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Ivene (Lay) Henley was born May 22, 1923, in Searcy County, Ark., to Jack and Viola (Keeling) Lay.
She passed from this life Jan. 9, 2013, at 89 years of age. Ivene was a long time resident of Montana and Oklahoma as well as Arkansas.
She married Floyd W. Henley Feb. 17, 1943, at St. Joe, Ark. They had 69 wonderful years together.
Ivene was an Eastern Star member, an ombudsman and a member of the First Baptist Church of Wynona, Okla. She taught Sunday school, wrote articles for newspapers and compiled a cookbook which was packed with great recipes of family favorites.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and two sisters. She is survived by her daughter, Floydean Henley of the home; and her sons, Keith Henley of Chandler, Okla., and David Henley of Silverdale, Wash.; two sisters and one brother.
Broadwater County Attorney John T. Flynn, 59, passed away from complications of congestive heart failure while on a short vacation.
Flynn was born and raised in Townsend, Mont. He earned a law degree at the University of Montana in 1977.
At age 25, he was elected Broadwater County attorney, the youngest county attorney in the state of Montana, holding the office until his death.
Flynn published several crime novels set in Montana. He was also a hunting guide and among the first hosts of the annual Montana High Country cattle drive.
Flynn is survived by his wife Deborah, two daughters, a grandson, brother Ted and a sister, Claudia Evans of Eureka.
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