Mary A. Walling

WALLING—Mrs. Mary A. Walling, widow of the late Enos C. Walling, died Wednesday in Portland.  The body is being brought to Boise and will be at the McBratney funeral home after noon Saturday.  Mrs. Walling is a pioneer resident of Boise, having lived here more than 25 years before moving to Portland.  She is survived by three sons and two daughters. One of the daughters, Mrs. Arba Day of Portland, will accompany the body to Portland.  Mrs. Walling was a member of the Christian church. Graveside services will be held in the Masonic cemetery at 4 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. C.E. Burgess officiating.  Interment will be beside the body of her husband.

Source:  Idaho Statesman, October 9, 1936.

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Fay Walling

A telegram was received by Mrs. M.A. Walling of 2485 North Fourth street, with the sad news of the death of her son, Fay Walling, in France, March 12. He was a member of the 36th aero squadron and was stationed near Bordeaux. He would have completed his third year in the service May 31. Besides his mother he is survived by a brother, Theodore Walling of Salem and another brother, Raymond, who is in the navy. Two sisters survive, Mrs. J.E. Hauser of Portland and Mrs. G.A. Day, also of Portland. At the time of his death Fay Walling was 21 years old. Before going into the war he had lived in Salem.

Source: Salem Capital Journal, April 8, 1919.

Mary Ann Zemmer Walling

WALLING—1223 S.E. 37th ave., Mary A. Walling, mother of Mrs. G.A. Day, Mrs. John Hauser, Raymond B., Theodore R. and Sidney Walling; sister of Mrs. Lydia Oberchain.  Funeral services will be held Friday, Oct. 9, at 10:30 A.M., from the Holman & Lutz Colonial Mortuary, N.E. 14th and Sandy blvd.  Interment Boise, Idaho.

Source:  Portland Oregonian, October 8, 1936.

Death of Fay Walling in France

A telegram was received by Mrs. M.A. Walling of 2485 North Fourth street, with the sad news of the death of her son, Fay Walling, in France, March 12.  He was a member of the 36th aero squadron and was stationed near Bordeaux.  He would have completed his third year in the service May 31.  Besides his mother he is survived by a brother, Theodore Walling of Salem and another brother, Raymond, who is in the Navy. Two sisters survive, Mrs. J.E. Hauser [sic] of Portland and Mrs. G.A. Day, also of Portland.  At the time of his death Fay Walling was 21 years old.  Before going into the war he had lived in Salem.

Source:  Daily Capital Journal, April 8, 1919.

Arba Walling & George Day

The following account of the wedding of a former Boise girl, taken from the Woodburn, Ore., “Independent” will be read with interest by Miss Walling’s old friends:  The wedding of Miss Arba Walling and Mr. G.A. Day took place on Wednesday evening of last week, September 30, at the home of the bride’s parents east of Woodburn, Rev. James Moore officiating.  Only relatives and a few friends of the contracting parties were present.  A wedding dinner followed the ceremony.  Day is a prosperous farmer east of this city.

Source:  Idaho Statesman, October 15, 1908.