LESLIE PUGH CLYDE HOLLINGSHEAD MAROLD BAKER ELMER ROBERTS
Forward with an unusual combina-tion
of skill and agility. A scorer who
often placed the opposing guard in an
embarrassing position when he discov-ered
that "Les" had lost...
VERTIS WOOD BILL SANDERS LEON ADAMS KEITH SMITH
School Basket Ball Team
EDAR High Quintet made a tour north during
Christmas holidays playing games with Mil-ford
High, Delta High, Peppard Seed (a pro-fessional
team) and with Minersville,...
This additional spread of water over greater acreage caused more bottom land to sub-irrigate and added much to our rich meadow acreage. And, in turn, most of the water springs up in our lower fields and communities and is reclaimed through natural...
MINERSVILLE-ITS FOUNDING AND HISTORY
Imagine, if you 'can, coming -down* the canyon and viewing this valley prior to its settlement. The river fol-lowed much the same course as it does today, with a few scattered cottonwood trees to...
The first molasses mill was built in the street west of the school house, and was operated by Albert L. Stod-dard. Molasses took the place of sugar in those days.
The first school was held in "Grandma Corbridge's" house, located where...
The first brass band was organized under the super-vision of Mr. B. J. Shinderling, and later kept going under the leadership of George Jameson. The men in the band were Ed Rollins, Jewel Rollins, Pete Dotson, Wayne Blackburn, George Jameson, Sy...
ment it was operated on special orders of Brigham Young, to supply the Mormon pioneers with lead for bul-lets.
On March 20, 1937, the marker was dedicated in front of the Town Hall. The following program was rendered under the direction of Mrs....