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Merlin Bud Papka  (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on February 19, 2007

Funeral services for Merlin Bud Papka, 73, Tioga, N.D., will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007, at the First Lutheran Church in Tioga. Pastor Sandra Anderson will officiate, and interment will be in the United Cemetery, Tioga.

Senior Calendar 
Aurora Friendly Center: meets 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Prisco Community Center, 150 W. Illinois Ave. The Club plans a variety of activities each month, including bingo, holiday parties and luncheons. Adults age 55 and up are welcome to attend. $1 fee. (630) 859-8606.

Regional hardware & tools sector estimated to be worth US$ 150 billion 
Messe Frankfurt Middle East announced the formation of an advisory board to supervise and streamline the Hardware & Tools trade fair that will be the biggest ever event reflecting on the impact that the regions construction boom is having on the demand for professional building equipment and services.

The Fergus Falls Daily Journal 
Tom Connell is proud of a bufflehead duck decoy he crafted in the late 1960s.

Gehle’s big buys: A snowblower and a Honda 
David Gehle still lives in the same two-bedroom bungalow on Garfield Street. The 54-year-old still clears his own snow, although now he uses a blower he bought last winter, not long after winning his $15.5 million share of the record Powerball jackpot.

Traditional caskets help heal wounds 
Beyond the mourning, funerals bothered a young John Sundberg as he witnessed loved ones, including his father, put to rest.

Love Springs Eternal At Dade Health And Rehab 
Activities at Dade Health and Rehabilitation give residents a chance to get together. It is these activities planned by Social Worker and Activities Director Michelle Moore and staff that brought W.C. Shavers and Iva Strickland together.

St. Johns man crafts table for Michigan Farm Bureau 
ST. JOHNS – It all started more than 50 years ago when Joe Mesh began making softball bats out of hickory and ash for the local fast-pitch softball players.

George I. Nielsen, 79 
George I. Nielsen, a retired aeronautical engineer, died of neurological disease Feb. 6 at his Bel Air home. He was 79.


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