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Ides, Ada Jimmicum
Ides, Harold J
Ides, Oliver Ward
Ides, Phillip V
Ipson, Peter
Irving, Hilary Jr.
Irving, Pauline LaChester
Irwin, Leah Henderson
Isbell, Edwin H
Isbell, Inez Stringham
Iverson, Hannah
Iverson, John B
Iverson, Simon Peter
Iverson, William Theodore

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Ada Jimmicum Ides ( d Oct 30, 1988 )

A graveside service for Ada Ides, 77, of Neah Bay, will be at 2pm Thursday at the Neah Bay Assembly of God Church. Mrs. Ides died Sunday, Oct 30, 1988 in Forks. She was born June 20, 1911, in Monroe, WA to Jim and Emma Libby Jimmicum.

She married Festus LaChester, Sr. in 1929. He died in 1948. She later married Andrew Ides who was lost at sea. Mrs. Ides came to Neah Bay in 1929.

Survivors include her companion of 26 years, Melvin Halttunen of Neah Bay; one son, Festus LaChester of Neah Bay; 2 grandchildren, John L LaChester and Noreen L Siege; one brother, Kenneth Jimmicum of Neah Bay; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren; step-children and foster children.

Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Harold J Ides ( d Feb 17, 1980 )

Services for Harold J Ides, 81, a prominent member of the Makah Tribe and one of the last links with the older Indian culture, will be a 1pm Thursday at Neah Bay High School Gymnasium with the Rev. George Kallappa and the Rev. Alvin Oya of the Assembly of God Church officiating. Burial will be in the Neah Bay Cemetery under direction of Ridgeview Funeral Chapel. Mr. Ides died at Neah Bay Sunday.

He was born in Neah Bay Sep 2, 1898, to Jack and Fannie Ides. He attended the Indian boarding school in Tacoma and returned to Neah Bay where he had a varied career. He had worked as a fisherman, boat builder, carpenter and carried the mail and supplies to Tatoosh Lighthouse and weather station for 15 years. He also was a boiler fireman at the Makah Air Force Station and assisted his wife in basket making.

Mr. Ides was among the last of the crews hunting whales from canoes and had seen the Makah Tribe move from the old ways to the new. He was a consultant to the tribal culture program as to carving and the use of fishing, sealing and whaling harpoons in connection with Ozette and Hoko archaelogical excavations. He also was a consultant on treaty fishing discussions. Mr. Ides was a fluent speaker of the Makah language.

In 1978 Ides and his wife Isabelle were honored as grand marshals for the Makah Days parade. In 1977, the couple was honored on their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception at a traditional Indian potlatch given by their children.

Mr. Ides was a member of the Assembly of God Church.

His survivors include is wife; 2 sons, Julius J and Phillip V Ides; 6 daughters, Mrs. Stanley Secor, Mrs. George McClintic, Mrs. Russell E Smith, Ms. Genevieve Ides, Mrs. Carl Mack, Mrs. Carrie Mahone, all of Neah Bay; 24 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Donald Secor, Franklin J Ides, James Tollerude, William Mahone, Floyd Mack and John J Ides, Jr.

Honorary pallbearers will be George Parks, John Everhart, Ed Shewish, Jerry Deputy, Earl Penn, Allen Underwood, Walter Edens, George Ides, Oliver M Jackson and Charles Peterson.

Oliver Ward Ides ( 31 Oct 1992 )

NEAH BAY: Funeral services for Oliver Ward Ides, 85, of Neah Bay, will be at 1pm Wednesday in the Neah Bay Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Al Brown will officiate. Mr. Ides died Saturday, Oct 31, 1992, in Neah Bay.

He was born April 30, 1907, in Neah Bay to Perry and Stella Ides. He married Irene Hunter on Nov 27, 1931 in Port Angeles.

A member of the Makah Tribe, Mr. Ides worked in heavy construction, building roads in Clallam County, until his retirement.

Survivors include his wife Irene of Neah Bay; sons Oliver Ward, Jr., Henry Ward and Richard Ward, all of Neah Bay, and James Ward of Clallam Bay; stepson Charles Claplanhoo of Neah Bay; Ella Durham of Seattle and Arlene Steeves of Sacramento, CA; brothers John Horace Ides and Perry Ides, Jr., both of Neah Bay; sister Peggy Ides of Washington, DC; 26 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren . He was preceded in death by a half-brother Henry Wachendorf.

Drennan-Ford Funeral Home is in charge.

Phillip V Ides ( d Feb 13, 1992 )

NEAH BAY-- Funeral service for Phillip V Ides, 60, will be at 1pm Tuesday at Neah Bay Assembly of God Church with Pastor Al Brown officiating. Burial will be in Neah Bay Cemetery. Mr. Ides died Thursday, Feb 13, 1992 in Neah Bay.

He was born June 28, 1931, in Neah Bay, to Harold and Isabelle Ides. He attended school in Neah Bay and lived in Neah Bay most of his life. He worked for Crown Zellerbach.

Survivors include his mother, of Neah Bay; brothers Julius J Ides, Howard Ides and Albert Ides, all of Neah Bay; sisters Carrie Mahone, Doris Secor, Mattie McClintic, Mae Smith and Genevieve Ides, all of Neah Bay.

Pallbearers are William Mahone, Jr., Marty Ides, Franklin Ides, William Secor, John Cooke, Jr. and Pete DePoe.

Honorary pallbearers are Stuart Kallappa, Toby Tyler, Festue [thus] LaChester, Charles Davis, John Sailto, and Chester Knaus.

Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Home is in charge.

Peter Ipson

Peter Ipson, 88, long a resident of Port Angeles and a friend of many old-timers in the community passed away Sunday at 1pm.

The Late Mr. Ipson is declared to have come to Port Angeles more that 40 years ago, after immigrating to America from his birthplace in Norway at an earlier date. He has no relative known here. Pending funeral arrangements, the remains are at the Christman Mortuary.

Hilary Irving, Jr. (d 12 Jul 1988 Peninsula Evening News issue of Jul 14, 1988 )

A funeral service for Hilary Irving, Jr., 71, of Neah Bay, will be at 1pm Friday at the Assembly of God Church. The Revs. Alvin Oya and Joe Miller will officiate. Burial will be in Neah Bay Cemetery. Mr. Irving died Tuesday, Jul 12, in Neah Bay.

He was born May 19, 1917, in Neah Bay to Hilary and Clara Irving. He married Pauline LaChester Nov 1, 1941, in Neah Bay. She died in 1981.

Mr. Irving attended Neah Bay day school, Tulalip boarding school and Chemawa boarding school in Salem, OR. He was fisherman most of his life, but also worked as a logger.

Mr. Irving was active in securing treaty fishing rights for the Makah Nation and was a spokesman and witness for the Makah people during Judge George Boldt's hearing on Indian fishing rights and treaties in the 1970's. He was instrumental in obtaining grants from Housing and Urban Development in Neah Bay. Mr. Irving was a member of the Assembly of God Church.

Survivors include one daughter, Wanda Pearce of Seattle; 2 grandchildren; and one sister, Alberta Thompson of Neah Bay. Three brothers, Raymond and Elwood Irving and Wallace Smith, and one sister, Julia Halttunen, preceded him in death.

Pallbearers will be Guadalupe Castenada, Bernard Cummins, Glen Halttunen, Harry McCarty II, Hilary Thompson and Thomas Perry.

Honorary pallbearers will be George Bowechop, Festus LaChester, Hubert Markishtum, Alan Hart, Ralph Thompson, Carl Peterson, Alvin Ziontz, Robert Pirtle, and Martin Charles.

Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Pauline LaChester Irving ( d 8-6-1981 )

NEAH BAY: Funeral services for Pauline Irving, 61, will be a 2pm Wednesday at the Assembly of God Church in Neah Bay with the Rev. Alvin Oya officiating. Burial will follow in the Neah Bay Cemetery. Mrs. Irving died Thursday in Neah Bay. Arrangements are under the direction of the Harper Funeral Home.

Pauline LaChester was born Mar 15, 1920 at Neah Bay, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastion LaChester. She married Hilary Irving Nov 1, 1940 at Neah Bay. Mrs. Irving was a member of the Assembly of God Church, Makah Club, Makah Senior citizens and the Canoe Club.

Surviving are her husband, Hilary; one daughter, Mrs. William Perry of Neah Bay; 7 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchildren .

Pallbearers will be Sonny McCarty, Gary Ward, Steve Jimicum, Jerry Lucas, John Leonard and Shannon Connolly. Honorary pallbearers will be Carl Peterson, Festus LaChester, Hank Wachendorf, Hank Thomas, Tommy Thompson, Glen Halttunen, Michael Dulik and Harry McCarty, Sr.

Leah Henderson Irwin ( d 1 Dec 1936 )

Mrs. Sam Irwin, 48, of Center, Jefferson County, died at Port Townsend at 8:30 this morning. The funeral will be at the Sequim Methodist Church and burial in Dungeness Cemetery at a date to be announced later.

Miss Leah Henderson, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henderson, Clallam County pioneers, was born at Dungeness May 21, 1888. She lived there until 1906 when she was married to Sam Irwin and moved to Port Townsend and later made her home at Center until her death. Her family is a very well known pioneer one of Clallam County.

Surviving are the widower, Sam Irwin and 3 children; James, of Sam Rafael, Ca; Richard of Honolulu, and a daughter, Blanche, of Seattle. She also has a brother, Calvin Henderson, Dungeness; and a step-son, Sam Irwin, Jr. of CA.

Edwin H Isbell ( d 20 Jun 1955 )

Edwin H Isbell, 88, Clallam County resident 62 years, died Friday afternoon after a long illness. Funeral services will be held Monday at 3pm at the Harper Funeral Home with Elder George Rasmussen of the Seventh Day Adventist Church officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Mr. Isbell was born in Wabaunsie County, KS, Jul 11, 1866. The family came to Clallam County in 1893 and homesteaded in the upper Elwah River valley. They moved into Port Angeles in 1911. He was a carpenter who built houses here and worked for the Swanson Machine Shop until 1918 when he worked in Seattle shipyards during W.W.I. The family returned here in 1930 and Mr. Isbell lived on the Upper Elwah until his last illness. He was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Surviving are 3 daughters, Mrs. Guy McNamara, Port Angeles; Mrs. Leet Elliott, Mt. Shatsa, CA; Mrs. Burt Worley, Albany, OR; 4 sons, Lewis Isbell, South Prairie, WA; Raymond Isbell, Seattle; Ellson and Robert Isbell, both of Tuscon, AZ; a sister, Mrs. William Scott, St. Louis, MO; 19 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren .

Inez Stringham Isbell ( d 18 Mar 1954 )

Funeral services for Inez M Isbell, 86, wife of Edwin H Isbell, took place at 1pm today at the Harper Funeral Home. Burial was in Ocean View Cemetery. Mrs. Isbell, a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, died Thursday evening after a short illness.

Mrs. Isbell, a pioneer of the county, came here 60 years ago and lived most of the time in the upper Elwah River valley. She and her family were active in affairs of this county many years. Her husband was a mill operator until his retirement.

She was born Inez Stringham, Dec 6, 1867 in Topeka. Her father, Charles H Stringham, homesteaded on the upper Elwah river 65 years ago,.

After her marriage to Edwin H Isbell, the family came here in 1894.

Surviving are her husband, at the family home, 3 daughters, Mrs. Guy McNamarra, Port Angeles; Mrs. Leet Elliott, Mt. Shasta, California; and Mrs. G H Worley, Roseburg, OR; 4 sons, Lewis Isbell, South Prairie; Raymond Isbell, Seattle; Ellston and Lyle Isbell, both of Tucson, AZ; 19 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren .

Hannah Iverson ( d 25 Jan 1934 )

Mrs. Hannah Iverson, 69, a resident of Forks for 43 years, died in that city Thursday after a long illness. She is survived by her husband, John Iverson, who lives in Florida and 7 children. Six of the children, Ivor, William, Louis, Axel, John Jr., and Mrs. Olga Hillstrom live at Forks; another daughter, Mrs. Anna Cotten, lives at Olympia. Funeral announcement had not yet been made.

John B. Iverson

Funeral services for John B. Iverson, Sr., 83, West End pioneer, were held in Port Angeles Wednesday at 2pm at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Rev. Carl Fischer officiated.

Mr. Iverson passed away Saturday in a Bellingham hospital after a long illness.

He homesteaded at Bear Creek more than 50 years ago on the property on which his daughter, Mrs. Olga Hillstrom, makes her home. For the past year or so he had been living in Bellingham at the home of his son, Iver.

Surviving relatives include: 3 sons, Iver of Bellingham, and John of Port Angeles and Louis of Kalaloch; 2 daughters, Mrs. Olga Hillstrom of Bear Creek and Mrs. Anna Cotton of Spanaway. He also leaves to mourn is passing a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Simon Peter Iverson ( d 9-23-1933 )

Simon Peter Iverson, 43, a resident of Clallam Bay for a number of years, died Saturday at 4pm. The deceased was born in Bardu, Norway, Sep 9, 1890. He came to America about 22 years ago. He was married to Esther Danielson at Clallam Bay Sep 19, 1921.

Surviving relatives are his widow, Esther Iverson and 3 children; Ivan Simon, Ethel Fay, Gwendolyn Beverly. There are several sisters and brothers living in Norway.

Funeral services will be held at the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Port Angeles, Wednesday at 3:30pm under the direction of the Forks Funeral Parlors. Rev. Erle Howell will be in charge of the service. Interment will take place in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

William Theodore Iverson ( d 1 Oct 1941 )

Funeral services were held at Legion Hall Sunday at 2pm for William Theodore Iverson, 52. Rev. Evan David of the Congregational Church conducted the services and commitment was under the direction of the local American Legion post of which Mr. Iverson was a member.

Mrs. A Woods, Mrs. Norman Macaulay, Ray Palmer and Dan McGrew sang two sings, "Crossing the Bar" and "Abide with Me." The group was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. U S Ford.

Pallbearers were: Paul Brown, Matthew McCarthy, Norman Macaulay, J L McDonald, Pete Schultz and Jack Gordon. Arrangements were under the direction of the Clallam Mortuary in Forks.

William Theodore Iverson, 52, died at a Port Angeles hospital Wednesday morning, Oct 1 at 10am after a short illness. The late Mr. Iverson was born at Port Crescent, April 27, 1889, and had lived in Clallam County all his life. He was a high rigger and mechanic for the Goodyear Logging Company in past years and had worked for Bloedel Donovan since they first started operations in the West End.

Survivors are one son, William T Iverson, Jr., of Santa Monica, California; his father, John B. Iverson of Hollywood, Florida; 4 brothers, Axel of Snohomish county, Iver and John of Forks and Louis of Kalaloch, 2 sisters, Mrs. John Hillstrom of Sappho and Mrs. Walter Cotton of Spanaway, WA.

Mr. Iverson was a member of the Forks American Legion and Local 90 of the L W A Forks.

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Jackson, Doran
Jackson, Edith Adelia Potter Wooding
Jackson, Jessie Carrie
Jackson, John Daniel
Jackson, Johnny
Jacobs, Bertha C
Jacobs, Earline G Campbell
Jacobs, Edgar A
Jacobs, Hattie Bell O'Brien
Jacobs, Hilan
Jacobs, Reuben
Jacobs, Washington Irving
Jacobson, Andrew A
Jacobson, Iverine
Jacobson, Oscar A
Jensen, Frederick Antone
Johnson, Ada Maude Jones
Johnson, A L "Sam"
Johnson, Albert T
Johnson, Anna L
Johnson, Anna M
Johnson, Avrila
Johnson, Florence Gehrke
Johnson, Jack
Johnson, John A
Johnson, R M
Johnson, Sophia E Poquette Snecal
Johnson, Webster
Jones, Sarah Lester
Jordan, Katherine I Rhodefer

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Doran Jackson ( d Dec 11, 1992 )

FORKS--A funeral for Doran Jackson, 83, of Forks, will be at 11am Friday with the Rev. Al Harness officiating. Members of the Port Angeles Masonic Lodge will conduct graveside services at 2pm at Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. Mr. Jackson died Friday, Dec 11, 1992 in Aberdeen.

He was born March 2, 1909 in Port Angeles to Henry and Flossie Jackson. Me married Irene Sauer Oct 6, 1928 in Markham; she died in 1981.

Mr. Jackson worked for Sound Transfer which was started by his father, Angeles Bakery and Crown Zellerbach during WWII. He also worked for PenPly and the Department of Natural Resources from which he retired in 1975.

He helped with toys for children in Port Angeles Beacon Bill program. He was a Santa helper and a sports trainer in Joyce and in Forks. He helped begin the first ambulance service in Port Angeles.

His memberships were in Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and the Masonic Lodges of Forks and Port Angeles.

Survivors include sons William of California and Robert of Renton; daughters Doreen Colton and Donna Herson, both of Forks; 12 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren and 17 step-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one brother, 2 sisters, one grandson and one step-daughter.

Harper-Ridgeview Chapel is in charge.

Edith Adelia Potter Wooding Jackson ( Port Angeles Evening News issue of April 21, 1942 )

Mrs. Edith Adelia Jackson, of Carlsborg, wife of Ansel Jackson and a Clallam County resident for 53 years, passed away Monday at her home. She was 71 years of age. Funeral services have been arranged for Thursday at 2pm from the Sequim Mortuary with burial at Dungeness Cemetery.

Mrs. Jackson was born Jan 22, 1871 at Rush city, MN, and came west in 1887. She was married to William Wooding in 1888. Mr. Wooding died May 3, 1925, and Mrs. Wooding was married to Ansel Jackson Nov 5, 1930.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Jackson is survived by a son, James B Wooding, of Seattle; 2 daughters, Mrs. Florence Valentine and Mrs. Lucille Warren, Port Angeles; 2 sisters, Mrs. Mattie Pownall, Eugene, OR, and Mrs. Nanette MacDougall, Dungeness; 3 brothers, G E Potter, Bothell, W B Potter, Tacoma, and John Potter, Port Angeles; 11 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

Jessie Cary Jackson ( d June 5, 1972 )

Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Jackson, 82, will be held at Valley Chapel in Sequim Thursday at 2pm. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery. the Rev. Denny Huffman will officiate. Mrs. Jackson died in Sequim Monday.

She was born in Union Town, PA, July 18, 1889. She resided on Rte. 3, Box 583, in Sequim. She married J D Jackson May 13, 1908. he died in 1968.

She lived in California with her parents as an infant and they came to Washington in 1904 and lived near Fairview until her marriage. She and her husband lived in the Blue Mountain area until 1929 when they moved to Carlsborg. She attended Union Sunday School in Carlsborg.

She was a member of the Carlsborg Home Economics Club, a charter member of Fairview Grange and a former member of the Valley Garden Club.

Survivors include sons Arthur and Luther, both of Sequim; a brother, Henry Cary of Port Angeles; and sisters Mrs. Otto Wachendorf of Port Angeles, Mrs. George Bailey of Oregon and Mrs. W J Shiffer of California; 7 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

John Daniel Jackson ( bu Ocean View CemeteryJune 3, 1960 )

John Daniel Jackson, 77, Rte 1 Sequim, died Tuesday after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at the McDonald Funeral Home Friday at 1pm with the Rev. William C Wartes officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Mr. Jackson was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Jackson, Sr., born Jul 12, 1881 in Ottowa County, Kansas. He came to Clallam County with his parents when a young boy. He married Jessie Cary May 13, 1908 in Port Angeles. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary 2 years ago at the farm home near Sequim.

Mr. Jackson farmed the present farm 31 years and previous to that had a farm in the Blue Mountain area. He attended Port Angeles schools.

Mr. Jackson was one of the county's pioneer farmers, was prominent in dairy farming circles. He was a member of the Modern Woodman Lodge, charter member of Fairview Grange and 35 years a director of the Angeles Cooperative Creamery and a member of Pomona Grange.

Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Jessie Jackson and 2 sons, Luther and Arthur Jackson, all of Sequim; a brother Ansel Jackson, Olympia; 8 grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

Johnny Jackson ( d 14 Aug 1991 )

LaPUSH--Johnny Jackson, 83, a lifetime resident of LaPush, died Wednesday, Aug 14, 1991, in Forks General Hospital. An Indian Shaker service will be at 1pm Monday in LaPush; interment will follow in the Forks Cemetery.

Mr. Jackson was born Mar 5, 1908, in LaPush. He attended boarding school in Port Alberta, BC before returning to the West End. He worked as a logger and fisherman, and was employed by Rayonier in Sappho, Frontier Logging and Spoelestra Logging, all in Forks. He retired in the late 1960s.

As a young man, Mr. Jackson carved canoes and participated in seal hunting. He was a coastal drummer and singer in LaPush, and attended powwows and Shaker gatherings. He had been selected as Senior of the Year in LaPush for this year's Quileute Days celebration.

Survivors include 5 sons, David, Roger and George, all of LaPush, John, Jr., of Tacoma, and Greg of Port Angeles; 5 daughters, Margaret Black, Judy Rosander and Beverly Jackson, all of LaPush, Frieda Jack and Mary Madison of Aberdeen; 18 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

Coleman Mortuary in Hoquaim is in charge of arrangements.

Bertha C Jacobs ( d Nov 1, 1967 )

Bertha C Jacobs, 77, a former Port Angeles resident, died in Stillicoom, Wednesday.

Rosary will be recited at the McDonald Funeral Home Friday at 7pm. Funeral services will be held in Seattle at the Calvary Cemetery at 12:30pm Saturday. McDonald Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Jacobs was bookeeper at Davidson and Hay Hospital for many years. She and her husband operated Jacobs Plumbing in Port Angeles from 1916 to 1935. Mrs. Jacobs then owned and operated a nursing home in Spokane.

Mrs. Jacobs was a member of Queen of Angels Catholic Church. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Henry Hopf of Port Angeles.

Earline G Campbell Jacobs ( d Nov 25, 1995  Peninsula Daily News issue of Apr 4, 1996 )

PORT ANGELES--Private family services are planned for Earline G Jacobs, 100, of Port Angeles, who died Saturday, Nov 25, 1995 in Port Angeles. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park's Garden of Devotion.

Mrs. Jacobs was born April 5, 1895, in Harvey, IL to George and Emily Von Henchell Campbell. She came to Port Angeles in 1901. She married James W Jacobs on Sept 23, 1914; they later divorced.

Mrs. Jacobs worked at the Port Angeles Shipyard and Angeles Co-op Creamery. She was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, the World War I Ladies Auxiliary, Navy Mothers and was a charter member of Fairview Grange.

Survivors include sons Dalmain of Port Angeles and Donald of Agnew; 6 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and a great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by daughters Alice and Bernice and son Robert.

Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge.

Edgar A. Jacobs ( d Jan 11, 1932 )

Edgar A Jacobs, who has been described as a "genuine, constructive pioneer" of Port Angeles, a prosperous plumber here for 30 years, Spanish-American War veteran and prominent member of the Elks Lodge, passed away at Portland this morning.

Service that he put in with the Navy in the Spanish War day gave origin to the ailment that lingered with Mr. Jacobs until his death, according to beliefs he had expressed. While serving in tropical climes he contracted an illness from which he never completely recovered. Death came after he had spent numerous weeks in the veteran's hospital at Portland.

The late Mr. Jacobs was born at Coleman, AL on April 19, 1880. His youth was spent in Chicago, where he was apprenticed to the trade of plumbing and steam fitting. Joining the Navy as a plumber, he was in the service at the time of the war with Spain and during the conflict was aboard the cruiser "Philadelphia."

It was but a few years following the war that Mr. Jacobs settled in Port Angeles, in about 1903. By diligent study in the Navy he had arisen to a high degree of proficiency in his profession and had earned second engineer's papers.

After working under other men for a time, Mr. Jacobs was urged by friends to establish his own plumbing business. This he did in 1904, opening his shop in the Dr. Lewis building on First St near Oak, which has just recently been torn down to clear the federal building site. In later years, after developing a practice that extended from the Ocean to the east end of the county, he acquired the large frame building at 216 E Fist street which his shop now occupies.

In August, 1911, Mr. Jacobs was married to Miss Bertha Johnston.

During the past 10 years the pioneer plumber was not active in the actual labor of his business, largely due to ill health. He and Mrs. Jacobs, however, carried on the business quite successfully and continuously.

It was as Exhalted Ruler of Naval Lodge of Elks in 1914 and 1915 and in later connections with the lodge that Mr. Jacobs had considerable to do with fraternal circles and civic development. He is credited with having been one for the men chiefly responsible for the opening of Lincoln St. This project was carried though as a civic improvement with its completion, the elk's building on Lincoln St. was constructed.

Mr. Jacobs was a trustee in Naval Lodge many terms after holding the presiding chair and at the time of his passing was chairman of the board of trustees. He was also active in the United Spanish War Veterans, holding the office of commander of Tony Waller Camp in Port Angeles at one time.

Interested in the resources of the peninsula as well as ever confident in the future development of Port Angeles, Mr. Jacobs became familiar with the mountains. He was particularly interested in mineral possibilities and prospecting. Much of his recreation was found in the mountains. As for Port Angeles itself, he ever held hopes of its growing to large city proportions. He gave much effort and spent much money in this confidence, one of his later interests being the federal building project.

In addition to his widow, the late Mr. Jacobs is survived by a brother in Texas, and a sister and other relatives in Chicago.

Wiring from Portland today, Mrs. Jacobs said the remains were to be shipped to Seattle. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. It is understood the funeral will be held in Seattle.

Hattie Bell O'Brien Jacobs ( d June 13, 1938 )

Mrs. Hattie Bell Jacobs, 63, wife of Hile Jacobs of Fairview, succumbed suddenly at her home Monday noon. Funeral services will be held at the Christman Mortuary Wednesday, June 15 at 2pm with Rev. Herbert R Cederberg officiating and cremation following.

Born in Peoria, IL Sep 20, 1874, the late Mrs. Jacobs came to Port Angeles in 1888 with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony O'Brien, Port Angeles pioneers. A few years later Hattie O'Brien was married to Hile Jacobs here.

Surviving relatives include the husband and 2 sons, J W Jacobs and Dudley Jacobs and a brother, William O'Brien, all of Fairview. There are 4 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.

Hilan Jacobs ( d 5 Feb 1944 )

Hilan Jacobs, 78, pioneer resident of Clallam County, died at a local hospital Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2pm from the Christman Mortuary with Rev. H R Cederberg officiating. Cremation will follow.

Mr. Jacobs was born in Makokota [Maquoketa], IA on Aug 12, 1867. In 1889 he came from Dubuque, IA to Clallam County, homesteading here on land where he has lived since. He was married to Hattie Bell O'Brien in Port Angeles in 1889, the year he came to the county.

Surviving relatives include 2 sons, James W Jacobs of Port Angeles and Dudley Jacobs of Forks; 2 sisters, Mrs. William O'Brien of Port Angeles and Mrs. E P Liggett of Cascade IA. there are 4 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren as well as one nephew, Clyde Jacobs of Port Angeles.

Andrew A Jacobson ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Aug 22, 1940 )

Funeral services for Andrew A Jacobson, 83, who passed away in Seattle, Aug 20 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C O Anderson, will be held from the McDonald Funeral Home at 2pm Thursday. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Mr. Jacobson was one of the earlier pioneers of Port Angeles, coming here from ND in 1892. He was born in Norway April 22, 1857. He was married to Iverine Jacobson in Norway in 1887. They came to the United States in 1891.

He leaves to survive him on daughter, Mr. C O Anderson, Seattle, and 4 sons, Cornelius M, Oscar A, Ivan and Antone I Jacobson, all of Port Angeles. there are 7 grandchildren, Robert Anderson, Seattle; Mrs. Lois Wright, Seattle; Lawrence Anderson, San Francisco; Jean Jacobson, Normand Jacobson, Theodore Jacobson and Benjamin Jacobson, all of Port Angeles.

He followed the carpenter trade her in Port Angeles and has worked on many of the old time homes here.

Iverine Jacobson ( Jan 25, 1936 )

Funeral services for the late Iverine Jacobson, 75, resident of Port Angeles 42 years who succumbed Saturday morning to injuries received in a traffic accident Friday night, will be held Tuesday at 2pm. the rites will be conducted at the Christman Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. J O Damorn of the Apostolic Faith officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

An inquest to investigate the accident in which Mrs. Jacobson was injured has been called for Tuesday morning by Prosecuting Attorney Joseph H Johnson, county coroner. The inquest will be held in the city commission room at 10am.

Mrs. Jacobson was struck Friday night by an automobile driven by Carl Mull, at 5th and Lincoln Sts.

The accident victim was born in Norway on May 15, 1860 and came to Minnesota 48 years ago. She and her husband, Andrew Jacobson, moved to Port Angeles 42 years ago and took a homestead. They have lived here since and have a great circle of friends in the community.

In addition to the husband, Mrs. Jacobson is survived by 4 sons, Cornelius, Oscar, Ivan and Antone Jacobson of Port Angeles; a daughter Mrs. C O E Anderson of Seattle and 7 grandchildren. The family home is at 627 E 7th St.

Oscar A Jacobson ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Jan 31, 1943 )

Port Angeles lost a pioneer resident Monday in the death of Oscar A Jacobson, who had lived in this community for the past 50 years. Mr. Jacobson was 51 at the time of his death. He was born Nov. 1, 1891 in Clay County, MN and came to Port Angeles with his parents when he was only a year old. He was a plasterer by trade.

Surviving are one sister, Mrs. C O Anderson of Seattle; and 3 brothers, Anton, Ivan and Cornelius M Jacobson, all of Port Angeles.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2pm Thursday at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev C E Fulmer in charge. Burial will be at Ocean View Cemetery.

Reuben Jacobs ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Jan 17, 1944 )

Reuben Jacobs, 59, a resident of Port Angeles for 55 years, died suddenly Thursday noon, Jan 13. Funeral services will be the Christman Mortuary chapel Monday, Jan 17, at 2pm. Rev. H R Cederberg will officiate and burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Mr. Jacobs was born at Maquoketa, IA Mar 24, 1884 and came to Port Angeles with his parents in Dec 1889. He was raised on a farm near Port Angeles and was employed as a surveyor, then as a street department worker of the city of Port Angeles. For the past 8 years, Mr. Jacobs was employed by district 2 of Clallam County on road construction and maintenance.

Mr. Jacobs married Miss Emma Megerle here Nov 27, 1925.

Surviving relatives are the widow, a brother, Irving Jacobs and a brother Hile Jacobs and Mrs. William O'Brien, all residing at Fairview and a half-sister, Fanny Legget, Cascade, IA.

Washington Irving Jacobs ( bu Ocean View Cemetery April 3, 1963 )

Washington Irving Jacobs, 83, resident of the Fairview district, died at Bremerton Sunday after a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1pm at the Harper Funeral Home with the Rev Floyd F Holloway officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Jacobs, born in Iowa June, 1879. He came here with his parents in 1889. The family homesteaded in the Fairview district east of Port Angeles.

He attended the old Siebert's Creek one-room school. As a young man he drove stage between East Beach and Lake Crescent and Port Angeles. He was an apprentice fireman on the steamer "Dispatch" that operated on the Straight out of Seattle. He received his license as a marine engineer in 1900 and followed that profession on several other steamers. After becoming a stationary engineer, he worked in Eastern Washington.

He returned to Port Angeles in 1918 and held many positions at various mills in the County. He was employed by the Clallam County Highway Department in 1916. Just before his retirement from the county road work at 65 years he was employed by the Govan Construction Co.

After retirement Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs continued to live at their Fairview farm. They lived there until he became ill when they moved to Bremerton to be with a daughter.

Mr. Jacob's hobby was salmon fishing and he participated in many salmon derbies. He was a member of Fairview Grange, Salmon Club, Clallam County Historical Society and Golden Agers,

Mr. Jacobs married Effie Burch at LaPlata, MO Nov 20, 1907.

Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Effie Jacobs, Bremerton; sons, W H Jacobs, Orting, Washington and E E Jacobs, San Leandro, California; a daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Michelsen, Bremerton; 5 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Frederick Antone Jensen ( d 7-28-1939 )

When death claimed Frederick Antone Jensen, 86, 212 N Albert St. some time in his sleep this morning, one of this city's most prominent old-time residents and business leaders had passed away.

Coming here almost 40 years ago, the late Mr. Jensen was one of the founders of the city's first telephone system, first brewery and had occupied many public and private positions of trust.

After traveling all over the world as a representative of a large manufacturing firm, the late Mr. Jensen came here from Chicago at the turn of the century and became one of the city's business leaders. Until his retirement a few years ago he was connected with almost every business involving the city's growth.

Married Sep 28 1878, Mr. and Mrs. Jensen celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary here on Sep 28, 1938.

Born at Flensburg, Denmark, Mar 21, 1853, Mr. Jensen came to the United States at an early age. Until he came here, Mr. Jensen had resided much of the time at Chicago.

Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Caroline Jensen, and a son, Theodore, both of Port Angeles, and a daughter, Mrs. Katherine Meredith of Bellingham. There are 6 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.

The remains are at the McDonald Funeral Home and funeral arrangements will be announced later. ["later" not found in newspaper]

Ada Maude Jones Johnson ( d 25 Oct 1964 )

Ada Maude Jones Johnson , 84, of Port Angeles and member of a pioneer Clallam County family, died Sunday. Funeral services will be at 3:30pm at the McDonald Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Rings officiating. Cremation will follow.

Mrs. Johnson was born July 4, 1880 in Motely, MN. She married Clifton Johnson, Dec 2, 1898 in Port Angeles. He died in 1952.

Mrs. Johnson moved with her parents, Eben and Sarah Jones to Twin in 1885. The house they built there later became the first US Post Office in that area. Sarah Jones was the first postmaster.

Mrs. Johnson's husband was employed by the US Weather Bureau and together they blazed trails, carried mail on horseback and kept communications open all years.

The Johnson's had to row an open boat far out into the Strait of Juan de Fuca to pick up supplies from passing freight boats, due to lack of roads in the area. They raised a garden and killed deer for meat.

In the early 1900's they moved to Port Angeles where he was assigned to the local weather bureau. They lived here since that time.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dwight Beard, a son, Virgil L. Johnson, and a sister, Mrs. Mamie McLaughlin, all of Port Angeles. Two other sisters also survive, Mrs. R D McLaughlin of Torrance, CA and Mrs. Lily Markwell of Auburn. 3 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren also survive.

A L "Sam" Johnson ( bu Ocean View Cemetery 2 Dec 1947 )

A L "Sam" Johnson, 82, Gig Harbor, Washington, Port Angeles pioneer and charter member of Naval Lodge of Elks, died Sunday morning. The funeral will be the McDonald Funeral Home Tuesday at 11am with officers of the Naval Lodge in charge. Burial in Ocean View Cemetery will follow.

Born Oct 1, 1865, at Cortlandt, NY, Mr. Johnson came here in 1889. For 33 years he was in the transfer and horse livery business and contracted for timbers for delivery to Mexican mines. Moving to Gig Harbor 24 years ago, Mr. Johnson continued in the timber contracting business.

When Naval Lodge of Elks observed its golden jubilee anniversary in 1846, Mr. Johnson was a guest of the lodge at the celebration. Living charter members now are Thomas T Aldwell, Port Angeles; and Walter J Dyke, Seattle. The lodge was founded in 1896.

For many years the Johnson livery barn on North Lincoln St. was an important business establishment and Mr. Johnson was one of the city's prominent citizens.

Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Gig Harbor; son Lyman Johnson, Lake Crescent; granddaughters, Mrs. Margaret J Muzzy, Seattle and Mrs. Robert J Knox, Annapolis, MD. There are 2 grandsons.

Albert T Johnson ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Dec 17, 1921 )

Captain Albert T Johnson, pioneer boat builder of Port Angeles, died Friday afternoon at Rochester, MN, death being due to diabetes, according to a telegram received here his morning by relatives. Mrs. Johnson, who was at his bedside at death, telegraphed her sons here to meet her in Seattle Tuesday. Funeral arrangements will be made for burial here. both Albert and Guy Johnson, sons of the dead man, are absent today with their boats, and were at Clallam Bay when the news was received. They are expected home at 5pm today.

Captain Albert T Johnson was born in Wisconsin on Aug 26, 1858 and moved to Port Angeles 24 years ago. His father, who preceded him here many years, was a builder of sailing schooners and had built vessels up to 300 tons. Two of his first schooners went on Siberian and Alaska cruises. The shipyards were located at the point on which now stand the United Spruce Production Corporation mill. Following the older Johnson's death, Captain Albert T Johnson and his sons Floyd and Guy continued their shipbuilding operations, but changing to the motor type of vessel, building the "Rhododendron," "Marion," "Albert" and "Pearl," besides a large number of scows and barges. The vessels and barges form the fleet of the Pearl Transportation Company, which has operated for years in the Sound freighting, coal and fish transportation business. The Johnsons have a shipyard on Ediz Hook Spit now.

Captain Johnson is a member of Naval Lodge 353 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, having joined in 1911.

He leaves to mourn his loss, the widow, 2 sons, Guy and Floyd, and 3 step-children, Mrs. P J Wold, of Port Angeles; Cleve Croft of Seattle; and Maude Croft, of Port Angeles; and 7 grandchildren.

Anna L Johnson

Anna L Johnson, 73, Clallam County resident for 48 years, died here Friday after a short illness. Private funeral services will be held Monday at the McDonald Funeral Home followed by interment in Mt. Angeles Cemetery. The Rev. Carl Fischer will officiate.

She was born in Perkiomenville, PA, May 21, 1882. She married Robert H Johnson in Philadelphia April 17, 1908. The couple came here that year. Mr. Johnson died in 1936. The family home was at Freshwater Bay 30 years. For the past 18 years Mrs. Johnson lived in Port Angeles.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Meritt McMahan, Port Angeles; son, Lester M Johnson, Everett; 3 sisters, Mrs. Robert Armstrong, Collingwood, NJ; May Mulvehill and Minnie Couch, both of West Palm Beach, FL; 5 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

Anna M Johnson  ( Sequim Press issue of 30 Dec 1938 )

Mrs. Anna M Johnson, who came to the Northwest from Calas, Me. by sailing vessel around Cape Horn seventy-six years ago as a little four-year-old child died December 20 in a Seattle hospital.

With her parents, she landed from a windjammer at Port Gamble, moving later to Sequim, and then to Seattle with her first husband, the late Charles A. Meyers.  Mr. Meyers, who died in 1912, was a street railway conductor for a number of years.  Mrs. Johnson was married to John C. Johnson in 1931.  For the past eight months the couple had lived near Auburn.  She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge.

Funeral services were held at the chapel of the Georgetown Undertaking company.  Burial was in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery.  Surviving relatives besides the husband are five children by the former marriage, Mrs. Frank B Hoffeditz, Seattle, Mrs. Charles Richards, San Francisco, and Amore, Phillip and Charles Meyers, all of Seattle; a sister, Mrs. Jan De Lanty, Pasadena, Calif., and a brother, Charles P. Rollins.

Avrila Johnson ( bu Ocean View Cemetery Nov 13, 1927 )

Mrs. Avrila Johnson, widow of the late Captain A T Johnson and resident of this city for the past 30 years, passed away Monday evening at 9 in a Tacoma hospital where she was taken for a goiter operation last week. Following the operation Monday morning, she gained consciousness and was gaining strength, and during the late afternoon, until an hour before her death, she seemed to be rallying. She was 65 years of age. Mrs. Peter Wold and her daughter, Miss Edna Wold, the deceased's daughter and granddaughter were at her bedside.

Florence Gehrke Johnson ( d Mar 26, 1993 )

PORT ANGELES--Memorial services for lifelong Port Angeles resident Florence G Johnson, 94, will be at 1pm Saturday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Johnson died Friday, March 26, 1993, in Port Angeles.

She was born May 9, 1898, in Port Angeles to E R and Mary Lollick Gehrke, Sr., She graduated from Port Angeles High School and worked in the family business, Richfield Distributing. She married Louis A Johnson, June 1, 1918 in Port Angeles; he died in 1987.

Mrs. Johnson worked for 14 years as assistant manager of Olympic Stationers. she was a charter member of Peninsula Golf Club and the last surviving charter member of the Clallam County Historical Society. She had also been a member of the Children's Hospital Guild, Soroptomist International, P E O, Laureate Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, and the YMCA Ladies Auxiliary.

Mrs. Johnson was an 89-year member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church and St. Anne's Guild.

Survivors include nephew D W Gehrke of Edmonds; nieces Gwyneth Hixson of Port Angeles and Lois Lindgren of Seattle; and numerous great and great-great-nieces and -nephews.

John A "Jack" Johnson

John A "Jack" Johnson, 66, Port Angeles resident 40 years, died at Vancouver, WA Thursday following an extended illness.

Rosary will be held at Queen of Angels Catholic Church Sunday at 7:30pm. Funeral Mass will be at the church Monday at 8:30am. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery under the direction of the Harper Funeral Home.

Mr. Johnson was born in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada, April 9, 1894. He came to Port Angeles about 40 years ago. A barber by trade, he operated his own barber shop on Laurel St. many years until retiring in 1959. He lived in Vancouver since Sep 1959.

He was as member of Naval Lodge of Elks, Port Angeles Aerie of Eagles, Queen of Angels Catholic Church and Holy Names Society and the Barbers Union.

Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Celina Johnson, Vancouver; 2 sons, Gordon C Johnson, Port Angeles, and Gerald A Johnson, Spokane; a daughter Mrs. Dorothy Olsen, Vancouver; 4 sisters, Mrs. Hulda Olsen, Mrs. Ellen Setherly and Miss Jennie Johnson, all of Port Angeles; and Mrs. Mabel Scrivner, Port Orchard; 2 brothers, Maurice Johnson, Bremerton, and Gordon V Johnson, Port Angeles; and 7 grandchildren.

John A Johnson

Funeral services for John A Johnson, 75, of Joyce will be the McDonald Funeral Home Thursday at 2pm. The Rev. Carl Fischer will officiate with burial in the Mt. Angeles Cemetery. He died at his home Monday morning.

Mr. Johnson was born in Reftele, Sweden Oct 18, 1877. He came to Seattle in 1899. IN 1902 he worked in the Michael Earles logging camp at Port Crescent and remained there 10 years. He moved to Barnston, WA and worked in the woods four years.

Mr. Johnson returned the county in 1914 and purchased a farm in the Salt Creek district at Joyce where he had resided and farmed since. He married Lina Nelson in Seattle March 4, 1904. Mr. Johnson was a member of the Eagles and Odd Fellows Lodges.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lina Johnson, Joyce; 2 daughters, Miss Emily Johnson, Seattle, and Mrs. Margaret Ellis, Joyce; a son-in-law, Orben Ellis, Joyce; sister Mrs. Emma Carlson, Sweden; and 2 brothers, Leonard Johnson, Falls City, Washington; and Oscar Johnson, Sweden.

R. M. Johnson ( d Mar 14, 1936 )

Funeral services for the late R M Johnson, 56, widely known Freshwater resident, were held this afternoon at 2 from the McDonald Funeral Home. Rev. E H Beilstein officiating. Burial was in Mt. Angeles Cemetery.

Mr. Johnson passed away suddenly at his home in the Freshwater district Saturday morning. He had been recovering from a fracture of a neck vertebra sustained in a fall about 5 weeks ago but was stricken by heart failure Saturday and died unexpectedly.

Mr. Johnson lived at Freshwater 28 years. He was born at Almonte, Ontario, on May 1, 1879. On April 17, 1905 he was married to Anna Schmidt at Philadelphia. The couple went to California where they lived until 1908, when they came here and established their home at Freshwater.

Mr. Johnson was long a prominent resident of his district west of Port Angeles and took a leading part in many community affairs. He was one of the citizens instrumental in forming the Crescent Consolidated School District at Joyce and instigated organization of the Strait Power and Light Company, serving the rural section. He was secretary of the company at the time of his passing.

The freshwater man was a county road supervisor and a state highway department employee over a considerable period of years. He was a long time member of the Eden and Pomona Granges, in which he was active.

Surviving relatives include his wife, Mrs. Anna L Johnson of Freshwater; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy A McMahan of Port Angeles; a son, Lester M Johnson of Longview; a sister, Mrs. William McFadden, Port Angeles; a brother, Charles A Johnson, Seattle and 5 grandchildren.

Sophia E. Poquette Snecal Johnson ( d 18 June 1932 )

Mrs. Sophia E Johnson, 76, for 70 years a resident of Clallam County, died at the family homestead at Port Crescent last Saturday, June 18. Funeral services are to be held at 10am Wednesday at the Catholic Church under the direction of the Dewey Lyden Company, funeral directors, with Father Bernard Neary, OSB., officiating. Burial will be in the Port Crescent Cemetery.

Born at Fort Simpson, northern British Columbia, Dec 12, 1855, Sophia Poquette came to Dungeness when she was 6 years of age, landing there in 1862. She resided at Dungeness until her marriage to Ralph Snacal [thus] when she moved to Port Crescent, homesteading there and living on the old homestead until her death.

The late Mrs. Johnson was an interesting pioneer character and her 70 years residence here placed her among the oldest inhabitants of Clallam County. The venerable woman lived to see many changes in the county. When she went to Port Crescent to live there was no means of transportation except by trail or boat. Produce from the farm was sold to Victoria and taken there by canoe and sailing sloop. She saw the rise of Port Crescent from a small logging camp to quite a city with hopes of being a metropolis and saw the place go back to the "ghost town" it now is. Though all the changes, Mrs. Johnson lived on the old homestead, a short distance east of the Port Crescent road, and watched the sea and the mountains from her house, built of Filion mill lumber 35 years ago and taken by team to the farm over the old Burlingame Road.

Mrs. Johnson was the mother of 13 children, 6 of whom are still living. The children are: Mrs. Flevvie Wheeler, Joyce; Herman Johnson of Arlington, WA; Samuel Snecal, Seattle; Mrs. Alice McDonald and Mrs. W S Miller, Joyce. There are 9 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

Webster A Johnson ( d May 1, 1969 )

Funeral services for Webster A Johnson, sr., 69, Neah Bay, will be in the Neah Bay Presbyterian Church 2pm Monday, with the Rev. George Patterson officiating. Mr. Johnson died in Port Angeles Thursday.

Born Aug 24, 1889 at Neah Bay to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mr. Johnson attended school there. Until the late 1920's he hunted fur seals in the Ozette area and was one of the last tribal members who hunted seals as an occupation. He later worked during the winter on a steamboat in this area and was a commercial fisherman in summer.

He was married to Susan Lazzar in Neah Bay, Mar 17, 1945. Mr. Johnson was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Neah Bay, Fishermans Co-Op, and the Makah Tribe.

Surviving are the widow, Susan; sons Webster Johnson, Jr., with the US Army, Tonly Johnson, Neah Bay; stepsons, James Cooper, Sooke, BC, William Lazzar, Port Angeles; a stepdaughter Annabelle Hicks, Port Townsend; brother Corbett Johnson, Sr., Neah Bay; a grandson and several nieces and nephews.

Burial will be in Neah Bay Cemetery under the direction of Harper Funeral Home. Pallbearers are: William Lazzar, Patrick Wilkie, Jr., Spencer McCarty, John McCarty, Ronald Butler, Wayne Johnson. Honorary pallbearers are Hal George, Emil Swan, Levi Swan and Bob Soneke.

Sarah Lester Jones ( d Dec 1, 1939 )

Mrs. Sarah Lester Jones, 92, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H N McLaughlin, 601 W 7th, Friday evening after an illness of 2 weeks. She had lived in Clallam County 50 years.

Mrs. Jones was born Dec 26, 1846 in England, coming to Chicago with her parents, at the age of 2. She was married to Eben Jones March 1, 1868 in Fairbault, MN. They came to Twin and took up a homestead in 1889 and lived there for 20 years. After his death in 1909 she moved to Port Angeles and has resided here ever since.

She was loving mother and devoted most of her life to her family. She was respected and loved by all who knew her. She was a member of the Episcopal church in England.

Private funeral services will be held from the McDonald Funeral Home Monday at 2pm with Rev. C. E. Fulmer reading the service and burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery.

Besides a host of friends who mourn her passing she leaves to survive her 6 daughters, Mrs. Stella Purdy, Auburn, WN; Mrs. Richard Fulton, Alberta, Canada; Mrs. Lily Markwell, Auburn, WN; Mrs. H N McLaughlin, Port Angeles; Mrs. C E Johnson, Port Angeles; Mrs. R D McLaughin, Olympia, WA; 1 brother, Moe Dungay, Portland, OR; 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchildren .

Katherine I Rhodefer Jordan ( d Jul 15, 1997 )

PORT ANGELES--Memorial service for Peninsula centenarian Katherine I Jordan, 103, Port Angeles will be at 2pm Saturday in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church with Rev. David Storm officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Memorial Park. Mrs. Jordan died Tuesday July 15, 1997 in Port Angeles.

She was born May 7, 1894 in Hennessey, OK to Samuel and Mary (Tiller) Rhodefer. In 1897 she moved from Oklahoma to Sequim, where she completed the 8th grade.

After moving to Port Angeles in 1931, she owned and operated Home Grocery on First and Peabody Sts. and was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. She married Jordan; he died in 1962.

Mrs. Jordan's survivors include daughter Emily Dilling of Port Angeles; 4 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Sons Neil Knapman, daughter Dorothy Bruseau, brother Clyde and William Rhodefer and sister Pearl Simdars preceded her in death.

Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.