John Lunn Service

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SERVICES HELD ATSWIACITY FOR JOHN LUNH SWEA . CITY—Funeral services services for John 'Albert Lunn were conducted here Thursday afternoon afternoon at 1:30 at the house aftd 2 o'clock at the Methodist chufch, with the pastor, the Rev. S. H. Hammer, in charge. Mr. Lunn died suddenly last week Sunday evening of a heart attack. Although Although he had had a similar attack a week earlier, he had worked at a farm the day be* fore his passing. John Lunn was the son of August August and Ida Lunn, and was born at Otho April, 2, 1910. He was a member of the Bethel Lutheran church, having been confirmed by the Rev. Raymond Olson. He came to the Swea City area with his parents at the age of 6 years, and received his education in the rural school. May 6, 1929, he was married to Lila Khutsen, of Swea City, and the couple engaged in farming for 10 years, or until 6 years ago. Surviving ai-e the widow and eight children: Mrs. Henry Eggerth Beverly, rural Swea City; Pvt., Richard Lunn, Fort Riley, Kan.; A2/c' Dennis Lunn, McClellan, Calif.; Ronald, at home; and Marlys, Marian, Robert, and Susan, all at home. There arc four brothers and three sisters; Verne Lunn, Swea City; Walter Lunn, Lakota; Wilfrid Wilfrid Wiley, Swea City; Clayton Wiley, Rockford, 111.; Mrs. Harold Harold ' Wilhelmi, Bancroft; Mrs. Clifford Vinson, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Eddie Callander. •• . Funeral music was furnished by the Swea City male quartet, with "J. Iva Moats at the orgaru Pallbearers wer'e Ollie. 'Kopns, Cliff Svkes. Carl Anderson, Bert Patterson, Fred Brandt and Herman Herman Bowman. Burial was in Harrison twp. cemetery, with 1 Curtis and Sm'ouse in charge. BF—Hofhe falent This Week -_ Tickets ar^ being sold for a local play, a three-act comedy, sponsored by the Swea City V.F.W. Auxiliary. The play will be presented Oct. 6-7 at the high school auditorium, beginning at 8 p. m. All proceeds will go to the V.F.%. hospital fund. The production^-its under the direction of a p*»fefcsional coach. Mrs. Morris Johnson and Milo Svendsen Svendsen were, heads of the cast. Others ^W'^the cast include Earl Berg, Mrs. Arnold ^Ander- gon, Morris^jiFohnson, Srherson Kelly, Mrs.- 1 ' Guy Woods, Mrs. Elmer Swanson, Mrs. Kenneth Seylar ahd'T.O live Lindgren. Tickets are 75 cents for adults and 35 cents for children. T<j Chicago Meeting Mrs. Ida E. Larson reveals she has'again been named as chairman chairman of'the Iowa Room, at the nationalf.eoftyentioh of the national national Idagtielpf district postmasters postmasters Nd'yV$r*B at the Morrison hotel, OhicagO.; This is the Golden Golden Jubjle^;'and Mrs. Larson says she''Kdpes to go. The Iowa room will, feature Iowa products, which wilK'fae'.'on display. There will aso.ja/ipick bar where Iowa productsYAtfijl be served on open- hougc nigjvfyf frTov. 4. As a na- iona .•^•'h^9. Comrriet]6jal Street, Algona

Clipped from Kossuth County Advance06 Oct 1953, TuePage 10

Kossuth County Advance (Algona, Iowa)06 Oct 1953, TuePage 10
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