The City Government
OUR school has bee.n noted for its efficient student
body organizations, chief of which is the school
city. The students of the B. A. C. have been
granted a city charter, and they have enacted city
ordinances. Thus they are...
School Calendar for 191 5 & '16
(Continued frOln page 79)
Jan. 18. The B. B. club entertains in chapel.
Jan. 26. Sen1ester exams. begin.
Jan. 28. Close of first sen1ester.
Jan. 31. Celebrate beginning of second sell1ester by dancing froll1
Student Body Officers
VERT IS WOOD
Commissioner of Publications
E. RAY LYMAN
High School Basketball Team
^B. G/1. C. Scouts
cMerabers of Scoutmasters Training, Course
J. H. MAUGHAN ARTHUR J. MORRIS I. Y. BIGELOW
President of Council Commissioner Deputy Commissioner
Zion National Park Council Instructor Instructor
JOHN A. YOUNG
THE scholarship of the Utah Agricultural College is unsur-passed
by that of any other institution in Utah and is
equalled by few institutions of higher learning in the West,
as is evidenced by the following facts:
1. The Utah...
so far completed as to be suitable for the occasion. The earth floor, spread with a blanket, sufficed for a table and the seats were of oriental style.
The year of 1855 had been a year of calamity, famine and distress. The crops in this part of the...
The early afternoon was for children's sports and foot-racing. Sometimes there would be a ball game be-tween the soldiers from the Fort and the citizens. Later in the day came horse races on the old "Straight Track," north of town. In the evening...
school hours it is made available to the citizens who wish to do work there for themselves.
Perhaps no department of the school has done more for the town than has the Music department, with its excellent band and choruses, under such able...
building, which was used for Tithing and Quorum purposes.
With Murdock came also William Fotheringham, a man of considerable note, who had filled two missions, one to far-off India, the other to South Africa. The two missions covered a period of...
nary, 1877, and the General Conference of the Church held at that place in April following, the reorganization of the various stakes and wards began. Accordingly, at the Stake Quarterly Conference held in Beaver, July 25-26, a time of spiritual...
HISTORY OF BEAVER STAKE
Beaver Stake is the eighth oldest in the west. It was established March 12, 1866, with John R. Murdock as president; William Fotheringham as first and Daniel Tyler as second counselors. This organization existed until July...
poses. After other, and more modern, facilities for school were procured, this building was rented to the Beaver Creamery, where butter and cheese were manufactured. Then, finally, it was turned over to the Beaver High School and the old historic...
approached the mayor and asked, "Do you wish to have Powers arrested? The mayor replied, "There is no other thing, just now, we desire so much." "Give me the authority," said the stranger, "and I will make the arrest." Due authority having been...
BEAVER CITY INCORPORATED IN 1867
An act to incorporate Beaver City in Beaver County was passed and approved by the Governor and Legisla-ture of the Territory of Utah, January 10, 1867. Also enacted that all that portion of country situated within...
ministration the city ordinances were.amended,. revised and compiled by S. A. Kenner, and. published in book.form.
A room in the County Court House was procured for a council chamber. Installing.a towu., clock and bell in the Court House tower was...
the printing. Wilson G. Nowers was appointed clock cus-todian. City recorder E. E. Cowdell resigned ; Robert Fotheringham, appointed.
1893-William H. Bakes, mayor, with Reinhard Maeser, Frank D. Farnsworth, Jesse Baldwin, Walter S. Tolton and...