"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
A Little Laughter
A LOVE LETTER.
The following unique epistle was picked up lately in the
"Dear Bill, The reason I didn't laff when you laft at me
in the post office yesterday, was becos I hev a bile on my
face, and I can't laff. If I laff...
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
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...
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
education should fit us into life, will-ing
workers in its sometimes hard
processes, patient in our search for
its truths, avoiding vanity and the
other hypocricies which, if they
fasten themselves upon us, leave
us hardly worth burying. Down...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
To think of this class will always bring pleasure and satisfaction. It is with them as nowhere else that I have found inspiration for the year's work. Perhaps it has been their high quality scholarship that has lent most to such pleasant...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
DEDICATION: To our Fathers and Mothers scattered far and wide through this broad Westland, whose sacrifice and undying faith have made our Alma Mater possible. To the ones whose love and hope in us have inspired us to seek always for the best in...
This additional spread of water over greater acreage caused more bottom land to sub-irrigate and added much to our rich meadow acreage. And, in turn, most of the water springs up in our lower fields and communities and is reclaimed through natural...
bers of the said choir together with all those who have so ably assisted them in catering to the comforts of their aged guests, and that said Beaver Choir become a standing committee to continue in the future the good work they have begun by...
CHAPTER TWELVE HISTORICAL BUILDINGS OF BEAVER LAND MARKS Old landmarks of our community, like our old inhabitants, are fast disappearing. Old landmarks, for the pur-pose of this article, include public buildings and sites once of prominence and...
his anxiety to get on, "I hope to God they are." Horses often died after such trips. Material supplied by Mrs. Bernita Burke of Black Rock, Mr. Shumaker of Garrison and Mrs. Flora Cuddy of Milford. A NOTED AREA AND JOHN J. WATSON On the old...
Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
Bacian staff of 1948. Staff members include: Glory Spendlove (editor), Gayle Anderson and Hope Harding (associate editors), Paul Roberts and Glen Jorgenson (business managers), Margaret Hunter (art business manager), Klien Rollo (sports editor),...
Mon. Jan. 23, 1905: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Cleared off. Went to Ladessa again and posted our letters, took dinner with Mr. Jinkinson two mi. west and one half mi south. We came west got permission to hold a meeting in the New hope school house. spent...
Tues. Feb. 21, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Few thin clds, The snow is melting fast today altho the night has been very cold. We took dinner with J.C. Smith about three pm he lives nearly a mile and a half south of the New hope school. spent the night...
Tues. Aug. 15, 1905: Ther. Hot., Wea. Clouds Elders McClellan and and Robison are chilling again today. the weather is so hot and the Elders so poorly we have not got at our work yet, but hope to get started soon. 154) (3
apostles saw i t , was not so much the smelting of iron, vital though this was to the pioneer economy, b u t , more importantly, the building of a harmonious and unified community here on the borders of civilization. This was to be done in spite of...