Pioneers Remembered

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 27
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1995
Type Text
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Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
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Title Pioneers Remembered
Description to the present, the tradition of honoring our valiant and noble ancestry is celebrated on the last Saturday in March Many former residents return to celebrate on the beginnings of their home town with the locals The past presidents of this organization have also made a difference in making Mt. Pleasant a better place to live and in helping us to remember and appreciate our heritage. Andrew Madsen, an immigrant pioneer, was the first president, followed by James Larsen, James Monsen, O. M. Aldrich. Grant Johansen, Rex Hafen and Bert Ruesch, who is now serving his tenth year Programs have been varied and appropriate for the times and occasions by honoring anniversaries of important events that have transpired Many families have thrilled us with programs by descendant of early pioneers such as Mortin Rasmussen, Justus Wellington Seely, Jens Jorgensen. Lars Madsen, C N. Lund. Peter Monsen. A L Peterson, William Hafen, Herman Beck and James Larsen Keynote speakers for our programs have given credit to their heritage for their success and our comforts today Some of those who spoke and made a difference in our lives were Andrew Madsen, Peter Monsen. John Hasler, Jacob Hafen, C N. Lund. J K. McClenahan, Jacob Christensen, C W. Sorensen. Orange Seely. John Waldermar, John Carter, N. S Candland. Daniel Rasmussen, A V Boand, John A Blain. Amasa Aldrich, S H. Allen. Ferdinand Ericksen. James Monsen, James L Nielson. A W. Jensen, PC. Peterson, Webb Green, Andrew Jensen. Leland Anderson. Ed M Rowe. Samuel O. Bennion, S M Nielson, President George Albert Smith. Duane Frandsen, Mrs Fannie C Miles, Gerald L Ericksen. Clair Aldrich. President Howard W. Hunter. O. F. Peel. Berkley Larsen. Ray Nielsen, Eugene Peterson, Governor Calvin Rampton. Howard Rasmussen. Victor Rasmussen. Jay Monsen and Louise Seely A few events that transpired through the years have served as themes for the programs In 1972 the Lamanite Generation from BYU honored us with a musical in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the peace treaty with the Indians Governor Calvin Rampton was our guest of honor for this significant anniversary Wasatch Academy celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1975 and our program was a salute to them The United States was celebrating its 200th anniversary in 1976, so our event expressed gratitude and devotion to our great country The diamond jubilee anniversary of our pioneer monument was celebrated in 1984 with a slide presentation of events that took place the day it was dedicated The year of 1986 marked the 90th year of Utah, so we honored our beloved state Manti Temple marked its 100th anniversary in 1988, and Victor Rasmussen told of inspiring events that took place during its construction We cannot forget the musical follies put on by Mrs Ben Staker with our local talent and her outstanding costumes and scenery For many years the Hamilton Elementary and High School Bands serenaded State Street and welcomed guests as they arrived In 1993 when our local National Guard was called to the Persian Gulf War. our theme was My Own America Decorations of red, white and blue expressed our love of country as Dave Thomas paid tribute to our service men in song Tears filled our eyes as fifty war veterans 13
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Source Saga of the Sanpitch 27
Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
ID 326300
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