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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - June 1, 1975, Albert Lea, Minnesota The Days records whats a foot Jack Sprenger owner of jacks shoe Niche in Wallace a congratulates mrs. Ernest Anderson Center who won the bicycle in a grand opening drawing and Mary to Anderson who won a pair of shoes for giving the store its name. Tribune photo area deaths Marvin Sailor Marvin Sailor 53, died thursday evening at his Home in Easton. Funeral services will be monday at 2 . At first Baptist Church in Blue Earth. The Rev. Sheldon Schearer will officiate. Military honors will be accorded by Easton american legion Post 569. Friends May Call at Heitner funeral Chapel beginning sunday at 2 . And at the Church i hour before the service. Interment will be at Riverside cemetery Blue Earth. I or. Sailor was bom january 29. 1922 in Minnesota Lake township a son of John and Mihna Sailor. He lived his entire lifetime in Faribault county where he was a trucker. He married Gladys of Groske March 23, 1944. She survives him. They had two sons and two daughters. One daughter Judy Lee preceded him in death. Surviving is a daughter Linda mrs. Curt Palmer Renwick la., and two sons Thomas of Easton and Perry Winnebago. There Are five grandchildren. Or. Sailor was a member of Delavan Baptist Church a Volunteer fireman and a member of american legion Post 569 in Easton where he was a past commander. He was also a member of the vow in Blue Earth and served in the . Navy 1942-1945. Also surviving Are three Sisters Edna mrs. Benedict Woitas Minnesota Lake Donna mrs. Wayne Larson Albert Lea and Darlene mrs. Lloyd Lewis Richfield and three Brothers Ira Minnesota Lake Edward Easton and Gerald Wells. Preceding him in death were his parents and Brothers Tim Wayne Harold and Henold and sister mrs. Ethel Bechtel. Mrs. Allan w. Hagen twin lakes a funeral services for mrs. Allan w. Julie a Hagen 21, will be held at 1 30 . Monday in the North Freeborn lutheran Church. The Rev. Paul Reppe Wil officiate. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call at the Bonnerup and son funeral Chapel. I born at Albert Lea dec. 12, 1953, she was a daughter of or. And mrs. Carlyle Johnson of Ellendale. She had attended the Glendale school system and had been an employee of the pizza hut. She was a member of the North Freeborn lutheran Church. J or. And mrs. Allan w. Hagen were married aug. 25, 1972. He survives her. Her parents four Sisters Alice Louise and Nancy All of Waseca and Judy Amundson a twin sister of Glendale a brother Martin of Glendale and her grandmother mrs. Clara Johnson sr., of Clarks Grove survive her. A son Jay in 1973, had preceded her in death. Mrs. Hagen died at 12 15 . Friday in the Naeve Hospital. Roger g. Allen Wil officiate. Burial will be in Hillcrest memorial cemetery. Or. Hovland was born january 20, 1909, to or. And mrs. Ole Hovland at Hayfield Minn. He grew up near Hayfield then spent two years in a Barber College in los Angeles graduating in 1928. He served in the . Marine corps during world War ii. He married Dela Thompson june 24, 1930 at Spring Valley Minn. She survives him. I he owned and operated Barber shop at Leroy and Good Thunder and went to work for interstate Power company in 1951, retiring in october 1972. He has lived in Albert Lea since 1953. He has also worked part time As a Barber Here. He was a member of the first presbyterian Church and veterans of foreign wars. A son Carroll r. Hovland jr., Bozeman mont., survives along with three grandsons Kent Laird and Brook. A brother Melvin Sun City Ariz. Also survives. Three Sisters and five Brothers preceded him in death As Well As his parents. Memorials should be designated to the Naeve Hospital kidney unit. Naeve admissions May 30 mrs. Thomas Legred Bricelyn. Valerie Hedensten Freeborn. Ervn Suhr 512 Harriet Lane. Donald Kinsley 211 sixth ave. So. Wells admissions May 29 Terry Sorock Wells. Mrs. Anna Kontzelmann Wells. Mrs. Orville Urbain Walters. Cleo Lohberger Minnesota Lake. Naeve releases May or mrs. Gertie Shaunce 800th 4th ave. So. Matthew Green son of or. And mrs. Wilmer Green 1509 Sunset. Christopher Ross son of or. And mrs. Kurt Ross it. I. Anton Hagerud 622 water St. Mrs. Mary Nelson Alden. Mrs. Delia Geesman Alden. E. W. Mulder Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Kenneth Meister Freeborn. I Francisco vile real Hollandale. Deaths May 30 mrs. Allan Julie Hagen 21, twin lakes at 12 15 . Carroll con Hovland 66, 2330 Clayton at 1 30 . May is hid Sanden infant daughter of or. And mrs. Gary Sanden Oakland. Clarks Grove recreation opens tuesday Clarks Grove the Clarks Grove recreation department will open its summer session tuesday according to director Gene Biever Tennis Golf pompous Baton twirling softball and baseball will be offered. Nancy Shea will teach pompous with Marilyn Claussen teaching Golf and Julie Depoppe Baton twirling. Cindy Theede will teach softball for girls in grades 3 6 and demise Jensen will handle grades 7-10. Bob Sheppard will teach Tennis. Gordy Olson will be in charge of the 3-6 Grade boys baseball and the 7-9 Grade Junior baseball team. John Whelan will coach the 7 9 Grade baseball team. Torin Klunder and Jim Armstrong will also be helping with the recreation department As Well As doing other work for the City of Clarks Grove. 1 anyone in the Clarks Grove area interested in any of these activities May attend any of the lessons. They Wil be held at the Clarks Grove school grounds every Day monday through thursday. Schedules have been distributed through the Clarks Grove school but anyone wishing one should Contact Biever. Planning Board to consider special exception permits Chad David son of or. And mrs. David Engelby 215 s. Pearl St., weighed 7 pounds and 9 ounces. Born May 15. Amy Muise daughter of or. And mrs. Blaine Nelson Glenville weighed 8 pounds and 15 ounces. Born May 15. Michelle Lee. Daughter of or. And mrs. Mick Beighley 520>4 Grace St., weighed 6 pounds and 9 ounces. Born May 18. Consideration of three up Cecial exception permit and two rezoning petition requests will be discussed 8 . Monday at the regular meeting of the advisory commission. Henry Hobbiebrunke is and mrs. David j. Eli Aaan. Ellendale weighed 8 pounds and 144 ounces. Born May 22. Sarah Lynn daughter or or. And or. Duane Kloser Mills Iowa weighed 7 pounds and 104 ounces. Born May 19. Kevin Irvin son of or. And mrs. Irvin l. Tufts 1002 e. Johnson St., weighed 8 pounds and 74ounces. Born May 19. Angela mar j Ean daughter of or. And mrs. Darris g. I arson of. 3, Box 3, Albert shed 6 pounds and 4 May 23. Melissa Marie daughter of or and mrs. Gary Balfe Hoo Sheridan St. Weighed 6 pounds and 13 ounces. Born a 24. Angela Mare daughter of or. And mrs. John r. Frydenlund 813 18th St. Weighed 7 pounds and 5 ounces. Born May 19. Angela Renee daughter of or. And mrs. Steve Stillions Joice Iowa weighed 6 pounds and 3�?T ounces. Bom May 20. David Bruce son of or. Malpractice answer sought Des Moines. Iowa a a temporary solution to the problem was sent to the Iowa Senate for debate Friday without a recommendation for passage. The measure is designed to insure that doctors and especially Anaesthesiologist a can Purchase medical malpractice insurance until a permanent solution is worked out. The House at first struck most of the House version but then reversed itself and made Only a few minor changes. Requesting a special exception permit to construct a new Home in a one acre tract of land in Bancroft township. Michael Heffron is requesting permission of a similar permit to construct a new Home on a tract of land two Miles North of Moscow. Henry Mueller is seeking a special exception permit to allow for a Home site about three Miles Northeast of Maple Island. Bill Kepple and Clyde Wakefield of Kepple machinery 1147 s. Broadway ave., is requesting rezoning of five acres South of county Road 92, three quarters of a mile cast of Hammer Field from agricultural to c-3 general commercial. The Oakland Farmers elevator co., is asking for rezoning of eight acres in Oakland township from manufacturing. The parcel is located directly West of the Oakland elevator. The request is to allow space for Grain storage and shipping facilities. Albert Lea Tribune a a Sunder Jana i he a above All a Good roof Hirshey Mownn Carrol con Hovland Carrol r. Con Hovland sr., 2330 Clayton Avenue died Early saturday morning at the age of 66 in Naeve Hospital. Funereal services will be at 2 30 . A monday at Bonnerup and son i funeral Chapel. The Rev. Hid Bridget Sanden Hidi Bridget Sanden daughter of Gary and Linda Sanden of it. I Oakland died at birth at 10 30 . Friday. A graveside service was held saturday at the Hillcrest cemetery at Oakland with Rev. Earl Lund officiating. Survivors include the parents and grandmothers mrs. Lester bothum of Oakland and mrs. Tony Falk of Beloit wis. She is also survived by a a brother Devin. Quiet please when an advertisement is in the newspaper there Are several things you can be sure of i just about everybody in the Albert Lea trading area will see the and 2 they wont be driving to work or holding a conversation while the and message drifts aimlessly 3 they wont be knitting or sleeping or blowing or any of the other myriad things that keep us All a a too Busy Quot to Stop and listen. The printed word a the Only answer. People must concentrate to read an and placed in the Tribune. The message gets undivided attention in Over 11,000 Albert Lea area Homes each Day. Done to be left out. Whether you have a Puppy to give away or a whole store full of merchandise to sell do it today in the Albert Lea Tribune. The quiet effective one the Albert Lea Tribune free thermos Jug. The Brand name that say it All insulated rust proof Jug with Lea proof liner ast flow faucet. 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