THE LENOX ;TIME -TABLE, LENOX, IOWA DCIIETl! Wynn-Wurster Wedding The wedding of Miss Louise Wurster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wurster, and Mi- Harold L. Wynn, son of S. L Wynn, both of Lenox, took place Saturday, December 7, at high noon at the parsonage in Guthrie Center, with the Rev. L. V. Freeman officiating.. They left immediately for Des Moines, where they visited until Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. Wynn are both graduates of the Lenox High school. Since completing her high school work, Mrs. Wynn has been employed at the First National bank where she will continue her work. Mr. Wynn has been associated with his father in the Wynn barber shop until the last year, when he has become the popular proprietor of the shop. Mr. and Mrs. Wynn are at home at the Layne apartment house. Many Guests at Bridge Party Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills and Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Cash entertained a large number of guests at bridge Monday evening at 8 o'clock at Hotel Lenox. Twenty tables were arranged for the playing of bridge. The Christmas spirit was carried out with a Christmas tree and other Christmas decorations throughout the room. While the hostesses were arranging the tables for the serving of refreshments, the guests sang Christmas Carols, led by Mrs. W. C. Lewis and with Mrs. Claude Dixon at the piano. The hostesses were assisted in the serving of the refreshments by Miss Alice Madden and Miss Marie Evans, who wore caps and aprons decorated with Christmas colors. Santa Glaus made a visit and presented Mrs. W. C. Lewis with the ladies high score prize and J. A. Porter with the men's high sfcore prize. Mrs. Russel Key was awarded the 'traveling prize. A GENTLE HINT TO SANTA GLAUS We have heard a lot of women say they wished Santa Glaus would bring them a permanent wave for Christmas. When you get a permanent wave at this shop you have the preference of a heater machine <*r one that has no heaters. About 99 out of 100 choose the heaterless method. It costs no more. Prices range from $2.50 to $5.00 MAKE APPOINTMENTS EARLY Phone 190 BRICKER BEAUTY SHOP The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. J. E Hughes, Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Bare, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Richard, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Key, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Key, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Walter, Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Barteau, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Bender. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abernathy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maharry, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hufnagel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ethington, Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker, Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Pennebaker, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walter, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dougan. Verlin Sweeley, Mrs. Mary Sweeley, Mrs. R. E. Poindexter, VIrs. Jennie Preston, Mrs. Edna Haas, Mrs. Thelma Bethka, Mrs. hil Ridgeway, Mrs. Mary Leckliter, Mrs. Mabel Steinwinder, Mrs. Mary Moyle, Mrs. Jennie Dahlberg, Miss Alice Maxwell, Miss Bernice Wilke, Miss Fanny Wilson, Miss Darlene Benson, Miss Olive Dunbar, Miss Marie Evans, Miss Alice Madden, Miss Leona Haering, Miss Anna Turner, Miss Norma Bush, MLss Edna Clark. Home Study Groups Met With Specialist "How many old pieces of china, silver and glassware, heir looms which have not been appreciated previously, are there in Taylor county?" This is the question which many farm women are asking each other following the training schools conducted Dec. 3 to Dec. 6, by Miss Irma Garnar, Extension Service specialist, in Home Furnishing work from Iowa State College. These lessons are a part of the second year home furnishing work being studied by Taylor county farm women this year. The choosing of china, silver and glassware for the home, the different types available and their care were explained by Miss Garnar. Training schools were held at the homes of Mrs. Will Rock, Nodaway township; Mrs. G. F. Steen, Gay township; Mrs. Olive Blood, Marshall township, and Mrs. E. A. Jeffries, Bedford. The local leaders will give the same detailed information to women who attend the follow- up meetings in their communities. Birthday Surprise On Dec. 4, the ladies of Grant No. 4 and other invited guests, gathered at the home of Mrs. Lew McFee to help her celebrate her birthday. The afternoon was spent with a picture contest and other games. At a late hour refreshments of cakes, banas and tea were served with Mrs. Jones, mother of Mrs. McFee, presiding at the YOU CAN'T BUY IT You can't buy health. No store sells it and no,amount of money offered by the richest man in the world will buy it for there is none to sell. You can have health, though, if you are willing to earn it. In earning health you must be willing to disregard your formed prejudices and accept modern, scientific methods. Chiropractic is this modern, scientific method and Chiropractic offers the way to good health. Nerve pressure, or rather pressure on nerves, is the cause of ill health. When this pressure is removed good health returns. Chiropractic adjustments are not painful, do not take long and are not expensive. Try Chiropractic. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Or E. R. Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office 2 Blocks West of Telephone Office—Phone 114 tea table. At the close of the afternoon the honored guest was present* ed with a nice box of miscellaneous household articles as a birthday rememberance. Because Dec. 5 was the birthday of Mrs. Harry Kreger, the ladies planned a handkerchief shower for her. This was indeed a great surprise to Mrs. Krieger. Those present to enjoy the afternoon were: Mrs. Fred Pine, Mrs. Allen Pine, Mrs. Dewey Ev- anh, Mrs. Wm. Preston, Mrs. Admiral Rhoades, Mrs. Leo Caskey, Mrs. Wm. Mcllravy, Mrs. Harry Krieger, Mrs. Warren Eckels, Mrs. Leo Wray. Mrs. Fred Stoakes, Mrs. Fred Riley, Mrs. Harry Miller and Cecil Jarl, Mrs. Ralph Knodle, Mrs. Geo. Swartz, Mrs. Fred Stoakes, Si:, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Nellie Bryant, Mrs. John Borland and son, Mrs. Chas. Brokaw and children and the honored guest, Mrs. Lew McFee. Annette Newcomer Missionary Society Mrs. Chas. Eckler was hostess to the meeting of the Annette Newcomer Missionary Society at her home Friday afternoon. Mr. Cope of the Child Saving Institute of Omaha, came before the society and gave an interesting talk about the home. Rtev 5 . Randels conducted the devotional period. Mrs. Randels was program leader and was assisted by Mrs. Day, Mrs. Killion and Mrs. Arnold. The subject -was Seek Peace for All Men. The dramatization of the "Christian Womanhood Faces New Frontiers" was a feature of the program, and was presented by Mrs. M. C. Sanders, Mrs. Viola Day, Mrs. Sweeley, Mrs. Arnold and Mrs. Randels. Pre-Nuptial Shower For Miss Thelma Toland Mrs. Leona Harding and Miss Mailrine Toland entertained at the home of Mrs. Harding, a number of girl friends at a shower Tuesday afternoon in honor of the approaching marriage of Miss Thelma Toland. The invited guests were all members of the high school class of 1934; all were not permitted to attend as some were working and others were teaching. Those present were Miss Gladys Anderson, Miss Loleta Johnson, Miss Dorothy Morris, Mrs. Gertrude Bruington, Mrs. George Gray, Mrs. Glen Barnhill, Mrs. Irene Hufnagle, Mrs. Cedric Sellers and the honored guest, Miss Toland. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Harding's mother, Mrs. Mary] Scott. Many useful gifts were received by the bride-to-be, and well wishes for a happy future will follow her to her new home at 1210 W. 6th, Des Moines. A. : , Stephenson and Clifford I Mrs. Stella Ferguson were the Walter received the high score assisting hostesses. Thirty prizes. Mrs. O. P. Arnold and | members were present and Mrs. Roy Nelson received the consolation prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Good Attendance At Program The Womans Day program at the Church of Christ last Sunday evening was well attended. It was sponsored by the Annette Newcomer Missionary Society. The devotionals were conducted by Miss Annola Toler, assisted by Mrs. Jess Wynn and Rev. Randels. Mildred Eckler gave a reading. The play, "Great Possessions" was well given by a group of the Missionary ladies. A vocal duet was given by Mary Kilby and Doris Bryant. A free will offering was taken. G. C. W. Club Met With Mrs. Klinzman Mrs. Fern Klinzman was hostess to ten members of the G. C. W. club Thursday afternoon, Dec. 5. Visitors were Mrs. Dave Klinzman and The afternoon Wilma Miller, was spent in quilting. A short business meeting was conducted and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be an all day meeting Thursday, Dec. 19, at which time the club will have a shower for Vernon Ray Nixon and will also have the Christmas grab bag. Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Walter Entertained Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Walter entertained a group of friends at their home Friday evening. There were four tables arranged for the play of bridge. Mrs. H. Christmas Party The Westminster Fellowship group of the Presbyterian church will hold a Christmas party at the home of Miss Gladys Reed Tuesday evening, December 17. Meeting of Past Matrons Club The Christmas party of the Past Matrons club was held at ihe Arnold home Monday afternoon with Mrs. O. P. Arnold and Mrs. Mary Sweeley as joint hostesses. Twelve members responded to roll call with Christmas jingles. For the program, Mrs. Phil Ridgeway read some Christmas poems. Mrs. Eara Douglas was a guest of the club and has enrolled as a member. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. H. C. Killion received the high score prize, and Mrs. J. J. Walter received ,he traveling prize. The gift exchange was a pleansant part of the social hour. Santa was there with his pack and nanded out popcorn balls. The Christmas spirit was further carried out with Christmas decorations. Refreshments were served by ;he hostesses. Missionary Society Courtesy Tea Mrs. Phil. Ridgeway, treasurer of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. church, was hostess at a courtesy tea at her home Friday af-j ternoon. There was a very good attendance. Mrs. Roy Bassett was devotional leader. The program leaders were Mrs. J. W. Walter and Mrs. John Wilt. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Meeting 1 of Harmony Reading Circle Mrs. Faith Reed was hostess to the regular meeting of th< Harmony Reading Circle, Wed nesday, December 4. The roll call response was State Nicknames. Two guests, Miss Gladys Reed and Mrs. Clyde Miller, wer< present. The following program was given: A selection, "Life's Othe Side", was read by Mrs. Sadie Johnston. A reading, "A Boy's Essay", by Mrs. Donald Dunbar The social hour was spent in playing rook and dominoes. The hostess, assisted by her daughters, served refreshments. The next meeting, December 16, will be at the home of Mrs Joe Tedford. There will be a Christmas gift exchange. Priscilla Circle Meeting The Priscilla Circle was entertained at the home of Mrs Orval Bassett last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Bassett and Orson Cochran was enrolled as a new member. The program consisted of a program put on by the second grade. Several contests were given. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Pre-Nuptial Shower For Miss Gladys Reed The women of the Presbyterian church gave a pre-nuptial shower for Miss Gladys Reed, at her home Saturday afternoon. One amusing stunt was, each told some funny or tragic (?) happening at a wedding. The jokes were not all on the brides either, as the bridegrooms had their share of funny things to happen. The refreshments were "each bring a dish", and as usual were very bountiful and good variety. After- f h a large ^ decorated i n Pings, when found to contain The Lenox Time-Table LENOX, IOWA VERLIN 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 cf March 3, 1879. Subscription price in Iowa, $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, DEC. 12, 1935 NO ONE RUNS DOWN WHITE ROSE GASOLINE Since the day of the first automobile this finer gasoline has been the leader in the quality field. PURE - POWERFUL - KNOCK PROOF Costs no more than Regular Gasoline MOORE'S SERVICE STATION Lenox, Iowa wards Miss Reed was presented porcelain 30.! * '° Ve: - ' * "•" ————— '•" .^^!^^^^^^^**^ M ^"* > "'*»^^«»^^. j^j^__ *• "" KED & TRY OUR HOME MADE CHILI, CHRISTMAS "CANDIES" Ib RED,& WHITE CAKE FLOUR large pkg. ' 21 II 2: RED & WHITE VANILLA EXTRArr'n, 2 ounce bottle ''2; ^^N RED & WHITE OATS, 4 8-oz. pkgs. RED & WHITE BRAN FLAKES 2 for ' RED & WHITE PANCAKE FLOUR 3>/ 2 Ib. pkg *' BLUE & WHITE COCOA, 2 Ib. pkg. 1! r 1! 1! 0. L. DAVIS We have a nice line of Holiday Goods now on display to help you solvq your gift problems. Electric Lamps, a large assortment Dresser Sets, 98c to $5.00 ; Books, Games, Toys and Novelties Antimony Ware, lOc, 25c, 50c, $1.00 Shaving Sets & Mens Toilet Sets Perfumes & Toilet Waters Make-up Boxes, 50c & $1.00 Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos in Xmas packages Schrafft's Fine Candies Fancy Stationery, 19c to Dougan's Pharmacy You will find something for each member ,of the family at our store,! We'll be looking for you. • « 3S«Ss |k * fla ^^ After All, Your Home Should Come First Think of your home FIRST! Buy Furniture and keep Christmas Cheer in your home all year 'round. Furniture gifts endure for years and years to come! ,..' End Tables and magazine racks make fine gifts for the home, and will be found here in many styles and sizes. The Coffee Table shown above is made of walnut and has a removable glass tray. Just the thing for mother. Cedar Chests, 48 to 54 in. are finished in wal™* are things of beauty. woman wants one. The Lounge Chair shown above is probably what Dad has been wishing fojr. They are in mohair and tapestry and the upholstering: is deep and restful. Gift Suggestions Table Lamps, with indirect lighting Book Racks End Tables Hooked Rugs Sewing Cabinets Children's Wicker and Wooden Rockers See them in our window. fgg£gL velour, add the home and ful, too. are Barber-Boltinghouse Co.
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