Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 14, 1935 · Page 8
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA School (Co^.^^.cd from page one) ing to the Mt. Ayr-Leon game. Leon won by a score of 7-6. Showers Miss Francena Sterns, music teacher, who is leaving Lenox, was showered with gifts last week. In appreciation for her good work and interest here, the girls glee club presented her with a lamp, the boys glee club, a manicuring set and a box of candy, the orchestra, a piano scarf, the fifth grade, a fruit shower and fruit and nut dish, sixth grade, a scarf, seventh grade, a fruit shower. Numerous individual presents were also given her. Home Economics Last Thursday the first division of the Home Economics class was divided into two sections, and the A section entertained the B's, Mr. Parker, Mr. Ford and Miss Sterns at a breakfast. On Friday, division two of the class was divided into sections also, with section A serving the B's, Mrs. Moyle, Wlma Miller, Marian Pierce and Miss Clark, at a breakfast. This week they will study the "Lunch Unit". Armistice Day The nine upper grades were dismissed Monday at 10:35 to attend the Armistice Day program and the Lenox-Clearfield game in the afternoon. Junior Play "That's One On Bill", is the name of the Junior Play to be given some time before Thanksgiving. Tryouts were held Tuesday evening. Commercial Dep't The bookkeeping class has finished the first practice set of books. The stenography class is •working on the Gregg transcription test. Jean Harvey and Mildred Walker have passed the sixty word test and are waiting for certificates. The typing classes are working for medajs for speed. A speed test is given every Friday. First Grade Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Paul Davis were visitors last week. Milo Kimball is back in school after a two weeks' absence. Second Grade There were 16 A's in spelling Friday. A few blades of wheat have sprung up in the various bowls that were planted by the children last week. Several new library books have been added to the library. Mrs. K. U. Parker, Mrs. H. R. Parker of Des Moines, and Mrs. Connor were visitors last week. Huch 1935 Corn Is Unfit To Plant Next Spring The Third Grade following new officers were elected: Desk Inspector—James Gray. Health Inspector — Donald Bunn. Librarian—Roland Walter. Wastobasket—John Perham. Pencil Sharpener — Garland Buxton. These pupils learned a new Indian poem in language. Alfreda Reynolds and Margaret Carruthers told stories in here last Friday. Last Friday there were 10 A's in spelling. Dorothy Bubb is still absent from this grade. Fourth Grade "Indians" is the topic being outlined in English. A large turkey has attracted attention in spelling. Whenever a pupil gets an A he or she gets to color one of the turkey's feathers. Last Friday there were nine A's in spelling. Colonial silhouettes are being made in art class. Charley Manroe and Bobby Reynolds were absent one week on account of illness. Mrs. Jesse Wynn and Mrs. James Eller were visitors in this grade. Fifth Grade Answers to letters written the Orient boys and girls in the fifth grade, brought answers last week. The bulletin board is devoted to material on good books. A bookcase was made on paper and everytime they read a book they get to put a piece of paper which represents the book, in the bookcase. Sides were chosen in spelling. Vivian Moore is captain of the "Turkeys", and John Harlan Economy Store * BLANKETS, cotton, 70x80, pr $1.79 BLANKETS, part wool, 70x80, pr. $2.79 UNDERWEAR, womens rayon striped 49c HOSIERY, women's pure thread silk 39c HUSKING MITTENS & GLOVES 10 oz. wgt. 17c pajr;_$1.79 doz. 12 oz. wgt. 19c pair; $1.95 doz. SALE GALVANIZED WASH TUBS Round medium size 49c round, large size 59c square, medium size 59c Square, large size 69c • " - » • —«^^^^H«>^^^^H^^Mmi^^MOTHBMMB|MMHB^^H Shoe Close Out Sale If you have not benefited by this close out shoe sale, do it at these cut prices. Men's Blanket Lined JACKETS $1.79 Men's 2-Buckel RUBBERS $1.59 Children's Hose pair 13c Mens Heavy Ribbed Underwear 98c Cranberries, 2 qt. 35c IGA Pancake Flour, 5 Ib. sack _29c IGA Laundry Soap, 5 bars 19c Raisins, 2 Ib. 17c Mens Cotton Sweaters sizes 36-46 98c Apples, 10 Ibs. __25c Wheaties, 2 pkgs. 22c Toilet Tissue, 3 rolls 10c IGA Soap Grains 17c Vogel & Wood Here. Co. Lenox, Iowa Molds and Frost Injuries Have Weakened Germination Quality More than 60 percent of the 1935 corn crop in the state probably contains mold, recent field observations and laboratory tests indicate. Prevalence of the dry rots together with frost injuries, both of which have damaged the viability of the crop, make it unwise to save such corn for seed, says R. H. Porter, chief of the seed laboratory at Iowa State College. Hundreds of ears of corn harvested the last week in October appeared normal on the outside, but when they were broken, mold was discovered. In some cases the germs of the kernels were completely rotted—in other cases only partially rotted, Porter states. In advanced stages of mold the kernels are practically always dead. Samples selected early and dried by artificial heat show a germination of 85 to 95 percent. Samples with visible signs of disease run as low as 50 percent viability. Hybrids Affected Too Joe L. Robinson, crops specialist working with corn hybrids in the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Association, states that hybrids are affected with Abbitt is captain of the "Four Ten Shotguns". Sixth Grade Sides were chosen in spelling with Lyle Hayes acting as captain of the "Lenox Flying Eagles" and Bobby Wynn, captain of the "Lenox Spelling Aces". The former are in the lead at present. Last Friday there were 15 A's in spelling. "Multiplication of fractions" is being studied in arithmetic. As this is National Book Week the bulletin board is devoted to material on "Why We Should Read Good Books". Luella Deaver was absent one day last week. Mrs. Wynn visited last week. Seventh Grade "American Revolution" is being studied in history. In reading they are studying Shakespeare and his stories. Eighth Grade Eighth graders are studying "how to make our community more beautiful", in civics. The boys are progressing rapidly in basketball . dry rots equally as much as open pollinated varieties. Hybrid corn that does not meet the 90 percent germination requirement cannot be accepted as certified seed. Robinson warns farmers against buying hybrid seed that is not certified, stressing the fact that uncertified hybrids may be unprofiable not only because of their uncertain yield, but also because they are not guaranteed to germinate at least 90 percent. The 1935 growing season was shortened by a cold, backward spring and an early killing frost. At the time of the first killing frost the moisture content of the corn in the field was high. Following the September frost, the state received considerable rainfall, accompanied by a warm period in October. It is probable, Porter believes,. that the dry rots made their greatest progress during this warm period when the humidity of the air and the moisture content of the corn were high. Samples Should Be Taken All farmers, whether they have selected seed corn or not, should investigate their crop immediately for germination quality, Porter advises. A sample of 8 or 10 kernels from each seed ear should be either left with the local county agent or sent direct to the seed laboratory at Iowa State College for testing. Porter recommends that all seed corn be treated with mercury dust before planting next spring. Experiments conducted during the last 8 years show that an increase averaging 4 bushels per acre may be expected from treated seed over untreated seed, and the diseased condition of the 1935 crop makes it unusually desirable to treat corn next spring. Read the new serial story starting in this issue You Get a Better TRACTOR FOR LESS MONEY in the AHis-Chalmers LENOX MOTOR CO. -: Professional Cards :- GEO. L. GOOD ALE 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 Frank Wisdom O. J. Kirketeg Wisdom & Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of estates Bedford, Iowa Thermo Royal The 10,000 Mile ANTI-FREEZE for ,Your Radiator In a test drive from Medicine Hat, Alberta, to Mexico City, D. F., 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 SHale FARM AUCTION eason When you hold a sale, Remember THIS PAPER WILL BRING BIDDERS TO YOUR SALE FROM THIS ENTIRE COMMUNITY You Want More Bidders BIDDERS are attracted to a sale through Advertising. The larger the Advertisement used the greater is the attention given to what you have to sell. The size of the Advertisement regulates the cost. It also brings more and better bidders to your sale. ONE EXTRA BIDDER, in many cases, would more than offset the cost of the additional space used. ADVERTISE IN The Lenox Time Table To reach the largest number of farmers in this community, t I • 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 Dad's Favorite. A Guaranteed to pl ease J " Ib. Sack Flavorite, a mild sweet Santos 3 Ibs. Giant bars Crystal with l 10c Super Suds I HILLED FOODS SAU • Milled grains, now as always, hold an i mt • ant place in the every day diet. For 2 health's sake—eat a lot of them. Corn Meal Ibs., white "I Hp or yellow , •* ' ^ Whole Wheat or Graham Flour Ibs. 22c • • Wheat Neal The ideal hot breakfast Ibs. 15c Rolled Ib. Pkg. ll Oatmeal Quick or Regul large rj sze Pancake Flour Dad's Favorit Oi/2 O pkg. • Quality Meats] Save and Serve With Pride [ Round T-Bone or Sirloin STEAK tender and tasty, LB. $| • • i Oleo A quality nut Margarine 2 pounds .3! • Compound 2 For cooking. RATE—lOc per line for first insertion; 5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per inch. For Sale FOR SALE — Fall and spring Spotted Poland China boars. Thick, easy feeders. Wm. Notz, mile west Creston depot. 7-2 FOR SALE — Dry black wood. Also standing trees. W. F. Tripp, Kent. 7-tf FOR SALE—3 red brood sows. W. E. Young, Lenox. 7-1 FOR SALE — Baled straw, by bale or ton. Phone 204F03. 7-2p FOR SALE—Power washer. O. A. Young. 7-1 DUROC JERSEY BOARS — A few late spring farrow, ready tor service. The poor man's log at the poor man's price. J. F. Walter. 7-2p FOR SALE—Hedge posts, both line and corner. Ben Reimer. 6-tf FOR SALE—Schroeder corn elevator and McCormick shredder. G. A. Boone, Lenox. 6-2p FOR SALE — Hampshire boars, pure bred, cholera immune. 3 miles sw of Clearfleld. Sam England. 6-5 FOR SALE — Sharp price cut trousers. Limited time] Fred Abernathy. FOR SALE—Some „ oughbred Hampshire pigs, cholera immune, a« ers prices Walter England N.E. of Clearfleld. FOR SALE-PunTbred Poland China_jpring| '.mmune. Cecil Wanted MAN WANTED for Route of 800 famili' today, Rawleigh, Dept. -SA, Freeport, 111. TIMOTHY SEED are in the market for thy seed. Would buy S J beans if good. Would n to buy many Majchu beans. J. W. Abraham, B flocks for eggs t for hatching purP e " „ Community Hatchery, -.,•,-•-.- : ' ... .1 ". , y<

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