Doretta Balding Nees Family
Obituaries Panzie Wagner Funeral, services for Panzie Marie Wagner, 69, were conducted conducted Thursday at Waggener Campbell Campbell Chapel, with the Hev. Don Adams of the Church of the Nazarene Nazarene officiating. Burial was in Conrad Memorial Cemetery, with Andy Christiansen, Leonard Marshall, Harold Haven, Boy Verity, Walter Kexford, and Keith M. Snodgrass pallbearers. Panzie Marie Wagner was born June 1, 1887, in Dallas County, Iowa, a daughter of George and Margaret Hidnour Balding, She grew to womanhood in Towa where 5n 1905 she was married to Tom W. Wagner. They made their home in Iowa for a time before moving to Mitchell, S. D. Twenty- four years ago the family came lo the Flathead from Mitchell, and settled on a farm in the Lower Valley, eight miles south of Kalispell Kalispell where Mrs. Wagner had made her home since. Mrs. Wagner was a long-time member of the Church of the Nazareth, Nazareth, and was a charier member cf the Kalispeil church. She had served her rhurch in a number of capacities and was for many years treasurer of the Missionary Soriety Chapter. She died at Hie home of her daughter, Mrs. Marie Lawrence, Aug. 13. Surviving are her husband, T. IV. Wagner, at (he family home In the Lower Valley; one son, George, Wagner, of Kalispeil; seven seven daughters, Mrs. Marie Lawrence Lawrence of Kalispcll, Mrs. Ruth Johnson Johnson of Nampa, Idaho, Mrs. Darlene Daurin.of Portland. Ore., Mrs. Doretta Nees p of Kankakee, 111., Mrs. Louise Nail of San Bernardino, Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. Bonnie 'Chandler of Kalispeil; 19 grandchildren grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Fred I. Kirkpatrick Funeral services for Fred L. Kirkpatrick, 60, were conducted the Johnson Chapel Thursday the Rev. O. D. Harris, pastor the Central Christian Church. Pallbearers were H. A. Fisher Fred Gyrion, T. J. Landry, Bright, William Brighlman and R. Lyford. Burial was in Conrad Memorial Cemetery. Fred L. Kirkpatrick was born in South English, Iowa, Nov. 1895, a son of Perry and Ellen Wales Kirkpatrick. He came" Kalispell with his parents in He attended grade schools hero and was graduated from Flathead County High School. On July 10, 1931, he married Thelma Norman in Choleau. was president of the Kirkpatrick Bros. Construction Co. He is survived by his wife Thelma, in Kalispeil; two sons Fred L., and David L., both ing in the U.S. Navy; a son daughter, Arthur in Seattle, and Mrs. Nona L. Bertholf of by a previous marriage; three grandchildren, and three sisters Mrs. E. A. Luke of Bellingham Wash.; Mrs. Eva Nelson of spell, and Mrs. Helen Seekins Oak Harbor, Wash.; three broth ers, George A. of Oak Harbor, \Vash., and Warren C. and L', both of Kalispell. The family resides at 718 ond Ave. East. Mr. Kirgpatrick died in a Kalispell last Sunday.