seven

BERTELSON ARNOLDSON

V lsltlnq Ladles

ODELL MADSEN

KJAR BUNNELL

OLDROYD

ERDA HILL. OAIL AVlRETT. JACK REES. HYRUM SPENCER. VANCE BRIENHOLT , LOLA OVIATT. VIVIAN OLSEN. LLOYD OLSEN, McLLOYD ERICKSON, DELLA BLAKE, KARL BIRD. LA VONA FRANDSEN, HENRY LARSEN. H. A. DEAN. MAX KILLPAC:K. FRED MORTENSi'N. DALE HANSEN, MYRL COVERT, JOYCE TIPPETTS, RAYMOND CHENEY, MELBA WILLARSEN, KElTH OLSEN, PHIL STEVENS, STANLEY BEAL. ROBERT CARLSTON, ROBERT NIELSON.

BAND, ORCHESTRA

DAIL AVERETT, JACK REES. MYRL COVERT, FRED MORTENSEN, PHIL STEVENS, LLOYD OLSEN, MCLLOYD ERICKSON, DELLA BLAKE, LAVONA FRANDSEN. H. A. DEAN, GORDON DEAN, KATHERINE RASMUSSEN, GLENNA DEE BEAL, ELAINE THOMSON. BETH BARDSLEY. LOIS ANDERSON. JOYCE TIPPETTS. VANCE BREINHOLT . FAUN THOMSON, MAIDA JENSEN. SHIRLEY DEAN.

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I I� UII �I ILI I CATII IONS

NOE L , G R A Y , TUTT L E , JOH A NSE N , THOMSON , JENS E N. WOOLL E Y , BROUGH , C H R ISTENSEN. S M IT H , W A L L , L A RSEN, WHITLOCK . RASM USSEN , B A RDSLE Y . ANDERSON.

SNOWONIAN STAFF SENA L A RSEN

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B ET H B A RDSLEY TED T UTTL E TALMAGE THOMSON

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W ES L E Y JOHANS EN H AROLD WOOLL E Y MORRIS C HRISTENS E N C L A Y HEND R ICKSON CLARA NOEL Z UR B R OUGH KIM SMITH

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EDITH W H I TLOCK

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B E R N IT A A NDE RSON

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THORA J ENSEN C H A RLES A. W A L L A . R USSE L G R A Y L UC Y A . P H I L LIPS ST E L L A RASMUSSEN

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- Editor - Associate Editor Assistant Editor - B usiness Manager - B usiness Staff B usiness Staff - B usiness Staff - Snap Director Snaps Snaps - Senior Editor - Junior Editor - Sophomore Editor Freshmen Editor Aduiser Aduiser Aduiser - Art

Page Sixry

SNOWDRIFT STAFF HAROLD JOHNSON EVAN B ARROWMAN RAYMOND CHENEY ELMA L OWRY FERN MCGEE LUCILLE FRISCHKNECHT DON PLUMLEE

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KEITH E RICKSON CANNON RASMUSSEN FLOY TAYLOR LEON OLSE N KEITH KE NDA L L W I LLIAM C. JENSEN LUCY

A.

P H I L L IPS -

- Editor - B usiness Manager B usiness Manager Exchange Features Reporter - Reporter - Reporter Reporter - Reporter - Reporter - Reporter - Reporter - Adviser

Standing : L OWRY, E R I C K SON, BARROWM A N . Page Sixty-One

Sttting: J OH N SON, MCGEE . CHENEY, FRISCHKNECHT .

I I� I IHI IYSII ICAII L I IEI IOUCAJil iON

BOYD PETERSON

A thletic Manager CHES T E R CHRISTIANS E N

Captain, Guard "Ches"

LYLE H A L L

Forward "Johnner" LA VON C H R I ST E N S EN

Cen ter "Chris''

D. RUE H I C KMAN

Forward "R.M.H.C."

E L L IOT Cox

Forward "Milkfed" STANLEY N IE LSEN

Guard "Durch" Page Sixty-Four

ELWIN

M I K KELSON

Guard "Flash" HEN R Y L ARSEN

Center "Swede"

SAMMY NEWTON

Forward "Len1" LER UE THURSTON

"Pierre" Forward

C LAY HEND R IC KSON

Forward "Mud" KEITH E R IC KSON

Center "Moose"

B L A I NE B. HANSEN

Forward . "Squaw" OELMOI NE CHRISTENSEN

Guard "Sadie" Page Sixry-Five

E VA N BORROWMA N

A thletic Manager ROBERT N I E LS E N

Captain Guard '-'Chiz"

FRED MORT E N S E N

Forward "T- B ug'' (E lmer) ROB E RT E R I C KSON

Guard "Ez"

G R A NT A L LRED

Cen ter "Andy"

WAY N E N UTTA L L

Forward "Nutman" GARTH HANSEN

Forward "Gusto" Page Sixty-Six

L E E AND E RSON

Forward "Sandy" J IM M Y BOSEN

Gu�rd " Vense"

SH I R L E Y Z A B R I SKIE

Center "Major Lola" ELWOOD MAD S E N

Guard "Chopie"

L EE OLSEN

Guard "Kes" B RY C E B E RTELSON

Forward "Bertie" Page Sixty-Seven

BASKETBALL THE HooP SEASON RECORD UPPER D IVISION Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow

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G I L L ETTE

HATTON

BRI NLEY

THOMSON

B RE I N HOLT

BEAL

UPPER D I V I S ION ARTHUR G I LLETTE

KARL BEAL

Singles

Singles

VANCE B R E I NHOL T

Singles

TALMAGE THOMSON

ARLO NUTTALL

Doubles

Doubles

TENNIS LOWER D IV I SION FRED MORTENSEN

JOYCE T IPPETTS

ROB E RT E R ICKSEN

Singles

Singles

Doubles

\VAY N E NUTTALL

DALE HANSEN

Doubles

Doubles

ROBERT DORIUS

ERNEST POU L S E N

J IM M I E BOSEN

Singles

Doubles

Singles

MORTENSON

DOR I U S

ERICKSEN

BRINLEY

HAN S E N

HANSEN

N UTTALL

T IPPETTS

BOSEN

UPPER DIVIS ION BOYD PETERSON

Hurdles, Relay, 440 Dash

A thletic Manager

HOWARD T UTTLE

E LDON B R I N L E Y

L E R U E T H U RSTON

Sprints

Coach

A U S T I N ERICKSON

STAN L EY NEiLSON

MOR R I S CHR I STENSEN

High Jump, Pole Va ult

Discus

Sprints

A RTHUR G I L L E TTE

Distance Races

MILTON HATTON

High Jump, Relay, Mile, 880 Dash,

DE LMOiNE

CHRiSTEN SEN

S H I R L E Y JOHANSEN

440 Dash, 880 Dash, Relay

Broad Jump, Short Races

B ERDEAN OLDROYD

C H E S T E R CHRISTIANSEN

B LA I N E HANSEN

Distance Races

Pole Vault, Jauelin, Relay

High Jump, Broad Jump, Relay

DON SiMMONS

Coach

KEITH ERICKSON

E L W I N MIK KE L SON

L ELAND TUFT

High Jump, Shot

Jauelcn, Discus, Relay

Discus

T R A CK L OWER DIVIS ION G RANT A LL RED

E LDON B RI N L E Y

Weights, Sprints L E E OLSEN

Half Mile B UDD JORGENSON

Hurdles

RAYMOND C H E N E Y

Coach

Sprints S H I R L E Y ZABRI S K I E

Broad Jump, Sprin ts

GARTH H A N S E N

ROBERT N E I L SON

Hurdles, Sprints

Weights

WAYNE NUTTALL

DON SI MMONS

Pole Vault, High Jump

Coach

J I M MI E BOS E N

440 Dash

I IFOII �I IENSII IC SII PI IECII IAI IL A WAIII�I IOS

FOLLETTE

MECI--!AM

GLED H I L L

N UTTA L L

WOOLLEY

FORE N S I C S ELDEN ANDERSON

KARL B I RD

Tri-College Meet Extempore-First Place Debate Redlands Meet Extempore, Debate Utah-Idaho Debate, Oratory Phillips Oratory Honorable Mention "Democracy Today" All-Around Speech Award

Tri-College Meet Debate-Third Place Extempore Redlands Debate, Oratory Utah-Idaho

L UCIL E FR I SC H K N EC H T

Rocky Mountain Speech Debate, Extempore Debate, Oratory-First Place "A Plea for Democracy" Redlands Meet Utah-Idaho Oratory

Debate, Oratory Phillips Oratorical-First Place "Your Challenge and Mine" All-Around Speech Award FLOY TAYLOR

DERRAL MECH AM Tri-College Meet Debate-Third Place Extempore Speaking Redlands Meet Debate, Extempore Utah-Idaho Debate

Rocky Mountain Meet Debate, Extempore Tri-College Extempore-Second Place Debate Redlands Meet Debate, Oratory

HAROLD JOI-INSON

Rocky Mountain Meet Redlands Meet Extempore, Debate Tri-College Debate

HOYT ANDERSON MABEL FOLLETTE

Rocky Mountain Speech Debate, Extempore ' Utah-Idaho Debate

Rocky Mountain Speech Progression Debate-Second Place Redlands Meet Extempore Semi-Finals

J ANE GLEDHI L L

HAROLD WOOLLEY

HYRUM SPENCER

A RLO N UTTALL

Utah-Idaho Debate

Utah-Idaho Debate

Utah-Idaho Debate

Utah-Idaho Debate

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MCGEE WELKER

SOND R U P G.

HANSEN

NUTTALL

JOHNSON

R ASMU S S E N

POULS E N

L. OLSEN

OLSF.N

JENSEN

BR I GG S

FO R E N S IC搂 LUZON SO N D R UP

F E R N MCG E E

Nelson Reading-First Place

Utah-Idaho

Tri-College Meet

Second Place

Reading-Second Place

Tri-College

Oratory

Redlands Meet

Redlands Meet

Oratory

Oratory

路'Marijuana. the Destroyer of Youth."

LEE

OLSEN

D ARO L R A SM US S E N

FERN O LSEN

Debate

Debate

Debate

GARTH H A NSEN E R N E ST POULSON

Debate

WAYNE N U TTALL

Debate

Oratory

Debate

R.

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Cox Award

JOYCE WELKER

T HORA J E NSEN

GORDON BRIGGS

Debate

Debate

Debate

Other Honors 1937?38 SCHOLARSHIP HONOR ROLL Seniors

Juniors

Lower Divisio n

MARJORIE ROBINSON

WILLIAM JENSEN ROXIE THURSBY VIONE ANDERSON VELMA HANSEN NEVA NUTTALL MELBA DORIUS HOYT ANDERSON SENA L A R SEN

VIVIAN OLSEN

RUTH SORENSON

FRED MORTENSON

LOIS ANDERSON

MOTLEY DEAKIN

MABLE FOLLETTE

WAYNE NUTTALL HELEN ANDERSON LARUE ALLRED

SOCIAL AWARDS-Executive Committee BOYD PETERSON

BLAINE HANSEN

HOYT ANDERSON VIONE ANDERSON

SENA L A R SEN

L UCILE FRISCHKNECHT

VELMA HANSEN

H A ROLD JOHNSON

FERN MCGEE

FORENSICS-Upper Division ELDEN ANDERSON

HAROLD JOHNSON

L U ZON SONDRUP

HOYT ANDERSON

MABEL FOLLETTE

ELMA LOWRY

L UCILLE FRISCHKNECHT

FLOY TAYLOR

DARREL MECHAM FERN MCGEE

KARL B I R D

FORENSICS-Lower Division WAYNE NUTTALL

GORDON BRIGGS

GARTH HANSEN

DARRE L RASMUSSEN

E RNEST POULSEN

GORDON JOHNSON

DRAMATICS FERN MCGEE

H AROLD WOOLLEY

EARL PEACOCK

ATHLETICS-Upper Division Basketball CHESTER CHRISTI ANSEN

L A VON CHRI STENSEN

HENRY L ARSEN

DELMOINE CHRISTENSEN SAMMY NEWTON

LARUE THURSTON

RUE HICKMAN

BLAINE HANSEN

ELLIOT COX

ELWIN M I K KELSON

STANLEY NIELSEN

LYLE HALL

Lower Division Basketball ROBERT NIELSEN

GARTH HANSEN

ROBERT E R ICKSEN

LEE OLSEN LEE ANDERSON

BRYCE BERTLESEN

WAYNE NUTTALL

ELWOOD MADSEN

G RANT ALLRED FRED MORTENSEN

TRACK Upper Division A USTIN E R ICKSON

Lower Division

LERUE THURSTON

KEITH E R ICKSON

J IMMIE BOSEN

DELMOINE CHRISTENSEN

CHESTER CHRISTI ANSEN

B LAINE HANSEN LA VON CHRI STENSEN

TENNIS Upper Division TALMAGE THOMSON ARLO NUTTALL 路KARL BEAL VANCE B R IENHOL T

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Lower Division WAYNE NUTTALL ROBERT E RICKSON FRED MORTENSEN JOYCE TIPPETTS

SHIRLEY ZABRISKIE LEE OLSON

THOMSON

A R NOLDSON

TIP PE TTS

COVERT

BARDSLEY

DANJELS

FRANDSEN

B UNNELL

CARLSTON

LOWRY

PEACOCK

JOHANSEN

Efficiency And Special A wards TALMAGE THOMSON

BETH BARDSLEY

JOYCE T I P PETTS

Social Service

S tring

Dean Award

Social Service

S tring

Honorable Mention PEAR L A RNOLDSON

MYRL COVERT

Dean Award

Brass

ETHEL DANIELS Oratory

American Legion Award

Social Service LA V ONA FRANDSEN

JEAN CARLSTON

PAULINE B UNNELL

EARL PEACOCK

Wood Wind

Voice

Voice

Dramatics

LORRAINE JOHANSEN

E LMA LOWRY

E NID THORPE

Oratory

Nelson Interpreta tive Reading

Nelson Interpre t a tive Reading

Second Place

Honorable Mention

Tippetts Award

Tri-College Meet

Third Place VANCE BREI0!HOLT

DALE AVERETT

L UC I L LE F R ISCHKNECHT

S tring

Brass

Dramatics

Voice

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

V IV I A N OLSEN Wood Wind

LOIS JENSEN

LOLA OVIATT Wood Wind

Honorable Mention

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C H RISTIANSEN

K ENDA L L

C H ENEY

J EN S E N

MORTE N S EN

V. ANDERSON

HANSEN

N UTTA L L

OLSEN

AND ERSON

Proficiency Awards CHESTER CHRISTIANSEN

K EITH K E NDAL L

RAYMOND C H E N E Y

All-Around Athlete

Informal E ssay

Poetry First Place, Lower Division Young Award

Brinley Award

First Place 路

' Pepys I I ''

S nowdrift Short Story Contest "The Late-Partying Tro ut"

W I L LIAM J EN S E N

F R ED MORTENSEN

lLA A ND ERSON

Poetry First Place, Upper Division Young Award

Scholarship

Sno wdrift Short Story Contest

First Place

VELMA HANSEN

V IONE ANDERSON

Scholarship

Scholarship

C LYDE OLSEN

NEVA NUTTALL

Chemistry 4, 5, 6

Chemistry 1, 2, 3

Gurney Award

Gurney Award

RUSSEL STANSF I E LD

L E RU E THURSTON

Snowdrift Short Story Contest

DELMOINE CHRISTENSEN

KARL B I RD

"His Story"

B L A I N E HANSEN

First Place

Honorable Mention Brinley Award

Honorable Mention Gurney Award

Page Seventy-Nine

ORAL FOLSTER

POETRY TO DREAMS Elusive fantasy of thought From hope and aspiration wrought, Bring then my secrets near to me And in chaotic fantasy, I'll dream my dreams of revelry again. Thy font shall free my soul of pain; Thy Gleam of everlasting light, Will penetrate my life's dark night And lead me into new-found heights, In realms of dreams. -William C. Jensen

RENUNCIATION Wake my mine-Sleep deep my heart, Your waking moment sorrow brings. The mind with cool decisive stroke Will sever all thy misgivings; 'Twill bring a calm, though joyless. way Of meeting life. -William C. Jensen

COURAGE Each day Is met anew With firm elastic step. The past is gone; only the future Looms clear. -Mabel Follette

RESIGNATION Sometimes The ache in my Heart become throbbing pain ... Then a new day dawns clear; Hope springs anew. -Mabel Follett

MY NEED Is there a God who hears me when I pray? I know not, yet feel the need of prayer each day So to my Better Self I cry my need Help rid myself of spite, of fear, conceit and greed. Rile out of me the sickening things I see And leave me unashamed to face my inner Deity Then when the dust of passion blinds my eyes Help clear my sight and leave me calm and wise Give strength to hold me faithful to my heart Make all of me sincere, both seen and hidden part. -Stella Rasmussen

MY DOG I had a dog whose name was Tip. We used to play upon the lawn; We jumped and ran, my dog and I: But now he's gone. I used to dress him like a clown And made him put a doll's clothes on, And he would get all wrapped up in them­ But now he's gone. I used to lock him in a shed And let him out at break of dawn, And he would greet me with a yelp-­ But now he's gone. -Raymond Cheney

THE DAWN I hear a sound from far away, It is the singing of a lark Its salutations to the day, As gray despels the hovering dark, And rosiness removes the gray. Then up above the hills there rose A ball of fire, a shining ray. Who is there in this world who knows What is to come on this new day? -Raymond Cheney

LOVE Love is beautiful, playful, Cold, warm, sad, glad; With all her passing moods She makes me half afraid. -Dott Nielsen

MEDITATION Everybody has a thought, No one is without. Some must tangle, then be caught Others are just doubts. -Fern Olson

DEATH Death is kind, with his magic hand He touched, soothed the withered brow; Touched the tired old face, Re-lit it with a smile. -Dott Nielsen

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Page Eighty

CII EI ILI IEI I�III�I I I I I IES

VALEDICTORIAN

Upper Diuision

VALEDICTORIAN Lower Diuision

Page Eighty- Two

R E PRE S ENTATIVE LADY

R E PRESENTATIVE MAN

Page Eighty- Three

SNOWONIAN POPULAR LADY Upper Division

SNOWONIAN POPULAR MAN U pper Division

Page Eight y-Four

SNOWONIAN POPULAR LADY Lower Diuision

SNOWONIAN POPULAR MAN Lower Diuision

Page Eighty-Five

EFr_;ICIENCY STUDENT

Page Eighty-Six

OII �GANII/I�ATI/1/0NS

CO - ED Q U E EN

AMICA CLUB O FFICERS President

ADRENE GLEA VE FA UN THOMSON LENA MORLEY

-

FAYE CHRISTENSEN

-

Vice- President -

Secretary

Activity Agen t

PEP CLUB OFFICERS HULDA L U B ENT PAU L IN E BUNNE L L

-

President -

Vice- President

RUTH R I GBY EVA S TEWART

-

BETH BARDSLEY

-

Secre tary Treasurer Reporter

PHYLL I S MCCA F FE RTY , THELMA VANCE, BE RNELL LA RSEN , DOROTHY L ASSON , LOLA SORENSON, GWENNETH C H R I STENSEN, KATHE RIN E R A S MUSSEN . INA ANDERSON, A L I CE HOWE L L . LA VOEN L UN D . EVA S T E WA R T . L UC I L I:-: 0 L s l :N . VOYLETTE TERRY , C L A R I S C H R I STENSE N , BETH BARDSLEY . FAUN THOMSON, RUTH RIGBY, FAYE CHRISTENSE N , RUTH S ORENSON , PAU LI N E B UNN E L L , MELBA W ! L L A RDSEN , JUNE THOR P E , AFTON N I E L SEN . L A RUE A L L RED . H ULDA LU BENT,

Cheer Leaders.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONยง OFFICERS W I L LI AM C . JENSEN

President

D. RUE HICKMAN

Vice-President

NEVA NUTTALL -

- Secretary

Back row : A RLO NUTTA L L , LEON OLSEN, P H I L STEVENS, CLYDE OLSEN, HOYT ANDERSON, TALMAGE THOMSON.

Center row : A. I . TIPPETTS, D. RUE HICKMAN, WILL IAM C . JENSEN, ROBERT NIELSEN, RAYMOND CHENEY.

Front row : LUCILLE F R I SC H KNECHT, MARGARET WEL KER, MELBA W I LLARDSEN, NEVA NUTTALL, FAYE C H RISTENSEN. FAUN THOMPSON, ROXIE THURSBY, MELBA DORIUS.

Page Ninety

GERMAN CLUB OFFI CERS W I LL I AM C . J E NSEN L OI S J EN S EN

-

-

-

-

NEVA N UTTALL -

- Secretary

PEARL ARNOLDSEN K EITH K ENDALL

President

Vice- President - Treasurer

-

- Actiuity A gen t

Bach row : R US S E L GRAY, MAYO B LACK . CHAD B ERTELSON , MARGARET W EL K ER . A RDEN H I L L , TALMAGE THOMPSON .

Center row : L E ON OLSEN, ROBERT CARPENTE R , L UCIL E FRISC H KNECHT, B ETH BA RDSLEY, INA ANDERSON, TED T U TTLE .

Fron t row : K E ITH K ENDA L L , L OI S J ENSEN. W I L L I A M C. J EN SEN , P E A R L ARNOLDSEN . N EVA N UTTA L L ,

FAUN

THOMSON ,

WALTER

ODE L L ,

R ICHARD

SEARS,

CANNON RASMUSSEN , WANDA MORL E Y . HOWARD TUTTL E .

ARLO

N UTTALL ,

SIGMA DELTA CHI Back row : MOR R I S C H R I STENSEN , P E A R L A RNOLDSEN , H ULDA L U B ENT, FAYE C H R I STENSEN, R UTH R IGBY, E L M A H A L L , C H A D B E RTELSEN .

Cen ter row : D . R U E H I C K M A N , R UTH L E W I S , NORMA TUTTL E , H E L E N COX, R UTH R E I D , B A R B A R A M A D S E N , P H I L KOTT E R .

Fron t row : L EN A M O R L E Y , FAUN THOMSON , T A L M A G E THOMSON, L UZON SON D R U P , HELEN A . NELSON . OFFICERS T A L M AGE THOM SON

Presiden t

FERN MCGEE

Vice-President

P E A R L ARNOLDSEN R U TH L E W I S

-

Secretary - Ac tivity Agent

Back row : L U C I LL E FRISCHKNECHT, NEVA N UTTA L L , ARLO NUTTA LL, INA AND ER SON, L O I S J EN S E N , R AYMOND C H E N EY .

Cen t er row : M AR G A R ET W E L K E R , M EL B A W I LLARDSEN, J UNE THORP E , M A R J O R I E ROB I NSON, F ERN M C G E E , ROB E R T N I E L SON .

Fron t row : M OY L E C H RI STENS E N , R UTH C A RLSTON, ROXIE T H URSBY, M E L B A DOR I U S , PA ULINE B UNN E L L , C L A R A NOE L , M AYO B L A C K .

CLARK

ANDERSON

WELKER

GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLlJB OFFICERS L OI S ANDERSON

President

BARBARA CLARK

Secretary

JOYCE W EL KE R

Reporter

SOME OF TH E CLUB M EM B E R S .

Page Ninety- Three

SEVERIANS OFFICERS CHESTER C H R I STIANSEN

President

-

D E R R A L MECHAM

V ice-Presiden t

AD RENE G LEAVE B ERDEAN OLDROYD

Secretary- Treasurer -

-

Activity Agent

Back row : L E RU E THURSTON, S H I R L EY ANN GLEAVE, K E ITH CHRISTIAN S EN , B ERDEAN OLDROYD, CLAY HEND R I CK SON, D ERRAL MECHAM , ADRENE G LEAVE, M C Q U E MURPHY. Center row : HYRUM S PENCER, H ELEN B. HATTON, M I LTON HATTON, MARJORIE ROBINSON, D E L MOINE CHRISTENSEN, V I CTOR B EARD, J AN I S B ROWN, D. RUE H ICKMAN, FRANCES W H ITTA K E R , PHIL KOTT E R .

Fron t r o w : V E E B A RNEY , CHESTER CHRIST I ANSEN, E L S I E J ENSEN, STANLEY N I ELSEN, V I ON E ANDERSON, BOYD PETERSON, NOLA G LEAVE, CLARA NOEL, MAYO B LACK , D E L L A B L A K E , M I LO DUFFIN, SAMMY N EWTON , WOODROW OGDEN, M E R R I L L S M IT H, CHLOE SAVA G E .

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SNOW COLLEGE CAMPUS WOMEN OFFICERS . LEONA NUTTALL

President

GLADYS DEAN LAVETA WALL

- Vice-Presiden t -

- Secretary

FERN A. YOUNG -

- Program

GLADYS YOUNGBERG R HODA CHRISTENSEN

Back row : HE LE N A . NELSON, BENDETTA C H R I S T E N S E N , E TTA J ONE S , EDNA PAGE , DOROTHY G RAY .

Cen ter ro w : L UCY A . P H I L L I P S , MARY JENSEN, O L IVIA ANDERSON, MARIE A . J E N SE N , E LI ZABETH H . WELKER, E D A T I P PETTS.

Fron t row : R HODA CHRIS TENSE N , E L I SE BEARD. LA VETA WALL, LEONA NUTTAL L , G LADYS DEAN , FER N A. YOUNG, L IL L IE H. B R I NLEY, CLARA C HE NEY , L A VE RDE S . G U R NEY , WILMA KOTTE R , FLORENCE S l M !'viON S , A L I CE W OOLLE Y , G LADYS H . YOUNGBERG.

SNOW COLLEGE RHYTHM COLLEGIANS C. A. WALL Direct or

KENDALL OLSEN

CHRISTOPHERSON E RICKSEN

WALL

CARLSTON

BREINHOLT COVERT

T I P PETTS

AVERETT

Page Ninety-Six

1 1 � 1 1 � I IHI I I I � A 1 1 M 1 1 N S T I I T U T il �

Leader of Institute

RECEPTION ROOM

Page Ninety-Eight

$dw.i _� e�wneif Principal of Seminary

EPHRAIM INSTITUTE

Page Nin e t y - Nine

LERUE THURSTON President of Ephraim Institute MAIDA JENSEN Secretary TALMAGE THOMSON Vice - President

MARY JENSEN President Ch urch History Class lLA ANDERSON Vice - President THORA JENSEN Secretary

Page One Hundred

Progress is not without knowledge, the fruit of expe rience and experiment.

WALTER ODELL

STANLEY NIELSON

D. RUE HICKMAN

L LOYD KJAR

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L UCILE FRISCHKNECHT

HELEN A. NELSON

L UZON SONDR UP

CAST OF " MR . PIM PAS S E S BY" BY A . A . M I LNE HELEN A . NELSON,

When in quest of Beautiful Scenery, don't overlook Ephraim Can yon, including the Sky line Drive

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SHIRLEY'S ICE CREAM " We freeze o ur own ice cream

THE RED AND WHITE STORES Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables

PROGRESS MARKET Phone 6 9

Ephraim, Utah " The College

fresh daily" Headquarters for

Ice Cream, Candies, and Cold Drinks •

4 3 N. Main

Phone 1 2 7 J EPHRAIM , UTAH

City"

D. W. ANDERSON DRUG COMPANY

Spencer's Sinclair Service

Pharmaceutists of Reliability

WE SELL

We Aim to Please

GOODYEAR TIRES DRUGS-NOVEL TIES-GIFTS

WILLARD BATTERIES

SCHOOL SUPPLIES

SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

CANDIES-ICE CREAM Ephraim, Utah

Phone 1

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D R EA M LAN D HALL EPHRAIM

Snow College 's Dance Home

PEP SERVICE STATION Complete One-Stop Service QUAKER STATE AND VICO MOTOR OILS PEP GASOLINE B. E. TUCKER M an ager Phone 5 7

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1 9 3 8 Snowonian . •

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PROVO, UTAH

May we extend our Congratu lations to Snow Col lege Graduates o f 1 9 3 8 , and express the hope that w e may continue to serve Snow Col lege S tudents as we have a l w a y s done . •

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Member Federal Reserve and The Federal Deposit I nsurance

DRIVE IN AND SAVE Prompt and Courteous Service a t All Times

Corporation.

B URR CHEVROLET COMPANY

Phone 5

L. R. Burr, Proprietor

Ephraim

This institution a ims to serve in a financial way all the vital needs of its c ustomers

FROST DRUGS

and the community.

"Quality Drugs"

You are invited to call and discuss any

HEADQUARTERS FOR SNOW S TUDENTS

problem of interest to you.

We feature . . .

School Supplies, Gifts, Novelties Drugs, High G rade Candies and Coalville Ice Cream

Wh y not open an account with us?

E. L. FRO S T , Manager Phone 6

COLLEGE CITY SERVICE STATION

Ephraim, Utah

Success Is Straight Ahead And this is the combination that will open the door :

TEXACO PRODUCTS CERTIFIED LUBRICATION FIRESTONE TIRES ACCESSORIES Phone 1 0 5

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Manti Motor Company A Booster for Snow College •

Dealers for HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE CARS •

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SNOW COLLEGE ( The Home o f a Democratic Student Bod y )

T h e College o f fe rs Standard Cou rses in Education, Business, Agriculture, Forestry, Chemistry, Physics, Languages, Speech , Pre-Law, Pre- Medics, Pre- E ngineering, Music , Biology, Home Economics, Mathem atics, Social Science, and Literature . Terminal and Academic c o u r s e s a re available in Metal - work, Auto足 Mechanics, Wood - work, Building Trade, and Engineering Drawing. The building is new and well- equipped ; the courses are thorough and practic a l. Vocational cou rses in Secretarial Training and Business Admi nistra tio n .

Education Is Not Expensive at

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FAIRVIEW STATE BANK MT. PLEASANT , UTAH •

CENTRAL BANKING SERV I CE FOR NORTH SANPETE •

TOTAL RESOURCES $ 6 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 •

2 5 Years of Successful Banking Experience Member Federal Deposit I nsurance Corporation

We Welcome New Accounts

EPHRAIM MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE CO. H udson and Terraplane Cars International Trucks "A B e tter Deal for Your Dollar"

Standard Oil Products Goodrich Tires Tubes Accessories Our Service Department is Complete

Buy at . . . JEWELL M. PETERSON LUMBER CO. E very thing to B uild with­ you can depend on us. Fairview

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Get your appointment at . . . THE CAMPUS BEAUTY SALON All types of Bea u t y W ark Facials

Manic uring Scalp T reatments Hair Dressing Permanents, Etc.

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The City Of Ephraim •

. is p roud of Snow College, the scholarship of its Faculty and the high character o f the students that come to our city to attend this institution. rfhe City of Ephraim is also proud o f the m a ny assets which help to m ake this city one o f the leading in the state. I t has many things to right fully boast o f . . . a pea canning factory . . . a poultry 'dressing plant . . . a n outstanding public library available to anyone at all times . . . a new Seminary and Institute Building . . . and a Mechanic Arts Building adjunct to S now College . . . Another beautiful structure buil t o f oolite is being a dded to our city . . . a City Hall, housing the Post Office and the Foresty Office . . . . l�he 72 0 0 foot tunnel through the mountains furnish more water for irrigation purposes for one of the most fertile districts i n the state . . . . And above alL the people of Ephraim are known for their hospitality, u n i form courtesy to visitors and cooperation with College students. Come and enjoy the many thin gs Ephraim City has to o ffer. Attend S no w College. •

We feel there is a Great Future in store for

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SPIRIT OF PROGRESS B orn of longing and grop i n g , O ffspring o f foresight and daring, V ision o f the hardy pioneer I n the struggles, the hopes The yearning o f yesteryear. Nurtured by the Builders Through fifty years of growing, G uided by the Dreamers Through a half century of knowing, I n the slow, heavy March of Time. I n t rusted to us nowA child of Promise, A realization and a prophecy Of all the dreams that are, And all the dreams that are to be. -Fern A. Young

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