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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 151 wrong with the latest guy trying to make it big in Nashville, I want to hear that! London Bridge Days and September in Kingman and rodeos and what not going on. That's part of who we are in our own...
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    • Lehi M. was old enough to be able to round the cows into the corral and the girls helped with the milking. Every two or three days, a new cow was hrought in to be h~uken milk. Henrietta would rope the cow and to tie her to a post and proceed to...
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    • Everyone in the Jones family worked hard because it was a necessity. Henrietta was no exception, she could drive four horses as good as any man. When the family moved to town from 3-Creeks in the fall of 1904, school had started. Will was the only...
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    • No pirates no princesses 110 I: And a room full of stuff. M: Right. I: That you have to pack when you move. M: Right and having more stuff is more responsibility. Like having all those shoes there means I have to have a space for all those shoes....
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    • THE DILAPIDATED "NUT" For Sale—One Ford car with piston rings two rear wheels, one front spring Has no fenders, seat or pland, burns lots of gas. Hard to crank, carbureter busted half way through, engine missing, hits on two. Three years old,...
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    • Although the early settlers of Utah had placed more emphasis on celebrating the 24th rather than the 4th of July, Independence Day had gained in significance. July 4, 1861, brought with it an enthusiastic celebration throughout the Utah Temtory, in...
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    • years before.I9The city of Winter Quarters (now Omaha, Nebraska), where some of the people from Nauvoo settled, was across the Missouri River on the west bank. Weakened by the long trek, the Inhabitants were plagued by disease but were still able...
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    • saving weeks in travel and the hard labor of blazing a new trail. They had in mind the moving of the people who would come after them. The route they chose was somewhat shorter than the other trail, with a better grade. Further, the greater part of...
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    • knowledge a n d satisfaction t h a t we a r e doing a fine job in serving t h e citizens to the b e s t of o u r ability with one of t h e best a n d well-equipped fire fighting units in t h e State. CEDAR CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT May 1. 1941. ....
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    • camped with some scattered wagons. No fuel, little food, and a long distance to fetch water as we camped one mile south of the creek. Friday, December 13: Started this morning about 9 a m . Doubled teams to ascend the Utah mountain which was very...
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    • STUDENT LIFE Daily reducing exercise. Beth going "Belly-Bust." The sheep and the goats. Y o u do the darndest things, Baby. Wash day at "Jolly-Fizz" flat. Don t turn that t h i n g loose. Petticoat fever. The wheels of the Bacian at work.
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    • @outbrrn atab Oogpital A. N. LEONARD, M. D., Superintendent GENERAL SURGERY. GE~ERAL MEDICINE. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. FITTING OF GLASSES. X-Ray diagnosis and treatment. Violet Ray (high frequency) treatments. j\lIaternity Home, "Twilight...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 47 00:01:10 00:01:14 00:01:34 Sue: … saying … Sue: Now, get outta here. Sue: What were you saying? Bill: But I got no wheels. Sue & Johnny: Walk! Bill: But it’s a long … Sue...
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    • attended the wedding. At twenty minutes to seven we left Cedar City for Parowan in two carriages--one drawn by four horses, the other by two. As we started, a salute was fired with guns which echoed through the mountains, and the city had the...
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    • Hahne, Hamilton, and Pryor do their "paper work" ENGINEERS Remember the little men that we used to see running around the campus with plumb lines, and tran-sits, and surveyor's instruments of all sorts, industriously surveying the college? We...
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    • "By the later part of October 1879, the Sreater part of the pilgrims that were to make up the company booked for the San Juan Mission were on wheels headed for the Colorado River at a point east of the Escalante Desert. There were only a few in...
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    • Running Head: EVENT INTERNSHIP PROSPECTUS 70  Bingham Cyclery 1895 S. Washington Blvd., Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 399-4981  Contact: Adam  Canyon Sports Outlet 699 W. Riverdale Road, Riverdale, UT 84405 (801) 621-4662  Contact: Ask for...
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    • 'dog iron' [hand iron] which caused our hearts to rejoice very much to see the first casting of iron made in the mountains. We gave three cheers and cried Hosannah to God and the Lamb forever and ever, and three cheers for Iron County. Attended...
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    • animals until noon, so they didn't reach Springvllle until that night. They were joined there by several other wagons traveling their direction, one of which belonged to Brother Walker. They camped the next night at the springs in Juab Valley where...
    • Traveling to St. George-1915

    • Branch Agricultural College--Cedar City (Utah)--History
    • Four pictures in one. First is of the band and two wagons with horses. The second is of a group of men sitting on some rocks. The third is of a wagon with large wheels going through mud. The last is of a wagon, horses and people. It also is in mud.

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