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LEGRANDE HOLLAND WAYNE THOMPSON ERVIL SANDERS
LOYD HEATON ALDEN WOODHOUSE THEO CORRY
FLOYD H EATON RAY MATHESON LEON ADAMS
ELMER MATHESON CHESTER JONES
PIONEER HONOR ROLL McEwen, Joseph Rolf, Samuel Myers, William Reid, Richard Nowers, Wilson G. Reid, George Nickerson, Charles Reid, Thomas Nickerson, Eleazer Riddle, Isaac Nelson, Edward Ramsey, John K. Nelson, Dan Stoney, Robert Oakden, Charles...
Canyon Lodge, 210 North Main Street. Built in 1947-48. Built by Reid Miller and Opal Houston Miller. The Presbyterian Church was purchased during World War II by Opal Miller. After Reid Miller's return from the war they removed the church and built...
John and Lena Worthen Miller home, about 213 North Main Street. Built in 1905 by Dr. Garn and Allie Webb Clark. Ned and Allie Tebbs Miller were the second owners of the house. Later Reid and Opal Miller owned it. Finally Russell and Natalie Miller...
Riley and Margaret Houston Clark home, 209 North Main. Land purchased in 1886 and the home was built in 1900. Later Dr. W.W. and Amy Ilene Alred Bigelow lived in the house. Next Reid and Opal Miller lived in the house.
Latter-Day Saint South Ward Chapel, 110 South Main. The property was originally owned by John D. Lee. Afton Lee and Reta Reid Lee built a house on this land. It became the property of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and the South...
Christopher and Sara Lena Shakespear Neilson home, 375 South Main Street. The house was sold to Ivan and Gertrude Reid, who remodeled it. It was later sold to Robert and Grace Bemfield, who remodeled it again.