Child of J. G. Wagner dies Enterprise, Oregon A son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wagner of Swamp Creek was buried in the Enterprise cemetery, Monday afternoon. He died Saturday evening of heart failure. The Aurora, November 22, 1895
Charles Wagner died at Camp No. 1 of The East Oregon Lumber Co., last Friday night and was buried in the Enterprise cemetery Sunday afternoon. The funeral was held under the auspices of the Moose lodge. All of his relatives were sick and the funeral party was composed of eight auto loads of Moose members.
Della Wagner Dies At Hospital Della C. Wagner, 82, resident of 1306 Fifth St., and a retired business woman, died at a local hospital Saturday. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Dempsey’s Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Keith Mills officiating. Burial will follow in Grandview cemetery. Born at Summerville July 28, 1878,
1st Class Private, Med. Dept.; of Davidson County; son of B. B. and Mrs. Lula P. Wagner. Entered service June 22, 1918, at Kansas City, Mo. Sent to Camp Pike, Ark., transferred to Ft. Oglehtorpe, Ga., then to Ft. McPherson, Ga. Mustered out at Camp Pike, Ark., Oct. 16, 1919.
Frederick J. Wagner, M. D. A resident of McFarland, Kansas, for about eight years, Doctor Wagner had found many responsibilities and pleasant relationships with that community, where he is a well known and capable physician, a druggist and present incumbent of the office of postmaster. Doctor Wagner is a native of Chicago, where he was
FOSTER, Lucinda C. Todd6, (Samuel Beach5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1, born Feb. 14, 1811, died July 3, 1873, married Nov. 4, 1830, Amos Foster who was of Fort Plain, N. Y., who was born April 11, 1804, died Jan. 31, 1874. Children: I. Sarah Emmeline, b. Nov. 19, 1831, m. Oct. 2, 1849, Chauncey Wagner;
A man whose perseverance, industry and business sagacity has been largely instrumental in the establishment of one of Rock Island’s largest industries was George Wagner, one of the founders of the Rock Island Brewing Company, a man in whom those potential elements that are essential in every successful career, seemed to center. George Wagner was
One of Rock Island’s native sons, a man upon whom devolves to a large extent the management and control of a great and growing industry, is the subject of this sketch, Robert Wagner, president of the Rock Island Brewing Company. He is the son of George Wagner, the story of whose life and rise in
George Wagner, whose home is near Beloit in Mitchell County, is one of the men who bore the heat and burden of the day in introducing civilization to this section, and when the many hardships and vicissitudes encountered by him and his fellows are recalled it seems that no reward in comfort and circumstances could