Matt Rolfe, then the Plymouth leader of the Operation 513 street evangelism team, a group which practically worships Ray Comfort's (of The Way of the Master) .
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Greth Development Group Inc. to Thomas Griffen Porrazzo and Gail Russell Porrazzo and Gail Russell Porrazzo, 43 Harry Ave., $325,000. Guy David and Christiane Warnez David and Christiane Warnez David to Dennis M. Callaghan and Michelle A.
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For You: decca Years 1963-1969
Mettle of Granite County Book One Chapter Two (Part Two) Loraine M. Bentz Baker Domine. Table of contents Another family that was active in the political arena was the Page family. According to Mrs. Page’s obituary, the Richard Page family arrived in Granite on May 18, 1889. When Richard died in February 3, 1897 (headstone states 1899), Christy A. (Mrs. Richard) moved to South Philipsburg, where she lived until her death at the age of seventy two, on August 3, 1911. At the time of Christy’s death she was survived by three sons: Vatis of Philipsburg, Edward of Drummond and John R. (the legislator... ) who was living in Red Lodge at the time of her death. daughter Mrs. Her son, John R. Page, served in the Spanish American War. John was born September 12, 1880, at Harrisburg, Missouri and came to Granite, at the age of eight. He was married December 18, 1906 to Gertrude Wickersheim, of Corbin, Montana, in Boulder, Montana. They set up residence in Philipsburg and lived there most of the time, until his death. Although his obituary stated he served as a State Senator for 6 terms, this is not correct. As a Democrat, Mr. Page was elected as a State Representative in 1914 and 1916. In 1918, he was elected as a State Senator, re-elected in 1922 and lost the election to J. D. Kennedy in 1926, by fifty votes. John ran against Kennedy again in 1930 and won the senate seat back by 167 votes, then in 1934, was re-elected, over Kennedy, by almost 300 votes. He also served on the City of Philipsburg Finance Committee in 1920. After his last term as a senator, John was a mine boiler inspector until his retirement. John was serving as the Judge for the City of Philipsburg when he died. John died at his home, while getting ready for bed, on December 22, 1956. Survivors were his wife, a son Perry Page and his wife of Salt Lake City, Utah, daughters and their spouses: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Taylor Vancouver, Washington. Taylor (Mamie) Baker of Spokane, Washington. Bert (Doris) Kingery of Greenough and brother Vatis Page and his wife Eva of Philipsburg. As a veteran of the Spanish American War he belonged to the Silver Post VFW, the AF&AM Pearl Chapter, Order of Eastern Star and the Presbyterian Church. Funeral services were performed by the Masonic Temple and Pallbearers at the Philipsburg Cemetery were: Earnest McLaughlin, Jack Courtney, Everett Doe, Dr. L. R. Nesbit, Joe Beretta, and C. M. Huffman. John’s eldest son, John Page Jr. , died while his Dad was a Senator, of a throat ailment. He had been ill at the family home in Philipsburg for several days before being taken to the Hospital in Butte on July 29, where he died July 31, 1933. John Jr. graduated from Granite County High School in 1927, with athletic honors and had... was buried in the Philipsburg cemetery after funeral services at the Methodist Church. Pallbearers were: George Metcalf, Milton Doe, Leslie Herring, Harold Kaiser, Leonard Rinderknecht and Emile Perry. Honorary pallbearers were: George Grover of Anaconda. Harold Bowen, Forrest John McKenzie and Roddie McRae of Philipsburg. John’s daughter Doris, born August 26, 1911, married Ronald Pelkington, on May 28, 1928, and to that marriage was born a daughter, Lois (now Mrs. Simell died after a brief illness, at the home of his step-father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, on December 28, 1937. Ernest was born in Anaconda and as a child, also lived in Philipsburg. He served nine years in the U. S. Army and received his honorable discharge in 1934. He had lived in Philipsburg for the past two years. Funeral services were at the family home performed by Rev. He was interred in the Philipsburg cemetery. Birdie, born on September 23, 1869, in Marshall County, Iowa, died on February 8, 1919, after being ill eight days, from an abscess in the inner ear which affected the brain. She was only forty eight years, four months and fifteen days of age. Besides Vatis, she was survived by three daughters: Mrs. Ethel Lambson of Mackey, Idaho, Mrs. McClannahan of Everett, Washington and Althea Page of Philipsburg and four sons: Wallace D. Kelly in the Signal Corp in France, Vatis Jr. , Leslie and Kenneth all of Philipsburg and brother Ed Smith of Mackey, Idaho and sister Mrs. Henry Overly of Philipsburg and her mother Mrs. Frank Harvey of Mackey, Idaho. She had lived in Philipsburg for the.
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