Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on November 28, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa · Page 5

Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, November 28, 1935
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28, 1935 THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX; IOWA O'CAILS VAN HOUTEN LAWYER wade Menoher spent ; the home of [MrVandMrs. C. B. [Beatrice Butler, who is easu of Afton, spent 'end at the home of 5tiI, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Ward Sniffer • Dronls, Hyman and and Mrs. Blsene Bol- Irs. Ann Moeller and a were dinner [indayat the Henry I tome near Kent. Society is holding a i food sale at United Dec. 14. er Chevrolet company »sale of new stand' to Paul Miller of Twi Catherin Moore. lamp Fire Girls held a I at the home of Mrs. Ivis last Saturday after- Li next meeting will be home, Saturday, f 7 Jyeva and Doris Butler | Friday and Saturday jthe home of Reva But- ;omodate patrons desir- I'rislt the INTERNATION- EXPOsrnoN, tfGTON ROUTE will I trip tickets Novem- I December 1 for $8.25, letum limit — five days date of sale. There i be on sale November lutcember 1 inclusive, at ) higher rates, round trip (good in sleeping cars nent of the usual Pull- Final return limit— bazas>r and food sale at United Store, Sat., Dec. 14. N. C. Davidson, who went to Kansas City last week, is now at Excelsior'Springs. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Killion were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Killion Monday evening at a pheasant dinner. "Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills and her father, A. C. Davis, will her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Palmberg of Nortonville, Kansas. They will return home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parkenson of Adair spent Monday in Lenox visiting friends. They are former Lenox people. Mrs. L. B. Anderson and Gladys spent last Wednesday in Osceola with the former's sister, Mrs. Tom Stansell. Mi 1 , and Mrs. F. S. Peterson and daughter Frances Jean of Omaha spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills. Dinner guests at the H. C. Killion home Thanksgiving day will be Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Killion and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Porter and Julia. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Cash entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills at a pheasant dinner last Monday evening. Herman Haering has been in a hospital at Iowa City, since last Thursday, for observation. Mrs. Mary Leckliter has been staying at the home of her son, Glen Leckliter, during the absence of the Dr. Sluss family. December children. 12. Half CONSULT f FOR DETAILS. 1 Mrs. Britt Willetts of It, former Lenox people llenox visitors last Wed- iRaigler made a business Mrs. G. B. Pinney went to Savannah, Mo., last week for treatment. Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. wedding anniversary of Mr. and John Beatty went to Diagonal to spend the day with her Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Henderson brother, George Carlson and and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beach Jr., were Bedford business visitors Friday. Howard Key, who is attending college at Cilllcothe, Mo., spent last week here with his parents. D. S. Pennebaker and Harmon Boydon went to the northern part of the state one day last week in search of some good corn that would do for seed. They returned the same evening and said they found the corn in the section they visited was soft the same as here. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Campain spent Sunday at Bedford at the home of their son Frank, and helped Mrs. Fonta Campain celebrate her birthday with a duck dinner. Clyde Filbert of Casey spent Sunday at Glenwood with his sister, Mrs. Cora Boyer and family. His mother, Mrs. Lydia Filbert, who had spent the past week at the Boyer home, returned to her home here with Clyde. Will Davis went to Curling, Nebr., the first of last week to visit his son, Leslie Davis and family. Glenn Fickess was called to the home of his parents near Siam the first of the week, by the serious illness of his mother. family. The neighbors and a number of other friends came relatives went with well filled baskets to spend j vices Sunday the day and to help with the wood sawing. Mr. Carlson has not been well for some time, and his son, Chas., has just returned Mrs. Ralph Leonard, and also the birthdays of Ralph and his brother, Wallace Leonard. A surprise was planned and carried out after the church ser- morning. The to the Ralph Dinner guests Thanksgiving day, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis and family. St. Patrick's church will sponsor an oyster supper and card party Sunday evening, Dec. 1, in St. Patrick's hall. Oyster stew will be served from 6:30 to 7:30, followed by bridge, 500 and hearts. Mrs. Wm. Barrans and George Barrans were in Bedford Tuesday on business. I, Anderson and daughter , drove to Charles City JteKday, visiting at the lot his brother, Dave An- pnd while there, Lou did (pheasant hunting. They Jisited at the C. H. Host ; , former Lenox people. land JJrs. Harry Stoner 'to. Maudo Wells spent ay in Omaha. IHiUl-on \w.'.i been on the 1st for the past week. land Aivs. Dick Hufl'nagle laughter Mary Lou of Otto- IKansas, came Saturday ling to visit with friends' relatives until -Sunday. [ tee accompanied home and Mr;;. Lester Humaglc toy. |L Copeb.-'Ul, Russell Key U. P;>:-l-.ov did some htmu'ng over the since Sunday, for Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McArthur were Sunday dinner guests at the Lee Morgan home near Gravity. Word has been received by relatives of the death of Mrs. Emma Marshall at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eva Wilkinson at Los Angeles, which occurred Nov. 19. Clyde McArthur and Bob Griffith were in Corning last Wednesday having some work done on the truck. Earl Shaffer and family went to Clearneld, Monday, and had Thelma's tonsils and adenoids removed. The M. E. ladies will hold their annual bazaar, dinner and supper on Dec. 12 in the church basement. Sharpsburg School Notes The Sharpsburg basketball learn .split a double bill with from the hospital, where he had to have his eye removed. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baxter and sons Norman and Loran, went to Milo, Iowa, Sunday, to spend the day at the home of his brother and to visit his aged father, E. H. Baxter. The ladies of the United Presbyterian Social Union were well pleased with the proceeds they received from their Bazaar, Saturday. Homer Calkins came home from Iowa City Saturday night to spend a few days with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Orlando Calkins. Ben Anderson, Misses Mary Swan and Corrine Reynolds met him in Creston Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Grace of Clarinda spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Grace. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sage and two children, Mrs. Myrta Young and daughter Mary, called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon in Mt. Ayr Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards of Indianola, Iowa, were business visitors in Clearneld, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Koenig and daughters, Corraine, Lorna and Herma Lou of near Logan, Iowa, also Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Grossman of Glenwood, Iowa, came Leonard home east of town with well filled baskets and enjoyed a fine dinner together. The afternoon was spent visiting. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Scott Leonard, Miss Ethel Smith, Wallace Leonard, Vide, Lloyd and LeVeta; Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Calkins and son Homer and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leonard, Velma and Donovan. Class Patry Last Saturday afternoon, Shirley Duncan was hostess to her Sunday School mates, and a group of honor guests. Marion Bailey, class president, was master of ceremonies. Marion conducted group singing, with Shirley Duncan violin accompanist. Lois Lepley, Vernell Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs. Koenig's and Dr. Grossman's sister, Mrs. J. Ralph Crew and family. Miss Lela Morey of Omaha, Nebr., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chas. Parslow and other relatives and friends. Book Club The members of the Book guests spent a afternoon on home of Mrs. The afternoon playing Kook. Club and twelve very enjoyable Tuesday at the Maude Bailey. \va.s .spent in Bailey and Betty Lou Lepley each reviewed a Bible story. Contests and games were en- | joyed by all. Mrs. Duncan, class teacher, served refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, candy and cocoa. Class members present were: Norton Stephenson, Lila Day, Beulah Lane, Dean Nelson, Ruby Gaule, Richard Lyddon, Dale Bladon, Marian Bailey, eVrnell Bailey, Lois Lepley, Darwin Day, Orville Kleckner and Shirley Duncan. Honor guests were: Dean Lyddon, Barbara Barrans, Betty Lou ' Lepley, Thelma Day, Naomi Lane, and Constance Bladon. Mrs. Mary Bentley of Blockton, and her son, Glenn Bentley of Athleston, spent Monday with Mrs. Bentley's sister, Mrs Sina Smith. Mrs. Smith returned home with them to spend a few days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hamilton of Omaha, Nebr., a fine daughter, on Tuseday, No\ 19. This is the first grand chile of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hamiltoi of Des Moines and the firs great grand child of Mr. anc Mrs. M .M. Hamilton of Clear field. The little Mliss will b known as Paula Jean. Grove No. 6 Vera Kilby, teacher Pine School has organized a Better English club, The president is Warren Cochran and ,he secretary is June Wurster. Every week on Friday is the ,ime of meeting. We also have a Good Citizenship club, which meets every Wednesday morning. June Wurster is president and Warren Cochrane is the secretary. We study such subjects as health, politeness and good will. The first grade have been been making things for the play corner. Norma Howard made a doll's quilt and pillow. Jackie Frost made a doll bed and is weaving a rag rug. The third grade made an Indian play. Alice Wurster made a campfire of sticks, red paper and small rocks. The Indian people were cut out of paper. The fourth grade made booklet about their imaginary travels across the United States They enjoy these trips almost as much as if they were real The sixth grade have made a ooklet about South America.^ They put maps and pictures in' t and cut free hand letters for he outside. All the pupils are now mak- ng Christmas presents for then- handwork. We are enjoying the vork making them, but are afraid we will not be able to <eep the secret 'till Christmas. We think they will be quite pretty when they are finished. treatment. Mrs. Wells lias had B i oe }^ on ].,sl; Tuesday evonin several severe attack.'; of nose bleeding clurinr; the P^b week. Mr. and Mr?. Cecil Gibson and family have moved here from Cve.-ji.on, raid in the John east Lenox. ba'ier r.t the ?•[,'. and f;;niil;-, Stoner, Mr. ' Walker and day ' a v;.'d by Mv.;. -:. Truman •-.: ;K: Ba:>'T. ••••'• <\ l-A'l'i ''.- : ' Classified Ads PRODUCE RESULTS ALBIACOAL Ton $K.75 Delivered ' ** OATS per 91 p bu. __ OJX Good, clean oats that will more than weigh out GEO. McLEAN Phone 213F21 IED& WHITE IK; : HO M E: OWN ED;;';: 20c 20c 59c 27c 25c 9c PANCAKE FLOUR, Red & White, 3i/ 2 Ib. bag RED & WHITE MILK, 3 tall or 6 small BLUE & WHITE SYRUP, golden, gal. RED & WHITE CAKE FLOUR, large pkg. DATES, 2 Ibs. FIGS, 8 oz RAISINS, 4 Ibs. L. DAVIS 3^ _„..„„,.......„„,.„ n ....,.^-...- ,- ^^-..^--irrrTr^vfr.-,'.™^^^^ .'•• ... •:•; ,•'..; 'v/.i /.v^'v.'.^^-*^^ t' . at'.lvn 1 -iiblcd Con-iics"—Here's a 10 Tor both young and run and pays $100 in I Pfees. For details see t Sunday's Chicago Herald fa"" 1 ?' Gsinincr. Don't miss it! -and Mr-:. Claude Dixon Jin i>s Mnine.'s on business ["'ednesday. f ami MV,-;. A. p. KHiion, Clarence Killion and Mrs. ! Hughe;:; of Moulton, vis- lirom Tlnu-sclLiy until Sun- l at iht home of Mr. and • Killion. Other guests fey were Mr. and Mrs. irl « and Julia, and Mr. !i H. C. Killion. friends. Dinner fni<v-;k; William Brivi'an ing day v.'ill bo and HIiv/ r. Mo., f-tv. • visiting ; oj; Mr. am! ; ., on Tiian!: C. O. Hoycr v. : ii So uty is holding a i'W GJ ^ Mr. and l.lr:;. f'.<-:- and family of T..'<io Dr. and Mr:-;. ,-pond Than!is; '" son and Mrs. Dunald CM.sh in Omaha. Clrrl-.e Hyatt and wife of Lincoln, Nebr.,' were here la.si, week visiting at the Mr ;\"iT.I cedar posts. h GROCERY DEPARTMENT p P!NG DESSERT, Lemon flavor only, 6 pkg , fresh bulk, light color re best ' p° und UACT, Vanilla or Lemon, Citation, 8 oz. bottle , Not a seed, u Pound SUGAR, 4 Ibs. _ . 2, 2 cans 12c lOc lOc lOc 25c 15c Mc.YIahill, Mildred iVn- ^.b'da.-r, Maynard Bto-dill. uicl JL Mrs/Ralph A. Rullsc !iC Mr and Mrs. Okla Dahl- vcnt to Conway i*^ isd ,; y evening to act as ,?5 'for a grade declamatory contest. Clearfield Events Mr. and M^TcIcil Beamei- o^f Mt. 1 Beamer. Mrs. Lola Long of Tingley ^.^sf-^-sLr .-r.-.-oii, iu ! .v: p - TI ,-.•! ' :,l' J. l(.»V.'i Jmrr.^.i.Km V.-arin. _Tlv ; jh lii'V/oini-'.-i >of tin.' ]>moi:ra..i' .,rtv cf th (i ^ il! district met in conference. Mr.s. Wearin served dainty refreshments to the uroup. . . The Union Thanksgiving foei- vtee was held at the Christian Church Sunday evening, with Rev W C Henn preaching. A choir composed of young people from the three churches *•«" ,] as it i.' 1 . so nieoiy located you dds. Como buy a home just as good Iov/a i'or much more than this will is tho time to buy land. Don't stay away. had charge of the singing, accom- naniS by Mrs. L. F. Church. A ?£SS quartet number by Guy Henderson, Donald Green, Wal- Owens and Kenneth Baxter, Mrs zaar,, dinner United Presbyterian Saturday- church ter accompanied by Mrs. L Church, was greatly enjoyed by everyone. Anniversary Surprise Sunday, November 24, was the ,-.:,• . -P., ..,,-, .-.I,_,..(• j, e >:„••.••-. i.o I;-.; ;>!">.\: .•|'i| 111;,-., .it. lii-iriK yoi.li' \vil'e amj 1 n.-i'Uincl t!)Mt is sollinn; in ])laces in ':>;'inf'.-. S<-;il yoin 1 bonds. N> If v/on't sell'too hip;li. TERMS OF SALE W ; down on day of sale, balance of equity March 1, 1936, at which time vv-:™tv deed and abstract will be given with possession The iarm now carries a Federal T,anrl Bank loan of $6,500 which can be paid or as- AU interested loartlefare invited to look this farm over before the sale- For furttei information write the clerk at Lenox, la., or Forest Ray, Clearneld, la. Wilbur Ray Heirs E. B. PIPER, Auctioneer H. BOY LONG, Clerk

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