Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 7, 1935 · Page 3
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1935
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NOVEMBER 7, 1935 THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA irfield Events and family t Cherokee Thursday to Monk are of a daugh- 1. The little called Phyll^ llene. rrs J R. Crew and p 0. Nystrand victors last Tues- j,.* Thursday and Friday Teachers meeting was and the enforce were in at- 4J a.nely: Supt. L. E. ,d wife, Coach W. R. Mrs Mabel MacRae, Miss i, Miss Helen Wyant, Mita Nixon, Miss Leota a. Miss Irene Rauch, Miss ieB 'eall and Harry Cole. , Grace Card has rented [farm five miles northeast " arfield to Mr. Stephen He will take possession 1st. ' . , lle calkins has purchased Hornier Mllo Witter farm Loth of town. He will take sion March 1st. Clarence the present tenant, will 'near Creston in the 'and Mrs. Paye Van Win- Li sons are again residents •field, living in the for- f'Randolph property, north >UP. church. "naster J. B. Walton and [came home from an ex,. stay at Excelsior Springs ["Tuesday. Marion Palmer in the postoffice during labsence. C, Heaton spent last week s Moines in the state sup- dent's office, marking [Tand Mrs. Hiram Wilkinson Moines visited last Mon- fnith his siter, Mrs. Mary Another sister, Mrs Wilkinson of Indianola [ten visiting here for a few ,and returned Home with i, und Mrs. Sella Mann have home from a nv< i visit in Des Moines and HO, Iowa, with relatives. iWomans Missionary So liof the United Presbyterian i was postponed on ac It of the bad roads Friday. Is, Bertie Pointer of Detroi' , came Friday to visit tie ite, Mrs. Jesse Clayton. I number of new books have a added to the Clearfleld li? in the past few weeks. , Eflie Harshaw, Mr. and .Fred Harshaw, Mr. and iTom Bladon and Herman attended the funeral of .Robert Harshaw in Cres| Friday. Mrs. Robert Hari is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Harshaw and Herman She has been ill for 6 time. fe. and Mrs. Jack Rood of P Moines spent the weekend 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. flood, and Mr. and Mrs. ian Ridley. p. and Mrs. L. H. Flowers i Moines spent the week- nd with her mother, Mrs. iaura Rood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Seibart of Vlinburn, Iowa, came Saturday o visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seibart. The Royal Neighbors held heir regular quilting at the hall Friday. A basket dinner vas served at the noon hour. The latest report from Vint Messier of Diagonal), is somewhat encouraging, as he is able former resident of Clearfield. Mrs. Jennie Jamison Ls quite 11 at her home, and Mrs. George Elaine is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jamison of Red- Sharpsburjr Mr. and Mrs. Lister of Nebraska drove here last Thursday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sanders Earl Shaffer" ana family "and Mrs Lydia Filbert were Bedford business visitors last Wednesday. Earl Smith and family of Lincoln, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. Klrby of Mason City, Iowa, along with a number of other relatives and friends, helped Mr and Mrs. Will Smith celebrate their wedding anniversary Oct. 27. Howard Key is attending col- ding spent Sunday with his i ege at Chillicothe, Mo., having YI or. riot* TVffvc* T/^v^v-iirt Tr« w. J« nu , ... ' ' o mother, Mrs. Jennie Jamison. On account of the bad roads and rain Miss Una Cole failed entered last week. Mrs. Mabel Brown and Mrs. Mertie Barber of Blarchard, arrive for the Thank offering Colo., who have been here the service at the U.P. church, Nov- i past two months visiting their ember 3. Mrs. Harry Grant and I mother, Mrs. Colvin, returned son home last week. Richard Lee of Grand Island, Neb. came to Blockton Saturday ;o visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bush and Harry's Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Boydon were dinner guests of her parents, Sunday. Geo. Gillette and family spent mother, Mrs. Alice Grant O f ; Sunday at the A - Claybaugh ilearfleld. Mrs. Sina Smith was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steward, Sunday On November 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg, east of town, entertained at a dinner party in honor of Mrs. Berg's mother, Mrs. Ida Stamper of Shannon ity, and her uncle, Chas. M. King of Mt. Ayr, it being their birthdays, and also the 41st wedding anniversary of her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. King of Van Nuys, Calif., who have been visiting at the Berg home. The house was beautifully decorated in Hallowe'en colors, the wedding and birthday cakes were baked by Mrs. Dr. Swan, Mrs. John Cunningham of Shannon City, and Mrs. Dewey home at New Market, in honor of Mrs. Gillette's uncle's birthday. There were no church services Sunday because of the heavy rain all day. Mrs. Anna McArthur is now at Creston helping care for her daughter, Hazel Dunbar, who is quite ill. Billy Young spent the weekend here with his parents and friends. Mrs. Darlene Shreck of New Market was here last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gillette. Sharps School Notes The vote on the gymnasium carried strong in the Sharpsburg Independent School District last Wednesday. The vote yes, 33 no. The polls phones, Esther, Hamblin Richard Underwood and Ellen Knott; 3 trombones, Ethelmerle Pennebaker, Mary Ann Hamblin and Russell Hegwood; one clarinet, Leona Sturm; one mel- ophone, Carol Shum; one bass horn, Walter McMahill; two drums, lone Foster and Junior Selders. James E. Carpenter, photographer from Maryville, Missouri, came Tuesday to take pictures of the school. Each room has a separate picture. Each student may see the proofs and leave an order for a picture at 25c a print. You must bring the 25c when you place the order. Friday evening, November 15 the Sharps basketball teams play Conway on their floor. This game always brings out a crowd from Sharps. Remember the date. The following grade pupili made 100 percent in spelling last week: Grade 2, Dorothy Mae Selders Grade 3, Phyllis Grimm, Helen Louise Harmon, Marilyn Pennebaker. Grade 4, Mary Louise Gundy Ruby Fickess, Howard John. Grade 6, Dean Gillett, Helen Grazier, Junior Selders. Grade 7, Bernice Blair, Mary Ann Hamblin. Grade 8, Maxine Caven, Alice Fickess, Dora Marie Grimm Walter McMahill, Mildred Pen nebaker and Maynard Stogdlll The Seniors received their class rings last Monday. Th class is pleased with the ring selected. The primary room enjoyed Hallowe'en party last Wednes day afternoon. Each pupil wa allowed to do something by wa of entertaining the group. Mis Waterman treated the littl folks with candy bars Stamper of Diagonal; they were t 12 00 0>clock and angel food white, trimmed with p Ivan John visited the Primary oom Wednesday afternoon. 3oris and Max McKlnley of henandoah visited in Miss -lowes' room Thursday after- oon. They are visiting with heir aunt, Mrs. Mable Piper. Mrs. Bessie Underwood was own to practice with the high chool pupils who were to help with the music at the Presby- erian church Sunday, but the meeting was postponed because f bad roads. Jiiufitiimtiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiimiuiiitt Our EXCHANGES g Say: iiiimmiiiiiiimiimimiimmimiiiir: ROBABLY DIDN'T GET A LETTER Avoca Journal - Herald — A truck driver coming to town Saturday took it upon himself to knock down about twelve mail boxes on route one Avoca and route four out of Harlan In some cases the driver had to go across the road to hit the mail box. Monday, he wen over the route and repaired the boxes. We are informed the driver and owner of the truck live in Corley. No doubt the U S. inspector will call on him in the near future and ask the reason, why? STAPLE GROCERIES Clarinda Herald-Journal — Myron Johnston, son of Mr. an Mrs. Nell Johnston, gave his teacher and parents a scare las week by announcing that h had swallowed a large staple. His playmate had picked u the staple, and Myron had bor owed it with the promise to ive it back. Myron's chief wor- y was that he wasn't able to eturn it to his pal—but the thers thought of a much dif- erent worry. The doctor's f luoroscope lainly showed the wire in the tomach; so the parents fed the oy different kinds of roughage, ncluding celery. It was in the lower part of the stomach. Aided by his reclining position at night, the next day it passed without damage, despite the jagged, sharp points. Mayor Harry Wooding of Danville, Va., believes he is the oldest official of that rank in the country, having recently celebrated his 91st birthday. After All Else Fails CHIROPRACTORS are used to hearing the ^ statement, "I have tried everything else without results, now I am going to give Chiropractic a chance. That is really a challenge for any healing profession but the Chiropractor accepts it gladly. He knows that if he completes a cure, then, that the patient will be satisfied. Often, however, it takes longer to complete the cure because the patient waited so long before trying Chiropractic. Do not wait. Do not delay. Do not put off until some future date what-you should have done today. If you get something in your eye you get it out immediately; you don't wait until next year or the year after to have it removed. Pressure on a,nerve can cause you a great deal of trouble so why wait for months or years before having it removed. When you first begin to feel bad is the time to see your Chiropractor. Better yet, visit your Chiropractor often and AVOID being ill. That is the best health insurance. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Dr E. R. Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office 2 Blocks West of Telephone Office—Phone 114 pink, white candles were also used. Music was furnished by Mary E. Berg on both piano ana clarinet. closed at 7:00 p.m. A notice for bids will be posted and work will begin as soon as possible. The entire school joined in parade , ^ , «, y aiauc through the business The King brothers are uncfes and residence dis tricte Wednes- of Mrs. Berg and brothers of) afc u . 30 am just preceed . Mrs. Ida Stamper. The dinner ( thg opening of the polls, guests were Mrs. Ida Stamper | The gr&de pupils made nea d of Shannon City, Mr. and Mr s-! bands and carried banners ask- C. M. King of Mt. Ayr, and i _ ng {or voteg for the gym The Mr. and Mrs. B. B. King of. h school students had decor- Van Nuys, Calif., Mrs. Earl: ated the cars i n red and white Horn of Mt. Ayr, Mr. and Mrs. j and carried huge banners solic- Dewey Stamper and son Jackie ! iting vo tes for the gymnasium. of Diagonal, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. The slial .p s k urg school and fac- Swan and daughter Sue. | ul( . y showed by their spirit and Mrs. Berg was assisted in ths, enthuslasm that they stood un- kitchen by Mrs. Earl Horn and . ted in the dining room by Sue 1QO percen t for a gymnasium. The school surely appre- Swan and Mary Elizabeth Berg. ciates th£J loyal supp0 rt given The day was greatly enjoyed by the voters of the district. everyone, the only regret of the, The Junior c i ass play, "A day was that the daughter, I gcream in the Dark", a mystery Louise Berg Mogck and her hus- > comed y ( wi n be presented on band could not be with them, \ Wednesday evening, November as they live so far away it was ig at 8:00 p . m-i a t the Presby- impossible for them to get here. t ^. ian church> T he cast is Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ander- . son spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Knox fat Casey, Iowa. as Read the Ads PHONE US Phone 165 Jot Down Our Number follows: Mrs. Warren, a worried little mother, of many words—Ethel- merle Pennebaker. Mr. Warren, a father with convictions—Eugene Miller. Marie Warren, about 18 years old and modern-Carol Shum. Hal Warren, slightly older than Marie and at present takes no pride in being her brother- Lowell Baker. 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