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at at Deer Lodge, Feb. 16--(Special)-- Vliss Alma Zosel, second daughter f Mr. and Mrs. William. Zosel of he upper Cottonwood district, asscd away at the family home t S o'clock this morning. Miss Zosel was born June 3, 1883, in he home in which she spent prac- ically all her life. She has been in invalid since early womanhood, Â·.aving s u f f e r e d from valvular icart trouble for many years. This vas the cause of her death, which, icvcrthclcss. came as a shock to icr family and friends. She was educated in the public schools of his city. After being compelled )y her health to leave school, she returned to the ranch home of her oarcnts, where she has passed al- nost all the balance of her life. -Icr father, William Zoscl, passed iway about three years ago. Siic is survived by her mother Mrs. Louise Zoscl, and six sisters larc Zosel, who is teaching at Red Lodge. Mont.. Mrs. M a t t Applcgate of Philipsburg, Mar Zosel, Mrs. Annie Johnson, Mrs Vonnie Lupher and Eva Zosel, anc two brothers, John and William all of Deer Lodge. Funeral arrangements arc no' complete, awaiting word from the sisters, but it is expected that services will take place from the Christian church at 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Burrl Gil pin officiating. Miss Mamie Richards' visitec over Sunday with relatives anc friends in Butte. C. A. Fox returned from Boze man to spend a few days with hi 'amily. Mrs. Mollic Mitchell visited ii Butte over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Jensen have gone to Butte where thcj will make their home.