|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1878|
|Death: ||Jun. 30, 1951|
MRS. MAY JENSEN DIES IN HOSPITAL
Mrs. May Jensen, 72, 450 East College, died Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. at an Idaho Falls hospital.
Mrs. Jensen was taken to the hospital Friday evening. Her death was the result of a heart ailment.
May Jensen was born October 2, 1879, at Holden, Utah, the daughter of Henry and Anna Teeples. She was earlier married to George Hodge in 1891 in Fillmore, Utah.
She was married to M. A. Jensen in 1908 at Blackfoot. She has lived in Idaho Falls for many years at 480 East College.
She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Ann Hansen, California; Thomas Hodge, Idaho Falls, Forest Hodge, California; Mrs. Pat Ryan, Montana; Mrs. Don Hilderbran, California; Orville Jensen, Utah; Raymond Jensen, California; ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
She is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: George Teeples, Blackfoot; Ransford Teeples, Utah; William Teeples, Utah; Mrs. Ted Radford, Idaho Falls; Mrs. William Hansen, Blackfoot; Mrs. Walter Womack, Blackfoot; Mrs. Orla Peterson Peterson, Firth and Mrs. Gussie Fillmore, Rexburg.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the LDS Fifth Ward with Bishop Clarence B. Hunter of Ninth Ward officiating. Burial will in Fielding Memorial Park.
Friends may call at the Wood Funeral Home until time of service.
-The Post Register, July 2, 1951, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. MAY TEEPLES JENSEN
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho--Funeral services for Mrs. May Teeples Jensen, 72, who died Saturday in an Idaho Falls hospital, will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Fifth Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by Clarence Hunter, Ninth Ward bishop.
Mrs. Jensen was born October 2, 1878, in Holden, Utah. She was married to George Hodge in 1897 at Fillmore, Utah. She was married to Michael A. Jensen in 1908 at Blackfoot, Idaho.
Surviving are the following sons and daughters, Mrs. Anne Hansen, Parlier, California; Thomas Hodge, Idaho Falls; Forest Hodge and Raymond Jensen, Fresno, California; Mrs. Pat Ryan, West Yellowstone, Montana; Mrs. Don Hilderbrand, Santa Rosa, California and Orville Jensen, Bountiful, Utah, also 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters; George Teeples, Blackfoot; Ransford Teeples, Salt Lake City; William Teeples, Sandy, Utah; Mrs. Ted Radford and Mrs. Jessie Gyettrup, Idaho Falls; Mrs. William Hansen and Mrs. Walter Womack, Blackfoot; Mrs. Christ Peterson, Firth and Mrs. Gussie Fillmore, Rexburg.
-Salt Lake Tribune, July 2, 1951, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
Mrs. May T. Jensen
Funeral services for Mrs. May T. Jensen, who died Saturday, were held at the Fifth Ward LDS Chapel Tuesday with Bishop Clarence Hunter of the LDS Ninth Ward officiating.
The invovcation was by Tyson Tucker and the benediction by John Radford. The obituary was by Mrs. Velma Teerlink and speakers included Elijah Clark with remarks by Bishop Hunter.
Prelude and postlude organ music was by Louise Larsen. Other music included vocal selections, "IN the Garden," "Beyond the Sunset" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere", by the Ninth Ward. Singing Mothers composed by Betty Jorgensen, Lorraine Clarke, Florence Miller, Ronella Brough, Una Tate, Virginia Johnson, with Louise Larsen is accompanist. Vocal duet, "Come, Come, Ye Saints". Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Teeples and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeples.
Pallbearers were Loren Radford, Blaine Radford, Woodrow Peterson, Reuben Peterson, Bud Womack, Glen Teeples. Floral arrangements were by the Ninth Ward Relief Society presidency, Mrs. Velma Teerlink, Mrs. Mary Hillman and Mrs. Carroll Secrist.
Dedication fo the grave was by Bud Hinckley with burial in the Fielding Memorial Park, with the Wood Funeral Home in charge. Committal services were by the Yellowstone 6, Disabled American Veterans Auxillery post with Mrs. Ella Pattee, commander; Mrts. Beulah Martin, acting chaplain; Mrs. Afton Mitchell, senior vice commander and Mrs. Nellie Bale, junior vice commander.
-The Post Register, July 5, 1951, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
MARY TEEPLES JENSEN WOODRUFF
Mary Maranda Teeples (or Aunt May as she was called) passed away on the 30th of June, 1951, at the LDS hospital of a heart attack.
She was the daughter of Henry and Ann Eliza Savage Teeples. She had also lived at 480 College Ave., Idaho Falls, Idaho, for a number of years. She had many friends and was loved by all her neighbors and associates.
She was born at Holden, Utah, Oct. 2, 1879. From there she went with her parents to Burrville, Utah in 1886.
In 1898 she married George Hodge in Coyote, Utah. They lived there two years. In 1900 they came to Idaho and located in Lorenzo. To this union were born four children, Leon, Ann, Tom and Forest. She and her husband were separated around 1905, and she worked very hard to support her small children.
In 1908 she married Michael Jensen, who owned a farm with a small house, and their first child, Urania, was born there, June 13, 1911. After Theo was born two years later they built a lovely six room house. Arville was born there in 1515 and Raymond in 1918, After the children were grown she and Michael were separated and they moved to Idaho Falls.
She later married Red Woodruff. He was a World War I veteran and he had asthma. While he was in the veterans hospital May fell and broke her leg. Just when she was up and around she got up to wait on her husband and fell and broke her arm.
Her husband's health was very poor and he did not improve, and was taken to the veterans hosptial in Boise, and he died there in the last of 1944. May stayed with him to the last.
Aunt May was kindhearted and loved her children and grandchildren very much, in fact, she was good to everyone. She has befriended many a person, and of you went to her home and admired her little trinkets she would five them to you before you left. She loved flowers and shrubs, and her yard was very beautiful. She will be missed greatly.
Her son, Leon, died a number of years ago.
Her funeral was at Fifth Ward, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on the third day of July, 1951, was was buried in Fielding Memorial Park.
She leaves the following children: Ann, Tom, Urania, Theo, Arvill and Raymond, 11 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren, to mourn her loss, as well as a host of friends.
Parents: Henry Teeples and Anna Savage Teeples
George Hodge mrd 1897 Fillmore 2. M. A. Jensen married 1908 Blackfoot, Idaho
Henry Alanson Teeples (1844 - 1904)
Annie Eliza Savage Teeples (1856 - 1940)
Annie Hodge (1902 - 1914)*
Ransford Henry Teeples (1869 - 1955)**
Jacob Edwin Teeples (1871 - 1946)**
George Ammon Teeples (1874 - 1904)**
Hannah Loretta Teeples (1875 - 1876)**
David John Teeples (1877 - 1945)*
Nephi Teeples (1877 - 1881)**
May Teeples Jensen (1878 - 1951)
Benjamin Teeples (1879 - 1882)**
Margaret Ada Teeples (1881 - 1889)**
Joseph Teeples (1881 - 1976)*
Willis Teeples (1884 - 1954)**
Belle Teeples Gjettrup (1884 - 1976)*
Huldah "Jane" Teeples Peterson (1886 - 1956)**
Eva Amanda Teeples Radford (1886 - 1976)*
Lovisa Teeples (1889 - 1906)**
Barbara Ellen Teeples Hansen (1889 - 1963)*
Augusta Ellen Teeples Fullmer (1892 - 1975)**
Julia Teeples Womack (1892 - 1971)*
Fielding Memorial Park Cemetery
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