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Walkerville Boy (Continued from Page One) the approximately four miles to Walkerville for help. "He had run right out of his shoes and his feet were bleeding badly when he got to the nearest' house," officials said. Jack Thomas and Ed McRea of the Silver Bow County Sheriff's Department went to the scene on foot. The Cannon boy was dead when they arrived, arrived, They said Mrkich was still giving his friend artificial respiration. "He apparently had been doing it all ths time Harrington was going for help," they said. Aleksicb said the Harrington youth told him he had put the gun on .safely prior to the mishap. mishap. Aleksich said be thought the bullet pierced Cannon's heart bringing "instant death." The body was brought ,out of the rugged area by George Garrison of 2604 Locust in a Jeep pickup. Cannon was born in Walkerville Walkerville on Dec. 23, 1949. He received received his early education in St. Lawrence O'Toole grade school. Survivors In addition to his parents are sisters, Patricia and Mrs. Mary Sue Campbell of Butte; brothers, Tom and Frank of Bulte; grandmother, Mrs. Lena McDonald of Butte, and numerous cousins in the Butte area. ^ Requiem Mass will be celebrated celebrated at St. Lawrence O'Toola Church at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday. Wednesday. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. The parish Rosary :wlll be be recited at the Duggan Merrill Chapel at 8 o'clock Tuesday.