ANDREW McDONALD, VETERAN LUMBER EMPLOYEE, DIES Andrew McDonald, who was a night watchman at the E. K. Wood Lumber Company's Bellingham mill nineteen years, during which period he was absent from his post only three nights, died Thursday morning at the home of his son, O. H. McDonald, 2210 Ellis street. He was 89 years of age and had lived here twenty-nine years.
Mr. McDonald was a private in the 134th Ohio Infantry in the Civil war from 1861 to 1865. He is survived by three other sons, Ebenezer and James, Bellingham, and Percy, Detroit; two daughters, Mrs. Ada Leavitt, Maple Falls, and Mrs. Nettie Lee, Winlock; twenty-seven grandchildren and nineteen great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the Harlow-Hollingsworth funeral home Saturday at 12:45 p.m. The Rev. O. A. Quall will officiate. Cremation will follow. Members of the J. B. Steedman post, G.A.R., are invited to attend the services. (From The Bellingham Herald, January 12, 1933)