Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Business
Cedar City Co-op store. F. B. Wood, manager, in doorway. Scales to far left; storage shed, behind. The Bank of Southern Utah was later built on this site. The First Security Bank now occupies the building in 1982.
"WHEN we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we
discover that our life is embosomed in beauty."
Experiences left behind us assume an even more
pleasing form than we had anticipated, and as the timle approaches
Our Motto: "Wotk and Win"
Who defended that flag pole,
Against the Juniors bold?
Who kept their colors waving high
While they struggled valiantly by?
Who stood by and cheered them
Against those who fought them?
JOHN S. CHRISTENSEN
It is hard to tell of which hc is
the more proud-the state championship
or "Little Jack."
N. WILLIAM KNUDSE T
Let the howlers howl and the
growlers growl, and the geegaws
Behind the night there is plenty
'T^HE mere mentioning of the
term "High School" brings
trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences.
Some of my memories
send thrills of pleasure coursing
through my body; some send chills
of displeasure. The pleasurable
HE organization behind the publications at the B. A. C. is
largely responsible for their success. Just as debating,
dramatics, or athletics, is under the supervision of a coach,
so are "The Student" and "The Agricola."
It is the duty...
INDIANS OF BEAVER COUNTY
THE INDIAN RAID ON LEE'S RANCH
As Told by Gideon A. Murdock, 1917
On October 27, 1866, the majority of Beaver men had assembled to construct a roof on the Stake meeting house. The first rafter had just been...
fence in the center of block 29, just east of where the telephone office now stands. The bullet cut the emigrant's leather belt, yet he stopped long enough to pick up his pistol. A few minutes later, William Anderson saw Sissix elevate his gun and...
therewith. This, together with the opening of the mines in the west end of the county and the location of the soldiers at the Military Post two miles east of Beaver City, with numerous saloons operating, made of it a high-powered community. EARLY...
On the corner'where Dr. Busch's office is, was a large storage cellar which belonged to A. G. Campbell. Behind the cellar, where the McCulley house stands, was a saloon, and a blacksmith shop. Earlier, Mat Cullen had a store on the corner. Angus...
as he did, he managed to get hold of an old sawed-off shotgun. Quickly he turned the gun on the robber and ordered him to dance. The robber then danced until he could no longer dance, and the freighter took his horse, tied it to his wagon and drove...
Photos of Lotttie Barton Bardsley, a day operator in Milfords first telephone office. Daisy Rowley, mail carrier to Ely for many years. John McKeon, son of P. B. McKeon, behind Mrs. Bardsley; Milford Cash Store, P. B. McKeon, prop., stood on...