The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on December 27, 1974 · 4
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Page 4 -THE HERALD, Prove, UteR. Friday. Decembt-r 27, iS74 wv.v.v.AV...vv.v..v.Vk ................ City Commission m I s m Elf. I && 1 s? f .Mli S 1.4. V 1 iituaries piii f f f t f liflii . J yVt S 1 I rl IHU "W Retail Store Cera w. Chs 8 f 4 i?$,iJffiJ 111! 1 -i9i?fS!esSV5 V--V-, J Gerald D. Wright AMERICAN FORK - Gerald Dean Wright. 41, of 828 N. 100 E., American Fork, died of oomphcations following surgery Wednesday in the American Fork Hospital Hp was bom Jan 29. 1933 in .Vncnrar. Fork to William H. arid Iiah R Baxter Wright. He married ArJene Beck on Aug. 12, I960 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple Mr. Wright was an equipment operator for Utah Power and Jjgh Co. Active in the LPS Church, he was in the bishopric of both the Sixth and 13th Wards and served a mission in the north centra! Atlantic states. He was a veteran of the Korean War and a member of the Utah National Guard, Active in scouting, Mr, Wright was 13th Ward Cubmaster and in the stake scouting program. SuivivGs include his widow; one son and three daughters.; Dean G . Onlee. Janae and Jennifer Wright, ail of American Fork; his parents, American Fork, two brothers. William Uoyd Wright, American Fork, and Curtis B. Wright, San Bemadmo. Calif. Funeral services will be Saturdav at 11 a.m. in the 13th Ward Chapel, 300 N. 100 E. Friends may caiS at Anderson and Sons Mortuary tonight from 7 to S o'clock and Saturday from 9:30 to 10:30 am in American Cemetery. Buria! will be Fork City Jane G. Bean Ajrpj-n Purlers! services were held today in the Nephi Fifth Ward Chapel for Edith Jane Garrett Bean, 89, who died at her home Wednesday. Burial was in Vine Bluff Cemetery, Nephi. Mrs. Bean was erroneously identified as Dean in Thursday's Herald. undberg Jfjipin MOSTUAKV 495 South State 225-1530 Marjory Lowe Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary Chapel, where friends may call prior lo services. Burial Provo City Cemetery. Berg Mortuary 185 E. CENTER 373-1841 Provo Elizabeth Fry Funeral services were conducted today 11 a m. in the Berg drawing room chape! cf Provo. Interment Morgan Utah South city cemetery. Provo William Mckinley Madsen Funeral services will be conducted Saturday 2 p m m the Berg drawing room chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services, Interment Provo City Cemetery. Linde Mortuary Spanish Fork Thorvol Lawrence Johnson Funeral services will be conducted Saturday 1 p.m. in the Benjamin Utah LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Linde Mortuary in Spanish Fork Friday 7 to 9 p m. and at the ward chapel Saturday prior to services. Interment Benjamin City Cemetery. Provo Haze! F. Anderson Funeral services will be conducted Saturday 11 a m. in the Berg drawing room chapel of Provo, Friends may call Fri, 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Interment in Provo City Cemetery. J'i SPR1NGVILLE services far Mrs Cora Ann Waidron Quid. 84, of 670 E Center St., ilf Saturday at 11 a.m. m Wheeler Mortuary Chape!. Biihop C O Ward of the Spruigviile ifith IDS Ward mil officiate. Mrs. Child died Christmas day in Utah Valley Hospital following a short illness, She was tern Nov. 26, 1890 in Morgan, Morgan County, the daughter of Walter G. and Elizabeth Ann (Tiapin Waidron. Sse married Joseph W. Child on Jane 5. 1912 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died Dec 22, 1953. In her early life Mrs. Child lived in Riverdale and the Roy area She moved to Spnngvilie in 1955. Active Irs the LDS Church, she served in the primary for 26 years and worked in YWMIA and "ftelief Society She was a member of the Mothers .Study dub and Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Survivors include two sons and two daughters; Eidon R. Child and Mrs. John (Ethel ) Burt, both of Spnngvilie; J. Walter Child, Ogden; and Mrs. Frances Child Oberhansiy, Spanish Fork; 11 grandchildren and 17 great - grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters. Jay Waldon and Mrs. Merald iLeona) Giles, both of Morgan: Elmer Waldon. Bountiful; and Mrs. T.C. Naomi i Richens, Ogden. friends may call at She mortuary tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock or Saturday prior to the service. Burial will be in Roy City Cemetery. l.UL (Clljt SPANISH FORK - Keith Lowell Taylor, 36, Spanish Fork, died Wednesday in the Payson Hospital following an illness. He was born Feb. 13, 1938 in Provo to Wendell and Mary E. Baxter Taylor. He married Jean Jackson on Dec. 8, 195,1 in Spring ville Mr. Taylor received his education in Loa, Wayne County, and Springville schools. For the past 11 years he had been employed by Spanish Fork City. He was a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include his widow, three sons and four daughters, Jane Ann, Jennie Lou, Linda Ijee, Ricky L., Hank L.. John R. and Kimber'y Nan Taylor, all of Spanish Fork; five sisters, Mrs. Carl (Carol Jean) Parker, Mrs. Keith (Mary Lou) Johnson. LaVona May Taylor and Shanna Marie Taylor, all of Spanish Fork; and Mrs. Clarence (Dorothy) Snow, Mapleton; plus a grandmother, Mrs. Lula Mae Taylor, Loa. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 am, in Spanish Fork Ninth Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Walker Mortuary, Spanish Fork, tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Springville Evergreen Cemetery. 85 Eos 300 South, Provo Ph. 373-6668 Provo Melbourne Floyd Cooni Services were held today at 1 p.m. in the Walker Mortuary, with burial in Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Spanish Fork Keith Taylor Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Spanish Fork 9th ward chapel. Friends call at the Walker Mortuary of Spanish Fork Friday from 6-8, and Saturday prior to services. Burial Springville Evergreen Cemetery. QUALITY HOME FUllllSilliliS i i IltltfK & RCA All AMANA APPLIANCES im NBAS 563 . Sis.3, Onm - 224-1 52 1 Cbrtnce Peftrsen AMERICAN FORK -Clarence lttu, Peiersen, 90, of 160 N. 100 E , American Fork, died of causes incident to age Wednesday at the Alpine Valley Care Center, Pleasant Grove, Mr. Petersen was born Dec. 23, 33S4 in Alpine to Louis and Christina Beck Petersen He married Agnes Graham on June Temple, and she died Oct. 9, i960 He married . Doris Edna Forbes .-. Dec. 10, 1971 in the Salt Lake IDS Temple. Mr. Petersen had worked for Utah Power and Light Co. before retiring. He was active in the LDS Church. Survivors include his widow; &ree daughters, Mrs. Theima Pulley, Pleasant Grove; Mrs. Dan (June! Loveridge, Provo, and Mrs. Gene (Virginia) Parker, Salt Lake City; 11 grandchildren; 17 great -grandchildren, and one brother. Conrad J. Petersen, Orem. Funeral services will be Monday at noon in the American Fork Sixth Ward Chapel, 300 N. 100 E. Friends may call at Anderson and Sons Mortuary Sunday from 7 to 9 p its, and Monday prior to services, Burial will be in Alpine City Cemetery. Minnie W. Ames TAYLORSVILLE, Salt Lake County Minnie Dee Wood Ames! 87, of 723 W. 4800 S,, Taviorsville, died Thursday in a Salt Lake County nursing home after a long illness. Her sister, Mrs. Ethel Goff, lives in Pleasant Grove. She was born July 30, 1887 in Humphreys County, Tenn.. a daughter of William Samuel and Sarah Sanders Wood. She married George Albert Ames on Dec, 10. 1906 in Loa, Wayne County, and he later died. She was a member of the LDS Church. Surviving are two sons and two daughters. William C. Ames, Ogden; John E. Ames, Tooele; Mrs. Albert ( Eleanor i Kinder and Mrs. Edwin (Mildred) Hofeling, both of Taviorsville; 21 grandchildren; 61 great -grandchildren; two great - great - grandchildren: and three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Meeham, Roy; Mrs Ethel Goff. Pleasant Grove; and Mrs. Elizabeth Olsen, San Jose, Calif. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at 4760 S. State St. ."where friends may call Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Loa City Cemetery. Fern A. Bauer CEDAR CITY - Funeral services for Fern Ashdown Bauer, 73, of Cedar City, who died Sunday in a Van Nuys. Calif., hospital of causes incident to h age, will be held Saturday at 1 p.m in the Cedar City Fourth LDS Ward Chanel. A daughter lives in Orem. She v;"5 be; Cedar City to Chris and Margaret Ellen Pendleton Ashdown. On June 19, 1925 she married Harmet J. Bauer in Parowan. He died July 29, 1960, She was a member cf the LDS Church Survivors include three sons and five daughters. Bud Bauer. Mrs. Ted (Karlynni Nelson and Mrs. Ken i Frances i Davis, all Cedar City. Denton Bauer. Peabody. Mass., Arlen Bauer, Las Vegas, Nev.; Mrs Adrian (Margaret) Tait, Pacoima. Calif., Mrs. Don i Barbara) Flint, Salt Lake City, and Sharon Bauer, Orem; 27 grandchildren; five great grandchildren; three brothers and a sister, Eldon Bauer. Vermont Bauer, Leonard Bauer and Elizabeth Bauer, all Cedar City. Friends may call at the Metcalf Southern Utah Mortuary, Cedar City, tonight fmm 7 to 9 o'clock and at the chapel on Saturday an hour before services. Burial will be in the Cedar City Cemetery. - T.V. STIII3, CHEF, 0'KEEFE & MliliTT, PUHiifllli MELVIND CLOSE Mel Close, ExPfOVO an, utes LAS VEGAS - Melvin D. Close, 74, former resident of Provo and Spanish Fork, died Wednesday after a lmg illness at his home in Las Vegas Mr, Close was a prominent Lusinessrnan in Ijss Vegas and Provo. He was born Sept. 3. 1900 in Spanish Fork to James and Annie Close. He married Hope Coleman in Provo. She died in 1971. Mr. Close was a member of the LDS Church, and made substantial contributions to the Primary Children's Hospital and Brigham Yeuig University, as well as to the American Cancer Society. He was a real estate man in Provo. In 1948 he moved to Las Vegas, where he built two motels and operated severai other businesses. In 1962 he unsuccessfully ran for governor of Nevada on the Democratic ticket. The Club Bingo which he built in Las Vegas was the predecessor to the Hotel Saharah, and was one of the first clubs built on the Las Vegas Strip. Survivors include four sons, Wayne C. Close, Provo; Meivin D. Close Jr., L. Gene Close and Jack Close, all of Las Vegas; 14 grandchildren: three great -grandchildren, and one sister, Ann Dorman, California. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in Bunker Brothers Mortuary in Las Vegas. Burial wili be in Las Vegas. The fantiiy suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society or Primary Children's Hospital. Lester Jackson LEW Lester Jackson, Lehi, died Thursday evening. Full obituary will be announced by Wing Mortuary. William Pritchett OGDEN Funeral services will be announced by Chapel of Flowers Mortuary for William D, Pritchett, 49, of 358 Patterson St., Ogden. who died Monday in the University of Utah Medical Center of an apparent heart attack. A brother lives in Provo. Mr. Pritchett was born March 18 . 1925 in Salt Lake city, to Leo and Lacy Pritchett. He married Janel Shepard in Ogden. They later were separated. He was a World War II veteran. Survivors include three brothers and four sisters, John L. Pritchett, Provo; Ohya Pritchett. Ocden: Mrs. Stella Garrison, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Opal Monies, Biigham City; Mrs. Eirbal Gallcgos, Mrs. Lois Dentelman and Robert Preitchett, ail Long Beach, Calif. Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY - fas! Hyraas Siewaii, 58. uieti Tburtdajr, funera! Saturday noon, 283 E. South Temple. Harry M. Freak, 76, died Thursday; funeral pending from 574 E. 100 S. Permeiu "Pearl" Tlppttj finaser, 8?. died Thursday; funeral iMonday noon, Jeiferson Wrd Cfiipei, 1510 Richards St. I'nula " Dorothy" Maria Cfeacoc, Si. did Wednesday: funeral mass Saturday, 9:30 a m , St. Patrick's Catholic Church. 100 W 400 S. Aule Mae Neivist, 66, died Tuesday: funeral next week in Crescent, Ok la Mildred Unite Wood, 58, died Wednesday, funeral Sunday. 2 p m., 2128 S State St. OGDEN - Thomas Clyde Warner, 7, died Tuesday, funeral Saturday noon, Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel. Annie Black DeMers, 75, died Tuesday; funeral Saturday, 2pm, Undquist and Sons Colonial Chapel Rollin C. Clint Symn, 71, died Tuesday, funeral Saturday, 1 30 p.m.. Chapel of Klowen Mortuary RIVERDALE, Weber County - Max Toglsala. 51, died Wednesday: funeral Monday, 11 a m., Riverdale .Second Ward Chapel SMITHFIELD, Cache County -Geneva Weeks Hirflnioa, 71, died Monday, funeral was held today LOGAN - Michael Watterson, 10, ion of Dennis L. and Joy Jensen Watterson, died Tuesday, funeral was held today. : ROHBOCK j 10tJS.SoU.Ortm,?2S-JlM For dreamy bouqueii, see os . . . y I A part of the effort by the Provo (Sty Commission to attract business to the downtown area, the entire city commission has met with General Motors officials, and the mayor is making part of a California vacation a proselyting effort mM-4 the management of some of the nation's largest department store chains, Thecomirussiorrs visited GM t" f. -t, W -?W zx-?gi g-ix i i ......'-.....w.... FOUR LOCAL TRAPPERS captured wfeat appears to be aa African variety Servai buib cat is Hobble Creek Canyon. Shown with the aiiiinal which vvus killed during capture are, from left, Berneii .Stubbt, 123 W. 500 N Stakes Set rarty for New Years SPRINGVILLE - A New Year's Eve activity for youth in Springville Mapleton area' will be held at the Springville Stake Center beginning at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Sponsored by the LDS Church, the event is open to all youth in the teacher - mia maid and priest -laurel age groups. There will be free movies between 8 and 9:30 p.m., then a dance between 10p.m. and 1 a m The group playing will be "Equinox" featuring Walt Jones. Supper will begin at 11 p.m. LDS dress standards will be enforced. Girls should wear dresses or dress pants and boys should wear dress slacks or better. No denims or levis will be allowed. An admission charge for the dance portion of the party will include a hat and food ticket. Leonard Burton SALT LAKE CITY - Funeral services will be on Monday for Leonard Burton. 84, of Salt Lake Qty, who died Wednesday in a Salt Lake City hospital of tuberculosis. His stepdaughter, Mrs. Fern Bird, lives in SDringville. He was born March 10, 1890 in Nephi, a son of Herbert and Mary Pass Burton. He married Johanna Dudley in Nevada, and she died in 1961. He was a railroad worker. Surviving are stepdaughters and a stepson, Mrs. William Farley and Vern Dudley, imth of Sa't lake City; and Mrs. Fern Bird, Springville; two brothers and a sister. Spencer and Alvin Burton, both of Salt Lake City; and Mrs Ada Sparks of Bountiful. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at 36 E, 700 S. State St., where friends may call Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. BEESLEY MEMORIALS IARGEST SELECTION IN UTAH FINEST QUALITY & LOWEST PRICES 7 ;J1 JOHNSflNj! - 92 Yoort of f jptint Hlp BEESLEY MONUMENT & VAULT CO. 725 South Sfoto Stnot, Provo Ph. 374-0580 the future of the P.E. Ashlun dealership s location. According to Commissioner E Odeii Miner, who arranged the tnp, the commissioners wanted to discuss the future of the dealership's oration it is considered an important part of the city's cwnmerrial base "We just wanted them to know how much we thought of Mr Ashtons business and how much we thought of hirn as a member . ,. -.. f- - 9f - Statistics BORN AT l.'TAH VALLEY HOSPITAL Dec 27: Boy So James and Brmda Emerirh 2, Springville. Bov to Norman C. and Melissa Jane Davis McMurray, 32! N. 400 W Provo. Boy to Stanley and Jeri Moon Lett. U.64 S. SO E., Orem'. Boy to David and Annette Anderson Dalev. 4tS( E Stadium, Provo. Dec.' tt: Girl to Dennis and Barbara Jean Payne Alton. 320 N 800 E.. Orem. Boy to Wade and Julie Marie Howel! Livingston, 724 N. sut) E., Provo Bov to Loren and Janet Cowlev Hicken, 1221 E. Battle Creek Drive. 'Pleasant Grove. Girl to Randall and Barbara Sue Perme Hvmes, M E. 1550 S., Orem. AT PAYSOiV HOSPITAL Dee. ?6: Girl to Terry Neil and Kirnberley (lark Alien, 225 W. Escalante Drive. Spanish Fork Boy to Craig D. and Diane C, Christensen Oberg. box 19-1, (.enola Girl to Lloyd T. and Margaret Marie Staplev Penrod. Box 5 Goshen Dec. 2a: Bov to Lorin and Doris Weight Hall, 740 S. 400 E , Spnngviile. Dec. 24: Girl to Steven and Valarte Mcmonigai Borecky, 47 W. Mam St , Santaqum AT AMERICAN FORK HOSPITAL Dee. 21: Girl to Kent B. and Kathleen Crvstal Carrol!. 850 N. 1000 E Uhi. Girl to Kellv D and Virginia Nielson Hwrfynur.. 82S S. HS0 , fV. wr, Girl to Dana and Virginia Might Cook. 467 Elm Street, American Fork Dec. 20: Giri to Steve and Judi Bezzant Grantham, 406 N. 300 E American Fork. Dec. 19: Girl to Val and Janet Christofferson, Box 518, Delta. .ahoon wnn, 45 e sao N . Pr Boy to Wayne R. and Barbara Bowen Jones. 392 E M0 N American Fork Dec. 17: Boy to Peter D and Iois Dennis Wof-finden. 897 N 700 E . I?hi. Girl tu (.'line and licrharii: tkierkpritj Campbell. Pleasant Grove. It! 1, Box 161-A Girl to William and l.riiij Watgel Ksliipasltaia. 2 E 200 N . No 13, Provo Dec. 18: Bov to James and Marlen Call Walker 330 S. 1300 E . Pleasant Grove Bo;j lo Mark H and Eiieen Garr Johnson 65 S , 400 E., Pleasant Grove Girl to Donaid and Colleen England Whimpey. 582 E 620 N , American Fork Boy to Kclle and Lynette Allred Johnson. 969 N 30 E , Provo. Girl to Lewis A and Jackie Gaoch Madsen, 266 N. 500 E , American Fork Dec. 15: Boy to Hardy and Katbv Johnson Batini, 1051 N, 600 E , Lehi. Girl to Timothy and Sally Haycock Casper, 108,') N. 200 W , Pleasant Grove. . U Answer Your Questions -m- , Y r - f r' "- V' torn i mo W. fcJ Kn IH 1 Mxutiiissri business community," he We weren't iookir.2 for S6Ki cDniiruli'wriis, jost an exenange ... ; at views, neaaoea. Mavor Russeii D. Grang'? as ben 'working to put together a presentation for west coa?t departmem store heads to use on a recruiting nassion. He decided lo take ,art of his annual vacation in California and to fisist business and pleasure by calling on the businesses who have not - ?t '"vics?i Prrtvo' John sod Cfesck Glsiier fsss sf Mr, and MrTbavid L. cTaiTer" 955 E. 1006 S Springville; and Lorsa Glazier, 3750 Canyon Road, Prove. Rare Bush Cat IXIflCU In County What appears to be a Serva! bush cat, a small African variety, was found Tuesday in Hobble Creek Canyon by four local cat trappers. Bernell Stubbs and Loran, Chuck and John Glazier take their dogs cat trapping regularly. They sighted the small cat several times Monday as the j'-g! vitsacu it. n: wic uiiic a member of the party thought it might be a fox because of the unusually bushy tail. The dogs usually tree the cats which are then captured and later turned loose, but when the three dogs caught the unusual animal Monday they killed it before the trappers could rescue it. The Glaziers and Mr. Stuhbs have been trapping cats for some time, but they had to resort to an encyclopedia to aid them in identifying the animal. Mr. Stubbs reported the trappers were having no luck this year before the incident but have done very well since then. UTAH'? I ARGiST SELECTION Modern flame gas legs Sizes 18 inches to 60 inches wide. 4j. . v. MOST REALISTIC GAS LOGS WITH NATURAL FLAME! These new gas logs ae made from casts ol real wood logs anil are completely true lo lile; See the West's largest selection at Fireplace'.. Inc : Man-zamta Onftwood. P'r.e Cone. Silet B:rch. Oak. etc intv.any ;tles rstrw wr' SEE OUn SUKKC GAS LOGS ON DISPLAY! rt-FIREPLACES, INC. ja GAS SPECIALTIES SHOPPE 250 W. Center, Provo 375-8977 973 Eat! 2 In South, SLC, 485-3328 3715 Washington Blvd., Ogden, 393-8787 yet opened a branch in Central Utah. The mayor 2i explain the city's cotKept of a downtown several blocks for department store activity and tying them together with air conditioned toris to span city streets and parking areas. The blocks include the one now a large parking Sot on the northern two thirds of the block south of First North and between First and Second West. It also includes the P.E. Ashton block lo the north and perhaps the Taylor Square and Sears department stores. One city official suggested that the concept of tying stores together with walkways, joining doors and even overhead tunnels may be a viable alternative to earlier suggestions in city planning to create a downtown mail of the type now existing in Orem. Qty planning staffers are now talking in terms of a "lateral mal!" where shoppers could walk from one store to another without having to brave the elements outside. One staffer told the city commissioners that several merchants had complained that Christmas shopping was down in Provo this year and he wondered whether it could be partly blamed on the extreme cold before Christmas. In other activity designed to promote business and industry, the Provo City Commissioner are working on thrw industrial sites all at once. They are not willing to say much about them at this stage, but they are spending a considerable amount of time on the project formerly called Four Seasons, and on obtaining industrial property elsewhere in the city. Youth Fireside Panned by Payson Stake PAYSON Christmas stories will be the subject of a fireside planned especially for the 12-18 year age group Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Payson LDS Stake Center. The speaker is Leon R. Hartshorn of Orem, assistant professor of religion at Brigliam Young University and author of "Memorable Christmas Stories" Other books recently published by Dr. Hartshorn include "Outstanding Stories by General Authorities." and "Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration." TiF Waff cKaf"ii ia nle- jnlr--wiJT-t of the BYU Professor of the Year award, as elected by the school's studentbody. Water Heaters Water Softeners Gcrbcge Disposals INSTALL NOW CAU THE EXPERTS erf MOVO tXAL 373-1003 56 North 2nd WMt -rvWi-iviir" Complete Fireplace line! GAS LOGS riREPLACES GAS SARBCCUES GRATES TOOIS GAS IAMPS DACOR BRICK DACOR STONE WAll DECOR it 4 1 Ckauhkau A . V v Y "J1 I '- Win - 1 . ' ..' I

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