The Sentinal                                                                                 Wednesday  May 21, 1997

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ROSE M. GRILL

  HARLEM - Rose M. Grill, 74, Harlem, died Thursday, May 8, 1997, at Northern Montana Care Center of Havre due to natural causes.

  She was born to Fred and Mary Andrews with a twin brother Bill at the family farm near Loring on Nov. 26, 1922. She was raised with eight siblings and attended school there before coming to Harlem during World War II to work as a depot agent for the Great Northern Railroad.

  She married Edward Grill on June 1, 1946, in Harlem.

  In the 1960's she started working as a cook for the Harlem Rest Home and later cooked for the Harlem School District retiring from there.

  She loved to garden, raising flowers and was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church and the V.F.W. Auxiliary.

  She cooked for many banquet dinners in Harlem and was the pie winner at the Harlem Seed Show in 1981.

  She is survived by her husband Ed Grill of Harlem; five daughters, Gloria Jansma of Laurel, Patsy Shelhamer of Harlem, Sherri Manley and Sally Billmayer both of Daphie, Ala., and Rita Olzewski of Zap, N.D.; two sisters, Catherine Wilson of Harlem and Helen Buzzard of Yuma, Ariz.;nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

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The Blaine County Joutnal                                                                                 May 14, 1997

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  Rose Marie Grill, 74, passed away of natural causes on Thursday, May 8, 1997, in the Northern Montana Hospital of Havre. Rosary service was led by Jo Irene O'Leary on Sunday, May 11, 1997, at 7:00 p.m. in St. Thomas Catholic Church in Harlem. Funeral Mass was held on Monday, Mat 12, 1997, at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Harlem with Father Jim O'Neil officiating. Lorraine Mulonet was the organist and duets were sung by Tom Taylor and Joe Goulet. Ushers were Frank Orlando and Jerome Conrad. Pallbears were Max Manley, Ken Shelhamer, Jerry Jansma, Cory Shelhamer, Bill McEwen, Frank Billmayer, Kadin Hafner, Clarence Olszewski, Michael Jansma and Clifford Shelhamer. Burial followed in the Harlem Cemetery. Arrangements were by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook. Memorials may be sent to St. Thomas Catholic Church.

  Roses and Twin Brother Bill were born to Fred and Mary Andrews on the family farm near Loring on Nov. 26, 1922. She was raised with eight siblings and attended school there before coming to Harlem during World War II to work as a depot agent for the Great Northern Railroad.

   On June 1, 1946, Rose married Edward Grill in Harlem. In the 1960's she started working as a cook for the Harlem Rest Home and later cooked for the Harlem School District until retiring. She enjoyed kids and especially her grandchildren. She also loved to garden, raising flowers. She was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church and the V.F.W. Auxiliary. Rose cooked for many banquet dinners in Harlem and was the winner of the pie contest at the 1981 Montana Seed Show in Harlem.

  Rose is survived by her husband Ed Grill of Harlem; five daughters, Gloria Jansma of Laurel, Patsy Shelhamer of Harlem, Sherri Manley and Sally Billmayer both of Daphie, Ala., and Rita Olzewski of Zap, N.D.; two sisters, Catherine Wilson of Harlem and Helen Buzzard of Yuma, Ariz.;nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

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The Havre Daily News                                                                            Monday May 12, 1997

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ROSE M. GRILL

  HARLEM - Rose M. Grill, 74, Harlem, died Thursday, May 8, 1997, at Northern Montana Care Center of Havre due to natural causes.

  Funeral Mass was Monday, May 12, in St. Thomas Catholic Church with burial

following at Harlem Cemetery. Rosary was recited Sunday May 11, at St. Thomas Catholic Church.

  She was born to Fred and Mary Andrews with a twin brother Bill at the family farm near Loring on Nov. 26, 1922. She was raised with eight siblings and attended school there before coming to Harlem during World War II to work as a depot agent for the Great Northern Railroad.

  She married Edward Grill on June 1, 1946, in Harlem.

  In the 1960's she started working as a cook for the Harlem Rest Home and later cooked for the Harlem School District retiring from there.

  She loved to garden, raising flowers and was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church and the V.F.W. Auxiliary.

  She cooked for many banquet dinners in Harlem and was the pie winner at the Harlem Seed Show in 1981.

  She is survived by her husband Ed Grill of Harlem; five daughters, Gloria Jansma of Laurel, Patsy Shelhamer of Harlem, Sherri Manley and Sally Billmayer both of Daphie, Ala., and Rita Olzewski of Zap, N.D.; two sisters, Catherine Wilson of Harlem and Helen Buzzard of Yuma, Ariz.;nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

  Memorials may be sent to St. Thomas Catholic Church.

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