Clipped From The Daily Herald
ELMER J. HOUGHTON Houghton Rites Set On Tuesday SPANISH FORK - Funeral . . «1_ T U»..nVttnn services for Elmer J. Houghton, 62, Spanish Fork, who died Saturday of a heart attack while hunting, will be held Tuesday at 1 . House. Friends I bill. UOJr V*- ** **w*» - «----— W inting, will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the Palmyra Stake juse. ,. Friends may call at the Friends may can HI »«« Walker Mortuary in Spanish Fork tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock and Tuesday prior to services. Burial will be in Spanish Fork City Cemetery. from Mr. Houghton was born Dec. 15, 1908, In Eureka, a son of Lyman C. and Mary Mien Lofgren Houghton. He married Elma Mae Strong on June 14, 1928, in the Salt Lake Temple. Mr. Houghton was a miner and former employee of the Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Co. in Provo. He was coordinator for , t ..u.ii..ii •- n n i m ^a M-Meii basketball in Palmyra OtaKe. ..,JJ«™ Survivors include his widow, Spanish Fork; four^sons ^and three daughters, Robert J. Houghton and Mrs. Ralph (Sharon) Bellows, both Granger; Mrs. A.J. (June) Smith, Spring Lake; Lyman R. Douglas H. and Calvin Houghton and Mrs. Gary (Linda) Douglas, all Spanish Fork; 17 grandchildren; grandchildren; three great- grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Arvil Houghton, Salt Lake City; Donald Houghton, Ogden; Mrs. Reed (Verona) Gates, Salina; Mrs. Reed C. (Olivia) Huff, Granger.