Zena May Herres Â· of Jesus Christ of Zena May Herres, 7,1, died Tuesday at the Hillcrest Haven Nursing Home in Pocatullo fol- 10 Mrf.%Â£rlei ln vS born J M . 1, 1898, m St. Francis, Kan., the .daughter of James K. and Minnie Francis Smith Crandall. They moved to Idaho Falls In 1906 and she has resided in Idaho Fall sand Blackfoot most the t i m e since then. She married George J. Herres in December, 1920. lie died in July, 1D28. She was a member of the LDS C h u r c h , member of the .Salvation A She loved needlework and writing writing and wrote some poetry. Surviving are three sons, Herres and George Herres, Blackfoot, and Alfred Herres, Idaho Falls; seven grandchildren grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; five brothers and three sisters, Allen Crandall, Manhattan, Manhattan, Kan.; Louis Crandall, Alfred C. Crandall, and Mrs. Mary Lawson, all ofldaho Falls; Merven CrandnI],Sa)tLakeCity; James K. Crandall, Pocatello; luAii, focateiio; Mrs. Qeulah Chandler, Port 2 ' Townsend, Wash.; and Mrs. [,u- cille Chandler, SterlinE, Colo, Funeral services will be con- ducted at 2 p.m. Friday at so " Saridberg-Ilill Funeral chapel Bishop Edward C, Cook of the Groveland Ward. Burial will in the Hose Hill Cemetery, Fails. The f a m i l y will receive from T to 0 p.m. today at the funeral home.