SHIRLEY DAUN TURNER VAUGHAN
Accident Victim Buried At Samaria
Funeral services for Shirley Daun Turner Vaughan, 25, who was killed in a car accident last Thursday morning eight miles south of Blackfoot, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Samaria Ward Chapel with Bishop Carl A. Evans officiating.
The prayer at the home was given by J. Guy Benson. The invocation was by Jonah Evans and the benediction by Bud Williams. Speakers were Bishop Evans, A. A. Sorenson and Dr. Thomas Richards. The prelude and postlude music was by Jessie John. Other musical numbers were vocal solos by Louis Yearsley, Karen Hartley and Florence Ipsen. The dedicatory prayer was by D. M. Williams.
Mrs. Vaughan was born March 1, 1928, at Boise. She had resided In Boise, Samaria and Pocatello, Idaho, and in Santa Monica, Cal. and received her education in those communities. She was married to Eugene Nathan Vaughan in Sept., 1952 in California.
She was a member of the LDS Church.
Survivors include her husband; a daughter by a former marriage, Carla Conterman, her mother, Mary DeVine, and her stepfather, Al DeVine, of West Los Angeles, Calif.