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,...
The Third Year Class
Song by the Beaver Choir.
Music by the Beaver Martial Band. Speech by Col. Douglas of Fort Cameron.
Music by the Fort Cameron Martial Band.
Song by Robert Stoney.
Music by the Beaver Brass Band.
Photo of Beaver Woolen Mills Employees. Back Row, Left to Right: C. T. Shipp, Nan Campbell, T. B. Schofield, James Marshall, Heber C. Dean, John Lang, Richard Curfew, E. E. Cowdell, Isaiah Taylor, Wilford Robinson, Henry Tattersall, W H....
Keeseo arrived in Beaver, fine young men who might have done much good, but the natural aversion of the average young women to being assisted at childbirth by a man physician was as widespread and deep-seated among the early Mormons as if the...
THE METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL
In 1873, the Rev. Clark Smith came to Beaver to establish the Methodist Episcopal Church, and to conduct a school for the members and patrons. He began his services in a small lumber building across the street east of...
Woolsey, in August, 1945. His counselors are (July, 1947) Gilbert Gale and Chase H. Murdock.
HISTORY OF EAST WARD RELIEF SOCIETY
Today the Relief Societies are reaping rich harvest from the efforts of the past. From heights of success we look back...
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...
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...
Stoney did not assume the title of professor. He was, however, an energetic worker as a leader in choir and church work, and raised the standard of the choir equal with any in Southern Utah. He was also the leader of Beaver's, first Brass Band....
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,...
January 5, 1908, Mary J. Blackner was chosen president, with Mary E. Morris and Winnifred Miller as counselors; Julia Griffith, secretary; Mary A. Reese, treasurer. Caring for the sick and needy, the gathering and storing of wheat, went steadily...
ing because of their whole-hearted support. Poppy wreaths are made each year to be placed on the graves of our departed heroes. Essays in the schools have been sponsored by them. Five district presidents have come from the unit, namely Minerva...
January 1, 1890, Rebecca Eyre was sustained as pres-ident, with Lydia McKnight as first and Mary E. Light-ner as second counselors, and Mary Carter, secretary, with Ida Hamblin as assistant secretary. While these sisters were on the board, the...
A man was hired to paint the scenery for the stage. Seats for the Recreation Hall were purchased at a more recent date. OBTAINING MATERIAL FROM MURDOCK ACADEMY Wrecking and salvaging the materials of the old Murdock Academy began August 1, 1932....
vegetables. A gift of fine vegetables came from the president of the Minersville Ward Relief Society. Beaver merchants were generous. At the end of 30 days, the total amount paid for food purchased was less than $60. There were no losses in food...
Kirk, counselors ; Lucy Burns, secretary. June 29, 1919, to April 9, 1922-Retta Tanner, president; Maude Stoker and Della Levi, counselors; Edna Bird, secretary. April 9,1922, to May 17,1924-Clara Griffiths, president; Marie Tanner and Winnifred...
WARD PRIMARY PRESIDENTS The first Primary was organized on January 11,1904, with Berlie Kirk, president; Margaret Hickman and Henrietta Tanner, counselors; Bertha Skillicorn, secretary. Since that time the following women have been president:...
Board of Regents.
James Sharp, Salt Lake City.
Frank Pierce, Salt Lake City.
Waldemar Van Cott, Salt Lake City.
Mrs. Emma McVicker, Salt Lake City.
Isaac Smith, Logan.
Mrs. R. E. Little, Salt Lake City.
Officers of the Board.
DAVID R. ALLEN.
R. C. CHAMBERS.
JAMES SHARP, Chairman.
WALDEMAR VAN COTT. MOSES THATCHER.
FRANK PIERCE. JOSEPH T. KINGSBURY.