Location: Sanger Oregon

Foster, (Son) – Obituary

A Sad Affliction Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Foster, living at Sanger, sent their two children a girl about 10 years and a boy about 7 yeras of age to live with their grandmother at Ontariio, for the purpose of going to school. On Saturday the children were at Washo in Idaho, and the boy was out playing with two others about the same age and in the evening he was missing. Inquiring of the other two boys of his whereabouts, they said they did not know but supposed he had got lost in a field where they had gone to look after some stock. They brought in his overcoat but could give no account of him. Search was made by the neighbors all that evening and they cut away the ice in an irrigation ditch as long as the moon gave them light, but it became so dark that it was useless to work longer until daylight. In the meantime the other two boys were closely questioned and they persisted in declaring that they did not know what had become of him. About nine o’clock Sunday morning one of the boys finally told the true story and showed where the little fellow went under the ice and upon searching, his body was soon found. It is hard to explain why the boys so long refused to tell of his...

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Rowan, Norman Juaquin – Obituary

Death Summons Norman Rowan Graduate of Oregon State College Here Since 1922 Norman J. Rowan died September 6 at 10 o’clock at his home on Colorado street. Norman Juaquin Rowan was born at Inwood, Indiana November 14, 1869 and came to Oregon with his parents when he was six years old, settling at Pleasant Hill. He was graduated from Oregon State College in 1893. Mr. Rowan married Caroline Sturgill in 1900 at Sanger, Oregon and lived in Baker county until his death. He moved to Baker in 1922. He is survived by his widow Mrs. Caroline Rowan; a daughter, Mrs. Oscar McDaniel of Ontario; two sons, Jay C. of Payette and Virgil N. of Baker; a sister, Mrs. Minnie V. Calkins of Springfield, Oregon; two brothers, Robert A. and George E. Carr of Western Oregon, and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Baker Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock with Rev. W. H. LeMasters of the Baptist church officiating. The body will be taken to Union for burial. Source: Baker Democrat Herald, Baker City, Oregon, September 7, 1937 page 1 Contributed by: Sue...

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