Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Mr. to golf has. public Bundy was park, pubic po- the department. that golf it "If let- de- the and Services To Be Wednesday At Noon In HeneÂ£er Ward Mrs. Hannah Sophia Lythgoe, 7Q years, died at -six o'clock Sunday evening at the home in. after an illness of two weeks. .ythgoe was born in Norway 21, 1861, the daughter of Neils, Anna Borsen Petersem. She came to Utah 6S years ago and to Henefer 40 years ago. She is survived' by her husband, James Lythgoe, the following sons-and daughters: Mrs. Edward J. Lythgoe, Ogden; Hyrum Johnson, Ogden; Epbraim Johnson, and Joseph Johnson, Henefer; Mrs. Wallace White, Ogden; Neils Lythgoe, and " Mrs, Veletta Jewfcs, Henef er; Otto Lythgoe Mrs. Loren Spendlove, Morgan, and Mrs. George Robinson, Salt Late City; twenty-one grand children eight great-grandchildren; one brother, Otto Peterson, Salt Lake, and one sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds,. Vernal, Utah. Mrs. Lythgoe was an active member of the S. Church. Services will be held Wednesday twelve o'clock noon, in the Henefer ward chapel with Bishop Parley Stephens presiding. Friends may call at the home Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday until eleven o'clock. made toe Interment will be Henef er ,,iÂ»Â« ^ Â«Â« Â«Â«,Â« Flowers left at Larkin and until eight o'clock Wednesday - ing will be taken to the home.