Afton Jones Palfreyman

4 Mar 1907 - 26 Jan 1997

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4 Mar 1907 - 26 Jan 1997
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Afton Jones Palfreyman

Married: 1 Jun 1927

Springville City Cemetery

200 West 400 South
Springville, Utah, Utah
United States

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Class 1925 Class Reunion Booklet

Contributor: Rbemis01 Created: 4 years ago Updated: 4 years ago

Spanish Fork Class of 1925 I found this booklet from a Reunion held for the Spanish Fork Class of 1925, saved by my mother Lois Brockbank Rowe. From everything I read I am thinking this reunion would have been in 1970, with the sketches being collected a year earlier. It was badly faded, but the lists of Class members, sketches they wrote, and where they were living I found interesting so I thought everyone might like a look. I will try to link these sketches to the appropriate person. (Hopefully these will be correct). This booklet is very hard to read as it was mimeographed and has faded badly. I will do the best I can to recreate the information. This booklet lists sketches, teachers, notes, information and addresses. This reunion was going to be held in 1970. In later years when there were less and less living members, they started holding these reunions almost every year. In 1925, Loren A. Anderson was the principal, and was still alive at this time. Teachers still alive were Dave Bowen, Leslie Grooms Hales, Ray Hales, Wallace Brockbank, F. J. Faux, Will Holt, Zina Johnson and Percy Hanson. Those who had passed away since their last reunion were: Alvin Atwood, Merle Boyack, Mary Brockbank, Alden Dedrickson, Eleanor Evans, Wayne Francis, Waldo Hagan, Frank Johnson, Dean Jones, Helen Markham, Ralph Peay, Rachel Leyshon, Mary Rigtrup, William Richie, Levi Sorenson, Kathryn Lewis, Ross Huff, Lew Evans. (Names very hard to read - Sorry for errors) Church numbers (000-0000) typed in is to be able to connect these stories to the person listed. Those without numbers I could not find) Senior Class Officers for class of 1925: Archie Gardner - President Lois Brockbank Rowe - Secretary/Treasurer (my mother) Eleanor Stark and Waldo Hagan - Councilmen Listed are those who submitted life sketches, including their addresses. Any errors in this part are due to not being able to read the information. Edna Andrus Hill - 833 North 12th East, Provo, Utah - Spouse: Wilmer Stark Hill (KWCL-V9W) Married Wilmer Hill. Have four children and seventeen grandchildren. I work as a social worker and part time teacher at BYU. Have taught school and been a probation officer. Have been Primary and Relief Society President. Have been active in all church activities. Have been active in civic and professional clubs. My hobbies are people, fishing and camping. My future goals are to live to be 130 years old, to be a wise parent, grandparent and to do good to all people. Bertha Wilborg Bearnson Johnson - 355 East 8th South, Springville, Utah - Spouse: Eugene Johnson (KWZ4-S7R) I attended the BYU and received a two year teaching certificate. I taught school for a time and was called on a mission. After my mission I went back to school teaching and taught until World War II at which time I went into the service and was there until the close of the war. When I returned home from the service I got married and stayed at home and was a good housewife for five years. I then went back to teaching and am still teaching. At present I am a teacher at the Brookside School in Springville. We had four children: two boys and two girls. Three of them are college graduates and the youngest is at present attending the BYU and will graduate in two more years. I like to read, it is one of my loves. I also like to travel and go places and meet people. I hope to do a lot of traveling as soon as possible, but at present I am confined to four walls. Norman Bellows - RFD #1, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Donna Francis and Elva Spencer (KWCZ-TSB) Soon after graduation I married Donna Francis and bought my own farm in Lake Shore. I have farmed all my life and really enjoy it. Donna and I had three children and thirteen grandchildren. Donna passed away in 1958 and I remarried, marrying Elva Spencer who is at present my boss and housekeeper. She had four children and eleven grandchildren so I have a lot of interests in this life. I still farm, but we do a lost of church work, especially Temple Work. I have been active in the affairs of Lake Shore and I still like to do a lot of hunting. Erma Bingham Westphal - 2217 Bradford Street, Bakersfield, California -Spouse: Alfred Westphal I married Alfred Westphal and we lived in Provo until 1934 at which time we moved to Bakersfield and have lived here ever since then. My husband, Alfred, has been employed by S. A. Camp Motors since 1935 and I have been head nurse at the Villa Terrace Nursing Home. We plan on retiring next year. We have a camper and a boat and enjoy camping and fishing. We also enjoy visiting with our children. Our eldest boy lives in San Diego where he is in business as a Civil Engineer. Our eldest daughter is married and lives in Ontario, California and she has two children. Our youngest daughter is attending college in Santa Barbara, California. My life is happy, full and rewarding for which I am grateful every day I live. Myles Foster Bowen - 1009 Sequoia Avenue, Millbrae, California - Spouse: Harriet Bernice McQuary (KWZP-57N) Attended BYU two years then went to A.C. Graduated in 1930 with a Masters Degree. Post graduate work at Ohio State University (1931-1933). Am an Entomologist for U.S. Department of Agriculture 1934 to 1942 stationed at: Twin Falls, Idaho; Grand Junction, Colorado; Phoenix, Arizona and Modesto, California. Went into the U.S. Army Medical Department from 1942 to 1944. Entomology Headquarters - Ninth Service Command stationed at Salt Lake City, Utah and San Francisco until 1965. Retired December, 1965. Presently self employed. Married Harriet McQuary. One son, Steven age 14. All of us enjoy good health. Hobbies: bridge, hunting, fishing and enjoying life. Harold Joshua Boyack - 970 Cedar Lane, Provo, Utah (KWC6-GLT) - Spouse: Dona Fay Evans (KWC6-GL7) Wife Dona. Two sons - Paul, a life insurance salesman for Penn Mutual. Brent is studying for his PHD in mechanical engineering at Arizona State. We have five grandchildren. My position - Assistant Superintendent of Provo School District, also Clerk and Treasurer of the Board of Education. Former President of Provo Lions Club. First President of School Business Officials of State of Utah. Served as Superintendent of Sunday School in two wards in Provo, and have been financial clerk of one ward. Hobbies: I fool around in the stock market. B.S. Degree BYU, Masters Degree Denver University. Lois Brockbank and Owen Rowe - 190 North 1st East, Spanish Fork, Utah - L - KWCN-Z6P and O - KWCN-Z6L) As all know our lives have been as one through school and since graduation. After graduation from BYU (where Owen excelled in sports), and because of his athletic ability, we moved to Los Angeles where he competed in sports and worked in a bank. We moved back to Manti, Utah where Owen coached the basketball team. We then moved to Springville and later to Spanish Fork where Owen coached and taught school. Then came Geneva Steel and Owen went to work there and has been employed by U.S. steel ever since. We have had three sons and one daughter. We keep busy in the church and I give private music lessons on the piano. We have a cabin at Fish Lake and spend much of our free time there enjoying the country and fishing. Thomas Chadwick - 850 West 556 North, Provo, Utah - Spouse: Lavern Mower (KXZ7-VM4) Hired out on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad when I finished high School. I have worked for them since that time. At present I am an engineer on the road. I have enjoyed my life very much and would like to invite all my old friends to come and visit me at 850 West 556 North in Provo, Utah Lorimer Simmons Christensen - 2131 North 220 East, Provo, Utah - Spouse: Phyllis Tanner (KWCD-JDC) (This was so light it was very difficult to read. Will do the best I can. Maybe it will make sense to you) Not much to say. Thirteen years at Smith Auto and 25 years at U S Steel. I am still working there Two children: a son and a daughter. My daughter is married and getting her masters degree in Educational Psychology. My son is a Doctor. Four grand children, three girls and one boy. We moved to Provo three years ago. Hobbies are fishing, hunting and golf. Harold Mark Creer - 103 East 1st South, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Laura Belle Maughan (KWC4-9P5) I filled a mission after graduation. When I returned home I decided on a medical career, but did not carry out this plan. I married and decided to take over the farm and ranch, which I did and am still fooling around with it. We had three daughters and two sons. All of them are grown up except our baby girl. I obtained the position of Postmaster of Spanish Fork, which position I held until I took over one of the rural mail routes with the retirement of Gower Simmons. I am still the Rural Delivery for Route #2 in Spanish Fork. My wife teaches school at the High School. I am interested in my church work and I am a member of the Kiwanis Club of Spanish Fork. Preston Creer - 906 Dearborn Avenue, Helena, Montana - Spouse: Adelia Lorraine Henry (KWZ6-9D3) I graduated from BYU in 1930 and moved to Washington D.C. for my post graduate work in business. Received the appointment as Jr. Agricultural Statistician at Albany in 1931. I was transferred to Helena, Montana as assistant in the state office in 1934. There I married Lorraine Henry of Helena whose father is a native of Helena living for 80 years in this city. I was transferred to Fargo, North Dakota as Assistant in the state office. In 1939 we had a daughter dear to us named Donna. In 1939 I was transferred to Phoenix, Arizona in charge of the state office. In 1944 was transferred to Salt Lake for special assignment. I have been on special farm assignments in Florida, Texas, Arizona, California and Oregon. In 1946 I was transferred back to Helena where I stayed until I retired in 1962. I accepted a position with the Montana Unemployment Commission where I would like to stay until I retire. Helena has many similar attractions as does Spanish Fork such as fishing, hunting, boating, etc. Hannah Cornaby Thomas - 1st West 1st North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Niel Thomas (KWJZ-GS5) I have been teaching school in Nebo School District for twenty-six years. I graduated from the BYU Normal School and taught school for four years. I discontinued teaching to help my husband in the meat business. I returned to teaching in 1950. I continued to study and take classes and finally graduated from BYU in 1962. My code is to be interested in the students. I have taught and followed them to see what becomes of them. I believe that education is the training of character as well as mind, of accumulating integrity as well as knowledge. I married Neil Thomas. We have one daughter, Dixie Lee who graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Nursing. She now lives in Bountiful. We have four grandchildren. First love - grandchildren. Second love - teaching. Third love - reading. Fourth love - traveling. I have always worked in the Church in Primary, Sunday School and Mutual. I am happy for good health and say:“Thank God” that we have work to do each morning when we wake. That bright ambition throws its light, before the steps we take - For idle people never learn the truth of busy hands. Thank God each morning we can go to free the day’s demands. Alta Amelia Dedricksen Durfee - 75 East 7th North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Clealund Durfee (KWCL-79W) After High School graduation I took a beauty course and became a beutician. I have worked through the years and still do some work in my shop. I married Clelland and we had two children: John and Kaye. They both graduated from the BYU. John as a CPA and Kaye as a school teacher. John lives in Salt Lake and Kaye lives in California. We have lived in Spanish Fork all our lives except one year when we moved to Lander, Wyoming. Clealund died while we were there leaving me a widow. After returning to Spanish Fork I accepted a job as an attendant at Utah State Hospital in Provo, and am working there at the present time. Sarah Louise Dowley Black - Monticello, Utah - Spouses: Lloyd Baxter Duckett and William Glen Black (KWCD-QSW) In September following graduation I went to work in the office of the Spanish Fork Co-op and worked until 1934, at which time I moved to Monticello, Utah with my husband to make our home. We were happy to have our home blessed with two daughters. My husband passed away in 1960 and I was a widow for seven years. I am thankful for good health, which has enabled us to live an enriched life, busy with my family and friends, church and civic activities. I have been employed by San Juan County for several years, having worked three years as Deputy Recorder and for the past eleven years as Deputy Clerk. In 1967 I remarried and have a wonderful companion, and when retirement time falls around we plan to live at Bluff, Utah where we have a home and where the climate is ideal for retirement. We will enjoy our hobby of gardening. Max Beck Ferguson - 2134 Logan Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah - Spouse: Ruth Chatterton Parkinson After I graduated I attended BYU and received a teaching certificate to teach, which I have been doing ever since. I taught in Box Elder County for several years and then got a position teaching in Salt Lake city School, where at present I am teaching in a Jr. High School. I got married and have two daughters. We have a lovely home in Salt Lake area and we really enjoy our lives. I at one time liked to fish and fool around, but my days now are full of serious things. Archie Barclay Gardner - 620 South Main, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Virginia Williams (KWZM-QY7) I attended BYU for one year then went to Idaho to work where I met and married Virginia Williams. We came back to Spanish Fork and have made our home here ever since. I have farmed all my life and have lived in the Leland area, but at present am living in Spanish Fork in the Ninth Ward. We have six children: three boys and three girls. We have fourteen grandchildren. My family is a family to be very proud of who do things that make me a proud father. I am semi-retired having turned my farm interests over to my sons. My hobbies are: painting, fixing things for the farm, and just enjoying my life. I welcome any and all to come and see me when you are in town. Lois Gillispie Larsen - 70 West 6th North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Dean Myles Larsen (KWZL-MM9) As a person I feel the last few years (since I have been ill) have not been as I would have liked them to be. I worked as a sales lady for fifteen years but I am now retired and enjoying my grandchildren, knitting, crocheting, reading, and working in the church as a Sunday School Teacher. I have two daughters: Bliss (Mrs. Timothy Moran), and Nadine (Mrs. Dennis Johnson). Bliss teaches school and Nadine is a Beauty hair Stylist - owning her own shop. She won State Stylist and will represent Utah in Florida this July. I married Dean Larsen and we have lived in Spanish Fork all our lives. He is Assistant Chief of Policy of Spanish Fork. Allen Wilford Halverson - 640 North 1st East, Price, Utah - Spouse: Valentine Simons (KWCX-DRT) I went to work for D.T.R. (Dixon Taylor Russell) Furniture Company. I married Val Simons of Payson. I was transferred to Carbon County to work in the D.T.R. Store. I worked for them until they went out of business at which time I went to work for Furniture and Hardware Company where I still work. We have three children: two boys and one girl. I like horses and of course I fish and hunt. Winona Blanche Hansen Mordue - 17410 Burns Street, Encino, California - Spouse: Ruben Elmo Mordue (KWC3-2J4) I married Ruben Elmo Mordue in 1930. We have lived in Southern California since that date. We have one daughter and three sons. Our daughter married a Utah boy and lives in West Jordan. Two of our sons work with their father here in Encino. They run a cement contracting business. Our other son lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado and works in insurance. We have fifteen grandchildren. My hobbies are: Temple work, genealogy, Relief Society, handicrafts and my family. I missed the last reunion, but am looking forward to the next one where I will see you. Ferrel Hanson Eccles - 1099 Keltzer Avenue, San Jose, California - Spouse: Norman Clements Eccles (KWZK-V11) After graduation I moved to Salt Lake to work for ZCMI. In 1929 I married a wonderful guy by the name of Norm Eccles. In 1932 we moved to Boulder City, Nevada where Norm was employed to work on Boulder Dam. There we stayed until 1935 when we moved to Bonneville, Washington where Norm was transferred to work on the Bonneville Dam. We then moved to Mason City, Washington where Norm worked on the Grand Coulee Dam. In 1941 we moved to San Jose, California where Norm was transferred by his company (36 years for Kaiser). We have made San Jose our home for 27 years. We have two children and four grandchildren. Bob, our son, lives in Steeton, and our daughter Sharon lives in Los Gates, California. My health is gray hair, wrinkles, aches, pains (nothing serious - old age). Hobbies are nothing special just being a housewife and enjoying a nice family, church, and friends. Time is passing fast. Will see you at our next reunion - anyway I will make every effort to be there. Willis Hill - 178 South Escalante Drive, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Lucy Levanger (KWZ9-NLB) I have had a full and interesting life. I had to make a choice of herding sheep or teaching school. I couldn’t decide which, so I did both. I have taught school in the Nebo District for 37 years (principal all but 2) and have enjoyed all of these hard years. I have always been interested in livestock so naturally I would lean toward the ranching business. I have owned sheep and cattle all my life (because of this I plan to quit teaching this spring). Due to my interest in livestock and in young people I have worked in the Livestock Shows of the state all my life. I have had about all positions in the church except that of Bishop and President. (Still have my application in for both of them). I married Lucy Levanger. We have had three children and four grandchildren. Nothing to brag about, just darn good kids. Lucy has been a good wife who has let me do what I want to do. We have had many worthwhile experiences together making many friends on our many trips to places of interest as well as all those at home. Our future plans: fish in Strawberry in the summer time, Arizona for the cold spell in the winter, work hard on the ranch, drink coffee at Jacks Cafe to discuss politics and church, and just do what I want to do, when I want to do it. “Vera” Rowena Maria Hedge Hughes - 701 Cliff Drive, Newport Beach, California - Spouse: Alton Grant Hughes (KW8Z-PS2) Shortly after graduation in 1925 I married Alton Hughes. Alt went to medical school and received his degree in medicine. We moved to California where we have lived since Alt received his degree. Alton was quite successful as a doctor. He passed away last year. I enjoy my home and my life here in Newport Beach. We are the proud parents of three sons. Louie Vee Hopper Christensen- 22 South 8th West, Provo, Utah - Spouses: Glen Walker Allmen and Leland James Christensen (KWD9-KWG) After graduation I changed my name because of a very good man I married Glen Allmen. We had a very good life being blessed with three children: two girls and one boy. My husband passed away and I was left a widow. I finally met my present husband Lee Christensen of Provo, Utah. I moved to Provo where I live at present. I am very happy with my life and my family. I enjoy good health and a good position - that of a worker at the State Hospital in Provo, Years pass so fast I can hardly realize we have been graduated from our good old school for so many years. Oliver Jameson - 3621 28th Avenue, Sacramento, California Graduated from the University of Utah in 1929. Taught school for seven years in Price and Salt Lake. Quit teaching in 1938 and moved to Van Nuys, California and went in the real estate business. Pearl Harbor came and I joined the Navy and spent four years in active duty. In 1949 smog and traffic pressures in the Los Angeles area induced me to sell my business and move to Sacramento. I reinvested in a home and twenty one rental units. I recently sold sixteen of the rental units, but I still retain six of the units and my home. Now I am semi-retired. Clifford Jex - 1010 Elm Street, Grand Junction, Colorado - Spouse Lois Morgan (KWC5-S64) I graduated from the University of Utah in 1930 in Engineering. My first employment was with the Strawberry Water Users and the State Water Engineer. I remained there until 1942. An offer of Federal Employment in Colorado resulted in me moving to Colorado. I held this position until 1953 at which time I opened a private engineering practice which I have continued until the present time. I married Lois Morgan in 1933. A review of the activities of Lois and myself in the past 35 years would not be complete without a comment about our children. Our oldest daughter has a Masters Degree and is Librarian at the University of Washington. Our eldest son will complete his Masters Degree in Engineering this spring. The two younger children are taking advantage of the Jr. College system in Utah and are attending Dixie College in St. George, Utah. Lois and I have always enjoyed the out of doors: camping, deer hunting, fishing, snow skiing, and boating and water skiing. We spend considerable time on the lakes of Powell, Flaming Gorge and Strawberry, also many of the lakes of western Colorado. Cecile Ingeborg Johnson Curtis - 4th South 8th East, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: John Wilburn Curtis (KWCX-L9D) After graduation from High School I attended BYU for two years, attaining a teachers certificate and taught school one year at Genola, Utah. I married Wilburn Curtis. To us were born five children all of whom have married well, have fine jobs, and nice homes. They have given us 16 grandchildren. I was substitute teacher for many years and from 1949 to 1952 I taught school in Goshen, Utah. In 1959 I was appointed to the position of City Librarian where I am still employed. My hobbies are camping and fishing. I also love to travel and work in the church. We have made our home here in Spanish Fork except for two short intervals where we lived in Magna, Utah and Pocatello, Idaho. Aften Jones Palfreyman - 261 East Center, Springville, Utah - Spouse: Eldon Palfreyman (KWZF-WC8 I am in very good health and enjoy the outdoors, going fishing and camping with my husband. My hobbies are knitting and sewing. I belong to the Musettes Chorus of Springville being assistant director. We rehearse each week and present concerts from Moroni to Brigham City which I enjoy very much. Also at present I am music director of the Relief Society and Singing Mothers. I have no other job except being a housewife and sitter for my grandchildren when I am home. Evelyn Jones William - 150 West 3rd South, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: David Clark Williams (KWC2-TJC) After graduation from High School I attended the BYU for two years and got my teaching certificate. I taught school in Juab County District, Magna and Levan. I married Clark Williams and we made our home in Spanish Fork. I have taught school off and on all my life and at present am teaching in Salt Lake City schools. We have two boys born to us. I am home each week and invite all to visit me at 145 West 3rd North. (Address is different from above, so I don’t know which is correct.) I have always been very active in politics, serving in most positions in the city, county and state - of course Republican. Lester Hyrum Jones - 476 East 4th South, Provo, Utah - Spouse: Ruth Hannah Lewis (KWC8-Z87) I have two children and three grandchildren. I have been employed by Provo City Power Co. for 25 years. At present I am foreman of the service department. I have been active in the church having been on a foreign mission and two stake missions. I have held many positions in the ward, having been Ward Clerk, Counselor in the Bishopric, and many others. At present I am a Stake High Counselor. For the past 5-1/2 years I work one night a week at the Salt Lake Temple. I like to collect church books, and work in my flower garden in the summertime. Byron Melvin Killian - Salem, Utah - Spouse: Mina Christensen (KWC6-WCF) After graduation I went to work with my father on our farm in Salem. I married and have lived on the farm in Salem. I became interested in sheep (Columbia) and have been in this business for many years. I have been quite successful having a very good flock of sheep that have won me several honors. I sell rams from this flock. I have enjoyed myself working on my farm and tending my sheep business. Perry Larsen - 266 East 2nd North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Marie Hoare and Lula Pollock (KW8G-J72) I have lived in Spanish Fork all my life. I have been a farmer and have had some livestock that goes along with the farm. I married and have two daughters. They have given us eight grandchildren. I am getting old, but I still have some of that old Larsen spirit left in me. I hope to make a million on my farm in the next five years and then retire and let some other person work as hard as I have on my farm. Eldon Grant McKell - 1134 East 930 North, Provo, Utah - Spouse: Afton B. Vincent (KWCP-VKK)? I attended the BYU. There I met Afton Vincent of Provo and married her. We have two children: Eldon Clair McKell and Linda Kay Crandall. We have seven grandchildren. I am a real estate salesman and appraiser. My hobby is golf. I am in good health. I am active in the church and hold the position of High Priest in the East Provo Stake. Rebecca Elizabeth McKell Fullmer - Mapleton, Utah - Spouse: Clifford Samuel Fullmer (KWCK-9J3) I was married to Clifford Fullmer 42 years ago. I have lived in Mapleton all these years. I had six children: four girls and two boys. I lost my eldest daughter. We have eighteen grandchildren, which I help spoil. I have worked on the school lunch in Mapleton for 11 years, and I hope to retire next year when I am 62 years old. I work in the Primary, Relief Society, and chairman of Ward Bulletins. I am proud of my family and husband. I enjoy good health and am able to visit all my children. Ella Jane Money Frampton - 114 South 2nd West, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Franklin Roy Frampton (KWZF-N39) I am at present employed at J-Mart Publishing Company as Society Writer and Office Manager. As you all probably know, I am married to Dr. Frank R. Frampton and we live at 125 South 2nd West, in Spanish Fork. We have three children: Florence is married to Carl Marcusen who operates a Dairy Farm west of town. They have four children - one son and three daughters. Frank (Bud) is a dentist practicing in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho He married Elayne Hansen and they have two sons. Robert is in Medical School at the University of Oklahoma. I am in good health and as yet haven’t had time for a hobby - maybe when I retire. Robert Arthur Nelsen - 315 East 1st South, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Edme Hunter Dotson and Mary Dorthella Wood (KWZ3-FR6) Born in Spanish Fork October 7, 1906 to Arthur Nelsen and Evva McKell. I married Edme Hunter Dotson. We have two children: Robert W who teaches at Ricks College, and Karen who is a freshman at Ricks College. I have been a teacher and principal in the Nebo School District for four years. At present I am principal of the Park School. I am presently a High Priest and High Councelor in the Spanish Fork Stake. I have served as Ward Clerk, Bishop and Stake High Priest. Anna Amelia Rigtrup Bowman - 517 West 4th Avenue, Toppenish, Washington - Spouse: Alfred Curry Bowman (KWZW-731) I married Al Bowman after graduation and we moved to the state of Washington where Al farmed and ran land all his life. We have had five children: four boys and one girl. Our girl died and our four boys are all living near me except my youngest son who is in the army and making it his career. At present I am a supervisor in our hospital. It is one of my true loves. The other love is my church. I work in the church activities and it is a great pleasure to know I am doing some worthwhile things for other people. If any of you come this way for your vacations, contact me and I will show you a real good time. My address is 517 West 4th Avenue, Toppenish, Washington John Allen Rowe - 3900 West 97 Terrace, Overland Park, Kansas City, Kansas - Spouse: Virginia Tarbet (KWCT-614) After graduation from High School I went to college and graduated in public service work. I went East and obtained work, finally settling down in Kansas City, Kansas, where I now live. I am employed at present by the State in Public Health Services and work here in Kansas City. I met my wife (Virginia) and married shortly after I came East. We have one son who is at present attending the BYU in Provo. We still keep in contact with our connections in Utah through our son and through my brother and sister. Time flies and we hope to see some of you in the immediate future. Merrill Rex Sabin - 957 South 350 East, Orem, Utah - Spouse: Marie Elizabeth Huber (KWC2-NB2) After graduation I married Marie Huber. We lived in Salem for a time and then moved to California where I was employed for Lockheed Airplane Company. I worked there until 1967 at which time I retired and we moved back to Orem, Utah. I worked in experiments and supervision all these years. We have had three children. Marilyn, our oldest, lives here in Orem and is married to Professor Parsens. They have six children. Jean married President Groberg, the present Mission President of the Tongan Mission. They also have six children. John, our youngest, is living at home and is attending school. We have had a very interesting life, but we are glad to get back to Utah to get some fresh mountain air. Norma Snell Oakley - 360 East 6th South, Springville, Utah - Spouse: Leland Mark Oakley (KWZK-RXY) I married Mark Oakley in 1927. We had a good life together until he was killed in an airplane accident. I have been a widow for fourteen years. We had five children: three boys and two girls. Our eldest boy died when he was 34 leaving a wife and three children. Our second boy lives in Roosevelt being an employee of the Bureau of Reclamation. He has four children. Our youngest boy is in Vietnam in the Medical Corp. Our eldest daughter lives in California and our youngest daughter lives in Spanish Fork. We have a total of ten grandchildren. I enjoy my life especially the visits of my friends, my gardening, my flower and my handwork. Mary Sorensen Huff - RFD #1, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Wilford Edwins Ottesen and Mark Huff (KWCY-W2V) (This history was very faded and hard to read. Hopefully I have translated it as close as possible.) After I graduated from High School I attended the BYU for three years and received my normal diploma. I taught school in Spanish Fork, Thistle and Lake Shore. I married Wilford Ottesen in the Salt Lake Temple in 1929. We had a baby girl and shortly after my husband died of spotted fever. Because of my mother being old, I moved back home and took care of our family. As time moved on I married Mark Huff of Lake Shore in 1941. We have made our home there ever since. We are farmers and we plan, work and hope that God will do the rest. We have reared five children in our home. Four are married and we have twelve grandchildren. The gospel has been a bright light that has guided me through my life. I have spent my time and have had many positions in the Church. At the present I am First Counselor in the Relief Society. I am also chorister in the Jr. Sunday School. My husband spends time raising flowers. I love embroidery work and quilting. Mark and I are living happily together, united in our efforts to do good. Stensa Bernice Sorensen Newman - 1425 - 26th Street, Ogden, Utah - Spouse: Robert Leland Newman (KWCK-GF6 I am happily married and living in Ogden the past sixteen years. I have seven children and eight grandchildren. Four are in college, three at the BYU and one in medical school. The others have all graduated from the BYU. I managed to fill my time in church work, doing volunteer work at the hospital, golfing and a fair share of traveling. My husband and I enjoy good health and are looking forward to retiring ina couple of years. We plan on doing some extensive traveling when we rerire. Eleaner Stark Edman - Salem, Utah - Spouse: Frank Marcellus Edman (KWZZ-KHT) I am living in Salem where I have been all my married life. I have a fine husband and four children. One lives in Salem and the other three live in California. We have five grandchildren. I retired from teaching five years ago. I have been very active in church activities. At present I am teaching in Relief society and Sunday School. At this time I am at home after an eye operation. I am recovering satisfactorily, but it is a long drawn out process, although it curtails my love of reading. My wish is to keep happy and healthy. Arthur Bernell Stewart - 33 North 300 East, Santaquin, Utah - Spouse June Christine Downey (KWZQ-QDL) I married June Downey from Santaquin, Utah in 1929. We were later married in the Manti Temple. I farmed until 1936. I moved to Park City and mined until 1944. Since then I have worked at Geneva Steel and live in Santaquin. I have two children (one boy and one girl) and six grandchildren. My hobbies are hunting, fishing and growing flowers. Melva Stewart Hone - RFD #1, Spanish Fork, Utah. Spouse: Arlynn Hone (KWCY-N8Y) I married Arlynn Hone. He worked at Jex Lumber Company for 15 years then in 1950 he and Verl Stone built the Spanish Fork Cabinet Company. We sold out in 19860 and built the Hone’s Cabinet Mill in Benjamin, Utah. I have been President of the Primary, in the Presidency of the MIA and Relief Society, on the Stake Board in Primary and MIA. We have four children: two girls and two boys, and nineteen grandchildren. I keep busy working in the Pink Ladies Organization and other jobs. My husband says I can’t say “no” to anyone that wants help or something done. I have good health, friends and relatives and am in love with the world, my home and my fellow men. Beatrice Jane Taylor Johnson - 342 South 2nd West, Provo, Utah - Spouse: Aesl Van Johnson (KWCB-RF9) (This was printed very light so don’t know if it is correct) I went back to vocational school to take practical nursing. I was 60 years old. We needed to supplement our income. My husband died two years ago. I work in the pediatrics Ward of the Utah Valley Hospital. My hobbies are gardening and hard work. I have one daughter, and she has two children. Before going to work I had hobbies. I have been Relief Society President, Pink Lady at the hospital and love charity drives Luther Max Thomas - 45 West 1st South, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Verda Batchelor (KWZ6-GVB) After graduation I entered BYU and received a B.S. Degree. Immediately after graduation I married Verda Batchelor of Provo, Utah. I then went to Stanford for two years and received a Master of Business Administration. I worked as an assistant cashier in the commercial Bank of Spanish Fork for four years and then was transferred to Nephi where I was cashier until 1948. I was active in civic affairs in Nephi. By 1948 Verda and I had two daughters and a son born to us. Marilyn now has three daughters and a son, and lives in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Barbara, who has had two sons lives in Oakland, California. Gordon who has two sons and a daughter and now serves as an assistant manager of the Eighth South Branch of First Security Bank. From 1945 until 1955 I served as Executive Vice President of the commercial Bank of Utah. In 1955 I joined First Security Bank of Utah and since that time have served as Senior Vice President. Since 1936 I have been associated with Lazy S Cattle Company, which is rather a large ranching company and takes up all of my spare time. Verda and I travel a lot and we spend much time at Fish Lake. Ruth Thomas and Claude Merriman Williams - Spanish Fork, Utah - R (KWC2-KKR), C (KWC2-KKT) We have lived all our lives in Spanish Fork. We are farmers and Claude has always enjoyed working with his cattle and farm. We have had two children - one boy Paul who is a Doctor and Francis who is married. I have been working in Penny’s for some time and enjoy it very much. We live in the same home and welcome all for a visit. Florence Tuttle Nielsen - 353 East 1st North, Heber City, Utah - Spouse: Karl Oscar Nielsen (KWCG-3BW) After graduating from High School I went to the BYU and received a teaching certificate. I taught school in Spring Canyon, Carbon County one year. There I met Karl O. Nielsen. We were married March 4, 1928. He went back to school and studied medicine. It took us eight years, but we made it and decided to come back to Utah to raise our family, so we settled in Heber City. We built and owned the Heber Hospital. Karl died in 1956 and I decided to remain in Heber and raise my family. I have three children: Carroll Lee Hickes, Dr. Karl Douglas Nielsen (an intern in Minneapolis) and Richard ( who is a pre-med student at U of M). I now work for the church, republican party, Cancer Society and my grandchildren. Mary Elizabeth Williams Bird - 775 South 4th East, Springville, Utah - Spouse: Maurice Clegg Bird (KWCX-GWP) After graduation in 1925 I attended the University of Utah and the BYU. I taught group piano instructions in Spanish Fork and Salem. In 1929 I married Maurice Bird of Springville. Four lovely children (two sons and two daughters) has blessed our home. Our oldest son Wallace was taken from us in a tragic plane crash. Marian is married to Dr. L. Douglas and lives in Provo. Mary Jane is the wife of Lt. Grant Palfreman residing in Cape Charles, Virginia. Richard our youngest is serving a mission in Ireland. We have nine grandchildren. We are both active in church and civic affairs. My husband is a former Bishop and very active in politics, having served 22 years as Utah County Treasurer. We are both Kiwanians. I hold a honorary Membership for being accompanist for fifteen years. I am still teaching piano and both Maurice and myself are enjoying the best of health. Jennie Margret Wood Carter Allred - 727 East 4th South, Provo, Utah - Spouses: Elwood LeRoy Carter and Ruel Burns Allred (KWCN-NCD) I retired from J. C. Penney Company last March after working for them since 1950. I have had a daughter Jane, a son Gary (who was killed in a car accident in 1950), four stepchildren, and a foster daughter from Norway (Masel Wesenberg). I love them all as if they were my very own. I really enjoy my retirement. I love to sew. I make Temple clothes and am Work Director in the Bonneville Ward Relief Society. I go fishing with my husband, but I do my fishing from a chair in our camper. Mary Dorthella Wood Dunkley - 362 South 3rd East, American Fork, Utah - Spouse: Melvin Dunkley (KWCC-16H) I married Melvin Dunkley February 4, 1931. He was a returned missionary and we were married in the Salt Lake Temple. He was a construction worker and because of this we have lived in numerous places in Utah, Arizona, Minnesota, and other states for short periods. We have five children and fifteen grandchildren. Our children are: Melvin who lives in Salt Lake City; Betty Mae who married Lynn Major and they live in Layton; James who is working on his Masters Degree and working at Motorola as an Electrical Engineer and lives in Scottsdale, Arizona; Paul Lives in American Fork and is working on his B.S. Degree in Elementary Ed and teaches school in Alpine School District. My hobbies are music (piano, organ and voice), sewing and genealogy. Violet Wood Musig - 520 North Main, Salt Lake City, Utah - Spouses: Charles Musig and Carl Walfred Larson (KWCZ-NMZ) I married Charles Musig. He passed away in 1961. We have three sons and a daughter. Morris is the owner of a toy business near Washington D.C. Ronald is a Federal Investigator for the government. Elwood is the manager of a Dee’s Drive In. Annette is married and is an accomplished musician. Our three sons filled missions for the church. At present I am First Counselor in the Relief Society, Assistant Chorister in the 19th Ward. I have served on many stake boards. I am active in the American Business Women’s Association. I serve as a song director for the Salt Lake county Chapter of Utah Pioneers. I work part time at the Deseret Gym and I give private piano lessons and do seamstress work. My hobbies are: bowling (I belong to a league and we took championship for two years), gardening, sewing, cooking and loving and tending my six grandchildren. Haven’t yet been arrested for speeding. Don’t feel very old. I still have a lot of life left after my days work is done. I don’t cross the bridge until I come to it, and I intend doing some jogging in my spare time. Prudence Wride - 116 South 3rd East, Salt Lake City, Utah (KWCJ-TYG) There is really nothing very much to write about. Never had sense enough to marry and raise a family. I work for Electrolux Corporation, in their regional accounting offices. I have worked for them eight years in San Francisco, Tulsa Oklahoma and now here in Salt Lake. I taught school for 13 years in Nebo. They were very good years. I had Willis Hill as a principal. I enjoyed my life while in Spanish Fork. I guess my hobbies are music and church and club work. I can’t complain about my health for I am generally well, but getting old. I want to say a fond hello to all. Velma Brems Snow - 980 East Canyon Drive, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: William Warren Snow (KWCC-BWD) I live at 980 East Canyon Drive. My husband and myself are retired and enjoy going fishing and on trips. I have had three children: two daughters and one son. We are real proud of ten grandchildren. I have good health and still think Spanish Fork is the best place to live in the world. Elmer Lee Fillmore - 9th East 3rd South, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Gwendolyn Ethel Wride (KWCB-BCX) I married Gwen Wride from Payson and we have been blessed with seven children, two girls and five boys. Marcia our eldest is married and lives in California. She has five children. Barry joined the Navy and is making it a career. He lives in Texas and has two children. Wade filled a mission, is married and has two children. Edgar filled a mission and will graduate from the BYU this spring. Greg filled a mission to England and is working to get money to attend school. Bruce is at present filling a mission to the Indians in Arizona. Maralee is a student at the Jr. High School. My hobby is raising purebred Arabian horses. I have five mares and one stallion. I work for the Central Regional Welfare. We live across the road from the Icelandic Monument in Spanish Fork. Kendall B. Carr - Helper, Utah - Spouse: Effie Isabell Chadwick (KWC6-6YN) I have worked for the Rio Grande Railroad as a Machinist in the mechanical department for 42 years. I have raised five children and have fifteen grandchildren. My eldest son lives in Syracuse, New York and works for G. E. Company. Our youngest son is a pilot for Trans World Air Lines and lives in California. One daughter lives in Provo and two live here in Helper. My hobbies are gardening and carpentry work. We own a home in Helper and I am in the best of health. I am at present living in the Helper First Ward and am the Clerk. Kathryn Stahman Matley - Coalville, Utah - Spouse: Mark Arthur Matley (KWCV-LK3) I do sincerely appreciate you including me with your class for even though I didn’t graduate at Spanish Fork High I did spend eleven years as one of you and I feel that I am one of you. We have had a very happy, but uneventful life. As you know I married Mark Matley in 1928 and we moved to New Mexico where he taught school for two years. We then moved to Coalville where we both taught school. I retired last year, and mark will retire this spring having taught school for forty years. We have two children. Fred is in Salt Lake in business and Joyce in Logan where her husband teaches at USU. We have seven grandchildren and we baby sit them a lot. Mark and I have had good health and just hope it continues. Larue Boyack Prior - 41 North 2nd West, Lehi, Utah - Spouse: Dean Prior (KWCR-PZP) I married Dean Prior June 5, 1929 in the Salt Lake Temple. We have lived in Lehi all our lives. Dean has been Mayor three terms and has been a State Legislator. We have two children, LaDeane who married Don A. Peterson, and Keith who lives in Lehi and is attending BYU. I have always worked in the church having been President and Secretary of the Ward Primary, Secretary of the Relief Society, Captain of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, and other positions. I have been active in local politics. My hobbies are scrap books of which I have many, collecting cups and saucers of places we have been, and dishes. We live at 41 North 2nd West, Lehi, Utah. Preal Hanson Snow - Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Frank K. Snow (KW84-N3C) I was born and raised in Benjamin where I attended school and then went to the Spanish Fork High School where I graduated. After graduation I attended LDS Business College for one year and then worked for McCune School of Music for a year until I received a mission call. I spent two delightful years in the North Western States mission. When I returned I married Frank Snow. We had four children. Two of them passed away, leaving us with a boy and girl. They blessed me with seven grandchildren. I have worked all my life which I enjoy, and some of my pleasure comes from singing for public functions. I have always enjoyed my church work and my one love now is to baby sit for my grandchildren. I like to visit my family and this summer I plan on spending the whole summer with my daughter who lives in Texas. Winona Ferguson Unck - 4733 Atwood Blvd., Murray, Utah - Spouse: Henery Berend Unck (KWCQ-FQH) I live in Murray. I have two sons and eight grandchildren. I love gardening and love to work and visit with people. I work as a P.B.X. Operator for ZCMI. I travel as much as possible and hope to go most places of interest in the next few years. Othelia Bradford Van Ansdal - Santaquin - Spouse: Julius Arthur Van Ausdal (KW87-5MM) I am well and happy. We have a nice home here in Santaquin. My husband and I have eleven living children: six daughters and five sons. All my sons have served our country, one of them is now serving in the Air Force in Vietnam. We have 43 grandchildren. We have been on various jobs from the Canadian border to California and have seen and lived in some beautiful places. We are ready to retire soon and have come back to our old home to stay. I am working in a cafe here in Santaquin. I like meeting people, especially people from Spanish Fork. My hobbies are: my family and working in the church. I am Jr. Sunday School Coordinator in our ward. I like working with small children. May I wish all of you the best of luck in your life. John Robertson Banks - 50 East 3rd North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Mary Ellen Mower (KWCB-9GR) I left school and went to farming. I have farmed all my life. When the Powder Plant came to Spanish Fork I went to work there and worked there until they sold out to another company. I followed construction for a while and at present am employed for Spanish Fork City. We bought a home in town. Lillian Davis Binks - Corner of Diplock and High, Flat 3, Rock Hampton, Australia - Spouse: Ernest Frank Binks (KWC8-JQH) Shortly after graduation I married Ernest Binks of Mapleton, Utah. We have made our home there since that time until two years ago when we accepted a mission call to the Australian Mission. We are here as of now (March 10, 1968) completing our mission. We will be home in about six months. We have had a very pleasant life. Earnest worked for Del monte all his life or until he retired and we went on our mission. We have raised fruit and chickens on our ranch in Mapleton. We hope to see most of you late this summer. Morris Evans - 255-1/2 South 1st West, Salt Lake City, Utah After graduation I moved to Salt Lake, married and went to work in the Zion Wholesale business. I worked in the wholesale business all my life until recently when because of my health I had to retire. I live in Salt Lake City. I am still in poor health and am not able to work or do too much exercise. I have been married two times, but at present am living alone. I want to wish all of you the best in life. Rulon John Gull - 575 North 200 East, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Amelia Doble Tadd (KW8W-2NX) After leaving school I worked for Spanish Fork Motor Company. Later in 1930 I went into business for myself running a service station and repairing cars. In 1934 I sold out and bought a farm and started raising cattle which I continued to do. In 1942 along with my farm and cattle, I started to work for the U.S. Forest Service. I had many positions with them such as maintenance foreman. In 1950 I helped save a pilots life and received national recognition. We continued to live in Spanish Fork until 1957 when I was transferred to the Cache national Forest. There I was in charge of all roads which included roads in Utah and Southern Idaho. This job I continued to hold until 1966 when on top of Mt. Logan I received a very severe heart attach and have been unable to work since that time. During all these years I was called on to fight fires and have received much recognition for this work. In October 1967 we moved back to Spanish Fork and bought us a home at 575 North 2nd East where we welcome our friends and associates. Roland Joseph Hansen - 125 West 2nd North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Uda Holley (KW8X-N5D) I enjoy very good health spending most of my time farming and tending my cattle. I married Uda Holley and bought a home at Spanish Fork where we have lived ever since. We have had two sons and one daughter. Because of my farming interests I am tied down to the soil and I enjoy working the farm and watching crops mature. Guen Cleon Prior Wrathall - 554 East Griffith Way, Fresno, California - Spouse: John (J_ Rowberry. Wrathall (KWZ4-Y3N) I married J. R. Wrathall from Grantsville, Utah in the Salt Lake Temple in 1930. We lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for 17 years, then Buffalo, New York 13 years. My husband died in Buffalo in 1959. I then moved to Fresno to be near two of my sisters and my brother Dave. We had five children and we now have ten grandchildren. Insurance provided me with a unique and charming home here with a full wall of view of its own lovely private flower garden. This yields me inner joy while I am at home. The surroundings almost drives me into ecstasy. My job of teaching second graders is both stimulating and challenging. Their sense of humor and my own keeps this difficult job on the happy side. Major hobbies and interests are Church work: teacher, instructor, genealogy and traveling. Our kids live in Reno, Nevada; Hawaii; Connecticut; Seattle; Washington; and Fresno. I take to the road every school vacation and visit them. I love gardening (flowers); jogging (a mile each morning); calisthenics and swimming. Near me is a Salem (figure) and every day after school there is the luxury of this plush gym. Grandchildren - I enjoy them. It is fun to enjoy them without being a 24 hour baby sitter. Family Home Evenings. On each Fast Sunday we all get together for a big feast and fun night, just like Thanksgiving with all the prior clan and their offspring. It’s a ball. We have certainly had our share of problems, sorrows and heartaches, but all in all my life now is mostly full of joy. William Warner (Bill) Hansen - 205 West 3rd South, Payson, Utah - Spouses: Rosievelle Stalnaker and Geneva Lee (KWCX-BFF) Born and raised in Spanish Fork. After school I went to work in Bingham where I was injured in an accident. I was in and out of the hospital for three years. I married my nurse Rosievelle Stalnaker. I started my schooling in Pharmacy at University of Utah and later at Pocatello, Idaho. I worked for J. W. Christensen in the City Drug for several years, and then bought my own drug store which I now operate at Payson, Utah. We have had two sons, both married. Gary lives in Payson. He has three sons and a daughter. Kirk lives in Sandy and has two daughters and expecting a son in April. I enjoy good health and after spending ten or twelve hours in the store, I enjoy playing with my grandchildren. I am active in church and civic affairs, and enjoy some fishing and hunting. Ora William Jones - 115 East 5th North, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Vera Vivian Dearing and Fay Caroline Neel (KWCB-2B9) I have lived here in Spanish Fork since my school days. I married and we had seven children, which has given me fifteen grandchildren. I am a widower, my wife having passed away twelve years ago. I work at the steel plant and spend much of my free time in fishing, hunting and camping. Ireta Lewis Banks - RFD #2 - Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Ralph Edward Banks (KWC8-ZL4) I was born and raised in Spanish Fork where I attended all the schools. I married Ed R. Banks of Palmyra where we have made our home (on the farm) since our marriage. Ed works for Del Monte as a field supervisor and I have been employed as a sales lady for R.L. Jex Company. We have two children: a son Grant, who filled a mission in the West Central States. Later he graduated from Utah Tech and at present is employed in Salt Lake City. He is married and has one daughter. Our daughter Afton graduated from Utah State and at present is teaching in the Granite School District. Juanita Lewis Johnson Howard - 316 East 10 East, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Joseph Franklin Johnson, William Clifton Howard and Albert Floyd Huish (KWZ9-6VN) After my husband (J. Frank Johnson) passed away in 1939, I had to go to work to support my family of five boys and three girls. After some persuasion from some friends I decided to become a part of the Democratic Party and run for the office of City Recorder. I was voted to this office for three terms and enjoyed the association and work. I also worked in Christensen’s Department Store for many years. My family grew into adults before I realized it and I married William C. Howard. We raised one girl, Dianna, who was six years old when Mr. Howard passed away in 1960. In 1964 I was called to a mission in the Southern States. After three months on my mission I was called home to bury Dianna who was killed in a car accident. I only served fifteen months on my mission as I had to come home and help my daughter’s family as she was operated on for a heart condition. I now work in Taylor Brothers Company. I maintain my home here, and love the work, the people and the community. I love to read, work in the church and do gardening. I am looking forward to retirement so I can do a lot of the things I have missed by working and raising my family. Maude Evelyn Morgan Mathewson - 578 North 13 West, Salt Lake City, Utah - Spouses: Boyd Thomas Keith, Max Alfred Mathewson, Jr. (KW6Q-TJW) After we moved to Provo from Spanish Fork I attended the BYU. I met my husband Max and we were married. We have had a very good life together. We moved to Salt Lake City and after some time I decided to work. After some preparation I obtained a position working at the Utah Medical Center at the University of Utah where I still work and enjoy it very much. We had one daughter and we love her very much. Our lives are centered around our work and our family. We have lost most of our connections with our old friends, but hope to renew some of our friendships in the future. Mildred Morgan Barker - Magna, Utah - Spouse: John Jay Barker (KWCV-BTH) I married John Barker after we moved to Provo from Spanish Fork. We had three children: two girls and one boy. My husband John was killed in an accident and I was left a widow. I went back to school at the BYU and obtained a teaching certificate. I taught school for several years in Provo and then decided to move to Magna where I now live and where I teach school. I enjoy my teaching and my life is quite full of love for my children. Esther Sena Olsen Peckenpaugh - 245 South 6th East, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Edward Ellis Peckenpaugh (KWZQ-TYV) At the age of sixteen I was involved in a very serious accident while working at Utah Idaho Sugar Factory. I was confined to my bed for six months and then had to be on crutches for many more months. I feel very fortunate that my health is as good as it is. I met Edward Peckenpaugh while working at the sugar factory, and after going together for four years we were married in February 1933. In July 1934 our daughter Joyce was born. She is now a legal secretary in Los Angeles. In February 1944 we had a son Ronald who is at present in the army serving and stationed at Dugway Proving Grounds. We have been married 35 years, and have enjoyed all of these years. My hobbies are going to our summer cabin in Bryant Fork and fishing in Strawberry. We live at 345 South 6th East in Spanish Fork and belong to the Fifth Ward. George Proctor - 2400 South 4th East, Salt Lake City, Utah - Spouse: Luella Polson (Div); Lydia Elizabeth Staker (KWZX-4WL) I have had a very good life. I have lived in Salt Lake most of my life. I work on construction (electrical) and at present working as a maintenance man for Utah Power . I travel around a lot and work where I am needed. I have been married twice and have had two good companions. At present I am in Idaho doing work on a pole line. Claudine Chambers Pulver - 143 South 2nd West, Payson, Utah - Spouse: Albert Edward Pulver (KWCW-T6V) After graduation I married my husband Albert Pulver. We are the parents of five children, four girls and one boy. My son has just finished services in Vietnam. Three of my daughters are married and one is going to college. We have twelve grandchildren. I have been studying art. I took lessons for seven winters during the school months and I am proud to say that I have had some of my paintings selected to hang in the Springville Art Exhibit. I enjoy good health and my husband and I enjoy the out of doors. We hunt and fish and enjoy every second of this pleasure. Hagan Roosevelt Johnson - 244 South 8th East, Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Madge Angus (KWCJ-4M2) I married my wife Madge in 1935. We made our home here in Spanish Fork. I have worked for California Packing Corporation for twenty-five years. We have four children and five grandchildren. I like the out-of-doors. I spend much of my free time working in my yard and around my home. We go to the canyon a lot and I do some fishing and hunting. Floyd Lyman Losee - 3837 South 3600 West, Granger, Utah - Spouse: Susan Murriel Grant (KWCK-LN3) Many things have happened in my life since that time of 1925. I went on a mission to Canada for two years which I enjoyed very much. When I returned I married one of the best women to be found. We have two children: one boy and one girl. They have blessed us with eight grandchildren: four girls and four boys. On August of 1963 I had an operation on my right hip. They took out my ball and socket and replaced it with a stainless steel one. I went from a wheel chair to crutches, to a cane; and today I am almost as good as ever walking on my own. My life has been full of many wonderful experiences. I have stayed very active in the church and my blessings are too many to mention. Good luck to all my friends of yesteryears. Edward Aitken Thomas - RFD #2 - Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouses: Arvilla Myrtle Ford and Afton Jones (KWZC-191) I am happy to report I am in reasonably good health and busy. My work consists of acting as manager of the Utah Agricultural Marketing Association, Commodity Director of the Utah State Farm Bureau Federation and Executive Secretary of the Salina Marketing Service. I suppose my hobby is working with my two sonsin the operation of our three hundred acre Dairy and Sugar Beet farm. As always I am active in the church, being at present a member of the Palmyra Stake High Council. I am active in civic affairs being chairman of Fiesta Days. I confess I could not carry the load I have been carrying if it weren’t for my devoted wife, two sons and one daughter. Laverne Wood Warren - 460 East 1st North, Spanish Fork, Utah Spouse: Marcus Daniels Warren (KW8X-3S4) I have been married to a good husband for ... years. It has been a wonderful life. We have traveled a lot and lived in several areas. As my husband does electrical construction working, I was the raiser of the children: a boy and a girl. My son is married and is the father of five children. My daughter is a registered nurse and is an accomplished organist. My life has been service in my church. I have served for 25 years in the Primary. I have been organist in the Sunday School and the primary, and filled a stake mission and at present am organist for Relief Society and Primary, and am a visiting teacher. My hobbies are ......, fishing and my creed is to live the best I can so I can look the guy in the eye, in the looking glass and never be ashamed. Robert Foster - P.O. Box BA 3, Henderson, Nevada - ? I moved around a lot when I was young, but after some time I more or less settled down and became a home owner. At present I am semi-retired and live near Henderson, Nevada. My address is P.O. Box BA 3 Henderson, Nevada. I live here because of the climate and because of the pleasure I get out of this type of life. Verle Francis - 4095 Gromacey Avenue, Ogden, Utah- Address but no sketch. Andrew William Sorenson - 1020 Broadlesiron, Duarty, California - - Spouse: Lilly Wolfson (K2HF-KYZ) I finished my formal education at San Bernardino in 1928. I worked in Santa Fe Rail Road shops and got my sheepskin in 1937. I also worked in the oil fields. I married in 1932 and have raised two children: Rose and Bill. We have three grandchildren and one great grandchild. I gun smithed as a hobby and by 1937 was making my hobby a livelihood. I started making airplane parts for Douglas and had acquired tools and machines. Then I started doing good and by the time the war started I was employing 65 men. The war came and went and then came missiles, and I became a link in the Polaris and Minute Man. Then I had a heart attack and had to quit. I have nearly recovered, and on working as a Sales Engineer for a machine company. I am 62 years old and owner of real estate that brings me in $900 a month which is a good income. This is large enough for me to retire and I plan on retiring about June of 1968. It will be hard for me to quit my job which pays me $1,500 a month. Lucille Hansen Jarvis - RFD #2 - Spanish Fork, Utah - Spouse: Joseph Leon Jarvis (KWZ7-YTQ) I was born and raised in Palmyra and I guess I will die here. I married Leon Jarvis and we live on the farm here. We have two sons and two adopted daughters. My eldest son, Paul, is a Major in the army. At present he is in Korea. He has a wife and five children. Our second son, Lee, works at the pipe plant and at present farms and owns Suffolk sheep. He has a wife and six children. Our eldest daughter lives in Los Angeles and works for the power and water department. Our second daughter lives in Tooele. She has three children. My hobbies are quilting and other hand work.

Life timeline of Afton Jones Palfreyman

Afton Jones Palfreyman was born on 4 Mar 1907
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 7 years old when Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, were assassinated by a Yugoslav nationalist named Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, sparking the outbreak of World War I. Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria-Este was a member of the imperial Habsburg dynasty, and from 1896 until his death the heir presumptive (Thronfolger) to the Austro-Hungarian throne. His assassination in Sarajevo precipitated Austria-Hungary's declaration of war against Serbia, which in turn triggered a series of events that resulted in Austria-Hungary's allies and Serbia's declaring war on each other, starting World War I.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 22 years old when Babe Ruth becomes the first baseball player to hit 500 home runs in his career with a home run at League Park in Cleveland, Ohio. George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr. was an American professional baseball player whose career in Major League Baseball (MLB) spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935. Nicknamed "The Bambino" and "The Sultan of Swat", he began his MLB career as a stellar left-handed pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, but achieved his greatest fame as a slugging outfielder for the New York Yankees. Ruth established many MLB batting records, including career home runs (714), runs batted in (RBIs) (2,213), bases on balls (2,062), slugging percentage (.690), and on-base plus slugging (OPS) (1.164); the latter two still stand as of 2018. Ruth is regarded as one of the greatest sports heroes in American culture and is considered by many to be the greatest baseball player of all time. In 1936, Ruth was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame as one of its "first five" inaugural members.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 33 years old when World War II: Nazi Germany and Slovakia invade Poland, beginning the European phase of World War II. World War II, also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945, although conflicts reflecting the ideological clash between what would become the Allied and Axis blocs began earlier. The vast majority of the world's countries—including all of the great powers—eventually formed two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most global war in history; it directly involved more than 100 million people from over 30 countries. In a state of total war, the major participants threw their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities behind the war effort, blurring the distinction between civilian and military resources. World War II was the deadliest conflict in human history, marked by 50 to 85 million fatalities, most of whom were civilians in the Soviet Union and China. It included massacres, the genocide of the Holocaust, strategic bombing, premeditated death from starvation and disease and the only use of nuclear weapons in war.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 35 years old when World War II: The Imperial Japanese Navy made a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, intending to neutralize the United States Pacific Fleet from influencing the war Japan was planning to wage in Southeast Asia. World War II, also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945, although conflicts reflecting the ideological clash between what would become the Allied and Axis blocs began earlier. The vast majority of the world's countries—including all of the great powers—eventually formed two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most global war in history; it directly involved more than 100 million people from over 30 countries. In a state of total war, the major participants threw their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities behind the war effort, blurring the distinction between civilian and military resources. World War II was the deadliest conflict in human history, marked by 50 to 85 million fatalities, most of whom were civilians in the Soviet Union and China. It included massacres, the genocide of the Holocaust, strategic bombing, premeditated death from starvation and disease and the only use of nuclear weapons in war.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 46 years old when Jonas Salk announced the successful test of his polio vaccine on a small group of adults and children (vaccination pictured). Jonas Edward Salk was an American medical researcher and virologist. He discovered and developed one of the first successful polio vaccines. Born in New York City, he attended New York University School of Medicine, later choosing to do medical research instead of becoming a practicing physician. In 1939, after earning his medical degree, Salk began an internship as a physician scientist at Mount Sinai Hospital. Two years later he was granted a fellowship at the University of Michigan, where he would study flu viruses with his mentor Thomas Francis, Jr.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 58 years old when Martin Luther King Jr. received the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolence. Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his death in 1968. Born in Atlanta, King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, tactics his Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi helped inspire.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 72 years old when Jim Jones led more than 900 members of the Peoples Temple to mass murder/suicide in Jonestown, Guyana, hours after some of its members assassinated U.S. Congressman Leo Ryan (pictured). James Warren Jones was an American religious cult leader who initiated and was responsible for a mass suicide and mass murder in Jonestown, Guyana. He considered Jesus Christ as being in compliance with an overarching belief in socialism as the correct social order. Jones was ordained as a Disciples of Christ pastor, and he achieved notoriety as the founder and leader of the Peoples Temple cult.
Afton Jones Palfreyman was 82 years old when The tanker Exxon Valdez spilled 10.8 million US gallons (260,000 bbl; 41,000 m3) of oil into Prince William Sound, Alaska, causing one of the most devastating man-made maritime environmental disasters. A tanker is a ship designed to transport or store liquids or gases in bulk. Major types of tankship include the oil tanker, the chemical tanker, and gas carrier. Tankers also carry commodities such as vegetable oils, molasses and wine. In the United States Navy and Military Sealift Command, a tanker used to refuel other ships is called an oiler but many other navies use the terms tanker and replenishment tanker.
Afton Jones Palfreyman died on 26 Jan 1997 at the age of 89
Grave record for Afton Jones Palfreyman (4 Mar 1907 - 26 Jan 1997), BillionGraves Record 642459 Springville, Utah, Utah, United States