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Coquille -- Ira Luther Baumgartner, 80, a farmer in the Riverton area since 1903, died Sunday in Bandon. Alta Linder, Riddle, a son, Robert H., Los Angeles, Calif; a brother, Clarence, Coquille; two sisters, Mrs. Berhammer lived at 946 south First street, and was employed by the state highway department. Survivors include three brothers, Joseph I., North Bend; John H., Rochester, Minn., and Mike, Milwaukie, and a sister, Mrs. The husband and his wife's relatives at the house declare the poison must have been taken by mistake. Bernett had been in ill health and under treatment by Dr. In her bedroom on a bureau was medicine she had been using. The compass that had been used by his illustrious ancestor was stolen from the family by the Indians in 1847. The deceased was a pioneer resident of this section and was held in high esteem by her neighbots and friends. It had been feared that she had fallen into the river and drowned as she had been seen near the bank earlier in the afternoon. Elbert Schroeder was deputized as acting coroner to make an investigation. She was a real mother; one who enjoyed company and the latch string to her door was always out to the weary traveller, seeking food and shelter. Memorial gifts may be made to any reading program or camp program for children.
He is survived by his widow, Mary Ellen, Riverton; a daughter, Mrs. JAmes Ryan of the First Assembly of God Church officiating. [From Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery] On headstone: Removed to Minneapolis, Minn. Survivors include his wife, Elma Bergeron of Lakeside, and a nephew, Jack bergeron of Lakeside. Arrangements are under the direction of Unger Funeral Home in Reedsport. Berghammer, 50, a resident of Coos Bay the past 20 years, died at today at Keizer hospital after an eight-weeks illness. Saturday at Grimm's chapel, North Bend, conducted by the Very Rev. Oakland Office San Francisco Call, 1118 Broadway, Dec. He had been sleeping with their baby, which is a month old, in another apartment. Descendant of the Illustrious Daniel An old Coos county pioneer Captain A. Boone, died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. He was a great grandson of Daniel Boone the famous Kentucky back woodsman. A good portion of the town site of Myrtle Point was originally owned by W. She was united in marriage to Benjamin Harrison in 1864, and the result of this union was nine children, eight of whom, together with the husband, survive her. Barklow and the remains interred in the Myrtle Point Cemetery. 23 -- (Special) The body of Joan Hart, seven, was recovered from the Coquille river about p.m. The child had been missing since mid-afternoon Saturday. The body was taken to the Schroeder mortuary in Coquille. Since taking up her residence in Myrtle Point she had attended the Methodist Church. A memorial service and funeral will be held on July 12, 2008 at PM in the Jacksonville, Oregon Cemetery, Odd Fellows Section. The body was sent to Portland on Tuesday by the Gano Funeral home for services there. 5, 1880, in Vermont, and had been a street car conductor in Portland prior to coming to Coquille in 1933 when he purchased the Coquille Agency from C. Hodgdon who returned just a few days prior to her husband's death from Portland where she had taken the body of her mother, Mrs. from the Coquille Chapel of Schroeder Brothers Mortuary. Holbrook, a resident of Riverton, died Thursday at her home. Holbrook had lived in Riverton for 34 years and was a member of the Coquille Assembly of God Church. from the Coquille Chapel of Schroeder Brothers Mortuary. Holbrook, a resident of Riverton, died Thursday at her home. Holbrook had lived in Riverton for 34 years and was a member of the Coquille Assembly of God Church. Friday for Arthur Horton, 83, who died suddenly at his home in Englewood.
She was employed by the City of Portland, in the Parks and Recreation section. Axtell drove his machine upon the ferry-boat and attempted to pu on the brakes. Had been well know resident of this county for 38 years. The ailment which proved fatal was organic disease of the heart. Ayers was born in Henry county, IL, March 26, 1850 and was therefore in the 65th year of his age at the time of his demise. Ayers, of Santa Clara; [illegible] Marian Ayers, of Oakland; Clarence L. He is also survived by a brother and three sisters, A.
A native of Natwata, Okla., Henderson had lived in Coos Bay since 1907. for 20 years and for several years had served as chief engineer for the plant. Herman [sic], 82, died at Mast Hospital of a heart attack. He lived his entire life at Broadbent, with the excetion of 2 years in Arizona.
The interment took place in the Dora cemetery beside her father who passed away about two years ago. Leslie Dunton of Emmanual Episcopal Church will officiate at final rites Wednesday at 11 a.m. Stanley (Steve) Henderson, 62, who died Saturday of a heart attack.
Word has been received in Norfolk of the death of Edmund Swigert Bargelt, the fourteen-months-old son of Mr. On the 6th, Andrew Hekkila and Fred Larkstrom, says the Plaindealer, while on their way to Marshfield on Coos Bay, in a small boat, with sail spread to the breeze, were capsized, and Heikkila, who was thrown some distance from the boat, was drowned. The body of the unfortunate man could not be recovered. She had been an invalid for many years and a few days before her death became worse but it was not thought she was in any immediate danger.
Susan Paige Ashenfelter, 48, lost her fight with cancer on October 15, 2015.
Coos river districts also reported that logs were running from the north fork, and it appeared a general cleanup would be made in that section.