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Mrs. Kinsey ": Margaret M. Kinsey | Provocm ; Succumbs §, Margaret Madsen Kinsey, 58, •'<• 1371 S. 500 W., Provo, died /Thursday evening at the Utah Valley Hospital Hospital of an extended extended illness. She was born July 14, 1908, in Knightville, Knightville, J u a b County, a daughter o f Curtis A. and Ruby Louise Bean Madsen. Site married George Kinsey on : April 14, 1927, in Provo. ' Mrs. Kinsey left Knightville when she was three years old, • moving with her family to • Tooele, where she lived until 1923. She moved to Provo in 1923, and had resided in Provo ' «}rice. She was a member of the LDS Church, Sunset Third Ward. She had worked at the ' Utah Valley Hospital for sev* eral years. Survivors include her husband husband of Provo; two sons, • George C. Kinsey, Orem; Ken ''neth Kinsey, U. S. Army, Ft. , Knox, Ky.; three daughters, =-Mrs. Darwin (Ruth) Jasperson, :. Provo; Mrs. Clayton (Laura) Simonds, Sandy; Mrs. Edward !T. (Deloris) HInes, Salt Lake •City; 14 grandchildren; her -mother of Provo; four brothers and four sisters: Leonard Madsen Madsen and Thomas Madsen, both '..of Provo; Bryan Madsen, Logan: Logan: John Madsen, Orem; Mrs. : Francis (Myrtle), Mercer, Mrs. Ladd (Viola) Peterson, Mrs. Ed (Ruby) Carter and Mrs. Earl (Louise) Robertson, ail oi ; Provo. Funeral services will be Teressa Christensen, 80, died Wednesday; funeral Saturday 11 a.m., 4760 S. State St. Sp. Fork Native Dies In California SPANISH FORK - L e o r a Hughes Andrus, native of Spanish Fork, 78, died Thursday Thursday in a California hospital after a short illness. She was born in Spanish Fork April 10, 1896, the daughter of George and Alice Moore Hughes. She married Leonard M .Andrus on Nov. 29, 1918, at Spanish Fork. They later made their home in King City, Calif, where she resided since. Mrs.. Andrus received her education in Spanish Fork schools. She was a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include her husband of King City; one daughter Mrs. Bill (Nancy) Getris, Salinas, Salinas, Calif.; two sons, A. G Andrus and Hughes Andrus both of King City; one brother and four sisters, Mrs. Mary H Taylor and Mrs. Clarence (Madge) Nielson, both of Spanish Spanish Fork; Mrs. Leslie (Jessie) Barnett, Payson; Mrs. John (Jennie Alice) Warren, King City; Dr. John M. Hughes, Wai nut Creek, Calif. Funeral services and : buria will be Saturday at King City. Wednesday at 11 a. m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel o Provo with Bishop J. Free Stubbs of the Sunset Third Ward officiating. Friends may call a the mortuary Tuesday from to 8 p. m. and Wednesday prior to the services. Burial will be at the Provo Ci'.y Cemetery.