Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 14, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 14, 1935
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CAI HOUTEN and Miss teach- but now SSencer, were week?£ and L Thompson has had {put on her home. | A ndeKoTwasinOma- v on business. and sis, Mtos Genevieve .pent Friday in Des 'oenevieve, with some anton to Iowa City- to and to attend the mesota game. tMiiier~andBob Beach and Don Beach o: spent the weekend Wives and friends. Gray, an ffl er of Lenox, and Miss Iskurr of Creston, at the lowa-Minnesot rame at Iowa City las loll from Friday evening until und'ay evening. Miss Fayola McGinnis of jpencer was a dinner guest aunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. ,. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stansell _if Osceola spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Karl McCul- ouch and little son of Des koines visited Saturday and Sunday at the W. H. Madden home. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Madden, who will spend the week there. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Harding and baby daughter, and Mrs. Scott and Miss Thelma Toland spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines visiting with friends. Wendell Fleming of Leon visited over the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Fleming. and's mother and aunt, drove to Missouri for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. o. D. Tyler and Betty were called to Des Moines Sunday, because of the serious illness of Mr. Tyler's mother, Mrs. H. H. Tyler. Her illness is alarming to her family because of her advanced age of 93. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walter spent Saturday and Sunday at Fontanelle, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Shultz. Be sure to ask us about the Angel Food Cake Contest Nov. 23. (Boy Scout Benefit). Red & White Store. _THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX. IOWA Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kilby and daughters, the Misses Mae, Ruth, Vera and Bernice, spent Sunday in Clearfield, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Levi. The Miller Chevrolet Co. reports the sale of a standard coach to Kenneth Hoover of Lenox and a sport sedan to E. J. Meyers of Orient. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller and children were dinner guests Sunday at the Charley Young home. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy given us during our recent bereavement. Also for the beautiful floral offerings and to those assisting in the services for our Mother. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beadel Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morley "Mrs. Tessa Beadel and the Grandchildren. | Blanche Williams of i was a guest of Mrs. I and Mrs. LeVerne J^ —— I1F. DANCE at Ba Rio, Lenox DAY, NOV. 15 life & 35c, tax paid I by Bedford Night Owls Clyde Cassil and Haldean Moyle went to Iowa City, Thursday. . , Miss Gladys Anderson, who has completed her business course at the Boyles Business school in Omaha, returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ethington of Omaha visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Folcy. Miss Eloise Bricker spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker. Mr. and Mrs. Branche Toland and son Duaine, and Mr. Tol- G. M. McFarland of Lyons, Kansas, spent Saturday and Sunday with his niece and family, Rev. and Mrs. I. G. Randels. Dickie Davidson, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Cheese and son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Davidson of Clarinda, has been ill for several days with pneu- monuia. He is reported some better at this time. ster were Bedford day evening. Mrs. Glenn Barnhill and Jimmie Dee spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Geo. Ferguson. Ralph Round was a business visitor in St. Joseph, Monday. Nina, Thelma and Harley Nelson entertained a few friends at a rook party, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hinshaw were Kansas City visitors last week. The Ladies Aid meets Thursday with Mrs. Alvin Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson spent Sunday at the Will Beck- erer home. visitors Fri- es who dismantled and removed | the structure were caught. "It's going to be hard calling Bill 'Pap', declared Mrs. Carrie Stoltzenburg when she heard of the marriage of her mother, Mrs. Mahala Scott, 65, of Chillicothe, O., to Will F. Kaltenbach 23. Hurrying to get ten nickel hamburgers home before they got cold, John Davis of Syracuse, N. Y., sped through a stop sign and was fined $3. For Your Own Sake Read the Ads In the Time Table Salem Affairs Mrs. Phil Ridgweay was call ed to Lincoln, Nebr. last Satur day by the serious condition o: her brother. Miss Ruth Lown drove to Lincoln with her and returned Sunday. Mrs. Ridgeway will not be home for a few days. JED & WHITE HOME OWNED J KE FLOUR, Red & White, 23/4 Ib NCY PRUNES, Red & White. , 2 Ib. pkg. ETCHES, 20e boxes : HI FLUSH, per can L& BEANS, Blue & White, Smed. cans ^_ ,Red & White, 20C 20c 20c tall 0. L. DAVIS Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Pennebaker and family spent Sunday afternoon with relatives at Sharpsburg.' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clute spent Sunday near Diagonal at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bailey. Be sure to ask us about the Angel Food Cake Contest Nov. 23. (Boy Scout Benefit). Red & White Store. Mrs. Dora Dupree left Tuesday evening for her home at Atkinson, 111. She had been visiting at the home of her cousin, Mrs. J. P. Recknor. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Litter of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barrans and Marylin Ethington spent Wednesday at the Clovermead farm, helping little The W.C.T.U. met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jim Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pine called on Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wray Tuesday evening. Rev. Homer Caskey of Omaha was a dinner guest Tuesday at ,the Chas. Wray home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Riley and son Carl of Mercer Center visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riley and family Sunday afternoon. Miss Louise Wilson of Corning is staying with her friend, Miss Leatha Riley. Miss Mayme Dotson visited the Stringtown school last Wednesday afternoon. Fifteen visitors were present. MLss Wilma Ambrose is teacher. When relatives of Charles Brumfield of Lixton, Ind., came from Virginia to attend his funeral they found him mixing concrete to repair his garage. A hard driven ball struck Mrs. John Marter of Wisconsin in the eye after it had crashed through the front door, bounced from the hall into the living room and on into the kitchen, where she was cooking a meal. Mart Oberly, 'state highway engineer reported "lost" a bridge at Knob town, Mo. Thiev- $1.00 WORTH OF Old Reliable Acme plus Sow's Milk and Pasture (no corn) feeds each pig all the ACME he will eat until— -3— months of age, weans all pigs with the sow at —8— weeks, retains the BABY PIG ,FAT, prevents the RUNTS and SET-BACKS. Pigs fed ACME weigh 65 to 90 Ibs. at -3- months. The Best and Cheapest Ration You Ever Fed Pay When You Sell Your Hogs NOTICE Velda Wray was an over night guest of Leatha Riley Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walter of northwest Lenox vicinity visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wray Sunday afternoon. The Salem Aid will meet with the new president, Mrs. Leo Wray, Wednesday afternoon. Real Estate IS OFTEN BOUGHT, SOLD, THROUGH TIME TABLE WANT ADS* TRY IT! As I have been called away from town to be gone for a couple of weeks beginning Sunday, Nov. 17, this is to notify my patients that I will not be in my office until after Thanksgiving. The office will be open during the time I am gone so that you may get in touch with me if necessary. Dr. M. J. Sluss OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OFFICE IK HOTEL BLDG. LENOX. IOWA Stringtown )rds Lead In 17 counties comprising the Des Moines "rtory, a total of 4,504 cars of ALL MAKfc& .W sold between January 1,1935 and October 11935, i Of these, 49% were FORDS. IERE IS THE PICTURE ii »w . BLUy Barrans celebrate his birthday. Mrs. R. H. McClintock and children of Carroll, came Saturday, visiting until Monday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walter. Ralph Green and sister, Miss Laura Green of Clearfield, were shopping in Lenox, Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. J. J. Walter were guests Tuesday evening at a pheasant dinrier at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Walter. Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Mills spent Sunday and Monday in Omaha. John Eberle returned Tuesday evening from Jim Reipe from Arispe was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Birdie Brown of Creston visited part of last week at the Virgil Weber home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller were Creston visitors last Gri- day, when Mr. Moeller was having some dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Parsons and family moved last Friday to Bedford. Mr. Parsons has been in very poor health and thought it advisable to leave the farm. Mr. Knotter of Springfield, Mo preached at the Stringtown church and at Lenox, at the Presbyterian church. A. L. Buxton was a Corning visitor last Friday. Foot Comfort Demonstration SATURDAY, NOV. 16 A special representative from the personal staff of Dr. Wm. A. Scholl of Chicago will be in our store all day on the above date, to conduct free of charge, a special demonstration on the treatment and care of the feet. TURNER'S Since 1868 Corning, Iowa MODEM'S GROCERY DEPARTMENT NAVY BEANS, 10 Ibs. best Mich. CORN MEAL, 5 Ibs. fresh ground MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 8 oz. package NOODLES, 4 oz. package SOUP, Tomato or Vegetable large can —KRAUT, large can HOMINY, 3 No. 2 l /2 cans "Its Smart to be Thrifty"—Trade Here S ntervmeTwhere she had been a hospital for about a week, diagnosis and observation. ), all makes, 100%, fes SOLD. 49% 5JCARSOLD,24% P CAR SOLD, 11% jOTHER MAKES,. 16% Picture Is The Same In Taylor County 5 the same period 168 cars were sold in Taylor county. k OF THESE WERE FORDS Mrs. home in for Prairie Gem The Butterfly Girls met with Nina and Thelma Nelson, Saturday afternoon. The afternoon was spent with games and mus- She is improving slowly. TR. Nelson o^ Kewanee, ., spent the week f nd wi^ Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Davis. Mr. and Kewanee, 111., Mrs. Friday 3enton . Claude Dixon visited at the home of her Mrs. S. T. Wallace, at ic Refreshments sandwiches, cake were were of chicken and cocoa C. M. came Wednesday his brothers. Edward Bubb visited in Wilt of Atlanta, Mo., to visit with served. Those present WC1C Thelma, Jean and Alice Mae Harvey, Merle and Marjorie Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wurster and family spent with Mr. and Mrs. Ledgerwood of Jefferson Ltdgerwood and Mrs. Wurster re sisters. A A Bennet returned to his ome in Missouri last week af- er spending some time with his " * .. m™vir\enn Sunday Nelson Mrs. It has been found that Calcium Carbonate js the best thing to use when cribbing S O FT CORN. It does not cake and is not expensive. Use your own judgment about how much to use. CALCIUM CARBONATE does not injure the X •» /• _A 14- r.A,la PHONE US Phone 165 orn. In omething ister of the Orchard, home of FORD MEANS VALUE ily, over the .. T he Window Opposite S rs « aminer. Dixon & Estel O j a new '36 Ford V-l Sbac^elton. to L. Mrs. Charlie Tompson lov 9, the Butterfly Girls prated their president Ella ^0 "tihlfu^ 'EL" M?; who has been ill with pneumon- a greatly appreciated the love' Sit and shower of letters me club members that called were Nina and Thelma Nelson and Marjorie Ferguson and Alice Mae Harvey Mr and Mrs. Geo. Ferguson anTfamily were Sunday dinne Mr. and Mrs. J. P guests with Mr Recknor. fact, it to the adds feed value of the corn. We have it at 85C per hundred Order Now Guaranteed mineral for all livestock and poultry at $2,95 per hundred | Carries a written guarantee Anderson Produce for Quick Quality R I N Jot Down Our Number T I You will find our printing service prompt and accurate. Our available type faces and stocks, and expert pressmen all combine to turn out as fine a piece of work as you could ask for. Circulars, broadsides, booklets, etc. Lenox Time-Table and Mrs. Herman Wur- IIIIIBIIUfl!

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