on the east bank of Dry Creek. Other members to head this Society were: second president, Mary Davis; third president, Margaret Adams. In 1893, Jane Barton was made president, with Mary Morris, and Mary A. Miller as counselors. This groupp served...
Mrs. Johnson says they brought the grain and other things that they raised. They smoked and cured the pork they brought and the freighters would buy up butter from the different stores there and mix it altogether and print it with a round mold....
Jeddy and Heber Dean of Beaver, freighted to Frisco for many years, hauling lumber and merchandise. John Brooks was an old veteran freighter of Beaver. John W. Myers says, after relating experiences in freighting, "Those were hard times, but happy...
and children fiom the upper colonies were being evacuated to El Paso and the Diaz people were advised to flee immediately across the border. Before they left they could hear gunfire in the distance. Hans Larsen, a colonist, wrote: "We tumed our...
High Grade Stuff
Smile Pretty That's Better
joying this huge black kettle full of delicious stew down at Zion, the Fresh-man
Class members were getting acquainted on an old-fashioned hay ride
Hazel Lovell, a lovely Freshman co-ed won the honor of wearing the
crown—a huge straw hat at the Harvest Ball, sponsored by the Ag. Club. Miss
Lovell was crowned during a Harvest ceremony as she sat on her throne of
A $ Club
The Stock Show sponsored and conducted
by the Ag. Club was a great success. Over
100 head of sheep and several classes of
horses were shown. H student stock judging
contest was held in conjunction with the
The annual Harvest Ball was...