ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP
His willingness to help those
who want to learn, and his service
to our school are much
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The Girls' Dormitory
/T"^HE Dormitory started off with
a bang. We had several dis-putes
over which sheets went into
which room. We were even guilty
of yelling "Say you," at the teach-ers.
Finally we settled down for a
little while. Then, during the...
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Beggar Woman: "Can you help me
re-cover my child?"
Old Gent: "Is your child lost?"
Beggar Woman: "No, no. His
clothes are worn out."
Steam Heated Hot and Cold Water
When in Cedar City stop at the
A gentleman once asked a boy where
he was born.
The first man to catch up with me was George Tracy, an old soldier of the Southern Army of the Rebellion. Next came William Allred, a noted Indian fighter. We were by now about 200 yards from the house. Tracy rode to the back door and called to the...
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:...
this group; cooked and sold many hot dinners. The canning project was continued, which required many long hours of their time and labor. Board released in 1942. Zelma Muir, president; Pauline Firmage and Lydia Smith, counselors ; Jennie Tanner,...
Beaver City. In 1901, Frank D. Farnsworth resigned. S. D. Underwood was appointed to serve balance of term.
1902-3-John Ward Christian, mayor; N. P. Ipson, Frank D. Farnsworth, William Low, Edward Fernley and Robert Stoney, councilmen; Clara...
A PART OF EARLY-DAY MILFORD In the early days, J. D. McAuley owned the whole block from the large house on the corner, which was his home, down to and including the Flatiron Building. Before Mr. McCauley built his home there, the corner was...
upon their own claims. Hence there are a lot of rudely-worked prospects, with very little development. During that time 40 men were working and prospecting in the two districts.
A two-stack smelter was built in Shauntie in the sum-mer of 1873. The...
Ebenezer Tanner Jr. bought the place from his father, and in turn sold it to Mrs. Jessie Robinson, who continued to use it as a hotel. It was later used as an apartment house, until it was razed in 1946. Mrs. Tanner, widely known as "Ma" Tanner in...
the trip from Milford to Frisco in 35 minutes, in 1916, surprisingly quick time with the first automobiles. Dr. Hunter and Dr. Burton of Milford made many trips to Frisco, Dr. Burton making the trips in a buggy to attend patients. Thomas James...
and the newest of all engines, the diesels. William Nichols Jr., local brakeman, is a nephew of Mr. Blanpied. Frank Kuchenmeister, John Low, William Sterling, Sam Reveal, Al Milsap, all have helped to build up part of the tradition that accompanies...
that of being the first car foreman, rip track foreman, and engine carpenter. His interest in civic affairs was keen and he was voted a member of the town board, member of the school board, and later, mayor. His wife and other women were...
den, Mrs. Nona Decker, Mrs. Hannah Smith, Mrs. Tanis Strofeld, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Florence Barnes, Mrs. Margaret Murdock, Mrs. Dora Smithson, and Mrs. Cora Jones. Of these past presidents, two were honored by being elected presidents of the...
About 1912 the I. 0. 0. F. Lodge sold the building to the Masonic Lodge. Dances continued to be held on the first floor until the Arion Hall was built. EARLY CARS IN MILFORD The first car that was ever in Milford was called a Smith. The owner of...