Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, BARTIE PIERCE Wednesday Rites for Provo Man Bartie Pierce, 69, Provo, died Sunday at Utah Valley Hospital of natural causes. Born May 1, 1901 in Provo, the son of Major and Jennie Brown Pierce, he married Lela Black, Dec. 21, 1946 in Provo. He received his education in Provo City Schools and he worked for the Bonnet Coal Co. in Provo for 35 years. He retired from there when they discontinued discontinued the company. He also helped his father with a fruit farm in Pleasant View. His hobbies included fishing and hunting. Survivors include his wife of Provo; sons and daughters, Dallas Bartie Pierce, Lawn Dale, Calif., Thelma Banas, El Segundo, Calif., LaWana Larner, Larner, Palos Verdes Hills, Calif., and the following stepchildren: Mrs. Zee (Vearl) Hunter, Logan; Mrs. Kenneth (Eva) Kiggins, Ft. Apache, Ariz., Mrs. Jack (Norma) Fausett, Orem; Mrs. Alfred (LaVern) Sidwell, Provo; Bud Hutchings, Provo; Mrs. Oral (Stella) Eskelson, Granger; Mrs. Larry (Faye) Morton, Provo; Mrs. Gary (Dorene) Grosebech, Orem; 7 grandchildren; 7 great- grandchildren; four brothers and two sisters, Reed Pierce, Camarillo, Calif., Jack Pierce, Provo; Max Pierce, Pleasant Grove; Larry Pierce, West Mountain; Mrs. Merlin (Edna) Hatch, Sweetwater, Ore., Mrs. Roy (Bessie) Hauch, San Diego, Calif. Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Berg Mortuary Mortuary Chapel in Provo. Bishop Gene Faulk of the River Grove Second Ward will be conducting. Friends may call Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the mortuary and Wednesday prior to services at the chapel. Burial will be in Provo City Cemetery.