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Become the of era if has its The the King. to won." the a of vice is beginning which TD-JtfUf* '-CTHBY IRlitl dill! (Continued Stem Page One.} 1910. On December 2!^ 192S, sjre married. Edwin StoKea at SaM Uaie City and they had two . children', daughter. Gene, aged 5, and a son, aged 3, both of -whom, togeth- , er with her parents, with whom children reside, survive. Two brothers brothers and a sister,. Carf, Fattl and Anna TeHord, and -grandparente, Mr. and Mrs. Wto, R. Telford, of Ogden, also survive. The dead woman filed Â»mt for divorce -on grounds of cruelty and the late to James- N. KimbaB denied- the divorce. At that time Stokes contended the marriage should have been annulled as both were, under age when the ceremony was performed, he being 20 and she IT. Later she- again -sued for divorce which was granted to her on- October October 25, 1S29. on grounds of cruelty and faitoe to provide. SERVICES IBUKSDAY, Services wM be held for Eoniee Telford Stokes on Thursday afternoon afternoon and and the a at few o'clock to t*e A4\S\JÂ±1. **J W I T - -- - -City -City chapel -with Bishop George A- Palmer presiding. Friends may cam at the- Lindjuist SOBS* mortuary this evening from six until nine o'clock and then at the home at the aarents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B Telford, at Plato City, on Wednesday, Wednesday, end also. Thursday until of services. Interment wBJ be made in the West Weber cemetery. Carl Shipley was born at Brver- daie on July 22, 1310, sf 1 * was the son of Moroni and Adella Bingham Bingham Shipley- Besides his parents he is survived by. the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Boy Watson, American ^^^v^tf^W E Barker, Ogden; Bert L. Shipley, Shipley, Hazel Shipleyjmd Shipley, all of Biverdale. ,, and husband comment the been finished starring farewell intimate the have a public A coronert Jury George- Fife, A. K. Hictaan joto Banford, all of Roy, to an inquest owr the-body of Eunice Telford Stokes, in Judge Barlpw's court, today rendered verdict that she came to her death by a bullet wound in the ngnt breast feloniously- inflicted by Carl Shipley of Riverdale September 19 1932, in the Riverdale district. Only two witnesses were -6 "ined in the investigation, A. he C., a 11 the of but producers, Lot Roy give of Jewel one use Cars company o= Finance cor- men for day. M ilAC^J. Â·"Â·* Â«*Â·*- Â· Â· - " " . * _ " Â· -e J Harnraon, Weber county sheriff, and Ira S. BasseH, art automobile dealer at 461 Twenty-fifth, .street. _ Tha sheriff said he was advised Monday afternoon that the woman was dead in Biverdale immediately east of the main highway at a where the road connects with the- paved road leading to. Boy. He ifaat he toad a talk with- Mrs. Montgomery of Riverdale and that die told him that Cart Shipley, lad been working on the Montgomery Montgomery farm, came- to- her home early Monday morning and told'her he iad shot a woman a short distance 'torn the Montgomery home. She said that Shipley said he shot the woman while they were seated, to an automobile, had taken the body out of the car, removed the shoes and covered the laee with, Ms He also told Mrs. Montgomery thai [ie remained to the .ear all night following the shooting which he said was at about ten-o'clock p Sunday nighi. Â·TO MAKE AREEST The sheriff testified- that he anc Depaty -Sheriffs Karl Thompson and Lee Clausse went to the Shipley home in. Biverdale to apprehenc and question, young Shipley about ;he affair. A number of people picking peaches and as the officers approached, Shipley was seen sitting sitting at the -base of a peach tree. He fled, from the officers and ran, along a row of trees. The officers heard the' report of a pistol shot and rttshing- to the point -where they last saw- Shipley, found him on the ground with a bullet hole- his head, the shot having entered the ear. Sfclpley was taken to- the Dee hospital where he died a. Jew ^^cSrW^BENTEO Mr. RusseE told of Mr. Shiptey! coming to his place of business Sunday morning and hiring- a car.. car had not been returned Monday morning,, be said,, and he began making investigations, finally .being advised by Shipley's father that^the car was oa the MB east of the highway in. Riverdale. E6e went .to the place and found tbe car. Be said that'near the -car he- discovered- woman who had been. shot in breast and was dÂ«a He ateo said- that Moroni Shipley, father of Carl, toM him that MS son admitted having- -shot the woman, and asked to advise the sheriff. Mn Kussefl said the elder Shipley requested to tell the sheriff to. be- careful making, am. arrest tfc the .younger Shipley was armed and WAS in a desperate condition. He told Me. Russell that he thought the yoang man had gone crazy. The father also -told Mr.. Russell that Ms came home at about fiine. o'clock Monday moaning. After deliberating 1 a short time the jurors requested; that Mrs. Montgomery be called before them to'teH- what she heard' Carl Shipley say about the shooting, but Judge Barlow and L,.A* Wacte, assistant county attorney, who conducted the investigation, 3Jd not thinfe ft. was necessary. They were advised that Mrs.. Montgomery had suffered a severe nervoos shack by reason the Sacident.