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MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1938 HYRUM BELNAP SERVICES SET FOR WEDNESDAY ^Business, Civic, and Church I Authority Succumbs At Age Eighty Funeral services lor Hyrum Belnap, Belnap, pioneer civic leader and prom- ent churchman, who died Sunday at the age of 80 in a local hospital after 10 days' illness, will be held Wednesday at two p. m. in the L. D. S. Fourth ward chapel, conducted conducted by Bishop Edward T. Saunders. Saunders. Friends may call Tuesday afternoon afternoon and evening and Wednesday P until one p; m. at the family residence, residence, 2149 Madison. Burial will be in Ogden city cemetery under the direction of Larkin Sons. President David O. McKay will be the principal speaker at the services. services. From Johnson's Army Mr. Belnap was born in Ogden, March 24, 1858, to Gilbert and Adaline Adaline Knight Belnap. His father was a pioneer of 1850 and was the first marshal of Weber county. When four weeks old his parents parents moved to southern Utah when tf Johnston's army threatened invasion invasion of the territory. Mr. Belnap received his education in the Ogden public schools, University of Deseret Deseret and International School of Law. , Numerous Activities Mr. Belnap served in numerous civic positions. He was one of the organizers of the Ogden chamber of commerce and served as its president, was secretary of the Weber Dramatic society, officer oi the Ogden City Betterment league, Weber county assessor and collector collector from 1S83 to 1889 and deputy sheriff for several years. In business business he was a real estate prompter prompter and an employe of the David Eccles Lumber Co. Later he was manager of the Utah Oregon Lumber Co., owner of the Hyruir Belnap Lumber Co., and the Preston Lumber Co. of Preston Idaho. fn the L. D. S. church he had served in the Fourth ward bishopri and Ogden stake high council, a president of the stake high pries quorum, worked in genealogical and temple affairs, and served two missions in the southern states. Six of his children have served in the § mission field. w Father of Judge Mr. Belnap was married to Christiana Rasmussen and Anna G. Bluth. Both wives and three children, Laura, Eva Laverne and Royal J., preceded him in death. The following children survive: Miss Flora Belnap, Marion B. Kerr wife of Prof. Walter A. Kerr of the University of Utah; Olive B Jensen, wife of Dr. Conrad H. - Jenson; Ogden City Judge Hyrum | A. Belnap, Dr. H. Earl Belnap of Reno, head of the maternal and child welfare department of the state of Nevada; Bishop Arias G. Belnap, Weber county, treasurer; Volney B. Belnap, manager of the Associated Building Supply;. Mrs. Jewel B. Furniss, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Delia A. Belnap, Mrs. Gladys Carwin and Byron K. Belnap. Nineteen Nineteen grandchildren, one brother, Augustus W. Belnap, of Salem, Idaho, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Lowe, of Franklin, Idaho, also survive. survive. ·Succumb* HYRUM Long Career Closed ONE DEAD jn company in be the o the BOISE, Sept. 19-(AP)-Coroner J. T. McCann said today he would hold no inquest into the accident Sunday in which Emma Loveland, 23, of Boise drowned after two companions' swam to safety. McCann said the woman drowned drowned when her car plunged into_the Boise river. Her brother, Ellsworth Ellsworth Loveland, 21, and James D. Beebe, 18, of Boise, escaped from the submerged car. The woman body was recovered when the car was pulled from the stream, six hours after the accident. G. 0. P. Prepares For Fall Drive LiiC writers is SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 19--- 19--- State and congressional can -- didates of the Republican party and members of executive and advisory advisory committees of the state and county and their wives held an informal conference here Saturday. David J. Wilson of Ogden, state chairman, announced plans for the fall campaign and preparations for the Sept. 24 platform convention, The tree most frequently struck by lightning is the oak. HERE'S WHAT IT CAN

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 19 Sep 1938, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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