W. T. McGuire, Former Area Man, Passes William T. McGuire, 73, brother of two area men and a resident of Albuquerque, New Mex., succumbed to a heart attack at Dodge Center, Minn. Thursday. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church here at 2:30 p. m. Saturday, with Rev. N. M. Coughenour officiating. Burial was at Sunset Memorial Park, Albuquerque, with McCullough Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were six nephews, William, Donald, Leonard, Mark and Terry McGuire and William Moore. Born in Nebraska, Dec. 12, 1892, he was a son of Wm. T. and Ida Belle Volgamore McGuire. He married Edna Toten- hagen and she survives. Mr. McGuire had been at a clinic at Rochester, Minn, and stopped at the home of his wife's sister at Dodge Center when stricken. He lived here and at LuVerne before moving to New Mexico. Besides his wife, survivors include two daughters, Ruth (Mrs. Charles Collucci)and Betty (Mrs. Ray Kuhn), Albuquerque; a son, James T., Tulsa, Okla.; five grandchildren; two brothers, John, Algona, and Mark, Bode; and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Hoard and Mary (Mrs. Julius Hasche), Burke, S. D., and'Ida (Mrs. Floyd Moore), Faulkton, S. D. A son died in infancy. Lost For Awhile An unindentified 5-year old boy was lost in the crowd of shoppers for a while here Saturday afternoon after he strayed from his mother in a local store. He was later found on State street by a passerby - n9ne the worse for wear. $125,000 Suit Continues In Court Here Jurors hearing the Lovell- Skelly Oil Co. et al damage case here in district court, in which the former is seeking $125,000 for injuries received in an explosion here Jan. 29, 1963, reported sigain Monday at 10 a. m. to hear instructions and final arguments in the matter. They were then expected to begin deliberation to reach a decision. Judge G. W. Stillman, presiding at the trial, was slated to begin a term of court at Storm Lake Monday, but the term there had to be delayed when the case here ran longer than expected. The original petition was filed by Marvin G. Lovell, Emmetsburg, after he allegedly sustained serious injuries when a bottle Cord of Thanks • ==••= CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for prayers, cards, flowers, gifts and kindness that was shown to me while I was at St. Mary's hospital, Estherville, and during my convalescence. May God bless each and everyone of you. Mrs. Celestine Elsenbarth. (26*) CARD OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Joseph Lichter would like to express deep appreciation to all friends and relatives for the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards, food and help that came to us following of our beloved wife and mother. The Joseph Lichter family. (26*) CARD OF THANKS For the many comforting acts of neighbors and friends during our recent bereavement, we publicly express our thanks. Your many acts of kindness will long be remembered. The family of Mrs. Lucy L. Nielsen. (26*) THE WINNERS! The following individuals were the lucky winners in our seven-week-long contest: <3rand Prize Winner (final week) - LEWIS HACK SARTH, Algona Prize — Colored Television Winner, Sixth Week - M. T. WARD, Fort Dodge Prize — Rod & Reel Combination Winner, Fifth Week - EDWARD N. MERCH, Hardy Prize — Rod & Reel Combination Winner, Fourth Week - CHUCK KLOCKE, Algona Prize — Rod & Reel Combination '/inner, Third Week - ANDREW IUBENTHAL, Algona] Prize — Rod & Reel Combination ^Winner, Second Week - ERMEN HANSEN, Algona Prize — Rod & Reel Combination Winner, First Week - FRIEDOLF SOLDERBERG, Burt Prize — Rod & Reel Combination We would like to thank all of the people who entered our contest and wish them better luck in our next big contest. All winners will be notified. SCHULTZ BROS. S. Phillips - Algeria 295-3591 gas tank exploded as workmen were building an addition to the telephone office here. Future Teachers Elect Algona chapter, Future Teachers of America, elected Richard Aifwttt, Oi* Molnti Tuaftley, April 5, 1966 Black as president, last week, for the coming year. Brenda Sjogren was named vice president ; Connie Schtiltz, secretary; Barb Knudsen, treasurer; Bonita Kiilsholin, parliamentarian; Bill Burt, publicity; and Ben Knudsen, historian. If it** Newt We Wart ft! Men... What Will You Need To Fit Into The Easter Picture? New Suit? Choose from our huge selection in all the latest styles and colors from these name-brand manufacturers — J & F, Hyde Park, Middi- shade, Cricketeer New Hat? None better than Champ or Stetson in all the latest colors — in all sizes New Shoes? Nice selection by Portage New Shirt? Try Arrow-the finest. Many collar styles—Sta-Prest fabrics, as well as cotton and dacron and cotton New Tie? Top brands Regal and Storey to choose from WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS MAY BE. WE'RE SURE YOU WILL FIND JUST WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR AT ZENDER'S. CHOOSE YOUR WARDROBE FROM OUR FINE SELECTION OF TOP QUALITY, NAME-BRAND CLOTHING. SHOP OUR BOYS DEPARTMENT FOR THE YOUNG MEN !N THE FAMILY SHOP ZENDER'S TODAY - YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID !
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