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Ogden Idaho, while the Utah manufacturer manufacturer had a price and freight which permitted them to ship through Poeatello to Butte, Mont., at a lower price than he could. 30 was. ready of posture, and Mrs, Anna Constance Belnap, wife of Hyrum Belnap, died at p. rn., Friday, at the family 904 Twenty-first street, after a illness. Mrs. Belnap was born in i Stockholm, Sweden,, Dec. 7, 1869, | daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Biuth. She joined the L. D. S. church In her native land in 1877 and came to Utah the same She married Mr. Belnap-, who is president of the Ogden Stake high priests' quorum, on Fete-. 7, 1888, they lived in Grantsville and moving here. gas] i addition to her husband, seven ns and daughters survive: Dr. H. dis-;Earl Bel-nap, Montello, Nev.; immediately law, Camp Arias G. Belnap. Volney B., Delia A., Gladys and Byron Belnap, Ogden; Mrs. Jewel B. Purnias, Heber City; two brothers and one sister, John V: Bl-uth, Toronto, Canada. head .of the L. D. B. mission; J. Bluth and Mrs. Thomas Shreve, Ogden. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday in the Twentieth ward chapel. Interment will be-, in Ogden City cemetery, under direction direction of Lindquist Sons. Friends may call at the home Sunday afternoon and evening and hOUr

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 23 May 1931, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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