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    • Page 442

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    • SHERRELL VAN "JACK" SAWYERS Biography Jack Sawyers, t h e name h e usually goes b y , was born August 28, 1933. I n J o s e p h , Utah, to Bill Mac a n d Irene Miller Sawyers. He attended the f i r s t a n d second g r a d e in Joseph and completed...
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    • Larson, Jack Whiting. Barbara S t a r r , a n d Harold .Shirley; City T r e a s u r e r , Marilyn Prince; City Recorder, Yorke Nelson: S e c r e t a r> .. Shauna Fereuson: and visitors: v Rob Moore-Tribune, Jay Walmsley--Iron County Record,...
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    • July 20, 1978.. .Resolution: Tribute to Yorke Nelson, City Recorder, who passed away July 13. Debra L. Norton, acting Recorder. Aug. 31, 1978.. .Mayor appointed Jacqueline A . Bulloch a s City Recorder. Appointed a new City Manager--John F ....
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    • positions in Iron County. Instead of two Agents, there would be one who would s p e n d his time between Cedar City and t h e Iron Mines, west of Cedar City. A motion was made by Councilwoman S t a r r to i n s t r u c t the Mayor to p u s h t h e...
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    • that time. The following account was taken from the minutes of the meetings: The first session was held at 11:OO a.m. and present of the Twelve were Elders Erastus Snow and Franklin D. Richards. The Presidency of the Stake was J. C. L. Smith, John...
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    • Oct. 17. 1985 . . . Conrad Hatch made a motion to adopt an agreement with I . C . P . A . to p r e s e n t a proposal for a n alternate power system. Shaun McLeroy was t h e winner of t h e City Flag contest. Nov. 5. 1985.. .Tabulation of election...
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    • Well represented in all activities . . . . debaters, athletes, thespians, and some musicians are found in their ranks . . . . will make an outstanding class next year. WINSTON SEEGMILLER MILTON SEVY STERLING ROUNDY KENNETH SLACK ASHTON SMITH NELL...
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    • Said to be trie best "apple polishing" group of students ever to attend this institution . . . . maybe that accounts for the marks they get. IVA PACE JEAN PERRY DEVAR PERRY MARIE ROBB BEATRICE ROSENBERG NEDRA ROUNDY ROSS SARGENT LORRAINE...
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    • counter revolution. Orozco chose a red-flag emblem, designated his followers as "Red Flaggers," and went to northem Chihuahua to get recruits. He merged forces with another malcontent, Emilio Vazquez Gomez and later the title, Red Flaggers, grew to...
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    • RODNEY PALMER GLADE STEPHENSON AUSTIN JONES GRANT SEAMAN GORDON HEATON BILL MANNING MERLIE MORRIS ALPHONSO ROSE LOU CARTER DAVID S. WILLIAMS BILL FOTHERINGHAM EARL CHATTERLEY HAMBLIN LEIGH CLYDE DIXON GRANT BETHERS EASTON SAMPSON HOMER...
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    • Left to Right: Macfarlane, Parry, Redford, Slack, Cox, Chidister. Ballard, flshby, Jones, Spendlove, Bradshaw, Jones, McClelland, Barren, Ronnow. c / a H Operating on less money than any newspaper represented at the RMIP Convention held at Bozeman,...
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    • ROLAND ESPLIN Cedar City Agriculture VODIS FIDEL Delta Home Economics BETTIE SLACK FISH Toquerville Chemistry DOROTHY GARDNER Cedar City Physical Science CLYDE GLEAVE Annabella Home Economics SARA MAE GLEAVE Annabella Dietetics AUDREY JEAN...
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    • Nova Viva . . . . outstanding high school pep club . . . . always on hand to cheer the team whether we won or lost . . . . smartly uniformed, they added mu< li to our school. NOVA VIVA PEP CLUB First row: Neeley. ( owan. Foster, Fd\var
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    • WAYNE STEWART, smiling book-store clerk. MARY JANE SEAMAN, announced a five-month old marriage. ELMO TAYLOR, red, curly-haired tradesman. PHIL THORNTON, handsome 6 foot athlete. IVA LOU THOMPSON, likes the Phi Sigs. ALVIN TIDLUND, enjoys opera and...
    • 1905, Nov 8

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    • Wed. Nov. 8, 1905: Ther. Cool and threatening. Wea. Rain. Rain all afternoon Worked on to the Base line then east a mile the[n] south again, took dinner with Mr. R.S. Wofford on the first line south. It commenced to rain shortly after noon, we...
    • 1911, page 57

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    • 57 Sandburg, Emily Washington Stucki, Edwin Santa Clara Smith, Fannie Cedar City Slack, Linda Toquerville Slack, Leonard Toquerville Tollestrup, Virgil City Williams, Noel B Kanarraville Williams, Ruth Cedar City Williams,...
    • 1912, Feb 16

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    • Fri. Feb. 16, 1912: Ther. Pleasant. Wea. Clouds running South rapidly Jim and I brot small loads of lumber. I brot 767 ft. Saturday 17: Ther. Warm Wea. T. clouds Scraping off some ditch bank for father this forenoon. Went to a meeting afternoon...
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    • Nana Kenney won interpretative reading contest for second consecutive year . . . Carmen Leigh and Homer Stephenson placed first and second in extemporaneous speaking . . . Verdell Lytle, Easton Sampson, and Ham LeigK won oratory crown . . . Parry...
    • 1911, page 59

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    • 59 Webster, F. P. U. Parson Cedar City Whittaker, James Circleville Williams, Mae Kanarraville Wittwer, Lillian Bunkerville Williams, John H......................................Kanarraville Wittwer, Alice Bunkerville Williams, Kumen...

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