Ruby Drotsen Services Are Pending Funeral services are pending for Ruby Drostcn, 58, wife of George Drosten of the Helena Valley, who died late Thursday ul St. Peter's hospital where she had been a patient since Aug, 6. Mrs. Drosten was born Oct. 6, IBflB, in Blue Hill, Neb., and attended schools there. On Dec. 2, 1919, she married George Drosten Drosten in Gering, Neb., and follow ing their marriage the counh moved to this vicinity to make their home. Between 1945 and 1953 Mrs. Drosten resided ii liston. wherr her husband Powell county road foreman. For the past four years the Drostens owned and operated the Valley service station. c,— ■ :rr~ besides her husband, are two sons, Everett Real and Robert Real, both of Helena and Sgt. George Drosten, Jr., sta tioned with the U. S. army in the South Pacific; a sister, Faye Mclain Mclain of Twin f alls, Inaho: seven grandchildren; two great-grand great-grand great-grand children and several nieces and nenhews. Two brothers John and Charles McCoy preceded her in death. Hagler mortuary is in charge of arrangements.