Clipped From Statesville Record And Landmark
Miss Lula Matheson Miss Lula Mathrson, of Taylor*. villo, correspondent for The Landmark for 2fi years or more, rllod suddenly Tuesday morning in a Morganton hospital where* sh« had been undergoing treatment for floverfll months. Mlsa Matheson had suffered with asthma for a number of years nnd her condition hnd boen worse for few months. Miss Matheson was born in Taylorsville, September 27, J88H, fl daughter of the Into A. Hull Mathe- MOM nnd jvirs. Harriott Bolide Matheson. She was with the Bell Telephone Company in TnylorHVHIo for about, 20 years. She was well known and popular, in both her newspaper and business relations. Kor many years she had been actively connect. ed with the Presbyterian church in Taylorsvllle. Miss Malhesoi) is survived by her step- mother, Mrs. Anna Lcfler Matheson, of Taylorsville; n brother, Mr. W. ,L Mathennn. of Statesvlllc; and three sisters, Mrs. T. S. Stevenson, of Chapel Hill; Miss Gnrtrudn Matheson and Mrs. Julia Cooper, of Taylorsvllle.