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9 THE JEWELL COUNTY POST Thursday, November 28, 1996 Thompson band, Raymond, Seligman. Music was provided by Rev. Mo.; seven grandchildren; 15 Thaddeus Hinkle. soloist, and LesterLeRoyThompsonwas great-grandchildren; twostep- Mrs. Jon Menhusen, organist. April 20, 1910, at great grandchildren; other Casket bearers were Keith and died Nov. 17, relat/ves and friends. VanWey, Dwight Megli, Bud at Belleville Health Care Funeral services were Nov. Zadina. Bob Burda, Paul at the age of 86 years, 19, 1996, at the BellevilleVanWey, and Marvin Loomis. months, and 27 days. He Wesleyan Church with PastorInterment was in Mount ofLeotis & Clark Struebing officiating. Hope Cemetery, Mankato. The (Rich) Thompson. Burial was in Mt. Hope Ceme- family suggests memorials to 22, 1930, Lester was tery, Mankato. Jewell County Hospital, or in marriage to Vesta Myers at Mankato. To Verneda Seems Harmony United Methodist Church, both of Mankato. union was born three Verneda M. Seems, the Melby Mortuary, Mankato, Ormal Ray, Orls youngest daughter of eight was in charge ofarra ements. and Cheryl Lynn. children was born to Ira Day- spent his formative ton and Elizabeth LaDow County, north- VanWey, July 9, 1913, on a Adeline Morris of Mankato, on the family farm in JeweU County. She Adeline E. Morris was born until moving to Ames to died Nov. 19, 1996, at the age Sept. 15, 1920 in Formoso and dairy. In 1957, they of 83 years, four months, and she died Nov. 22, 1996. their farming operaUon I0 days. Mrs. Morris was united in where Verneda was educated at marriage to Eldon (Pete) Mor- Was head custodian at the the Pleasant Hill District No. risJan21, 1940. Theymoved Wesleyan College. 59 Grade School, Jewell to St. Helens, Ore. in 1955. the college closed, County and attended one year She worked at Kerrs Variety moved back to Mankato at the Athens High School. Store and also Columbia Dis- of the Jewell She married Raymond trict Hospital, where she re- In1979, they Seems Nov. 15. 1933, and totired in 1977 to enjoy her this union was born two sons, grandchildren. She was in- ' and was employed by Ray and Ralph. volved in bowling, quilting, and BeUeville Health Care Verneda was a homemaker dollmaking in St. Helens. Ore. as a custodian and and enjoyed her flowers and a and continued these activities person. He re- small vegetable garden. Sheas a "snowbird" in Phoenix, due to the failing of his was always proud of her auto- Ariz. e. mobiles that she owned overSurviving are her husband, 1988, failing health theyears, lnheryoungeryears, Pete, St. Helens, Ore.; chil- md Vesta made she and Raymond would enjoydren: Johnny Morris, ' to enter a nursing going to polka dances. Gresham, Ore., Jerry Morris. chose to make She was preceded in death Bellevue, Wash. Judy Sisco, BelIeville Health Care by her parents, four brothers, St. Helens, Ore.; sister, Eloise as their final home on three sisters, her husband,Rockey, Arizona, and Ruby Raymond, Oct. 20, 1987, andLang, Idaho; brothers, Edwin preceded in death two sons, Ray, Nov. 29, 1986, Dunstan and Ralph Dunstan, Vesta, in 1994; his and Ralph, March 14, 1979. both of Formoso; nine grand- ,Gaylord;hisfirst- Survivors include ,we children; and 15 great-grand- son, Ormal; his parents,granddaughters: Tami Burk- children. a granddaughter, Rita hart, andTracIBurks, Salem,A memorial service was Nov. Ledbetter. Ore.; twogreat-grandchildren; 27, 1996 at Columbia Funeral is survived by two chit-other relatives and friends. Home, St. Helens, Ore. Ade- one son, Otis E. Th- Fux eral services were Nov.line's final resting place is the and wife, Corrine, 21. 1996, from Harmony Yankton HiUcrest Cemetery. and one daughter, United Methodist Church with L. Anderson, and hus- Pastor Kendal Utt officiating. ,Dick's in a Holiday Trading Mood m Super Trade-Ins on a Store Full of Inventory Just In Time for Christmas! Glider Rockers * Sofas * Recliners * Swivel Rockers * Secti ,nals Bedroom Sets Mattresses Hutches * "/'able and Chair Sets Oak Roll'Ibp Desks Microwaves Refrigerators Ranges Washers and Dryers Oak Entertainment Centers TVs VCRs 106 N Commercial Mankato 913,378-3123 pl,*' i.. e Reita Wild Relta Elizabeth Folsom Gilbert Wild. the daughter of George H. and Addle Hlbbard Folsom. was born Oct. 24. 1910. in Athens Township. jewell County. near Ionia. She died Nov. 17. 1996. at Denver. Colo.. at the Hospice Porter Care. at the age of 86 years. Reita grew up on the farm and attended North Athens Grade School and graduated from Athen Rural High School in 1927. She taught two years at North Athens Grade School. After a year's travel across the U.S to the Northwest. and visiting relatives in Washing- ton State. she entered nurse's training at St. Lukes Hospital, Denver. Colo.. in 1931. receiv- ing her R.N. degree in 1934. The next year. she took a post graduate course in hospital administration. June 7. 1936, Reita was united in marriage with Glen H. Gilbert in Denver, Colo. Thus becoming the mother of Lois Jean, age 3, and Donald M., age 1, whose mother had died. One son, George R., was bom to this union. The family resided in Den- ver during Reitas nursing career while she held nursing supervisory and head nurse positions and did parivate duty nursing. A few of her notable private duty patients were then Governor Ralph Cart, Colo- rado, Dr. Florence Sabin, Mrs. Charles Boettcher St., and J. Edgar Smith then the owner of the Shirley Savoy Hotel. During the war years. Reita was an instructor for the Red Cross nursing classes and she assisted in teaching the Li- censed Practical Nurses through Opportunity school when the LPN school first began. At the same time, she was the coach for the St. Lukes student Nurses' girls basket- ball team and also was one of . he referees for the city girls basketball teams. Reita lovingly cared for her husband until he died Feb. 14, 1960. Au Iu,qt 1961. Re,a married Joseph W. Wild. They enjoyed bpendlng hours at theft Woodland Park Moun- tain home adm/ring Pikes Peak and the outdoors. After 30 years of marriage, Joe d/ed Nov. 30. 1990 at Denver. Colo. Relta was a member of Denver Central Christian Church s/x e 1932. after hay- tng transferred her member- ship from lon/a Chrtstlan Church. She was in the Order of the Eastern Star, hoidmg the office of Matron of Inspira- tlonChapterNo. 107. In 1951, Social Order ofthe Beauceant, presJdent In 1967; Colorado Private Duty Nurses Assocla- Uon. the State president for one term. She was an avid bowler for 40 years, holding offices In many leagues. She was also former President, St. Lukes Hospital Alumnae As- sociation. She belonged to Central Christian Church's Friday Book Club. She held numerous offices and pres/s- tent several times. Sewing. knitting, crochet- ing and crafts were her favor- ite pastimes, and she enjoyed making many things for her club projects. Survivors include a son, George Gilbert, and wife, Dorothy, Lakewood; three step- children, Lois Greenberg. Cin- cinnati. Ohio, Don Gilbert. and wife. Irene. Denver. and JcJmne Wild McGruder. and husband. Frank, Aurora; 14 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Glen Gilbert and Joseph Wild. her parents. one brother, Curtis Folsom, and one grandchild, Kevin Gilbert. Memorial serv/ces Nov. 20. 1996 at the Central Chrts- tian Church, Denver, Colo. Contributions can be made to "Night Templar Assoc." Eye- bank. c/o Gilbert Carlton, 1614 Welton Rm. #503, Den- ver. CO 80202. 000 T/p$ Home for the holidays Time gets incredibly tight during the holidays, especially if you're playing both cook and hostess. These tips will help squeeze a bit more time out of this busy season: Cooking the turkey and the stuffing sepa- rately can save time and ener- gy since an unstuffed bird cooks in less time and guarantees cooking. even Design a cooking timetable to avoid a last-minute rush. Don't do it all yourself, either. When guests offer to bring a dish--let them! But be specilic about what you really need. Adding one more stuffing dish to a table already stuffed full isn't going to make either you or the guest bringing the unneeded dish feel very festive. Holiday dinners usually mean lots of mashed potatoes so get out your crockery cooker to help with the party. 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