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Page 2 Mot Jl .(-M MI JlMITy 'e  ra - May 23, 2012 ThE NEw Era on TIlt RO00b CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 16 SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 16 First-hand at Ft. Clatsop The New Era went to Ft. Clatsop, where the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery spent the winter of 1805- 1806, with Oak Heights'fourth-graders. To culminate a year-long study of Lewis and Clark and Oregon Trail history, Marybeth Angulo's and Tim Swanson's classes took an overnight trip up to Astoria to get a first-hand look at the infamous Ft. Clatsop. Also, while in the Astoria area, the students climbed the Astoria Column, hiked along the Lewis and Clark River, and stayed at Camp Rilea. The students fund-raised all of the trip costs with a can drive and a car wash. Where are you going? Taking a trip some- where (significant)? Pack along a copy of The New Era, get a picture of yourself with the newspaper in front of a landmark, and send us a photo (good quality, please) with appropriate explana- tory information to The NewEra, P.O. Box 39, Sweet Home, OR 97386, drop it by our office at 1313 Main St., or e-mail it to news@ sweethomenews.com. We'll publish it as soon as possible, generally in the order that sub- missions arrive. Please include a phone num- ber in case we need to contact you. B E RA US MIC-E- fiE I SIk I 0 CIE N 1 EIR RI RIEE--' i CIAiSJ EIRITI E 5 7 1 4 2 8 9 3 4321791;5 1 9 8 4 3 2 ]'16 325961 " 4 38 695 65931 7 746258 . 1 T 846 GUl !1 nfm00 liP? Call (541) 367-2135 (00)BITUAP,.IES Julia Hornberger March 25, 1938 - May 16, 2012 Julia Mae Homberger, 74, of Sweet Home died, May 16, 2012. She was born March 25, 1938 in Yakima, Wash. to Ray and Irene (Groff) Johnson. Mrs. Hornberger moved to Sweet Home from Klamath Falls in 2007. She enjoyed cooking, mo- torcycling, campi,ng, fishing and decorating. She is survived by her hus- band, Ted Hornberger; daughters Kimberley Rumsey of Klamath Falls and Tar- en Moynahan of Pahrump, Nev.; son Patrick Hornberger of Klamath Falls; sisters Marian Chambers and Rosa Littledeer; and brother Rob- ert Johnson; 10 granchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son, Douglas Scates; daughters Nona Jean McCoy and Debra Lynn McCoy; sister Louise Scates; and brothers Lloyd and Johnney John- son. Viewing will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 24,at Sweet Home Funeral Chapel. A funeral service is planned at 9 a.m. Friday, May 25, at Sweet Home Funeral Chapel. Final burial will be 12:30 Friday, May 25, at Willamette Na- tional Cemetery in Portland. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. Florence Keenom July 28, 1925 - May 15, 2012 Florence G. Keenom, 86, of Portland, formerly of Sweet Home, died May 15, 2012. She was born July 28, 1925 in Kansas City, Mo. to Jesse Au- with and blooms. gustus and Mary Ethel (Johnson) Barr. At less than 2 years of age she moved with her family to San Mateo, Calif. In her high school years they resettled in Sweet Home, where her father raised registered polled Hereford cattle. She spent a few years on the ranch before moving to Portland, Oregon where she be- came a nurse in the Nurse Cadet Corps. She was working at Em- manuel Hospital where she met her soon-to-be husband, William Earl Keen0m, in 1945, who had moved to the Vancouver, Wash. area from Waxahachie, Texas to work as a shipbuilder. They were married in 1946 and adopted four children be- tween 1951 and 1959. The family looked a bit like a United Nations assembly due to the many nationalities represented. Mr. Keenom, who owned his first dump truck at age 13, collected enough excavating equipment to run his own construction company from the 1950s through the late '60s, when blindness caused by his diabetes caused him to retire. Mrs. Keenom was his always-faithful business partner, who handled all the scheduling and raised the four children, who were beset with many health problems. Her nurs- ing background came into play on a regular basis. Throughout all the challenges presented by both the business and her children, she managed the whole situation with a great attitude and often sacrificing her own well-being to put husband and children first. The Keenoms and their young- est two children retired to Guada- lajara, Mexico, where Mr. Keenom died in 1974. Coming from Texas, he enjoyed the sunshine of Mexico. There is a plaque made in his hon- or and placed near where he used to sit and converse with the other residents of the trailer home park where they resided. When he died he was buried in Waxahachie in the Town Hall cemetery. Mrs. Keenom then moved with her two children to Santa Barbara, where she again worked in the nurs- ing field while putting the children through school. She also did volun- teer work for The Salvation Army, an organization whose goals she believed in very much. Her daugh- ter Sue went on to work daily in the office of Oregon's Sen. Gordon Smith. After the two youngest chil- dren left home. she moved back to Vancouver and Portland, where she lived until her passing. She will be missed by many friends and her children who all loved her very much. Private burial took place at Crawfordsville Union Cemetery. The Sweet Home Funeral Cha- pel is handling the arrangements. Dena Myers Nov. 15, 1915-May 13, 2012 Dena Alice Starr-Bottler-Hor- an-Myers, 96, died on Mother's Day, May 13, 2012, at the home of her daughter, Joyce Keeney, in Cascadia. She was born Nov. 15, 1915 in Blachly to Frank and Nina Starr. She attended elementary and high. school in that area and graduated from Triangle Lake High School. On Dec. 31, 1934, she married Frank Bottler of Portland. They continued to reside in the Blachly area, where Mr. Bottler was employed in the logging in- dustry. In 1942 they moved to Fos- ter where he continued to work as a logger until his death in a logging accident on Aug. 1, 1957. Daugh- ters Francine and Joyce were a product of this marriage. On July 3, 1958, Mrs. Bottler married Horace Horan in Foster and acquired stepchildren Leon- ard, Helen and May. After being involved in work associated in the logging industry, Mr. Horan drove a school bus the last two years be- See Deaths, page 3