Kate Woodhouse Kirkham obituary

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Kate Woodhouse Kirkham obituary - becoming one of tho original Relief society...
becoming one of tho original Relief society Singing Mothcrn. Married In Temple One of, the first couples to be mnrricd in the Salt Lake LDS temple, Kate Woodhouse and James M. Kirkham were the 35th couple to be married on the 9th day after the opening o'f the temple. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkham were one of eight couples recently honored at a reception in tho Salt Lake temple for thoae married soon after Its opening. Always prominent and active In LDS church affairs, Mrs. Kirk- harn was most active In Primary, Young Ladles' Mutual Improve ment Assn., and Relief society organizations. From 1934 to 1937, Mrs. Kirkham served with her hus- bnnd, who was president nf the East .Central States ml.'islon, a« president of the Mission Relief societies. She also was for many years a diligent temple worker; Family Survives; Mrs. Kirkham Is survived by her husband and the following sons and daughters: Miss Zclda K. Kirkham, Miss Alice E. Kirkham, Elbert C. Kirkham, E. Kay Kirkham, El Molno W. Kirkham, Salt Lake City; J. Arno Kirkham, Ccn- tcrvlllc; Mrs. Martha K. Jones, Spanish Fork; Aldcn John Kirkham, Ogden, and Mrs. Bessie K. Lemon, Richmond. She also In survived by Tour brothers and sis tcrs, Mra. Rachel Anderson, Har den Woodhouse, John D. Wood house, Lchi; Isaac Woodhouse, La nioille, Nov.; 20 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 12:15 p.m. In South Eighteenth LDS ward chapel, 2m avc. and A St., by Rulon S, Howell.i bishop. Friends may call at 280 South Temple Friday from 4 to 8 p,m. and Saturday from 0 to 11:30 a,"i. Burial will be in Lchl cemetery

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 18 Oct 1946, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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