Independent Record, Helena, MT. Charles Hinote Death 18 Oct 1944
a The wife Military Services Held in Missoula For Charles Hinote, Naval Mate; Had Served 30 Months in the Pacific Missoula, Oct. 18.--A military funeral was conducted here today for Charles Hinote, naval photographer's photographer's mate, who died last week in a service hospital at Long Beach, Calif., of tropical fever. The Rev. Walter B. Spaulding, pastor of the first Methodist church, officiated. The Missoula Eagles and the American Legion conducted graveside rites. Hinote was born at Logan, Oct. 15, 1919. The family resided later at Lonepine and finally at Hot Springs, wherj he was graduated graduated from higa school lu 1940 and where he starred in athletics. He worked for a time in the smelter in Anaconda, then entered the navy in April, 1941. j He served 30 months in the] South Pacific and participated j in 13 major engagements, in-, eluding Guadalcanal, where he received a wound, Tarawa and Sai- pac. Several months ago he contracted the fever which caused his death. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinote of Anaconda, Anaconda, and two sisters, Mrs. Violet Violet Andrews of Lonepine and Mrs. Anita Bassett of Lakeport, Calif.