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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA OCIETY! American Legion Auxiliary Meets The American Legion Auxiliary met last Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Earle Henderson. Eight members answered roll call. The evening was soent sewing, making white linen scarfs and stand covers for veterans hospitals. Lunch was served by the hostess. I-H Girls Leaders Plan 1936 Activities Taylor County met in Bedford to Outline the plans for the work during 1936. Those present at the meeting were: Mrs. C. E. Burton, New Market; Miss Hazel Woods, Bedford; Miss June Pierson and Miss Margaret Nixon, Gravity; Mrs. Clifford Templeton, Bedford; .Mrs. Emmitt Osburn, Bedford; Mrs. Byron Mohler, Bedford, and Mrs. Kent Wallace, Gravity. The group met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Isaac. Miss Florence Forbes who Is t obe the specialist for the project met with the leaders and helped them prepare their plans. Taylor County girls will study Home Furnishing as their major project for the coming year, supplemented with music, picture study and a study of birds. Health improvement is also a part of the program. Mrs. Frances Folcey received the guest prize. The next meeting, October 8, willl be at the home of Mrs. O. E. Bricker. Mee:ting of Social Union Mrs. Phil Ridgeway, assisted by Mrs. Cora Hale, Mrs. Fred Childe and Mrs. Nellie Childs were hostesses to the regular meeting of the Social Union Friday afternoon. Twentythree members were present Mrs. Walter Beadle was a guest. Contests were enjoyed during the social hour. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. A. E. Caven. Pricilla Circle Met at Church The Priscilla Circle met at the church basement, Sept. 26, with Mrs. Hughes. Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Haas as hostesses. There were 24 members and four guests present, who gave current eyents of Bible versus in answer 'to roll call. Two new members were added to the roll, Mrs. Horace Fleming and Ruth Spring. Mrs. Jennie Preston and Florence Wall were on the program committee and the program consisted of two contests and the reading of a poem. Meeting Of H S Club Miss Flora Ferguson was hostess to the regular meeting of the'H. S. Club, Saturday evening, September .the 28. Rolj call was answered with a Sug- gestic for the Good of the Club. The program given was an article read by Mrs. Paul Davis, "Life's Discontents". Mrs. Dwight Wilcox was a guest of the club. Bridge was played at two tabjes, Miss Mildred Wilson receiving the high club score. The- next meeting will be at the home of Miss Mildred Wilson Friday evening, October 11. of G V Club Mrs. Harold Gustin was hostess to the meeting of the G. V. Club'.at her home Tuesday evening, October 1. Favorite recipes were given in response to roll call. Mrs. Roland Walter prepared an article on "The Missions at California". MLss Anna Turner told the club about the "White Houje Kittjhen" Guests of the hostess were Mrs. Mark Sluss, Mrs. Paul Davis and Mrs. Frances Folcey. Bridge was played at four tables with Mrs. Don Tyler receiving the high club score Wednesday the Social Union hell an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. J. P. Reckner. The day was spent in quilting. Harmony Reading Circle Meets Mrs. Donna Runyan was hostess to the Harmony Reading Circle on Wednesday, September 25. Fourteen members responded to roll call by giving a household hint. Following the business meeting, several games of dominos were enjoyed. The hostess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Les Copeland, served refreshments. The H. R. C. will meet at the home of Mrs. Alice Orr on Oct. 9. Miscellaneous Shower A neighborhood miscellaneous shower at the Otto Hill home Tuesday, September 24, honored Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill, who were married recently. The evening was spent playing cards and visiting. The young couple received many useful gifts. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayes ahdf. family, Mr. and Mrs. G. Douglas and family, Glen Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tully, .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lilly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Schaake, Mr. .and Mrs. Herb Tully, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Welsh and Twilah, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Lpnnie Hunter.. and Bernice, Mr. and Mrs! Harley Gravitt, Mr. and Mrs.' ' John Donalson and Harolds-Mr, and Mrs. Joe Shaffroth aha daughters. 'Roy Cattlett, Mr. and Mrs. John Lilly, Mr. and I$|s. Criar- les Maloney and family, J" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill aftd < : JWar- jorie of Carl, lowa^;': Afarion Davis, Mr. and MB& Glaud Swartz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvil Olive and family, M£. and Mrs. West Miller, Thelma and Martin; Miss Catherine Bauers, Miss Marjorie Olive, Miss Mary Maloney, Bessie Key; guest of honor Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hill. tess to Chapter FW P.E.O. this evening. There will be a special meeting of Tremont Lodge No. 343, A. F. & A. M. tonight at 8 o'* clock. There will be work in the third degree. Refreshments. Monday, October 7 The Past Matrons club will meete this afternoon - at the home of Mrs. J. W. Walter, with Mrs. W. H. Madden as assisting hostess. County-wide Church Institute at Clearfleld School today with the United Presbyterian church as host. Plan to attend, take your covered dish, coffee will be furnished. Tuesday, October 8 Mrs. O. E. Bricker will be hostess this evening to the members of the G. V. Club. .Wednesday, October 9 The M. F. C. Ladies will meet today with Mrs. Chas. Leonard near Corning. The Fortnightly Club is meeting today at the home of Mrs. Jay Hughes. Mrs. Alice Orr will be hostess to the Harmony Reading Circle thl» afternoon. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES . Rev. W. A. Thompson Sabbath School, 10:00 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. Senior Y. P. C..U. 7 p. m. Attention is called to the subject of the morning sermon. The message will deal with marriage and its moral and spiritual significance. The young people of the church are especially urged to be present. Toward a more picturesque speech, "they clucked over their grain of gossip"—Reader's Digest. Oct.. X CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor 8; 00 Union evening service Our church is using the month of October for Stewardship emphasis and teaching, and winding up on Oct. 7 with an Every Member Canvas; The morning sermons will deal with some phase of the sub'ject. This Sunday morning we discuss the nestimable values of our faith. After this Sunday evening service each succeeding Sunday will have special features emphasizing our theme for the month. October 16 (Wednesday) we will have another general cjiurch supper and program all ttiembershlp centered. Be prepared to enjoy all three services to the full. Tom Bladon. Mrs. George Lyddon and daughters Maude and Pearl will soon be at home in Clearfield m the property owned by Pearl. Chas. Black lives there now but will soon move. The Bert Lyddon family will move from their farm 2 miles south of town to the home place nearer town. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vourantzel, a nine pound son. Saturday. September 21. The Womans Relief Corps held their annual dinner at the R.N.A. Hall, Wednesday, September 25. The event was to have been held in the City Park but on account of the rain shelter had to be found. In the afternoon the regular program was held. The Lenox Corps were to have been present, but on account of the funeral of the husband of their Assistant Conductor, they did not come. Wayne Nickel started last Monday for Pittsburgh, Penn. for a second year of study in -THURSDAY Church Sunday evening*, Rev. P. O. Nystrand preaching the sermon. This was sort of a farewell for the Turners. Saturday, September 28, was the birthday of Walter Jones, and on Sunday evening relatives to the number of 20 gathered at his home to spend the evening with him. tainly surprised. He was cer- The evening was spent in visiting. Refreshments of sandwiches, peaches, cake and coffee were served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Milt Jones and Bernice and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Cole of Benton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephens and daughter Dorothy Mae of Conway. Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baxter and sons Norman and Loren, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Steward and children, Edgar and Melba, Mr. W. L. Swope and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones and son Weldon. A number of other relatives were invited, but were unable to be present. and covered with boiling vine gar, spices may be added to the vinegar, but they will spoil the pure whiteness whicii is so de sirable in pickled onions A Simply Made Jam Four cups of whole grapes four cups of sugar. Boil 20 minutes and press through sieve- and-you have a simple recipe for a delicious grape jam. ary. the United Presbyterian Semin- ,, Mr< and Mrs - A - B - Grav of Murray, Iowa spent Sunday, with their son Herbert and family. While here they became acquainted with their grandson Herbert Paul Gray. Mrs. Elaine Robinson went to Sharpsburg Saturday evening to see her mother, Mrs. Colvin, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bye went to Diagonal Saturday to see Vint Messier, who is quite ill at the home of his brother. Walter Mrs. Myrta Young, Mrs. Anna Strain, Mrs. Hugh Gelvin, Mrs. Claude Brown. Mrs. Clifford Roudybush, Marylin and Cathleen and Mrs. Frank Steward spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Geo. Nickel. J. W. Horton has returned 1863. near Thursday, October 3 The Aid society of the Pres byterian church will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs James Pierson, with Mrs. Clara Rogers assisting hostess. Mrs. Mary Moyle will be hos EXCUSES DON'T ,|0 WITH NATURE i^ &.You can make a lot d£ excuses to your- If and you will be(Jve them whether iJfey are reasonable $f not, but there is no 'Mcuse that goes with Jfiture. If the var- l$8 organs of the body are not working J3$ they should there HJ~a reason for it. In - pjacticallly every case this reason is that there is pressure on a nerve leading to the organ. When this pressure is removed by the Chiropractor, Nature, steps in and completes the cure. n'-L • ^ ^ Quit making^excuses to yourself. If you are feeling bad, yfcii^e Chiropractor and find out why, A fe^. adjustments willl ma ke you T£k£kl IjICfi Q TTtf^Tfr ^VA*,*/*. A « «-L J'- - •. •. «J • CHIROPRACTIC I 5ADJUSTMENTS I 1 jREMOVE NERVE PRESSURE] j a new person and yqu won't have to making excuses all the tfmfe. Headache backache, nervousness, insomia, rheumatism' md a host of other tro^feles respond readihr to Chiropractic adjustments.! -Iff*, L Free Or K R. Pcnnebaker -r 0|flcfr f S^iocta Wert 4* ^Telephone OJInjj Jh)i||i » j Clearfield Events Obituary— Charles F_ Hansel! Charles Fremont Hansell, the youngest son of Daid and Lydia Ann Hansell, was born in Lexington, Ohio, March ,11. and died at his home _____ Clearfleld, September 23, 1935, aged 72 years. 6 months and 12 days. When eighteen years old he moved with his parents to Lenox, Iowa, and one year later to a farm east of Lenox where he lived until 1923 when he moved to Clearfield, remaining there for five years. He then moved back to the farm where he spent the remainder of his life. In 1891 he Jones and six born to them. 'from a three months visit with his son Harry and family in North Alberta, Canada. Friday evening, September 27 the eighth grade entertained the seventh grade at the home of Dick Jones. 2 miles west of Clearfield. Games were played and a general good time was had by all. Refreshments of sandwiches, pecan rolls and cocoa were served, also apples. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole were sponsors, as Mr. Cole is their teacher. Phyllis and Manley Turner and Beverly Amstutz were 'dinner guests of Shirley Duncan, last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacRae started last Tuesday morning for Ellenburg, Wash., where he is head of the Department of English in a state normal college. They have been visiting his mother arid aunt here for several days. : Mr. and Mrs. Will Bruner and Orlie Bruner were Bedford visitors Saturday. • Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlton and his mother. Mrs. Florence arlton of -• Des- Molnes.•• -were Clearfleld callers Saturday evening, i I, .•'.;:-.. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cullings came from Audubon, Iowa, Sat-, urday to spend the . weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs P. H. Cullings. Victor Brown came home from Terkio. Mo., Saturday to spend the weekend with his parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown and. Lila Marie. Williarri Harvey of Des Moines spent .the weekend.' here with relatives and friends. iE. C. Nelson of St. Louis, Mo., traveling- salesman, spent Friday night at the home of his sister. . ••• • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strewe of Clearfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pugh of Cbrriihg spent Sunday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. -Clifford Roudybush and family. : Mr. and Mrs.; Cecil Rood of Des Moines spent the weekend Messier. Mrs. Frank Mrs. Robert TIMELY TOPICS Garland Hodson, pitcher for a Kansas City baseball team heaved his most effective fast ball a few days ago. When a mad dog caused a panic during a game and ran out onto the diamond, Hodson struck the animal squarely in the head with a well-directed throw, killing it instantly. ^pj CARD op - Iowa farm Bye, Mr. Matthews and and family, Mrs. Bert Huffman, Mrs. Lee Yaw. F. Baxter, Allie Cowelli Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morey, Mrs. John Hart and son Dennis attended the funeral of W. A. Matthews at the Rhoedes funeral home in Mt. Ayer last Monday. Supt. and Mrs. L. E. Church, Alice Ann. Galligher and Sue Swan went to Bedford Friday evening to visit with Miss Helen Wyant. Miss Wyant is the English teacher in the High school here, but on account of illness has been unable to teach since the first week. Mrs. Franklin Anderson, Mrs. Belle Anderson and Mrs. .Anna Strain were Bedford callers, last Thursday. Mrs.. Strain called at the home pf her sister, Mrs. J. U. Wyant. . :. Hilda Lyddon,. the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Lyddon, had tonsils and adenoids '.removed Saturday : at Dr. Roe. B. Reed's office. Latest reports she -is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jamison of Redding spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Jamison. Betty June and his mother, Mrs. Lester Little went to Iowa City last Tuesday, returning Wednesday, bringing Mrs. Car- roU Little home with them. She has been in the hospital in Iowa City for several weeks and is now much improved. The baby has to be left in the hospital for several weeks, but is getting along all right. Miss Mollie LET ALFALFA TOPS FATTEN ROOTS NOW, ADVISES DYAS Now is the time to let alfalfa tops "fatten their roots" and build up reserves of food supplies," says E. S. Dyas, State College extension crops specialist. A growth of 8 to 10 inches before freezing is none too much says Dyas, and this means that the crop ordinarily should not be cut after the middle of September. Although alfalfa may sometimes be lightly pastured in October, it should not be eaten to a stubble. It must be remembered that old seedings winter kill more easily than new seedings and that they must have as much or more growth accordingly for winter protection. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our thanks to our friends and neighbors who gave us their sympathy and help at the time .of the death of Mr. Clayton. We also wish to thank Mrs. Peacock for the music, .the pall beraers and those who sent flowers. .Mrs. B. H. Clayton and children. office in Lenox l at « ^ c °ngr n e°s'oft« 5 cents. Summer Dri jeryj Let us do your nust« mg work for you. to clothes is hard woik, in hot weather you t easily exhausted. Our truck calls in i three days each u Leave a call for us and j will pick up your 1 and return it to you- sweet smelling and [ I if you wish it. Moore's Lao Mondays, Wednesday}« Fridays. Bill Bey Ermand, i Telephone 96 married Laura children were The names of the living children are Harry of Clearfield, Mrs. Hattie Millikin of Shannon City, Bert Hansell of Diagonal, and Mrs. Ruth Horton of Clearfleld. Two children, Jessie and Edna, died in infancy. , Besides his devoted companion and children he leaves one brother, Joe Hansell of Creston, and three grandchildren. In 1904 he was converted and loined the Calvary Church. For rhe past thirty-one years he has not only been glad and rejoiced n his affiliation with the Dhurch, but has helped carry on ;he work of the Church in ways which were open to him. The lact that he was a good Chris- Ian man is not only a comfort ;o his sorrowing bereaved ones >ut to others who knew him. For a considerable time he had not been well, but was not complaining HLs answer when ask- d how he was, was always op- imistic. He did not want to and and He will be greatly this community appear sick. missed in Where he has lived for more han half a century. Funeral services were held in lalvary Church at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Rev. J. .C. Turn- r conducted the service, and nterment was in Clearfleld emetery. : Music was furnished by E. C. B. Crew, Mrs. J. R. J. C. Barrans. Mrs. Ralph ccpj laker. Pall-bearer) r, , , Herman, Be&; Clark t Shaw'.Wilt. with their parents, Mr. Mrs. Roy Rood and Mr. Mrs. Truman Hidley. Mr. and Mrs; Ralph Jarvis of Maryville. Mo., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Jarvis and his sister, Mrs. Bert Lyddon. Mr. and Mrs. Faye VanWinkle and sons of Savannah, Mo. are visiting her sister. Mrs. Leo Wbodside and family. The South Central Iowa Teachers' Association was held at Creston Saturday, Sept. 28. The program was headed by Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public schools and recently elected president of the National Educational Association. Those going from Clearfleld were: Supt. L. B. Church and Mrs. Church, Mrs. Mabel MacRae. Coach W. B. Rood, Harry Cole, Misses Leah rrowbridge, Junita Nixon. Leota Jackson, Irene Rauch, Addle Beall " Swan, Spurrier and Evelyn McMath. Miss Addie Beall had a part on the program, a talk on primary Dusy is in Creston at the Little home caring for Mrs. Little and doing the housework. A picnic dinner was enjoyed' in the timber east of town Sunday by the Allen clan, it being Mrs. Will Allen's birthday. Her children were all there to enjoy the day with her, also a few friends. Mrs. B. A. Herring and Mrs. F. P. Steward were callers in Bedford Monday afternoon For the Homemaker Ideas, Suggestions, News foe Women Readers Mary Swan. Margaret Helen Barrans, Lillian work. J. H. Baxter and son Kenneth and Gene Baxter went to Milo. Iowa Sunday to spend a few hours with their aged father, R. H. Baxter. Rev. W. C. Henn and Mrs. Henn and daughter came Saturday evening from Dallas, Iowa so that he might have charge of the Sunday services here and at Calvary Sunday morning. They returned to Dallas Sunday afternoon and will move here as soon as it is possible for them to occupy the parsonage. Rev. and Mrs. J. c. Turner went to Farragut, Iowa Saturday afternoon, where he had charge of the Sunday morning services there. They returned n the afternoon.. A union meet- Ing was held in the u. P — -- ••- -— r< Don't Cook Liver Too Long You don't need to eat liver once a week just because it's a good source of iron in the diet. For many other foods are rich nplron ' among them eggs, oysters shrimo. lp*n cut* of beef, vea, pork and lamb, kidney brain and heart. Vegetables which are rich in iron are peas, nAQ V» O n v. ^ , _ _, l«*t*W| of all sorts. Peaches, dates^aisinl, nS'aS prunes also contain iron If you like liver, eat it, for it ta a very valuable source of iron. If yOU don't, lilro it v, Q «i ,1 ,' ALETTER beans Dried and greens fruits such h™ ' * because you have been cooking it the wrong way. Liver is a and Very shorfc liver Pl <*led to dress men *ers of the the liver alone onions made accord- tlons given £ to °«* experts at Iowa onions that dry should be used. Hot «anovB the skins* are placed in strong " hr, toe b the brine is replaced and ttie >n the third heated to they are .., *ainedv--pi— with sliced -red peppers To therCitizens 6f LejRQx.:-— .., 4 , • A representative of a group of citizens 1 handed us,.a copy k of i-ja".petition directed to t Mayor and Town Council of Lenox, which i understand was submitted to them at'theitli regular meeting. We are informed that' were handed this copy of the petition'duet I the fact that it is directed against the pre I electric rate ordinance which affects our l I ness. We appreciate this consideration i i part of the petitioners. In substance, this petition requests I the present rate ordinance be modified to a" a reduction in electric rates to at,least tkl of charges being made in similar towns,; is signed by a substantial number of citizens, It has long been the policy of* OUT CompaBJI from time to time, to ..establish general ratejj ductions over our entire system. In Lenox t policy has resulted in a reduction to the ov age user from 15c net per KWH, at the to the property was purchased by our Compaifl to 9 l-2c per KWH with a 5 percent discounjf 1931. This reduction was accomplished byioii successive steps within a period of eight : year»| and prior to the establishment of the " pal light plant in Lenox. The National trend of electric rates, always been downward. However, this been especially true during the past year n two. I Since the establishment of the MunicipJ light plant, at which time electric rates regulated by ordinance, our Company mm into effect two general rate reductions overjl 'entire system, with the exception ol "»J One of these reductions was effective asoi n 1/1933 and the other as of April 1,1» each occasion the matter was taken u] the Town Council requesting permission ply the new rates in Lenox. Up to the P. time this request has been denied. AW the proposed rates would result in a savi $., over eighty percent of the users in has been said that the charges to cerw" tomers, being billed on special ordinan^ would be increased. To eliminate tWJ ^ we suggested, in writing, to the> ^ airt these special rates be allowed to>• *«"* j force so as not to.increase any bills. : .* We assure you that we will be ^ ^ ^ our new rate schedule available as sow | orajble action is taken by the Council : P»Jf petition, u : ''i • Very trul^yours, . ., : ' Iowa Southern Utilities H. A. Stephenson, Local Manager. Pctober 2, 1935.

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