James Oscar Harney, died 2 Sep 1944.
J.O. AT KLAMATH HOME J. O. Harney, who named awny at the family home, 2111 Darrow, on Saturday, September 2, after an illness of several weeks, wait a resident of Klamath Falls for tho past IS years, coming herefrom herefrom Roscburtf, whore ho was In business for four yer Pro vlous ta that time ho was on-KiiKcd on-KiiKcd on-KiiKcd In business In Kinsley, Kansas, where ho was also assistant assistant postmaster and proslUonl of tho chamber of commerce. , During his residence In Ktum-nth Ktum-nth Ktum-nth Falls he was employed in tho planing mill of tho Ewatin Box company and wus well known and liked by all his amoclatcn. Ho was member of tho Community Community Congregational church and of tho Modern Woodmen of America. A man much Interested Interested in his home and garden, ho was loved by the children of tho neighborhood who will miss him greatly, ' , Ho passed away on his 38th wedding anniversary, and Is (Survived (Survived by his wlfo Goltla; a daughter, daughter, Mrs. Kcster Gandco- Gandco- and grandson Corky of Redwood City, Calif., and a son. Jack C. Harney and granddaughter Pea-ev Pea-ev Pea-ev of Portland. Both his chil dren are graduates of tho Klam ath schools. Mrs. Jack Harney was tho former Mela Jones, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. K. D. Jones. ;