Entered into rest April 7, 1998 in Spokane, WA, her home for the past 31 years. She is survived by her son, Leith D. Hagen of Coeur d’Alene, ID; her daughter, Vonnie Hagen Dynes of Spokane; grandchildren, Angela G. Garner of Spokane, Ken McLennan of Vancouver, BC, Chad C. Hagen of Seattle, Joel D. McLennan
Mrs. Hazel Cooke, wife of Jay Cooke of the Colockum died in Spokane, Tuesday, March 13, at 2 o’clock. Mrs. Cook has been in poor health for sometime and was in Spokane with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Perry in the hopes of benefiting her condition. The body will be brought to Wenatchee Friday. Funeral arrangements
James Bowman Passed Away In His Cheney Home. Father Of Twenty-One Children, Thrice Married, A Dweller In Pennsylvania, In Virginia, In Kansas, And In Washington-Sister And Four Brothers Living. Cheney, Wash., Jan. 31-James Bowman died at his home in this city at 1:30 yesterday afternoon of pneumonia, at the age of 94 years 2 months
Charles H. Hart, 76, veteran Spokane apartment house owner, died at a hospital here [August 24, 1950] yesterday. He was a farmer in the Thornton area at the turn of the century. He later moved to Colfax for a short time and came to Spokane in 1925. He lived in the Hart Apartments, W1621 Sixth.
Passed away May 28, 1975 in Fairfield, Wa. his home, Fairfield, Wa., where he had resided 65 years. Survived by two sons, Lee Folkins, Spokane, Wa., Kent Folkins, McMinnville, Ore., one daughter, Mrs. Mary Kay Amick, Albany, Ore.; two brothers, Bert Folkins, Soquel, Calif., Clarence Folkins, Spokane, Wa., one sister, Mrs. Gladys Hildebrand, Santa Ana.
Bilyeu, Evelyn H. passed away May 7, 1984 in Spokane. Her home, Spokane, WA. Mother of Mrs. Byron (Sandra) Salsby, Newburgh MY; grandmother of Camille Montenguise, Newburo, NY, Kris Salsby, Kent Salsby, both of New York; great granddaughter of Lisa Montenguise, NY; sister of Hilda Olson, Spokane, WA, Ed Nelson, Salem, OR; numerous nieces and
Bilyeu, George Henry passed away in Spokane, July 6. His home was Tekoa. Survived by 1 son, Roy Bilyeu, Spokane; 1 sister, Mrs. Ed Lauritzen, Tekoa; 1 brother, Ed Bilyeu, Tekoa; 1 granddaughter. Funeral arrangements in care Kimball Funeral Home, Tekoa, Wash. Spokesman Review, July 8, 1954 Contributed by: Shelli Steedman
It is with pleasure that we essay the task of epitomizing the salient points in the interesting career of the estimable and enterprising gentleman whose name is at the head of this article, and it is very fitting that such be granted space in the history of Malheur County, since he has labored here for
One of the earliest pioneers of this region of the country, a man whose life has always been dominated by wisdom prudence and upright principles,. having ever manifested also stanch virtues and a reliability that are becoming a good citizen and faithful man, the subject of this article is vie of the leading men of
H. W. STRATTON, the subject of this sketch, after a number of years spent in business in Ohio, was ordained to the ministry in 1866 over the same church of which his father had been pastor nearly a quarter of a century. Soon afterwards he began preaching in Kansas, continuing five years, and in 1871