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23. Sunset, Feb. Rallison, OBITUARIES Junius H. Kershaw Junius Harold Kershsw, 73, of 454 34th, died Tuesday morning at the McKay Hospital Hospital of leukemia. Mr. Kershaw was born Oct. 31, 1897, in Porterville, Utah, s son of George J. and Mary Ellen Deardon Kershaw. On Jan. 20, 1928, he was, nwried to Evelyn May Craycrott in Brigham City. He had l i v e d in Porterville, Albuquerque, Albuquerque, N.M., and came to Ogden in 1927. He was a railway mail clerk, retiring in 1964 after 47 years of service. During World War I he served in the Army. He was a members and home teacher in the 27th LDS Ward, member of Retired Postal Clerks Association, American Legion, Baker Merrill Post No. 9, and Veterans of Worlct War I, Barracks 1011. He was a former member of Knights of Pythias. Surviving are his widow of Ogden, two sons, Mej. Junius H. Kershaw, Beale Air Force Base, Calif.; George Fred Kershaw, Washington, Terrace; eight grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one sister, Mrs. Ann Marie Case, Kanesville. Funeral services will be heltt Friday at II a.m. in Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Arlyn D. Smedley o f the 27th Ward officiating. 1nn Friends-may call a t - t h e mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday until services. Burial in Washington Heights Memorial Memorial Park with military hone 1 accorded by Veterans of World War I, Barracks 1011.