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...
Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Church buildings
Mormon Tablernacle, showing baptistry at the back of the building. An old tractor with a street roller on front is in the foreground, left. The Tabernacle stood on the corner of Main and Center streets where the post office is now (1982), facing...
Our Motto: "Wotk and Win"
Who defended that flag pole,
Against the Juniors bold?
Who kept their colors waving high
While they struggled valiantly by?
Who stood by and cheered them
Against those who fought them?
I stood a t the foot of a ladder,
And it looked so very high-
, It really seemed to me its top
Was resting 'gainst the sky.
And as I stood gazing upward,
In the clouds I could plainly see
vVritten in golden letters,
"The Ladder of...
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
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
The Ag. Club. In the fall of nineteen hundred and twelve, a new organization came into existence within the realms of "Old Murdock." That organization was none other than the Murdock Academy Aggie Club. It was presently to take its place as one...
According to John A. Skinner's story, Beaver Adz came running down the public road to town to get "whites" to go up and stop the fight. Skinner said Beaver Adz was an old coward and did not want any fighting. This was before he lost his eyesight....
fence in the center of block 29, just east of where the telephone office now stands. The bullet cut the emigrant's leather belt, yet he stopped long enough to pick up his pistol. A few minutes later, William Anderson saw Sissix elevate his gun and...
little whim could not be satisfied, they manifested a joy in living and when they prayed they felt God's watchful care.
From the earliest days of Pioneer life, the people provided amusement for themselves. The dance played the most conspicuous...
THE FIRST DANCE ORCHESTRA IN BEAVER
Horace A. Skinner told of the first dance orchestra in Beaver, with William McGarry as first violinist, Alma Crosby, second violin, and Mrs. William McGarry, acccordion. They were hired by the year and paid by...
of the institution until about 1890, it was possible to se-cure all the wool necessary to operate the plant by exchanging the mill products for the wool. About this time, wool demanded cash or mostly cash and the mills found it difficult to sell...
On March 21st she writes : "I closed my school. The pupils had made creditable improvement. The house of worship where I taught was a dread to me, so neglected and out of repair. It was, however, improved a little by the vigilance of the women of...
others say it was east. C. T. Stoney was postmaster, 1894-99. He was called on an L. D. S. mission and Robert Stoney filled the vacancy. Ernest Hodges served from 1899 to 1904, in the same location. Other postmasters serving in this building were:...
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...
Communication in Pioneer Days
Beaver's Early Mail Service
Beaver's first mail service was the freight wagon train. The drivers would deliver mail to the Bishop, who in turn would distribute it in Church. Then an office was maintained in...
Singing Mothers were organized, and the Church Welfare Work begun. They gave five years of faithful and inspiring service. Board released in 1942. Ellen Joseph, president; Cleaone Robinson and Maude Christiansen, counselors; Mayme Hoopes,...
When that bell would ring, one could hear school children begin singing, "There is a boarding house not far away,
Where they serve ham and eggs three times a day. Oh, hear the boarders yell, when they hear that dinner bell, Oh, how good those...