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Independent Enterprise
Thursday, April 16, 1970
Lewis Dunning Idle, 87, Payette, died Tuesday at a Payette nursing home.

He was born July 22, 1882, at Green Bay, Ont., Canada. He moved to Clarksburg, Canada, in 1892. He married Mary E. Alcock there in 1907. They lived in Clarksburg until 1911 when they moved to Drybuck and then to Montour in 1913. He worked for the Union Pacific Railroad for 23 years. In 1946 the couple moved to Emmett. Mrs. Idle died in 1952. He married Blanche Olson at Payette in 1953, and they had made their home in Payette since.

He was a member of the First Christian Church and the Payette Floral Club.

Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Irene Tucker, Emmett and Mrs. Edna Gravelle and Mrs. Mildred York, both of Boise; a brother, Albert C. Idle, White Rock, B. C.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Dawn, Regina, Sask., and Mrs. Mercy McMullen, Armstrong, B. C.; two stepsons, Ray and Glen Olson, both of the Oregon Slope; three step-daughters, Mrs. Vernice Mogenson, Fruitland, Mrs. LaVelle Moosman, Payette, and Mrs. Barbara Attebery, Caldwell; two grandchildren and one great grandchild and one great great grandchild.

Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Shaffer-Jensen Memory Chapel in Payette by the Rev. Edward McIndoo of the Ontario First Christian Church. Graveside services were conducted at Emmett.

The family suggests memorials given to the Payette First Christian Church. (Interment Emmett Cemetery, Emmett)

Independent Enterprise
Thursday, January 01, 1942
Black Canyon Settler Dies Here

Funeral services for Henry B. Imbler, 69, Black Canyon settler, were held Wednesday morning in Roswell with the Peterson-Foster Funeral home in charge. Imbler died following a short illness at the Payette General hospital Sunday morning, December 28.

Henry B. Imbler was born on January 8, 1872 at Kirksville, Missouri. He moved to Roswell, Idaho forty years ago and made his home there until a short time ago when he purchased a farm in the Black Canyon district.

Mr. Imbler was never married and leaves no immediate relatives. A large number of friends attended his services in Roswell Wednesday.

The Argus Observer (Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon)
Wednesday, July 08, 2015 (online)
Golda Ingle, who lived in Payette, ID was called home by the Lord on July 4, 2015.

She was born on November 13, 1926 in Mayes, Oklahoma to albert and Blanch Harmon.

She was the youngest girl of 10 children.

She married Raymond Ingle on April 20, 1945 in Payette, Idaho.

From that union, their three daughters, Laura, Linda and Brenda were born.

She was known for her dedication, hard work and integrity while working for Rinellis Fruit Co., Wells and Davies and Ore-Ida Foods.

After retiring from Ore-Ida Foods, she enjoyed spending time with her family and friends.

She also enjoyed gardening, canning the food she grew, making many quilts, making Christmas candy for everyone and many other crafts.

She was a wonderful Mother, Sister, Grandmother and Friend. Everyone who knew her called her Granny.

One of her greatest joys after she had her stroke was having tea parties with her Great-Great Granddaughter Lily.

She is survived by her daughter Linda Bybee, two granddaughters, Maggie and Marcy, Six Grandsons, Robert, Charlie, Randy, Dusty, chuck and Greg. Sixteen Great Grandchildren and two very special friends, Jimmy and Jan, which were considered family to Granny.

She is preceded in death by her parents, two daughters Laura Enos and Brenda Hall, five brothers, four sisters and four son-in-laws.

She will be loved and missed by all whose lives she touched.

Per Granny’s wishes, no formal services will be held.

A celebration of life will be held on August 22, 2015 at 2:00 PM at the Portia Club in Payette. At this celebration we will enjoy one of Granny’s favorite things - DESSERTS!!!

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