The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on September 19, 1972 · Page 4
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Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah Tuesday, feptemberJ9, 1972 Obituaries Joseph Rae Mills PLEASANT GROVE Joseph Rae Mills, 54, of 499 Locust Ave., Pleasant Grove, died Monday at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City of a heart attack. He was born Jan. 16, 1918 in Pleasant Grove, a son of Joseph S. and Jennett Bullock-Mills. He married Lily Gladys Smith on June 3, 1944 in Remford, Essex, England and the marriage later was solemnized in the Los Angeles Temple. Mr. Mills had been postmaster in Pleasant Grove and at the time of his death was director of excise tax in Utah. Active in the LDS Church, he was a counselor in the Grove Ward Bishopric. He received his education in Pleasant Grove • schools, graduating from Pleasant Grove High School and from Brigham Young University. A veteran of World War'll, he served in the U.S. Air Force. Survivors include his widow, Pleasant Grove; three sons, Frank Mills, Jim Mills and Terry Mills, all of Pleasant Grove; three grandchildren; one brother and two sisters, Calvin Mills and Mrs. George R. (Ruth) Paul, both of Pleasant Grove, and Mrs. Paul (Lucille) Harris, Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2; p.m. in the Grove Ward with Bishop Mack Palmer officiating. Friends may call Wednesday at the Olpin Family Mortuary in Pleasant Grove from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the chapel Thursday prior to services. Burial will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Ralph E. Nielsen Ralph E.Nielsen, 79, of 210 W.' 2000 S., Orem, died at his home Monday night. He was a farmer in the Lakeview area. Funeral services will be Saturday at Berg Drawing Room Chapel of Provo at 11 a.m. Friends may call Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. FAMILY MORTUARY 3rd South at 3rd fail — Pltaunl Grovt 3rd South at 1 it loll — Provt) ; f rove Pltmanl Gray* 373-6661 715.3503 Alvin Robert Duke Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. in the Olpin Family Mortuary of Provo, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Burial Provo City Cemetery. Joseph Rae Mills Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the Pleasant Grove Stake Center. Friends may call at the Olpin Family Mortuary of Pleasant Grove Wednesday evening from 7-9, and Thursday at the church prior to services. Burial Pleasant Grove City Cemetery, 495 Soulh Slate, Orem 225-1530 Homer Webb (Pip) Pippin Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. in the Edgemont 4th-6th ward chapel, 4000 N. 650 E., Provo. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday evening from 7-9, and at the church Wednesday prior to services. Burial Provo City Cemetery. Full military rites will be conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars District No. 4, James B. Dexter Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. in the Sundberg Olpin Mortuary, where friends may call Wednesday from 7-9, and Thursday prior to services. Full military rites will be conducted in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery under the direction of t the Dean Mendenhall Provo Post No. 13. James £. Dexter James B. Dexter, 53, of 1080 S. 450 E., Orem, died at Utah Valley Hospital Sunday night of a heart ailment. He was born in Standardville, Carbon County, on May 18,1919 a son of James and Alice Hinkins Baird. He later was adopted by Samuel and Lottie Hinkins Dexter. He received jiis education in the Orem schools and attended Brigham Young University. He took a correspondence course in law. He married Rita Robbins on Sept. 19, 1941 in Orem. Mr. Dexter was an appraiser for the Federal Housing Administration for four years. He was a member of the LDS Church in the Orem llth Ward and had worked in Scouting. He was a member of the American Legion and former member of Orem Lions Club. During World War II, he was a staff sergeant in the Army and served overseas. Survivors include his widow, Orem; three sons, Dr. Wayne R. Dexter, New Zealand; James R. Dexter and Danny R. Dexter, both of Orem and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary in Orem, where friends may call Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Burial will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery with full military rites. Alvin Robert Duke PRICE - Alvin Robert Duke, 74, of 322 N. 5th E., Price, former resident of Provo, died Monday at the Central Utah Extended Care Center of a heart ailment. He was born Jan. 10, 1898 in Provo, a son of Heber and Elizabeth Boardman Duke. He married Belva Josie West on Sept. 5, 1918 in Provo, and the marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. She died on May 11, 1967. Mr. Duke attended Provo schools. He played the violin and taught violin lessons in Price. He operated a business in Price before retiring. His hobby was music, and while in Provo he played with the old Epperson Band. He was an elder in the LDS Church. Survivors include two brothers and two sisters, Byron Duke and Glen Duke, both of Provo; Mrs. L.C. (Ada) Clark and Mrs. L.J. (Bertha) Memmott, both of Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Olpin Family Mortuary in Provo where friends may call one hour before services on Thursday. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. F Berg Mortuary 185 E. CENTER 373-1841 Provo Jack Edward Clark Funeral services were held today at 11:00 a.m. in the Berg Mortuary, with interment in Provo City Cemetery. Orem Brett Russell Shoell Graveside services were held today at 3:00 p.m. in Provo City Cemetery. Orem Velda Rachell Carson Bunker Services were held today at 11:00 a.m. in Vineyard LDS Ward, with interment in Orem City Cemetery. Provo Lucille Ferguson Ahlander Services were held today at 1:00 p.m. in Oak Hills 2nd Ward, with interment in Provo City Cemetery. Helen Demos Campbell Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel of Provo, where friends may call Thursday evening from 68, and Friday prior to services. Interment Provo City Cemetery. Orem Ralph Emanuel Nielsen Funeral services are pending and will be announced by Berg Mortuary. Helen D. Campbell BALDWIN PARK, Calif. Helen Demos Campbell, 53, former resident of Provo, died Monday in the Veterans Administration Hospital in California following a long illness. She was born Jan. 7, 1919 in Beaver, a daughter of Thomas and Mary Dunning Demos. She married James Clayton Campbell on March 16, 1944 in -Riverside, Calif., and the marriage was solemnized in the Manti Temple on July 14, 1944. He died Jan. 14,1956. Mrs. Campbell received her education in Provo schools, graduating from Brigham Young University in 1941 with a B.A. degree in speech and drama. She served in the WACS during World War II. She taught school in the Uinta Basin, Mapleton and Springville, and later for seven years in California. She worked with mentally retarded children and Head Start children. She was 'active in the American Legion Auxiliary. A member of the LDS Church, Mrs. Campbell served as officer and teacher in the MIA and Sunday School and devoted her talent in drama to the youth of the church. Survivors include two sons and one daughter, Jim Campbell, Provo; Larry Campbell, Baldwin Park; Mrs. Andy (Merry Ann) Gullixson, Fort Ord, Calif.; her mother, Provo; one sister and two brothers, Mrs. G. Fred (Leota) Clark, Heber City; Bill Demos, New York City; Paul Demos, Albuquerque, N.M.; and three granddaughters. Funeral services will be in California. Additional funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, Provo. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery where full military rites will be accorded by the Dean Mendenhall Provo Post 13, American Legion. Harold Christensen SALT LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Harold Alma Christensen, 52, of 2521 Evening Star Drive, who died Sunday in a Salt Lake City hospital after a long illness, will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at 5850 S. 9th E. A native of American Fork, Mr. Christensen was born Jan. 25, 1920 to Alma L. and Ella Greenwood Christensen. He married Helen Hales on Aug. 23, 1946 in Salt Lake City. He was a member of the LDS Church and a veteran of World War II. For 27 years Mr. Christensen was executive director and secretary for the Cate Equipment Co. Survivors include his widow, Salt Lake City; one daughter, Mrs. Randy C. (Linda) Emery, Salt Lake City; his parents, American Fork; one sister and one brother, Mrs. Ray (Dorothy) Ecker, Salt Lake City; Wendell Christensen, Nampa, Ida., and a half-brother, Dazel Pulley, American Fork. Friends may call at 5850 S. 9th E., Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. and Thursday one hour before services. Burial will be in the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Gregory K. Thayn SALT LAKE CITY - Gregory Kyle Thayne, two, died Monday at the Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City of a heart condition. He was born Sept. 1, 1970 in Provo, a son of Gregory Floyd and Margaret Kobler Thayn. He had open heart surgery last November. Survivors include his father, Provo; his mother, Salt Lake City; one sister, Kerry Lee Thayne, Provo; grandparents, Mrs, Grace kobler and Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Thayne, all of Proco; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bunderson, Price, and Mrs. John Cobler, Rock Springs, Wyo. Graveside services will be at the Nephi Cemetery at a time to be announced by Larkin Mortuary of Salt Lake City. FRESH ROWERS for that T?efresWng Teeling Ralph A. Pyper RIVERTON - Funeral services for Ralph A. Pyper, 24, of Riverton, who died Sunday in a one-car rollover near Wallsburg, will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Heber City Second Ward Chapel. Mr. Pyper was a native of Heber City, born Dec. 8, 1947 to George Albert and Alta B. Sorensen Pyper. He married Patricia Hatch on May 14, 1969, in Bluffdale. He was a mechanic and auto body worker. He had served in the U.S. Navy in. the Vietnam conflict. Survivors include his widow, Riverton; one son by a former marriage, Ryan D. Pyper, Midway; his parents, Heber City; two brothers and three sisters, George E. "Ted" Pyper, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Lyle (Bonnie) Davis, Provo; Mrs. Clark (Belva) Ford, Wallsburg; Mrs. Myron (Sandra) Wilkin, Orem, and Theron Pyper, Seattle, Wash. Friends may call tonight at the Olpin Mortuary in Heber City from 7 to 9 o'clock and Wednesday before services. Burial will be in the Bluffdale Cemetery with military rites by American Legion Post 140. Milton Huntington PRICE — Funeral services for Milton J. Huntington, 62, Price, who was found beaten to death in Price Saturday, will be Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in the Orangeville, Emery County, LDS Ward Chapel. He was the father of Mrs. William G. (Elaine) Keele of Pleasant Grove. Mr. Huntington was born Sept. 10, 1910 in Orangeville, a son of Archie Delevan and Velma Jane Jewkes Huntington. He married Norma Arlean Elder and they later were divorced. He was a member of the LDS Church and worked as a ranch hand. Survivors include three sons and one daughter, Mrs. Keele, Pleasant Grove; Elaine E. Huntington, Midvale; Dennis Milton Huntington, Sacramento, Calif.; Jerry LaVar Huntington, Denver, Colo.; 19 grandchildren; three brothers and two sisters, Jesse Huntington, Huntington, Emery County; Hyrum A. Huntington, Ogden; Robert Huntington, Mrs. Ruland (Dora Marie) Nielsen and Mrs. Lee (Nettie Jane) Holladay, all of Salt Lake City. . Friends may call at the Mitchell Funeral Home in Price tonight and Wednesday at the chapel in Orangeville one hour prior to services. Alice P. Cox RICHFIELD - Funeral services for Alice Peterson Cox, 80, of Richfield, who died Sunday, will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Richfield First Ward Chapel. She was the mother of three Utah County residents. Mrs. Cox was born July 19, 1892 in Manti, a daughter of Andrew 0. and Anna Christiansen Peterson. She married Edgar Cox on Nov. 10, 1915 in the Manti Temple. Active in the LDS Church, she served as Relief Society worker, Primary counselor and Sunday School organist. Survivors include her husband, Richfield; three sons and four daughters, Mrs. Gordon (Ramona) Taylor, Lindon; Mrs. Dorothy Roylance and Milton A. Cox, both of American Fork; Ray E. Cox, Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. Allen (Virginia) Folsy, Cedar City; Mrs. DeLoy (Delia) Whitlock, Richfield; Arthur Lee Cox, San Francisco, Calif.; 23 grandchildren; 12 great- grandchildren, and one brother, Alvin Peterson, Fort Charlotte, Fla. Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at the Magleby Mortuary and Wednesday one hour before services. Burial will be in the Richfield City Cemetery. A. Tamiroff, Character Actor, Dies PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI)—Akim Tamiroff, who stayed behind when his Russian drama troupe made an American tour and became one of Hollywood's best known character actors, is dead. Tamiroff died Sunday in Desert Hospital at the age of 72 after a long illness, his wife Tamara announced Monday. Tamiroff was born in Baku, Russia. His brother, Lex, is still a drama critic in Moscow. He came to the United States with a touring Soviet drama group in 1923 and decided to stay. He toured with Al Jolson, was an instructor at the American Academy of Stage Makeup in New York—where one of his students was Katharine Hepburn—and appeared on Broadway. His first important movie was "Lives of a Bengal Lancer," and he appeared in "For Whom the Bell Tolls," "Tortilla Flat," "The Great McGinty," "Union Pacific" and "The Buccaneer," He was especially in demand for playing villains. He became a U.S. citizen in 1931 and went into semi- retirement in the Palm Springs area in the 1960s. Mary H. Wheeler MT. PLEASANT - Funeral services for Mary Hansen Wheeler, 58, Mt. Pleasant, who died Sunday of an illness in a Mt. Pleasant hospital, will be Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Mt. Pleasant Second Ward Chapel. She was the sister of two Utah County women. Mrs. Wheeler was born Sept. 1, _ 1914 in Sterling, Sanpete County' to George E. and Arlisha Funk Hansen. She married Lewis Wheeler on Oct. 29, 1954 in Sterling, and he died May 24, 1957. She was a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include her mother, Arlisha Larsen, Sterling; three brothers and five sisters, George E. Hansen and Don C. Larsen, both of Sterling; Lloyd Larsen, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Ben (Jean) Stott, Provo; Mrs. Arta Corbett, Orem; Mrs. Eugene (Marie) Dellanie, Gilroy, Calif.; Mrs. Murray (Norma) Christiansen, Mayfield, Sanpete County, and Mrs. Sydonia Rawleigh, Arcadia, Calif. Friends may call at the Ursen-' bach Funeral Home in Mt. Pleasant Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday one hour before services. Burial will be in the Sterling Cemetery. Vinal F. Petersen STOCKTON, Calif. Graveside services for Vinal Frank Petersen, 71, of Stockton, who died Sunday in a Salt Lake City hospital, will be Wednesday at noon in the Elysian Gardens in Salt Lake City. Mr. Petersen was the brother of Claude Petersen of Provo. He was born Nov. 16, 1900 in Salt Lake City, a son of James and Alice White Petersen. He married Venus M. Cooney in 1922 in Redwood, Calif., and they later were divorced. He was a member of the LDS Church. A graduate of Utah State University, he worked for many years for Remington-Rand Corp. Survivors include one son and a step-daughter, Robert F. Petersen, Fairfax, Calif.; Kathleen Petersen; three grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Claude Petersen, Provo; Glen Peterson, Logan, and Mrs. Marilyn Neff and Mrs. Belva Sullivan, both of Salt Lake City. Friends may call Wednesday at 372 E. 1st S. one hour prior to services. PROVO FLORAL DIAMONDS--THE MAGIC INGREDIENT IN A FASHION TIMEPIECE! Elgin, 8-diamond baguette bracelet watch, 17 jewels $ 1OC J. *m\J jRmK« Vte've got the whole world working for you. 62 West Center — I'rovo t-ivc convenient wiyi la buy: in|lCtuii;«: • iUli'' Cu>Mm GUI,/ • Hani AnH'iuj'J ' Mj'ti-r t hat NEW INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD near Ironton is now nearing completion. Paving work by Western Paving, Inc., Sprlngvllle, will probably be finished within a week. Paving of Industrial Park Road Nearly Completed, County Told Surfacing of the new industrial park road near Ironton is nearing completion, according to Utah County officials. . The new road, which extends through the industrial area in the vicinity of Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Co. and Reilly Tar and Chemical, will open up that area of the county for more industrial development, County Commissioner Paul Thorn stated at Monday's county commission Priscillo L. Pace RICHFIELD - Funeral services for Priscilla Leone Swen- • son Pace, 79, of Richfield, who died Sunday at her home, will be Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Richfield Fourth Ward Chapel. A native of Spanish Fork, she was born Nov. 12,1892 to John 0. and Priscilla Lewis Swenson. She married Vern Pace on June 24, 1914 in Provo, and the marriage was later solemnized in the Manti Temple. She taught school in her early life and was a member of the DUP. Active in the LDS Church, Mrs. Pace did a lot of temple work. Survivors include her husband, Richfield; two sons and one daughter, Ralph Swenson, Bicknell, Wayne County; Mack Swenson, Brawley, Calif.; Mrs. Warren (Priscilla) Anderson, Rio de Janeiro; 14 grandchildren; two brothers, Lewis Swenson, Provo, and Reid Swenson, Seeley, Mont. Friends may call at the Springer Mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday one hour before services. Burial will be in the Richfield City Cemetery. meeting. A progress report on the road was given the commissioners by Lavern D. Green, county surveyor. The road begins at the north Springville access to Interstate- 15, just a short distance east of the freeway. It runs northward, curving between the Pacific States and Reillys, and connecting with the road which now runs from Highway 91 to the office headquarters of Pacific States. Total length of the new route is 1.2 miles. Mr, Thorn said it would enable trucks traveling to and from the industrial area to go directly to the area without driving through Provo. The road is being built by Sumsion Construction of Springville, and the paving work is under the direction of Western Paving, Inc., a subsidiary of Sumsions. Paving work began at the south end and has now reached the area of Pacific States. District Training Meet Slated for Cub Leaders A Provo District training session for all adult Cub Scout leaders will be held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the Manavu Ward Chapel, 395 E. 6th N. In charge are Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rieske. On Wednesday, registration will begin at 7:15 p.m., followed by general session at 7:30 p.m., including a discussion on the Cub Scout program, its purpose, training cards and awards. At 8 o'clock, the den leaders will meet with Nanette Lamb for talks on planning the den program, and the pack leaders will meet with Bill Van Slyke to plan the pack program. On Thursday, also at 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lamb will conduct a meeting on "The Den Meeting —Den Operation." Gladys Gilson is den leader coach, Bart Harrison is Webelos leader and Louis McClellan is in charge of the cubmasters and pack management. At the general session on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Rieske will present the "Buckskin Award" at 7:30 p.m. The den leaders and pack leaders will meet in separate groups at 7:45 p.m. Stake cub directors will be in charge of the "Craft Seven Point Trail" discussion for den leaders, while Steven Joy will discuss "The Pack Meeting" for pack leaders. . Each evening refreshments will be served at 9:30. News Quiz Answers Appearing on page 3: PART I: 1-b; 2-c; 3-a; 4-halt; 5-a PARTII:l-d;2-a;3-e;4-b;5-c PART III: l-a;2-e;3-d;4-c;5- b SYMBOL QUIZ: 1-B; 2-1; 3-G; 4-F; 5-H; 6-D; 7-E; 8-C; 9-J; 10- A CHALLENGE: Terry Anne Meeuwsen of Wisconsin Are you a hazard to your wealth? Every lime you hold your paycheck in your hot little hand, you promise yourself to sal I something away. Bui man is weak. And what you want today seems a lot more important than worrying ahout what you'll need tomorrow. Quit kidding yourself. Join the Payroll Savings Plan where you work. It's easy. Just specify an amount you want set aside from your paycheck. Then that money is used to buy U.S. Savings Bonds. You never see the money, so the temptation to spend it is removed. And with every paycheck, your money grows. So when you need it, you'll find you've got a sizeable amount stashed away. Enough to help out with what tomorrow may bring. If you can't trust yourself, trust U.S. Sayings Bonds. Then you'll have a fund in your future. Take stock in America. Join the Payroll Savings Plan.

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