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 - Byron N. Oviatt DRAGERTON. Carbon...
Byron N. Oviatt DRAGERTON. Carbon County—Funeral services for Byron N. Oviatt, 60, who suffered fatal chest injuries March 24, when his PICKUP trunk went out of control control and crashed thret- miles east of Price on U. S. highway 50-6 will be conducted conducted Saturday at I p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ! chapel here. He was born March 14. 1891, at Cleveland. Cleveland. Emery county, son o£ Henry Herman , Oviatt Jr. and Annie Catherine Madsen j Oviatt. He was a retired coal mine black. black. smith and rancher and a member of the Dragcrton LDS \vard, I Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Irene i Day Oviatt. Dragcrton: four sons, Dr lAUon Tyron Oviatt. Montana State uni- (versity. Bozeman, Mont.: Loren N. Oviatt, .Dragerton: Theo N. Oviatt. Moab, and Dale H. Oviatt. U. S. navy. Japan, and I a daughter, Thora Ann Oviott, Dragerton: four brothers, George H. Oviatt. Carbon; Carbon; vilie. Carbon county: Smith Oviatt. Salt Lake City; James L. Oviatt. Price: Denver C. Oviatt. Ogdcn. and a sister, Mrs. Annie C. Peterson of San Gabriel. Cal. Friends m.iy call at the Wallace mortuary. mortuary. Price, until 9 p.m. Friday, and at the home of Lorcn Oviatt, 348 Berkeley ave.. Dragerton, Saturday until time of services. Burial will be in the Cleveland, Emery county, cemetery-

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune30 Mar 1951, FriPage 47

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)30 Mar 1951, FriPage 47
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