Lester's sister "Flossie" (Florence) Sparks Obit.
. Florence M. Sparks Former Provoan Dies In Ogden OGDEN — Florence McEwan Sparks, 61, a former Provo res- dent, died Monday in an Ogden o a pitel of ameer. She was born far. 11, 1905, i Provo, the augfa t e r of ohn H. and VelMe Fleming VIoEwan. She was married o Sherman S parks, Sept. Mrs. Sparks 25, 1925, in Provo. He died in 063. She was a member of the iDS Church. Mrs. Sparks worked for several several years in the Cinderella Shop in Provo prior to moving o Ogden where she was sales lady for the Vagabond and Bon Mardhe. At tine time of her leath she was buyer and manager manager of Fred M. Nuy's Campus Shop in Ogden. She was a member of the Justness and Professional Women's Women's Club. Survivors Include her daugh- er, Mrs. Darwin W. (Sandra) Richards of Ogden; three grand- dhildren; brothers and sisters, J. Leon MoEwan, Ogden; Wilm Wilm C. McEwan, Boulder City, Nev.; Milton F. MoEwan, Colon, Colon, Calif.; Lester E. MoEwan, Urs. Frank J. (Bessie) Ward, Mrs. Heber S. (Stela) Ruper, and Mrs. Lenn (Louise) Single- xm, a! of Provo and Mrs. E. (Myrtle) Jensen of Salt Lake aty. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn of Ogden. Friends may call at he mortuary tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday until services. Burial wall be in City Cemetery. the Piwo