The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 14, 1975 · Page 4
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Page 4-THE HERALD, Prove, Utah. Monday, April 14, 1975 Obituaries Mary E. Walton Grace D. Shosted WEST COVINA, Calif. Funeral services for Mary F'earl Ellis Walton, 82, of West Covina, who died of causes incident to age Friday, April 11. 1975 in a West Covina nursing home, were held today in the La Puente Stake Center. Mrs. Walton was the sister of two Utah County residents. She was born April 30, 1892 in Wellington, Carbon County, to David Moroni and Sophronia Ann Jackson Ellis. She married Rex Bissell Walton on Oct. 25, 1913 in Salt Lake City, and he died March 4,1945. Survivors include two sons, Vaughn Walton, West Covina, and Ronald Walton, Ellensburg, Wash.; 22 grandchildren; 35 great - grandchildren; four brothers and two sisters, Mrs. John (Grace) Pinegar, Spanish Fork; Ross Ellis, Mapleton; Mrs. D. B. (Eva) Green, Tremonton, Box Elder County; David Ellis, Ellensburg; Lynwood Ellis, Ogden, and Elwin Ellis, Salt Lake City. Russell G. Allen HYRUM, Cache County — Funeral services will be Tuesday noon at the Hyrum LDS Stake Center for Russell Gale Allen, 77, who died in a Logan nursing home Saturday, April 12, 1975 after a long illness. He was the father to Reed R.Allen of Provo. He was born Nov. 8, 1897 in Hyrum to Albert J. and Vinnetta Williams Allen. He married Aleda Anderson on Dec. 20,1916. He was a carpenter. He is survived by his widow and three sons, Reed R. Allen, Provo; Dr. Charles E. Allen, Logan, and Thair G. Allen, Providence, Cache County; 15 grandchildren; eight great grandchildren and one brother, Victor J.Allen, Hyrum. Friends may call at Thompson Funeral Home, Hyrum, tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock and Tuesday one hour before services. Burial will be in Hyrum Cemetery. Ruth J. Jensen DELTA — Funeral services are scheduled Wednesday for Ruth Jeffery Jensen, 70, of Delta, who died in the Delta hospital Sunday, April 13, 1975 after an extended illness. Her daughter lives in Spanish Fork. She was born March 8, 1905 in Loa, Wayne County, to Edgar W. and Clara Elizabeth Hansen Jeffery. She married Arthur Jensen on May 28,1924 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died in October, 1964. Survivors include four sons and three daughters, Elbert Jensen and Warren Jensen, both Delta; Rex Jensen and Dan Jensen, both Salt Lake City; Mrs. Robert (Arvilla) Faris, Spanish Fork; Mrs. Leon (Colene) Hicken, Escandido, Calif., and Mrs. Raymond (Zelma) Shallbetter, San Marcos, Tex.; 24 grandchildren; three great - grandchildren; a brother and a sister, Wallace T. Jeffery, Delta, and Mrs. Theron J. (Emily) Eggleston, Salt Lake City; five half brothers and three half sisters, Hale Jeffery, Karl Jeffery and Mrs. Don (Clara) Poulson, all of Delta; Mrs. Vard (Rachel) Laney, Ross Jeffery, Albert Jeffrey, all of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Grant (Rose) Jones, Hurricane, Iron County. Wednesday's funeral will begin at 11 a.m. at the Delta First LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Nickle Funeral Home, Delta, Tuesday between 7 and 9 p.m. and at the chapel Wednesday after 9:30 a.m. Burial will be in Delta Cemetery. TOOELE — Funeral services for Grace Dickerson Shosted, 83, of Tooele, who died Saturday, April 12,1975 at her home, will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Tooele Third - Seventh Ward Chapel. Mrs. Shosted was a native of Mammoth and the sister of two Utah County women. She was born Dec. 14, 1891 to George and Ruth Devereau Dickerson. She married Oliver Martin Shosted on July 2, 1910 in Salt Lake City and he died Oct 10,1945. Survivors include seven sons and one daughter, Kenneth Shosted, Keith Shosted, Howard Shosted and Jack Shosted, all of Salt Lake City; Vern Shosted, Lake Point, Tooele County; George B. Shosted, Bountiful; Oliver M. Shosted and Mrs. Melvin (Maxine) Aldous, both of Tooele; 30 grandchildren; 27 great - grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Amy Dean Forbes, American Fork; Mrs. Nellie Davis, Orem, and Mrs. John (Jane) Hupp, Texas. Friends may call at Tate Mortuary, Tooele, Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Tooele City Cemetery. Allison Powers PAYSON — Allison Powers, infant daughter of John Charles and Jean Gardner Powers, 537 N. 500 E., Payson, was stillborn Friday, April 11, 1975 at Payson Hospital. Survivors include her parents and two sisters, Amy Lynn and Stephanie Powers, both of Payson; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Gardner, Spanish Fork, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powers, Springford, Ont., Canada; great - grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, Stillsonberg, Ont., Canada. Graveside services were held today in the Spanish Fork Cemetery. Ha Briggs Davis MERCED, Calif. — Funeral services were held today in Ogden for Ila Briggs Davis, 49, of Merced, former Ogden resident, who died Wednesday, April 9, 1975 in a Merced hospital following a lingering illness. A sister, Mrs. Orlean Jensen, lives in American Fork. She was born Nov. 5, ,1925 in Bountiful, a daughter of Frank L. and Lizzie Holbrook Briggs. She married Dee F. Davis on Sept. 9, 1949 in Salt Lake City, and their marriage was solemnized later in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mrs. Davis filled a mission for the LDS Church in Northern California from 1946 to 1948. She was active in the LDS Church auxiliaries as Relief Society presidency member in Roy, Utah and in Japan. Surviving are her husband and three sons, Dee Scott Davis, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Bruce K. and Carl E. Davis, both of Merced, Calif.; four brothers and four sisters, Clyde L. Briggs, W. Ray Briggs, Ira H. Briggs, Mrs. Robert (LaNora) Cunningham, Mrs. Ruth Pettet, all of Salt Lake City; Oscar L. Briggs, Clearfield, Davis County; Mrs. Jensen, American Fork, and Mrs. B.N. (Nancy) King, Santa Ana, Calif. Burial was in Aultorest Memorial Park, Ogden. Provo Krista Henry Graveside services were conducted today 10 a.m in the Orem, City Cemetery. 85 Eoit 300 South, Provo Ph. 373-6668 Provo Clara Slater Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. at Walker Mortuary chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday prior to'services. Burial in Provo City Cemetery. Statistics Prove Higfi Wins Wesf Debcrfe Meef SPRING WEATHER has finally permitted resumption of work on the Payson Utah East Stake Center located on Peteetneet Hill in southeastern Payson. Stake President New Stake Building Delay Ends PAYSON — With the recent break in the weather, 12 brick masons and other workmen have returned to the task of building the new Payson Utah East LDS Stake. Center, located on the crest of Peteetneel Hill in Southeast Payson. Stake President David R. Mangelson reported the bricklaying is "up to square" on the south end of the structure, and that the roofing trusses will soon be erected. He added that about 90 per cent of the concrete has been poured in the floors. "It will require from 13 to 15 weeks to lay the brick for the building," President Mangelson stated. "There are from 10 to 12 weeks left, "he added. Estimated for the building is about March 1, 1976, and the project is nearly a month ahead of schedule, according to President Mangelson. Charles R. Cox MANTl — Funeral services were held today for Charles Rosco Cox, 82, of Manti, who died of causes incident to age Friday, April 11, 1975 in a Mt. Pleasant hospital. Mr. Cox was the father of Mrs. Grant (Pauline) Elliott, Provo. He was born Nov. 21, 1892 in Manti to Charles Adelbert and Sabra Ellen Stringham Cox. He married Geneva Jensen on Dec. 20, 1916 in the Manti LDS Temple. He was a petroleum distributor for Shell Oil Co. and Phillips Oil Co. for 15 years. Mr. Cox served one term as Manti city councilman and was a Master M-Man in the LDS Church. Survivors include his widow, two sons and two daughters, Lynn Cox, Manti; Gayle Cox, Denver; Mrs. Elliott, Provo, and Mrs. Moyle (Ellen) Rasmussen, Gunnison; 19 grandchildren, and 13 great - grandchildren. Burial was in Manti City Cemetery. David R. Mangelson reported that the structure will be completed in 13 or 14 more working weeks. BOUNTIFUL — Provo High School won the sweepstakes award in the Western District, National Forensics League contest Saturday in Bountiful, and East High School of Salt Lake City placed second. Provo's score was 76 points and East's total was 60 points. The final round of debate, between Provo and Box Elder High School was won by Provo debaters Richard Tingey and Robert Wing. Other first place winners from Provo were Jon Swindle, oratory, and Matt Ricks, dramatic interpretation. Some 300 students participated in the competition from 28 high schools in Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. The traveling trophy, for the best accummulative score over the years, was won by Weber High School of Ogden with 323 points. Bountiful High School was second in this category with 297 points. Western District champions in each of the events will represent the three states in the district in the national tournament to be held in Indianapolis this summer. A student congress was held during the two days of forensics activities, and Ranch Kimball of East was elected to the student national senate, and Michael Penley of Davis High School to the student national house of representatives. The Western District committee is comprised of Roger Moore. Provo; Donald Lee Smith. East; Kim Burningham, Bountiful, and Leora Hansen, Blackfoot, Ida. Guilty Pleas Presented In Rape, Forgery Cases TWO SANTAQUIN BOYS, Kenny Clark, left, and Ryan Warenski, center, who found a wallet containing $40 while bird hunting, turn it in to Robert Davis, Santaquin city marshal. The wallet belongs to Allen Newton, who had returned for a visit to his hometown four weeks ago. Mr. Newton now lives in Green River, Wyo. Juab Teacher 2 Honest Boys Return Wallet Containing $40 Accepts Coaching Post NEPHI -Mr. Donald (Duke) Reid, who has been a Juab High School teacher, coach and counselor for the past eight years has accepted a position as head basketball coach at Brighton High School in Salt Lake City. Mr. Reid was born and raised in Springville. He played basketball in High School there and also at BYU. Besides his school activities in Nephi he is also Second Counselor in the Nephi Fifth Ward Bishopric and has been active in other church and community affairs. His wife, Joan, has been on the Relief Society Stake Board, served in ward auxilaries and is a member of the Nautilus Federated Women's Club. Larry Parks, SANTAQUIN - Two young Sanlaquin boys acted well their part Friday when they found and brought a wallet to city marshal Robert Davis to be returned to its owner. The wallet contained $40 in bills and important papers belonging to Allen Newton of Green River, Wyo. Mr. Newton, former resident of the Goshen Santaquin area, had been back for a visit four weeks ago. The boys, Ryan Warenski and Kenny Clark, both nine, were hunting birds on the east hills when they happened on to the wallet. They opened it and saw the money. Ryan said, "We knew it was a lot, and whoever lost it would be glad to get it back." Just then he saw his father drive up to take them home. The boy's ran to the car shouting, "We found a wallet with money in it. Do you think it's real money?" Mr. Warenski assured them it was, and asked the boys what they wanted to do with it. "Give it back to whoever owns it," both boys said. So they drove to the marshal, Robert Davis, who returned the wallet to its owner. Mr. Davis added this is the first time a wallet containing money has been turned in to him. Those two honest boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warenski and Mr. and Mrs. Terry .Clark, Santaquin. Five of the last 17 Miss America winners had the middle mime Ann or Anne. An amended complaint charging rape has been filed in the Fourth District Court against Phillip Hill, 18, of Payson. Mr. Hill, an Indian student, had been charged with aggravated sexual assault on a 65 - year - old Payson woman. He pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of rape. Earlier the court ordered two medical doctors to examine Mr. Hill at the Utah County Jail to determine his competency to stand trial. They submitted written statements that he was competent and could aid in his own defense. On request of his attorney, the court ordered Mr. Hill placed in the custody of the State Department of Corrections for a 90-day evaluation period to be conducted at the Utah State Prison. He will be returned to the court on July 3. A second charge against Mr. Hill, for aggravated robbery, was dismissed on motion of the prosecuting attorney, who stated that charge grew out of the same incident. James B. Miller, 39, Provo, pleaded guilty to a second degree felony forgery charge. A pre-sentence investigation will be made and Mr. Miller will be returned to the court for sentencing May 23. Rick Kinsey, 310 W. 900 S., Provo, withdrew his plea of guilty and requested a jury trial on a charge of assaulting a peace officer. Trial was scheduled May 15. Mr. Kinsey was released on his own recognizance. The court continued the time for sentencing for two years in the case of William Selakielu, 1225 N. Locust Lane, Provo, on a charge of distributing marijuana. Mr. Salakielu will be on probation for two years with the Adult Probation and Parole Department. Runelle Loy Talbot, 20, of 1200 N. Bonneville Drive, No. 419, Provo, pleaded innocent to a forgery charge. Trial was scheduled for June 18. Bradley Dean Raynauld, 1710 S. 165 W., Orem, was ordered remanded back to the Orem City Court for a plea, after the Utah County Attorney's office reported a charge of eluding a police officer would be reduced to a speeding charge. Al Jolson in Pleads Guilty Utah Obituaries Movies, Dies In Theft Case BORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL April 14: Boy lo Alan H. and Jetla Wilde Anderson, 187 E. 1000 S., Orem. Boy to Robert Alan and Stephanie Jo Sylvester Eccles, 492 S. Utah Ave., Provo. April 13: Girl to Dennis and Janet Adams Broderick, 335 E. 600 N., Apt. 2, Provo. Girl to William and Annette Jones Gibson, 5154 E. 1700 N., Provo Boy to Donald and Cecelia Mathis Hillman, 140 S. 800 W., Provo. Boy to Steven and Kathleen Korsgren Norton, 2045 N. Stadium Lane, Provo Boy to Mark and Jacqueline Smith Madscn, 156 E. 500 N., Orem. Girl to Stephen and Laurie Williams Sowbey, 695 N. 250 W., American Fork. Girl to Larry and Kathryn Heslop Carter, 311 S. 900 E., Provo. Girl to Melvin and Kathleen Swinford Lyon, 593 N. 700 W., Provo. Girl to Dennis and Sandra Kay McNeill Morrison, 868 E. 300 S., Provo. Boy to Wade and Sandra Vigh Wilson, 414 N. 100 W., Provo. April 12: Boy to Humberto and Sofia Alvarez Hernandez, P.O. Box 43, Spanish Fork. Boy to David J. and Charlotte C. Warnick Hawkins, 227 E. 2000 S , Orem Boy to Bsuce and Tina Renae Borup Jeppson, 257 W. 400 N., Provo. AT PAYSON HOSPITAL April 13: Boy to Steven and Susan Weight Bartholomew, 405 W. 400 N., Springville. Boy to John and Susan Parker Childs, Springville RD. Girl to Don and Karen Smith Jacobsen, Payson RD. April 12: Girl to Douglas Ixiwry and Ciela Hill Poulson. 80 S. 900 E., No. 36, Provo. April 11: Boy to Bryan and Rosalind Wheeler Grotegut, 754 E. 300 S., No. 3, Payson. Girl to Byron and Marita Anne Olson Rollins, 818 S. 800 W., Payson. SALT LAKE CITY - Jesse J. Porter, 94, died Sunday, funeral Wednesday noon, Federal Heights Ward Chapel, 1300 F'airfax Road. George B. C'hrlstopulos, 85, died Friday, funeral Tuesday noon, 260 E. South Temple. Arthur G. Luxman, 50, died Sunday; funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m.. Valley View Second Ward Chapel, 4101 S. 1925 E. Alice Cornelia Green, 83, died Saturday; funeral pending from 574 E. 100 S. Edith Cleverly Brown, 82, died Sunday; funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m.. McKay Second Ward Chapel, 1391 Park St. Mabel Kent Meeker, 89, died Saturday; private funeral will be held. Shlntaro "George" Kamaya, 79, died Friday; funeral was held today. Clarence Sidney Davis, 67, died Thursday, funeral was held today I.eland Clyde Mines, 76, died Saturday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., Central Park Ward Chapel, 304 E. 2700 S. Sarah Ruth Warren Thomas, 54, died Friday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., Rose Park First Ward Chapel, 1151 W. 800 N. Robert Lee Alvey, 77, died Friday, funeral Tuesdav. 2 p.m., 36 E. 700 S. Rachelle Tolniun, infant daughter of Jay David and Valerie Purvis Tolman, died Friday; funeral was held today. Charles Eldon Carlson, 42, died Thursday; funeral was held today. Benjamin A. Lopez, 85, died Friday, cremation was today. OGDEN - Geniaru Nakaihlge, 87, died Friday, funeral pending from Chapel of Flowers Mortuary. Vivien Ahlgren Jordet, 73, died Friday; funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m., Chapel of Flowers Mortuary. CEDAR CITY - Donald Parry Mackelprang. 76, died Friday; funeral was held today. Melvin Franklin Hulet, 62, died Saturday, funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., Cedar City 10th Ward Chapel. PARK CITY - Mary Ann Lavln Wright, 76, died Saturday; funeral mass Wednesday, 10 a.m., Cathedral of the Madeleine, 331 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City. SALINA, Sevier County - Emma Jorgensen Bird, 69, died Friday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., Salina Third Ward Chapel. BEAVER - Qutntln Gunn, 56, died Saturday; funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., Beaver First-Third Ward Chapel. STUDIO CITY, Calif. (UPD- Larry Parks, the nonsinging lead in "The Jolson Story" who rocked Hollywood in 1951 when he admitted having been a member of the Communist party, died Sunday in his home of an apparent heart attack. He was 60. Parks made headlines in 1951 when he became the first movie star to admit Communist party membership in testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee. He admitted having been a party member from 1941 to 1945, and named others in the motion picture business who had also been members. His big break came when he captured the title role in the biographical musical, "The Jolson Story," for which he was nominated for an Academy Award. Al Jolson sang the songs that Parks lip-synched on film. Craig Douglas Karren, 18, of 894 N. 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