For Eli Vaughan
Funeral services for Eli Vaughan were held Tuesday afternoon at the First ward L.D.S. Chapel with Bishop J. H. Dredge officiating. The invocation was offered by Wm. G Thomas and the benediction by H. I. Mills.
Musical numbers were by Mrs. Kate E. Jones, Mrs. Merle R. Lusk, Thomas Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Ward, Jr.
Speakers were President Thos. W. Richards and E. E. Richards. Bishop Dredge made closing remarks.
Interment was in the Malad cemetery. The grave was dedicated by Bishop Dredge.
Eli Vaughan, the son of Morgan and Margaret Vaughan, was born at Malad, Idaho, May 21, 1883, and had made his home here during almost his entire life. On February 6, 1900, he married Mary Williams. To this union, four children were born.
Death came early Saturday morning at a Pocatello hospital as a result of injures received when he fell beneath the wheels of a freight train which he was attempting to border to go north in search of employment.
Mr. Vaughan is survived by his wife and his four children, Mrs. Ernest Spencer of Ogden, Utah; Donald Vaughan of Arbon, Mrs. Geo Daniels and David Vaughan of Malad; one brother, Ed Vaughan of Malad; and one sister Mrs. Homer Hamilton of Emmett, Idaho.