A Junior's Lament
Where? Oh, where, is that old class?
They're gone, they're gone, alas, alas!
Once m,ore they waken in my breast
The thoughts of school, of thoughts the best.
Once more I hear and see and trace
That happy bunch, also each face,
Our Motto: "Wotk and Win"
Who defended that flag pole,
Against the Juniors bold?
Who kept their colors waving high
While they struggled valiantly by?
Who stood by and cheered them
Against those who fought them?
The Founding of the "A"
l1T WAS on the twenty-second of October that we built the "A" on the mountain side. \;Ve built I that letter as an expression, to all who behold it, of the loyalty and high esteem we have for our
school. It is a monument...
He's married, and that's just plenty
Practice makes perfect-even 111 hot
I shall never be aware of my own wit
until I break my shins against it.
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...
Spirit of the Pioneers
'T^HE policy of the Branch Agri-cultural
College to serve here in
Southern Utah in an educational,
cultural and instructive way has
been carried out this year. The stu-dents
and faculty members have
gone into Cedar City and...
BY winning the championship this
year for the third time in four
years of competition, the high school
stock judging teams of the Branch
Agricultural College brings to the
school the cup awarded by the Og-den
Live Stock Show as a...
The Junior College Tournament
r~p*HE Rocky Mountain Junior Col-kge
Basketball Tournament is a
Southern Utah idea. The first meet
was held at Snow College in 1924
with only four teams participating.
The following year, with other
schools added, the...
On Saturday night, scheduled as
the last night of the meet, it was
still anybody's tournament, with a
possibility of a four-team tie which
would necessitate the continuance of
the battle to Monday. This possi-bility,
as the games progressed,...
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Chairman Decorations Imitations Advertising
DAGMA SEAMAN ANTHONY ISOM LILLIAN ADAMS
A s s i s t a n t Chairman I.i^bttn^ Refreshments
The Junior College Promenade
The first man to catch up with me was George Tracy, an old soldier of the Southern Army of the Rebellion. Next came William Allred, a noted Indian fighter. We were by now about 200 yards from the house. Tracy rode to the back door and called to the...
Beaver Adz was popular among the Indians and was considered the best shot with bow and arrow, in the tribe. Pahshaunts was also an expert shot. "Mike" Powers, owner of the Star Saloon, in Beaver, asked Pahshaunts to come with his bow and arrow and...
York Volunteer Infantry, who was killed in the battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1861.
Before the summer had passed, contracts had been let to a number of men for the construction of four company barracks, a guard house, commissary, hospital and...
man." (A copy of the Enterprise of August 12, 1875, is still in existence and is the property of Mary Goodwin of Beaver).
THE BEAVER COUNTY SENTINEL was the next
paper, and was managed by G. W. McLaughlin.
THE SQUARE DEALER, with Joseph Field again...
CHAPTER THIRTEEN GREENVILLE-ITS FOUNDING AND HISTORY SETTLED IN 1860 Greenville, a small town located some five miles southwest of Beaver, was settled in 1860 by a group of people from Parowan and Cedar City. As early as 1857, however, these...
Others were implicated and indicted with Lee, but on his conviction and execution, they were discharged. The record of this famous trial is found in Minute Book No. 1 of Second Judicial Court of Utah, record of 1874-77. JUDGE HAWLEY WRITES THE WAR...
was apportioned into two school districts. Beaver constituted District No. 1, Minersville and Lower Beaver, District No. 2. Later, Beaver was apportioned into eight school districts. An act regulating the manufacture, sale or other disposal of...
"Very respectfully, "Daniel H. Wells, "Lieutenant-General, "Commanding Nauvoo Legion." (Copied from the book, "Daniel H. Wells and Events of His life," by Bryant S. Hinckley. Page 122-123) Under date of May 2, 1866, Erastus Snow of Washington...
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...
Thurs. April 7 Commenced breaking the road through the sagebrush: reached Cane Springs-ten miles. Friday, April 8 Traveled about five miles, camped without water. Sat., April 9, 1859 Reached the cottonwoods on the Beaver late after traveling about...