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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1927, Mason City, Iowa AGED GREENE WOMAN BURIED Mrs Augusta Henke Dies at Home as Result of Heart Attack GREENE Sept funera lerviees for Mrs Augusta Henke 85 Hho died at her home hero Saturday were held today at the residence with the J Gresshelm official Ing Mrs Henke suffered a heart at few days ago from which she never recovered She is survived by seven children four daughters three of whom reside it home the fourth Mrs P living In Philip S and three sons Prank of Aredale Lewis nn at torney of Wray and Albert of Minneapolis Her husbnntl and one son preceded her In death some time ago x Mrs Henke was a personal friend of Judge Greene for whom the town of Greene was named and a pfoneer of Iowa coming to McGregor with her parents from Hamburg Germany tho land of her birth when she was 14 yearn of age She with her husband and family came to Butler county in 1SS2 and to Greene in 1S97 where she had resided since Visits Rock Falls Friends ROCK FALLS Sept Mar Sn Johnson who taught here in the ugh pchool last year but now teaches n Ventura cams down Friday oven mg to spend the week end with friends Girl Hides to Escape Punishment Organized Hunt Put Into Operation MANCHESTER Sept Mothers worried bloodhounds from Waterloo were summoned the river here was dragged and men searched for 24 hours from Saturday evening until early last night and all for nothing Yvonne ploimo 11 years old the subject of tlia worry and the object of the search then walked hungry and scared from a lumber yard In which she said she had been hiding to escape swimming wishes punishment from going against her mothers Glenville Girl Is Knocked Down by Auto GLENVILLE Sept Marvel daughter of Mr and Mrs eorge Olsen living west of here was inockert down and run over by a cai Friday night about on the Main street The traffic waa congested because of the crowd attending the outdoor movie and the roller skating so no one saw just what happened bui he child was knocked down by one and run over She was taken to the Albert Lea tospital at once where she was re ported to be resting comfortably RussellScott Makes Another Try for Life CHICAGO Sept the eighth time In a sensationally checkered ca reer Kussell Scott appeared in court today with his life at stake It was the third sanity hearing since the killing of Joseph Maurer In a loop drug store holdup on April 2 They say a cat has nine lives but I should remarked Scott in Ills cell Theyve had me set down to die now seven times and Im Btil alive For long distance perform anee Im the Ablea Irish Hose of the Cook county Scotts case which Is still being de fended by William Scott Stewart loted criminal lawyer is expected to e assigned at the hearing to some court by Judge William V Brothers iETTE cram1 in inor Frceborn County Fair Starts ALBERT LEA Sept reeborn countys fair begins tomor ow and continues to Sept 16 There III ba day and night attractions If more people particularly would look to their breath they wouldnt be so much alone Halitosis unpleas ant breath makes no friends The one way to avoid such offense is to rinse the mouth with Listerine every day and especially before meeting others Immediately Listerine removes every trace of un pleasant odor Dont fool yourself that you never have hali tosis Due to modern habits it is all too common Write for free book of etiquette Lambert Pharmacal Dept J5 21Q1 Locust Street St Louis U S A ready for next years vacation before vacation actually arrives Its not a bit too early to be gin laying aside money for next summers traveling Open a Savings Account with us NOW and make a deposit regularly every week When another vaca tion comes youll be glad you did y of MASON CITS Bank for Savingt Wirf Queen Marie Tells Americans Her Dogs Are Not to Be Sold SINAIA Rumania Sept Queen Maries dogs are not for sale She has let this be known to stem a flood of letters from Americans con taining offers to buy the royal house hold pets The tenor of the letters indicates the prevalence of an Impression In the United States that her majestjy is In reduced circumstances thru the loss of her husband andher throne This Impression it is stated at the palace is unfounded Vevy Fountain Costing Is One 9f New Sights Seen in Chicago CHICAGO In oot garden on the downtown lake ront the Buckingham Memorial foun tain said to exceed In beauty and vastness even the great fountains of the Versailles palace has taken Its place as one of the sights of Chicago The fountain constructed of vari colored marble cost and was given to the city by Miss Kate Buckingham as a memorial to her brother the late Clarence Bucking ham Chicago capitalist and patron the Tiers of marble rise out of a clear pool of water Great bronze sea lions apparently swimming in the pool spout water from the corners of the enclosure When turned on full force 134 geysers spout streams of water the central shaft rising to a height of 150 feet Flood flights of candlepuwer Illuminate the water In a dazzling display Maintenance of the fountain 1ms been endowed in perpet uilty by Miss Buckingham Anthropological Test Determines Parentage VIENNA paternity of a child has been established to the sat isfaction uf a Viennacourt by an thropological tests made by Professor Heche of the University of clinic Examination and comparison of distinctive marks Is the basis of the test Oniy persona out of have Identical panllllary grading according to Dr rteche Of these only will be to possess heads of the same general shape In the third teat perhaps only 600will show noses of similarity and hardly 100 of the number will have cars of the same type Fewer than 20 will show the same shaped eye and only five the same color of hair and eyes Finally but one person remains whseo fingers papillary drawings similar to those of the child wnose parentaga is being sought Carlton Is Expecting Large Freshman Class Sept 12 Opening of school doors at Carl ton college tomorrow morning will be the starting signal forono of the larg est freshman enrollments at the col lege Prereglstratlon figures of fresnmen at the institution announced by alumni members exceed that of any previous year and the executives believe that easily fllr 5 Following preliminary registration during the first day the firstyear students will assemble In Skinner Memorial chapel in the evening wheref they will be officially welcomed by Dr Donald J Cowling president Bristow Has Big College Enrollment BRISTOW Sept ly 2 por cent of this towns population will be enrolled In various colleges this fall Lama McNellus recently en rolled at Chicago where she will take a course In nurses training Carma Iahr Duane Stewart Neva Morford and Lome Boyland will leave Tuesday for Cedar Falls where they will be enrolled at I S Donald White will attend Iowa State college again this year Mrs Etta Eaker of Plymouth Succumbs PLYMOUTH Sept Etta Eakcr a resident of this town for eight years died this morning In an Iowa City hospital according to word received here Her four children wero with her it the tlmn of her No arrangements for the funeral havo been made Girls Dance With Joy when they use this new wonderful Fiench Process Faco Powder called that ugly shine away Women rave over Its superior purity and on longer looks like a com plexions youtlifiil pievents Inrga Got n box of MKLLO GIX3 Fnce Powder lodny The DamonIgou JUST ARRIVED JUST ARRIVED LEVIN BROS GUARANTEED LIVING ROOM SUITES IN VELOUR AND MOHAIR Of all occasions nothing can be on a par with this event It presents to every householder a sterling opportunity to re plenish the home with a New Living Room Suite Something very beautiful something illustrious to make the home more inviting Come and ee Gauge these pieces by any other pre cedent This is a chnUeugo to all com petition to equal these like it it should bring you and your friends to see the largest assortment of Living Room Suites in the city Easy payments arranged for everybody wife This Week Only v Just imagine a Suite as aKiafio us this You will simply love it And such You may have almost any com bination of coverings Roomy well made for a lifetime use Three full wing chair and Cox well And such a liny price week only This Week Only Plan an early visit this suite worth coming for It is charming and follows he hest traditions of period styles Choice of lovely coverings Three full pieces Over fifty different styles to choose This Week Only Theres fascination in this 3pc Suite It is remarkably well made in fact you may have your choice of Walnut frames The coverings can be chosen to please your own ideas home is worth anything to you you should have this Suite in it Budget Plan Furnishes All Homes Pay As You Get Paid Suites purchased at this sale will be bold for future delivery if so desired PHONE 3400 PHONE 3401 MASON CITYS COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS i i i i I yjf This Week Only You wont linger long over this Suite It has distinction It is smart Everybody will congratu late you on your choice Newest period effects Colorful Aridlo think priced so low this vveek Special This Week Only Free ruck delivery to out of town cus lomers w
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