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Mrs. Pannkuk Passes; Rites Held, Titonka Swea City — Mrs. Boyd Pannkuk, Pannkuk, 87, died at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Saturday, Mar. 31, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Telko Sleeker, Titonka, Titonka, where she had resided for the past 57 years. She was born Mar. 17, 1875 in Germany. Funeral services for Mrs. Pannkuk Pannkuk were held today (Tuesday) at 1:30 p.m. in Good Hope Lutheran church a> Titonka with Rev. 0. Olsen officiating. Burial was at the Ramsey Reformed cemetery and Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Pannkuk is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Telko Stecker, Mrs. Chris Brandt, Mrs. Carl Giesking and Mrs. Ella Brandt, Titonka, Mrs. Harold Anderson, St. Clair, Minn., and Fran Pannkuk, Pannkuk, Mason City; and eight sons, Fred, Algona, Everett, Laurens, Ben, Mason City, Anton, Kanawha, Kanawha, Rev. John Pannkuk, Stutte- gart, Ark., Minert, Shannon, 111., Rev. Henry Pannkuk, Princeburg, Minn., and John Smidt, Buffalo Center. Also surviving are two brothers, Warner Smidt and John Smidt, Forest City; three sisters, Mrs. Garret Dirksen, Woden, and two in Germany; 57 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Divorce Granted Ralph Carlson was granted a divorce from Judith Carlson Monday Monday in district court here. Judge Joseph P. Hand issued the decree. Undergoes Surgery Mrs. Marvin Kramer of Algona returned home Saturday after undergoing undergoing surgery at Rochester. a

Clipped from The Algona Upper Des Moines03 Apr 1962, TuePage 1

The Algona Upper Des Moines (Algona, Iowa)03 Apr 1962, TuePage 1
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