HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                      Wednesday  August 16, 1995

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JULIA L. GRAHAM

  CHINOOK - Julia L. Graham, 88, died Aug. 14, 1995, at a Havre Care Center of

natuaral causes.

  Rosary services will be at 7 p.m. Thursday Aug. 17, at St. Gabriel's Catholic

Church. Mass will be recited at 11 a.m. Friday Aug 18, at in St. Gabriel's

Catholic Church, with burial following at Kuper Memorial Cemetery.

  She was born to Joseph and Julia (Wolfe) Mohar on Nov. 7, 1907, at Cleveland.

  She graduated from Harlem High School in 1927 and attended college in Dillon

and Havre.

  Graham taught for many years, mostly in rural schools in this area.

  She was a member of St. Gabriel's Catholic church, enjoyed playing cards and

also made many lovely  crocheted afghans and doilies for her family and

friends.

  She married Kelso "Curly" Graham on June 20, 1936, at Hogeland. Her husband

preceded her in death in 1979.

  Graham is survived by three sons, Thomas Graham of San Rafael, Calif.,

William Graham of Oswego, Ill, and John Graham of Lynnwood, Wash.; four

daughters, Pat Onstott of Helena, Joanne Ariola of Havre, Karen Shanke Dooley

of Billings, and Mary Malsam of Stillwater, Minn.; 16 grandchildren; seven

dreat-grandchildren; one sister, Jo Irene O'Leary of Harlem; one brother,

William Mohar of Harlem.

  Memorials may be sent to the Malachi House at St. Malachi Center, 2459

Washington Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44113.

  Arrangements by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                    Thursday August 17, 1995

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Julia L. Graham

  CHINOOK - Julia L. Graham, 88, a retired teacher, died Monday at a havre

hospial of natural causes.

  Rosary is 7 this evening and funeral Mass ia 11 a.m. Friday at St. Gabriel's

Catholic Church, with burial in Kuper Memorial Cemetery. Memorials are

suggested to St. Malachi Center's Malachi House in Cleveland. Edwards Funeral

Home is in charge.

  She was born Nov. 7, 1907, in Cleveland. She graduated from Harlem High

School in 1927 and attended college in Dillon and Havre. In 1936 she married

Kelso "Curly" Graham in Hogeland; he died in 1979.

  She taught school many years, primarily in rural schools.

  She was a member of St. Gabriel's Church and enjoyed playing cards and

crocheting.

  Surviving are four daughters, Pat Onstott of Helena, Joanne Arriola of Havre,

Karen Shankle Dooley of Billings and Mary Malsam of Stillwater, Minn.; three

sons, Thomas Graham of San Rafael, Calif, William Graham of Oswego, Ill., and

John Graham of Lynnwood, Wash.; a sister, Jo Irene O'Leary of Harlem; a brother

William "Bill" Mohar of Harlem; 16 grandchildren and seven

great-greatgrandchildren.

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