Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Service stations; Business
Twin Pines Service Station and Sunset Tavern. "The station stood where J. C. Penny's is now (1971) across from the Federal Building. I got the last tree of the twin pines, sawed it into lumber which was used in my home. George A. Millett...
Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
"This house was built by Welch immigrant, Edward Parry, who had crossed the plains with the Stevens hand-cart company and had been sent to Cedar City to assist the efforts of the Deseret Iron Company. A fine, two-story structure, the home had a...
First train into Cedar City, June 10, 1923. David Bulloch, standing on the cow-catcher, was the first boy to enter Cedar City riding on the running gear in front of the first wagon when it entered Cedar Valley November 11, 1851. This work train...
History of the B.A. C.
"GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written
in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted
out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is
In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
"WHEN we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we
discover that our life is embosomed in beauty."
Experiences left behind us assume an even more
pleasing form than we had anticipated, and as the timle approaches
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
~ 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,...
To Martha, When She and Rass Quit
I saw them oft before
As they passed by the door,
Their merry tones resound
As they wander all around
Through the lane.
They say that in their prime
They were together all the time~
Put it down.
FOUND IN EXAMINATION PAPERS.
Law of Conversation of matter.
The ea.rth is surrounded by fifty miles of gravity.
Lowell had many parents of culture on e,ach side.
Whittier was born on a farm all alone.
"You have a pretty tough-looking lot 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
GARAGE Wanted at the
Oil, Grease, Tires a.nd Accessories. Studebaker
Service Station,. Ford E,xtras and Accessories.
Phone 139-W ,J. A. KOPP LEIGH FURNITURE·&
A NEW EMERSON.
Irishman (to his wife)-What's compensation?
BT I...IAST, after four years of climbing, we have
reached the goal. There have been many pitfalls
by the"- way to hinder, for a time, our onward
progress. but through perseverance \ve have succeeded.
r-';'our seemingly short years...
Our City Government
ODR CIT'Y GOVERNMEN1' is just like that of
any incorporated city. The officers are practically
the sarne and they have similar duties to
- perform. T'his organization in our school is one
of great interest to all students; and...
If Barton's suit is guaranteed to vvear.
If Bowen wears glasses for style, why he don't get the latest.
If the school city will ever 'yvin a case.-\i\Toolley.
If Mr. Janson walks hOll1e with Miss Decker for exerCIse or for
lVIr. Christensen (in Physical Geography): Now, Martin,
can you tell the class why lightning never strikes twice
in the same place?
l\lart: Because after it hits once the same place ain't
there any more.
(In B. B.~ meeting.) Woolley: In...
Soph: My stock in trade is brains.
Freshie : You've got a funny looking sample case.
The follo"wing was handed in on an examination paper
in American history:
General Braddock \vas killed in the Revolutionary
"Var. I-Ie had three horses shot...
Student Body Officers
VERT IS WOOD
Commissioner of Publications
E. RAY LYMAN