Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 31, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa · Page 5

Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, October 31, 1935
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1935 THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA CAI ' V ^W*EB of teaching at Greenfield, spent Sharpsburg: Sharpsburg School Notes All members of the Sharpsburg faculty will attend the State Teachers Convention at Des Moines, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1 and 2. They plan UUMfVSJL **J.*O v*v wi^vv«^*w»M) fjfj^jf.iv MWfJ J ,*.! IS T • JL C^lIU ^ , I. llC V U the weekend with her parents, to drive up Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker. Supt. Mrs. Ralph A. Rut_ ledge, Mr. and Mrs. Okla C. Miss Gladys Anderson of Om- P a ™ g , ren , and G1 f. dvs H °wes at- aha spent the weekend at the fag tacS^fn ^arry art* Mrs. , ^tel are sisters. Mrs Glen Leckliter spent Sun- acn Bed home of her parents, Mr. and Wednesday evening of last rs. L. B. Anderson. U A dinner was served at the Ho- ,tel Garland at 6:30, after which Mrs. Bessie Still Weidner of the time was spent in study and Wyoming has been visiting for discussion. These meetings will the past week at the Sam Haer- be verv worthwhile to our teachers and help them to know the teachers from our neighbor«T 4.17 * >. J in S towns better. The next Mrs. Lew Watkins of east of Luting will be held in New Lenox spent Tuesday evening Market Nov. 20. k ave ^ a( j Two preliminary contests will be held, grouping Lenox, Clarfield, Blockton and Sharpsburg for one contest and New Market, Gravity, Conway and Bedford for the other contest. These preliminary contests to be held ;he last week in January, are followed by a final contest later in the year. A service man from the Hillyard Chemical Co., with the help of Mr. Selders, our janitor, sanded and refinished the floor in the office to show us a sample of their work and reflnish- ing products. What an improvement it would make if all the floors could be refinished. Grade pupils who made perfect scores in spelling last week were: Grade 2—Dorothy ders. Mae Sel- yvith two scheduled games. Both Irst and second squads meet wMarket on Tuesday even- ng, Nov. 5, and Diagonal on riday evening, Nov. 8. Start at the first of the season aivi 'ollow your team. The American National Red iross is sponsoring an Annual Home Inspection Campaign during the week of October 28 to November 2. A copy of dir- ng after his hardware store. Miss Kathryn Young, who is Mending college at Lincoln, pent the weekend here with er parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Young. Mr. Howes and G. W. Cam- to each represented in our These directions should ections was sent out family school. from other towns in connection i'jhehadbeen visiw.ua «~ i MrSi j. j. Walter and Mrs. (with second hand instruments ', Henry Bberlc, who nas Roland waiter were Creston for our orchestra. We appre- L tho Lutheran hospital ... Tuesday. ciate these calls very much. We fin the Lutherar ,ast week. E. Mrs. O. [family spent ITcenter at the bicker's brother, Ipave Bricker. , Bricker. S I visitors Tuesday. I ciate these calls very much. We are still in need of a second- The High Try of the Church hand clarinet. Anyone having Thursday ev- K e £ le ^£ U n J ^^IfA „ e of r \., iTj—xv. "meeting 01 an students inter- and was ner blrthday they P resented ested in declamatory at 1:00 o'- lv^ ™uvi Q crift. clock Friday afternoon. A group of sixteen pupils seemed eager her witn a gi{t- and Mrs. . . Poindexter Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carter to take part in the work this dinner guests Sun . year. The county declamatory con- Mr. and Mrs. June Brokaw, il Wm. Miller and family and Er- ~ nest Hufnagel spent Sunday in] Vincent Original Rexall lc SALE Weds., Thurs., Fri., Sat. THIS WEEK TYLER'S REXALL PHARMACY] m aBU l»u»J« --• — . i nau ats IMI^IJ. «*AIJLI^A gu^u^j *-n\i I Willy spent Sunday in day M r. and Mrs. J. B. Wood, tlowa, with Mrs. Poin- parents, Mr. and Mrs. iCox. I a nd Mrs7Ha~rry Estel were t business visitors in Lin- fand Omaha. , Here it is THE BIG lc SALE ts of new merchandise ffl dy, Drugs, Stationery, ber Goods, Cotton, Toilet superintendent and Mrs. K. Goods and Soaps. ^ n Parker j n company with a j,,THURS., FBI., and SAl- number of the otner teachers of This Week L he ^^ school) were in Bed . I ford last Wednesday evening •A Oshel and Miss Margar- llohnston of Diagonal spent lay with his parents, Mr. iMrs. J. H. Oshel. ;, Alice Orr left last week n Francisco, Calif., to ' the -winter with her ters. k and Mrs. K. U. Parker fcjlmmie will go to Des Moin- day to attend the State Jers convention. Mr. Par- fithe delegate from South j Iowa, .„ Will Sickle and Mrs. Is Watkins spent Tuesday in test will follow a different plan has Grade 3—Phyllis Grimm, Helen Louise Harmon, Marilyn Pennebaker. Grade 4—Mary Louise Gundy, Hazel Loraine Edwards, Ruby Fuckess and Norma Jean Grazier. Grade 7—Bernice Blair, Vivian Bull. Grade 8 — Margaret Brown, Alice Fickess, Paul Fickess, Walter McMahill, Mildred Pennebaker, Maynard Stogdill. The date for the Junior play has been set for Wednesday night, Nov. 13. A list of the cast will appear next week. Coach Dahlgren opens basketball season next week be carefully carried out, the certificate filled out and returned to the school. We hope thai we may have your cooperation in helping to prevent accidents in our homes. Coach Dahlgren took his two basketball squads to Gravity Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'- lock for a practice game on tto Gravity court. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reei moved onto the R. E. Gordon 'arm two miles north of town ast week, and will work for Mr Gordon. A reception was given in th basement of the Methodist church last Tuesday evening for the new pastor, Rev. Walk and family. A four-night revival meeting and song service was held at the Presbyterian church here last week. Paul Chitty was a business ber, Leonard Knott, Stanley Perfect attendance, grades: I Grade 8, Maxine Caven, Alice Fickess, Dora Marie Grimm, Mildred Pennebaker, Maynard we're" in Bedford Saturday I Stogdill; grade 7, Bernice Blair, and Monday doing repair work Mary Ann HambUn, Ellen Gillett, n the residence Mr. )urchased recently. Mrs. Lydia Filbert spent Friday at the John Filbert home iast of town. E. Hegwood built a shed-barn on the lot north of the blacksmith shop last week. A little excitement was caus- sd at the Methodist church Friday evening when the p'.pe Howes Knott; grade 6, Dean Junior Selders; grade 4, Buoy Helen Louise Harmon, Helen Huber, Merilyn Pennebaker, Dorothy Reed; grade 2, Dorothy Mae Selders; grade 1, Ethan Farnham, Waunita Huber, Dean McMahill Pupils making above 90 percent i nail suJjects are: grade 11, Lowell Baker, Ethelmerle leading from the furnace to the p ennc baker, Howard Rutledge. chimney fell down. A fire Grade 10, Leona Blood, lone alarm was turned in. No dam- poster, Freda Oxley; grade 8, age was done by fire but the Alice pickess; grade 4, Mary 1 isement was badly smoked. Lou ise Cundy, Ruby Fickess; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phalen were grade 1, Waunita Huber, Eddie in charge of the Arams home Deab McMahill. during their absence, visiting . - — friends in Nebraska, last week. Mrs. Arthur Roderick of Mrs. Clyde McArthur and son Provincetown Mass i., to a twm Mrs. Smith, returned home last girl and a Friday. ___ „• u land Md was given a suspend- Pcrlect attendance, High land, ™°^ * d wa rning School: Grade 12, Kathryn Hog- ed sentence reg when Lewelten, Carol ainst nars g . visitor at Casey last week, look- wood. Billy Shum; grade 11, Ethehnerle Pennebaker, Eugene Miller, Howard Rutledge; grade 10, lone Foster. Leona Sturm, Rich Sn to a bed ^ the Ads tne Aaa attending a study group meeting. K. U. Parker is chairman of this County Study Group organization of town schools. Dinner was served at Hotel Garland and was followed by a business meeting. Miss Estella Cameron of Omaha, formerly a Lenox girl, was the guest of Miss Frances Nagel and other friends, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. is, Dora Dufrlee of Atkin- iE, arrived here this morn- t for a visit at the home oi (t cousin, Mrs. J. P. Eeckner. i Verlee Gordon spent the tend with her cousin, Miss Wta Boyer, s Martha Wiand has been ing for Mrs. Rob. Coulter in sing, for several weeks. Harry Walter Is taking a several weeks rest and diet cure for ulcers of the stomach. He has been in bed for over a week ] now. Misses Ruth Kilby, Susie Taylor Loleta Boltinghouse, Mr.] and Mrs. L. V. Hale and Lyle, Hale, all employees of the local Telephone Exchange, attended] the district telephone school held Wednesday at Clarinda by the Iowa independent Tele-1 phone Association. No one diesluddenly I Invest!- | ration Reveal How We Die a' Seat a Time. Read ttu.sur- llteEloise Bricker who is I. 0. 0. F. lallowe'en Dance [THURSDAY, OCT. 31 Villa Rio, Lenox NEW MUSIC Examiner. Listen to the radio Magic Hour 1 announcements on the REXALL lc SALE Weds., Thurs., Fri., Sat-, This Week TYLER'S REXALL PHARMACY born recently. nr F E. Townsend, author _ Dr / _'..»i, ^smissed old age « SS ,0 N 15 c * 350 1 Dr. /mu - SSSSfj-S [Free Lunch with each paid pension plan, was one oi ^ ! admission persons in an airpian the three was *»«• MADDEN'S r^Hk* afc^fc^ f-^ ~*^~ — GROCERY DEPARTMENT OATMEAL, Slb.bag Quick or regular -. --— PANCAKE FLOUR, 3 lb. bag , rt Tall Corn [ POWDERED SUGAR, 3 lb. _. Sea Island is Best --/• — BROWN SUGAR, Sea Island, 4 Ibs. , tr fine flavor, not strong K.C. POWDER, „ 25c size FURNITURE POLISH, ' E. Z., 32 o,z. bottle TOILET TISSUE, K 1000 sheets COFFEE, Tall Corn, last call Saturday at this price 25c 17c 25c 25c 18c 15c 5c 15c ANNOUNCEM W ^^^ • are now selling, at Ihe station and oil Ihe lank truck CONOCO GA and CONOCO Germ Processed OIL GOODYEAR TIRES will now be found only at the Beck on any other make. PHONE 74 mi. T '. "/

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