Taken in front of 1st ward church. Front row: Ellen Graff, Mrs. Neilson, Ezra Neilson, Wm. B. Adams, Wm. D. Macfarlane, Edith W. Gregory, Mrs. Flannigan, Wm. Flannigan, Stella Holman, ? Maxwell, Hattie Haight, Charlotte H. Esplin, Margaret Dalley,...
Freshies' Roll Call
Giles Carroll Paul Seegn1iller Vera Esplin Mina Haws
l\lartin Thorley Carlos Fife Annie Chan1berlain Hulda Scinders
Lorin Higbee Kumen Gardner Mona Urie Vera Pratt
Rowntree Hunter R.egena Ison1 La Verd Adal11s Lucy...
Don Jose .
HE theme of decoration carried out in this year's
Promenade at the B. A. C. was a Dutch Windmill
scene using college colors, blue and white,...
KATHERINE P. MACFARLANE
AFTON P. PARRY
ALICE C. KNELL
i c/llpKa ^Betas
ROSE J. TOMPSON
Indian situation. It was decided to call all the Beaver Indians together and feed them at the Tithing Office yard and there hold sort of a "Pow-Pow," and appoint a recognized Chief from among them. Beaver Adz was chosen Chief and all the Indians,...
On March 21st she writes : "I closed my school. The pupils had made creditable improvement. The house of worship where I taught was a dread to me, so neglected and out of repair. It was, however, improved a little by the vigilance of the women of...
Early Relief Society Group -- Front row (left to right): Fanny Harris, Orissa Robinson, __ Lang, Betsy Briggs, Sarah M. Dell, Cedaressa C. Shepherd, Mary A.White, Harriet E. Fotheringham, Frances L. Jones, Jane Bickley, Mary A. Tolton (child),...
Chapel; $150 for Liberty Bonds; $25 for Savings Stamps; $39 for the suffering in Europe, and 783 articles of clothing for destitute Belgians.
President Woolsey's board was released in 1925. Emma Smith, president, with Eva Carlow and Sarah...
Photos of James E. Twitchell, early settler of Indian Creek, Frances Ellen Manhardt Twitchell, James Monroe Puffer, pioneer trail blazer, discovered Puffer Lake, Indian writings, northeast of Beaver, Old Beaver Adz, noted Indian Chief
Murdock and Lovina Pearce were called as executive of-ficers of Beaver Stake Relief Society. When the Church-wide Singing Mothers Chorus was organized a number of mothers (Relief Society members), of Beaker Stake, under the leadership of Mae C....
violin. There were other musical instruments put in the choir later. In 1865, a new church was commenced and as it came near completion Bishop John R. Murdock saw the need of a larger choir, but there was no leader. He went to Salt Lake City, and...
For one year all the children in town attended Primary meetings. On March 28, 1881, the wards were divided, designated as First and Second Wards, with a Primary organization in each ward. Jane Gillies was sustained as president of the First Ward,...
Singing Mothers were organized, and the Church Welfare Work begun. They gave five years of faithful and inspiring service. Board released in 1942. Ellen Joseph, president; Cleaone Robinson and Maude Christiansen, counselors; Mayme Hoopes,...