Rooms with private bath if desired. New, up-to-date
in all respects.
Mrs.C. G. Bell, Proprietor
Shoes mended, tacked, or patched. Half-soleing and...
Students Come and
Students Go, But We
Are Here Forever
The point in this to remember is that when you
are far a.way-back in the old home-you can still
enjoy the advantage of our big, well selected stock' of
You have got a,cquainted...
New Year Resolutions
I hereby resolve that in the year 1916 I vyill attend lTIy classes once
a week at least.-Junior McConnell.
I hereby resolve that on lTIy next trip to Circleville I will materialize
my ends.--Hunter I ...unt.
Cedar Bakery and
Headquarters for All Kinds of
Pastry, Bread and Pies
Harnesses and Saddlery goods made -for
service. No branded leather or sloppy work.
We also sell L,ap Robes, Navajo Saddle
Blankets, Whips, Harness Oil,...
Pep Girls were organized in
February, 1930, with Elliot Eat-ough
as their President and Arr
Nita Urie as Secretary.
The aim of the Pep Girls has been
to instill into the school "pep,"
"spirit," and "life," and to support
all Student Body...
Dining Room and Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunt
"We Resolve to Serve the .
Best Things to Eat"
We Specialise in Resoling
AII Types of Fine
To obtain the most comfort in a j
resole job—don't wear the
I 'Delaine cMerinos
$ cMore and ^Better" WGD! h $ and are the best rangers in the
$• world. Many leading sheepmen say
^ they can keep three DELAINE
J MERINO ewes on the same feed it
$ takes for two of the larger breeds
I and the three...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
Mansfield-Murdock & Company wish to announce to the traveling public that the splendid rooms recently fitted up on the upper floor of their main building as a rooming house have been leased to Mrs. Mamie McShane, who will conduct an ideal home for...
Preface "Monuments to Courage" is a history of Beaver County from the time of the arrival of the first settlers on February 6, 1856, to the Centennial year of the state of Utah, 1947. The collection of the material and its publication was a...
Then the floor was cleared for a step dance and a stump speech. Once in a while a waltz was indulged in to the melodies of Ileena Lanna, My Irish Rose, or Home Sweet Home. However the round dance was generally discouraged by Church...
WATER DEVELOPMENT IN BEAVER AND VICINITY
When the first pioneers came to this valley, it is said that one could step across the Beaver River in almost any locality. But through years of effort and planning, the water resources have developed to an...
school hours it is made available to the citizens who wish to do work there for themselves.
Perhaps no department of the school has done more for the town than has the Music department, with its excellent band and choruses, under such able...
ness to children suffering with defective teeth, tonsils and tuberculosis. Board released in 1931. Lottie Farrer, president; Ruth Wittwer and Claudia Morgan, counselors; Alpha Stapley, secretary and treasurer; Martha Paice, assistant. Ministering...
this group; cooked and sold many hot dinners. The canning project was continued, which required many long hours of their time and labor. Board released in 1942. Zelma Muir, president; Pauline Firmage and Lydia Smith, counselors ; Jennie Tanner,...
Judge Jacob S. Boreman, and a jury composed of twelve men, eight of whom were members of the Mormon Church. He was indicted for murder by a grand jury, September 24, 1874, nineteen years after the massacre. William Stokes deputized Thomas Winn,...
holes. The duration of burning is from three to seven days, and of cooling from three to six days. Charring, which includes packing of wood in the kiln and drawing the coal, is usually done by contract and costs from 2 3/4c to 3 1/2c per bushel....
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...
music, so far away, gradually became louder until they reached the landing. Some of these men would get on at the 1,000 foot level and stop at each stope until all the men were on the cage. One wouldn't think that such beautiful music could come...