Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 49
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 • 1936 NINE PRESIDENT MAY ASK AUTHORITY Expected to Eliminate or Consolidate Agencies by Executive Order. WASHINGTON. OPI—instead of recommending a detailed plan 01 governmental reorganization to congress. President Roosevelt is expected by some advisers to seek authority for consolidation or elimination of minor executive order. He is known to favor a comprehensive regrouping of many agencies on a functional basis. Should such a plan as lie envisions be left to congressional discretion, however, some have expressed fear that pressure from jobholders and interests affected might endanger the whole idea. I Mrs. Louisa Koenen Is Dead in Latimer; Rites Are Conducted LATIMER—Mrs. Louisa Koeneo resident of Latimer for 17 years, died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Henry Dirksen, Saturday night. Mrs. Koenen was in poor health several years. Mrs. Louisa Koenen was born in Pommcr, Germany, March 24. 1868. She came with her parents from Germany when 18 weeks old and settled at Ackley. She was , rnarfried to Jerry Koenen in 1887 agencies by and settled in Richland township. They moved to Latimer in 1920. Her husband preceded her in A White House Greeting death in 1932. Those left are, three daughters, Mrs. Henry Dirksen, Mrs. Kinder Dirksen and Mrs. Toby Jurgens: two brothers, William Voy and August Voy, of near Ackley and 16 grandchildren. Funeral services Tuesday, conducted were by the the pr Kest certain major steps now and being con- , Mr Schmidt, pastor of the Reformed church. Burial made at the church cemetery. may sug- held Rev. Zion was Dumont Youth Hurt When Pinned Under ! Auto After Mishapj ask that the rest of the problem be left to him. Provision would be made for s congressional veto of any specific shift. Mr. Roosevelt look his first important step toward consolidation in making the resettlement ad-I ministration ^ part of the agn- i culture department. j Rexford Tugwell. who recently I DUMONT—Donald Early, ^5, j resigned as administrator, and i;on °f Mr - anc * Mrs. Vern Early, > Secretary Wallace agreed the was injured Sunday night about j shifting of the emergency agency j midnight while returning to his i was logical. The extent (if its fu- | home from Hampton, when his' lure activities was not made i' coupe struck the rail on the right known. | side of a bridge near his home ; south of No. 10 and went in the M ... C" ?\/f ! ditch on the left side of the road, rS. -JlmpSOn IVlOVeS I Pinning him under the car. H. D. f r J TT : Miller, Jr., one half mile cast on Oi L,OnUOn riOme ' ^ T °- 10 - Bought he heard a noise 1 and on getting out of bed saw a car light shining into his field. He thought he hbard a voice calling and phoned Mr. Early to see if there had been an accident. On **- "MERRY CHRISTMAS f rom THE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT This plain, unassuminc sreetir.s; card was received by friends of Presifii-nt and Mrs. Roosevelt to mark the holiday season this year. An oid fashioned snow scene is at the top. Mrs. Derganz Rites to Be Conducted at Lawler Wednesday NEW HAMPTON—Mrs. Martin Derganz, 47, died here Monday from an infection. 'She had been ill for six months. Services will be held at Lawler on Wednesday. Surviving are her husband, three children, Gladys, Joseph and Peter all at home; four sisters, Mrs. Byron C. Hewitt, New Hampton; Mrs. John Vaala, Lawler; Mrs. Edward Downs, Elma, and Mrs. Charles Kriz, Lawler; three brothers, Henry Otteson, Albert Otteson and Alfred Otteson, all of Lawler. Evangelical Officers at Ackley Are'Named ACKLEY—The First Evangelical church elected; William Marschall, superintendent; Fred Burkley, assistant superintendent; Fred Dentel, secretary; Floyd Wright, treasurer; Thomas Trepp and Dr. H. L. Wright, trustees of the church. The W. M. S. elected Mrs. O. W. Grobe, president; Miss Anna Strassburg, vice president; Mrs. F. W. Wendland, secretary; Mrs. C. S. Lang, treasurer; Miss Elizabeth Keller, contingent fund treasurer. The society has pledged to raise funds toward the erection of a Rest cottage at Riverview Park grounds, Cedar Falls. —Vv'allis Warfield ; out of her New I terrace home Tues- i Cumberland day. While the Amcric cationed on the workmen loaded her furniture into vans and returned numerous household objects loaned by former King Edward to his country home at Fort Belvedere. Mrs. Simpson's lease will be allowed to expire without renewal, her representatives said. Early found his son's car in the ditch. They called for help to free Donald from under the car and rushed him to the Waverly hospital. He received bruises and cuts. It is thought he fell asleep at the wheel. Probe $500 Theft at Produce Plant FORT DODGE, (/P)— Investigation was launched Tuesday by the Webster county sheriff's office into the theft of $500 in cash and currency from the Armour Produce company's plant at Cowrie Sunday night. The theft was discovered Monday. The safe was smashed with a hatchet and crowbar after attempts to blow it had failed. Po- In Remodeled House. SWALEDALE—Lester Eddy remodeled one of his buildings for a But ofte;' we think we hale a man because of his ideas when we really hate the ideas because of I residence and their son, Mr. and the man. — Dubuque Tclesraph- j Mrs. Melvin and son moved in Herald. I Mondav. lice clews. arc seeking fingerprint A woman can knit a charmin fall suit for S12, if you count he labor worth 17 cents a week. — Davenport Times. Men's Toilet Set ^1.49 Beautiful packages GALE'S CHOCOLATED This Petite Assortment is very popular. MADRID OBJECT OF PLANE RAID Socialist Pilots Take Off and Drive Insurgent Ships Away. MADRID, Iff)—A squadron of fascist airplanes bombed the northwestern Rosares district Tuesday in the first air raid for many days. One plane, believed to be an insurgent ship, crashed during the bombardment. Socialist pilots took off at the first signal of the aerial attack and succeeeded in driving the fascist ships from their positions over the suburban area. Government defense council authorities announced the closing of the Portuguese consulate at Gijon, northern coastal-port. The instruction, issued on a 24 hour notice,, was accepted by the Portuguese consul. Brisk Holiday Trade Reported at Garner GARNER—Local business firms reported an increase in sales in many lines of holiday goods, especially radios. Mailing is above average, Carl O. Roe, postmaster said. Homes, stores, outdoor decorations and lighting effect have never before been so extensive. Implement Store at Allison Is Closed ALLISON — The implement store located in the Cheever building and under the management of Louis Van Horn has opened for business. A line of Oliver farm equipment will be stocked after the first of the year. WILL SEEK TO IMPROVE HOGS Regional Laboratory to Apply Scientific Plan of Breeding. AMES — Swine improvement through application of scientific breeding methods will be the main problem of the regional swine research laboratory proposed for lowa State 'college, Dean R. E.. Buchanan, director of the Iowa agricultural experiment station, said Tuesday. Utilization and application of leads already gained in experimental work with swine and with other animals and plants will be objects of the proposed laboratory, it was stated. The laboratory will attempt to find out, for instance, if results similar to those obtained in the field of corn breeding will result if applied to swine. Recommended by Directors. In other words, more interest las been expressed in how desired results can be obtained through swine breeding than in actually producing a new strain of hogs. Establishment of the project was recommended to United States Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace by directors of 12 agricultural experiment stations meeting in Chicago Saturday. Dean Buchanan represented the Iowa station. By Agriculture Department. The station at Ames will be a unit in a project in which experiment stations in the north central states will participate. The swine breeding project will be financed by federal funds provided by the Bankhead-Jones act and by the experiment station funds. Administration of the swine project will be by the United States secretary of agriculture. Detailed administrative set-up of the project has not been worked out. The station, if it is established, might mean that additional land and equipment would have to be procured at Ames. Community Chorus at Ledyard Gives Program LED YARD—The. community chorus gave a concert at the high school auditoriu.n Sunday evening. The program consisted of several numbers by the chorus, a musical reading by Cleo Gabel, a cornet solo by Dr. C. C. Anderson and the history of hymns by the Rev. Mr. Kelson. .The chorus consisted of about 30 voices. X-Ray Shows Broken Pelvic Bone 5 Weeks Following Accident ACKLEY—An x-ray Monday afternoon revealed a b::oken pelvic bone was suffered by Clifford B. Hayes, who five weeks ago was injured in an automobile accident on highway 65 enroute to Des Moines. For 10 days he was in the Ellsworth hospital at Iowa Falls and when released was ordered to remain in bed for threo \veeks. Continual pain in his back and right thigh was the reason for the x-ray, which also showed that the bones were knitting, but it will be some weeks before he will be out of bed. Mrs. Bethke Matron of Garner 0. E. S. Chapter GARNER—The Eastern Star lodge elected Mrs. Dorothy Bethke, worthy matron; Clarence Waterman of Klemme, worthy patron: Mrs. Bella Peterson, associate matron; the Rev. William Zabilka, Klemme, associate patron; Marie Blank. Klemme, conductress; Mrs. Reta Hamilton, associate conductress; Mrs. Cora Zeiger, secretary; Mrs. Edna Wetterling, treasurer. Installation will be ea':ly in January. Blind Waterloo Man and Wife Rescued From Fire in Home WATERLOO, (/P)—E. F. Clermont, 77 year old blind retired railroad conductor, and his wife, 66, were rescued from a second story porch early Tuesday by firemen when flames and smoke prevented them from escaping down the stairway of their home. Damage to the house was estimated at S350. Hot ashes placed near a basement partition was believed to have started the blaze. Visitor From Faribault. LAKOTA—Miss Mary Towler of Faribault. Minn., arrived Sunday to spend the holidays at the E. R. Worley home. Hitler seems to want a king. 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Cans Tobacco Christmas Tree Lights Wrapping Paper, Tags Stickers, Ribbon CASEY DRUG CO 335 SOUTH FEDERAL THE ?exog£ DRUG STORE Robert Widger, Clear Lake, was | admitted t .the Park hospital j Monday lur a major operation. Charles Osborne, 616 Delaware avenue southeast, was admitted to he Story hospital Monday for reatment. Mrs. Orville Steil and infant on, Garner, were dismissed from he Mercy hospital Tuesday. Mrs. May Clute, 207 Monroe avenue northwest, was admitted to the JPark hospital Monday for treatment. Marilyn Anne Tompldns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tompkins, 414 Washingtn avenue northwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Saturday for treatment. Mrs. Telford Wik and infant son, 670 Ninth street southeast, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday. Marjorie Jones, 617 Massachusetts avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Monday following a minor operation. 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