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    • yearbook1917i022: Narrative (cont.)

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • Next morning we were up bright and early to greet the sun of Founders' Day. We marched to the bridge to met the townspeople, listened to a delightful program, then we dragged even the grand stand upon the field for contest. It now came November,...
    • yearbook1922i011: College History

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
    • History: In the fall of Twenty-one, twenty stalwart sagebusers from all over the southern part of our fair State came to spend their winter on the dear old Murdock campus. The spirit they had once received as high school students had called them...
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    • that the Council lend their aid to provide armory and drill rooms for whatever Company of Militia may be organized in our City. Tabled for present. The Marshal was instructed to take all loose animals found running a t large on the streets to the...
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    • GEORGE W. MIDDLETON Biography 1866 - 1938 George W . Middleton was born December 10, 1866, in Hamilton Fort. Utah, the son of John and Jane Withers Middleton. After spending his youth in Southern Utah and leaving to finish his education in...
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    • City Manager Anderson reported on the properties that may be available for an additional 9 holes for the Golf Course. Nov. 17, 1 9 6 6 . . . A letter was read from Governor Rampton about home fallout protection. Survey will be conducted to...
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    • chronicler put i t , "the fact that the present site was not the proper one on which to permanently locate the iron works." A s if to reassure himself that even this cloud had a silver lining, he noted that "the freshet also brought down from the...
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    • children sat by improvised stoves wrapped in blankets with their feet on hot rocks.12 They remained camped at Payson the next day, taking inventory of the livestock, provisions and contents of each wagon. They also organized themselves into...
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    • After supper, when the men gathered around the campfire, Brother Lunt exhorted the brethren to "obey counsel and suffer wrong rather than do wrong, and, for the sake of a few house logs, not to let the devil get into their midst."' Apparently, it...
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    • and harvest the same; this is necessary to save and secure the labor which you have performed and the seed which you have put into the ground, but be generous to your mission to intervene and thwart the purpose thereof Commence upon a small scale...
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    • and a very important one it is, as every teacher who has tned it must confess. Our choir, under the patronage and encouragement of our leaders, still improves. They gave a concert during the winter which was very satisfactory. Our city fathers have...
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    • finish their schooling, although Ellen was twenty years old when she got married, and Rachel was not quite eighteen. Since most of the young people d d only go to school a few months at a time, it took a considerable amount of time to get through...
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    • Iron County, and perhaps the other southern counties likewise, commissioned these guards as deputy county sheriffs, and that did put a little "crimp" in the thieving operations. Thirty-eight men were convicted of grand larceny in the District Court...
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    • experiences almost unbelievable with snowstorms, boxed canyons, thick cedar and pine forests, and food shortage. Their experience almost made the journey of the good Chtholic Escalante, look like a picnic party." " Just before reaching the camp of...
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    • no travel by way of Pine Creek and Wildcat Canyon for weeks. The travel went down the canyon west of Milford - so I did not know what to do. My horses were worn out, and to make that big circle would delay me for days. I finally decided to try it...
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    • The horses had been tied up to the wagons and everyone was asleep. Henry was riding a desert mustang which, as soon as the cattle made a commotion, took off over the wagon tongue and over a nearby fence, in the opposite direction from the herd. The...

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