Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Mary E. B. Bitton 35% % % Mrs. Mary Ellen Bingham. Bitton, wife of Louis K. Bitton, died Thursday at eleven-twenty a. m. at the family residence,' 430 Twenty-sixth of a five- week illness. Mrs. Bitton was born in Salt Lake City, Nov. 25, 1866, a daughter of Willard and Amanda Melvina Snow Bingham. Bingham. Her early life was spent in Wilson, where she was educated and lived until her marriage to Mr. Bitton, in the L. D. S. Logan temple, Dec. 1, 1886. They moved to West Weber and ,1905 came to Ogden. Mrs. Bitton, active in early day religion religion classes and later in the Relief society, was an ardent temple worker and- a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. She and Mr. Bitton celebrated their golden wedding anniversary anniversary in Ogden eight years ago. Surviving besides the husband are sons and seven daughters, Mrs. Mary Gibson, West Weber; Willa'rd J. Bitton, Mrs. Sarah B. Roylance, Mrs. Minnie DeCorso, Mrs. Elva B. Tite, Mrs. B. Miller and Mrs. Melva B. Whiteley, Ogden; Louis B. Bitton, Lago. Ida.; Vera B. Clark, San Bernardino, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Isabel B. Dance, Blackfoot, Ida.; Mrs. Nancy B. and Mrs.- Emmeretta Hancock, Berkeley, Calif.; also 29 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral . services . will . be - Monday at one p. m. at the mortuary, 3408 Washington, by Alden C. Sorc-nson, L. D. S. Second ward bishop. .Burial will be in Ogden city cemetery.