The Third Year Class
High School Basketball Team
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Heyborne, Sarah A Cedar City, Iron County.
Higbee, Elias "
Holt, George 0 Hebron, Washington County.
Hulet, Norah Dean Summit, Iron County.
Jepson, Antony Virgin, Washington County....
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Bulloch, Alice Cedar, Iron Co.
Bulloch, Robert Fife "
Bulloch, Thomas "
Burkholder, Oliver "
Canfield, Irene "
Connell, Calvin Parowan, Iron Co.
Cornelius, Henry Virgin, Wash.Co
Cornelius, Rose ...
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Leigh, Peter Cedar , Iron County
Mackelprang, Nettie "
Pace, Iraminda Harmony, Washington County
Pace, Lurene "
Page, Dettie Pinto, "
Pollock, Pearl Cedar, Iron County
Prince, James Lorenzo Harmony, Washington...
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Jepson, Lucy Virgin, Washington County
Jones, Ann Cedar, Iron County
Jones, Arthur P Enoch, "
Jones, Mamie Cedar, "
Jones, Treharne "
Leigh, Abbie "
Lowe, Samuel Parowan, "
Macdonald, Belle Ranch, Kane County...
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Wixom, Rupert E Circleville, Piute County
Adams, Hugh L Parowan, Iron County
Anderson, Jessie Toquerville, Washington County
Benson, Betsy Parowan, Iron County
Bracken, Clara Pine Valley,...
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Decker, Mrytle Cedar City, Iron County
Edwards, Morgan Paragoonah, "
Hafen, Charles Santa Clara, Washington County
Haight, Herbert Cedar City, Iron County
igbee, Pearl " ...
Sat. June 24, 1905: Ther. Warm. Wea. Ptly. Cloudy. Mr. Smith gave us a ride to Frederick this morning. worked back north again, took dinner with Frank Jared worked on to the first line south of the base line staid with Mr. W.J. Harden, by...
Mon. June 26, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. Clouds Canvassed the next line west, posted our letters at Frederick, staid with Mr. A.J. Stevens by invitation, have had a big walk today, about twenty one miles. Had dinner with J. Curry. two miles down the...
Tues. July 4, 1905: Ther. Hot Wea. Clouds P.M. Sprinkle. Independance day spent at Brother Edwards, No celebration here to Tesca, or nearer than Frederick and Mountain Park. I hoed four rows of cotton this evening. 108) (3
Sat. July 15, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Thin clds. (I wonder where I will be and what I will be doing on this day? Written Oct. 30th 1904. W.L.C.) Here I am in Comanche Co., O.T. With Elder A.W. Jack. We took Mr. Shorts’ rig and visited the...
Mon. July 17, 1905: Ther. Warm Wea. Clouds Came over to Frederick, saw the city martial and got his consent to canvass the town, I took the houses south of the main Street Elder Jack took those north. I bought some crackers and fruit for dinner. we...
Fri. July 21, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. Rain. Partly cloudy, Shower 5 pm We took a fresh start this morning, finished the work west of town, ate dinner with Mr. Medley, then went over and worked south on the line two miles east of Frederick, were...
Sat. July 22, 1905: Ther. Slightly cooler, Wea. Mostly cloudy. Worked around east and south of Frederick, took dinner with E.A. Nay. and were entertained for the night by B.F. Stephens, just south of the township line one mile east of the west...
Mon. Aug. 7, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. Mostly cldy. We started out this morning at 3-30 got on the train at Frederick, changed cars at Snyder, reached Lawton a little after noon, found Elders McClellan and Robison at the Delmonico Hotel south of the...
Wed. Sept. 6, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. clouds, rain night., Elders McClellan and Jack left this morning for Walter, Elder Robison and I went to the Depot about noon waited till three oclock for the train got our tickets to Davidson, met a heavy rain...
Thurs. Sept. 14, 1905: Ther. Hot., pleasant., Wea. clouds We asked a lady for a melon this fore noon she sent us into the patch said they were feeding them to their hogs- there was the most large melons I ever have seen, and the largest ones I ever...