~ 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,...
To Martha, When She and Rass Quit
I saw them oft before
As they passed by the door,
Their merry tones resound
As they wander all around
Through the lane.
They say that in their prime
They were together all the time~
Put it down.
"From his miles is radiated
the light of cheerfulness."
"The fairest garden in her
And in her head the wisest
MORO I URIE
"He hath a heart as sound as
And his· tongue is the clapper,
SenIor DIrect ry
Cedar City, Utah
Cedar City, Utah
given unnumbered days of her time to the gathering of historical data, old photographs, and biographies. Mrs. Mackerell's worthy aids contributed their share toward the completion of this project. Many committees and individuals worked untiringly...
Photos of Pioneers at Woolen Mills Marker: Amelia S. Smith, Frances Jones, Martha Patterson, Heber C. Dean. Sponsored by Greenwood Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers; John Ashworth, first superintendent of Woolen Mills and second Mayor of Beaver. ...
Photos of Robert Stoney, church worker and choir leader, Nephi Williams, violinist for pioneer dances and Martha M. Moyes Williams, William Robinson, "Sweet singer in Israel," and Orissa Harris Robinson, Hattie Ashworth, favorite soloist.
devoted their lives to this profession. Necessarily, those women were patient, kind, tender and skilled to be able to answer the many calls and to have endeared themselves in the hearts of the pioneer women. Every hamlet had these "mother"...
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,...
violin. There were other musical instruments put in the choir later. In 1865, a new church was commenced and as it came near completion Bishop John R. Murdock saw the need of a larger choir, but there was no leader. He went to Salt Lake City, and...
Stoney did not assume the title of professor. He was, however, an energetic worker as a leader in choir and church work, and raised the standard of the choir equal with any in Southern Utah. He was also the leader of Beaver's, first Brass Band....
WORLD WAR II Joseph Clyde Murdock, Alma Wayne Barton,* Norman Gerald Murdock, James Byron Blackner*, Elmer Murdock, West Barton, Ferrell Morris Scott, Ralph J. Walbeck,* Ralph Clifford Fordham, Morris Blackner, Joseph King Morris, ...
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...
Photos of Alonzo Colton, early pioneer; Abraham Wood, first white boy born in Minersville. Mary Ann Baker Wood; William Myers and Martha Ogden Myers, early pioneers; Mary E. Lightner, first Relief Society President, also early school teacher
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...