Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 17, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1935
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SDA^OCTOBEE 1935 _THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA CAJI VAN HOUTEN LAWYER ,, the r Hines and sons, ?H Harvey, of West Lita*T came last week and for a few weeks at the ff ° Hines parent, elv broke his right leg when his car slipped Ek and fell on his leg. y Sweeley and Ver- ev spent Sunday at 'Iowa, at the home of | Mrs. Frank Summers. ,„. j. Perham of Ma- came Saturday morn- Ivisited until Sunday ev- Ith her husband, who is a at the Time Table of- r and Mrs. Perham ex- Fmove to Lenox within > future. Aid Mrs. George Dicker- park Rapids, Minn., are irelatives here for a few Mrs. Dickerson was for- iorothy Chandler of Len- fmd Mrs. Geo. Paymal ne d at Sunday dinner, j Mrs. Hubert Pressnall Sdren of Atlantic, Mr. fs. John Reynolds and children, Hopkins, Mo., Will Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stevens of Lenox, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duncan of Lorimer. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heaps and daughter Virginia visited Sunday evening at the Roy Madden home near Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barton and little daughter of Mt. Ayr spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Eberle and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hudson. Miss Janice Dougan, who is attending the State Normal school at Maryville, Mo., visited over the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Dougan. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bryant of Red Oak were dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bryant. The Catholic ladies served a fine dinner Saturday evening, and there was a good attendance . Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Sellers and Mrs. Bertha Toland and daughter Maurine and C. S Sellers were in Marceline, Mo. Sunday to see Mrs. Toland's mother, who is seriously ill. They returned home Monday morning. Francis Folcey was a business visitor in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lund, Julia Sawbel and Art Lund, all of Shenandoah, were callers here Saturday at the C. C. Mills home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Cless of Des Moines were dinner guests with Mrs. Phil Ridgeway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker spent Sunday in Greenfield, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bricker. dale, N. Dak., came Sunday and is visiting at the home of her brother, Roy Heaps. Mrs. John Gunderman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Orr spent Monday in Council Bluffs. Mrs. Gunderman and Mrs. Orr were taking medical treatment there. Mrs. Lowell Harding and kisses Thelma and Maurine Toland were in Creston Tuesday afternoon to see Will Rogers in "Steamboat 'Round the Bend". Mrs. Donald Tyler, Mrs. Paul Davis, Mrs. Nellie Bryant, Mrs. J. J. Walter, Mrs. Phil Ridgeway and Mrs. Anna Wainwright attended the seventh district Iowa Federation of Women's Hubs meeting in Bedford last (cial Sunday ekenDinner J«c enox Cafe . Grey, Prop Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell and' baby of Omaha came the first of the week to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills and Frank Davis of Gravity spent Sunday and Monday in Omaha. Mrs. J. A. Cless and Miss Miss Winifred Roberts of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Turner. Mr. and Mrs. E. Lockhart, Gilbert and Eva, of Hancock, visited Sunday at the Tom Lockhart home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heaps and Mrs. Vern Townsend spent Monday in Council Bluffs where Mr. Heaps went for medical treatment. Mrs. Dora Hunter left Monday for Los Angeels, where she plans to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Nesbitt and granddaughter, Mrs. Melvin Benson. She was accompanied as far as Salt Lake City, Utah, by her grandson, Paul Wurster. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kinser and Mrs. Ben Wurster accompanied them to Omaha. At the District Convention of the Churches of Christ, which was held recently in Winterset, Rev. I. G. Randels of Lenox, pastor of the local church, was elected president for the coming year. Mrs. Roy Harne of Creston is helping to care for her sister, Mrs. Clarence Haynes. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Adams of Omaha, a 7 1-2 pound daughter, Oct. 10. Mrs. Adams was formerly Mildred Davis and is a niece of Mrs. C. C. Mills. NOTICE As I have, broken my leg I shall be unable to see my customers as usual this fall. Therefore, I am offering my onions and sweet •-potatoes at 90c per bu. at my home. E. E. Sealy. ' ;•"• 3-2 I. 0. 0. F. Public Dance at VILLA RIO Friday, Ocober 18 Muslo by Bedford Night Owls JED £ WHITE E OWNED BEANS, . 5 pounds 1— \NDARDTOMATOES, No. 2 cans, 3 cans — .UE & WHITE PINK SALMON, tall cans, 3 for ID & WHITE TOMATO SOUP, 3 cans ID & WHITE TOMATO JUICE, %-12 l /2 oz. cans CE JUICY STEAK,. Ib from home killed beef >% PURE LARD, 2 Ibs —0. L. DAVIS <enox Exchange IRNITURE—3 PIECE PARLOR SUITE ET TABLES BEDS DRESSERS CHAIRS, ETC. SN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS ,SHOES, used LADIES DRESSES, new iTlONS—Thread, Pins, Tape, Snaps, Shoe Strings, etc.—3 for lOc jras^ %£40 RUG, good CAMERAS EXTRACTS, ETC. tPLE CASES SPONGE RUBBER HAND PROJECTOR & SCREEN IE LOT GOOP CARPENTER TOOLS 3, BUY, SELL^ EXCHANGE, REPAIR Mr. and Mrs. Gail Richard and daughter Virginia Lee spent Sunday with his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Richard and with his grandmother, Mrs. W. A. Patton, before she returned to her home in California. The M.F.O. Club and their husbands enjoyed a weiner roast in the Campbell grove Monday evening. Charley Steincamp of Omaha visited over Monday night with friends in Lenox. Miss Vera Kilby and her school enjoyed a weiner roast Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and family of ' Waukee, Iowa spent Saturday with Mrs. Mary Scott. Clyde Cassilljias been ill for several days. Claude Dixon made a business trip to Des Moines, Tuesday. Mrs. A. L. Higbee of Des Moines is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Holben. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bassett are moving today to their own property on West Temple street. Mrs B. H. Clayton is moving this week to the Feeney property they recently purchased. Mr and Mrs. Prank Layne ,ad as their guests for several ays, Mrs. Layne's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wood and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood, all f Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Cameron pent Monday and Tuesday in Maryvllle, Mo. Mrs B. E. Poindexter and daughter Kathleen were Creson visitors Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wood had as their Sunday guests, Mrs. Wood's father, J. J. Le Pley of Blockton, also his brothers, Lee •j& Pley and family of Clear- ield and Roy Le Pley and fam- ly of Blockton. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walter •eturned the first of the week from Stillwater, Okla., where : hey had been called by the death of Mrs. Walter's brother. Mrs T. F. Maloney and daughter, Mrs. P. C. Heafry of bmaha spent the weekend at Thome of Mrs. M. F. McEniry. Miss Fay Jean Rood of Omaha Nebr. was a house guest Saturday evening and Sunday with Miss Leatha Riley and Miss Velda Wray. MLss Rood is attending beauty school in Omaha. Glenn McEniry, who is attending Creighton University at Omaha, spent the weekend at the home of his grandmother, M. J. McEniry. Among those who helped Mrs. George Cheese celebrate her birthday last Sunday with a big dinner, were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Davidson and children, Martha Jean and Dick of Clarinda, Dr. and Mrs. Mark Sluss and daughter, Mary Ann, Mrs. Mary Leckliter, Mr. and Mrs| Glenn Leckliter, and Mr. George Cheese. miiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiimimimiiiiiiiiii Rural Schools iiiiiiimiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiHimmiiiiiiii PLATTE NO. 1 Mildred Wilson, teacher We have had a perfect attendance at our school since September 2. Six weeks tests are over and we are all very glad. Velda Chandler and Doris Haynes received 100 percent in spelling and Dorothy Saunders 100 percent in hygiene. Those having an average of 90 percent or over for the six weeks are: Velda Chandler, Marjorie Haas, Darlene Wurster, Dorothy Saunders and Doris Haynes. The P.T.A. are going to have a weiner roast Friday evening. The teachers of the township met at our school October 7. Darlene" Wurster When just a girl she became a member of the United Presbyterian church, being a member of the Platte Valley church, then moving her membership to the Clearfield United Presbyterian church, where she has remained a faithful member. For many years she has not been able to be at the church services but was always interested in the welfare of the church and community. She was a loving mother, sister and grandmother, and a friend to whom she came in contact. Mrs. Swope was a charter member of the WiJdress Camp, No. 1023 of the Royal Neighbors of America. Funeral services were held at the United Presbyterian church Sunday at 3 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. H. B. Hutchman and assisted by Rev. P. O. Nystrend pastor of the Christian church. Interment in the Clearfield cemetery. Singers were: Guy Henderson, J. R. Crew, Mrs. J. N. Stephenson, Mrs. J. R. Crew, Mrs. J. D. Barrens, Mrs. Mytra Young, J. R. Henderson and Donald Green. Pallbearers were: Tom Henderson, Claude Brown, Gene Baxter, Ralph Green, Frank Green and C. J. Swan. Those attending the funeral of Mrs. Swope Sunday from a distance, were: Mrs. Merrill Walters and Mrs. Vergil Stamper of Creston; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sheuden, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shelden and Ferman Steward of Mt. Ayr; Mr. and Mrs. Guy German and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spicer of Benton; Mrs. Maude Hogue of Diagonal; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frank Lindner of Emerson. GROVE CENTER Verle Maye Branan, teacher Those who have had perfect attendance for the first six weeks are: Paul Roberts, Lavon Hayes, Morton Hayes, Patty Jean Hayes and Cecil Roberts. Morton Hayes won the spelling contest for the first six weeks with an average of 100 percent. Miss Branan rewarded her with a pearl necklace and bracelet for winning. Miss Doris Millikin visited school Tuesday afternoon. We like to have visitors and would like to have you all come to see us. , The Art and Handwork class are working on Hallowe'en decorations for the school room. Those whose average for the first six weeks was 85 percent or better, were: Paul Roberts, Lavon Hayes, Morton Hayes and Cecil Roberts. We are all going to see if we can't boost the average of 90 percent next six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Ayltt of Omaha, Nebr. spent Sunday at the hojne of his sister, Mrs. Will Allen. Dennis Mullin of Omaha, Nebr. spent Saturday with his nephew, Pete Mullin and family. F. P. Steward and son Edgar went to Council Bluffs Saturday to meet their aunt, Mrs. Jesie Montville of Pipestone, Minn., who was called here by the death of her sister, Mrs. Mary Swope. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry House were called to Watterson, Iowa last Sunday to see Mrs. House's father, Robert Jeanes, at the J. F. Jeanes home. On Thursday, Oct. 10, a company of twelve ladies left by the CUllings and Bye automobiles for a trip to Tabor, Iowa. The W.R.C. 7th District Convention was held there that day. Mrs. Bert Huffman, Mrs. Joe Stevenson, Mrs. Frank Bye, Mrs. Will Hofmeister, Mrs. A. J. Aberr, Mrs. F. C. Nickel, Mrs. Simon Jarvis, Mrs. Ida Sage, -Miss Mildred Sage, Mrs. Lee Yau and Miss Catherine Cullings. Dinners were served by the three churches of Tabor to the group of 175 ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Little of Creston will soon go to Iowa City to bring home their baby daughter, Dixie Lee, who is now nearly five weeks old. She has gained in strength and now weighs five pounds. Mrs. John Busby and daugh- Thursday noon for Casper, Wy- ter Christine Louise starter oming, where Mr. Busby has a position in a produce house. The Royal Neighbors held their regular meeting last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cregeen and family have moved into the former Jas. Parkins home. Mrs. Jesse Clayton and Mrs. Ethel Porter of Clearfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Williams of Leon went to Savannah, Mo. Saturday, where Mrs. Clayton entered the sanitarium for au examination. Ttyey all returned to Leon Saturday, where they will remain for a few days. Howard Taylor underwent an operation on his hand at the Coakley Clinic in Creston last Thursday. He had the little finger on his right hand taken off. Latest reports are that he Is doing as well as can be expected . MLss Jesse Tall and Mrs. Veda Woods of Diagonal called at the Methodist parsonage and at the home of Mrs. Sina Smith Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Henry Rong went to Centerville, Iowa, Friday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Isaac Par- CG! Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens and family of Delphos, Iowa, spent Sunday at the~ home of his sister, Mrs. Gerald Harvey and family. Clearfleld won from College Springs here Friday afternoon, 31 to 6. Routh, Orioles fullback, ran the opening kickoff back 102 yards for a touchdown for the feature play of the game. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Christian church held their regular meeting at the church, Thursday afternoon, Oct. 9. After a short program, the new officers for the coming year were installed as follows: president, Mrs. Elve Hepperly, vice president, Mrs. Neva Smith, second vice president, Mrs. Dean Ruby, assistant secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Murial Baxter. Refreshments * consisting of salad, wafers and coffee were served by the committee. Woodson L. Swope, Mrs. Josie Montville, Mrs. Elma Bye and Mrs. Frank Steward were Lenox visitors Monday. Estate IS OFTEN BOUGHT, SOLD, RENTED OR SWAPPED THROUGH TIME TABLE WANT ADS1 TRY IT! 'ttttttttintnttf COMPLETE! BAKERY SERVICE We have now swung into a regular routine on our baking. -It has taken some time to get everything we wanted but now we can give complete bakery service. Specials of some kind every week. Get in the habit of making the bakery a stopping place when shopping. Bread Buns Kolls i, i Cakes J ' *• " ' Pies Doughnuts We keep making a variety, so you will not get tired oi the same olo things every day. LENOX BAKERY J. A. PORTER M ADDEN'S GROCERY DEPARTMENT Offers Real Bargains HILEX, qt. jar 91 C bleacher and cleaner ****. BOB-O 3 cans 9^ (a 45c value -, I** 3 ** AMMONIA—BOPEEP 9^f» Qt. bottle ^ uv RAISINS, 2 Ibs. Seedless PRUNES, 5 Ibs. California sweet SALAD DRESSING, qt. jar G.W.C. best quality ,. PANCAKE FLOUR, 6 Ib. sack OAT MEAL, 5 Ib. bag Quick or regular --'TALL CORN COFFEE—at a very low price for a splendid quality Santos, 1 5C one week, at per pound —-• Mr and Mrs. Randall Haynes and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pearson. Mrs. Vern Townsend of Ellen- Clearfield Events Obituary— Mary Annus Swope Mary Annus, daughter of Lev! and Margaret Ann Parkins, was born in Blunt county, Tennesee. February 9, 1861, and died at her home in Clearfield, low.a, October 11, 1935, at the age of 74 years, 8 months and 2 days. When three years of age she came with her parents to Indiana, and at the age of eight years they came to Washington, county, Iowa, then in 1881 they moved to Ringgold county and lived there until 1885, when they moved to Clearfleld, where she has since resided. On December 17, 1885 she was married to Henry T. Swope. Mi- Swope died April 22. 1935, preceding his wife by about six months . Five children were born to them, three sons, Granville, Orville and David all dying in infancy. One son, Woodson L. Swope, and one daughter, survive; also the son-in-law, F. P. Steward; two grandchildren, Roger T. and Melba Steward; two brothers, D. L. Parkins of Diagonal, Iowa; W. R. Parkins of Kerman, Calif.; two sister, Mrs. Emma Ferguson of Ft. Morgan, Colo.; and Mrs. Josie MontviUe of Pipestone, Mont.; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. AK-SAR-BEN RQDED HORSE NEW! SENSATIONAL! FIRST MIDWEST INDOttB POUH TOURNAMENT W£CK START/NO SUMOM27"' • : ' - jt ,"*''!;.. v COME EARLY-CQME OFTEN AK-SAR-BEN FIELD , OMAHA ADMISSION 50* • AUTOS FB6E Administrator's Sale of the Personal Property of the ... J. C. F. REED ESTATE This auction sale will be made at the Reed Farm, one mile west and 2>/ 2 north of Clearfleld; 3>/ 2 m. E. and 3 miles south of Lenox; 1 mile west of State Highway 25 —commencing at 1:00 o'clock, SHARP—on Tues., Oct. 22 27 Head ot Livestock 4 HORSES—1 black 8 year old gelding, wt. 1600; 1 black horse smooth mouth, wt. 1600; 1 roan horse, smooth mouthed, wt. 1500; 1 grey mave, smooth mouthed, 1250 Ibs. ^ „_____«—_ 14 CATTLE—8 milk cows from 2 to 8 years old; 3 yearling heifers; 3 yearling steers. __^— 9 HOGS—Orje large hog and 8 shoats weighing about 80 pounds each. ' FEED—20 tons of threshed hay; 20 tons of straw. MACHINERY—One 10 foot disc, one 8 ft. disc, one 18- ft harrow, one grain binder, end gate seeder, one 14-in. gang plow, one sulky plow, one 5-ft. cut mower, one 6- ft. mowing machine, hay rake, 2 hay racks, one high wheeled wagon, 2 low wagons, one corn binder, one grain drill,, corn planter, four seta of harness. HOUSEHOLD—One piano. Six dining room chairs. fj t TERMS, CASH. No property is to tied for. C,B. W. A. McKINSTBY, Auct. removed until set- ADMINISTEATOR •m

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