Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 24, 1935 · Page 4
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA THURSDAY. M. E. Thomas Kelly. Pastor Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. Morninc: Worship. 11:00 a.m. Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. "What I Know Was Accomplished by Prohibition." will be the title of an address by the pastor. The facts for the address will be givon from personal experience, of the pastor, whilp connected with the City Missionary Society in Chicago. You are cordially invited to attend these services. Thursday afternoon the Priscilla Circle will meet in the church basement. Host-esses are Mrs. K. IT. Parker and Mrs. L. N. Walter. The Social Union will meet •prith Mrs. Caven on Friday afternoon . Looking Forward November 3: The Sunday School will observe Rally Day. Our goal is to reach our enrollment of 158. Will you do your pan toward meeting the goal? Sunday. November 3, we will start a series of Church Interest meetings. Plan on attending these services which will be held every night at 7:30. How much Interest do you have in your church? The LenojJime-Table LENOX, IOWA VER.LIN L. SWEELEY MARY E. SWEELEY Publishers EOCI IET¥! ! Entered as second class mat- i ter March 2. 1904. at the post! offlce in Lenox. Iowa, under the ! act of Congress of March 3, 1879. j subscription price in lowsv $.1 50 per year in advance; outside of state, S2.00 per year in advance. Six month price one- half of foregoing. Single copies 5 cents. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1935 CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor Sunday should be a day wholly dedicated to the church by our membership. The whole spirit of the church will be lifted if we go over the top and subscribe our budget. We will be released from needless worry to give more time and energy to the whole program of evangelization and cultivation if we raise our modest budget of SI 600. This is an increase of S300 to $400 over last year, but the business upward trend justifies it. Only as each individual carries his share will we be able to exercise our maximum power. Shall we see you Sun. morning? Campfire Bridge Brnofit The Campfire Girls will hold a benefit bridge party at Hotel i Lenox, Wednesday evening, Oct. [SO. sponsored by the Chamber I of Commerce. Tickets will be Isold by the girls. Everyone is I invited to attend. ! | Entertained iBridgre Club I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills entertained a bridge club Wednesday evening, Oct. 16. Four tab- jles were arranged for the play and Mrs. J. B. Wood held high score for the ladies and Harold Ethingtorx for the men. Refreshments were served. Meeting of Chapter j FW. PJE.O. I Chapter FW, P.E.O., met Thursday evening at the home of Miss Anna Turner, with Miss Berta Bennison as hostess. Twenty-two members were pres- jent and responded to roll call •with "Interesting People". Miss i Fanny Wilson read a paper, i "Life of Mrs. Henry Ford". Let- iters from absent members were 'read by the corresponding sec- jretary, Mrs. O. L. Copeland. i The next meeting will be at I the home of Mrs. Wm. Benni- Ison. fi 1 a Not An Experiment STEOPATHY is not an experiment. It is based on proved facts of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, bacteriology, biology, and other fundamental sciences. Osteopathy builds up the body's recuperative forces. It corrects defects in the structural mechanism of the human body which interfere with nature's plan for normal health. It makes use of specific measures for raising .bodily vitality and insuring good, sound, radiant health. Dr. M. J. Sluss OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OFFICE IN HOTEL BLDG. B C C LENOX. IOWA C sasasastisasi W. C. T. TJ. October Meeting The W.C.T.U. held its October meeting at the home of Mrs. William Barrans, Tuesday, Oct. 15. There were two guests, Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. E. Kennedy were present. The annual reports of the secretary and .reasurer were given. v Election of officers resulted in Teturning to office all the old officers. Miss Winifred Haigler led the devotions. Topic for the month was Christian Education and Radio Entertainment". Mrs. Recknor jave an article from the national convention on radio programs and how to help make them more worth while. Mrs. Mclntyre gave an article on "High Lights of the Convention". Discussion of topics was given and the state convention, which is being held in Waterloo this week, occupied the remainder of the time. Circle prayers and the W.C.T.U. benediction closed the meeting. Mrs. Chas. Reed of Sharpsburg is the only delegate from Taylor county at the state convention this year. Birthday Party On Monday evening Oct. 14, the C.W.C.P. club held a birthday party for Mrs. C. A. Dahlberg. Twenty members of the club and one guest were present. Five Hundred, Rook, charades and out of door games were played. Refreshments consisted of fried chicken, sandwiches, potato salad, jelly, pickles and coffee. Administratrix SALE I will sell at my residence, known as the Chas. Thompson farm, located 2 miles east and 2 1-2 miles south of Lenox, 5 miles northwest of Clearfield, Thursday, Oct. 31 Commencing at 1 p.m. 8 Head High Grade Holstein Cows 8 all hand milked, heavy producers, giving milk now and will freshen early. Machinery 1 gang plow, 1 hay rack and wagon, 1 cross cut saw/ 1 set work harness. All the above property is of estate. PERSON AL PROPERTY MULES One good team work mules, 8 years old, wt. 2600, a real team. 14 Head Sheep 14 13 native ewes from 1 year old to full mouth. 1 good buck. Machinery 1 wagon, 1 sulky plow, 1 riding cultivator, 1 seeder and cart, 1 corn planter, 1 disc harrow, 1 harrow, 1 ray loader, half interest in side delivery rake, 1 mower, half interest in grain binder, clover buncher, manure spreader, 1 gas and 1 kerosene drum, 1 slop barrel, 1 iron kettle, 1 12-ft. ladder, 1 hand corn sheller, 4 pitchforks, 1 grapple hay fork, 1 straight hay fork, I cream separator, 1 hog trough, 1 Home Comfort range, just like new and will sell it on special easy terms. Miscellaneous tools used on farm, such as wrenches, saws, sledges, axes, wire stretcher. I will also sell some household goods. Terms-Cash Lunch by Lenox Cafe Mrs. Chas. Thompson Administratrix E. P. PIPER and GEO. BEEMER, Aucts. B. F, WURSTERi Clerk Postponed Tea Held The postponed Tea at the Presbyterian church was held Tuesday instead of Thursday of last week. There was a good attendance and good program, with dainty refreshments served during the social hour. The decorations were autumn leaves and berries and chrysanthemums, making a cheerful color on a dark chilly day. Altar Society Met At Rectory, Thursday The Ladies Altar society met at the Catholic rectory Thursday, with 12 members present. Two guests were Mrs. Matt Simmer of Wahpeton, N. Dak., and Rev. Father McStay, who invited the ladies to meet at the rectory with him. Father McStay gave a very interesting talk which all the ladies enjoyed. Meeting 1 of M. F. C. Ladies The M.F.C. Ladies were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Sweeley. During the business meeting KENTUCKY (Great Heart) I I ECONOMY TF IT is fuel economy you want—try the elevator first. We handle the finest coal obtainable at reasonable prices. MR. MERCHANT: Our coal is sold strictly on the basis of quality. We do not force you to buy from us in exchange for merchandise furnished us during the summer. Which do you consider most valuable to your ibusiness, cash or credit, especially when you know the credit will have to be taken care of with an inferior coal., The merchandise you put out costs you money. If you trade it for poor coal, you are losing on the transaction. Buy good coal and get your money's worth. W f O F. L. DAVIS GRAIN COAL SEEDS ILLINOIS (Franklin County) Prepare Now For Colder Weather Have your car thoroughly washed and greased. Have light grease put in the transmission and differential. Have your radiator filled with antifreeze. (We will flush it for you and see that the hose connections are tight.) Change to a lighter weight oil, GET IT ALL HERE WITH ONLY ONE STOP Prestone is Cheaper this year. We also have the odorless alcohol. For comfort let us install an Arvin heater. Hcgwood Service Station SATURDAY, NOV. 2 ANEW CHEVROLET i The only complete low-priced cai WILL! BE ON DISPLAY AT ALL CHEVROLET DEALERS Mrs. Phil Ridgeway, delegate to the Iowa Federation of Women's lubs, held in Bedford last week gave a very interesting report of the convention. The subject "of the program was "Poetry" and was In charge of Miss Ruth Lown, who read a iollection of original poems under the title of "Weaver of Dreams" . She was assisted by Mrs. T. J. Killion,, who read the three following poems, "Mother", "Memories" and "Rock Me to Sleep". Also Mrs. Clark Barteau read two poems from the "Silk of the Corn", "The Scotchman on a Holiday" and "Riches". The News Outhline was given by Mrs. C.' C. Mills. Poetic Quotations were given in answer to roll call. A few games of rook were j joyed during the social hoir Refreshments were serve' the hostess. The next meeting will pot luck lunch at the homiS Mrs. F. E. Holben, Nov. 6.! Read the Ada FARM LAND SALE AT AUCTION TUES., OCT. 29 Sale commencing at 2 o'clock p.m. By virtue of an order of sale directed to me as referee, from the Cltf of the District Court of Taylor County, Iowa on a judgment obtained in said court on the 24th day of September, 1935, in favor of Mary *' Chenoweth and A. B. Chenoweth, and against W. H. Matsen, et al., I w sell at public auction, on the premises, on the above date, the following described real estate: The south half of the north east quarter of section one (1), Township seventy (70), north, range thirty-two (32), West, in Taylor County, Iowa, TERMS: 20 per cent cash on day.of sale Balance payable upon delivery of deed approved by the Court. sion to be given March 1st, 1936. B. F. Wurster, Referee * : _ A* H. P. JAQUA, Attorney. L. B f ANDESSQN, Auction^

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