Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Friday, March 14, 1924
H. H. Wall [Wahl] Dead
Pioneer Resident of Gifford Victim of Heart Trouble.
Gifford, March 13 - H. H. Wall, a well known rancher who resides a half mile north of Gifford, died this morning of heart failure. Mr. Wall was 73 years and 6 days old and had been enjoying good health. Funeral services will be held either Saturday or Sunday at the family home.
Mr. Wall was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and has been a resident of the Gifford prairie for the past 16 years, coming here from Portland. Eight children, four sons and four daughters, survive.
The sons who survive are: William Wall, Forest Grove, Ore.; Bert Wall, Clarkston; Frank Wall, Western, Wash., and Roy Wall, Gifford. The daughters surviving are: Mrs. Nellie Fitza, Blain, Ore.; Mrs. May Irmler, Cornelius, Ore.; Mrs. Ethel Correl, Culdesac, and Mrs. Maud Lough, Gifford. A brother, F. L. Wall of Peck, also survives.
All the sons and daughters are on the way to Gifford, and the funeral will be held Saturday if all arrive in time, otherwise the service will be held Sunday.
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Rev. Kuhnley Returns
Rev. J. P. Kuhnley returned yesterday from Gifford where he went to conduct the funeral of Hardin H. Wahl, who passed away March 13. The deceased was the father of Albert H. Wahl of Clarkston.