30 January 1936

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30 January 1936 - is drawing up an ordinance which will provide...
is drawing up an ordinance which will provide for payment by the persons who refuse to sign up now but who later desire to join onto the sewer. The cost to property owners will be nominal, only about 50 cents a front foot, or an average of $35 for each abutting property owner. On corner lots, certain reductions reductions will be made. SERVICES FOR ROSWELL FERRE Ramsey and Mrs. Emma Egilson; vocal solos. "I Come to Thee,' 'and "Holy Hour," Murray Roberts. Mrs. Zenith Johnson was at the piano. ' * The speakers were Don W. Conover, Conover, Charles Taylor and Bishop Facer, and J. Elmer Jacobsen closed closed with prayer. Interment was in :he Provo city cemetery, where :he grave was dedicated by Albert Mabey. There were many beautiful floral floral offerings. Funeral services for Roswell Ferre were held in the Fifth -ward chapel Tuesday afternoon, and were largely attended by family members and friends: Bishop W. O. Facer presided and the opening prayer was offered offered by Ralph S. Winterton, a beautiful program of music was furnished, as follows: Vocal duets, "Supplication" and "Some Sweet .Day, Bye and Bye," Mrs. Sarah HAVE CUSTOM Practically MAKE YOUR WE HANG

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 30 Jan 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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  • 30 January 1936

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