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    • Chapter 23 - Page 183

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    • Cedar Livestock Company. The Mercantile Store. Lehi M. and Rass take sheep to Gunlock, Utah. ~'Pootr"Walker. Lehi elected president of first Chamber of Commerce. Lehi chosen and ordained Bishop of Cedar City West Ward. Minutes of meetings while in...
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    • PARLEY DALLEY Biography 1886 - 1970 Parley Dalley was born November 5 , 1886, the son of James and Petrina B. Dalley. He grew up on a farm in Summit. Utah, the place of his b i r t h , and attended the oneroom school there. He then went to the...
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    • times. The U.S. Army was pressing upon the people uttenng dire threats as to what would take place when it reached the ~ a l l e y s . ~ n Fmstrated i seeking pace, bankrupting themselves to store food and ammunition, and stmggling to reestablish...
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    • be operated. He asked us to give the Church the first chance of purchase, which we agreed to do." "Suhsequently, David Bulloch had a conference with the Presidency of the Church in Salt Lake City. Brother Brigham Young Jr. was called in and he...
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    • 18 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA (1981) defined that the Chinese culture is situation-centered; the Chinese style of life is centered on relationships defined by Confucian doctrine, which emphasize fidelity and virtue, benevolent fathers and...
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    • 5, 1917. 'This involved Lehi's and Henrietta's three youngest sons, Lehi Rass and Will. Two months after the United States declared war, Rass married Martha Langford on June 20, 1g17> the Salt Lake Temple. in Rass and Martha met in Cedar City when...
    • 1927 134

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    • Son of Monarch, owned by P. A. Clark, Sire of his 1924-25 crop of lambs Stud Ewe, bred and owned by W. W. Pendelton and Sons, Parowan, Utah, Sired by the J. W. Mathews Ram of Ohio 138
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    • Jane's mother, brother and sister, leaving her alone with her father, who remanied three years later. Being the oldest child, she was her father's chef dependence for help and spent much of her time in the field doing a man's work. In 1863 she...
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    • to make a drain ditch for the increasing water as the snow melted. Father was a skillful work'er and, by the time the crowd was ready to return home, the road was in good shape with a rock filled drain and the mud almost dry. Father saw an urgent...
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    • hun back to camp on the end of the rope. Instead of telling the soldiers to shoot him, this time 1just pulled out my pistol, without saying anything, and dropped the steer for them to take care of They came running up and said, 'Why did you shoot...
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    • it wasn't very serious he boarded the train, afler buying the horses, and went as far as Colonia Dublan where he stayed with some f
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    • Eventually five of the eight brothers, as well as Edgerton's wife, Ama May, purchased farms near Duncan with the intention of living there permanently. Owen's wife, Velma, was expecting a baby and was very excited about it, especially since she had...
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    • CWSW 63 Morse J. J., Lorsch J. W., (1970). Beyond Theory Y. Harvard Business Review. Human Resource Management. Neuliep, J.W., (1987). The Influence of Theory X and Theory Y Management Styles on the Selection of Compliance-Gaining Strategies....
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    • Smeath, George, 339 Smith, Alfred K., 68 Smith. Benjamin, 97 Smith, Benjamin Jr., 81 Smith, Don, 299 Smith, h a , 361 Smith, E m a , 366 Smith George A,. 5, 6, 22, 25, 470, 471, 473, 479, 487, 489 Smith, Gordon, 259 Smith, Henry, 366 Snith, J....
    • 1904, Dec 2

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    • Fri. Dec. 2, 1904: Ther. Cold north wind., Wea. Cloudy. Walked about twenty five miles south to Cold Springs were entertained by Mrs. J.H.D. Terral and her two Sons. 71) Saturday 3: Ther. Cold., Wea. Cloudy, Wind. Walked over to Mondamin P.O. Met...
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    • O n Lehi's eighty-sixth hirthday Nov. 15, 1940 an article appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune entitled "Scores Honor Pioneer of Southern Utah," the opening paragraph stated that: Lehi W. Jones Looks Back on Long and Active Career -Cedar City - Lehi...
    • 1905, Jun 27

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    • Tues. June 27, 1905: Ther. Sultry Wea. Cloudy. cleared off pm We ate dinner with Mr. J.A. Burt about a quarter south of the school house. Stopped in the shade of a vacant house and took a shave this afternoon. Went another mile west along the Base...
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    • "hly Brother Lehi, born Xovember 1854 at Cedar City Utah, was five feet nine inches in height and weighed 155 pounds. H e was very light in romplesiou, followed farming, stock raising and general business. By strict economy, thrift and industry, he...

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