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    • 1915 35

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    • A Junior's Lament Where? Oh, where, is that old class? They're gone, they're gone, alas, alas! Once m,ore they waken in my breast The thoughts of school, of thoughts the best. Once more I hear and see and trace That happy bunch, also each face, As...
    • 1903, Mar 12

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    • Thurs. Mar. 12, 1903: Ther. Warm., Wea. S. wind, Thin clds. Moved on about a mile in about the same direction. Camped in a hollow about even with the head of the head of the deep canyon mentioned Jan. 31st. Snow is getting scarce down here, will...
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    • the Recorder, and showed the following statistics: Number of births reported: Number of deaths reported: Heart Disease Measles Unknown 8 4 2 1 1 ( 5 males and 3 females) Number of cases of measles reported: Number of cases of scarlet Fever:...
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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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    • Mayor and Council. To the Honorable Mayor and City Council of Cedar City, Utah. ...Whereas, at a meeting of the Board of Health of Cedar City, Utah held at the residence of D r . George W . Middleton, it was moved by the Health Officer of Cedar...
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    • Councilman Jones, of the Irrigation Committee, reported that the West Field. Co-op Store, and City, through their respective committees had considered the question of the water for the City and West Field below the m i l l , and that the matter...
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    • Herculean efforts of the people of Cedar, the f i r s t building, which is now the Library Building, was ready for school work by the fall of the second year. Some time in 1880, the grading on the railroad had begun, the Los Angeles and Salt Lake...
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    • Perry. Mary E , 209 . Perry, Moroni, 252, 308, 357 Perry, Theo, 299 Perry, Thomas W., 68, 159 Pete Indian, 194 Peters, Fred, 283 (Mayor of Murray City) Peterson and Beckstead, 427, 433 Peterson, Edrin, 329 Peterson, Farrell, 366, 391, 392, 412...
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    • Thorley, Thomas A., 137, 143, 196206 ICoun.1, 209, 212, 278 Thorley, Thomas, 68, 77 (C0un.i. 78, 82, 85, 97, 98 ICoun.1 Tharnherg, Jack, 280 Thornton Drug Store, 310 Thorsen, City Manager, 349 Three Fountains, 420 Tidy Town, 463 Tie vote, 130...
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    • beautifid new land. They passed along great swamps of cypress trees which were nonexistent in England. Finally they reached their destination, New Orleans, which was the portal through which most immigrants going west entered. Upon arrival, one of...
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    • decision had been made yet to settle Cottonwood Valley (Cedar City). On Monday, February 3, while Smith was plowing and sowing wheat, Ammon, the brother of Chief Walker, assisted him in this task and expressed the desire to farm and live like the...
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    • the preceding day attended by President Erastus Snow [President of the Southem Mission], Elder Richard Robiion of Pinto Creek, James H. M a y of Harmony, John Hamilton of Hamilton's Fort, Patriarch Elisha H. Groves of Kanarra, Bishop Willis of T o...
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    • Cedar hIountain at n place called Jones Hollow. They set u p residence and spent much of their time there, as long as the weather would permit. At the same time, they were homesteading a farm in the Cedar City Valley, traveling back and forth....
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    • Everyone in the Jones family worked hard because it was a necessity. Henrietta was no exception, she could drive four horses as good as any man. When the family moved to town from 3-Creeks in the fall of 1904, school had started. Will was the only...
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    • 72 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect running mate) and others in the hall. We went to Senator Church's office with Verda. Everyone was very cordial. We then went to the Senate Gallery, watched a while, Senator Javits of New York was speaking, no...
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    • STUDENT LIFE Daily reducing exercise. Beth going "Belly-Bust." The sheep and the goats. Y o u do the darndest things, Baby. Wash day at "Jolly-Fizz" flat. Don t turn that t h i n g loose. Petticoat fever. The wheels of the Bacian at work.
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    • CLASSES CLASSES CLASSES One group in a million . . . Editor and Business Manager on bust n,ess . . . Never be late! . . . OK, Kow we Kate to get up in tKe morning . . Spring fever. 20
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    • iGRIEVE 73 Cohen, J., & Perse, E. (2003). Different strokes for different folks: An empirical search for different modes of viewer-character relationships. Conference Papers – International Communication Association, 1-31. Danisch, R. (2006)....

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