Funeral services were held June 9 at Zacher Mortuary for William (Bill) J. Lee, 74, retired Lone Pine rancher, who died in the night June 4  at home. Officiating at the 2 p.m. rites was Rev. George Chase and music was by Bill and Judy Simmons.
Mr. Lee was born Feb. 20, 1896, at Woodburn. He was a World War I veteran and had lived in the Lone Pine area for 34 years.
Survivors include his widow, Juanita, Lone Pine; six sons, Bill Jr., Richland, Wn.; Kenneth, Klamath Falls; Charles and Lawren, St. Marie, Idaho; Paul, U.S. Navy, stationed at Whidbey Island, Wn., and Dale Perkins, Reno, Nev.; four daughters, Mrs. Betty Nyberg, Salem; Mrs. Doris Case, Independence; Mrs. Effie Gregorson, Portland, and Mrs. Letha Mickel, Madrid Spain; one brother, Charles Lee, Chico, Cal., and 21 grandchildren.
Casket bearers were Harold Buckner, Bud Adams, Waneard Buckner, Bill Williams, Donald Buckner and Dave Silvers.
Interment was in the Pioneer Cemetery, Terrebonne.
Contributed by: Shelli Steedman