Mararet Parkinson's son
Native Utahn, 73, Succumbs j •- • WOODS CROSS-~.Tohn Deppe, 73 life-long resident of Salt Lake 1,1, ion fc o«. warn*. City "and Woods Cross, day at 2:20 a.m., in' a Salt Lake hospital of a cerebral cerebral h e m o T - rhape. Hc was born in Salt Lake City Oct. 4, 1875. a son or William R. and Margaret Parkinson Parkinson Deppe. For the pa^st six years he had resided in _ Woods Cross and Mr. D«pp« was «• carrier for the Salt Lake Tribune and Telegram. He married Annie Gierisch April 23, 1906, in Salt Lake City and had been employed from 1914 to oyedfrom 1914 to 192g by thfi R6ya , Mpnt mftrkct| i ^ cit Hc thpn moved to . hc hfld workcd as a brick burner. He had operated a peach orchard near Odell, Dnvis county, and also was a poultry- man in this area for a number of Surviving are his widow; a son, Adolph J. Deppc, Woods Cross; a daughter, Mrs. Gwendolyn Casserly, Casserly, Murray; two grandchildren, and a. brother, Fred Deppe, North Salt Lake, Davis county, Funeral services will be conducted conducted Monday at 12:30 p.m. in the Union mortuary .chapel. Bountiful, Bountiful, by George J.'Wilson. Friends may call at th«; Union mortuary Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m. and Monday Monday until time of services. Burial will be in Bountiful cemetery.