Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
, ^^j ^ Parkinson, Max Finn, Dwayne Chesser, Wayne Welsh, Wilford Thompson, Thompson, Bud Jonah, Elmo Longstroth, William Robertson, Everett Ro-bertibeinc: of the son and Stanley Stowberg; completed other few of Isadora B e 1 nap Stoddard Succumbs At Age of Seventy Isadora Belnap Stoddard, 70, of John F. Stoddard, died at 7 today at the family home in Mrs. Stoddard was born in failure on on divorce asks ac- etc.. ivirs. OIUUI.UUU wa.b uuiii iii j. min.Lj.ib- ton on October 31, 1860, and came Omaha North with her parents. Gilbert and Henrietta McBride Belnap, to Hooper in 1869. Surviving are the husband and the following, sons and daugh- ters: Charles A. Stoddard, Myton; Walter P. Stoddard, Leota, Utah; Mrs. Arnold Christenson, Salt Lake City; Mrs. L. H. Wadswonh, York City; Mrs. Ales Patterson, Ogden: C. Lee Stoddard, West Stod: Stod: dard and Earl Stoddard of Brothers and sisters are William and Francis M. Belnap of Hooper; Hyrum Belnap of Ogden; Augustus Belnap of Salem, Idaho; Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Joseph Lowe of Franklin, Idaho. Mrs. Stoddard active in the work of the L. D. t - w i . . , ^. -*. v ~~ -._.,,, x,Un,nn-rar4 rt ~nnt Relief society. M The boot' was removed to the mortuary of Lindquist Sons will be taken to the home of O. Stoddard in Hooper Sunday evening, at which time friends may call. Details of sendees will be announced later.