Obituary - Leo Bringhurst
Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Thursday. July 24, 1975 Obituaries Leo Bringhurst TOQUERVILLE, Washington County — Funeral services for Leo Bringhurst, 78, of Toquerville, who died of causes incident to age Wednesday, July 23, 1975 in a Salt Lake City hospital, will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Toquerville LDS Ward Chapel. He was the relative of three Utah County residents. Mr. Bringhurst was born Jan. 23, 1897 in Toquerville to William Agustus and Mary Janet Stapley Bringhurst. On Dec. 10, 1925 he married Hilda Hall in the St. George LDS Temple, and she died April 2, 1975 Mr. Bringhurst had been mayor of Toquerville. Survivors include two sons and two duaghters, Mrs. Reese (Luzon) Glines, American Fork; Wayne H. Bringhurst, Fontana, Calif.; Mrs.'Emeron (Melva) Jensen, Ogden, and Antone H. Bringhurst, Logan; 25 granchildren; one brother and two sisters, Mrs. Vera Thurbcr and Mrs. Arvilla Jepperson, both of Provo, and Samuel Bringhurst, Toquerville. Friends may call at the Spilsbury Mortuary in Hurricane, Washington County, Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the chapel Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Toquerville Cemetery. Edith E. Wallace Sarah Edith Earl Wallace, 73, of 465 W. 300 N., Provo, died of cancer Wednesday, July 23, 1975 at Utah Valley Hospital. Mrs. Wallace was born in Brigham City on March 6, 1902 to Frank Wright and Sarah Amanda Olsen Earl. She married Moroni B. "Wally" Wallace on March 6, 1923 in Farmington, Davis County, and the marriage was solemnized later in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mrs. Wallace attended schools in Box Elder County. She had been on the Red Cross Advisory Board in Utah County during World War II and was active in the Utah Republican Party. She also was active in the PTA, was a member of the Acacia Literary Club for 47 years and a charter member of the Timpanogos Knife and Fork Club.