Fast Family Album, 2005.015.0001

The Marion County Historical Society received a donation of materials documenting the lives of the Fast family of Salem in 2005.  Our volunteer has cataloged the materials which include a wealth of information about members of the family and Salem in general.  In all over 1600 names are mentioned in the materials (see list at end of this article).   Of particular interest were the photo and autograph albums which appear to document Leona Fast’s time at the Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital (1936-1938).  We have digitized the album.  You can see the images of the pages here.

Fast Family Information

By Sandy Bond

Parents of Lloyd Allen Fast

John H. Fast was born March 22, 1884 in Kansas and died November 1, 1956 in Salem, Marion, Oregon.    He died at his Salem home having had a heart ailment the last four years.  He married Anna A. Bartel  on January 4, 1912in Eakley, Caddo County, Oklahoma, at one of their parents homes.  She was born December 12, 1889 in Marion, Hillsboro County, Kansas and died July 22, 1975 in Dallas, Polk County, Oregon, at a nursing home.  According to Anna’s birth certificate she was the first born of twins.

Soon after their marriage, the couple moved from Caddo County, Oklahoma to Blaine County, Montana.  In 1920 they moved to Salem, Marion County, Oregon where they lived until their deaths.

Both John and son Lloyd Fast kept all of their mortgage paperwork:

1912 – John sold his brother Isaac property in Caddo County, Oklahoma.
1916 – John purchased 60 acres in Hydro, Blaine County, Montana, various property transactions between 1916 and 1918 in Montana.
1926 – John has cancelled mortgage for 134 S. Liberty Street, Salem, Marion County, Oregon.
1930 – 1936 – John Purchased property from T.B. and Cora M. Kay – later appears to have sold off parcels of this property, identified as “Kay Addition” parcels.
1937 – John, July 23, purchased 604 N. 17th St., Salem, Marion County, Oregon.  Property tax records kept from 1937 – 1954.
1953 – Lloyd, “a single man”, purchased property at 3125 E. Frederick, Salem, Marion County, Oregon.
1957 – three years after John’s death, Anna turned over the N. 17th St. property to Lloyd.  She continued to live there with Lloyd.
1965 – Lloyd and mother Anna purchase property at 1938 Evergreen Avenue N.E. in Salem.  Notes indicate that Lloyd sold it about 1990.  Salem City Directory shows Lloyd still living there in 1993.  Anna lived here until she moved into a nursing home in Dallas, Polk County, Oregon where she lived until her death in 1974.
1994 – Lloyd was living at 3604 Pioneer Dr SE, Salem, Marion County, Oregon (Salem City Directory).  By his death in 2004 he was living in a nursing home in Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.

John Fast worked in the kitchen at Hotel Marion in Salem for over 30 years.  He retired from this employment, likely about 1946-1949 (John was 62 in 1946).  In 1930 and 1940 he was a dishwasher there.

Anna was a cannery worker.  She was a member of the Cannery Warehousemen Food Processors Local Union 670 from 1946 to 1952 based on her union card.  Anna spent 15 days in Salem General Hospital in May of 1952 over two stays and then in December of 1953 she spent 9 days.  The invoices from the hospital give no indication of her ailment.

Between 1934 and 1944, John and Anna had the challenge of helping their three children cope with tuberculosis and their stays in the Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital treatment.  Records of Anna and the children record treatments, health status including:  height and weight, notes about conversations with doctors,  and visitors at the hospital.  The family kept an album of pictures during that time that document patients, visitors, staff, and buildings.

The family belonged to the Kingwood Bible Church at 1125 Elm Street N.W., Salem, Oregon.  All are buried at Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem, Oregon.

John Fast’s brother, Isaac, married Anna’s sister, Amanda Bartel.  Isaac and Amanda also moved to Salem where Isaac operated Isaac and Sons Grocery on Portland Road.

John and Anna Fast and their children are found in the following U. S. Census records:

Census Location Information
1920 U. S. Census  Hydro, Blaine County, Kansas -          John -35, Anna -31, Leona – 2 1/12-          Farming
1930 U.S. Census  Salem, Marion County, Oregon -          John -46, Anne – 41, Leona -12, Lloyd- 7-          John is a dishwasher at the Hotel Marion in Salem.

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1940 U. S. Census  Salem, Marion County, Oregon -          John – 56, Annie – 50, Lloyd – 18, Leona (ab) 22.-          John was a hotel dishwasher who made $500, working 48 weeks, in 1939

-          Anna listed as working at home, Lloyd attending school

-          Leona was identified as unable to work however was a typist at a health office, earning $38 over 8 weeks in 1939.

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John Fast Obituary

Death Claims John H. Fast–John H. Fast, 72, a retired Hotel Marion employee, died in his sleep Thursday morning at his Salem home, 604 N. 17th St. He had had a heart ailment the past four years.
Services will be Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Howell-Edwards Chapel. The Rev. Frank Wiens will officiate at concluding services in Jason Lee Cemetery.
Fast, who arrived in Salem 35 years ago, worked in the Hotel Marion kitchen. He was born in Hillsboro, Kan., March 22, 1884, and was married there in 1912 to the former Anna Bartel. He was a member of the King-wood Bible church.
Survivors are his widow; a son, Lloyd Fast, Salem, and three brothers, Daniel Fast, Corvallis, Jacob Fast, Chicago, and Henry Fast, San Jose, Calif.”

OS Nov 2, 1956 18:5-6 (bio source: Oregon Pioneers Website) Findagrave.com

Anna Fast Obituary

Anna B. Fast, 85, of 1938 Evergreen Ave. NE, died Tuesday in a Dallas nursing home.
She was born in Kansas and lived in Montana before moving to Salem in 1920.
She is survived by son Boyd and brother Arthur Bartel, both Salem; two sisters.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Rev. Allan Tscheigg and Larry Nickel officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Memorial Mission Fund at Kingwood Bible Church.

OS Jul 23, 1975 21:1 (bio source: Oregon Pioneers Website)  findagrave.com

John and Anna had three children.

Name Sex Event Date Description
Leona Fast F BirthDeath

 

1917May 16, 1949 Blaine, MontanaSalem, Marion County, Oregon

Age 35

 

Lloyd Allen Fast M BirthDeath May 24, 1922May 26, 2004 Salem, Marion County, OregonDallas, Polk County, Oregon

(Oregon Death Index indicates death in Marion County)

Age 82

 

Martha Fast F BirthDeath July 9, 1923October 31, 1936 Salem, Marion County, OregonSalem, Marion County, Oregon

Age 13

 

 

Leona Fast

Leona attended Grand Elementary for the first year and a half of school.  When the family moved to 17th St. she attended Englewood.  She attended Parrish Middle School and Salem High School.

She was hospitalized in the Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital, between 1936  and 1938, at about age 18.  She was sometimes allowed to visit her sister Martha who was also hospitalized there.   She was quarantined on August 8, 1936 for Scarlet Fever.

While she was at the hospital she passed the time collecting poetry, strange human interest stories and autographs of family, friends, hospital staff and other patients.  In her autograph books she makes notations of when people were admitted and released from the hospital, who died and who married.  She pasted in pictures of some of her patient friends.  Leona participated in occupational rehabilitation at the hospital.  At age 23, about the time Leona was released from the hospital, she was 5’ 3” tall and weighed 130 pounds.

In 1946 she was employed at the Railway Express Agency in Salem.  She died at age 35 due to complications of the tuberculosis and may have had a heart condition.    Her last scrapbook included get-well cards collected from November 1948 up until her death in May of 1949.

Leona Fast Obituary

Leona Fast, 31, at the residence, 604 N. 175th st., May 16.  Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fast, Salem; brother Lloyd Fast, Salem.  Member of the Kingwood bible church.  Services will be held Monday May 23, at 3 p.m. at the Howell-Edwards chapel with the Rev. A. A. Loewen officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission Cemetery.

OS May 19, 1949 13:3 (bio source: Oregon Pioneers Website) Findagrave.com

 

Lloyd Allen Fast

Lloyd attended Englewood Grade School.  His six grade report card has a note from the teacher encouraging him to “do much reading at home.”  He attended junior high at Parrish Middle School.

Lloyd graduated with the Salem High School class of 1941, a class with a record size of 518 Seniors.  One of his classmates was Thomas Kay, grandson of the founder of Thomas Kay Woolen Mills.   Lloyd majored in business classes, taking bookkeeping, corporate accounting, cost accounting, commercial law and salesmanship class in which he achieved good grades.

Lloyd was hospitalized in the Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital in 1938, overlapping his sister Leona’s stay there.   He also appears to have been hospitalized there again on March 4, 1944.

After graduating, Lloyd attended Merritt Davis School of Business.  He graduated from his accounting courses July 12, 1946.

Lloyd had had a Vocational Rehabilitation Service Membership Card from Oregon Physicians Service dated May 1, 1947.  It appears he  received vocational rehabilitation as part of their tuberculosis treatment.

Lloyd’s drivers license in 1952 shows him to be 5’ 11 ½” tall and weighing 170 pounds.  He had brown hair and blue eyes.

Salem City Directory records show that by 1974 he worked for the Oregon State Department of Revenue.  He had a business card for his position at the State of Oregon Tax Commission, Accounting Division,  Withholding Tax Section.

Lloyds’ funeral was held at Kingwood Bible Church based on a funeral notice in the Statesman Journal on June 1, 2004, the day of the funeral.  The Oregon Death Index lists no surviving spouse.  There is a picture of Lloyd in 1956 wearing an Oregon Centennial tie and posing with two children.  There is no notation on the picture to indicate whether the children belonged to him or someone else.

Salem City Directory shows Lloyd living at 1938 Evergreen Street N.E. in Salem, Oregon in 1974 and 1993. His mother was also living there in 1974.

Martha Fast

She attended Englewood grade school. Based on information on her death certificate, she was diagnosed with tuberculosis in 1934.  She was hospitalized in the Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital in June of 1936.  In a letter to her mother in July of 1936 she is begging for her mother to bring her more peanut butter, she is nearly out.  She mentions the peanut butter multiple times in the letter.

In October of 1936, Leona wrote of her sister:  “Martha told Mother Sunday she knew she was saved now and she wasn’t afraid if she would die.”  Anna Fast’s notes on Martha’s progress show that the doctors had indicated in June that her lungs were almost gone and the tuberculosis was in her stomach and intestines.

Martha Fast ObituaryDaughter of John H Fast & Anna Bartel

At the residence, 1220 N. 18th, Oct. 31, Martha Fast, aged 13 years. Survived by father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fast, sister, Leona Fast and brother, Floyd Fast, all of Salem. Funeral services will be held from the W. T. Rigdon Co. Chapel Sunday, Nov. 8, at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission Cemetery.

OS Nov 4, 1936 6:3 (bio source: Oregon Pioneers Website) Findagrave.com

List of Names included in the Fast Family Materials (Alpha by Last Name):

Abst, Raymond
Ackling, Elsie
Adams, Hal Benson
Adams, Shirley
Adinger, Helen
Aeibi, Roy
Akers, Darleen
Akers, Helen
Albin, William
Alexander, Ralph
Allen, Lila
Allenhort, Ronny
Allgood, Gloria Loris
Alspaugh, Dot
Alt, Raymond
Amack, Anna Marcella
Amend, Maxine Marie
Ames, Crystal
Anderson, Delores
Anderson, Doris Lee
Anderson, Dr. Lloyd T.
Anderson, Eleanor
Anderson, Genevieve
Anderson, Peter
Andrade, Airl
Andrews, Lois Irene
Arensmeier, Purl
Arensmeier, Ralph
Armstrong, Doretta
Armstrong, Duke
Armstrong, Phil
Armstrong, Raymond Albert
Armstrong, Wendell Melvin
Arneson, Cleone
Arnold, Dorothy Mae
Arnold, Lewis
Arnold, Marvin
Arnold, Sylvia
Arthur, Dorothy
Ashbaugh, Kreta Fae
Ashford, Jason Feller
Askey, Glenn
Atchison, Mrs.
Atkins, Lenabelle Henrietta
Austin, Helen
Ayers, Lucille
Aylett, Eva Mae
Baily, Laura
Baker, Anna
Baker, Elmer
Baker, James Alonzo
Baker, Margaret Ann
Baker, Mary Glennys
Baker, Murray
Baker, Robert
Baldwin, Elizabeth
Bales, Evlina
Ball, Frieda
Baltimore, Phyllis
Balzer, Helen
Balzer, Irvin
Balzer, Marie
Balzer, Verna
Barber, Averil
Barber, Rick
Barber, William
Barclay, Robert
Barham, Lawrence Walter
Barker, Adeline
Barker, Roy Ernest
Barnwell, Lola Bernice
Barrick, Donald Leon
Bartel, Bena
Bartel, Dr. Fred
Bartel, Emma
Bartel, G. H.
Bartel, L. H.
Bartel, Susan S.
Bartell, Dorothy
Bartell, Leone Marie
Bartholomew, Vivian
Bass, Pete
Bassett, Ramon
Bastian, Milton Lester
Batdorf, Robert LeRoy
Bates, Dale Arthur
Bates, David
Bates, Marjorie Jean
BAtes, Nancy
Bates, Walter
Baton, Leo Luther
Batson, Ilona
Beach, Mildred June
Beal, Raymond
Beall, Florine Elizabeth
Beard, James
Beard, Jim
Beardsley, Alvin Walter
Beckner, Gary
Beebe, Guy Stayton
Beecroft, Donald Edward
Behrens, Lucille Mae
Beier, Celeste Rose
Beier, Harry
Beilke, Ronagene
Bell, Alice
Bell, Barbara Jane
Bellinger, Dr. G. C.
Bello, Agustino Benjamin
Bender, Kenneth
Bennett, Frank B.
Bennett, Mary Edith
Bennett, Robert
Benstien, Rose Marie
Bentson, Clifford
Bergsvik, Marjorie Ann
Berndt, Ruth
Beutler, Lillian
Beutler, Neil
Bier, Otto
Biles, Dale
Birch, Burrell Elton
Birch, Ronald
Bishop, Judy
Black, Merwin Earl
Blackburn, Agnes Mills
Blake, Benjamin Robert
Blake, Dorothy Louise
Blumenstein Jr.
Blundell, Eulalia
Boardman, Robert Rieder
Boatman, Bruce
Boe, Jean
Boehringer, Lucille Mae
Boetger, Janette
Bohannon, Roy Robert
Boise, Edith
Bolin, C. B.
Bolin, Clarence
Bolin, Esther
Bolt, William
Bonney, Kelly
Bontrager, Robert
Boock, Howard
Boone, Zelma Frances
Bosell, H. E.
Bosell, Hjalmer
Bosten, Loren
Bourshon, Emma Lee
Bowelle, Ruth
Bower, Donald Leland
Bowershon, Emma Lee
Bowerson, Maybelle
Bowersox, Belle
Bowersox, Bessie
Bowes, William Asbury
Bowman, Walter
Boyd, Henry Frank
Boyle, Marian Harriet
Brabek, Mary Jane
Bradshaw, Frederick Gale
Brady, Arthur
Brady, Byron
Breithaupt, Earnest
Bremer, Helen
Brenaman, Barbara A’Laine
Brennan, Grace
Bressler, Marjorie Jeanne
Bressler, Milton Alvin
Brewer, Imogene
Brieggs, Marjorie
Briggs, Claude Mellnotte
Briggs, Marjorie
Broer, Esther
Broer, Kathleen
Brooks, M. C.
Brown, Audrey Gearldine
Brown, Harold
Brown, Hattie
Brown, Lewis Raymond
Brown, Lyle Cassimar
Brown, Neil
Brown, Stan
Brown, Willie
Browns, Zeral
Brundidge, Nelta Ilene
Bryson, Frank
Buehling, Fred
Buell, Jessie
Buhler, Ruth
Bull, Earl
Bull, Gerald
Bull, Lucille
Bumm, Delma
Bunger, Leonard
Bunn, B. W.
Bunn, Delma
Bunn, Doralee
Burnham, Mildred Marie
Burns, A. L.
Burns, Roy Wellington
Burrell, Francis Jean
Burroughs, Betty Maxine
Buskirk, Ruth Van
Butler, Gretchen I.
Buxton, Marjorie C.
Byerley, Thomas
Bynum, Lorraine
Byrd, William Henry
Cadicall, Marean
Caldbeck, Olive
Caldbeck, Ruth
Caldwell, I. N.
Caldwell, Russell
Calkins, Loma
Callahan, Donald J.
Callahan, James
Calvert, Ulyssa
Cameron, Marjorie Ellen
Campbell, Echo Bernice
Campbell, Zilpha Priscilla
Canham, Hazel
Caplan, Mary Christine
Carkin, Jean Alice
Carlson, Elfie
Carlson, Eunice
Carson, Willard Franklin
Carter, Margaret Ann
Casey, Emery
Casteel, Richard Earl
Casto, Mary Elizabeth
Castro, Ray
Cates, Ray
Chan, Eleanor
Charge, John
Chase, Peg
Cherry, Barbara Lee
Childs, Betty Louise
Chisholm, Holly
Chorpenicy, C. D.
Chrisman, Maxine R.
Christofferson, George Fremont
Christofferson, Gerald O.
Christofferson, Richard
Clark, Arlene
Clark, Ivan Dale
Clark, Jimmey Waldo
Clark, Marjorie
Clark, Mary Etta
Clark, Matttie
Clarke, F. D.
Clatterbuck, Marvin
Clatterbuck, Phyllis
Clausen, Helen
Clement, Dan
Cleveland, Rolland
Clibborn, Ron
Cline, Helen Aldinger
Cline, Melvin
Clipfell, Georgee
Cobine, Lena
Cochran, Dan
Cochran, Rev. W. Earl
Cochran, Rosemary
Cochrane, Oakley
Coe, Milton
Coenenberg, June Annette
Colbath, Ben
Colbath, Benjamin Cyril
Colbath, Cyril
Cole, Kenneth
Cole, Mary
Cole,Esther
Coleman, Lee
Collar, Edyth Myrna
Collett, Fritz
Collett, Walter
Collins, Evelyn June
Combs, Verlin Eldon
Connelly, Ray
Cook, Carol Virginia
Cook, Floyd
Cooks, Roy
Cooley, Byron
Cooley, Michael
Cooley, Orval
Coon, Connie May
Cooper, Hazel Louanna
Cooper, Violet Irene
Corbett, Wayne
Cording, Carl
Cornforth, Guy Baldwin
Crabb, Gladys
Crabb, J. A.
Crabb, Laura
Crabb,, Gladys
Crabtree, Bob
Crabtree, Dale
Craig, Phyllis
Crandell, James
Crawford, Harlan
Creech, Ila Mae
Creed, Gertrude
Cretsinger, Kenneth
Crippen, Caroline
Croghan, William Duane
Cross, Laurine Marie
Cross, Lee
Cross, Ray
Cross, Robert
Cross, Vera
Cross, Woodford
Cunningham, Marjorie Mae
Cupp, Virginia Lorraine
Currie, Orla
Curry, Marion
Curtis, IrenGolden, Veva
Curtis, Wally
Custer, Margaret
Cutler, Robert
Dahlstrom, Winifred Nancy
Dalke, Herbert
Dallas, Edna
Damon, Howard
Dasch, Robert Alfred
Davidson, Cloydine Evelyn
Davis, Ava Mae
Davis, Dewey F.
Davis, George
Davis, Jacquelyn
Davis, Kelly Earl
Davis, Lillian
Davis, Marjorie Bernadine
Davis, Mary Elizabeth
Davis, Merritt
Davis, Myrtle
Davison, L.
DeBau, Carroll W.
DeBau, Howard
DeBoard, Donald
DeBoard, Irene
Deker, Esther Pauline
DeLapp, Glenn
DeLapp, Kathy
DeLapp, Perry Melvin
Delk, Ben
Derry, Agnes
Derry, H. A.
Derwing, Clara
DeVault, Ruth
DeVilliers, Rev. Richard
Deyoe, Ella
Dick, Anna
Dick, Bertha
Dick, Dorothy
Dick, H. Alvin
Dick, Hilda
Dick, John
Dick, Rev. H. H.
Dick, Sarah
Dierks, Anna
Dierks, Evelyn Jean
Dierks, Milton
Dierks, Richard
Dietz, Edward patrick
Dobell, Helen Doris
Doerken, Lee
Doerksen, Abe
Doerksen, D. R.
Doerksen, Mary
Doerr, Ruth
Dolese, Leona
Domes, Delbert
Domogalla, Charles
Donaldson, Jeanne Marcelle
Doss, Gladys Rose
Dotson, U. S.
Dougall, Larry
Doughton, Doris Elizabeth
Doughton, Millard McClure
Douglas, Robert Conrad
Douglass, Larch
Drews, Leon
Drill, Rev. Guy L.
Drorbaugh, Daryl
Duffy, Florence Elizabeth
Dulaney, Mary Lois
Dunn, Florence
Dunsmoor, Bob
Durham, H. F.
DuVal, Jeanne
Eadelman, Faith
Eagen, Neal
Earnest, C. W.
East, Emma Lou
Ebihira, May
Eby, D. M.
Ede, Jimmie
Edenfield, Bruce
Edge, Carrie
Edge, Margaret
Edigeof, Lloyd
Ediger, Sarah
Edmundson, Helen R.
Edwards, Charleen Ruth
Edwards, Cleda Mae
Edwards, Mae
Egeland, Oscar
Einfeldt, Frank John
Eley, Dorothy
Elfberg, Millard James
Elliott, Jean Ellen
Elliott, Orpha
Ellis, LaVon Louise
Ellis, Opal
Elsasser, Florence
Elsey, Quinton Bim
Engahl, Ruth Dierks
Engdahl, Otto
Engdahl, Ruth
Engel, Dorothy Beatrie
Enger, Maxine Elizabeth
England, Harlyn Beverly
Engleman, Bette Ann
Enos, Edith
Epley, Hollis Keith
Erickson, Gustava
Erickson, Winnie Caroline
Erion, Robert Lee
Erwert, Peter
Esson, Edna
Esterberg, Gordon
Evanson, Fred
Evenson, David Donald
Everett,  Willow
Ewing, Ralph Philip
Fadenrecht, Martha
Fast, Alvina
Fast, Amanda L.
Fast, Anna
Fast, Arthur
Fast, Chester H.
Fast, Clarence E.
Fast, H. P.
Fast, Harry
Fast, Helena
Fast, Henry P.
Fast, Isaac
Fast, Isaac
Fast, John
Fast, John H.
Fast, Leona
Fast, Lloyd Allen
Fast, Martha
Fast, Selma
Fast, Victor
Fat, Leona
Faulkner, Fred
Feasler, Eloise
Feasler, Elsie
Feller, Dorothea Althea
Felton, Duane
Ferguson, James
Fern, William
Fidler, Ruth
Fields, Verle
Fieselman, A. H.
Fink, Edna
Fischer, Edward
Fischer, Martha
Fisher, C. L.
Fisher, Edna Blanche
Fisher, Ellen A.
Fisher, Richard
Fiske, Catherine
Fiske, Diane
Fiske, Johanna
Fiske, Ray
Fiske, Robert
Fiskens, Mary
Flagg, Erma Louise
Fleischmann, Don
Fletcher, Stephen
Flickinger, Leland
Flower, Lorene Rhea
Floyd, Eilene
Focht, Barbara
Fodenrecht, Helen
Folk, Otto
Forden, Bettty
Forkner, Maude
Forrette, Anna
Forster, Robert Phillip
Forsythe, Margaret Grace
Foster, David
Foster, Vernon
Fox, Dr. Irving A.
Fox, Mabel Elizaeth
Francois, Yvonne
Frederickson, Helen Ernestine
Freeman, Milton Valdimar
Frey, Aldene Corine
Frickey, H. B.
Friesen, Ben
Friesen, Ella
Friesen, Elsie
Friesen, John P.
Friesen, Louise Rich
Friesen, Martha
Friesen, Pearl Helen
Friesen, Victor
Friesen, Walter
Frink, Anna
Froelich, Werna orothy
Fromm, Elnora
Fry, Herb
Fuller, Cynthia
Fuller, Marion
Fulmer, Shirley LaVerne
Funk, Edna
Funk, Esther E.
Funk, Jacob
Fupetta, Frida
Furber, Norma
Furumasu, Tami
Gage, Leona M.
Gahlsdorf, Richard
Gallagher, Betty Mae
Gallagher, Robert
Galloway, Wallace
Gamer, Bertha A.
Gammon, Lydia
Gannaway, T. G.
Gannaway, Tom G.
Gant, Winifred Evetta
Garner, Florence Stella
Garner, Robert Dean
Garrett, Cleon
Garrett, Lillian
Garrigues, Meda
Gartner, Anna Marie
Gemmell, Roscoe
Gemunder, Katherine
Gerig, Beulah
Gerig, Jacob
Gerin, Erval
Geyman, Dorcie
Gibbs, Hannah
Gibbs, Jessie J.
Gibson, Dorothy
Gibson, George A.
Gibson, John
Gill, Charles
Gillespie, Alma
Gilliam, William Elmer
Gilman, Albert
Gilman, Gerald
Gilman, Stanley
Glover, Dorothy Jean
Goeller, Harry
Goeller, Paul
Goeller, Pete
Goffirer, Alice
Goffrier, A. F.
Goffrier, John A.
Goffrier, Robin
Goodloe, David
Goodwin, Pauline
Gookin, Verle
Goracke, Veana Jeanne
Goracke, Verna Jeane
Gordon, Bruce, Griffith
Gordon, Clare
Gorsline, Ralph
Gower,  Rev. Mike
Gower, Michael S.
Graber, Albert
Graber, Glenn
Graber, Joseph
Grace, Jerry
Graden, Cora
Graf, Robert
Gragg, Minnie
Graham, Francis
Graham, Francis
Grant, Sadie
Grebe, Gail
Gregg, Earl
Gregory, Audra
Gregson, Lois
Grice, Irene Eloise
Griebenow, Agnes
Griffith, Helen
Gubick, Rose
Guenther, Steve
Guerin, Erval
Guering, Katherine
Guerinn, Erval
Guiring, Helen
Gulbrandson, Earl
Gulick, Edith
Guthrie, Lorraine Eugenia
Habernicht, William Rienert
Hacker, Bunny
Hackett, Russell Allan
Hadden, Joe
Hadden, Joyce
Hadley, Elaine
Haikura, Helen
Hain, Jeannette
Hainesworth, John
Haldeman, Bessie
Hall, Edna Alberta
Hall, George A.
Hall, Sam
Halvorsen, Rev. Arlin
Hamilton, Joan
Hamilton, Rod
Hamm, Anne
Hamm, David Jr.
Hamm, Esther
Hamm, Henry
Hamm, Lena
Hamm, Marge
Hamm, Martha
Hamm, Mary
Hamm, Tena
Hamm, Vernon Henry
Hammer, Bessie
Hammond, May
Hampshire, Wilbur Lewis
Hansen, Alvin Peter
Hansen, Anna
Hansen, Doris May
Hansen, Ingvard
Hanson, Harlan Stanley
Hanson, John
Harby, Ruby
Harder, Chris
Harkness, Maxine
Harland, Ellery, William
Harmon, L. V.
Harper, Myron
Harrington, Buck
Harris, Bertah
Harris, Harlan H.
Hart, Adda
Hart, Eunice
Hart, Henry
Hart, Mary Ellen
hartle, Guy M.
Hartner, Ella
Hartner, Lou Ella
Hartwell, Jim
Haselton, John
Haskell, Mary
Haskins, Corinna
Hastings, Elizabeth Ann
Hatfield, Helen
Hatfield, Jim Clyde
Hatfield, Mark O.
Hathaway, Barbara Hope
Hauser, Peter
Haverland, Clarence
Hay, Dan
Hay, Joe
Hay, John
Hayden, Judge Miller B.
Haynes, Richard Glen
Haytack, Ben
Heacock, William
Hedburg, Chester
Hedges, Merle
Heenk, Dick
Heikkita, Wesley
Heinz, Donald
Heinz, Margaret
Helvie, Les
Henry, Edris
Henry, Edris Ethel
Herbert, Ira
Herboga, Maggie
Herring, Roxie
Hicks, Arlene Faye
Hiebert, Lydia
Hiebert, N. N.
Hiebert, Rosella
Hiebert, Susie
Hiebert, Viola
Higdon, Bill
Higgins, Patricia
Hilderbrands, Gary
Hill, Robert
Hilligoss, Glyn
Hindman, R. S.
Hinshaw, Edna
Hirschy, Nancy Belle
Hjort, Robert
Hobaugh, Mary
Hoffert, Anne
Hofstetter, Gordon Hans
Hofstetter, Grover Lee
Hogg, Elizabeth
Hogue, Leah
Holden, William
Holder, Edna
Holland, Esther
Hollenbeck, Ann
Holly, Agatha
Holly, Bartholomew
Holly, George
Holt, Harold Keith
Holt, John Aubrey
Hoogerhyde, Anna elle
Hooten, Dave
Hoover, Rosalie
Hopkins, Leon
Hopkins, M. Leon
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Hughes, Frances Elizabeth
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Hughes, Ida
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Jackson, Bill
Jackson, Lloyd Lermon
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Jackson, Phillip Andrew
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Jacobson, Vern
James, Frank
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Jefferson, Bertram Willard
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Johnson, Duane
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Johnson, Elmer
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Johnson, Ruth
Johnson, Shirley Maxine
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Jones, Dorothy Althea
Jones, Dorothy Ellen
Jones, Lynch Davidson
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Jorgensen, Emma
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Judson, Janice Lucile
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Kay, Thomas
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Kearns, Alice Ruby
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Kelley, Ferne Lois
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Kelly, Eileen
Kelly, Mabel
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Kelly, William
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King, Kenneth
King, Lannetta Bellinger
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Kneeland, Florence
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Kodama, Jerry
Koehler, Ted
Koerner, Leona Mae
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Lantz, Cecil
Lantz, David
Lantz, Wally
Lappin, Floyd Armand
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Larsen, Joyce
Larson, Joanne
Larson, Louise Marie
Larson, Oscar M.
Larson, Wilma Mae
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Laughlin, John
Laughlin, Mary Penelope
Lawless, Robert Melroy
Lawrence, David
Lawrence, Helen Elizabeth
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LeaVelle, Frank
Lee, Clarence Roy
Lee, Don
Lee, Naomi Lovon
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Lidtke, Ruth Elnora
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Lind, Theodore
Lindstrand, Gus
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Litz, Bill
Livingston, Carl
Lloyd, Mildred Alma
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Loewen, Rev. A. A.
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Loewens, Pete
Loewens, Rubina
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Losie, Charles
Lottis, Bill
Lottis, Ken
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Lowen, Mary
Lowery, Martha Mariea
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Malone, Pat
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Mann, Glira K.
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Martin, Carrie
Martin, Lila
Martin, Victor
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Meliza, Don
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Morley, Diane
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Neff, Grace
Neidert, Virginia
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Nelson, Dorothy Ellen
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Nelson, Inez
Nelson, Lester
Nelson, Randi Laura
Nelson, Reed Herrin
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Nickel, Arthur
Nickel, Bertha
Nickel, D. M.
Nickel, Dorothy Ann
Nickel, Harvey
Nickel, Hulta
Nickel, John
Nickel, Vivian
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Noren, Pearl
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Olson, Otho Dale
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Owen, Elda
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Page, Wilmer Hennessey
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Palnick, Sandie
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Pankratz, Laura
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Papper, Juanita
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Parker, Paul
Patterson, Clayton Sherman Jr.
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Pearmine, Lester
Pearsall, Calvin
Pearsall, Jeanette
Pearson, Helen
Pearson, Madeline
Peavy, Marie Helen
Peck, Bill
Pedee, Ruby Claire
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Peters, Margaret
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Peterson, Walter
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Purdy, Robert
Purvine, Edwin C.
Purvine, Ted
Putnam, William Grey
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Pyshney, Charles
Quesseth, Cecil
Radcliff, Harvey
Radford, Lloyd
Rains, Daisy
Rains, Daisy
Ralph, Mary
Ramage, Louise
Ramseyer, David Jr.
Randall, Gordon
Rasmussen, Arlene Marie
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Ratzlaff, Becky
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Rawlins, Fred Lee
Ray, Byron LaMar
Read, Garland
Reece, Owen
Reed, Lucille Marie
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Reid, David M.
Reimann, Leo
Reimer, Eugene
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Reims, Daisy
Reischke, Ivan Louis
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Richard, Leona
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Ricketts, Barbara Ann
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Riley, John
Ripley, Ralph
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Stephens, Lucinda
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Stevens, Patsy Ruth
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Sullivan, Robert Blake
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Sun, Mary
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Talley, Phaye
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Taylor, Robert
Taylor, Ruth
Teague, Emerson
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Thiesien, Connie Ruth
Thiesien, Darlene Engdahl
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Thompson, Fred
Thompson, William Bruce
Thurman, Mary Lou
Timme, Marjorie Maxine
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Wall, Waldo
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Wallace, Fern
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Warneke, Barbara Jean
Warneke, Lyle Roger
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Weathers, Roger
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Webb, Vivian Arline
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Weinman, Marie
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Whitaker, Beatrice
Whitaker, Rev. Robert
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White, Lyle Arthur
White, Virginia
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Wicke, William
Wiebe, Herman
Wiebe, Pat
Wiebe, Paul
Wiebe, Rev. Herman
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Wiens, Victor
Wilalrd, Adele
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Wiley, Dorothy
Wiley, Janie
Wiley, Muriel
Willard, Ruth
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Willecke, H. A.
Willecke, Lydia
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Williams, Bruce
Williams, Edward Evan
Williams, Ethyl Mae
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Wiltsey, James
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