of Doctor Beck of age under permission unless members You pounds months major at Seventy-six-year-old Paul Kinnick Kinnick died Monday in St Anthony hospital in Carroll where he _ ^ a ... had been a patient since March na tions 5 A longtime Coon Rapids more o ften banker, Mr Kinnick had lived in yea r. I**-,----* vÂ»*3 01 Â·V^ttC*. 1 QAO I TÂ» JT -* Bayard since 1949. Mrs for Dave Ladies Fri- d^CUL M. *J*,J-A^^- -*-v * v - .. 1 IVii O \^41 V tl jj^/AAAwi-'v* ---Final rites were held Wednes- donor ^ s\.ns\ -- VM Â·C'Â»i./"vwi ^Vtfl I^Of^n _ _ . Â· Â»;A day at 10:30 a m from the Coon Rapids Methodist church where he had been a lifelong member. Officiating were Rev Mark Sullivan, Sullivan, pastor of the Coon Rapids ' r i Â·Â·-Â» i-\~iÂ« ^X "Dooo Jb'ri- n V3in pastor of tne coon napiua Stubbs, cnurc h, and Rav Dale M Bass, Mozena, Bayard Methodist pastor. A me ns quartet consisting of Way- Hall, ,,,, Twtor. Paul Nelson, Oliver Hall, Kelly. and the is a of play chosen. LI It Ho viu.cn **%-** -wÂ»v* -- - Â·_* -Â·Â»* Â· ne Textor, Paul Nelson, Oliver Textor and John Schumacker sang. Mrs Paul Nelson was organist. organist. T . Carrying the casket were Lyle Kinnick, Dennis Ford, Wilbur Donald and Duane Herron and Paul Nielsen. Interment was made in the Coon Rapids ceme- \Ji\Jl.i\JL -blood son receiving Crosier the was Moines Wayne wrote "we helpers words tery. Paul Harold Kinnick Bayard through be Ken- Martin, the meetings each evening special different Guthrie be honored. the Bayard be honored will be Christ. and Church Friday Bayard encourage enjoy word of Paul Harold Kinnick, son of Alonzo and Jeannette Williams Kinnick was born at Coon Rapids Rapids August 18, 1892. He lived all of his life in the Coon Rapids and Bayard area. He passed away at St Anthony hospital at 8-15 a m, Monday, April 1, after a lengthy illness. He had been a patiefnt at the hospital since we Mrs there donate In eir Â» Paul graduated from the Coon Rapids High school in 1909 and 1 ' = ' . . , rÂ«;t^r nnmmpr- had from then from Capital City Commer- cial college in Des Moines. He Agr i cu was in the banking business at Coon Rapids for 28 years. Since Thig his retirement in 1949, they have crop made their home in Bayard. He under nicUAC HICUL mjii*^- *-- a was married to Dorothy C Soren- seii on August 12, 1914, at Stuart Stuart They were the parents of three children, Leo M, Lohrville; Eileen (Mrs Leverne) Smith, Coon Rapids, and Edward of Bayard,. all of whom aurvive will be music j-jayaru, o-t-L tjt - Â»Â»."Â»Â«"Â· -- jtne nuniuei UL along with 13 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Also througn surviving are two sisters, Gert- to taled rude (Mrs Everett) Brideson_of th r Sacramento, California and L.U- OcU-l CLlllCllVA-', v^Â«*Â»"Â»' -- .LiTOI t-l.'-'Jt' lian (Mrs Delbert) Ford of Qn Rapids, many other relatives and hag Preceding him in death were his parents, Lon and Nettie Kinnick, Kinnick, one sister, Lucile (Mrs Wilson) Herron, in 1956, and a brother, Robert, in 1953, also one great granddaughter.