Main Buildings, Branch Agricultural College.
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"NEW EDU'CATION," NEW IDEALS, NEW METHODS.
Education that is, liberal, ,practical, sane, sound and...
Father: Blanche, how do you account for the rapid
changes taking place in such a few years in the ball room?
Blanche: Why, father?
Father: Because, my child, ,vhen your mother and
I ,'were young all the ladies used to dre~s up to go...
lVIr. Christensen (in Physical Geography): Now, Martin,
can you tell the class why lightning never strikes twice
in the same place?
l\lart: Because after it hits once the same place ain't
there any more.
(In B. B.~ meeting.) Woolley: In...
KEITH MACFARLANE RICHARD JONES LESLIE PACE DELL CARPENTER
School Basket Ball Team
HEN league games commenced the team was in good
organization with strong force to back its efforts.
The only time that Minersville was beaten in a
game was by the...
ARTHUR J. MORRIS
E. RAY LYMAN
Stock Judges Coaches
WO trips were taken for the contests: the
first to the Ogden show in the fall and
the second to the Salt Lake show in the
spring. The record made by the high
school boys in the fall...
this position he was in direct charge of everything. All business transactions were under his signature. In 1943 the Metal Producers Company, of Los Angeles, Calif., took over the mine, operating under lease a syndicate of three men, as follows:...
31 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Physical Education.-Exercises in the gymnasium under the supervision of the director. Physical examinations are given as far as practicable, and the work will be adapted to the needs of the individual.
Mon. July 4, 1898: Ther. noon 80º., Wea. cloudy sultry The Springdale band serenaded us at day brake. I worked on my camera a while then took an exposure or two of us boys also tried to take the picture of Aunt Jane’s baby. pictures all...
Fri. June 30, 1899: Ther. 76º., lowest. 104º., highest. Wea. close clouds. hoed cane part of day, & tended water the rest of the time We practiced our dialogue in evening. W.L.C. Springdale, Ut Saturday, July 1: Ther. 76º., 108º., Wea....
Fri. Sept. 1, 1899: Ther. 71´., 98´., Wea. cloudy part of day put out a few peaches and hauled a load after noon. Saturday 2: Ther. 72´., 98´., Wea. clear, I made eight (8) trays to sulphur fruit on. Sunday 3: Ther. 70º., very warm. Wea....
Sun. Sept. 10, 1899: Ther. 68´., very warm Wea. clear Dan & I went to Rockville attended School there. came back to Springdale for meeting. Monday 11: Ther. 68´., 98´., Wea. clear We picked a load of peaches, Jim & I finished hauling the hay...
Sun. June 24, 1900: Ther. 67., 96., Wea. Partly Cloudy. I staid home to take a rest today. Monday 25: Ther. 70., 98., Wea. Clear Cleaned a little ditch over the river, planted beans below point. Tuesday 26: ( 6-27 pm. Ther. 71., 98., Wea....
Sat. June 30, 1900: Ther. 74., 98., Wea. Windy, Clouds. Picked apricots, hoed cane, corn, squashes etc. etc. also replanted some melons that got washed out. + 17 Six months +45 Sunday, July 1: Ther. 70., 98., Wea. Windy, Clear. I went to School &...
Fri. July 6, 1900: Ther. 69., 97., Wea. Clear. Finished hoeing the corn and cutting the wheat below the point. Saturday 7: Ther. 72., 100., Wea. Clear Harvested wheat W.L. Johnson helped us. Sunday 8: Ther. 72., 98., Wea. Clear I went to School...