~ Three Years at High School
HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those
three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with
so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we
have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
"Betty." Is noted for his yarns on speech days. Our
famous half mile man. (It is a half mile from school to
the Sheep Store.)
Sophomore yell master, first semester. School yell master.
Our leader in school activities....
A Little Laughter
A LOVE LETTER.
The following unique epistle was picked up lately in the
"Dear Bill, The reason I didn't laff when you laft at me
in the post office yesterday, was becos I hev a bile on my
face, and I can't laff. If I laff...
LEO ARD BOWE
The important thing in life
is to have a great aim, and to
possess the aptitude, and perseverance
to attain it.
"Age cannot wither her, 110r
Her infinite variety."
"In peace, there's...
SenIor DIrect ry
Cedar City, Utah
Cedar City, Utah
The first molasses mill was built in the street west of the school house, and was operated by Albert L. Stod-dard. Molasses took the place of sugar in those days.
The first school was held in "Grandma Corbridge's" house, located where...
First Brass Band -- Seated, Wayne Blackburn, George Jameson, William Burns, Bill Dotson, Cy Bdradfield; Second Row: Tine Bingham, Foss Rollins, George Bradshaw, Ezra Walker, B. J. Shinderling (leader), Lawrence Dotson, Ed Rollins, Petee Dotson; In...
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...
WOMEN WHO HAVE PLAYED IMPORTANT PARTS AS DOCTORS IN MINERSVILLE Mary Blackburn was the first white woman to come to Minersville. She delivered the first white child, a girl, Rosena Roberts Rollins, to Mrs. George Roberts. She also delivered...
Bred for food aid to trade with other Indians for meat and fish. The toelies or cat tails were also sometimes called toy-ebe and these abounded in the swamp lands of Milford Valley. `Next were the Qui-ump-uts, who occupied the Beaver River Valley...
Wah Wah Springs we followed the road almost due west across Pine Valley to Potsum Paw Springs, then west on the so-called "Old Bailey Wood Road," between the Indian Peak and Mt. Home Range leading into Hamblin Valley. We went to Frisco for our...
Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--Students; Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--Societies, etc.
The Home Economics Club of the Branch Normal School. Back row (left to right): Lula Corry, Bernella Gardner, Evelyn Palmer, Blanche Jones, Beth Hamblin, Ruth Higbee, Hortense Woodbury, [unknown], (?) Williams, Effie Robinson, Dora Urie (?), Erele...
Women students gathered at a home economics party. Participants from left to right are: Miss Betz, Jean Brown, Iva Haight, Mabel Dalley, Mrs. Barton, Myrtle Decker, Verda Gymon, Jen Leigh, Rose Gardner, Delia Farnsworth, Suln Corry, Ann Gardner,...
Branch Agricultural College--Cedar City (Utah)--Piano; Tollestrup, A. N. (Albert Nephi); Tollestrup, Pratt; Hamblin, Beth; Langford, Martha
Albert N. Tollestrup sitting at a piano. Two female students and one male student are standing beside him. Note says, "Albert N. Tollestrup and his fourth year piano graduates 1916. [Includes] Pratt Tollestrup, Albert N. Tollestrup, Beth Hamblin,...
Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
A.N. Tollestrup and music school. Left to right, top back: Arthur Pratt (with Tuba), Alice Leigh Jones, ? Lunt, Thelma Knell, Una Gillies, Laura Gardner (Snow), Evelyn Palmer, Unidentified, May Lunt, Martha Langford, Lorin Higbee, Bert Farnsworth,...