Joseph Brigham Keeler - Death Notice
Last Rites Held For Patriarch Of LD.S. Church Tributes Paid Memory oi Joseph B. Keeler at Services Special to The Tribuna PROVO— Last rites for Joseph B Keeler, patriarch of the L. D. S church and prominent pioneer resident resident of this city were condu-Hec Thursday afternoon at the Manavu L. D. S. ward chapel with hundreds of friends and relatives in attendance. attendance. Speakers included Melvln J. Ballard Ballard of Salt Lake City, a member of the council of twelve apostles of the L. D. S. church; T. N. Taylor Taylor of Provo, president of Utah L. D. S. stake; J. Will Knight of Provo, former stake president; Jacob Gates of Salt Lake City; Dr. Amos N. Merrill of Brigham Young university; Andrew Knudsen and Bishop J. Wilbur Sowards of the Manavu ward. A letter eugolizing the active and worthwhile career of Mr. Keeler was read by Professor Professor J. B. Jensen of Brigham Young university. Stephen L. Chlpman of American Fork, a member of the board of trustees of Brigham Young: university university in. which institution Mr. Keeler served as an instructor for many years, gave the opening prayer with Professor William J. Snow o) the university giving the dedicatory prayer. Special- presented musical by the .numbers Manavu were ward choir; the B. Y. U. string trio of Professor LeRoy J. Robertson, Gustave Gustave Buggert and Elmer E. Nelson; the B. Y. U. quartet of Hannah G Packard, Lota Paxman, Dr. Thomas L. Martin and William Johnson, anc a solo by Professor Hichard P. Condie Condie of the B. Y. U. music department. department. J. ; J. Keeler, a grandson oi the deceased, accompanied Professor Professor Condie on the organ. Burial -was in the Provo ' citj oiirial park.'