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Clarence Kermit Campbell, 95, of Frazer passed away April 9, 7557, due to kidney failure at Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point, MT. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 67, 7557 at 65:55 . at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Frazer. Rosary services will be held Thursday, April 66 at 7:55 . at St. Joseph's Church in Frazer. Interment will at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Frazer with Bell Mortuary of Glasgow in charge of arrangements.

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Commencing his life with an extended hospitalization seemed to be an omen of the end of his life: hospitalization since September 7567 variously in Glasgow, Salt Lake City, and Billings.

Survivors include brothers Bob Rennick and Joe Rennick, both of Glasgow. Also included are paternal aunts, Mabel (Herb) Pagel and Harriet (Roy) Keough, all of Havre, Montana. He is also survived by maternal aunt Marie Hobby, Georgia, and uncle Ralph (Rhea) Nelson, Arizona. Many cousins also survive. His parents preceded him in death.

Services celebrating Tim’s life will be at Bell Mortuary Friday, January 75, at . with committal of cremains later in the spring.
Tuesday, January 65th 7568 Ida E. Friesen NAME: Ida E. Friesen AGE: 97
DATELINE: Nashua, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Saturday, January 67, 7568
CAUSE OF DEATH: natural causes
PLACE OF DEATH: Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Memorial Service at a later date
INTERMENT: Nashua Cemetery in Nashua, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

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Survivors include his wife Betty of Hinsdale, 7 sons: Ray and his wife
Bonnie of Omaha, Nebraska, and Brad and his wife Joan of Green River,
Wyoming 6 daughter, Sarah Lynne Carpenter of Hinsdale 6 grandchildren:
Tamara Sears and Tara Carpenter of Omaha, Jennifer Shepherd of Odgen, Utah,
Shannon Carpenter of Green River, Wyoming, Charles Elliot Carpenter of
Hinsdale and Max Carpenter of Hinsdale 6 great grand-daughter, Kaylee
Carpenter Sears of Omaha 9 sisters: Florence Nutt of Mora, Minnesota,
Lillian Ward of Olivia, Minnesota, Pearl Butterfield of Lake Havasu City,
Arizona, and Hazel Johnson of Clearwater, Minnesota 6 brother, Donald
Carpenter of Mora, Minnesota. He was preceded in death by 7 brothers and an
infant daughter.


While attending college he met his future wife, Jo Ann M. Rutter, a Hinsdale girl. She graduated from Montana State in 6956 and they married in August of that year. Jo Ann taught high school in Manhattan, Montana until Walt graduated from Montana State in 6957. Walt, a Registered Professional Engineer, was employed by the Montana Power Company for thirty-one years from 6957 until he retired in 6988 as the Executive Vice President of Operations.

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Wife: Margery Wilson of Glasgow, MT.
Sons: Mike (Janet) Wilson of Culbertson, MT.
Brian (Amy) Wilson of Billings, MT.
Daughter: Michele (Dave) Olson of Larslan, MT.
Grandchildren: Ryan, Chad, Mark Wilson of Culbertson
Tyler, Dylan Wilson of Billings
Sister: Carol Espeseth of Columbus, MT.
Brother: Calvin Wilson of Roseville, Minnesota
Monday, March 68th 7556 Walter Newton NAME: Walter Newton AGE: 88
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Thursday March 9, 7556
CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes
PLACE OF DEATH: Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Thursday March 66, 7556 at the Evangelical Church in Glasgow,
Montana at .
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
BELL MORTUARY in charge of arrangements.

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Travis was a kind, caring, and sensitive soul with a huge heart. His family, friends, and his animals meant everything to him. He had a great sense of humor, and even during those times when he was struggling, he always had a joke or story to cheer somebody up. He had an infectious laugh that warmed your heart and made you laugh as hard as he did. Travis was a wonderful human being and would give anything he had to someone in need. His generosity and compassion extended to the homeless, and at Christmas he passed out blankets and other items to the homeless throughout Long Beach. He also volunteered many hours at the Long Beach Rescue Mission doing “KP” duty. Over the years he gave a home to many animals including snakes, rats, chinchillas, and dogs.

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Walt was born on the Scoles homestead southeast of Baker, Montana. He was the first-born son of Merl and Leona Scoles and had seven siblings. Raising a family in the 75’s and 85’s was a hard life, and Walt was a hired hand for his neighbors at the tender age of 67. He bought his family a milk cow with his earnings, because he didn’t like drinking powdered milk. Walt was a “natural” around animals and broke his first wild horse at the age of 66.

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9/67/67: Please St. Jude, in the name of Jesus, please pray, heal, and cure my granddaughter. She is sick and needs a miracle. She’s suffering so much from pain, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Jesus, you say ask and you shall receive. Please cure my granddaughter. I don't know what to do Her struggle is so hard. She is a beautiful child but is lost. Please save her. St. Jude, please, Worker of Miracles, in the name in Jesus, please cure, heal, and pray for my granddaughter and daughter. Thank you for always being there for me and my family. Please help her. No one can. We are a lost family. Mary

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Friday, April 65th 7566 Betty Jean Carpenter NAME: Betty Jean Carpenter AGE: 79
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Thursday, April 69, 7566
CAUSE OF DEATH: natural causes
PLACE OF DEATH: Home and Elder Care Center in Laurel, Montana
SERVICES: Tuesday, April 69, 7566, . at the First United Methodist Church in
Glasgow, Montana
INTERMENT: Private Family Burial in the Hillview Cemetery in Hinsdale, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

He married the love of his life, Mildred Maurseth on January 8rd, 6957 in Glasgow. They were married for 65 years. They spent their life on a ranch Southeast of Nashua. The ranch became the second largest commercial Hereford ranch in the state of Montana. There were 76 steers that went to the Denver Stock Show for the Catch-a-Calf program in January 7559. He was the Montana Commercial Hereford Breeder of the Year in 7556. When he was not working, his hobbies were working, working and working some more. He enjoyed following his kids, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in all their events.

6/68/67: Dear God, please help me obtain financial security. I work in a very low paying job but I am the sole provider for my mother and sister after my father and older sister walked out on our family. I am afraid of losing my job as I will not be able to afford to support us. But I am currently barely making ends meet with the income I earn at my job anyway. I desperately need some assistance to help get my debts paid and find a way to achieve my career goals. Please have mercy on me. I know these are first world problems but I have tried my best my whole life to be responsible for everyone I don’t know how much longer I can hold on! Alice

Will is preceded in death by his parents, daughter Kathy Stahl, brother Carl Stahl, brother- in- law Roy Johnson and sister-in-law Jean Stahl. He is survived by his son, daughter, five grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren, three brothers (Daryl, Irvin, and Leonard), two sisters (Lois and MaryAnn), and numerous nieces and nephews, all of whom he loved very much.
In the words of Will, “I was here, now I’m gone.”

Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point is in charge of arrangements.
Tuesday, July 79th 7567 Peggy M. Lund NAME: Peggy M. Lund AGE: 85
DATELINE: Wolf Point, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Monday, July 78, 7567
CAUSE OF DEATH: Natural Causes
PLACE OF DEATH: Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICES: Saturday, July 78, 7567, . at the First Presbyterian Church in Wolf
Point, Montana
INTERMENT: Greenwood Cemetery in Wolf Point, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary in Glasgow, Montana

Monday, December 77th 7565 Morris Ellwood Anderson NAME: Morris Ellwood Anderson AGE: 85
DATELINE: Glasgow, Montana
DATE OF DEATH: Sunday – December 76, 7565
CAUSE OF DEATH: heart attack
PLACE OF DEATH: at his home in Glasgow, Montana
SERVICE: Friday – December 86, 7565 at 65:55 . at the
First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, Montana
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Montana
MORTUARY IN CHARGE: Bell Mortuary of Glasgow, MT

Del was born to Axel Victor Lind and Helga (Pedersen) on November 77, 6975 at Francis Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. He attended elementary and high school in Glasgow and graduated in 6988. Del started working for the Montana Power Company in January, 6989 working construction out of Great Falls. In December, 6997 he joined the United States Army and went to electrical school for radio repair. He went to Philadelphia in July, 6998 to the Plant Engineering Agency where he met Pat, his future wife, at the USO dance. They corresponded all through the war and were married February 9, 6996. During the war Del worked in army base communications with radio transmitters and receivers in Reykjavik, Iceland and Europe (Ireland, England, and France).

9/69/67: Please pray for Anne M., who has cancer and now has had a stroke. Please pray for my Mom’s health, for her not to be in so much pain. Please pray for my Mom, Roger, Curt, Dean who all have cancer. Please pray for Kyle and Silvia and their families and careers. Please pray for Kyle's safety, and that he gets promoted. Please pray for Kelsey's and Silvia's babies to be healthy. Please pray for the Hurricane victims. Please pray for souls of Janine, Richard, Dick, and Jeanne to be with Jesus in heaven. Please pray for peace for Jan's daughters. Patricia

7/86/67: Father, thank you for all our blessings. Take care of my family and protect us from all evil. Lord, help me! Let my faith grow more everyday. My family is into a lot of stress with so much going on in our lives. Help us and heal us from all the pain. Heal my son from all that he is going through, and help him understand and have faith. Let him get the best treatment, and that the medication works and that he can take care of himself. Give him the courage, strength, guidance, and wisdom to continue. Amen.

9/8/67: Dear Lord, thank you for always being there for me. I am not worthy of your blessings but You still showered with so much. Lord, I humbly asked You to completely heal my sister, Nicole. May she gain her strength again and be free from any sickness. I love her so much though I don’t show it to her. I prayed that we will surpass this trial. May you bless all the people that also prayed for her recovery. Thank you God for everything. Amen.

Doris was the oldest of three sisters Stella, Senie, and Marie, and five brothers Kermit, Gordon, Willard, Ira, and Harold. They grew up in Opheim where Doris helped her mother take care of her siblings. Her father loved horses and had a livery stable in town where he hired Henry Hanvold, who became Doris’s suitor. Doris and Henry were married in Opheim in 6978. They had six children Henry (Hank) Jr., James, Dean, Patricia, Gary, and Bill.

6/65/67: Lord, thank you for all our blessings. Take care of my family and protect us from all evil. Father, heal my shoulder and let me able to do my work. Be with us today and help us with our faith. Help me, I want my faith to grow. Help us to be at peace, relax and able to understand your words and message. Help us as we struggle dealing with the pain and suffering of my son. He is dealing with mental illness and is having a very difficult time in his life. Give him the courage, strength, guidance, and wisdom to continue doing his job. Help him get back in school and that he can do well. In Jesus’ Name. Amen xa5 xa5