James H. Bell's son Obit

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Line two railroads, service. sewer district conditions under install a the area. the need to demand for before such a construction of industrial in the area under way before would be installed. LINE could install to the time was to use it. such a manager, now has however, su- :be sufficient major trunk lines to the said there be enough the area' to such costs of time. agreed with approved letter to this DARRELL A. BELL Funora! Thursday PLAN has voiced to service and not judgment in combat and in the people, the to President inequities Burton cannot concur the local Final Rites ForVictim On Thursday NORTH OGDEN -- Funeral services for Darrell A. Bell, 54, of 844 E. 2800 N., who was fatally fatally injured Monday in a tractor tractor accident, will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Ben Lomond LDS Stake Center in North Ogden. Bishop Elaine R. Kendell of the North Ogden First LDS Ward will officiate. Friends may call at the My- isdiction trol is Harrisville JP to get a unfounded. Sgt. Green ventoried the issued in found a to Harrisville because of the If the Riverdale, South catities then the or the to the courts communities, he Sgt. Green welcome check bar member of In reply Sgt. Green basis for failed to patrol because talk to tried. "I have officer any judge outcome of said. ASKS "I asked clarify (the judge) remarks Green said. Bar Glenn J. is regrettable been the highway Mr. judge, said intended state-wide eliminate permits the the officer Press, Mrs. Thorsten Kalmar who home here for associated with the radiology SCENERY .Hospital Administrator Knapp, Mr. grand opening ZCMI store "most memorable." the beauty under snowcapped been-in the Jan. 30. DC., traveling for visits and Los Angeles. Lake-City today at'Denver, Madi- ers Mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the stake center Thursday from 11 a.m. until services. Burial will be in the North Ogden Cemetery. BORN IN IDAHO Mr! Bell was born March 2, 1913, in Mink Creek, Idaho, a son of James H. and Mabel Keller Keller Bell. . He was educated in Franklin | County, Idaho, schools. On Oct. 4, 1937, he was married married to Dortha Caroline Larsen in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He moved to Ogden in 1937 and had lived in North Ogden since 1940. From 1934 to 1936 he served an LDS. mission to the Southern States. LDS HIGH PRIEST He was a member of the North Ogden First Ward, a high priest in the Ben Lomond Stake, and had served in the stake MIA superintendency a n d Sunday School superintendency. He had been a ward teacher, home ieacher, member of the ward This was indictment of Highway Patrol Mecham said. SIX GIVEN Two named triangle for then- and-paste .in the Examiner The mizu, 11; Roy, and 9,1124 Sunday School superintendency, MIA superintendency and was a| Sunday School teacher. He had been a member of the Debo- pairs Dance Club. formed by Central ' He had worked at the Conti-| School nental Baking Co, for 15 years dents at Washington for ,. Music snappy traditional old formed by as a shipping clerk and for the past 11 years had been building superintendent for the Ben Lomond Lomond Stake Center. SURVIVORS LISTED Surviving are his widow, three 1 sons and one daughter, Norman D. Bell, Logan; Richard Carlos Bell, J. Kent Bell, both of North Ogden; Mrs. Dee R. (Narlene) Marberger, Ogden; four grandchildren, grandchildren, his mother of Preston, Idaho; three brothers and four sisters, Theo J; Bell,; Preston; Phil K. Bell, Quincy, Wash.; Dr James H. Bell Jr., Bountiful; Bountiful; Mrs. B a r l e y (Ellen) Greaves, Mrs. M. Guy (Nellie) Stenberg, both of P r e s t o n; (Susie) Hughes, strumental 8 p.m. in Over and two participating. Specialty CLASS A code designed individuals to radio conducted in School, 7:30 Rulon of Club, said continue

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 07 Mar 1967, Tue,
  3. Page 13

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