Old folks party, many of these people lived in the Old Fort and moved to Cedar City in 1857, they are our real pioneers. First row: Uriah Goodfellow, John Chatterly, Timothy Adams, Evan Williams, John Adams, John Fretwell, Winnie Roche, ? Root, ?...
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...
Belle MacF'arlane Norma Jensen
Douglas Manning Archie Swapp
I rma Webster
PIONEER HONOR ROLL Hughes, John Lang, John Holgate, William Levi, David Holgate, Schofield Lillywhite, Benjamin Hutchings, William W. St. Lillywhite, Joseph Hutchings, William W. Jr. Law, David Hall, Joshua C. Limb, Charles Hall, Iowa Limb, Hyrum...
PIONEER HONOR ROLL McEwen, Joseph Rolf, Samuel Myers, William Reid, Richard Nowers, Wilson G. Reid, George Nickerson, Charles Reid, Thomas Nickerson, Eleazer Riddle, Isaac Nelson, Edward Ramsey, John K. Nelson, Dan Stoney, Robert Oakden, Charles...
PIONEER DRAMATIC TALENT OF BEAVER
J. Frank Tolton
Robert, Charles and Gus Stoney
Mrs. S. C. Maeser
Sarah Ann Stoney
Sadie and Renth Huntington
others say it was east. C. T. Stoney was postmaster, 1894-99. He was called on an L. D. S. mission and Robert Stoney filled the vacancy. Ernest Hodges served from 1899 to 1904, in the same location. Other postmasters serving in this building were:...
clothes were gathered and later shipped to the L. D. S. Saints in Europe. A loom, which was ordered, was paid for and $300 worth of rugs sold. The largest welfare budget assigned to Beaver Stake was completed one hun-dred per cent. The Family Hour...
Jackson, Lorus Owen, Wilford Ray
Joseph, Ernest G. Parkinson, G. Arnold
Joseph, Thomas L. Petty, Edgar A.
Kesler, Ferrall Price, Charles
Lindsay, Dan Price, Victor E.
Low, James W. Puffer, Stanley M.
Maeser, Earl Reese, Sidney R.
Atkin, Howard; Bohn, Ray G.; Atkin, James Albert; *Bohn, Warren Hutchings; Atkin,Joe W.; Bolton, Arthur James; Atkin, John LaVar; Bowler, Clark Wilson; Baker, Gordon Reed; Boyter, Raylin; Baker, Wendell Milo; Boyter, J. Verley; Bakes,...
Huntington, John Stanley; Hutchings, Arden B.; Hutchings, Bay R.; Hutchings, Clark W.; Hutchings, David James; Hutchings, Donald B.; Hutchings, Douglas Dean; Hutchings, Kenneth Gillies; Hutchings, Leon G.; Johnson, Warren Baldwin; Jones,...
Women Join In World War II Service From Bever- From Greenville- Fox, Evelyn; Davis, Idonna; Joseph, Helen; Morris, Lois ; Mackerell, Mary Bernice; Paice, Lucille; Williams, Alene; Adamsville Veterans of World War I Dave Heslington, Morgan...
present highway bridge. Bullion made in the crude smelter was made into bullets, in rough molds, for the rifles of the settlers of this entire area.
The ore was soft in nature, with gold assays running as high as one-half ounce to the ton, silver...
Robert Gressman Niel Davis
Floyd Rollins Sherrill O. Davis
Orrin Myers Robert B. Goodman
Clark Gillins Ellis Carter
Douglas Blackburn Louis Bert Craw
Don Carter Paul Potter
Basil Rollins Dan Thompson
Daren McKnight Arnold W. Rollins
the Beaver river to reach the mill. One ford was at Horseshoe Bend, two miles south of town near the present Bill Baker ranch, and the other was east of Yellow Banks, about two miles north of town. Freighters, traveling laboriously with their heavy...
In those days, Mrs. Bradfield said, they danced until midnight, a big supper was served, then they danced on 'till dawn. A DAY'S EXPERIENCE Mrs. Bradfield said she came here one time to go to Frisco on the train, to work. It was a cold, wintry...
The passengers all piled into the open rig and hadn't traveled very far until they found they were stuck again in another drift of snow. Mrs. Bradfield says she can see "Bally" Sackett now as he looked that day. So bald he was, he seemed rightly...
of Milford. He was interested in farming and mining. He owned a farm at Reed. His sons were William J. and Harry Forgie.
Mrs. Hanks, daughter of John Forgie, built the present Milford Hotel on the spot where her father had oper-ated the hotel which...