Johnny." This horse always pulled them out of the mud and got them started in the morning." .At the time that the Cedar City men were lumbering, other features of the h i l d i n g were being pushed. The college hill property containing 15 acres, was purchased from J.T. LVilkinson. Lehi said there was some criticism at the time, because of the community tying up such a large piece of property. H. Hunter, Alex Rollo and Richard Bryant started on the \]rick makinx for the huilding.9.ehi W. Jones donated a team to the college to help clear the brush on the property and help excavate for the foundation of the huilding.'" and Edward J. Palmer acted as Lehi W. Jones, John S. Woodl~ury, the General Committee. William Dover, Thomas S. Bladen, Thomas J. Jones, F r a ~ ~ cWel)ster. and John Parry itcted all through the operation is as building committee. T h e experiences they went through drew the people into a closer unity of purpose that could have been the case under ordinary huilding proredures. \Vhat is nnw called "Old Main" was ready for school's opening in Sept. 1898."
ol the U t a h Pioneers collected at South Elementary, Cedar City,
'Luella Dalton, "History of Iron County Mission". South Elemmtaiy. 'Luclla Dalton, "History of Iron County Mission". ' D.U.P., South Elementary. 'Luella Dalton, "History of Iron County hiission". 'Jones tape recordingr. 'Luella Dalton, "History oi Iron County Misricm". 10 Jones tape recordings.
" Luella Dalton, "History
of Iron County Mission".