Clipped From The Algona Upper Des Moines
SEVER PANNKUK, TITONKA, SUFFERS STROKE AT HOME Tltonka: Sever Pannkuk suffere a stroke Wednesday evening E 9:15 o'clock. He had been to A gona during the afternono, return Ing home about 5 o'clock. John Stot was spending the evening then playing Chinese checkers. All E once Mr. Pannkuk said he felt i and got up to go to the kitchen As ho reached the kitchen he fe unconscious to the floor. He struc: his head a bad blow on the stove a he fell. Dr. Sartor was called and als Lester Charlson, a neighbor an the three men succeeded in gettin t him Into bed. He remained un conscious until two o'clock in th night. All his children were calle to his bedside. At this writing h is much improved. Mr. Pannkuk owns and operate the roller skating rink here. Tho following called on Seve Pannkuk Thursday and Friday: Mr and Mrs. August Pannkuk, Mr. an Mrs. Raleigh Pannkuk all of Brlce lyn, Minn.; Herman Pannkuk o Elmore, Minn.; Sever R. Pannkuk Jr., of Duncombe; Mr. and Mr? Everett Pannkuk of Burt; Ben Pannkuk, Mrs. Boyd Pannkuk Chris Brandt, Wm. Boyken, Mrs Everts and Nantze, Rev. and Mrs Schnucker, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U Meyers, Sonus Iscbntnd, Mr. an Mrs. John Pannkuk and John Stott all of Titonka and vicinity. Mrs. August Pannkuk of Brice lyn stayed to assist Mrs. Pannkul during Mr. Pannkuk's illness.