Louesa Free Rock
Rock Funeral Services Planned Today Riles for Sister Conducted By L. D. S. Ward Judge Oscar W. McConkie will peak at funeral services for Mrs. .ouisa Free Rock, 78. Sunday at :30 p. m. in the Wells' L. D. S. vard chapel at 1990 Fifth Enst treet Mrs. Rock died at her home at :30 p. m. Wednesday, just five .ours later than her sister, Mrs. ""ranees Free Quayle, 7*, for whom ervices were conducted Saturday. la addition, to Judge McConkie, A. E. Bowen and Ruhm S. Wella, a nephew, will apeak at Mrs. Rock'e services. Bishop J. F. Sheffield of he Wells ward will officiate. Friends may call at the family residence, 376 East Twenty-first South street, Sunday prior to the ervices. Burial will be in City emctery. Rites for Mrs. Quayle were con- lucted Saturday at 2 p. m. at 36 3ast Seventh South street by Bishop Harold F. Stewart of the efferson L. D. S. ward. Mrs. Quayle vas buried in the City cemetery. Both Mrs. Rock and Mra. Quayle svere born. in. Salt Lake City and d lived here all their lives. They vere daughters of Absalom and Annie Hicks Free, early Utah pioneers. Mrs. Rock was prominent in activities of the L. D. S. Relief society, Daughters of the Handcart Pioneers and Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She is survived by her lusband, Jacob N. - Rock, 84, high priest in the Wells ward, and several children. The sisters died on the 14-lst anniversary of their father's 'birth.