Burch Creek Student Dies are serviceable help in and was BONNIE B. JONES Bonnie Blanche Jones; 10, daughter daughter of James M. arid Bertha Bingham Jones, 3667 Washington avenue, died Sunday in a local hospital, following an -illness of two weeks. She was born in Ogden, January 10, 1925, and was a pupil of the Burch Creek school. She was also member of the L. D. S. First Sunday school. She is survived by her parents, five brothers and sisters, Earl, La- Vcrne, Jimmie, Â· Darrel and Joyce Jones, all of Burch Creek and grandparents, J. H. Jones and Lorenzo Bingham, both of Ogden. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at three o'clock in the L, D. Sixteenth (West Ogden) ward chapel, with Bishop John E. of the First ward conducting. Friends may call at the family residence this afternoon and evening evening and Tuesday until two-thirty o'clock, when the body, will be to the chapel. The casket will be open for a few minutes preceding the services. Interment will be mad'? in City cemetery under direction of Lindquist Sons.