Elizabeth M. Snowball obit
SERVICES FOR MRS. SNOWBALL AT JiYDE PARK Bishop Hyde Presides at fV.setlng Held Wednesday Many Give Discourses Hyde Pnrtf, Oct. 13. A fair sized congregation attended the funeral scrWces of Sister Elizabeth Snowball held In tho meeting houso today at 2 P. m. Bishop Hydo presided oer tho services. The choir sang Tho Deepening Trials T.irong Your Way. Prayer was offered by Lorenzo Pet-ersen.nftcr Pet-ersen.nftcr which the choir lung O, Lord Rosponslvo to Thy Coll. The speakers woro Bishop Benjamin Hy-inns Hy-inns of Treasureton, Idaho; James Johnson of tho Oneida stako presidency; presidency; Thomas Duco of tho Alberta stako presidency of Canada, and Bishop C. Q Hyde. Special musical number, Oh, Crave Whero Is Thy Victory, by Mrs. Holmstoad. Tho closing hymn being, Sister Thou Wnst Mild and Lovely, and tho benediction wns pronounced by Elder Lars C. Peterson. Tho pall bearers were Samuel Scamons, Joseph Wnlto Sr., Oeorgo and John Lamb, Lars Christened! Christened! . Tho speakers nil testified of tho upright moral llfo of tho deceased deceased and spoko of various topics pertaining pertaining to our temporal and spiritual conditions. A goodly number of car-llagcs car-llagcs and automobiles loaded with friends, accompanied tho remains to tho cemetery whero tho gravo was dedicated by Elder George Z. Lamb. Sister Elizabeth M. Snowball wns tho daughter of John and Anna Weiss Snowball, was born in Surich, Switzerland, Switzerland, July 22, 1S49, was baptized Into tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints In 1857. A few years later her mother married Elder Elder Suel Lamb, who enmo to Hydo Park In the early sixties, and tho deceased deceased has made her homo hero ever since. Though afflicted with deafness mid partial dumbness, yet sho was of n lovablo disposition and was a good faithful Latterday Saint. Tho unmarried she was a great lover of llttlo children and cvor tried to make them happy.