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Rev. Geo. H. Mitchell of the Enterprise Presbyterian church was at Lostine last Thursday, conducting the funeral of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Imlagh , recent arrivals there from the Willamette valley.
Enterprise Record Chieftain
Sept. 5, 1911
Transcribed by Charlotte Carper
Chet Ingram Killed Under Wheels of Logging Truck -
Marr Flat Mishap Fatal to Logger
Chester Ingram, 36, of Joseph was instantly killed about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday morning when a logging trailer ran over him during logging operations on Marr Flat. The truck which struck Ingram was driven by Wilbur Curry of Joseph. Curry reported that his truck had just been loaded at the jammer and Ingram was assisting him in tightening the chains and checking the load. While Curry was partly under the truck and Ingram was stepping behind the load, the truck started rolling slowly backward. One of the dual wheels of the trailer caught Ingram's foot and ran up his body. Curry dived into the truck to set the brakes but it was too late.
Chester Earl Ingram, son of Carl and Josephine Lockwood-Ingram, was born June 1, 1917 at Halfway, Oregon. On Dec. 8, 1952 he was married at Walla Walla to Helen Reece, who survives him. He was a veteran of world War II, a member of the Eagles Lodge, and of the Christian church of Grass Valley, Calif. He was a logger by occupation and had lived in Joseph for the past year, coming here from Grass Valley. Surviving, in addition to his wife and parents of Joseph, are one sister, Clara Ingram of Prairie City, Ore., one brother, Walter Ingram of Joseph, three sons, Jack, Lyle and Carl; and one daughter, Judy.
Funeral services will be held Friday, at 10:00 a.m. at the Enterprise Christian Church. Rev. Robert John will officiate. Burial will be in Pendleton, Friday afternoon with graveside services at 3:30 p.m.
Wallowa County Chieftain Sept. 17, 1953, Front Page.
This obituary donated by Michelle Drayton-Fisher
Helen Marie (Reece) Ingram
Graveside Funeral Services for Enterprise native
Helen M. Reece-Ingram of Athena were held at Olney cemetery in Pendleton Monday, April 4, 1988. Ingram, 59, died at home March 31. She was born July 27, 1928 at Enterprise to Lacy and Ruth Eaton-Reece. she grew up and attended schools in Enterprise before moving to Umatilla County in 1950. She married Walt Ingram on June 20, 1965. Survivors include sons, J.R. Warnock of Pendleton and Jack Ingram of Enterprise; a daughter, Sandy L. Warnock Machu of Joseph; brothers, Bill Reece of North Carolina, Dean and Wilbur Reece of Hermiston, and Larry Reece of Walla Walla; sisters Mary Jo Cantrell of Sumner, Wash., Margaret Fisher of Enterprise, Milly Garland of Walla Walla; and eight grandchildren. Her husband died in 1971. Memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice may be made through Bishop Funeral Chapel in Pendleton.
Wallowa County Chieftain April 7, 1988
This obituary donated by Michelle Drayton-Fisher
Mrs. Mittie Jacobs
Mrs. Mittie Jacobs died at her home in Wallowa, Tuesday morning Jany. 7th at the age of 45 years, 9 months and 3 days. Funeral services were held from the home by Rev. Jasper Bogue and interment made in the Wallowa cemtery. She leaves four children, Sousie Jacobs of Portland, Clifford Jacobs, Sweet Home, Ore., Ross and Oral Jacobs of Wallowa.
Wallowa County Reporter January 9, 1919
M. L. Johnson
M.L. Johnson, formerly a well known figure at Lostine, died in Los Angeles, California, on January 31st. He had been married about a week when operated on for appendicitis, dying the next day. Mr. Johnson was reputed to have been a wealthy man at one time but the money went easy as it came and died with his fortune all gone. He was a miner of ability and located many claims in Wallowa county. He leaves one child, Mrs. N.A. Winings of Parma, Idaho.
Wallowa County Reporter February 13, 1918
L. J. Jordan
L. J. Jordan died at his home in Logan, Utah, Sunday and was buried there on Tuesday. He was a resident of this vicinity for many years and has a host of friends here who regret his passing. Besides his wife he leaves five children. L. E. Jordan of this place was at his father's bedside when the end came.
Wallowa County Reporter Thursday March 27, 1919
Maurice Norman Juve
Maurice Norman Juve, 74, died at his home in Salem, 668 Salem Heights So., on July 10, 1980. He had spent his childhood in Enterprise and was a graduate of Enterprise High School.
He was born on July 14, 1905, in Nellsville, Wis.
A graduate of Oregon State University, he was employed by the Oregon State Highway Department for over 30 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of the Oregon Association of Civil Engineers.
Survivors include his wife, Maryemma; a daughter, A. Gayle Juve Nelson; a son Gordon Miller Juve; a step-son, Bob Julian Thruston; and five grandchildren. He is also survived by three brothers, Henrik, Arnold and Leo Juve, and one step-sister, Helen B. Lilly. Two brothers, Tad and Olaf, preceeded him in death.
The family suggested that contributions in his memory be made to the Salem Hospital Foundation, Diabetes Research Fund, 665 Wintes St., S.E. Salem OR 97301.
Wallowa County Chieftain
Thursday July 17, 1980
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