Eugene Register Guard January 8,1934 page 3
Otto Ernest Adrian died at his home at 552 W. Eighth Avenue Sunday morning after a very short illness. Mr. Adrian was a butcher all of his life and had lived in Eugene since 1898.
He was born in Keinitz, Germany on November 26,1862, one of a large family. He came to America in 1886, living at Grayton,South Dakota, until the fall of 1890 when he came to Oregon. He was married at Albany on December 9 of that year. Mr and Mrs Adrian lived in Albany for eight years before moving to Eugene.
Mr. Adrian was a member of the United Lutheran church and of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Besides his widow, Mrs. Marguerita Adrian, he leaves two sons. W.H. Adrian of Springfield and Jesse A. Adrian of Portland; one daughter, Mrs. Lora Fisher of Oakland, California and four grandchildren.
Services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 O'clock in the Poole-Gray-Bartholomew chapel in Eugene. Rev. Frank S. Beistel will officiate. Members of the Eagles lodge are requested to have charge of services at the grave in the old IOOF cemetery.
Also same page off to the side is a list of upcoming meetings:
Circle meeting Changed-
The meeting of the Ruth circle of the United Lutheran church has been changed from Tuesday afternoon to Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, because of the funeral of O.E. Adrian which is to be held Tuesday.
Eugene Register Guard, December 28,1964 page 9B
Margaret Adrian, 91,
Dies Friday in Eugene
Services for Margaret Adrian, 91 who died Friday in Eugene, will be held Wednesday at 1 pm at Poole-Larsen Funeral Home, Eugene.
The Rev. W.W. LaMunyon of United Lutheran Church, Eugene, will officiate. Internment is to follow at West Lawn Cemetery.
Mrs Adrian, a 66 year resident of Eugene, had resided at Sunset Homme, 3500 Hilyard St.
She was born May 28,1873 in Germany.
Surviving are a son, Jesse, of Portland; five grandchildren,11 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
Burial records Poole-Larsen Funeral Home filed if needed.
Obituary, Oregonian,January 8,1989
Jesse also worked road construction and was a partner in a trucking firm between Portland and Eugene.
He was a member of the International Longshoreman and Warehouseman union. He also belonged to the Old Timers Association of the union.
Recitation of the rosary was said for Jesse Arthur "Pat" in the Chapel of Wilhelm funeral home, January 9,1989. Funeral services were held in the chapel, January10,1989.
Surviving Jesse were Frank B., and Laurance, both of Portland; five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.