TOWN TALK: OAK CREEK/PHIPPSBURG

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Condolences

Wilson B. Roup, 88, of Denver, died recently.

Mr. Roup, a native of Colorado, was born in Yampa. He is survived by numerous nieces, nephews and close friends. He retired as president of Crown Hill Cemetery. He also served in the U.S. Air Force, retiring as colonel.

Bridge winners

Winners at bridge at the home of June Carr were Lila Rider, Clarice Reid, Coralie Ritkouski and Elaine Gay. The next meeting is May 14 at the home of Clarice Reid.

Pinochle scorers

High scores at pinochle were Patty Farrell and Ella Murphy, low was Cecil Conner and Virginia Redmond, Goose was Ella Murphy. The next meeting hosts are June Carr at 736-2251, Clarice Reid at 736-8546 and Sonny and Doloris Kuntz at 879-1206. If you wish to play, call one of the hosts.

Get well

Get well wishes to John Kuntz who has been a patient in a Denver hospital.

Get well wishes to Rush Bagwell of Austin and of Routt County Road 14 in Oak Creek, who underwent surgery on Wednesday at the hospital in Delta.

Happy birthday

Happy birthday for the following May people: Dan Allen, May 1; Verna Whaley, May 3; Susann Allen, May 6, Sarajane Rossi, May 9; June Carr, May 10; Konnor Harves, May 11; Jay Whaley, May 16; Trevor Wixom, May 19; Ashley Koler, May 26; Mark Williams, May 31.

Happy anniversary

Alice and Clyde Iacovetto, May 10.

On the road

Ray and Louise Iacovetto went to Steamboat Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Luke Wilson were in Steamboat on business Monday.

Don Matlock has been here on vacation time.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zimpher spent the weekend in Denver.

The South Routt seniors went to Steamboat Thursday.

Jane Sullivan went to see the doctor on Tuesday.

Clarice Reid is home following a trip to Kansas.

Pat Woodcock was in Denver this past week.

Angie and Jamie Iacovetto spent the weekend here with their parents.

Nina Fay Woodcock of Westminister is spending time here at the Mag Edgar home.

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hassig are home for the summer from Grand Junction. Their son, Brad, and family are here for a visit.

There is still time to pay your community dues. Stop by the post office and sign up today.

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