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 - Henry Wearing Tatro, 98, Found Dead at Home...
Henry Wearing Tatro, 98, Found Dead at Home Henry Wearing Talro, DR. iced stationary enqlneer and u Helena resident for more Uian SO ars was found dead lliis meruit at his homo at 417 Seventh. Sheriff-Coroner Dave Middle-is, culled to e tlic Vote Due Today On MSU Name Change Wrangle found ilcalh, said the body wa by William 11. Alhriebl North Davis ahoul Ii am. Mr. Talro had been cared for since 1049 by Mrs. Albright whose Imnie adjoins the residence ol the deceased. Middlemas said Ihc death was a It ri lulled In natural causes. Born In 18GJ Mr. Talro was horn 1B04, at Sarauac. N.Y., Alexander and Libbie Talro. He came lo Montana i 1RII7 and settled first in Halt He was 17 years old when h counterpart. Kvoalcn said Ihc arrived in the territory and Iwo committee would confine ilsclt lo hearing testimony on House Bill 67, Ihc Foundation Program measure. Dr. Vermin Slollen, director nl educational research and services at MSU; C. R. Anderson, Helena superintendent of schools; Dean William Johnstone, director of educational research and services al MSC; and Paul O'llare, assistant Was Mu.sirr Mason Mr Talro was a member ot Morning Star Lodge No. 5, being raised lo a ASaslcr Mason on Oct. 20, 1024. He allcnded Ihe Methodist church. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Anna M. Schieiiier of Townsend, who dicil son ol : Aug. 18. ini7. Others who pre cede il him were his parents, [our sisters and seven brothers. 1 lis only survivor is a sister, .Mrs. I.ibbic AlacDoogal of Schenectady, X.Y. Funeral services will he conducted at in .30 a in.. Tiicfdov in ijr-i oi uic uime-ine Heir ctiaprl wilh the Itev. years later voted for Montana to become a stair-. He was a M.ilmmiry Engineers Union and worked in thai capacity in liullc, Helena and Marysvillc and in Inter years was employed for Iwo seasons al Yellowstone Park }|e was lasl employed for a period or more than 20 years as a sla George W. Harper of St Paul s Mclhodisl Church officiating. Masonic graveside riles will be held by members of Morning Slar Lodge No. 5. AF&AM, a I Forest-vale Ccnielcry, Gordie Howe

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 18 Jan 1963, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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