Grade school pageant. First row, from left: Orsen Haight (union soldier), Alice Bailey ("Mamie"), Wilford Fife (Indian). Second row: Jennie Perry (Montana), Ann Jones (California), Pearl Higbee (Columbia), Myrtle Decker (Goddess of Liberty), Mary...
,G. HUNTE;R LUNT, A. B.
"Not to know me argues youfse1f
The lowest of your throng."
MYRTLE DECKER, A. B.
E,arthl's noble!st thing-a woman
R. L. WRIGLEY, B. S.
Thinks more of the college farm
than he does of his classes,...
HWhat you have said,
I will consider; what you have
I will with patience hear, and
find a time
Both meet to hear and ilnS\yer.'·
She needs no other rosary, for
her thread of life is strung with
the beads of love...
Chapel; $150 for Liberty Bonds; $25 for Savings Stamps; $39 for the suffering in Europe, and 783 articles of clothing for destitute Belgians.
President Woolsey's board was released in 1925. Emma Smith, president, with Eva Carlow and Sarah...
ness to children suffering with defective teeth, tonsils and tuberculosis. Board released in 1931. Lottie Farrer, president; Ruth Wittwer and Claudia Morgan, counselors; Alpha Stapley, secretary and treasurer; Martha Paice, assistant. Ministering...
this group; cooked and sold many hot dinners. The canning project was continued, which required many long hours of their time and labor. Board released in 1942. Zelma Muir, president; Pauline Firmage and Lydia Smith, counselors ; Jennie Tanner,...
ing because of their whole-hearted support. Poppy wreaths are made each year to be placed on the graves of our departed heroes. Essays in the schools have been sponsored by them. Five district presidents have come from the unit, namely Minerva...
THIRTEEN BEAVER SOLDIERS GIVE LIVES
But some did not return. They were left on foreign soil where they had paid the supreme sacrifice. Their names follow
BAKES, RUSSELL V. (Air Corps)-Killed August 24, 1944, when his plane went down in the...
Chaper twenty-nine OTHER CHURCHES, LODGES AND ORGANIZATIONS THE METHODIST CHURCH The first Sunday School Union meeting was organized July 7, 1905, and was first held in a home. There were nine children and five adults present. They carried on...
FIRST BEAVER COUNTY CHAPTER On August 24, 1931, the first Beaver County Company of Daughters of Pioneers was organized with the follow-ing executives : Isabel B. Gillies, president ; Edith C. Wool-sey and Rosella M. Eyre, vice-presidents ; Alice...
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SCHOOL.
Twenty-six bound volumes of Harper's Magazine and other books by Mrs. Emma J. McVicker of the Board of Regents. Also other books for the Library by the following:
PRINCIPAL. MILTON BENNION; Miss ANNIE E....
Student of the Univ. of Calif. 1904; Student of the Los Angeles Business College, 1907-'08; National Diploma in Pen Work, Los Angeles Business College, 1907; Student of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City, 1909; Teacher in the Branch...
35 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Spilsbury, Estella Toquerville, Washington County
Taylor, George Parowan, Iron County
Taylor, Junius "
Urie, Janet F Cedar, Iron County
Webster, John "...
35 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
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,...
34 SOUTHERN BRANCH
LIST OF STUDENTS.
Decker, Mrytle Cedar City, Iron County
Edwards, Morgan Paragoonah, "
Hafen, Charles Santa Clara, Washington County
Haight, Herbert Cedar City, Iron County
igbee, Pearl " ...
39 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Melling, Margaret Cedar City, Iron County
Middleton, Marie Cedar City, Iron County
Morris, Cora Parowan, Iron County
Morris, Lena Isabelle Parowan, Iron County
of the Los Angeles Business College, 19,07-8; National Diploma in Pen Work, Los Angeles Business College, 1907; Student of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City, 1909; Teacher in the Branch Normal, 1909-10; Principal Paragoonah District...