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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1948, Mason City, Iowa 24 Dee T CUy b Hugh Crawford Rites to Be on Wednesday Burial at Minneapolis Funeral services for Hugh jCrawford Minneapolis son of Mr and Mrs F J Crawford will be held Wednesday at Minneapolis He died Monday following an ill ness A former resident of Mason City Mr Crawford had resided in Minneapolis for about 15 years He was employed at Daytons Burial will be at Minneapolis j D Long Rites Held at Boulder Private funeral services for J D Long nationally known flower and seed authority and dealer were held at Boulder Colo Monday according to word received here He died Sunday Mr Long was born near Mason City July 26 1873 He moved to Boulder in 1900 and established Longs Seed store a few years lat er Mr Long was a brother of the late Dr W Long and an uncle of Dr Draper Long Mason City and had visited here many times Surviving are his wife 2 sons and a daughter a brother and sister It You Be Make Fellow Who Receives Your Christmas Gift Happy Everybody likes to be Santa Claus once a year but does our gift make a fellow on the receiving end feel good too That was the question presented in a discussion of plans for the GlobeGazette Christmas Cheer fund which will be launched Wednesday The discussion was presented on the KGLO forum Monday aft ernoon by Miss Doris Bruce gen eral secretary and Miss Loretta Welsh assistant secretary of Fam ily Service Inc which will again distribute the Christmas Cheer funds The goal of the Christmas Cheer fund is Promiscuous and indiscrimi nate basket giving has often had NEW 1949 STUDEBAKER TRUCKS iisastrous effects upon1 the morale f the family which received these lifts or baskets the speakers pointed out Usually givers want to give to hose less fortunate than them elves But how can these groups e sure that their gifts will reach hose most in need of outside help it Christmas time And in this lommunity there are still families whose Christmas depends on the tindness and generosity of others The Best Way The best it may sring less obvious personal satis by a contribution of money to the GlobeGazette Christmas Cheer fund it was pointed out by the distributors of he fund Get Opportunity to Share Citizens of Mason City are jiven an opportunity to share in jringing Chirstmas cheer to all in Vlason City bv contributing to the heer fund Groups who prefer however to give a basket were urged by the speakers to telephone Family Service Phone 161 to clear with he agency in order that duplica tion may be reduced to a mint mum ton e Most easily maneuvered trucks that ever wheeled a load No wheel fight when making turn arounds or parking The extra leverage you plenty of to Studebakers unique variable ratio steering e Low cab floor saves a lot of tough climbing New surefootedness in bad the steps are enclosed inside the doors Automatic holdopen door stops A new kind of Hftrhehood accessi bility Engine and instru ment panel wfthin easy arms reach m four for 9 foot 12 foot 14 or IS foot and 17 or 18 foot bodies Shown above in 155 inch wheelbaae with 12 foot plat form aew 2ton model alto in the tame four wb Streamlined anil vltien distinguish all the new 1949 Studetwker trucks Pictured oneandono halfton 155 inch chaui with 12 foot vaa Half ton threequarter ton and one ton modeli are alao BALDUF HAWLEY INC 626 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE PHONE 677 May Butts Rites Held at Free Methodist Church in Plymouth Funeral services for Mrs Mary Butz 85 who died Thursday were held at the Free Methodist church at Plymouth Monday afternoon with the Rev Roy L Johnston Plymouth officiating A quartet consisting of Mrs Oletha Johnston Mrs Martha Tenny Richard Armstrong and Ezra Cerney sang Rock of Ages Zions Hill and The Eastern Gate Miss Mildred Farrington accompanied Alice Reynolds Carrie Leach and Nettie Armstronff were in charge of flowers Pallbearers were Richard Arm strong Joe W Davies Ezra Cer ney Arthur Holroyd Irving Hel mer and Herbert L Tenny Burial was at the Plymouth cemetery The PattersonJames funeral home in charge For Rent Floor Sanders Wallpaper Steamers Floor Waxers Caulking Guns COOKS PAINTS 118 So Fed Ph PRIVATE PARTY ROOM LETOS ITALIAN CAFE Conwr 13th ITALIAN FOODS FRENCH FRIED SHRIMF Served Deluxe Diwers er o la Style Open 5 P M or Phone fer Reservation PROFIT BY USING THE GG WANT ADS Farmer Northeast of Lake Poiio Victim Another case of polio developed in Cerro Gordo county is that of Wayne Larson 29 a farmer liv ing on route 3 northeast of Clear Lake He was taken to Iowa City in the Ward ambulance Monday noon Mr Larson is married and is the father of 2 children A total of 42 cases in the county have now been reported to the local chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis Reab Bound Over on Drunk Driving Lester Reab 903 Carolina place S E was bound over to the grand jury Tuesday after waiving pre liminary hearing on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated Mason City police arrested Reab at p m Monday near 1st and Madison N W after 3 cars were damaged in an accident Police said Reab was pulling away from the curbing when he ran into a truck driven by Lester Kitner Clear Lake The impact pushed the truck into a parked car The Proudest Gift for Tour Home AT WOLFS BIG 7 CUBIC FOOT FRIGIDAIRE THE GIFT THAT WILL KEEP ON GIVING 249 75 f FOR IMMEDIATE OR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY Deposit Will Hold Your Frigidaire On Our Holiday LayAway Plan Christmas begins in the home so why not choose a gift that will serve through the years and one that can be shared and enjoyed by the whole family Frigidaire will promote better living providing the advantages and economy of complete foodkeeping services Check the feature list below and or der your new Frigidaire now at Mier Wolf Cr Sons for holiday delivery 77 cubic foot capacity 144 square foot shelf area Big SuperFreezer with new aluminum multipur pose tray and 3 Ice Trays New Roller bearing fullwidth Hydrator glasstopped holds 21 quarts 5quart Cold Storage Tray Interior Light Ball bearing door hinges Height width depth 27 Other Models 67910 ani 11 Co Foot to MIER WOLF SONS TAKE UP TO 15 MONTHS TO PAY AND The Finest and Best Selection I Of Better TOYS in Mason City COME AND SEE DOLLS 98e to ELECTRIC TRAINS to ERECTOR SETS to ROLL TOP or FLAT DESKS to TRICYCLES to DOLL CABS to TABLE and CHAIR SETS WINDUP TOYS to to Sleds Blocks Games Tool Chests Bicycles Automobiles pedal type Pool Tables Drums Roller Skates Doll Houses Blackboards Yes Hundreds of Other Toys Toyland in Basement MIER WOLF SONS A KROEHLER ALLPURPOSE CHAIR With the Purchase of Any KroeUer Living Row Suite OVER 300 SUITES FOR YOUR SELECTION MIER WOLF a SONS This Offer Good Until Christmos
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