Obituary of Dulcie Newcomb Saxton Wright (1885-1969)
until a then the and was a Tex.; be i n g Funeral l d , died several Duleie Wright Dulcle Newcomb Saxton Wright, 84, of 442 South Sixth, died Saturday night in Banndck. Memorial hospital after an illness. illness. She was born Dec. 5, 1885 at Salt Lake City, to Simeon Sarah K. Mellvish Saxton, and lived there unlil she was six years old, when the family moved to Rigby. On August 15. 1904 she was married to Alfred Edward Wright at Rudy. The marriage was solemnized In the Salt Temple April 17, 1906. They made their home in Pocatello, and Mr. Wright preceded preceded her in death on December 22, 1962. Mrs. Wright enjoyed doing handiwork, especially crocheting. Survivors include a son, Ber- Us Edward Wright, Burley; daughters: Mrs. George (Ruth) Huth and Mrs. Olive Wright, of Pocatello; Mrs. Charles (Grace) Whitworth, S o d a Springs, and Mrs. Tom (Lois) Gallager; two sisters: Norma. Richardson, Long Beach, Calif,; Olive Brown, Pocatello; 9 grandchildren, 13 g r e a t - g r a dren. One daughter and four brothers preceded her in death. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at ll a.m., in the ManningFuneralchapel with Bishop Arthur N. Nielsen, Jr., LDS Second ward, officiating. Interment will bo in the Rigby cemetery. The family will receive receive friends Monday from 1 until 8:30 p.m. at the Manning Chapel.