DIES JN MONTANA
SPANISH FORK. Oct 4 —Word
waa received here Sunday by Mr.
and Mrs. William C Johnson of tne
death of their niece, MIbb Myrtle
Parmley at Anaconda Mont., after
an Illness of only two daya. Miss
Parmley waa the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Parmley for-
merly of this city, was born here
27 years ago, later moving to Mon-
tana with her parents. She was a
teacher in the stale university of
Montana at the time of her death.
The body was taken to Missoula*
Mont., for Internment Sunday after-
noon. The young lady Is survived
by her. parents, by three brothers
and three sl-sters.
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Aaron P. Zobell, tt years of age.
son of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Zobell, j'
died at the family residence in
Lakevlew last evening:, followlngf
an illness of more than four years i
While In France, young Zobell
contracted tuberculosis from which
aliment he died. He bad been a
patient at various hospitals *incc*
coming home and had been bedfast I 1
during the past two years at thep
home of his parents. ;'
Mr. Zobell wan born In Lakevelw
and received bis public school edu- '
cation In the schools of that com-l'
munlty. During the world war. he •
enlisted in the service of his coun-
try September 19, 1917, and went
Immediately to Camp Lewis, where ,
he trained for nine months. He ! '
landed In France In July, 1918, and h
remained there until after the' 1
He U survived by his parents and
four brothers. Homer. Clarence.
Sylvan and Krnest Zobell. all of
Funeral services will be held Ini*
the Provo Third ward chapel Saf*
urday afternoon, under the direc-
tion of Bishop W. W. Taylor of
Lakevlew ward. The Service Star
Legion of Prove will participate in
the services. State Commander B.
W. Black of Salt Lake City will bo
one of the speakers at the funeral
Interment will be In the Provo