Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 28, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 28, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA OCI ETY! Snnny Sisters Organized 4-H Club The Sunny Sisters organized their 4-H Club November 23, at the home of Wiima Ambrose, the assistant leader. Mrs. Dewey Evan has been chosen leade for the coming year. We are taking up as our pro Ject, oven products combine with the music course. Eatil girl is trying to reach the goa set for us by the county com mittee. The new officers were elected as follows: president, Wilma Miller; vice president, Flora Eckels; secretary, Virginia Morris; treasurer, Thelma Brown pianist, Grayce Clipcon, news reporter, Leona Turner. After election of officers and the business meeting, we went persons drew for the traveling prize and it was won by Mrs. Roy Key. to the kitchen, where Mrs. Ambrose, member of the county committee, demonstrated the making of muffins. After the meeting was adjourned, refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held December 26, at the home of Leona Turner. We will have a grab bag. Leona Turner, News Reporter. Legion Auxiliary Met Nov. 21 The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall November 21, with thirteen members and two guests present. After the business meeting the remainder of the evening was spent in sewing. Mrs. R. E. Phillips and Mrs. Elmer Miller were hostesses. Plans were made for a bazaar to be held soon. Altar Society Met With Mrs. Cameron St. Patrick's Altar Society met at the home of Mrs. J. E. Cameron Thursday afternoon, Nov. 20, with 21 ladies present. After the business meeting a program was conducted by the hostess. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Walt O'Dell, vice president, Mrs. Elmer Miller, treasurer, Mrs. J. E. Cameron, secretary, Miss Lizzie Finn. Dorcas Society Met at Hotel The meeting of the Dorcas Society was held at the hotel Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs Ray Hayes and Mrs. Clarenc* Ohlson as hostesses. Devotions were led by Mrs. Tom Lockhart Sixteen members were present and guests were Mrs. Jim Lily Mrs. Walter Weichert and Mrs Herman Beck. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Westminster Group Met Friday Night The Westminster Fellowship group of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beck Friday evening. There were 14 members present. A number of games and contests were enjoy- d and a delicious lunch was erved by the committee. The next party will be at the lome of Miss Gladys Reed, Tuesday evening, Dec. 17. tudy Group Met iVith Tremont Lodge The Double Three study roup, including Masonic lodges rom Corning, Prescott, Crom/ell, Afton, and Mount Ayr, met t Lenox Monday evening as he guests of Tremont lodge, .bout 60 were present. Visitors /ere also present from Clear- eld and Conway. Irs. Wurster G.V.C. lub Hostess Mrs. B. F. Wurster was hos- ess to the meeting of the G.V. . club Wednesday evening, ov. 20. Eighteen members ere present and responded to oil call with a "Thanksgiving nought". Invited guests of the hostess ere Mrs. Herm Beemer and /Irs. Nell Lock . The program consisted of a aper on "The Ft. Peck Dam", y Mrs. Leo Carruthers. Mrs. Roland Walter and Mrs. on Tyler, who recently visited ie Keokuk dam, gave an inters-ting description of it. Mrs. Walter Lewis gave • as ••i 1 selected article, "Life's Dis- Piano solo, "Pure as Snow", • Clarion Wurstev. .'j- the close of the bridge play j -. O. E. Bricker received the j V,h club score. Each of the i-j-u.5 were presented with a '.e-vt prize. i.\'l're.-=hmeni3 were served by e hostess. Miss Wilson, Miss Bush Bridge Hostesses Miss Fanny Wilson and Miss Norma Bush were hostesses to a company of friends at Hote Lenox last Friday evening. Seven tables were arranged for the bridge play. Miss Alice Maxwel received the high score prize and Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand, the second high and the traveling prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. Legion Post Entertained The local post of the Amerii- can Legion entertained Legion- airres from southwestern Iowa Monday night in honor of Wm Dey Ermand, recently elected district commander of the Legion. A large crowd was present and a program was given. The party was held at the Villa Rio. Faculty Dinner And Bridge The Faculty dinner and \vith Mrs. .\ the IL-u Tue.s.duy. bera u::-J Lown.. \v to ruii Thani-::.;,uvini; ciuouuion.s. A mau,.iisiru; articiu, ''So They Moved to Matanuska", was read by Mrs. J. E. Rogers. Mrs. C. D. Hetz gave three instrumental selections, "Marching Through Georgia Variations", "Seigel's March" and "Home, Sweet Home Variations". Following the social hour refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Ruth Lown. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Faith Reed, Wednesday, December 4. Entertained at Bridge Party Mrs. H. Roy Long entertained 12 tables of bridge Nov. 18. Mrs. ::t.>i«- Oi :;:'iilii f!ivclc :>.e Piiscilia Circle of the M. Chui::h met in the basement 1.10 eiuiLv.li for their Novc-m- 21 meeting. Iiostes.se.-j M.'schirne.s Carrie Dahl- A'r.ia M'cCui'iley ancl Ida roe. The program was the i:!.; Oi .sonic 'iha.Mk,s;:;iving . i ,' J.Iio. W. W. Walker Mr,. Herman Holben. Roll "SomC'ihing to be Thanio For". :'l'rr.-;hmonls were served by iir<:;u/osc:3. Chivlr ',-; oi bridyo at four tables, , : :cc:'e i>ri;«vi were uward- 'j iJi 1 -;. E. K. Penncbaker Harold Ethington. Three ,"••!• the traveling pri^e and 'ii' : r- -:ult of the draw gave the I-/''''- to Harold EthiiiRton. llc- ire.slinients were served by the hostess. Helen Leckliter won high score prize ana Mrs. S. F. Huflnagel, consolation prize. Three ].'i!eefiut; t»i' Preshyierian ?ii ! ..syionavy Society Mrs. Margaret Shannon was hostess to the meeting of the Prcabyterian Missionary Society at her home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Marvel Shum was a guest. Mrs. Maude Woods was devotional leader. Mrs. Paul Davis discussed the Peace Topic. Miss Emily Nelson gave the special number, ar reading, "Finding Gold". Mrs. Clara Rogers had charge of the National Topic and was assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Davis and Mrs. John Barrans. Their subject for discussion was Southern Mountaineers. Mrs. Wm. Barrans and Mrs. Ed Gordon discussed the Foreign Topic. Roll call was interesting points o nthe lesson. bridge party was held at Hotel .enox Tuesday evening, with Misses Fanny Wilson and Norma Bush as hostesses for the November meeting. Dinner was served at seven j'clock and this was followed by several games of bridge, played at five tables. Mrs. K. U. 'arker received the first prize, and Miss Marie Evans, the sec- md prize. H. S. Club leeting Mrs. Paul Davis was hostess o the members of the H. S. lub, Friday evening. Miss Heln Shipps of Maryville and Mrs. Glen Leckliter were invited uests. Ten members respond- d to roll call. The program was, "Aniversary loll Call". Bridge was played at three ables. Miss Shipps received he guest prize, and the high lub score was won by Miss .table Ferguson. The next meeting will be with rs. Harry Walter, Friday, Dec- mber 13. Refreshments were erved by the hostess. •hower for Sride A shower was given Tuesday of last week by Mrs. Ed Owens of Clearfield, honoring Miss Luella Beach, whose marrir^'e to Marvin Bender, took place Sundny. Each y.ueat wrote her favorite recipe lor the bride, after which .she was ;••'.:lib on a .search for i.'ii'l.s, which were hidden about lie house. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. John KM ox and IMr.s. CliU'ord Underwood. The guests were Mrs. W. Readhcru!, Mr*. Lou Scaly, Mrs. '"'rank Paymnl, Mrs. Mary A. Pa',',e, Mrs. J. C. Cotlrcli, Mrs. C. D. Hetz, Mrs. Goo. Beach, Mrs. Cli.i Eeach of Lenox, Mrs. Clifford Underwood, Mrs. Chas. lJn'!erv.'oocl, Mr.;;. Lydia Filbert and Mrs. John Filbert of KIvir'T bur":, Mrs. John Knox of OkiU'fi^kl and the- honored guest. Wetldins The wedding of Miss Luella Eeach and Mr. Marvin B. Bender of Ol.v!U'.uckl, took place Sunday. Nov. :H, ut 3 o'clock, at Entertained Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Stoaks had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hufnange and Mary Lou of Ottowa, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hufnage and Joyce Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stoaks and Ernest Hufnagel of Lenox. Friday, November 29 The Social Union of the M. E. Church will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. P. Reck- nar; assisting hostesses are Mrs. Wm. Mcllravey and Mrs. Charley Cheese. Monday, December 2 The Past Matrons club has postponed their meeting one week. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. O. P. Arnold, Monday, December 9. Mrs. Sweeley will be the assisting hostess. Mrs. O. L. Copeland will be hostess this evening to Chapter FW, P. E. O. Tuesday, December 3 M. F. O. Club is meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. P. Arnold. The G.V.C. Ladies are meet- ng this evening at the home of Mrs. Donald Tyler. Wednesday, December 4 Mrs. Faith Reed will be hos- ess this afternoon to the meet- CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor Wednesday night is Church Night with us. .-A basket supper with plenty to eat. Each family to bring it's own basket and service. The program In preparation for the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper on Sabbath Dec. 8, there will be preparatory services the evenings of Thursday and Friday Dec. 5 and 6, at 7:30. JHURSDAT,NOVEMB ER ng of the ircle. Harmony Reading The M.F.C. Ladies are meeting his afternoon with Mrs. R. E. oindexter. Remember your oil call. \ The L.F.C. Ladies are meeting his afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arlo Richard. This evening is Church Night it the Church of Christ. Bring r basket and service. Plan o serve at seven o'clock. The logan for this meeting is 180. Mrs. Joe Boltinghouse, who mclerwent a very serious oper- at ie Greater Community hospital in Creston about three weeks ago, was brought to her home la.st Thursday. She is getting along very nicely. will consist of (1) Fellowship and supper approximately 7. (2)A Devotional period. (3) Study period: Know your local Congregation. (4) Business session for any organizational group. Dec. 4 we'll see you! From 18-80! At the Sunday evening service we will have a Bible play intitled "Fine Gold", put on by young people. This is Universal Bible Sunday. The sermon topic will be on the Bible. M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. At the Morning Worship service, the pastor will preach on, "When Dry Bones Lived". The subject for the evening sermon will be, " God's Appeal to the World." We extend to you a cordial invitation to attend these services. To expect your church attendance of past years to meet your spiritual needs now is about as sensible as expecting the fuel you burned last winter to keep you warm now. — T. K. The Social Union will meet on Friday afternoon, Nov. 29, at the home of Mrs. J. P. Reckner. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Wm. Mcllravey and Mrs. Charles Cheese. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. W. A. Thompson Sabbath School, 10:00 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. Senior Y. P. C. U. 7 p. m. Special Thanksgiving Services on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. The congregation will assemble in a special Thanksgiving servicc|. All members are requested to be present at this .service. The public is cordially invited to this .service. Special Preparatory Services. VENTILATION WILL HELP KEEP SOFT CORN Although little corn is "soft" in the sense of being prematurely frosted or frozen, much of it has not dried out because of continued damp weather. Some farmers are sorting out the soft or wet corn to be fed immediately. This is a good practice and tends to keep good corn from absorbing moisture from wet ears. Farmers may crib wet corn with reasonable safety by using "A" shaped ventilators 20 to 30 inches across at the bottom and about six feet high. These are placed end to end to form an "A" shaped air space under the corn the full length of the crib. Salting wet corn at the rate of one pound of salt per 100 pounds of corn will help prevent heating and molding while the corn is drying. More complete information on handling sofe corn can be had by writing the Bulletin Stction, Iowa State College, for Circular No. 40, "The Soft Corn Problem". about? to the couldn't see coming to JU1 bad and V m 7i° W be done about it s ' to become the pubi lc swear out a W arrn«, never shot et on a raffle;^ kind, held a Played penny He ' a *i bet of] watched salary had, sinful • like; The Lenox lime-Table horse race or sued for didn't earn, and he to bear down on a < He hates publicity , US r m hates his right eye fi? formed his duty in ij% He fired the ££ ^ around the states b created the supreme of the week, it him sick to see 1 _, print, but the newspapers' ed the story up wlth b '" . double leaded artlc j Pictures. Wirephotos everything. Even the his picture in the pa ^ nfc .^ nd rear v «w S , pedig and LENOX, IOWA VERLJN L. SWEELEY MARY E. SWEELEY Publishers Entered as second class matter, March 2, 1904, at the post- office in Lenox, Iowa, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription price In lova, $1.50 per year in advance; outside of state, $2.00 per year in advance. Six month price one- half of foregoing. Single copies 5 cents. THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1935 THE BIG SCANDAL Adel News—The governor of Iowa said to the governor of Minnesota: "I'll bet you a pig that our boys beat your boys in the football game." And because it was a long time between football games and because there wasn't much else doing at the time, the governor of Minnesota said to the govern! qua governor of Iowa: "You're on." And then the scandal broke. Virgil Case, self appointed secretary of the Social Justice League, or sumpin', swore out a warrant, charging Iowa's governor \vith gambling, something to tell , antecedents, disposition and, Then the forces rallied La yers and statesmen and'off! holders and other g volunteered to defend _ chief executive and keep hi out of prison, possibly from scaffold. Quicker than a cydo! can get under way wefre jraised about ] jurisprudence, mandamus plevln, sanctity of the h 01 certiorari, personal noncomposmentus, advalorei et al. Court house came aligned against house, police court against" district court, the church zaars against the slot mach. It sure was an awful situati, with the whole state ready' blow up at any minute. But today things have quit] down somewhat and it is pected that the case will be: lowed to die a natural death 1 cause a peculiar situation h| arisen. It's this way: So fan known Case is the only persa in the whole state of Iowa wa has never committed such heinous crime as betting on] football game or trying his 1 on a punchboarcl. Therefor there would be no chance to gl a jury whcih \voulcl be comp tent to decide such a matter 1 cause it's not ri^ht for criminal to jud^e another. will have to bo appealed to tli Brain Trust. Mi>ybe they'll: so give him permission Isn't that | change his name iroin Virgil I the folks • Virgin. the home < ?lr. and W Hhrti'psbm': 1 ; nnd imprt read by Hi: .' the brido'.-i parent;, -•-. f'!iff Beach, near The very beautiful :;ive ceremony was Rev. Thomas Kelly (.•i' the M!'tirj;!i.r;t church in the ijiv.w.iee <').'.' about 50 relalive.s. T/Ir.s. Ro'.hi Bender played the wedding march. • The bride, v.'ho entered on the •inn of h; 1 .'.- father, wore a dres.s of eggshell crops, trimmed in velvet. Aliending her was M)Y;s Louise Wiuviter, who wore a rust colored crepe. Walter Beach of Omaha was best man. After refreshments were served the young couple departed for a trip through the east, after which they will be at home near Clearfield. Mrs. Bender is a graduate of the Lenox high school and for the past three years has been employed in the office of the Iowa Southern pany at Lenox. Utilities com- The groom is a graduate of the Glearneld high school and is engaged in farming near Clearfield. Out of town guests who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carson and daughter Ruth, and Mrs. Roland Brunei 1 of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Beach and family and Walter Beach of Omaha, Don Beach of Fremont, Nebr., Mrs. Bender and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Owens of Clearfield. I yUAlJj'lUL^J y yon do not rcali/c it. ."OH before, but th j'js)?;jta}io dir ' 1th. ; ill in . cl; to become •'.veil in delay or 0 You c.'snnr t find a mo gift th;in the genuine Ii.i i aire is a gilt: to be proud actually pays for itself! Christmas gift problem. Civ 2 that will lust. 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