Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 24
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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^aii-ai__tS-Si.-i_ J «L; TWENTY-FOUR , KLINGBILE DIES JNCHARLESGITY Fathei^in-Law of 01 i v e i Plant Manager Taken ... by Heart Attack.: .. CHARLES CITY--Prank Kling- oile, father: of · Mrs. Hoy Melvin whose husband manages the Oliver Farm Equipment manufactory m Charles City, diet! at Cedar Valley hospital shortly'after'he was stricken by a heart attack Thursday morning while at work" in the factory. ; ' Besides his daughter, 'his wife survives. Mr. Klingbile was about SD years of age. Funeral arrangements had not yet been made Tlunsday. George Wallace, 85, Is Buried at Cresco CRESCp--Geot-ge Ayallace, 85' died Tuesday 'at Hie. home 'of his niece and'husband, Mi-, and Mrs. Martin Olson, Cresco. Funeral services were held at the Olson home Thursday -with burial at Oak Lawn cemetery, Cresco. Officers Are Entertained. LIME SPRINGS -- Mrs. E. H Hahyeg entertained officers of Utopia chapter, O. E. S., at a sewing bee at her home Tuesday aft- ·ernoon.- Use MenllioJalum lo help of en llic nosirils and pormif .freer-, breathing ,fr r ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 · 1937 FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily"Lenten Devotional Prc. · p a r e d by Dr. Willard L. Spcrry for the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. . ' Third Week--"The Fatherhood -'· · of God" 'HALLOWED BE THV NAME" Thursday, Feb. 25. "A son horioureth his father . . . . if then I be a father, where is mine hon- oih-?" Head Malachi 1:6-11. . The.metaphor of the Fatherhood of God is ·' drawn from a human relationship which has lost, in our modern worl_d, cei- t a i n o'f t h e meanings which it had in Jesus' \day-. The avei- a ge -American father is affec- Itionately tolei- ated by his children as an amiable and . useful person in t h e background ot . DR. SPERRX\ their lives, "who provides their, support and. pays their bad bills. His role hardly meets the requirements of an adequate idea of God. In the Jewish home of Jesus' day "the glory of children aie .heir fathers"--an idea which would seldom occur to our younger generation! The text defines ;he relation clearly. The reference of duty is from son to father, not Irom father to son. If the teaching of Jesus about the Fatherhood of God is to retain its dignity and .rue meaning, we must not draw the analogy, too uncritically from modern American homes. A Christian is hot .a favored and spoiled child who has been given a blank check oh 'life,-'arid who runs 'iip moral debts that will be automatically, paid by an .infinite benevolence. Hather, "a son honbur- eth his father." Prayer: Teach us, O God, because : we. are .thy sons, to make and to keep thy name holy amonj men, to behold with reverenl vender thy _ glory, and in all hirigs to seek thine honor. Amen. Follies Girl Merely a Friend, Says Young Hopkins P O S T P O N E D ! -Fublic Sale, VvJiich was io have been lield February 24, lias been Fostnoned on account of the weather and roads IT WILL NOW BE HELD ON Wednesday, March 3, at 1 P. M. 'Sa.Je.-v.-lU be held at farm 1 mile west and '/. mile south of Mauly, Iowa, JAMES V. SANDY Carl, Shcimo, Auct. Manly State Bank, Clerk SEN ATE FIRM ON JOB INSURANCE Votes to Reject House's Amendments to Iowa Measure. DES MOINES, tfP) --The Iowa senate voted unanimously Thursday to demand that the house back-down on-its amendments to the measure which would establish a three member, full time unemployment conpensation commission iristed of a live member, part time board. If the house refuses to recede, the bill will go to conference committee. Meantime the margin of time for establishing 'the commission to conform with the federal social security hoard requirements grew less and Jess. Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel warned Wednesday-that legislative delay was endangering return to Iowa of the 53,000,000 in unemployment compensation taxes already paid by Iowa 'employers. . Could Lose Taxes. He pointed out that the setup, established by the special session last December in order 'to 'conform with federal requirements; requires that the board administrator by March 1 and that if this was not done Iowa : stood to lose .the taxes the.special session was called to save. Pending decision on the .three member board, the governor held up- his appointments to.the five member' board originally provided for. - , ' . . . ' ' ' House C u t Salaries. As originally passed by the sen- ale, the. three member board bill would have : paid each commissioner 54,000 a year and a secretary, $2,400. The house cut board members' pay to $3,000, limited all board employes;to'$2,400 and provided that'not'more than GO per cent of the 'employes could be To Relieve Bad Cough In a Hurry, Mix This at Home Better Results, and Saves BigMoney. EasilyMIxed. You'll never know how qulckjy anil easily you can overcome coughs due to folds, u n t i l you try this famous recipe: It gives you foiir limps ris much couch medicine for your money,.-and yoinl find it the finest thing you ever tried for real relief. . Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar anil one cup of water a few- moments, until dissolved. No tie. Add your syrup and von have a full pint o£ medicine that will amaze you .by its quick action. It never spoils, lasts a family a long time, and tastes unc--childreirlovc it. -_This simple mixture tnkos right hnlil oc n fiovere cou^b. For real results you've never seen its equal. It loosens the phlegm, soothes the inflamed membranes, and quickly cases soreness and difficult breathing. , Finer is a compound of Norway Pine, in concentrated form, famous for its prompt action io. coughs and bronchial irritations. Money refunded if it docsn t please you in every way. members of any _ one political party. " . . Senator Roy E.' Stevens (D) of Ottumwa, in urging the senate .to reject house amendments, declared that "they don't understand this situation. The government," he said, "pays the administration cost from the 10 per tent of the tax it collects. There is no reason for the house to limit salaries. Any surplus left out of Iowa's administration cost fund will go-to other states who didn't hold to their 10 per cent." Car Strikes Sled. DES MOINES; (fP) -- Eugene Briton,. 13, suffered a severe brairi ~ concussion and possible skull.-fracture when a, car struck his sled. The. drivor of the car said he did not see' the sled until too late to stop; Driscoll Funeral to . B e Friday Morning ' KEOKUK, UP) -- Funeral services for the late Senator T, F. Driscol! of Belfast will be held at St. Peter's Catholic church here Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Burial will be ;in the .cemetery at String Prairie. Colflesh Is Elected. ·DES · MOINES, -UP)--Robert W. Colflesh,. Des Moines attorney, was elected chairman of the Polk county Red Cross chapter. Farm Home Destroyed. BELLE . PLAINS, (fP) -- fire started in a broken chimney flue destroyed the Walter Rhul farm home north of here. HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS.A DAY Doctors *av your kidnevs coDlaln 13 mites of liny tubes or filters which help to purify tb« VHDCKI and fceep you healthy. 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