Winsby, and 3 of them survive. Ward spent her entire lifetime on the townsite at Dungeness. Funeral services under the auspices of Naval Lodge of Elks were held at the Christman Mortuary at 11 this morning. The late W W Washburn, Sr. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from Massachusetts, He was a member of the Knights of Pythias Lodge.
Ruth Wing, born in Port Angeles indied at St. Memorial services will be held Tuesday at 4pm at the Fauntleroy Community Church, Seattle, of which he was a member. A faller in the logging industry for a number of years and a commercial fisherman for 5 years, Mr.
He was often bullied by other boys, and Payne would leap into the fight to protect him. One of the West End's widely known pioneers, Albert E Wilson, 78, a resident of this region for more than 40 years, died Sunday morning. Pastor LaVerne Nelson will Ethel payne. He graduated from Neah Bay High School in Interment will be in Mt.
LaVerne Nelson will officiate.
Lillian Bowman Wait, 95, E 11th St. Katherine Amelia Ward, for 70 years a resident of the Dungeness Valley, passed away at the family home in Dungeness at 9: He became a fervent follower and they reared their children in the Quaker faith.
Arrangements are being made by the Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel. Harper Funeral Home is directing arrangements. Ben G Wilcox, prominent resident of this section, died suddenly this morning of a heart attack. Also the Iron Curtain, the Soviet Union's acquisition of an atomic bomb, and communist revolution in China added to the scare.
Wait came here with his parents, the late Mr. Warren died July 31, Wait came to Port Angeles with her mother in the early 's.
In addition, the segregated quarters and recreation clubs for the American soldiers went against orders given by President Truman to end segregation in the military. He was a good talker and made a number of very excellent addresses on different important public occasions.
Raised in the woods of the west end of Clallam County, Mr.
Later he bought a farm on Hendrickson Road, part of the old John Donnell [ perhaps an error for Mc Donnell] farm where the first wheat in the valley was raised.
Waters appeared at Carnegie Hall in He was a member of the Neah Bay Presbyterian Church and had been a church elder for the 2 years previous to his death. Hannah Monsonof Dungeness; a half-sister, Mrs.
Much of the plot revolves around the eviction of an elderly woman from her home on an island in the River, and the young man's love affair with that woman's widowed granddaughter. There are 9 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Born at Sequim 65 years ago, Mr. He returned to live in Port Angeles in and farmed near Dry Creek. He was married to Tillie Sheatsley in Seattle, Mar 22, Mary Ann Soule, lives in Vancouver, Washington.
For many years, Mr. Lillian Bowman Wait clipping with date May 20, Mrs. William J Ware d Fri, April 6, [ photo accompanies ] William J Ware, 81, resident of Port Angeles 64 years and one of the Olympic Peninsula's most prominent pioneer citizens, died at a hospital here last night.
This was the year that the War of began with Great Britain. Henry W Wachendorf. Memorial services or Henry W Wachendorf, 71, of Neah Bay, will be at 1pm Wednesday at Neah Bay Assembly of God. Mr. Wachendorf died Tuesday, Nov 5, in Neah Bay. Payne journeyed with then Vice-President Richard Nixon to the independence ceremonies for the African nation of Ghana inand covered other wars, events, and revolutions in countries such as Zaire, Senegal, and Nigeria.
As other reviewers have pointed out, this movie is a gem--an unlikely, busily bizarre plot and curious collection of actors fueled by the songs of America's arguably best and. To join this site click on your name above.
If your name needs to be added please contact us. Ethel (also æthel) is an Old English word meaning "noble". It is frequently attested as the first element in Anglo-Saxon names, both masculine and feminine, e.g. Æthelhard. Ethel Waters overcame an early life of difficulty to become one of the best-known entertainers of her time.
Her unique singing style broke through racial barriers and was embraced by a broad audience, black and white alike.Ethel payne