Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Yative Utahii, 53, Dies CENTERVILLE, Utah — Mrs. 'hoebe Smith Evans, 83, Bister of 5avid F. Smith, state commissioner f agriculture, died here Saturday .t the home of a daughter, Mrs. jUla E. Reading. Mrs. Evans was born at Center- Nile, November 21, 1855, a daugh- er of William R. and Emaline Lea- itt Smith, Davis county pioneers, nd resided in Centerville all her ife. She was active in the L. D. S. lelicf society.' In January, 1875, she married Wiliam Wiliam H. Evans, who died in 1910. Surviving are the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Reading and Horton H. Evans of Centerville; Joeph Joeph S., George E. and Byron S. Svans, all of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Leona E. Hogan of Oakland, Cal., ind Mrs. Hilda E. Perkins of Stockon, Stockon, CaL; 29 grandchildren and 10 rreat-grandchildren, and the follow- ng brothers and sisters: Mrs. Mag- ;ie Brown of Lorenzo, Idaho; Mrs. Mable Randell and Mrs. Clara Cleveand Cleveand of Centerville; Mrs. Minnie 'arrish of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Melva Callister of Glendale, Cal., and Da-vid F. Smith of Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be conducted n the Centerville First ward chapel at 2 p. m. Wednesday, in charge of 3ishop Roy Duncan. Burial will je in Centerville cemetery. Friends may call at the Union mortuary Monday evening and Tuesday and Wednesday at the ionic of Mrs. Reading from 10 a. m until time of services.