The Seniors now are going forth,
The race at last is run,
The struggle has been long and hard;
But we have fought and won.
We have grasped the sternest facts,
And dreamed our youthful dreams;
But away off in the distance
I stood a t the foot of a ladder,
And it looked so very high-
, It really seemed to me its top
Was resting 'gainst the sky.
And as I stood gazing upward,
In the clouds I could plainly see
vVritten in golden letters,
"The Ladder of...
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.
Animal College Trip to Zion Canyon
\ four o'clock Friday, October
*^ 11, a crowd of college students
boarded cars for Zion Canyon. At
8 o'clock the truck drove up to a
huge bon fire just below and south
of Angel's landing. Of course it re-ceived
Dining Room and Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunt
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We Specialise in Resoling
AII Types of Fine
To obtain the most comfort in a j
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LOCATION OF BEAVER COUNTY
Situated on the west side of the Tushar range of the Wasatch Mountains, Beaver County is rich in natural resources and its history is a monument to the courage of its founders. Fertile, cultivated fields of...
INDIANS OF BEAVER COUNTY
THE INDIAN RAID ON LEE'S RANCH
As Told by Gideon A. Murdock, 1917
On October 27, 1866, the majority of Beaver men had assembled to construct a roof on the Stake meeting house. The first rafter had just been...
animals. Their, dress was rabbit skins with the fur on the outside.
There is no record of any tribal gatherings, but it is believed that the first Indians of Beaver County at certain times traveled to other parts of the State to engage in what was...
Indian situation. It was decided to call all the Beaver Indians together and feed them at the Tithing Office yard and there hold sort of a "Pow-Pow," and appoint a recognized Chief from among them. Beaver Adz was chosen Chief and all the Indians,...
CHAPTER FOUR -
FOUNDING OF TOWNS, RANCHES AND FORTS
September, 1873, witnessed the construction of a Military Barracks at Beaver. A post had been established in May when 250 United States Troops arrived in the Territory. Though...
travelers and freighters. It's beginning was somewhat different from the forts that have been mentioned before and was built for the protection of settlers that were to build communities.
It was built of black volcanic rock laid in lime mortar, 100...
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...
weariness as with partners they beheld the steaming hot vegetables, meats, pies, cakes and jellies. There were never any especially planned programs. After the blessing on the food had been asked by some member of the Church, the time was turned...
THE FIRST DANCE ORCHESTRA IN BEAVER
Horace A. Skinner told of the first dance orchestra in Beaver, with William McGarry as first violinist, Alma Crosby, second violin, and Mrs. William McGarry, acccordion. They were hired by the year and paid by...
In common with most Utah towns, under the teachings and practices of Brigham Young, there was a spirit of cooperation. Each community vied with its neighbor in becoming as nearly self-sustaining as the circumstances would permit....
In 1945, Wallace Limb and Noel and Acle Gillies erected a cinder block building in the east section of town and installed thousands of dollars worth of new equipment went to manufacture cheese. Most of the high-quality product is shipped to...
building. Much of the lumber used in building up Pioche, Frisco and Newhouse was furnished by local mills, operated by local men, and delivered by team to the mines at prices ranging from $70 to $100 per thousand feet.
The only local sawmill in...
This institution was responsible for the substantial growth of Beaver more than any other factor. Most of the prominent buildings erected in Beaver during the '70s and '80s owe their existence to employment at this factory. It also proved a great...
monuments, of different shapes and sizes, ranging from flat markers to shafts 10 to 12 feet high. He also received orders and shipped many stones to the surrounding towns.
Mr. Boyter operated the marble works until 1912. His son, Henry K. Boyter,...
THE SCHOOLS OF BEAVER
SCHOOL HOUSE BUILT FIRST YEAR
In writing this history of the early schools of Beaver, we have interviewed the few remaining pupils of those days; have had access to a few old letters and diaries, and some short articles...