Obituary, Mollie Staley Foreman, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, November 7, 1998, page 2
     WORLAND --- Mollie Staley Foreman, 85, died Monday, Nov. 2, 1998, at her home south of Worland.
     She was born March 29, 1912, in Rocciciu, Russia, to Johann Frederick and Emilie (Deines) Staley.  She moved with her family to the United States in October 1912, settling first in Sugar City, Idaho.  In 1919, the family moved to Bayard, Neb., and then in 1930 to Worland.  She lived at Manderson, the north of Worland at the Holly Sugar Durkee farm, where she helped to cook for the farm crews.
     She married Tom Rubis and was later divorced.  She married E. H. "Bill" Foreman on March 27, 1964, at Worland.  They lived in Ten Sleep, on the Gooseberry Creek, then moved to their home in McNuttville, where she resided until her death.  Her husband died Aug. 7, 1981.  She was a skilled crocheter, and she sold, bartered and gave away many of her crochet pieces.  She also enjoyed knitting, and she always raised a large garden.  She was a former member of the Worland Eagles Auxiliary.
     She is survived by a brother, Fred Staley, of Chino, Calif.; a sister, Esther Fidak, of Upland, Calif.; six nephews, Robert Staley, of Worland, Jim Staley of, Casper, Gary Staley, of Eugene, Ore., Richard Staley, of Buffalo, Vic Staley, of Cheyenne, and Leslie Staley, of Oklahoma; and three nieces, Nancy Williams, of Riverton, Elma Jean Adams, of Bell Gardens, Calif., and Joyce Hanson, of Gillette.
     She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, brothers Henry and Victor, and sister Millie.
     Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, at Ten Sleep Cemetery, with the Rev. Buddy Surles of Zion Lutheran Church in Worland officiating.  Burial will be at Ten Sleep Cemetery.