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...
ANNUAL. GREEI1NG to
Our Friends in S"'outhern Utah
Again we have printed and bound this Agricula
book for the Student body of the Branch of the
Agricultural College. This gives you an idea
of the good work we can do and of the permanency
'T^HE mere mentioning of the
term "High School" brings
trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences.
Some of my memories
send thrills of pleasure coursing
through my body; some send chills
of displeasure. The pleasurable
Scene from "Seventh Heaven"
'T^HE Branch Agricultural College has long enjoyed a splendid reputation
for its Dramatic productions. The college plans to produce at least one
full-length play each year. The cast is selected from both...
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...
The Junior College Tournament
r~p*HE Rocky Mountain Junior Col-kge
Basketball Tournament is a
Southern Utah idea. The first meet
was held at Snow College in 1924
with only four teams participating.
The following year, with other
schools added, the...
WO of the outstanding musical organizations
of the Branch Agricultural College are the
Men's and Ladies' Glee Clubs. These organi-zations
are trained each year by Mr. Manning,
meeting at a regular time for practice work as
Clubs and Organizations
HE clubs which have been organized at the Branch
Agricultural College have become a very live part
of its daily activity in socials and scholary func-tions.
Among the most prominent are the two women's clubs—
HEN the Agricola staff began its work
early in the fall, one of the first problems
to present itself was the sale of books. It
was decided to organize a club of thirteen
girls representing each class on the
campus and selected by the...
It was a cold and unpleasant place and had been rejected by others who had gone to more favorable locations south of here. My previous years had been associated with pioneer life in Iron County in the interest of building and Military duties. In...
surveyor, and his assistants, each block having four lots 12 by 12 rods. Parties selecting lots applied to the Probate Court of Beaver County, which, considered their rightful claims and awarded to the owner the lot and block he was entitled to,,...
Quorum. The President selected for this organization was John Hughes, while Charles Wesley Wendall was selected for clerk.
JOHN R. MURDOCK CALLED TO BEAVER
Owing to factional differences, lack of unity, and the inability of the local authorities to...
HISTORY OF BEAVER STAKE
Beaver Stake is the eighth oldest in the west. It was established March 12, 1866, with John R. Murdock as president; William Fotheringham as first and Daniel Tyler as second counselors. This organization existed until July...
S. Taylor Farnsworth was set apart as president of the stake, August 13, 1933, with Clark G. Murdock as first and William E. White as second counselor. J. Albert Muir was selected as clerk.
Until the re-organization of the stake, February 16, 1947,...
Gideon A. Murdock, James E. Thompson, William Moyes, Joseph Lillywhite, William R. Anderson, Charles Bird, William Thompson, Philo T. Farnsworth Jr., James P. Anderson, Robert Edwards, Thomas H. Cartwright, Thomas Patterson, Orson...
Great Salt Lake City Utah Territory April 5, 1864 Colonel William H. Dame "Commanding Iron Co.. Military District Dear Brother "You will hold muster and inspection of arms of forces in your district. It is also deemed wisdom for each...
The first brass band was organized under the super-vision of Mr. B. J. Shinderling, and later kept going under the leadership of George Jameson. The men in the band were Ed Rollins, Jewel Rollins, Pete Dotson, Wayne Blackburn, George Jameson, Sy...
HISTORY OF MINERSVILLE RELIEF SOCIETY
The Relief Society of the Minersville Ward was organized April 15, 1869, with Malinda Lewis as president and Harriet Bradshaw as secretary. The society was
called Female Relief Society of Minersville.
Vegetation on these arid ranges is composed chiefly of low shrubs and grasses belonging to what is known as the salt-desert shrub plant association. Most of these ranges are used by sheep and cattle during the winter when other ranges are covered...