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    • WILLIAM H . LEIGH Biography 1877 - 1958 William H . Leigh was one of Cedar City's best known businessmen and civic workers. He founded the Leigh Furniture and Carpet Company in Cedar City, and operated it for 45 years before turning i t over to the...
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    • Jan. 20, 1927.. .Gronway Parry and Kumen L. Jones of the Rotary Club, Dr. A . C. Johnson and Moroni Corry of the Chamber of Commerce present. Purpose: assisting the City in adding more water to the system. Suggested that the City take steps at once...
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    • Racquetball Building, 458 Radec Incorporated, 416 Railroad and Right-of-way, 117, 118, 237, 240, 241 (first train), 242 (Presidential Train], 243, 260 (Depot), 501 Railroad, Cedar Canyon, 118 Rampton. Governor Calvin (Utah1, 402, 403 Randall, Max,...
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    • Treasurer. City Manager Perry reported that a toilet could be installed in the City Jail for about $100. Motion by Fred L. Biederman that the City Manager be authorized to have this done. Carried. May 3, 1930.. .The matter of assuring Dixie Power...
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    • CHARLES ROUNTREE HUNTER Biography 1898 - 1984 Charles Rountree Hunter, an outstanding public servant spent his entire life in Cedar City where he contributed extensive time and money to the area's growth and development. He attended Southern Utah...
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    • felt that strongly because he showed it in his own life by helping his fellow men. Now, such a religion as I have pictured, Brother Jones felt within him. 'This religion not only recognizes the human personality as divine, hut as eternal. Not only...
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    • Cedar City Commercial Club (Chamber of C o m m c r r ~ l186, 234 Crdar City Council 97, 142, 163 Cedar City Creamery Cu. 232 Cpdar City Light and Power Co. 163, 164, 168, 172 Cedar City Mercantile Store 183, 184, 185, 201 Cedar City Rotary Club 144...
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    • - HENRY HUNTER LUNT Biography 1885 - 1975 A native of Cedar City, Henry ( H a r r y ) H. Lunt was born November 24, 1885, t h e eldest son of Henry W . and Roselia Hunter Lunt. He attended school in Cedar City and graduated from t h e Branch...
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    • 1 I. V J Eleven successful years of leading the Branch Agricultural College is the record now held by Director Henry Oberhansley. During this eleven years he has been instrumental in bringing about many improvments. Most prominent of these are: the...
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    • MYRON F. HIGBEE Biography 1889 - 1966 Myron F. Higbee was born November 1 6 . 1889. in Cedar City to Myron D . and Julia Ann Haight Higbee. He was raised in Cedar City and attended the Cedar City Schools. He married Florence Spilsbury. June 1 0 ....
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    • ARNOLD E. ANDERSON Biography 1908 - 1973 Arnold E. Anderson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. to Carl and Alma Anderson, on March 21, 1908, He attended Minneapolis public schools and Iowa State University, where he was active in Track and Field...
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    • 31 takes into consideration climate, weather, and water limitations for the area. These considerations have prolonged the life of a school garden. Planning with community involvement has reduced security concerns. If physical security was a threat...
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    • Sept. 3 , 1 9 5 9 . . .Motion by Councilman Schmutz to have R. B. Platt make UD the s~ecifications for the water line to the Quitchapah well, a n d place pipe for bid. (Accepted bid. March 1 9 6 0 - - 5 5 2 . 3 3 4 . ) ~ o v e r n m e n tfunds are...
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    • water tank for the water line from Quitchapah. Unanimous. M r . Platt advises that t h e city build a dike across t h e Lake M r . S t a r k will do the job for $1200, o r 3000 cubic now. y a r d s at 40Q p e r cubic y a r d . The Council decided...
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    • LOREN A . WHETTEN Biography 1908 Loren Amasa Whetten was horn March 1 9 , 1908, in Colonia Garcia. Chihuahua, Mexico, the son of John Amasa and Martha Elizabeth Carling Whetten. The Whetten family was driven from Mexico as refugees in 1912, because...
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    • committee (of two). Lehi W . Jones a n d John S . Woodbury, was appointed t o d r a f t a proposal to t h e Legislature of just what Cedar City would give if t h e school was located h e r e . John S . Woodbury was elected t o two terms in t h e...
    • Socotwa text: page 023

    • Socotwa text: page 023
    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • everybody to the dance. What a grand orchestra they were! John Farnsworth called the squares after we had gotten our partners during the round dancing and a Virginia reel. Stan turned out to be practically the best dancer there, and lucky was the...
    • 4 April 1951

    • 4 April 1951
    • Iron mines and mining--Iron County (Utah); Mining machinery; Utah International, Inc.
    • SHE 52 moved to D.M. Hill on 10 March 1951. SHE 55 worked most of the month in rotary blast in the northwest section of the Pit at 5445 elevation. 80-D worked part of the month in the Short Line Pit at 5445 elevation, southwest section, digging all...

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