The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 20
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1939
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20 TUESDAY, MAHCH 21, 1G39 DANZIG AWAITS GERMAN REUNION Believes Time Not Yet Come for Such Step Toward Nazis FREE CITY OF DANZIG, (IP)-A Danzig government spokesman declared Monday that the Free City was waiting anxiously for reunion with Germany but "our best information is that the time has not come for such a step." "We are not looking for any immediate change in our status," he said. "We must rely on Berlin to make the decision for us." · Other sources said that return .of Danzig to Germany, from which it was taken after the World war, would result from diplomatic negotiations and not from military invasion. Danzig, at the head of the Pol- j ish corridor to give Poland an out- I let to the Baltic, nominally is ad- j ministered by the league of na- j tions. Actually, however, it is nazi-dominated and a virtual annex of Germany. It has been a source frequently of Polish-German heat. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Visit al Clinton LEDYAnD--Mr. and Mrs. V/il- liam Wiemer left Friday tor Clinton where they spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Wiemer's brother and family. A 145-year-old building at Washington, Ky., is said locally to have housed the first postoffice west of the Alleghenies. MISHAP INJURY PROVES FATAL Mrs. Frank D. Peet, Iowa Falls, Dies as Result of Accident IOWA FALLS--airs. Frank D. Peet died at the hospital here Sunday O f complications following injuries suffered in a fall a few weeks ago. All of her life she was an active member of the Congregational church here and was a charter member of the Etude and Isabella clubs of the city. Mrs. Peet is survived by her husband. The funeral services were held at the Congregational church Tuesday at 3 p. m., the Rev. C. E. Custiman officiating. Interment was in Union cemetery. See Care Tournament THORNTON -- Lew Warren Throssel, Duane Mabb, Wayne Christensen, H a r o l d Hart wig. Wayne Schmalle, Mr. Hovey and Mr. Pinkerton went to Des Hoines Saturday morning to see the finals of the basketball tournament. Arc From Ames RUDD --Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Diesller of Ames were Saturday dinner guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. W. J. Kollman. They were enroute to Elma to visit relatives. A tooth is like money: You have to suffer to get it; you suffer worse when you lose it; and you can't eat without it.---Wisconsin State Journal. PLAN RITES OF EVAN HAGEN, 64 Farmer in Vicinity of Lake Mills-Dies;' Rites on Wednesday LAKE MILLS--Evan Hagen, 64, died Saturday at a Mason City hospital where he was taken about two weeks ago. Thursday his leg was amputated but gangrene had already set in. Mr. Hagen was a well known farmer living east of town. Surviving are his wife and 12 children: Mrs. Palmer Lande North wood; Mrs. Alvin Aarhus' Albert Lea, Minn.; Mrs. Wilbur Jensen, Mason City; Leonard Ha- gen, Kensett; Gilman Hagen,'Kensett; Bernice Hagen, Northwood- Elmer, Clifford, John, Lloyd Aldon at home; Thelma, Mason City. There are 11 grandchilden; one brother, Kittle, preceded him in death. Surviving are one brother, Ellef, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Hanson of Lake Mills, and Mrs. Emma Jostead, Bontineau, N. Dak Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 at the home ami 2 o'clock at the Zion Lutheran Attends Conclave PHOTIVIN--Mrs. Clara Mikesh returned home from Des Moines where sh« attended the convention of cosmetologists. One shouldn't encourage experiments, but it seems to be the rule that wives who help least .get most.--Kewanee Star-Courier. FIRE DAMAGES STRIBLYHOME Origin of Blaze at Calmar Unknown;' Interior Burned CALMAR--Fire of unknown origin partly destroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stribly late Saturday night. The fire had gained headway when noticed by the family. The bathroom on the second floor was badly damaged and the attic was almost destroyed by the flames with several holes burned on through the roof. The interior of the downstairs was damaged by water. The fire was discovered about 10 o'clock at night and it was thought it was caused by a fire in the pipes as well as in the chimney. Keturii From Texas TITONKA--J. E. Keil and son. and John Wood have returned from a three weeks' trip to Texas. They spent most of the time at Whitsett, where they purchased a quantity of bees and bee supplies. Visit at GoldfieJd GOLDFIELD--Kenneth Baldus, Lynn MclntyrS, Winston Nelson, William Wiser and Miller Nelson, students at Iowa State college, Ames, are spending several days with home folks. 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