( ollege Opera . . . "The Red M i l l . l)\r Herbert . . . . . directed by Mr. Manning, \ \ l i o i o n
tinually sho\\ liis ability by producing
better operas . . . displayed outstanding
musical talent or Branch College . . . a
activities with most participation (96.9%), followed closely by leisure activities such as
walks, skiing, beach-lounging, etc. (91.7%) and visits to museums (91.4%). Also, many
respondents participate in festivals or similar events with music...
being to give the citizens generally some of the educational advantages of the Normal School. Lectures illustrated with stereoptican views will be given frequently.
Lectures of national reputation will be occasionally procured.
destinations or attractions. For example, one of the most common images associated with
Austria is the film The Sound of Music. Respondents also mentioned many items related
to Austria‘s culture and history: old buildings, castles, villages,...
an international pleasure trip at least once. While the average length of stay for foreign
business-related travel was largely not applicable (69.8%), the majority (61.9%) of
foreign pleasure trips were longer than seven days.
Section B analysis...
\ViII be the last high school class to graduate from
B. A. C quite a cute Lunch of greenling kids
. . . . sweet and untarnished . . . . managed to have
annual class party . . . . interested in such things as
stock judging, athletics, dramatics,...
A FAVORITE DANCE BAND
One of Beaver's favorite Dance Bands was under the direction of John Grimshaw. Much of their playing was done in the Opera House, when the "Two-step" was the popular dance and the town supported a dance every Friday night....
ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP.
Who, when the opera girl so meek
Forgets her lines and cannot speak,
Keeps swearing almostall the week?
RANDALL L. JONES, B. M. T.
Yes, Mr.· Jones is m,arried but he
sure don't act like it. When he's
asking for yearly license to c a r r y on dance t h e a t r e etc. was referred to the Committee on Petitions. The following appointments were made: T . B. Wright--City Sexton, Dogtax Collector, and Scavenger: M. H. Dalley--Surveyor; George W ....
Beaver City. In 1901, Frank D. Farnsworth resigned. S. D. Underwood was appointed to serve balance of term.
1902-3-John Ward Christian, mayor; N. P. Ipson, Frank D. Farnsworth, William Low, Edward Fernley and Robert Stoney, councilmen; Clara...
BEAVER OPERA HOUSE
During the early part of the century, the need for a building suitable for large congregations was felt. By 1906, citizens started building the Beaver Opera House. Much of the labor was taken out in stock and donation, together...
Fourth Year- Class
HE Fourth Year class of '27, with a group
including many active and efficient students of
the school, have readily responded...
Boast unusually high participation in athletics . . . .
won girls' volleyball championship . . . . claim captain
of basketball team . . . . provided members of cast for
school opera . . . . spent weeks preparing a splendid
contest assembly . . . ....
Cedar City Co-op Stock Assoc., 40, 85 Cedar City Cooperative Mercantile & Manufacturing Co., 36, 46, 52, 56. 58. 116. n 3~, 195. 266. 298 . . , ~. Cedar City Corporation, 320 (Summary of receipts for 19431, 409-11 11969 summary) Cedar City...
Cedar City Police Force, 46, 362 Cedar City PoDulation, 468 (i8801, (also refer to Cedar City Census) Cedar City Power Board, Task Force, etc., (refer to Power Board, Power Task Force, etc.) Cedar City Publlc Library, 331. 339, 348, (also refer to...