sltrib 10 Mar 1936
Frederick Berkin Smith Frederick Berkln Smith, -in, of 57f» Greetilawn place, died In a local hospital Monday at 12:30 a. m. o£ pneumonia. Mr. Smith wns born in Dlamondvillc, Wyo.. July 18. 1890, a son of John B. Rnrt Elizabeth Wnrdlc Smith, and came to Rait Lake City in 1920. He was a switchman switchman for' the Union Pacific railroad. Suri-ivliig arc his wldov.', Mrs. Trances Bell Smith; two children. Fred J. B. Smith nml Darlene Smith, all of Salt Lnke City: his father, and the following brothers and sisters: Horace F, Smith and James Smith. Salt Lalcc City; Mrs. George Voshall. Magna; Mrs. William S. Little. Mrs. Pete Kirkwood and Mrs. William Robldns, J3la- xnomlvUle, Wyo. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday Thursday at 1 p. m. In the Dc.serct mortuary, 3(5 Kast Seventh South street, inuler the direction of Bishop Charles G. Wright of the Sixteenth L. D. S. ward. Friends may call at the mortuary until time of services. Burial will lake place in City cemetery.