Old folks party, many of these people lived in the Old Fort and moved to Cedar City in 1857, they are our real pioneers. First row: Uriah Goodfellow, John Chatterly, Timothy Adams, Evan Williams, John Adams, John Fretwell, Winnie Roche, ? Root, ?...
"Betty." Is noted for his yarns on speech days. Our
famous half mile man. (It is a half mile from school to
the Sheep Store.)
Sophomore yell master, first semester. School yell master.
Our leader in school activities....
I'm slow in school, but my money on
it, I'll soon be in with the '''vV ork·
Student Editor. Knows everybody's
business and has a string on several.
(Fond of "Armstrong Heaters.")
If it were not for the pretty girls and
Will's disposition he would be a
My kingdom for silks, automobiles
and a man.
JUNIOR MC CONNELL
Nature has produced strange things in
She's a darling...
1\1r. Homer (In Physiology): If I should stand on my
head, where would the blood of my body go?
Student: To your head.
Mr. Homer: All right, but why doesn't the blood go
to my feet now?
Student: Because there is something in your feet.
TAFT WATTS LEO LARSON GUY WHITTAKER GRANT LANGSTON
LILLIAN ADAMS WANDA LUKE JUNE FOSTER
MARIAN SHERRATT MELBA MIDDLETON LAVERNA HEATON LUWANE WOOD
KENT WHITTAKER DeMOINE JONES LORNA LOWE
CECIL BAKER DON HATTON LA VON JONES MENZIES...
CHAPTER THIRTEEN GREENVILLE-ITS FOUNDING AND HISTORY SETTLED IN 1860 Greenville, a small town located some five miles southwest of Beaver, was settled in 1860 by a group of people from Parowan and Cedar City. As early as 1857, however, these...
women who took up such work were Mrs. Ruth Reese, "Aunt Jane" Richards, and "Grandma" Jenkins. It is believed that Mrs. Jenkins was the first to practice in Greenville. When Mrs. Reese would meet one of "her boys," she would say, "I was the first...
by out-of-town people, who came to hear the choir and other vocal and musical selections rendered, and they were never disappointed. They also had a dramatic club, and during winter months would put on many fine plays, sometimes taking them to...
great-grandson of C. D. White, Sr. At this time the enrollment of children was 100 per cent. HONOR ROLL Honor for the most outstanding records in the history of Beaver Stake Primary goes to Mary F. Goodwin and Catherine Muir, of the Beaver West...
Beaver City. In 1901, Frank D. Farnsworth resigned. S. D. Underwood was appointed to serve balance of term.
1902-3-John Ward Christian, mayor; N. P. Ipson, Frank D. Farnsworth, William Low, Edward Fernley and Robert Stoney, councilmen; Clara...
Webster, F. P. U. Parson Cedar City
Whittaker, James Circleville
Williams, Mae Kanarraville
Wittwer, Lillian Bunkerville
Williams, John H......................................Kanarraville
Wittwer, Alice Bunkerville
Male and female students. Some are sitting, others are standing. Two copies. Accompaning paper reads: "Top row (l to r) Ray Gibson, _Neilson, [unknown] , Louring Whittaker, Aldridge Thorley, [Elvid Williams], Lawrence Esplin, [Murl Gibson] 2nd row...
Branch Agricultural College--Cedar City (Utah)--Track and field; Branch Agricultural College--Cedar City (Utah)--Students
Championship track and field team. This team took first place in the Southern Division, and second place in the State H.S. Track and Field meet in 1916. In the Division meet, the BAC boys took more points than Mrudock, Dixie and Kanab H.S....
Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
"The Iron County Farmer/Lunatic" staged at Branch Agricultural College. Includes, left to right: Pratt Tollestrup, Gordon Hunter, Ivan Decker, Vera Rose, Wilford Griffin, Lorin Whittaker and Ray Robinson.
College of Southern Utah (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
Trades and Industry club, row one: Richard Schoenfield, J. V. Davis, Lowell Brierley, Darwin Thompson, Mike McKnight, Richard Donohue, Roe Esplin, Wayne Roberts, Donald Horton, Leon Gymon; row two: Alfred Leavitt, Clark Bingham, Larell...