Stanley County, South Dakota
Aberdeen American (18 Apr. 1911) transcribed by FoFG MZ
James Hall, aged 87 years, died last Saturday morning at his home in Fort Pierre, of heart failure.
He was the father of R. I. Hall of this city who left for there Saturday evening. The funeral will be held today.
Mr. Hall was an old settler in the Black Hills, coming there in the early ‘80’s. His wife and three children survive him, R. I. Hall of this city, Chester Hall of Faith and Mrs. Cresham of Fort Pierre.
Aberdeen Daily News (13 Dec. 1911) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Miss Harriet Klein died recently at Hayes from the effects of typhoid fever. She was seventeen years of age. The remains were taken to Pella, Ia., for burial.
Memorial Folder for ZeEtta K. Blaseg
Submitted by Jacque McDonnell
ZeEtta K. Nation was born February 20,1913, on a farm near Arroll in Texas County, Missouri, to John and Margaret (Franks) Nation and died September 8,2003, at the Highmore Healthcare Center, Highmore, South Dakota, at the age of 90 years, six months and 18 days.
The Nation family moved to Illinois Township in Hyde County, South Dakota, in November, 1919 and moved to Ree Heights in 1927. She attended high school at Ree Heights until her junior year, when she contracted Scarlet and Rheumatic fever, which nearly took her life.
She was united in marriage to Walter Frank Blaseg on June 28,1933, at the Presbyterian parsonage in Miller. To this union, three children were born: Verlin Frank, Robert Walter and Maria Jean.
She was a talented and very capable lady, whose job history included setting type at the Ree Heights Review newspaper; selling homes at Anderson Trailer Sales in Ft. Pierre; running the Ree Heights Cafe; caretaker of the Ree Heights Auditorium; and managing a laundromat in Mitchell, but above all, she was a homemaker. She was an active member of the Ree Heights Church and the Ree Heights Auxiliary, helped with 4-H groups, Sunday School and Bible School and was known for her crafts and always being willing to give a hand with anything.
Inurnment: Morningside Cemetery, Ree Heights, South Dakota
(information on surviviors omitted due to privacy concerns)