Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Bakeries; Postal service; Business
"The Bakery building was first used by Andelin when he first came here as an ice-cream parlor. 1901-1907, then George Stoll operated it as a bakery. Building owned by Danny Pendleton. A little milky, watery thin ice-cream with six crackers or...
The Junior College Tournament
r~p*HE Rocky Mountain Junior Col-kge
Basketball Tournament is a
Southern Utah idea. The first meet
was held at Snow College in 1924
with only four teams participating.
The following year, with other
schools added, the...
The Girls' Dormitory
/T"^HE Dormitory started off with
a bang. We had several dis-putes
over which sheets went into
which room. We were even guilty
of yelling "Say you," at the teach-ers.
Finally we settled down for a
little while. Then, during the...
Count Von Arnheim
Thaddeus ( a fugitive) . . . .
Devilshoof (a Gypsy leader)
Florestein (nephew of the Count)
Arline, at six (daughter of the Count)
Arline, a t eighteen . . . . .
Gypsy Queen . . . . . .
Budha (attendant to...
John: "What's the matter with
Carl: "He picked a fight with( a
S John: "Is he looking for a fight to-
,y Carl: "Not out of that eye."
,$• Two students were arrested for steal-ing.
One had stolen a...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
Dramatic performances are always a special feature of the student activities. Tryouts are held for parts in the play, so that all those who desire may have a chance of performing. The Music Department offers the best of training in band, orchestra,...
Indian situation. It was decided to call all the Beaver Indians together and feed them at the Tithing Office yard and there hold sort of a "Pow-Pow," and appoint a recognized Chief from among them. Beaver Adz was chosen Chief and all the Indians,...
Beaver Adz was popular among the Indians and was considered the best shot with bow and arrow, in the tribe. Pahshaunts was also an expert shot. "Mike" Powers, owner of the Star Saloon, in Beaver, asked Pahshaunts to come with his bow and arrow and...
The Navajos were cunning and crafty thieves, having different ways to deceive the settlers. Part of the band would profess great friendship and would camp in town at the Tithing Office and have beef and other supplies given them. They would trade...
travelers and freighters. It's beginning was somewhat different from the forts that have been mentioned before and was built for the protection of settlers that were to build communities.
It was built of black volcanic rock laid in lime mortar, 100...
Boyter, John Merchant, Charles Merchant, Orrin Puffer, Ephriam O. Puffer, Hannah Gale, Henry C. Gale, Lafayette Shepherd were also among the early settlers.
Charles Merchant (1842-1904) and John Merchant (1850-1927) came from Australia with their...
Fennemore, merchant and photographer; George Buckner, brewery; Selig and Simon, wholesale liquors; Michael Powers, Star Saloon; Mrs. E. Smith, restaurant; The Bettensen Hotel; The Centennial Hotel, (Mrs. Betty Mathews, proprietress); James Low...
MOUNTAINS, LAKES AND STREAMS
The mountains, known as the Tushar Range, east of Beaver City, are full of ideal places for outdoor recreation, fishing, hunting and camping. The fishing up and down...
subjects; Edward P. Kimball, music; Miss Freda Barnum, physical education, elocution (speech), and preparatory; and Miss Mary J. Ollerton, English and preparatory subjects. Mrs. Hattie Cluff was matron. Each teacher also taught a theology...
In 1905, several new courses were begun. One of the racks on the west side of the campus, which had never been used, was fitted up for carpenter and blacksmith shops, with Leasel Brasher as teacher. A domestic science department was added, with...
he labored the greater part of his life. The walls of this little room were usually adorned with guns of every make and size of the day, and there were rows and rows of brass keys strung on wire.
Mr. Ash was a special friend of the Indians, who...
monuments, of different shapes and sizes, ranging from flat markers to shafts 10 to 12 feet high. He also received orders and shipped many stones to the surrounding towns.
Mr. Boyter operated the marble works until 1912. His son, Henry K. Boyter,...