Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 3, 1935 · Page 3
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THELENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA OF HEARING ON PE- v FOB APPOINTMENT ADMINISTRATOR FOB Jg OF ABSENTEE "restrict Court of Taylor Iowa: November term , MATTER OF THE CARL SAVE, Absentee Bessie VanCleave Hibbs [ VanCleave, Marie Van I McMullin, Margaret Van, a nd Carl VanCleave: 'and each of you are here- ified that there is now on { the office of the Clerk District Court of Taylor Iowa, in probate, the of Marie VanCleave pji, stating that the said \TanCleave was a resident , state of Iowa and has i known cause absented „' from his usual place of nee and concealed his jbouts from his family for led of more than the past iyears and that he has an Ided one-fifth interest in lowing described real ea- this state, to-wit: Half Northeast er and 80 rods east and ., j chains and 21 links "and south in the fewest corner of the hwesl quarter of the heast quarter and the ; Half of the Northeast of the Southeast all in Section 30, iship 68, Range 32, West 5th P M in Taylor / Iowa, j you and each of you {be entitled to share in the of said absentee if he bead, and asking that an :ator be appointed to • the estate of the said IfanCleave absentee. f further particulars see i on file, are further notified to ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that on the 28th day of Sept. A. D., 1935, the undersigned was appointed by the Clerk of the District Court of Taylor County, Iowa, Administrator of the estate of Henry C. Schultz deceased, late of said county. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned and those having claims against the same will present them, legally authenticated, to said court for allowance. Dated Sept. 28, 1935. FLOSSIE D. SHULTZ 1-3 Administratrix : on or before 1 o'clock P. , the 12th day of Novem- 6935 before the District [of Taylor County Iowa to lid at the Courthouse in 1 Taylor County Iowa and Ejections thereto on or held date or you will be held I in default and an admin- jor for the estate of the art VanCleave, absentee appointed as prayed in etltion. Flick & Lucas . |ttorney for Petitioner rle VanCleave McMullin Wished in the Lenox Time [Sept. 12-19-28-Oct. 3-1031. |CE OF PROBATE OF WILL DISTRICT COURT , Term, 1935, No. 4040 I OF IOWA |lor County S3. WHOM IT MAY CON- p Are Hereby Notified, That jstrument of writing pur- pg to be the last Will and lent of E. E. Rhoden- deceased, dated January |933, having been this day opened and read, the 21st ' October, 1935, is fixed for ng proof of same at the House in Bedford, Iowa, the District Court of said |y or the Clerk of said and at ten o'clock A. M., 1 day above mentioned, all ' interested are hereby and required to appear, .ADMINISTRATOR'S; NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that on the 28th day of September, A. D. 1935, the undersigned was appointed by the District Court of Taylor County, Iowa, special administrator of the estate of E. E. Rhodenbaugh, deceased, late of said county, for the purpose of collecting and preserving the property of the deceased and to exercise the powers and duties of a special administrator according to law. All persons Indebted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned special administrator. Dated September 28, 1935. JAMES R. LOCKE, Special Administrator. 1-3 Stringtown A hobo, beggging from house to house, came; through here one day last week and at one place told the lady of the house that he had helped himself to her pears. She had been watching him fill his pockets and she has been wondering ever since just what he will think of Iowa pears when he bites into the unhulled walnuts he had crammed into his pockets. The Ladies Aid held ah all- day meeting at the home of Mrs. Roy Bush last Wednesday. Because of the rain several were tion was held and Grace Gibson was re-elected president. Doris Hanson was elected secretary and Doris Bush, treasurer. The next meeting will be Oct. 9j, at the home of Mrs Lura Bush. , Mr. and Mrs. Billie Crow and Mrs. Roy Bush were Creston visitors last Monday. Miss Helen Morris left Friday morning for St. Joseph, Mo., where she entered college. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bush and family visited Sunday at the Jesse Homan home in Creston. Other guests were Mrs. Elmer Homan and son of Temple, ^Jhe leaves of Turkish tobacco are strung one by one like beads (see how it is done in the picture). After the leaves are strung they are packed in bales (seepicture) —sometimes as many as 80,000 leaves to the bale. have on hand at all times for CHESTERFIELD cigarettes upwards of 3 5 0,000 bales of Turkish tobacco. . . The pleasing aroma and flavor of Turkish tobacco is almost necessary if you want a good cigarette. Turkish tobacco is more costly when you take into account that you have to pay 35c a pound duty, but we have to have it to blend with our mild ripe homegrown tobaccos. It helps make Chesterfields -milder, it helps give them better taste. Just try them. .. tor mildness ..for better taste © 1935, LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO O». (Little Mtiss Shirley Raydene Miller was the recipient of many lovely gifts one day last week when the Corning friends of her parents gave a shower in her honor. , Mr and Mrs. Roy Bush and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Recknor returned from an eight hundred and Dale accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Max Hockett and son Haran of Prescott vicinity to Leon Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Hockett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rogers. Miss Leatha Riley and Miss Lola Riley of East Salem vicinity attended the teachers' convention at Creston Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Fred Riley called on Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Riley and son Carl of Mercer Center Sunday afternoon. Earlj Margerum returned home Thursday from St. Louis where he attended the American Legion Convention. Prairie Gem The Prairie P. T. A. met at the school house Friday evening September 27, for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year. The following officers were elected: Pres., Guss Larson. Vice Pres., Ed Baker. Sec. and Treas.. Evelyn McMath. The next meeting will be held Oct. 25 with Geo. Ferguson, Herman Wurster and Ralph Round on the program commit- bers present and one new member, Mrs. Mildred Evans. Each one" answered roll call with a sewing hint or helpful household suggestion. Work was done for the hostess. Delicious refreshments of fruit salad, cookies and drinks were served. The October meeting will be with Mrs. Bert Hinshaw. Mrs. Geo. Fergusonr Tom, Flora and Mabel spent Sunday t the Pete Stoner home near "•reston. Mrs. Glenn Barnhill and little on returned to their home 4bnday. She has spent the ast few weeks at the home of er parnts, Mr. and Mrs. Theo ^eimer of Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Ben- how cause, if why said any they instrument 1UI/UA A*^*-* i* '-'*** «-- --«-* - JCVUUHU. v/1 * u**u frf* T3- *•»«- -------mile trip though northern Iowa tee Refres hments of ice cream and Minnesota. The former and cake were servec j to about rowans in Minnesota are all wen and having fine crops this year. A very common sight was from h - d their September meeting fifteen to twenty-five , oata «* ..... ------- ..... stacks in a farm yard waiting for the threshers and also a common sig M was the fine dairy herds owned by many farmers. trip was taken to the Hollen- potato farms, reclaimed not be probated and al as and for the last Will itament of said deceased. i at Bedford, Iowa, Sep' 24, 1935 Frank Herriott, Cleric of District Court. ICE OF PROBATE OF WILL THE DISTRICT COURT Term, 1935, No. 4040 i OF IOWA » County ss. . L WHOM IT MAY CONHN: i Are Hereby Notified, That "itrument of writing pur- ', to be the last Will and nent of E, E. Rhoden- L deceased, dated Sept. '33, having been this day [opened and read, the 21st Pf October 1935, is fixed for *>g proof of same at the House in Bedford, Iowa, ! the District Court of said y or the Clerk of said • and at ten o'clock A. M., 1 «ay above mentioned, all s interested are hereby 54 to appear, and show n if any they have, why [instrument should not be 1 and allowed as ad* for Will ana Testament of [Deceased. * at Bedford, Iowa, Sep- 25th 1939, Frank Herriott Clerk of District Court ta po , marsh lands where thousands of bushels of potatoes are raised each year and also a large acreage of onions and celery. The historical mankato State Park was visited. Here was where a massacre of a number of Indians Sok place several years ago. The Grotto "and Island rock garden Lea were very much by the visitors Some net spent Sunday afternoon at the Geo. Ferguson home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Becherer and family visited Sunday at the Frank Nelson home. Flora Ferguson entertained theH. S. Club at her home Saturday evening. for Montgomery. Ward & Co. at Creston Monday morning. The scarlet fever quarantine was lifted from the Orval Plants home Tuesday of this week. The men of this vicinity have been working on the telephone line the past few days. Real Estat IS OFTEN BOUGHT, RENTED OR SWAPFBD THROUGH! TIMS TAHUB niniiiiiiitiniiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiii •.Professional Cards:- GEO. L. GOOD ALE OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORE Lenox, Iowa O. P. ARNOLD Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer - Lenox, Iowa enoy of these Minnesota points ol ! interest with their natural beauty Ether with the ingeniuty of S have been made into almost unbelievable things of beauty. The Iowa picnic was held on Harvey Eschle and rown -Earl Recknor, Mr. and El Will oriley; Mr. and Mrs. rown - and E Recknor and son; Mr. and K a^TM^yJus^ Salem Affairs Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sym°ndiJ of the Kent vicinity weredtaaer guests Sunday at the Charles and at the home of Mrs. Bruce Har- quin. There were seven mem- Be money ahead! Pave Secondary Roads with Concrete... This may be a pleasant surprise, but the cold figures show that concrete is the economical "buy" for farm-to-market roads aa well as state roads. First cost Is less than for heavy duty state road pavements. In many cases a pavement only 9 or 10 feet in width will serve traffic adequately and safely—permitting a still further saving. You enjoy decades of all-year Krvice-and in the meantime low maintenance saves thousands of dollars a milel Taxpayers prefer concrete because H is comfortable, safe and saving jn gas, oil, tires and car repair. J. H. BARBER Funeral Director Lenox, Iowa Barber-Boltinghouse Co. JAMES R. LOCKE Attorney and Counsellor at Law Farmers & Merchants Bank Bldg Bedford, Iowa General Practice in All Courta— State and Federal Special Attention Given to Settlement of Eatatoe Write for a free copy of "The Farmer's Road." rOftTUND CfHIENT ASSOCIATION * Frank Wisdom O. J. Klrkete Wisdom & Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of estates Bedford, Iowa Dick Dunbar The Insurance Man Insurance Coverage of All Kinds Town and farm property Automobile Fire, Lightning and Tornado Accident and Health have them all—quality and price. mu EYE STRAIN hold your Boy back ? J T wo classrooms Jn an AlabanMi. grade school were exactly alike, Yet in one room, with ordinary lighting, there were 11 failures. In th4 other, correctly lighted, only 2 Skfi* dren failedl. f? You can make the same Idn'd of experiment in your own home tonight* Just sit in your boy's chair. If the bulb s In his lainp fc KrfgKt inSugK,: t» ftbto to md to* pdai >ta» ffcta wttMl M* , *^sJ I fort •* MdtaMX MMttM 4WSM may be all that's nec'dfl fe tayi pojr from dangerous eye rtrtln, can get gna frog} yjjja QfttfUk l«mg TO AVOID EYE STRAIN/ USE •UIBS THII flEi •W WAITS >^^.100WATTI Foe two Mck«t _40 WATTS / For triple-aock- , t\ «t reading 140,1 lamps, also wall \W/ K nd c»lllng light* w sooktt Consult me as you would your attorney Iowa Southern Utilities Co. !•'*(!

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