Last Rites Held For Prominent Preston Resident Beautiful funeral services for George Emer Crockett, 75, life long resident of Preston who died in the Salt Lake L.D.S. hospital Sunday Sun-day night at 10:10 p. m. were Held in the Preston First ward chapei Wednesday at 2:00 o'clock Mr. Crockett was born in Logan, Utah, November 28, 1S65. He was the son of Alviu and Mary Croc kett. He married Isabelle E. Adams February 27, 1SSS and they have made their home in Preston since that date. He has been prominent in civic as well as church affairs. During hs early married life he taught school in a log school house in Wliitney. He served as sheriff of Oneida county before the county was divided, as Mayor of the city of Preston for two terms, acted as probate judge, state senator and member of the P.reston city school board. He claimed the distinction of being the oldest Eagle Scout in America, having attained that distinction dis-tinction at the age of sixty. At the time of his death he was a High Priest and has served in various offices in the L.D.S. church. Mr. and Mrs. Crockett celebrated their Golden Weddng on February 28, 193S. He had been in fairly good health until about two weeks ago when he was taken to trtt Lake and even then he seemed to be gaining until Saturday when his condition became serious. Surviving besides his wife are the followng sons and daughters: George A. Crockett, Whitney; Guy J. Crockett, Los Angeles, California; Califor-nia; Frank E. Crockett, and Ray Crockett, Preston; Mrs. Erma Pack and Dr. Kenneth Crockett, both of Salt Lake CityUtah; Mrs. Anna Merrill, Richmond, Utah; and Mrs. Helen Mar Shurtliff, Twin Falls, Idaho.