Deseret News from Salt Lake City, Utah (2024)

2 NEWS, Monday, November 27, 1972 15 OBITUARIES Herman E. Christopher E. Egnew Herman E. Kamerath, 74, 843 Sherman died Nov. 26 of natural causes in local hospital.

Born Aug. 25, 1898. Salt Lake City to Herman Frederich and Augusta Wunderlicit Kamerath. Married Katie L. Neve Sept.

25, 1922, Ogden; solemnized Salt Lake LD Temple. Retired employe Clearfield Naval Supply Depot; former employe Brown Floral. Survivors: widow; sons, daughter, Robert Mrs. Max B. (Toots) Creer, both Salt Lake City; Don Dallos, 12 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; brothers, sisters.

Alvin Murray; Carl Mrs. Hilda Shettler, Mrs. Florence Willardson, both Salt Lake City. Funeral Wednesday, noon, Hawthorne LDS Ward Chapel. 808 Roosevelt Ave.

Friends call 260 E. South Temple Tuesday, 6-8 p.m., at chapel an hour before services. Burial Salt Lake City Cemefery. Murcus Urrechaga Murcus Urrechaga, 55, 1964 W. 3rd North, died Nov.

26 in a local hospital after a short illness. Born Oct. 17, 1917, Salt Lake City, to Marcelino and Casilda Bilbao Urrechaga. Married Juanita "Wanda" Merle Dill Sept. 9, 1944, Las Vegas.

Truck driver. Survivors: widow; son. daughter, John Mark, Mrs. Larry (Peggy Louise) Wagner, both Salt Lake City; a grandchild; sister, Louise U. Galarza, Montebello, Calif.

Funeral Wednesday p.m., 6500 S. Redwood where friends call Tuesday 6-8 p.m., Wednesday hour before services. Burial Redwood Memorial Estates. Russell J. Cordova HERRIMAN -Requiem Mass for! Russell James Cordova, 20, 525 Main, Herriman, who died No v.

26 of injuries suffered in an auto accident at 4505 W. 12600 South, Riverton, will be Wednesday 10 a.m., St. Joseph the Worker Cathollc Church, 7405 S. 1700 West, West Jordan. Holy Rosary Tuesday 8:30 p.m.

1861 W. 7800 South, West Jordan, where friends call p.m. Burial Redwood Memorial Estates. Born Dec. 31 1951, Salt Lake City, to Tony and Mary Vasquez Cordova.

Student. Member Catholic Church. Survi-all vors: parents, Herriman; brothers, sisters, Ray, Lorraine Alleres, both Salt: Lake City; Sunnie, Oliver, Johnny, Mark, Lee, Janett, all Herrimon; grandmothers, Clorinda Cordova, Taos, N.M.; Deloris Vasquez, Midvale. Alex Knapp Alex Alex Knapp, died Nov. 25 wood City, Mrs.

Richard (Rita) Jensen, Walla Walla, 2 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Ruben (Ethel) Stoliby, Woodlands, Mrs. Leon (Capitola) Marshall, Carlsbad, N.M.; brother, Lyman, Sacramento, Calif. Funeral pending from 5850-9th East. Burial Redwood Memorial Estates.

natural causes en route to a local hospital. Born Dec. 29, 1903, Winnipeg, Canada, to Lyman and Eliza Knapp. Married Ethel May Walters: March, 1932, California. Member Carpenters Union Local 184.

SO vivors: widow; sons, daughters, Alan, Salt. Lake City; wovne Red- 68, 576 Garden of John W. Cowart Graveside services for John Weslev Cowart, 75, 555 E. 1st South, who died Nov. 25 of natural causes ins a Salt Lake hospital, will be Monday 1 p.m..

Mountain View Cemetery. Friends call 5850-9th East Sunday 7-8 p.m. Barn Nov. 1, 1897, Poplarville, to James Abel and Elizabeth Lewis Cowart. Married on nie S.

McKendrick Nov. 1, 1918, Salt Lake City. Men.ber LDS Church. Veteran World War I. Former employe necott Copper 40 years.

Survivors: widow; daughters, Allene Grow, Mrs. F. H. (Rose) Latter Jr. both Salt Lake City; Mrs.

Gene L. (Norma) Fisher, West Jordan; Barbra McLaughian, Nevada; 26 grandchildren: 12 greatgrandchildren; brother, William, Sap Fernando, Calif. Anna B. Anstoltz CENTERVILLE Anstotz, 86, Centerville, died Nov. 26 of natural causes in Anna Becker Salt Lake hospitat.

Born Feb. 18, 1886, Wolgast, Germany, to Fredrick and Marie Breuban Becker. Married Alfred Anstotz May 3, 1913, Wolgast. He died Feb. 4, 1971.

Member LDS Church. Former employe Averbach's. Survivors: nephews and nieces. Funeral Wednesday p.m., Lindquist Bountiful Mortuary, where friends cali before services. Burial Centerville City Cemetery.

Rose E. Pulos Rose E. Pulos, 73, 212 E. Whiflock died Nov. 25 of natural causes at home.

Born March 29, 1899. Quealy, to Andrew and Elizabeth Hudak, Married Anthony K. Pulos May 20, 1927, Rock Springs, Wvo. He died Sept. 19, 1947.

Member Catholic Church; South Salt Lake American Legion Auxiliary Post 112. Survivors: sons. doughter, Ted, Elizabeth, both Salt Lake City; Gus, Albuquerque, N.M.; 2 grandchildren; stepbrother, John Stevens, Rock Springs. Funeral Mass Tuesday 19 a.m., St. Ann's Church, 474 E.

2ist South. Holy Rosary Monday 7:30 p.m.. 372 E. 1st South, where friends call 6-8 p.m. Burial Mt.

Oli- vet Cemetery. Dion I. Libano CENTERVILLE Christopher Chris) E. Egnew, 53, 570 W. 400 South, Centerville, died Nov.

27,1972, at home of a heart ailment. Oct. 16, 1919, Terre Haute, to Homer C. and Mae Ellen Coons Egnew. Married Geraldine SegmiIler, March 9, 1941, Las Vegas.

Emplove of Consolid ate Freightways; member Centerville First Ward; scout worker. Survivors: widow; sons, daughters, Gary Lareen, Mrs. Douglas (Renee) Tingey, all Centerville; Edward Tucson, Larry Logan; Christine, Berkeley, Mrs. Ben (Becky) Wagstaff, Ogden; Mrs. Earl (Barbara) Eastman, Bountiful; 10 grandchildren; brother, Frank Herre Haute.

Funeral services pending from Lindquist Bountiful Mortuary. Peter Ketterer Peter Ketterer, 83, 479 Woodland died Nov. 25 of natural causes in a Salt Lake hospital. Born July 10, 1989, Basel, Switzerland, 1o Peter and. Bernhardine Ketterer.

Married Elsie Olga Huebner Sept. 21, 1918, Salt Lake City; solemnized Salt Lake LDS Temple, Feb. 12, 1930. Member Loyal Order of Moose, No. 259; Legion of the Moose; Fellowship of the Moose.

Past president, Painting and Decorating Contractors of America. Survivors: widow; Suns, Fred, Bob, both Salt Lake City; Ted, San Diego, 15 17 greatgrandchildren; brother, Paul, Salt Lake City. Funeral Tuesday 10 a.m., 260 E. South Temple, where friends call Monday, 6-8 p.m., Tuesday prior to ser res. Burial Mt.

Olivet Cemetery. Clarence F. Newman Clarence Franklin Newman, 77, 644-6th East, died Nov. 24 of natural causes in a Salt Lake hospital. Born Sept.

16, 1895, Milo, Idaho, to Joseph Alma and Ellen Josephine Nelson Newman. Retired miner. Veteran WW Member LDS Church; American Legion. Survivors: brother, sisters, Glen, addrees unknown; Iva Watson, Idaho Falls; Minnie Brinkman, Lauenda Kingston, Esther Nielsen, Salt Lake City. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m., 2128 S.

State, where friends call Monday 6-8 p.m., Tuesday prior to services. Graveside servicles Wednesday noon, Rosehill Cemetery, Idaho Falls. Dennis R. Kearney Funeral services for Dennis Roblert Kearney, 23, 1057 W. 300 South, who died Nov.

25, 1972, of injuries suffered in an automobile accident near Levan, Juabi County, will be Wednesday, 2 p.m.. 36 E. 7th South. Born Jan. 10, 1949, Salt Lake City, to Robert Emmett and Lela Fawcett Kearnev.

Member LDS Church, 25th Ward; carpet maintainance man. Survivor: mother, Salt Lake City. Friends call at the mortuary Tuesday 6:30 to 8 p.m., and WedInesday one hour before services. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Floyd J.

Jensen SIGURD, Sevier County Floyd J. Jensen, 68, Sigurd, died Nov. 26 in a Nephi nursing home of natural causes. Born March 25, 1904, Sigurd, to Rasmus N. and Amelia Niel-1 sen Jensen.

Married Bonnie Browni Sept. 15, 1933, Richfield. Member LDS Church. Employe U.S. Gypsum Sigurd, 44 years; plant foreman past 5 years.

Survivors: widow; son, daughter, Wayne, Richfield; Peggy, Sigurd; 2 grandchildren: brothers, sisters, Mrs. lia Carter, both Sigurd; Eron, Sandy; Golden, Richfield; Roy; Mrs. Mida Bertola, Murray; Mrs. Erma Monroe, Canoga Funeral Wednesday, noon, Sigurd LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Neal S.

Maggleby and Sons. Mortuary, Richfield, Wednesday. a.m. Burial Sigurd CemeItery. John J.

Pritchett John J. Prichett, 89, Congress Hotel, died Nov. 25 of natural causes a local nursing home.l Born Sept. 29, 1883, Fairview, Sanpete County, to John A. and Mary Virginia Hambrick Prichett.

Married Mayme B. Murphy Aug. 27, 1916, Salt Lake City: solemnized Manti LDS Temple. She died Denver April .11, 1953. Retired engineer 'and Rio Grande Western Railroad 47 years.

Survivors: sons, daughter1 George Palo Alto: Edwin Detroit; Mrs. John (Lillian) Longenecker, Los Angeles; 7 grandchildren; 3 Funeral Tuesday p.m., South LDS Ward Chapel, Fairview. Friends call 260 E. South Temple Monday 6-8 p.m., at chapel an hour before services. Burial Fairview City Cemetery.

Helen Armendariz OGDEN Helen Flores Armendariz, 62, Ogden, died Nov. 23 of natural causes in Gallup, N.M., while visiting relatives. Born May 24, 1910, Sonora, Mexico, to Cleofas and Eulalia Cornego Flores. Married to Encarnacion Armendariz July 14, 1929, Twin Falls. Member Catholic Church.

Survivors: son, daughters, Andrew Mrs. Guillermo (Silvia) both Ogden; Mrs. Jerry (Til(lie) Locklear, Junction City, 10 grandchildren; brother, sisters, Raymond, American Fork; Mrs. Lou) Perez, Mrs. MarTed (Mary celino (Nellie) Gomez, both Ogden; Aibert (Alice) Trujillo, Mrs.

Magna. Mass of St. the Joseph's Resurrection CathTuesday 10 a.m., olic Church. Holy Rosary Monday 8 Larkin Chapel of the Dawn, p.m., where friends call from 7-8 p.m. Burial Ogden Cemetery.

John D. Cope Dion Isio Libano, 69, 24 S. 1st sisters, brothers, Callie West, died Nov. 24, 1972, in a local LaVeen, Annie of natural causes. Mrs.

Billy Born Oct. 7, 1903, Erindio, Vis- DePass, both Phoenix; Mary caya, Spain, to Silvestre and man, Bountiful, Utah; Ivie id Avo Libano. Member Enoch, Texas; Frank, retired shepherd. Lawson, Apache Junction, Church; Survivors: two sisters in Spain. Jesse, Seymour, Texas; Holy Rosary will be recited Tues- Joseph, both Salt Lake day 7 p.m., 372 E.

1st South, where Funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., friends may call at p.m. well Funeral Home, Burial, Las Arenas Cemetery, where friends call before Spain. Burial, Gila Vailey Cemetery. FORT THOMAS, Ariz. John David Cope, 61, Fort Thomas, died Nov.

26, 1972, at home of cancer. Born in Oklahoma. Married Lois Hill in 1933. Oil well driller. Survivors: widow; sons, daughters, John Thatcher, JoNell Hammit, Flagstaff, Thomas, Safford, Joy, Los Angeles, 11 grandchildren; Angus F.

Ossmen Fowler Ossmen, 60, 2366 Bernadine died Nov. 25 of heart failure in a local hospital. Born Dec. 23, 1911, Salem, Idaho, to Oscar and Martha Ann Fowler Ossmen. Married Bernice Shreeve Oct.

30, 1937. Salt Lake City; solemnized Salt Lake LDS Temple. Operated public accounting practice 16 years. Member Utah Society of Public Accountants; National Society. of Public Accountants.

Former employe Surgical Supply Center, Utah State Tax Commission. Former member Lions Club, Junior Chamber of Commerce. Veteren World War 11. Graduate University of Utah, 1936. widow; sons, daughter, Douglas, G.

Val, both Salt Lake City; Mrs. Michael (Mary Lyn) Porter, Tampa, 2 grandchildren; brother, sisters, George, Jacksonville, Fern Ossmen, Mrs. John (Rachel) Smith, Mrs. Frank (Eunice) Kendrick, all Salt Lake City; Mrs. Gareth (Olive) Crabtree, Ogden; Mrs.

Denton (Gladys) Hassing, Bountiful. Funeral noon, 260 E. South Temple, where friends call Tuesday 7-8 p.m., Wednesday an hour before services. Burial Wasatchawn Memoria! Park. Candee A.

Adams Funeral for WEST JORDAN Funeral for Candee Angel Adams, 17, 8585 S. 2200 West, who died Nov. 26 of injuries suffered in an automobile accident at 4505 W. 12500 South, Riverton, will be Wednesday 10 a.m.; 4760 S. State where friends call Tuesday, 6-8 p.m., Wednesday an hour before services.

Eurial Murray City Cemetery. Born Nov. 7, 1955, Salt Lake City, to wit-lary Iliam H. "Spud" and Charry Whitehead Adams. Student Cottonwood High School; cheerleader; member Drama Club, Dance Club.

Survivors: father, West Jordan; mother, Mrs. Ken (Charry) Rasmussen, Salt Lake City; brother, sisters, Willie Ginger, Dixie, all Salt Lake City; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Adams, Murray; greatgrandmother, Mrs. Alice Brown, Murray. Family suggests contribu-Inesday tions to March of Dimes. Leo Hottinger Leo Hottinger, 75, 403 E. Hollywood died Nov.

25 of natural causes at home. Born June 8, 1897, Salt Lake City, to Frederick and Emma Ruegger Hottinger. Married Rose Balzarini Aug. 25, 1924, Farmington. She died April 12, 1971.

Member LDS Church; Fraternal Order of Eagles Local 67. Retired founder and owner Royal Furniture 53 years. Survivors: son, daughter, Keith Mrs. Rex (Lois) Sessions, both Salt Lake City; 3 grandcil-1 dren. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m., 255-2nd East, where friends call Monday 6-8 p.m., Tuesday before services.

Burial Salt Lake City Cemetery. Mary P. Bauer Bauer, 74, Cedar City, died Nov. 25 of natural causes in a local medical center. Born July 1, 1898, Cedar City, to Daniel and Margaret Perkins.

Married Joseph LeRoy Bauer Feb. 1, 1922, Parowan; solemnized Si. George LDS Temple. He died Oct. 28, 1943.

Survivors: sons, Cline Ely, Dennis Lee, Forrest Q. "Bud," Joel all Cedar City; 11 grandchildren; 3 greatgrandchildren; sisters, Martha Urie, Margaret Mosdell, both Cedar City. Funeral Tuesday p.m., Cedar City 5th LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Spilsbury and Graff Mortuary, Cedar City Monday 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, noon until services. Burial Cedar City Cemeitery.

CEDAR CITY Mary Perkins LaDonna Colby SIGURD, Sevier County Funeral will be Thursday 1 p.m., Neal S. Maggleby and Sons Mortuary Chapel, Richfield, for LaDonna Colby, 39, El Monte, who died Nov. 24 of injuries suffered in a tractor accident near Cedar City. Friends call at mortuary Wednesday 7-9 p.m., Thursday before services. Burial Sigurd Cemetery.

Born Oct. 4, 1933, to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hollenbeck. Married Melvin Colby Feb.

1, 1969, Southgate, Calif. Supervisor accounting department, Safeway Stores, California. Survivors: husband; parents, McCloud, brothers, sisfer, Bill, McCloud; Ernest, Los Angeles; Mrs. Thomas (Nelda) Nielson, Costa Mesa, Calif. Wilbur B.

Underwood PARADISE, Cache County Wilbur B. Underwood, 63. Paradise, died Nov. 24 at home of natural causes. Born Aug.

29, 1909, Bannock, to Thomas and Charlotte Underwood. Married Margaret Store Sept. 1, 1944, Brigham City. Carpenter. Member LDS Church.

Survivors: widow; mother, Mrs. Charlotte Paulsen, Mendon, Cache County. Funeral Monday noon, Paradise LDS Ward Chapel, where friends call an hour before services. Burial Paradise Cemetery. Wilbert R.

Krumm Wilbert R. Krumm, 62, 25-11th East, died, Nov. 25, 1972, in a local hospital of cancer. Born Aug. 26, 1910, St.

Joseph, to Joseph Mark and C. Effie Johnson Krumm. Married Margaret Ellen Childers; later divorced. Served as fire-weather coordinator and meteorologist at the Western Region headquarers of the Weather Service, Salt Lake City; retired in February, 1972; he was known as FireWeather awarded Department of Commerce Silver Medal in 1967: awarded Golden Smokey award inf 1968 from the National Weather Service, the highest award given for organizational support in the fire-control program; member American Meteorological Society: honorary member sf Society of American Forecasters; mason. member BPOE No 383.

Survivors: sons, daughter, Richard New York; Donald Seatt'e, Mrs. James (Mary) Gully. Salt Lake City: two grandchildren; brother, sisters, Paul, Las Cruces, N.M.; Mrs. Edith Mason. Mrs.

Grace Nold, Mrs. Effie Thuman, Mrs. Eisie Mules, Mrs. Bess Pendleton, Mrs. Alice Bruegger, all St.

Joseph, Mrs. Mayme Foyteck, Chesaning, Mich. Graveside services Tuesday, noon, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Friends call 372 E. 1st South, Monday 7-9 p.m.

The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society. Leomia C. Lynch OGDEN Leomia Catherine Lynch, 84, Ogden, died Nov. 25 in a local hospital of natural causes. Born Sept.

8, 1888, Peterson, Morgan County, to John Luther and Catherine Ann Hughes Hetzler. Married Roswell D. Lynch June 14, 1911, Ogden. He died Feb. 7, 1948.

Former employe Mountain Bell Telephone Scowcrott; Quinn Garment Co. Member LDS Church, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, LiterGuild. Survivors: sons, daughter, Roswell Long Island, N. Eugene Mrs. Leonard F.

(Virginia) Burton, both Ogden; John Glendale, Ohio; Kenneth Bountiful; 26 grandchildren; 33 greatgrandchildren; brother, sister, Hugh Kribe, Eugene, Mrs. Eileen Ashby, Ogden. Funeral Wednesday 11 a.m., Lindquist and Sons Colonia Chapel, Ogden, where friends call Tuesday 7-9 p.m., Wedbefore services. Burial Ogden City Cemetery. Feldon Gleave RICHFIELD Funeral for Feldon Gleave, 63, Richfield, who died Nov.

24 of a heart attack in a local hospital, will be Tuesday, 1 p.m.. Richfield 1st LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Neal S. Muggleby and Sons Mortuary, Richfield, Monday, 7-9 p.m., Tuesday before services. Funerals CLARK Funeral services for Ernest Edward Clark will be held Tuesday at 12 noon in the Bountiful Union Mortuary Chapel, 295 North Main where friends may call Monday 6-8 p.m.

Tuesday prior services. Interment, Bountiful Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Union Mortuary. EARL Funeral services Viola Bagnell Earl will be held Tuesday, 12 noon in the Larkin Mortuary Chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends may call at the Tuesday, one hour prior to services.

Interment, Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral rectors, Larkin Motuary. KEARNEY Funeral services for Dennis Robert Kearney, will held Wednesday, 2 p.m., at Deseret Mortuary, 36 East South, where friends may Tuesday evening, 6:30 to 8 p.m., and Wednesday, 1 hour prior service. Interment, Salt Lake Cemetery. Funeral directors, eret Mortuary.

ADAMS Funeral services Candee Adams will be held Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. at the Jenkins Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State where friends may call Tuesday, p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to service. Interment. Murray City Cemetery.

Funeral rectors, V. C. Soffe and Sons. JOHNSON Funeral services for Inar Johnson will be held Wednesday, 12 noon, at the Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State where friends may call Tuesday, p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to services.

Interment, Murray City Cemetery. Funeral rectors, V. C. Soffe and Sons. ANSTOTZ Funeral services for Anna Becker Anstotz will be held Wednesday 1 p.m.

in the Lindquist's-Bountiful Chapel, 727 North 400 East, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment, Conterville City Cemetrvery. Funeral directors Bountiful Mortuary. KNAPP Funeral services for Alex Knapp will be held Wednesday 11 a.m. in the Redwood Memorial Estates CHapel, 6500 South Redwood Road, where friends may call Tuesday 6 to 8 p.m.

and Wednesday after 10 a.m. Interment, Redwood Memorial Estates. Funeral directors, Memorial Estates Mortuary. URRECHAGA Funeral services for Mark Urrechaga will be held Wednesday 2 p.m. in the Redwood Memorial Estates Chapel, 6500 South Redwood Road, where friends may call Tuesday 6 to p.m.

and Wednesday after 1 p.m. Interment, Memorial Estates. neral directors, Memorial Estates Mortuary. FULLMER Funeral services for Amos Leonard Fullmer, Sr. will be held Tuesday 12 noon in the McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 So.

Redwood where friends may call Monday 6-8 p.m. and Tuesday one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasstch Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, McDougal Funeral Home. HOTTINGER Funeral services for Leo Hottinger will be held Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.

in the Russon Brothers Mortuary chapel, 255 South 2nd East, where friends call Monday p.m. and Tuesday prior to services. Interment in the Salt Loke City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Russon Brothers. Funerals Charlotte B.

Booth OREM Charlotte Bird Booth, 97, Orem, died Nov. 29, 1972, at home of causes incident to age. Born July 3, 1875, Nephi, to Charles H. and Alice Ann Evans Bird. Married Joseph Edgar Booth, Sept.

21, 1898, Salt Lake Temple. He died June 24, 1948. Genealogy worker. Survivors: son, daughter, Edgar Mrs. L.S.

(Lorna) Mayco*ck, Mrs. Leo (Virginia) Poulson, all Orem; nine grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; one great-graeat-grandchild; brothers, sisters, Heber So't Lake City; Dr. Myron Delta; Mrs. Melroy (Ephia) Kiar, Manti; Mrs. Blanche Harrison, American Fork.

Funeral noon, Orem Fourth Ware chapel, 575 S. 400 West. Friends call Sundberg Olpin Mortuary, Tuesday 7-9 p.m., and Wednesday the chapel one hour before services. Burial, Provo City Cemetery. Inar Johnson Inar Johnson, 86, 3185 Marie died Nov.

25 of natural causes at home. Born Oct. 19, 1886, Holm, Norway, to Andreas and Elise Nielsen Johannesen. Married Ruby White Nov. 1, 1916; divorced.

Married Elva Vestgard Christoffersen July 19, 1954, Elko, Nev. Retired restaurant owner. Member LDS Church. Charter member Murray Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge No. 1760.

Survivors: widow; son, daugnter, Robert Ogden; Mrs. Bruce (Wonda) Clayton, Salt Lake City; 11 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; stepsons, Ardell Christoffersen, Santa Monica, Dennis Christoffersen, Wendover, Tootle County. Funeral Wednesday noon, 4760 S. State where friends call Tuesday 6-8 p.m., Wednesday an hour before services. Burial Murray City Cemetery.

Velrna C. Ottley Velma Curtis Ottley, 74, 166 E. Robert died Nov. 25 of natural causes in a Salt Lake hospital. Born May 1, 1898, Aurora, Sevier County, to Alfred and Margaret Anderson Curtis.

Married Herbert J. Ottley Aug. 21, 1916, Richfield; solemnized Salt Lake LDS Temple. Survivors: husband; son, daughters, Quentin Aurora; Mrs. Don (Phyllis) Boren, Salt Lake City; Mrs.

Ross (Thail) Dastrup, Orem; 20 grandchildren; 12 greatgrandchildren; brother, sisters, Venoy, Mrs. Dwight Hallows, Mrs. Frank Harward, Mrs. Clayola Johnson, all Aurora. Funeral Tuesday 11 a.m., Madison LDS War chapel, 2280-3rd East.

Friends call Monday 6-8 p.m., 5850-9th East; Tuesday hour prior to services at ward chapel. Burial Redwood Memorial Estates. Eugene Gray RICHFIELD Funeral will be Wednesday 2 p.m., Neal S. Maggieby and Sons Mortuary Chapel, Richfield, for Eugene Gray, 91, Sims, who died Nov. 24 in a Great Falls, Mont.

hospital of naturdl causes. Friends call at mortuary Wednesday, noon until services. Burial Monroe, Sevier County Cemetery. Born Nov. 10, 1881, Central, Sevier County, to Samuel R.

and Nancy Stewart Gray. Married Kisty Marie Brown Oct. 20, 1909, Manti LDS Temple. She died Nov. 19, 1910.

Married Eliza Nilda May Williams March 26, 1913, Manti LDS Temple. She died March 11, 1971. Farmer Served LDS missions to England and Colorado. Survivors: sons, daughters, Alvin, Jack, both Sims, Mrs. Neal S.

(Chrystal) Maggleby, Richfield; Mrs. Clavton (Aurelia) Jensen, Ruth, 15 grandchildren; 32 greatgrandchildren; brothers, sisters, Wallace, Leland, Mrs. Lyman (Lucile) Williams, all Central; Mrs. Mildred Christensen, Caliente, Nev. Farrell B.

Lamb SALEM Farrell Bowen Lamb, 55, Salem, died Nov. 24 in a Payson hospital of emphysema. Born April 19, 1917, Salem, to James H. and Mary Ann Bowen. Married Opal Craig Aug.

10, 1938, Salt Lake LDS Temple. Former employe, Geneva Steel; W. W. Clyde Construction Co. Member Operating Engineers Union.

Survivors: widow; son, daughters, F. Bert, Pavson; Laurie Kae Lamb, Mrs. Frank (Judy) Martin, both Mrs. Richard (Debbie) Anderson, Logan; 5 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Dave (Ardell) Biarnson, Spanish Fork; Mrs.

Lucille Davis, Salem; Mrs. Claude (Naomi) Gillies, Pleasant Grove. Funeral Monday 1 p.m., Salem LDS Ward chapel. Friends call Sunday 6-8 p.m., Walker Mortuary, Spanish Fork; Monday hour prior to services at ward chapel. Burial Salem Cemetery.

Eli P. Hill EUGENE, ORE. Eli Poppleton Hill, 65, Eugene, died Nov. 24 in Eugene of natural causes. Born Jan.

29, 1907, Wellsville, Utah, to Alexander M. and Lucy Poppleton Hill. Married Emma Ivie April 12, 1930; solemnized Logan. Utah, LDS Temple. Eugene resident 10 years; former resident Blackfoot.

Lava Hot Springs, Idaho; Wellsville. Former employe Atomic Energy Cornmission, Arco, Idaho. Survivors: widow; daughters, Mrs. Jack (Iretta) Fowler, Mrs. Wilford (LaVern) Tranberg, both Eugene; 6 grandchildren; brothers, sisters, William Lava Hot Springs; Mrs.

Sadie Kunz, North Ogden, Utah; Wesley Rohnerville, Mrs. Barbara Robbins, Burley, Idaho; Elva Hill, Elmer both Wellsville. Graveside rites Wednesday, noon, Wellsville Cemetery. Friends call Hall Mortuary, Logan, Wednesday, 10 a.m. until services.

Robert H. Halgrim CLEARFIELD Mai. Robert H. Halgrim, 57, Clearfield, died Nov. 23 of a heart attack at Hill AF8.

Born April 9, 1915, Dodgeville, to Henry and Emma Johns Halgrim. Married Ruth Renick March 10, 1945, Salina, Kan. Retired officer, Air Force. Member VFW, Layton; Retired Veteran WW 11. Survivors: widow; son, daughter, William, Roberta Halgrim, both Cleartield; 3 grandchildren; sisters, Christine de Laurentis, Niagara Falls, Sarah Cooper, Saugerties, Annarnae Seaver, Milwaukee, Wis.

Private cremation. Memorial services Monday 2 p.m., Hill AFB Chapel One, where the family will meet friends. Family suggests contributions to the Heart Fund. Freda L. Allen PRESTON, IDAHO Freda Larson Allen, 82, Preston, died Nov.

26 in a local hospital after a long illness. Born May 9, 1890, Sweden, to Carl and Matlida Engdahl Larson. Married Roy Allen July 12, 1911, Preston. He died. 1933.

Member LDS Church. Survivors: son, Floyd Preston; daughter, Dorothy A. Olsen, McCammon: 3 grandchildIren; 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday 1 p.m., Franklin LDS Stake Center, Preston. Friends call Webb Mortuary, Preston, Tuesday 7-9 p.m., Wednesday 11 a.m.

until I services. Burial Preston Cemetery. MILDRED'S FLOWERS 486-7267, 1522 E. 33rd: S. PEARSON FLORAL 1560 E.

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dog, curly tail, blind in one eye. Ans. "Sam." Reward. 255-8907. LOST, German Shepnerd, black and tan, male, 6 ans.

So. SLC 485-8023. LOST White German Shepherd vic. Holladay, Olympus High. 277-4314 or 359-3712.

LOST GERMAN, SHEPHERD DUD. female, Vic. 3400 East 70th So. 5 toes on rear feet, 277-1266. -Small blond mixed Terrier with red collar, male, reward.

322-3716. LOST Little Miranda Sensor-X camera in Cottonwood Canyon. Reward. 328-0061. LOST-St.

Bernard, female, vic. East Millcreek, reward. 467-6258. LOST- IRISH SETTER, male, large, red. No collar.

REWARD. 364-3454 328-2800. LOST-Royal blue ladies' wallet, would like papers returned, no ques. asked. 262-6100, 328-0133.

LOST white clipped Maltese, vic. 3625 East 4390. ans. to Perry. gold collar, call 278-8249.

REWARD. FOUND small poodle In Liberty on Sun, mornina Nov. 12th. 322-2665. PERSONALS REWARD For lost Vizsla dog, med size, dark brown, brown collar with lic.

tags. Vic. 21st 10th East. 484-5543. JUST OPENED.

WHALE COVE GIFT GALLERY. Unusual gifts decorator Items. Great holiday and wedding gifts. Hand-made dolls, pottery and natural fioral arrangements. 509 E.

3rd South, 355-8173. SANTA CLAUS will personally, swer your Xmas letters. Send plus self-addressed stamped envelope to Santa, Box 63, Fillmore, Utah. Post mark will read Claus, North Pole, Fil-More. GIANT photo posters made from any photos, negatives or slides.

nich quality. 24-hr. service. Interor Graphics, 444 So. 6th East, ph.

521-9466. MOVING? Need Lace to store household goods? New 5X10 and 10X10 masonry storage units available. 268-2211, 317 Ali construction. So. 2nd West.

Come see. BUY Silver dollars, Indian cents, gold proof sets, old coins. 328-1862. Rust Coin and Giff. 311 S.

Main. S.L.C. ORIENT BOUND? Basic tional Japanese. Small classes (15) ore beginning in January. Reserve space nowl John, 487-6571.

TOY SAMPLE SALE PRICE. Noon to 7 p.m. Sat. Noon to 5 p.m. 160 So.

4th West. EUROPE BOUND? Basic conversational French. Small classes (15) beginning in January. Reserve Space now! John, 487-6571. TOO FAR DEBT? 262-4201.

561-1743. Family Debt Counseling. ARE YOU IN NEED OF DIRECTION? WORD OF TRUTH. 255-7592. IN JAILI NEED BAILI Call "Hughes." across from Tall.

322-3000. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Information and assistance. 484-7871 3-BDRM. HOME FOR RENT, UNF. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD.

355-2567. CASH Used 120 bass dions. 277-7602. GUITAR lessons 6-week course, $10. The Music Centre.

322-0449. MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT tor your Xmas PIECE COMBO avail. for New Year's Eve. 266-9757 evenings. PROF.

photographic, model seeks work. Susan. ALPINE Country Club membership, $350 plus transfer fee. 1-756-2482. WEATHER NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST 10 7AM EST 11-20 72 Forecast for Monday, Tuesday, November 27, 28.

SALT LAKE CITY AND VICINITY Variable cloudiness with a chance of showers but clearing tonight. Increasing SEATTLE cloudiness again Tuesday. Highs near 40 both days. Lows near 20. BOSTON UTAH Variable cloudiness with scattered snow showers but clearing tonight.

Increasing cloudiness Tuesday. Highs 35 to MINNEAPOL 35. Lows tonight 15 to 25. I NEW YORK E. NEVADA Partly cloudy with snow flurries but clearing CHICAGO tonight.

Increasing cloudiness Tuesday with a chance of scat- SALT LAKE CITY 30.48 HIGH tered snow developing late Tuesday. Highs in the 30s and lower 40s. Lows tonight 5 to 15. SAN FRANCISCO DENVER S. W.

IDAHO Generally fair tonight but with some varlable clouds at times and chance of a few snow flurries. Strong gusty winds subsiding tonight. Increasing cloudiness and LOS ANGELES chance of showers Tuesday. Highs mid 30s to mid 40s. Lows tonight 20s and teens.

S. E. IDAHO fair tonight but with some var- 30.00 DALLAS able cloudiness and Generally, few snow flurries. Strong gusty LOW winds subsiding tonight. Increasing cloudiness and chance of LOWEST TEMPERATURES showers Tuesday.

Highs mostly 30 to Low tonight in the teens NEW ORLE AND MIAMI to low 20s. FIVE- DAY FORECAST UTAH Considerable cloudiness P- -LEGEND and cool with chance of snow at times in the north. High temperatures 35 to 45. Lows in upper teens and 20s. RAIN FF I SNOW Miscellaneous Weather Data AIR HUMIDITY At 8:00 a.m.

56 percent. Precipitation since SHOWERS FLOW November 1, 1972, 1.32. Departure since November 1, UPI WEATHER FOTOCAST Precipitation since Oct. 1, 1971, 4.06. Departure since Oct.

1, 1.77. U.S. TEMPERATURES Grand Junction 29 .01 Reno 50 29 CANADA Atlanta 48 29 Logan St. Louis .04 INTERNATIONAL STATIONS Albuquerque 53 29 Las Vegas St. George Vancouver 46 30 Max.

Min. Prec. Honolulu SR3 Rock Springs .02 Calgary 17 Anchorage Los Angeles Salt Lake City .11 Boise 51 29 .11 Miami .06 San Francisco Temperatures ca hour listed: Boston ..28 New York .16 Seattle .20 Berlin 1 a.m. 34 1 p.m. 32 39 Butte 34 14 .02 Ogden .49 .05 London 12 a.m.

32 12 43 Cedar City 56 Phoenix Spokane Moscow 3. a.m. 18 3 p.m. 23 Cheyenne 44.

19 .27 Pocatello .01 Washington, D.C. Paris 1 a.m. 37 p.m. 41 Chicago 8 3 .08 Portland 1.03 West Yellowstone .05 Rome 1 a.m. 37 p.m.

50 Denver ,40 Provo .16 Saigon 8 a.m. 75 8 p.m. 75 A VERY SPECIAL HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE Beginning Nov. 28th Jr. League Flea Market is having SUPER BOUTIQUE featuring handmade items and oblects of art, also toys, new and next to new.

Plan to do your shopping for the special people on your holiday list at Salt Lake's most unique shop. JR. LEAGUE FLEA MARKET 444 East 2nd South, rear (Closed Dec. 16th thru Jan. 2nd) JUST PICKED UP 1972 SPANISH STYLE STEREO This beautiful black walnut finished stereo console has AM-FM radio and 4-speed professional record plaver.

Also built-in 8-track tape deck with 15 unopened albums. ORIGINAL COST $399 BALANCE OWING $126 CASH Or want reliable party to take over last 10 payments of $12.60. No interest or carrying charges. For further Information and trial Ste credit manager at 1767 South State, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

daily. Sun. 12 noon to 6 p.m. LOOK FOR THE STARS When placing your ad, be sure you take full advantage of white space to make your message stand out. Do this by ordering a STAR at the top and bottom of your ad 2-3 or 4 line stars will make your ad stand out! INVENTORS WE'RE NO.

1 We will develop, design, I'nuice, and place your idea or invention patented or unpatented. to attention of our national manufacturer clients who seek new products. Cash sale or royalties possible. Write for free literature. Imperial Enterprises.

P.O. Box 17192, Salt Lake City, Utah 84117, or phone Mr. Phillips at 801-466-0168. NOW OPEN 10 A.M.-10 P.M. WORLD OF MASSAGE Sale, Lake Citv's newest.

Come in and visit us. During our opening. We are giving 20-30 pct. off our regular prices. 1353 E.

3300 SOUTH 486-9259 486-9259 Utah Humane Society ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR to be held at the ANIMAL FAIR thrift store, 150 East Broadway, Nov. 30, Dec. 1-2, 10 a.m.6 p.m. Terrific Buys for Christmas, Toys, books, lewleiry, clothing, bric-a-brac, bake goods, etc. EVERYONE WELCOME! EARN WEEKLY MEN ONLY BE GOOD, PLASMA DONOR PHYSICIAN ATTENDANCE PLASMA FRACTION, INC.

609 S. State 363-7697 Allergic to BEAUTICIANS Why dyes and tints? not specialize in wia styling and make more money. On tra job training. For personal Interview phone 278-6132. Clara's Wig Shop.

2988 Highland Drive. GARAGE SALE SPECTACULAR Real leopard rug, house goods, clothing, furniture, toys, and lots of goodies, 4931 Marilyn Dr. (20,60 E. 277-7452. MONEY -as Its value goes down, the value of sliver goes up.

Protect your financial future, buy SILVER. Call collect, Mr. Jorgensen, 801- 292-2289 or 292-3458. MODELS WANTED ALL AGES -ALL TYPES 342 E. 1st South 328-3500 TERRARIUMS, Custom made.

Our bottle or yours. Truly artistic and different. Also Bonsai. Reasonable. Call Steve 521-8926.

EXERCYCLES, SALES VICE. Call collect: Ogden, 1-392-4562 or 394-8970, 1332 Country Hills Dr. 84403. MEXICO ARCHAEOLOGY SMALL group, Dec. or write box 207, Cedar City 84720.

OVER 30 DANCE CLUB Men and women, sinale, widowed divorced. For Info. 328-1629. MONEY TO LOAN. TOP PRICES.

Anything of value, rifles, shotguns. pistols, jewelry, coins, quitars. Nafional Loan, 208 S. State, 359-3962. MODEL OPPORTUNITIES 328-1332 411 E.

S. Temple 303-2765 WILL SACRIFICE Beautiful burlal lots in the estab. section of Wasatch Memorial Cemetery. Call 292-3179. CANDLE, MAKING $2.75.

SUPPLIES. hela wax Demos Mon. and Fri. Tap Plastics, 2945 S. West Temple, 434-7607.

ANY MUSICIAN WANTED except drummers. Call 1-376-9845. ville, ask for Kina or 295-5176 ask for Bruce. GARAGE SALE 4542 Julep Dr. bikes, misc.

household BRA FANTASTIC 277-4780. can teach you to dance so the: anyone would want to be your partner, call 328-4928, Miss J. EARN WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA for Christmas. 485-8028 before 9 or after 4 p.m. VOICE or piano lessons pvt.

class, family rates. 466-7801. FUR COAT wanted. Reas. Ph.

254-0013 or 486-9316. DOLLS or wanted, also toys, cond. 262-9305 years older, any MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY DIAL 521-3535 a year has gone by. LOVE, HONEYBUN TOOTSIE Happy 1st Anniversary It doesn't seem possible BRIGHTON HIGH WRESTLERS Start the season with take downs, pins and WINS. The ROARING BENGALS LOLLIPOP Happy 1st to you after 18 Yes, 1 remember number 15 Be sure about that 1.000 You're tops in my book Tender loving care.

Doll PAPA BEAR AND SUGAR It's getting closer! We're rooting for you! G. and S. TO GORDON SUSAN HAPPY 1st ANNIVERSARY. May there be Mother many, many more. and Father.

KEITH RUTH HAPPY BIRTHDAY FROM PENELOPE sell those "extras" with a Want Ad You can sell anything under the sun with a Classified Ad JACOBS Funeral services for Joseph Jacobs will be held Tuesday, 12 noon. in the South 18th Ward chapel, corner 2nd Avenue and A St. Friends may call at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Monday 6 to 8 p.m., and Tuesday at the ward chapel one hour prior to services. Interment, Kaysville-Layton Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuarv.

KAMERATH Funeral services for Herman E. Kamerath will be held Wednesday, 12 noon in the Hawthorne Ward Chapel, 808 Roosevelt Avenue. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple Tuesday, p.m. and Wednesday at the ward chapel one hour prior to services. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary. KETTERER Funeral services for Peter Ketterer will be held Tuesday, 10 a.m., in the Larkin Mortuary chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends may call at the mortuary Monday, 6 to 8 p.m.. and Tuesday prior to services. Interment, Mt.

Olivet Cemetery. Funeral directors. Larkin Mortuary. KROESCHER Funeral services for Emil August Kroescher will be held Tuesday 2 p.m. in the Larkin Mortuary Chapel, 260 East South Temple.

Friends may call at the mortuary Monday 6 to 8 p.m. and Tuesday one hour prior to Interment, Salt Lake City: Cemetery. Funeral directors, kin Mortuary. KRUMM Graveside services for Wilbert R. (Bill) Krumm will be held Tuesday at 12 noon at the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Friends may call at the O'Donnell Mortuarv, 372 East 1st South Monday, p.m. Family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society. Funeral directors, O'Donnell Mortuary. NEWMAN Funeral services for Clarence Franklin Newman be held Tuesaay, 2:00 p.m., at the Coloniai Mortuary, 2128 South State, whre friends may call Monday, p.m., and Tuesday prior to services. Additional graveside services will be held Wednesday, 12:00 noon, in the Cemetery, Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Funeral directors, Colonial Mortuary. OSSMEN Funeral services for Angus Fowler Ossmen will be held Wednesday, 12 noon in the Larkin Mortuary Chapel, 260 East South Temple. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday, p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary. OTTLEY Funeral services for Velma Curtis Ottley will be held Tuesday, November 28, at 11 a.m. at Madison L.D.S. Ward chapel, 2280 South 3rd East. Friends may call at Memorial Estates Mortuary, 5850 South 9th East, Monday 6 to 8 p.m., and at the chapel one hour prior services.

Interment, Redwood Memorial Estates. Funeral directors, Memorial Estates Mortuary. PECK Graveside services for Ferd P. Peck will be held day, 11:00 a.m., at the Salt Lake City Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday, a.m., at the Deseret Mortuary, 36 East 700 South.

Funeral diectors, Deseret Mortuary. PRITCHETT Funeral services for John J. Pritchett will be held Tuesday, 1:00 p.m. in the South LDS Ward Chapel, Fairview, Utah. Friends may call at the Larkin: Mortuary, 260 E.

South Temple, Monday p.m. and Tuesday at the ward chapel one hour prior to services. Interment, Fairview City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary. PULOS Funeral mass for Rose Puios will be held Tuesday at a.m.

at St. Ann's Church, 474 E. 21st South. Rosary will be recitMonday at 7:30 p.m. at the O'Donnell Mortuary, 372 E.

1st South, where friends may call Monday, p.m. Burial, Mt. Oli-! vet Cemetery. Funeral O'Donnell Mortuary. RASMUSSEN Graveside services for Elly Marie Simonsen Rasmussen will be held Tuesday, 12 noon in the Elysian Burial Gardens.

Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East Temple, Monday 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral directors, Larkin Mortuary. STODDARD Funeral services for Ronald D. Stoddard will be held Tuesday 2 p.m. at the Deseret Mortuary, 36 East 7th South 7-8 where, friends may call Monday p.m.

and Tuesday one hour prior to services. Interment in the Memorial Gardens of the Valley with military graveside rites. Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary. TANNER Graveside tuneral services for Eloise Tanner will be held Tuesday 1 p.m. in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Friends may call at Evans and Early, 574 East 1st South, Monday 8-9 p.m. Friends so wishing may make cont to Primary Children's Hospital. Funeral directors, Evans and Early. WALKER Funeral services for George William Walker will be held Tuesday at 12 noon in the Sunset Mortuary Chapel, 2350 East 13th South. Friends may call Monday from 6 to 8 p.m.

and Tuesday 11 a.m. until time of services. Burial Lawn Memorial Park. FuFuneral directors, Curtis Mackay Sunset Lawn Mortuary. Florists BROWN FLORAL FREE DELIVERY "Always the Finest" in flowers 364-5544 5th South and 10th West TRAVEL DRIVERS wanted to drive cars to and from L.A., San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, Phoenix and 1 other maior cities.

This is not employment. 521-7895. NATIONWIDE AUTO TRANSPORTERS. 830 So. State.

322-3163. HELP WANTED EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Administrative secretary for position in large Hospital, requires typing 70' wpm. shorthand 100 wom, dicta phone, ability to meet public. 2 to 3 vears secretarial experience. Full time.

permanent position. Rea. hours, excellent working conditions and fringe benefit program. inautre: L.D.S. HOSPITAL Personnel dept.

325 8th Ave. 521-6488. Equal Opportunity Emplover CAREER OPPORTUNITY Established Watkins distribution cen-1 ter available in the Ogden, Bountlful working or Salt Lake area. Must enloy with people. Co.

expense paid trainine program. Many fringe benefits. Write or call Mr. Ethridge, 4088 So. State Street, Salt Lake City, 84107, 262-3376.

2 WE NEED gals to help US service customers. Convenient hours. We' train. Full or part time. Calf: 262-3376, ext.

7 Watkins Products. COOK Exper. with special diets. Also kitchen helper for eve. shift.

Call Mrs. Martinez, 328-8881. MAYTIME MANOR Convalescent Center is seeking a sharp, LPN for charge position on 3-11 shift. fringe benefits. Apply in So.

person East. weekdays 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; 252 5th XE C.S CRETARY-Well estab-, lished co. has position available for woman with good steno skills $500 Call Sue 521-7950 All Seasons Employment Agency RECEPTIONIST: Dictaphone exo. with sparkling personality at front desk, type, file, $350 mo. Call Misty White, 521-9263, Snelling Snellingt Employment agency.

GAL FRIDAY: Work top position top floor. Glass office, lite typing, Try it! $350 mo. Debbie Todd 521-9263, Snelling Snelling. Employment agency. EXPER.

cashier for selling reserved seat theater tickets. Must be able to work day or eve. shifts. For terview call manager, Regencv Theater, 486-7444 aft. 7:30 p.m.

CLERICAL: Such a bang up lob, nets your application in fast. lite type, file, $375 mo. Call Misty White 521-9263, Snelling Snelling. Employment agency. GIRL Friday for commercial raphy studio.

Must be personable and enthusiastic. Secretarial ing not required. Send resume to box X-16 c-0 this paper. TYPIST: 10 quick fingers req. along with preity smile.

Plush off. $400 mo. Call Debbie Todd 521-9263, Snelling Snelling. Employment agency. Vice SECRETARY! President of you int'l co.

al can If are exceptionCall Ann handle men get. $375 mo.i now! 484-5227 All Seasons Employment Agency. SECRETARY: Vivacious and knack with figures will land you an AAA lob, highly rated, $350 mo. Call Misty White 521-9263, Snellina Snelling. Employment agency.

MASSEUSES WANTED, earn from $2 to $5 hour Dr. Clark at THE NEW WORLD OF MASSAGE. Dial 486-9259. EXPERIENCED lady for part time counter and assembly work in dry cleanina plant, also lady for alter. ations and sewing.

325 East 9th So. PBX OPERATOR, telephone ans. service, shifts, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 and 1-6 p.m., and 3:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call 484-2001 bet.

9-12 a.m.: FILE CLERK: This is your oppty. you are a bright beginner. Willing to learn, $310 mo. Call Kathy Kemp 521-9263, Snellina Snelling. Employment agency.

GEN. OFFICE: Typing, filing, will train on video computer. Good tuture, learn? $350 mo. Call Kathy! Kemp 521-9263. Snellina Snelling.

Employment agency, WANTED, full time, experienced legal secretary. Type, Shorthand and dictaphone a must. Salary comensurate with ability. Call 521-5466 for appointment. SECRETARY: You name It.

they have it! Great, working sal. TOD Todd firm, mo. Call Debbie! Emplovment '521-9263, agency. Snelling co*ckTAIL waitress-bartender. 900d tips, good pay, good location.

Call only If Interested In working foryour pay, night shift. 299-8435. EXPERIENCED FIRE RATER: Several yrs. exper. ratina fire Ins.

policies. Salary open. Abbott Fletcher Employment Agency 328-4217 PROCESSOR: Reliable Indy. to. begin work now for an expanding co.

Kemp No 521-9263. typing, $360 Snelling mo. Call Kathy: Employment agency. credit union, pd. holidays CASHIER: Well known, chain has 33540 year.

Call Ann 484-5227 All Seasons Employment Agency. SECRETARY EXD. Executive IBM typewriter. lite dreamy future, busy off. $450 mo.

Call Misty White 521-9263. Snelling Snelling. Employment agency. EXPERIENCED waitress, combina-! tion casnier and hostess for newly! remodeled private club. Apply Mon.

thru 9 a.m. p.m. 607 East: 2nd So. See Jackie. ACCTS.

CLERK: Some exp. helpful: in acct. day. and rec. Top notch co.

Move Now! $400 mo. Call Kathy Kemp 521 9263, Snelling Snelling. Employment agency. PERSONALITY type needed for general office position. Bnits.

$350 mo. Call Joan 484-5227 All sons Employment Agency ONE girl office Typing, 10-key required. General bookkeeping knowledge helpful. $2 hr. to start.

268-1471. DEPENDABLE, mature woman to work in nursing home. Good 5 or 6 days week. Will train. 355-2759.

Like to learn PBX? Local co. will train right person. Bnfts. $325 mc. Call Joan now 484-5227 All Seasons Employment Agency.

RECEPTIONIST: Plush estab. in good loc. Pretty smile req. $350 mo. Call Pat ogers 487-0711, Snelling Snelling.

Emplovment agency. GENERAL OFFICE: Ind. surroundinas. All-around exper. $500 per mo.

Abbott Fletcher employment Agency 328-4217 PART TIME PBX BOARD OPERATOR earn extra dollars now! good pay Hurry! Call Gall HIll 521-7950 All Seasons Employment Agency Waitress needed. 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mon. thru Fri.

Start 11-27. Wasatch Bowling Lanes. 278-1160 or 278-2611. RECEPTIONIST Outaoina woman needed for top co. accurate good pay Call Gali 521-7950 Ali Seasons Employment Agency SECRETARY: Prefer exper.

In cas. ins. Billing, accta. Advancement. $400 UD.

Abbott Fletcher ployment Agency 328-4217 LEGAL SECRETARY Good typing no sh. some legal terms. Cute and shard, $400 mo. Call Jan 521-7950 All Seasons Employment Agency ACCOUNTANT CLERK: $400 mo. Bank reconciliations, credit exp, helpful.

Abbott Fletcher Employment Agency. 328-4217 NEED reliable babysitter. My home, (swingshift). Own Murray area. Call before 2 p.m., 262-9943.

KEY PUNCH TRAINEE to $400 mo. Dav shift. 363-6711 QUALITY Emplovment Agency CHRISTMAS TEMPORARY SALES Variety store $312 mo. 363-6711 QUALITY Employment Agency KINDERGARTEN TEACHER Deqree childhood education on elementary. 363-4589.

PART-TIME Secretarial help. Fri. General office work. 487-5737. EXPERIENCED AIDE needed for rest home.

Afternoon shift. 3-11 p.m. 363-1411. COOK for rest home, 6 days per week. Sundavs off.

363-1411. PARY time day waitress. Restaurant Capri. 487-3678. LAUNDROMAT Hostess- downtown area davs and 4 davs.

266-5077. SEC. plea $550 mo. 363-6711. QUALITY Employment Agency a a Haggard, Harlass, (Essie) TolTeftel- Mesa; Truman, services..

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