THE FIRST DANCE ORCHESTRA IN BEAVER
Horace A. Skinner told of the first dance orchestra in Beaver, with William McGarry as first violinist, Alma Crosby, second violin, and Mrs. William McGarry, acccordion. They were hired by the year and paid by...
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Orton, Tessie Orton
Page, Dettie Cedar City
Parker, Laura Kanarra
Parry, Caroline Cedar City
Parry, Winnie Cedar City
Perkins, Vira Monticello
Perry, Abner Cedar City
Perry, Susannah Cedar City
LIST OF PUPILS FOR THE YEAR 1909.
Ahlstrom, Byron, Cedar City Utah
Adams, Margery, Cedar City Utah
Bryant, Erastus, Cedar City Utah
Bulloch, Warren, Cedar City Utah
Bleak, Lennie, Paragonah Utah
Openshaw, Jennie, Paragonah Utah
Prior, Anna, Cedar City Utah
Pratt, Charles, Summit Utah
Perry, Ethel, Cedar City Utah
Parry, Estella, Cedar City Utah
Perkins, Rowena, Cedar City Utah
Robinson, Alva, Paragonah Utah
Bentley, Meta Parowan
Bringard, Willie Cedar City
Barnum, C. D Mesquite, Nevada
Bozarth, Lucy Paragoonah
Bringhurst, Vera Toquerville
Barnson, Josie junction
Benson, Monroe Parowan
Clark, Ramona Cedar City
Fri. Oct. 14, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. clear clouded up in evening We came over to Monroe and stoped about an hour with Jas. Smith left there 10-30 am. nooned about 7 mi. south west at a ranch. camped at Marysvale. Saturday 15: Ther. cold Wea....
Thurs. Oct. 4, 1900: Ther. Cool., Wea. Windy, Clouds Running North. My health is not the best makes herding very unpleasant. sheep are in the cove south of camp today. Jas. Covington came out to move us. Friday 5: + Ther. Cool., Wea. Windy, Clouds...
Thurs. Jan. 31, 1901: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. thin Clouds 10 pm Clear Jas. Henrie of Panguitch camped here last night he was sick so staid here today. I drove the seven calves over to Two Mile today, Wm L. Crawford, Pipe Springs, Mohava Co., Arizona....
Sat. Feb. 2, 1901: Ther. Cold., Wea. Snowing snow 8 in deep 9 am. The weather is cold and blustery today. I have partly promised to herd sheep for Mr. Jas. Henrie Jr. this summer to commence about the 20th of May. some place on the mammoth Creek....
Sun. April 21, 1901: Ther. 54., 80., Wea. Thin Clouds. Warm. I went to School and meeting C. Larson of Rockville and Jas. Ballard of Grafton (Wheeler) were our quarterly missionaries they occupied all of the time. 1) Monday 22: Ther. 54., 82.,...
Sat. May 25, 1901: Ther. Pleasant., Warm afternoon. Wea. Light clouds. We branded the sheep this forenoon. Frank Fuller took 2,500 head and left 573 for me I commenced herding after dinner. Geo. Charles-Worth came out and we camped about two miles...
Memoranda: 1911. Paid Annie Gifford for work Dec Butter 1 lb. .25 “ 30 “ “ .25 Work on Zion Road Dec. 28, 1911. W.L.C. 4 h. Walter R. 4 “ Elias G. 4 “ Austin G. 4 “ Alpheus G. 4 “ Orin R. 4 “ Jan. 12, 1912 W.L.C. 6 h ...
Sun. Jan. 21, 1912: Ther. Pleasant, Wea. T. clds. Nothing in my traps except two toes that Mr. Coon had left there during the night. Attended the regular P.M. and Priesthood meetings. David Spilsbury of Toquerville was the speaker this afternoon. ...
Tues. Sept 3, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. Windy clds. Threshed 39 bu wheat for Woodbury and moved to Judd’s for dinner Wednesday 4: Ther. Cool Wea. Light clds Finished Judd’s threshing before noon 319 bu. in all. Moved to Hurricane threshed for...
Thurs. Sept. 5, 1912: Threshed Jepson’s Man Stanworth’s and 150 bu for Jas Stanworth Sam Larson came to take my place with the thresher Friday 6: Ther. Warm Wea. Clouds Pm J.R.C. came along about 10 am we went to Washington with grists by a...
Cash Account. May.: Date. Received. Paid. 3P Fairview Seed Co 23 A.S. Dudley 7 .02 11 Jas. Humphrey 8 .02 8 Bean 8 .02 15 l 9 P G. Nurseries 11 P H.F. Seed Co 14 C. Robt P. Woodbury 17 .02 23 M.F. Stout 17 .02 27 Bank 29 .02 Hat