Kenneth Binns 41st Ward
! horn July 23, f f e r son Kenneth Binns Kennel h Binns, 60, of 3073 Hawthorne, died Sunday morning af Ihe McKay Hospital Hospital of s heart atlack Mr. Binns was 1909, Fork, Utah, a son of John end Ellen Thornton Binns. On March 16, 1931, he was mar- ricd to Mabel Hug- in Salt Latce marriage Lake 51, S a l t Lake _Â° r .v was later soimeniied in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He had been a b r a k e m a n f o r t h e Union Pacific Railroad Railroad for 27 years. He was a member Ward and had been c home teacher. Surviving are his widow, two sons and two daughters, Larry K. Binns, Leiand H. Binns and Mabel Louise Binns, all of Osden; Mrs. Don (Carol) Keel, Raw! ins, Wvo.; two grandchildren, three brothers, Niles Binns, Ogdcn ; Dr. Wayne Binns, Lo^an; Dayle Binns, Murray; twc sisters, Mrs. Tom ,Edna] Yates, Pleasan'r Grove, Ulc.fi; Mrs. Dean (Irene) Evens, Lc'ni. r-uneral services will be held Wednesday Wednesday st 11 a.m. at the Myers Mortuary Chspcl in Ogden. Friends may call at the moruary Tuesday Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to services. Buiial in the Amr-rir.an Fork Cemetery, directed by the Anderson Sons Mortuary in American Fork.