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Jack Jones Dies at 73 Of Pneumonia SPANISH FORK—John (Jack) Jones, 73, died at the local hospital hospital of complications following p<n e,u m onia, Marches, 1961. He was born May 13, 1887, at Scofield, Utah, a son of John T. and Sarah An n L e s t e r Jones. He moved to C h e s terfield, Idaho, .with his parents where Jack Jones he received his early education, later returning to Springville where he married Edna A. Underwood Underwood NovemberV24, -1925;: They later received -their •'_ endowments in the Salt Lake Temple.' They -made- their home in Springville where he followed the trade of a. carpenter, he also worked during construction of Geneva Steel for Utah Pomery- Morrison Company as a carpenter. carpenter. He moved to Spanish Fork in 1945 where he worked- for the Hurst Construction Company. In 1952 he retired due to ilt health. He was a member of the LDS church and a.World War I veteran. veteran. Surviving are his wife, six sons and two daughters, Jack J. Jones, Sterling Creed Jones, and Mrs. R. J. (Faye) Williams, Spanish Fork; Ted Lee Jones, Clarence L. Jones, Sandy; Sharon Jones, and Marion W.' Jones, Salt Lake City, and Dewey Jones with U.S. Army in Panama Canal; 16. grandchildren, grandchildren, four brothers and four sisters: George H. Jones, Thomas Jones, Mrs. Sarah Mason, Mrs. Herbert (Mary) Gabbitas, Springville; Springville; Frank Jones, Mapleton; Dick Jones, Spanish Fork; Mrs: Jane Shepherd, Thistle; and Mrs. Mike (Martha) Maloney, Price, Utah. Funeral services will be Friday Friday at 1 p.m. in the second ward chapel Bro. Clyde Swenson officiating. officiating. Friends may call at the Walker Mortuary Thursday 7 to 9 and Friday prior to services. Full military honors will be accorded accorded Mr. Jones by American Legion Post 68. Interment in the Salem' city cemetery.