Enterprise Oregon

Hovis, Earl – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Former Wallowa County resident, Earl Hovis, of North Bend, died Feb. 1, 1992, at St. Katherine’s Nursing Home in Coos Bay. At his request, no public services were held. Interment will be in Wallowa County at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Cool Bay Chapel. Mr. Hovis was …

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Sloan, John – Obituary

Mrs. Franklin Loses Brother Enterprise, Oregon Mrs. G.W. Franklin has received word of the death of a brother, John Sloan, a Corporal in the 313th Engineers, A.E.F, in France. Death was due to pneumonia. He enlisted in Missouri. Enterprise Record Chieftain, Thursday, November 7, 1918

Ward, Lois Eileen – Obituary

Enterprise, Oregon Lois Eileen (Ward) Anderson Funeral Services were conducted Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Richard Anderson (Lois Ward), 28, of Oregon City. Rev. Earl Rogers officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Ralp Kay and Mrs. Garnet Best who sang “Beyond the Sunset”. Pallbearers were Keith Searles, Harold Lay, Bob Hamilton, Jack Christy, Bob Freels and …

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Fine, William – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon William Fine Dies At Hospital William Dodridge Fine, a resident of Wallowa County for over forty years, passed away at the Wallowa Memorial hospital Wednesday morning, June 6, 1951 following an illness of about four years. He was born April 24, 1877 at Sprague, Idaho and was the son of Henry …

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Foster, Dora Edith Warnock Mrs. – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Mrs. Jess Foster Services Saturday Mrs. Jess Foster passed away unexpectedly at her home in Enterprise Tuesday morning, March 23, 1954, although she had been in ill health for the past six months. She and her husband had celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last December. Dora Edith Warnock, daughter of D. …

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Ward, Carl- Obituary

Carl Ward Meets Death Under a Truck Enterprise, Oregon Little Carl Ward met instant death yesterday by falling underneath the wheels of a heavily loaded truck. The truck belonging to the Hamilton Dray Co., was backing up to the E.M. & M. new building with a full load and the little fellow attempted to climb …

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