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Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Monday, April 7, 1975 Obituaries Walter Sutherland EUREKA - Walter John Sutherland, 71, of Eureka, died Sunday, April 6, 1975 at Utah Valley Hospital after a long illness. He was bom Feb. 1, 1904 in Eureka, a son of John and Lena Johnson Soderlund. He married Ila Holmes on June 28, 1934 in Eureka. He lived in Eureka all of his life, working in the mines there after attending Eureka schools. For 15 years, Mr. Sutherland was shift boss for Chief Consolidated Mining Co., and he later worked in the surveying and sampling department for Bear Creek Mine. He retired in 1969. Survivors include his widow, three sons and two daughters, Mrs. James (Ann) Anderson, Denver; Mrs. John (Sylvia) Campbell, John Sutherland, Craig Sutherland and Kerry Sutherland, all of Eureka; nine grandchildren; one brother and two sisters, Mrs. T.P. (Vinie) Costas, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Hilda Sweet, Orem, and Arthur Soderlund, Springville. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the United Methodist Church, Eureka. Friends may call at Walker Mortuary in Payson, 587 S. 100 W., Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. Burial will be in Eureka Qty Cemetery. Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY - Louise Glaqulnto, 49, died Saturday; funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m., St. Ambrose Church, 1985 S. 2300 E. C. Leone Toone'Salmon, 77, died Friday; funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., Twin Falls, Ida., Second Ward Chapel. Ruth M. Regan, 82, died Saturday; funeral mass Wednesday, 10 a.m., Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 670 S. 1100 E. Nina L. Jacobshagen, 90, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., 372 E. 100 S. Greta P. Peterson, 80, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m., 572 E. 100 S. Harry Jacob Taylor, eight-month-old son of Martin and Lynette Dcfa Taylor, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., 2128 S. State St. Leona T. Brown, 78, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m., 36 E. 700 S. SPRING CITY. Sanpete County - Unss L. Chrlstcnscn, 62, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., Spring City Ward Chapel. ORANGEVILLE, Emergy County Vera Reid Snow, 83, died Saturday; funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., Castle Dale, Emergy County, Ward Chapel. BRIGHAM CITY - Leonora Bonser, 69, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., St. Michael's Church. SANDY - Stanley Lester Crapo, 75, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday noon, Sandy First-Second-13th Ward Chapel, 201 N. 200 E. GARLAND, Box Elder County Joseph "Joe" Jose Antonio Vasquez, 75, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m., Garland Ward Chapel. •GRANTSVILLE, Tooele County - Francla-H. "Frank" Broadbent, 76, died Friday; funeral Tuesday noon, Grantsville First Ward Chapel. CEDAR CITY - Sarah May Chrlstopherson, 85, died Friday; funeral Tuesday, 2 p.m., 260 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City. BOUNTIFUL - Mary Peterson Clark, 53, died Friday; funeral Tuesday noon, Bountiful Orchard Stake Center, 3599 S. Orchard Drive. MT. PLEASANT - Euelnln Shomaker Baldwin, 52, died Friday; graveside services were held today. WILLARD, Box Elder County William Edgar Wells, 61, died Friday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., Willard Ward Chapel. The scorpion fish is equal to its name. The poisonous venom in its spines works on the nervous system and is extremely dangerous. San Francisco, Calif. Margaret Louise Mackay Graveside services will be held Tuesday 2 p.m. at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 1342 E. 5th St., Salt Lake City. Friends may meet at the cemetery. Provo Alfred Bernell Sturgis Funeral services were conducted today 11 A.M. in the Berg Mortuary of Provo. Interment Provo City Cemetery. Provo Christine Bernice Hutchinson Rodeback Funeral services were conducted today 2 P.M. in the Berg drawing room Chapel of Provo. Interment Orem City Cemetery. Salt Lake City Ruby Verla Heeler Thomas Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday 12 noon in the Cotton Wood 12th Ward Chapel 2080 East 5165 South in Salt Lake City. Interment Salt Lake City Cemetery. Coalinga, California William H. Berge Funeral Services pending and will be announced by Berg Mortuary of Provo. Alice B. Sorensen TALMAGE, Duchesne County — Funeral services will be Wednesday noon at Moon Lake LDS Chapel for Alice Burgener Sorensen, 64, who died Saturday, April 5, 1975 of complications following surgery in a Salt Lake hospital. Two relatives live in Utah County and a third in Wasatch county. She was born May 16, 1910 in Midway to John Jacob and Clara Dutchi Burgener. She married GJendon D. Sorensen on May 23, 1929 in the Manti LDS Temple. She was Talmage postmaster for 30 years. She is survived by her husband, two sons and three daughters, Marvin Ray Sorensen and Roy C. Sorensen, both of Talmage; Mrs. Keith (Belva) Rust, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Donald Larry (Dorothy) Price, Tabiona, Duchesne County, and Mrs. Don (Erma) Mayhew, Duchesne; 14 grandchildren; five brothers and three sisters, Reed Burgener, Orem; Edward Burgener, Center Creek, Wasatch County; William Burgener, Driggs, Ida.; Nephi Burgener, Pleasant Grove; Melvin Burgener, Las Vegas, Nev.; Clara Yokum, Alhambra, Calif.; Mary Weston, Driggs, Ida., and Lillie McQuivie, Lindon. Friends may call at Albin Mortuary, Roosevelt, on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m., and at the family home in Talmage Wednesday from 8 a.m. until sendee. Burial will be in Talmage Cemetery. Dora E. Newman SALT LAKE CITY — Funeral services were held today for Dora Wanderell Eggett Newman, 62, of 2957 S. Warr Road, who died Friday, April 4, 1975 of complications following surgery at a Salt Lake City hospital. Mrs. Newman was the mother of Gary Newman, Provo. She was born June 23, 1912 in Bountiful to Orson and Wandrella Boynton Eggett. She married Joseph H. Newman on Nov. 17,1937 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mrs. Newman was active in the LDS Church. Survivors include her husband; four sons and two daughters, Gary Newman, Provo; J. Richard Newman, Lincoln, Neb.; Sandy Newman and Jay Newman, both of Salt Lake City; Mrs. 0. Clyde (Dianne) Hardman, Anaheim, Calif.; and Mrs. Dan (Cherrie) Dyer, Kaysville; 11 grandchildren; one brother and two sisters, Mrs. J. Alma (Lavaun) Gertsch, Mrs. Frank L. (Laura) Ldndquist and L. Leo Eggett, all of Salt Lake City. Burial was in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Warren Tonks SPRINGVILLE '- Funeral services for Warren Tonks, 77, of Springville, who died of a heart attack Saturday, April 5, 1975 in Utah Valley Hospital, will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Kolob Stake Center in Springville. Bishop Eldon Reese of the 15th Ward will officiate. Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at Wheeler Mortuary and at the mortuary Tuesday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. It had been announced incorrectly that friends could call at the stake center Tuesday. Water Board Elections Set The board of directors of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District is to hold its annual meeting Thursday at 3:30 p.m. with a regular directors meeting set for 1:30 p.m. At the amual meeting, the board is expected to elect new board officers as part of the annual business. The meeting is to be at the district's headquarters building at 355 West 1300 South, Orem. 85 Edit 300 Soufh, Provo 0 Ph. 373-6668 Spanish Fork Vera Murphy Services were held today at 11 a.m. in the Spanish Fork Stake House, with burial in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery. Eureka Walter Sutherland Services will be held Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. in the United Methodist Chapel in Eureka. Friends call Tuesday from 6-8 at the Walker Mortuary of Payson. Burial Eureka City Cemetery. John A. Burns, Former Hawaii Governor, Dies HONOLULU (UPI) - Hawaii's flags flew at half staff today to honor John A. Burns, a three-time governor who calmed anti-Japanese hysteria during World War II and became the architect of the island chain's statehood. Gov. George Ariyoshi ordered a 30-day mourning period for the state's most powerful Democrat, who died Saturday after a long battle with cancer of the colon at age 66. Burns' body will lie in state in the Capitol rotunda for a 24- hour period beginning Tuesday. Burial was scheduled for Wednesday at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, a mammoth internment site in a dormant volcanic crater overlooking the Capitol. The Montana-born Burns moved to Hawaii in 1913, attended the University of Hawaii briefly and then became a policeman. He quickly moved to the rank of captain and was in charge of state security when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. He worked tirelessly behind- the-scenes to prevent the wartime jailing of Hawaii's large population of Japanese- Americans. Ralph Frederickson CHICO, Calif. — Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Vernon Tooele County, LDS Ward Chapel for Ralph V. Fredrickson, 46, former Vernon resident, who died of cancer Friday, April 4, 1975 in a Chico hospital. A daughter lives in Provo. He was born March 19, 1929 in Tooele, a son of Joseph James and Agnes M. Larson Fredrickson. He married Inez Theobald on Sept. 9, 1955 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was a veteran ot World War II and a graduate of Brigham Young University. He was a design engineer for Rex Nord Co. in Chico. Surviving are his widow, two sons and four daughters, Maren Fredrickson, Provo; Leon, Terryl, Annette, Lynne and Marc Fredrickson, all of Chico; brothers and sisters, Deverial and Kenneth Fredrickson, both of Vernon; Mrs. Sherman (Arline) Lindholm, Tooele, and Mrs. Lloyd (Florence) Palfreyman, Salt Lake City. Friends may call at the ward chapel prior to services. Burial will be in the Vernon Cemetery. Benjamin C. Smith SANTAQUIN - Benjamin Clive Smith, 76, died Saturday, April 5,1975 at the Terrace Villa Convalescent Home in Salt Lake City. Mr. Smith was for a short time a recent resident of Tooele and Granger. He was born Feb. 23, 1899 at Santaquin, to James Joseph Smith and Susan L. Mathis. He married Martha Margaret Ewell on Aug. 4, 1923 in Santaquin and the marriage was solemnized later in the Salt Lake Temple. She died in April, 1971. Mr. Smith was a retired farmer and mechanic's helper. Survivors include two sons and a daughter, Karl C. Smith, Granger; Leland Bpyd Smith, Lehi, and Mrs. Gloria Thomas, American Fork; a sister, Mrs. Elvem Corbbet, Salt Lake City; 16 grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Santaquin LDS Stake Center. Friends may call at Rigby Mortuary, Payson, tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock and at the stake center Tuesday from noon until services begin. Burial will be in the Santaquin City Cemetery. Charles E. Tillotson OGDEN — Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. this morning for Charles E. Tillotson, 84, of Ogden, who died Friday, April 4, 1975 of a sudden heart attack. Two daughters live in Utah County. Mr. Tillotson was born April 7, 1890 in Brigham City, to Charles and Charlotte Laura Squires Tillotson. He married Alta Lenora Shurtliff on Feb. 2, 1916, in the Logan LDS Temple. He taught art at Weber Normal College. He was the founder and manager of Ogden Engraving Co. He also farmed and raised dairy cows, and he managed an apartment building. He was an active member of the LDS Church. Survivors include his widow and four daughters, Mrs. E. A. (Ruth) Sandgren, Provo; Mrs. W. Kay (Margaret) Anderson, Orem; Mrs. Hugh (Sarah) Allred, Bountiful; and Mrs. Roger (Charlotte) Burgoyne, Tempe, Ariz.; 27 grandchildren; 16great-grandchildren. Services were held at Larkin Mortuary, Ogden, and burial was at Ogden City Cemetery. Ferrin L. Manwill BOUNTIFUL - Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday for Ferrin LaMar Manwill, 83, of 523 N. Main St., Bountiful, who died Sunday, April 6, 1975, in a Bountiful rest home. He was born Nov. 22, 1891 in Benjamin, to James Albert and Lucy Taylor Manwill. He married Mary Elizabeth Flavel on Sept. 15, 1913, in Provo. The marriage was solemnized later in the Logan LDS Temple. She died Oct. 21,1969. He worked as a grain broker and was a former Idaho State senator. Survivors include a son and two daughters, Don F. Manwill, Boise; Mrs. John (Lois) M. Larsen, Salt Lake City; and Mrs. Bruce (Ila) M. Ryan, Bountiful; 15 grandchildren, and three great - grandchildren. Tuesday's funeral will begin at 1 p.m. at the Richfield, Ida., LDS Chapel, where friends may call an hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Richfield Cemetery. THESE NINE BOYS, sponsored by Geneva Works, are among 22 Explorer presidents from Utah National Parks Council attending the national congress for Explorers in Washington, D.C., this week. From left are Jeff Thatcher, Springville; Codl White, Payson; Ronald Roberts, Lehi; Philip Patten, Orem; Mart Holdaway, Pleasant Grove; Newell Kitchen, American Fork; Kerry Graves, Springville; Rogan Taylor, Orem and Daniel Peay, Spanish Fork. With them Is Leonard J. Harris, a Geneva employee from Springville, advisor to the group. Local Scout Leaders in Washington Twenty-two boys from this area are attending the Utah National Parks Council Explorer Presidents Congress in Washington, D.C. Also attending is a council leader, Leonard J. Harris of Springville, who is serving as the boys' advisor. The boys include Brent D. Anderson 15, and Frank 0. Allen, 17, Provo; Martin R. Clark, 18, Taylor M. Duncan, 16, Philip D. Patten, 17, Rogan Taylor, 17, and Gary Warwood, 16, all of Orem; Kerry Graves, 15, Mapleton, and Craig Hitchcock, 15, John W. Manwaring, Jerald T. Pratt, 18, Jeff J. Thatcher, 17, and Richard Vincent, 15, all of Springville. In addition, there are Don Hansen, 15, and Newell Kitchen, 15, of American Fork; Mark E. Hogan, 16, Bryce Sheffield, 18, and Codi White, 16, all of Payson; Mart Holdaway, 15, Pleasant Grove; Daniel R. Peay, 16, Spanish Fork; Keith Price, 18, Heber City, and Ronald L. Roberts, 16, Lehi. Girls Learning Home Living SPANISH FORK - Senior girls of the Home Living Class at Spanish Fork High School are learning to care for young children by actual experience. They bring their nephews and nieces to school and learn for an hour each day how to care for them. According to instructor, Rosena Heal, this class is an attempt to help girls learn the responsibilities of marriage. She added, "this may be the only formal training some of the girls may have." JOYCE LARSEN AND GREG SMITH were crowned at Springville High School's Junior Prom festivities as "Junior Prom Royalty." Themed "I Need You," the affair was held in the Utah County Building in Provo over the weekend. Kaye Whiting wrote the assembly program seen earlier in the day. Class officers — Jim Pratt, Jackie Holmes, David Nance and Tricia Erdmann — were in charge of the event. Lehi Approves Buying State-Owned Property By BETTY PARKER LEHI — City council has approved purchase of state-owned property in the city for $13,050. The property is located between 200 West and 300 West from 900 North to the property line of homes in the 1000 North area. About 1.8 acres are involved in the transaction, officials claim. Under the agreement, the property will be restricted to recreational use for the first 20 years. Births at Utah Valley Hospitals UORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL April 7: Girl to Charles and Debra Sue Price Thomas, 336 N. 100 W., Provo Girl to Orson K. and Linda Jakeman Richmond. 383 E. 800 N., Provo Boy to M. Rich and Susan Marvell Hobbs Walpole, Box 70, Springville RD April 6: Boy to Brad and Rafaela Dallapozza Kelly, 548 E. 300 S.. Provo. Girl to Don and Barbara Lee Wood, 580 E. 400 N., Spanish Fork. Boy to Jonathon H and Sherrie Uudmundson llulme, 265 E 200 N , No. 17. Provo Boy to Abraham and Cathy Sweet Giladi, 1647 N. 1460 N . Provo Hoy to Paul H. and Julie Allen Dunn 194 E. 1000 S . Orem. Boy to Dennis and Viola West Farnsworth, 515 N. 550 E., Orem. Boy to David and Beverly Barron Williford, 1040 W. 400 N., Orem Girl to Gary Lee and Marilyn Joyce Carter Adams, 5C-291, Wymount Terrace. Provo. Boy to Theron and Barbara Madsen Mooseman, 373 N. 600 E., Orem. Boy to Garold and Elaine Davis Batton 631 E. 660 N., Orem. Boy to S. Reed and Katherine Bocker Madsen, 443 K. 1600 S., No. 1, Orem. Girl to Jeffery and Janet Davis Roberts. 906 E. 440 N., Springville. Boy to Jeffery and Brooke Dudley Keith, 595 Stadium Ave., Provo. Girl to Bertrand and Elaine Roach Peterson, 639 E 300 N., Spanish Fork. Girl to Darrell and Renee Bjerke Roberts, 242 N. 300 E., Provo. Boy to John and Glenda Morlock Taylor, 445 W. 500 N., No. 19, Provo. April 5: Girl to Neal and Cindy Robinson llenrie, 430 W. 200 N., No, 4, Provo. Boy to William and Jaylene Weight Brown, 328 S. 200 E., Springville. Boy to Rudy and Karen McCuistion Anderson, 544 N. 400 E., No. 3, Provo. Girl to Robert and Ila Anne Shepherd Hulce. 263 E. 200 S., Springville. AT AMERICAN FORK HOSPITAL March 2S: Boy to Jay and Joyce Bowden Magnusson, Grove. 535 E. 300 N., Pleasant March 28: Girl to Brent and Kelly Workmen McDaniel, American Fork RD2, Box 362. Girl to Ken and Mary Swenson Thompson, 1100 N. 497 W., Pleasant Grove. Girl to Robert and Karla Shipley Zufelt, Box 274, American Fork. March 27: Girl to Gerald and Cindy Francom Pace, 532 E. 300 N., Pleasant Grove. Girl to Claude Nile and Gloria Madsen Thacker, PO Box 23, Kamas. Boy to Merlin and Regina Hansen Yost, 41 S. 500 W., Provo. Boy to Kevin and Johanna Knoeppel Anderson, 347 E. 1500 S.. Orem. March 26: Boy to Grant and Bonnie Atwood Bateman, 838 E. 450 N., American Fork. Girl to Stephen and Barbara Stoneman Madsen, 396'W. 600 N., American Fork. Girl to Sharell and Sharee Frampton Carlson, Pleasant Grove RD 1, Box 444. March 25: Girl to Michael and Beth Allred Larson, American Fork RD, Box 166-9. Girl to Fred and Diane Grace Boren, 58 S. 300 W., Lehi. Girl to Stephen and Christi Bishop Denier, 1321 E. 150 N., Pleasant Grove. March 24? Boy to Elvin and Elizabeth Garreson Tanner, Pleasant Grove RD 1, Box 196-A. Girl to Claude and Christine Menn Lemph, American Fork RD 1, Box 488-1. Boy to Michael and Lee Ada Richard Pulsipher, 210 N. Robinson, American Fork. March 23: Girl to Thomas and Rebecca Hill Kummer, 894 N. State St., No. 59, Orem. In other business, council has approved a citywide cleanup on April 19 and May 8-10. National guardsmen will assist in picking up the trash and junk autos will be removed, city officials said. Council also approved purchase of two electronic oil switches for the substation at a cost of $5,300, and appointed Norene Kopinsky and Kenneth Whimpey to the Lehi Personnel Board to study the merit system and job requirements for all city jobs. Gilbert Mardee Austin has been accepted by the city as a reserve police officer and Christine Worthen, Sherrie Penrod, Brent Dorton, Collette Russon, Todd Nelson and Mike Ellison have been appointed to the Youth Advisory Committee. I Date ( I Book I Tuesday PROVO CITY COMMISSION meeting — Tuesday, City Building, 7:30 p.m. OREM CITY COUNCIL meeting — Tuesday, City Building, 7 p.m. PROVO BOARD OF EDUCATION meeting Tuesday, 280 W. 940 N., 7:30 p.m. MIDWAY PLANNING COMMISSION meeting Tuesday, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. AMERICAN FORK CITY COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, City Hall, 8 p.m. NEBO SCHOOL BOARD meeting — Tuesday, District Offices, Spanish Fork, 6 p.m. PROVO EXCHANGE CLUB meeting — Tuesday, Royal Inn, Noon. UTAH COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION meeting, commission office, 7:30 p.m. Divorces Fra'nces M. Van Ausdal from William Jack Van Ausdal. Norman Robert Cole from JoAnn Cole. Terry Jo Magness from Michael Sheldon Magness. Linda H. Johnson from Merrill Heber Johnson. Brighten up your home this Spring With potted plants ROHBOCK SONS FLORAL 1042 S. St., Orem - 225-3100 SMITH-CORONA CONSUMER PRODUCTS DIVISION THE BEESLEY BURIAL VAULT The ultimate in protection. 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