Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Service stations; Business
Twin Pines Service Station and Sunset Tavern. "The station stood where J. C. Penny's is now (1971) across from the Federal Building. I got the last tree of the twin pines, sawed it into lumber which was used in my home. George A. Millett...
History of the B.A. C.
"GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written
in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted
out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is
In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
"He that hath knowledge.
spareth his ,yords."
CAROLINE NELSO J
Her kindness is like the
sun. Everywhere she goes.
she brings into being priceless
JOHN HA lILTON
"1 n every rank, or great or
'Tis industry supports...
OBJECTIVES OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE
A SCHOOL is a place in which
we can get experiences and in-terpretations
faster and more ac-curately
than we can outside school.
Our school life today furnishes op-portunities
Animal College Trip to Zion Canyon
\ four o'clock Friday, October
*^ 11, a crowd of college students
boarded cars for Zion Canyon. At
8 o'clock the truck drove up to a
huge bon fire just below and south
of Angel's landing. Of course it re-ceived
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
us went through "Test Week," into Upper Classdom, then wended our way homeward, to dream of '17's memorable history. III. The first business on hand at the beginning of our Junior year was unanimously to elect Karl Woolsey again president of our...
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...
"He was a strange Indian and wore a Navajo blan-ket. Brother Allred took his horse with the Indian sad-dle and bridle rope and came home, arriving here on Sun-day, evening at 9:00 p.m. The Indian had marked his trail all along and is very likely...
Beaver Adz was popular among the Indians and was considered the best shot with bow and arrow, in the tribe. Pahshaunts was also an expert shot. "Mike" Powers, owner of the Star Saloon, in Beaver, asked Pahshaunts to come with his bow and arrow and...
The Navajos were cunning and crafty thieves, having different ways to deceive the settlers. Part of the band would profess great friendship and would camp in town at the Tithing Office and have beef and other supplies given them. They would trade...
A. J. Wilson, J. Harris, C. Willden, Joseph Armstrong, D. D. Reese, J. Tattersall, H. Tattersall, Thomas Richards, D. C. Adams, W. Holgate and W. Hall.
The Adamsville townsite was surveyed in 1867, and named Adamsville after its founder, David...
rose and bringing prosperity and contentment to the homes.
Present homes are modernized. Electric light plumbing fixtures, and telephone service have been stalled.
In the late '60s and early '70s, George William Isaac Riddle, David Levi,...
MOUNTAINS, LAKES AND STREAMS
The mountains, known as the Tushar Range, east of Beaver City, are full of ideal places for outdoor recreation, fishing, hunting and camping. The fishing up and down...
THE METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL
In 1873, the Rev. Clark Smith came to Beaver to establish the Methodist Episcopal Church, and to conduct a school for the members and patrons. He began his services in a small lumber building across the street east of...
Dr. Christian served in the following capacities
Appointed Clerk of the Second Judicial District Court of the Territory of Utah, December 24, 1869, by Cyrus M. Hawley, Judge.
June 10, 1873, admitted to the bar by Judge Jacob S. Boreman.
tooth a string was tied to the tooth, the other end was fastened to a door knob. The child closed his eyes and the operator slammed the door shut, and out came the tooth.
It was a fine thing for the pioneers when a man arrived who could do this job...
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....
operated by water power. It continued to run successfully until the erection of the Woolen Mills a few years later. Mr. Curfew was the grandfather of Clyde L. Messinger of Beaver.
In 1869, Samuel N. Slaughter, having emigrated from Cape...
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.