Albert Coop Jr.
Local Grocer Succumbs To Heart Attack at 59 W. Albert Coop Jr., 59, of 243 30th, owner of the Albert Coop Market, was dead on arrival at the Dee Hospital Wednesday of an apparent heart attack. Mr. Coop had owned- and operated operated the market at 245 30th since 1930. He was born June 4, 1906, in Ogden, a son of Albert and Anna Muller Coop. He was educated in Ogden schools, graduating from Ogden High School. STARTED WITH FATHER He started his grocer's career with his father's market after his high school graduation and purchased the store in 1930. On Oct. 20, 1932, he was married married to Loretta Katherine Hardy in Ogden. Mr. Coop was a member of the Unity Lodge, No. 18, F&AM, a member of York Rite p ° 1 t> mber of i ° "* ^°Fy' f^mer o the Ogden, Shrine Club and the C. (June) Winn, Sanford, Fla. El Kalah Temple of Salt Lake City. . • He was a life member of the BPO Elks, member of the Fraternal Fraternal Order'of Eagles, member of the International Footprint Association and a member of the Ogden Chamber of Commerce. Commerce. SURVIVORS Surviving are his widow, one son, three daughters: Dr. William William Albert Coop Jr., Mrs. Charles R. (Margaret) Eckstein, and Mrs. Lowell W. (Kathleen) Dean, Linda Susan Coop, all of Ogden; five grandchildren; one brother, two sisters: Lawrence A. Coop and Mrs. Minnie C; Fronk, both of Ogden; Mrs. F. Public Masonic funeral services services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of Flowers Mortuary, 836 36th, with Unity Lodge No. 18, F&AM Stephen J. Donviel, worshipful master, officiating. W. ALBERT COOP JR. Market Owner Friends may call at the mortuary mortuary Friday 7 to 9-,p.m. and Saturday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Interment in the Ogden -City Cemetery. 1 See the new dress yam washer - dries in dryer .........1............... KNITTING WORSTEDS Regular $1.69. Now Yarn Roy Shopping Center