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WWI Draft Registration, 5 June 1917
William Andrew Service, Age 25, DOB: 29 Nov 1891; POB: Utiea, PA
Occupation: Farmer, Phipps(?) MT
Single; Tall, Slender, Dark blue eyes; Black hair
Service family buried in Highland Cemetery, Havre, MT
(Date of burial)
March 6, 1976 Service Lillian
August 28, 1929 Service Mabel J.
January 30, 1951 Service William A.
HAVRE DAILY NEWS, Havre, MT, 29 Aug 1929
Service Rites This Afternoon at First Lutheran Church
Funeral services for Mrs. W.A. Service who died suddenly early Tuesday morning at a local hospital following the birth of a child, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:00 from the First Lutheran Church, Rev. Andvik officiating. Her small baby will be buried with her.
Mrs. Service is survived by her husband, W.A. Service, and two children, Lloyd and Marjorie, age four and two. Her father, Mr. Andrew Nelson, her sister in Havre, Mrs. Joe Gussenhoven, Jr., Daniel Nelson, a brother, a sister, Mrs. Roberts, in Canada, also survive her. Mrs. Service had lived in Havre and vicinity for the past twelve years. She was married some six years ago and resided in the city ever since, having a large circle of friends who mourn her demise.
Mr. Service's father, W.A. Service, Sr., of Utica, Penn., is also here for the service.
1930 Federal Census, Havre, Hill, Montana (North Side)
William Service, Roomer, Age 38, Widowed, POB: Pennsylvania; Parents' POB: Pennsylvania; Occupation: Retail, machinery