Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 14, 1935 · Page 1
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Lenox, Iowa
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„„„„, • '"f joluinn One] LENOX E-TABLE •Ail Written Chiefly for Our Own Amusement u g. m,,u.m.u,n J "' , t a strain, when itiS ory like the one that "^another colmn on earS , "to keep from writing TUESDAY Published in the Interest of Lenox and Surrounding Communities. VOLUME SIXTY-TWO LENOX, TAYLOR COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1935 NUMBER SEVEN Lenox Trounced Clearfield in Peace Day Game H " '• the writer of hold himself and let it go. I recall in some paper miles north of ikneci cc * v* «- ** L several years ago, a out a dam that was be k'instructed the headline L S his sence of humor fray with him and the I read: I BIG THING FOR JEFFERSON 11 11 II wa s the same paper, I rt and I wish I could re- Ser what one it was, that Ehe story of a tragic inci- tbat happened in an in, asylum when a Dr. Dosh, Sned there for mental troub- escaped from .his padded ™om and, with a razor, neat- Lapitated one of the attend- to who was carelessly looking e other way. This headline to let his sense of propor- i escape out the window as Jwrote: luiOR OPERATION 1 BY DR. DOSH n K n uuthe old New York Sun,-I lleve it was, great attention •is paid to heads and any kind la story was printed that per- Ited a s'nappy head. As a ret the story was featured on iiront page when a number j barrels of molasses stored in [basement leaked their conj over the basement floor lithe head was SWEET AND LOW „. of the best heads i ever , was in the old Des Moines ipltal, over a story of .a small lomobile accident that hap- jed in Des Moines several ais ago, and probably the ly reason the story • was used ;S because some inspired head er had composed the head .... no one wanted to waste it. [he story of how a Dr. Blue a Dr. Blew locked fenders i a downtown corner. The ,d was: BLUE, BLEW, BLOOIE • H II fl llhere are apocryphal head- stories in circulation that be told here. Some of p-,«re so good they might p happened but it is hard to sjlne the kind of headline to who would have the tve to try to get by with Clearfield Team Failed To Treaten Lenox; Score, 25-0 Lenox won a neat, one-sided, victory over Clearfield Monday on the Clearfield gridiron by a score of 25 to 0. Neither team attempted anything fancy in the way of plays and both depended on straight football, a type of play that is peculiarly suited to the Lenox team. Most of the plays were off tackle plays and end runs. Johnny Schmitt covered himself with glory in the game, playing in a new position Hayes gained yardage consistently by line plunging. Ray and Reed were outstanding defensive players. Lenox did not punting during the entire game. SON BORN, WEDNESDAY, TO MR. AND MRS. GAER Mr, and Mrs. Warren Gael- became the parents of a 9y 2 Ik. son, Wednesday morning. Mr. Gaer is the football coach in the Lenox school. The baby was born at the home of Mrs. Gaer's parents at Olwein, where Mrs. Gaer has been staying for the past month. LIFE STORY OF MRS. C. S. SELLERS Ann Mary Whyte, daughter of Joseph and Emma Whyte, was born at South Atgyle, N. Y. on August 20, 18G2, and died at the home of her son in Marceline, Mo., on November 10, 1935, at the age of 73 years, 2 months and 21 days. On Dec. 8, 1880 she was married to Columbus S. Seller, who survives her. Ten children were born to them, three of whom preceded the mother in death, two dying in infancy and Virgil, who died Feb. 23, 1920. Besides her husband, she it, survived by four daughters and three sons, Mrs. Vena Saunders of Bereseford, S. D., Mrs. Bertha Toland of Lenox, Miss Anna Seller and Mrs. Edith Johnson both of Chicago, 111., Lester of Marceline, Mo., Oscar of Pierson, Iowa and Cedric of Lenox She also leaves three sisters Mrs. Lottie Whittmer of Pier son, Iowa; Mrs. Gertrude Clark of Crawfordsville, Iowa, and Mrs. Jennie Holman of Waueke Wis. Mrs. Sellers came, at an earl age, with her parents to th community of Lenox and resid ed here for a number of years. In 1913 she moved to Macon, Mo., later moving to Marceline and residing there until the time of her death. She was a member of the M. E. church of Clearfield, Iowa. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the M. E. church in Lenox by the Rev. Thomas Kelly. Burial was made in Fairview cemetery. .enox Girls Started Season With Victory First Team Won 38-33; Seconds Also Won ,39-17 By Margaret Carruthcrs The Lenox basketball girls opened their season with a double victory Tuesday night. The local seconds easily took their game with a score of 3917. Beadel at forward and Hetz and Nelson at guards need to ae recognized for their good work. The lineups for the second team game were: Lenox FG FT F Riley 4 Beadle 12 Moore 2 Hetz : 0 Ferguson 0 Miller 0 Nelson 0 Gray 0 Work Has Commenced on Enlargement of Lake v-**."^ Moyle 0 LENOX YOUNGSTERS WON CONTEST PRIZE There were four happy and surprised youngsters in Lenox this week when the result of a nation-wide contest was made known and they found they had each won a dollar prize. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Massena FG FT F 0 The winners are Lois Clayton, Marjorie Haas, Betty Black and Carroll Clayton. The contest was a school sale promotion sponsored by Butler Bros., of Chicago, and handled locally by the Economy Store A total of $5,000 was given away. First prize, $500, was won by a Texas boy. CHAS. CALDWELL TAKEN ' TO VETERANS HOSPITAL Chas. Caldwell again entered the veterans hospital in Des Moines, Tuesday, for treatment. He was taken there by Frank Key.and J. F. Walter. Charlie was taken ill in the spring and during the summer spent some time in the hospital He was released and came home but his condition became worse instead of better. The exact of his trouble is not Byrd 2 0 Mario 1 0 0 Murray ° ° 3 Schaehcler 0 0 0 South 0 0 1 Van Meter 1 2 0 Billingsly 0 0 1 Shields ! ! ° Way 0 0 ° The first team had a more difficult time in winning their victory. At the end of the third quarter the score was tied 2626, but Lenox finally struggled to victory with a score of 38-33. FORMER SUPERINTENDENT AT LENOX IS DEAD A letter printed in last week's Shannon City Messenger from Blanche M. Beattle, Janesville, Wis., says: Some of your readers might be interested in news of the passing of my uncle, W. H. Manfold, who died at his home in Ft. Morgan, Colo., Sunday, October 27, after three days of severe illness from uremic poisoning. He had been in poor health for a good many months He taught his first term of school in the "Cozy Corner' school half way between Tingley and Shannon City, about 1880. Later he graduated from Iowa State Teachers College a Cedar Falls, from Colorado State Teachers College at Gree ly, and from Nebraska University. He served as superintendent of schools in various towns in Colorado, Nebraska and Iowa. Among the latter were Malvern, Gliddon, Casey, Lenox, Mitchel- ville and Livermore. _ «l« • • •-"• " Engineers Are Here To I LESTER JOHNSON WILL Make Plans For BE EXTRA MAIL CARRIER TVPW Work A letter recelved llom Con " JNGW VVOrK gres sman Otha D. Weann. Work on raising the height of brings the information that he dam at the east lake to in- Lester Jo hnson will again be crease the capacity of the lake ] annotated auxiliary mail car- crease the capacity of the lake appointed auxiliary man uu- vas started Tuesday. The work r i e r for the period from Decem- _ s being done under the direc- ber 16 to April 15. tion of an engineer, a Mr. Mat- since the three Lenox routes thews, who works under En- W ere consolidated into two, an gineer R. T. Andrews of Bed- auxiliary carrier has been ap- $;|p! ford, who has charge of PWA pointed to help with the work jIMf; work in four counties including during the winter months. llpp; To vim- !'M$ii$ Hastings, Iowa October 23, 1935 LIGHTNING DAMAGED The lineups follow: Lenox Dunbar 9 Wurstdr, 5 FG FT F SPECIAL SERVICES AT GRAVITY FREE CHURCH cause known. Beemer Carruthers ............. ° U 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 I, JlcvJL fiC AlWAij 111. i/**\^ *.««»• —— •spread in three directions and NEW MUSIC TEACHER BEGAN WORK MONDAY Miss Alice Maxwell, who has been hired as music teacher in the Lenox school to replace FT F 0 1 1 C 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 KS, JOE BOLTINGHOUSE HAD SERIOUS OPERATION [Mrs, Joe Boltinghouse was 'ten to the Greater Commun- ' hospital in Creston last pdnesday, and on Saturday, lerwent an operation for the wval of the gall bladder. ng of a malignant nature found and reports yester- V indicated that she is on the to recovery dist church in Gravity, November 15 to 17. Services will be m charge of the District Elder, Rev E Bollinger of Boone, la. Services will be as follows: Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30, Sunday, Love Feast, 10:is, preaching, 11 a.m., and Sab- Sath evening at 7:30 Rev V7. D. Groesbeck is pastor of the church. Jefferson, arrived and took up her work. She is Taylor. The work started Tuesday in- ( eluded the beginning of a shelter house for the workmen,, which is being constructed at Mr. V. H. Tyler, The north end of the dam. It Chairman Waterworks Com., also includes a tool shed and Lenox, Iowa, the lining up of tools for the Dear Mr. Tyler: tne lining up u i am enclosing a copy of a 30 Geo. Cheese has been engag- letter received from the Works ed as time keeper and he wiU Progress Administration, Wash- ilso have charge of the tools. ington, D. C., which I feel is TwS-two rnen are now at self-explanatory. I fee greatly work and when all the projects encouraged over the outcome of It under way^ total force of your two projects, and can as- 53 men wiU be required to do sure you that I will be only too thweork which will require happy to be ol further as S1S t- il,,r»; ™™th<; Unce to you in this matter, eleven months. _ , | ^^ commifctee ^ to be congratulated upon the splendid manner in which they presented their application, which I feel has much to do with the favorable approval it received in Washington. With kind regards, I am, Sincerely, OTHA D. WEARIN The enclosure is a copy of a letter from Lawrence • West- {B'v.i -us- 1 -. Just now the type BARN NEAR CORNING being done is the moving of for Park spieau in. mi^v- " , TriUni-t 'nnrl Mor- 1 letter num ^c*»v*~.— followed the rafters to the three Enginesrs ElUott and Mor „ Administrator corner poles of the barn, leav- nson of the Iowa_ State^Pian^ oro^, _^ ^ Washi ngton, ad- 'h of splintered timbers ning board are a O r,d Hrpwri to Mr Wearin. It fol- behind. The building did not are « urv f ing J^^^ S take fire. Six head of ^ows making plans foi the landscap lows. October 18, 1935 were in the barn and the two |ing andj?ark_work f to^ ^| HonoraWe mha D . Wearin> SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING WAS AGAIN POSTPONED A convention of the Sunday schools of the east district of Taylor county which was to have been held at Sharpsburg last Sunday, had to be postponed and will be held next Sunday at the Presbyterian church in Sharpsburg at 2 o'clock. an accompanied by her mother, and they have light housekeep- mg rooms at the Geo. Cheese home. Geo. Cheese home. Miss Maxwell's home is at Mount Ayr, but she has been teaching at Tingley. She got her degree from Northwestein University and previous to go- in gto Tingley, she has taught at Dennison and Osage. Massena . Collman 8 Narger •? Shields ° Marlowe ° Porter "J Walton ° V Cullen ° Shields ° ° C. P. Thompso of Conway refereed. n The girls will play Conway Tuesday night, November 19, on the latter's floor. Scouts Supt. Parker Coach Gaer, jj. Dunbar and O. Ayr Me — School (Continued on page 8) LIFE STORY OF Magarth ectricity ~j *—- i Light and Power company and considerable damage was done by the to the lines and electrical ap- ford a: paratus. An electric clock was the work by stopped by the bolt and regis- working " r ™ tered the exact time it struck, of 90 I rolls | NEW GASOLINE FEATURED IN ._^i""_, E( .v, ,-iiotrirt pncrineer, un-i state sena.i uumuci. u - u . — STANDARD ADS The 5thL d is trict ^^ ning increase the capacity of the im- Svandard Oil Company of In- d^.^f^.f^^^e"state will pounding reservoir at the water dlana has started a big adver- in this sec tion01 tne y estimated cos of sales campaign to In- be done, is a Mr. Vath or w>un Pg^, ^ ^^ approved by fast-warming | ell Bluffs. ufoQ | u , o ' A ^ 1r , is1 ., rfl tion and is Board at Bed- I kins, I am replying to your let- be certified for ter of October 11, concernta* this board. The two project applications for the made up city of Lenox. from the relief Investigation of the flies or from the this administration was made roiis anu iu jn.»~~».- "v non-relief workers of the coun- toflnd^ ^^ under ty ™ Rtv, district engineer, un- State serial number 5-87-2465 to The 5th district en b uie ' . o .. n! , mcltv of the im- nu SLUSS CALLED AWAY D BY ILLNESS OF MOTHER family a South Ind., where Dr. Sluss has caied by the illness of his Dr M J. Sluss and 'leave Sunday for mother. JClllliij J-». *-' v Qfnn pnrnplius and Mary Ann faion-. anu imiulvli ,, «..•« •- — .»«•• ,,,_,,i, i cost 01 ;)>io,iuo , nc*o ~~~-. ~ r P, wis born near Peoria, 111. on also her alding its qualities. Lenox is getting this worK ed b thls Administration T ,nrv 30 1B55 and died at The adve rtising tells a story done an d this money spent heie ^ d ^ the p resident _ and is the home of her son, Walter t f a gaso ii ne that will start any ma inly because the men who i ^ awalting actlon by other B-adel November 6, 1035, at the propcrly . op erated and condi- ot tne ide a and worked it ou neceasary age ncies. -f 80 years, 9 months and Uoned car instantly at any tern-I dld the job so completely that Every eflort ^ being made to „ perature down to 30 degrees be- K n£} en gineers in charge were dlte action 0 , t>. . __tX , __.:n !„ n^l^lif ir\n ' - .i_-*-«4-nnKirt TlfT- I ^ *" klSTMAS SEAL QUOrZlFORTAYLOR 1 CO. RAISED HALF CENT PER CAPITA Increase In Funds Will Be Used In Drive Against Tuberculosis; New knowledge Will Permit Attack on Dread Disease [Challenged by a quota repre-* "There's a reason for ^the es ; a half cent increased J of Christmas Seals by citizen of this county, Ir countys committee was • this week preparing for opening of the twenty-nnith iual Christmas Seal sale on 'nanksgiving Day. "<> Taylor county citizens the «a represents an increase in Dorothy Bubb "at Iowa entered the City, Thurs- noa day, Oct. 31, for treatment. Added to fche 1934 Seal e a al of $588.43 a total sale here to exceed $662,- mittee has pledged %hest efforts to reach — surpass-this quota. We if everyone who Itodo ,f° wm Seals this year, chairman, year pur per •» Seals. For J.licit; » t* *-— tablishment of this quota, years, the warfare against tuberculosis has been defensive m character. We've used such slogans as 'Defend YourseH •Guard the Young", and Pio tect the Child". This policy has been sound as may be seen by the sharp reduction in death rate from tuberculosis. -But now we have the knowledge which enables us to add to our defensive warfare an offensive attack, our weapon have been improved; they need s.-.rsswr^ s& v %?s*3r% -t^mr^ xsrzzs&st'z cxpvery ftftd prevention. Ju ? n which four men were found of assault and were fined They are June Bro Stoaks, Lester Pugh new [gasoline, built for the winter season. In more than 1,500 newspapers in 13 north central states, advertisements are telling the Y OF advertisements are telling wic JENNIE E. BEADEL public about the new product. Stoner, daughter of Radi0i billboards, station .signs Ston-L d leaflets are and banners, and leaflets are heralding its qualities. T V. state" serial number Tyler. How The Work Was Done Lenox is getting this tlll'-A UtiCV I* u***»-'** v*w-- works property, at an estimated .. „„ „«/,* nas peen ap- ™ of 80 years, 9 mon Uoned car nsa dl e £ eor * 6 ! ™ perature down to 30 degrees be- k ne engineers in charge were ^ ^^ Qn these pro _ nn October 28, 1873, she was j ow zero> and w m in addition lmpress ed by the facts and fig- ap pi lca tlons, and it is hop- marrled to Edward N. Beadel, warm tne engine up even under \ s shown them. The engin- l d thafc flnal declsions will be £, nreceded her in death on vere wlnte r conditions so that eers were placed in the various withn the next few days . who P« ce J Four children L will pull smoothly in much ^ ol tne sta te to assist with sincerely. nd coun- P ^ to Edward N. Beadel, warm tne engine up even under \ s shown them. The en f» ; ed that final decisions will be nrppeded her in death on severe wlnte r conditions so that L ers were placed in the various g withn the next few days . ^n 1916 Four children L will pull smoothly in much te ol the sta te to ass^t with sincerely. hnm to them of which two L norter time than ever before. tne work that towns and coun- LAWRE NCE WESTBROOK, the mother in death, officials of the company de- Ue «; wan ted but they could do Assistant Admtnistrator. . dying in infancy and clare that tne new product rep- notning until the towns ana , The sum Qf $76)708 ^ sorae _ Edward who passed resente as great an advance in coun ties suggested what was i hafc mLsleading . Actually the August'26, 1929. Lotor fuel science as the new wante d. mr irnhiP money to be spent on the parte survived by one daugh- aut0 moblles represent in their Len0 x presented a woikaWe $36(708 bufc th eprlce o f a nd one son, Mrs. Edith fleld _ idea and one that showed it ]and nas been adde d in to f Madison Wis., and" _____ _ was worth something to the). ,. ,.„,*«„»„«, of Madison,_ w .____) _ ^ r , n ,, Hsnn was down Wda „,.„ QT1 ri the i et and were fined $25 Another, Rex Stoaks, was found Jot guilty and was dismissed Following the trial in justice the men were given until 29 to decide whether they to appeal the case to QVio IS SlirVlVCU UJf vi*«»« »™—o- a,Ul/U"'V"""" *-* jj»,»»w~ f v,_,,,-.4 It *° V/»J»J V ww,.-- .- - t and one son, Mrs. Edith fleld _ idea and one that showed it ]and nas been added m to ter and one a , d " was worth something to * he L how that Lenox is putting up T,% °of SharSburg, Iowa. N . C. Davidson was fd ^ np Community and the engineers n ^ Qf yalue to get th e W vfL leaves 8 grandchildren town Tuesday for the first time t o recommend it for funds Tnis does not Sh ^ ? E rea grandchildren. since he was taken 11. He plans al by the various higher thafc tne property will be and 3 great. giana Kansas ciiy> Sunday, ^ te _ Tne local men to the g 0vernmen t. Sixty years ago, rv vtaio t»&"> — her husband to Iowa, set- on the home place near In 1913 they a visit with his son, Harry. departments. O n the plan LUi a, VIOAU »»*«*» — ' - VVnO V/Ulft-^*- 4 w** «-— *— « that they found the various FORD REGISTRATIONS WERE ineers an d board to whom .. The Aftermath", a two char- HEAVY IN THIS DISTRICT £ ^ were presen ted to be L cter spoken drama , will be Claude Dixon has been feel " inte rested in doing something n at the M B churcn T ues- <r pxtra haopy for the past , h11 for a community. , OT , ovpn1nff . a t 8 o'clock, Nov- the the trial. the Lenox having united with that church a year, ago she them off the place. church, , iinteresi/cu A" «-v—° — IKIVCH «.i. *** —• —- --- ing extra happy for the P ast wor thwhile for a community. K eveningi a t 8 o'clock, Nov- few days, in fact ever since a At tws time it migh t be stat- l ber 26 . - • < — -— report came out showing that notice nas not bee n re" ** h " to the granting of the in (Oil' CcUll-C uww «**~ " o the 17 counties served 111 1/11C i I ~~— the Des Moines branch, Fora has cars "o'ut-registered all other during the first nine , a «e «7hich she never recovered WhF uneral services were conducted Friday afternoon at the home by the Rev. Thorn- lv Burial was made in view cemetery at Lenox. months of the year. In Taylor county, with only two Ford dealers, a total of 168 cars of all makes were sold in the nine months. Of these 97, or 58 per cent, were Fords. The next closest car sold 41 while the third low priced car sold 15. park plan, but the two letters that follow will explain this and show that it is coming along in due time. Wearin Writes The following letter was written to V. H. Tyler by Rep. C4ha D. Wearin in response to a letter asking the standing of *•*** two projects: ,,.,',. This drama has been u«««w- by the pulpit and press and educators as the most colorful, dramatic, humorous and pathetic presention of any economic probler ever, enacted in dramatic form before th« public. Do nqlt miss hearing «• Mrs. Nancy Porter of White Hill, Wash., who had not? I "* fc he* house lor $ yea^a, *~" died at the age. pf

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