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Thursday, Oct. 25, 1944
Services for Young Mother of Two
Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Thompson Chapel for Mrs. Arzetta Guthrie, 24, wife of Amos Guthrie. The Rev. Roy M. Franklin of the Nazarene church officiated. Music was provided by Miss Nona Stagner and Miss Naomi Smith, accompanied by Mrs. Percy Brown.
Mrs. Guthrie was born May 18, 1920, at Kansas City, Mo. She came to Gooding with her husband and two small children about two months ago. She became seriously ill and was admitted to the Gooding hospital where she died Tuesday, Oct. 17.
Survivors besides her husband are her children, Robert Glenn, five, and Donald Lee, four, and a brother, Frank Phillips, Gooding.
Pallbearers were Frank Hammond, Cecil Hammond, Fay Hoyt, Howard Lawler, Art McGee, and H.F. Hahrowald. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery.
I am trying to get proof that my Grandfather, Lawrence Andrew Boyd, actually taught in Gooding, Idaho. I believe that he taught in the early 30's, as he graduated from Albion State Normal School in 1929. He may have taught at a Jr. and Sr. High level, in English and Math. If anybody has access to OLD yearbooks from that era, would you please let me know. I am looking forward to hearing from somebody soon, and I thank you in advance for your time and efforts!