Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 21, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 21, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA THURSDAY, OCIETD Taylor County Sunday School Convention The east district of Taylor county Sunday school convention was held at the Presbyterian church in Sharpsburg last Sunday afternoon. One hundred and twenty were present and fifteen schools were represented. The Sunday School from the Church of Christ at Clearfleld had the largest delegation present. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows, president, Mrs. Robert Potts, Lenox; secretary, Miss Carol Shum, Sharpsburg; Children's division superintendent, Miss Vera Owens, Clearfleld; young people's division superintendent, Miss Mildred Sage, Clearfield; adult division superintendent, Mrs. Ike Kuburz, Conway. Mrs. Clifford Underwood of Sharpsburg conducted the song service. Worship Symposium was divided into three divisions, the first, music in worship, was given by Rev. Hutchman of Clearfield; second, Scripture in Worship, by Rev. J. A. Walls of Conway; and third was Prayer in Worship, by Rev. Thompson of Lenox. A playlet, "Cashing in on Faith", by the Hawkeyes, a group of young people of the county, who have attended the State Training School at Oskaloosa, was given. The Worship Service, placed at the close of the program so there would be no interuption, •was in charge of Mrs. Robert Potts of Lenox. A large delegation from the Lenox churches •' attended. Sharpsburg W. C. T. U Met Wednesday ; The Sharpsburg Women's Christian Temperance Union met Wednesday at the home of Elizabeth Pennebaker. The meeting opened with Crusade Hymn and Crusade Psalm. Members • answered roll call •with current events. Mrs. Carrie Pinney was appointed Lookout Committee. The program committee reported the following Highlights for the coming year: May—Cookie shower for soldiers and sailors. June—Missionary Tea. August—Shower for Benedict Home. Mrs. Mary Underwood read a letter from Mrs. Ruth M. White recording secretary of state W C.T^tr., which was a tribute to Mrs. Alta Lewellen, who has passed on. en Pine, Mrs. Jesse Wynn, Mrs. J. J. Oundermon, Mrs. Andrew Stoaks, Mrs. Clarence Olson. Refreshments were served by he hostess. leeting Of ,. F. G. Club The Misses Ruby and Susan 'aylor entertained the L. F. G. lub at their home last Friday light. Twelve members were >resent and responded to roll all with "Favorite Thanksgiv- ng Recipes". Miss May Kilby read a paper i "Whistler's Masterpieces". Four games of bridge were layed and Mrs. Ola Abbitt held igh score. Lunch was served y the hostesses. ,ong-Welch bedding A wedding, which will be a urprise to friends, is that of Irs. Mabel Welch of Lenox, owa, to G. L. Long of Columus, Nebr., which was solemniz- d at Omaha, Nebr., Friday, ov. 15, 1935. The double ring eremony was used. The new ome of the couple will be in Columbus, Nebr. First Meeting of Jeanery Held The first meeting of the Creson Deanery was held Nov. 12, t the home of Mrs. Matt Conway with a 1 o'clock pot luck uncheon. Following this the The Union voted to buy uniforms for' cheer leaders of the High School. Mattie Reed, president, gave a very interesting repot on rthe State Convention held at Waterloo. The meeting closed with the benediction. The December meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Elta Young. Mrs. Bricker Bridge Hostess Mrs. O. E. Bricker entertained at bridge Wednesday afternoon November 13. Eight tables were arranged for the play. Prizes were awarded Mrs Herm Beemer, who received th< traveling prize, Mrs. Roland Walter, first prize, Mrs. J. B Wood, second, Mrs. K. U. Parker consolation prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Meeting Of Woman's Belief Corps The Woman's Relief Corp was entertained at the home o Mrs. Emma Hayes Thursday af ternoon; The afternoon was spent in quilting. Eleven were present. The guests were Mrs. Lewis Hewitt, Miss Irene Hayes. A sack lunch was served. The next regular meeting will be at the Legion hall, Wednesday afternoon, November 27. meeting was called to order by VIrs. Martin Britten, president f the Creston Deanery. The purpose of this meeting was to instruct the committee heads the work which she expects hem to carry for the coming ear. On Sunday, January 12, 936, the next meeting of the Jreston Deanery will be held at Corning, Iowa, with a 1 o'clock uncheon, preceding a deanery meeting, the board meeting will be held. At this time all chairmen for the year are expected 10 have a complete outline ; of he work which they intend to accomplish. Pre-nuptial Shower Mrs. Earl Wilson and Miss Louise Wurster entertained a number of guests at a pre-nup- ;ial shower in honor of Miss Lu ella Beach, Monday evening Nov. 18, at the Wurster resi dence. The everting was spent play ing bridge with Mrs. Dale Reim er winning high score, afte which the honorary guest wa presented with many beautifu and useful gifts. A dainty lunch was served by the hos tesses and the guests departe extending their best wishes t the bride-to-be. Invited guests included: Mrs Dale Reimer, Mrs. Ed Hurly Mrs. Rollie Bender, Mrs. Georg Gray, Mrs. Horace Fleming Mrs. Clifford Smith, Miss Bernice Hunter, Miss Virginia Huff, Miss Genevieve Maharry, Miss Gladys Anderson, Miss Frances Entertained Guests Mr. and Mrs. Hume Fry entertained as their guests Friday evening, November 15, Mr. and Mrs. Will Becherer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keith and Virgil Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Eckler and Billie, Ward and Harvey Haas. At refreshments consisting of apple salad and whipped cream, offee and cake were served by he hostess. iitertained at Bridge Mrs. H. A. Stephenson"enteF- ained at bridge last Friday af- ernoon. Five tables were ar- anged for the play. Mrs. O. E. Jricker received high score rize. Mrs. Herman Holben, the cond high prize. The three who were entitled o the traveling prize, Mrs. K. ]. Parker, Mrs. Ralond Walter nd Mrs. O. E. Bricker. Mrs. Jricker holding the highest core, was awarded the prize.; Dainty refreshments were ser- ed by the hostess. fleeting Of 1. F. O. Club Wednesday afternoon at Hotel Lenox, Mrs. Allen Pnie was hos- ,ess to the' M. F. O. Club. Twelve members and three guests were wresent.. Guests were Mrs. Fred Pine, Mrs. Lee Haas and Mrs. Leo Caskey. Mrs. John Porter read a pap- r, "A Negro Looks at his Own Race"l Negro Spirituals were ung, in costume. Mrs. Porter was assisted on the program by VIrs. K. R. Huff, Mrs. O. L. lopeland and Mrs. Floyd Boltinghouse. Forty-two was played during the social hour, with Mrs. Leo Caskey receiving the uest prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess. hapter F W P. E. O. Miss Norma Bush was hostess ast Thursday, evening to the regular meeting of Chapter FW, P. E. O. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Roy Long. Fifteen members were present and responded to roll call with "Iowa School News". Mrs. Ben Walter read a paper on "Cottey College"; also an article on "We Buy New Students". Mrs. Mary Moyle read a paper on "Streamlining Education". The next meeting will be with Mrs. O. L. Copeland, Monday evening, December 2. Lenox Fortnightly Club Meets Mrs. John Eberle was hostess to the members of the Fortnightly club, at her home Wednesday afternoon. Twelve members were present. A Thanksgiving story, "Why We Have Turkey For Thanksgiving" was read by Mrs. Arlo Thursday, November 21 The Missionary society of the late hour Presbyterian church will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Margaret Shannon. Altar Society will meet with Mrs. J. E. Cameron this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Sam Wurster and Mrs. Ray Cameron are the assisting hostesses. The American Leigon Auxiliary will meet this evening at the Legion hall. Hostesses are Mrs. R. E. Phillips and Mrs. Elmer Miller. I Tri of the Church of Christ meets this evening with Miss Maxine Day. The Priscilla Circle of the M. E. church will meet this afternoon in" the basement of the church. Hostesses are Mesdames Carrie Dahlberg, Alma McCurdy and Ida Crabtree. Friday, November 22 The Ladies Aid society of the Church of Christ will meet this afternoon with Mrs. A. H. Capps. A sack lunch will be served. The Westminster Fellowship group of the Presbyterian church will hold a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beck, this evening. Saturday, November 23 The M. E. Ladies are serving oysters, at the Arnold Building this evening. Tuesday, November 26 "'The Aftermath", a prohibition play under the auspices of the local W.C.T.U., will be given in the M. E. church this evening. A free will offering will be taken. The Dorcas Society of the Presbyterian church will med Stringtown Garth Brown is absent from is school duties at Corning, on ccount of a seige of chicken ox. Fred Weber was a Creston usiness visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller nd Shirley and Raydene, Mr. nd Mrs. Roy Bush and Lyle nd Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Recknor vere dinner guests Sunday at Geo. Ferguson's. Mrs. Harry Reese and Mrs. Doris Hanson went to Waterloo ast week, called there by the erious illness of their father, VIr. Gaston. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bush enter- ained the following guests last 'hursday evening at an oyster upper: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duly, VIr. and Mrs. Chas. Case, Juanta and Rowena, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rundlett, Lester, Sarah and Glen, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bush and Orvin. Next meeting at H. M. Bush's at a Christmas arty. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Symonds moved last week to the farm acated by the Elvin Parsons amily. Mr. Symmonds will work for Paul Reipe. Ladies Aid met last week on Wednesday at the church basement. Plans were made for the ,nnual bazaar to be held Nov. 29. Jean McGregor was unable to attend school .at Corning high part of last week, on account of llness. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wray and- children were Sunday guests at he home of Mrs. Wray's moth- ;r, Mrs, Rboina Hoskinson iri 3orning. Mrs. Hoskinson has ust returned from a, six weeks' visit in Milwaukee with her at the Hotel this Mrs. Clarence Olson Richard. "Thoughts An on article on Thaiiksgiving" Carrie Lauglin, Peacock, Miss Lesher, Miss Miss Mildred Nadine Davis. Miss Eloise Bricker, Miss Loleta Boltinghouse, Miss Marian Cheese, Miss Velma Haas, and the honored guest, Miss Luella Beach. Salome Chapter O. E. S. The regular meeting ome chapter was held of in Salthe Thursday Girls Meeting Mrs. Leo Caskey and Mrs. Harry Preston entertained the Thursday Girls at the hotel, Thursday afternoon, November 14. For devotionals the entire group sang Blest Be The Tie That Binds, followed by the Lord's prayer. This 1 , being election of officers the following officers were elected: president, Claudia Severn; vice president, Bertha Gordon, secretary, Ruby Miller; treasurer, MyrtJfi Haynes. Guests present were Mrs. Al- Masonic hall, Tuesday evening. About forty-five members and guests were present, the guests were: Mrs. Eara Douglas, Mrs. H. C. Dougan, Mrs. Everett Kennedy and Miss Marie Evans. During the business meeting the Worthy Matron, Mrs. F. E. Holben, gave an interesting report of Grand chapter. Following the closing of the chapter, a short but interesting program was given in honor of the Past Matrons who were guests of the chapter. The program was in charge of Mrs. Claude Dixon. W. C. Lewis sang two numbers. The male qlartet, composed of J. H. Barber, W. H. Cash, W. C. Lewis and O. P. Arnold, sang two numbers. Mrs. W. H. Cash gave two readings. Mrs. Sweeley, president of the Past Matrons club, responded in behalf of the club. Dainty refreshments were served in the dining room. Seventeen Past Matrons were seated at one long table, which was very pretty in white linen with decorations of yellow and green and place cards and little favors were at each plac e. was read by Mrs. J. J. Walter. At the close of the bridge play, Mrs. W. H. Madden received the high club score. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The: next meeting will be with Mrs. Arlo Richard. Meeting Of M. F. C. Club Mrs. Mary Leckliter was hostess to the M. F. C. Club, Wednesday afternoon at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. G. Leckliter. Her invited guests were Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Mrs. Russell Key, Mrs, Paul Davis, Mrs. Frances Folcy and Mrs. J. G. Leckliter. The Thanksgiving program consisted of the reading of "The Courtship of Miles Standish", by Mrs. Mary Sweeley. The News Outline was given by Mrs. W. J. Kilby. The selected number, A Thanksgiving story, was read by Miss Ruth Lbwn. Thirteen members responded to roll call with a Thanksgiving verse. Rook was played during the social hour. A two course dinner was served by the hostess. W. C. T. U. Met Tuesday Afternoon The W.C.T.U. met with Mrs. F. E. Wilson Tuesday afternoon, the first part of the meeting was given over to Mrs. Chas. Reed qf Sharpsburg, who brought a very interesting report from the state convention in Waterloo last month. The business part of the meeting was largely concerning collection of dues and committees appointed. Visitors were Mrs. Reed, Mrs,. Byrpn Butler and Miss Hazel Butler of Sharpsburg, Mrs, Marvel, Shum and Mrs. Rupe of Lenox. The meetings with Mrs. Wilson are always very enjoyable ones. afternoon and Mrs Ray Hayes are the hostesses. Wednesday, November 27 The Woman's Relief Corps is meeting today (Wednesday) in stead of tomorrow. The meet ing will be in the Legion hall Following the business meeting they will work on the quilt. Prairie Star Events A pot luck dinner was held Sunday at the Prairie Sta church, after the services. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Camp bell of Lenox were over nigh guests Saturday, with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Camp bell. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hewitt Irene and Helen, Mr. and Mrs Ray Hewitt, June, Virginia am Phyllis, visited with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Or ville Shawler and family, Sun day. Mrs. Leland Campbell visitei Sunday afternoon in the Ir Campbell home. Mrs. Arta Morley gave : birthday dinner Sunday in hon or of her daughter Ethel, an Mrs. Willard Campbell. Other present were Willard Campbel and son Haldean, Mr. and Mrs Lester Dotson and son, and Har ley Morley. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lead were Sunday visitors with their son, Alvin and family. Ira Campbell, Chester am Leland, visited noon in the Sunday after Elsie Simpsor home; also with Ira's mother Mrs. Torn Campbell, near Cres ton. Mrs. Chester ampbell vis ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Earl Toland in Kent. Wilda Hiley, who runs transfer truck from Omaha t< New York, visited Sunday nigh with his family, leaving Mon day, to make the trip again. Gene Paisley of near Decatur Iowa, was helping Edwin Butle with his light plant Sunday, The pupils of Sunny Hill en joyed last Wednesday afternoor vacation, due to Miss Doris Den hart attending the teacher, meeting. Hugh Clipson, Wilda and Ar Hiley, called on Wess Leach Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fine and children were Sunday Visitors ir the Earl Brown home. He has been suffering from blood pois* oning in his hand. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hurley spent the week end at Winterset in the home of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hurley. three daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gibson and daughter and Van and Grace Gibson, were dinner guests at the Carl Duey home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curts and two daughters, Cella and Mildred of Council Bluffs, spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. Kate Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Case and daughters spent Sunday at the Ralph Gibson home in Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCafferty and children of Prescott, were dinner guests Sunday at the Fred Olson home. Maxine Young of Prescott spent the week end at Mart Stewart's. Ellen Grace Gibson and pupils at Union No. 8, gave a fine program and supper last Friday evening at the school house. A very large crowd attended and a nice little sum was realized from, the sale of the boxes and pies. Miss Lucile Rough held the lucky number that drew the blanket. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Rural Schools iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiii Lincoln No. 3, Ringgold Co. Bernice Kilby, teacher The school gave the program over Wednesday night, November 6. There was a very large crowd attending. We were glad we gave it over. Alice Oshel has had a hun- derd percent in spelling since schobrstarted. Marguerite Watkins has missed one word, and Virginia Heaps has missed,two words since school started. 21, The LCH O Publish, *s>s»& advance. end this month. We have the Turkeys and Friday both sides, that loses will tre< other side the month. We are planning paren j iting day soon. Marguerite V/J ——— CARD OF We wish to express cere thanks for the h sympathy extended dutlt recent bereavement of of our dear daughter ter. We especially thank those for the floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. James j and family CARD OF THANKsl We wish in this • our friends and nelghb. the assistance arid symJ given us during the long of our wife and motherl also wish to thank tha sent flowers. J. B. Boltinghouse and Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Boltl V EBSH1J ON OCTOBER 31 of last year. Henry Ford announced his intention to build a million Ford V-8s in 1935. We are pleased to report that this goal was reached in exactly ten months instead of a full year. One million cars and trucks is an impressive total. But figures by themselves mean nothing. It is what they represent within reach of the people. Producing it has provided steady work for hundreds of thousands of men in the Ford plants, in associated industries and on the farm. These million Ford V-8 cars and trucks have helped to make things better all around. In the first ten months of 1935 the Ford Motor Company paid out, in that counts. Selling a V-8 at a low price' United States alone. $140,119.326.00 in has brought a new kind of automobile wages and $523,111,389.00 for m<Aen<A*- FORD MOTOR COMPANY BUILDER OP FOBD, LINCOLN AND LINCOLN.2EPHYH MOTOB CABS THE NEW FORD V-8 FOB 1936 IS NOW ON DISPLAY. THE CAR THAI LED ALL OTHERS IN M* HAS BEEN MADE STILL BETTER FOB THE NEW YEAB FORDS ARE THE LEADING CAR IN LENOX AND TAYLOR There must be a reason DIXON & ESTEL CO, YOUR DEALER

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