Carl Illum


Funeral services for Carl Illum 62, who died Thursday at 2 p. m. at Ogden were held Monday at the First Ward chapel with Bishop Melvin Yearsley o. the St. John ward presiding. The prelude and postlude was played by Mrs. Mariam Talbot. Prayer at the home was offered by Thos. J. Lewis, invocation, Arch Harris and benediction John Blaisdell.
The speakers were: Bishop Yearsley, J. M. Isaacson, James B. Jones, and tribute by his son-in-law, A. Rooker. Musical numbers were furnished by Lorraine and Lucus Corbridge, Bunnie Cartright, Mrs Pearl Monson and Glenna Monson Interment was in the St. John cemetery with Bishop Yearsley dedicating the grave.
Mr. Illum was born August 18 1885, in Denmark, the son of Pete and Elizabeth Hansen lllum. In 1890 he came to the United State and settled in Malad and 18 years ago moved to Ogden. He engaged in the carpenter trade.
He married Rachael Deschamps Dec. 28, 1S04 in Malad.
He was a member of the L.D.S. church.
Surviving are his widow and the [following sons and daughters: Mrs. C. A. Rooker, and Eugene Illum. Los Angeles; Mrs. B. M. Ekenberry, and Francis Ilium, Stockton, Calif.: Mrs. Larry Alsup and Neva Illum. Ogden; Stephen L. Illum. Richmond, Calif.; 13 grandchildren and two brothers, John and Sevil Illum, Malad.
Those from out of town attending were: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rooker, Lt. and Mrs. Rrances Illum, Stockton, Cal.; Lynn Illum, Richmond, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Ekenberry Eugene Blum, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alsup, Neva Illum, T. L. Williams, Mrs. Jane Stayner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Illum, Mrs. Betty Booth, Ogden; Mrs. Lillian Illum, son and three daughters, Plain city, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hayward, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams, Salt Lake; and Ophelia Singleton, Burley, Idaho

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