Name: Dale Lloyd HANKINS
Given Name: Dale Lloyd
Birth: 31 AUG 1913 in Hinkley,Pine,Minnesota,USA
Death: 20 AUG 1978 in Emmett,Gem,Idaho,USA
!BIR-MAR-DEA: Family Record Book in possession of Nita Hankins; Emmett, ID.
ADDRESS: Mrs Nita Hankins; 3575 Pioneer Avenue; Emmett, ID: 83617. (1984)
NOTES: Wedding Announcement: "The pleasure of your company is requested at the
marriage of Jaunita Evelyn Morehouse to Mr. Dale Lloyd Hankins on Wednesday
morning, February the fourteenth Nineteen hundred and thirty-four at ten-thirty
o'clock Nazarene Church Emmett, Idaho."
Newspaper Wedding announcement: "HANKINS - MOREHOUSE Dale Hankins, son of
Otis Hankins, and Juanita Morehouse, daugher of Clarence Morehouse, were
married yesterday morning at the Nazarene Church.
"The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Grace Morehouse, as Maid of
Honor. Another sister, Miss Edith Morehouse, was bridesmaid.
"The groom was attended by two of his xlose friends, Ivan Campbell and Rex
"Miss Inez Hankins, sister of the groom, sang 'I Love You Truly', and Miss
Zelma Stalker played the wedding march.
"The marriage ceremony was spoken by Rev. I.V. Maxey of the Nazarene Church.
"Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's
Newspaper Wedding announcement: "In the presence of more than sixty relatives
and friends, Miss Juanita Evelyn Morehouse became the bride of Dale Lloyd
Hankins Wednesday morning at the Nazarene church. The impressive ring ceremony
was performed by Rev. I. V. Maxey beneath a white wedding bell suspended from
an arch. Preceding the ceremony Miss Inez Hankins, sister of the groom, sang "I
Love You Truly" and "Because," accompanied at the piano by Miss Zelma Stalker,
a cousin of the bride. The bride's attendants were her two sisters, the Misses
Grace and Edith Morehouse, and the groom was attended by Ivan and Rex Campbell.
The bridal party entered the church to the strains of Mendelssohn'ns Wedding
march played by Miss Stalker. The bride wore a tailored dress of blue wool
crepe with with black accessories and carried a boquet of roses and ferns. Miss
Grace Morehouse was attired in tan wool crepe with brown accessories and Miss
Edith's dress was of green wool crepe.
"The wedding was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents,
which was attended by thirty guests."
NOTE: Newspaper clipping with picture: "Plaques Presented for Hall of Fame -
Dairy Hall of Fame awards were presented Tuesday to two veteran Idaho dairymen.
Winner at right is Dale Hankins of Emmett. Accepting the plaque for Harold
Gilpin of Salmon, who was unable to be present, was his son-in-law, Dan
Mickelson, Grace, left. Presenting the plaques was Irvin Hart, Nampa, vice
president of the Idaho Purebred Dairy Cattle Association. Mickelson's father,
Harris Mickelson of Grace, is also a member of the Hall of Fame." 09 DEC 1970
NOTE: Newspaper Obituary: "Dale Hankins Sevices Held Here Wednesday -
Services for Dale L. Hankins, 64, Emmett, who died Sunday in a vehicle accident
northwest of Emmett, was conducted Wednesday at Potter Funeral Chapel by the
Revs. William Moore and Bob Sturtevant, Emmett Church of the Nazarene.
Interment was in the Emmett cemetery.
"He was born Aug. 31, 1913, at Hinkley, Minn. He lived in Hollywood, Calif.,
from 1927 until 1929, when he moved to Emmett. He married Jaunita Morehouse
February 14, 1934, at Emmett. He farmed and operated the Glendaray Grade A
Dairy until retiring February 1978.
"He was a member of the Emmett Church of the Nazarene and the Jersey Cattle
Club, from which he received numerous awards, and established the Gem County
Jersey Cattle Club for Youngsters. He was active in 4-H and was a Future
Farmers of America honorary chapter farmer.
"Surviving are his wife of Emmett; two sons, Lloyd of Emmett and Glen of
Tulsa, Okla.; two daughters, Carol Burkhart of Seattle and Kathleen Olson of
Kent, Wash.; a brother, Wayne of McMinnville, Ore.; three sisters, Mrs Inez
Shrock and Opal Sharp, both of McMinnville and Verna Hoffmeinster of El Centro,
Calif and 10 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two grandchildren."
NOTE: He was killed when a wagon of sweet corn turned over and fell on him on a
Jaunita Evelyn MOREHOUSE b: 20 DEC 1914 in Emmett,Gem,Idaho,USA
14 FEB 1934