Isn't she just too sweet? Ask Jack.
One of our swe'etest songbirds;
Osroe will tell you what els,e she is.
Why-a james is a mighty good
boy. lIe)s awful bashful but can
run like Sam Hill.
The Agricultural Club
V DRING the school year of 1913-14 the Agricultural
club was organized, and since that
time it has continued to grow. Today it
is the largest boys' club in the B. A~ C.
I ts purpose is to promote scientific agriculture in...
LESLIE PUGH CLYDE HOLLINGSHEAD MAROLD BAKER ELMER ROBERTS
Forward with an unusual combina-tion
of skill and agility. A scorer who
often placed the opposing guard in an
embarrassing position when he discov-ered
that "Les" had lost...
JOHN R. ADAMS
WAYNE HINTON CARL T. Cox
WILLIAM DALTON THEO CORRY LAMAR CHAMBERLAIN
Ross URIE LESLIE PUGH PAUL ADAMS
(NAMES FOR OPPOSITE PAGE OF "Ac"...
PIONEER HONOR ROLL McEwen, Joseph Rolf, Samuel Myers, William Reid, Richard Nowers, Wilson G. Reid, George Nickerson, Charles Reid, Thomas Nickerson, Eleazer Riddle, Isaac Nelson, Edward Ramsey, John K. Nelson, Dan Stoney, Robert Oakden, Charles...
BEAVER COUNTY SELECTMEN AND YEARS OF SERVICE
John W. Huntsman 1856-7 James McKnight 1880-87
Simeon F. Howd 1856-7 Willis Coplan 1881
Joel W. White 1856-7 John; R. Murdock 1882
Ross B. Rogers 1858-9- Philo T. Farnsworth 1883
David B. Adams 1858-9...
Jackson, Lorus Owen, Wilford Ray
Joseph, Ernest G. Parkinson, G. Arnold
Joseph, Thomas L. Petty, Edgar A.
Kesler, Ferrall Price, Charles
Lindsay, Dan Price, Victor E.
Low, James W. Puffer, Stanley M.
Maeser, Earl Reese, Sidney R.
The first molasses mill was built in the street west of the school house, and was operated by Albert L. Stod-dard. Molasses took the place of sugar in those days.
The first school was held in "Grandma Corbridge's" house, located where...
The furnace of the smelter was made of stone, with a firebox beneath a cup where the lead was placed. When the lead was melted,-'a hole beneath was opened and the lead ran out into molds. This bullion was used as money, which was a curiosity in...
The boys who went to the state meet in 1926-27 were Clarence Gillins (captain in 1926), Truman Bradfield, Arshel Hollingshead, Clarence Gillins (captain in 1927), Newell Marshall, Othello Smith, Clyde Hollingshead, Elmer Roberts, Hartley Eyre,...
HONOR ROLL OF MINERSVILLE WAR VETERANS
WORLD WAR I,
Alfred Wood Charles K. Jameson
Martin A. Wood Alvin Baker
Vance Walker Charles E. Baker
Earl E. Roberts Milton Baker
George B. Roberts Joseph B. Banks
Mark D. Rollins Myron Cooley
Robert Gressman Niel Davis
Floyd Rollins Sherrill O. Davis
Orrin Myers Robert B. Goodman
Clark Gillins Ellis Carter
Douglas Blackburn Louis Bert Craw
Don Carter Paul Potter
Basil Rollins Dan Thompson
Daren McKnight Arnold W. Rollins
HISTORY OF MINERSVILLE RELIEF SOCIETY
The Relief Society of the Minersville Ward was organized April 15, 1869, with Malinda Lewis as president and Harriet Bradshaw as secretary. The society was
called Female Relief Society of Minersville.
Photos of Jane Banks, Ida Hollingshead, Lois Roberts Hollinghead, descendants of James H. Rollins. Althea Dotson and Jane Banks, descendants of Isaac Grundy and James H. Rollins at unveiling of Lincoln Lead Mine Marker. Mrs. Effie Marshall and...
Photos of Early Pioneers: First Row: Jane Ann Eyre, original pioneer, Susan Gallard Roberts, original pioneer, Vivian Rollins Marshall and son, Val, with six grandmothers, Rachel Marshall. Back Row: Laura Eyre Rollins, Rosena Rollins, first white...
One of the first basketball teams -- First Row: LeNoy Eyre, Victor Roberts, Goldie Marshall, CLaud Myers. Seated in front with ball: Geo. Davis. Back Row: Edgar Larson (coach), Alfred Morris, Clarence Corbridge, Stanley McKnight. State...
January 1, 1890, Rebecca Eyre was sustained as pres-ident, with Lydia McKnight as first and Mary E. Light-ner as second counselors, and Mary Carter, secretary, with Ida Hamblin as assistant secretary. While these sisters were on the board, the...
selors, and Hattie Myers, secretary. Soon after this Mrs. Eyre resigned and Mrs. M. D. Fisher was chosen to fill the vacancy. They were released March 6, 1917, and Lillie Roberts was appointed as president, with Rachel Marshall and Martha Walker as...
WOMEN WHO HAVE PLAYED IMPORTANT PARTS AS DOCTORS IN MINERSVILLE Mary Blackburn was the first white woman to come to Minersville. She delivered the first white child, a girl, Rosena Roberts Rollins, to Mrs. George Roberts. She also delivered...