Washington County, Idaho Obituaries


(McCLATCH Newspaper Services)

AUBURN (Placer Co.) Jan 30, 1937—Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 P.M. in the East Lawn Cemetery Chapel in Sacramento for Mrs. Sarah Padan, 81, of Auburn, who died last night at her home.

The deceased was a native of Yolo County. She was the mother of Mrs. Norma Padan, Sacramento teacher and E. H. Paden, principal of the Vacaville Elementary School. Mrs. Padan formerly resided in Chico.

Weiser Semi-Weekly Signal, Weiser, IdahoThursday, February 26, 1920
Prominent Young Farmer in the prime of Life by Pneumonia

It is indeed with a sense of deep regret that we record the death of George W. Day, one of Sunnyside’s prominent young farmers, who passed from this life 9 o’clock Wednesday evening, February 25. He was taken with influenza about a week ago and although every precaution was taken to avoid serious consequences, pneumonia set in and he was unable to understand the ravages of the dread malady.

George W. Day was born January 27, 1883, and was 37 years and 28 days old at the time of his death. He came here from Oregon in 1885 and on July 2, 1905, was married to Martha Pearl Glasscock. To them a son, Aubrey L. Day, now aged 11 years was born. His parents were Leander and Annie Day. The father passed away many years ago, but his mother, now Mrs. G. W. Triplow, and a brother, Jesse W. Day survive. The wife and little son are left to mourn his untimely death. All were with him in his last hours except his brother, Jesse, who is expected to arrive from Bend, Oregon., this evening.

Funeral services will be held at the Christian church tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 2 o’clock. Elder Adamson officiating and interment will take place at Hillcrest cemetery.

George Day was a man of exceptionally fine qualities. Above, the average in intelligence, he was proficient in all matters of interest to the community, especially effecting the interest of the farmers. He was a good natured companion, kind and indulgent in his home and a man of exemplary habits. He was member of the Christian church and was faithful in the performance of his service to the Master. He also held membership (unreadable).
The grief stricken mother, wife, son and brother have our heartfelt sympathy and the sympathy of the community.

Updated 20 Sep 2008