Class of 1938 H.S.



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Alphabetical Alumni

Johnson, Myrl

Myrl Johnson

Class of 1938. Myrl Johnson [female]. College Enrollment. Myrl spent part of her high school years at Garfield H.S.

Jones, Darwin Alma

Jones, Darwin Alma
Las Vegas, Nevada US

Darwin and Nozelli Jones

Class of 1938. Darwin Jones. Basketball. Track. ~ ~ ~ ~ Darwin Alma Jones was born on July 5, 1920 in Blanding, San Juan County, Utah. His parents: Marvin Willard Jones and Mary Ann Palmer Jones. Darwin married Mozelle Eloise Bugg on November 28, 1939 in Manti, Sanpete County, Utah. She was born August 13, 1919 in Roanoke, Virginia. Mozelle died on April 17, 2000 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Darwin A. Jones died on November 4, 1984 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kerby, Norma

Kerby, Norma
Springville, Utah US

Norma and Albert Nielsen

Class of 1938. Norma Kerby. Notre Maison, Secretary-Treasurer. Fauvines. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Norma Kerby Nielsen passed away Monday, March 17, 2003 in Orem, Utah. She was born December 17, 1919 in Provo, Utah to Alma and Minta Kendall Kerby. Her childhood and teen years were spent in Provo, Utah. Norma attended schools in Provo, graduating from BY High School in 1938 where she was a member of the Cheer Leaders Club. She had many friends at BY High, some with whom she still has associations. Norma married Albert E. Nielsen on June 4, 1941 in the Manti LDS Temple. She was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in many capacities in Sunday School, MIA, Primary, and Relief Society. She also spent many hours doing temple work and served as a Visiting Teacher for numerous years. Norma loved doing hair which led to her getting a Beauty Operator license and establishing her own beauty shop in Springville, Utah. Two of her greatest loves and talents were quilting and crocheting. She made many quilts and temple aprons for her granddaughters, great-grandchildren, and other relatives and friends. She also loved shopping for others, walking in the park, and her dogs. Norma was very compassionate, always doing and thinking of others. She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; two sisters, Marie Allred and Ellen Gay Gordon; and one brother, Clyde Kendall Kerby. Survived by daughters Linda Nadean (Dean) Mortenson of Provo, Utah, and Berdene (Larry) Nash of West Jordan, Utah; 5 granddaughters, Connie (Steve) Anton, Janet (Phill) Harmon, Cathy (Kirk) Christensen, Cindy Rios, and Stephanie (Chuck) Backlin; 16 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and two sisters: Viola (Bud) Smith, Provo, Utah; and Joan (Darell) Tew, Murray, Utah. Graveside services were held Friday, March 21, 2003 in the Midvale City Cemetery. [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, March 20, 2003.]

Mangum, William Lester

Mangum, William Lester
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Bill and Carma Mangum

Class of 1938 ~ Honorary. Bill Mangum. Not found in a BYH yearbook with any senior class. William Lester Mangum. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: A unique man lost a five-year battle with cancer on Wednesday, July 9, 1997. William Lester Mangum died at home surrounded by his family in Salt Lake City, just six days following the death of his sister-in-law, Carol Adams Mensel. Bill was born February 12, 1920, in Provo, Utah County, Utah to Willis Lester and Jennie Pearl Knight Mangum. He married Carma Adams [BYH Class of 1939 ~ H], on September 4, 1948, in Provo, Utah. He was a grandson of Jesse Knight who arrived in Utah at age five with the pioneers in 1850. He attended schools in Provo: Maeser Elementary, Farrer Junior High, Provo High, and Brigham Young High School (?) . He then graduated with a BS degree in Economics from Brigham Young University in 1946. He continued post-graduate classes in accounting. Preceding World War II, in March, 1941, he served as an enlisted man in Medical Detachment, 145th Field Artillery, then transferred to Headquarters Battery as classification specialist. He later transferred to the Air Force. During World War II he graduated as a bombardier with ranking as top student in practice bombing. He was stationed in England in the 388th Bomb Group of 8th Air Force and flew 27 combat missions. He was credited with serving in the air offensive Europe, Rhineland, Normandy, and Northern France. He received many decorations. He served his country for almost five years and was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain. He was a lifelong sports enthusiast and avid hunter and fisherman, enjoying the companionship of his many friends. He was a member of the basketball and tennis teams at Provo High School for two years, and then at Brigham Young High School for one year. He played freshman basketball at Brigham Young University and was a member of the BYU varsity tennis team for four years. He was employed by May Foundry and Machine Company in Salt Lake City as Vice-President and Controller until he retired. He served as president of the Sports Village Homeowners Association in St. George, 1986-87, and was on the board for three years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors: wife; one daughter, four sons and their spouses: Jennie Sue Mangum Murdock, Orem; William Brent and Stacie Wardle Mangum, Vacaville, California; Gary Knight and Kathryn Peterson Mangum, Salt Lake City; Scott Adams and Karen Lee Purles Mangum, Murray; and Dr. Todd Adams Mangum, Salt Lake City; brother, Max Knight Mangum; sister Dixie `K` Mangum [BYH Class of 1930] Snow, both Salt Lake City; 19 grandchildren (one great-grandchild on the way), Joseph Denis, Esther Michele (Jeremy David) Dick, Rebekah Elise, Christopher Newel, April Dawn, and Jessica Amber Murdock; William Brent, Jr., Jack Knight, Alex Jesse, Daniel Lee, and Taylor Adams Mangum; Jennifer Kay, Jesse Knight, Amanda Carrie, Gregory Knight and Matthew Knight Mangum; Justin Scott, Holly Michelle and Michael Ryan Mangum; brothers in law: George Thomas Adams (Wilma), R. Frank Mensel; sister-in-law, Alice Anderson (Floyd). Preceded in death by his mother and father, a brother, John Knight Mangum [BYH Class of 1947]; sisters, Gloria `K` Mangum Miller Burrows, Amanda `K`, Beth `K` Mangum Johnson and Jessie `K` Mangum Bennion. The family suggests contributions to the Mangum-Lewis Scholarship Fund, c/o Private Scholarship Coordinator, BYU Financial Aid Office, A-41 ASB, Provo, Utah 84602. ~ ~ ~ ~ NOTE: Saturday, July 19, 1997 -- Funeral services were delayed, due to extenuating circumstances, until Saturday, July 19, 1997 in the Holladay North Stake Center, Salt Lake City. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, July 17, 1997.]

Marshall, Jack

Jack Marshall

Class of 1938. Jack Marshall. Boys' Athletic Club. Track. German Club. Drama.

Miller, Ruth Diana

Ruth Miller

Class of 1938. Ruth Diana Miller. Wildcat Yearbook staff. Fauvines. Notre Maison. Drama. International Relations Club.

Milner, Leon Ross

Milner, Leon Ross
Killed in Action 1945, Germany

Leon and Barbara Milner

Class of 1938. Leon Ross Milner. German Club, International Relations Club. Leon Ross Milner, 1st Lieutenant, U.S. Air Corps Reserve. Born March 1, 1920, Provo, Utah to Arnel Seaton Milner and Pearl Hamblin Milner. Death: Killed in Action, April 8, 1945. Leon R. Milner graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1938 and attended Brigham Young University for three years before serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Southern States. He was an Eagle Scout in Troop 50 of the Manavu Ward. He married Barbara Payne Milner and was the father of two sons, Robert Seaton and Stanley Leon Milner. Lt. Milner joined the Air Corps Reserve on June 2, 1942, and entered training on March 1, 1943. He went overseas on January 1, 1945, where he earned the Air Medal with several Oak Leaf Clusters and a Presidential Citation for his action in Germany. He was the lead pilot of a B-17 (Flying Fortress) which received a direct hit in the gas tank during a flight over Hof, Germany. The plane burst into flames and exploded just a few seconds after Lt. Milner had assisted the last of his crew out the escape hatch. Four members of the group survived.

Mitchell, James Maeser (1938)

Mitchell, James Maeser (1938)
Provo, Utah US

Jim and Lucy Mitchell

Class of 1938. James Maeser Mitchell. Vice President, French Club. Drama. International Relations Club. HIS OBITUARY: James Maeser Mitchell died November 24, 1997 at Utah Valley Hospital after a short illness. Born March 29, 1920 in Parowan, Utah, to L.W. Mitchell and Beatrice Maeser Mitchell, he lived in a number of southern Utah towns until 1926 when his family moved to Provo. Jim attended the Parker Elementary, Farrer Junior High, and graduated from BY High School. He married the former Mary Veone "Lucy" Hopkins on July 3, 1940 after which they settled in Provo. He worked for a time at Provo City Power, helped with construction of defense plants, and was one of the first electricians at Geneva Steel. He was drafted into the Navy in June of 1944 where he served until November, 1945. Upon completion of his duties in the service, he returned to Provo and resumed his career at Geneva Steel. He retired in 1982. Jim was well-known as an excellent builder and electrician. He spent countless hours in helping family and friends in many different kinds of home improvement projects. He was a long-time member of the Utah Bowler's Association, and also a member of the Provo Elks Lodge. Jim is survived by his wife and 5 sons: James Edward (Regina), William Blair (Lorena), David Robert (Donnetta), Thomas Alan (Dixie), and Paul Michael; four sisters: Mrs. Allen Colledge (Joanne), Mrs. Donald Jones (Georgia), Mrs. Thayne Murray (Mary), and Irene Mitchell; one brother, John William (Belva); 14 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers: Harold and Paul, a sister, Clara, and a grandson, Zeke. Funeral services were held in Provo on Saturday, November 29, 1997. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. A graveside service will be offered by the B.P.O.E. #849 Elks and Military rites will be accorded by the V.F.W. District #4. Donations can be made to the Provo Elks Lodge Christmas Fund. [Provo Daily Herald, November 26, 1997] ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HIS WIFE: Mary Veone Hopkins Mitchell, known to friends and family as "Lucy" or "Grandma Lucy", passed away March 31, 2006 at the Orem Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, after suffering through a long illness. She was born May 28, 1921 in Provo, Utah to Adelbert Blair Hopkins and Leola Scott. She attended schools in Provo, subsequently graduating from Provo High School in 1939. She married her husband of 57 years, James Maeser Mitchell on July 3, 1940 in Provo. Together they had five sons, James E. (Regina), William B. (Lorena), David R. (Donetta), Thomas A. (Donnie), and Paul Michael. Loved by those who knew her, Mom was a great wife and mother. She enjoyed many crafts such as sewing, crocheting, quilting, cooking and in her later years the art of painting. In the early 1970's, she and her mother, Leola, created the Stewart Candy Company where they made and sold hand-dipped chocolates. Mom would make the centers and Grandma would dip the chocolates. Mother loved bowling, an activity which she continued into her late 70's. She made many friends through the Orem Woman's Bowling Association where she served as Treasurer. She was inducted into the Orem Woman's Bowling Association's Hall of Fame in 1992, an honor of which she was very proud and which she cherished. Throughout their married life, Jim and Veone loved doing many things together. They enjoyed fishing, some hunting, and the occasional round of golf. In their later years, they focused significant time and effort to the support of the Elk's Lodge in providing Christmas to families in need. Veone is survived by her children; two sisters, Charlene Arrowsmith (Duane), Marilyn Wilkinson (Bud, deceased); and three brothers, Kay (Norma), Richard (Larue), and Frank (LaRae); thirteen grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jim; and one grandson, Zeke. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 4, 2006 in Provo. [Deseret News, Sunday, April 2, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Children in 2006: James Edward (Regina) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1959]; William B. (Lorena) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1960]; David Robert (Donetta) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1962]; Thomas Alan (Donnie) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]; and Paul Michael Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]. Karl G. Maeser was the the great grandfather of James Maeser Mitchell. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Lycurgus William Mitchell (born 1890 in Manassa, Colorado to James Warner Bosnell Mitchell and Nancy Willmirth Johnson) and Beatrice Maeser (born 1890 in Beaver, Utah to Karl Frederick Reinhard Maeser and Sarah Caroline Shepherd) were married September 23, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They lived in a number of towns in Southern Utah until they moved to Provo in 1926. Their children included: Joanne Mitchell (Allen) Colledge; Irene Mitchell; Clara Mitchell (born 1918, died 1920); James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] (born 1920, died 1997) (married Mary Veone Hopkins); Paul Maeser Mitchell (born and died in 1921); Harold Maeser "Hal" Mitchell [BYH Class of 1941] (born 1923, died 1992) (married twice); John William Mitchell [BYH Class of 1944] (born circa 1926) (Belva) Georgia Mitchell [BYH Class of 1945] (born 1927, died 2000) (Donald) Jones; and Mary Mitchell [BYH Class of 1951] (born circa 1933) (Thayne) Murray.

Mortensen, Alice

Alice Mortensen

Class of 1938. Alice Mortensen. Notre Maison. Spent part of her high school days in California.

Olsen, Ethella [Olson,]

Olsen, Ethella [Olson,]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Ethell and Robert Berry

Class of 1938. Ethella Olsen. Fauvines. Notre Maison. French Club. Debate. International Relations Club. Basketball. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Ethella Olson Berry, 86, died Tuesday at 11:16 p.m. [June 14, 2005] in her home in Salt Lake City after a brief illness. Born March 6th, 1919, in Vernon Utah, she was a daughter of Carl Arvil and Altania Ann Allred Olson and was raised and educated in Provo, Utah. Following her marriage to Robert Berry in February 1942 she lived in California, Florida, Salt Lake City, Illinois, and Colorado. She had been a resident of Cupertino, California for over 20 years before returning to Salt Lake City 14 years ago. She was active in community and religious organizations and served as a LDS Church Service Missionary for many years. She unselfishly gave to others all her life and touched the hearts of many. Survivors include four brothers: Jay, Ted, Ike and Stan Olson, a son, RJ (Jane Seward) Berry of Atlanta, Georgia; two daughters: Kristin (Tim) Duffy of SLC; and Becky (Chris) Matthews of Denver, CO; and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday June 20, 2005 at the Emigration 27th E Ward, 185 "P" Street, Salt Lake City. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to: IHC Hospice, 2250 S 1300 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84119 "As I have loved you ... Love one another." [Salt Lake Tribune 6/17/2005 - 6/19/2005]

Orr, Arthur

Arthur Orr

Class of 1938. Arthur Orr. College Enrollment. Arthur spent part of his high school years at Wasatch Academy.

Palfreyman, Lucille

Palfreyman, Lucille
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Lucille and Lloyd Myers

Class of 1938. Lucille Palfreyman. German Club, Vice President. Fauvines. Sophomore Class Vice President in 1935-1936. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Lucille Palfreyman Myers passed away Thursday Dec 16, 2004 at LDS Hospital due to natural causes. She was born December 23, 1919 in Springville, Utah, to Blake D. Palfreyman and Louisa Metcalf Palfreyman. Preceded in death by her two sisters, one brother, her husband Lloyd D. Myers, and one grandson. Survived by her three children, Harry B. Springmeyer, Cherie Newlin and Christine Doherty; 13 grandchildren and 15 great grand children. She grew up in Provo, Utah; graduated from BYU High School [Class of 1938] and attended both BYU and Stanford universities. She started her family in Provo, later moved to Murray, Utah, then re-married Lloyd in the Salt Lake Temple and moved to Salt Lake where she has been for the last 40 years. She had a full career at Sentential Security Life Insurance in Salt Lake City, Utah, from which she retired. Lucille was a loving, caring person who always had a helping hand and taught through her example love for families, and to never give up. Services were held Monday, December 20, 2004 in Salt Lake City. [Deseret News, Saturday, December 18, 2004.]

Payne, Edith

Payne, Edith
Provo, Utah US

Edith and Jake Rowan

Class of 1938. Edith Payne. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Edith Payne Rowan, age 92, returned home to the loving arms of her eternal companion on March 8, 2012. She was born November 7, 1919 in Provo, Utah to Edward William and Lucy Alice Farr Payne. She was the last surviving child in a large and loving family of 13 children. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo in the Class of 1938. She married her sweetheart, Jerald "Jake" G. Rowan on August 19, 1940 in the Salt Lake Temple. Theirs was a true love story of devotion and selfless service and they enjoyed 60 wonderful years together. She was active in the LDS Church where she served as president and counselor in the ward Primary and Relief Society. She also served as a counselor in the Stake Relief Society Presidency. She loved music, especially the piano, and it was said that at the age of 3 she could play any tune she heard on the piano. She taught piano for 50 years; teaching her children, grandchildren, and countless other students. She loved flowers, especially roses, making candy (that the kids never got), and Mexican food. Her tostados are legendary in the family and she shared them often at ward and family parties. Most of all, she loved her family and sharing time with them. She leaves behind a legacy of unconditional love, as the Savior taught, and her kindness and smile will be greatly missed. She is survived by her four children; Lana (Roger) Moon, South Ogden, Utah; Jerald G. Rowan, Jr., Provo, Utah; Bill (Kay) Rowan, Provo, Utah; and Jack (Robbi) Rowan, Sandy, Utah; 27 grandchildren; 67 great-grandchildren; and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, March 12, 2012 at the Pleasantview 9th Ward Chapel, 2445 North 650 East, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, Sunday evening from 6 until 8 and at the church Monday from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be emailed to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, March 10, 2012]

Pearce, Norma

Norma Pearce

Class of 1938. Norma Pearce. President, Notre Maison. Fauvines. Vice President, Junior Class in 1936-1937. Drama. Secretary-Treasurer, International Relations Club.

Perlman, Philip

Perlman, Philip
Provo, Utah US

Philip & Miriam Perlman

Class of 1938. Philip Perlman. German Club, President. Track. Tennis. Boys' Athletic Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ Philip Perlman was born on March 15, 1920 and died on March 25, 2002 in the Holladay/ Murray /Salt Lake City area. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Philip Perlman, age 82, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great- grand- father died with his family by his side, March 25, 2002. He was born March 15, 1920 and was raised in Provo, Utah, the son of Sam and Anne Perlman. He married Miriam Pepper on September 1, 1940. Phil loved people and will be remembered for his resonating voice and strong opinions. He cherished the times he spent at Riverside Country Club as a founding member. He was proud of his family business, Provo Hide & Fur, and was grateful for his second career with Central Bank & Trust. He loved his community involvement; ranging from a Provo City Council Member, President of the Salt Lake City Jewish Community Center, to his over 50-year membership with the Masons. Phil had great passion for the University of Utah. He was a Charter Board Member of the Crimson Club. He and Miriam established the Perlman Award to honor excellence in student advising. He is survived by his devoted wife, Miriam; daughters, Nancy Perlman White (Clifford), Susan Perlman Robinson (Edward), and son, Michael Perlman (Patricia); his grandchildren, Allyson, David, Jeffery, Gregory, and Melissa; and five great- grandchildren. Graveside services were held on Wednesday, March 27, 2002 at the Congregation Montefiore Cemetery, 4th Avenue and P Street, in Salt Lake City, Utah. [Deseret News, Wednesday, March 27, 2002.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Philip Perlman's brother, Harold "Harry" Perlman, graduated from BYH in the Class of 1932. Harry Perlman died in 1936.

Pyle, June
1367 NE Drost Drive
Bend, Oregon 97701 US

June Slaugenhaupt
  • Work: (541) 385-8429

Class of 1938. June Pyle [female]. Student Body Vice President 1937-1938. Secretary-Treasurer, Fauvines. Notre Maison. Opera. Wildcat Yearbook staff. Drama. @2007

Reynolds, Mark A.
265 West 300 North
Provo, Utah 84601-2840

Mark Reynolds
  • Work: (801) 373-7242

Class of 1938. Mark A. Reynolds. Wildcat Yearbook staff. Business Manager, 1938 Wildcat Yearbook. College Enrollment. Opera. Drama. Debate. @2006

Robinson, Wynston

Wynston Robinson

Class of 1938. Wynston Robinson [female]. Notre Maison. Wynston spent part of her high school years at Franklin H.S.

Roundy, Milton

Milton Roundy

Class of 1938. Milton Roundy. Drama. Basketball. Boys' Athletic Club.

Shelley, Heber Jay

Shelley, Heber Jay
Provo, Utah

Heber Shelley

Class of 1938 ~ Honorary. Heber Shelley. OBITUARY: Heber Jay Shelley, 83, of Provo, died at his home on June 19, 2003, of natural causes. He was born on February 6, 1920, to George Heber and Orba Nella Mower Shelley in Mount Pleasant, Utah. He married Sharleen Lindsay on October 31, 1952, in the Manti LDS Temple. Heber attended Brigham Young High School and graduated from North Sanpete High School. He was a teacher in Kemmerer, Wyoming, and Carbon County, Utah, before working at Geneva Steel. Heber then worked at BYU for 23 years and retired in 1985. Heber was also a World War II veteran in the Marines. Heber was a volunteer at the Provo City Eldred Center. He was an active member of the LDS Church. Heber served in numerous church callings including several stake missions, high council, bishopric, Sunday School, and working at the cannery. Heber was a worker in the Provo Temple for nearly 25 years. He enjoyed fishing, camping, doing genealogy, working on his computer, and being with his family and friends. Heber is survived by Sharleen, his wife of 50 years; daughters: Anna Marie (Robert) Werry of Roosevelt; Patsy Lee (Greg) Buchmiller of Price; Karla Mae (Faran) Young of Provo; and son, Lindsay Shelley of Provo; 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; sisters: Ruby Young of Provo, and Kathleen Hatch of Alpine; and brother, Merlin Shelley of Mapleton. Heber was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and one brother. Funeral services were held on Monday, June 23, 2003, in Provo. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, June 22, 2003]

Smoot, Edward
315 East Bayfront
Newport Beach, California 92662-1317 US

Ted Smoot
  • Work: (949) 673-0239
  • Home: (949) 673-2326

Class of 1938. Edward Smoot. Basketball, Boys' Athletic Club, International Relations Club, Drama. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Earl Broadbent Smoot and Afton Rose Hyde Smoot, married December 21, 1916 in Provo, Utah. Their children: Max Eugene (Mike) Smoot (married Sharleen Rose Peacock), born May 12, 1926 in Provo; Keith Smoot; Nadine Smoot Grindstead; and Edward P. (Ted) Smoot [BYH Class of 1938] of Newport Beach, California. @2006

Smoot, Samuel Parkinson

Smoot, Samuel Parkinson
Provo, Utah US

Sam and Mary Smoot

Class of 1938. Sam Smoot, Student Body President 1937-1938. Business Manager, Wildcat Yearbook. Drama. Boys' Athletic Club. Scholarship. President, Junior Class in 1936-1937. School Sheriff. ~ ~ ~ ~ Samuel Parkinson Smoot was born on December 31, 1920 in Provo, Utah. His parents were Harlow E. Smoot and Anita Parkinson Smoot. Samuel married Mary Lee Atkerson. He died September 18, 1980 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Samuel P. Smoot was a veteran of World War II and of the Korean War.

Snow, E. Donald, Sr. (1938)

Snow, E. Donald, Sr. (1938)
Provo, Utah US

Don and Anne Snow

Class of 1938. Don Snow. (Edward Donald Snow) BYH Faculty & Staff. Basketball. Boys' Athletic Club. Don spent part of his high school years at Dixie H.S. in St. George, Utah. Don Snow, Sr. BYU BS Physical Education 1946. His brother, Shipley M. Snow, received a BS degree at the same Commencement in 1946. BYU MS Physical Education 1954. BYH Faculty & Staff, 1940s & 1950s, including 1949-58. Athletics (Basketball, Football, Tennis, Track), Boys Physical Education. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Edward Donald Snow. Don Snow was deeply devoted to God, family, and country. He was a faithful member of the LDS Church; a loving and caring son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather; and a determined athlete, soldier, veteran, and patriot. Don was softhearted and strong as nails. His father, Karl Nelson Snow, died when he was ten years old. He could never talk about his dear dad without crying. He courageously faced death during World War II at the Normandy Invasion and at the Battle of the Bulge with his buddies of the 2nd Infantry (Indianhead) Division. Don met his sweetheart, Anne Greaves, at BYU, and they were married in the Salt Lake Temple on April 5, 1951. Don was 6'4" and loved basketball. He played at Dixie High, BY High, and BYU. For 27 years, he was a head basketball coach at Milford, North Summit, BY High, and Granger High Schools. He preferred "Coach" over any other title. He bled BYU blue, held BYU football and basketball season tickets since 1951, and was a dedicated and vocal fan. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1938. He received a bachelor's degree in Physical Education in 1946 and a master's degree in Physical Education in 1954, both from BYU. Don and his wife Anne served a mission in Greece where he was president of the Piraeus Branch. He was a high priest, Sunday School teacher, ward clerk, home teacher, and Young Men's basketball coach. Don was born and grew up in St. George and dearly loved his many relatives. He was named after his grandfathers, Edward Hunter Snow and Dr. Donald Alpine McGregor. Don was surrounded by his adoring family when he passed away. We are certain his spirit has had a glorious reunion with his father, Karl Nelson Snow; his mother, Wanda McGregor Snow; and his brothers Tony, Shipley, and Ellsworth Snow. Don was a mentor and father figure to many of his players, and particularly to his nephews and nieces whose fathers suffered untimely deaths. He is survived by his wife, Anne, his five children: Edward D. Snow, Jr. (Eileen), Cherie Snow (Colin) Campbell, Sarah Snow (Dennis) Trop, Randall G. (Ronda) Snow, Wanda Snow (Sean) Frost; 15 grandchildren, seven great- grandchildren; his sister, Alma Snow Whiting, and his brother, Karl Nelson Snow, Jr. Funeral services were held at the Pleasant View 1st Ward Chapel, 650 East Stadium Avenue (just north of the MTC), in Provo, Utah, Saturday, April 10, 2010. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills. The family suggested a donation to a scholarship honoring Don's mother at BYU, the Wanda McGregor Snow Scholarship, which may be sent to LDS Philanthropies, 1450 North University Avenue, Provo, Utah, 84604. [Deseret News, Wednesday, April 7, 2010]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Anne don.annesnow@gmail.com @2010

Taylor, Mary (1938)

Mary Taylor

Class of 1938. Mary Taylor. Secretary-Treasurer of the 1938 Senior Class. Student Body Vice President as a junior in 1937. Wildcat Yearbook Editor. President, Fauvines, previously Secretary-Treasurer. Student Director. Notre Maison. President, French Club. Tennis. Basketball. Drama. [Need more biographical information -- such as middle name, parent's name, spouse's name -- there are many Mary Taylors in that time period in Utah.]

Tebbs, Myrtle

Tebbs, Myrtle
Provo, Utah

Myrtle and John Prince

Class of 1938. Myrtle Tebbs. Notre Maison. She spent part of her high school years at Garfield H.S. Myrtle, the daughter of William "Bill" Crosby Tebbs and Christena Elfa Riggs Tebbs, was born March 25, 1920. She married John Howard Prince, son of John Wilson Prince and Edith Pace Prince. They married on October 26, 1940 in Midvale, Utah. He was born June 13, 1915, in Price Carbon County, Utah. Myrtle graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1938 and gave the valedictorian address. She attended Brigham Young University one year, then left to be married, and moved to Los Angeles, California. Her husband was an industrial engineer, employed at Douglas Aircraft for many years. They were both active church workers in the Westchester Ward. John was a leader in the ward-sponsored Boy Scouts, and Myrtle a teacher in the Primary. They were very happy to own their home in Los Angeles. They had one child: (1) William Howard Prince, b. 4 Aug. 1941, Los Angeles, California. OBITUARY: John Howard Prince, born June 13, 1915 in Price, Utah. Died February 21, 1985 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Block 14 Lot 69. His parents: John W. Prince & Edith Ann Pace Prince. Survived by Myrtle Tebbs Prince, his wife. Myrtle Tebbs Prince lives in Provo, Utah @2013 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: 1920-2017. Myrtle Tebbs Prince returned home to her Father in Heaven and loving husband on June 20, 2017. Myrtle was born in Panguitch, Utah on March 25, 1920 to William Crosby Tebbs and Elfa Christina Riggs Tebbs. She was the 1st of 4 children. She graduated from BYHigh in Provo, Utah and was the Valedictorian of her class. She married John Howard Prince on October 26, 1940. Together they raised 3 children in Southern California where she was very active in the LDS Church serving in many callings including ward and stake primary president for many years. They retired and moved to Provo, Utah in 1971 where she was the head cashier at BYU Bookstore for 20 years. There is an annual award given in her honor at BYU called “Myrtle Prince On The Ball Award”. Her picture can be viewed in the halls of the BYU Bookstore. She was a loyal, long-term BYU Sports fan and would often attend basketball and football games. Myrtle is survived by her children, Bill Prince (Judy), Doug Prince and Kathy Vest (Tim). In her later years she enjoyed her 21 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband John, her mother, father and siblings. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the Oak Hills 4th Ward Chapel, 925 E. North Temple Drive, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, on Friday, June 23 from 6-8 p.m. and at the church Saturday from 9-9:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at www.bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, June 22, 2017]

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