Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
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Mrs. J. Quayle Services Held Rites Conducted at Local Funeral Home Funeral services for Mrs. John R. Quayle, 53, who died Sunday, following a' short illness, were held Tuesday afternoon at the chapel of 'the McAuley and Son JZ&M?*- funeral home, with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustalson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. R. E. Patton played obse- quial music on the organ. Mrs. Clay Woodhouse and Mrs. Parnell Kelly, were in charge of flowers. Members of the Rebekah lodge, the Royal Blue Lodge No. 240, Manly, and the Royal Neighbors of Manly attended the services in groups.. Also attending the services from out of the city were her mother, Mrs. Henry Miller, Manly; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Miller, Clear Lake; Larry Miller, Clear Lake; Claire Miller, Manly; Mr. and Mrs. H. J Miller, and daughter, Eva Lou Vinton. Mr and Mrs. George Cabelka and Mrs. Dale Hogge, Yale, Iowa Mr and Mrs. Varle Faber, and Miss Twyla Foltz, Perry, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johanningmeier, Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Backhaus, Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chrlstofferson, Monona. . , Mr. and Mrs. Harley Reichart. ^tUe Port, Iowa; Mrs. Eileen Cords, Garnavillo, Iowa; Harvey Backhaus, and Oscar Pufhall, Guttenberg; Mrs. Charles Wiley, Marshalltown; Mrs. Minnie Miller, Sheffield; Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller, Postville; Mrs. Minnie Backhaus, Postville; and Mrs. Marie Schutte, Castalia. Pallbearers were Ed Wobitn, Glenn Vawter, Sidney Bemis, Carel Shultz, Seymour Angell and Henry Britven. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. DIES AT NASHUA Nashua — Mrs. Joseph Mellon, 72 died at her home here Monday at 11:45 p. m. She leaves her husband and 12 children. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. Friday at St. Michael's church, - I Mary (AuntMayme) Cook,, Decker Plant Matron, Dies • _ -i. \f «j* «.**• "J£ # with tery. . burial in the church ceme- Witwer Grocer Co. 22— I Oth S. W. Phone 815 Dr. Ronald O. Masters Office Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Open Monday and Thursday Evenings Closed Saturday at Noon Safeguard Modern chiropractors are filling an ever - growing role in the vital job of keeping Americans of all ages healthy. Chiropractic is a highly specialized science, devoted to releasing spinal nerve pressures. A Chiropractic examination with X-ray pictures is an investment in n a t u r a 1, radiant health. Phone 854 For Appointment Neurocalometer X-Ray Laboratory Mary (Aunt Mayme) Cook, 67, died at her home, 610 llth N. E., at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, after a short illness. She had been a resident of Mason City for 28 years, having come here from Alexandria, Va. T , She was matron at the Jacob E. Decker & Sons packing plant, where she had been employed for the past 25 years. Mrs. Cook was born Oct. 3, 1880, at Albany, N: Y.. Surviving are her nephew, George Harklerode, a great niece, Georgia Dee and a great nephew, George, Jr. Mason City. She was preceded in death by her husband, William in April, 1919, and by 3 children in infancy. A sister, Agnes Adams, also preceded her in death in 1937. She was a member of the Holy Family Catholic church and the Catholic Daughters of America. The body will lie in state at the Meyer funeral home, where the parish Rosary will be said Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. The Holy Family Ladies Aid Society will'say the Rosary at 4 p.m. Wednesday, and the C. D. of A. at 9 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral services will be con- it 9 a. m. Thursday at the Still on the Road Memphis, Tenn., (U.P.) — Mrs. Clara L. Young -is a 78 year old food broker selling macaroni, spaghetti, noodles and marshmallows to wholesalers. Mrs. Young, despite her age, hits the road to make her sales in a Model T Ford coupe which cost her $600 25 years ago. Kion Clly Oleb«.G«t«it», Mn»n City, U. June 29, 1948 church, with (Sue, and Msgr R P. Murphy officiating. I Tressa Mihm Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Attends Services of Otto Pattschull at St. Mary's, Chicago ; Wednesday at St. Mary's parish i Chicago. Surviving Mr. Pattschull are his -ife, Adeline, a daughter, Norma n Chicago, Mrs. .^_ He is also survived y a sister, Mrs. Herman Vutzlaff, nd a brother, Paul Pattschuli, lason City, who were unable to ittend the services because of ill- less, and 3 brothers, Henry, Leo md Fred Pattschull, and a sister Mrs. Selma Majiski, Greene, who attended the services. He is also survived by a sister, Hannah, of Staples, Minn. Afraid To Eat Due To Gassy Upset Stomach "I was so full of gas 1 was afraic I'd burst. Sour, bitter substanc rose up from my upset stomach after meals. 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Think of it-ten bars-Si .45 value-of famous soaps for only 79 cents-less than eight cents a bar! Buy one or more assortments and save during our Famous Brands Soap Sale. SORRY r NO MAIL ORDERS PLEASE; 50 BAR ASSORTMENT $7.25 Value 100 BAR ASSORTMENT $14.50 Value a/mi 201-203 North Federal

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