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RULON CRANDALL NOTED SINGER LAID TO REST Friends Pay Hkn Final Respects Sprinpvillc and ^urroundinp com- munities paid pic.wing tribute to the life of Rulon Crandall, on or Utah's promising eojors, at largely attended funeral services held in Sprlngvllle Fourth wnrd chapel Friday afternoon. Leo Robertson of the ward bishopric presided. The speakei-s. who eulogized the life and tint* qualities of their de- parted friend were, Superintendent Chase Madsen of the Price public schocln and former;, mayor of that city; Bishop Walter P. Whitehead ->f Provo First wawli President .1. Frank Brlnghurat nf Kolob stak$ rim* Wdliam Wolnwright of the high council. Music was furnished by ICIino Coffman, who fang "O, Dry TIo&e Tears"; Miss Helen Palfreyimn sang, "Just Awearin' For You": Tl. B. Weight anti WiHinra Pany in a comet duet playeil, "One Fleeting Hour; Resignation" wqb sung by Howard Mendenhall of American Krvk nenn and Harold Holley sang. "The Home …
Mrs. Elizabeth Cook Crandallj age 66, of Springville, died Fridaj afternoon at the home of her dar ter, Mrs. Marion R. Taylor 24 North Fifth West street in thi M*:'. Dc?.th was due to a severe attack of pneumonia of which Mjrs| Crandall had been suffering fo* the past five weeks. Sho was horn in England in 1851 and tame to Utah when three yea of age with her parents. The family settled in Springvill^ where the family lias resided sve^ since. Surviving her are the following children: Mead Crandall, Spr ville; Mrs. \V. A. Colton, Salt Lakei j .Mrs. Marion R. Taylor, Provo; Ha | F. Crandall, Fort Duchesne; J. Of ; Crandall. Springville; also sev ! grandchildren. [ Funeral announcements will b< made later.
J. M. CRANDALL IS BURIED IN SPRINGVILLE Funeral services hold In tfprlnKVITte tfuntia.v nt the home of Mark Cook for Joseph M. Crandall. IB, formerly" of Xprlugvillc hut re- cently a resident of Is Angeles. Mr. Crandall was horn in Sprin- vllle and was a resident of that city during the earlier part of his life. Jle was a road construction contrac- tor and hml been living at I/os Angeles for the past four years, go- ing there from Salt Lake City. He caiue to Salt Idike City from Ia>s Angeles Inst week on business and died Friday morning at the Wilson hotel from a sudden attack of flu and heart trouble. 0. It. Mavoock, president of the Koloh slake, was In charge of the service and also gave the sermon. Musical numbers were detection by the Mapleton male quartet irnd a yoeafjso'o by Mrs. Edna. -Evans, Johnson of Salt Lake City. Tin* invocation was by M. E. Crandall. Jr., and the itcnedlctjoir by Marlon Taylor of Spanish Fork. Interment was in the city cem- etery where the …
Elizabeth A. CRANDALL is a member of the CRANDALL Family.