Mary Elizabeth Smith Jackson obituary

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took an active part in church She wag also a member of thu Mothers and (he l.nUy Order of She was deeply devoted to'her and family. Those surviving are her husband, John K. Jackson, at home; two .'Arthur and Cecil of Kalispell; and power one daughter, Mrs. Oi A. Burrell lines of iho Flnthcad Power company of Kalispell; one brother, Jacob after completion of .the project will Smith, of Cordova, 111., nine bo much greater than during the' eMUren and two great gramlchiunm. construction period," W. S. McCor ; '| -- mack, president of the company, said this morning in urging farmers who' FARMERS URGED TO SIGN UP WITH POWER CONCERN "The ,co.st of extending MRS. SUSAN J. McELDOWNEY have not signed up with the' associ- ( pmcrttl sel , vi( , es foi . Mrs gusan . ation to do so as soon as possible j McEWow we ,. e he , d Sund m order that the route of the distri- aftcrlloon !lt 2: 80 at the Wa^gener bution system can be definitely de-' c ., mpbel , e ^ apel b Rev ^. H termined. · Contract for construction of 123 During the service Clyde Can- miles of the rural electrification " - - · project will ,JIBA office be let April 7 at the the piano by located here in the Mt - mg as ,,-,'n two solo selections, accompanied at Mrs. Carr. Friends bearers were A. C. | Wagner, Ora A. Miller, Theodore favor of rural.Nelson, A. Hundahl, L. P. Blackmer, Flathead county,'and Chris Laumnu. Interment was Adams block. "IF you are ii electrification for get in and do your share by signing made in the Conrad Memorial up as a prospective customer at your tery. earliest convenience," Mr. McCor- Obituary mack urged. I Susan Jane McEIdowney was Questions or information desired born January 29, 1851 in Kentucky, on the project by prospective con-:' As a small child she went to sumers will be gladly furnished at with her family. When a young the REA office, which is in charge'j woman she went to Texas where of John Norland. Cooperation from she was married to William H. Meall farmers is requested. .'i Eldowny. For two years they resid- More than 300 have already sigiKjed in Texas and then'went to od up and with the completion of | sour) where their son, Robert, the entire project, totaling more' born. Later they traveled by cov- than 230 miles of power lines, it iS;; ered wagon to South Dakota expected that over GOO 7'ural resj-ij their dents will be benefited by the proj-:. ISOfi cct. The first section of the project,'valley where they have since made for which the bids will be let next.their home. Thursday, will be constructed from] She was a kind,'loving mother and an appropriation recently approved : made a host of friends. To her hy congress. When completed the closest friends she had always been project will cost more than ?22G,000. known as "Auntie Mac." She pass. pass. cd away March 3.1, 1938 after a Jlonir illness. j She is survived by her husband, i W. H. McEIdowney; a daughter, j Davis of Kalispell; a son, Robert, : jof Lewiston, Idaho; one R-rand- ~ . " (daughter a n d o n e great grandson; a Funeral servcies lor Joseph Stroll-. brotheMn ., aWi s g A(]ams anJ a Saturday morning ; niece _ Myrtle Adams of Crcston . daughter. Ida, was born. Iii they came to the Flathead FUNERALS JOSEPH STROHMAYER brother mayer were held at 10 o'clock in St. Charles' c h u r c n i , so lhl-ee ^^ ami at Whitefish, Rev. Father J. P.j w)lo live in t[)e cast O'Shea officiating:. The pall bearers she w . ls ,, melllber of the U]lited were O. G. Johnson, William Taves, j grcthcrn church. Roy Carpenter, Don Bayers, Frank' Motichka and L. A. Schoenberg. Interment was in the Whitefish cemetery, cemetery, under the direction of the Kalispell Kalispell Funeral Home. Obituary Joseph Strohmayer was born in CHARLES BECKERS Funeral services for Charles Beckers will be held to?norrow morning morning at 10 o'clock iu the Kalispell Funeral Home chapel, Rev. Father Charleston, South Dakota, March 9, O'Farrell'officiating. Interment will' 4 and passed away at the hospital in Whitefish March 30, aged 24 years. Mr. Strohmayer had resided at Columbia Falls for the past year, where lie was employed by the \VPA. j His former home was at Galva, North i Dakota. He is survived by his wife,' Muriel; his mother, Catherine Stroh- be in Conrad Memorial cemetery. - FORMER KALISPELL GIRL NOW HAS OWN NEWS SYNDICATE Miss Florence Montgomery, daugh- mayer of Golva, North Dakota; foui-|ter of.Mr. and Mrs. I). E. Montgom- sisters, Mrs. Ed Becker, Mrs.-Henry jery,.now has a news syndicate of Becker, Miss Agnes Strohmayer, all .own, according to news reaching of CoU:,.:bia Falls and Mrs. Roman,city. This is in addition to her work Finneroan of Galva, North Dakota.- MUS. MARV K. JACKSOX Funeral services for Mrs. Mary E. Jackson were held Saturday afteri noon at. 2 o'clock at Wagsener .t Campbell chupel by Rev. U M. Darnell Darnell of the Baptist church. The chapel was filled by the many friends and beautiful flowers were banked in abundance about the casket. During the service Mrs. H, Jfi. Preur, Mrs. Myrtle Martin, Jack P:is- sey and Donald Darnell sang two hymn selections, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Homer Bowman. Friends acting as pallbearers were: Jack Passey, Homer Bowman, Oscar! Proud, Clifford Walter, A. J. Ruechel, Ruechel, and M. M. Nicholson. Interment j was made in the Conrad Memorial cemetery. Obituary Mary Elizabeth August. 23, .1.868, the age of 69 years, womauflood near the Smith was horn at Cordova, 111., and passed away at her home in Kalispell, Kalispell, Montana, March 30, 1D:!S, at She grew to place of her birth and on April 3, 1S90, was married married to John E. Jackson at Glenwoorl, Nebraska. In 1902 the family moved moved to Bottincau, N. D., and eight years later to Dunkirk, Montana. They came to Kalispell in 1!)19 and have since made their home here. Mrs. Jackson was a member of the Baptist church since childhood anil as publicity director for the largest advertising agency in Seattle. . Her syndicate is called ''Par West News and Feature Service," and covers covers hews emanating on the Pacific coast, particularly in the Pacific Northwest. While ou a trip to Australia last summer, she met the principles o: the largest newspaper in New Zealand, Zealand, with the result that she writes frequent articles for that newspaper on activities in the United States. These articles deal primarily with what American women are doing, including including new trends in interior decoration, decoration, cookery, fashion, literature, dramatics, sports -- and the whole fieid of interest of live American women. women. Because of her increased activities activities Miss Montgomery recently re- by ton 60 and to sermon, signed as Northwest correspondent I for The Matrix, national publication of Theta Sigma Phi. women's professional professional journalism fraternity. She Had held this position for three years during which time she interviewed many celebrities for the magazine. She is a graduate of Plathoad County high, school and the University University of Montana, where she majored in juornalism and was active in many departments. After moving to Seattle, Seattle, she took up advanced courses in creative writing and publicity, and has traveled extensively. G. EXPLOSION AVOIDED with up went

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 04 Apr 1938, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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