THE HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                    Monday March 9, 1998

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ANDREW F. GILBERT

  CHINOOK - Andrew F. Gilbert, 87, died Friday, March 6, 1998, at a Great Falls nursing home of natural causes.

  Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday, March 12, in Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Chinook with nurial following in Kuper Memorial Cemetery.

  Gilbert was born Nov. 15, 1910, at Fort Morgan, Colo., to Millard and Emma Talmon Gilbert. He grew up in Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. As a young man he worked at the Flynn Ranch east of Chinook. He and his father were trappers and became fur buyers for Pacific Hide & Fur in Havre.

  Gilbert married Frances Hellman of Harlem on July 11, 1936. They moved to Fort Peck where he worked as a welder on the dam.

  After returning to Blaine County they farmed near Chinook and Harlem. They operated the Montana Cafe in Harlem, then managed a hotel and bar in Great Falls and later bought a tavern in Conrad.

  Gilbert is survived by sons, Larry Gilbert of Lethbridge, Gary Gilbert of Casper, Wyo.; daughter, Donna Rae Noble of Scottsdale, Ariz; sisters, Louisa Woeppel, Lilly Kretchmer, and Elsie Nelson, all of Havre; brothers, Lewis and Charles Gilbert of Harlem, Kenneth Gilbert of Chester, Gaylord Gilbert of Vaughn, and Quentin Gilbert of Acworth, Ga.; 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; and numerous nephews and nieces.

  Memorials may be sent to the donor's choice.

  Edwards Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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THE HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                    Monday March 9, 1998

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ANDREW F. GILBERT

  CHINOOK - Andrew F. Gilbert, 87, died Friday, March 6, 1998, at a Great Falls nursing home of natural causes.

  Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday, March 12, in Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Chinook with nurial following in Kuper Memorial Cemetery.

  Gilbert was born Nov. 15, 1910, at Fort Morgan, Colo., to Millard and Emma Talmon Gilbert. He grew up in Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. As a young man he worked at the Flynn Ranch east of Chinook. He and his father were trappers and became fur buyers for Pacific Hide & Fur in Havre.

  Gilbert married Frances Hellman of Harlem on July 11, 1936. They moved to Fort Peck where he worked as a welder on the dam.

  After returning to Blaine County they farmed near Chinook and Harlem. They operated the Montana Cafe in Harlem, then managed a hotel and bar in Great Falls and later bought a tavern in Conrad.

  Gilbert is survived by sons, Larry Gilbert of Lethbridge, Gary Gilbert of Casper, Wyo.; daughter, Donna Rae Noble of Scottsdale, Ariz; sisters, Louisa Woeppel, Lilly Kretchmer, and Elsie Nelson, all of Havre; brothers, Lewis and Charles Gilbert of Harlem, Kenneth Gilbert of Chester, Gaylord Gilbert of Vaughn, and Quentin Gilbert of Acworth, Ga.; 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; and numerous nephews and nieces.

  Memorials may be sent to the donor's choice.

  Edwards Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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THE SENTINEL                                         Wednesday March 18, 1998

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ANDREW F. GILBERT

  CHINOOK - Andrew F. Gilbert, 87, died Friday, March 6, 1998, at a Great Falls nursing home of natural causes.

  Gilbert was born Nov. 15, 1910, at Fort Morgan, Colo., to Millard and Emma Talmon Gilbert. He grew up in Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. As a young man he worked at the Flynn Ranch east of Chinook. He and his father were trappers and became fur buyers for Pacific Hide & Fur in Havre.

  Gilbert married Frances Hellman of Harlem on July 11, 1936. They moved to Fort Peck where he worked as a welder on the dam.

  After returning to Blaine County they farmed near Chinook and Harlem. They operated the Montana Cafe in Harlem, then managed a hotel and bar in Great Falls and later bought a tavern in Conrad.

  Gilbert is survived by sons, Larry Gilbert of Lethbridge, and Gary Gilbert of Casper, Wyo.; daughter, Donna Rae Noble of Scottsdale, Ariz; sisters, Louisa Woeppel, Lilly Kretchmer, and Elsie Nelson, all of Havre; brothers, Lewis and Charles Gilbert of Harlem, Kenneth Gilbert of Chester, Gaylord Gilbert of Vaughn, and Quentin Gilbert of Acworth, Ga.; 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; and numerous nephews and nieces.

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