HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                           January 6 1987

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LOUISE MAZE

  Funeral services were conducted Monday at Holland & Bonine Chapel in Havre for Louise Maze, 91, of Whitefish. Mrs. Maze died Friday at a Whitefish retirement home. Burial was held at Highland Cemetery with Holland & Bonine Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Lt. Dave Birks of the Salvation Army offici­ated and organist Bill Lisenby ac­companied soloist Jim O'Leary in "In the Garden" and "Old Rugged Cross." Pallbearers were Cliff Nelson, Mark Halcomb, Ted Simp­son, Harvey Maze Jr., William A. Maze and James A. Maze. Ushers were Leonard Nelson and Carlson Nelson. Mrs. Maze was born on April 17, 1896 in Sweet Spring, Mo. She moved to Fort Benton with her family in 1915. She married Luther Maze on February 14,1915 in Fort Benton. From 1918 to 1949 Mrs. Maze and her husband lived in Havre. They then moved to Glasgow where they operated the Coleman Hotel for several years. In 1967, the Mazes returned to Havre. During her time in Havre she was a member of the Eagles Lodge. In 1969, Mrs. Maze

moved to Great Falls and in 1985 she moved to the whitefish area. She was preceded in death by her hus- band, two daughters and one son.

  Maze is survived by five sons, Ar­chie Maze, Helena; Gorden Maze, Spokane; James Maze, Devon,

Norman Maze, Havre; and Harvey Maze, Great Falls; five daughters, Minnie Simpson, Havre; Eva Ellis,

Columbia Falls; Lorraine Fraley, Anchorage, Ak.; Louise Nelson, Hungry  Horse;  and  Audrey Halcomb, Lincoln, Utah; 52 grand­children and numerous great grandchildren. The family suggests that memorials be given to the char­ity or organization of choice.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                                 =============================================================

 Louise Maze

Former Great Falls resident Lou­ise Maze, 91, died Friday of natural causes in a Whitefish nursing center.

A funeral service will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Holland-Bonine Chapel in Havre, with burial to follow in Highland Cemetery in Havre.

She was born in Sweet Spring, Mo., and moved to Fort Benton in 1915, and she married Luther Maze m Fort Benton that year. They lived in Havre from 1918 to 1949, and then moved to Glasgow, where they oper­ated the Colman Hotel for several years. She returned to Havre in 1967.

In 1979, she moved to Great Falls and moved to Kalispell in 1983.

Survivors include sons Archie of Helena, Gorden of Spokane, James of Devon, Norman of Havre and Har­vey of Great Falls; daughters, Minnie Simpson of Havre, Eva Ellis of Columbia Falls, Lorraine Faraley of Anchorage, Alaska, Louise Nelson of Hungry Horse and Audrey Hol­comb of Lincoln, Utah; 53 grandchil­dren, numerous great.grandchildren and great~great~grandchildren.

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The family  of

 

LOUISE

MAZE

would like to thank everyone for all their kindness at this time. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated. We would like to give special thanks to Lt. Dave Birks of the Salva­tion Army and the ladies of the Eagles Auxiliary for their help.

            OurSincere Thanks

           The Maze Family

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