William Blood

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finest in of donate the the animals at saddle and will than two"day be KAYSVILLE, Aug. Hooper Blood, 79, patriarch of the _,. D. S. church, died Sunday at jight-thirty p. m. at his family residence in Kaysville, Davis coun- y, following a short illness. Mr. Blood was born in Kaysville, Dec. 3, 1864, the son of William and Jane Wilkie Blood. He had ived his entire life in Davis county, where he has engaged in farming and fruit growing. He was a member of the Kaysville L, D. S. Second ward and was a high priest jn the North Davis stake. He ful- illed an L. D. S. mission in the outhern states from 1886 to 1888. He acted as a high councilman in he North Davis stake from 1925 o 1931, 'after.which he was made a patriarch. He married Mary Eunice Robbins n the L. D. S. Logan temple, May 28, 1890. A golden wedding anniversary was held in Kaysville May 28 1940 He was the eldest brother of' the late Gov. Henry H. Blood, le had long been active in civic and religious affairs in Davis county. Survivors include his widow, of Kaysville, the following sons and daughters: Orin R. and Lyman R. 31ood, Kaysville; Donald R. Blood, 3gden; Mrs. Leone B. Hodson and Mrs. Elizabeth B. Morgan, Layton; Mrs Marita B. Christofferson, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Inez B. Bowman, South Weber, and Mrs. Mary B. Reed of Kaysville; 18 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Brothers and sisters are:,Dr. Wilkie H. Blood. Heber C. Blood, Lawrence C. Blood, Salt Lake City; Ernest C. Blood, Kaysville; Mrs. Mary B. Linford, Logan; Mrs. Jane B. Underwood, Kaysville; Mrs. Margaret B. Flint, Layton; Mrs. Ivy B. Hill, Drummond, Mont.; Mrs. Jeanette C. Mansell, Pendleton, Ore.; Mrs. Ellen C. Smith, Clearfield; Mrs. Pearl C. Barney, Roy; Mrs. Myrtle C. Cottrell and Mrs. Donetta C. Burningham, Kaysville. One grandson, Wendell B. Hodson, was killed in action while serving with the U. S. marines on Saipan. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at two p. m. in the Kaysville L. D. S. tabernacle, Bishop William E. Gailey of the Kaysville Second ward officiating. Interment will be in the Kaysville- Layton memorial cemetery, under direction of the mortuary at 3408 Washington, Ogden. L. D. S. Patriarch Dies Family Home in Kaysville J - ' ' ' ' ' William H. Blood Mild Study Club Notes Birthday EYANSTON, Wyo., Aug. 14--The thirteenth anniversary of the Child Study club of Evanston was ob- served'at the meeting of the Saturday afternoon, when club members entertained guests. . The program, under the direction of Mrs. J. R. Smith, was presented by past presidents of the organization. Mrs. David Maggard and Mrs. Delbert Smedley gave history of the club and its activities since its organization, and tribute was paid to past presidents and absent members. An entertaining one-act play entitled, "The Meeting Will Come to Order," was a feature of the program, with Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Harry O'Connor, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Max Houtz, A. D. Murray and Mrs. J. R. included in the caste of characters. Special music included two

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 14 Aug 1944, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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