Student Body Officers
VERT IS WOOD
Commissioner of Publications
E. RAY LYMAN
B. F. PARKER RITA LLOYD Louis PALMER
HE Affirmative Team had for its captain,
Louis Palmer, a debater of three years'
standing, and this year's high honor winner.
Mr. Palmer is a freshman college student. B. F.
Parker is a first...
ORIEN E. DALLEY
Instructor in Violin
WM. H. MANNING
Head of Department
ERNEST F. OBORN
Instructor in Piano
HE Branch Agricultural College boasts the best
Music department, in southern Utah, with but few
rivals in the...
TOCK Judging is listed this year for the
first time as a Student Body Activity. As
such it warrants honorable mention. The
college team became the undisputed cham-pions
of the state by defeating the mother
institution, and the high...
HEN the Agricola staff began its work
early in the fall, one of the first problems
to present itself was the sale of books. It
was decided to organize a club of thirteen
girls representing each class on the
campus and selected by the...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
Our Music Department. We are all very much pleased with our Music Department, and to the untiring efforts of our beloved instructor, Professor C. N. Lyngby, are we indebted for its splendid success. He successfully imparted some of his enthusiasm...
Thompson, an engineer, who came originally from New York, told the people at this meeting that he could re-survey the town into blocks 24 rods square with streets 6 rods wide, including the sidewalks, and all could have a corner lot. His plan was...
shoo Coyote's two big hounds before they could get into his camp to bury him there with his guns, etc.
Sissix, "the renegade Ute," was banished from the Ute Tribe for murder. He then went to live with the Pavants of Corn Creek, in Millard County....
expired, they married and established themselves in our midst as private citizens.
In April, 1883, due to the long distance of hauling provisions and supplies, the camp was disbanded and the troops moved to Fort Douglas at Salt Lake.
it was located some 500 feet east and 300 feet north of the southeast corner of the present structure, on the south bank of Cove Fort. At that time a cottonwood tree still marked the site and yet exists; together with stubs of cedar posts which...
est and now the Fishlake National Forest. Most of the west slope of the Tushar Range is in Beaver County.
William Hurst Sr. was the first forest supervisor of the Fillmore National Forest, and the headquarters was in Beaver, but due to...
Chapel; $150 for Liberty Bonds; $25 for Savings Stamps; $39 for the suffering in Europe, and 783 articles of clothing for destitute Belgians.
President Woolsey's board was released in 1925. Emma Smith, president, with Eva Carlow and Sarah...
ness to children suffering with defective teeth, tonsils and tuberculosis. Board released in 1931. Lottie Farrer, president; Ruth Wittwer and Claudia Morgan, counselors; Alpha Stapley, secretary and treasurer; Martha Paice, assistant. Ministering...
David Miller, July 26, 1880-1886. William Edwards, June 23, 1886-1887. Post office discontinued. Re-established April 24, 1888, with William Edwards again acting. Jess Barton, October 19, 1920. Following Mr. Barton were: Mrs. Hazle Barton,...
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...
and its executive officers are ready to proceed. If you establish a post at Beaver, or near there, it ought to be done by the last of April or the first week in May. At that season it will be the best time to move troops, supplies, etc. By that...
Great Salt Lake City Utah Territory April 5, 1864 Colonel William H. Dame "Commanding Iron Co.. Military District Dear Brother "You will hold muster and inspection of arms of forces in your district. It is also deemed wisdom for each...
present highway bridge. Bullion made in the crude smelter was made into bullets, in rough molds, for the rifles of the settlers of this entire area.
The ore was soft in nature, with gold assays running as high as one-half ounce to the ton, silver...
a low ebb and could not reach the town. The settlers had fully decided to abandon the place, when President Young came there on a speaking tour and promised the people that if they would remain where they were, the time would come when there would...
Due to shortage of water in the early days, there was little hay raised by the Minersville settlers. To supple-ment the small supply, the ranchers, farmers and stock-men would make regular trips to the Yellow Banks, 20 miles north of Minersville,...