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    • 1910, page 6

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    • 6 Department Weber Stake Academy 1893-6; Prin. Gunnison Seminary 1896; Prin. Gunnison Public Schools 1897 to 1903; Prin. Fountain Green Public Schools 1903-4 Present position since 1904. MENZIES MACFARLANE, Biology. *Principal Santa Clara...
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    • Grandchildren of Henry Lunt and Mary Ann Wilson (Wife No. 11) a-1) Children of Martha Henrietta Lunt (12 Nov 1858 -28 May 1932) and Lehi Willard J o n n (15 Nov 1854 -28 Ko\ 1947)mahed 13 Feb 1878 1 Thomas Willard Jones (5 Dec 1878 - 20 Fcb 1958)...
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    • 5. Maiy Ann (Molly) Lunt (16 Nov 1896 - 2 Jan 1978) 6. EulaLunt(l2 Jan 1899 -(9Dec 1982) 7. BlancheLunt(2l Jun 1901 - 1 Apr 1993) 8. Randle Gtibson Lunt (13 Jan 1904 - ) Cb
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    • Grandchildren of Henry Lunt and Ann C. Gower (Wife 111) (m-1) ChiJdren of Jane Gower Lunt (3 Mar 1864 - 3 Jul1952) and W
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    • 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. (iV-5) Garth Stowell Lunt (3 Mar 1918 - ) Waldon JLunt(7 Sep 1919 -27 Mar 1959) Jack Keith Lunt (17 Feb 1921 - ) Elda Lunt (27 Jan 1924 - ) Betty Jo Lunt (25 Sep 1927 - ) Chiidren ofHeaton Lunt (7 Mar 1888 - 19 Sep 1969) and Chlw...
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    • the fourth, Sarah Ann Lunt. married J a n . 16, 1878. to whom eight boys were born. Owing to the anti-polygamy persecutions, he left Cedar City in 1887, together with his wife Sarah Ann and four s o n s , traveling by team through Southern Utah,...
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    • HENRY L U N T HOME 1902 First East and 100 North This home was built on Lot 15 - Block 37 on 'High Street1, Plat IB, Cedar City, Utah. keir daughter, ~ a u d eMatheson (telegrapher) , holding ild, Duayne. To the right are her girls, Violet and...
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    • with his father on occasions to visit some of the neighboring counties. They went to Manchester and even as far as Birmingham, but Henry had never been out of Great Britain, so he was facing a courageous adventure, considering the fact that he had...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 82 References Abrams, L. (n.d.) Understand the past to thrive in the future. Retrieved from http://radioink.com/article.asp?id=2295382 Arnett, J. J. (1995). Adolescents’ uses of media for self-socialization....
    • 1901, page 3

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    • CALENDAR. 1901-1902. FIRST HALF-YEAR. 1901. September 11, 12, 18, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-Entrance Examinations. September 13, 14, Friday, Saturday-Registration of Students. September 16, Monday-Instruction begins. November 28, 29,...
    • 1902, page 3

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    • CALENDAR. 1902-1903. FIRST HALF-YEAR. 1902. September 13, Saturday-Registration of students. September 15,-Monday-Instruction begins. November 27, 28, Thursday, Friday-Thanksgiving recess. December 19, Friday-Christmas vacation...
    • 1902, page 4

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    • BOARD OF REGENTS. JAMES SHARP Salt Lake City. FRANK PIERCE Salt Lake City. WALDEMAR VAN COTT Salt Lake City. MRS. EMMA J. MCVICKER Salt Lake City. MRS. REBECCA E. LITTLE Salt Lake City. JOSEPH T....
    • 1902, page 5

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    • OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. Chairman, JAMES SHARP. Secretary, DAVID R. ALLEN. Treasurer, LEWIS S. HILLS. Executive Committee: JAMES SHARP, Chairman, MOSES THATCHER, FRANK PIERCE WALDEMAR VAN COTT, WILLIAM W. RITER. Building...
    • 1902, page 6

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    • 6 SOUTHERN BRANCH OFFICERS AND INSTRUCTORS. JOSEPH T. KINGSBURY, Ph. D., PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY. WILLIAM M. STEWART, M. Did., PRINCIPAL OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. NATHAN T. PORTER, A. B., PRINCIPAL OF THE SOUTHERN...
    • 1902, page 7

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    • 7 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. THE SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL OF THE University of Utah. GENERAL INFORMATION. HISTORY. By an act of the Legislature of the State of Utah, approved March 11, 1897, it was provided that a...
    • 1902, page 8

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    • 8 SOUTHERN BRANCH tennis, basket-ball, croquet, and similar games, while other parts have been planted with shade trees. The building is thoroughly modern in every respect, being commodious, well lighted, and provided with the best system of...

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