Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 17, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA fttifl Mrs Jim 50th Anniversary ft nd Mrs. .Tim H, Lock i.hoir .Sflt.h nodding iy Saturday and their snd other relatives bore to help with the cele- ifm. A feature of the day ».hr fact that four sisters a brother of Mrs. Lock and a. sister of Mr. Lock, all of Whom were present at the wedding fifty years ago, were present at the anniversary celebration Saturday. They are Mary Davis, Ella Moorland, Clara For- sruer. Rose Evans, sisters of Mrs. Lock, and J. H. Clark, her brother, and Mrs. Clara Rogers, sister of Mr. Lock. Mr. Lock and Miss Emma L. Clark were married Oct. 12, 18S5, at Malta 111., and came to Iowa in the fall of 1888 and settled north of Lenox. They have made their home in this locality ever since. At the anniversary celebration Saturday, a speech was made by J. H. Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. Lock were presented with a number of gifts by Mrs. A. E. Peters. A cake for the bride was baked by Mrs. Geo. Lock arid a cake for the bridegroom was baked by his granddaughter, Louise Lock. A basket dinner was served and sonsisted of tried chicken with all the trimmings. Thdse present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Lock, DeKalb, 111., Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Locke and Eleanor of Creston, Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Lock, Mason City, la., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lock and Louise, Lenox, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Switzer, DeKalb, HI., Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Peters, Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. George, Creston, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey George and Ellen Lorene, Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Hucke, Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Anderson and Floyd, Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Cromwell, J. H. Clark and Lela, Allie and Eva, Sharpsburg, Mrs. Ray Hayes, Bobbie, and Lois Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rogers, Dorothy and Gene Rogers, Mrs. Sam Rogers, all of Lenox, Mrs. Rose Bolte, Corning, Mary Davis, Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Eivlns, Helen and Lyle, Kent, Mrs. W. H. Mooreland Creston ,Mr. and Mrs. Forquer, Kent. Family Reunion at Cliff Beach Home A family reunion was held Sunday at the Cliff Beach home. Those who were present and enjoyed the basket dinner svere: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Owens, Clearfield, Mrs. Mary Ann Page, Lee Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paymal Dr. and Mrs. W. Readhead, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sealy, all of Lenox, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Beach, Luella, Dale, Josephine, Billy, Marjory and Elizabeth Ann, Walter Beach and Lyle Nelson of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. John Filbert, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Underwood and Mrs. Lydia Filbert, all of Sharpsburg, Clyde Filbert, Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaffer, Arlene, Thelma and Mary Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Underwood and Richard, of Sharpsburg. Monahan Family Reunion Held Here, Oct. 9 A reunion of the Monahan family was held Oct. 9, at the C". B. Menoher home in Lenox. Seven brothers and sisters were present. Mrs. E. S. Menoher of Marengo, Iowa, one of the sisters did not receive word of the reunion until too late to come and this was greatly regretted by all present as she would have made the reunion of living sons and daughters of ames and Sarah Monahan complete. "'.Those present were T. O. Monahan of Drummond, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Monahan and Ray Monahan of Diagonal, J. H. Monahan and Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Monahan of Gravity, Mrs. Sarah E. West and Mrs. Lillian West of Corning, Mr.-and Mrs. W. J. Nevius of Bedford, Mrs. C. B. Menoher, Lenox, Mrs. Richard Cox and Edith Cox, of Lenox. .Dinner was served by the ladies and a pleasant social time was enjoyed by all. T. O. Monahan has not been in Iowa for nine years and he expects to visit among relatives and friends for some time. Father Pouget Honored in Des Moines Sunday Register — Daughters of Our Lady of Guadalupe society of Valley Junction, Sacred Heart parish, under the direction of Miss Louist M. Boiler, chairman of religious education of the Des Moines District of the National Council of Catholic Women, will honor the Rev. Henry Pouget at a tea to be held at the home of Miss Dolores Del Prado, president of the society, at 3 p.m. today. Father Pouget has recently been appointed to the Mexican missions of the Des Moines Diocese by the Mgst Rev. Gerald T. Bergan. bishop of the diocese. Father Pouget speaks Spanish fluently, having served for many years on missions of New Mexico and the Panama Canal Zone. Mass will be celebrated for the Mexican people at Sacred Heart church in Valley Junction at 10 a.m. Sunday, and the following Sunday at St. Anthony's church in Des Moines at the same hour. Every other Sunday Father Pouget will be at the parishes. Sermons and instructions at the masses will be in Spanish. Father Pouget makes his home at Dowling college. ' A program of Mexican music and hymns has been 'arranged. Former Local Teacher Married •iMr. and Mrs, C. B. Menoher have received an announcement of, the marriage of Grace Menoher to Lloyd E. Boileau of Des Moines. The marriage took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr... and Mrs. B. F Menoher, Lincoln Nebr., October 12. .Grace was a teacher in the Lenox schools a few years ago. For several years she has held a i position with the Equita- Life Insurance company in i Moines and will continue her work there until the flrst of January, when Mr. and Mrs Boileau will locate in the northern part of the state where Mr. Boileau has work. G. C. W. Club Met With Mrs. Riley Mrs. Verda Riley was hostess to 15 members of the G C W club Thursday afternoon, Oct. 10. The afternoon was spent m piecing quilt blocks. Lela Woods presided over the business meeting. A weiner roast will be held at the Ernest Markman home Thursday evening, Oct. 17, and it was decided that each family should bring its own buns and a pie. Guests at the meeting Thursday were Wilma Miller, Thirza Hucke and Bessie Beipe. Refreshments were~ served. The next meeting will be with Anna Ca^ey, Thursday afternoon, Opjt. 24. '-•-. ..,.<•••' . • • .•£ :*'•' ' P. T. A. At Grove Number 7 . The first meeting• of' ; the P.T. A. was held at Grove .No. 7 Thursday, October 3. Mrs. Cliff Beach presided over rthe business meeting. The^. following officers were elected:'president, Mrs. Llyod Terry;, • \ secretary, Mrs. 'Port Miller; treasurer, Mrs. Harlan Armstrong. The evening was spent discussing what would be done during the coming year. The climax of the evening was a weiner roast. Thursday Girls Met at Hotel The Thursday Girls met at the Hotel Lenox last ^Thursday, with Mrs. Harry Haynes and Mrs. C. A. Deaver as hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Will Terry, Mrs| Joe Probasco, Mrs. Marvin Deaver, Mrs. Earl Beadel, Mrs. George Clayton, Mrs. Hume Fry and Hazel Eckler. Wurster Family Reunion The Wurster family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wurster, Sunday, Oct. 13. About forty relatives enjoyed the big basket dinner served at the noon hour. Ten members responded to roll call with "Bits of Humor". The program was a report of the Iowa Federation of Worn- ens' Clubs, which was held at Bedford last week, given by Mrs. Paul Davis. Invited guests of the hostess were Mrs. Hazel Feeney Olson of St. Paul, and Mrs. Dwight Wilcox. Bridge was played at three tables. Miss Flora Ferguson received the high club score, Mrs. Olson received the guest prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Thursday evening, October 24, at the Hotel, with Miss Flora Ferguson as hostess. Meeting of Past matrons Club Monday afternoon, October 14 the Past Matrons club met at the Fred Childs home, with Mrs. Childs and Mrs. W. H. Madden as joint hostesses. Eleven members responded to roll call with a Current Event. Following the business session, a short program was given consisting of greetings from the club president, and an article, "Seven Points of Happiness", read by Mrs. Fred Childs. Bridge was the diversion of the social hour, with Mrs. H. C. Killion receiving the high score prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. Aid Society At Church The Aid Society of the Church of Christ met at the Church Friday afternoon with Misses Emma and Ida Grim as hostesses. Sixteen members "were present and the afternoon was spent working on a quilt. Following a short business meeting the hostesses served a nice lunch. Woman's Relief Corps Meeting- The Woman's Relief Corps met for its social meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Holben, Thursday afternoon. Twelve members were present and the afternoon was spent working on a quilt. A sack lunch was served. The next regular 'meeting will be held at the Legion hall, Thursday, Oct. 24, when a pot luck dinner will be served at the noon hour. The inspector of the corps will be present that day. All members are urged to be present. tained Tuesday afternoon as a courtesy to Airs. Ethel Walker of St. Louis. Two tables were arranged for the brigde game. The prize for high score went to Mrs. Fred Childs; Mrs. Geo. Cheese received the consolation prize. The hostess served a dainty two course lunch. Sharpsburg W C T U Met October S The Sharpsburg Women's Christian Temperance Union met Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 8, at the home of Mrs. Hazel Brown, Mattie Reed, assisting hostess. Ten members responded to roll call with current events. Mary Underwood led devotions, reading the First Psalm. The following chairmen were appoined by the president for the different departments for the coming year: cards, Cora Hamblin; press and publicity, Hazel Brown; temper- ence and missions, Elizabeth Pennebaker; temperence in Sunday School, Mary Underwood; calendar committee, Carrie Pinney and Alta Young. It was decided to open Free Library sponsored by the W.C. T.U. for one hour on Wednesday afternoon and 2 hours on Saturday afternoon for the remainder of the school year. Miss Ethelmerle Pennebaker was selected as librarian. Meeting closed with W.C.T.U. benediction. R efreshments were served by the hostesses. The November meeting will be held Nov. 13, at the home of Elizabeth Pennebaker. state convention reports will be given All who are interested are urged to attend. Surprise for Mr and Mrs James Qninn Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Quinn were pleasantly surprised by their neighbors and friends Tuesday evening, Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn are moving to Lenox. A lunch consisting of sandwiches, pickles, pie and coffee was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kromer, Mary and Anna, Mr, and Mrs. Chris Trbst, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grimm, Maysel and Bobby, Mrs. Lula • Stoner, Grace and Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Donaldson and Donald Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Terry, Arleen, Jack, and Paul Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Henderson, Carl and Merle, Mr. and Mrs. John Shoenhair, Fred and Raymond, Mr. 'and Mrs. Geo. Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shimer, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Beach and Josephine, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leaverton, Silas and Linnie Cain, Edwin and Marvin Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Quinn, Marjorie Stoner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quinn and Phyllis, Ernest Quinn. . An electric table lamp was given to Mr. and Mrs. Quinn. Entertained L F G Club Mrs. Margaret Estel and Mrs. Berdice Wilson entertained the L.F.G. club at Mrs. Estel's home last Friday night. Mrs. Glee Poindexter read interesting paper entitled "Mrs. Roosevelt". Roll call was answered by "Ridley's Believe It or Not". Bridge was played and Mrs. Lester Lev! received high score. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Meeting of Salome Chapter The regular meeting of Salome Chapter was held Tuesday evening in the Masonic hall, with twenty-two members and two visitors present. Miss Marie Evans and Mrs. H. C. Dougan were the visitors. At the close of the business session, light refreshments were served. Camp Fire Girls Meeting The Camp Fire Girls met at the home of Mrs. Paul Davis Saturday afternoon, October 12. Officers elected were as follows: president, Phyllis Copeland; secretary, Wilma Carey; treasurer, Marion Wurster. The next meeting will be Saturday afternoon, October 26, with Marion Wurster. & Dinner For Paul Wurster Mrs. B. F. Wurster gave a dinner party Friday evening for her son, Paul. The guests were Rex Haigler, Allie Hegwood, Eugene Goodale, George Gray, Percy Wynn, Milton Bricker, Burton Thompson, Gail Potts and the guest of hoflpr, Paul, who left Monday for the state of Washington, where he will resume his duties in the navy, after a thirty-day leave of absence . Harmony Reading Circle Mrs. Alice Orr was hostess to the Harmony Reading Circle on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 9. Fifteen members responded to roll call by naming a food product and how produced. After the business meeting the following program was given: a poem, "Time to Live", read by Mrs. Donna Runyan; a magazine article concerning taxes was read by Mrs. Alpha McKernen; a Bible quiz conducted by Mrs. Effie Curphy. Several games of dominos were enjoyed during the social hour. The hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Myrtle Orr, served refreshments. Thursday, October 24 The Woman's Relief Corps will meet at the hall today, a pot luck luncheon at the noon hour. The Inspector for the corps will be here. ftlirtClte Meeting Of . M F O Club Mrs. O. L.; Copeland was hostess to the members of the M.F.O. club and several guests at her home Wednesday afternoon, October 16. The guests were Mrs. L. N. Walter, Mrs. Roy Key, Mrs. Nellie Bryant. Mrs. LeVern Roll, Mrs. O. E. Bricker and Mrs. Fred Childs. The afternoon was spent playing 42. Mrs. Allen Pine received the high club score prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Meeting Of H. S. Club Wilsoij was hos, B - club at the Tutable Bridge Club Met at Hughes ^ome Mr. and Mrs'. Jay E. Hughes were hosts to the Tutable bridge club at their home Monday evening. High score was won by Dr. W. H. Cash and Mrs. Jay Hughes. Meeting Of . Priscilla Circle The Priscilla Circle of the Me thodist church met in the basement of the church Thursday afternoon, Oct. 10, with Mrs. Ruff, Mrs. Wilt and Mrs. Killinger as hostesses. Jokes and contests were the entertainment.pf the afternoon. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. > Mrs Ridgeway Givess Bridge Party Mrs: Phil Thursday, October 17 The Presbyterian Missionary Society are entertaining with a tea and a program at the Presbyterian church this afternoon. The public is invited. A free will offering will be taken. The Ladies Alter Society are meeting this afternoon at St Patrick's Hall. Hostesses are Mrs. E. J. Cameron, Mrs. Ray Cameron and Mrs. Sam Wurster. The regular meeting of Tre- .mont Lodge No. 343, A F & A M will be held this evening at 8 o'clock. Chapter FW, P.E.O. meets this evening with Miss Berta Bennison. Monday, October 21 The Faculty of the Lenox school will hold a party at Hotel Lenox, this evening. 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. Friday, Oct. 18 the Social Union will meet in the church today. The hostesses are Mrs. Gladys Tyler, Mrs. Minnie Glasgow, Mrs. Vera Roll, Mrs. Clute, Mrs. Helen Bivens. Locard, a famous criminal detective, is said to have in 92 cases out of 100, detected the occupation of individuals by their earwax. The particles of dust peculiar to their work lodge in the earwax and tell the story. . M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. The pastor will preach on "The Right of Way." The pastor will deliver a sermon on the character of Judas Iscariot. You are cordially invited to attend our services. Looking Forward Sunday, October 27, World Temperence Sunday. From experience with the City Missionary Society in the city of Chicago, the pastor will speak on Sunday night as to what he knows has actually been accomplished during the time when we had a prohibition law. Sunday, November 3, the Sunday School will observe Rally Day. Our Sunday School enrollment is 158. We are making that our goal for Rally Day. Sunday, November 3, we will start a two weeks' series of Church Interest meetings. There will be service at the church every night. How much interest do you have in your church? CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School ll'lOO Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor Sunday morning we will observe the Communion with the same printed service that our Inter-: national Convention will use at San Antonio, Texas. Our topic will be "Back to the Scriptures —Give". For the evening service "The Ultimate Test of Christian Giving" will occupy us. Christian Endeavorers are making a noble endeavor. Don't miss them. Our Every Member Canvas will be Sunday, Oct. 27. Next Wednesday night the Canvas te ams will meet at the church for instructions and assignments'. . -; Insert Your Want Ads ii The Lenox Time-Table for Quick Result , Three The Lenox rime-Table LENOX, IOWA VERLIN L. SWEELEY MARY E. SWEELEY Publishers Entered as second class matter. March 2, 1904, at tlie post• of ? c * }? Le nox, Iowa, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. .Subscription price In Iowa, $1-50 per year in advance; outride of state, $2.00 per year in advance. Six month price one- half of foregoing. Single copies o cents. ' THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1935 SW"««*3I Barber- JAMES R, Special men of estate Bedford, I OB , BlanketsEH don't have to wash your blankets yourself. Just send them along with your weekly washing to us, and your blankets will come back clean and fresh and dry, without having lost any of their warmth. Moore's Laundry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey Ermand, Agent Telephone 96 Our new coats., and now on dj| They are,in i and mixed with! plaids. SonieY trimmed with I lapin, sealing and wolf. 4.a Sizes 14 to ifj Prices range f! We also hayejaJ showing of;tl$f things in dri crepe, satfy ations of ^satin. velvet, and wooly so showing.,] dresses in ? :l. and brushed wool] See our new i suits. ; ,': :;* A very large $$j| of sweater til chenille and wool, selling at I $jj .29 to $11 Also have skirtsioj with the blouses, ^m We have on display the latest showing of mi«. some in metallic and some with metallic tnm.J SPECIAL CLEAN UP SALE We are making a clean up sale on all jaquets, with some priced as low as —----- Jacquets are a handy wrap and are worth them at this price. Tuesday, October 22 The Q.V.C. ladies will hold their party at Hotel Lenox this evening. The husbands and friends will be the guests. Wednesday, October 23 The Harmony Reading Circle will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. D. Hetz. The M.P.ci ladies are meet- Ing this afternoon Mary Sweeley. with Mrs. The M.P.o. club is meeting today with Mrs. Chas. Wurster. Mrs. Fred Abernathy is entertaining the Lenox Fortnightly club this afternoon. The Eastern Star benefit bridge party announced for this eyening has been postponed indefinitely. Dick Dunbar The Insurance Man Insurance Coverage of All Kinds Town and farm property Automobile Fire, Lightning and Tornado Accident and Health I have them all—quality and price. Consult me as you would your attorney v I COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE 'ITH the addition of an X-ray to my equipment I am now prepared to give really complete health service to my patients. Heretofore it has been possible to tell with only reasonable exactness the direction of a sublux- — , woviti ation in the back bone, but with the X-ray » possible not only to learn this exactly w^ show the patient exactly what is cai 18 " 1 * trouble. He can see the picture and J for himself how, with one or more oi ments of his back bone out of place, tne passing between these small bones arfrPjJ The X*ray does not displace the^eu™ meter which remains an important item ing the cause of: trouble jn the human 'Consultation Free Dr EfH. Peimebaktf

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