Published as it appeared on March 17, 1908, in the Corvallis Gazette, Page 1, Column 6.
Mrs. Jerry Nunan died in Portland, Sunday afternoon, and the remains are to be brought to Corvallis tomorrow noon and taken at once to the Newton cemetery for interment. Deceased was a sister of the first wife of Judge E. Woodward of this city. Mr. Nunan was one of the best known newspaper men in Oregon.
Published as it appeared on March 20, 1908, in the Corvallis Gazette, Page 3, Column 4.
The remains of the late Mrs. Jerry Nunan arrived from Portland, Wednesday, noon, accompanied by the husband, two children and numerous relatives. The casket was opened at the depot to give old friends in Corvallis an opportunity for a final look at the deceased. Many beautiful floral pieces were sent by numerous newspapers of the state, Mr. Nunan being one of the best known newspaper men in Oregon. Among the relatives from a distance who were present at the funeral, Wednesday were: Mrs. Addie Thompson of Seattle, Mr. Alvira Matheny of Tacoma and Mrs. Quick of Halsey, all sisters of the departed, the only other sister who could not be present being Nettie Spencer, of Berlin, Germany. Mrs. Nunan was in girlhood Miss Cinnie Allen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Allen, pioneers of Benton county who came to Oregon in ‘47. She was 55 years of age and her death was due to pneumonia. The remains were interred at Newton cemetery. The survivors are the husband, Jerry Nunan, and two children, Cenetta and Paul.