Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on December 12, 1935 · Page 5
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-DECEMBER 12, 1935 OCMS VAN fljuo* '•• • Harry and Mitchell oi of Villlsca, morning service TE; church. Following *' t j, ey W ere entertam- [£ tJ. E, parsonage. .„ of Epworth Leaguers tended the District league convention in lW - Methodist Those at- "le7e"M^ orie Beadel > rice, Mildred Walker, iter and Rev. Thom' Several gave reports worth League meeting lday evening, reporting i the inspirational mat- d also the good social the 5° 0 n Saturday. and Mrs, j. L. Hurley ttie week end with Mr. is. Ralph Hurley at Win- N. C. Davidson, who has been at Excelsior Springs recuperating from his recent serious illness, returned home Monday feeling much better. Wendell Fleming, who had to take a ten day vacation from his duties as meat cutter in the United Store at Leon, because of an injured hand, returned to his work the first of the week. Miss Merle Bush has returned to her school work at Ottumwa, after spending the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lura Bush. Chas. Bivens has a sore lip and a vacant place among his upper front teeth as a result of trying to crank his car last Friday. The crank slipped and struck him in the face, severely cutting his lower lip and knocking out a tooth. Open House meeting of P.T.A. at Caskey corner schoolhouse, Friday eve, Dec. 13. Program and eats will be served. Cedar Spent tion with her sisters",'Mrs. Margarette Moore and Miss Ethel Jill McKelvy, who is on her way to India as a missionary. Mr, and Mrs. Jonathan Casey and daughter of Osceola were here last Wednesday visiting with Mrs. Casey's parents, Mr. where she! Mo. Mrs. Strough was formerly Miss Wilma Walker. J. P. Reckner has been quite Sunday morning. He since and Mrs. Stahl. Lee Griffin went to Kansas City last Tuesday for a visit with relatives. E. Lockhart of Hancock, who has been spending several weeks at the home of his son, Tom Lockhart, returned home last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bajrrans made a business trip to Creston Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Holben returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where they had spent a few days with their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Barrans and family were callers at her grandfather's home in Conway Sunday afternoon. rcnnls has been suffering with gall stones. Wednesday he was feeling much better and was able to sit up for a short time. Herman Holben went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a Shrine meeting. A big Legion meeting at Atlantic today for National Commander Murphy. All Legion men from Districts 9, 7, and 5 are invited. Mrs. A. L. Barker of Humeston came Saturday and is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Lewis. Dr. A. L. Davidson of Coin was a Lenox business visitor Monday and Tuesday. Miss Jennie Manroe, who has been in the hospital at Ottumwa, has been transferred to the hospital at Oakdale. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jones, Friday, December 6, a Vn. C. E. Gaines has been nursing Thursday, December 19 Mrs. Wm. Barrans will be hostess this afternoon t<5 the social meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps. The Thursday Girls are meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. P. Arnold, with Mrs. John Drain, assisting hostess. There will be a gift exchange. Friday, December 13 The Ladies Aid Society of the Chutch of Christ, is meeting with Mrs. Wm. Taylor this afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Sanders is the assisting hostess. There will be a gift exchange. BILL LEONARD, SHOWMAN, DEAD The following was taken from Northwest Missourian, published at Sheridan, Mo. W m. Leonard Schoonover, vetetran showman, known to all his friends as Bill Leonard, passed away Nov. 20, 1935, at the Buhl, Minnesota hospital. Death was due to a cerebral hemmorhage. Mr. Leonard had been ill over two years. He was 54 yea'rs of age. Surviving is his companion, Nora, one brother, Clarence, of Ashlake, Minnesota. The deceased was a member of the Methodist church at Ridgeway. Missouri, and was af- filiated with the A. F. and A. M. lodge at Ridgeway, and had taken the Scottish Rite Degree at St. Joseph. The Leonards have made their home at Ridgeway since 1914, but in August this year, he was removed to his childhood home. The funeral conducted from services were the Methodist church at Ridgeway on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. N. J. Imes under whose pastorate Leonard was converted, officiated. Buorial was made at Rose Hill cemetery with the Mason lodge in charge of the grave service. The ladies of 'the Catholic an j nfected flnger for the past [AT DOES IT WEIGH ? ? ? ? ? You are invited to come to our office and Lke a guess at what the large lump of coal on ilay there will weigh. The coal will be given EE on Saturday, December 21, to the per- iffho makes the best guess,as to its weight. haveji't the faintest idea what it eighs. It came in a load of Centerville coal Us probably the largest single piece of coal >r hauled into Lenox. We haven't weighed All we know is that it is very heavy. Come in, look it over, measure it, lift it (if ican) and tell us your guess as to its weight. Jdoesn't cost you a cent. If you win you get ecoal. If you don't like Centerville coal we'll ;you equal value of some other kind. L. F.DAVIS COAL SEEDS hurch will hold a food sale the day before Christmas. Watch for their ad in this paper next week. Mrs. Mark Sluss, Mrs. Mary ,eckliter, Mrs. Phil Ridgeway and Mrs. Paul Davis were Creston visitors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Alta Paymal of Oklahoma City is visiting with rela- ives and friends in Lenox until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. I. Fritz of Denver, Colorado, came Wednesday for a visit with their uncle and cousin, Irving Shafer and Miss Etta Shafer. Misse's Ruth and Mae Kilby spent Tuesday in Des Moines. Miss Kathline Poindexter ALBIA COAL Ton $K.75 Delivered ' V OATS per bu. Good, clean oats that will more than weigh out One good pure bred Shorthorn Bull GEO. McLEAN Phone 213F21 week. Neighbors and friends will shuck corn at the "Will Becherer farm today. Mr. Becherer is in a hospital in Creston. He was quite badly injured when a horse struck him. Rev. Chas. Colyns' house burned Monday night. The fire started in the attic. Rev. Colyn is the minister at the Salem church. Rev. Stanger, pastor of the Second Christian Church of Davenport, has announced that hey will be ready to dedicate heir new building early in Jan- aary. This building is the former Blue Grove church that torn down and moved to Davenport, and was rebuilt as iear like the Blue Grove church as possible. The L. F. G. Club will have a gift exchange and Christmas j party at Hotel Lenox this evening. Mrs. Harry Walter is entertaining the H. S. Club this evening. Monday, December 16 Mrs. Roy Key will be hostess this evening to the members of the G. V.'C. Club. SPECIALS it MILLS STYLE SHOP Tuesday, December 17 The members of Salome chapter O. E. S., will meet in the hall this evening for their last meeting of the year. There will be election of officers. A Christmas gift exchange (limit lOc) will be a part of the social hour. Refreshments will be served by a committee. Wdcncsday, December 18 Mrs. Joe Tedford will entertain the Harmony Reading Circle this afternoon. There will be a gift exchange. Mrs. B. F. Walter is entertaining the M.F.O. Club today. This is the Christmas party. MADDEN'S GROCERY DEPARTMENT CORN FLAKES, Briardale, 2 Ig. pkg. OATS,G.W.C., 5 Ib. bag PUFF RICE, to make candy, pkg. PANCAKE FLOUR, 3 Ib. bag -— WALNUTS, extra large, pound RAISINS, 2 Ib. pkg. CHOCOLATE CHERRIES, per box 25c 12c 15c 25c 15c 25c 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. The sermon next Sabbath morning will be on the subject, "The Moral Crisis". In the evening the sermon will deal with a certain aspect of the spiritual life. Special Christmas services at 7 a. m. Christmas morning. There will be a special Christmas morning service. It is desired that all members of the church be present at this service. The L. F. C. ladies are meeting today at the home of Mrs. J. W. Walter for their Christmas meeting. Mrs. Phil Ridgeway is hostess today to the members of the M. F. C. There will be a Christmas program and gift exchange TYLER'S "YOUR DRUGGIST SINCE 1880" COAT SPECIAL and children's winter coats, now 1-3 OFF in sports, swaggers, and untrimmed. Leather, mesh and In black, brown, a green. Reasonably HATS — silk All velvet and hats, values to $5, choice $1.00 Metalic hats, values to $3.98, choice, $1.50 GLOVES — In silk and suedes new and all best colors. 59c to $2-95 kid, All of the DRESS SPECIAL Dresses in silks, knits, velvets, and Wash dresses and smocks, values to $129,.. Christmas Special— $1.00 HANDKERCHIEFS Fancy, boxes, bake beautiful gifts -* Silk HOSIERY P value. our best 29c 29c to $1.00 $1.25 special at LINGERIE Braziers, Stepins, Bloomers, u>m- binations, Pajamas, princess Slips, in crepes and silks. Special Christmas Prices Special Prices on Outing Gowns M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Rvening Service, 7:30 p.m. At the morning worship service the pastor will preach on "Getting Out of Difficulty". Following the sermon, Holy Communion will be offered. The sermon subject for the evening service will be "The East Wind". We extend a cordial invitation to attend these services. If there is something about a sermon which causes you to become wrathy, it is time to check up on yourself—T. K. Remember the bazaar and food sale held by the Priscilla Circle this coming Saturday at the United Food Store. The ladies will be ready for business at 1:00 p.m., and will continue until 6 p.m. Looking Forward January 5. Missionary collection in Sunday School. Remember-a penny a day thru the month of December. January 12 Dr. Leslie Temp- U , connected with missionary educational work in India, will speak at the evening preaching service. Quarterly Conference will follow the service that evening. CHURCH OF CHRIST j. G. Randels, pastor 10-15 Church School 11 : 80 Morning Worship 7-00 Christian Endeavor A study in prayer will occupy us at the morning worship. The evening topic will stress the great evangelic virtue. The choir will practice Sunday afternoon to make program of music for Christ mas Sunday evening. C A. Johnson, father of Mrs ttene Castle McLaughlin of Chicago, was fined $25 for kicking i his daughter's dog. Our Rural Schools Platte No. 1 Mildred Wilson, teacher Our six weeks tests are over and eight of our school had an average of 90 or over. They were: Velda Chandler, Dick Ferguson, Marjorie Haas, Darleen Wurster, Nadine Haas, Dorothy Haynes and Floy Beck. Darleen Wurster got 100 in spelling on her grade card. We wrote Thanksgiving stories and booklets. We are now working on our Christmas presents. Christmas posters v/ill be made in art this Friday. Our room is beginning to look as if Christmas was near. Marjorie Haas was one of the lucky contestants in the Onward contest put 'on through the Economy store. Marjorie Haas Santa makes up HIS list from our store. You can too. Everything here for a real Christmas. Here are some suggestions of items you will find here: on a Special Holiday FARES between all points on the Burlington and to many points on connecting roads in the west. per mUe for round trip tickets good in coaches or chair cars. Minimum fare 50c per mile for round trip tickets—good in Pullman or parlor cars at usual charges. Tickets on sale daily Dec. 12 to Jan. 1 incl. RETURN LIMIT—JAN. 31 Half fare for children Also reduced holiday fares to points east of Chicago and St. Louis via connecting roads. lie 2c TOYS TOILETRIES TOBACCO CANDY GAMES RADIOS ELECTRIC WARE STATIONERY BOOKS TREE TRIM GIFT WRAPPINGS PEN SETS KODAKS CHINAWARE GLASSWARE PICTURES LEATHER GOODS AH Moderately Priced TT R. E. POINDEXTER Ticket Agent Of the thousands upon thousands of letters which were received in the Gooch's Best Flour Contest,, every one was read and given an equal chance in the judging, despite the fact that some of the letters were written in foreign Jang- with the Gooch Company or IU dealers. Th« 1935 STUDEBAKER Grand Priz« Won By MARTHAMAE BARTA, Ord, K.br. THK 100 OTHIR WINNM* *T 3fffir """" " »!i» If n. in •J«U. ..IC«W ti- : ni .» it ii' Ml f rfes. Utt. Htrte Uu CconcTl Wa "OiSuTWiJ; •fiScss M,.. OttoV l&iTC I to: BEST FLOUR A AT YOUR GROCERS «

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