Alton R Snow
Springville Dairyman Dies in S. L. — Alton Roswell Snow, 62, well known Springville dairyman died Sat- urdoy night at the LDS H o s pdtal in Salt Lake City, f o 1 lowing a long illness. He was born Mar. 14, 1904, in Provo, a aon of Roswell and Mary Mr. Snow Ate Halladay fnow. H« married Julina (Julia) Harris on Apr. 23, 1988 in Farm- '' He wtts a member/of the LDS Church and was president of (he Srtow Dairy and Town Pride dairy. He was a member of the Sprlflgville Chamber of Commerce and was an adrent sportsman,' loving hunting, fishing and horseback riding. Surviving are his widow of flpriingville, two sons and three daughters, Boyd A. and Robert D. ; Snow, Mrs. Nadden Hales Mrs. LaMar (Delia) Graves •nd Mrs. Terry (Marilyn) Far ney; 17 grandchildren, one brother and three sisters; Mrs A. L. (Delva) Johnson; Ear! Snow of Salt Lake City; and Mri. W. L. (Lucille) Mann o Semi, Calif., and Mrs. H. K .(Reva) Newton of Provo. The funeral will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Sfrringvilk r First-Twelfth LDS Ward Chapel with Bishop Don Watts of the Twelfth Ward of ftoiating. Friends may cai at 'the Wheeler Mortuary, 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday or Wednesday prior to services. Burial will be in tie Provo City Cemetery.