teacher still in school funeral of lloyd bybee 03.27.1922
o f j t h e ) Mariow Christensen. principal will! tne Uintah school, who last Wediie.,- this na- U - n i g h t fatally -wounded Lloyd ^e, IS years of - age, of Uintah, to prevent an alleged attack upon Executive G. A. Goates of tire the county ja, todaj, . heicl on . ^.tÂ·V**TM*TM* ^ 'Â«, u rocu e Vobably be'liled \ V i l - 1 said c hcu the filing in order Lra- t | he might hear the statements_of --. boy in determine e c Â£ e f , emls of t f i e boy appeared, a; l l o w i n g : Q O his. o f f i c e early today' and d e that a charge of m u r d e r in the -Â·- -- - , 'degree should beÂ· f i l e d against i n e e r - i tensen. Mr. Wilson said l the evidence ulreaay secured in t n e . , !.'Â·:,Â»Â· i ," - , . Â· , ; B of-to-\vers, ] the evidence lilreaay secured case it is -Improbable that the i plaint w i l l carry a more serious n i vn J t n r . - l . , A I I of ^00 m p ; standing than 25- heads of families b'y more in which : it is set forth that. -Chirstensen had j been harrassed for " m o n t h s tnree-ua.v ^cic- j^. u.^ t .^ ttl .j ^...^... -~ Wilson will not issue- the i meet - ! I plaint u n t i l after he has talked i members of the ' Ui-ntah delegation,! Furleral services- for Lloyd Bybee \ e i e man o'clock -Sunday at the i were he.ld at 1 o'clock'Sunday at j Lindquist f u n e r a l ' c h a p Bingham. officiated. Joseph Fernel-.! J u s sang, "A Perfect Day.' 1 Vera.| announcer n rt ^ r f t e r e * ^rJ.l'a. ^J- J- v - l i . v . ^ , 1 . i^Â«.J . Â· "- -- I -j Nee Nee d T h e e - Even- ^S^ , Houi .,, a n d "..^ Q Cnristiah . s Good- V" j night , Tne speakcrs were John Mil-.i den, J. L. Bybee and President Samuel Samuel G. Dye. There was a large attendance. attendance. Interment was . in the l Uintah cemetery. -Bishop-'A. A.-Bing) A.-Bing) ham dedicated the grave.