Funeral Services For Mrs. Jennie Thompson are rteld
For Mrs. Jennie
Thompson are rteld
Til* Harald — Bonnrri Ferry. Idaho
Thursday, Auguit IS. 1*61 — P»0* 7
'ift the hospital and nursing wing for
She was born on November 16,
Funeral services for Mrs. Jenni 1882, in Sauk Center, Minn., the
Thompson were to be held yester- daughter of David wiAltha Walker
day in Mohall, N.'Dak., with inter- Geyer. She married%Euas Thompson
ment to follow in Grano -cemetery there in 1901 and in 1902 the couple
there. Mrs. Thompson,. a resident of moved-to North Dakota where they
Boundary county for 14 years, pass- homestea_ded. IJe ~ preceded her in
ed away at Community hospital. death in 1991 anflMhe following year
August 8th. She had been a patient she moved to Banners Ferry.
Eight of her 12 children survive
The bride was given in marriage her, including four sons, Roy and
by her father. -Serving as best man Wyraan of Moyie Springs, David
was Mike McKean ' of Aberdeen, of Great Falls, and Lester of PuyalWash., and ushers were Bryon Bud- lup. Wash.; and four daughters, Mrs.
enick of Seattle and Peter Ugstad Daisy Olson of Orofino, Mrs. violet
brother of the bride. v, iA ot ifrrlTeigen of Maxbass, ;N. Dak,, Mrs.
A . reception was held at UHnJFannie
of Eureka, r-.n*
church following the ceremony. The Mrs. Inez Bertelson of Everett,
four-tiered weddihg^ake was bak- Wash.; also 36 grandchildren, 36
ed, decorated and served by,Mrs great grandchildreri and several
Lester Poston._Punch__was^_poured great great grandchildren, ,
by Judy Poston and coffee by Mrs. A short service for *iift^6Hlily was
Chris Taft. Mrs. Myrtle Maggi, Miss held last Saturday at Hillcrest
Drane-Skarr and Miss-Sharon Me Memorial chapel, with Rev. Barrel
1C7Hn--wera._ih charge of -the gif Iwerks officiating.
table, and Claudia-Branson had thi
Following a wedding trip thi
couple will ..reside at 726 Dale St,
(-Woodland, WSsh. The bride will
teach music at Amboy, Wash., and
the brideg/qom will teach history
at ,Longview high school.