Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Mary Janelt Harding Ferre Funeral services for Mrs, Mary Janctt IlrtrdlnK Ferrr, who cllixl Wndnnsduy of causes incident to OKC. wjll be conducted Saturday at 11 a. m. at ^350 East Thirteenth Thirteenth Soutii street, Mrs. Ferrft, 90, Widow of Aiva Alonzo Ferre, lived at I BOS East Thirty-third South street, at the home of Charles E. FiiTc, She waa br.rn Murch 10, 1^52, on a boivt "three weekfl out from Enfiland," wlilic her parcntu were on their way to America. Mr». Ferre lived In Provo. Gunrnson, Mldvalc ann Salt Lake City. Her husband died In 1934. She has been active In L D S church work and was married In roe Salt Lake Endowment house in 1871. Survivors Include six daughters, Mrs. Mary J. Clothier, Mrs. Haze! Bartlett, both of Los Angeles, Cal-. Mra. Lydla Cusbl.-iE, of Bountiful, Mrs. Elsie Cushman. of Rexburj?, Idaho, Mrs. Fon Kyle and Mrs, Kate Booth, both 01 Salt Lake City: three sons, Alva A. Ferre Jr., of Lea Ajipelea, Cal., Samuel R. Ferrr and .Charles E. Ferre, both of Sail Lake City; one sister, Mrs. Lydla SnlRleton of Provo; and a brother, Joseph Hardlnt: or Provo. There are 47 grandchildren grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the place of services Friday and Saturday nrior to the. rltea. BuriaJ Will be In the Provo city cemetery.