GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                     Wednesday July 31, 1995

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Alice H. Miller

  HARLEN - Alics (Hay) Miller, 64, died at home Tuesday respiratory

complications.

  Services are 11 a.m. Friday in Harlem American Lutheran Church with burial in

Harlem Cemetary. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is handling arrangements.

  Millerwas born July 12, 1932, in Savoy. She graduated from Harlem High School

in 1950, and married Jay C. Miller on July 5, 1952, in Harlem.

  Miller worked at Buttrey Foods and the Handy Market in Harlem. Her hobbies

included working in her garden and bingo.

  She is survived by her husband; son Victor Miller of Harlem; daughters Carla

Chambers of Harlem and Pam Conatser and Darla Berg of Havre; brothers Blaine

Hay and Bill Hay of Harlem and Dick Hay of Miles City; sisters Mary Belle Liese

of Turner, Jean Neely and Ethyle Birdwell of Havre, and Gloria Miller of

Chinook; and six grandchildren.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                        Wednesday July 31, 1996

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ALICE H. MILLER

  HARLEM - Alice H. Miller, 64, died at the family residence in Harlem, July

30, 1996, due tp respiratory complications.

  Funeral service 11 a.m. are Friday Aug. 2, in the Harlem Cemetery.

  Miller was born to Dan and Edna(Rich) Hay on July 12, 1932, in Harlem and

graduated from Harlem High School in 1950.

  She worked at Buttrey Foofs and the Handy Market in Harlem off and on to help

out.

  She loved to work in her garden and play bingo.

  She married Jay C. Miller on July 5, 1952, in Harlem.

  She is survived by her husband, Jay C. Miller of Harlem; one son, Victor

Miller of Harlem; daughters, Carla Chambers of Harlem, Pam Conatser and Darla

Berg, both of Havre; six grandchildren; brothers, Blaine Hay and Bill Hay, both

of Harlem, Dick Hay of Miles City; sisters, Mary Belle Liese of Turner, Jean

Neely and Ethyle Birdwell, both of Havre, Gloria Miller of Chinook; and many

nieces and nephews.

  Arrangements by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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THE SENTINEL                                          Wednesday August 7, 1996

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ALICE H. MILLER

  HARLEM - Alice H. Miller, 64, died at the family residence in Harlem, July

30, 1996, due tp respiratory complications.

  Miller was born to Dan and Edna(Rich) Hay on July 12, 1932, in Harlem and

graduated from Harlem High School in 1950.

  She worked at Buttrey Foofs and the Handy Market in Harlem off and on to help

out.

  She loved to work in her garden and play bingo.

  She married Jay C. Miller on July 5, 1952, in Harlem.

  She is survived by her husband, Jay C. Miller of Harlem; one son, Victor

Miller of Harlem; daughters, Carla Chambers of Harlem, Pam Conatser and Darla

Berg, both of Havre; six grandchildren; brothers, Blaine Hay and Bill Hay, bothof Harlem, Dick Hay of Miles City; sisters, Mary Belle Liese of Turner, Jean

Neely and Ethyle Birdwell, both of Havre, Gloria Miller of Chinook; and many

nieces and nephews.

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