DAVID SHARP, B. S.
The biggest little man in school.
Beloved by every student.
PARLEY DALLEY, B. S.
In mathematics he is greater than
Urdman, Harriot, or Descates, and
with his kindness and his patience
he has won the love and respect of
WE have appreciated and enjoyed a liberal amou,nt
of the students' p1atronage in the past and we
hope and in fact believe -tHe will be favored by a
similar or even better business in the future.
The reasons for this are:
ALEX G. MATHESON
As a true friend, he embraces
our objects as his own.
A truer, nobler, trustier heart,
More loving or more
loyal, never beat within
"His years but young, but his
111\UR Service· to the stu\!
V dents this year has given
satisfaction; our. val ues
and prices have kept them cOIning
right alo11g. Our ailn is to be modern,
bu t not extreme; he11ce our
Ed. E. Crouse Shoe Shop
\Alho said Ed Crouse...
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...
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...
he labored the greater part of his life. The walls of this little room were usually adorned with guns of every make and size of the day, and there were rows and rows of brass keys strung on wire.
Mr. Ash was a special friend of the Indians, who...
Ebenezer Tanner Jr. bought the place from his father, and in turn sold it to Mrs. Jessie Robinson, who continued to use it as a hotel. It was later used as an apartment house, until it was razed in 1946. Mrs. Tanner, widely known as "Ma" Tanner in...
CHAPTER NINETEEN GHOST MINING CAMPS OF BEAVER COUNTY FRISCO AND THE HORN SILVER MINE The town of Frisco, built near the mine, was known as the wildest camp in Utah. At one time it boasted a population of 6,000, made up of many different...
other events have gone on to bring them again to the light of day. The sea-bed on which they died was covered by many thousands of feet of sediment and became buried in the earth. There, under great pressure and over a long period of time, the muds...
Tues. Sept. 19, 1905: Ther. Cold N. wind am Warmer- Wea. Light clds. We took the section line east for thirteen miles went south a mile to see a friend of Elder Robisons turned north again one mile west of Chattanooga went one mile and got shelter...
Tues. Oct. 3, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Partly cloudy. We left Brother Edwards this morning- waded north Fork into Greer County, visited Lee Pool who’s name had been given in as an investigator, found him to be a friend and nothing more, went on...
Mon. Oct. 23, 1905: Ther. Cold., Wea. Mostly cloudy. Sprinkle, Walked about nine miles south east to see Lee Thompson a friend of Elder Allred and Cox we received very good treatment. helped top part of a load of kaffin corn. Mr. Thompson gave us...
Names and addresses: Friday Apr. 20, 06. 20-22 Robert Reed x 13) 23- Alonzo Parkison R.F.D. Duncan. 24- Rev. Wilkins- Baird, Okla. Chas. Matz. 25- One year ago today Elder Lindsay and I started out from Tallaville together (April 25th 1905) ...
Emery County (Utah); Swinging Bridge; Vacation; Geary, Elmo; San Rafael Swell; San Rafael Bridge
Elmo Geary and some college friends took a vacation trip to the San Rafael Swell and Utah National Parks and The Grand Canyon in 1936. One friend is sitting on top of a support of the San Rafael Bridge during construction of the bridge. The bridge...