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Page 4-THE HERALD. Provo, Utah, Sunday, August 12, 1973 Merrill I. Jacobson Merrill I. Jacobson, 50, died early Saturday at Utah Valley Hospital following a brief illness. His home was at 1562 N. State, Orem. He was born Jan. 9, 1923, in Ephraim, Utah, the son of Ivan and Christella Johansen Jacobson, He married Bettie Ottosen, June 28, 1946, in Salt Lake City. He received his education in Ephraim schools and attended Snow College. He served with the 82nd Airborne Division in the U.S. Air Force in Germany during World War II. He was commander of the American Legion in Ephraim and was a member of VFW of Orem. He was instrumental in bringing the L and M Trailer Manufacturing Company to Ephraim. He was owner and manager of Corbet Trailer Sales Co. in Orem for the past 17 years. He lived in Utah all his life and' was an avid sportsman. He was a member of the Orem Chamber of Commerce. Surviving are his widow, Ephraim, one son and two daughters; Craig Merrill 'Jacobson and Mrs, Jim (Pamela) Dain, both of Orem; and Mrs, Tom (Vickie) Georgelas of Washington, D.C.; three grandchildren; his father, Heber; and one brother, Mont Jacobson, Ephraim; mother-in-law, Mrs. Arta Ottosen Corbet of Orem. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, at 4 p.m. at the Orem 34th Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Sundberg Olpin Mortuary Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and prior to services Tuesday at the church. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery with full military rites, Berg Mortuary Services 373-1841 Provo Myrtle Elizabeth Johnson Funeral services will be conducted Monday at H A.M. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the Mortuary Sunday evening from 6 to 8 and Monday prior to services. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Dr. 0.0. Hansen Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 P.M. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the Mortuary Sunday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. and Monday prior to the services. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Obituaries Waldo Ray Dean Dr. O. D. Hansen Kevin Harris MERIDIAN, Ida. — Kevin Harris, 17, of Provo died Friday from injuries he suffered in a motor bike-car accident in Meridian. He was born Aug. 10, 1956 in Van Nuys, Calif., the son of Errchel Farrel and Eunice Bentz Harris. The youth was an Eagle Scout and had earned his duty to God Award. He was a graduate of Farrer Junior High School and would have been a senior at Provo High School this fail. He was an active member of the Provo Seventh LDS Ward. Survivors include his mother, of Provo; three brothers and six sisters, Steven Harris, Kimball Harris, Richard Harris, Mrs. Ben K. (Sonia) Adams, all of Provo; Sylvia Harris, Starla Harris and Christine Harris, all of Provo; Susan Harris, attending language Training Mission School in Provo; grandparents, Mr. and, Mrs. Carl Bent/., of Lucile, Ida.; and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Harris, Eagle, Ida. Funeral services will be held in the Eagle LDS Ward, Eagle, Ida., on Monday at 2:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Eagle City Cemetery. KVANSTUN, Wyo. — Kuneral services for Waido Ray Dean, 62, of Evanston who died Thursday of a heart attack will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Gilbert Bills Funeral Home in Evanston. He was the father of Richard Dean of Provo. He was born Dec. 28, 1910 in Lyman, a son to Stephen and Dorothy Olcnd Dean. On June 29, 1932, he married Louise Porter in Ogden. The marriage was later solemnized in the LDS Temple. He was an engineer on the Union Pacific Railroad. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen and a member of the Union Pacific Old Timer's Club No. 20. Survivors include his widow, three sons and a daughter, Dr. Allan Dean, Tucson; Richard Dean, Provo; Maj. Dee Jay Dean, Germany; Mrs. J.R. iChloe) Reider, Los Angeles; seven grandchildren; three brothers and three sisters, DeWayne Dean, Stephen Dean, Mrs. Clarence (Sarah) Moon, and Aria Dean, all of Evanston; Shervin 0. Dean, Ogden; and Mrs. Wilford (Thea) Call, I.ayton, Utah. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday an hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Evanston City Cemetery. Jay L. Wright PHEONIX — Funeral services were held for Jay L. Wright, 54, of Phoenix who died Aug. 4 of a heart attack. He was the father of Mrs. Joyce Gardner, Spanish Fork. He was born in Upton, Utah and was a former Salt Lake City resident. Survivors include his widow, Norine C. Wright, Phoenix; a son and two daughters, Lynn C. Wright, Phoenix; Mrs. Judy Hill, Tucson; Mrs. Joyce Gardner, Spanish Fork; 10grandchildren; and brothers and sisters. Myrtle G. Johnson Myrtle Gronemann Johnson, 80, of 1132 S. 1100 W., Provo, died Thursday at her home, a victim of cancer. She was born in Provo on March 9, 1893, a daughter to George and Amanda Elizabeth Peay Gronemann. On Nov. 25, 1914 she married Bert D. Johnson in Provo. He died June 11,1969. She was a lifelong resident of Provo and was educated in the Provo City Schools, A member of the LDS Church, she was a Relief Society visiting teacher for 50 years. She also served as president of the Sunset Ward Relief Society, and worked in the Sunday School and Primary organizations. She received her endowments in the Salt Lake LDS Temple in 1970. Her hobbies were gardening, quilting, and fishing. She is survived by three sons and two daughters, George S. Johnson, Renton, Wash.; Arnold N. Johnson. Myton, Utah; Garold G. (Dick) Johnson and Mrs. Vard (Phyllis) Moulton, both of Provo; and Mrs. Everett (Elaine) Coon of Vernal; 27 grandchildren; 15 great- grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Anna G. Goold, Mrs. Florence G. Graehl, and Mrs. Ole C. (Grace) Anderson, all of Provo; Mrs. Reed C. (Gladys) Averett. Springville; and Mrs. V.E. (Elda) Slater, Murray. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel where friends may call tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock and on Monday an hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. « Varley Reunion Descendants of William Varley Jr. and his wife. Harriet Parkin .Varley, will meet Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. at Scera Park Pavillion in Orem. Every family should bring its own picnic supper. 95 East 300 South, Provo Ph. 373-6668 Provo Pon C. McFate Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 P.M. in the Provo 6th Ward Chapel located at 300 West and 300 South. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. KEARNS — Dr. Oscar Devere Hansen, 70, a former Provo dentist, who lived at 5636 S. 4500 W., Kearris at the time of his death, died in a Salt Lake City hospital following a long illness. He was born in Fairview on June 13, 1903, the son of Dr. Oscar Keilgaard and Helena Anderson Hansen. On April 12, 1927 he married Edna Haynes. They were later divorced. He then married Jane Dawson Woods on July 14,1939 in Payson. She died July 31,1965. He attended Provo High School, Brigham Young High School, BYU and the University of Southern California Dental School in Los Angeles where he graduated in 1927 and was a member of Xi Psi Phi the national dental fraternity. He practiced general dentistry in Provo from Aug. 1927 to 1955 when he retired and moved to Kearns. He served as president of the Utah County Dental Association for two terms and as secretary for one term. He was an honorary life member of the American Dental Association and the state and local associations. He was on the dental staff of the Utah Valley Hospital and served as dentist in charge at the Utah State Hospital from 1934 to 1944. He wa a member of the Riverside Country Club and the American Boxer Dog Society. Survivors include five sisters, Mrs. J.L. (Ruth) Hibbert, Mesa, Ariz.; Margaret Hansen and Mrs. R.B. (Theresa) Hammond, both of Salt Lake City; Mrs. F.J. (Caroline) Torrance, Erie, Pa.; and Mrs. Harry T. (Genevieve) Evans, Long Beach, Calif.; four nephews and three nieces. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, where friends may call tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock and on Monday an hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Merle T. Garrett LEHI — Funeral services fpr Merle Thornton Garrett, 74, of Lehi, who died Friday in an American Fork hospital after a long illness, will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Wing Mortuary where friends may call Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday prior to services. Celestine Pool Mystery Solved Mrs. Garrett was born Nov. 13, 1898 in Pinto Washington County, a daughter to Edmond Taylor and Jennie Sargent Thornton. On June 24,1919 she married Ernest B. Garrett in the St. George LDS Temple. A member of the LDS Church, she served as a Primary Stake Board member; president of Primary and of the Relief Society organizations. She was a member of the Chantante Chorus. She is survived by her husband; a son and two daughters, Ernest T. Garrett, Las Vegas, Nev.; Mrs. J.B. (Udine) Cooper, Lehi; Mrs. Jerry (Julia Adell) Chadwick, Grand Junction, Colo.; seven grandchildren; a great- grandchild; three brothers and tour sisters, Rex Garrett, and Phil Garrett, both of Salt Lake City. Max Garrett. Phoenix: Mrs. Julia LeCheminant, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Gerald (Ada) Hall. Mrs. Ora Price and May Thornton, all of Cedar City. Burial will be in the Lehi Cemetery. Don C. McFate Don Curtis McFate, 16, of 431 W. 200 S. Provo died Thursday of injuries suffered when hit by a train in Provo. He was born August 17. 1956 in in Mojave, California a son of Coyle Jack and Ethel May Kuehnle McFate. He had attended schools in Phoenix, Philadelphia, & Provo and at the time of his death was a student at the Provo High School. He was active in the LDS Church and while living in Philadelphia he worked at the Veterans Hospital. He is survived by his mother of Provo, and two brothers, Ronald Gale McFate of Provo. and Alan Gale McFate of Fountain Valley, Calif.; grandparents. Mr. Don J. McFate, Pleasant Grove, Utah, and Mrs. Ethel M. Kuchnlc, of Philadelphia, Pa. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Provo (ith Ward Chapel with Bishop Lynn Wride officiating. Arrangements are being coordinated by Walker Mortuary. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Wanda Steed OGDEN — Funeral services for Wanda Mae Fields Steed, 69, of Ogden, who died Thursday in a Roy hospital of natural causes will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in theLarkin Chapel of the Dawn. She was a sister to Mrs. Victor (Viola) Roman, of Spanish Fork. Mrs. Steed was born May 3, 1904 in Pleasant View, Utah County which has now become part of Provo. She was born to William J. and Annie Jensen Fields. On Oct. 1, 1949 she married Marion S. Steed in Ogden. She was a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include a son and daughter, Robert Steed and Betty Steed, both of California; a grandchild; two great-grandchildren; two brothers and five sisters, John E. Steed, Oakland, Calif.; William Steed, Alameda, Calif.; Mrs. Victor (Viola) Roman, Spanish Fork; Mrs. F.C. (Gladys) Langmacher, Indian Hills, Colo.;Mrs. Henry (Lucille) Garcia, San Francisco; Mrs. J. (Jolis) Luciani, Daly City,.Calif.; and Mrs. Edna Crabtree, Sparks, Nev. Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. Burial will be in the Aultorest Memorial Park. Utah Obituaries SALT UKK CITY - Ella Walker i-ewis, 96, died Thursday; funeral Monday 10:30 a.m.. Spilsbury and Graff Mortuary, Cedar City. George Prior Cox. 63. died Friday: funeral Monday, noon at 260 K. South Temple. William Henry Harward, 69. died Wednesday; funeral was Saturday. William Ifonard Strong, Jr.; 47. died Wednesday; funeral was Saturday. James Jonathan White, five, died Thursday, funeral Monday. I p.m.. in the Park City U)S Ward. Park Qty. SIGUKI). Sevier County — Clarence F. Moses, 82. died Thursday; funeral Monday at 1 p.m.. in the Sigurd I J)S Ward Chapel. OGDKN - tester Karl Hunnel. 65. died Thursday: funeral Monday at 1 p.m.. in the lindquist and Sons Mortuary. Norman G. Wells, 71, died Thursday; funeral Monday II a.m. Ixirkin Chapel of the Dawn. Galdys Darker llobinson. 76. died Thursday, funeral Monday at 11 a.m.. Chapel of Flowers Mortuary. BKNNION - Ownc Wilford Barrett, Jr.. 52. died Friday: funeral Tuesday at 1 p.m.. at-KiOS. Redwood Kd. HKAVKH - Cleo J. Morris. (B. died Wednesday: graveside services Monday at II a.m.. Ml. View Cemetery. Beaver. CF.DAK CITY - Ivy Victoria Winn McXJarry, 78. died Thursday: funeral Monday, 1 p.m., in Cedar City Kighth LDS Ward Chapel. TCOELE - William Steven Biekmore, 21. died Thursday: funeral Monday at 3 p.m. In the Toocle LDS Stake Center. Donald Lynn Hosenburg, 21. died Thursday, funeral Mwxiav. noon. Tootle •ith-l Ith LDS Ward. Express Sympathy with a Beautiful Arrangement ROHBOCK SONS FLORAL 1042 S. State Orem 225-3100 BIBiLlT MIMORIALS 90Yaarfoffxp«rlenct in iht Crtatipn of Monvmtntt jmd Mack«tt> Exceptional Saving*!' BEESLEY MONUMENT & VAULT 725 South Stati Provo, Utah Phow 374-0580 So now we know why the "Celestine Pool" marker came to be placed at the northeast corner of First North and 500 West, Provo. Friday night, following the Daily Herald ftont page story, complete with a picture of the junior sized monument, a call was received at the Herald office from Duane Forsyth. Ruphas J. Averett SPRINGVILLE - Ruphas J. Averett, 84, of Springville, died Friday at his home of natural causes. He was born March 24,1889, in Springville, the son of Judathan Hardy and Alice Farnsworth Averett. He married Frankie Ignore Nagle June 28, 1916 at Salt, Lake City. Mr. Averett was a member of the LDS Church holding the office of Elder. He was a retired farmer and cattleman. He had also been employed by Utah County as a road supervisor, by Springville City, Springville Livestock Assn., and Kolob Lumber Co. Survivors include his widow of Springville; two sons and one daughter, Keith Howard Averett, Alton Wendell Averett, and Mrs. Robert (Renee) Snyder all of Springville; ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 1 p.m. in the Springville Stake Center with Bishop C.O. Ward of the Springville 16th Ward officiating. Friends may call at Wheeler Mortuary tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock or Monday prior to the service. Burial will be in Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Two Women Injured in Auto Crash One woman underwent surgery at Utah Valley Hospital and another .suffered a temporary loss of memory as the result of a collision at the intersection of 200 E. Center St. Saturday at about 11:15 a.m. For a short time after the accident, Mary Breinholt Andrus, 24, couldn't remember that she had been married the day before^ to Wayne Andrus, who was driving one of the cars involved. They live at 1065 E. 560 N., Provo. Mrs. Reza (Azar) Alijanian, 26, of 340 W. 920 S., Provo, who was driving the other car, suffered injuries to her-face and underwent surgery at Utah Valley Hospital later in the afternoon. Her son, a passenger, received a bump on the head but was released from the hospital. •Provo City Police are investigating the incident. Clocks with simple pine cabinets, made by early American blacksmiths or carpenters, are worth thousands of dollars today. He was the former owner of the service station located on that corner and confessed that about seven years ago he put the marker there. He said that he had been having trouble with people cutting the corner and running over his shrubs and plants. Every other attempt he made to maintain the landscaping there seemed to fail. Then he took a trip to Yellowstone Park. It was there he found the small monument which he said had been discarded by the park officials. It had been used to mark a pool called the Celestine Pool. But when the pool dried Retiring Scoutmaster Being Honored Today By VERLAINE ALLEN AMERICAN FORK - After 26 years in scouting, Andy Block is retiring as scoutmaster of Troop 12, sponsored by the American Fork Third LDS Ward. An open house honoring Andy will be held today at his home, 475 N. 300 W., from Up5 p.m. Mr. Block has achieved many awards, and his troops and "his boys" have compiled an enviable record. A Silver Beaver. Andy has received nine Scoutmaster Honor Certificates; and five of his troops have been named in the "Top Fifty" troops of the LDS Church. Many residents of the county have had contact with • Andy Block and his scouts, some perhaps without knowing it. His troops have been responsible for many conservation projects in the American Fork area. About 10 years ago, Christmas trees used to be gathered by the city and burned. At Mr. Bock's suggestion, scouts gathered them and used them in conservation projects, such as filling in gullies to prevent erosion. His scouts also have planted trees, maintained a mile of deer hunting trail assigned them by the Forest Service, and initiated a project of filling in "Yukies' Hollow." Another service project carried out by his troops was helping people carry flowers to graves on Decoration Day. Many groups have enjoyed outings at Iverson's Hollow, Andy and his scouts received permission to "pioneer" the hollow by building bridges, clearing underbrush and making the area a little bit nicer. Mrs. Polly Block said she'll miss many things about her husband's scoutmaster calling. She said she might miss having birdhouses built in her livingroom on Christmas Eve, or missing an anniversary celebration so her husband could help a boy pass a merit badge test; or perhaps she'll miss having her sheets cut up and hemmed on her kitchen table for first aid demonstrations. She said she'i'l probably miss preparing menus and shopping lists for up to 25 people at a time for camping trips. She also thinks it won't be long before her husband is active in another phase of scouting. BYU Students Finding Job Opportunities Up Expanded businesses in the Provo-Orem area have increased significantly the opportunities for BYU students to find part-time employment during the fall and winter semesters. This observation was made by Don Lyman, campus employment supervisor, whose office handles some 5,700 part-time jobs on campus for students and helps also to find off-campus jobs. Although many of the 5,000 off-campus jobs are obtained by students themselves directly with the employer, the campus employment office is another contact point for local merchants to find part-time workers. With more than 40 per cent of the student body working some time during the year, competition seems to be keen for almost every position because there are more people seeking part-time work than there are jobs available, Mr Lyman said. Reserved for Students BYU reserves as much work as possible for students on a part-time basis, as do many off-campus employers. "However, there is not a large number of openings because some positions involve a continuance of work or rehiring of those who have worked previously in a certain position," Mr. Lyman emphasized. "Students with employment skills and work experience usually far better than inexperienced applicants," he noted. Girls especially need skills such as shorthand and typing to obtain jobs since there are relatively few unskilled jobs for them. Basic jobs available in the area include stenographic, clerical, sales, domestic, custodial, labor, trades, agricultural, gardening, and food services. 20 Hours Limit Students on campus are allowed to work an average of 15 to 20 hours each week — but no more than 20 hours because of time required for school work. An average monthly income ranges from $100 to $150, with payment on campus made twice monthly. Mr. Lyman suggested that in order to ob'tain a part-time job, a student should have a favorable class schedule that includes a block of several hours free of classes during the daytime and coming at the same time each day. up, there was no need for the marker. So Mr. Forsyth brought the marker home and put it on the corner. It worked wonders. As luck would have it, he says the first Provoan to run over it was Mayor Verl G. Dixon who blew a tire on his car in the process. Provo Board Of Education Sets Agenda The Provo Board of Education will wade through an unusually long list of items on its monthly agenda when it meets Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the district offices. Among the things to be considered by the board are the annual financial report, school fees in secondary schools, dress and grooming standards, sections of a new policy manual for the board, and a revised study of the availability of building funds for a new high school. Other agenda items will be a discussion of heating oil limitations and a review of back to - school acitivities. The board will also consider changes in elementary school boundaries which will take effect immediately this fall. Poverty Line Is Going Up WASHINGTON (UPI) - The government's poverty line—the level of income below which a family is considered impoverished—has gone up like everything else. The Labor Department said Tuesday it has reset the poverty line at $4,300 a year for a non- farm family of four. This is $100 over the last guideline published in December, 1972. MONUMENTS MARKERS-VASES. WALKER MONUMENT 565 N. State St., Orem 224-1181 FIRST TO LLOYD'S THEN BACK-TO-SCHOOL WITH THAT NEW SCM ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER SUMMIT K09 ELECTRIC CALCULATOR - $ 129 50 $ 77 50 Rental Purchase Plan Lloyd's Typewriter Co 324 West Center St, Provp, Utah FILM FINISHING SPECIAL 20-Exposure Slide or 8-mm Movie If you've been on vacation and have loti of movies and pictures waiting to be processed ... bring them in for tap quality processing. 36-Exposure Slide We give top quality at such low prices! ONLY ONLY PRICES EFFECTIVE AT ALL STORES Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

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