Location: Weber County UT

Brown, June Lucille Grant Mrs. – Obituary

June Lucille Grant Brown, 82, loving wife and mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, died April 7, 2002, at Portneuf Valley Nursing Home in Pocatello, Idaho. A celebration of her life will be held Friday at 11 a.m. MDT at the Century Ward Chapel on Fourth and Fredregill in Pocatello. The family will visit with friends from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. prior to the service at the church. Burial will follow at Myers Evergreen Memorial Park in Ogden, Utah. Arrangements are under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home in Pocatello. June was born June 17, 1919, in Dietrich, Idaho, to Charles Henry Grant and Sarah Inez Nelson. She married Ray A. Brown of Baker City on Oct. 5, 1940, in Boise. Their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls Temple in 1954. June was a lifetime active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She and Ray served a church mission in Texas from 1974 to 1976. She served in many positions of the church such as Relief Society President, Sunday School teacher and District Relief Society President, and she worked in the Young Women, District Missionary, and anywhere else there was a need. She was a beautician from 1938 to 1974. Many of those years she worked out of her own shop in The Dalles, where she and Ray lived for 22 years. June and Ray...

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Eardley, Myrna Jo Dudley Mrs. – Obituary

Myrna Jo Dudley Eardley 67, of Farr West, Utah, died May 17, 2009, at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, Utah, from conditions related to kidney failure due to polycystic kidney disease. Her funeral was May 21 at Farr West, Utah. Her life was sustained for the past nine years by kidney dialysis, after the loss, after only three months, of a transplanted kidney received from her sister, Teri Ann Dudley of Bozeman, Mont. Myrna was born on Nov. 21, 1941, at Cut Bank, Mont. She was the second of five children of Devere Floyd and Jolanda Martha Ehlert Dudley. She spent her early years happily growing up on the wide-open plains of Montana, 17 miles northwest of Cut Bank near the Canadian border. Winters were harsh, but made tolerable by the following summer’s ever-changing beauty and serenity with seemingly endless strips of grain stretching from the Dudley farm in all directions to the horizon with Northern Montana’s “Big Sky.” She married Don Eardley, originally from Baker City, on June 6, 1967, at the Salt Lake City Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The two were introduced at a singles ward at the University of Utah. At the time, both were graduates of Brigham Young University and employed in Salt Lake City. Myrna attended BYU from 1959 to 1963, graduating with a professional business major. After a...

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Biographical Sketch of Test, E. H.

It is seldom that a larger mercantile establishment is to he found in any city on the coast than that of the Ore­gon Forwarding Company at Ontario. Established in 1885 by Fred J. Kiesel, of Ogden, Utah, it has grown under the style of Fred J. Kiesel, Wm. Teary & Co., and Kiesel, Shilling & Danelson, and since February 23, 1890, as the Oregon Forwarding Company, being incorporated on that date with E. H. Test as manager. They carry a complete line of general merchandise and stockmen’s supplies. Agricultural implements, hardware, etc., and acting as gen­eral agents among many other lines, for the following: Studebaker Wagons, McCormick Mowers, Thomas Hay Rakes, Planet Jr. Farming Implements, Pasts Brewing Co., and Idanha Natural Mineral Water Co. Their main store, of which we present an illustration, is 65×110. Their warehouses, four in number, have a total capacity of 18,000 square feet, enabling them to buy largely in car lots, as in the mouth of May 1897 alone, they received 506.226 lbs. of merchandise. Their trade extends into Malheur, Harney and Grant counties, Oregon, and Washington and Owyhee Counties, Idaho, and their stock and prices enable any one to have the same opportunities they would have going to the largest mercantile centers. They also do a very extensive forwarding business for interior points. E. H. Test, the general manager, has been a resident...

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