Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Mary M. McDonald HEBER—Mary Mallnda McDonald, 73, widow of Joseph McDonald, died at her home In Daniel Monday evening after an Illness of 15 months. She was born March 23, 1863, at Fair view, daughter of Ellfiha and Sarah Ann Cummings Jones. She Is survived by five daughters: Mrs. Elizabeth Swain. Sunnyside; Sunnyside; Mrs. Edna Simmons, Payson; Mrs. Ina Orglil, Mrs. Stella Bothers and Gladys McDonald, of Daniel. She Is also survived by 28 grandchildren, six creat-grandchll- rtrcn; a brother, John C. Jones. Altonah. and four sisters: Mrs. Rachel Len. Mrs. Nancy Mahoney. Mrs. Susie Mitchell and Mrs. Louisa Morris, all of Hebcr. Mrs. McDonald, a member of tho . r>. S. church, had tocen president of the Relief society. Funeral services will be held Thursday lit 1 p. m. In the Daniel ward chapel, lit charge of Bishop Joseph Orglil. Interment will be in the Heber cemetery. Friends mav call nt Olpln Brothers' mortuary In Hotter until 4 p. m. on Wednesday, Wednesday, and «t the home in Daniel Wednesday Wednesday evening and Thursday until time for services.