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in American history:
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John censoring some boys for loiter-ing
in the hall, argued: "If everybody
were to stand in the hall, how could
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"I low is Fae feeling after the acci-dent?"
"She's no better."
"Is she conscious?"
"Yes, she's conscious but she...
According to John A. Skinner's story, Beaver Adz came running down the public road to town to get "whites" to go up and stop the fight. Skinner said Beaver Adz was an old coward and did not want any fighting. This was before he lost his eyesight....
shoo Coyote's two big hounds before they could get into his camp to bury him there with his guns, etc.
Sissix, "the renegade Ute," was banished from the Ute Tribe for murder. He then went to live with the Pavants of Corn Creek, in Millard County....
feature. Toasts and sentiments were given and responded to and each part on the program was followed by a salute
of the cannon.
Then came the picnic time and the games, races and dances and general good time by all celebrants.
LEST WE FORGET THE...
Canyon and one through the Big Canyon Pass or Soldier Pass to the Milford Valley.
William Allred, pioneer of Beaver, said the "Old Ute Trail," the one the Indians used in the summer, went up Bone Hollow and across the Tables, passing near the First...
York Volunteer Infantry, who was killed in the battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1861.
Before the summer had passed, contracts had been let to a number of men for the construction of four company barracks, a guard house, commissary, hospital and...
which is now owned by Harry Green. The second school-house was built east of the county road above Albert Green's present home, in the year 1897. Sadie Hutchings, Winnifred Smith and Della Jones were teachers. A third schoolhouse was built in 1900....
water from Devil's Creek, thus making it possible to operate the year 'round. This mill was a great help to the people of the neighborhood and vicinity. People came from as far away as St. George with their grists to have them ground. This mill was...
WORLD WAR II Joseph Clyde Murdock, Alma Wayne Barton,* Norman Gerald Murdock, James Byron Blackner*, Elmer Murdock, West Barton, Ferrell Morris Scott, Ralph J. Walbeck,* Ralph Clifford Fordham, Morris Blackner, Joseph King Morris, ...
Four Beaver Men Give Lives Those from Beaver who paid the supreme sacrifice in this war were Joseph M. Martinez, husband of Mary Ellen Valentine Martinez, killed in Germany, November, 1918. Buried in Germany. James Gilbert Yardley, son of James...
Atkin, Howard; Bohn, Ray G.; Atkin, James Albert; *Bohn, Warren Hutchings; Atkin,Joe W.; Bolton, Arthur James; Atkin, John LaVar; Bowler, Clark Wilson; Baker, Gordon Reed; Boyter, Raylin; Baker, Wendell Milo; Boyter, J. Verley; Bakes,...
HONOR ROLL OF MINERSVILLE WAR VETERANS
WORLD WAR I,
Alfred Wood Charles K. Jameson
Martin A. Wood Alvin Baker
Vance Walker Charles E. Baker
Earl E. Roberts Milton Baker
George B. Roberts Joseph B. Banks
Mark D. Rollins Myron Cooley
Robert Gressman Niel Davis
Floyd Rollins Sherrill O. Davis
Orrin Myers Robert B. Goodman
Clark Gillins Ellis Carter
Douglas Blackburn Louis Bert Craw
Don Carter Paul Potter
Basil Rollins Dan Thompson
Daren McKnight Arnold W. Rollins
THIRTEEN BEAVER SOLDIERS GIVE LIVES
But some did not return. They were left on foreign soil where they had paid the supreme sacrifice. Their names follow
BAKES, RUSSELL V. (Air Corps)-Killed August 24, 1944, when his plane went down in the...
Mr. Myers tells of one time when a heavy snow storm overtook them on their route and they stopped and dried off places with fires so they could camp for the night. There was one place on their route, he says, that was so steep that after a storm...
S. N. Slaughter went to Salt Lake to make his home, selling to John P. James and H. B. Sackett. After their retirement, James L. Griffiths purchased this store. After several years, this store was razed by fire.
About 1917 the Caldo mill was built...