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Page 2B MILESTONES Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore., Sunday, July 16, 1989 Engagements Beitel - Duda Diane Marie Beitel and James Raymond Duda are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of F.B. and Virginia Beitel of Stayton. She is a teacher at St. Mary's Grade School in Stayton. Her fiance is the son of George and Cecilia Stupfel of Salem. He is employed at Shady Acres Mobil Home Park in Salem. A Dec. 16 wedding in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Stayton is planned. Barber - Hamilton Amy Louise Barber and Scott Lowell Hamilton, both of Salem, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Delbert and Rita Barber of Bend. She is a graduate of Mountain View High School and attended Chemeketa Community College. She is employed at United Savings Bank. Her fiance is the son of Caran and Larry Hamilton of La Grande and George and Dixie Keep of Scott Hamilton Salem. He is a graduate of and AmY Barber La Grande High School and is employed at Agri-Turf Irrigation. A Sept. 23 wedding in St. Mark Lutheran Church in Salem is planned. Gould - Larson Elizabeth Anne Gould and Duane John Larson, both of Portland, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Rodney J. and Tamara J. Gould of Salem. She is a graduate of Salem Academy and is a student at Mount Hood Community College. Her fiance is the son of Donald and Lois Larson of Portland. He is a graduate of David Douglas High School and is a student at George Fox College. A March 17 wedding in the Montavilla Baptist Church in Portland is planned. Bachmeier - Wylie Births ....:' .... Chris Wylie and Brenda Bachmeier Brenda Lee Bachmeier and Chris Howard Wylie, both of Salem, are en gaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Verna C. Bachmeier of Salem. She is a graduate of McKay High School and is the manager at Figaro's Pizza. Her fiance is the son of Romona Wylie of Con-nell, Wash. He is a gradu ate of Connell High School and is attending Western Baptist College. A Sept. 23 wedding in the First Baptist Church in Connell is planned. LeaVelle - Jacobs Cindy LeaVelle of Salem and Andrew Jacobs of Vancouver, Wash., are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Dave and Mari-ley LeaVelle of Salem. She is a graduate of South Salem High School and is a cashier at Teague Motor Company. Her fiance is the son of Helmut and Brigitte Jacobs of Vancouver. He is a graduate of Columbia River High School and Multnomah School of the Bible. He is an intern at Morning Star Community Church. A Feb. 3 wedding in the Crossroads Community Church in Vancouver is planned. Nibler - Counts Amy Dolores Nibler of Woodburn and Brent Grant Counts of Gervais are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Carl and Mary Nibler of Woodburn. She is a graduate of Gervais Union High School and Chemeketa Community College. She is a medical assistant. Her fiance is the son of Mel and Nedora Counts of Gervais. He is a graduate of Gervais Union High School and University of the Pacific, Stockton, Calif. He is a claims representative for Farmers Insurance Company. A fall wedding in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Gervais is planned. Salem Hospital COLE To Michele and Thomas Cole, Salem, a daughter, July 14. DODELE To Beverly and Paul Do-dele, 10170 Corvallis Road, Independence, a son, July 14. HARRIS To Clara and Howard Harris, 3304 River Road NE, Salem, a son, July 14. KERN To Tina Kern, 2333 Lee St. SE, Salem, a son, July 14. NUSS To Kimberly Nuss, Salem, a daughter, July 14. RITTENHOUSE To Debra and Russell Rittenhouse, 4573 Center St. NE, Salem, a son, July 14. SMITH To Kathy and Thane Smith, 1051 62nd Court NE, Salem, a son, July 14. VILLARREAL To Teresita Villar-real, 271 Cummings Lane N, Keizer, a son, July 14. WIDMER To Dawn and Harley Widmer, 4882 Silverton Road NE, Salem, a daughter, July 14. WILSON To Carrie and Curtis Wilson, 1026 Summer St. NE, Salem, a son, July 14. Newberg Community Hospital PEKAREK To Catrina Pekarek, McMinnville, a son, July 8. BRIDGERS To Cheryl and Robert Bridgers, Newberg, a daughter, July 9. McMinnville Community Hospital SCHROEDER To Linda and Theodore Schroeder Jr., McMinnville, a daughter, June 28. MITCHELL To Jaynie and Roger Mitchell, McMinnville, a daughter, July 1. BRUDNOK To Lynn and Jeffery Brudnok, Sheridan, a son, July 3. BRIGGS To Toni and Thomas Briggs, McMinnville, a son, July 4. HAGGARD To Veneta A. Haggard, Grand Ronde, a son, July 6. MOLLOY To Emilie and James Molloy, Sheridan, a son, July 6. KLOCK To DeAnna L. Klock, McMinnville, a daughter, July 8. WHITE To Debra and David White, Dayton, a son, July 7. WILBANKS To Annette Wilbanks, Amity, a daughter, July 7. DeHART To Emily G. DeHart, Newberg, a son, July 9. WICKLIFF To Patty A. Wickliff, Dayton, a son, July 7. PASTORA To Danette Pastora, McMinnville, a son, July 11. VAN RONK To Jeanette and Jerry Van Ronk, Newberg, a daughter, July 11. PEKKOLA To Ramona and Larry Pekkota, Carlton, a daughter, July 9. POPE-BLAKELY To Lorene and Donald Pope-Blakely, Sheridan, a son, July 11. MASTERS To Diana and Aaron Masters, Willamina. Lebanon Community Hospital BREWINGTON To Donna and Jeffrey Brewington, 530 Grove St., Lebanon, a son, July 2. FORSYTHE To Melissa and Randy Forsythe, 5351 Highway 20, Sweet Home, a son, July 3. KRUMWIEDE-LEWIS To Patricia Krumwiede and Darrel Lewis, 1054 N. River Road, Sweet Home, a son, July 4. Silverton Hospital HERMAN-DeSANTIS To Jamie Herman and Tim DeSantls, Silverton, a daughter, July 3. RUST-McCLENDON To Andrea Rust and LaBarron McClendon, Canby, a son, July 4. AMBRIZ To Cecilia and Silvestre Ambriz, Mount Angel, a son, July 4. TOTLAND To Denise and Robert Totland, Silverton, a daughter, July 4. HATCH To Sharon and William Hatch, 3767 Fisher Road NE, Salem, a son, July 6. HOWARD To Sharon and John Howard, 16450 Ellendale, Dallas, a son, July 6. PARK To Yongjoo and Dung-Chun Park, 3659 Hawthorne Ave. NE, Salem, a daughter, July 6. FENNIMORE To Kim and Karl Fen-nimore, P.O. Box 212, Mount Angel, a son, July 9. GILLILAND To Alicia Gilliland, Stayton, a daughter, July 6. Pacific Communities Hospital, Newport BISSON To Tracy L. and Vernon L. Bisson, 113 NE 10th St., Toledo, a son, July 5. MASELLI To Jan Phoenix and Nicholas John Maselli, 608 NW Hurbert, Newport, a daughter, June 30. BURCH To Heidi Lee and Jeffrey Jay Burch, 936, SW Angle, Newport, a son, July 2. Good Samaritan Hospital, Corvallis TARVER To Helen and Gary Tarver, 1615 NW 27th, Corvallis, a son, July 3. DUNCAN To Charlene and David Duncan, 2532 SE Powell Place, Corvallis, a daughter, July 3. HOLLINGS To Alicia and William Hollings, 29755 Beaver Creek Road, Corvallis, a daughter, July 3. HAY To Kathleen and John Hay, 1370 Poplar St., Sweet Home, a son, July 3. SCHROCK To Kristi and James Schrock, 1125 SE Park Ave., Corvallis, a daughter, July 3. ELLIOTT To Virginia and Gilbert Elliott, 4880 Reservoir Road, Corvallis, a daughter, July 3. RUDDIMAN To Maria and Robert Ruddlman, 34182 Colorado Lake Drive, Corvallis, a son, July 4. JOHNSON To Terresa and William Johnson, 309 NW 10th, Philomath, a daughter, July 4. REID To Linda and Bradley Reid, 6930 Appaloosa, Corvallis, a daughter, July 4. TELLERIA To Penny and Hugh Telleria, 5980 Smoketree Drive SE, Salem, a son, July 5. ORTEGA To Cheryl Ortega, 25834 Lakin Road, Monroe, a daughter, July 5. NORTON To Cynthia and Larry Norton, 619 SE 38th St., Albany, a daughter, July 5. YADA To Cynthia and Kenneth Yada, 607 SE Fifth, Newport, a son, July 6. WALTI To Michelle and Steven Waltl, 2393 NW Garryanna, Corvallis, a son, July 6. RICKERT To Babette and Ken Rickert, 7296 Highway 20, Corvallis, a son, July 6. Obituaries Alice J. Willis July 7, 191 5 -July 13, 1989 McMinnville - Alice J. Willis, 74, died Thursday in Dexter. She was born and raised in Amity and came to McMinnville in 1947. She had worked in the Yamhill County Assessor's office for 44 years, retiring in 1980 as deputy assessor. She was a member of McMinnville United Methodist Church. Her husband, Robert Willis, died in 1977. She is survived by her brothers, Donald Schaeffer of Dundee and Robert Schaeffer. Services will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Macy & Son mortuary, with private family entombment in Evergreen Memorial Park Mausoleum. Contributions may be made to the church. SJ, 71689 Allie May Dye March 18, 1920 July 12, 1989 PORTLAND - Allie May Dye, 69, a former Salem resident, died Wednesday in Portland. She was born in Hale, Mo., and had lived in Tillamook, Portland and Salem while working for the Bureau of Land Management. She is survived by her sister, Margie Hoffman of Gold Beach. Services were held on Saturday. Private entombment was in River View Abbey Mausoleum. Arrangements were by Gateway Little Chapel of the Chimes mortuary, Portland. Contributions may be made to the Kidney Association of Oregon. SJ, 71689 Gerald Paul Voth Aug. 3, 1943 July 15, 1989 Gerald Paul Voth, 45, of Salem died Saturday in Portland. He was born in Missoula, Mont., and came to Salem from San Diego, Calif., four years ago. He was a meal supervisor for Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Services. He was a Navy veteran and a member of St. Vincent Church. He is survived by his sons, Todd of Woodburn and Timothy of Salem; parents, Willard and Rose Voth of Mount Angel; brother, John of Kali-spell, Mont., and sister, Judy Ann Everard of Anchorage, Alaska. Visiting will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Recitation of the rosary will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the mortuary. Mass will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the church, with vault interment in Calvary Cemetery, Mount Angel. Contributions may be made to Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Services' emergency fund. SJ, 71 689 I r de Paul Catholic Enid F. Bolton Nov. 5, 1904 July 15, 1989 WOODBURN Enid F. Bolton, 84, died Saturday in Salem. She was born in The Dalles and lived there until coming to Woodburn in 1983. She retired in 1970 after many years of teaching at The Dalles High School. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and Order of Eastern Star. She is survived by her sisters, Hazel Miller of Woodburn and Veda Sexton of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Smith-Callaway mortuary, The Dalles, with interment in The Dalles Odd Fellows Cemetery. Local arrangements are by Cornwell mortuary, Woodburn. Contributions may be made to Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, Portland. SJ, 71689 Harold R. Erland Feb. 21,1920 July 15, 1989 PORTLAND - Harold Raymond Erland, 69, a former resident of north Marion County, died Saturday in Portland. Born in Hubbard, he was raised in the Molalla-Yoder area and had lived in the Portland area since 1945. He was an accountant. He married Barbara Lyda on April 21, 1946. He was a World War II Army veteran, and he enjoyed fishing and sports. He is survived by his wife; sons, Steve R. of Port Orchard, Wash., and Alan S. and Duane A., both of Portland; daughter, Debra E. Drake of Milwaukie; brothers, Elmer of Portland, Walt of Aurora and George of Tigard; and sister, Norma Livesay of Portland. Services will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Lincoln-Willamette mortuary, Portland, with interment in Willamette National Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice. SJ, 71689 Clarence H. Aamoth Dec. 13, 1905 July 14, 1989 TANGENT Clarence Henry Aamoth, 83, died Friday in Albany. He was born in Forest City, Iowa, and moved to Portland in 1938. He worked as a machinist for Georgia Pacific in Siletz for 16 years, and later worked at Wah Chang in Albany, retiring as a foreman in 1971. He married Edna Pense in 1942 in Vancouver, Wash. He enjoyed reading and collecting and making guns, and he was a member of the National Rifle Association. He is survived by his wife; daughters, Carol Moore of Shedd and Linda Navage of Bainbridge Island, Wash.; and son, Lyle Sargent of Salem. Graveside services will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Willamette Memorial Park. Visiting will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Fisher mortuary. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, in care of the mortuary. SJ, 71689 Rose Evelyn Bonacker April 28,1901 July 14, 1989 WOODBURN Services for Rose Evelyn Bonacker, 88, who died Friday, will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Corn-well mortuary, with entombment in Belle Passi Mausoleum. She was born in Wesley, Iowa, and came to Woodbum from Titonka, Iowa, in 1942. She married Amos Bonacker on Sept. 17, 1921, in Titonka. He died in 1979. She was a member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church and the American Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by her sons, Gerald N. of Tigard, Beryl A. of Eugene, Daniel E. of Salem and Marlyn R. of Fort Myers, Fla.; daughter, Judith A. Luck-ey of Aloha; brothers, Curtis Nelson of Woodburn and Harlan Nelson of Winchester Bay; and sisters, Myrtle Smith and Floris Lindberg, both of Wood-burn, and Pauline Salberg of King City. SJ, 71689 Garold F. Steele Oct. 23, 1915 July 14, 1989 SILVERTON - Garold F. Steele, 73, died Friday in Silverton. He was born in Jamestown, N.D., and came to Silverton in 1943. He was a retired truck driver. He is survived by his wife, Pearl, whom he married on Oct. 9, 1935, in Wisconsin; daughters, Frances Moore and Fern Richards, both of Salem, Caroline Tittsworth and Geri Rock, both of Silverton, Faye Stutes of Grangeville, Idaho, Jeanne Satterlee of Eugene and Judy Pageler of Corvallis; brother, Robert of La Crosse, Wis., and sisters, Maudie Bankston of Aumsville, Vida M. Carlson of San Jose, Calif., Irma Knothe of La Crosse and Melba Goode of Onalaska, Wis. At his request, no services will be held. Unger mortuary of Silverton is handling arrangements. SJ, 71689 Harlie F. 'Frank' Green Elmer F. Stonehouse May 6, 1923 July 14, 1989 CORVALLIS - Harlie Franklin "Frank" Green, 66, died Friday in Corvallis. He was born and raised in Davidson County, N.C. He worked in the laundry and dry-cleaning business for many years, including more than 10 years as a supply salesman. He then worked for the Oregon State University maintenance department for 15 years, retiring in 1986. He was an Army veteran, and he enjoyed fishing. He is survived by his wife, Helen; son, Jim of Gastonia, N.C; daughter, Melodie Frederick of Winston-Salem, N.C; sister, Grace Smith of Marys-ville, Wash.; brothers, Howard of Tho-masville, N.C, and Bob of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; and eight stepchildren. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday at McHenry mortuary. Inurnment will be in North Carolina. Visiting will be from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday at the mortuary. Contributions may be made to Good Samaritan Hospital's Cancer Research Fund, in care of the mortuary. SJ, 71689 Clara Helen Fortmiller July 20,1906 July 15, 1989 Clara Helen Fortmiller, 82, of Salem died Saturday in Salem. She was born in Osseo, Wis., and lived in St. Paul, Minn., for many years, where she worked as a registered nurse. She came to Salem in 1933 and worked as a nurse for her husband's general practice and as a homemaker. She married Dr. Edward V. Fortmiller on March 18, 1933, in St. Paul, Minn. He died in 1978. She is survived by her sons, Richard of Monroe and James of Portland; daughters, Judy Fortmiller of Corvallis and Karen Flint of Portland; brothers, Gordon Severson of Anchorage, Alaska, Stanley Severson of Springfield, Mo., and Laurence Severson of Osseo; and sisters, Selma Olson of Osseo and Mathilda Hudrlik of Owa-tonna, Minn. Services will begin at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Howell-Edwards-Doerk-sen mortuary, with interment in City View Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, P.O. Box 115, Portland 97207-0115. SJ, 71689 William H. 'Stubby' Mills May 8,1912 July 14, 1989 William Howard "Stubby" Mills, 77, of Salem died Friday in Salem. He was born in Centralia, Wash., and came to Salem 70 years ago. He was a retired routeman for Ferguson-Paulus Enterprises. He also was a bandleader for 60 years, playing throughout the Willamette Valley and as far away as Palm Springs, Calif. He married Viola E. Buckingham on July 24, 1946, in Salem. He was a member of Knight Memorial Congregational Church, and he enjoyed bowling and golf. He is survived by his wife; son, Randy H. of Salem; daughters, Sandy J. Kollas of Vancouver, Wash., and Mikie L. Ong of Carlton; and sisters, Delores Gribble of Salem and Crystal Rose of Portland. Memorial services will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Interment will be private. Restlawn mortuary is handling arrangements. Contributions may be made to Doernbecher Children's Hospital, Portland. SJ, 71689 Edith E. Priem Sept. 2,1903 July 12, 1989 Graveside services for Edith E. Priem, 85, of Salem, who died Wednesday, will begin at 2 p.m. Monday in Belcrest Memorial Park. She is survived by her daughter, Thelma Chase of Walla Walla, Wash.; stepson, Carl W. Priem of Florence; and sisters, Merta Rogers and Lena Harris, both of California. Virgil T. Golden mortuary is handling arrangements. SJ, 71689 March 25, 1908 July 14, 1989 ALBANY Elmer F. Stonehouse, 81, died Friday in Albany. He was born in Spearville, Kan. He traveled to China and the Philippines while serving in the Navy, then worked for Boeing in Wichita, Kan., during World War II. After the war he worked for 23 years as a machine operator for Rock Island Railroad in Kansas, retiring in 1973. He came to Lebanon in 1974 and to Albany in 1982. He married Bernice Miller on June 15, 1941, in Fowler, Kan. He attended First Assembly of God Church, where he was active in the senior citizens group. He enjoyed sports and fishing. He is survived by his wife; sons, David of Albany, Richard of Portland and Bob of Oregon City; and daughter, Zora Bostian of Vancouver, Wash. Memorial services will begin at 2 p.m. Monday in the church's Joe Lack Chapel. Contributions may be made to the church's hearing-impaired equipment fund, in care of Fisher mortuary. SJ, 71689 Duane B. Warr Oct 7, 1931 July 13, 1989 McMINNVILLE - Memorial services for Duane B. Warr, 57, who died Thursday, will begin at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, McMinnville Stake Center. He was born in Oakley, Idaho, and was raised in Jerome, Idaho. He graduated from Utah State University and University of Oregon Dental School, then moved to McMinnville and maintained a dental practice until retiring earlier this year. He was a member and past president of the McMinnville Lions Club and Oregon Gold Foil Academy. He is survived by his wife, Doris of McMinnville; mother, Annetta Ludy of Apache Junction, Ariz.; sons, Carter of Portola Valley, Calif., and Kevin of San Francisco; daughter, Alison Warr of Corvallis; and brother, Winston of Bellevue, Wash. Private interment will be in Jerome, Idaho. Contributions may be made to the Lions Eye Bank, in care of Macy & Son mortuary, McMinnville. SJ, 71689 Geraldine Yielding Oct. 19, 1932 July 14, 1989 RIDGEFIELD, Wash. - Geraldine Yielding, 56, a former Silverton resident, died Friday in Vancouver, Wash. Arrangements are pending at Unger mortuary, Silverton. SJ, 71689 Ronald A. McKinley May 4,1910 July 15,1989 SCOTTS MILLS - Ronald A. McKinley, 79, died Saturday in Scotts Mills. Arrangements are pending at Unger mortuary, Silverton. SJ, 71689 George Rose Jr. Aug. 11,1903 July 13, 1989 George Rose Jr., 85, of Salem died Thursday in Salem. He came to Salem from Oceanside, Calif., eight months ago. He was a retired mechanical engineer and a member of the Odd Fellows. Survivors include his sons, George C. of Salem and Robert J. of Lorane. At the deceased's request, no services will be held. Interment will be private. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary. SJ, 71689 Deaths Elsewhere Sylvia Tracy Nesuhi Ertegun NEW YORK - Nesuhi Ertegun, who for 50 years brought jazz to the public through records, radio and jam sessions, died Saturday of complications following a cancer operation at age 71. Ertegun joined his brother Ahmet Ertegun's company, Atlantic Records, as head of the LP and Jazz divisions in 1954, signing and producing such acts as the Modern Jazz Quartet, John Coltrane, Thelonius Monk and Charlie Mingus. He also signed Roberta Flack to Atlantic and produced recordings with Ray Charles, Bobby Darin and The Drifters. In 1971 he started WEA International, which distributes outside the United States all music products of Warner Brothers Records, Atlantic Records, Elektra Records and MCA Records. He retired in 1987. He was first president of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which oversees the annual Grammy awards, and led the International Federation of Phonographic Industries. Ertegun came to the United States in 1939 with his father, M. Munir Ertegun, who was the Turkish ambassador in Washington. He held weekly jam sessions at the Turkish Embassy, which were attended by such artists as Lester Young, Teddy Wilson and Sidney Bechet. Ertegun also served as musical collaborator on radio programs produced by Orson Welles, and was responsible for the inclusion of Jimmy Noon's New Orleans music on Welles' shows. Funerals Today KNAPP, Fredrica A., 74, Salem, 3 p.m., Salemtowne Hall. I , rnMMIM, Friends ask us... Tom, What is the correct and proper way to acknowledge expressions of sympathy received by a family when death occurs? Without question, the most intimate method of saying "Thank You" is a personal letter of thanks. Today, however, because of the many and varied ways people have of expressing sympathy, the number of acknowledgements could often mount into the hundreds. The greeting card type of condolence, notes of sympathy and telegrams, do not require a personalized acknowledgement. Flowers, masses, memorial donations to charity, and other per- Tom P. Golden sonal acts of service and kindness do require recognition. We furnish acknowledgement cards to those we serve and suggest they be personalized with just a few words of written thanks. This brief message lends a personal touch and conveys the feeling of gratitude experienced by these acts of thoughtfulness. Virgil T. TGOLDEN Funeral Services 605 Commercial SE at Oak across from the Library ADVFRTIRFMFNT cor Sept. 9,1907 July 15, 1989 Sylvia Tracy, 81, of Salem died Saturday in Mount Angel. Arrangements are pending at Unger mortuary, Mount Angel. SJ.71689 FUNERAL MEMORIAL INFORMATION Funeral Notices Edith E. Priem Graveside services, Monday, 2 p.m., Belcrest Memorial Park. Survivors include: dau(hter, Thelma Chase, Walla Walla, Wash.; stepson, Carl W. Priem, Florence; sisters, Merta Rogers and Lena Harris, both of California; 4 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; 4 step-grandchildren. Arrangements are by VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Coml SE at Oak Fredrica A. Knapp Memorial services, 3:00 p.m. today, SalemTowne Hall. Private family interment, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland. Contributions, Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice, PO Bo 2292, Salem, Oregon 97308. VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL. 605 Cum'l SE. at Oak Tbil Space (or la Meaorlaa and Card o( Thanks. To PuchaM Call 399-6788. Funeral Notices Glenn Norman O'Malley Thursday, July 13, in Salem. Graveside services, Tuesday, July 18, 1989, 2:00 p.m., Willamette Nat'l Cemetery, Portland. Visiting, today, 1 to 5 p.m., Monday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Tuesday, 9 u 1 1 a.m., HOWELL-EDWARDSDOERKSEN CHAPEL of the GARDENS, 1350 Com'l SE. Survivors include: wife, Mosezell "Mo," Salem; son, Michael l,ee, Keizer; daughters, Shelley O'Malley and Keiley O'Malley, both of Salem; 6 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Contributions, Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice. Eva M. Sandifer Graveside services, Monday, July 17, 1989, 11:00 a.m., Bel-crest Memorial Park. Visiting, today, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Survivors include: son, Marvin Dickson, Sacramento, Calif.; sister, Pearl E. Gardner, Salem; brother, Jim A. Wiltsey, Salem; 2 grandchildren; 1 greatgrandchild. Funeral Notices George Rose Jr. No services; private interment. Survivors include: sons, George C, Salem, Robert J., Lorane; 12 grandchildren; 12 great -grandchildren. Arrangements by VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Soren Erick Sorenaen - Graveside services, Monday, 4 pm Restlawn Memory Gardens. VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE. at Oak Funeral pirt;tor RIGDON-RANSOM COLONIAL CHAPEL 299 Cottage NE 363-3173 Barrick Funeral Home 205 Church Street, SE 363-9139 Restlawn Funeral Home 201 Oak Grove Rd NW 585-1373 KEIZER CHAPEL 4365 River Road N, Keizer 393-6666

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