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    • 1915 95

    • 1915 95
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    • My Mary Hicks Osroe's knocking at thy door, Mary Hicks. Just as he's knocked so oft before, Mary Hicks. Doesn't he become a bore? For he keeps coming 'more and more, And he's calling as of yore, "Mary Hicks, my Mary Hicks." Listen to his sweet...
    • 1916 35

    • 1916 35
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    • WELLS WILLIAMS I'm slow in school, but my money on it, I'll soon be in with the '''vV ork· ll1an." BERNELLA GARDNER Student Editor. Knows everybody's business and has a string on sev­eral. (Fond of "Armstrong Heat­ers.") ALLDRIDGE THORLEY "I...
    • 1916 114

    • 1916 114
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    • Jokes 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. Bunk:...
    • 1927 160

    • 1927 160
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    • f S Make Skaggs Safeway Store Your Bank By depositing your money at the Skaggs Safeway Store, you save from ten to thirty per cent daily. Your daily purchasing is your big-gest investment. Our Motto is, Quality, Quantity and Service for the least...
    • 1927 173

    • 1927 173
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    • i^ John censoring some boys for loiter-ing in the hall, argued: "If everybody were to stand in the hall, how could anybody get by?T> "I low is Fae feeling after the acci-dent?" "She's no better." "Is she conscious?" "Yes, she's conscious but she...
    • Diary, 1898 Summary

    • Diary, 1898 Summary
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    • SUMMARY OF YEAR 1898 Following the last daily entry, Dec. 31, 1898, there are many pages of miscellaneous information. There are two pages of index wherein he lists mostly dates of leaving home, leaving the ranch, returning home, etc. He even...
    • Diary, 1898 Summary

    • Diary, 1898 Summary
    • Crawford, William Louis, 1873-1935; Parks -- Utah -- History; Rockville (Utah) -- History; Springdale (Utah) -- History; Zion National Park (Utah) -- History;
    • SUMMARY OF YEAR 1898 Following the last daily entry, Dec. 31, 1898, there are many pages of miscellaneous information. There are two pages of index wherein he lists mostly dates of leaving home, leaving the ranch, returning home, etc. He even kept...
    • Page 334

    • Page 334
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    • the work of persecutions by our enemies doesn't abate any, but the time will surely come when Zion will be free. 1 feel to invoke the blessing of God upon you and your wife and family and, without mentioning narnes, upon aiJ the Saints in Parowan...
    • Page 344

    • Page 344
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    • SARAH ANN LUNT Born August 1 1, 1858, Manti, Utah Died December 27, 1921, Pacheco, Mexico Married January 16, 1878, St. George Temple "It doesn't hurt to pinch when you don't have to, but it sure hurts when it is a must" (Photograph obtained from...
    • Page 355

    • Page 355
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    • Colonia Juarez in the summer [late spnng] of 1889 to see just what the outlook was on makmg a new home. He found things there much to his liking. He met a number of fomer acquaintances and old fiiends who had located in the sunny climate, and he...
    • Page 398

    • Page 398
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    • very d a r . We are bound to stay now, as we could not raise means to come back. We ail write with kind love to you and Jane and the dear children, and are very glad to hear of your prosperity. Your affiectionate Father, Henry Lunt Henry virote the...
    • Page 399

    • Page 399
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    • and potatoes and sometimes oats. Potatoes are worth two cents a pound and com the same, shelled. Flour has been 5 dollars a hundred but has just rose to 5.25. We have been remarkably blessed so far as we have pretty near enough breadstuff, conuneal...
    • Page 400

    • Page 400
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    • any longer a sinner. We are living in the same log cabin that Oscar and George built over six years, which was built for a stable, and that is as good as the Savior was bom in. We have a cat and a dog and 30 young chickens and a pig which is a...
    • Page 433

    • Page 433
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    • she had been in a coma for months prior to her death. Aunt Sarah had watched her at night and mother [Ann Gower Lunt] cared for her during the day. When the end finally came, Broughton got some help in making the cof
    • Page 469

    • Page 469
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    • about Sarah. He said, "You just go and te11 her to come back. We're not a-going to hurt her. She doesn't need to fear anything. There isn't a Mexican in this country who would harm your mother in any shape or form. When you get out there, you te11...
    • Page 89

    • Page 89
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    • Grandma Lunt held the lantern high over her head while Henrietta operated the gun. Henrietta fired a volley in the direction of the bear which, undoubtedly missed him, but she succeeded in frightening him away, which is all they really intended...
    • Page 191

    • Page 191
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    • As Bert walked back down town, he and Ann Jones, who was on her way home from school where she taught, passed each other. Both turned back at the same time to look, each interested in this new penon. Bert lived with the Joneses for the rest of the...
    • Page 244

    • Page 244
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    • felt that strongly because he showed it in his own life by helping his fellow men. Now, such a religion as I have pictured, Brother Jones felt within him. 'This religion not only recognizes the human personality as divine, hut as eternal. Not only...

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