Margaret Funderburk raised 6 children practilly on her own. She liked fish, arts and crafts, all kinds of flowers, church, Christian Music and Jesus. Her best talent was in the making of her Afghan blankets made for unwed mothers and their infants. She never asked for a dime for them. Some were donated to the Catherine Foundation in California and others were made for family and friends. All was done out of love.
During the year she was born, the following events occured:The U.S. troops are withdrawn from Germany, The Mexican rebel leader Pancho Villa is assassinated, The U.S. awards formal recognition to Mexico, The first wireless telephone call sent via radio waves is made from New York to London,President Harding dies of a stroke in a San Francisco Hotel room.
LIVING: NEW HOUSE: $7,400.00
AVERAGE RENT: $18.00 a month
MOVIE TICKET: 15 cents each
U.S. POSTAGE STAMP: 2cents each
Bob Barker of the Price is Right was born in the same year as well as ex- Senator Bob Dole and Monty Hall of the game show "Let's Make A Deal."
Some of her last words were: "If by chance, you wish to remember me, do it with a kind deed or word to someone who needs you. If you do all I have asked, I will live forever."
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