Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Mrs. Alice P. Hunter AMERICAN FORK—Mis. Alice Parker Hunter. 82. widow o( Ebenezer Hunter, dlsd of heart trouble nt the home of her dough- v ter Mrs. Roy Olson, v'hcre Monday. "• Mrs. Hunter was one of American < Pork's oldest citizens, •fha\lnB arrived here hi 1851 with her parents. William nnd Mary Ann Child 1'nrker: She wns born ?t Council Bluffs, IOWA, October 23. 1B50. only a few months prior to the trek" westward over tho plains, She wns married in 1886. Nino sons and daughters survive: Mrs. Mary Olsen, Mrs. Orln Aahton, Frank. Thom- ns nnd Walter Hunter, Mrs. G. H. Oordon and Mrs. •Clrkpatriclc, William American Fork; Oscar .Hunter, Lehl; Mrs. Alvla McDftnlel, Po- catollo. Idaho; two step-children, John Hunter nnd Mrs. Acnes Householder, American Fork; a brother, Lafo Parker, and s sister. Mra. Mary Ann Boley, both of Amerian Forte; forty-ono Grandchildren and Mrs. Hunter even ereat-orandchlliSren. Funeral services will ba conducted /cdncsdny at 2 p. m. In the American Fork . D. S. Third ward chapel.