Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 31, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, October 31, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE. LENOX. IOWA THURSDAY, Moore-Hill Wedding A very pretty and impressive wedding took place at St. Patrick's church at seven o'clock Saturday morning with the Rev. P. J. McStay reading the nuptial high mass, together with the single ring ceremony, when Miss Elva M. Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill of Lenox, became the bride of Orlo J. Moore, son of Mrs. Mary Moore of Corning. As the bridal party Schafroth, Lucille and Minnie, Mae. Mrs. Rose Miller, Mrs. Otto Hanson, Mary and Cleo, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgins and Marjorie, Bernadean Undling, Elvin and Leona Riley. Stanley Tepley. Joyann Schafroth, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller, Mrs. Kate Miller, Lyle, Wilma and Alberta. G. C. W. Club Met With Anna Casey The G. C. W. club met Thursday afternoon with Anna Casey. Eighteen members were .„ .— ------ . - .j a. the church, the Lohengrin wed- | pre5en t, an d visitors were Thir- ding march was being played by Mrs. Grace Reimer. The bride was al gowned in a floor-length American Beauty taffeta dress, With accessories to match. The bride was attended by her aunt, Miss Alice Madden, who was becomingly attired in grey silk crepe with black accessories. The groom was attended by his brother, Johnny Moore of Corning. Mrs. Moore is a graduate of the Lenox High school with the class of 1930 and has been successful in any work undertaken. Mr. Moore is a prosperous young farmer of this community. After the ceremony the party retired to the home of the bride's parents, where a three- course breakfast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are highly esteemed young people of Adams county and their friends wish them success and happiness in their journey through life. |za Hucke, Wilma Miller, Marie | Casey, Mrs. Klinzman and Ber- attractively; tha Walter. During the afternoon sewing was done for the lostess and at the clase of the • b an ds and day she served refreshments. Mable Boltinghouse. Refreshments were hot dogs, coffee and cake. Missionary Society Birthday Party The Aulora Mclntyre Missionary society birthday party was held at the home of Mrs. Frank Maharry last Saturday afternoon with Miss Mae Orr, Mrs. Mary Moyle and Mrs. Dave Wright as assisting hostesses. About thirty were present and enjoyed the study from the Mission study book. Some contests were enjoyed. Lunch was served in keeping with the Hal- lowe'en season. G. V. C. Entertain For Husbands Wells, Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Huff, Mr. and Mrs O. P. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holben, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Key, Clifford Walter and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Richard. Mrs. O. L. Copeland and Dr. K. R. Huff each received the high score prize. Mrs. K. R. Huff and W. E. Richard each received the consolation prize. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Walter. Dorcas Society Met Tuesday Afternoon The Dorcas society of the The G. V. C. ladies entertained with a dinner and bridge party at Hotel Lenox, Monday evening of last week. The hus- The club weiner roast, on be which the guests. Presbyterian church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss Emily Nelson, with Miss Edith Barrans as assisting hostesses. Devotions were led by Mrs Ben Wurster. • Guests were Mrs John Barrans, Mrs. Walter Weichert, Mrs. A. L. Barker, Mrs. W. L. Terry and Miss Rose Beck. Refreshments were served. Westminster Group Held Hallowe'en Party The Westminster Fellowship group the Ernest Markman home Friday evening, Nov. 1. The club will meet with Mrs. Lela Wood, Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7. Keim-Sherman Wedding A very pretty wedding took place Saturday evening, Oct. 26, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wray Walter of the Salem neighborhood when promptly at 6 o'clock, Miss Cora Sherman and Mr. Emerson Keim took their places in the parlor and took the marriage vows. The Rev. Colyn said the words that joined these two lives into one, using the single ring ceremony. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wray Walter, Mrs. Chas. Colyn and daughter Olive. Immediately following the ceremony the party sat down at the dining table, where a three- course dinner was served by Mrs. Walter. The table was beautifully decorated with roses and a large angel food cake. Mr. Keim, whose home is at Leon, Iowa, is serving his second year as teacher at Mercer No. 6. He is a graduate of Iowa State College and has taken up teaching with the idea of working his way up in this profes- a few friends were At the close of the j bridge play Frank Maharry received the high score prize, Don Tyler received the second high. Meeting of Priscilla Circle The Priscilla Circle met at the M. E. church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. K. U. Parker, Mrs. Russell Key and Mrs. L. N. Walter as hostesses. About thirty were present and responded to roll call with something on "Forestry". The program consisted of contests. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Meeting of H. S. Club Miss Mabel Ferguson was hostess to the H. S. club and a few guests Thursday evening at Hotel Lenox. Ten members answered roll call with a "Favorite Magazine". Mrs. Mark Sluss read an article on "Old Magazines". Invited guests of the hostess were Mrs. Glen Leckliter, Miss Vera Kilby and Mrs. Dwight Wilcox. Bridge was played at three tables with Mrs. Orval Walters sion. Mrs. Keim, a native of Casey, Iowa, is a stranger in this community, but she is an /veswmiwMu ** —*, attractive young lady and has of the Presbyterian many pleasant acquaintances in IJTOLILJ \j± I/A±w * *.«— — ,/ v * church held a Hallowe'en party ' the neighborhood. Friday evening at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. Keim are .at Miss Rose Beck. There were^20 home at the Wray Walter resi- they have taken present and the evening was spent in playing games and with stunts. At a late hour refreshments were served. The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Herman Beck, Nov. 22. Rose Anne Boylen Honored on Birthday *A surprise party was held at the Grove No. 3 school house Tuesday afternoon, October 15, dence, where rooms. Entertained at Hallowe'en Party Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Black entertained the following guests last Tuesday evening at a Hal- lowe'en party: Mr. and Mrs. Granville Bennett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoover and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday afternoon, October 15, Walter B eadle and family, Mr. to celebrate the birthday of the and M] . s Kenne th Hoover, Ray teacher, Rose Anne Boylen. The Bruington an d Lenore Dunbar. ladies of the district served pop- The guests were me t by two corn and candy. Those present, hosts and escorted to a winwere: Mrs. Lonnie Hunter and • dQW where the y entered the Bernice, Mrs. JoeJUe £ llng '^ I . rsa - kitchen and then upstairs where the tunnel of horrors was gone through, after a hilarious round of games and contests supper Everyone reported Melville' Olive and Mrs. Olive, Mrs John Donaldson, Mrs. Harley Gravitt, Mrs. Fritz Liner and daughter Ethel, Mrs. Sam Moore, Mary Maloney, Miss Mynne Mae Schafroth, Mrs. L. P. Boylen. Tuesday evening, October 15, the young people of the Grove No. 3 neighborhood met at the home of Bernice Hunter to celebrate the birthday of Rose Anne Boylen. After the buffet supper, which was served at 7 o'clock, the evening was spent in playing cards. Those present were: Misses Berna Dean, Irma Jean, and Marie Uehling, Mrs. Owen Schafroth, Misses Mynne Mae and Lucille Schafroth, Miss Ethel Barker and Sam Barker, Harold Donaldson, Don Simmons, Dick Autrey, Irene McKay, Misses Eva and Pearl Hill, Melvin Hill, Orlo Moore, Mary Maloney, Shorty Davis, Miss Claudean Swartz, Frances Bred- geman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Boylen. Gathering at Kate Miller Home A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Kate Miller home Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beamsley of San Juan, Tex., who were returning home after attending a funeral at Steamboat, Rock, la. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Spoonmore and Patty, Mr. and Mrs Cleo gtoaks and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller and Cecil Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller, Donald Dean and Dickie Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stark, Ruby and Berniote, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Miller, Mr*, and Mrs. Schafroth and -Martha, Mr. and Mrs. John Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe was served, a fine time. holding high club score. Miss Vera Kiltay received the high score guest prize. Gifts were presented to the other two guests. At a long table decorated in keeping with the Hallowe'en season dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Mark Sluss will be the next hostess, on Nov. 8. Bridge Club Enjoyed Potluck Supper Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Quinn entertained their bridge club Thursday evening with a potluck supper. Bridge was played during the evening with Norma Bush and Leland Hegwood receiving high score. Those present were Carrie Laughlin, Mildred Peacock, Norma Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reynolds, Gene Paymal, Herman Haering and Leland Hegwood. Woman's Relief Corps Meeting The Woman's Relief Corps met for its regular meeting in HS8* Thursday, October 31 Chapter FW, of.the P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet this evening with Mrs. Wm. Bennison. Thursday Girls are meeting at the Hotel this afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Wurster and Mrs. Floyd Boltinghouse as hostesses. Friday, November 1 Annette Newcomer Missionary society of the Church of Christ will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. C. Sanders. Saturday, November 2 Aulora Mclntyre Missionary society are meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. K. R. Huff with Mrs. Albert Glasgow as assisting hostess. Monday, November 4 The Past Matrons club has been postponed and will meet Tuesday, November 12 at the home of Mrs. Maude Wells, with Mrs. J. W. Walter assisting hostess. Note the date of meeting. Tuesday, November 5 G. V. C. Ladies are meeting this evening with Mrs. Frank Maharry as hostess. Wednesday, November 6 M. F. C. ladies are meeting today at the home of Mrs. Fred Holben. A covered dish lunch will be served at the close of the afternoon. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor This coming year (1936) the Disciples of Christ in Iowa observe their Centennial. It's a far cry from the little log cabin church In Lost Creek in the southeast corner of the state to the 360 churches distributed throughout this great state of ours, many of them beautiful edifices of worship, housing their thousands of worshipers. Every local church is to observe it in significant ways. We are to make advances in every sphere of the church's life, worship, education, service, stewardship, evangelization and fellowship. This church will do its part. Lenox Fortnightly club will meet today with Mrs. Robert Potts. M. F. O. club 'is meeting today with Mrs. Roy Nelson. 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. Saturday, Nov. 2 the Aulora Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Huff with; Mrs. Glasgow as the assistant hostess. Anyone having clothing for a mission box, please leave it at the church not later than Friday, Nov. 1. The churches of the land are sprinkled all over with bald- headed old sinners whose hair has been worn off by the friction of countless sermons that have been aimed at them and have glanced off and hit the man in the pew behind.—Henry W. Beecher. SALEM CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Church School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. "It is significant that Juda's prophets helped her to take her national calamity as a punishment from God for her sins. She was bitter and disconsolate for a time, but her prophets established the conviction that it was the hand of God which had smitten them, and that the future depended not upon the will of a foreign king, but upon their own repentance and better obedience to God's laws. Affliction offers a stimulus to build a new life which will conform more nearly to the pattern of God's requirements and avoid the errors of the past." "Righteousness exalteth a nation; but sin is a reproach to any people" Prov. 14:38 visitor in the Morley home. Charlie Hewitt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clipson and Phyllis, were guests Monday evening in the W. H. Leach home. Edwin Butler and family were Sunday visitors in Creston at the Walter Butler home. Ray Hewitt and family visited in the Ira Campbell home Sunday evening. Stringtown Miss Jeanne McGreg6r spent the weekend at the L. C. Reese home in Creston. Mrs. Frank Reid and grandson Wiliston Schronic and his friend, George Stargis, were guests Wednesday night at the Jesse Ambrose home. Mrs. Reid is an aunt of Mr. Ambrose and the visitors were enroute to California. Loren Crow, who is attending college at Indianola, was a week end guest of his parents. Mrs. Vera Pugh spent part of last week at the home of her sister, Pearl, near Corning. Elvin Parsons is quite ill at his home east of Stringtown. The second number of the Stringtown lyceum course was presented on Thursday evening at Stringtown, and an all High school play from Lenox. The cast was well chosen and the play was very much enjoyed by a large crowd. Aid at Mrs H large crowd of present and a was accomplished. Another c U1 p m e nt .• monkeys from India ha? received by the C, ! health department f or producing infantile M , semus. pari Two brothers, ChatlcJ Thomas Vigorito, are jj to be opposing candid^ mayor of Paterson, H November. The Lenox Tirod LENOX. IOWA r/nterea as second class ter. March 2, 1904, at the office in Lenox, Iowa, und act of Congress ol Match 3 Subscription price in . 11.50 per year in advance;! side of state, $2.00 per vel advance. Six month price! half of foregoing, single ( 5 cents. THURSDAY, OCTOBER!]] The Misner Players under personal direction of ERNEST RAYMOND MISNER will present the 3-aet mystery comedy "THE GLORY MARCH" by Ernest Raymond Misner and Ethel T. Wolverton MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4 AT HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM A real opportunity to see high class actors a very low price. Admission—lOc and 15c mminmisitto Legion Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall on Thursday evening, Oct. 24, with 10 members present. Our county vice chairman, Mrs. Jessie Dey Ermand, installed the following officers: President—Rose Lesher. Vice president—Mildred Barteau. Secretary—Maud Reynolds. Treasurer—Ida Crabtree. Chaplain—Susie Henderson. Sergeant-at-arms — Myrtle Haynes. Helen Bivens was appointed as publicity chairman. It was decided to hold a bazaar the 7th of December. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Myrtle Haynes and Hazel Probasco. Surprise Party A surprise party was held in honor of Mrs. Delia Beadle at her home, Monday night, Oct. 28. The guests were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Walt Boltinghouse and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eno, Mr. and Mrs. C^ark Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morley, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reed and son, Mr. and Mrs. Younket and family. Mr. and the Legion hall. A pot luck dinner was served "at the noon hour. Mrs. Minnie Sowash of Oreston, was here to inspect the corps. Other guests present were a number from the Clearfield corps as follows: President Mrs. Lina Huffman, Junior vice president, Mrs. Sina Smith, treasurer Miss Mildred Sage, press correspondent Ida Sage, conductor Laura Jarvis, associate conductress Anna Hofmeister, color bearer Viola Nickle, secretary Elma C. Bye, guard Josie Stevenson, color bearer Sadie Bender and Bessie H. Abarr. Mrs. Wurster Honors Daughters Mrs. Ben Wurster entertained with a dinner party at her home Sunday evening, for her daughters, Margaret and Helen, in honor of their birthdays, which were during this month. The invited guests were the misses Grace Lorimer, Maxine Wurster, Genevieve Beemer, Kathleen Poindexter, Mildred Walker arid the guests of honor, Misses Margaret and Helen Wurster. Mr. and ftjrs. L. N. Walter Entertain at Bridge Monday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. L, N. Walter entertained with five tables of bridge. Owing to the bad roads the party was changed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Key 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. At the morning worship the pastor will preach on "Reaffirming Our Church Vows" The 'evening sermon will be on the subject, "My Interest in Others." Remember that starting with the Sunday evening service we will hold a meeting at the church every night at 7:30 p.m. These are church interest meetings. Our aim is not to secure new professions taut rather to reaffirm that which we have made. You are cordially invited to attend these services. Prairie Star News A. O. Olson of Shenandoah was an overnight guest last Wednesday in the W. H. Leach home. Mrs. Arta Morley was a visitor in Corning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clipson and daughters, Grace, Joyar.n and Phyllis, visited in Silver City Sunday, with relatives and old friends. Joseph Cain visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cain. Charlie Hewitt and family, Mrs. Mabel Wilson and family, were dinner guests Sunday m the Ray Hewitt home. Phyllis Campbell, who is staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Campbell and going to school, visited over the weekend with her parents, Mv. and Mrs. Leland Campbell, south of Lenox. Esther Morley was a weekend Saturday, Nov. Mrs. W. O. Reed and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beadle and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beadle. „.__„__ ^.. , ,... . . Music for dancing was played The guest list included Mr. ane I * »»V OW^F^V "I I 1 W —— w —.--» ---.. -Mrs. O. L. 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