Van Schoonhoven, Leona – Obituary

Cove Matron To Be Buried Thurs.

Funeral Services for Mrs. Bina Leona Van Schoonhoven of Cove will be held tomorrow, Thursday, afternoon at 2:00 from the M. E. Church in Cove, Rev. Callahan in charge.

Mrs. Van Schoonhoven was born in Cove February 13, 1902 and has lived in that vicinity all her life. About 12 years ago she married Simeon Van Schoonhoven and to that union one son Johnny, aged about 9 years, was born.

Both her husband and son survive her. She is also survived by four sisters, Mesdames Vivian Mytinger of Pendleton, Hazel Hartley of Cove, Opel Gassett, Cove; Letha Parr, Everett Washington and Mrs. D. Gauthier of Union; Six brothers, William, Orphia, Frank, and Archie Burford all of Union, Arthur of Sand Point, Idaho, and Claude of Salem, Oregon.

Services will be in charge of Snodgrass & Zimmerman.


Cove Resident Passes — Funeral To Be Thursday

Mrs. Bina Leona Van Schoonhoven, known to her many friends as Mrs. Van, died at the Grande Ronde hospital at 1:30 o’clock yesterday afternoon of chronic nephritis. She was a resident of Cove.

Funeral services will be held at the Methodist Episcopal church at Cove at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon, with Rev. C. C. Callahan officiating. Burial will follow in the Cove cemetery with Snodgrass and Zimmerman in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Schoonhoven was born at Cove Feb. 13, 1902 and was 35 years, eight months and 13 days of age.

She is survived by her widowed husband, Simeon, a son Johnny, five sisters and six brothers —– Mrs. Vivian Mytinger, of Pendleton; Mrs. Hazel Hartley, of Cove; Mrs. Opel Gassett, of Cove; Mrs. Letha Parr, of Everett, Wash; Mrs. D. Gauthier, Union; William, Orphia, Frank and Archie Burford, all of Union; Arthur Burford, of Sandpoint, Id., and Claude Burford, of Salem.

Note: Mrs. D. Gauthier was not a sister. They should have listed up Mrs. Ruth Cockrell instead.

Contributed by: Margaret Shinoki

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