Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on September 26, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, September 26, 1935
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LpAVflgPTEMBER 26, 1935 _THE LENOX TIME TABLE,-LENOX, IQWA Clarence Hull Sunday at home. and New- am Here's for boys and girls. Kffun Watch for the Kmps in color in the kly of next Sunday's and Examiner. . Jack Aiken of l» visited here Thurs- te'toSt. Louis to at- i national Legion con- Mrs. Aiken, who was §Miss Dorothy Childs of a delegate to the con- Ly Ermand and E. B. h left Sunday morning >uis to attend the Am- fegion convention. Mrs. J. B. Wood nday in Bolckow, Mo., Id Mrs. Ray Potts and ! of Stuart spent the i in Lenox with friends tdlilrs. Lee Hill of Des lent the week end with ,nts, Mr. and Mrs. Bert iwest of Lenox. Burster came Sunday h Diego, Calif., and will luntil the middle of Oc- Siting at the home of ,nts, Mr. and Mrs. B. -ter. Paul is located on llane carrier ship, the I, and this is his first toe since he joined the iost two years ago. IMaple of Seward, Nebr., jhursday and visited for Ith relatives and friends. feeorge Ridgeway of Po[Idaho, who has been with her aunt, Mrs. Phil ,y, for the past two weeks _day for her home. Mrs. ly and Miss Ruth Lown fenied her to Omaha. nd'Mrs. Max Farley of I, will arrive today for a -- •» •- ' DEVELOPED |5c PER ROLL ements, 5x7, free. Rc- -bqually low priced. PHARMACY Visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Killion. Mrs. Farley and Mrs. Killion are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holben returned Saturday from Ottumwa, after a few days visit with relatives. They also visited at Keokuk and Fort Madison. Miss Merle Reimer who has been visiting for the past two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Reimer, will leave Sunday for Wheaton, Minn., where she is employed. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barnhill, Wednesday, Sept. 18, an 8 Ib. son, named Jimmie Dee. Miss Antone Reimer, who has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riemer, returned to her home in Des Moines Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Karl McCulloch. Miss Grace Sullivan, a niece of Mrs. Roy Nelson, was seriously injured in a motor accident near Waverly last Wednesday and is In a hospital at Grinnell, where she is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Andrews of Clarion spent Sunday and Monday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Dora Hunter and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shaffer of Belview, Nebr., spent Saturday and Sunday with his father, Crving Shafer and sister, Miss Etta Shafer. Mrs. W. H. Cash, Mrs. John Gunderman, Keith Cash and James Hughes drove to Iowa City, Wednesday, where the boys again took up their school work. Mrs. Gunderman visited at Lisbon and Mrs. Cash went on to Cedar Rapids where she visited until Friday evening when she and Mrs. Gunderman returned home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand went to Mediapolis, Sat- uday night, where Mrs. Dey Erman will visit for several days while he attends the Legion convention at St. Louis. Mrs. Tom Stansell of Osceola and Mrs. Ted Liggett and two children of Chariton came Saturday and visited at the L. B. Anderson home. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and their guests were dinner guests at the Earl Smith home. Mrs. Ethel Walker of St. Louis is visiting at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker, .. MADDEN'S GROCERY DEPARTMENT 3RK & BEANS, G. W. C. No. 2 l / 2 can ___________ .— • ------|EAS, No. 2, tender and sweet _ JHOCOLAfe, Hershey's 1-2 pound ___________ IOCOA, „ 2 pound can MATO JUICE, for health Large Can, No. 2 l / 2 GRANGE JUICE No. 1 can __ VR RINGS, best red, 2 lip 3 boxes „. ,_—. lOc 25c 15c 20c 15c 15c lOc Clearfield Events Obituary Henry Rong Henry Rong, son of Henry and Prederica Rong was born in Germany, Aug. 14, 1858, and departed this life In the Greater Community hospital in Ceston, Iowa on September 15th 1935, at the age of 77 years; 1 months and 1 day. At the age of seven, he with his parents and two sis- tejrs emigrated from Germany to Pleasant Hills, Ohio, making that place his home for many years. Being reared in a purely Chrisitan home, Mr. Rong was baptized in the German Lutheran church in Covington, Ohio. On October 1st, 1895, he was united in marriage to Jane Leonard and to this union were born six children: Mary Parcel, Centerville, Iowa; Leonard of Arrgo, Calif.; Dorothy DeVoe of Clearfield; Harold of Mansing, Idaho; George of Manhattan, Nevada and Wilbur of Clearfield. In the spring of 1908, he with his family came to Iowa, making their home west of Clearfield until a few years ago when he and Mrs. Rong moved into Clearfield where he has since resided. He was a kind and loving husband. He is survived by his wife, six children; two brothers, Fred and John Rong and two sisters, Sophia Bossinger and Maggie Bashor all of Ohio, besides other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 17, at the United Presbyterian church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. H. B. Hutchman. All children were present at the funeral except Harold Rong of Marsing, Idaho. Interment was in the Clearfield cemetery. Other Clearfield News Postmaster Walton and wife visited relatives in Milo, Iowa Sunday. Word has been received of the death of a former resident of Clearfield, Frank Shanholtzer on September 9th, in Fort Morgan, Colorado. He had submitted to an operation for appendicitis. Mr. M. M. Hamilton celebrated his 82nd birthday September 17th and in the evening his grand daughter, Miss Mary Young and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown came to help him celebrate, bringing along ice cream and cake. Mrs. Mary Thompson came from a visit in Tennessee to visit her daughter, Mrs. Walter Mason and family. Her daughter Mrs. Will Mashall and husband of Ft. Madison, Iowa brought her to Mrs. Mason's on Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. Charles Johnson and children of Afton visited from Saturday until Sunday with Clearfield relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dunn of Kirkwood, Illinois are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry House. ' Mary Louise Ackdrige of Oreston spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Lawrence Hartman. M. Ed Parkinson of Selma, California is visiting with his sister, Mrs. Simon Jarvis and i f amly. Mr. Parkinson was a ! painter and paper hanger here i several years ago and will be j remembered by many. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Andrews, and daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Shoenhair and children went to Wintejrstflf, Iowa, Saturday to visit at the Ralph Hurley home. Mrs. Andrews remained there to spend the week with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Nevill, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nevill and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bailey attended the Farmers Union Convention in Des Moines last week. The Royal Neighbors held an all day quilting at the home of Mrs. L. H. Andrews last Friday. A covered dish luncheon was '< served at the noon hour. COFFEE SPECIAL Good for this Week Juy 2 Mb cans vacuum 70C fRIARDALE COFFEE .—,.„—— can FREE. Highest grade, none better, Regular or Drip grind. RE-OPENED I have re-opened the garage that was for- *ly the Arnold Walter Tire Shop and will be spared for general garage work. I will handle a. batteries and other accessories and will cialize in general repair and electrical work. Come in and well talk over your repair job. J. V. Wynn In the forme? Arnold Walter Building Mrs. M. A. Simmer of Whape- ton, N. Dak., is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. J. Reimer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Springer of Ottumwa came Saturday to spend a week of vacation at the C. G. Cook home. We have received instructions to forward Frank Francis' paper to 535 Gay St., Lohgmont, Colo., where he and Mrs. Francis will spend the winter. L. B. Carruthers was struck y a car driven by Lester Huf- lagel last Thursday afternoon nd suffered two broken ribs nd some bruises. He had been tanding between a couple of larked cars, talking to Ray An- Jerson, and stepped into the street In front of the car. Mr. and Mrs. Will Terry ro- urned, Sunday, from Illinois where they had been visiting elatives. Mort Hayes left, Saturday, for Denver for his health. He was accompanied by Frank Hayes. Paul C. Porter, a former local manager for the Iowa Southern, jut now located at Grinnell, was a Lenox visitor Wednesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harding, a baby girl, Thursday, Sept. 19, weight 7M> pounds. She las been named Connie Lou. Mrs. Bertha Reed will leave Friday for Los Angeles, Calif, where she plans to spend the winter. Miss Gladys Anderson of Omaha spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. B. Anderson. Mr and Mrs. T. F. McMahon and Joe MeMahon of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Karl McCllouch and son Karl 01 Des Monies were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. w H. Madden. Mr and Mrs. Clark Barteau and family left early this morn- Lng for Minneapolis, Minn., for a few days visit with the formers mother and sister. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller, Tuesday, Sept. 24, a baby girl weight 5 pounds. She has been named Shirley Raydene Mr and Mrs. Paul Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis and their daughter, Mrs. Robert Nelson spent Sunday to Omaha, the guest? of Mr. and Mrs. Gall ur tt uu Mrs. Hal Cbilds of Creston were calling on relative* and friends in Lenox Sunday afternoon: Wayne Nickles will go to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, this week where he will enter the Theological Seminary for his second years work. Wayne has bee npreaching at Monrie, Iowa the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harvey and daughters of Tipton, Iowa spent a few days with his grand mother, Mrs. Lucy Carlson and lis aunt, Mrs. J. O. Bell. On Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Carlson they went to Barnard, Mo., to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harvey. Afton dedicated its lighted field by scoring a 13 to 7 victory over Clearfield Thursday night.. Afton took the opening kickoff and marched .70 yards for their first touchdown. They scored again the third period by returning an intercepted pass 40 yards. Clearfield tallied in the fourth period, Captain Grew going over from the 15 yard line, and had the ball on the Afton 8 yar$ line as the game ended. Clearfield made 10 first downs to Afton's 6, and had the better of the argument after the 1st quarter. Routh, Bailey, Crew and Swartwood stood out for Clearfield. The Sunny Sister Circle me with Mrs. Frank Wood Wednesday, September 18th for an afternoon meeting. This was guest day so a large crowd was present. The afternoon was spent in visiting and a short pro gram consisting of several read ings and music was enjoyed b> all. Refreshments of watermel on and cookies were served. Th next meeting will be'wi'th Mrs Clarence Austin. The regular meeting of th Social Union of the United Presbyterian church was held in the church basement Friday afternoon. A large number was present to help tie comforts and to piece on the quilt. It was decided to hold the annual fall bazaar the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Refreshments consisting of tea-cakes and iced tea were served by Mrs. Hawthorne, Mrs. Bert Brown and Mrs. Thomas Bladon. Mrs. Elmer Nickle's Sunday School class of the Christian church held its class party in ;he church basement Wednesday afternoon, September 18th. The afternoon was spent in visiting and sewing. Refreshments of fruit salad, whipped cream, tea cakes and coffee were served by the committee. On Saturday, September 21st, Mr and Mrs. Scott Leonard celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ina Calkins, 1 mile east of Clearfield. 103 were present to enjoy this occasion. All four children were present and all the grandchildren with the exception of one grandson, Homer Calkins who is in school at Iowa City, and two great grandchildren were also present. The dinner was served cafeteria style. A program of music and readings were greatly enjoyed in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard were presented with a purse of money. Those present were Mr. and Mrs Orlando Calkins; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leonad, Velma and Donavan; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Leonard and children and Miss Ethel Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vestal and family of Wales, Iowa; Mrs. eJnnle Frame of Spokane, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. George Kester and sons of Tingley; Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley of Ceston; William larvey of Des Monies; Mr. and iklrs Will Beck and family; Miss Clara Knox; Mr. and Mrs. C. M Frame and Eunice; Mr. and Mrs Harold and children; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. DeVoe and family-Mr, and Mrs. Frank Baker. Mr and Mrs. Dan Bruner and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stephens and son; Mr. and Mra. Henry Beck and children; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kimberly; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker and children; Mr and Mrs. Archie Calkins and family; Mr.;and Mra. Karl Sundell and baby>Mr. and Mra. Clyde Owens and sons; Mr. ana Mrs Erneflt Baker and family; Mr and Mr». John Knox and family; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg and Mary; Mr- a n <* H L Knox and Winifred* and Mrs. Fred Bruner daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Ardith Abarr and family; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Knox; Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett and family; Miss Corrine Reynolds; Forrest Harvey; i Walter Lovitt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heyer spent Sunday in Creston at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ellis Haltom. Mrs. Cole Denton has been visiting at the home of fcer daughter, Mrs. Walter Kerns in Creston and returned to her home here with Mr. and Mrs. Heyer. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stamper and daughter Virginia of Creston and Mr. and Ms. Ona DeBord and son Paul were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Fred Strange. Mr. Addle Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory of Indianola, Iowa; and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schlapia of Diagonal were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nickel and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ruby last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ruby and /Ir. and Mrs. Geo. Nickel and rville, Melvin and Dorothy, at- endde a reunion of the Stahl amily at the home of Mr. and /Irs. Walter X. Stevens near )iagonal Sunday. Mrs. Henry Rong and sons jeonard and Harold spent Sat- irday at the home of Mr. and VErs. Wilbur Rong west of town. .Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Steward, Edgar and Melba spent Sunday ,t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ilifford Roudybush Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Leonard leld open house from 1 to 5 Monday afternoon, so that their many friends could call and congratulate them on their Golden Wedding anniversary. Charles F. Hansell passed away at his home northeast of Clearfield Monday morning, September 23rd at the age of 72 years. He has been in ill health 'or some time and all that medi-* cal aid could do was of no avail. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Hattie Milligan of Shannon City and Mrs. Ruth Horton of Clearfield; two sons, Harry at home and Bert of Diagonal, several gandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held in the Calvaiyl church Wednesday afternoon. A complete obituary will be given next week. Herman Franklin of Blockton, Iowa passed away Sunday at his home. He was a brother of Mrs. Bert Henshaw living northwest of Clearfield. His funeral will be Wednesday at Blockton. on a sdythe one day last week. Aunt Amanda Crews, 80, of Kinston N. C., lost her temper' recently and for a good reason. Some miscreant put a pinch of gunpowder in her favorite pipe which she had smoked for 37 years, causing it to blow up. Fort- lunately, she was not Injured. Lester West and cecille Dotson were married last Sunday and will live on the farm north east of Stringtown where Mr. and Mrs. Max Hockett now reside. Miss Helen Austene of Conway, spent last week end with Gladys Bush. Mrs. Geo. Looney spent last Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Roy Bush's. Mrs. Will Fair received a badly cut foot when she struck it Attend Thurman Chapman's Aberdeen Angus Sale at Prescott Wednesday, October 9 30 head yearling bulls; 15 head yearling heifers; 50 head cows with calves at foot; cows rebred. THE DORCAS SOCIETY of the Presbyterian church will serve Chicken Sandwiches Z for —- lOc Coffee, 5c, and pie 5c at the Arnold Building SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. Beginning at 5 P M We Can't 1. Sell you 2 tires for price of 1. 2. Give you a tube with the purchase of a new tire. . « We Can 1. Sell you Genuine GOODRICH TIRES for 22»/2% off List Price for a limited time. 2. Give you 4 different grades of GOODRICH TIRES. Figure this up for yourself Size List Less 30x31/2 ________________ 4.35 21x4.40 ______________ 5.10 20x4.50 ______________ 5.80 19x4.75 _______________ 5.90 3.37 3.92 4.49 4.57 Other sizes priced accordingly BEFORE YOU BUY TIRES, SEE US REIMER OIL CO. >innntinu»innHitM" | """ mili " |1|t|in||||t|1>||tB11 CLOSING OUT SALE I will sell at public auction at my farm located 3 miles west of Clearfield; 1V> miles east and 5 miles south of Lenox TUBS., OCT. 1 '•9 1 o'clock sharp 35 Head Livestock 35 5 Head of Horses 5 I gelding and one mare, 3 years old; 1 gelding, 7 years old; 1 mara 7 years old; 1 suckling colt. All sound. 30 Head of Cattle 30 II milks cows; 11 yearling steers and heifers and 8 head of good calves. • Farm Machinery ^ 1 Litchfield manure spreader, nearly new; Uohn Deere corn planter, nearly new; 1 McCormick Deering, 6-ft. mower, nearly new; .1 John Deere endgate seeder; 2 wagons, 1 with rack; ! John Deere gang plow; 2 Overland cultivators; hay rake; walking plow; potato plow; stalk cutter- large cider press; bob-sled; harrow and cart; disc; corn sheller; ear corn slicer; feed grinder; hay loader; 2 sets work harness, carnage. Household Goods Boardman and Gray piano; leather davenport and rocker, like new; oak library table; 12 dining chairs; 2 rockers; 3 large rugs; sewing machine, like new; 3 beds with springs and mattresses; 3 aressers; 1 telephone; 1 large range; 1 cream separator and many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms Cash, Jto articles to be removed until settled for. i B, F. ' Wm CHILCOTE BROS. Auctioneers •W^T.TX „ I II 1

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