Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 7, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1935
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7, 1935 _THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA CAILS HOUTEN ,,C^ ter ' Ferguson visited Thursday home. Tnd Miss Hazel d nee, Hl.\ spent with their aunt Archie Turner Tn'na Turner. r"Bwe and family and Friday in , Oliver Ora Wilson was taken to the hospital at Iowa City, Tuesday, where he will undergo an operation. The large carrot displayed in our window was raised by Cedric Sellers. It weighs two pounds and he said it was planted July 4. Ehurch [Supper by young People of [Christian Church IfURDAY, NOV. 9 , a 5:30 at the church ; coffee, 5c; pie, 5c; pickles, crackers Otto Kohl of Cedar Rapids visited here Friday at the K. U Parker home. Mr. Kohl's wife and Mrs. Parker are sister While here he officiated as head linesman at the football game working with Verle Davis, Corn ing coach, who was the referee At the time the Time Tabl editor left Adel, six years ago Mr. Kohl was head coach ther and Mr. Davis was assistan coach. When Love Came to a Tomboy! Read about it in S. Andrew Wood's novel, "Goose Fair" beginning in The American Weekly, the Magazine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. /IT. and Mrs. and Mrs. ents, Mr. niversary. who atten celebration Ollie Mcl Aulora. to. Don Tyler and s. Roland Walter t Madison Saturday ting at the home of j:s. Leonard Waine there the men will nting. They return- icsday night. mie Preston spent >v. 4, with her par- nd Mrs. A. S. Fife helping them cele- golden wedding an- Others from Lenox led the anniversary were Harry Fife tyre and daughter Perham, who is em tie Time Table office his home at Maquo 'hursday, and on Fri tit his family back t e has two children, rl Tsnhpl fi. Thev are Lawrence Bryant returned to ndianola last week after a few ays visit with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Will Bryant. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wood, Sunday evening, were Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Wood and amily. and Authella Wood of Bolckow, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood and family of Rosendale, Mo., Miss Bernice Wilkie, Clark Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis. Lewis Moore was in Corning Saturday on business. H. S. Davidson of Kansas City, Mo. spent Saturday and Sunday with his father, N. C Davidson . Mr. and Mrs. Walt Weichar were Creston visitors Saturda evening . Lola Cheese went to Leon Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bennison, An Oregc ormer residents of Lenox, but son, was bi ow of Kewanee, 111., spent when the uesday and Tuesday night as eyeglasses he guests of Mrs. Phil Ridge- lit his ciga way. Mrs. Ida drowned in Mrs. Arlo Richard of Lenox head beca nd Mrs. John H. McCarroll of L ne f am tec Des Moines spent a few days ^^ N(J ast week in Omaha with their Forfc M on and brother, Gaile Richard caugnt a and family. wlth nine L _, Nolan offe Mr. and Mrs. Byron CresB- l le thrm] well spent last week at Hills- Mo bile boro, la., visiting his aunt, Mrs. Grace Cresswell. They also A Feoer spent a day at Nauvoo, 111., vis- J* £** * iting the Mormon museum. room whe M. E. Ladi^Toyster supper, Uoded in Nov. 23. Watch for further no- lawyer ar 1 ltJTi*c T tice.— Adv. M™- * 1 V»QC fnllpr ___ 1 Ilc\*b ie*AAv;u Mrs. Lewis Hewitt broke the ial charm little finger of her left hand one leaf clovt day last week while helping her has a col John Wood- out the face ims of his became submerged after , foreman at the the snake Federal judge and a score nd attendants were a Newark court- That patience and persever- ence will ultimately~be reward^ed is the belief of Mrs. Frankie Byron of Denver, who recently announced that she had chosen her nigan. "At last a Mr. Flan- It have found love," she declared. Howard Seamon of Newark complained of stomach ache. An X-ray revealed an upside- down stomach, but before operating another X-ray was taken which showed the stomach in normal position. Lenox. He John, 8, and Isobel, 6. at home in the Wm. Hughes home, the Hughes family hav- ng gone to California to spend he winter. GROCERY DEPARTMENT OMATO JUICE, hi/, can ORK& BEANS, fan Camp ODA, G.W.C., uaranteed quality, Ib. JSTARD, . Pt. Jar epared with horseradish RIARDALE P-NUT BUTTER Ihort quart IDATES, pound .. bulk \NNED GOODS—Tomato Soup, Peas, Car...„, Beets, String Beans, Kraut, , [Spaghetti, Veg. Soup, per tin 15c 5c 6c lOc 25c 12c Kathryn C. Milliman i although she Lola Cheese went to Leon day last wees wnue u«uui B «« i«« - -"---";- ° f ^°° ksl Monday, and began work tha (husband repair^ fence. The| tice s no^chaw injuck. night in the Decatur Hospital, as a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. _._ ave closed their home for the | is much improved. 'inter and have moved to the partment in the store. County I finger was caught in a . wire A 97-year old Piggot, Ark. stretcher. The skin was not father and his three "children broken but it is thought that a a u pa st 70, are applicants for , Mrs Fred Pantry who has (heavy glove was all that kept Lid-age pensions. MillsKbeen quite ill for several weeks, it from being severed from the Karl Gertz€n of Hamburg M ' ' hand. I had his wife 1 grave covered with glass in order that he might be Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davidson of Omaha spent Saturday returned | afternoon with his father Agency, Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilcox and Burton Thompson aome Tuesday from owa, where he had been vislt- ng his aunt. Mrs. Bessie Still Weidner left)Fred Childs Sunday evening Wednesday for her home in Wyoming. Navine Davis returned Sunday night from Canton, Miss., where Dr. Wilcox had been employed Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Copelandjby the government in testing and Mrs. Maude Wells were j cattle. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss returned , Kansas Etta Shafer, Mrs Maggie Austine, mother I home from Augusta of Miss He'fen Austine, former where they had been visi ng at Mrs Ralph McGee and son I music teacher in the Lenox | the home of Harry Shafer ^ior Bob of Osceola visited from (school, died at her home Thursday until Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Itober 30. in four days. They went with Mr Oc- and Mrs. Funeral services were aha able to look at her face any time. IF YOU WANT CHEAP GRINDING \sk us about our new low jrices good until Jan. 1, 1936. We still trade for (rain and will take grain lor grinding or feed. Lenox Mill P. C. RED & WHITE HOME OWNED companied them home N. C. Davidson along nicely from fered • a and had been in a very serious ox. is getting I condition for several months, his recent Mrs. Austine was the wife of| sickness and is able to be up and around the house. His nurse left Tuesday evening for her home in Murry. Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand has been in Dr. Terrill's hospital in Bedford for the past week for medical treatment. Miss Jane Nixon spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Floyd Bbltinghouse. •"' • • • • • Dr. C. W. Austine. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker entertained at a Pheasant dinner Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Copeland and daughter, Phyllis, and Mrs. Maude Wells. Frank L. Drennan of Winterset and Mrs. Phil Ridgeway spent Sunday in Blanchard with relatives. 6 The Time Table contains 6 pages of home news this week. Turn through and look at every page. NAVY BEANS, 10 Ibs. CORN MEAL, WHITE, 5 Ibs. PANCAKE FLOUR, 4. Ibs. PORK & BEANS, Blue & White, 28 oz. can. A good buy at ----;-—---—STANDARD GREEN CUT BEANS, No. 2 can, ,2 for —-,— RED & WHITE MILK, 3 tall or 6 small ± 0. L. DAVIS A New Serial Story begins in the Time Table Watch for it. It's interesting and thrilling C

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