Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Sunday. October 3. 1976 —-••••»> ~> • -vU.:L» YOUTHFUL SINGERS from Farrer Junior High School's eighth and ninth grades' "Swing Chorus" gave a performance immediately following the Oktoberfest parade in downtown I'rovo Friday evening. The group is led by Jodie Jestice. Rain Dampens Oktoberfest's Final Activities Provo's Oktoberfest concluded on a wet note Saturday as a light rain descended on the city and many people left the streets for the indoors. The annual celebration opened Thursday with art and flower shows, displays and a farmer's market. A parade on Center Street and University Avenue highlighted Friday's activities. Areta Peckham, chairman of the event sponsored by the Provo Chamber of Commerce, said Oktoberfest is an ancient tradition that originated in Germany to celebrate the end of the harvest season. Handicraft items and quilts were on display at the city center during the three-day festival. Talent groups from various schools performed at several locations. Saturday afternoon an auction was held at St. Mary's Episcopal Church to sell baked goods to raise money fore the city's Christmas light fund. College of Business Assistant Appointed Central Utah Obituaries Orpha M. Carlson MANTI - Orpha Oilcan Munk Carlson, 77, of Manti, died Friday, Oct. 1, 1976 at the Utah Valley Hospital of complications following surgery. She was born Aug. 4, 1899 in Manti. a daughter of Ernest Ipson and Petrina Domgaard Munk. She married Wilford Silas Carlson in the Manti LDS Temple, and he died Sept. 27, 1952. Mrs. Carlson was graduated from Brigham Young University in 1941. She had been a dedicated school teacher for 44 years in Salma, Sevier County; Helper, Carbon County; Montpelier, Ida., Manti and Kphraim. In 1960 she was chosen "Teacher of the Year" in Manti. Active in the I.DS Church, Mrs. Carlson held executive and teaching positions in the Primary, Sunday School, •-YWMIA and Relief Society. She was also a member of the Manti Ladies Literary Club, an officer in the CUD and on the Manti City Library Board for many years. Survivors include one brother, Leo 0. Munk, Ciunnison; his children whom she reared after their mother died: Mrs. Stanley Dee (Madge) Roberts, serving an LDS mission with her husband in Albuquerque, N.M.; Howard L, Munk. Salt Lake City; Fredrick II. Munk, Ogdi'ii; two stepsons and three stepdaughters, Rex Carlson, San Diego, Calif.; Glen M Carlson. Orem; Edna Carlson and Mrs. Hichard "Dick" (Carmai Roberts, both of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Howard "Hud" t Evelyn I Krickson. Salina; Kl nieces and nephews, and 21 step grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the Manti South LDS Ward Chapel Friends may call at Buchanan Mortuary in Manti tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock or Monday one hour before services. Hurial will be in Manti City Cemetery. Utah Obituaries CANNUNVII.I.F., (iarlield l 'oimly Willoril Clark, 8i), died Thursday; funeral Monday. 2 p.m.. Caimonville Ward Chapel. SALT LAKE CITY Charles Lewis. 71. died Thursday; funeral Monday, I p.m., Wilbur Fourth Ward Chapel. 951 K 8B2S S. Hubert Wallace Cru|>un, (ill, died Friday, funeral Monday. 11 a.m.. 33ril North Ward Chapel 4tt S. 1100 K Berg Mortuary Services Charles R. Anderson Charles R. Anderson. 68, of 520 E. 650 S., Orem, died of a heart attack Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976 at the Utah Valley Hospital. lie was born Jan. 8, 1908 in Vernal, a son of Charles Andrew and May Casper Anderson. He married Tauline Martinsen on Feb. 28, 1931 and the marriage was solemnized later in the Salt Lake I.DS Temple. Mr. Anderson was active in the I.DS Church, and at the time »f his death was u high priest. Survivors include his widow; three sons and one daughter, Sberwin Anderson, Orem; Duane R. Anderson. North Glen, Colo.: Glen Dee Anderson, Montrose. Colo.; Linda Anderson. Salt Lake City; two grandchildren; (wo brothers and three sisters. Grant Anderson, Chandler, Ariz.; Reed Andorson, Mrs. Dell i Hazel I Goodrich. Mrs. Lyle (OralI Goodrich and Mrs. Thelbert (Ruby I McCarrcll. all of Vernal. Funeral services will be Monday at I p.m. in the Orem l.'ltli Ward Chapel, 641 S. 400 E. under the direction of Bishop Lloyd Davis. Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at Sundberg - Olpin Mortuary. 495 S. State St.. or Monday prior to services at the ward chapel. Hurial will be in Orem City Cemcterv. Rhonda A. Merrill William T. Ward Melvin A. Nelson 373-1841 William Thurlim Ward Funeral services will be conducted Monday Oct. 4th at 11:00 A.M.'in the Berg Mortuary Chapel in I'rovo. Friends may call from 6 to 8 Sunday evening and 1 hour prior to Services. Interment to Springville Evergreen Cemetery. undber AMERICAN FORK •- Melvin Alfred Nelson. 75, of American Fork, died Friday, Oct. 1, 1976 in the Wasatch County Hospital in lleber City. He was born in Canton. S.D., Aug. L KM t» Anders 1). and Annette M. llanseth Nelson. He married Vivian Hennings on Aug. 8. 1925. They were later divorced. lie was an electrician. He was a member of the Lutheran Church. Mr. Nelson was also a member of the Salt Lake l/jcal International Broterhood of Electrical Workers. He had been a member ol the Masonic Order in Minneapolis. Survivors include two sons and one daughter, Mrs. Marvel Louder and Dennis Nelson, both ul American Fork; Roland Nelson. Idaho Falls; 13 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren: one brother and I wo sisters, Arthur Nelson, Proctor. Minn.. Mrs. Paulina S. Wiggins and Mrs. John I Esther) Kaskela. both ol St. Paul. Minn. Funeral services will be Tuesday at II a.m in Anderson and Sons Mortuary Chapel where I1 lends may call Monday from 7 to 8 p m and Tuesday one hour belore services. Burial will be in Orem City Cemeterv PAYSON - Rhodea Ann Allred Merrill, 74, of I'ayson. died Friday, Oct. 1. 1976. in the Payson Hospital alter a brief illness. She was born March 7. 1902 in Salford. Ariz., a daughter of Edsil Byron and Sarah Ann Dye Allred. She married Robert Warren Merrill on Oct. 3, 1923 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She was educated in I'tah and Idaho schools and lived in Price from 1930 to 1941. She then moved to Orem where she made her home until moving to I'ayson in 1974. She was active in the LDS Church, serving as a Relief Society visiting teacher and secretary of the YWMIA. Survivors include her husband, seven daughters, Mrs. Oliver iNerinei Phoenix. Orem; Mrs. Nile ilieetai .lones. American Fork: Mrs. Joe (Fern) Potts and Mrs. Brill (Elisei Hartley both ol Ozark. Ala.; Mrs. Arthur iMelbai Waight. Westwood, Calil.; Mrs. l.ynn I Wrenna i .Smith. .Sanlaijuin; Mrs. Arlo i Annette l Webb. Lehi 33 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren, live sisters and one brother, Mrs. Manson i Mary i Hull Helper. Carbon County: Mrs. Joe (Ethel) Bowers. Richfield. Ida.; Mrs. Edna Condie. Caldwell, Ida.: Mrs . Orval (Xelphai Rich. Wellington. Carbon County: Mrs. Jay>iSarahi Rich, Price, and Martin Allred. Willard, Box Elder County. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Payson Fourth - Ninth LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Walker Mortuary in I'ayson. 587 S. 100 W.. Tuesday Irom 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to services. Burial will be in the Pavson Citv Cemetery. Funeral services for William Thin-low Ward. 60. ol 958 E. 420 S.. Provo. who died Thursday. Sept. 30. 1976 in the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City of complications following surgery, will be Monday at 11 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel in Provo, Friends may call at the mortuary tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock and Monday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Ward was born Aug. 22, 19111 in Payson to William Thurlow and Alice Bird Ward, lie married Celena Hrailsford on Aug. 24. 1934 in lleber City. He was a crane operator for Geneva Steel. Mr. Ward received his education in I'ayson ;md tlieii worked there until his marriage, when they moved to I'rjuvo. He began working for Geneva in l!)44. retiring as a crane operator in the maintenance sh."i in 1975. Mr. Ward w;i.< ;. member of the I.DS Church in the Provo 10th Ward. He was also a member ol the Timp Travelers. .Survivors include his widow; one son and one daughter. Don T. Ward. Orem; Marie Ward, Provo: three grandchildren; three brothers. I.eland Ward, Farmington. Davis County; John Weed. Salt Lake City, and Clarence Ward. Provo. Allen C. Reynolds 13EAVEH - Allen Cropper Reynolds, 72, of Beaver, died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976 in the Beaver Hospital alter a long Cameron V. Cooper LEHI Funeral services lor Cameron Vogt Cooper. 22, ol 1325 E. 1800 N., Lehi, who died ol stab wounds Friday, Del 1. li*?!i in Li'hi. will be TiiesiKi) at 2 p.m in the Lehi North Slake- Center. 1200 E. 900 N Friends may call al Wing Mortuary Monday from 6 to 8 p m. or Tuesday prior to services. Burial will be in Lehi Cilv Cemeterv FIREMEN PROBE through the still smoking wreckage of the garage at 1600 E. 200 S., PI. Grove. The home, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John Sudweeks, caught fire Friday evening destroying a late model station wagon two freezers and other items stored there. Hi 1 w;is a native i>( SpriiiKville ;<nil relative' ol [our Utah County re.SlllelllS. Hi 1 was burn July Iti. 11104 a sun cil Mark Allen anil Sebrina Cropper Reynolds. He married Katie l''ranilsen on .Ian. 4. 1928 in the Salt Lake I.US Temple Mr Reynolds was aetive in the I.DS Church, He was a seminary tearlier tor 17 years. Survivors include his widow: two sons ami four daughters, Mrs Marlow \V. i Lenore I I'lumb and David K. Reynolds, both ol Heaver. Allen CUiir Reynolds. Uonri(!. Ore.; Mrs. A. Kdimind i Ruth i llo^gen. Clearlield. Mrs limit C. il.orramci Palmer. Cedar City; Mrs Thomas .1 i Kathleen) I'leiTe. Orem. ^grandchildren; two nival - tfr.inileliililren; two brothers and one sister, Thomas Reynolds. Mark A. Reynolds and Mrs William V. (Hannah) Oldroyd. all ol I'rovo, Funeral services will be Tuc.Ml.iy at 1 p.m. in the Heaver Second Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Melcall - Campbell .Mortuary Monday from 7 to 9 p m and Tuesday Irom II a.m. until lime ol services. Hurial will In' in Mountain View Cemetery in Heaver. Dr. Roman "Ray" Andrus, a Brigham Young University alumnus, has returned to BYU as assistant dean of the College of Business. Prior to assuming his Lone Man Holds Up Gas Station A lone armed robber struck a Provo gas station Saturday afternoon and took an estimated $200. Del. Bill Brown said a man described as about 30 years old, with long dark hair and a mustache pulled a small pistol on a female attendant at the Gas and Go, 200 W. 400 N. and took the money from the cash register after making her lie down on the floor. Police have no leads as to the identity of the robber. Valley Births UOH.\ AT I'TAII VALLEY HOSPITAL Oct. 1: (iirl to Nathan and Nila Clegg Chappell. ;t4:i, r > Navajo Lane, I'rovo Hoy to Vilmar and Noeli Domareoxky Gaertner, 590 N. 100 W.. I'rovo. Girl to Hoger and Laree Roberts Gillespie, 163 N. 700 E.. American Fork. Girl to Raymond and Shannon McWhortcr Harrison, 392 E. Stadium, I'rovo. Girl to Michael and Patricia J.ehiiheiT Juhiinsun, 1065 W. 500 S.. Orem. Girl to Hrent and .Janelle Hiding Laker, RFD Box 19-J. Santai|iiin. Hoy to Chris and Barbara Hill Ulscn. 8til) Columbia Uine, No. 48. Provo. Hoy to Gary and Lynette Larson Swapp, 3752 S. 810 E., Sail Lake City. Hoy to Paul and Christine Nielsen Tippetts. 280 E. 500 N.. I 'rovo. Girl to Darryl and Iris Bingham Tremelling. 700 N. 780 Iv. I'rovo. Hoy to Howard and Diana Ketu West. !W\V. 500 N.. Provo. Oct. 1: Girl to Allen and Jeannie Wallace llenrie. 174 S. 900 E., Springville. Girl to Riley and Roxanne Saimiclson Asav. 1375 W. 500 N., No. 11)1. I'rovo. Girl to Dennis and Rita Hedge Brooks, 378 E. 200 S.. Orem. The announcement of the birth ul a boy to Richard and Ruth l.mdow Stajjg of 668 N. 420 W.. American Fork, was only half right. The Staggs had twins, a boy and a girl, on Monday, Sept. 27.' at the Utah Valley Hospital Mother, father and babies are all doing line PAYSON HOSPITAL Sept. 2.r Girl to Sam and Linda Sue Grover Bingham. 3Hti N. 300 W., Spanish Fork. This baby has been reported as a boy. new position, Dr. Andrus was director of the Bureau of Business Research and formerly head of the Marketing Department at the University of Oregon. He also served as editor of the Oregon Business Review. Since his return to BYU he has supervised the Departments of Economics, Business Management, and Business Education. He is the author of several books on marketing and has published articles in the Business Quarterly, Journal of Marketing; and the Journal of Marketing Research. and the flowers are furnished by Jeppson 205 W. 400 N. Provo 373-4460 MORTUARY 495 So State Orem, 225-1530 Charles R. Anderson Funeral Services will be conducted Monday at 1 P.M. at the Orem 13th Ward Chapel, 641 So. 400 E. Friends may call Sunday evening from 7-9 at the Sundberg Olpin Mortuary, and prior to services at the chapel Hurial at the Orem City Cemeterv. 85 Ea*t 300 South Provo 373-6668 t'aysun Jennings li. "Jay" Morse Funeral services were hold Saturday at the Walker Mortuary Chapel, in Payson. Interment Santaquin City Cemetery. I'ayson Khoda Ann Allred Merrill Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 P.M. at the Payson 4-9tJi Ward U)S Chapel. Friends may call from 7-9 P.M. at the Walker Mortuary in Payson and prior to services at the chapel. Hurial at the Payson City Cemeterv. The largest commercial bank in the U.S. is the Bank of America, with more than $54 billion worth of deposits. Rohbock Sons Floral 1042 S. State, Orem 225-3100 BEESLEY MEMORIALS DISCOUNTS TO 30% ON ONE CROUP OF MARK! DC vr mHnnCH9 LOWEST PRICES, FINEST QUALITY & LARGEST SELECTION IN UTAH r. --. - u * «P' ' "»«•' o«' Qx«Hio n> BEESLEY MONUMENT & VAULT CO. 725 So. Slat. 900 Eo»t Ph. 374-0580 Acrost »tf««l from Ea»f Provo Cemetary. Contain Blaze; Garage of Home Razed PLEASANT GROVE - Fire destroyed the garage, part of the roof, and damaged the kitchen and living room of a home owned by Mr. and Mrs. John Sudweeks, 1600 E. 200 S. in Pleasant Grove Friday evening. Fire Chief Fred Keetch said that a late model station wagon, two freezers and other items stored in the garage were a total loss. He said the cause of the blaze was unknown. He added that he will not know the dollar damage of the fire until after he talks with the insurance company but he estimated the damage would be about $30,000. Twenty volunteer Pleasant Grove firement and three trucks responded to the fire, which took about 45 minutes to completely extinguish. Chief Keetch noted that insufficient pressure could be obtained through the fire hydrant and so they had to go through the fire trucks. No one was injured in the fire, although Mrs. Sudweeks, who has a diabetic condition, was taken to the hospital by Pleasant Grove ambulance when she showed indications of diabetic shock, police officers, reported. Truck Ro//S, Girl Injured Kills Driver LEVAN, Utah (UPI) - A St. George truck driver was fatally injured Friday when his semitruck rolled after hitting a cow on U.S. 91 about a mile north of Levan in Juab County. Oval Melvin Michael, 55, died of chest and internal injuries at Nephi City Hospital about an hour after the predawn accident. Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Paul Mangelson said Michael's double-rig was northbound on U.S. 91 when it struck a black angus cow. The driver lost control of the tractor-trailer and it rolled onto its left side. 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