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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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MARCH 19 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 MRS, FREEMAN, GREENE, BURIED Funeral Services Are Held for Aged Woman; Two Sons Survive. GREENE, March 19. -- Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Marie Freeman,'85, who died at her home here 1 Sunday afternoon, were held Tuesday .afternoon, March 17, at the 'Methodist church, with the Rev. G. j#V- Turner officiating. Mrs. Free- fc^rnan had been an invalid for many T\t years but was active in church and . \Smissionary work until not long before her death. She was born in Indina, Ohio, Jan. 19, 1846, and when 4 years of age moved with her parents to Wisconsin where she grew" to womanhood. She was married-there to Dacre R. Freeman and they moved to Blackhawk county Iowa, in 1886, and resided there until 1SSS when they moved to Greene, where she has since resided Her husband preceded her in death She is survived by two sons, George W. of Lake Preston, S. Dak., and Frank A. of Greene, and one sister Mrs. Geneva A. Lane of San Jose i Cal. Tossed Into Fireplace. ROSETTA, Miss., March 19 (UP) -When a tornado struck the home of Mrs. Maggie Beattle here recently it threw her into an open fireplace. Two children with their mother escaped in the wreckage of the home. Butler Project Lesson Given. .CLARKSVILLE, March 19.--Miss Allie Mae Smith is in Butler county all week March IS to 20 to give the Farm Bureau women their fiftn home project lesson. Miss Smith will hold a meeting in Clarksville at tho home of Mrs. Will Roberts. Chicken Has 2 Wishbones. ' TULARE, Gal., March 19. (UP-Mrs. H. J. Lumley, wife of a rancher near here, has a Rhode Island Red cockerel with two wishbones and no breast. The bird's heart is so close to the skin that its beats can be watched. MAN PAYS DEBT HE OWED AS STUDENT OF 42 YEARS AGO DAVENPORT, March 19. *--A student from Mt. Pleasant, working his way thru school as a farm hand neat Durant in 1889, came to the office of Dr. Henry Schumacher in Durant 42 years ago with an infected nail wound in his foot. HP was treated, and being without funds, was unable to pay the doctor's fee of 51.75, i Yesterday he paid his bill with compound interest after years of j effort to find Dr. Schumacher whose name he had forgotten by ] mailing: the latter a check for · $19.90. ' The student, now superintendent of the Bethesda home for the aged at Cincinnati, Ohio, was Matthew Hermann. Dr. Schumacher, who* is now in his seventies, is still practicing and maintains an observatory and a collection of curiosities at his "castle" in Walcott. ^ Woman Who Pulled Fire Alarm When Lost Greeted '·'· by Many Police, Firemen SAN FRANCISCO, March 19. (UP)-^So long as fire alarms oper- ,ate Mrs. Leone Bingham, here lor a visit, will not worry about getting 5 "VUVfirid failing to find 1 * policeman ; ttirned in a fire alarm In a few minutes she saw more firemen and policemen than she dreamed existed Explanations did not calm the firemen, but. Judge George Schonfeld seemed to understand and dismissed the charges against her. Gordonsville Community Session Will Be Friday GORDONSVILLE, Minn., March 19.--The community meeting will be Friday evening. W. R. Hamilton of a Season City business college will be the speaker. Sirs. Edwards Elected President. NORTHWOOD, March 19.--The regular March meeting of the past matrons club of the local Eastern Star chapter was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oscar Low. Officers for the coming year were elected, Miss Anna W. Edwards being chosen to serve as president and Mrs. Lila B. Dwelle, secretary and treasurer. Gives Eable Grove Talk. CLARION, March 19.--Mrs. Elma Young, -Sr., went to Eagle Grove Monday evening where she gava a talk on Ireland before the Rotary club and Rotary Anns. Tuesday she left- there for Waterloo to attend the funeral of the'late Judge C. E. Ransier. Mrs. Ransier and Mrs. Young are cousins. Globe-Gazette Offers Readers Book on CARE OF THE CAR An automobile is an expensive and delicate piece of machinery and should be treated accordingly. Study our booklet, CARE OF THE CAR, and get the maximum of service and life out of your car for the minimum of cost and attention. Don't be one of those owners who is always saying "My car is in the-shop today." Take care and avoid repairs, for the great- ,cst item of economy in car ownership is freedom from repairs. This booklet is fully illustrated and conveys briefly and clearly all the information the layman should, have about a car. Fill out this coupon before you forget about it.' The Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Frederic J. 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Splendid quality . . . and run-resistant I Girls' Rayon Underwear Formerly 49e--Don A grand value opportunity fnr thrifty mothers to fill daughter's needs I Vests, bloomers, panties. Sizes 2 to !§, Patent Leather j Cleverly trimmed with black- 1 and-white li.zard calf and gunmetal silk kid. $2.98 A Graceful Model In black kid, trimmed with patent leather and sand snake. $3.98 Patent Leather With dainty trimming of stitching and fancy underlay. Excellent value! K, $1.79 Sizes 8'/i to IVA, $1.49 J.C PENNEY CO. D E P A R T M E N T 20-24 SOUTH FEDERAL S T O R E MASON CITY, IOWA Clothing for Easter Never Before So Smart or in Price! Many Values for Men and Boys tfr I ^· Smart Style--Sturdy Quality--Stamp These SPRING'S FINEST SUIT * "pern*** *a outstanding mod* el far i p r I n g. Moderately form fining, with either p e a k or notch InpcL Comparable Qualify Would Have Cost $5.00 More a Year Ago I | liilS JL sivc group includes a comprehen- sivc variety of fabrics -- worsteds and novelties in softer weaves -- many interesting variations in the newer spring colorings. Smart styling has been happily combined with these fine fabrics to give you garments that attain outstanding valne prominence among spring suits. Extra Pants, $4.98 4-Piece Suit Here are exceptional values in suits for school. Twq pairs of golf knickers, of one longie and one golf knicker. The fabrics are Cassimeres, Worsteds and, Xwists. buys these Smart Spring Shirts Many Pre-snrunk · · . Color-fast It's a low price, but it certainly buys the most in years in fine broadcloth or madras. Appealing patterns ... solid colors ... emart shirts that really fit! T I E S for Spring An amazing selection of clioica fabrics ir. smart stripes anil figures of unusual appeal! SHSRTTS Just come in and see them . . . you'll want more than one! "The Invincible" A New "MARATHON" for Spring With Brim of Double Thicknesi The brim Is made with an extra amount of fur addii.'i* .to its durability. Smartly fftyled, too, and handsomely trua- med and lined In the season's favored shades. $3,98 Boys 9 Caps Equal Quality gl.49 a Year Ago I Smart -appearing and wear-re- listing . . . in serge lined cassi- nereal Spring Caps FOR MEN Extra Qimllty In Tweeds and Twlots.. Caps Same Quality #1.49 a Year Ago! Outstanding value In smartly iryled twists and cassimeres. Spring Caps FOR ROYS 69c Black Oxfords With a smartness that will appeal to style-alert men . . . and a low price that all will like! $2.98 Men 1 * Oxford* Smart style for general wear. Black calf with rubber heel, welt sole. Great value at . . . $3.98 Black CalS Oxfords That are lore to please any man who wants to look well- groomed--yet be thrifty I $3.98 Boys' calf leather Oxfords --for dress occasions when you want to look your best! 12 to 2 ll'//. .52.29 .$1.98 J.C. PENNEY CO. D E P A R T M E M T 20-24 SOUTH FEDERAL S T O R E MASON CITY. IOWA

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