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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA OCI ETY! Birthday Dinner A very enjoyable day was spent at the Kay fine Home Sunday, Dec. 1, when forty-six people gathered to remind him of his birthday. Dinner wa served cafeteria style. After dinner pictures were taken Those present to enjoy the occasion were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reynolds and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Will SickeLs and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bodgett, Mr. and 'Mrs. S A. Warsley and daughter, Shirley Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chandler and daughters, Mr. 'and Mrs. Bud Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelly Fine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown and sons, Delmar, Ernest Poole, Carrol COOK, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Butler and son Jack and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fine and lamily. Pre-Nuptial Shower lor Gladys Reed The Northwestern Mlssourian — Misses Genevieve Webb and Ola Abbitt entertained with a miscellaneous shower for Miss Gladys Reed, in honor of her approaching marriage, last Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arietta Holt, at Maryville, Mo. Games were played, and Miss Mar j orle Kendrick won the prize. Refreshments were ser- Ted by the hostesses, after which the honored guest was called to the dining room. There Miss Reed found the table well laden with beautiful and useful gifts. In addition to the honored guest and the hostesses, those present Were Esthel Nicholas, Theima Duncan, Mildred Summers, Edna Holmes, Nellie Cousins, Ersei Fastenau, Marjorie Kendrick, and Mary Harmon, and Mrs. Holt, Mrs. *'uqua and Mrs. Nicholas. Granddaughter of Dr. Dey Ermand Married Grand Island (Neb.) Daily. Independent—At a pretty wedding which took place at 12:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10, at the Methodist Episcopal church, Miss Helen Lillian Dey- Ermand .eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeyErmand, became the bride of DeWight Dale Perkins, of Hastings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins, of O'Neill, Neb. The Rev. E. Lamont Geissinger officiated at the double ring service, in the presence of the immediate relatives and a few close friends of the couple. Miss Rachel Stephenson served as bridesmaid and Everett Park, of best man. Hastings, as arks". Mrs. Roy Key read "Suggestions for Wrapping Christmas Gifts". Guests were Mrs. Paul Davis and Mrs. Ed Lock. Mrs. Vern Roll received the high club score for this meeting. Mrs. Roy Key will be hos- less to the next meeting of the G. V. club, Monday, December 16. Roll will consist of The bride wore an afternoon gown of bright blue blister crepe, with silver metallic trim. Her small black turban had a nose veil, trimmed with touches of silver, and her accessories were of black. Miss Stephen- Bon's gown was of rust crepe and her accessories were in brown. After the church ceremony, a wedding dinner for sixteen guests was served at the home of the bride's parents, about two miles north of the city. The bride's table, prettily decorated In pink and white, was centered with a large three-tiered wedding cake, atop which were a miniature bride and groom and three wedding bells, as ornaments. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins departed later in the afternoon for Hastings, where they will be at home to friends at 1126 West Third street, The groom is an instructor in the School of Commerce there. For the past nine months, the bride has been employed as a stenographer in the office of the Miner 1 Mo tors company. . I v Out of town guests . at the wedding were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Perkins, all of O'Neill. : • . Mrs. Perkins is a granddaughter of Dr. W. J. DeyErmand of Lenox. Childhood Memories of Christmas. Woman's Day At Church of Christ "Woman's Day" will be observed at the Church of hrist, Sunday evening, December 8, sponsored by the Annette Newcomer Missionary Society. The public is invited. The program will begin at 7:30. The devotional period will be n charge of Miss Annola Toler, assisted by Mrs. Jess Wynn, so- oist and by Rev. Randels. Music by the male quartet, O. Arnold, Lee Caskey, Floyd Boltinghouse and Wm. Bryant. Reading by Mildred Eckler. Play, "Great Possessions", will be given by the following ladies. Mrs. Winston, Mrs. Wm. Brynt. Her daughter, Marjorie, Doris Bryant. VIrs. Benson, Mrs. Viola Day. Mrs. Crawfofrd, Miss Etta Shaffer. Mrs. Russell, Mrs. M. C. Sanders. Mrs. Owens,. Mrs. I. G. Randel. Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. G. A. Bryant. Duet, Mary Kilby and Doris Bryant. Mrs. Floyd Boltinghouse will be the pianist. A free will of- ering will be taken. Social Union of M. E. Church The Social Union of the M. E. :hurch was entertained at the home of Mrs. J. P. Recknor, Friday afternoon, with Mrs. Wm. Vtcllravey and Mrs. Charley 'heese as assisting hostesses. Fifteen members were present. Contests, conundrums and vis- ting was the diversion of the ocial hour. Refreshments were erved by the hostess. Jhapter FW '. E. O. The meeting of Chapter FW, '. E. O., was held at the home f Mrs. O. L. Copeland, last Monday evening. Twenty-two members were present. Roll call vas answered with "Favorite Song". The program was a rantomime by Mrs. H. C. Dougan and Mrs. K. R. Huff. "An Evening with Musicians" iy Mrs. Claude Dixon, who talk- d about several pieces of music which were played by Miss Phyllis Copeland. Legion Auxiliary Will Meet December 5 'ihe American Legion Auxiliary will meet December 5 at the home of Mrs. Clark Barteau. Mrs. Harold Ethington will be the assistant hostess. G. C. W. Club Met With Mrs. Basler G. C. W. Club met Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21, with Mrs. A paper, "Our Thanksgiving Prayer", written by Mrs. Harry Cheese, and two Thanksgiving Hewitt. Dayle Denhart spent part of last week with his cousin, James poems were read. Forty-two was played during the social hour. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Meeting Of M. F. C. Ladies Mrs. R. E. Poindextea* was hostess to the meeting of the M.F.C. ladies at her home Wednesday afternoon. Fourteen members were present. Invited guests were Mrs. S. Cox of Hastings, Iowa, and Mrs. C. L. Sealy and Mrs. Raymond Miller. Mrs. C. C. Mills gave a very interesting papeir on the life of Theodore Roosevelt. The News Outline was given by Mrs. O. D. Tyler, Mrs. Chas. Leonard read a selected number A five min- uate talk on General Club News was given by the Contact Worn- Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Butler and son Jack, enjoyed Thanks- course. With a variety of fruits and vegetables on the market, almost every conceivable shape and size can be obtained. In planning your originial \givlng dinner with his sister, | dish, for instance, what can be Mrs. Claud Morris and family. Mrs. irvin Patton and two daughters of Fairmont, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Kara Douglas of Lenox, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clipson and daughters. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dotson and son were visitors Sunday at the Mrs. Arta Morley home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clipson and daughters, Mrs. Irvin Patton and daughters of Fairmont, Nebr., were entertained at an oyster stew Friday evening at the Kara Douglas home in Lenox. Don't forget the P.T.A. meeting at Sunny Hill school this more attractive than a porcupine salad? By taking half a pear, using cloves for the eyes and mouth, and almond halves —or your other favorite nuts- for quills, a novel salad may be obtained. Mayonnaise may be tucked under the pear or placed inconspicuously to one side of it. Another favorite Is the p doll. With the widest half of a pear lor the top of the head, some grated carrots for the hair, currents or raisins for the nose and eyes, and a small slice of pimento for the mouth, an attractive face may be made. Mayonnaise can be used to shape the shoulders of the doll. an, Miss Ruth Lown. UTiday night. Several games of rook were Mr. and Mrs. Jra Campbell enjoyed during the social hour, j took their Sunday dinner with lves make tne nands A dainty two-course lunch was Mr. and Mrs. John Walters,' served by the hostess. i south of Lenox. The arms are made of crackers, and toasted cheese and ol- The "poached egg" salad also The Christmas meeting will DC held at the home of Mrs. Phil Ridgeway December 18. Dinner Guests At Bethke Home Mrs. Theima Bethke enter- The time was A short busl- Ameiia Basler. spent quilting, ness meeting was held and a lovely luncheon was served by the hostess. Mrs. Letha Wurster and baby were guests. The next meeting will be with Fern Khnzman, Thursday afternoon December 5. Lenox Fortnightly Club Meeting Mrs. Arlo Richard was hostess to the meeting of the Lenox Fortnightly Club Wednesday afternoon. Eleven members were present. Following a short business session, the afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Fred Childs received the high club score for the afternoon. . The next mejting will be at the home of Mrs! J. W. Walter. Meeting of M. F. O. Club Mrs. O. P. Arnold was hostess to the meeting of the M.F.O. club, Tuesday afternoon. Twelve members were present. Invited G. V. Club Meeting I -~ »»w*%* frr*ut>t*lJU. J.11VXLCU Mrs. Donald Tyler was hostess I guests were Mrs O E dicker to the regular meeting of the Mrs. F. E. Holben, Mrs. Roy Key' G. V. club at her home Tues- Mrs. Herman Holben, Mrs. Chas' day evening. Twenty-one mem-Boltinghouse, Mrs. Flora Don- bers were present. Roll call, aldson and Miss May Kilby "Christmas Gift Suggestions". Mrs. Roy Nelson read an ar- Mrs. Glen Leckli<xer read ^nticle,, "Thanksgiving Checkered interesting paper ori ""The Ofc- Career". ;ained at dinner last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Railing and daughter Joyce of Minn\- apolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Cass Boltinghouse and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reynolds and family of Lenox. Thanksgiving Day Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kennedy entertained at a big turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. The out of town guests were Miss Jean Kennedy of Des Moines, Richard McGowan of Council Bluffs, Rev. and Mrs. Joe Kennedy and daughter of Nevada, Mrs. Clara Kennedy of Goldfield and Rev. W. A. Thompson of Lenox. A number of other guests did not arrive because of bad weather. Sunday, December 8 The annual Woman's Day of the Church of Christ will be observed at the church this evening. A program sponsored by the Annette Newcomer Missionary Society, will be given. Monday, December 9 The Past Matrons club will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. P. Arnold, with Mrs. Mary Sweeley as assisting hostess. Roll cali, "Christmas Jingles". Gift exchange. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Cash and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills are entertaining at bridge this evening at Hotel Lenox. Thursday, December 5 This afternoon the Loyal Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Bolte, Mrs. Krohmer will be assisting hostess. There will be a program. Church Night supper at the Church of Christ tonight. A good time and a worthwhile program, clock. Supper served at 7 o'- The Priscilla Circle 1 will meet this afternoon, December 5, at the home of Mrs. Orval Bassett, with Mrs. Roy Bassett and Mrs. Stella Ferguson as assisting hostesses. Friday, December 6 The Annette Newcomer Missionary society of the Church of Christ will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Eckler. Devotional, Mrs. John Haering. Program leader, Mrs. I. G. Randels. This afternoon, Friday, December 6, the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. church will hold a Treasurer's Tea at the home of Mrs. Phil Ridgeway. This is to be "Every Member Present Day". Prairie Star Events Prairie Star ladies aid met Thursday, with Mrs. Hazel Butler. Ray Hiley, who is going to in Marysville, Mo., returned home last Wednesday and spent nis Thanksgiving with his parents, returning back to his school work Sunday. The Bill Sickels were among those who attended the birthday dinner, held for Mr. Roy tine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hewitt and children were entertained on .Thanksgiving day, at the Charlie Hewitt home. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Campbell and Phyllis and Larry Ray, Visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Campbell and son Hal-Dean. Mrs. Rose Wurster and cmld- ren were shopping in Creston Saturday. Dean Hiley had the misfortune last Monday while playing, to get the large bone broken in his right wprist, which caused him to miss school a few days. Bill Sickles finished up the corn picking for W. H. Leach, Saturday. Autdtar \\^f CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor Our Church Night program is changed from Wednesday to Thursday night. Bring a basket of food and the family and eat it with us at 7 or thereabout. There will be devotions, study of our local church, and business. The Sunday evening service is in charge of the women, who will bring a play entitled, "Great Possessions." Since we are observing our traditional Woman's bay, the morning sermon topic will be in harmony with this theme. M. £. 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, "The Shepherd's Way". The subject for the evening sermon will be, "Christian Stability". We extend to you a cordial invitation to attend these services. An excuse offered by an individual for not attending church services is like a sieve—it is full of holes.—T. K. The Priscilla Circle will meet Thursday afternoon, Dec. 5, at the home of Mrs. Erma Bxssett Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Jessie Bassett and Mrs. Stella Ferguon. On DTlday afternoon, Dec. 6, the W.F.M.S. will hold a Treasurer's Tea at the home of Mrs. Ridgeway. This is to oe "Every Member Present Day". Be on hand . Looking Forward Sunday, December 15, will be the day when Holy Communion will be served following the morning sermon. Put your pennies for Missions in the envelopes. They will be collected the first Sunday in January. . Dr. Templin, a missionary from India, is touring our District. We are very'fortunate to have secured him for our Sunday evening service, January 12. For the Homemaker Ideas, Suggestions, News for Women Readers Pepper and Pineapples Clever, surprising, tempting— that's the formula for the winter salad season. When you are planning the menu for your one big dinner or luncheon of the holiday period, there's nothing like having an unusual and different salad to top off your second or third j makes an attractive dish. With : haif an apricot surrounded by a ring of whipped cream, this decorative salad adds a distinctive note to the table. Different Holiday Salads Red and green peppers, red apples, Tokay grapes, English walnuts In the shell, cranberries and bananas built around a whole fresh pineapple make a delightful centerpiece for the holiday table. Placed on a long brass tray, they will tempt any appetite. A small thorn tree branch with all leaves removed can be silvered with a little bottle of aluminum paint and with varicolored gumdrops tipping tj thorns, the branch becomes lovely table decoration. Besides these two festive table centerpieces, the Institutional Tea Room at Iowa State College likes to use the winter snow-branch idea. After dipping a small fir tree branch into a starch paste of flour and water, the branch is dipped into a paper bag full of Christmas snow. A crystal-like effect is obtained when the branch is dry. For the small tea as well as for the dinner, this decoration is particularly charming. Rabbit Recipe An appetizing recipe for preparing rabbit for the- table recently published In the Milwaukee Journal makes one want to go out and get a rabbit or two for a real dinner: "One medium sized rabbit, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 3 slices salt pork or bacon, one teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons flour, and 5 apples. Parboil rabbit for 1-4 hour before putting it in the roaster, and save water for the gravy. Then put it in roaster, rub rabbit with seasoning and cover it Mrs. Zeta Kay and daughters Leah Blanche and Lois Marie, have moved to their new home in Ciarlnda. Mrs. Kay and her cousin, Clyde Nevill, will run a Goodrich store at Clarinda They will be missed by the Clearfield folks as iVlrs. Kay has been in business here for some time, running a ladies ready-to- wear shop. New Barber Shop Lester Levi has opened a new barber shop in the building vacated by Mrs. Kay. Mrs. Marvel Hayes will continue her Beauty Shoppe in the same building. Clearfield Won Three Ciarfieid won three basketball games on the Clearfield court Thanksgiving night. The first and second boys teams from Sharpsburg, and the girls team from Cromwell, played. The first team won by a score of 43 to 20. Underwood looked best for Sharpsburg, and M. Z. Bailey and M. Crew, for Clearfield. The second team won by a score of 17 to 1(5. The girls had a hard fought game but came out winners by a score of 26 to 16. The Cromwell girls were larger than our sextette but they held their own. THURSDAY^DECEMBER Lenox fi^ 5,19 Alma Wrougtton to her home Saturday, after weeks in the F. Kendrick Witter ha* h the sick list, but is be ' now. some Mrs. Elmo Nelson Billle Dirk, left g their home in Des Mrs. Eunice and Saturday! Moines. Butcher i daughtersof Des M om es , Saturday and Sunday with tives and friends. hl well with bacon. around rabbit and hour. Put apples bake one Clearfield Events Miss Hazel Knox came from Tarkio, Mo., to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Knox. Dean Owens of Des Moines spent a few days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Owens. Supt. W. H. McFarland and son Richar'd of Mt. Ayr attended the Sharpsburg and Clearfield basketball games last Thursday night. Victor Brown came from Tarkio to spend his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hurley of Winterset spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Andrews. Mrs. Marjone Shoenhair and children returned home with them after a few days visit.in the Hurley home. J. R. Crew and James Duncan went to Minburn, Iowa last Wednesday after Jas. Duncan, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Steward and son M. D., were Sunday guests at the F. p. steward home. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Fulton will soon move from Clearfield so have vacated the former Fowler house and Mr. and Mrs. Linn Stephens of Blockton are now residents there. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens have bought the Shoemaker Insurance office here and have taken possession. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clarey and daughter Lyndell have returned from Mt. Madison, and are at home on the former Howard Young farm now owned by Joe's mother, Mrs. M. M. Jenkins. Mrs. Chas. Lyddon spent sev- freezing The teachers and pupils had a three day vacation last week, and went to their homes. Misses Rauch and Nixon to Lamoni, Trowbridge to Corydon, Wyant to Bedford, Beall to Mt. Ayr. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Steward, Edgar and Melba and Mrs. Josie Montville, and Woodson Swope spent Thanksgiving at the B. A. Herring home. Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Henn and daughter Marian . went to North borro, lowa Wednesday, to visit his t'other over the Thanksgiving season. Uuy Reynolds was taken to Bedford to the hospital Saturday afternoon for medical treatment.' He had been sick lor some time with pneumonia and did hot improve very fast. Joe Ciarey, Jr., was out hunting Thanksgiving day and ac- cidently' sijfot himself through the loot. The Legion. Auxiliary gave away a ' wool; comfort Saturday night, and Mrs. Arietta Ethington was' -trie lucky person. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson, and daughter .of.. Creston and Mrs. Marshall Hamilton and daughter Lois of Albert Lee, Minn., spent Thanksgiving with their aunt, Mrs. F. R.' Heyer and lamily. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bentley and three children moved into the li'rank Bush house east of Main street, the first of the f)k. Glenn will take charge of the Ciidahy produce house soon. Mrs. Sin'a Smith returned from a few days_yisit with her son and family, and her sister, in Blockton, last Friday. Mary Louise Ackridge of Creston spent the Thanksgiving vacation aC the home of her aunt, Mrs. L. E. Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ruby and. Rex Nickels spent Thanksgiving The LenOX Time SHOULD BE MULCHE DURING THE 01 d, estabiisnea gardens of peonies ana" not need the protection mulch, but the rose beds] young ornamentals, such af lips, must be insulated ad thawing after the ground i es solidly, asserts E. c floriculturist at Iowa State! lege. Fall resets should all mulched. Intermittent thawing loosens the roots! bulbs and weakens the'j Voiz says. The best way to] vent the winter injury LstoJ vide a mulch. For all flowers, except' : which' must have special I ment, a layer of coarse mj ial such as cornstalks or i green boughs should be down first, Volz advises. will prevent too severe sm ing when the finer mulch! leaves or straw is applied, Chicken wire or corns! should be placed on topoij fine litter to keep it from I ing off. The ideal mulch ls{ in weight and open enom the air to circulate Hybrid tea, hybrid and baby rambler rose should be banked at the 1 with earth.. They should j be covered entrlely with 1 or straw, making the ellrej garden resemble a large i Wire netting or cornstalks | hold this mulch in place. ( Ing roses should be taken ofl treiis and the long canes 1 down and tied in bundles. ' bundles should be covered ' a mulch similar to that for other ornamentals. for Quick Result; PNEUMONIA rpHERE is more than one kind,of pneumonia A In fact there are several. In the lobar type, frequently fatal, the entire lobe of the lung'fj involved. The lobular type, in which the entirei lobe is not involved, is caused by,an altogether] different kind of a germ. Some types of pneumonia can cause severel head and throat colds, productive of high fever, and powerful pus reactions, the course of SIP an attack running from ten days to two ^ after Which the patient is left in a most and exhausted state Many such colds are instantaneously nosed by patient and physician alike as They are not igrip, They are " eral days last week with friend, Mrs. Lucy Carlson.. ner colds," and whether there is extreme danger» germs getting into the air sacs of the lu"^'^ making there a Jobar pneumonia, it known, although probably such danger is It is known that if such a "pneumonia cold be given osteopathic treatment as soon as» patient begins to feel the first onset of tne ie; the result usually is a rapid exaggeration oi symptoms for 24 hours after the first y* ment, and then within 36 hours their totai* appearance, and a complete recovery. Dr. M. J. Sluss OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN OFFICE IN HOTEL BLDG. !*»«*•

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