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Seventy-one couples were married at Salt Lake City last week. Among the number appears the name of Miss Elsie Glenn, of Vernal. She was married to Charles L. Knight [10/3], of Salt Lake City. Miss Glenn is one of our well know and popular young ladies. She has many friends here who join the Express in extending congratulations.

Harvey's mom and dad are married.


Mrs. J. S. Varner has received word of the birth of a daughter at the home of her nephew, Homer Haynes, of Sunnyside. The young lady [Genevieve Ina] arrived on Monday [?].

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Genevieve Ina Haynes (LaRue's sister) is born (Thursday, 12/19/1918).


Mrs. Roy Knight and daughters gave a delightful dinner party Monday night in honor of Mr. Knight's 50th birthday. A delicious hot dinner was served at 7 p.m. to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Colton, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wahlquist, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jarmon, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Woolley, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gagon of Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Durfee of Leota and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Harris, Bert Harris and Marion Westover.

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Charles LeRoy "Roy" Knight (Harvey's dad) turns 50 (3/6).

Alterra High Holds Commencement Exercise May 3rd

The second annual commencement exercises of the Alterra high school were held Friday, May 3rd, when the following thirty seniors were graduated:

...Harvey Knight,...

The following program was rendered: March of the graduates; invocation, Gene Merkley; vocal solo, Harvey Knight;...

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Harvey graduates and sings solo.


A party for Harvey Knight, in honor of his nineteenth birthday was given Tuesday [11/19] evening at their home, by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Batchelor. The evening was spent in playing cards. A delicious supper was served to the guests as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Knight, Donna and Eugenia Brough, Lucille Johnson, Wayne Pickup, Lawrence Wall, Harvey Knight and the host and hostess.

Harvey's 19th birthday [11/12] party.

Gusher Woman Killed in Auto Crash Saturday

At about 6 p.m., Saturday Mrs. Homer C. [sic] Haynes, postmistress of Gusher, was instantly killed when the automobile she was driving in alone turned completely over, breaking her neck, inflicting a deep wound in her head and causing instant death.

Mrs. Haynes, also a WPA case worker, had been at Vernal all day working at the courthouse, and was returning home through falling snow. When near the Halfway Hollow on the new asphalt pavement, according to Sheriff J. Emery Johnson and Frank Swain, Vernal night marshal, she apparently had applied the brakes, which caused the car to plunge over a six foot embankment.

William Vernon, coming from Roosevelt, shortly after found the wrecked car and Mrs. Haynes. He notified Sheriff Johnson, who investigated and brought the body to Vernal. No inquest was held. County Physician Weldon K. Bullock stated death was instantaneous from a fractured neck.

Mabel Estella McMillen Haynes was born November 13, 1880, at Fairview, Utah, the daughter of Edward H. and Lulu [sic] Morwer [sic] McMillen, Salt Lake City. On November 13, 1918 she married Homer E. [sic] Haynes and lived for a time at Sunnyside. They came to Gusher in 1925. Six years ago she was appointed postmistress at Gusher. She had been active in Utah postmasters' organization ever since.

Besides her husband and parents three daughters, Genevieve, Larue [sic] and Emmalue, one son, Edward all of Gusher, survive, also two sisters, Mrs. Melba McKee, Vernal; Mrs. Thelma Jones, Salt Lake City; one half-sister, Mrs. James Burton, Kenilworth; three brothers Ed McMillen, Los Angeles; Helton McMillen and William H. McMillen, both of Salt Lake.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Ballard ward chapel with Bishop C. W. Bodily of the Gusher ward presiding, assisted by Bishop Russel Todd of Ballard. The services were held at Ballard in order to accomodate [sic] the large number of people wishing to attend.

After the services the body was taken to Salt Lake for burial and a service held Thursday at the Bluemel and Knight Mortuary.

Mr. Haynes, it will be remembered, was the driver of the car which overturned near Park City sometime ago when Wong Sing of Fort Duchesne was instantly killed. Mr. Haynes has not yet fully recovered from injuries received in this accident.

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Mabel Estella McMillen Haynes (LaRue's mom) dies.


Funeral Rites For Victim of Accident Held At Gusher

Gusher Postmistress Killed When Automobile Leaves Road Near Halfway Hollow on US 40.

Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel McMillen Haynes, postmistress of Gusher, who was killed Saturday night when her automobile left the road in a blinding snow storm near the Halfway Hollow on highway 40, were held Tuesday at 1 p.m., at the Gusher ward chapel.

Services were conducted by Bishop C. W. Bodily of Gusher. The speakers were Bishop Todd of Ballard, Bishop Bodily from Gusher and Mr. Knight of Randlett and a life long friend and school companion of Mrs. Haynes from Sunnyside, Utah. All spoke of the friendship and association with Mrs. Haynes and her family. Mrs. John Jorgensen of Vernal sang a vocal solo; Irma Gines of Gusher played the violin and other musical numbers were furnished by the Manwaring girls of Ballard.

Following the services the body was taken to Salt Lake City where additional rites were held Thursday afternoon at the Bluemel and Knight funeral home. Interment took place in the Salt Lake City cemetery.

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Mabel McMillen Haynes funeral.

Mrs. Chas. L. Knight Dies of Heart Attack

Mrs. Elsie Alberta Glenn Knight the wife of Charles L. Knight of Randlett, passed away suddenly of a heart attack at the home of her son, Glenn Knight in Roosevelt at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday [11/22]. Glenn was in Randlett at the home of his parents and they all had dinner together at 6 p.m. and Mrs. Knight decided to come to Roosevelt and spend the night and do some shopping for the Thanksgiving dinner which she had planned to have at Randlett for the family. While sitting talking the attack came which ended her life and which was a shock to the family. Mr. Knight, her husband, was immediately summoned from Randlett.

Mrs. Knight was born May 28, 1886 at Provo, Utah, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn. She was united in marriage to Charles L. Knight, October 3, 1906 in the Salt Lake Temple. The first ten years they resided in Bluffdale, coming to the Basin in 1916 and lived in Vernal for four years then moved to Randlett where they have since made their home.

Surviving besides her husband are the following children: Mrs. Vera Westover, Riverton, Utah; Glen Knight, Roosevelt; Mrs. Mildred Bachelor, Randlett; unmarried children are Harvey, Clifta, and twins Lillie and Lillian. Sisters: Mrs. May Strohmeyer, Mesa Arizona; Mrs. Albie Gagon, Mojave, California; Mrs. Ada Moore, Globe, Arizona and Mrs. Vera Hill, Wellington, Utah.

Funeral services will be held in the L.D.S. ward chapel at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, at Randlett with Bishop C. Fred Wahlquist conducting. Interment will be in the Roosevelt cemetary.

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Elsie Alberta Glenn Knight (Harvey's mom) dies.

Friends Pay Last Tribute to Mrs. Elsie Glenn Knight

Impressive Funeral Services Held in The Randlett Ward Saturday

On Saturday, November 26th at 12 o'clock noon, the funeral of Mrs. Elsie Alberta Glenn Knight, who died very suddenly last Tuesday evening of a heart attack at the home of her son, Glenn Knight in Roosevelt, was held at Avalon. Never has the Randlett ward chapel witnessed a more impressive service than this to which came scores of neighbors, friends and relatives to pay the last solemn reverence to one who held a unique place in the hearts of all who knew her.

Under the direction of Bishop C. F. Wahlquist were offered a succession of earnest and sincere tributes to the character of Mrs. Knight, one who truly lived her faith. The Randlett ward quartet consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson, Miss Lenna Wilson and Ward Jarman sang If We Could See Beyond, followed by prayer by Bishop L. C. Wall after which Mrs. John Hill of Wellington, Utah, sang When I take My Vacation in Heaven. Elder Jesse S. Brough's beautiful use of the 31st chapter of Proverbs made his listeners feel the peculiar application of that passage of scripture to the life of the departed and when he said his gratitude could never fade for Mrs. Knight's helpfulness to his family though many years, he voiced the feeling of most who heard his words.

Influence For Good

Mrs. C. C. Wright of Fort Duchesne sang Going Home and Ray E. Dillman of the Roosevelt stake presidency spoke with deep appreciation of the influence exerted by Mrs. Knight on the people acquainted with her. W. H. White, of Salt Lake City, a brother-in-law sang a duet with his daughter which was followed by an admirable summary of what Mrs. Knight's life represented given by John M. Knight of Salt Lake City, her husband's brother.

The Randlett ward quartet sang Resting Now From Care And Sorrow and C. Ruben Wilson of Randlett pronounced the benediction. Interment took place in the Roosevelt city cemetery and the grave was dedicated by Bishop Bert Crump of Bluff Dale.

Out-of-Town People

A large number of out-of-town people attended the funeral among whom were John M. Knight, Miss Lillie Knight, Miss Jessie Knight, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White and daughter Dorothy and Mrs. W. A. Knight of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Fred J. Hall, Mrs. Warren Casper, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Crump, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hardman and Mrs. George J. Merrill of Bluff Dale, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Westover and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Butterfield of Riverton, Utah; Dee Hardman of Lehi; Mrs. Olive Batchelor of Castle Gate and Mrs. Frank Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and Mrs. Orlan Workman of Wellington.

A profusion of beautiful floral offerings served to show the esteem and affection in which Mrs. Knight was held by a great number of friends and admirers. Her loss to the ward where she labored untiringly cannot be calculated.

To Mr. Knight and his family goes the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle of friends who share their sorrow and grief.

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Elsie Glenn Knight funeral held.


Harvey M. Knight of Randlett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Knight, has enlisted in the U. S. army and left Monday for Fort Douglas at Salt Lake City where he will be stationed with the First Communication Squadron of the Air Corps.

Harvey is a graduate of the Alterra high school.

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Harvey enlists in U. S. Army.

Marriage Vows Taken

Marriage vows were taken Sunday [9/7] by LaRue Haynes, daughter of Homer E. Haynes of Gusher, and Harvey Knight, son of C. L. Knight of Randlett. The marriage was performed at the Naylor Hotel at Gusher by Bishop C. L. Wahlquist of Randlett before members of the families and intimate friends. The bride was beautifully dressed in a white and black port suit. Following the ceremony the newlyweds were honored at a dinner party. Both are graduates of the Alterra High school. For the past two years Harvey has worked in the Maeser IGA store and at the present time he has employment at the Ashley Valley Market. They plan to make their home in Vernal.

Harvey and LaRue get married.


Mr. And Mrs. Harvey Knight are the parents of a baby boy [Harvey Larry], born Sunday [sic].

Larry is born (Monday, 7/13).

The Stroller

Vernal After Dark

Harvey Knight proudly buying cigars and broadcasting the fact that he's a mighty proud new papa.

Harvey brags about son.

With the Men in THE ARMED FORCES

Lt. Genevieve Haynes in Tucson

Miss Genevieve Haynes, a lieutenant in the Army Air Corps nursing corps, is expected home on leave soon from Tucson Arizona where she has been stationed since her entrance into the service in January. Lt. Haynes is a graduate of the Salt Lake general hospital and sister to Mrs. Harvey Knight and Mrs. Emma Lou Wardle of Vernal.

Genevieve Haynes (LaRue's sister) coming home on leave.

With the Men in the ARMED FORCES

Home on Leave

Harvey Knight seaman second-class is spending a fifteen day leave here with Mrs. Knight and his son Larry after completing his boot training at Farragut Idaho.

Mr. Knight is a former Ashton Bros Employee and entered the navy April 21. He will report back to Farragut for futther assignment on July 12th.

Harvey home on leave.


Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Knight are the parents of a baby girl [Kathleen LaRue] born March 20th.

Kathy is born.

Harvey Knight Home

Local residents will be interested to know that Harvey Knight is back in Vernal, after having spent 20 months confined to the Fitzsimmons General Hospital in Denver, Colo.

Mrs. Knight, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Darrell Wardle, met Mr. Knight and brought him home August 1.

Harvey says it surely is wonderful to be home and chat with all his old friends again. It is his special wish to thank the many friends who visited him while he was in the hospital, and for the letters, cards, flowers and other gifts which he received during the many months of illness.

Harvey returns from hospital.

Randlett Pioneer, Dies in Salt Lake

Charles LeRoy Knight, 69, died in a Salt Lake hospital Tuesday [11/13] at 4:10 p.m. of a heart ailment. He had been a resident of Bountiful during the past three years, and was a retired farmer.

He was born in Salt Lake City March 6, 1882, a son of John Allen and Isora Atwood Knight.

He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later day Saints, a high priest in Bountiful Fifth Ward. He served as a stake missionary in South Davis Stake. He filled a two year mission for the LDS Church in the Western States from 1902 to 1904 and also filled a mission there in 1927.

He married Elsie Glenn in the Salt Lake LDS Temple Oct. 3, 1906. She died Nov 22, 1938. After his marriage he had worked and farmed at Bluffdale, Salt Lake County.

On Dec. 12, 1942, he married Dora Babcock Taylor at Roosevelt. He resided at Vernal prior to and aftger his second marriage. This marriage later was solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. Four years later, his wife died.

He married Hette Call Sainsbury on Oct 15, 1948, in the Salt Lake Temple.

Mr. Knight had lived in the Uintah Basin from 1914 until 1942, and between 1942 and 1944, he lived at Fall City, Washington after which he moved to Salt Lake City and in 1948 to Bountiful. While in the Uintah Basin he served as Sunday School superintendent and ward clerk for 20 years in the Randlett Ward. He had been superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Ass'n. when residing in Bluffdale Ward.

Surviving are his widow, Bountiful; two sons and five daughters: Glen L. and Harvey M. Knight and Mrs. Eldon (Clista) [sic] Johnson, all of Vernal; Mrs. I. M. (Vera) Westover, Montello, Nev; Mrs. L. W. (Mildred) Maynard, Sandy; Mrs. George (Lillian) Lewis, Kamas; and Mrs. Blaine (Lillie) Richard, Rock Springs, Wyo; 18 grandchildren; one brother, William A. Knight, Salt Lake City and four sisters: Miss Lillie Knight and Miss Jessie Knight, Salt Lake City; and Mrs. Warren (Mayme) Hilton, Salt Lake City; and Mrs. Addie Hatt, Blufdale.

Roy Knight (Harvey's dad) dies.

Residents' Sister Dies in Kamas; Funeral Today

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. today (Thursday) in the Kamas LDS Ward chapel for Mrs. Lillian Knight Lewis, 34, sister of Glend Harvey Knight of Vernal. She died Monday [8/29] morning at her home after a long illness.

She was born December 14, 1925 in Randlett, Uintah County, a daughter of CHarles LeRoy and Elsie Glenn Knight. She was married to George William Lewis, October 3, 1945 in Salt Lake City.

Prior to her death, Mrs. Lewis was the South Summit County correspondent for the Salt Lake Tribune.

She was active in the LDS Church Sunday School, Primary Assn. and Young Women's Mutual Improvement Assn. in Kamas. She was a Primary teacher in the Kamas LDS Ward at the time of her death.

Mrs. Lewis is survived by her husband and sons, Raymond, Leslie, Kamas, two brothers and four sisters, Mrs. Vera Warburton, Nevanda, Glenn and Harvey Knight of Vernal, Mrs. Mildred Maynard, Murray, Mrs. Clifta Johnson, Lapoint, Uintah County; Mrs. Lillie Richards, Rock Springs, yo. [sic]

Burial will be in Marion Summit County Cemetery.

Lillian Albie Knight Lewis (Harvey's sister) dies. Also, this article from the Summit County Bee & Park Record.


Miss Linda Hall H. Larry Knight Announce Plans

Announcement was made this week of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Linda Hall and H. Larry Knight.

Plans are being formulated for a wedding ceremony to be held Saturday, November 12 in the Kiwanis Scout Lodge and a reception will follow in Maeser Ward Chapel.

Miss Hall is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn S. Hall and the prospective bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Knight.

The couple graduated from Uinta High School this spring where she was active in Commercial and F.H.A. clubs and he was active in Key Club, Commercial Club, and Football.

During the summer, Miss Hall has been employed by Uintah Rexall Drug and Mr. Knight is an employee of Bradshaw Auto Parts.

They plan to reside in Salt Lake City where Mr. Knight will attend Steven Henagers Business school and will be employed by Bradshaw Auto Parts there.

Larry gets engaged. Full resolution scan here.

Kiwanis Scouthouse Wedding Rites Unite Linda Hall, Larry H. Knight

The Kiwanis Scouthouse was the scene of a wedding ceremony Saturday evening which united in marriage Miss Linda Hall and Larry H. Knight. Performing the double ring ceremony was President Wm. B. Wallis. Close friends and relatives of the bride and groom attended the rites.

Following the ceremony, a wedding reception was held in honor of the newlyweds at the Maeser Ward chapel. Parents of the new bride are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Knight are parents of the bridegroom.

FOR HER WEDDING and reception, the bride wore a floor length gown of white slipper satin which featured a lace insert and a long chapel train. The fitted bodice was highlighted by a rounded neckline and long tapered sleeves which came to lily points over her hands. A crown of seed pearls held her shoulder length veil of illusion and she carried a bouquet of dainty pink rosebuds.

Attending the bride as maid of honor was Connie Cook and bridesmaids were Barbara Boyatt, Vivian Merkley, Kathleen Knight and Rita Hall. All donned princess style dresses of turquoise chiffon velvet with matching slippers and carried nosegays of pink and white carnations.

Mrs. Hall selected a dress of sapphire blue chiffon with matching accessories and Mrs. Knight was dressed in rose velvet with black accessories.

HERBERT SNYDER, JR. assumed the duties as best man and ushers were Duane Wardle, Mike Hall, Harold Henline and Doug Jacobsen.

Presiding at the guest book was Juanita Sinfield and gift bearers were Shanna Hall, Venessia Horrocks, Reva Pope, Emma Lou Wardle and Genevieve Stanfill took care of the gift room.

Refreshments were under the direction of Clara Jenkins, Rea Stevens, Elaine Davis and Hazel Atwood while Susan Hall, Merilyn Anderson and Anita Massey served.

Master of ceremonies for the program was Acel Hall and the program consisted of the following numbers: solo, Gloria Horrocks, accompanied by Margaret Robers, Venessia Horrocks, tap dance, Oral Merkley and Margene Hall, duet, Reginald Burchinal and Herman Bingham, instrumental accompanied by Neva Bingham and Mike Hall, song accompanied by Pama Rae Campbell.

BELLS, CANDELABRA and large baskets of pink and white flowers decorated the hall. The three tiered wedding cake of pink and white topped with large wedding bells was the center of attraction.

Out of town guests attending the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Heber Kimbal and son, Don and daughter, Rosemary and her fiance, Mel Gadd, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kastler, all of Salt Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Phillips and family of Tooele.

For a going away outfit the bride chose a black wool dress which she made. The couple will reside in Salt Lake City where Mr. Knight will complete his studies at Steves Henager Business School and continue part time employment for Bradshaw Auto Parts.

A pre-numptial shower was held in honor of the bride by her sister in law, Joan Hall.

Larry gets married (11/12). Also this article from the previous week.


Harvey Knight Funeral Services Held Wednesday

Funeral services for Harvey Milton Knight, 44, were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Vernal Third Ward Chapel, under the direction of Bishop Thomas Howells of Vernal First ward.

Mr. Knight died Sunday at 7 p.m. in the local hospital where he had been taken the Friday previous following a serious illness.

Born at Vernal Nov. 12, 1916 to Charles LeRoy and Elsie Alberta Glenn Knight, the family later moved to Randlett when Harvey was three years old. He attended school at Randlett and then graduated from Alterra High.

On Sept. 7, 1941 he was married to Norma LaRue Haynes at Gusher. The young couple made their home in Vernal where Harvey was employed at Ashley Valley Market and then at Ashton Bros. Co. In 1943 he joined the Navy and served his country for three years.

It was while he was in the Navy that he submitted to a serious operation for a back injury. He returned home in 1946 and was employed at Ashton Bros. Co. and then as night clerk at Hotel Vernal. In 1949 he was taken to Fitzsimmons Army Hospital in Denver where he spent two years receiving treatment for a serious illness. He then returned home and was employed as bookkeeper for the Utah State Road Commission until the time of his death.

Harvey and his brother Glenn were the original members of A. A. in Vernal and he has been secretary and a leader of the group for the past 14 years.

Surviving, besides his widow are two children, Larry of Artesia and Kathleen, Vernal; four sisters, Mrs. Vera Warburton, Tuscarora, Nev.; Mrs. Mildred Maynard, Vernal; Clifta Johnson, Lapoint; Lil Richards, Rock Springs, Wyo.; and his brother Glenn.

Burial with military honors was in Vernal Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Witbeck Post No. 11 American Legion.

Harvey Milton Knight dies (7/23).


Our community was saddened to hear of the death of a former ward member, Harvey Knight of Vernal. We wish to extend our sincere sympathy to all members of his family.

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Sympathy to Harvey's family.
Howard's birth announcement may be in this issue. Howard is born (8/8).


Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larry Knight, boy [Calvin L.], June 13.

Calvin is born.

Vernal woman's death under investigation

Investigation is stilt continuing into the asphyxiation death of Norma LaRue Haynes Carter, 53, of 431 West 400 South Vernal.

ACCORDING to Chief of Police Jock Jones, investigating officer Terry Orton responded to a call at approximately 1:30 a.m. Monday at the Carter residence, where he found Mrs. Carter in her car dead of suspected carbon monoxide posioning [sic].

Officer Orton accompanied the body to the University Medical Center in Salt Lake City Monday where an autopsy was performed. Death was confirmed by Mr. Orton as self-inflicted carbon monoxide poisoning.

MRS. CARTER was born October 25, 1921 in Sunnyside, Utah to Homer H. Haynes and Mable McMillen Haynes. She married Harvey Milton Knight September 1941 at Gusher. He died July 23, 1961. She married Morris P. Carter April 8, 1974 in Ely, Nevada. She was a telephone operator for the Vernal Mountain Bell office and a member of the Vernal LDS Eighth Ward.

Survivors include her husband, Vernal, one son and one daughter, H. Larry Knight of Salt Lake City; and Mrs. Don (Kathleen) Bailey, Brigham City; three step-children, Tim Carter, Fresno, California; Randy Carter, Anchorage, Alaska and Mrs. Jerry (Pam) Lenhart of Vernal; one sister, Genevieve Stanfill, Vernal; and seven grandchildren.

Funeral services are Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Vernal Eighth Ward. Burial will be in the Vernal Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Thomson's Vernal Mortuary.

LaRue dies.

Services held for Larue Carter

Services for Norma Larue Haynes Knight Carter were held June 4 in the Vernal Eighth Ward Chapel. Bishop Gary B. Taylor was in charge.

TIM CARTER gave the family prayer in the mortuary. Mary Schaefermeyer played the prelude and postlude music. “That Wonderful Mother of Mine” was the opening song, sung by Danna Dee Smith and accompanied by Mrs. Schaefermeyer. Kenneth W. Tripp gave the invocation. Vaughn Hunsaker, Second Counselor, read the obituary and conducted the meeting. Harold McKee was the first speaker. “Going Home” was sung by Marva Lent and Lois Erickson, accompanied by Ruth Walker. Bishop Mac Holmes was the final speaker. Laura Dorius gave a reading of the 23rd Psalm. Floyd Dorius gave the benediction.

Interment was in the Vernal City Cemetery, under the direction of the Vernal Mortuary. Pallbearers were Jack Stanfill, Paul Stanfill, Mike Stanfill, Duane Wardle, Jay Richardson and Jerry Maynard. Duane Wardle dedicated the grave. Vernal Eighth Ward Relief Society was in charge of the flowers.

SPECIAL out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dorius, Idaho; Anna Hooper, Lava Hot Springs, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle 0-Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carter, Joseph, Utah; Mary Fry, Paul Stanfill and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wardle, Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Carter, Caldwell, Idaho; Tim Carter, Fresno, California; and Jack Stanfill, Colorado.

LaRue's funeral held.