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    • Secomd Year Class C. L. HUNTER ROSCOE BOOTH BERT CARPENTER BASIL HALL RUA CHAMBERLAIN ISABELLE CROSLEY TOM WEBSTER JAMES DEL VECCHIO MURIEL IPSEN CHARLOTTE TERRY RICHARD HARRISON DIXIE SCOTT ELDA WEBSTER ORVILLE NORENE JONES TORMA ANDRUS DOROTHY...
    • Second Year Class of 1930

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Second Year Class of 1930. Includes (not in order): C.L. Hunter, Norene Jones, Mildred Macfarlane, Roscoe Booth, Torma Andrus, Marian Lunt, Bert Carpenter, Dorothy Woodhouse, Arthur Dix, Basil Hall, Grant Houchen, Daisy Jennings, Rua Chamberlain,...
    • Cedar Breaks

    • Cedar Breaks (Iron County, Utah); Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • C. L. (Clarence Luther) Forsling director of the G. B. E. S. (Great Basin Experiment Station) on ledge in Cedar Breaks.
    • Geary, Elmo -- Huntington High School Faculty

    • Emery County (Utah); Huntington High School; Faculty; Geary, Elmo; Huntington (Utah); Sandburg, Mary; Bennett, C.L.; Hill, Stella Sherman; Anderson, Soren; Bickmore, ?
    • Elmo Geary taught high school in Huntington Utah . Huntington High School Faculty in 1940. Front row L-R Principal C.L. Bennett, Mary Sandburg, Stella Sherman Hill, Soren Anderson, and Mr. Bickmore--superintendent of the school district. 2nd Row...
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    • April 11, 18.54...An Ordinance regulating the sale of soirituous liouors i n Cedar Citv: ~ e c . l . . . B e i t ordained by t h e City Council of Cedar City t h a t no persons o r persons shall sell o r b a r t e r , in exchange, any spirituous...
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    • The men of Cedar City spent Tuesday, November 25, making a wind break around each of the wagons out of cedar trees. James Whittaker, who had been visiting his family in Parowan, arrived back in the settlement that day with his daughter, Ellen. Many...
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    • that Harrison can get any of the men to work under him. He has almost entirely lost the confidence of the Saints. Sunday, September 12: Gave counsel to the brethren that the Iron Works had better stand still for a day or two until something would...
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    • October 25, Bishop Lewis came from Parowan and reported that George A. Smith arrived there from Salt Lake City on Saturday, October 21. Henry made the following entries in his journal: Tuesday, October 26: Rained heavy for several hours before...
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    • dozen large carrots and one dozen large onions." They alsc raised squash and pumpkins and an abundance of com and grain. That day, after traveling to Parowan, Henry spent the evening in counsel with George A. Smith and President J. C. L. Smith....
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    • Henry was able to get two pairs of boots and a few other items &omthe merchandise that Richards and Snow had brought with them for the Cedar City saints. These goods added to the comfort of the needy brethren and sisters. On Wednesday, December 1,...
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    • Myself and wife and Father and Mother Whittaker attended a supper party at Brother Chatterly's. President J. C. L. Smith came in from Parowan in the evening. Wednesday, January 12: Very sharp frost. Spent the day at the Iron Works--had 25 men at...
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    • Lake City had lost many sheep and cattle during the winter because of the severity of the weather. President J. C. L. Smith came from Parowan on Tuesday, February 22. Henry wrote the following about their conversation: There are a number of...
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    • animals until noon, so they didn't reach Springvllle until that night. They were joined there by several other wagons traveling their direction, one of which belonged to Brother Walker. They camped the next night at the springs in Juab Valley where...
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    • Erastus Snow preached a delighthl discourse which caused the hearts of the people to rejoice. After the meeting was dismissed, the brethren were requested to ''tarry'' to transact some business. The meeting lasted until 4:00 a.m. Henry kept the...
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    • and had no meat and would be very glad if I would have my people give them some flour and potatoes. I said that I would. He had the large [peace] pipe charged and we smoked all around, some twenty braves, the pipe of peace. I then left and attended...
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    • that time. The following account was taken from the minutes of the meetings: The first session was held at 11:OO a.m. and present of the Twelve were Elders Erastus Snow and Franklin D. Richards. The Presidency of the Stake was J. C. L. Smith, John...
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    • For&unately, only one mule was Med, but it took a full day to recover the baggage. The crossing of the east fork of the Colorado River was attended with much difficulty and more danger. Steadily the expedition's food supply dwindled and couldn't be...
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    • settlements, amongst a homogeneous population of over seventy-five thousand inhabitants, it is worthy to record that I never heard any obscene or improper language; never saw a man drunk; never had my attention called to the exhibition of vice of...

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