Funeral Held For Mrs. Loop

Amity, June 28.—Funeral services for Mrs. Joe Loop were held in Amity on last Thursday afternoon. She passed away at her home in Portland last Tuesday. She was well known in Amity, having spent her childhood here.

She is survived by her husband, Joe Loop, and one small son and one small daughter, of Portland; by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Walling, of Amity; [brother and sisters] Gilbert Wallington [sic], Mrs. Marie Munkers, Mrs. Dewitt Warner, of Amity; Merle Walling of Independence; Chester Walling, Falls City, and Mrs. Idahlia Freeman of Portland.

Source: Salem Daily Capital Journal, June 28, 1926.

Iva Walling

Wed. Dec. 24 in a local nursing home. Survived by daughters, Verna James, Woodburn, Ore., Doris Wood, Sacramento, Cal., Margaret Loop, Portland, Ore., Bessie M. Meyers, Emmett, Ida., Georgia L. Pierzina, Los Angeles, Cal., Edna M. Passmore, Tacoma, Wn.; sons, Robert M. Walling, Warrenton, Ore., Warren W. Walling, Lester Lee Walling, Tucson, Ariz.; twenty-nine grandchildren, thirty two great-grandchildren. Services will be held Mon. Dec. 29 at 10:00 AM in the RIGDON-RAMSON COLONIAL CHAPEL, Cottage at Chemeketa NE. Rev. Robert Mulkey officiating. Private interment Claggett Cemetery.

Source: Salem Statesman Journal, December 29, 1980.


Some Short Wedding Notices

In Shasta, February 19th, Mr. J.R. Kemble to Miss Margaret J. Reynolds.   (Marysville Daily Appeal, March 10, 1868)

Mr. and Mrs. David Rorick, Jr., Oceanside, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah, to Ens. Franklin Allen Leib, USN, son of Mrs. Carl Morton, San Miguel Allende, Mexico, and the late Samuel Franklin Leib. Miss Rorick is a graduate of the Santa Catalina School for Girls and of Stanford University. The wedding will take place in August. (San Diego Union, July 2, 1967)

Word received here has it that two young people of this community were recently married at Vancouver, they are Miss Lepha Walling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Walling and Joseph Loop, who is a son of Mrs. Loop of this city and who is an overseas veteran of the world war.  (Salem Capital Journal, August 31, 1920)

LOOSLEY-ANDERSON—At the residence of Captain O.C. Applegate at Klamath Agency, May 2d, 1880; by Rev. L.N. Nickerson, George Loosley to Miss Emma T. Anderson  (Oregon Sentinel, May 12, 1880)

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