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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Hamilton Posts ~ From the Lee R. Christensen Collection




North Sanpete Junior High 1936-37





FACULTY - 1936-37


Front Row L to R: Verl Johanson (Principal), unk, Merlin Christensen


Second Row L to R: Marsden Allred, unk, unk, Pauline Peterson, Reese Anderson, Max Blaine.




Hamilton Elementary 1941




HAMILTON GRADE SCHOOL BAND 1933-34: Marsden Allred, teacher

Front Row L to R: Gordon Brunger, Edwin Seeley, Unk, Unk, Croft Larsen, Perry Peel, Unk Frank Neilson, Unk, Unk.

Second Row L to R: Robert Fowles, Don Johansen, Kenneth Jones, Keith Anderson, Buddy Christensen, Phil Squires, Boyd Seely, Unk, Wayne Peterson, Marsden Allred.

Third Row L to R: Unk, Micky Nelson, Unk, Beth Lund, Unk, Unk, Unk, Rex Christensen, Shrol Erickson, Wayne Burnside.





HAMILTON ELEMENTARY FIFTH GRADE Year ???





Sunday, February 26, 2017

JOURNEY OF FAITH continued


With permission of David R. Gunderson, we include the following book to our blog.   I will do a few increments at a time, as I have done with the Andrew Madsen and James Monsen histories.  I will also paste the pages over to David's own blog page: http://davidrgunderson.blogspot.com/
This book will be of interest to not only the Gunderson Family but also to the BrothersonEricksenPeel,   Madsen, Larsen and more.

JOURNEY OF FAITH
Erick and Caroline Gunderson

Gunderson p 62
Gunderson p 63
Gunderson p 64
Gunderson p 65
Gunderson p 66
Gunderson p67
Gunderson 68
Gunderson p 69
Gunderson p 70
Gunderson p 71
Gunderson p72
Gunderson p 73
Gunderson p 74

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Making History Today ~~~ Melania Trump, Our New First Lady ~ Shared by Larry Staker





DESPITE BEING MARRIED TO THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL PRESIDENTIAL
CANDIDATE IN AMERICAN HISTORY, MELANIA TRUMP REMAINS AN ENIGMA.   THE
MYSTERY THAT COMES WITH HER RESERVED PERSONALITY MAKES MELANIA AN EASY
TARGET FOR LIBERALS AS ARTICLES LABELING HER AS A "MANNEQUIN" AND
CONDEMNING HER SILENCE ARE PUBLISHED DAILY.         WHEN I LEARNED THE
TRUTH ABOUT MELANIA TRUMP, I REALIZED SHE WAS THE LIVING DEFINITION OF
A  - THE KIND OF FIRST LADY THAT AMERICA HAS BEEN DEPRIVED OF FOR FAR TOO
LONG.   MELANIA TRUMP HAS GRACED THE COVERS OF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS
FASHION INDUSTRY MAGAZINES. BUT LIKE MANY AMERICANS TODAY, MELANIAS SUCCESS
WAS THE RESULT OF A COURAGEOUS WORK ETHIC AND HUMBLE BEGINNINGS.       
  MELANIJA KNAVS WAS BORN ON APRIL 26, 1970 IN THE SMALL SLOVENIAN
RAILROAD TOWN OF SEVNICA - LONG BEFORE SHE CHANGED THE SPELLING OF HER NAME
TO PURSUE A MODELING CAREER.   DESPITE THE STRUGGLES MANY SLOVENIANS FACED
DURING THE COUNTRYS COMMUNIST TIMES, THE KNAVSES WORKED EXTREMELY HARD TO
GIVE THEIR CHILDREN A POSITIVE UPBRINGING.       MELANIAS MOTHER,
AMALIJA ULCNIK, WORKED DEVELOPING PATTERNS AT A FACTORY THAT MANUFACTURED
CHILDRENS CLOTHING. SHE HAD MET VIKTOR KNAVS IN 1966 WHO WORKED AS A
CHAUFFEUR FOR A NEARBY TOWNS MAYOR.   THEY INSTILLED MELANIA AND HER
SISTER WITH CONSERVATIVE VALUES SUCH AS PUTTING FAMILY FIRST AND HAVING
EXCEPTIONAL WORK ETHIC. AFTER LOOKING AT THE PICTURE OF MELANIAS PARENTS
BELOW, ITS CLEAR SHE INHERITED THEIR TIMELESS GOOD LOOKS TOO!         
_"I LOVE MY CHILDHOOD. IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL CHILDHOOD," MELANIA SAID. HER
SON, BARRON (10), SPEAKS SLOVENIAN FLUENTLY AND USES IT TO SPEAK WITH HIS
GRANDPARENTS, WHO NOW LIVE NEAR THE TRUMPS IN NEW YORK AT TRUMP TOWER._  
MELANIAS FATHER LEFT HIS JOB AS A CHAUFFEUR TO BECOME A SALESMAN AT A
STATE-OWNED CAR COMPANY IN LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA AND FOUND HIS FAMILY AN
APARTMENT THERE - ALL TO PROVIDE HIS CHILDREN WITH EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION
OPPORTUNITIES WITH THEIR NEW PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS.      AMALIJAS CAREER AS
A SEAMSTRESS HAD A PROFOUND IMPACT ON MELANIA. ONCE MELANIA LEARNED TO
DRAW, SHE WOULD SKETCH HER OWN DESIGNS, AND HER MOTHER OR SISTER, INES,
WOULD SEW THEM. MELANIA ALSO MADE HER OWN JEWELRY.   AMALIJA SPENT
EVENINGS AFTER WORK SEWING CLOTHING FOR HERSELF AND HER TWO DAUGHTERS.
INSTEAD OF WEARING CLOTHES FROM THE STORE, THE KNAVSES DESIGNED AND SEWED
EVERYTHING THEY WORE. MELANIAS CHILDHOOD FRIENDS REMEMBER HER ALWAYS BEING
DRESSED ELEGANTLY AND CARRYING HERSELF WITH CONFIDENCE - THERE WAS ALWAYS
SOMETHING STRIKING ABOUT HER.      MELANIAS MODELING CAREER BEGAN WHEN
SHE WAS 16-YEARS-OLD AT A MODELING CONTEST WHEN SHE ATTRACTED THE ATTENTION
OF PHOTOGRAPHER STANE JERKO, WHOSE TEST PHOTOS OF THE BREATHTAKING TEENAGER
RESULTED IN HER SIGNING WITH A MODELING AGENCY IN MILAN.       DESPITE
HER SUCCESS AS A MODEL, MELANIAS GOAL WAS TO BECOME A DESIGNER. SO SHE
APPLIED TO THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA IN
SLOVENIA, BECOMING ONE OF THE FEW TO PASS THE SCHOOLS NOTORIOUSLY DIFFICULT
ENTRANCE EXAMS.      WHILE PURSUING HER DEGREE IN DESIGN AND
ARCHITECTURE, MELANIA REMAINED FOCUSED IN SCHOOL. SHE DIDNT DRINK, OR
PARTY, NOR DID SHE SMOKE. EVEN WITH THE TEMPTATIONS SURROUNDING HER AS A
COLLEGE STUDENT AND SUCCESSFUL MODEL, MELANIA LIVED A QUIET HOMEBOUND LIFE.
  _"SHE KEPT TO HERSELF, SHE WAS A LONER. AFTER A SHOOT OR A CATWALK, SHE
WENT HOME, NOT OUT. SHE DIDNT WANT TO WASTE TIME PARTYING," JERKO
REMEMBERS._   AFTER OBTAINING A DEGREE IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, MELANIA WAS JETTING BETWEEN PHOTO SHOOTS IN PARIS
AND MILAN - BUT MELANIA HAD EVEN BIGGER DREAMS. MELANIA KNEW THAT IF SHE
WANTED TO ACHIEVE HER GOALS SHE WOULD HAVE TO MOVE TO AMERICA.         
  SHORTLY AFTER SHE BEGAN PURSUING HER MODELING DREAMS IN AMERICA, MELANIA
STRUGGLED TO FIND WORK BECAUSE SHE WAS CONSIDERED "TOO OLD." THE MODELING
INDUSTRY ISNT FRIENDLY TO MODELS ONCE THEY HIT THEIR LATER TWENTIES, AND AT
JUST 26-YEARS-OLD, MELANIA WAS WORRIED HER BEST DAYS WERE ALREADY BEHIND
HER.   MELANIA WENT TO CASTINGS EVERY DAY, BUT PHOTOGRAPHERS CONTINUED
PICKING SOMEONE ELSE OVER HER, AND OFTEN SOMEONE YOUNGER. SHE WAS HAVING A
DIFFICULT TIME SUPPORTING HERSELF, AND ENDURED THE CHALLENGING SEASON WHILE
BEING OVERSEAS, AWAY FROM HER TIGHT-KNIT FAMILY BACK IN SLOVENIA.     
EVENTUALLY, MELANIA GOT HER "BIG BREAK" AND IT WASNT LONG BEFORE SHE GRACED
THE MAGAZINES COVERS OF VOGUE, HARPERS BAZAAR, BRITISH GQ, IN STYLE, NEW
YORK MAGAZINE, THE SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT ISSUE, ALLURE, SELF,
GLAMOUR, VANITY FAIR, AND ELLE.         WHILE AT A PARTY DURING THE NEW
YORK FASHION WEEK IN THE FALL OF 1998, MELANIA MET . SHE WAS A TALL, SHY
BRUNETTE AT JUST 28-YEARS-OLD - WHILE TRUMP WAS A BRASH 52-YEAR-OLD REAL
ESTATE MOGUL.   _"I DIDNT KNOW MUCH ABOUT DONALD TRUMP," SHE SAYS OF THEIR
FIRST ENCOUNTER. "I HAD MY LIFE, I HAD MY WORLD. I DIDNT FOLLOW DONALD
TRUMP AND WHAT KIND OF LIFE HE HAD."_      ALTHOUGH TRUMP ATTENDED THE
PARTY WITH A DATE, HE WAS INSTINCTIVELY DRAWN TO MELANIA. WHEN TRUMPS DATE
WENT TO THE BATHROOM, HE SEIZED THE OPPORTUNITY TO CHAT FOR A FEW MINUTES
WITH THE SLOVENIAN MODEL HED NOTICED.   UNLIKE THE WOMEN WHO SWOONED EVERY
TIME THE FAMOUS BILLIONAIRE APPROACHED THEM, MELANIA REMAINED UNIMPRESSED.
WHEN TRUMP ASKED FOR HER NUMBER, SHE REFUSED AND INSTEAD ASKED FOR HIS
CONTACT INFORMATION - SHE DIDNT WANT TO BE JUST ANOTHER WOMAN HE CALLED,
AND SHE WAITED AN ENTIRE WEEK BEFORE CALLING HIM.   _MELANIA WAS CURIOUS
TO SEE IF TRUMP WOULD SUBMIT A BUSINESS NUMBER. "I WANTED TO SEE WHAT HIS
INTENTION IS," SHE EXPLAINS. "IT TELLS YOU A LOT FROM THE MAN WHAT KIND OF
NUMBER HE GIVES YOU. HE GAVE ME ALL OF HIS NUMBERS."_      MELANIAS
CONFIDENCE AND SHOCKING REACTION TO THE WEALTHY PLAYBOY MADE TRUMP EVEN
MORE ATTRACTED TO HER. TRUMP COULD TELL MELANIA WAS BEAUTIFUL AND
INTELLIGENT, AND HE WAS WILLING TO DO WHATEVER IT TOOK TO WIN THE WOMAN OF
HIS DREAMS.   _"IM NOT STAR STRUCK," SHE EXPLAINS. "WE HAD A GREAT
CONNECTION, WE HAD GREAT CHEMISTRY, BUT I WAS NOT STAR STRUCK. AND MAYBE HE
NOTICED THAT."_      MANY ARE QUICK TO CRITICIZE DONALD AND MELANIAS
MARRIAGE DUE TO THEIR AGE DIFFERENCE, BUT AFTER LEARNING MORE ABOUT MELANIA
- ITS EASY TO UNDERSTAND THAT THESE TWO WERE MADE FOR EACH OTHER. MELANIAS
RESERVED PERSONALITY AND TRADITIONAL VALUES BALANCE TRUMPS ASSERTIVE
PERSONALITY AND CONTROVERSIAL BEHAVIOR.      MELANIAS TRADITIONAL VALUES
CAN BE SEEN IN HER ABSENCE FROM TRUMPS CAMPAIGN TRAIL. INSTEAD OF BEING ON
THE ROAD WITH HER HUSBAND, MELANIA CHOSE TO BE AT HOME IN NEW YORK CITY TO
RAISE THEIR 10-YEAR-OLD SON, BARRON.      _"ITS MY CHOICE NOT TO BE THERE
[ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL]," MELANIA SAID. "I SUPPORT MY HUSBAND 100 PERCENT,
BUT …WE HAVE A 10-YEAR-OLD SON TOGETHER, BARRON, AND IM RAISING HIM."_  
   _"THIS IS THE AGE HE NEEDS A PARENT AT HOME," SHE ADDED._       
_"I encouraged him because I know what he will do and what he can do for
America," she said. "He loves the American people and he wants to help
them."_      ALTHOUGH SHES NOT OUT ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL, MELANIA STAYS
INVOLVED IN HER HUSBANDS CAMPAIGN BEHIND-THE-SCENES.   _"Shes told me a
couple of times during the debate, she was very happy with my performances,
if you would want to call them a performance," Donald Trump said. "But she
said, You could tone it down a little bit on occasion, which I
understand."_      _"She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is
on her tongue." - Proverbs 31:26_   MELANIA REVEALED THE BIGGEST UNTRUTH
ABOUT HER HUSBAND IS THE PERCEPTION THAT HES "NASTY."   _"Hes not,"
Melania said. "He has a big heart and [a] very warm heart. You see who he
is on the campaign trail all the time and on television, and I think - you
know America needs a strong leader and a tough leader and [he] knows what
hes doing."_      _"He is who he is," she says. "Even if you give him
advice, he will maybe take it in, but then he will do it the way he wants
to do it. You cannot change a person. Let them be. Let them be the way they
are."_   Melanias passion for philanthropy are just a glimpse of the
difference she could make as our First Lady. Some of the philanthropic
causes shes been involved with include the Martha Graham Dance Company, the
Police Athletic League, the Boys Club of New York, The American Red Cross
and Love Our Children USA.      _"She opens her arms to the poor and
extends her hands to the needy." - Proverbs 31:20_   Though she may not
have experience in politics, Melania Trump is equipped to help her husband
out on the diplomatic front: in addition to her native Slovenian, Melania
speaks four other languages: English, French, Serbian and German.   _"Shes
an incredible mother, she loves her son, Barron, so much. And I have to
say, she will make an unbelievable First Lady," Donald Trump said._     
_"She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread
of idleness." - Proverbs 31:27_   Melania Trumps life story is a vivid
illustration of the American dream. Her humble roots, exceptional work
ethic, and devotion to family clearly sets her apart. If Melania can make
it all the way from Slovenia to the White House, theres no excuse for
excuses, liberals.      _"She is clothed with strength and dignity; she
can laugh at the days to come." - Proverbs 31:25_   DID YOU LEARN
SOMETHING NEW ABOUT DONALD TRUMPS "TROPHY WIFE?"  AMERICA CAN USE A FIRST
LADY LIKE YOU. PLEASE SHARE THIS ARTICLE IF YOU AGREE!

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Lee R. Christensen's WW II Journal continued ......

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By Way of Explanation 

    My Diary ,with photos , covering  the first 6 months of WW 2 has now been posted in full to the Mt Pleasant Pioneer and Relic home Blog and  my Blog (leechristensen.blogspot.com).   It was serialized so the last section starting with May ’42 comes up first but you can scroll  to the first section starting Dec ’41 and then read it thru the four sections.   

Some months down the line I’ll post my week long pass in Paris after stopping the Germans during the Bulge but I’ve posted this first so you won’t think my military service was all “wine, women and song”.   lee
     I started my diary 8th December 1941.  Not because that is the day after Pearl Harbor, but because that was the day the 2nd Battalion 222 Field Artillery Regiment was scheduled to leave for the Oakland (California) Port of Embarkation and the Philippines Islands, code name “Plum.”

     The attack on Pearl Harbor 7th December drastically altered the schedule but it was 3 days before new orders were issued.  In the meantime, we left Camp San Luis Obispo on schedule, motored to San Francisco, crossed the Bay Bridge and spent 4 days at the Oakland Army Base waiting for new orders, unloading our equipment and moving out to a new assignment.

     When this diary starts, I’m a gun Sgt in Btry “D”, 2nd Bn 222 FA Reg. 40th Division.  When the army modernized the Infantry Division in early 1942 Btry “D” became Btry “A” 204 FA Bn-a separate FA battalion.

     Btry “D” (which became Btry “A”) was a Utah National Guard unit federalized 3rd March 1941 and from Mt. Pleasant, Utah.  It was still 65% men from in and around Mt. Pleasant on 8th December.

     I don’t know how good an Army unit had to be to be sent to the Philippines fall of 1941.  But I’ve always thought being selected to go 6 months after going on active duty was commendable recognition.  However, after passing the GHQ tests and being selected, all our over age-in-grade officers were reassigned, one of whom was my father, Major Lee R. Christensen.  We lost the officers’ who made us good.
    The officers we lost went on to lead service units overseas.  The Battalion, at the 204th, regrouped, lost many men to other services, OCS, Air Force, and Cadres but earned 5 battle stars in the ETO.  (European Theatre of Operation.) By then they had modern equipment; radios, jeeps, machine guns and a 155 howitzer that was not a rusting relic of WWl.

Monday, May 11, 1942
They’ve gone and done it.  The worse has come.  We now inspect the trucks be the numbers.  They’re (Duffin) is working on a method of removing dust from the howitzers by the numbers.  God be good to those that cannot count.
The 2nd BN 204 F.A. found this dust haven in the hills today.  After they reach a toughened state we’ll both go to Tennessee.

Sunday, May 17, 1942
Tuesday was to be a “gold bricks” holiday.   Yes, I was going to relax and loaf cause it was moving day.  I didn’t rush my bed to the new area and then., sweet dreams.  That’s what I thought.  It’s true I hurried my bed roll to the new dust bowl and just as soon lost it till late at night.  The second section was assigned to constructing the fire pit and soakage sump. (where the men threw wet garbage and then threw dirt on it) The day was back breaking and hand callousing.   Hell, the digging was tough.
Still in a digging mood we dug fox holes many and deep Wednesday.  Leo Truscott sunk one into the ground four feet deep and five feet long.  It would have taken a direct hit to neutralize him.
Thursday the week begins.  I was called to appear before another Officers Candidate board.  Waved my dusty hand at Camp Dust and was toward Naches pass by 10 am.  Was calling Ft. Lewis home at 3 pm.  “My Favorite Blonde” kept me entertained during the evening.
Some chain smoked.  A few paced the floor.  I chewed gum.  All wondered.  A couple crammed.  Most thought it too late.  Everyone hoped.  That was the lobby scene of the exam room.  It was our day.  Opportunity was at our door.
“Sgt. Christensen A Btry 204 F.A. sir.”
“Be seated Sgt. and make yourself comfortable.”
For the next 15 minutes’ questions on gunnery, ballistics, history and current events were shot my way.  Some I answered, some I didn’t.  I think I got an average score.  Average isn’t good enough.
Chris Madsen and I did the thumbing, Loyd Adams the talking. Result-- Seattle and the Ice Follies.  The Follies are skaters ahead of anything I’ve seen in the entertainment field.  Handball court No 2 Y.M.C.A. listened to my snores.  *(we slept at the Y.M.C.A.)
McCord Field was visited by the three A Btry thumbers Saturday.  Purpose was to investigate why Chris hadn’t been called to the air corps. Found nothing.
It was “thumb up” again to Yakima via Seattle, Washington Lake Bridge and Ellensburg.
Lloyd and I accepted Vernal Christensen’s hospitality and bedded down in Rex Hafen’s hotel room in Yakima.  Early Sunday morning we were rolled out and made to sleep on the floor.
Now its home again.  Home again for a long stay.





Monday, May 18, 1942
The first BN. 204th F.A. got extra duty tonight.  Each and every one of us was marched over to our old camp site and made to police it up.  The band played jolly airs while we crawled along looking for trash.  Kennedy did a hot jitterbug number that kept us from breaking into tears.  Duffin is sort of tough on us.

Wednesday, May 27, 1942
Sunlight minutes crawled hurriedly into Past canyon.  The black hours follow closely.  Time fly’s to my liking.


Rattlesnakes have supplanted apple blossoms in Yakima valley.  It’s a disappointing day if we don’t get five of the buzzing terrifiers.  Nearly everyone can tell if a close strike, fortunately none have yet been better.  The rattlers are not very large here and don’t give much warning.  The rattles are retained and worn on the hat of the exterminator.

The second section was slightly reorganized Monday.  Cpt. John Seely was shifted to the Signal detail while Cpl. Willis Madsen was assigned to the second gun crew.

Del Ray Sorensen has gone home on emergency furlough.  Ralph Hill is pushing Prime Mover over hill and dale.
I seem to have Roy Smitier fixed.  We bet on the Nova-Savold fight with my choice winning.   This makes about the fourth time I’ve collected money from him on bets.
The rains have been present lately.  They keep the dust settled adding a smile to the day.
I’m lonesome tonight—couldn’t get a newspaper.

Sunday, May 31, 1942
I was painting the worn places on Helens dress when the hint was first dropped.  Captain Hatch strolled by and said, “Do a good job your going to be here only twenty more days.”  I didn’t know what he meant tell later Friday evening.
The order read “Sgt. Lee R. Christensen Jr. has been accepted as a candidate for Officers School and he will report to Fort Sill, Oklahoma on or before June 23, 1942.”  I had made one bar now to earn the other one.  Work, fight, work, you will not fail.
The Japs continue to scare someone.  Yesterday being a holiday no passes were issued.  It seems that the Japs are going to attack only on holidays.




Tuesday, June 2, 1942
“Payday! Payday!  What ya gona do with a drunken soldier “payday! Payday!”  That was yesterday.
“What ya gonna to do with a killing headache day after!  Day after!”  That’s today.
Went into town last tonight to get John’s quart.  Saw a show and helped Tiger back to camp.
Went into town today “goldbricking.” (goofing off) Bought me some dark glasses.
Sunset time found me on hands and knees talking to the “bones.”  I must have been convincing as I won fifteen dollars.
Friday, June 5, 1942
Just finished a tour of guard duty.  Nothing got out of the rut.  Mother’s package reached me in non-com meeting.  Nothing to do but open it and pass it around.  The men surely liked the cookies.  Second section has eaten all the rice balls.

(soldier ready for guard duty)



Spirits get lower and lower as the days hotter and hotter.  No one gives a good hoot in hell for anything.  Everyone is trying to get transferred.  Duffin the man breaker.  To hell with Duffin.



Monday, June 8, 1942

“Order Arms.”  Shovels and picks were dropped to order arms in a very military manner.  At that moment Co. Ward ordered Newel Nelson back to the Bty straight for his shovel.  For once a noncom had soldiered too well with his men.  Newel spent Sunday digging ditches.

Our fat covered muscles are being pounded into shape by the obstacle course.  We run around it at a good lope four times a day.  Look out 4 minute mile.

The O.C.S. men are starting to brush up on our work.  A good thing.  Just as well know all we can.

The sweet refrain of cowboy ballads is filling my wigwam.   Tonight the mandolin and guitar players of the BTRY. are here playing.   I prefer this music to any symphony outfit.

Saturday, June 13, 1942

I’m off.  It’s been a man eating week but I made it.  The airplane motors are humming, each turn of the prop taking me farther south.  The pines, swamps and lakes of Washington are stretched and hollow.  Rivers wind and twist still smiling in the otherwise black world.

I thumbed from Yakima Thursday a day ahead of the outlet.  Spent Friday meandering at the Fort trying to get things in order so as to leave.  Saturday, today.   I made it. 
Leaves BN  204th (great outfit) for OCS—class 30.

                                       END
                                        BATTERY OF JUNE 1942

Richard Atkenson                                                ILL.
George Feck                                                          ILL.
Leonard Flavin                                                      ILL.
Joseph Deak                                                         ILL.
Creed McCormick                                                Tenn.
Charles Dunn                                                        Calf.
Ralph Hill                                                               Idaho
Arkly Bilby                                                             ILL.
Walter Goodwin                                                  Utah
Carlton Iverson                                                     Minn.
Samuel Jones                                                        Mo.
Walfred Juntunen                                                Mich.
Donald Kragskow                                                 Neb.
Tomas Kent                                                           Ohio
Estil Kittinger                                                        Mo.
Robert N. Kilgour                                                 Calf.
Lawrence Kime                                                     Calf.
Oliver Laubacher                                                  Ohio
Russ E. Lloyd                                                         Calf.
Melvin E. Link                                                       Missouri
Louis Seal                                                              Calf.
Marrion Modzeldwski                                         Mich.
John Morrison                                                      Calf.
John L. Milner                                                       Ga.
Wesley Mc Shan                                                  Texas
Roy B. Nieker                                                        Calif.
Ernest Noble                                                         Calif.
Thomas Schwenke                                               Mont.
Clyde Tucker                                                         Tenn.
Johnnie Thomas                                                   Tenn.
Vernon True                                                          Calf.
Mike J. Viola                                                         Calf.
Hugh Wiseman                                                    Tenn.
Garvice Williams                                                  Texas
Earl Williams                                                         Texas
William Vesselius                                                 Wash.
Sam H. Whitman                                                 N.C.
Bascum Westmoreland                                      Texas
Armond W. Cowles                                             Ill.
Charles D. Cahill                                                   Mont.
George E. Coles                                                    Or.
Lawrence A. Cooney                                            Calf.
Garner Jensen                                                      Utah
Heber Bagley                                                        Utah
Del Ray Sorenson                                                 Utah
Jim Cloward                                                          Utah
Hayes Draper                                                        Utah
Wilber Baxter                                                       Utah
Spencer Thompson                                             Utah
Vernan Christensen                                             Utah
Larmar Barney                                                      Utah



                                                MT. PLEASANT MEN
William Beck                                                        
Oscar Frandsen
D.H. Christensen
Carole Staker


Gordon Staker 


Dean Staker 



Floyd Syndergard
La Mar Syndergard
Willbur Rasmussen
Paul B. Seely
Boyd Seely
John R. Seely
Rex Hafen
Newel Nelson
Ned Stansfield
Boyd Stansfield
Ben Rasmussen
Mont Rasmussen
Perry Peel

 Lynn Poulsen

Micky Nelson


Leslie Nelson
Tom Pace
Eugene Rosenlof
Willis Rosenlof
Lauren Coats
Melvin Davidson
Delmar Beck
Shirley Madsen
Boyd Hansen
Veron Draper
Quantin Hansen
Mont Christensen
Frank Reusch
Willis Madsen
Earl Christensen
Vel Trascott


Parnell WilcoxDick Erickson 



Joe Matson, Charley Wright, Bennett Madsen, Burt Hafen, Bert Ruesch 




Wayne Brady                                                        Utah

Jay Larsen                                                              Utah

Kieth Kennedy                                                      Utah

Donald E. Snyder                                                 Calf.


Loran T. Willhite

John J. Walker

Alan E. Rhen

William Kuieyaboski


J.C. Honty                                                             Utah

Robert Gutierry                                                    Calf.

Joe L. Boutros

Fred Cook

Cliff Anderson                                                       Utah

David Candland                                                    Utah

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