Location: Summerville Oregon

Caudle, Joe – Obituary

Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon Memorial services for Joe Thomas Caudle who passed away at his home in Lostine on Monday, April 23, 1973, were Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Bollman Chapel. Rev. Joe Jewett officiated and Wanda Sorweide was organist. Ella McArtor sang “Under His Wings”and “Beyond the Sunset”. Casket bearers were: C. Raymond Johnson, Paul Yost, Art Bartmess, Bud Wynans, Orval McArtor and Cecil McCubbin; and internment was in the Lostine Cemetery. Joe was the son of Berkley and Carrie Caudle and was born April 17, 1898 in Summerville. He had lived in Wallowa County most of his

Hammack, James Lafayette – Obituary

Laid To Rest James Lafayette Hammack was born Oct. 18, 1860 in Wayne County, Iowa, and passed away at Lostine June 13, 1948. He crossed the plains with his parents in 1865, first to Yamhill County, and later to Summerville in Union County, where he lived until he was a young man. He then moved to Wallowa County where he had since made his home except from 1915 until 1928 when he lived in Hermiston, Oregon. He was united in marriage to Sarah A. Allen April 11, 1886. She passed away October 2, 1903. He was married on November 16,

Caudle, Carrie – Obituary

Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon Memorial services for Mrs. Carrie Viola Caudle who passed away at the Wallowa Memorial hospital Monday afternoon, May 22, 1967, will be conducted by the Bollman Funeral home today (Thursday) at 2:30 p.m. at the Lostine United Presbyterian Church with Rev. Earl Eyre officiating. Mrs. Ella McArtor and Melvin Crow will sing “Under His “Wings” and “Beyond The Sunset”, and Mrs. Freda-Bobs Goodman will be organist. Casket bearers will be Bud Wynans, E.J. Blokland, Jack Read, Howard Williamson, Orval McArtor and E.J. Hook, and internment will be in the Lostine cemetery. Mrs. Caudle was the daughter

Childers, J. W. – Obituary – Obituary

J. W. Childers Is Taken By Death Resident of County for Many Years Crossed Plains In 1865. James W. Childers died early Friday morning, Oct. 4, 1929, at the Wallowa hospital where he had been taken on Thursday for an operation for cancer of the bladder, an affliction with which he had suffered for years, and for which he underwent an operation about 20 years ago. Mr. Childers had been in poor health for years but always refused to give way to his ill health and kept active in the management of his farm until a few weeks before his

Childers, Emma Mrs.

Mrs. Childers Is Called By Death Mrs. Emma Childers, widow of the late James W. Childers, passed away Saturday evening, July 16, 1932, at the home of her son Earl Childers, east of Joseph. She was taken ill with a heart affliction seven weeks ago and was confined to her bed since then. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church and burial was in the Enterprise cemetery. The pastor Rev. Hall K. Wallis, conducted the services. Emma Tice was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tice and was born in Salem, Jan. 12, 1854. Her

Courtney, Pinkney L. – Obituary

Mrs. B.T. Long received word Thursday evening of the death of her father, P. L. Courtney at Payette, Idaho and left for that place Friday. M. O. Courtney of Lostine accompanied her. P. L. Courtney was one of the earliest settlers of the valley and lived here until recent years when he was compelled to try a different climate to relieve asthma from which he was a sufferer. He spent the past year in California from there going to Payette only two weeks ago and on the trip contracted the influenza to which he succumbed. Pinkney L. Courtney was born

Clark, Nellie – Obituary

Mrs. Nellie Clark Heart Victim Nellie Clark wife of G. C. Clark of Flora, passed away early Wednesday morning. She had been a resident of the Flora community for the past 50 years. Nellie Courtright was born at Summerville, Ore., on May 3, 1878. She came to Flora to teach school about 1899 and there met Mr. Clark. They were married on Feb. 18, 1900, and made Flora their home up until the time of her death. On account of her heart they had planned to move to Clarkston, but had not completed moving when she was stricken. Surviving are

Cook, Mrs. Effie – Obituary

Mrs. Effie Cook Answers Call Mrs. Effie Cook passed away at the Wallowa County Hospital Sunday evening, Sept. 5, at the age of 69 years, 11 months and 26 days. Mrs. Cook was born at Summerville, Union County in 1878 to James Wesley and Sarah Jane Miller Hammack. She came to Wallowa county when a young girl and was united in marriage to G.B. Cook (who preceded her in death) Dec. 4, 1896. To this union were born three children, Roy Cook of Wallowa, Charlie Cook of Lostine, and Mrs. Earl Whitely (who also preceded her in death). Surviving are

Waelty, M. E. – Obituary

Funeral services were held for Murland Edwin Waelty Saturday, March 28 at 2 p.m., at the Bollman Funeral chapel in Enterprise. Mr. Waelty died at the Grand Ronde hospital in La Grande March 26, 1959, following a long illness. He was born at Summerville, Oregon, March 10, 1888, the son of Albert and Minnie Waelty. With his parents he came to Wallowa County at the age of 13 years and had resided here continuously until his death. He was married to Christina Goebel on July 5, 1909. Mr. and Mrs. Waelty resided on their farm in Middle Valley for many

Waelty, Elisabeth Mrs. – Obituary

Summerville, Wallowa County, Elisabeth Ochsner was born in Naenikon, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, February 27, 1840, and passed to the Great Beyound July 17, 1919, at the age of 79 years, 4 months, 20 days. She came to Lank County, Wisconsin, in 1851 with her parents. In 1859 she married Gottfried (Godfried) Waelty in Waumander, Wisconsin. They came to Summerville, Oregon in 1881 and then to Wallowa in 1902. Her husband passed on August 1, 1913. Four children were born to this union, two dying in Childhood. She leaves to mourn her loss two children, Albert G. and Louise Waelty, both