Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 21, 1935 · Page 3
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 21, 1935
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\rnVEMBER 21, 1935 ^ -; •-- ~ field Events Auxiliary Met an 's Auxiliary of Tn church met In the Nov. 14 with a Mrs. Bert ifalth fade of our Fathers" Readings of the Mrs. Mae Weirick, Rupert and Mrs. Him", followed •Mrs. by Mrs. Clyde Rupert and t callahan. meeting was the president, con- Mrs. was decided December 4, j of December 7. leats of sandwiches J ee we re served by the Mri Mae Weirick, , Rupert and Mrs. aere. A few years ago he moved Bedford with his daughter, and from there to Maryville, where he died. Funeral services were held in bhe United Presbyterian church at Clearfleld, Thursday, Nov. 14 at 2 p.m., Rev. H. B. Hutchman officiating. Interment in Clearfield cemetery. Singers were Guy Henderson, Mrs. J. M. Stephenson, Mrs. Myrta Young and F. C. Heaton, accompanied by Miss Maude Hamilton. Pall bearers were J. M. Stephinson, Claude Brown, Bert Brown, Tom Henderson, Ed Owns and John Knox. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen of Tingley, Iowa, and Miss Una ole of the Sudan, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mj, Stephenson.; Miss. Cole gave a very interesting talk at ;he Thanksgiving service in the wh Night Program Church Night Program ' le , d at the Christian Friday night, Nov. 15. ' was responsible for jTon the program, and „ enjoyed by all pres- t the close of the profit Nystrand gave a junents of pie and cof- e served by the commit- Itharge. I Social Union Met Isocial Union of the Unit- jyterian church met at |p. Steward home, Friday i all day meeting. Two .finished and several [articles were completed. ,j the bazaar were talk- i, the bazaar will be held ; Saturday, Nov. 23, at rch, A chicken dinner ier will be served along > bazaar. jns-Ridpath Marriage i Stephens of Clearfleld, i Miss Illah Ridpath of Iowa, were married i evening, Nov. 9, at 6 Ijn the Presbyterian par- lit Bedford, Iowa, the officiated. fThey npanied by Easterly I Mi&s Joanne Siverly. 1 is the youngest son of 1 Mrs. George Stephens, |»ell known and respect- 1 who know him. Ulan daughter of Mr. , John Ridpath of Os- i, but formerly of Clear- I Is known by a large i community. filiations and best extended to this | couple. Oyster Supper Iday evening an oyster held at .the United alan church for the dboys. Thirty-five men swe seated at the taps the supper a talk was Carl Parsons o: He was accompanied II Anderson of Clarinda »toy-C. C. Miller i Chalmers Miller, son of land Jeanette Miller, »In Rockbridge county, i April 21, 1851, and home in Maryville, i on November 12, at t of 84 years, 6 months "iys. at the age of five ime wth his parents county, Mo., where on a farm four and miles southwest of i life Mr. Miller made m of his faith uniting i first Presbyteran 1 Memphis, Mo., later "tag his membership to ' i Presbyterian church 'd, Iowa. 'married to Mary Eson Nov. 11, 1890, ed him in death on '!, 1933, two years ago. IJittvived by his daughter, pile weeda and two «, Miller and Don- three sisters, Miss *, Mrs. J. N. Neese, • A ' P. Patterson; four W. H. Miller, Jas. W. ;P. Miller and John F. have preceded him he was in failing came as a. shock Loving hands 11 aid could not stay °l death. to was a man of faith w and entered upon 1 upon which he could. God's blessing. As a lather, grandfather, • he had played well 1 nas left a Christian and influence, was a former res- 'Wfleld, having been business enterprises Presbtyerian church morning. More than taken in at this ser- United Sabbath ;50 were vice. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jamison of Redding were Sunday guests of ils mother, Mrs. Jennie Jamison. Mrs. Palmer of Redding is lere caring for Mrs. Jamison. Guy Reynolds has been quite 11 at his home in east Clearfield jut is some better at this writ- ng, although not able to work. Edgar Seward has been ill since Friday with the flu, but .s better now. Mrs. Zeta Kay and daughters, Leah, Blanche and Lois, were week end visitors at the home of her sister, Mrs. Rood, in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Parkins and daughter, Mary Geneva, were callers at the Frank Steward home, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ruby of _olorado Springs, Colo., spent Wednesday and Thursday with their cousins, Mrs. George Nickel and Clem Ruby. Mrs. Haynes of Creston spent few days with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Cregeen. Bud Robinson and Floyd Miller took a truck load of timothy seed to Chicago Thursday, and returned home Saturday. Ed Delaney and two sons, Lee and Orville of Creston, attend- - - Miller Mr. De- here in ed the funeral of C. C. last Thursday at the__Unlted Presbyterian church. " ~" laney was a resident Clearfield several years ago, thus he found a few who remembered him. •p H Cullings suffered a heart attack' last Wednesday night. His son and wife of Audubon, Iowa, came Wednesday night tc help care for him. Harry Cole attended a basket- in Maloy Thursday THE LENOX TIME TABLE. LENOX. IOWA came were daughter Lucile, Art Caven and family ,» clc tnem to spend the Shenandoah visitors Saturday. " mother, Mrs. Mary Maxine is now enjoying a new bicycle purchased that day. and Mrs. Ova Blain are I Mrs. Mabel Brown and Mrs. the parents of a daughter, born Friday, Nov. 15. Mrs. Roe Reed, Mrs. Art Con- Mertie Barber of Blanche, Gal., came last Thursday to help care for tehir mother, Mrs. Amy away and sister, Miss Lydia Colvin, who Is quite ill. Blosser of Moulton, Iowa, Mrs. Phil Cooper, Mrs. Dean Clark, Mrs. Blaine Robinson of Clearfleld Is spending much Mrs. Beryl Fulton and Mrs. Will time here with her mother, Mrs. Hofmeister attended the cook- Colvin. ing school at Bedford last Wednesday afternoon. Guy Brown went to Denver, Col., last week to join his family Mr. and Mrs. Ed Underwood who went there several weeks and sons spent last Sunday and; ago for Mrs. Brown's health. He Monday with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parrish. They had not met for some years. They were enroute from Oklahoma to their home in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steward, Mrs. Josie Montville and Woodson L. Swope attended to business in Clarinda and Maryville, Mo., last Tuesday. William Williams and brother in-law, Elmo Nelson of Des Moines, spent Sunday at the home of Elmo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nelson. His wife and son are visiting with his parents. L. H. Andrews, daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Shoenhair and Marcella called at the home of Marcella's aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Stermmel in Lenox, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Freeda Bush spent last Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Claude Bartels, at Athleston, Iowa. Sunday, Nov. 17 being the birthday of Howard Stephens, relatives to the number of 27 went in to help him celebrate has employment there. Floyd Thornton and family and Cecil Smith of Braddyville visited at the Clyde Me Arthur home Sunday afternoon. John Lepley of Maloy spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Mary Denser. Max Griffith spent the week end here with his mother, Mrs. Harmon Boyden. Neighbors and friends gathered at the farm of Ralph Harmon and helped gather his corn the first of the week. SHARPS SCHOOL NOTES The High school book reports were handed in this week. Some very interesting accounts were given of books read the first period. Mrs. Dahlgren met the declamatory people, urging them to work on their selections. We hape to have our local contest before the holidays. The Junior class play, "A Scream in the Dark", a mystery comedy, was presented in a very able manner last Wednesday The Junior class wish- All came with well filled bas- | evening. kets and a splendid dinner was es to thank everyone who helped make their play a success. The Sharpsburg basketball ,eam plays Gravity on Friday evening, November 22. The first enjoyed at the noon hour, served cafeteria style. Sharpsburg The Sharpsburg bank will will soon have two branches, one at Gravity and another to be opened soon at Clearfield. Clyde Filbert of Casey was here the middle of last week, helping Paul Chitty erect a new windmill on the Geo. Cade farm southeast of town. busy wife visitors Russell McArthur is nowadays sawing wood. Harmon Boydon and were Clarinda business Friday. Sveeral from here were called to Bedford on the Grove township coal deal last week. J. W. Campaign of Guss was here Saturday on business and visiting with his parents, The carnival held Saturday ball game night. Marian Kleckner to the hospital in was taken Iowa City Saturday," where he will receive treatment for an infected foot, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Hawk and son Kenneth came Sunday to DUAJ. j.*.^*"* — , spend the day with her mothei Mrs Jennie Jamison, who is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Wal- evening at the The ainnual basketball game game starts promptly at V.30. lome and witness this game. Thanksgiving will be played with Clearfield, Thursday, November 28. The second team ;ame will begin at 7:30. We have had several of our patrons visit our school during American Education Week. We are glad to find so many.-interested in our work and invite you all to come again. We also wish and the churches for cooperating with us. The following grade pupils made 100 percent in spelling last week: Grade 3—Phyllis Grimm, Helen Louise Harmon, Marilyn Pennebaker, Dorothy Reed. Grade 4—Mary Louise Cundy, Hazel Loraine Edwards, Ruby Fickess, Norma Jean Grazier, Howard John. Grade 6—Helen Grazier, Rex McMahill. Grade 7—Bernice Blair, Vivian Bull, Mary Ann Hamblln. Grade 8—Maxine Caven, Alcie Fickess, Paul Fickess, Dora Marie Grimm, Russell Hegwood, Walter McMahill, Mildred Pennebaker, Those attending the meeting of het Taylor County Iowa Teachers at New Market on Wednesday evening, were: Mrs. Ralph A. Rutledge, Okla Dahlgren, Gladys Howes and Muriel Waterman. The Taylor county teachers are holding a meeting once each month this year for the purpose of study and dis- cussin. This is to carry out a five year study plan outlined by Dr. Glass in a meeting held in Bedford this fall. The Sharpsburg basketball squad lost two games to Conway High Friday night. The first team lost 32 to 20, the seconds 28 to 19. Both teams displayed good ball handling. Conway lead throughout the game, the score at the half being 13 to 9. This was not a conference game. We will have a Thanksgiving program in the High school assembly room on Tuesday afternoon, November 26, at 2:30 p m. Two pageants, ,'Thanks For Health", and "The United States Mail Reviews Its History will be presented by the grades and high school. This program is preparing our pupils for the T. B. Christmas Seal sale, which will be carried on Thanksgiving week. Seals are given to messenger children, who carry an envelope to each family in our community. Each family is requested to cooperate by taking as many seals as possible, and returning .the money and remaining seals in the envelope to the committee. The messenger will cal for the envelope within a week Mrs. Bessie Underwood is lo- al chairman for Sharpsbuvg or the Seal sale this year. The logan this year is "Buy Christmas Seals—Protect Your Hame From Tuberculosis." Our patrons and friends are nvited to witness our Thanksgiving program the Tuesday Deore Thanksgiving. The Sharpsburg basketball chedule for 1935-1936 follows: Nov. 5— New Market Nov. 8—Diagonal Nov. 15—Conway Nov. 19—Blockton Nov. 22—Gravity Nov. 28—Clearfield Dec. 17—Blockton (Conf.) Dec. 31 Nodaway Jan. 10—Gravity (Conf.) Jan. 14—New Market (Conf.) Jan. 31—Nodaway (Conf.) Feb. 7-8 — Waubonsie Conference Tournament (Gravity) Feb. 11—Clearfield Feb. 20-21-22 —County Tournament (Bedford) You'll find 30 comics In color every week in the Comic Weekly of the Sunday Chicago Herald and Examiner. Be sure to order your copy from the nearest newsdealer. (Read the Ads) -: Professional Cards :- GEO. L. GOODALE OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORE Lenox, Iowa 0. P. ARNOLD Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa J. H. BARBER Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa IS OFTEN BOUGHT, SOLD. THROUGH TIME TABLE WANT ADSl TRY IT! 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 Q. J. Kfcketeg Wisdom & Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of estates Bedford, Iowa NOTICE I have been called away from town and will not a be in ,my office again until after Thanksgiving. The office will be open during my absence for the convenience of my patients who may want information ,or who wish to get word to me. Dr. M. J. Sluss OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OFFICE IN HOTEL BLDG. LENOX. IOWA £l52525ESE5S5ESH5EffaS35H5ES25H^ Presbyterian church basement was well attended. There was a full evening of entertainment including gypsy fortune tellers, fish ponds and a midway. Refreshments of sandwiches, pie and doughnuts were served. Hazel Dunbar and children of Creston spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McArthur. "How'dja make it do that, Charlie? V Phone 165 Jot Down Our Number for Quick Quality PRINTING You will find our printing service prompt and accurate. Our available type faces and "ocH and expert pressmen all comb™ , o lets, etc. . Lenox Time -Table FAS1MAHTING GASOUNE •^ IN STANDARD flll HISTORY^ 35^ QUICKER WARM-UP WITH NEW STANDARD RED CROWN Don't think r ~~ ^ "tot lively, ft,,*.-/. ure ready. It' an 7 ^ine S^V A" ? r arka % ?«? .•Sa^-aBjsw tout*. EVJ

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