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page 4-fHE HERALD, Provo, Utah Wednesday,July28,1971 Obituaries DR. LARS PETERSON Peterson Funeral Saturday SPANISH FORK - Funeral services for Dr. Lars W. Peterson, 59, who died Tuesday in the Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Spanish Fork Stake Center. Friends may call Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in the Spanish Fork Cemetery. Dr. Peterson was born Oct. 12, 1911, in Boulder, a son of James W. and Amanda Haws Peterson. He received his education in the Boulder, Richfield and Logan schools, after which he attended LDS Business College and the University of Utah. He later was graduated from the University of Southern California Dental School. He filled an LDS mission to Texas from 1932 to 1934. He married Lela Bixby on March 16, 1938, and they were later divorced. He then married Helen Bateman July 18, 1952, in Evanston, Wyo. Dr. Peterson practiced dentistry in Lancaster, Calif.; Provo, Panguitch and then moved to Spanish Fork in 1954 where he had since resided. Active in the LDS Church, he 'was Ward Teacher Development director in the Spanish Fork Stake at the time of his death. He served as first counselor in the High Priests Quorum, on the Adult Aaronic Stake committee, was teacher in the Sunday School and also in the super intendency. He worked for many years with Boy Scouts in the Palmyra District as a first aid and gun safety instructor and received the Boy Scout Second Mile Award recently. During World War II Dr. Peterson enlisted in the Army, and again in 1955 where he held the rank of Captain. He was a member of the Utah Historical Society and was in the process of writing a book on the history of the Boulder area. Dr. Peterson was also a member of the National Historical Society. Survivors include his widow, Spanish Fork; one son and three daughters, Mrs. Lajos (Lela, Patricia) Luby, Brazil; Mrs. Sylvia Marie Saidi, Pasadena, Calif.; Kathleen Rae Bateman, Spanish Fork; Dr. Lynn Lament Spanish Fork Woman Dies In Hospital SPANISH FORK - Alta Christine Lafsen Johnson McKelvey, 74, Spanish Fork, died Tuesday in the Payson City Hospital of complications following surgery. She was born June 24, 1897, in Mapleton, a daughter of James P. and Mary C. Anderson Larsen. She married Gilbert Y. Johnson on Nov. 18,1914, in the Salt Lake Temple and he died CARL GEORGE ROWLEY Carl Rowley Dies at 62 Carl George Rowley, 62, died at his home in Orem at 8 p.m. of apparently self-inflicted , ALTAJ. McKELVEY Oct. 17,1960. She married Jacob McKelvey on May 3,1965, and he died in March, 1966. For 21 years Mrs. McKelvey had worked as a licensed practical nurse in the Spanish Fork and Payson City Hospitals. She was a Gold Star Mother. Active in the LDS Church, Mrs. McKelvey taught theology lessons in the Relief Society for many years, was first counselor in the YWMIA for five years and president of the Fourth Ward YWMIA for five years. She had also taught in the MIA, was a member of the ward choir and a member of the Singing Mothers. Mrs. McKelvey served in the Manti Temple as a worker for 4Ms years. Survivors include five sons, Arnole G., Norris and Wayne Johnson, all of Spanish Fork; William and Floyd Johnson, Salt Lake City; 21 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; one brother and six sisters, Clara Perry, Mapleton; Mrs. Lester (Ina) Otteson, Springville; Mrs. Gilbert (Alberta) Dedrickson, Spanish Fork; Mrs. Roy (Ivie) Mitchell and Mrs. Harold (Thelma) Nourse, Salt Lake City; . Reed Larsen, New Mexico. Funeral services will be held Friday at noon in the Spanish Fork Fourth Ward Chapel with Bishop Fran C. Argyle officiating. Friends may call at the Walker Mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 pjn. and Friday prior to services. Burial will be in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery. David Andrezzi Dies in Price PRICE—Funeral services for David Lee Andrezzi, 32, Price, who died Sunday in Glen Rock, an .. gunshot wound following three years of declining health. He lived at 699 E. 6th N. in Orem. He was bom May 25,1909, in Pacheco, Mexico, a son of Joseph Hyrum and Alice Bee Croft Rowley. He moved with his family to Provo Bench at the age of five and attended Spencer and Lincoln High Schools in Orem. Following World War I, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and served for four years in Central America, Philippines, Guam, etc. He married Leah Pyne on Jan. 3,1934, in the Salt Lake Temple. They made their home at 898 S. State in Orem until six months ago when they moved into a new home. He was a master builder, was a building superintendent for many of the building contractors in this area. He was a superintendent for the building of dams and bridges in the Northwest. Mr. Rowley was also superintendent for Orem High School, Provo J. C. Penny Co. and additions to the Utah Valley Hospital. Active in the LDS Church, he was a High Priest in the Orem 26th Ward. He served in many positions, including president of the Elders Quorum, superintendent of the Sunday School, home teacher . and a regular and dedicated temple worker. Mr. Rowley was a member of the Carpenters Union, Local 1498, AFL-CIO, and served as the president, director and secretary. His hobbies were gardening, travel and creative building. Survivors his widow, Orem; three sons and one daughter, Carl M. Rowley, Gene M. Rowley, Mrs. Ray W. (Kleah) Nelson, of Orem; Neil W. Rowley, Provo; 12 grandchildren; three brothers and one sister, Joseph H. Rowley and Mrs. Harold (Vida) Peterson, both of Orem; John E. Rowley, Provo; Burl M. Rowley, San Leandro, Calif. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Orem 20th Ward Chapel, SCO S. 1st W., Orem. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Orem, 500 N. State, Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the chapel Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in the Orem City Cemetery. of the the did H. in

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  2. 28 Jul 1971, Wed,
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