Surname: Sturm

Sturm, Susan England – Obituary

Paradise, Oregon The Flora and north end communities were shocked Saturday morning when the sad news reached here of the sudden death of Grandma Sturm, mother of Henry Alando and Charles Sturm, of this community and Mrs. L. D. Osburn of E.O.L. Camp 10, where Grandma made her home. Grandma seemed as well as usual Friday and was all ready to go to Enterprise Saturday morning with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Osburn. When Mrs. Osburn went into Grandma’s bedroom Saturday morning to build a fire and call her for breakfast, she found that life was gone and

Sturm, Robert Charles, “Bob” – Obituary

Flora, Oregon Bob passed away at his home in Puyallup, Washington on January 2, 2002, held by his wife and soul mate Susan and surrounded by his 4 furred children. He was born in Walla Walla, Washington on 12/20/49 to Jack and Wanda Sturm. Growing up on a farm in Flora, Oregon and involved in 4-H, he met a young lady by the name of Susan Benson when he was 14 and did some serious flirting for a week at 4-H summer school. Bob attended Enterprise High School and then dated his young 4-H friend for a summer. After high

Sturm, Joseph Charles – Obituary

Joseph Sturm Crash Victim Paradise, Oregon Joseph Sturm of Flora died last Tuesday, December 24, after the car in which he was riding left the road and plunged into Camas creek near Ukiah Lake Monday. Sturm a World War II veteran, and Witt Nolton, driver of the car, were rescued from the icy waters and both were apparently uninjured. However, Mr. Strum died enroute to Pilot Rock. Joseph Charles Strum was born at Paradise, Oregon, June 22,1908. He was the son of Charles and Lizzie Sturm. He lived on a farm in that vicinity until entering the service, April 9,

Sturm, James – Obituary

Paradise, Oregon Grandpa Sturm passed away Sunday Sept. 25, 1921, after a serious illness of several days, while for months he has been in the very poorest of health. He was one of the old pioneer settlers of the north end, being 88 years old. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife, four sons, Chas., Henry and Orlando Sturm, who live in Paradise, a daughter, Mrs. Lake Osbourne of Alberta, and several grandchildren besides a host of friends, who extend the sorrowing relatives their sympathy in their bereavement. Enterprise Record Chieftain, Thursday October 6, 1921

Sturm, Henry D. – Obituary

Paradise, Oregon Henry Davis Sturm died at his home in Paradise, Saturday, May 9, 1931 at the age of 66 years, 6 months and 10 days. Funeral services were held Monday and were conducted by Rev. Hall K. Wallis of the Methodist church, Enterprise. Burial was in the Paradise cemetery. Mr. Sturm was born at Meadowdale, West Virginia, October 24, 1865. He was one of a family of 15 children of whom only five are living. When a young man he came west and lived for a time near Moscow, Idaho, later drifting to the north end of Wallowa county,

Sturm, Armintia A. – Obituary

Funeral Services For Armintia A. Sturm Paradise, Oregon Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at Paradise for Mrs. Armintia A. Sturm who passed away at her home there Sunday, May 26, 1940. E.E. Callahan, pastor of the Enterprise Christian church, was in charge of the services, and interment was in the Paradise cemetery beside her husband and son. Pall bearers were Albert Wilson, William Curry, Doc Shelton, B.D. Beach, William Frazier and Baley Shelton. Armintia Angeline Winters was born in Booneville, Iowa, April 13, 1863, and crossed the plains when 18 years old, settling at Baker where she was united

Sturm, Arlando Jackson – Obituary

A.J. Sturm Passes At Home Near Town Enterprise, Oregon Arlando Jackson Sturm passed away Thursday, March 6, 1941, at his home south of town. Funeral services were held Sunday in the Booth chapel, with E.E. Callahan of the Christian church officiating, and burial was in Enterprise cemetery. Pall bearers were Ed E. Rodgers, Milt Sasser, Robert Sasser and John Garrett. Mr. Sturm was born in Barber county, Virginia, now a part of West Virginia, Oct. 6, 1861, a son of James and Susan Sturm. He remained in his native state until 1909, when he came west to join his parents

Biographical Sketch of Sturm, Henry

Henry Sturm, wholesale and retail dealer in all kinds of liquors. He also has a soda factory, where he manufactures all kinds of soda and mineral water and Champagne cider. The building cost $2000 and is 20×30 feet. He employs four men. He has a warehouse 20×75 foot, where he keeps a stock of Joseph Schlitz Milwaukee Lager Beer. His stock of liquors invoice at $3,000. He also keeps a billiard and saloon parlor. He has two icehouses, respectively 20×30 feet and 30×50 feet, and has 400 tons of ice stored to supply the city. He first came to Junction