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    • SPROUSE - REITZ COMPANY | | STATIONERY II = = Offers B. A. C. students congratula- • 1 = — ° — a n d —• I E . I . 1 tions on completion of another year SCHOOL SUPPLIES I I | i of outstanding achievements. At Reasonable Prices | | Cedar City, Utah I...
    • yearbook1922i003: Foreword

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
    • FOREWORD: "A friend is one before whom I may speak my thoughts." How numerous the friendships formed in High School where we are free in our associations as compared with the friendships of future life. In future life social standards demand...
    • Navajo Lake Campground

    • Navajo Lake Campground (Kane County, Utah); Camp sites, facilities, etc.--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • A sign at Navajo Lake Campground. The sign reads "Operation outdoors- Improvement project-to meet the growing demand for outdoor recreartion-US Department of Agriculture-Forest Service." Navajo Lake is seen in the background. There are wildflowers...
    • 1908, page 30

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    • 30 SOUTHERN BRANCH Choral Society. This organization consists of the chorus with orchestra accompaniment. Two rehearsals per week will be given. One hour credit toward completing the Branch Normal School course will be given to those who do...
    • 1909, page 32

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    • 32 SOUTHERN BRANCH dent to read at sight any of the simpler musical compositions, writing from sound, Choral work, Choir singing and Church music. Two hours per week. Musical Theory, Harmony and Composition. This course will consist of...
    • 1910, page 38

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    • 38 A deposit of five dollars must be paid to become a member of the orchestra. Band. Two practices per week. Young men who have ambition to become band leaders may develop themselves in that art in this organization. A deposit...
    • 1911, page 37

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    • 37 able the student to read at sight any of the simpler musical compositions, writing from sound, Choral work, Choir singing and Church music. Two hours per week. Musical Theory, Harmony and Composition. This course will consist of...
    • 1912, page 42

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    • 42 Musical Theory, Harmony and Composition. This course will consist of practical application of the principles of harmony as applied in actual composition, theory of music, musical form and expression ; practice in composition, criticism of...
    • Page 127

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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minute Book.. .1900-1904 Dec. 29, 1 9 0 0 . . .Mayor Heyborne stated that the main object of this meeting is to hear the opinion of the Council in regard to hiring extra help to guard the places now under quarantine...
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    • explained f u r t h e r t h a t , from his understanding, he was still serving the City in the capacity of Special Detective: hence. was entitled to salary for said service. The Council took issue ...said that the office had been discontinued on...
    • Page 220

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    • PARADE O CEDAR CITY MAIN STREET N (Intersection Main 6 Center, looking southeast) llSoldierls Day ,I1 May 2 1 , 1919 Note: The City Water Tank, on stand in center of picture. July 21, 1904...The City put in a water hydrant at t h e Tabernacle...
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    • Claim of Dixie Power Company for installing underground lighting system for 53,038.92 was allowed. Motion Councilman Pace that the Committee on Streets confer with the Telephone Company Board, o r i t s President. and make formal demand t h a t...
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    • office of Mayor of Cedar City by a majority of four votes. and WHEREAS, bond of said Walter K . Granger, in the sum of one thousand dollars, duly executed with the official oath attached, has been filed with the City Recorder. Now THEREFORE. Be it...
    • Page 259

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    • property. h u t he thought that an easy settlement could be made. Mayor Christensen assumes the chair and takes charge of the meeting. Mrs. Lillian Corry, representing the Home Economics Club of Cedar City, stated t h a t she had asked a number of...
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    • hour. Welders, shovel operators, cement finishers, mechanics and equipment operators were set at $1.00 per hour. Carpenters, mixer operators and grader operators were set at 90Q per hour. Oilers greasers, tractor operators--75Q per hour; and common...

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