431 15th Street 431 15th StreetAccording to the July 5, 1916 Racine Journal News: Second prize, a loving cup, was captured by Mrs. Ed Freeman. Her automobile was covered over with real daisies of the field variety and showed expenditure of much time and trouble. The running gears were covered with yellow, while the guards were draped in green, making a fine combination of colors to go with the daisies. Additional information with the decorated car at 431 15th Street:Addie Freeman – her friend from Chicago next to her – Alida Paplin. Louise in middle seat in back of Addie. Edith next to her. Gladys Fellows. Mildred is the younger one. Racine Journal News, March 28, 1917Mrs. E. F. Freeman entertained three tables of bridge yesterday afternoon at her home, 431 Fifteenth street. Racine Journal News, April 10, 1917E. F. Freeman, 431 Fifteenth street, of the Freeman Manufacturing company, has gone to Pittsburgh, Pa., where he will remain several days on business. Racine Journal News, August 23, 1918Wanted — Competent maid for general housework; 2 in family; Mrs. E. F. Freeman, 431 Fifteenth St. Racine Journal News, October 18, 1919Zahn’s“The new things first”Ask any of these people what they think of their “Hoover” Racine Journal News, March 23, 1922[Womens Club] Mrs. E. A. Taylor announced the luncheon to be given on Board of Manager’s day, April 19, and that the invitation committee would give out postcards for reservation at this and the next meeting, which are to be sent to the chairman of the social committee, Mrs. E. F. Freeman, 431 Fifteenth street, before April 15. The luncheon will be at 12:30 and will be followed with a play for the afternoon program. 1923 letterhead from Freeman Manufacturing Company, with which Edward Freeman was associated. 1925 Racine City Directory431 Edw F Freeman Racine Journal Times, August 25, 1932Miss Marion Helber, 431 Fifteenth street, entertained at bridge Tuesday evening in honor of her cousin, Miss Muriel Wolstenholm of Detroit. Racine Journal News, February 20, 1933Women of Kilbourn Country Club will be entertained at bridge tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Helber, 431 Fifteenth street, with Mrs. A. Haertel assisting hostess. Reservations are to be made with Mrs. Helber, Jackson 3916. Racine Journal Times, January 25, 1937Legion Auxiliary Seeks Clothing to Aid RefugeesUnder the chairmanship of Mrs. Walter Helber, 431 Fifteenth street, the American Legion auxiliary in Racine is organizing an emergency collection bureau for the assembling of clothing and bedding to be sent to the flood area. Racine Journal Times, November 18, 1937Saint Rose Society Has Benefit PartyWednesdasy afternoon Mrs. Walter Helber, 431 15th street, entertained 33 tables of bridge for the St. Rose Altar society. Racine Journal Times, July 5, 1938Legion Auxiliary To Elect Delegates to ConventionPlans for Racine’s participation in state convention activities will be made tonight when the executive board of the American Legion Auxiliary meets at 7:30 at the home of the historian, Mrs. Walter Helber, 431 Fifteenth street. Racine Journal Times, August 4, 1938Walter Helber, 431 Fifteenth street, left Monday for New Castle, Ind., to assume his new position as assistant manager at the Chrysler plant. His family will join him later. Racine Journal Times, January 6, 1941[Presbyterian Circles] The other two Tuesday meetings are those of the Priscilla circle at the Hayes Pederson home, 1650 Carlisle avenue, at 1:30 p. m. and the Lois circle with Mrs. C. P. Milne, 431 Fifteenth street, at 2:15 p. m. Mrs. Holger Christensen will be co-hostess with Mrs. Milne. Racine Journal Times, June 12, 1941431-15th 6 room Brick … $10,000 Racine Journal Times, February 23, 1944Miss Margery Milne, 431 Fifteenth street, left Tuesday for a week’s visit with her grandmother, Mrs. James Andrew Milne of Toronto, Canada. Racine Journal Times, March 19, 1945Keefe & Company SuggestionsRefreshingly different: Compact six room brick and stucco at 431-15th. Three bedrooms; two of which are unusual in size. $12,000. Racine Journal Times, September 2, 1948Smith, Walter M., 431 Fifteenth Street. Age 61. Passed away Sept. 1 at St. Luke’s Hospital. Mr. Smith was born in Racine County, Nov. 16, 1886. In Racine on April 11, 1912, he was married to the former Clare E. Oliver. For many years head had been associated with the Michael Yundt Co. of Waukesha, Wis. He was a member of St. Luke’s Church. Racine Journal Times March 6, 1950431 Fifteenth StreetThis brick home is in perfect condition, sun room, large living room, natural fireplace, dining room, kitchen, 2nd floor, 3 bedrooms, beautiful tile bath and dressing room, oil heat, 2-car garage, nice yard. Early possession. $19,000. Racine Journal Times, September 14, 1950General Electrice Range complete with clock and automatic oven control. 431-15th Street. Dial 2-0276. Racine Journal Times, August 23, 1954Owner moving away — Spacious four bedroom brick home in desirable southeast residential section. Natural fireplace, model kitchen, dish washer, dispose-all, power room downstairs. Large tile bath upstairs. Oil heat. Double garage. 431-15th St. Dial 2-7677. Racine Journal Times, March 7, 1955Freeman, Ed, Los Angeles, California. Age 77 Passed away March 6 in a Los Angeles hospital. Mr. Freeman was born in Racine on June 25, 1877, son of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Freeman, and was associated with the Freeman Boiler Works here. He had formerly resided at 431 15th St. Edward Francis FreemanBIRTH 25 Jun 1877DEATH 6 Mar 1955 (aged 77)BURIALForest Lawn Memorial ParkGlendale, Los Angeles County, California, USAPLOT Col. of Security, Gardenia Terrace, Lot 0, Space 17119MEMORIAL ID 85403138 · View Source Racine Journal Times, October 2, 1959Ex-Nash Chief in Racine DiesWalter G. Helber, 75, works manager of the Nash Motor Company’s southside Racine plant until the plant was closed in 1938, died this morning in Newcastle, Ind.Helber moved to Indiana after the Racine plant closed, becoming manager for the Chrysler Motor Corporation’s plan in Newcastle. He retired in May of 1949.