The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 29, 1947 · Page 7
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, MAY 29, 1947 PAGE SEVEN HASTINGS HAPPENINGS * A department devertwl to news of Hastings and Hastings cltteens and to the promo- fJon of the general tat«r*t» of the Hasting* community. Met May 21 The Riverview Rebekah lodge hr>ld their regular meeting at the loclpe hall May 21. There were 15 members present at the meeting. The application for membership of Anna Mae Miller was voted on and the initiation will take place the following' meeting night, June 4. After lodge Ethel Johnson and Ptella Hall served refreshments of jello salad, crackers, cake and rofl>e. A pood time was enjoyed hy all but the rain made them disperse early. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hire of Des Moines visited In the Fred Martin home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hlckerson of Elliott visited in the Jack -Lar- crnt home aturday. Mrs. Alllo Larpent went home to spend some time with them. Mr. and Mrs. Rea Shepard visited in the Ralph Hall home Sunday. Ellen Kay CERTIFIED — INSURED PERFECT DIAMONDS an Insurance policy with every ring. THE LARGEST SELECTION Men's and Women's WATCHES In Southwestern Iowa. Use Our Lay Away Plan and your Credit BETTER WATCH REPAIRING at A.W Underbrink JEWELER SHENANDOAH LAST RITES FOR MRS, G, S, PURCELL Former Hastings Resident Dies in Council Bluffs Funeral services were held at the Woodrins Morturary In Council Bluffs Friday at 2 p. m. for Mrs. G. S. Purcell. conducted by the Rev. Watson of Broadway Methodist church. firace Anderson, daughter of Jacob and Amanda Anderson, was born in 1877 In Canton, 111. When a young girl her parents moved to Hastings where she attended school and graduated with the first class to graduate from the Hastings school. Later Rhp took nurses' training at Glenwood State school. She was united In marriage to Oalen S. Purcell of Hastings In 1902. They made their home In Hastings until moving to Council Bluffs in 1926. She passed away in Council Bluffs after an illness «of a few hours. She Is survived by her husband, a son Gordon of Jewell and a daughter Maxine of New York City; two grandchildren, Bruce and Sandra Purcell; a brother, Loren Anderson, of Orleans, Neb. Memorial Service-* Held nt .North Grove Snmlny Memorial services were held at North Grove cemetery Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Audrey Kearn's acted a? hostess for the afternoon. Rev. Baker gave the opening prayer and he and Mrs. Baker rendered a beautiful duet. Following the song Rev. Baker grave the address. The graves of soldiers were then decorated by children of North Grove families. The bouquets were red, white and blue garden flowers. After the graves were decorated taps were sounded by Clarence Boos. A large crowd attended this impressive service. People from Shenandoah, Glenwood, Council Bluffs, Malvern, Hastings and Emerson were in attendance. Memorial Services Friday nt Mrthodiftt Church Memorial day services will be held at the Hastings Methodist church Friday at 2:30 p. m. Ref. Boas will bring the message. Immediately following a military service will be held at the cemetery. Mrs. Mettle Henry has been visiting relatives In Clarlnda. Mrs. Huth Bowen was hostess to the North Grove Cemetery association last Wednesday. A large crowd of about 36 attended. Plans were completed for the Memorial day services. Reports were given by the different committees. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. Bowen served a delicious two course luncheon consisting of loaf sandwiches, pickles, cake, fruit salad, -whipped cream and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelley and Deloris visited in the Chester Cary home near Red Oak Sunday evening. Mrs. Ray Kelley, Mrs. Anthony Briley and Chas. Carlson spent Friday afternoon visiting their sister, Mrs. Ada Regenauer, who Is in the Edmundson hospital at Council Bluffs. Mrs. Regenauer underwent a major operation there three weeks ago. Mrs. Jennie Nelson and two daughters of Blair, Neb., visited over the week end with her mother, Mrs. M. B. Fellows. Hnstincs Methodist (linirli Rev. flare II. Boos, Pastor Morning worship service 10 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. m. This Sunday night. June 1, will be the regular monthly Fellowship service. The chlldrens Day program will be given at this time The Student Day offering will be taken during the program. The committee will serve refreshments at the close of the program We invite all members and their friends and friends of the church and Sunday school to attend. The annual conference will be held at Grace Methodist church in Des Moines, June t 11 to 15. There will be no preaching service Sunday June IB as the Pastor will be at conference at that time The Decoration day service will be held at the church on Friday, May 30 at 2:30 p. m. Rev. C. H. Boos will bring the address. Following this service we will go to the Cemetery for the remainder of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alspaogh and VIrgie Lee of Council -Blnffs spent Sunday in the Ray Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson and son were in Shenandoah Saturday. Gerald Mosler. p,oh Shepard. Dick Johnson and Clarence Boos are employed at the booster station. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lookabill called in the H. I. Scott homo Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Weeren Powen and Jack were In Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bennett of Glendale, Cal.. and Ora Hutchings of Shenandoah were guests In the Benjamin Haroff home Sunday. Later they attended Memorial services at the North Grove cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. Will Young, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haroff and Susie Hall attended funeral services for Mrs. Galen Purcell In Council Bluffs Friday. Miss Bettie Haroff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haroff of Hastings ranks sixth in the graduating class at Iowa Slate college, Ames. A special honor convocation was held for the honor students May 22. Miss Haroff will graduate June 13. She plans to teach home economics in the Carson schools next year. MLVERNON GIFTS For All Occasions L. S. ROBINSON 10-Day Watch Repair Service Glenwood, Iowa Thi* guy n*ed» *upport . . , tb« Br««dio« Implement A Motor Co. CM «M»|»oi1 every cUun U»»y m«k* about At Jeto DMT* un* pltmwU th»y wU, C«n# in *i»d l«t u» «now you n«w »«»y Ito Jqta D**ft trtfitar it to BRKDIHG IMPUMENUMOTORS^' JOHN Ufcfcttt PIYMOUIM • UUOlit OtIUl'K Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Durbin attended an Eastern Star meeting at Conway last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Roberts and son of Los Angeles, Cal., and Miss Thelma Roberts of Glenwood were Sunday guests in the H. A. Dunbar home. They attended memorial services at North Grove cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hosier and Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon King went to Arapahoe, Neb., over the week end to visit Mrs. King's parents. Anna Crawford took care of the Hi-Bank store while they were away. Mrs. Harry Enger of Aberdeen, S. D., and Mrs. John Mletent and daughter, Mrs. Robert Miller, of Claremont, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross spent Sunday at the Fred Martin home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin and Mrs. Wallace were in Omaha last Wednesday. Mrs. Madge Marsh was in Des Moines last week to take care of her grandson who was just released from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lookablll artd Madge Marsh were visiting In the James L. Parklson home in Percival Sunday. Mrs. Fred Lookabill, accompanied by Mrs. Agnes Workman of Henderson and Miss Esther Olson of Pacific Junction attended funeral services for John Donahue at Red Oak Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shaw visited In Omaha over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Haines attended memorial services at East Liberty Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Haines vis-. ited with Mrs. George Blackman at Shenandoah Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phelps of Webster City spent from Wednesday until Friday visiting with friends and relatives. They attended graduation exercises for Pat Wright and Marilyn Phelps while they were here. Miss Mattle Phelps visited cousins in Olathe, Kan., last week. Ira Turner was rushed to the Mercy hospital Sunday evening for an. emergency operation. Wearln school held their last day of school picnic Friday. Only the children attended. They plan to hold a community picnic when the children have recovered from whooping cough. Marlene Johnson of Malvern was a house guest of Marilyn Phelps over the week end. Mrs. Anthony Briley and Donald of Emerson spent Sunday aft? ernoon in the Ray Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Shannon of Bed Oak called in the Paul Rich* ardaon home Sunday. Several changes have taken place iu the newspaper route* in Hastings. Jackie Courtier has taken the Nouparetl rout* which Leroy Vaughn formerly had; Billy NohU hM tajwa WW<1 Bry, w»'« Qw Moines Reflttwr route; Phillip BMSOO fcaj rout* fojrwwjy op* by Eu««Att Mr* Mr. and Mrs. Dale nell. V.onda and Dolores drove to Shenandoah Sunday to visit an aunt and uncle of Mr. Bell's, Mr, and Mrs. Orvllle Bell. Mrs. Lawrence Alberts spent a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cogley, at Glenwood and to attend high school graduation exercises in which her nephew, Dewuyne Cogley, took part. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bower, Barbara and Leroy were visitors In the Glen Bower home In Red Oak Saturday -evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bower went to Randolph Sunday, then to Tabor to see Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas who are in rather poor health. Mt. Vernon school ended with a community picnic Friday noon. There was a good attendance who did justice to the huge amount of food set before them. Quilt Fleeing Experienced homemakers say sort out the new cloth scraps to be used in quilt piecing. Sprinkle and roll up in a piece of cloth. After an hour, iron each piece .carefully, make sure not to get it out of shape. The starch comes back to the material by this method and the blocks aro easy to cut and sew. Notice of Election TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE HASTINGS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, MILLS COUNTY, IOWA: You and each of you are hereby notified that there IB on file in the office of the president of the Board of Directors of the Hastings Independent School District, a petition signed by the requisite number of voters of said school district, asking that an election be'called for the purpose of authorizing the incurring of indebtedness by the said school district, in an amount not to exceed $4.500, for the purpose of purchasing one or more new or used school buses for the transportation of pupils. You are further notified that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of said Independent School District, held on the 7th day of May, 1947, the Board called for an election to be held on the 5th day of June, 1947, at the Community Building in Hastings, Iowa, with the polls to be open at said place from 12:00 o'clock noon .to 7:00 o'clock P. M., on said day, at which election the following question shall be submitted to the voters of the said school districts: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Hastings Independent School District, Mills County, Iowa, have the authority to issue general obligation bonds of the said school district in an amount not to exceed |4,500, for the purpose of, paying the cost of the purchase of one or more new or used school buses for the transportation of pupils, said bonds to mature within ten years from the date thereof." Dated this 7th day of May, 1847. Wendell Lambert. President, Board of Directors, Hastings Independent School District, MUU County, Iowa. •• 4M, Qrotfa MLVEfi* LEJKT*; 'iS TO DWVE "i SO ' ' JILLIN<3, STAV SPEEC --ELL ME/ON THE 1 -WHAT I SHOULD THE THAT HAND HANDLE, VbO USE IT SPEEDY I IN CASE OF f AND REMEMBtP.THE MO«T T tMPOCTAMT THINcS TO LEARN ABOUT DPIWtti A CAR K. IF «itHJ HAVE ANY TROUBLE, CALL ON mm AND THEVlt DO VfcOO REPAIR WORK (JEASOHABl-fe FACTO REGULAR Servicing Pays Bring your car REGULARLY every month or every 1,000 miles and let us give it a thorough lubrication and servicing job. Few things will provide better protection and help you ' pet more economical mileage. GOOD BUYS IN USED CARS 1938 Chevrolet Coach Top condition with motor just overhauled. 1938 Oldsmobile Sedan Heater, Radio. New tires. Motor completely rebuilt. GET THE BEST ZEKITH AND CROSLEY RADIOS MODELS EXTRA VALUE IN ALL SALVERS AUTO Co. MALVERN, IOWA Dr. D. M. Kline Featured in School Magazine as Pioneer of Profession Dr. D. M. Kline was featured In The Slilletto, student and alumni publication of Klrkovlllo college of osteopathy, In a recent Issue when he was the subject of a feature article headed: "Pioneers In the Profession." The article will be of Interest to his friends in this vicinity and follows: "Osteopathy appealed to me as an honorable profession whereby one could render veal service to mankind and also profit thereby," says Dr. D. M. Kline, pioneer os- teopathlc physician of Malvern, la. Dr. Kline claims that osteopathy was brought to his attention by the benefit and the cures rendered by Its practloners to BO many people, who he knew, who had received no relief for their human ills under medical treatment. He became enthusiastic to the extent that In September, 1899 he entered the American School of Osteopathy for the course of study. Dr. Kline graduated from the A.S.O. In June 1901; and at the request of a patient of his senior year he located at Truman, Minn. In 1901 most of the states had no laws to govern or protect the osteopathic practitioners. The service and the results that they rendered to the people was their protection. It was under such conditions that. Dr. Kline gave his professional services to all who came to him seeking relief from chronic or acute diseases. This Included obstetrical cases and the cnre of contagious diseases. He became very much Interested in obstetrics and has delivered more than 2,000 babies. After practicing for two years at Truman and Madelia, Minn., he returned to his native state, Iowa, in 1903 where he located In Carson; and In May, 1908 he moved to Malvern. Dr. Kline had heretofore been deeply interested In the state of Iowa and had been active In helping to establish a law recognizing osteopathy In that state. This law became effective In July, 1902. Dr. Kline was married to I,u- clla E. Wolfe of Malvern, Dec. HO, 1303. He has three sons, Daniel Dale, John Alfred and Carey Randall. John Alfred graduated from the- K.C.O.8. in January, 1930; and since that time has been practicing In partnership with his father in Malvern. Dr. Kline Is a member of the American Osotoopathlc Association, the Iowa Ontcopathlc Association and the second district of the I.O.A., and has held various offices In the state association. For several years ho served on Ihe legislative committee of the I.O.A., during which time osteopathy was ( given much recognition through tlie Iowa legislature. Dr. Kline 1ms always taken nn active, part In social and civic affairs find holds membership in n scorn of societies and organizations. Dr. Kline says that ho feels Indebted to such men as Drs. Andrew Taylor Still, H. R. Bunting, A. G. Htldreth, William Laugh- lln, George I.aughltn, Harry Still, Charles Still, Charles Hazzard mid others who gave to him OB- toopathlc Principles, Diagnosis and Teohulc. , "Life as an osteopath has been good to 1110 and I have enjoyed these years of rendering service to mankind," he declares. J.H.BECKWITH Insurance Phone 2111 36tf. Phone If you want top quality cleaning with quickest service. 2131 HUBBELL CLEANERS Malvern Laundry Service Phone 2131 THE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOUII SYNOD 18.47 Jtap MTMUBf ftWWlfift fed PHOTO 8*nl» PwrttU WtAt 10 1947 of BIBLE CHRISTIANITY „ ".., Like Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver" To the mind of King Solomon, these words expressed the ultimate in beauty and effectiveness. His full proverb reads, "A word, fitly spoken, is like apples of gold in pictures ot silver." One such word in the Bible is the word "atonement." The word appears only once in the New Testament—another word for the same thing, "redemption," is better,known—yet that word IS the Bible. All the Old Testament looks forward to it; all the New Testament looks back at it. It explains the whole plan of God for the salvation of men—how God sent His only-begotten Son into the world to live a perfect life and die an innocent death to atone for the sins of men. To atone means "to cover," "to compensate for," and by the atonement of Jesus Christ upon the cross, all the sins of all who take Christ into their hearts in faith are covered and cancelled and cast away forever. A manipulation of the word will also tell of the blessings of the atonement —"at-one-ment" Through the perfect atonement rendered by Jesus Christ, all believers in Him are again "at one" with their Maker. Their sins having been removed, God dwells in them and they in God. They may petition their heavenly Father in prayer. In eternity they shall be "at one" with God forever. The word "atonement" bespeak* peace and pardon, hope and joy. The Lutheran Church oj the Missouri Synod thanks God, on its Centennial, that this weclou* Bible doctrine of God's atonement for roan's sins has been «iv«a w w«n tnd pmemd among John's Lutheran Church tt«»iittti«i low* |U<v. THE BIBLE CHURCH

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