and i on i LDS Wyo,, Church Society, and City; Hum- i (Leona) Sandy; brother, Mrs. tonight 12 Evanston, 1898, Samuel I Death Takes Husband Day After Wife Dies SALT LAKE CITY-Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Smith of 2156 S. 4th E., Salt Lake City, formerly of Ogden, died of natural causes within one day of each other. Mr. Smith, 70, died this morning morning at 9:50 in the Holy Cross Hospital in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Smith died Tuesday at j 9:50 a.m. in a Salt Lake nursing ihome. She was 66. ! MARRIED IN 1916 I The couple was maried Aug. i . B. Smith Mrs. Smith" I He had been an elder and ward • in the LDS Church. He had lived in Ogden for 20 114, 1916, in the Salt Lake LDSi Temple. i years, moving to Salt Lake City Frank B. Smith was borni 31 - vears a g°- Aug. 22,1896, in Evanston, Wyo.,! BORN IN HENEFER in Wysong will the the from City Vernon Bindrup, at with Terrace may to will for be with the and a son of Harry B. and Eliza Bull Smith. He was an electronics engineer engineer and was vice president, and sales manager of the Gallagher Machine" Co. of Salt Lake City. He was a licensed pilot and had worked in the automotive business business in Salt Lake City. He had been a member of the Mrs. Emma Lucilla Fawcett Smith was born Dec. 20,1900, in Henefer, Utah, a daughter of Joseph and Lillian Shm Ffcw- eett. She was a member of the LDS Church. She had lived in Ogden for 20 years prior to moving to Salt Lake City 31 years ago. The couple is survived by one ^ ---- -.--— -uuu£<*^, iu kj'fcli V4*^U MJ Vll^ Red Nichols Band, a movie pro- 1 son and three daughters, Frank jectionist operator and hunting Earl Smith, West Weber; Mrs guide. He manufactured airiG. H. (Bessie) Brimhall, Og- powered boats and built his own j den; Mrs. Lee (Lillian) DeHaan ^aLt- ..Salt Lake City; Mrs. Glen Mr. Smith was a member of |( June) Eggleston, Palos Verdes, Woodmen of _ the World, Elks (Calif.; 10 grandchildren and Lodge and Kmghfe of Columbus, ifour great-grandchildren. Mr. Smith is also survived by two brothers and two sisters, Behnont Smith, Dayton, Ohio; Joseph Grant Smith, serving with the Navy in Virginia; Miss Romol A. Smith, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Carl (Flora) Cling- CLINTON— Requiem Mass for «r', Salt lake City. Cpl Henry O Vigil, 20 son of! Mrs. Smith is survived by two Mass Friday For Corporal w 531 W. 1300 r Clinton, , Mrs. Parley (ELthera) was killed Aug. 15 in Vietnam, Stephens, Mrs. Owen (Fern) will be celebrated Friday at 10 Ferry, all of Henefer. a.m. at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Catholic Church, 85 Church, in Layton.. Layton.. Holy Rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. in Lindquist's Lindquist's Clearfield Mortuary, 1050 S. State, Clearfield. JOINT FUNERAL Joint funeral services, will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Myers Mortuary in .Ogden .Ogden with Bishop's Counselor-LeRoy-W. Counselor-LeRoy-W. Herrick of the-West Weber Weber LDS Ward officiating: Friends may call at the mor- FViends_ may call ait the mortuary mortuary Thursday from 6 to 9 tuary Friday from 7 to 9' p.m. p.m., • and Saturday prior to seraces; Burial will be in the Clearfield Burial will 'be in the 'Henefer City'Cemetery. ' | Cemetery. .