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8r Snow College Epraim, Utah


SNOW COLLEGE GOES FORWARD IN THE DAWN OF A NEW AGE


FOREWORD

HILE W I

looking to the dawn of a new day with happy ex足 pectations, one pauses and reviews the memories of the past year.

am your chest of memories. 1 reveal to you priceless pictures and golden experiences of happy days spent at Snow College.

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MEN'S DORMITORY

''Experience is the school of mankind, and they will learn at no other.''

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

PROPOSED GIRLS' DORMITORY

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MECHANIC

ARTS

BUILDING

"Education is the only interest worthy the deep, controlling anxiety of the thoughtful man."

"Religion has nothing more to [ear than not being su[[icient足 ly understood.''

LATTER-DAY足 SAINTS INSTITUTE BUILDING


OLD GYMNASIUM

"College days are as the sunrise .......a g lorious entrance into a fuller life."

"What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the soul."

NEW GYMNASI UM

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"Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave."

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Newly dedicated the Noyes Buildi n g

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DEDICATION In the dawn of a new era, we look for lead­ ership which will help direct and shape those things to come. Such leadership must have a deep broad :o�emnce, a respect for the past, a vision for the r ,uture. It must accept the hard things with cour­ a�;e and confidence that there can be a solution. There must be a love of life and the ability to laugh. A willingness to accept criticism, and a firmness in decision. In appreciation of such leadership, we hum­ bly dedicate this yearbook to President James A. NuttalL...... a builder of ideals and institutions.

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EARL V. HILLS Auto lV!cchanics "\,\ff,at we /wve to learn we learn by doi.llfj."

GASSMAN

ALTA

"Style

/.o d.o

Clothing and Textiles is the dress of thoughts"

FERN A. YOUNG English, Speech "None /mew tl1ee but /o love thee, nor nwned thee but. to pruise"

H. E. JENSEN Biological Sc ien ce He beli.eves ''It is beller lo wear oul. than t.o rust out."

A.

I.

TIPPETTS

Science "Siwl/ow nw11 believe i.n luck; strong men believe i.n cause unci c!feci." Social

lvJ AGGJE B. ROWE Speech, Drama .. } ust lo see her is to love lwr."

J\1ELDON WARNER Athletics "If you wottlc! go up f'!gh, t.Twn use your own legs. .

MARION

BYRD

Business rouncl to who will but wait. "

"AU t.hings come

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MERLE CHIPMAN Foods and Nutrition

"Wlwtever is worth doing at all is wortlt doing well."

F. J. Chemistry,

GURNEY Mathematics

"A learned man lws always ri.ch­ es in Ttirnse l{."

H. A. DEAN Music "God giveth speech to all, music Lo tlw few."

LUCY A. PHILUPS Englisll "Not./1in.g is so di{{icult but tlwt il. may be {ound ottt by seeki.ng''

WYNONA FROST Physical Educntion "Tlte great dut.ies o{ life are writ­ ten l.Vitlt a sunlJecun."

RULON PETERSON Physics, Mathematics '"He

Twth borne /,i.m.sel{ beyond the promise o{ 1-,;s oge, doing, in. tf.w {igu.re o/ u lcunh, 1.1-..e {eats o{ a lion."

A. RUSSELL GRAY English. Lang·uages "Ulmng macht d,,n

Meisl.er"

S. H. GORDAN Agriculture

"No man is happy who does nol. think himself so."


Dorothy Pederson and Elna Stevenson Office "They doelh little kir1dnesses which nrost leave undone, or despise."

J. H. Stansfield

Ernell Mortensen Custodian

Art i.s t.fw (lr<.:hUecl of

"Lough ond. t.lre world. laugl1s wi/./1 you; weep, ancl you. weep olone."

"Every ruan /,is own fortunes."

Elvin Downs Agriculture ,; Deeds let to escape are W:!Ve•· to be done."

Nellie Ray

J.

Orrin Anderson 'T'reasurer

wl1i.ch thou l.rude the "Love host. learned, a nd be conl.enJ t.lwre­ wi.t.lr."

Gwen Greaves

Shorlirand, Typc

''Npuer leave tlwt. 't.ill l.ornor· wf,icf, you can. do toda.y .. , rou1

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Librarian

"Sfw can because sf1e bcUcves

s/1e con."


H. Alvah Fitzgerald and

Myrtle K. Fitzgerald l_nslitulc

INTERIOR VIEW OF

<Jnd

Serninnry

Oircclors

LATTER-DAY SAINTS INSTITUTE BUILDING

;,Li/C' is o m ission . Every otf.rpr cle[inifion v[ life is fnl�e. nnd. /('a,ds all wl1o occepf. il asiroy. Rehuion. science, p/,Uosop/,y, dwug/1 still of U(trionn_, upon '"OI'Y roinls, oll agree in t/-,is, Jl,of. f'Pery exislenc(' is 011 oin1.

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Our Student Body President, Bar足 bara A lder, represents the typical American Co-ed. Her friendship for all has enrich ed th e lives of those around her, and has helped to make this school year of 1945-46 a success.

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Peterson.

Gurney, 'lhor11pson. K_. Pl"'lcrson. Ro."Pnberg. J'-.T. l")c!cr�on. l"-\Ltt<:�H, i\iicl,ncls('n, udweeks, l'-1lorlco"en. Anderson. Alder, Fjeldsted, Clwpnoan, Lund

"Fot'ethought and prudence are the proper qualities of a leader." Barbara Alder .. . . .. . . .. . . ..President Marjorie Anderson . ......Vi.ce-Prest.den.t Margaret Fjeldsted ... . Secretary-Auditor Corless Chapman .. . ....Activity .Agcnl. Rachel Thompson ....Program Chai.rman Nonna Peterson . ... .Snowonian Editor Kathryn Peterson .. . ...Forensi.c l'1anager Carnell Lund . . ... . ......Cheer Leader M yles Michaelsen .. . ..Athletic Manager Gay Rosenberg ... . ....Snowdrift Editor Shirley Sudweeh .. . . . . . .Representative Bennie Mortensen .......Representa tive James A. Nuttall ...... . faculty Adui;;er Rulon Peterson . . . . . . . . Faculty AJuiscr Francis J. Gurney . .....Faculty .!L.ll'iser

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CLA S S OFFICERS

JORGENSEN. LARSEN. DESPAL'J. WHITLOCK

For the Seniors, the close of this school year marks the conclusion of a significant chapter in our Book of Life. Our years at Snow h ave been replete with privileges and opportunities. In retrospection, we see much that has enriched life. giving it meaning and purpose. We are grateful for understanding and for guidance by the faculty, and for companion足 ship with all Snow students. To you who shall replace us, we say: Snow is an institution for advancement. Perpetuate her traditions; respect h er standards ; and cherish her achievements. vVith h umility and with a desire to achieve, we shall seek places in the world of tomorrow. \Ve go forth from our Alma Mater with courage, with enthusiasm, and with faith in the future. Cbss officers:

Beth Ann vVhitlock, president; Betty Jean Despain, vice-president;

Maxine Jorgensen. secretary; Vera Jean Larsen, activity agent.

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BETH LEMON Fe rron , Utah "You've Got You.r Mother's Big Blue Eyes."

MILDRED DRAPER Ephmim, Utah "\Vaitin' For The Train Come ln."

To

RAY BLACKHAM Mt. Pleasant, Utah ''I'm Hoppy In My Blue Heou­ en.

CALVIN 'v\1. THOJ'v'fSON Ephraim, Utah "A Girl In Your Arms Is \AIort.h Two In Your Dreams ... SARA

MAE

GLEAVE

Annabelln, Utah ''Slender, Tencler, And

Tal/..

MARCELINE BAILEY Moroni, Utal1 "You'd Be So Nice To Corne . Home To."

DONNA JEAN ROPER Salina. Utah ''Give Me Tfwt Simple Life" LAURAL H. ST01T Manti, Utah ''Please, Won't You Leave My Girl Alone." MARGARET F]ELDSTED Gunnison. Ulah "Sweet Ancl Lovely"

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M AX I N E

JORGE N SEt

'vVRies, Utalt "Good, Good. Good. You, Tlw.t's You". JAi\1ES CORLESS

"I've

Angel."

·n.at's

CHAPMAN

t\'lanti, Utah o Date

Got

\Vilh

an

tVIIRIAt\'1 JEN KIN S

Nephi, Utah /3it. of /·leaven"

Little

"A

GAY ROSENBERG Centerfield, Utalt

"E,nhroceob/e Yo, .. BElTY

JEAN DESPAIN

Moroni, UtRh "}·low Sweet You Are." BENNIE ALLEN HEATH "for low."

t\1nnti, Utah He's a ]ol/y Good

Fel­

NADA PAULSEN

Ephraim. Uta l t Me Si11g cmd. I'm

"Let

BETH ANN

Happy"

WHITLOCK

Mayfield, Utah

Got a Pocketful of Drewns."

''I've

LILA ALIC E PETE RSON

"\Vos

Axtell, Utah Ever a Pol Like You."

Tlwre

LAIRD

C. STRINGHAt\1

Manti.

Utah

· ' S ite 13rol<e My 1-leort In Three

Places."

tv!ARETrA CARLILE MRnti, Utah ''Jf You. Are But o Dream, Hope 1 Never \Vohen." CARNELL LUND

"Got

Twen.t.y-two

Centerfield, Utah tlw Moon in My

Pocket"


BEYERLY

NEILSON

Ephraim, Utah 'Tiwt Soldier of Mine"

i' lYLES

:VIlCI-lAELSEN

/VIayficld. Utalo ''Don't. Fence Me ln." 0!0Ri'1A

PETERSON

Ephraim, Utah 'Tioere \Vii/ Never Be Anotlo­ er You."

CLIFF ANDERSON Founlain Green. Utah "l'm. sa.tis{ie. d." RACHEL

THO:'-IPS0:'-1

E phraim . Utah (·You'r(• J\s Prr•Uy As A Picture" OLEAN CHlDESILR Bicknell. Utah "J-Ioppy Go Lucky."

J\1ARJORIE ANDERS0:'-1 Ephraim, Utalo \Veors A Pair of

"J-/e

Si/wr

\.\lings." VERA JEAN LARSEl'\ Brigloano City. Utah ")-lomesici<-Tiwt's All" BARBARA ALDER Manti, Utalo "Moonlight Becomes You."

DeLENE OCKEY Ncploi, Utah "A Liul., Dreom Tlwt. Lost It's Way."

KATHRYN PETERSON Ephraim, Utah "\VIw \Vouldn'l Loue You." DELMAR ALBERT

l-IICIIAi'vl

Gunnison, Utah "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby?"

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CLASS OFFICERS

COVERT. I IUTCHINSON. TAYLOR. FITZGERALD

We, the J uniors, have come togeth er for the first time as a class, to add to Snow College our buoyant sch ool spirit, our gaiety, and our studi­ ousness. Our Prom was an outstanding success. The hmior g irls were overjoved for the first time since th e duration,.......,their warriors had returned. O�r theme, "Dancing in the Dark," was beaut ifully portrayed in blue and white. We are th anldul as a class for the institution we attend. Ali of us look forward to our next year as Seniors,...f...., or more to learn, and more to live.

Class Officers were: Hutchinson,

Ttventy}our

Shcrrcf Taylor, president; Ann Fitzgcruld, vice-president; Bessie

secretary-treasurer;

OeLon Covert,

activity

agent.

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DAVID C. CHRISTENSEN Ephraim, Utah "Let j\1,, Love Yo" Tonig/,t'' ANITA DEAKIN Ephraim, Utah

";\ Friend Of Yours" LELL BAGLEY Koosharem, Utah 'Til Get By"

COL YNN HANSEN

Ephraim, Utah ''I'm Sitting On Top World."

Of The

DcLON COVERT Spring City, Utah "That Sly Old Gentlenurn."

ARLEA l\1AE HOPE Spring City. Utah "Angel /n Disguise"

VaLENE CHERRY Ephraim, Utah ''Yot<'re Tlw Ideo/. Of My Dreams"

GARVENE FAUX Moroni, Utah "Pin-Up Girl"

DEAUN CHRISTENSEN Ephraim, Utah "Did You Ever See A \:Volking ?"

Dream

LcDALE BAILEY Ephraim, Utah "Young Man In Love." ROGER

RASMUSSE1

Epl1rairn, Utnh "You're The Apple Of My Eye"

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MACK CAMP Burrvi l lc. Utah ··ot, 1-low I f-fote To Get In J'/,e Morning."

Up

PATRICIA NIELSON Ep l1 ra irn , lJtah ''I've Cot My Love Tu Keep Me \�farm."

LaJUNE BOCf l J\1nyficld. Utah .. )' O!l.re So Swed. to l<C'mPmLer" LUCILE CHRISTENS£, to be o Cowboy's

"{ \•Vnnt Sweetheart.··

ROBERT C.

''I

On

PEHRSON

Monticello, Utah don ' t wont to Set. t./,e \Vorlcl

Fire."

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SILAS L. McCAFFERTY Epl�raim. Utah "I Love My Boby."

LOIS PENROD j\•lanti, Utah "Don't Speoh to Me About Men"

My

SHIRLEY MELLOR J\1anti. Utah "Are Ynh Spoi<Pn Fer?"

EULA LEA BLAIN Spring City, Utrd, .. Put Your Arms J\rnuncl J-lo,Py.··

TI-IOJ\!AS A TOKES J\1urray. Utah "CiPe MP o. Girl. In My L�rrus Tonigli!."

KEITH SUDWEE KS Ep l�rain:, Utah ''f'n• Dreaming Tonigl•t Of Blne Eyes."

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BETH LARSON f"crron, Utah "Arell't You Gfurf Yo11' rp

You?"

FRANCIS BLACK Spring City. Utah Ain't Nobocly's Oorling".

LEWIS JENSEN Spring City. Utah ';ArP You f-laving Any Fun?"

PATRICIA JUSTESEN Spring City. Utah " Tfwt feeling in !Tw Moonlig/t:"


DEUviA TUTTLE Manti, Utah 'Til Buy Tl10t Dream"

Latv!AR SORENSOt Ephraim, Utuh "Don't \Vaste Your Tears On M" ..

BURNESS BUCHANA Venice, Utah "Tiwt' s For J11,.:·

BESSIE HUTCHINSOf'\ Manti, Utah ·'I Double Dare You." WILBUR BRAITHWAITE /Vlanti, Utah "I Met. J-ler On Monduy"

EW-IICE CHRISTENSE0: Ephraim. Utah "Sweell1eort of All My Dreams."

IRIS CHRISTIANSEN J\'layfield, Utah "Stety As Sweet. As Yo" Are."

LOLA DEE SCI lULTZ Epl.rnim, Utalt ··sl,e is ]us! a Snilor's Sweetl1eor!" MAXI NE JENSE• Spring City, Utah "Out Of This vVorlc!" KEITH BOWN J\'lan!i, Utah "Don't SpPC..I, To Me \Vornen. ··

NORtVlA DE,\0/ Ephraim, Utah "Yon Do Somet.hing To

About

ZANE TAYLOR Ep hraim, Utah ''1 1-loven't Time to Be lionaire."

"

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ALLENE OSBORN Torrey, Utdh 'Twitterpa.lecl''

7¥/e."

SPERR Y DONNA JEA Ncplli, Utah ''They're Eitl;er too Young Too Old."

or

BRUCE CHRI STENSEN Ephraim. Utah "\lv'il/ie, tf,e \Vol.{ of t1w \Vest.."

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THEONE OSBORNE Spring City, Utah

REID JENSEN Ephraim, Utah

"Kiss Me Again.路路

'I iAn'! Got \Vomen.''

No Use For Tlw

BETTY LUE MAYLETT Manti, Gtah

"You Will Sweetheart."

Always

MILDRED PO'vVELL Nephi, Utah

"Tiwre's A Mun In My Life" .. "I

Be

i\1ARVA BARTHOLOMEW Fayette, Utah

"Let's Have A Love Affair."

LaRUE STRI NGHAM Manti. Utah

My

"You Metde Me Love You."

HELEN OLSEN Moroni. Utah

"It Mi.gl1t As Well Be Spring."

SHERREL TAYLOR Aurora, Utah Can't Give You Anything

"There's Only One Girl in tlw 'v\lorlcl For Me."

GERALD NIELSE!'i Salina, Utah

"

I Get t/w Neck of th.e Chiclwn"

VIRGINIA BARTON Manti, Utah ''/ Dream Of You."

"Don't Sit Under th.e Apple Tree"

VERL DEAN PHILLIPS Springville. Utah ''I \Vish I 1-letd " Girl."

But Love, Mildred." THAYNE JARRETT Nephi, Utah

JUNE CARPENTER Manti, Utah

GARTH BECK Centerfield. Utah

"Tlwy're All My Type."

ELECTA ROBERTSON ]\lloroni. Utah 'Tm. Always Cfwsin.g Rai.nbows".


EVEREIT HANSEN Burrvi l l e, Utah "Take It Easy". BEITY

MARILOU CHRISTIANS£ T THEO McKEAN Ephraim, Utah Birdseye, Utah "My Buddy" "He's My Guy." OLSON ERICKSON NORMA JACKSON Ephraim, Utah Ephraim, Utah "/-low Many Hearts Have You "1 /ust Kissed Your Picture Broken?" Goodnight. "

FERN RYMER Grover, Utah ''Dark Eyes"

''I'm STELLA LEE ANDERSON Ephraim, Utah "J-Iubba, /-lubba, Hu.bb<t ...

JAY DALLEY Gunnison, Utah "He Knows The Way."

1'1ACE JOHNSOt Ephraim, Utah o Yan.kee Doodle Dandy".

ANN FITZGERALD

INA HUNTSMAN Torrey, Utah "My Dreoms Are Getl.i.ng Better All the Time."

ROBERT H. ALLRED Ephraim, Utah "Roll Out The Barrel."

BEITY LARSEN Manti, Utah 'To You, Beautiful Lady."

Ephraim, Utah l.o be Thank-

"J've Got Plenty (,{ For."

MAXINE STRATE Spring City, Utah "Sleepy-time Gal."

BUDDY SHEPHERD Salina, Utah "1 Had the Crazies! Drea.m."

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gopďż˝ CLASS OFFICERS

Sl-lULTZ. OLSEN. NIELSON. GREAYES

Once more another school year has drawn to a close. This last year of high school is one to be remembered by all of us. Our hearts are turned to gladness when we think of the many enjoyable times we have had together. As we lool< back over our h igh sch ool days, we realize that they are important stepping stones in our lives. \Ve have found much joy and satisfaction in our association with fellow students, as well as in th e dances, sports, and other things that are so important in school life. Our l ast two years of high school were made truly enjoyable by the other students and faculty at Snow. Our class officers were : Verda M ae Sh ultz, president; Madge Greaves, vice-presiclent; Melvin O l sen, secretary and treasurer; Carolyn Nielson, activity agent.

LaRell Sparks

Aleth Olsen

Calvin Sorensen

Clair

Anderson


GEORGIA LARRY

K E I SEL

HANSEN

VERDA MAE SCHULTZ ;\JA DENE

DE i'v! ILLE

BENNIE tv!ORTENSEN BEL VA DAWN HANSEN ATHLEN

OLSEN

MEL VONA SORENSON

SHI RLEY

SUDWEEKS

LaRELL EVAN LARSEN vVINNIFRED OLSEN RUTH OLSEN

MELVIN OLSEN SH I R LEY l-IOPE FROST ELAINE NICHOLLS KATHLEEN UVINGSTO

CAROLYN N I ELSON TERAL THORPE MADGE GREAVES NOLA

PETERSON

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CLASS OFFI CERS

CHRISTENSEN,

THOMPSON.

PETERSON,

ANDERSON

As time goes by we will always remember this year at Snow. Among pleasant memories acquired here, we would like to i nclude the many friends and the grand teachers we have had to associate with. They have done much to inspire and encourage us to seek higher educational levels. Without them, school life would have been less interesing. Our social life at Snow has been fuii of pleasure. The assemblies, dances, ball games and, last but not least. our initiations, will always be remembered. oar

So to Snow College we say: 'Thank you for the past year." Class officers were : Edgar Peterson, president; LuGene Ander足 son, vice-president; Camile Thompson, secretary and treasurer; Nola Christensen, activity agent.

RICHARD LARSEN

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RAMONA JENSEN

BOYD

HANSEN


RONALD PETERSON FAUN DE i'vi!LLE GLEN

PETERS0!'\1

LEDA

JORGENSON

JUNIOR JACKSON BARBARA ANDERSON

DE VON ALL!�ED

vVlLLIAM WERl\'Z OWEN BENSON

SHELETII LARSEN LA RAE BURR THORA CHRISTENSEN


ROGER

PETERSON

NEAL JOHNSON FAYE ANDERSON

'fED FUNK V IVIAN JENSEN BONNIE POULSON

VONlEL JENSEN CLAIRE DEAN DON POULSON

CAM.ILLE l.'HOi'vlPSON BENNETT N I ELSEN LU GENE ANDE R SON

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RICI-IARD

CHRISTENSEN

ERMA ANDERSON LILA DORIOUS

GRACE JORGENSON OLA CHRISTENSEN EDGAR PETERSON

BYRON GASSMAN LA VEE BAILEY

ANNA LAURA MORTE:'-JSON

EI{IS SONDRUP VIRL NUTfALL LA 7ELL DE fviiLLE

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Despain, Faux, Hansen, Barlholomcw. Sudweeks , StringLarn. \\/hillock, Pelerwn, Greaves

EDITOR

NOR!'vtA PETERSON

BUSINESS MANAGER COPY

...... BETTY JEAN DESPAIN .

.

.

BETH

ANN WHITLOCK

LA RUE STRINGJ-JAf\1

COPY AOVEI�TISING

.

SNAPS

GAR VEN E

COLYNN

1\IIARVA

SNAPS

S UDWEEK S

G'vVEN

AIJVISFR PI-/OTOGRAPI-/ER

HANSEN

BARTHOLOME\V

KEITH

SNAPS

FAUX

f. J

CI�EAVES GURNEY

SNOWONIAN SALESM. IN

SARA i"IAE GLEAVE

SNOWONIAN SALESMAN

VERDA f\'IAE SCI-IULTZ

SNOWONIAN SALF.SMAN

AN\IA LAURA fVIORTE\ISON

AOVF:RTISING SALESMAN

MIH.IAfVI JENKINS

!IDVERTISING SALESMAN

MARILOU CHRISTIANSEN

ADVERTISING SALESMAN

1\fARIETfA CARLILE

i\OVEXCISING SAr.ESMAN ADVERTISING

SArJ'.SMAN

ADVERTISING SALFSMAN

ARLEA

HOPE

ELECTA IWBERTS0;\1

CARNELL

LUND


Stokes, Rymer. Ray. Bartholomew. Olsen. Young. Lemon. T ullle. Nielson. Sperry. Stringham, Rosen足 berg, Jenkins, Lund, Fit zgeral d.

EDITOR

GAY ROSENBERG

EDITORIAL ADVISER

FERN A. YOUNG

ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGERS

J'vliRIAM JENKINS ANN FITZGERALD CARNELL LUND LAlRD STRlNGHAiVI

BUSINESS ADVISER SPORTS EDITOR

SOCIETY EDITOR FEATURE

WRITER

REPORTERS

NELLIE RAY . . . .

. TOM STOKES

lVIARVA BARTI-IOLOl'1EvV . iVIILDRED POWELL

. . . . DELMA TUTTLE DONNA JEAN SPERRY. ANN FITZGERALD. FERN BYMER. MELVIN OLSEN. CAROLYN NIELSON. BETH LEMON.

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MORTENS00J. JENSEN. CHERRY. NIELSON, JENKINS. CHIPMAN. PENROD . DESPATN

The Associated \Vom.en Students' orga­ nization has sustained its rank as one of the leading factors in this year's sch ool life. Th e aim of th e club this year was to find hidden talent and bring t h e girls of the sch ool closer together by social activities. Some of their activities included: the annual A. \;v. S. Val­ ent ine Tea. a Fall h ay-ride, a Spring party,

and the Girls' Day and dance. Officers were: Betty Jean D espain, president; Patricia N. Jensen, vice-president; Beverly Nielson, sec­ retary-treasurer; Valene Cherry, activity ag­ ent; Miriam Jenkins, Lois Penrod, Belva Dawn Hansen, Anna Laura Mortensen, rep­ resentatives; Merle Chipman, Faculty adviser.

VALENTINE TEA Held on February 14

Fo,.,_,.


PETERSON. COVERT. STOKES. S. TAYLOR. Z. TAYLOR

The War's end found th e Associated Men's Club increased to their normal enrollment. The dub sponsored activities of i nterest to the entire student body: the Turkey Raffle at Thanksg路iving, the annuallce Carnival, and the annual Beard-Growing Contest. Founder's Day found the dub working to

raise money for the proposed Girls' Dormitory. They were l e d to success by the following officers: Zane Taylor, president ; Thomas Stokes, vice-pres ident ; DeLon Covert, secretary and treasurer ; Sherrel Taylor, activity agent.

BEARD-GROvVING CONTEST

L. BAILEY. reddest: T. STOKES. blackest: E. HANSEN. n10st nrtistic: J. DALLEY. thickest: R. JENSEN. longest: C. NIELSON. thinnest: K. SUDV,iEEKS. wl1itest.

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The Scribblers Club aims to develop creative ability and appreciation of literature and the fine arts. It sponsors an annual short story contest which is open to the student body in order to stimulate academic literary inter­ ests. The officers for the year were: Mar­ jorie Anderson, president; Margaret Fjeldsted, vice-president; Rachel Thompson and Kath­ ryn Peterson, secretaries; Miss Phillips, F ac. ulty adviser.

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The Stragglers Club, organized for all students from outlying districts, is known as a fun dub. Officers were: Carnell Lund, pres­ ident; Thomas Stokes, vice-president; Marce­ line Bailey, secretary; Marva Bartholomew, activity agent; Miss Phillips, Faculty adviser.


'Snow s cheering secti.on lmown as the Badgrettes. stimulate the sch ool spirit and cheer on Snow s team to win. Officers for the year were Carnell Lund, president , VaLene Cherry, vice-president , Beth Larson, secretary and treasurer , Anna Laura Morten足 sen reporter Ann Fitzgerald and Mildred Powell. activity agents Mrs. Fros t, Faculty adviser.

The International Relations Club, for all those individuals who are interested in current problems of national and international impor足 tance, has been headed this year by Myles Michaelson, president , Barbara Alder vice足 president Shirley Meilor, secretary and treas足 urer Margaret Fjelds ted, program chairman , A. l . Tippetts. Faculty adviser.

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The Home Economics Club is an organi­ zation which stimulates i nterest in home eco­ nom ics work The dub held a social one eve­ ning each month, at which time they di.scussed subjects of interest to t h e members. Their year s project was to sup ply the girls lounge with a vanity table and m irror The dub was led by Lola Dee Schultz, president Virginia Barton, vice-president Betty Larsen , secre­ tary Eunice Christensen, activity agent J\1iss Ch ipman and Mrs. Gassman, Faculty advis ­ ers.

The Sigma Delta Chi is a dramatic orga­ nization, and is composed of students who have special talent. Informal evening parties, a variety show and a banquet at the end of the year have made up a great part of the so­ cial life of this dub. Officers were Kathryn Peterson, president DeLene Ockey vice­ president Shirley Mellor secretary Stella Lee A nderson, activity agent; and Mrs. Rowe, Faculty adviser.


Snaps tahn on the An n ua l Ma ple Canyon Day H i l<e

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Each year the Student Body sponsors a Christmas decorati.on contest between the different classes. The con test this year was won by t he Freshman class /or their original and artistic decoration of the library.

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The crowd assembled around the [ire.

An lee Carnival is sponsored annually by the Associated Men s Club. Mildred Powell was ch osen lee Queen, with Betty Larsen and Sara Mae Gleave as attendan ts. Prizes were gi.ven to Erma Anderson as the best girl skater and David Christensen for best man skater Betty Larsen was awarded a pillow for falling down the most.

The Queen and Her Attendants

The Champions


Crowd leaving the morning program

Some of the Bazaar exhibits

Founder s Day th is year was celebrated in connection with a drive to raise funds for the proposed Gi rl s Dormitory The day s events in­ cluded a program in the morning, a carnival in the afternoon, and a bazaar and dance in the evening The traditional ligh ting of the 'S" and the torchlight parade were included in the celebration activities. Miss Beth Larsen of Ferron and Mr Zane Taylor of Ephraim, pre­ sided as Lady and Gentleman over the Founder s Day activities.

Founder s Day King and Q ueen

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ARLEA HOPE

Prom Lady LELL BAGLEY

Prom Gentleman

The Juniors looked forward anxiously to the coming of their Junior Prom .

There was much t o b e done a n d it took the combi n ed eHor路t s of

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Glimpses of the Ball

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CALVIN THOMSON

Snowonian Popular 1'1an Upper D ivision

ANNA LA URA MORTENSEN

Snowonian Popular Lady Lower Division

RICHARD LARSEN

Snowonian Popular 1\1an Lower D ivisi n

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WINNIFRED OLSEN

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CALVIN THOMSON

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BYRON GASSMAN Social Service, scholarship honors, panel. commercial award VERDA MAE SCHULTZ, Social service, wood­ wind, scholarship honors CAMILLE THOMPSON scholarship award, American Legion Essay First Place, commercial award LU GENE ANDERSON scholarship award, American Leg·ion Essay honorable mention ZANE TAYLOR. Gurney award chemistry l 2, 3 LA J UNE BOGH, scholarship award BETH ANN WHITLOCK, social service, scholarship honors RACHEL THOMPSON scholarship award ; ANN FITZGERALD social service MARJORIE ANDERSON scholar­ ship award NORMA PETERSON scholarship honors KATHRYN PETERSON scholarship honors MARGARET FJELDSTED schol­ arship honors GAY ROSENBERG, scholarship honors. LARRY HANSEN basketball COL YNN HANSEN tennis, brass ALETH OLSEN debate LA RELL LARSEN basl<etball ELAINE NICHOLLS. retold story . NOLA PETERSON poetry read­ ing . BENNIE HEATH. basketball ATHLEN OLSEN debate. schol­ arship honors CAROLYN NIELSON retold story ERMA ANDER­ SON humorous reading ; FAUN DE MILLE. humorous reading schol­ arship honors MIRIAM JENKINS. scholarship honors CALYIN THOMSON, scholarship honors , IRIS CHRISTIANSEN scholarship honors HELEN OLSEN scholarship honors DAN KELLER. schol­ arship honors BENNIE MORTENSEN basketball DE VON ALL­ RED basketball , LE DALE BAILEY basketball. track BUDDY SHEPHARD basketball ROBERT NIELSON basketball JAY DALLEY. basketball MACE JOHNSON basketball. CORLESS CHAPMAN. vocal. scholarship honors OLEAN CHIDISTER. Dean award...... music efficiency TEARLE THORPE. basketball KEITH SUD WEEKS. string; MELYIN OLSEN, debate WILBUR BRAITHWAITE. woodwind, tennis PERRY CHRIST ENSEN tennis WINNIFRED OLSEN brass, American Legion Essay First Place scholarship honors CLAIRE DEAN string STEL­ LA LEE ANDERSON Rowe humorous reading first place VIRGIN lA BARTON. Rowe reading first place SHIRLEY S UDWEEKS. vocal. scholarship honors MELVONA SORONSEN debate EARL ERICKSON tennis FRED MORTENSEN. te n n i s MADGE GREAYES. retold story ANNA LAURA MORTENSEN scholar­ ship honors , EDGAR PETERSON scholarship honors ; NOLA CHRISTENSEN scholarship honors. Fi{ty-{ive


1 946,_,significant because it began without the shadow of war over this Institution and because it culminated in the return of our fellows. Now veterans of war, they have come back with a fuller appreciation of the educational opportuni­ ties¡ offered i n our great lmowledge-seeking nation, and their earnest desire to m ake up in attainment for all they have lost has height�ned our goals. given rise to our admiration, strengthened our ideals. It is altogether fitting that we pause to extend a sincere welcome and perhaps utter a little prayer of thankfulness for their return.

And gratitude, although sometimes difficult to

express, i s in our h earts for what they gave and are giving.


RO\V I. Thurl yn Ch ristensen, Moron i ; Glen Childs, Ephraim ; Fred Mortensen, Eph raim; Roger Rasmussen, Ephraim ; Robert Larsen, Ephraim ; Glen K. Goodwin, Grover ; Earl Erick son, M anti. ROW II . Dan Keller, Manti ; Leland Dyreng, Eph raim ; Robert Jen足 sen. Ephraim ; Clair Rosenberg, Centerfield ; Jean W. Wilde. Car足 ey, Idah o ; Nel don Jensen, Spring City. ROW Ill : Courtney Syme, Moroni ; Darrell Stewart, Fairview; Lyman Nelson, M t . Pleasant; Ross Weight, Springville ; Raymond L. Pet足 erson, M urray ; Ch arles Nielson, Ephra i m ; Jack Rasmussen, Manti.


SNOW COLLEGE CHORUS

Gilbert and Sullivan's "THE MIKADO" Directed by H . A. Dean and presented by The Snow College Music Department

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" HANDEL ' S MESSI AH" Directed b y H . A. De�n a n d presented by t h e Snow College Mugic Department

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THE TIP-OFF In the Sanpete division basketball race this year, the Snow H igh Badgers won the championsh ip with a record of 9 wins and only 1 loss. As a result of this v ictory, they went to the Regional tournament in R ich ­ field, at which they readily wall{ed away with first place. At the annual State High Sch ool Tourna ment they lost their second game and thus for­ feited their chance to play for first place. They won all the rest of their games, however, and won fourth place. S CORES Snow 44

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The Tip- Up Wah Weber The end of the war saw Snow once more with a college basl<etball learn. Although the team was hand ica pped i n many ways, under the able direction of Coach Warner, Snow was once more rated among th e top teams of th e Intermountain R egion. S C O R E S Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow Snow

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SNOW COLLEGE DRAMATIC CLASS ,..... Presents

" SISTER SUSIE S WINGS IT" By DOI::.OTI-IY STERLING

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These /our We just adore

The two-step Slw 's really hep

Bob and Miss Ray Off for the day

-Miss Ray at home Does she have a p hone ?

Meet Miss Tony She 's no phony.

Look at t hat lt might be Pat.

Five by five 17\1an a l路 we.1

Look behind You will find,.......,

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On the walk About to talk

From Spring City What a pity

His heart sings On violin strings Caught by chance What a glance

Chem-ette Busy, I ' ll bet

Professor sin What a grin

Wider Sesame If could be

Sweet smile All the while

Handsome B luebeard Needs to be sheared.

ls s he posed No one Tmows

Who is this O ur Thompson M.iss

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What strange creature is this, Isn't someone amiss?

This looT�s lilw a fake, Turn around [or fwaven's sak e.

Characters /rom story land Farm t his p icturesque little band Straight and tall R.eady [or a [all.

Sleepy heads ] usL out o[ bed. She looks alright, Dressed in w hite. This gal's a card, She knew how to work hard.

Swing 'em to and fro, She's hep and ready to go.

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Where va' been, Sluffi ďż˝' again ?

The day a[ter tlw night be/ore Headaches , regrets by the score. Homeward bounrl Sa[e and sound.

Could it be They are known to you and me ? vVhat Ho ! l ...... men Around this menless den ? Two beautiful b londes , happy and gay Tu m ed Siamese on us one clay


A journey to A laska wouldn' t be amiss If we could find glamour ldw this.

Is s he sad Or plenty mad ?

A bathing beauty Off the line of duty. The sun is s hining bright, Please t urn o�t the light· Y wn ywn and t hese two s hare Some thin� you can't buy anywhere.

l\1aking faces at the camera. In a sort of panorama.

Th e Fel low's a n an geL o r s o the tale goes l'1aybe so.....- w ho knows ?

Carefree and gay She lives tl·wt way. Three "Snowettes " in a row Waitin ' for some place to go. e ve n l y scuen


Thi.s is not a beauty contest /ust G. I . 's at their best.

Pret ty srnile Plenty s ty le.

Olean at her best She passes the test.

Miss [ive by [ive Full of jumpin' jive.

A dav. in the snow, Wet an d cold, we know

One, two, t hree.....颅 Ldw what you see ?

Wirmifred and Lucille How happy t twy mus t [eel. Sevc,,f.y-ei91'l

TTwre i t s tood In t he heart of t he wood.

Pals all t he way Carefr路ee and gay.


The wolf o[ Snow They ought to know.

Gray 's philosophy Came to li[e, we see

Anna and LaRae On initiation day.

Well Benny You rate plenty.

Sweet and shy ]ust s tanding by.

Cold winter day Two lasses at play路

Hey .Miss wise \Vhere did you get those,...... levies?

Sailing high Next he " ll fly.

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A slwt at the lake T/1e cnmera did take.

Boys at Snow That we all know. Mop -top Maggie Your crown is s haggy.

Count the eyes, Take the prize.

These frequent tlw halls Bet ween calls.

Those beauties four lust mop the floor.

Who are these Under the trees ?


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see a turkey dinner The gang's all here

Simply imagination

Let's give a cheer It's knees

Tony at night Quite a sight.

The camera sees

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Legs, legs and more legs And hoy ! Do I like 'em Girls on his knee Mrs. Gurney better not see

This may he just an act But look at that knack Wow ! (whist le) ooohh.....足 Say now, will this do ?

Eight waitin To go datin' !

Li[e looks so easy Doing as you pleezy

We can't make this rhyme But wis l1 they were here all the lime

Skiis and s kies But no guys

Just we three Happy are we

Gather round Look what we [ound

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DR. OTTO NIELSEN, D. D. S. Ephraim, Utah

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wishes t o express a w o r d o f t h anks and appreciation t o the patrons who h ave h elped to make t h is book possible. R e m e m b e r them when you buy.

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MANTI THEATRE H ome of Good Shows

ARMADA DANCE HALL Winter Dancing

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MILLSTREA Summer Dancing S O UTHERN UTAH'S FINEST O PEN A IR HALL

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THE WHITE AND GOLD

Oh, flag of White and Gold, To the breeze unfurled as we shout all hail I A story sweet is told in each silken fold, \Vhich we love so well ; A tale of love and youth and the search for truth In our temple fair O h banner so bright, rich as gold, pure and white To be like you is our fond prayer, A nd that is why we love to see you wave above.

Chorus : Our . Dear Snow College, The fount of truth and knowledge. That's where we spend the 路 golden hours of life. Within that sacred temple as friends we all assemble, And seek to make th ose hours with beauty rife ; And when, in future ages, we lool< back o'er the pages, And ponder o'er our deeds and struggles old. So fondly we'll remember and most of all we'll treasure Our college days so bright with rays of white and gold.

Oh colors, Gold and "-'hite, for you we'll fight, We'll guard you with our might and keep you bright By night and day Till our hearts like you will be as pure and free, And as full of cheer. The Snow's purest white and the sun; s golden light These our symbols forever dear They fill each spacious hall and brighten every wall of . . .

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vVe are the builders of the future. A challenge awaits us,....., w e must change the thinl<ing and rebuild the ideals of a war-torn world, so that men can be at peace with them­ selves, with their fellowmen, and with their God. As we look " toward the dawn of a new age," let us take up our challenge with a prayer for wisdom, guidance, under­ standing, and patience. Let us have faith in man's inherent ability to meet this challenge and to master it.

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