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Page 2B MILESTONES Statesman Journal, Salem, Saturday, June 30, 1990 Anniversaries Obituaries Agnes Nielsen Jensen George E. Overacker May 26, 1925 June 27, 1990 Gerald and JoAnna Prunk Gerald and JoAnna Prunk of Jefferson are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary at a recep Sept. 22, 1903 June 28, 1990 Hugh and Edna Hersom S. Hugh and Edna Hersom of Crabtree will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at a reception tion trom 6:30 to 8:30 tonight at the Keizer Elks Lodge. Friends and relatives are invited.
The hosts of the celebration will be their children. Gerald Prunk and JoAnna Ralle were married July 2, 1960, in Salem. He is a firefighter trom p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Albany Senior Center.
They request no gifts. Friends and relatives are invited. The hosts of the celebration will be their family. S. Hugh Hersom and Edna Truax were married Sept.
9, 1930, in Fonda, Iowa. He in retired frnm A v. tv i for the city of Salem. She Gerald and JoAnna Prunk is a homemaker. Their family includes Forrest and Julie Grizzel and Joe and Carrie Prunk, all of Jefferson, Jeff and Da-lana Prunk of Albany, and four grandchildren.
Sixten and Evelyn Olson Sixten E. and Evelyn J. Olson of Garibaldi will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at a reception the plywood industry, and Edna and Huh Her80m she is retired from Stayton Cannery. He was a member of the Oddfellows, and she was a member of Re-bekah Lodge. They are both active in Good Sam's and the Crabtree Senior Citizens group.
Their family includes James D. and Cheryl Hersom of Albany, and four grandchildren. Leslie and Opal Carson Leslie and Opal Carson of Stayton will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reaffirmation trom 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Pringle Community Hall in Salem. They request no gifts.
Friends and relatives are invited. The hosts of the celebration will be their children. Sixten E. Olson and Evelyn J. Peterson were married July 1, 1940, in NT).
He in a re. of their vows and reception at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First Christian Church, 685 Marion St. NE, Salem. They request no gifts.
Friends and relatives are invited. The hosts of the celebration will be their children and grandchildren. Leslie Carson and Opal krsr Donna Elizabeth Cross Sept. 8, 1903 June 28,1990 LEBANON Donna Elizabeth Cross, 86, died Thursday in Lebanon. She was born in Brownsville.
She lived in Halsey almost all her life, moving to Lebanon in 1980. She taught piano for 65 years. She was a member of the Halsey Christian Church since 1915. She married Jesse O. Cross on March 2, 1924, in Halsey; he died in 1961.
Survivors include her son, Bart of Lebanon; brother, Wayne Robertson of Lebanon; and three grandchildren. Services will begin at 11 a.m. Monday in Huston mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Lebanon Community Hospital. SJ, 63090 Beatrice Laura Falk June 20, 1 901 June 29, 1 990 STAYTON Beatrice Laura Falk, 89, died Friday in Eugene.
She was born and raised in Clark County, Wis. She was a resident of San Diego, for 40 years, moving to Lebanon in the 1960s. In 1985 she returned to San Diego. She came to Stayton three weeks ago. She had been a teacher and a hairdresser.
She retired from the Broadway Department Store in San Diego during the 1960s. She was. a member of the Lebanon Assembly of God Church. She enjoyed scrap books and gardening. She married Arthur W.
Falk on June 13, 1923, in Loyal, he died in 1980. Survivors include her daughters, Shirley Smith of Stayton and LaVada Orcutt of LaMesa, brother, Paul Snyder of Eugene; sisters, Innis Stevens and Ruth Schlinsog, both of Wisconsin; 39 grandchildren; 28 greatgrandchildren; and 12 great-greatgrandchildren. Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Monday in Lebanon Odd Fellow-s Cemetery. Arrangements are by Huston mortuary, Lebanon.
SJ, 63090 Bonnie June Lutz Sept. 9, 1962 June 24, 1990 TOLEDO Bonnie June Lutz, 27, died Sunday in Toledo. She was born in Salem. She was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Newport. Survivors include her husband, Anthony Lutz of Kingman, parents, Lois G.
Long of Portland and Dallas D. Hurd of Seal Rock; great-grandmothers, Mabel Hurd of Watson, and Jean E. Davenport of Salem; brothers, Jesse F. Logan of Kingman, Josh C. Logan of Gilmer, Texas, Dallas D.
Hurd II of Corvallis, and Daniel R. Hurd of Toledo; and sisters, Judy L. Wheeler and Jenifer J. Olson, both of Toledo, Brenda G. Meyers of Portland, and Audry J.
Hurd of Del Mar, Calif. Services were held Friday in the church. Arrangements were by Bate-man mortuary, Newport. SJ, 63090 SILVERTON Memorial services for George E. Overacker, 65, who died Wednesday, will begin at 10 a.m.
Tuesday in the chapel at Miller Cemetery, with interment in the cemetery. He was born in Alameda, and came to Silverton one year ago. He was a retired engineer in commercial construction. He is survived by his wife, Carol; sons, Timothy of Silverton and Mark of Benicia, daughter, Cynthia Overacker of Silverton; brothers, John of Danville, and Henry of Columbia, sister, Helen Helsing of Reno, and three grandchildren. Contributions may be made to Kids With New Hope.
SJ, 63090 Emilie E. Rickard March 27, 1 925 June 28, 1 990 SILVERTON Emilie E. Rickard, 65, died Thursday in Silverton. She was born in Jordan, N.M., and came to Silverton in 1945. She was a homemaker.
She married David Rickard on Aug. 5, 1941, in Las Vegas, Nev. She was a member of Salem First Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include her husband; sons, Kenneth of Silverton and Carol L. of Orange, daughter, Denice of Condon; brother, Raymond Lee of Visalia, sisters, Ophilia and Elizabeth, both of Tulsa, foster daughter, Lynn White of Portland; foster sons, Bryon White and Darreil White, both of Salem, and Steve White of Seattle; 11 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
I Services will begin at 2 p.m. Morf-day at Unger mortuary, Silverton. Interment will be in Bethany Cemetery. SJ, 63090 Opal Louise Morley May 22, 1900 June 28, 1990 Opal Louise Morley, 90, of Salem died Thursday. Services are pending at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary.
SJ, 63090 Frederick Nathan Grumbo Sr. Dec. 1 2, 1 91 7 June 28, 1 990 STAYTON Frederick Nathan Grumbo 72, died Thursday in Salem. He was born in Bathgate, N.D. He served in the Army during World War II and worked for the Stayton Canning Co.
for 13 years until retiring. He married Florence Wolfgram on Nov. 24, 1945, in Cavalier, N.D. In 1946, he moved to Oregon. He lived in Lebanon for 26 years until moving to Stayton in November.
He enjoyed gardening. Survivors include his wife; sons, John, Richard and Larry, all of Stay-ton, and Frederick Jr. of Scio; daughter, Joanne Grumbo of Stayton; brothers, Warren Bourassa and Douglas Bourassa, both of Minnesota; 16 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Monday in Weddle mortuary.
Interment will be in Lone Oak Cemetery. SJ, 63090 Agnes Nielsen Jensen, 86, of Salem died Thursday in Independence. She was born in Blair, Neb, A registered nurse, she was secretary and school nurse at Dana College in Blair for many years, retiring in 1964. She moved to Hood River in 1964 and came to Salem in 1988. She was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, and she enjoyed reading and crossword puzzles.
She married Alfred R. Jensen on Dec. 10, 1933, in Oaks, he died in 1988. She is survived by her sons, Richard of Monmouth and Jerome of Salem; brother, Marcus Beck of Blair, sister, Laura Nyegaard of Eugene; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Memorial services will begin at 11 a.m.
Tuesday at the church. Graveside services will begin at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Pine Grove Cemetery, Hood River. Arrangements are by Farnstrom mortuary, Independence. Contributions may be made to Dana College, Blair, Neb.
68008. SJ, 63090 Rosa Webb Anderson March 13, 1902 June 28, 1990 MADRAS Services for Rosa Webb Anderson, 88, who died Thursday in Madras, will begin at 11 a.m. Monday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem. Visiting will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
today and from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the mortuary. SJ, 63090 Benjamin Richard Schneider March 26, 1922 June 25, 1990 Benjamin Richard Schneider, 68, of Salem died Monday in San Antonio, Texas. He was born in Hillsview, S.D. He was a World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veteran in the Air Force; he retired in 1975 after 28 years of service.
He worked for First Interstate Bank and was a member of the Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife, Lucille; daughter, Linda Edwards of Vancouver, son, Richard of Salem; brothers, Adam of Grandview, and Joseph of Selah, sisters, Maggie Kern of Pierce, Barbara Heauser of Portland, and Pauline Moser of Pollock, S.D.; and eight grandchildren. Services will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Graveside services with full military honors will begin at 2 p.m.
Tuesday in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland. SJ, 63090 Mark A. Getzendaner Jr. Oct. 16, 191 8 June 28,1990 SEATTLE Mark A.
Getzendaner 71, died Thursday in Seattle. He was born in Princeton, Iowa, and was raised in Davenport, Iowa. He was an attorney for the U.S. government and served as general counsel for the Alaskan Communications System in Seattle. He was a World War II Army veteran.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Johnson of Seattle; daughters, Heidi Baker of Lake Oswego and Karol Kay Getzendanner-Teadtke of Vancouver, son, Mark A. Ill of Everett, sister, Martha Mann of Bend; brother, the Rev. David. C. Getzen-danner of Salem; and two grandchildren.
Services will begin at 2 p.m. today in Barrick mortuary, Salem. Interment will be in City View Cemetery, Salem. SJ, 63090 tired precision grind- Evelyn and Sixten Olson er machinist, and she is a retired nurse's aide. They are both active in Salem Heights Church.
Their family includes Sheldon and Linda Olson, and Sixten Jr. and Elaine Olson, all of San Ramon, Bonnie and Bruce Boettcher of Roseburg; Dennis and Nann Olson, Ruth Olson and Donald Olson, all of Salem; David and Terrie Olson of Lodi, Irvin and Leota Olson of Corvallis; 19 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. David and Patricia Mock David J. and Patricia A. Mock of Salem will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary at a family gathering on Sunday.
David J. Mock and Patricia Anne Cleary were married July 2, 1960, in Salem. He is retired from the Navy and the U.S. Post Office. She is a health records information technician.
He is active in a ham radio operator's club, and she is active in the Cheme-keta Community College chapter of HOSA and St. Mary's Church. Their family includes Lorene Mock of Salem, Linda and Larry Miller of Bakersfield, Larry and Marlena Mock, and Daniel Mock, all of Salem, Lisa and Ray Flaiz, and Lois and Brent DeBro-bander, all of Scott Air Force Base, and three grandchildren. Yates were married June Opal and Leslie Carson 29, 1940, in Salem. He is a retired optometrist, and she is a retired optometric assistant.
He is a life member of the Willamette District and American Optometric Associations and a member of the Stay-ton Lion's Club. She is a member of the Lyon's Garden Club. They are both members of the First Christian Church in Salem. Their family includes Carol and Dr. Bill Miller of Medford, Daryl Carson of Portland, Don and Susan Carson of New York City; four grandchildren, five step-grandchildren and nine 8tp-great-grandchil-dren.
Robert and Alice Haugen Robert and Alice Haugen of Salem celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary recently at a family reunion dinner in their home. Alice Locken and Bob Haugen were married June 17, 1950, in Salem. Their family includes Jackie of Salem, Neil and Miriam Haugen of Monmouth, and two Engagements Rae Greenup Jensen Tooze Tanya Marie Keppinger Jensen and Kenneth Winton Tooze, both of Salem are engaged to be mar Susan Rae and David W. Greenup, both of Salem, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Rae of Salem. She is a graduate of Amity High School and Oregon State University. She is employed at Siltec Corporation. Her fiance is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Greenup of Woodburn. He is a graduate of Wood-burn High School and is employed at Milgard Manufacturing. A November wedding is planned. McMullen Duff Kathleen L.
McMullen and Sean Ashton Duff, both of Fort Collins, are engaged to be mar ried, ine wedding is today. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Cicily C. Jensen of Salem and Rick K. Keppinger of Salem. She is a graduate of North Salem High School.
Her fiance is the son of Carolyn Tooze of Salem and the late James B. Tooze. He is a graduate of North Salem High School and Chemeketa Commu Kenneth Tooze and Tanya Jensen Death Elsewhere Richard English NEW ORLEANS Richard Walter English, a decorated World War II veteran who worked for three decades to have his all-black battalion become the first honored by a U.S. president, died Tuesday of natural causes at age 81. English fought throughout Europe with the 761st Tank Battalion, one of the few black units to see combat in World War II.
Of the more than 400 battalion members, 276 including English received Purple Hearts. ried. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Polly McMullen of Grand Junction, and the late Samuel McMullen. She is a graduate of Mesa State College and is assistant news editor at The Co-loradoan newspaper. Her fiance, formerly of Salem, is the son of James and Joan Duff of Morgan Hill, Calif.
He is Clarice C. Goldsmith Aug. 5,1925 June 29, 1990 Clarice C. Goldsmith, 64, of Salem died Friday in Salem. Services are pending at Virgil T.
Golden mortuary. SJ, 63090 lona 'Tynne' McGlynn Kenney Dec. 18, 1911 June 28,1990 NEWPORT lona "Tynne" McGlynn Kenney, 78, died Thursday in Newport. She was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She owned the Seven Seas Gift Shop and resided in Newport for the past 25 years.
Survivors include her friend, Sharon Gaumer of South Beach. At her request, there will be no services. Arrangements are by Bateman mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Central Coast Humane Societv. SJ, 63090 Andrew J.
Helbert Jr. Feb. 5, 1918 June 28, 1990 Andrew J. Helbert 72, of Salem died Thursday in Salem Hospital. He was born and raised in Portland.
He had worked at Southern Pacific Railroad since he was 16 years old, retiring in 1968. He enjoyed fishing and his pet bird. He was a member of Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Survivors include his brother, Kenneth of Portland; and sisters, Dorothy Mize and Marjorie Lichty, both of Aumsville. Graveside services will begin at 11 this moming in Belcrest Memorial Park.
Arrangements are by Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, Mid-Valley Chapter. SJ, 63090 nity College. He is employed at Tooze Construction. Today's wedding is in St.
Paul's Episcopal Church. Klinepier Greenwood Mary Lynn Klinepier and James Dean Greenwood, both of Salem are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of John K. Klinepier of Albany and the late RoseMary Klinepier. She is a graduate of Central High School and is a policy service clerk for State Farm Insurance.
Her fiance is the son of Virgil Greenwood of Wil-lits, and Frances M. Scharper of Lakeport, Calif. He is a graduate of Willits Union High School and Riverside City College. He is a salesman. A Sept.
1 wedding in St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church is planned. Kathleen McMullen and Sean Duff a graduate of Willamette University and is sports editor at The Coloradoan. An Aug. 5 wedding in Avery House in Fort Collins is planned.
Humphreys Stimson Karen Joy Humphreys and Michael Lee Stimson, both of Corvallis, are engaged to be married. KOCH, Richard 46, Portland, formerly of Canby, 10:30 a.m., Everhart Kent mortuary, Canby. LUCAS, Abraham 88, Aumsville, 7 p.m., Stayton Seventh-day Adventist Church. MELIZA, Orba Rogers, 82, Newberg, 1 0:30 a.m., Attrell's Newberg mortuary. MILLARD, Wilhelmina Mary, 83, Jefferson, 2 p.m., Fisher mortuary, Albany ROBBINS, Doris 89, Salem, 12:30 p.m., Twin Oaks Cemetery, Turner.
WILL, Verle Howard, 60, Dallas, 11 a.m., Restlawn mortuary, Salem. WRIGLESWORTH, Pauline, 59, Newberg, 2 p.m., Church of God of Prophecy, Portland. Funerals Today BAIER, Gerhardt Fredric, 67, Corvallis, 11 a.m., McHenry mortuary, Corvallis. BODINE, Dorothy 90, Salem, 1 p.m., Labish Center Community Evangelical Church, Salem. DECKARD, John Perry, 66, Salem, 10 a.m., Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Salem.
GETZENDANER, Mark A. 71, Seattle, 2 p.m., Barrick mortuary, Salem. HELBERT, Andrew J. Salem, 11 a.m., Belcrest Memorial Park, Salem. McDaniel Gray The bnde-to-be is the daughter of Geraldine L.
Holt of Salem and Brian G. Humphreys of Salem. She is a graduate of South Salem High School and is a student in mechanical engineering at Oregon State University. Her fiance is the son of Gary W. and Janet R.
ADVFRTISFMFNT ft fl Births car FUNERAL MEMORIAL INFORMATION Funeral Notices Stimson of Eugene. He is a graduate of North Eugene High School and Michael Stimson and Karen Humphreys Funeral Notices Dorothy I. Bodine Services, Saturday, June 30, 1990, 1:00 p.m., Labish Center Community Evangelical Church. Interment, Riverside Memorial Park, Spokane, WA. Contributions, Dorothy Bodine Memorial Fund, co the church.
Arrangements by HOWELL-EDWARDS-DOERKSEN CHAPEL of the GARDENS, 1350Com1SE. OSU. He is a mechanical engineer. A Sept. 15 wedding in the First Baptist Church in Salem is planned.
Christiansen Dunn Jane Carmel Christiansen of Salem and Thomas Robert Dunn of Santa Rosa, are engaged to be Bethany Ann McDaniel and Kevin Gray, both of Eugene, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Dorthea A. and Ray C. Paul of Salem and Darrell and Sharon McDaniel of Yuba City, Calif. She is a graduate of McKay High School and Chemeketa Community College.
She is a secretary. Her fiance is the son of Wendell W. and Karen M. Gray of Eugene. He is a graduate of Churchill High School and Chemeketa.
He is a sales clerk. A March 1991 wedding in Eugene is planned. Herb VanKleeck Mary Catherine Herb and Steven Allen VanKleeck, both of Portland, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Joseph C. and Peggy E.
Herb of Albany. She is a graduate of Stay-ton High School and attended Western Oregon State College. She is a bank teller. Her fiance is the son of Leonard and Beverly VanKleeck of Salem. He is a graduate of South Salem High School and Mount Hood Community College.
He is employed at a radio station. A Jan. 5, 1991, wedding in The Grotto in Portland is planned. Hawkins Horner Jr. Heidi Louise Hawkins and Richard Matthew Horner both of Salem, are engaged to be married.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Charles E. and Glenda R. Hawkins of Tillamook. She is a graduate of South Salem High School and is a receptionist. Her fiance is the son of Richard M.
Horner Sr. of Central Point and Nancy J. Governor of Okay, Okla. He is a graduate of Crater High School and served in the Army. He is a radiologic technologist.
A Sept. 1 wedding in the First United Methodist Church is planned. D. Ruth Cole Services, Monday, 1:30 pm, VIRGIL GOLDEN CHAPEL Funeral Directors Restlawn Funeral Home 201 Oak Grove Rd NW 585-1373 RIGDON-RANSOM COLONIAL CHAPEL 299 Cottage NE 363-3173 Funeral Supplements Cremation Information Universal Memorial Society 4365 River Rd Keizer, OR 370-2928 DEATH INFORMATION A 24-hr recorded message. 371-1RB7 Salem Hospital DAOUD To Kelly and Fouad Daoud, 7081 Newman Portland, a son, June 28.
JOHNSON-LEACH To Rebecca Johnson and Danny Leach, 3171 Sandal Court NE, Salem, a daughter, June 27. LAY To Lonette Lay, 1775 Rialto Ave. Salem, a daughter, June 26. MACKEY-CRENSHAW To Noelle Mackey and Tim Crenshaw, 2816 Claxter Road NE, Salem, a son, June 28. PHILLIPS To Evelyn and Edward Phillips, 4064 Liberty Road Salem, a daughter, June 27.
TOWNSEND To Kimberly Town-send, Salem, a daughter, June 28. VU-NGUYEN To Sao Vu and Yeu Nguyen, 2548 Lee St. SE, Salem, a son, June 27. BARROWS To Jennifer and Thomas Barrows, 860 Hilltop Drive NW, Salem, a daughter, June 28. COLONA To Lynn Colona, 1233 Marilyn St.
SE, Salem, a son, June 26. DEHUT To Tamara Dehut, 4159 Campus Loop NE, Salem, twin daughters, June 28. EVANOFF To Cynthia and Robert Evanoff, 4095 Campbell St. SE, Salem, a son, June 29. Funeral Notices Clara Gertrude Bowlin Thursday, June 28, in Salem.
Survivors include: daughters, Margaret Steinmetz Elizabeth Wimberly, both of Brookings; Shirley Smith, Diana Batten, Sharon Miller, ail of Salem; sons, E. F. Bowlin, DMD, Bend; Robert Bowlin, PHD, Seattle, WA; Gary Bowlin, Tacoma, WA; Alan Bowlin, Whidbey Island, WA; sister, Helen Montgomery, Bushnell, NE; 34 grandchildren; 44 great grandchildren. Rosary, Monday, July 2, 1990, 7:30 p.m., Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Brookings. Mass, Tuesday, July 3, 1990, 10:00 a.m., at the church.
Interment, Ward Memorial Cemetery, Brookings. Contributions, Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice or American Cancer Society. Local arrangements by HOWELL-EDWARDS-DOERKSEN CHAPEL of the GARDENS, 1350 CflmlSE Dorig S. Robbina Graveside services, today, 12:30 pm, Twin Oak Cemetery, Turner. Memorial services, 2 pm, Marion Friends Church, Marion.
Visitation, today, 9-11 am VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL i John Perry Deckard Services, Saturday, June 30, 1990, 10:00 a.m., HOWELL-EDWARDS-DOERKSEN CHAPEL of the GARDENS, 1350 Com'l SE. Interment, Restlawn Memory Gardens. Contributions, Salvation Army or American Cancer Sncirtv married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Roy L.
and Shirley L. Christiansen of Salem. She is a graduate of St. Regis High School and Oregon Health Sciences University. She is a registered nurse.
Her fiance is the son of Robert and Diane Dunn of Santa Rosa. He is a Lots Monument graduate of Mark Morri Thomas Dunn and Jane Christiansen Walter Edward Neufeld Services, Mon. July 2, 1990, 2:00 p.m., Kingwood Bible Church. Interment, Belcrest Memorial Park. Visiting, Mon.
9 a.m. to noon, BARRICK FUNERAL HOME, 205 Church St. SE 12:30 to 1:45 p.m., at the church. Contributions, Gideons son High School and Ore 2 VIEW LOTS Belcrest Memorial Perk Sl250bnth 1-254 -342B Death Notices Fiaeral Notice. May Be Placed Here.
Call 399 (788. gon State University. He is employed in businessmarketing. A Nov. 24 wedding in St.
Paul's Episcopal Church is planned. 1.
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