“Pine And Haines Resident Passes”
Funeral services will be held for Mrs. Amanda Shock, who died early Wednesday, April 16, at the home of her son Jesse in Pine, at Halfway Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Mrs. Rev. Mae Budd will officiate at services at the Christian church. According to Baker Funeral home, burial will be made Saturday, with grave services at Haines cemetery at 2 pm.
Mrs. Shock was born on August 15, 1862, in Evansville, Indiana. She moved to Fort Scott, Kansas when a small girl and later to Missouri where she was married in 1882 to the late George Shock. The couple moved to Oregon in 1891, first to Haines, and then in 1910 to Pine Valley.
Mr. Shock preceded her in death in 1935.
The deceased is survived by two sons, Jesse, and Melvin of Pine, a daughter Mrs. Arch Long of Haines; two brothers, Henry Wallace of Haines and Ed Wallace of Payson, Oklahoma; six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.’
The Record Courier Baker City, Oregon, April 17, 1941
Contributed by: Belva Ticknor