Joseph Osguthorpe dies
Provoan's Father Dies in Salt Lake Funeral services for Joseph Osguthorpe, 88, Salt .Lake City father of Mrs. Grant F. (Elmo) Penrod, Provo, who died Saturday Saturday at the home of a son, wil be held Tuesday at noon at 36 E. 7th S. in Salt Lake City. Infant Son Dies Soon After Birth Graveside services for Timothy Hawkins Clark, infant son of Philip Hone and Ruth Hawkins Clark, 472 E. 6th N., who died Sunday night shortly after birth, were held today at 4 p.m. at Mr. Osguthorpe was born Dec. 14, 1866, in East Mill Creek,»soa of John and Lydia Roper Osgu- thorpe, and married Luella Russell Russell Dec. 20, 1S99, in the Salt Lake • LDS Temple. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are his widow; two sons and five daughters, J. Vere and Ivan R. Osguthorpe, Mrs. E. L. (Luella) Greentialgh, Mrs. A. B. (Ida) Peck, and Mrs. Tilden Tilden B. (Lydia) Stillman, all of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Grant G. (Elma) Penrod, Provo, and Mrs. Melvin (Selina) Bower, Pocatello, Ida.; 21 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren.