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Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Last Rites Held For Art Haggerty. Memorial services were held from the Booth-Bollman Funeral chapel Monday, February 11 at 3:00 p.m., for Arthur C. Haggerty, who passed away at the Wallowa Memorial Hospital Thursday, February 7, following an illness of short duration. Rev. John Munsey officiated with Mrs. George Swanson of Wallowa singing “In The Garden” and “Beautiful Isle of Somewhere”. Mrs. Garnet Best was at the organist. Pall bearers were: Fred Wagner, Ervan Witty, Ed Long, W.M. White, Wayne Reece and Claude Rennie. Vault internment was in the Enterprise cemetery. Arthur C. Haggerty was born
Ida M. Haggerty, age 40 years, 18 days, wife of Wm. O. Haggerty, died in the Grande Ronde Hospital, La Grande, Oregon, Saturday, May 18, following an operation. The funeral took place from the Presbyterian church, at 2 p.m., Tuesday, May 21, services conducted by Rev. Eells. Mrs. Haggerty had been seriously ailing for about ten weeks and was confined to her bed for two weeks. Ida M. Haggerty was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson, was born in High Valley, and had lived in this section all her life. Her parents came to this country from Illinois