Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Sarah Spackman Hodges PRESTON, Ida.—Mrs. Sarah Spackman Spackman Hodges, 67, died at a hospital here Tuesday following a lingering Illness. Sae was born at Richmond, Cache county, Utah June 29, 1881, a daughter of Edwin and Rose Ann Spackman. She was married to George Hodges Jan. 2, 1901, In the Logan temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. survivlnR are her husband; aeven eons ana daughters: Edwin, Elmer and Cecil and Mrs. Belva Thomas, Preston; Mrs. Gladys Coooes, Thatcher. Ida.; Mrs. Linda Holt, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Valeta Hobhs, Paul, Ida., IS grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters: Mrs. Lottie Johnson and Alma Spackman, Kichmontl; Mrs. Alice Leavltt, Welser, Ida.: Ted Spackman, Salt L&ke City; Alt Spackman, San Francisco, Gal,- Brigham Spackman Trenton, Cache county, Utah, and Hyrum Spackraan, Preston. Funeral services will be Saturday at 1 n.m. In the Preston Sixth ward chapel by Lyman Purser, bishop. Friends may j~-.i ut the family home Bth South and 3rd West -Friday evening and Saturd to services. Burial will be In the cemetery by Webb-Hendrlcks mortuary.