Old folks party, many of these people lived in the Old Fort and moved to Cedar City in 1857, they are our real pioneers. First row: Uriah Goodfellow, John Chatterly, Timothy Adams, Evan Williams, John Adams, John Fretwell, Winnie Roche, ? Root, ?...
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Spirit of the Pioneers
'T^HE policy of the Branch Agri-cultural
College to serve here in
Southern Utah in an educational,
cultural and instructive way has
been carried out this year. The stu-dents
and faculty members have
gone into Cedar City and...
'T^HE mere mentioning of the
term "High School" brings
trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences.
Some of my memories
send thrills of pleasure coursing
through my body; some send chills
of displeasure. The pleasurable
IRA N. HAYWARD
WESLEY J. PRYOR
Commissioner of Publications
Editor, The Student
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B. A. C. Band
MELY IN DONE
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PIONEER HONOR ROLL McEwen, Joseph Rolf, Samuel Myers, William Reid, Richard Nowers, Wilson G. Reid, George Nickerson, Charles Reid, Thomas Nickerson, Eleazer Riddle, Isaac Nelson, Edward Ramsey, John K. Nelson, Dan Stoney, Robert Oakden, Charles...
Thompson, an engineer, who came originally from New York, told the people at this meeting that he could re-survey the town into blocks 24 rods square with streets 6 rods wide, including the sidewalks, and all could have a corner lot. His plan was...
monuments, of different shapes and sizes, ranging from flat markers to shafts 10 to 12 feet high. He also received orders and shipped many stones to the surrounding towns.
Mr. Boyter operated the marble works until 1912. His son, Henry K. Boyter,...
1915 to 1919. Vie Christian took the principalship again for the year 1919-20, then C. B. McMullin for the years 1920-22. John F. Joseph came in the fall of 1922 and held the job until 1930, when C. B. McMullin again took over the position, holding...
1923 to 1929; George Marshall Jr., 1923 to 1935; C. A. Bailey, 1925 to 1929; E. N. Thompson, 1926 to 1931; D. J. Williams, 1926 to 1931; Henry Bowman Jr., 1929 to 1933; John C. Tolton, 1931 to 1935; Parley B. Fisher, 1931 to present; Joseph C....
The Wells Fargo Express established an office in Beaver about 1877 or 1878. Charles Woodhouse was manager.
James Low, a native of Scotland and a convert to the Mormon Church, was one of Beaver's original pio-neers. He took an active part in the...
is to be found the old town of Frisco, noted for the Horn Silver Mine. Also, it passes through the big valley known as Pine, near the Indian Peak Indian Reservation, and on into Nevada with a direct line to the famous Lehman's Cave near Baker,...
1910-11 --D. 1. Frazer, mayor; Aubrey F. Tolton, Joseph F. Gillies, S'. L Tanner, Oliver Ashworth and Ebenezer Gillies; councilmen; Elizabeth Fotheringham, re-corder... Sidewalks paved in Districts Nos. 2 and 3. Fran-chisegranted to Harry. S....
purchased and grandstand built on city park. Fire hose purchased. Edith C. Woolsey, recorder.
1924-25-Clyde L. Messinger, mayor; Henry K. Boy-ter, J. Frank Smith, George Cockett, Thomas W. Gunn and T. L. Griffith, councilmen; Edith C. Woolsey,...
on the northeast corner of the Public Square. S. Taylor Farnsworth was commander of the Legion Post when the monument was erected.
World War I Roll of Honor Following is Beaver City's Roll of Honor for World War I, as taken from the...
Due to shortage of water in the early days, there was little hay raised by the Minersville settlers. To supple-ment the small supply, the ranchers, farmers and stock-men would make regular trips to the Yellow Banks, 20 miles north of Minersville,...