Henry T. Maw

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HENRY T. MAW Taken By Death problems.". The chief complaint the group had was with "some inspectors inspectors who come out in the field." Asked by Committee Chairman Keith Duvall if they would start building again in Ogden if the situation is cleared up, the contractors contractors indicated that they would.. But they also indicated they 'will make no further efforts efforts themselves to get something something done about their complaints. complaints. Several of the group mentioned mentioned specific complaints. One committee committee member who told of running running into trouble with the city when bathhouse he was building during installation of a swimming pool at his home was classified as a dairy building. . Elmer Brown said he got a list of off-property r e q uirements from the city before building several several homes. In these requirements requirements he said, the inspection de- railroad and was freight agent for a number of years. Later he was employed by the Union Portland Cement Co., forerunner of Ideal Cement. Plants at Devils Slide and Trident, Mont., were built under his supervision. Mr. Gilson was for a considerable considerable period both an officer and general sales manager of the cement cement company. He retired from active service in 1945. ACTIVE LODGE MAN He was also a retired director of the Utah Southern Oil Co. He was an active member of the Presbyterian Church. He was a life member of BPO Elks 719 and Chapter 2, Royal Arch Masons. He was a 32nd Degree M a Mason, a member of El Monte Commandery Knights Templar, member of the Utah Consistory, Plain City Church Leader Dies At PLAIN CITY --Henry Thomas Maw, farmer, dairyman a n c church and civic leader, died this morning in the Dee Hospital ai the age of 88 after a long illness A man of diversified interests he had been a bishop in the Plain City Ward, had served as presi dent and member of the Weber County School Board and helped establish the Cream O* Weber Dairy which he later served as director. A native of Plain City where he was born on Feb. 12, 1870, Mr Maw was the son of Abram Ed ward and Eliza Tripp Maw. He had lived here his entire life, farming and dairying. He had served the LDS Church in many capacities, including su perintendent of the S u n d a y School and Plain City bishop from 1909 to 1912. He was a w a r d teacher for many years. Additionally, he served on the North Weber Stake High Coun cil for 15 years and had been president of both the North We ber and the Farr West Stake High Priest Quorum. MANY MISSIONS At the time of his death he was a member of the Farr West Stake High Priest Quorum. He had filled missions · to the Central Central States, to California and to Texas. ' He had been a director and president of the Plain Jity Irrigation Irrigation Co. Mr. Maw was married on Sept. 23, 1891, in the Logan Temple to Emily Jane Rawson. She died on Dec. 2, 1941. He married M a r y Jane Monk Hansen on Sept. 18, 1946. She died on June 13, 1953. Surviving are three sons and five daughters, Elvin H. Maw, Leslie T. Maw and Abram E. Maw, all of Plain City; Mrs. Hoiden Hoiden (Ivie) Hepworth and Mrs. Vance (Rella) Hodson, Clinton; Mrs. Blaine (Alta) Darney, Reno, Nev.; Mrs. Andy (Leora) Delconte Delconte and Mrs. Dale (Lettie) Skeen, Sand Point, Idaho; 31 1861, Gilson. and was and On Mo. and J. Mrs. San Ogden. Lindquist mortuary and ROLLED $| 93 BARLEY I 5 at SI.85 plus lack Straw 85c, Salt £5c ' Mixed Wheat . . $2.95 Growing mash .$3.65 j Baby Chicks .. . r.!9c Choici R«ds, 6 weeks Tht Best for Leu IX 2-7011 355 22nd grandchildren, 51 great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in the LDS Plain City Ward Chapel by Bishop Merrill Jenkins. Friends may call at Lindquist and S o Colonial Funeral Chapel Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. and at the ward chapel Saturday from 11 a.m. until until services. Burial will be in Plain City Cemetery. FOR BETTER VISION WEAR CONTACT LENSES All Day Wearing Time DR. PAUL K. NASFELL DR. H. MURRAY CARVER OPTOMETRISTS 2470 Wash. Blvd Dial EX 2-8633 Satisfaction Assured · · · 1. Our quick, saves you

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner08 Jul 1958, TuePage 16

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)08 Jul 1958, TuePage 16
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