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socially, of John and Aurelia Closson. She ming in 1907, locating on a home- ply, John of Rockypoint, and an- Guests included Mrs. George spent her girlhood in Nebraska stead near Rockypoint. other son who died in infancy. Hemler, Miss Helen Dudrey, Mrs. with her parents and 11 brothers In 1948, Mr. and Mrs. Kuhbacher Among the survivors are: her Orpha Rash, Mrs. Ted .Rounds, and sisters, celebrated their golden wedding son, John; one brother, Claude ~antraet Bridge leooy and t~race Mane, r~lc She was married to Julius Kuh- anniversary Mr Kuhbacher died Clossonand four grandchildren, ]wlnbMeets ucnweim, Mrs. Maurice Classick ' ' ' |_ Members of the Contract and the Mollenbrink children, Ella bacher on Jan. 26, 1898 at Ewing, the following year on March 31. all of Rockypoint, and several ~u,b m.et Tuesday evening theBridge5th Mac, Donna, Merritt and Eldon.Nebr. The family moved to Wyo- Two sons were born to the cou- nieces and nephews ce ~i,t~e.home of Mrs. Roger Thomas ter~" ~t ~lrs. James McGuckin, hostess. Mrs. Mabel Vines Mrs. Mabel Vines was the ban- I I ~or~L- allowing a dessert luncheon ored guest at a dinner held for | A ~l,B' ill Ill Ill ~lI I cy l~erved by the hostess three tables her on her birthday Friday eve- [ 14 It' roll 114 Pll 1Dim l r~! cards were in play with prizes hang by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. I Ng;iI I / llbll Ili~l~;I ILl /V II I1~ ree,i~ing to Mrs. L. M. Lorenzen, high; Raymond Vines. | a' I ~oa[[nr.s. Carl Lathrop, second high . ~nd Mrs. Maurice Williams, low. Present were Mr. and Mrs. I ..... I Floyd Hawken, Joan Banks, Mr.I ~l~ltm~.~ll~ ~l~lt ~.--== m~hJl-~-- la ~=~ ~,m. lL~4~ ] ttY ~'~" stitnte players were Mrs" Edith and Mrs. Raymond Vines, Lila, I .rnnM .fllllrll-lMr l= [~llrlE~_l[1 _~ I st~[Thrnpsn, Miss Marion Thompson Leon and Alleni and the honoree. II '~vI1bt'Ibl'Ii '~vqbP'J#ll I ImJ I I~llI IqbWI I , he (pnd Mrs.nextJack Schelldorf. ~LIThe meeting ox the club Episcopal Lacties I ~[/ I I I The Episcopal Ladies' Auxiliary I : ~:~ :~-~ " [[ II ~rM Following the meeting, work| I~~~~ ~~~ 'l Personal Items i aLL~ Were served by the hostess- Mrs LaVern Boil of Upton vis- I "~ ~~~ j ~~ ..... ~ I i M _Leroy Cu and daughter Dy lr;o: ' and Senior girls, Mrs. Joe Y~Piedel,gld~r~,eflllIP_eab..mI!s ~[l"~:~,Engelhauptne]d----- ,a,WednesdaY, S SpeldelGene eveningTed the thepalmer was the0big man for the/,ll ,- Lti0~;,r at the home of Mrs. Paul Auxiliary to Meet | .... ' ~ [I [" p. will hold its regular meeting to- I -- -'- "~ ~ [I ["]l~ridalrShower Held night, Feb. 14, in the parish hall | ~ ~:~ -- with Mrs. Ted Rounds leading the | ~ ~ ~:(~ ~\ [I |-'~I'lSsesS" KarrollTm BeagleFrank an devotionals, Mrs. Harold Bernd I ~ ~~ ~~ [[ ' g Ann ^ d Alicepresenting the program and Mrs. | ': ~~!~l ~~ ' I ~lll~" ~udin were co-hostesses at a .':~nridal shower hel Clark Allen serving as hostess I ~*'~:~ " ~: it Ir tgh, 7 for ThTr stud aeg c will be done on the new draw cur- I ~ ~~(~,~ ~?~, . ~%-:-"~ II /Io~ -~ ~eorge Beagle residence. talus for the parish hall. [ ~~~. ~ ~ : .... :,.. .... I| y0~ling~stclamg TV provided the eve- ..... ............ is II[~: entertainment and after Mrs. opened her gifts, refresh- in'r~ ited Monday with her father Dr I llll~L~~ ~~~ ~ ~ I " "' [~z~tn;were all f the high schl 2~~ [ ~'~'~, Mrs. Dean Hutchins, Mrs. Shirley were Saturday callers in~~~' " ~ ~ ,~~ I .mqK:' :. Hutchins, Mrs. Kenneth ...... .......... : ..... ~;:~ .... ...... ..... cl~r~chl~s, Mrs. Roger Rathbun, Karol Hooper was a Tuesday I ~,. ~,~/~ ,~ ~, ~~ I ur~h~;:/ aarold Bernd Mrs. Rossovernight guest of Karen Hegge. | ~,~i~ I i,,,F"tts and Mrs. Ewing. Thursday night, Miss ttegge was [ l[~, ~~ I a guest of Miss Hooper. I ~~~'"~ .~ ~~~.~ I "~'RTIII)Ay - Mr. and Mrs. Ross Butts spent | ~~ ~ ~4~,~ ~~ | Tenke, weekend visiting Mrs. Butts' .... ..... ~~~ I ~Ul~an, Engelhanpt . sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. I ~~ I lrl~_~r. and Mrs Tea S eidel were Art Bunney of Mona, Wyo. They l ~~ | a" " P also visited their son-in-law, Loren I I .Jlhon a dinner held in their vea[ .e Friday evening held in eele- Bartlett, who is a patient at John | - I ration of the b rthd r Burns Memorial hospital in Belle I I ss' the ~,a., ays occu ring ~ I Joln lhe fun each week. Fill out tile e,,rrect name/,n an entry I,lank and turn I ~Irs e ~zti Week f Mrs' Ted Speidel' [ [ - [Gil~an'~eent Tenke, Mrs. Vern Midwest Oilers . In right away. One g'allon of antifretze to lhe wlnmx. i A nd Richard Engelhaupt. !~i~sV~irs were laid for Mr. and [-"~' tarnillncent Tenke and sons, RiChand. the Spei- Crush Mo ,.rcrft ] CONTEST RULES ] l~I~I~ Y' Evening callers were r,s ilyndandMr r Vern Gilman and [n a4-s6 Tilt l 1. Every entry must be on a special display one week, Tracy's will present l ly ]Peterso and Mrs. George ........... I entry blank provided by Tracy Motor it absolutely FREE to the occupant of | ~-y~- n. The Midwest Oilers moved into / Co . the place pictured. I second place in the Powder River [ " | ~:~?e~re, Speidel---- Class B standings last Thursday2. All entries must be deposited in spy-6. A snlaller Copy of the contest photo ! ti rtain d Mrs. Claude Seeley en- night by overpowering the Moor- l cial boxes provided in the store, will be correctly identified and posted I croft Wolves, 84-46, at Mooreroft. 1 in Tracv Motor Co followin each | n~hheir ~u at a family dinner in ..... / : . . week s contest. There it will become I .jlle o~m.e Saturday evening on The win gave the Oilers six 3 Each week's contest will end each , " " :el~ ~a~zon of their twin daugh- league vzc~orms against two set- | Weanesaay noon. -~r* ^f ~ "-rmanen* dls"la-- of all *heI I 'uarlene , backs. Upton leads the league P~ ~ ~ ~ .P~ ~ g ~ ..... s and Arlene with a 6-1 record. | 4. To aid contestants a large 11x14 Mystery Air Photos in the Over-all con- | ~olI~ I~..",'~~ oirthday mtOWin " i-h+~s s~=,. g dinner, the evening Midwest wasted little time in | Inch photo of the MYSTERY PLACE contest. | i ill be posted in the Tracy Motor Co ed to a 19-10 first period lead, mov- | . . . " 7. The drawing to determine the win- Ouests se*tling the ssue O.e. rao- w J~eeley ~.~ nd Mrs. David ed in front 38-18 at the half and led 1 where Pallet boxes are located. Details her wtll be held in Tracy Motor Co. dis- | ~0~eel --u sons, Mr. and Mrs. Tom r'andMrs. VincentTenke by 20 points, 56-36, at the end of | are much clearer in these enlarged playing the llx14 photograph for the | g~Pei~e~"~Ydand Mr. and Mrs. Ted three periods. | nictures week. One winner will be selected | L " [ " from this drawing will receive one I '~ale lllakeman teaOi!erSmentchingwoives w~tn21 po_ints:..~., tames.Jensen l/ 5. After th.is large photo has been on gallon of anti-freeze. II M~II The box score: Znth!Dale.Blake, a nbzrthdayma celebrated his Midwest fg ft pf tp ]. ~m~ A ~L~ ~BA~I~ ]1 ham .... t a droner held m Saathoff ................... 8 0 3 18 l ~_lll ~' sim~ .ll ~ z l[lllother,:.rrlOay evening by his Wiloth ..................... 0 2 3 2 / I rll / /-Iris/ I ~l Prese,,~rs' Frank Blakeman. Fredericks ................ 8 0 1 16 | - ~' "~ [ El. m.,/'~ Were Mr and Mrs W ~r-,' " "~zernan,.Mr. and' Mrs. Gerald" " ~l~akelua.. Palmer ..................... 9 3 0 21 l | I14r u and sons of Beulah and Irwin ......................... 6 3 2 15 1 k 1 | | 1 | ~m | * l .. i:~i and Mrs F Wheeler .................... 1 2 3 4 l,oll"'ghtw' an " rank Blakeman, Jim ~, .................. ~ ~ ~ o, Macn,~ery , / INew alia useo I-arm I "is,dL d Dale. Krowski .................... 1 0 0 2 l I :~.a~t~rilab~ae~i;:~ Je~h~Bays ................ 1 O0 0 2 / USED HAY BALERS I ninnth birthday g .......................... l I .~a Kar-, ,.. Y " her home Totals ............... ~ ~ New Holland 76 b~lMr and " weaver, daughter of Mooreroft fg ff pf tp * " * "~ ':l-"~ln Mrs Kenneth Weaver. " | International 55 W we Tie I following Kummerfeld ........... 1 0 4 2 m . mzernauonai g~ rxu 1wine lle m ~'~,~h:uttt~ P~'~-i-;, ~_,~ was nhvedtand Jensen ........................ 5 7 4 17/ .............. | _.~M~ hnae,,,, g, raditional re- Baehler ..................... 3 2 1 8 1 l ~eaver"'~ were served by Mrs. ~, Ot~esl~ were Judy Gladstone, J~n:s :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 0313 USED SIDE RAKES & MOWING MACHIIIES / I l:~Y~u~Praeklen, LindaBaker Bet-Totals .................. ~ I NEW HAY BALERS I J \fl~, esh a,d Larry and Barbara . . [ International and New Holland l [~e~ver. ---- . . / NEW FARMHANDS I HI' r,oneer oczypo,m | I Pretr held2. "O e Sundog. Woman ,s Dead / . I ,,a o. hi..,-.-:: ,:" ..... ,,, [ Come in and see us about your hay,ng needs today [ 1,~]r~ rolW.de~rl~dJ0~,Mr anyU~i-' "vers ... -,u-s,o,r,, ay. After Long t,,ness [ . l rOi.eKu che, d t, ... -- , of the Roekypoint area since 1907. [ I I 1 __ Ill l died at her home Feb. 2. Mrs. J ~ ~l~ ~l [ l I ~l~ Ill~ l I' == [ Kuhbaeher, 80, had been in ill 1 m j "u 1Mlll lls II I I Jeha M '-"- health for several years,l dll .li ill III I ,_ . rsollenbrink Funeral services were held Feb. l U IW U LU M iI' - I ~rmK__enter. 4 at the community church with[ --.-. row, -------- -- -- , ~~:~ the Rev. Ralph Howard officiating. | ~ | Burial was in the Roekypoint eem- l . _ ...... l ~a~: Were brought by Mrs. etery. 1 "Your International Harvester Dealer" I Pallbearers were Clark and Bert 1 | Butler, Ellis and Herbert Reynolds, I ~...,~1,~.,,.,~ I ~dS Classiek and Mrs. Ted George Hauber and Chuck Fisher. I ~vmu~uamm~l ww~, I ~t~ ~a2,ffts and cards were pry- me afternoon Olive A. Closson was born Aug. ~. W~ spent 30, 1878 in Nebraska, the daughter