Sarah Wray Woodland obituary

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Sarah Wray Woodland obituary - '"U home of year, Farr Ogden, 149; Total, 331....
'"U home of year, Farr Ogden, 149; Total, 331. of Zion different some from Junction from the flood not in the form of a fine. Dennie Hanson pleaded guilty to a charge- of carrying a revolver without without first procuring a permit. He was- fined $5. He. wa sarrested Saturday Saturday night. Bail of J. W. Charles, accused of disturbing the peace October 5, was declared forfeited upon failure to appear appear in court. The bail was in the sum of $25. Fred Rawson was fined $1 for operating operating a car with the cutout open, October' 2. . . Charged with reckless driving Saturday evening, Ed Garner pleaded pleaded guilty and was fined. $20, with al^ ternative of'ten days In jail. Mrs. F. B. King was fined $1 for using a, car, minus one of the license license plates. Mrs. King explained that it was. not her 'car and that the license plate-had been left on by :· mechanic who had been repairing repairing it. Sarah Wray WooaW, 95 ? Came To Utah Eighty Years Ago Sarah Wray Woodland,, pioneer ol 1850- aged 93, died at ther home in South Willard at 11:45 o'clock Sunda" Sunda" night, following a few weeks ilhjess. She was born on July 25 1835, in Michigan, a daughter of William William and Elizabeth Wray Walker At the age Of 15; she came with her parents to Utah a-id endured the privations and hardships of' crossing the plains, walking the whole distance. distance. She married' David Whittaker in Willard, and made her home there In 18.92 she was married to Thomas S. Woodland in. the endowmen' house in Salt tata. She was the eld est resident of Box Elder county and was known as a helpful neighbo. and friend. Un to a short time ago Mrs Woodland enjoyed good health and n July visited her daughter in St. Anthony, Ida., and went on a our of Yellowstone park. She re- urned from Idaho to her home Willard late in September and aken ill shortly afterward. Surviving are toe following sons and daughters: David- W. Whitaker, Mrs. Josiah Marsh, D. R. Woodland and Isaac S. Woodland, WJHard; irs. Alma E. Singleton, St. Anthony; Anthony; Ida.; Mrs. W. W. Ogden. There are 37 grandchildren, ,06 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren also surviving. surviving. Services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Wilard Wilard ward chapel, with Bl:hOp Ephr=.im White in charge. The body may be viewed at the home Tuesday afternoon and evening anc Wednesday until 1 o'clock. Burial will be made in the Willard; ;ery under the direction of the Intermountain mortuary, Unreality Is Topic of Cbnrch Sermon "Unreality" was the subject of the lesson sermon. Sunday, October 5, in all Churches of Christ, tist, branches of the mother church the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Golden text: Psalms 80:7. Turn again, O God of hosts, and cause Thy face to shine; and we shall saved. The citations which comprised: lesson sermon included the following from the Bible: "Is there a God H. A. LUNCH BOOM "Nothing But the Best" TUESDAY SPECIAL

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner06 Oct 1930, MonPage 12

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)06 Oct 1930, MonPage 12
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