Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Organizations; Music
Beth Leigh and her Boys' Chorus. First row, from left: L.D. Watson, Lee Lunt, Alan Macfarlane, Ham. Leigh, Richard Leigh, Reed Leigh, ? Lunt, Francis Betenson, Chester Smith. Second row, from left: Bernus Barlow, Evan Hunter, Howard Betenson,...
The Third Year Class
Dabatiog amd Oratory
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college this year in debating".
Last year saw the end of a six-year
competition with Dixie College for
the possession of the bronze tablet
first offered in 1923 by Attorney
Robert L. Judd, of Salt...
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S. Taylor Farnsworth was set apart as president of the stake, August 13, 1933, with Clark G. Murdock as first and William E. White as second counselor. J. Albert Muir was selected as clerk.
Until the re-organization of the stake, February 16, 1947,...
March 12, 1869, Beaver Stake was organized and Beaver was divided into two wards. John Ashworth was made bishop of the Second (now West) Ward, with Andrew Patterson and Philip Baker as counselors. In June, 1877, John X. Smith became bishop, with...
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....
Atkin, Howard; Bohn, Ray G.; Atkin, James Albert; *Bohn, Warren Hutchings; Atkin,Joe W.; Bolton, Arthur James; Atkin, John LaVar; Bowler, Clark Wilson; Baker, Gordon Reed; Boyter, Raylin; Baker, Wendell Milo; Boyter, J. Verley; Bakes,...
of Milford. He was interested in farming and mining. He owned a farm at Reed. His sons were William J. and Harry Forgie.
Mrs. Hanks, daughter of John Forgie, built the present Milford Hotel on the spot where her father had oper-ated the hotel which...
Photos of white grass in the Reed area; First deep well on Milford Flats; Group, Left to right standing: Henry Collins, Ed. Sawyer, Johnnie Forgie, Angus Buchanan, unknown, Ambrose Hedges, Billie Williams, "Frency" Garzan, unknown, Peter Guio. ...
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE THE RAILROAD COMES TO BEAVER COUNTY CONSTRUCTION OF THE RAILROAD The first railroad station at Milford was built in the year 1880. The new station, the present depot, was built in 1923. The station now named "Reed", where the...
CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE IRRIGATION AND WELLS PLAY IMPORTANT ROLE IN MILFORD VALLEY THE "RISE AND FALL" OF REED In early days there were beautiful ranches along down the river in Milford Valley. There was a ranch at Yellow Bank owned by James...