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 - Mrs. Walter L MacKenzie, Havre Resident, Dies...
Mrs. Walter L MacKenzie, Havre Resident, Dies Wednesday Mrs. W. L. MacKeiizie, one of the most beloved residents of this community died Wednesday in. a Great Falls hospital where she had been taken for treatment. Mrs. MacKenzie, who was tiS years old at the time of her passing, passing, had been ill for many years but her cheerfulness, kindness and wisdom had won for her the admiration admiration of a large number of friends. Mrs. MacKenzie is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. W. E. Cowan and Mrs. Stanley Stanley Snyder. She is also survived by three grandchildren. Bill Cowan Cowan and Louanne and Mary Louise Snyder. Mrs. MacKenzie was born Lula Spragne March 9, 1875 at Lake City, Minn. She was married in IS99 to W. L. MacKenzie. Mrs. MacKenzie came to Havre 41 years ago. For many years she rendered much service in Havre and was a kind'and sympathetic mother. She was a life-long member of the Episcopal church and a member member of the Daughters of the King. Services will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal church, Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The family has requested that flowers flowers be omitted. City Band to Present Spirited Marches Friday A number of spirited, marches will be played Havre city band at the be presented at the civic band stand Friday night o'clock. The program to presented by C. D. Knapp, and his musicians, is as March, "Reign of Wm. M. Talbott. Fox trot, "Ma," Clare and Conrad, arranged by Paul Yoder. March, "A Plot Time in Town Tonight," T. A. arranged by George F. Briegel. Waltz,- "Down Old Way," Oleman and Gillete, arranged by William J. C. One-step, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," Irving Berlin, arranged by Mawhew Lake. Fox trot, "Playmates," Do well, arranged by Briegel. March, "Bombasto," 0. Farrar. March, "Blaze Away," Holzmann. Selection, "Uncle Sammy," Holzmann. March, "Over There," M. Cohan, arranged by Paul Yoder. Navy song, "Anchors Chas. A. Zimmerman. March, "K-K-K-Katy," Geoffrey O'Hara, arranged by Yoder. College song, "Yale M. Hirsh. War song, "Goodbye Hello France," Reisner, Baskette. National anthem, "The Spangled Banner," John S. Council Conducts Hearings on

Clipped from The Havre Daily News05 Aug 1943, ThuPage 6

The Havre Daily News (Havre, Montana)05 Aug 1943, ThuPage 6
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