Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on September 12, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa · Page 5

Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1935
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' D j YflgPTEMBEB 12,1935 THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX. IOWA IOCAILS Iowa spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, VAN HOUTEN LAWYER -vienneHetzhasreturn- | school duties at the Tinstiute at Des Moines > weeks vacation spent Mi-, and Mrs. George Georgia weighed 7 Ibs. at she and her mother fteTa Beach is visiting fin Kansas City this Vern Roll and infant l6S Andrew, returned jm the hospital in Des [Tuesday. Lucille Munger, daugh- teorge Goodale, is quite rheumatism, at her Des Moines. id Mrs. Ernie Anderson Iren of Lincoln, Nebras- jd from Saturday until at the L. B. Anderson . Caldwell homes. jlef Chevrolet Co. resale of a new Standard u John Lillie. JR. D. Tully returned .from Grinnell after a Isit at the home of her and Mrs. W. M. family. sorge Ridgeway of Poc- daho, arrived here Frl- a visit with her aunt, (ill Eidgeway. [armony Reading circle lesday afternono, Sept. Irs. Carrie Bruington. d Mrs. Rollie Bender Saturday from their ie Black Hills. Strain of Clearfield snox visitor Tuesday af- a few days in Des Moines, visiting her sister, Mrs. James Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas and daughter Velma, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heaps and daughter Virginia, left Thursday for a two weeks visit with relatives in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Heaps will visit at Braton while Mr. and Mrs. Haas will go on to Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. John Estel are staying at the Haas home during their absence. Dixon & Estel report the sale of new Ford V-8 cars this week to Floyd Wall of Gravity, Kenneth Hayes of Diagonal and Otis Wall of Clearfield. came Mo., Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Poindexter. Mrs.' A. E. Cameron home from Mary villa,, A¥1U> , where she has been helping to care for her sister who is seriously ill. Don Bice of Adel was a business caller in Lenox last Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. I. G. Randels were in Des Moines Tuesday, to help arrange the programs for the fall conventionl Joy Arnold went to Omaha Wednesday to attend a group Undertakers meeting. , Among those from Lenox who attended the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Wurster, of west of Lenox, in Creston Tuesday, were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ward and Sunday. The ladies brought nany good things to eat and |p. H. Riepe of Mound Ikansas, mother of Mrs. I Wells, passed away Frl- T-the home of her son at (.. Kansas. .ne Baumann of Des ; who has been spending ,her vacation with her ,„ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur nn, east of town, visited 'in Lenox, Thursday. • •Young of Creston was a iHsitor Friday. land Mrs. Harry Gray I the street fair, at Kent, The Stringtown Board met at the home of Rev. Shepherd on Monday of this week. The members, husbands and wives, were present and following the business session, lunch was served by Mrs. Shepherd. Ben Manroe took his sister, Jennie, to Ottumwa Wednesday, where she entered the Sunny Slope sanitarium for treatment. The trip was made in the O. P. Arnold car. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Caskey, Mrs. Sarah Stoaks and Marvin Stoaks left Tuesday, for Seattle, Wash., where they will visit at the Clem Shaw home. They plan to be gone about a month. Wm. Barrans and Perry Gray went to Iowa City, Monday, and returned the same day bringing Billie Gray back with them. He had been in the hospital at that place. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Recknor, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bush are leaving this (Thursday) morning for New Richland, Minn., where they will visit at the Ernest Recknor home. They will also visit at Spirit Lake, la., where Mrs. Recknor has a sister and other relatives. They expect to "be gone about a week Rev. Randels and family, Rev. Shepherd and family and Rev. W. A. Thompson were supper guests at the O. P. Arnold home Tuesday. •, Mr. and,Mrs. Roy Long and family, Mr. and Mrs. A..G. Tully, and Mr. LaVern Roll spent Sunday in Des Moines with the latter's wife and lifctle family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Eckler and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wur- Mr. and Mrs. ;he guests. Menoher were . ster and family, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wiand and family and Dan Stanger and sons Paul and Frank , Keith Cash and James Hughes will resume their college work at the State University at Iowa City, this year. Mrs. Bonnie Maharry who has been spending the past two weeks in Des Moines, returned to Lenox Tuesday evening for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Stella Peltier and Mr. Harvey Leach of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Will Leach and Joe Leach of Burlington, Wisconsin are visiting at the home of their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Leach. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Holben spent Tuesday in Red Oak visiting at the home of Mr . Holben's immmmiiimmiiiimmmimmimii Tabor (Continued from page 1) imiimiiiiiimimmimiiiiiiiimmmii farms and in the college work shops. It will require, said Rev. Howard, who has been elected president of the college, $400 in investment to insure work for one student. This money will be invested in land, cattle, hogs, poultry, machinery and other equipment needed. Each student will be required to work 18 hours each week and he will receive a credit of 25c an hour for this work to pay his living expense. Aside from books, clothing and spending money, the $150 will cover all the cash outlay for a year at the school. The school will take students who do not work but they must pay their own living expenses in addition to the $150 tuition. The school will not be connected with any church or other organization. The financing is being handled through the various posts of the American Legion but anyone is eligible to brother Holben. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ; R. E. Poindexter and lent Saturday in St. Joland Mrs. E. L. Hudson j Friday in Mount Ayr at ne of Mr. and Mrs. ^Barton. and Mrs. Bare and family |sunday and Monday at ntville, Iowa, visiting Dr. [parents. Dey Ermand .went to K>lis, Sunday, ..1jo : visit rel- He returned'Tuesday. land Mrs. 'Roy Nelson f Sunday at the home of Mrs. Wendell Nelson hterset. , P. L. Shepherd and fam- Rev. W. A. Thompson upper guests of Rev. Ran- nd family Thursday even- i Mabel Smith is spending Cecil Shaub is home from Chicago where she had spent the summer with her aunt. Mr Vince Trumbo, who had spent his two weeks vacation with his cousins, Misses Edna and Flossie Schultz, returned to Minneapolis, Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Dougan and daughter Janice drove to Maryville, Mo., Monday, where Janice will attend the State Teachers college this year. Mr. and Mrs. Dougan returned home Mr. and Mrs. Fred Childs returned Sunday from a few days visit at Norfolk and Lincoln, Nebr. Lorene and Thelma Pfander, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pfander of near Sharpsburg, are ill with scarlet fever. Mrs. Pfander is in a hospital in Omaha where she underwent an operation last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mason of Elleston were the guests of Misses Edna and Flossie Schultz on Wednesday of last week. A. C. Davis of Gravity is spending this week, with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills. Glenn McEniry will attend Creighton University at Omaha this year. Wade I*. Menoher came Sun donate and entrance to the school is open to any student, regardless of whether his father- is a veteran. Applicants will be selected because of scholastic standing. 'Money for the preliminary work in opening the school was raised by public spirited men in the Tabor community and. the school must have a minimum of $20,000, in addition to a grant of $15,000 obtained from the gov- ernmnet, to open next fall. Course of Study The courses of study to be offered the first year will include Foreign German There's lots of room in the FORD V-8 day to visit his parents. His father has not been well for some time. rUAC ULA14.\- • . Mr. and Mrs. John Haigler left Wednesday morning for a short stay at Excelsior Springs, A. L. Davidson of Coin a visit wfth English, Mathematics, Languages (including and Spanish), Physical and Natural Science, Music and Physical Culture. Athletics will have a pominent part in the school life. In the'second year Business Administration will be added. The school will adhere to the minimum requirement of • the North Central Association anc of the State University, and credits obtained in the Tabor college will be accepted elsewhere. • It is also planned, said Rev Howard, to build the school up to a regular four year college Agriculture, and especially dairy ing, will be stressed. The col ege will be standardized in tw for Indianola where she entered Simpson college. Mrs Ola Abbitt and Miss Gladys Reed went to Maryvll e Mo., Tuesday where they will attend the State Teachers college this coming year. Semon Cox of Hastings COLITIS r Colitis is a type of bowel disorder that has Icome very common in recent years. Many fcsons are afflicted with it and it is now a Immon subject of conversation, buiierers torn this trouble are easy prey for the unscru- llous and huge profits have been reaped at leir expense. Colitis is an inflammation of the colon, or rge bowel, although this is not an exact des- liption of the disease for there are many types, [any things have been tried from a reflated let to fasting, but no treatment has been ought of that will have an effect on all cases. After all other theories as to cause have n exploded the Osteopathic idea of structui ai balance still holds good. The osteopatiuc fysician, in examining a patient, finds many lings wrong with the body. Some times bad let, causing wrong posture, has a great deal I do with it. At other times abnormal con- [acture of muscles, causing pressure on^nerves, e contributing.causes. Osteopathy is general- .recognized, as the fcest method for treating " '" " Mo. Dr. came Tuesday for friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Becherer and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reed of Conway returned Tuesday evening from Garden City, Kansas, where they had been visiting their aunt, Miss N. J. Reed who has been quite ill. They found that her condition was not much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nevius of Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Monahan of Gravity, Mrs. Lottie Lust and daughter Dorothy of Tarkio Mo, visited here with ~ ~ Menoher, EVERY ONE who Btepa into the Ford V-8 for the first time is surprised at its roominess. There's exceptional seat room, leg room and head room in .all body types — the whole car gives you a feeling of substantial size. The Ford gives you extra body room because of the compact design of the V-8 engine — an exclusive Ford feu- lure at a low pri&e. This V-8 engine takes up less space in the hood and permits more of the car's length to be used for passenger comfort. Many, a < car selling at a higher price does not give you as much interior room as the Ford V-8. Rear seats are wide and restful. •« three people can ride comfortably in the front scat of the:Fordor Sedan, Fordor Touring Sedan, Convertible Sedan and Phaeton, and in the Coupes and Roadster. The seat of the Ford V-8 Roadster is 52 inches wide. A ride in the Ford V-8 will show that it com. binea unusual body room with fine-car performance, safety and comfort. years, according in present ex oectations. Rev. Howard has been pastor of the Methodist church in Sidney for the past twelve years or more, during which time he became " interested in the Tabor college. He has now dropped his church work entirely and is devoting all his time to the school. If the Lenox American Legion post decides to take up the matter of raising money, announcement will be made later and the post will attempt to raise $400 to insure a place for some Lenox young person. Only one student can be in the school at one time on a single $400 investment manent another student can enter as soon as the first finishes. Also, the community can contribute as many times $400 as it wishes, thus insuring places for more students. METHODIST CHURCH F. L. Shepherd. Pastor IfcOO a. m. Church school 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 8 p. m. Union Service at the Methodist church. Sunday marks the close of the conference year and the last ervlces of the pastor in Lenox. but as the investment is per- RATE—10c per line for first insertion; 5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per inch. FOR SALE—Seed, Rye. William B. Hayes, phone 204F03. 49-3p FOR SALE A place set to fruit in last 10 FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering 2-row corn picker, McCor- inlck shredder. Phone 220F12, G. A. Boone. 51-2p DP, M. J. Sluss OBTKOFATHIC FBYSICIAN JJi HOTEL BLDG. LENOX. summer and years. 22 apple trees, winter; 2 pear trees, 2 plum trees, 5 peach, 17 grape vines 5 cherries, 50 asparagus, 5 rhubarb, 12 currant 27 gooseberry 10 peonies and other flowers 2400 Cumberland black raspberries. Dwelling house wash house J_fWCH»"0 -• --- • . 12x14; Chicken house 7x18, al ta good repair. Will divide lots S.oTl. Can be bough on terms. Priced to sell. SALE—Grapes. Gehr. Mr. E. 51-lp OTATOES—for sale. Phone 201F13, Fred Shoenhair. 51-lp OR SALE—2 good Saannen milk goats. John White, 14 Adams t., Corning. 51-lp He will appreciate the attendance of every family of our jhurch for the morning service and also the courtesy of the other pastors in arranging the union service for his farewel' message to the many friends o other communions. We trus weather and roads will permi a good attendance at all ser vices, and that the work ma; close with a note of spiritua victory. The year's report to confer ence must be mailed Monday night so all moneys must be in the hands of the treasurer Sunday. Will anyone having books or song books belonging to the pastor, please return them before onference. The Priscilla Circle will meet t the home of Mrs. Jennie reston on Thursday, Sept. 12 vith Mrs. Barteau, Mrs. Pres- STRINGTOWN FEDERATED CHURCH The sacrament of the Lord's [upper will be., observed at the lose of the morning sermon. Also Baptism either of children ir adult will be administered ind members received in to the :hurch, iiiimimmiiiimimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii State Fair (Continued from page 1) iiiiiimiiiimiiimimimiiiiiiiiimiiiiii The midway shows likewise reported the largest crowds in many years and receipts 93 percent above the 1934 fair. Total receipts of the fair were estimated today at 268,000. The upturn of business in Iowa was reflected in a record volume of sales reported by exhibitors of farm equipment, home con- construction and new building throughout the state than at any time in recent years. Farm and livestock exhibits at the fair were likewise the largest in several years, with a general increase of approximately 20 percent for all departments of the fair, and with increases 'or some livestoc^ breeds running as high as 50 percent. At the 4-H club auction sales the; ast day of the exposition, the.. jrand champion baby beef srought 35 cents per pound, ana a number of the top animals were sold by 4-H youngsters at prices close to $300. The State Fair camp also attracted the largest vacation crowds since 1929. Visitors ar- ; rived so fast on some days that some sections of the 100 acre camp ground were crowded to capacity. It is estimated that more than 25,000 campers at- veniences, tractors and similar products, equipment One large farm company reported FOR SALE—Complete outfits for 3 bed rooms. Chairs, four 9x12 •ugs, 2 davenports. Mrs. Roy Bassett. 51 ' 2 P FOR SALE—Small wood saw frame, fitted for 24-inch saw. !heap. S. A. Black. 51-lp FOR SALE—Full blood Chester White male hog. -E. E. Reynolds. 51-1 FOR SALE—Early hatched White Bock pullete. A. J. Stoaka. Wanted Tractor Plowing—Wanted. 5U>3 Dotson, Prescott. 61-Sp salejs of nearly $100,000 made during the fair. Another nationally-known company reported sales of more than $63,000, while several exhibits announced that their entire fall quotas for Iowa had been sold during the eight days of the exposition. Officials of the Federal Housing Administration stated that 93,000 visitors had passed through the FHA Model Home during the fair, and said that there was more interest in home tended this year's fair. "As a imirror of conditions in Iowa, the 1935 State Fair and ts record of success point to better times for the entire state during the coming year", Secretary A.. R- Corey said today. "People at the fair this year seemed to be in a better frame : of mind. They were hapiper; enjoyed themselves more, and had m0re money to spend. And all Iowa seems to be delighted over the fact that the State Fair has 'turned the corner', for it means Iowa has 'turned the corner' too." We Sold Three Ford V-8s Last Week Why are so many people turning to Ford? Have?you wondered about this? Settle the question for yourself by asking us for a demonstration The Ford V-8 has everything a really fine W should have andour' ever increasing list of satisfied purchasers (people you know) will testify to this. DIXON & ESTEL Your CTjr :'.T» I f § i "i

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