EX-ONTARIAN DROWNED ON FISHING TRIP
Funeral services for Jesse Richard Givens, 31, of Arlington, a resident of Ontario (California) 15 years, who was drowned last weekend, will be held Friday at 2 p.m., in the Preston Funeral Home in Riverside (California).
Givens, who had been fishing in Hidden Lake at Anza Village near Riverside, reportedly fell from his boat sometime Saturday night and deputies from the Riverside Sheriff's office dragged the lake untill Monday at 2:30 p.m. before the body was located.
He leaves his widow, Maude, and seven children, a sister Mrs. Jean Humphries (Humphrey), 949 E. A street, Ontario, a sister, Mrs. Irene Quinn and brother Walter, of Oklahoma City, his mother Janie Givens, of Ontario, and father Edward Givens, of Perkins, Okla.
He was a veteran of World War II, wounded in France in June prior to the armistice.
A brother William "Bill" Wesley Givens was not mentioned as a survivor and was still living at the time of Jesse's death. A sister proceded Jesse in death and her name was Mary Alice "Dot" Givens. "Dot" is buried at Bethel Cemetery in Glencoe, Oklahoma.
Jesse Richard Givens was born at Dayton, near Ripley Oklahoma in Payne county on September 20, 1920. And died on March 26, 1952. He was the son of Ed Givens and Janie Agnes Davis. Jesse was married to Ella "Maude" Hibberd.
This obit I believe was published in the Daily Report Newspaper in Ontario California.