Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on September 26, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, September 26, 1935
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THE LENOX.TJMEtA^LE,.LENOX, West-Dotson Wedding On Tuesday evening, Sept. 17, Miss Cecile Dotson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Dotson of Salem vicinity became the bride of Lester West, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West of east of Prescott. The wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Plum, friends of the bride and groom, near Polo, Illinois. Promptly at eight o'clock the bride and groom took their places in front of a lovely fernery and many large baskets of flowers, where they were united In marriage by Rev. Francis Shenefelt, a brother-in-law of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Plum served as best man and matron of honor. Following the ceremony a two course luncheon was served. Others present were Mrs. Fancis Shenefelt and small son, Hazel West and Mr. and Mrs. Bill; Hare. Mr. and Mrs. West returned home Thursday evening after spending several days in Illinois. They will make their home on a farm four miles east of Prascott. nice, Dick Awtrey Wynn. and Harold Mrs. Ridgeway Entertained Luncheon Guests Mrs. Phil Ridgeway entertained at a luncheon, Thurs., Sept. 19, Mrs. Will Johnson; Mrs. Walter Beadel and Mrs. Bonnie Maharry of Berkeley, Calif. During the afternoon Mrs. Maharry's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aken of Dallas, Ore., called at the Ridgeway home. Mrs. Aken was formerly Miss Dorothy Childs. Presbyterian Missionary Birthday Party The Presbyterian birthday party was held at the home of Mrs. George Chetjge, Thursday afternoon. There was a good attendance. The devotional service was led by Mrs. Ed Gordon and Mrs. John Barrans and Mrs. GeOfrge Cheese gave reminis- cenes of the missionary society since its organization. Mrs. John Barrans, Mrs. Cheese, Mrs. Anna Wainwright and Mrs. EC Gordon have been members o: the organization longer than anyone else who was present. A free will offering was taken A social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs.. EC Nelson. Miss Edith Barrans was program leader. Mr. and Mrs. Wurster Pleasantly Surprised Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wurster were pleasantly surprised when a number of their friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hunter Sunday evening where Mr. and Mrs. Wurster had been spending the day. They brought with them a pot luck supper and reminded the honored guests that •he occasion was in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. The guest list included the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wurster and family; Mr. and tfrs. Lonnie Hunter and family; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stoner; Mr. and Mrs. Herm Beemer and family; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker and family; Mrs. Ethel Walker of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Dora Hunter; Harold Wynn; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. family; Mr. and Walter; Mr. and Bricker and Mrs. Mrs. John Chas. Wurster and family; Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kinser and son; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potts; Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Roll; Mr. and Dorcas Society Met With Mrs. Thompson The Dorcas Society met with Mrs. Mary Thompson, Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Alvin Gay as assisting hostess. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Davis, Mrs. A. R. Nelson, Mrs. Will Terry, Mrs. J. C. Wurster, Mrs. Paul Davis and Mrs. Cover Bolte, a former member but now of Corning. -Devotionals were led by Mrs. Robert Potts. Xwelve members were present, f*- ;: *» Family Reunion at Lop Hunter Home A family reunion was held at the Lon Hunter home west of Lefaox..Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Andrews of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kinser of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Walter, Mr. antt Mrs. Ben Wurster and fanjily, Mrs. Dora Hunter, Mr. anft Mrs. Lon Hunter and' Ber- Mrs. L. B. Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maharry; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Potts and family of Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Andrews of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Honored Guests Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Walter were honored Monday evening when a group of their friends sntertained with a pot luck supper, at the Golf Club. Mr. and Mrs. Walter are planning to leave Lenox soon. Meeting of Chapter F W, P. E. O. ••'• Miss Fanny Wilson was hostess :o the regular meeting of Chapter F W, P. E. O. Thursday evening, Sept. 19. .Eighteen responded to roll call with "Remarks of Will Rogers". Mrs. Donald Tyler read a paper "The Life of Mrs. Roosevelt". Mrs. J. H. Barber read the poem, Roof, Geo. Killmer. Mrs. Mary' Moyle will be hostess Qctober 3. Mrs. Mills v - ; ' Entertained Mrs. C. C. Mills entertained Friday evening • with tWtf' tables of bridge .as a farewell courtesy for Mrs. Bertha , Reed. -,. Mrs. Nellie Bryant received .the high score prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. H. S. Club Theater Party The members of the H. S. club entertained for Mrs'? Arnold Walter, Saturday evening'with a theater party, afterwards going to Hotel Lenox for refreshr ments. The club presented Mrs. Walter with a gift. - Ladies Altar "''• Society c The Ladies Altar Society; met with Mrs. Earl Mclntyre of Kenti Thursday, Sept. 19 with 16 members and five guests, Mrs. Warren Riggs, Mrs. Thomas Nicely, drs. Harry Harrison, Mrs. Ed Metz, and Mrs. Howard.; Whtte, present. After the business, meeting a very interesting program was given consisting of contests which were enjoyed by all. Refreshments were served Walter Riggs and Mrs. Walter O'Dell. Mrs. Nelson L. F. C. Hostess Mrs. Ed Nelson was hostess to the members of the Lenox Fortnightly club Wednesday afternoon. Eight members were present. The program consisted of a paper, The Teacher Talks Back, by Mrs. Jay Hughes. At the close of the bridge game, Mrs. Geo. Cheese held high score for the afternoon. Refreshments were served by the hostess. MeetingN>f M. F. C. Ladies Mrs. C. C. Mills was hostess to the members of the M. F.- C. Wednesday afternoon. Eleven members responded to roll call. Mrs. Bertha Reed and Mrs. Nellie Bryant were invited guests. The program consisted of a paper on the State of Connecticut, written by Mrs. Chas7 Leonard and read by Mrs. T. J. Killion. The news outline was given by Mrs. Mills. The selected number was a poem, "A Trip to Childhood", read by Mrs. Ed Madden. A few games of rook were played during the social hour. Appetizing refreshmnets were served by the hostess. Meeting Of M. F. O. Club Mrs. Harry Cheese was hostess Wednesday afternoon to the members of the M. F. O. club. Two former club members, Mrs. when you wrote that the "stomach lies just south of the lungs". I could guess but that doesn't give me an opportunity to check up on your statement. Still think that your paper would be just as interesting without the "canned news" with the possible exception .of the general interest in Brisbane's column. Another fine idea would be to substitute pictures in their place. The WNU has such a service, I believe, which could well be used with the same kind of proposition you now have on the news. If you want any dope on the Iowa football players you can get it from one of the best sources available. That source is none other than brother Clyde who know them all. I like to talk about Iowa football but I'm afraid to do it after last season. Really looks better now than it did last September but I'm waiting three months before I start to shout about them. Many of the Lenox fellows are coming up for one of the games. I'd suggest that they come up for the Indiana game, November 19th, although the Homecoming game with Minnesota will be very interesting. It is the 9th of November. Yours very truly, H. W. Cassill it's Dutch the kinds of bees and the in which they live'. , Mrs. Buxtoh and Mrs. Beemer were visitors in this grade 4th These pupils have started a farm project 6n Iowa in geography. They have finished their sunflower posters in art Mrs. Laird visited this grade la 4 week. ^ 5th. They have made arithmetic and spelling graphs to show improvement. As this is National Dog Week they are devoting the reading " , t .-J4»q m re devoting the reading 2 1 ** ol state &JN* toao B ,^an aBMm f Jfe^tek Bonnie Maharry and Mrs. C. B. Cassill were present. Mrs. K. R. Huff read a very interesting article, "Women in News". She also conducted a flower contest using a bouquet of flowers from her garden. The bouquet contained thirty-three varieties. 42 was played during the social hour with Mrs. Bonnie Maharry receiving the high score prize. Refreshmenst were served by the hostess. L. F. G. Club Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Levi Friday night, September 20 the L. F. G. club motored to Clearfield and held a hamburger and weiner roast hi the park there. filled baskets every one including husbands and friends were invited to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Levi's home for a social time and four tables of bridge were played. At a late hour friends departed for Lenox assuring Mr. Sharpsburff Farm Bureau held an all day meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Cundy, Thursday. Quite a number of ladies were present. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. All enjoyed the meeting immensely. Mrs. Chas. Boyden died at her home in Sharpsburg Sunday morning at 1 o'clock after a few hours of her last sickness, having bronchal trouble and asthma. Funeral sevices were held Tuesday at the Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock with burial at Blue Grove cemetery. Mrs. Boyden was born at Burlington, Wise., February 15. 1866 and leaves to mourn her passing her husband. Charles Boyden. 2 daughters and 3 sons and one stepson;-Mrs. Pearl Dice; Mrs. Glenna Nickols of Omaha; Her- of of Geo. Blood of C., besides a other relatives and * wedding iiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiii Lenox School immiiiimiiimiiimiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiir By Margaret Carruthers The boys' glee club meets every Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:30. The following boys were selected for the glee club: Ralph Crow, Robert Bryant, Richard Kimball, Cecil Reynolds, Drexel Hunt, Ronald Johnson, Karmon Alexander; Kenneth McFee, Melvin Moore. Allan Denton, Howard Wurster, Jack Moore, Rollin Poindexter, Donald Hatfield, Claire Ethington, Robert Layne, Reldon Smith, Eugene Swartz, Ernest Hufnagel, Wayne McFee, Reldon Bryant, Dale Beach, Charley Reed, George Hayes. John Schmitt, Edwin Bush, , . A . Kenneth Morris, Julian Walter, ™% d °S stories and poems. They Wendell Beadel, Lyle Bush, Har- f av l br °ught pictures of dogs old Carey. 1*° snow the various breeds. Senior Officers , Eit her Wednesday or Friday The seniors held a class meet- Irom three to four they will have ing and elected the following a P r °gram. Included in the officers: president, Mildred Wai- p f°^ ra . m wiu be a dramatization ker; vice president, Ronald °* Why Chinese Eat With Chop Johnson; secretary - treasurer fa ticks . Gene Holben was absent the first of the week. 7th & 8th. Both grades have been bringing books from home Sgg&t Theleno; June Caldwell was absent last Miss Annola Toler visited last Thursday. 6th. "Treasure Island", the book which, is being read for opening exercises will be finished this week. These pupils are also celebrating National Dog Week by read- Cleona Huffman. Mr. Gaer and Mr. Parker were chosen class sponsors. Junior Officers _ _ lv _ The Junior class held a meet- ,to add to the libraries In both ing and elected these officers: irooms. president, Dean Ethington; vice president, Grace Clipson; secretary-treasurer, Genevieve Beemer. Miss Clark and Mr. Cronkite were chosen sponsors. Home Economics Twenty-eight girls make up the Home Economics class this year. They have been learning to can pickles and various fruits and to make jams and preserves. They finished their canning unit last week and will take up the breakfast Unit this week. Grade News 1st. On account of the large E - Rhode country. of covers the' he was born 30 years old. en Martin v ail President. ^ can war was Pulton made hi voyage up the years before Mr. was born and the 'ocomotive was put \ a America only 10, he was born. R h( . , , , . and Mrs. Lev! of a very pleasant 53?? *£* I ,*° the evenine Thursday, September 26 The Church of Christ basket supper,at the church this even- l^Tt "T£ ^ rn 2v? ay ' ing. J. A, Dillinger of Des ^LSSSS *fi^?.^?*^. Moines will be the speaker. The Woman's Relief Corps Is meeting this afternoon at the Legion hall. There is quilting to be done. The Priscilla Circle meets this afternoon at the church. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. Earl Henderson. .The Thursday Girls ara meeting" at Hotel Lenox today. Hostesses are Mrs. Alma Becherer and Mra. Thelma Bethke. Friday, September £7 late family and close neighbors at the hpme of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gillette in honor of their daughter, Miss Darlene Gillette who was recently married. Mra. Ira Pfander who has been to the Jennie Edmundson hospital at Council Bluffs for medical treatment, returned to the home of her mother, Mrs. Jesse Dresher on Thursdav. At are quarantined for scarlet fever. Ernie Hegwood did some much needed grading Friday where the road corssea the ailroad tracks in the west end of town. Mr. Kaymond Grazier and bother went to Missouri the fore part of last week to attend the funeral of their grandmother. enrollment in this grade it was necessary to make three divisions, Yellow, Red and Blue, birds. . For language they are learning Mother Goose Rhymes. When they learn the rhymes they are given a picture of that rhyme to color. 2nd. These pupils are learning to spell the days of the week for their spelling lessons. There were eleven A's in spelling Friday which added eleven blue marks to the spelling chart. They have made bookmarks for use in reading class. . For an art project they are now making the letters of the alphabet and a large envelope in which to keep the letters. 3rd. They are making squirrel booklets in art. In connection with • their language they are writing squirrel stories to be put inside of the booklets. In reading they are studying 1 1 SUGAR RED & WHITE =£t^ HQME OWN En = 10 pound bag | SOUP BEANS | 6 pounds | LARD Shortening = 2 pounds m w a = 1 SODA CRACKERS 2 pound box | LAUNDRY SOAP, = 6 bars __: | WASHO = 2 pound box __. IM School School work Notea was resumed by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs What DO Yon Boy WHEN YOU ORDER COAL? &• ^ Do you buy heat satisfaction or just a pile jf black stuff that is dumped into your base- Snent, run through the furnace, and then car- ?ried out in the spring? If you are the second tad we want to talk to you. % • Coal is burned for just one reason and that •jjs to..provide heat. If you don't get the maxi•mum amount of heat from the coal you burn jyou are cheating your pocketbook. GREAT HEART Coal burns clean anl you won t have more than a bushel of ashes from a ton. You get full value for every dollar you pay. If you get five bushels of ashes, or even more as with some coal, you are paying for something you can't use? Let us prove we know what we are talking about. ,We can do it. • L. F. Davis £raifl COAL Seeds Monday, September 10 after a woelc pC vacation. School was dismissed by order of the school board to avoid the spread of The Aid Society of the Church jKarled fever. of Christ meeta at the church I Loren Pfander, a sophomore today at 1:XO. There is work to :to high school, is out of school be done. "* with scarlet fever. Her condi- The Social Union wfll meet 1 " • - - UU1 this afternoon at the homa of Mrs. L. F. Ridgeway. Sunday, September 88 Union Evening services at the Methodist church. Sermon EOT. T. G. Kelly. Football UIHIftlllllllimiUUllHUtl I Letters Iowa City, Sept. U Lsnox Time Table—Surely enjoyed the Time Table this week Don't see how any resident o: Lenox and vicinity could get along without the local paper during the school term. Please enter my folks subscription for another year and send me the bill. I think I should renew it as it is sent on to us and we enjoy it very much. Ernest reads some of it, I read most of it,- and Lois reads it word for word. Especially enjoyed the reports of the football game and fine story on football by the the coach, it would seem that Lenox has a very good coach in that he is well-liked by the boys and is making every effort to get himself acquainted with the people and the people with football. His atory should do a lot to promote more friends for the greatetiJ of all sports—football. -Bead yqur column with the usual amount of intere«fc. Didn't at all finjoy th« first twelve wpjrds of the. last paragraph until J finished reading the whole of- it. Would also US» to know Which direction you were -feeing. tion is reported good. L* Verne and Allen Pfander are both in quarantine although neithe? boy has contracted the disease thus far. No new cases of scarlet fever h»Te been reported in the school and everyone ia urged to be very careful so that we can prevent this disease from- spreading. Tha New Market Minera will come to Sharpsburg to play their first basketball game of the season on our out-door court on Thursday, September 26 at 3:30 P. M. Come out and see the local boys to their first game of the season. The Senior class met Tuesday, September 17 to organise for the year. The following officers were elected: President, Loie Baker; vice president, Kathryn Hegwood; secretary, Carol Shum; treasurer, [van Gillett; class sponsor Mra Ralph A. Rutledge. The Junior class met and elec- sd officers as follows: President, Lowell Baker; vice president, Howard Rutledge; secretary and treasurer, Eugene Miller; class sponsor, Mrs. Helen Dahlgren. Two new power machines, a athe, and a grinder have been nstalled in our manual training work shop this year. Our increased number enrolled in this work haa also necessitated the dding of two new manual raining benches, Tryouta for both boys and girls lee clubs were held last week nder the supervision of Mra 'felen Dahlgren. We have some ood material for both clubs this ear. . (Continued from page 1) offense. The local boys showed great Improvement over their first game and now, with two weeka of practice facing them before they enter another game, they should go into the Afton gam* (to be played here) a smooth-working outfit, well able to handle the ball and with a good knowledge of how to block, tackle and run interference. About the only noticeable weakness in the Lenox team was that the ball carrier did not follow hia interference close enough but tried to picfc his own holes to go through. The ends need a little more instruction and practice so they will not be sucked out of position as they frequently were Friday night. Hayea played hia usual good game and made somg,nice gains, ably assisted by a Lenox line that was willing to fight. Lenox made but three Bubati- ftutlona and they were not made because of injuriea. In the first half tt man was aent Into the game with instructions and neat the end of the game two tired playera were relieved by substitutes who went in for experience. The Corning team looked to be aa heavy aa the Lenox outfit but whether they were not or whether thsy were in poor condition ia not known, but Corning lost several men through injuries, none of which were aer- ioufl. 0. L. DAVIS [BlBSBBleaB/EIBIBiasiBEiaBIBIBiaiBia Announcing A-Smile-A-Minuti STUDIO 4 PHOTOS 4 POSES 4 MINUTES Give your Friends a Photo No extra charge for your Sroilj NOW AT Tylers' Pharmacy PLATTE NO. 1 P> T ' A - of m M > ' Platte No. i W aa held Friday evening Sept. 20, at -the school Lasfc year's president the meeting to order and following new officers were > Tom vice president; Berneice Douglas, secretary* After the business meeting, ice WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT * You know something is wrong—that a wire has broken, or a fuse has burned out or that the machinery that supplies the current has stopped. The electrician removes the trouble and "the lights come on again. In the case of the body, the brain is the — , nM dynamo and the nerves carry the power to oju» parts of the body. If anything happens it nerve the power cannot get through ana m part of the body to which it leads is Pressure on a nerve, where it spinal cord between the segments of bone, is the common trouble. You may IS Real Estate- OFTEIf BOUGHT, SOLD STED OB SWAPPED TAJJJJS anything is wrong in your back until some part of your body begins to cause trouWft.4 you should see your Chiropractor. He move the pressure, using only his ha the power again fl'nws through the nerve. Dr & BL

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