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 - MAE BUNT DIES AT ARMSTRONG Survived by Parents,...
MAE BUNT DIES AT ARMSTRONG Survived by Parents, Four Sisters; Resident of Town Since 1903. ARMSTRONG— Hyacinth Mac Bunt, 39, died Monday moraing at Colman hospital, Esthcrville. On June 20, she became seriously ill while at the home of her sister in Esthcrville and was taken to the hospital, where an operation was performed in an effort to save her life. Miss Bunt, who was the Globe- Gazette correspondent in Armstrong, Armstrong, was the daughter of Jarnes and Minnie Bunt. She was born Dec. 23, 1896. on the farm known as "Bonnie Brae" south of Armstrong. Armstrong. Iowa. In 1903, she moved with her par- cnts to the home in Armstrong where she resided since. Here she obtained her education in the public- schools and spent her life with and for her parents. Besides her parents, she leaves four sisters, Mrs. L. R. Chapman, Estherville; Mrs. William Joshulke, Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs. John Blum, ,

Clipped from The Mason City Globe-Gazette01 Jul 1936, WedPage 57

The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa)01 Jul 1936, WedPage 57
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