GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                                    Wednesday, May 20, 1998 =============================================================

JULIUS C. GREEN

  HARLEM - Julius C. Green, 86, died of natural causes Monday at a Havre care center.

  His funeral is 2 p.m. Friday at he American Lutheran Church in Harlem, with burial in Harlem Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is in charge or arrangements. Memorials are suggested to Harlem Volunteer Fire Department.

  He was born April 24, 1912, in Tucaman, Argentina. His family moved to the United States in 1917, and he recieved his education in Nebraska, Washington and Montana. They moved to the Harlem area in 1932.

  In 1933 he married Josephine Hellman in Chinook. They farmed east of Harlem until moveing into town in 1952, where he worked for  the Equity Co-op for 27 years until retiring.

  He was a 20-years member and secretary of the Volunteer Fire Department and served  as a  deputized ploiceman.

  He enjoyed gardening and in his younger years enjoyed hunting and sports.

  Survivors include his wife of Harlem; daughter, Nancy Larson of Anchorage, Alaska; five sons, Frank Green of Eugene, Ore., Richard Green of Choteau, Jerry Green of Fairbanks, Alaska, Bob Green of Cape Coral, Fla., and Fred Green of Harlem; a brother, John V. Green of Harlem; 23 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                     Wednesday, May 20, 1998

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JULIUS C. GREEN

  HARLEM - Julius C. Green, 86, a long time Harlem resident, died Monday, May 18, 1998, at a Havre nursing home due to natural causes. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday in the American Lutheran Church of Harlem with burial in Harlem Cemetery.

  Green  was born to Conrad and Elizabeth Fritzler Green on April 24, 1912, in Tucaman, Argentina. In 1917  he came to the United States with his parents and he recieved his education in Nebraska, Washington and Montana. In 1932 the family moved to the Harlem area.

  In 1933 he married Josephine Hellman in Chinook. They farmed east of Harlem until moving into town in 1952, where he worked for Equity Co-op for 27 years until retiring.

  Green served 20-years as a Volunteer Fireman and secretary of the orginization. He also served the Harlem Community as a  deputized ploiceman. He worked for 27 years at the Equity Co-op Association in Harlem.

  When he was  younger he enjoyed hunting and sports.

  He is Survived by his wife, Josie Green of Harlem; daughter, Nancy Larson of Anchorage, Alaska; five sons, Frank Green of Eugene, Ore., Richard Green of Choteau, Jerry Green of Fairbanks, Alaska, Bob Green of Cape Coral, Fla., and Fred Green of Harlem; 23 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; and a brother, John V. Green of Harlem.

  He was preceded in death by his parents and seven brothers.

  Memorials may be sent to the Harlem Volunteer Fire Department.

  Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is in charge or arrangements.

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THE BLAINE COUNTY JOURNAL NEWS-OPINION                Wednesday, May 20, 1998

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JULIUS C. GREEN

  Julius C. Green, 86, a long time Harlem resident passed away  May 18, 1998 at Northern Montana Care Center due to natural causes. Funeral services will Friday, May 22, 1998 at 2 p.m. in the American Lutheran Church of Harlem with burial to follow in the Harlem Cemetery. Memorials may be sent to the Harlem Volunteer Fire Department. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is in charge or arrangements.

  Julius  was born to Conrad and Elizabeth Fritzler Green on April 24, 1912, in Tucaman, Argentina. In 1917  he came to the United States with his parents and he recieved his education in Nebraska, Washington and Montana. In 1932 the family moved to the Harlem area. In married Josephine Hellman on December 7, 1933 in Chinook. Juke and Josie farmed east of Harlem until 1952, then moved into the town of Harlem. He served 20 years as a Volunteer Fireman and secretary of the orginization. Juke also served the Harlem Community as a  deputized ploiceman.

  Most of the Harlem area knew him for his gardening and landscaping. Juke  worked 27 years at the Equity Co-op Association. He worked for 27 years at the Equity Co-op Association in Harlem.  When Juke was  younger, he enjoyed hunting and sports.

  Mr. Green was retired and currently living in Harlem. He is Survived by his wife, Josie Green of Harlem; daughter, Nancy Larson of Anchorage, AK; five sons, Frank Green of Eugene, OR; Richard Green of Choteau, MT; Jerry Green of Fairbanks, AK; Bob Green of Cape Coral, FL; Fred Green of Harlem, MT; 23 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; and brother, John V. Green of Harlem. He was preceded in death by his parents and seven brothers.

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THE SENTINEL                                         Wednesday, May 27, 1998

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JULIUS C. GREEN

  HARLEM - Julius C. Green, 86, a long time Harlem resident, died Monday, May 18, 1998, at a Havre nursing home due to natural causes.

  Green  was born to Conrad and Elizabeth Fritzler Green on April 24, 1912, in Tucaman, Argentina. In 1917  he came to the United States with his parents and he recieved his education in Nebraska, Washington and Montana. In 1932 the family moved to the Harlem area.

  He married Josephine Hellman on Dec. 7, 1933, in Chinook. They farmed east of Harlem until moving into Harlem.

  Green served 20-years as a Volunteer Fireman and secretary of the orginization. He also served the Harlem Community as a  deputized ploiceman. He worked for 27 years at the Equity Co-op Association in Harlem.

  When he was  younger he enjoyed hunting and sports.

  He is Survived by his wife, Josie Green of Harlem; daughter, Nancy Larson of Anchorage, Alaska; five sons, Frank Green of Eugene, Ore., Richard Green of Choteau, Jerry Green of Fairbanks, Alaska, Bob Green of Cape Coral, Fla., and Fred Green of Harlem; 23 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; and a brother, John V. Green of Harlem.

  He was preceded in death by his parents and seven brothers.

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