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PAYSON EDITOR PASSES AWAY (Continued ItriiA Page One1 i , 9 i company auceesafulty for aix years. I He alao Identified himself witrt ; civic affairs and was a member of the Payson Liona club. Mr. Mountford fs survived by hia widow, Mrs, May Mountford and three' children, Jamea Harold, Frank and Fern Mountford of FayaOn; hia mother, Mtb. Kathryn K. Mountford of Salt Lake; four brothers, John Ft. Mountford of Berkeley, FrankG., Harry and Earl Mountford of Salt Ldike and two sisters, Mrs. e| W. Haalam and Mrs, Kathryn Trimble. FuneraJ services will be held Sun- day at 2 p. m* in the Nebo stake taberndcle with Rev. James O, Ar- thur in charge. Interment will be In the Fayson city cemetery.
PAYSON EDITOR PASSES AWAY TYSON.James Henry Mount- ford, local publisher, editor and manager of the Payson Chronicle, died at the family residence on North Main street early Friday morning after an illness of two months. Mr. Mountford was born in Salt Lake City on November 27, 1887 , the son of James Henry and Kathryn Kelley Mountford. As a young man he learned the printer's trade in Salt. Lake am) worked for many years at' th Arrow Press and Gardner Preas. In 1917 he moved with his fam- ily to FJllijiore where he published the Miliari) County Progress 'for4 eight yeftrs. He then sold his in- terest there and came to Payson, having purchased the local paper. With his two sons he has conducted the Payson Chronicle Publishing (Continued On Page Six)
Mary Mountford is a member of the Mountford Family.