Nov. 20, 1949 - Salt Lake Tribune - Sunday

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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, Sunday. November 20, 1949 A. coast »outhern At was wholesale Ann sisters, Don; Jack C. cu. for tha.0 and 21 Will Rnuia O. Sallzgiver Rom» O. Ssltjgiver. 57. 157 N. iiid W. *»4 Saturilay at S:20 p.m. of nuturul causes at 15f> Plum alley, where he -.vas atti-ndlnj; a mcetiiiK. Born May S, 1S92. In Cliarleaton, Mo.. )w WHM a son of Henry B. and Mary Marshall Saltzglver. . 11« married Alv*rd> I Kearl A«t. IS. 19»7. In BrlBham City. A member of the Church of Jems Cllrlft ol Utter-nay Saints. Mr. Saltz- j;iver was an *!<i«r in the T w e n t y- second ward. lie was chairman of Alcoholics Anony- moux Ididtown group, in which he had been active the lrt*l three years. 1^ liad been a switchman for th« Union Pacific railroad 2^ year». Surviving art five «ons. Dnve. Karl. Frank. Wayne ana Roma O. SaUzRlver Jr.: two daughter*. Mra. -Jlary Johnson and Mr». Kettle Jlolbrook: two sisters. Mrs. Mabel Decker and Mrs. Orace Hanson, all of Salt Ijike City: a brother. Kay B. Saltzglver, l.ogau: till mother, Salt Lake Mr. Salt reiver John MURRAY—John Born. 02, 4164 p.m. in a lingering Born Nov. at West wa$ a son of and Christine Bcrccn. He been ill for six years. Mr. Bfigcn attended West schools and most of hl« Murray, operated the Mile store 111 and Jack's 15 years. Ho frated the .pool hall ray a years. lie wax a of the Josus Christ ter-day Saint,-;. Francis NIel Bunker . . . Pied when automobile overturned. Crash Victims' Joint Rites Due Tuesday Funeral services for Francis Kiel Bunker, 77, Mesa, Ariz., and his daughter, Mrs. Lucille Bunker Koew, 28, 1034 S. 2nd West, killed when their automobile overturned near Marysvale, Piute county, Friday morning, will be conducted Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. in Thirtieth ward chapel, 1068 Jefferson st. Mrs. Koew died instantly when she was thrown from the automobile as it overturned. Mr. Bunker died Friday noon of injuries suffered in the accident which also took the life of Gary Marler, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale H. Marler, 2236 Texas st. Mr. Bunker was born Sept. 20, 1873, in Panguitch, Garfield county, a son of Edward and Mary McQuarrie Bunker. He spent the early part of his life in St. George, ater residing-in Bunkervi'.le, Nev., where he married Rosannah Cox Nov. 1, 1894. He married Rachel Evelyn Cox Oct. 29, 1906. From 1906 until .912 he lived in Mexico and he resided in southern Nevada from 1912 until moving to Salt Lake ity in 192-1. Mrs. Koew was born March 26, 1921, in Riverton. She was educated in Salt Lake City schools and was graduated from East high school. She was married to William H. Koew in Salt Lake LDS temple June 7, 1941. Mr. Bunker is survived by his ,vido\v; seven sons, Jay, Francis Marion and Francis Niel Bunker Jr., Mesa; Woodruff Bunker, Azusa, Cal.: Edward M. Bunker, American Fork: Franklin L. Bunk- r. Los Angeles, and Keith Bunker, ;hino Valley, Ariz.; six daughters, Urs. Mae Jedkins, Miss Rose Bunker. Mrs. Vernice B. Ray and Mrs. Leah B. Rogers, Mesa; Mrs. Reta B. Bates, Chino Valley, and Mrs. Aileen B. Hardman. Salt Lake City; 37 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Mrs, KOHW is survived by her husband; a son, Francis Gerritt Koew; two daughters. Karan and Connie Koew, Salt Lake City; her mother, and 13 brothers and sisters, sons and daughters of Mr. Bunker. City, and four grandchildren. Ceasle Nicholles Oliver Mn. Cea.«l« Nicholles Oliver, :!'>. Oa field, died Saturday at 4:05 p-m. in Salt Lake hospital . after a llngerinf illness. She was born | Oct. 20, 191T. daughter of F. K. and Mabel A. Nlch- Ollej. She was njarrted to Frank Oliver five ; years ago In Salt j Lake City. Surviving »r« her ; husband, father. Salt •, Lake City, and brother, Frank i Nichollcs, Salt Lake City. .Mr.. Oliver Delawn Scott Dawes Delawn Scott Dawes. one-day-old Bon if Curtis M. and lla Jean Peterson Dawes. SOS Pacific ave.. riled in""& Salt Lake hospital Friday at 10:30 p.m. Me was born Nov. IT, 1949, in Salt LaKe City. K Sl'p'pl'e. Garfield. Graveside services will be cond".cted Monday at 2 p.m. In Salt Lake City cemetery. Friends may call Monday at the family residence, S5S Pacific ave. (440 S ml 1 S. st.) Stcllios Theoharis Funeral services for Stelllos Theoharis, 72, 240 W. south Temple, \vlio died Thursday of a heart ailment, will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the Grrek Orthodox church Hoiy Trinity. 3rd South and 2nd West, by Rev. Antonio* Kalogeropoiilos. Burial will be in the Alt- Olivet cemt- tery. Mr. Theoharis Is survived by two brothers. Andrew and Qua Theoharis, Salt Lake City. Friends may call at 36 E. 7th South Sunday and Monday. Robert Stephen King Funeral services for Robert Htephen Kins, one-rlay-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. King, 3537-2:<rd Kast. \vllo died Thursday, will be conducted Monday at 1 p.m. .11 36 E. 7th South. Lesley Goates. bishop. East Klllcreek ward. Church of Jesus Christ of Lstter- day Snints. will officiate. Burial will b« in the Wasatch Lawn Memorial park. Friends may call at the place of funeral Sunday and Monday. Florence J. Heitzman Funeral services fnr Mrs. Florence Josephine Heltzman, Oakland. Cal.. a former resident of Salt Lake City, were conducted Friday at 1:30 p.m. In Clarence N. Cooper mortuary. Oakland, Mrs. lleitzman, the widow of tbt late Prank Ileitiman. formerly of Salt Lake City, died Wednesday In Oakland. Burial will he in Evergreen cemetery. Oakland. Heury John Goodsell Funeral services for Henry John fiood- sell. H7. 405 N. 1st Weal, who died Friday, will be conducted Monday lit 3 p.m. at :;ti K. 7th South with L. L. llyers officiating. Frlenila may call at 36 B. 7lh South Sunday and Monday. K?n. Murray; Stokes. .Mrs. Stewart, and Anttelex; Lottie Olson, WOODSIDK. j »ervU«s lor will be chapel. Price. reterson of v.-ard. Church Saints. Mr. Peterson of causes April 38, county, a sou muasfn employo . of western Survivor* Peterson, Castlegate. Versey. Anderson. Columbia. Cal. Denver, Colo., Venuil. Burial will (ery. Laurilz MORONI, services and burial * former conducted Mr. and Caroline pioneer settleM Survivic are tensen of Chrlstenaen Mm. Vivian Cisco. John PAKK John S. died Thursday conducted and Koulgcr Reynolds W. Benevolent Elks. No. 71!). Friends may tuary Monday will be in Aultorest OGDEN— H. .lenscn, Thursday in hospital, will 1 p.m. in with Thomas of the Third Friends Sunday from until the Ogden city Lola TRBMONTON. Funeral Pierce. 65, Soil Lake conducted motiton Second Jesus Christ Ford Burial will Thomas Rites Set Tuesday Funeral services for Rachel Elizabeth Young Thomas, 42, 2449 E. 33rd South, who died at her j home Friday of a heart ailment, will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m. at 36 E. 7th South. Mrs. Thomas, a member ol the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- KUKKKA T. MorKiiii. 73. died Thursday, at '2. p.m. In lodge members. Friends may Sunday prior the. Goshen direction of the

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