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    • 1915 36

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    • ~ Three Years at High School HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
    • 1916 81

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    • 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 8 until...
    • 1905, Jul 30

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    • Sun. July 30, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. Clouds Continued our journey, had a long talk with a Reorganized man, were given a feast on water melons by a man along the line, got to Bro. A.J. Edwards a little before night. Elder Wm. L. Crawford,...
    • 1905, Sep 29

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    • Fri. Sept. 29, 1905: Ther. Warm. Wea. Partly cloudy. We had a feast of water melon this morning before starting out. met and had a talk with the same old Christian Preacher that Elder Lindsay and I met on the seventeenth of last May. Mr. Milwell....
    • 1905, Oct 6

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    • Fri. Oct. 6, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Partly cloudy. We went out to Mr. McGehee’s melon patch and had a feast this morning before leaving. visited and took dinner with Mr. Bird one mile west of Warren, he has some queer views in regards to the...
    • 1905, Nov 8

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    • Wed. Nov. 8, 1905: Ther. Cool and threatening. Wea. Rain. Rain all afternoon Worked on to the Base line then east a mile the[n] south again, took dinner with Mr. R.S. Wofford on the first line south. It commenced to rain shortly after noon, we...
    • Page 73

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    • think you know more than those that are placed above you which is wrong, and you must humble yourselves and be united."18 Some of the settlers were beginning to plant turnips, beets, onions, radishes, and lettuce in their gardens. Their domestic...
    • Page 74

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    • attended the wedding. At twenty minutes to seven we left Cedar City for Parowan in two carriages--one drawn by four horses, the other by two. As we started, a salute was fired with guns which echoed through the mountains, and the city had the...
    • Page 297

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    • House of the Lord. Bishop Lunt felt unusual, and he adrninistered many blessings. No particular feast, only a little cake, cheese and pie with a little wine were passed to the company. On Febmary 19, in honor of their weddiig, the newly manied...
    • Page 341

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    • Webster continued on to the top. We were absent kom the cabin about 3 hours. We concluded a shorter cut could be found than the one we came. We had a storrn tonight and the wind blew cold. Febmary 16: Fine day. After breakfast Brother Webster and 1...
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    • B.A.C. She was born in Cedar City when her father, Milton Bennion, was the first principal &he Branch Korrnal School. Her family were friends of the Joneses, in fact Henrietta and :Inn had tended Claire when she was a baby. As kids, Will and Rass...
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    • SILLY-aiNK-RACES NUTS FOR THE NUTTY Some nuts are cracked with a ham mer others with the jaw But these are to be cracked with a grin and a Ha! Ha! THE DELUDED "NUT" In the land of the romantic, On the campus of B. A. C. Stanley Ivins, he the...
    • Page 72

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    • e a Ci u Don't let this picture mislead you - this is the happiest they have looked all year. With "Pa" as chef, these future spies of America have sampled real German delicacies, as well as absorbed much knowledge of the country — as it used to...

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