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    • something on the side of the mountain that moved. On closer observation, we could see that it was an army of soldiers winding down the mountain trail. 1 ran to the meeting house to give warning. The Bishop, Brother Earnest Steiner, told al1 the...
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    • CEDAR CITY: THE BUILDING OF A COMMUNITY ( D r . Arrington, L.D. S. Church Historian, delivered the following address at Cedar City, Utah during the 125th anniversary celebration, November, 1976.) The rich historical legacy left by Cedar City's...
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    • Dec. 16. 1920.. .Marshal Nelson asked permission to purchase bedding, stove pipe, and bucket for the City Jail. Jan. 7 . 1921.. .Resolutions passed by various civic and Council members to inforce the ordinance in regard to sanitation, the dog...
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    • Sophomore Roll Call HURCHELL URIE. The boy who puts the say in saying. LEON LEIGH. Nicknamed "Fatty." Our famous little miler. CLARENCE RIDDLE. Class President, first semester. One of our best students; studies late at night but wants "Day" all the...
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    • June 9 , 1921.. .City disclaimed all responsibility in the death of two cows ( F . W . Leigh) and the burning out of 39 street lamps caused by the breaking of one of the street lighting wires. The City claimed that the construction of same is...
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    • out at Lund, Utah, by Harry Hunter, Mother's brother-in-law. He took us to his home. It was a happy reunion for Grandmother Lunt and her daughter, Rose. We stayed there about a week. Mother's folks and fnends h e d up an apartment on First West,...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 211 correct on that and I think there is a movement afoot for putting that connection back. Radio has reacted in times past. We were dead on arrival with television, that did not happen, we were dead with...
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    • satisfaction to Henry after the meeting about what he had said about the Church]. The Deseret Territorial Fair was taking place in Salt Lake at the time the emigration companies anived. Henry was interested in the exhibit of manufactured articles,...
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    • Motion Councilman Palmer t h a t t h e City Attorney be directed t o make formal application to the Public Utilities Commission for a certificate of convenience a n d necessity, permitting this City to install a Municipal Electric Plant. Also, t h...
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    • days]. We were greeted with a hearty welcome by our many old friends. Brother James Haslam, Captain of the Brass Band, with his brethren serenaded us in the evening with music and stayed until a late hour. Maq Ann Wdson's oldest daughter,...
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    • WINONA HUNTER MILTON JOLLEY HENRIETTA JONES QUINN JONES IONE JACKSON RAE JOLLEY D. ELDON LUNT DONALD LAMOREAUX GEORGE LAWRENCE PAUL LUNT IRENE MOSDELL MAUDE MUMFORD Lack not in musical or dramatic ability . . . . provided leading characters for...
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    • specific sum to he used in the purchase of necessary rightof-way and depot g r o u n d s . ...a n d t h e City T r e a s u r e r is hereby authorized and empowered to pay to the p r o p e r p e r s o n , p e r s o n s , o r committee, upon...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 216 Through social media, all fans have that connection to their artists, whether that is Metallica, Katy Perry or Justin Bieber, and they Tweet back, and there's something about, that makes it awesome. Part...
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    • tickets cost $3.00 and could be paid in produce. W have e been unable to unearth documentation of activities of the Dramatic Association beyond 1880, but it is safe to say that a community tradition had been set which no doubt led to support and...
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    • protection. As the train meandered across central Arkansas, it grew to more than forty wagons, including several hundred blooded horses and a thousand head of cattle; the total wealth of the caravan was $70,000, by far one of the richest to cross...

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