||SECOND PLACE PERSONAL RECOLLECTION JACOB B. JACOBSEN and J.B.J. BRICKS Conrad Frischknecht 12225 Shadywood Lane S.W. Tacoma, Washington 98498 J• B« Jacobsen s life spanned about the last third was born at Milton, Morsan County, on February 25, 1ooo, and died on August 13, 1931, in a Salt Lake City hospital. In Manti, his interests ranged from work in the LDS Church, to making bricks, to providing for entertainment. 3ishop L. C. Kjar; he was a teacher in the Church and a school trustee; and he was a "trustee in trust" for the valued in excess of $50,000. The Manti Temple had cost more than $1,000,000, and Church authorities hurriedly City Mormons. One of the other trustees was tuther Tuttle, a member of Che Mormon Battalion. Jacobsen was Church in 1928. The Jacobsen brickyard, JBJ Bricks, was on the old state highway between Manti and Sterling, where the soil a smal1 pond in which the clay could be soaked to moke pug mill, the molder, three out-bearers (boys aged twelve or older), Jacobsen, and a grown boy to help him build the kiln.