Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 17, 1935 · Page 3
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA your default will be entered and judgment will be rendered against you thereon. OF ABSENTEE •strict Court of Taylor jowa: November term IMATTER OF THE CARL j, Absentee VanCleave Hibbs fanCleave, Marie Van tcMullin. Margaret Van- |nd Carl VanCleave: id each of you are here- led that there is now on L office of the Clerk Ltrict Court of Taylor Ilowa, in probate, the 1 of Marie VanCleave I stating that the said E'cleave was a resident Itate of Iowa and has [known cause absented im his usual place of and concealed his buts from his family for [of more than the past ars and that he has an 1 one-fifth interest in ff ing described real es- , state, to-wit: Half Northeast i? and 80 rods east and j3 chains and 21 links a south in the ; corner of the ; quarter of the quarter and the ; of the Northeast of the Southeast „ all in Section 30, hip 68, Range 32, West i 5th P M hi Taylor r Iowa, ¥ and each of you ^"entitled to share fcHihe [ absentee if he ., and asking that an ator be appointed to : the estate of the said Court, and at ten o'clock AM., of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they haves, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Bedford, Iowa, October 9, 1935. FRANK HERRIOTT. (Seal) Clerk of District Court. 2-3 3-4 H. P. JAQUA, Attorney for Plaintiff. Sharpsburg Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whipple who have been at Iowa City for the past two weeks, returned home last week. Earl Shaffer and family went to Clearfield on business day last week. Bob Griffith one and Alvin Sav- her absentee, particulars see ire further notified to i or before 1 o'clock P. .„ 12th day of Novem- IJ before the District I Taylor County Iowa to at the Courthouse in I Taylor County Iowa and Ictions thereto on or be- 4 date or you will be held \ default and an admin[for the estate of the irl VanCleave,' absentee I appointed as prayed in ittlon. Flick & Lucas ney for Petitioner ! VanCleave McMullin bed in the Lenox Time pt. 12-19-26-Oct. 3-10- NOTTCE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4040 In District Court August Term, 1935 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You Are Hereby Notified That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of E. E. Rhodenbaugh deceased, dated November 9th, 1918, and Codicil thereto, dated January 2nd, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th day of November 1935, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Bedford, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court, and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are here- jy notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any ihey have, why said instrument should not be probated and al- .owed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Bedford, Iowa, October 10th, 1935. FRANK HERRIOTT, (Seal) Clerk of District Court. Lenox Time Table, 3 pub. Oct. 10-17-24, 1935. REFEREE'S SALE In Partition BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE directed to the undersigned Referee from the Clerk of the District Court ol Taylor County, Iowa, on a judgment obtained in said Court on the 24th day of September, 1935, in favor of Mary M. Chenoweth and A. B. Chenoweth, as plaintiffs, and against W. H. Matzen, Et al., as Defendants, for the partition of the real estate *^_ . ••_ It. j. J JM 4-V»O % *'. x^C P_^^~~v ^tW - v -< " *^X " :• •,•.•.••? v*" -.-- . s \ '•' \ % V *" \v. United $M*t sV? the will named and described in said plaintiff's Petition, ] on the 29th day of October, A. D 1935, offer for sale to the highest bidder, the following real estate, to-wit. The south half of the north east quarter ol Section one (1), Township seventy (70), north, Range thirty-two (32), West, in Taylor County, Iowa. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. • - -'— — the age went to Des Moines Friday to take examinations for en- entrance to the navy. Clyde Filbert of Casey was here Sunday visiting his mothe- er, Mrs. Lydia Filbert. J. W. Campain of Guss was here Saturday on business. Glen Lymige and family of Adair have moved into the Chas. Underwood property, recently vacated by Emmet Rusco. Several neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn last Tuesday and spent the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn expect to move to Lenox soon. Mrs. Gladys Kettle and children, who have been here for the past week, were called home by the death of her father, E. L. West, Saturday. ' Mrs. Clyde McArthur and son Harold went to Diagonal, Saturday, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McAr- thus went to Creston, Sunday, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Dunbar and family. Elaine Stogdill of Lenox spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Stogdill. Miss Carrie Richey, Mrs. Mary Gardner and Ed Rutledge attended the funeral ol Mrs. John Quinn at Lenox, Oct. 7. Sharps School Notes Last week ended the first six weeks of our school year and with it came our first tests of the year. Grade cards go out to the pupils on Tuesday following the tests. Parents should see these cards, sign them and see that they are returned promptly to the teachers in charge. Mr. Wilkins of Bedford who has charge of the orchestra in the Sharpsburg school this year met with a group of 24 boys and girls from the high school and upper grades last Wednesday From 1900 up to 1934 the leaf tobacco used for cigarettes increased from 13,084,037 Ibs. to 326,093,357 Ibs.; an increase of 2392^ • • • It takes mild ripe tobacco to make a good cigarette. During the year ending June 30, 1900, the Government collected from cigarette taxes $3,969,191 For the year ending June 30, 1934, the same taxes were $350,299,442 an increase of 8725 % —a lot of money. • • • Cigarettes give a lot of pleasure to a lot of people. morning to get ments lined up. their instru- Most of these [ISTRATOR'S NOTICE is hereby given to all i interested, that on the of Sept. A. D., 1935, jdersigned was appointed Clerk ol the District pi Taylor County, Iowa, irator of the estate of D. Schultz deceased, late | county. All persons in[to said estate will make pt to the undersigned and [having claims against jne will present them, leg- Ithenticated, to said court pwance. . Sept. 28, 1935. FLOSSIE D. SHULTZ Administratrix NISTRATOR'S NOTICE pe is hereby given to all i interested, that on the of September, A. D. undersigned was ap- by the District Court pr County, Iowa, special Istrator of the estate of Rhodenbaugh, deceased, I said county, for the pur- 'f collecting and preserv- s property of the deceased 1 exercise the powers and [of a special administrator to law. All persons to said estate will [payment to the under- special administrator. September 28, 1935. JAMES R. LOCKE, Special Administrator. 1-3 S <, en an wliere due bw «»nd at«ndan=e win ». gi.en by the . pupils have never played an instrument but we see in them a promise of a good orchestra |y the end of the year. Mr. Wilkins will meet with this group each Wednesday beginning October 30. At this time all pupils will be expected to have their Instruments ready to start. Anyone having an instrument suitable for playing in an orchestra which he wishes to sell, °^»V ;' TV* X V. <> ' / © 1933, LIGGETT & MYBIS TOBACCO Co. More cigarettes are smoked today because more people know about them—they are better advertised. But the main reason for the increase is that they are made better—made of better tobaccos; then again the tobaccos are blended—a blend of Domestic and Turkish tobaccos. Chesterfield is made of mild, ripe tobaccos. Everything that science knows about is used in makingit a milder and better-tasting cigarette. We believe you -will enjoy them. sep- tember, 1935. In Selders and Amps Swan- Ison attended a janitor's school held at Creston in the Senior B F. WURSTER, High School building last Sat- Bcleree. Uday. This school is maintained by the Extension Divk- the Engineering Depait- at ters home in Brooks. Mrs. Colgan and daughter, Mary, and Miss Lizzie Colgan ol Olmalia, were dinner guests Monday at the E. E. Metz home. Mrs. Henry Moeller entertained the club from the Lutheran church in Creston last Thursday at a six o'clock dinner. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Lossner, Mrs. Gerhart Lossner and children, Mrs. Rupert Lossner and son, Mrs. Boortz, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Dawn, Mrs. Anna Moeller and aughter. Others present were jus. Lulu Brotherton, Mrs. jeonard Brotherton and son, I the plants and eventually kill them il this protection is not afforded. Why Do Babies Laugh? In fact, why does anyone laugh? Read what science has to say about it in The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. County, Iowa WC Van Houten, As Guardian ing SCO res last weekwere as C " Ha TO THE AFORE- red Pennebaker • is filed, and on or be- Ruby Fickess, and Norma claim from you the sum thousand, one ^o. Edd Metz, Mrs. Roy Bush, vlrs Lizzie Strey, Mrs. Clara Barter, Mrs. Katrina Mutschall. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Buxton jlanned to celebrate their small on Burdette's ninth birthday Sunday and invited in thirteen dinner gueste, but in place ol thirteen, thirty-three visitors were present. The extra guests were sell-invited and met as a surprise and in honor ol the birthdays ol Mr. and Mrs. Buxton and Burdette. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Buxton and children from near Bedford, Mr. and Mrs Roy Bush, Mr. and Mrs Donald Hill and daughters of Corning Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ferguson and daughters of near Clear- neld, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Black and children, Mr and Mrs. Frankie Miller and daugh- Prairie'Star News Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hiley and children of Maryville, Mo. were visitors Sunday at the Wilda Hiley home. Ray Hiley, who been visiting parents over the weekend, returned to Maryville with them. Mr. Denhart and daughter, Georgia of Mt. Ayr, were overnight visitors Friday, with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Hewitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Campbell visited their son, Chester and wife in Lenox Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Hewitt and Irene and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hewitt and children, visited Sunday near Diagonal, with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Orville Bentley and family. Hal Howard left Sunday evening for Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shawler and Vina Lee, Mr. and Mrs. ter and day from of January, 1936, NOTICE PROBATE OF No. 4044 In District Court November Term, 1935 of Iowa ' County—ss. "'WHOM IT MAY CON---' Hereby Notified, That istrument of writing pur- 'B to be the last Will and nent of B. H, Clayton ^d, dated February 18 aaving been this day filed "d and read, the 12th day •vember, 1935, is fixed fo IK proof of same at the House in Bedford, Iowa, • the District Court of said V or the Clerk of said SSMSftrS-B principal sum of dollars, which no Sars see petition, and amendment when filed. A writ of attachment has been Sued and by virtue there- o Iowa tame last Wed^ _ jr a visit with relatives he in'last weeks items a name - unintentionally omitted Mr. and Mrs) J. r. Roland guest present was n the list of S S. Stringtown, Mrs. Jennie Evans baby's great grandfather m the afternoon, a good old- fashioned song service was en joyed. E Harold Leach, Mr. and Mrs Earl Leach and Mrs. Stella Witl ters were visitors Sunday at the W H. Leach home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Campbell and son Hal Dean, visited Sunday with Mrs. Campbell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilda Hi Icy Esther Morley returned to Creston Sunday evening to her school work, after spending the weekend in the home of her w - Arta Morley and | Letter 100 Words o on "WHY I LIKE COOCH*S BEST FLOUR m.Uon ,ou • •Uo (boat die coaUM rule*. Coo.h'. But n»a<r ClttOe, •* nwllr d».wn jvu* fro***', nan* old cddMM W CONTEST IDITO* QOOCH MIUINQ a ELEVATOR CO. Lincoln, Ntbruta Contttt Dot**- S*pt. l»t *• Nov. lit lld ur and at tnerreai^ Hardy perennials such as col Handel called on Mr. ^°and iS E: E. MeB and Lmblne, Sha ? ta DaiBy, Delphln- «;• Ralldels called „„ Mr . £-~^tt^\&3^&-^&\SS!Si >'£ H J °M M B*S H ? «- U ,u = r can *e advan^-1 vtrs. now- eany suuimoi v*» ~- — ,„_ t rj cott. d day of the term ot the second day econ Mrs. jesse rt " 1 " i '£~ J av ..„ and the clumps or roots ai- rt inO* Visitor l£l*Sw XU"wvi£*j • i «-»pi sfcin.* aHo TVlG T1GW JS€SS&-^4««ffl should be dug of roots di- The new can oe BCI- »K "«v, •*-— —«--- .. old plants wer^set, «dU! any . You Get a Better TRACTOR FOR LESS MONEY in the Allis- Chalmers LENOX MOTOR CO. Allis Chalmers tractors, Plymouth Automobile* E E | SJHjSJ3JSEI3ISJSISISISiaa8| To the Farmer Who is a Businessman A good businessman keeps a^atchful eye on the money market. When money is "cheap"—which means interest rates are low—he knows this is the,time to refinance his high interest debts on a long-time basis, if he can. Money is "cheap" for you NOW. The Federal Land Bank gives you the lowest interest rate ever offered the American farmer-only 1% a year. If you refinance your debts with a Land Bank loan NOW, you will pay only 4% a year for the 20, 30 or more years the loan runs—no matter how high the price ot money may go meanwhile. No man knows how long money will be as "cheap" as it is today. Be a good businessman. Protect yourself ' against a rise in interest. Refinance your debts with a Land Bank loan through this association NOW. Lenox National Farm Loan Association Corning, Iow» D. J. HOGAN, 8*sretwy-T*e»Stt»r Coroinr, low* 1

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