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Roswell con- . he 312 E Pine( Meridian, who MERIDIAN - Services for :. "Rudy" Rossow, 74, n d He Wednesday at Robison He c , of j^ chimes fn Meri . in- d(an bv e Rev . Raymond Beans f TM sisters, O the Meridian Church of Christ as interment will be at the cemetery. Graveside rites dau- ^n be conducted by Lodge No. 47 AFAM. Meridian, Mr. Rossow was born Nov. 1897 in Greenwood, Wis., and moved withhisfamily to j n 1905, where he grew up married Piper of the Meridian vera Simpson May 15, 1929 Ru- Lath, N.C. They came to ^ 1939 and he had lived operated a Veltex worked for station at the site of the present Farmers and Merchants 62 '" Meridian for about 10 years. He also worked for years in Idaho for the the Department of Law ment, State Income Tax Division Harold ^ e Motor Vehicle Division. Rossow was a member of of Christ, Meridian Mrs. O.M. L^Se No. 47, AFAM, Scottish She R" Bodies of Boise, El Korah of Temple, the Black Light Patrol and the Idaho Peace Officers' Association. J.D. Petty, Â· Surviving are his wife, of ridian; four daughters, Feren McKague and Janice Hicks, Avis Buff of Renton, Hewell ( Wash., and Elaine Powell of Boi- se; three sons, Carlyle and Â£ Rossow, both of Boise, and Rossow of Meridian; four sisters, Ella Besch and Helen Rossow, .both of Eatonyille,. Wash., Clare Wanamaker of "in, a Mis- Puyallup, .Wash., and Rogena Fritz of San Diego, Calif.; ther, Arthur Rossow of 14 grandchildren and 10 12, great-grandchildren. came to ' Contributions maybe made the Shriners'Crippled Childrens Hospital or a favorite charity, or flowers may be sent Friends may call at Robison Chapel of the Chimes until 9 tonight Active pallbearers will be Wesley Simpson, Paul Me- Kague, Ron McKague, Archie He Tomlin, Marvin Bodine and a Glenn Newkirk. Honorary William Wenn- two sisters, Leah strom, Maurice Adkins, Virgil Vincent, William Snyder, Paul Bright, E.B. Jenkins and Drake. rjale Greeley, in 1945.