Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 7, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA i mo Dock Dinner At Bricker Home Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker entertained at a duck dinner Sunday evening, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potts, Gail and Gerald Potts; Mr. and Mrs. Herm Beemer, Gene vie ve and Elinor; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wurster, Margaret, Helen and Marion; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker, Mildred and Henry; Mr., and Mrs. Harry Stoner; Mr. and Mrs. LeVern Roll; Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maharry, Genevieve and Katheline. Meeting Of L. F. C. Ladies The Lenox Fortnightly Club was entertained at Hotel Lenox Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Robert Potts as hostess. Twelve members responded to roll call with a current event. Mrs. George Chetese read a paper on United States National Parks; Mrs. Ed Nelson read a story on "Finding Gold". The following were invited guests of the hostess: Mrs. W. W. Walker, Mrs. Edna Haas, Mrs. Herm Beemer, Mrs. O. E. Bricker, Mrs. Frank Maharry, Mrs. A. L. Barker, Mrs. Ben Wurster. Mrs. Harry Stoner. At the close of the bridge play, Mrs. Geo. Cheese received high club score, Mrs. Herm Beemer held high score of the guests, and Mrs. Ben Wurster received the traveling prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess. largely attended. A short program was given. Pattie McCurdey and Helen Bare gave a tap dance; a piano solo by Phyllis Copeland. Eleven tables were arranged for the bridge game,, at the close of the play, high score prize for the men went to Ben Wurster and Mrs. Roland Walter received the high score ladies prize. Refreshments of pumpkin pie and coffee were served. The Camp Fire Girls wish to extend their thanks to all who helped in any way to make the party a success. Meeting of Thursday Girls The Thursday Girls met at G. V. Club Met Tuesday Evening Mrs. Frank Maharry was hostess to the G. V. C. Tuesday evening. There were sixteen members present. Roll call was "New Iowa Laws". Mrs. Nellie Bryant gave a detailed report of the district convention of the Federation of Women's clubs at Bedford and also read an interesting poem, "The Aztec". Mrs. K. U. Parker read a paper, "The Aztec Ruins at Aztec, New Mexico". Mrs. Roy Long sang a solo, "Roll Along Prairie Moon", accompanied by her sister, Mrs. A. L. Roll. Mrs. Roll and Mrs. Long also sang a duet, "Red Sails on the Sunset". In the bridge games that followed the program, Mrs. Roll won the high club score and Mrs. C. C. Mills won the guest prize. Guests of the hostess were: Mrs. Maude Wells, Mrs. C. C. the Hotel Thursday afternoon Mills, Mrs. Francis Folcey, Mrs. with Mrs. Chas. Wurster and {Claude Dixon, Mrs. Edna Haas, Mrs. Floyd Boltinghouse as hostesses. Nineteen members were present, invited guests were Mrs. Milton Johnson, Mrs. Wayne Denton and Mrs. Jess Roe. The program consisted of the reading of two poems by Mrs. Will Severn and Mrs. John •Dram. Mrs. I. G. Randel and Mrs. Will Bryant gave a dramatization of the story, "Cindy". Mrs. Robt. Potts, Mrs. L. B. Anderson, Mrs. Herm Beemer. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. B. F. Wurster, Tuesday evening, Nov. 19. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Party At Dunbar Home Misses Lenore and Maxine M. F. C. Meeting At Holben Home The M. P.- c. ladies met at the home of Mrs. F. E. Holben Wednesday afternoon. Fourteen members responded to roll call. The program was a very interesting book review, "Stars Fell on Alabama", Carl Carmer, by Mrs. Phil Ridgeway. After a few games of rook a delicious covered •was served. dish lur;ch Mrs. George Swartz Honored on Birthday On Thursday afternoon, Oct. 31, a group of neighbors of Mrs. George Swartz gathered at her home to remind her that it was her birthday. She was presented with a shower of lovely handkerchiefs. The afternoon was spent in visiting and playing games, after which refreshments of pie. sandwiches and coffee were served. Those present were: Mrs. Admiral Rhoades, Mrs. Will Preston, Mrs. Dewey Evans, Mrs. Leo Caskey, Mrs. Warren Esk- eLs, Mrs. Harry Kreiger, Mrs. Will McElrovey, Mrs. Lol McFee, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Ralph Knodle, Mrs. Fred Stoakes, Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. Chas. ris, Mrs. Fred Pine and Allen Pine. Dunbar evening entertained with two Thursday tables of bridge. Mrs. Ola Abbitt received the high score prize. Mrs. H. C. Killion received second high. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mcr- Mrs. Armistice Day Party The American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary of Post No. 250 will have an Armistice Day party at the Legion Hall at 7:30 Armistice night. All eligible Legion and Auxiliary members and their husbands are cordially invited. Lunch will be served. Camp Fire Girls Benefit Bridge The Camp Fire Girls benefit bridge held at the hotel last Wednesday evening was quite ..Meeting of M. F. O. Club Mrs. Roy Nelson was hostess to the M.F.O. club Wednesday afternoon. Twelve members were present, Mrs. Herman Holben was a guest . The program consisted of a reading, "Caleb's Courtship" by Mrs. Allen Pine. Mrs. John Drain read a paper on "How Cheerful Are You?" 42 was the diversion of the social hour. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Bennison P. E. O. Hostess Mrs. Wm. Bennison was hostess to the meeting of Chapter P.E.O. at the home of Mrs. K. R Huff, Thursday evening. Seventeen members were present and responded to roll call with a "Practical Joke". Contests were conducted by Miss Betra Bennison. Vocal solo, "Keep on Hopin 1 " by Mrs. Roy Long. Miss Norma Bush will be the November 14 hostess. Masons Held Special Meeting - A special meeting of Tremont Lodge. A. F. & A. M., was held at its hall Tuesday evening with about 40 present. The Rev. Paul Hicks, pastor of a Methodist church in Council Bluffs, was present and made a talk on Masonry. Unusual refreshments were served. (fliwtev ~tL-s 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 Service the pastor will preach on lief." The subject of the evening service will be, "A Christian Interest in Peace." Remember Church Interest Meetings are in progress. Service every night at the church at 7:45. We extend you a cordial Invitation to attend our services. The Priscilla Circle will meet on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7, in the church basement. Hostesses will be Mesdames Elsie Holben, Julia Key and Delia Walker. On Friday afternoon, the W. F.M.S. will hold their Missionary Tea, in the church basement. All visitors are welcome. Missionary Unit Meeting The Missionary Unit meeting of Taylor and Adams counties was held at the M.E. church in Lenox, Thursday. Owing to the stormy day there was a very small attendance. A short program was in charge of Mrs. Geo. Lavely of Corning, and was followed by some good discussions. A lunch was served at the noon hour. Aulora Mclntire Circle Met The Aulora Mclntyre Missionary society of the U.P. church met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. K. R. Huff, with Mrs. Albert Glasgow assisting hostess. Mrs. Nellie Bryant and Mrs. S. T. Wilson had charge of the program. Mrs. E. Kennedy gave a report on the convention. Sunday Dinner Guests Mrs. Swett and daughter, Julia Ann, and Bernice Preston of Creston, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Preston. Read the Ads WHITE ROSE GASOLINE WILL WIN YOUR APPROVAL WITH THE FIRST TANKFUL Try this snappy, quick starting gasoline in your car, truck or tractor. Moore Service Station Lenox, Iowa Meeting of Annette Newcomer Society The Annette Newcomer Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. M. C. Sanders Friday afternoon, Nov. 1. Twelve members responded to roll call with a verse of scripture. Mrs. Mary Eckler was devotional leader. Mrs. T. J. Killion conducted the program. Subject of study was "Seeking the Common Good". Those assisting with the program were: Miss Ida Grimm, Mrs. Bert Archibald and Mrs. G. A. Bryant. Plans were made en's Day program, for Wom- to be held CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor Did you know that exactly 400 years ago the English Bible was given to English speaking races for the first time? A national commemoration committee is urging its observance and supplying helpful material. This church plans to have special Bible nights for the next four Sunday nights. On the concluding night, Dec. 1, the young people will present a play entitled, "Pine Gold". Next Sunday night we will bring a history of the translation of the early English Bible until the King James version. Interesting and helpful. From now on until the close of the year we will stress attendance at the commnuion service, cups, marked by an empty cup? 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. Thursday, Nov. 7, the Woman's Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Turner this afternoon. Friday, Nov. 8, the Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church invited all the ladies of the U. P. to a tea this afternoon . By mistake Moe Mamek broke into jail at London, O., and explained to Sheriff Gorman F. Clark that he was hungry and thought the fence surrounded a canning factory. Nosh Fehl, 16 years of age, is the duly licensed pastor of the Baptist church at Industry, Pa. Charging that her husband would not let her vote, Mrs. Cora G. Thrismer of Eaton, O., filed suit for a divorce. Clad only in hLs night clothes, Robert Morrison of Chicago chased and caught a thief who had entered his home. Mrs. Floyd Huston, of lona, Mich., is proud of her black eye given accidently by her son. The blow caused her to regain her sight in the eye that doctors had dispaired of. A state highway patrol officer recently was arrested by a city motorcycle officer for speeding in Raleigh, N. C. Insert Your Want Ads in The Lenox Time Table Wm. Barrans. teas to chapter evening. While Joe Waenpr" ing in a North^aST' the drive belt of 1 fa ' caught his coat and through & window. Joe . only bruised, but he had to a new coat. • -:Professional Cards:- We will count the empty Will your presence be GEO. L. GOODALE OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORE Lenox, Iowa O. P. ARNOLD Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa J. H. BARBER Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa JAMES R. LOCKE Attorney and Counsellor at Law Farmers & Merchants Bank Bldg Bedford, Iowa General Practice in All Courts- State and Federal Special Attention Given to Settlement of Estates Frank Wisdom O. J. Kirketeg Wisdom & Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of estates Bedford. Iowa the first Sunday in December. SALEM CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Church School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. FISHING IS AT ITS BEST NOW The fishing season closes at midnight November 30, according to the Iowa fishing regulations. Between now and that time some of the best fishing is to be had. It may be a little "snappy" and the fingers will get cold", but the "big ones" that can be caught will more than repay the fisherman for his hardships. Fish fight better, strike more often and more savagely and are much more firm and better flavored when the water is cold. For example and to prove that the large ones are caught at this time of the year, the following catches are reported to the Conservation Commission: H. Krodelbaugh of Chariton, caught a 39 pound catfish in the Chariton River in Lucas county. Length 47 inches. H. B. Lillibrige of Manchester, caught a small-mouth bass weighing 5 pounds 11 ounces and measuring 21 3-4 inches in length. A large-mouth black bass weighing 6 pounds, 7 ounces was caught by Harold Johnson and Norman Wedertz of Burlington in Iowa Slough near Oakville. NEW CHEVROLETS FIND MANY READY BUYERS The Miller Chevrolet Co. reports the following sales of new 1936 Chevrolete: Dr. M. J. Sluss, coach; Harry Stoner, oach; Fanny Wilson, town sedan; Pete Freihage, sport sedan; Mrs. Jennie Dahlberg, coach. Real Estate* IS OFTEN SOUGHT, SOLD, THROUGH TIME TABLE WANT ADS! ?BY IT! Dick Dunbar The Insurance Man Insurance Coverage of All Kinds Town and farm property Automobile Fire, Lightning and Tornado Accident and Health I have them all—quality and price. Consult me as you would your attorney The Lenox Time-Table for Quick Results Thermo Royal The 10,000 Mile ANTI-FREEZE for Tour Radiator In a test drive from Medicine Hat, Alberta, to Mexico City, D. P., 10,000 miles of the toughest kind of driving. One of the most grueling tests ever applied to ANY automotive product. It was 54 below zero in Canada; it was 102 above in Mexico, but the radiator did not freeze or boil. In the above test Thermo Royal showed a loss of only 17 ounces. The greatest Anti-Freeze Value ever offered to the Motoring Public! ONLY $1.40 Per gal. GET IT HERE Boltinghouse & Hale Thursday, November 7 The Priscilla Circle of the M. E. church will meet in the basement of the church, this afternoon. Hostesses are Mrs. Herman Holben, Mrs. Roy Key and Mrs. W. W. Walker. The Presbyterian Loyal Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Faith Ried with Mrs. Shannon assisting hostess. The G. C. W. Club is meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lela Wood. Friday, November 8 The H. S. Club will meet this evening with Mrs. Mark Sluss. The WomWs Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church are holding their annual November Tea at the church this afternoon. All ladies are invited. Saturday, November 9 The Camp Fire Girls are meeting this afternoon' with Marion Wurster. The Young People of the Church of Christ are serving supper at the church this evening, beginning at 5:30. Monday, November 11 The American Legion and Le- Charter No. 14040 Reserve District N| REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN LENOX In the State of Iowa, at the close of business on Nov. 1st, ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts ......... » 2. Overdrafts ........ ....................... » 3 . United States Government 'obiiga'tibns, 'direct ...... A ^^ and|or fully guaranteed ....... .... 1m . 4. Other bonds, stocks, and securities ........... --'-' BtorT Auxiliary cial meeting at" this evening. The meeting Mrs. Maude W. Walters t El \ t ? redt . as sec °nd i te£ March 2, 1904, at °$ce in Lenox, Iowa, act of Congress of • Subscription $1,50 per year in advance'' side of state, $2.00 per i advance. six month ml?^ half of foregoing, singled 5 cents. ""'siecoi THURSDAY^ •a T» I t """""i "Kuvioja, <uiu securities 256ffl o. Banking house $6000.00 Furniture and fixtures siooo'o'n 7™ 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank ' <isnr ?hSn? 1 ? <2 va u ]t , and balance s with other banks' '.'. 170 y 10.' Outside checks and other cash items ' < 13. Other assets ™ assets TOTAL ASSETS .$417,101 ,.' w LIABILITIES 14. .Demand deposits, except United States Government P "? lic fun ^ s> and de P° s iw of other banks $189,8 97,191 30--Capital account: Class A preferred stock, 100 shares 1 par $100.00 per share retirable at $100. \ $50,000.00 Common stock, 400 shares, par f $100.00 per share Surplus 10 000 00 Undivided profits—net'!!!!!!!!!!!'."" 4'34l 72 Reserves for contingencies 2472.50 ,'"••.• Preferred stock retirement fund . .. 8343 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT $66,897.65 TOTAL LIABILITIES ~. $417,101 State of Iowa, County of Taylor, ss: I, Retta Goodale, Cashier of the i -above-named bank, statement is true to the best RETTA GOODALE, Cashier Correct—Attest: . P. M. HENDERSONJ W. H. MADDEN J. E. CAMERON Directors,, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of Nov., 1935. B. F. WURSTER /r,,-,.,^ Notary Public (SEAL) WE WILL PAY FOR YOUR STORM SASH IF YOU WILL ORDER THEM We are not joking although it means taking money out of one pocket and putting it into the other. HERE IS HOW WE FIGURE IT You buy your coal here as you have always done. This winter you come here and buy you 1 storm sash. The coal saved in heating-your home during the next winter or two will pay for the storm sash. Of course that means tnaij we will sell you that much less coal, but we be selling you the storm sash. It also means that you are buying the! storm sash with what you save on coal, but you are getting much more comfort in your e so you, too, are ahead on the deal. Why put up with a cold, draf ty house when | the wind blows? The air space between two sash affords more efficient insulation than any j patent insulator you can buy, ' There is no use in building a fire in furnace to heat all out doors. Clark Barteau, Mgr. phone

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