Among the leading citizens of Washington, in addition to those mentioned elsewhere in this volume, the following residents of Spokane Falls are worthy of note: J. N. Glover, a Missourian by birth, and, it may he said, the founder of the city, settling there, or rather on its site, in 1873, and purchasing from two squatters named Downing and Scranton the tract of land on which their shanties were then the only buildings. First as the owner of a saw-mill, next as a contractor, then as the leading organizer and president of the First National Bank, and finally as mayor
Location: Spokane County WA
Spokane Man Killed In Wreck On Highway John MacKenzie, 22, college athlete of Spokane, was killed six miles west of La Grande on the Old Oregon Trail highway late Saturday night. He was found dead beneath his overturned truck. First reports that he had fallen asleep at the wheel were acouted (sic) by friends, who declared he might have been blinded by light from an approaching car. MacKenzie was halfback on the Gonzaga college football team and was working for the Joslin, McAllister Construction company during his vacation. He also was a basketball player and member of the track team.
Spokane, Washington His home West 620 Kierman. Father of: Ladd Womack, Ferndale, Washington Richard Womack, Portland, Oregon Brother of: Mrs. Claude (Isla) Meyers at the home. A resident of the area for 20 years. Private Funeral Services, Wednesday, 14 October, 10:00 a. m. from the Gothic Chapel of the Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home, N 1306 Monroe Street. Mr. James H. Raymond Officiating Cremation to follow at the Hazen & Jaeger Crematorium. Source:Spokesman Review 13 October 1970 Spokane, Spokane County, Washington Page 18 Trabscribed by: Carla Leighton
Newport, Washington Husband of Anna Womack Father of Bertha Anne, Gary and Craig Womack, all at the home. Son of Bertha Womack of Spokane Brother of Miss. Isla M. Saling of Seattle, Washington and Laurence Womack of Spokane. Funeral, Monday, 12 February at 12 Noon in the Gothic Chapel at the Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home, N 1306 Monroe Street. Internment at Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, Washington Source: Spokane Review, Spokane, Washington Transcribed by: Carla Leighton
Age 60 years. Home was in Greenacres. Lived there six years. Survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ida Thompson of Spokane and Mrs. Dr. Ridgeway of Olympia; two half sisters, Mr. J. A. Howard of Garfield and Mrs. Louisa Estes of Vancouver, B. C. Funeral Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. from Hazen & Jaeger’s Chapel, the Rev. Dr. S. J. Chaney officiating. The body will be sent to Walla Walla for interment. Spokane Review, February 26, 1930 Contributed by: Shelli Steedman
Mary M. Folkins (age 87). Her home Fairfield, Wa., where she has resided the last 52 years. Survived by 3 sons, Bert Folkins, Tekoa; Clarence Folkins, Spokane; Fred Folkins, Fairfield, Wn.; 2 daughters, Mrs. Laura Gmeiner, Fairfield, Wn.; Mrs. Gladys Hildebrand, Santa Anna, Calif.; 4 stepsons, Ray Folkins, Billings, Mont.; Harry Folkins, Monroe, Wn.; Charles Folkins, Waldport, Oregon; Father Cecil Folkins, Hot Springs, S.D.; sister, Mrs. Catherine Flower, Spokane; 14 grandchildren; 33 great grandchildren. She was a member of the Fairfield United Presbyterian Church. Funeral services, Friday, June 29, at 2 p.m. from the United Presbyterian Church, Fairfield, Wa. Rev.
Age 88 years. His home was at Fairfield; having resided there 30 years. Survived by his wife, Mary Reycraft Folkins at the home; 2 daughters, Mrs. Laura Gmeiner of Fairfield, Wash.; Mrs. H. H. Hildebrand of Santa Ana, Calif.; 7 sons, Roy of Mont., Harry of Moscow, Charlie of Clarkston, Ross of Lemon, S.D.; Bert of Worley, Idaho, Clarence of Spokane, Fred of Fairfield; 25 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren. Funeral Wed., June 4 at 2 p.m., from the Rev. C. C. Saunders officiating. Interment Fairfield Cemetery. Jaeger Funeral Home of Fairfield, Wash. in charge. Spokesman Review, June 3, 1941 Contributed by: Shelli
His home, N10605 Elma, husband of Mrs. Ava Hagen, at the home. Father of Miss Yvonne M. Hagen, Leith Duane Hagen, both at the home, son of Mrs. Oscar Labidee, Sidney, Mont.; brother of Mrs. Laura Morris, Port Gervis, N.J.; Mrs. Edwin Schlenz, Kalispel, Mont.; Mrs. John Weisz, Ray, N.D.; Ralph Hagen, Miles City, Mont.; Harry Hagen and Ernest Hagen, both of Poplar, Mont. Member of Congregational Church, Lynd IOOF Lodge, No. 184, Jones Encampment No. 78, Canton Spokane No. 2, Past Grand Patriarch of Washington, Elks Lodge No. 1930, Moses Lake Funeral Service Mon., July 26, at 1 p.m.
Spokane, Washington His home was at: West 623 Garland Avenue. Husband of Bertha N. at the home. Father of Mrs. O. A. (Isla) Hatfield and L. P. Womack of Canyonville, Oregon. 5 grandsons. He had resided in Spokane 12 years. Funeral: Wednesday, 7 January, at 1:30 pm, from the Gothic Chapel at the Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home. North 1306 Monroe Street. Rev, James T. Albertson, Officiating. Burial: January 1942, Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Source: Spokesman Review 7 January 1942 Page 14 Transcribed by: Carla Leighton
His home, W227 – 24th Ave. Husband of Eva M. Fox, at the home; father of Mrs. Ava Marie Hagen, Lind, Wash.; 2 grandchildren; brother of Mrs. Laura Beyers, Baldwin Park, Wash.; Mrs. Lulu Dixon, San Diego, Calif.; Medford Fox, Cunningham, Wash.; stepfather of Mrs. Edith McMullen, Portland, Ore.; D. E. Miller, San Mateo, Calif.; Allan W. and Ervin L. Miller, both of Spokane; 8 step grandchildren. A member of the Spokane Lodge No. 34, F. & A.M. Spokane consistory, El Katif Shrine and Samaritan Lodge No. 52, Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Funeral services Mon. Feb. 7, 11 a.m.