DANIEL HUGHES (died 1 Nov 1958)
Funeral Services For Daniel Hughes
Memorial services for Daniel Hughes, 72, who died in a Downey hospital Saturday of a coronary occlusion, were held Tuesday at the Malad Third ward LDS Chapel.
Bishop Hubert Gleed officiated.
Josiah Price offered the family prayer. At the chapel, Charlotte Evans played the prelude and postlude music. Prayers were offered by Royal B. Jensen and Angus Stocking. Speakers were D. LeRoy Thomas and James B. Jones. Sally Connel, Leora Brown and Jerkin Jones sang solos.
Raiford Benson dedicated the grave.
Members of the Third Ward Relief Society carried the flowers. Casket bearers were Bill Chapman, Waldo Jensen, Bryan Redfield, Dan Hughes, Dale Vaughan and Wilford Parry.
Interment was directed by the Benson Funeral Home at the Samaria Cemetery.
Mr. Hughes was born January 18, 1886 at Samaria, a son of Daniel and Sarah Richards Hughes and moved with his family to Malad when he was a child. A member of the LDS Church, he was an elder in the Third Ward. He was a graduate of the School of Mechanics in Missouri.
He is survived by 13 nieces and nephews.
Those from out of town attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Barkdull, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Connel, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Redfield and children, Mrs. Ellen Pratt, Daniel Ericson, Golden Ericson, Grover Ericson, Mrs. Marie Rands, Ogden.
Memorial Services for Daniel Hughes, Age 72 Tues.,
Nov. 4, 1958 – 1:00 P.M.
Malad Third Ward L.D.S. Chapel
Bishop Hubert Gleed officiating
At the Funeral Home Family Prayer Josiah Price
At the Chapel Prelude and Postlude Music Charlotte Evans
Vocal, “The Lord’s Prayer” Sally Connel
Invocation Royal B. Jensen
Speaker D. LeRoy Thomas
Vocal, “Beautiful Hour of Prayer” Leora Brown
Speaker James B. Jones
Vocal, “Goin’ Home” Jenkin Jones
Benediction Angus Stocking
Concluding Rites at Samaria Cemetery
Dedicatory Prayer Raiford G. Benson
Flowers: Third Ward Relief Society
Bill Chapman, Waldo Jensen,
Bryan Redfleld Dan Hughes,
Dale Vaughan, Wilford Parry