Person:James Gardner (68)

Watchers
m. 28 Apr 1897
  1. John Patrick Gardner1898 - 1929
  2. Matthew Warren Gardner1899 - 1951
  3. James E Gardner1902 - 1977
  4. Elizabeth Mary Gardner1903 - 1954
  5. Nora Katherine Gardner1906 - 1983
  6. William Holloway Gardner1912 - 1961
m. 23 May 1932
  1. Paula Lenore Gardner1936 - 2006
  2. Mary Ann Gardner1941 - 1998
  3. Margaret Joan Gardner1945 - 2004
Facts and Events
Name James E Gardner
Gender Male
Birth[9] 01 Jan 1902 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Census[1] 1910 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Census[2] 1920 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Census[5] 1930
Marriage 23 May 1932 King, Washington, United Statesto Mary Pauline Peck
Census[7] 1940 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Physical Description[9] 16 Feb 1942
Death? 03 Aug 1977 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
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  1. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 15A, 28 Apr 1910.

    Name: James E Gardner Age in 1910: 8 Birth Year: abt 1902 Birthplace: Montana Home in 1910: Anaconda Ward 6, Deer Lodge, Montana Street: Monroe Street Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Father's name: James Gardner Father's Birthplace: Ireland Mother's name: Nora Gardner Mother's Birthplace: Ireland Attended School: Yes Household Members: Name Age James Gardner 40 Nora Gardner 38 John P Gardner 17 Mathew W Gardner 9 James E Gardner 8 Elizabeth M Gardner 6 Nora K Gardner 3

  2. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 2A, 8 & 9 Jan 1920.

    Name: James Gardner Age: 18 Birth Year: abt 1902 Birthplace: Montana Home in 1920: Anaconda Ward 3, Deer Lodge, Montana Street: Oak Street Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Marital status: Single Father's name: James Gardner Father's Birthplace: Ireland Mother's name: Nora Gardner Mother's Birthplace: Ireland Able to Speak English: Yes Attended School: yes Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Household Members: Name Age James Gardner 48 Nora Gardner 47 John Gardner 22 Matt Gardner 19 James Gardner 18 Elizabeth Gardner 16 Nora Gardner 13 William Gardner 7

  3. Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States. The Independent Record. (Helena, Montana)
    Page 3, 10 Jun 1925.

    In the presence of parents and other relative from Butte, Anaconda, and other localities in this and other states, and from home in Helena, and in the presence also, of numerous friends, graduates from the college and academy departments of Mount St. Charles received their diplomas, certificates and diplomas last night as the plaudits of the crowd which filled the gymnasium sounded in their ears and caused a glow to spread over their cheeks, and in the eyes of some of the boys perhaps a trace of moisture in, the thought that the occasion meant not only achievement but a good-bye to Alma Mater and to the close associations of college days now ended ... Certificates ... Pre-Legal ... James Emmett Gardner, Anaconda ...

  4. CONSTITUTION TOPIC OF HILLTOP STUDENT, in Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States. The Independent Record. (Helena, Montana)
    Page 2, 09 Nov 1926.

    Yesterday was observed as Constitution Day, in national education week, at Mount St. Charles college. James E. Gardner, Ph. B. '27, of Anaconda, gave the second of a series of 10-minute speeches outlined for the week. In his address he said: Archbishop Ireland tells us that by the terms of the federal constitution. as by the teachings of the Catholic church, no room is given in America for discord between Catholicism and Americanism, between my Catholic faith and my civic and political allegiance." Mr. Gardner then developed his speech by the following points: 1, the genesis of the constitution; 2, the constitution as the bulwark of American liberties; 3, the balance-wheel of the constitution--the United States supreme court; 4, constitutional amendments. He concluded his speech with the slogan, "The integrity of the constitution must forever be inviolate." Later in the afternoon Mr. Gardner presented his address to the students of St. Vincent academy.

  5. United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Not yet located in the 1930 census.

  6. TEACHERS WILL ATTEND PARLEY, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 21 , 22 Oct 1939.

    ANACONDA, Oct. 21. Anaconda Senior and Junior high schools will be represented by a large delegation of teachers at the Southwest district convention of the Montana Education association in Missoula Thursday, Friday and Saturday ... At the Missoula convention, James E. Gardner, journalism instructor at the Anaconda high school, will preside as chairman of the Journalism section. He also will have charge of one meeting for which he will arrange the program ...

  7. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 12B, 20 Apr 1940.

    Name: James E Gardner Age: 38 Estimated birth year: abt 1902 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: Montana Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1940: Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana Street: Chestnut Street House Number: 706 Residence in 1935: Same Place Occupation: Teacher House Owned or Rented: Rented Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 18 Attended School or College: No Highest Grade Completed: College, 5th or subsequent year Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 40 Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in Government work Weeks Worked in 1939: 40 Income: 1890 Income Other Sources: No Household Members: Name Age James E Gardner 38 Mary Gardner 29 Jennie M Gardner 5 Paula E Gardner 3

  8. Copper Glow Is Given All-State Rating at Meet, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 10, 17 May 1940.

    ANACONDA, May 16. The Copper Glow, Anaconda Senior high school publication, received an all-state rating at the Montana Inter-scholastic Editorial association conference held during the track meet in Missoula, May 9 to 11, according to word received today by James E. Gardner, faculty adviser of the paper. The rating Is the highest recognition obtainable ...

  9. 9.0 9.1 United States. U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947. (Ancestry.com [database online], 2011).

    Weight: 145 Complexion: Ruddy Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Brown Height: 5&7 1/2

  10. Anaconda Junior High Receives High Rating, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 26, 23 Nov 1952.

    ANACONDA-Principal James E. Gardner of the Junior high school announced that the school received a high level of achievement based on results of a Stanford achievement test prepared by the division of test research and service of a New York book company. The school was selected last spring as one of the test schools in the nation to help set up achievement norms in all subjects taught, he said ...

  11. Red Cross Drive Leader Named, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 12, 01 Mar 1953.

    ANACONDA H. Clive Farlin, chairman of the Deer Lodge county chapter of the American Red Cross, announced the appointment of James E. Gardner as chairman of the annual fund drive which will begin March 1 throughout the nation. Gardner served as drive chairman for Deer Lodge county for six years. He was first appointed in 1947 and has served continuously since then. He is principal of the Anaconda Junior high school. He resides with his wife and children at 605 Chestnut. Gardner stated the national goal of $93,000,000 is the largest goal set since the war years. Of this goal the quota for Deer Lodge county is $8,000.15. He stated the increase is largely due to the expansion of the blood collection for the production of gamma globulin which is used in the prevention of paralysis from poliomyelitis. With polio reaching epidemic heights in many parts of the nation there is a greater need for this by-product of the whole blood than ever before. Funds also have been add' ed to provide a Red Cross recreation program for able bodied servicemen abroad He pointed out that these are just two of the many services the Red Cross gives for the money derived from the annual drive. Everyday throughout the nation and the world the Red Cross contributions are at work wherever service is needed. Gardner asks residents to remember these services when the volunteer worker calls at homes during the coming months.

  12. Anaconda Names Gardner Head of City Schools, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 7, 15 Mar 1956.

    ANACONDA-James E. Gardner, native of Anaconda and associated with the Smelter City School system for the last 24 years, was named city superintendent of schools, at a meeting of the board of trustees Tuesday night. Mr. Gardner for the last nine years principal of Anaconda Junior High School, will assume his new duties on July l, following retirement of E. J. Nordgaard. Mr. Gardner received his primary education, in Anaconda schools, graduated from Carroll College in Helena and from Montana State University in Missoula. He took post graduate courses at the University of Washington and received his MA degree at Montana University in 1946. When he first entered the education field he was engaged as a teacher for four years at Noxon High School in Sanders County, Mr. Gardner joined the Smelter City School system in 1933. He is married and father of nine children. The family home is at 605 Chestnut. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity ...

  13. Gardner Is Given Leave to Qualify for Post, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 14 , 28 Mar 1956.

    ANACONDA-Trustees of school district No. 10 at a special meeting rescinding their action of March 13 in naming James E. Gardner, principal of the Junior High Schools, Herbert Swanson, clerk of the district, announced. Gardner was named by the board to succeed E. J. Nordgaard, who will retire July 1. Action on rescinding the appointment came after the states department of public instruction in Helena informed the board that Mr. Gardner did not have the proper qualifications in regard to primary education credits at present. With the motion to rescind their appointment, the board voted to give Mr. Gardner a leave of absence effective immediately to attend college to acquire the necessary credits. The spring quarter at the units of the University of Montana started Monday.

  14. Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 22 , 22 Oct 1961.

    ANACONDA-Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gardner were weekend visitors in Spokane.

  15. Officers Installed By Teachers In Mining City, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 3 , 20 May 1963.

    Installation of newly elected officers was held by the Butte Teachers Union at a dinner meeting in the Finlen Hotel at which James E. Gardner, superintendent of schools at Anaconda, was the speaker. Gardner reviewed the history of the Butte Teachers Union, and help given by the Butte group in organizing the union at Anaconda. He told of how the teachers union gives all teachers security through tenure, and how proud the Anacondans are of the Butte union for its leadership. "Butte people," he said, "and Butte teachers are tops. You are the most wonderfully warm and friendly people, next to Anaconda, in the world." ...

  16. Superintendent Says Single Applicants Favored as Teachers, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 4 , 08 Jun 1964.

    Dear Sir: We wish to reply to "Interested Taxpayer and Mother, Anaconda," regarding her letter printed Wednesday, June 3, titled, Says Young Single Applicants Can't Get Teaching Jobs." The Board of Trustees, School District No. 10, Anaconda, has a policy with which the Anaconda Teachers Union, Local 502, agrees as follows: "That the Union support the policy of the Board of Trustees that a teaching position shall not be occupied by a married woman when there is a qualified man or unmarried woman who is an applicant for the position. The board has hired married women in August. However, contracts may be given after school starts when teacher needs are known. Attorney General Forrest Anderson, in an opinion to the Anaconda School Board on Feb. 6, 1964, praised the board for not giving contracts to more teachers than needed. The attorney general said: "The situation presently existing in Anaconda demonstrates the wisdom of permitting this discretion to school boards." Interested Taxpayer said: "I know of three married school teachers who are holding jobs in the City of Anaconda, I am sure there are more." There are no contracts at present writing that have been given to married women for the school year 1964-1965. We repeat that single qualified teachers are given preference. The board has hired 20 single women teachers, or men, in the last two years. Teachers shall be hired as soon as the need is definitely known.-JAMES E. GARDNER, superintendent, Anaconda Public Schools.

  17. Smelter City residents jubilant , in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 12 , 26 Mar 1966.

    (Continued from Page 1) ... James E. Gardner, superintendent of Anaconda public schools-"This means much to our schools. We have experienced some insecurity in the past three or four years, and public school enrollment has gone down. The reactivation of the Anaconda Co. zinc plant will mean the addition of about 1,000 more children in our schools." ...

  18. Superintendent urges vote, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 10, 18 Jun 1971.

    Supt. James E. Gardner asks Anacondans to vote in the school election Thursday. A levy of 29.6 mills is asked, 5.1 mills higher than last year's. He explained that each year the school district as well as all others in the state must come to the taxpayers and ask them to approve a special tax levy to operate the schools. The levy is not added to the previous year's levy. Anaconda taxpayers in previous elections in recent years approved the annual special levy. The special levy is needed this time as much or more than in previous elections.

  19. Scholarship report made, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 10 , 21 Apr 1972.

    James E.Gardner, former superintendent of Anaconda public schools, administrator of the Gardner-Fahey-Emmons scholarship fund, has reported on its present standing. Dr. Milton Colvin, chairman of the department of political science, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., established it to repay kindness in Anaconda during his campaign for congress in 1960 and to pay tribute to Gardner, Edmond "Butch" Fahey and John Emmons. The scholarship was to be awarded annually for 10 years to a son or daughter of a smelterman or school teacher, alternating between Anaconda and Central High schools. Dr. Colvin set up the scholarship and deposited $1,000 for $100 to be given each year after which the balance will be given to the Anaconda Senior High School library fund. Gardner reported as of Jan. 1 the $380.03 account at the First National Bank will permit scholarship awards to Central in 1972 and 1974, Anaconda High in 1973 and the balance in 1974 to the library.

  20. Gardner to be honored, in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 8 , 31 Aug 1972.

    Plans are being formed to honor James E. Gardner, retired city superintendent of schools, at an informal gathering on Wednesday, Sept 20. Gardner, teacher, principal and superintendent in the Anaconda public school system more than 35 years, retired July 1, 1971, as city superintendent. Jane Kemper and Lanor Kaney, faculty members at the W.K. Dwyer elementary school, are co-chairmen of the committee in charge of the community effort to honor Gardner.