Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
This house used to stand on the present (1982) site of Henry Jones home on 97 S. 300 W. across the street from the college. They held classes in it at one time. The house next to it is the old Dr. George W. Middleton Hospital, now the home of...
HThu.s grief still treads upon the
heels of pleasure;
Married in haste we may repent at
:ROBERT S. GARDNER, B. S.
He appreciates a joke, the value of
concentrated, steady effort, and a
two years' course in German. A
My Mary Hicks
Osroe's knocking at thy door,
Just as he's knocked so oft before,
Doesn't he become a bore?
For he keeps coming 'more and more,
And he's calling as of yore,
"Mary Hicks, my Mary Hicks."
Listen to his sweet...
He's married, and that's just plenty
Practice makes perfect-even 111 hot
I shall never be aware of my own wit
until I break my shins against it.
B. B. Roll Call
BLACK PADDY .. (Ray Thomas) High Mogul. Married. HAPpy (Leonard Bowen) Just wait.
SMILY TUCK ..... (Orin Jones) Don't like the girls.
TAFFY (Marion vVoolley) Got someone else's
... '. (Pratt Tollestrup) Same fix as...
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...
shoo Coyote's two big hounds before they could get into his camp to bury him there with his guns, etc.
Sissix, "the renegade Ute," was banished from the Ute Tribe for murder. He then went to live with the Pavants of Corn Creek, in Millard County....
expired, they married and established themselves in our midst as private citizens.
In April, 1883, due to the long distance of hauling provisions and supplies, the camp was disbanded and the troops moved to Fort Douglas at Salt Lake.
Dr. John Ward Christian's early education was under the direction of the Catholic Fathers. Later he attended Pennsylvania State College, now Jefferson College, where he was graduated as an M. D.
HIGHLIGHTS OF HIS LIFE
During the Mexican War, he was...
of the institution until about 1890, it was possible to se-cure all the wool necessary to operate the plant by exchanging the mill products for the wool. About this time, wool demanded cash or mostly cash and the mills found it difficult to sell...
Guard Called to Active Duty As war clouds hung over Europe, our own government deemed it advisable to call all National Guard units into active service. In March, 1941, Beaver's unit was inducted into the regular U. S. Army, and began preparations...
The furnace of the smelter was made of stone, with a firebox beneath a cup where the lead was placed. When the lead was melted,-'a hole beneath was opened and the lead ran out into molds. This bullion was used as money, which was a curiosity in...
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...
in. As the passengers loitered about, he noticed a lady passenger who had a sick baby. He overheard the lady ask one of the men to assist her.
The man answered, "No, I am not a baby tender." After the stage had gone, McCarty got on his horse and...
that of being the first car foreman, rip track foreman, and engine carpenter. His interest in civic affairs was keen and he was voted a member of the town board, member of the school board, and later, mayor. His wife and other women were...
team. I knew a fellow by the name of George Smith who did a lot of freighting. I also knew Mrs. Squires and her son-in-law, Aaron Grover of Wah Wah Springs. We watered the sheep there in the fall and spring when going by till Mr. Newhouse piped...
WAH WAH SPRINGS Wah Wah Springs was settled in July, 1870, by Edwin S. Squires and Lydia Abbott Squires. They were on their way to California to locate. They had a herd of cattle and when they got to Nevada they were asked to pay a tax on the...
and Mrs. Squires. They were married January 9, 1895, at Wah Wah. Owen Grover never owned the springs, his daughter, Mrs. Irene Green says. Mrs. Green says that her uncle, Joseph DeMeulle, owned a small place east of the main farm at Wah Wah and he...