Z_Slaterville Meeting House 1940

Title Z_Slaterville Meeting House 1940
Creator Marriott-Slaterville City
Contributors Marriott-Slaterville City and its Residents
Description The Marriott-Slaterville City History Collection was created by the residents of the town to document their history. The collection includes Autobiographies, Oral Histories, History of Marriott, History of Slaterville, and the History of the Merging Townships to create Marriott-Slaterville City. This information has left behind rich histories, stories and important information regarding the history of the Marriott-Slaterville area.
Image Captions Slaterville Sunday School About 1937-1938 Front row: L. to R. Darrell Tucker, Betty Perry, Laurence DeVries, LeAnn allen, Kevin Allred, Floyd Slater, Paul Slater, _, Saphrona Holley, Mae Wheeler, _, _ Patterson, Ronald Smout, Barbara Tucker, Evalyn Slater. Second Row: Elwin Slater, Wendell Slater, Jesse Spencer, June Thurston, _, Glen Field, Ruth Field, _ Rawson, Althea Slater, Lila Perry, Verla Patterson, Patrick Baggs, Ray Holley, _, Katheline Slater, _, Melba Holley. The 4 children on the right just back of the seated second row are: L. to R. Vance Hodson, Norma Thurston, Elsie Schoff, Myrna Panter. Third row: L to R. Ethel Thompson Holley, Helen slater, Orvil Baggs, LaVora Slater, Dora Knight, Donna Tucker, Margaret Thurston, Odessa Fowers, Lowell Stokes, Freda Phillips, Clyde Hunter, Wesley Spencer, Jackie Allred, Wayne Hodson, Helen Amidan, Rita Holley, Geraldine Patterson, Alvin Cobabe. These last 3 are standing in front of the brick, with no others behind them. Partial Row: L. To R. June Meyerhoffer (standing directly behind Donna Tucker), Jean Gallup with dark, marselled hair, Cleve Meyerhoffer, Barbara Rich Meyerhoffer, Orvil Holley, Rea Slater, Lloyd Patterson (standing on end of row with light hair.) Fifth Row: L. To R. Worth knight (sitting on stair rail), Johnny Cazier, Berniece Slater Cazier, Wilmer Perry (smiling, directly behind Cleve Meyerhoffer), Helen Tucker Stokes, Darrell Stokes, (there is quite a distance between Darrell Stokes, and Melvin Schoff (who is seated on the other stair rail on end of row.) Sixth row: L. to R. Donald Holley, Henry Rich, Arthur Slater (smiling), Ruth Bowns, Arnold I. Slater, Mae Rich (elderly lady with white hair). Seventh Row: L. to R. Emma Wheeler, Alvin Hudman (frowning), Regina Slater, Elda Patterson, Glenna Allen, John Amos Holley. Eighth Row: L. to R. June Cobabe, Floyd Knight, Dean Slater (child being held by his mother), Iona Slater (the mother) Faun Slater, Loenard Patterson, Eliza Holley. Ninth row: L. to R. Flossie Spencer, Harold Slater, Ted or Lewis E. Holley, (There are only 3 in that row: it ends in the middle.) Tenth Row: L. to R. Nora Hunter, Merle Allen, Victor Wheeler, Puah Smout, John Smout. Eleventh and last row: isn’t standing exactly in a row so the names will be given L. to R. as heads show. Cleve Knight, Sam DeVries, Roy Allen, Fred Allred, _ Wigging, Ann Allred (partially obstructed by John Smout). The first Slaterville Church House that was built as a church house. Built in 1914 and used until 1968. It was here that Bishop Orvil Holley presided most of his 8 years as bishop and helped raise the funds for a new Slaterville church that was dedicated in Nov. 1968.
Subject Marriott-Slaterville (Utah); Ogden (Utah)
Digital Publisher Stewart Library, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, USA
Date Original 1940
Date 1940
Date Digital 2017
Medium Photography
Item Description black and white photograph
Spatial Coverage City of Marriott-Slaterville, Weber County, Utah, United States, http://sws.geonames.org/7173813
Type Image/StillImage
Conversion Specifications Images were photographed as JPG files using a Canon EOS Rebel T5i EOS 700 D digital SLR camera.
Language eng
Relation https://archivesspace.weber.edu/repositories/3/resources/506
Rights Materials may be used for non-profit and educational purposes; please credit the city of Marriott-Slaterville, Utah
Source Marriott-Slaterville City
Format image/jpeg
ARK ark:/87278/s6ft6f87
Setname wsu_ms
ID 60857
Reference URL https://digital.weber.edu/ark:/87278/s6ft6f87
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