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Harris, Rosalie Ann Wilkinson: Walking On

Klamath Falls, Oregon

Funeral services were held for ROSALIE ANN WILKINSON HARRIS, 78, on October 7, at Saint Pius X Catholic Church. Rosalie was born September 11, 1933, in a tipi at the round up village during the Pendleton Round Up. She passed away October 3, 2011, at her home.
   
Rosalie was a Chief Joseph Days Princess, and she won the 1949 Pendleton Round Up senior beauty contest. She attended Saint Andrews, Chemawa Indian School and graduated from Pendleton High School in 1952. Over the past thirty years, Rosalie was a Registered Medical Technician, which she loved practicing. She helped establish the Siletz Indian health clinic laboratory in Siletz, Oregon. She retired at the age of 55. She enjoyed traveling, theater, golfing, annual tipi camping at the family site on the Imnaha River, and annually attending and participating n the Pendleton Round Up. She was a charter member of St. Pius X and regularly cleaned the church on Fridays when she was a young woman. (Confederated Umatilla Journal, November 2011)
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