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In March of 2014, after a serious illness, when she could no longer live on her own, she was moved to the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Floyd and Carol Jenks, north of Spirit Lake, Idaho.While there, she loved to watch all the wildlife that could occasionally be seen in their front yard.During this time her favorite adventures included going out for breakfast and on long drives, which she did with her oldest son, Donald.She was preceded in death by her mother and father; her sisters and brother, Lillian, Doris, Oscar Jr. She moved to Wenatchee, WA, with her family when she was three years old.Hilda's work as a teacher continued her tradition of excellence in education.
At age 15, he was among one of the first groups of young artists to attend the Wallowa County Educational Camp held by Alvin Josephy and family. Upon returning home to the Nez Perce Reservation, he worked for the Potlatch Corp.
and Delores; her first husband, William Clark Jenks and second husband, George Eugene Smith; and her youngest son, George Lee Smith, who preceded her in death by just one week. They later moved to Cashmere, WA, where she graduated from Cashmere High School in 1965.
She leaves behind a legacy of smiles and laughter that will never be forgotten. Betty was a member of several square dance clubs in Germany and Georgia.
In 1956 she was remarried, to George Eugene Smith, and they had one son, George Lee.
Most of her life was devoted to her three sons, giving them a sense of pride for who they were and instilling in them a proper respect for the strong woman that she was.
During those years, she worked with her mother doing laundry for the Civilian Conservation Corps workers who were stationed at the Elk Creek CCC Camp. During the next eight years she and the boys lived with her older sister and brother-in-law, Doris and Willis Grimm, where one of her favorite chores was to drive the team of horses while helping put up hay for the livestock.