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...
"Look, he i winding the
watch of his wit;
By and by it will strike."
"The heights hy great men
reached and kept
Were not attained by sudden
But they, while their companions
Were toiling" upward in...
Student Body Officers
VERT IS WOOD
Commissioner of Publications
E. RAY LYMAN
Music at the B. A. C.
\ the close of last year it seemed
^that the Music department at the
College had taken quite a slump.
Four years ago four strong teachers
headed the band, strings, piano, and
vocal departments. Great things
were done, good...
Geology Trip to Toroweap Valley
and Grand Canyon
YDA, Gilbert, Wendell, Thresa,
Gaorgia, George, Kate, Wes,
Red, Fat, Dave, Thora, Mable,
Frank, and two Arthurs left the
B. A. C. Thursday, March 13, at four
o'clock in an automobile, two Fords
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
so far completed as to be suitable for the occasion. The earth floor, spread with a blanket, sufficed for a table and the seats were of oriental style.
The year of 1855 had been a year of calamity, famine and distress. The crops in this part of the...
INDIANS OF BEAVER COUNTY
THE INDIAN RAID ON LEE'S RANCH
As Told by Gideon A. Murdock, 1917
On October 27, 1866, the majority of Beaver men had assembled to construct a roof on the Stake meeting house. The first rafter had just been...
animals. Their, dress was rabbit skins with the fur on the outside.
There is no record of any tribal gatherings, but it is believed that the first Indians of Beaver County at certain times traveled to other parts of the State to engage in what was...
was sitting by the fire gambling. He did not see the "Home Guard" until they were quite near to him. He reached for his bow and arrows, but a friendly Indian also reached for the bow, catching it by the loop end and unstrung the bow, while Enos...
Plenty of room is found here for camping, all free. Fishing is good, either from the shore or from the lake. Boats can be rented for a reasonable price.
It is only a short drive on Highway No. 21 up to and across the Big Flat to what is called the...
In common with most Utah towns, under the teachings and practices of Brigham Young, there was a spirit of cooperation. Each community vied with its neighbor in becoming as nearly self-sustaining as the circumstances would permit....
made butter for many years, were Sarah Nowers, Mary Low, Mrs. W. P. Smith, Amelia Smith, Mrs. Ann Levi, Sophia Dean, and others. Mrs. William Dean churned and supplied the officers at Fort Cameron with butter while they were stationed there.
first of December 'till late in February an assistant was furnished Mr. Horne. The balance of the time he taught alone.
"The textbooks used were McGuffy's Readers, Ray's
Third Part Arithmetic, and Blue-Backed Spelling Book. Almost all reading was...
In March, following the arrival of the pioneers, George A. Smith, one of the Authorities of the Latter-Day Saint Church and provisional leader of the Southern Colonies, en route from Parowan to Salt Lake City to attend...
therewith. This, together with the opening of the mines in the west end of the county and the location of the soldiers at the Military Post two miles east of Beaver City, with numerous saloons operating, made of it a high-powered community. EARLY...
Spanish-American War Veterans Indian troubles were over, and the Beaver citizens were a happy, patriotic group. Their first real call to defend their country (since the Mormon Battalion) came in 1898 in the "Spanish-American War." John Frank...
"GRANDPA'S DIARY" (Note: The Author of This Diary Is Unknown) Sun., March 13, 1859 Went to lower Beaver Valley in company with Isaac Grundy, Tarlton Lewis, William Barton and John Blackburn, our object being to find a location for a settlement near...
Thurs. April 7 Commenced breaking the road through the sagebrush: reached Cane Springs-ten miles. Friday, April 8 Traveled about five miles, camped without water. Sat., April 9, 1859 Reached the cottonwoods on the Beaver late after traveling about...
The large dining room of the Williams Hotel was often the scene of merry dancing parties. The Smithson Hotel on Main Street (now the Peterson house), was at one time the largest hotel in the business district, and eventually had a greater business...