daughter of Charles Franklin Shipp
of T. 9 Mory Jeonette Morin no to Provo Woman Succumbs at Home of Son Mary Jeanette Shipp Morin, 68, died Saturday night at the residence residence of her son, Arthur R. Morin, Morin, 409 W. 940 N., after a brief illness. She was born May 8, 1890, in Beaver, the daughter of Charles Franklin and Jeannette Alexandria Alexandria Camobell Shipp. She received received her early e d u c a t ion in Beaver and attended attended Murdock Academy there. She also attended attended the Univer- sitty of Nevada, U n i v e rsity of Utah and East Oregon College of Education. She married Charles Arthur Morin, Sept. 13, 1917, hi Ely, Nev. They later received received their endowments in the Logan LDS Temple. While Mr. Morin was in service in World War I she taught school in Ely and in Eureka, Utah. After his return they made their home in Baker, Ore., where he was a rancher. He died June 5, 1945, and she maintained her home in Baker and taught in Baker County schools. She moved to Utah in 1952 and lived in Lindon with her son. She moved to Provo in 1955. She was a member of the LDS Church, serving as a Primary teacher and president of the Primary, Sunday School teacher, literary teacher in the Relief Society, and served a stake mission in Union Stake in Baker. She is survived Mrs. Morin by one son and four daughters: Arthur R. Morin, Mrs. Linn (Elsie) Rockwood, Rockwood, Mrs. Rita Rae Stapley, all of Provo; Mrs. Lolo K. (Janet) Juncker, Forest Grove, Ore.; Mrs. Russ (Ina) Castleberry of Hayward, Calif., 22 grandchildren; grandchildren; two brothers, John Steel Shipp of Salt Lake City and Charles Franklin Shipp of Baker, Ore. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., Berg Drawing Room chapel with Bishop Ralph Britsch officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Monday evening from 6 to 8 and Tuesday prior to services. Additional services will be held at the West and Co. Mortuary, Baker, Ore., Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Baker.