Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on December 19, 1935 · Page 4
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LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA OCIET Yl Surprise Shower For Bride A surprise miscellaneous shower was held Thursday evening, December 5 at the home of Mrs. Dale Reimer in honor of Miss Louise Wurster whose marriage to Mr. Harold Wynn took place the following Saturday. Mrs. Ealrl Wilson was assisting hostess. Bridge was played at; four tables and Miss Carrie Latigh- lin held high score. Invited guests were Mrs. Clifford Smith, Mrs. Juanita Grouse, Creston, Mrs. Orval Walter, Mrs. Ben Wurster, Mrs. Ed Hurley, Mrs. Donald Bubb, Mrs. Geo. Gray, Mrs. Ed Stough, Gladys Anderson, Virginia Huff, Genevieve Mahariry, Eloise Bricker, Bernice Hunter, Mildred Peacock, Marian Cheese, Nadine Davis, Carrie Laughlin and the honored guest. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. II: Fortnightly Club Has Christmas Party Mrs. J. W. Walter entertained the members of the Fortnightly Club at a Christmas meeting, Wednesday afternoon. Twelve members were present and two guests, Mrs. A. L. Barker of Humeston and Mrs. Alta Paymal of Oklahoma City, who are visiting in Lenox. A religious program was given with Mrs. John Eberle and Mrs. Fred Abernathy In charge. At the close of the bridge play Mrs. Fred Childs held high club score. Dainty refreshments •were served by the hostess. A pleasant feature of the afternoon was the exchange of Christmas gifts. Shower For Thelma Toland Mrs. Earl Henderson enterain- ed with a miscellaneous shower, Friday afternoon for Miss Thelma Toland. Miss Toland was married Sunday in Des Moines to Mr. Wesley ^Gamble. Many useful gifts were received and a f pleasant afternoon was spent. Refreshments were served. H. S. Club Christmas Party Mrs. Harry Walter was hostess to the Christmas party of the H. S. club Friday evening, December 13. Twelve members responded to roll call with a Christmas verse. Mrs. J. B. Wood read several articles on Christmas. Bridge was played at three tables and Mrs. M, J. Sluss received the high club score." Mrs. J. J. Walter was a guest.. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Francis Folcey Friday, January 10. Entertained For Mrs. E. Abernathy Mrs. Fred Abernathy entertained a few of her neighbors Wednesday afternoon, December 11, in honor of the 76th birthday of Mr. Abernathy's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Abernathy. The afternoon was spent in visiting. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Church of Christ Aid Society The Ladies Aid of the Church •of Christ met at the home of Mrs. Wm. Baylor with Mrs. Wm. Sanders as assisting hostess. Twelve members were present -and the afternoon was spent with their own work. Mrs| I. G. Randels read a Christmas story and Mrs. T. J. Killion conducted a contest. A nice gift exchange was a pleasant feaufre of the afternoon. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Gamble-Toland Wedding Miss Thelma Toland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Branch Toland of Lenox, and Mr. Wesley Gamble, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Omar Gamble. of Des Moines, were united in marriage Sunday, December 15 at 9 a.m. The single ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Stevens at the Baptist parsonage. The bride wore a powder blue crepe dress and the groom an oxford gray suit. They were attended by tlie bride's sister, Miss Maurine Toland and David Morris of Lenox. Mrs. Gamble is a graduate of the Lenox High school in the class of 1834, and has been em- ployed at the Lenox bakery. Mr. Gamble is a graduate of the Webster City High school, and is employed at the Rogers hotel, Des Moines. Their home will be at 1210 west Sixth, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Porter presented the bride and groom with the wedding cake. Oyster Supper Mr. and Mrs. Homer O'Connell of Corning, Mr. and Mrs. June Brokaw of Sharpsburg, Wm. Miller and family, Mrs. Jas. McDonald, Charles and Alice McDonald and Kenneth Worley of Alliance, Nebr., enjoyed an oyster stew at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones last Friday evening. Sunday Dinner Guests Mrs. Phil Ridgeway entertained at dinner Sunday the following guests: Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly and son, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Fleming, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bassett. M.F.C. Ladies Christmas Meeting Mrs. Phil Ridgeway entertained the members of the M.F.C. club at the Christmas meeting, Wednesday afternoon. Fifteen members were present and answered roll call with a Christmas quotation. The lub was happy to have had Mrs. Nellie Childs with them at that time, as it has been several months since she was able to attend. The Christmas pro- ram was a surprise program with all members taking part; Mrs. Sweeley was leader of the program. The program opened with the singing of Christmas carols with Mrs. Mary Leckliter as leader. The program consisted of readings by Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Poindexter and Mrs. Hufnagle. A poem was given by Mrs. Carter. A "skit" was given by Mrs. Ridgeway, who was assisted by Mrs. .Barteau at the piano, and Mrs. Holben as soloist. Other musical numbers were a piano solo by Miss Ruth Lown; a trio, Mrs. RidgewayJ, Mrs. Holben and Mrs. Leckliter; a piano solo by Mrs. Holben; one-act play, "Trials of Christmas Shopping," was presented by Mrs. .Killion, Mrs. Kilby, Mrs. Tyler and Miss Ruth Lown. The program ^closed with a solo, "The End of a Perfect Day," by Mrs. Leckliter. A few games of rook were played and a social hour enjoyed. The Christmas spirit was in evidence all through the house, with the brightly lighted Christmas tree and Christmas bells, and the beautiful bouquet of cut flowers of red and white carnations. A delicious two-course dinner was served by the hostess. The afternoon closed with the Christmas gift exchange. Christmas Party For M.F.O. Members Mrs. Ben Walter was hostess Wednesday afternoon to the 'hristmas party for the members of the M.F.O. club. The fifteen active members were present. The program was in charge of Mrs. K. R. Huff, who gave a paper on the history of the Town of Bethlehem. Christmas carols were sung by the club. Mrs. H. C. Dougan gave he story, "The Gift of Magia". Mrs. Floyd Boltinghouse read a story, "Christmas Gifts." Forty-two was played with Mrs. J. A. Porter holding high score. Christmas colors were used in ;he decorations and were carried out in the refreshments which were served by the hostess; a favor was present- d to each member by the hostess. An exchange of Christmas gifts was held around a ;aily lighted Christmas tree, freshments which were served by the hostess, and a favor was presented to each member by the hostess. An exchange of Christmas gifts was held around a gaily lighted Christmas tree. Bridge Party At Reynolds Home Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Reynolds entertained at bridge last Wednesday evening, and four tables were arranged for the play. Mrs. Raymond Miller and C. C. Mills received the high score prizes. Mrs. Jennie Preston received the traveling prize. At the close of the play, refreshments were served. Salome Chapter O. E. S. Meeting At the regular meeting of Salome chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Tuesday evening, there were about 45 members present and the following guestsf Mrs. E. A. Douglas, Mrs. Clipson, Mrs. Everett Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dougan. During the business meeting the following officers were elected for the coming year and will be Installed at the January meeting: Worthy Matron, Mrs. Nellie Bryant; Worthy Patron, Verlin Sweeley; Associate Matron, Mrs, Metta Porter; Associate Patron, W. W. Walker; Conductress, Mrs. Amje Cash; Associate Conductress, Mrs. Ethel Bricker; Secretary, Mrs. Mary Carey; Treasurer, Mrs. Edna Madden. A gay and happy affair was the gift exchange as each member selected a gift from a table near a brightly lighted Christmas tree. A pleasing feature of the evening was the courtesy that was shown to the Past Patrons, who were seated at one long table, gay with the Christmas colors, place cards and favors of cigars and candy. The honored guests were W. H. Madden, Fred Childs, J. H. Barber, Roland Walter, W. C. Lewis, O. P. Arnold, Dr. W. H. Cash and H. C. Dougan, a past patron of the Bolchow, Mo. chapter, and the present patron, J. A. Porter. Sharpsburg W.C.T.U. Met The Sharpsburg Women's Christian Temperence Union held its December meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Etta Young. Mrs. Olive Blood, vice president, had charge of the meeting. Nine members responded to roll call with current events. Mrs. Bessie Underwood led devotions, reading a Christmas story. Rev. and Mrs. Walls of Conway were guests a'nd both gave short talks, which were very interesting. Mrs. Croft of Sharpsburg, was also a guest. Olive Blood, Bessie Underwood and Rev. Walls were appointed as program committee for a Union Temperence meeting to be held at the Conway church, Jan. 12, and the Presbyterian church at Sharpsburg on Jan. ,'19. Plans were made to make candy for the Benedict Home at Des Moines and the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. Dainty refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Jan. 8, at the home of Mrs. Olive Blood. L.F.G. Held Christmas Party The L.F.G. club held a potluck supper and Christmas party at the Lenox hotel Friday night}. The dining room was trimmed with Christmas bells and red and green streamers draped with sparkling tinsel throughout the room. The program consisted of a whistling solo, '"Star of the East", by Miss Vera Kilby. A Christmas story by Mrs. Berdice Wilson; duet, "Holy Night", by Mrs. Ola Abbitt and Mrs. Ruby Miller; a poem, "Farmer Browns Christmas", by Miss May Kilby, with Mjiss Vera KSlby at the piano. Christmas carols weve sung while the committee arranged the supper to be served on a long dining table, which was decorated with red candles in green leaf and holly berry holders, and a wreath of ever green for the center piece. Five tables of bridge were played with Miss Bernice Kilby receiving high schore, Miss Vera Kilby, second high, and Mrs. Lester Levi of Clearfield, the traveling prize. •At the close of the evening, Miss Lenore Dunbar, the president of the club, acted the part of Santa Glaus, calling the name on each package and presenting the gifts. Thursday Girls Christmas Party The Thursday Girls Christmas party was held at the home of Mrs. O. P. Arnold last Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. John Drain and Mrs. Gladys Davis as joint hostesses. Thirty-five members and six guests were present. The guests were Mrs. Francis Folcey, Mrs. Orson Cochran, Miss Loleta Johnson, Mrs. Flora Donaldson, Mrs. Roy Bassett and Mrs. Jess Wynn. The program consisted of a one-act play, "The Deaf Old Lady and the Tramp", by Mrs. Leo Caskey and Mrs; Thelma Bethke. Mrs. Caskey gave a reading "The Old Maid". Mrs. Chas. Eckler read an article, "Christmas Gifts." Mrs. Thelma Bethke and Mrs. Alice Preston sang "The Old Spinning Wheel." Little Juanita Bethke sang "Animal Crackers in my Soup." The gift exchange and the serving of refreshments closed a pleasant afternoon. Chapter FW P.E.O., Met Mrs. Claude Dixon was hostess Thursday evening to the regular meeting of Chapter FW, P.E.O. Twenty members were present and responded to roll call with a gift suggestion. The program consisted of Exemplification of the Ritual. Christmas carols were sung with Mrs. Dixon as leader. Mrs. J. .A. Porter and daughter Julia Frances sang "Holy Night." The next meeting will be the Christmas party with Mrs. Phil Ridgeway, December 26. Minister and Family Honored The Presbyterian congregation gave a house warming for their new pastor, Rev. Knotter and family, last Friday evening. A pleasant social evening was spent and refreshments were served. A shower of fruit and vegetables were presented to them. Teachers Have Christmas Party The teachers' Christmas party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dougan, last Wednesday evening, with Mrs. Mabel Steinwinder and K. U. Parker, in charge; they were assisted by Mrs. Parker. There were eighteen present. The Christmas spirit was very much in evidence with the house decorations of red and green. The color scheme was carried out in the buffet supper served at six thirty. The Christmas tree with its gift exchange was a pleasant feature of the evening. Bridge was played and Miss Alice Maxwell held high score, and Mrs. Jennie Dahlberg held second high score. Meeting of Woman's Relief Corps Mrs. Wm. Barrans and Mrs. Mary Hayes were hostesses to the social meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps, Thursday afternoon. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Robert Barr, were present. The house was very pretty with the Christmas decorations. During the business meeting the following officers were, elected: President, Miss Hattie Henderson; senior vtfce president, Mrs. Emma Donaldson; junior vice president, Mrs. Jim Lock, treasurer, Mrs. Clara Bryant; chaplain, Mrs. Marge Barrans; guard, Mrs. Fanny Kilby; conductress, Mrs. Clara Holben. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in quilting. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be a Christmas gift exchange party at the home of Mrs. Mary Hayes Thursday, December 26. flnmte ^^> PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. U. Y. P. C. E., 6:30 p.m. The subject of the Cunday morning sermon will be "No Room at the Inn." The Christian Endeavor young folks will meet with the Methodist young folks at the Methodist church Sunday evening. 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, "The Supreme Message." The subject for the evening sermon will be, "Ivory Palaces." We extend unto you a cordial invitation to attend our services. Many an individual would understand more about the Christmas message If he would bury the hatchet and then forget where it was buried.—T. K. On Thursday. Dec. 19, the Priscilla Circle will meet in the basement of the, church. Bring a sack lunch and a present for the annual Christmas gift exchange. All members are urged to attend. Looking Forward Don't fojrget the missionary collection for the first Sunday in January. Remember a penny a day for missions through the month of December. January 12. Dr. Leslie Templin, missionary from India, will speak at the evening service. Dr. Templin is visiting every charge on the Creston District. We are fortunate in having him for a Sunday service. The Quarterly Conference, in charge of the Dist. Supt. will convene following the services that evening. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 7:00 Christian Endeavor 7:30—Evening Christmas Pro- grrna. • Morning sermon topic, "Peace and the Prince of Peace.' (Christmas sermon.) In the evening we present a simple, yet worthwhile program of Christmas music by the choir plus script quotations, songs, and a very short playlet. The offering goes to the Child'Savings Institute of Omaha, one of our six homes for children. They have a family of 74 children at present, most of them under 4 years of age. They care for babies and place them for adoption in good, Christian himes. 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 young people had a party at the Kennedy home last Monday evening. The attendance was very fine and we are proud of these young people. Friday, Dec. 20, the Social Union will meet in the church. A pot luck luncheon will be served. Y. P. C. U. special Christmas service at 6:30 this Sabbath evening. Hal Dean Moyle will be the leader. Special Christmas Dawn Service at 6:30, Christmas Day morning. The public and community is cordially invited. Sacred Christmas music will feature the service. Notice to choir members. All the members of the choir are asked to come to the church next Sabbath afternoon to rehearse for the sacred music of the Christmas Dawn service. Time: 2:30. For your meditation we are what we are, regardless of what we say we are. ..^scriplSn—^r--^ fl.50 pel 1 vwir in , ta side of^aWo n « dvw SSwfeS-S 1 Regular Bron Gasoline 1 \ p - i -*±V/ all Gasoline Allej Service Station! Bedford, I a . Charles Keating of Jerome, Idaho, while camping in the woods awoke to find a deer with his tail within reach from the tent door. He seized the tail but the deer got away, but he kept part of 'the tail to prove the story. ,. , Buy one of the folloj articles and you will I a wonderful Xmas p. ent for years to coraj We Carry in Stock Maytag Washing Machir New & Used Cream Sep Atwater-Kent Radios] Philco Radios Farm Light Plant Batfc Repair Separators and Delco Plants PHONE 186 or SEE US AT { STORE A. H. PEACOCK! Meeting of W. C. T. U. The W.C.T.U. meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Milo Fleming, Tuesday afternoon. The devotional subject was the Christmas theme. Christmas songs were sung; Mrs. Clara Rogers rea'd the scripture, and Miss Winnie Hagler read an article, "Bethlehem". Mrs. Wm. Barrans read a Russ\in legend on Christmas. The business meeting consisted of the collection of remaining dues a~nd the discussion of current events. Mrs. Carruthers Celebrated Birthday Sixteen relatives and friends who brought basket dinners, gathered at the home of Mrs. Wm. Carruthers, sr., Sunday, to help her celebrate her birthday. She received many useful and beautiful gifts and everyone present enjoyed the day IRONS We have a nice assortment of electric and Coleman gas irons. They are beautifully made and any woman would be proud to own one. SLEDS There will be snow yet this winter and your youngsters will want sleds. We have them in various styles and they are very reasonably priced. A 14-year-old girl stood before Judge John Stiles of Menominee, Mich., and pleaded to be married to her 20-year-old sweetheart without her father's consent. The father had shaved her head so she would be ugly. Visit Our Store In. our store you will find a large assortment of new merchandise, both in the hardware and furniture departments. We also have a good stock of toys, table ware, china, and many other things needful in the home, all of which would make good Christmas gifts. GIFT SUGGESTIONS PYREX—the heat resisting glass cooking ware. Many sizes and shapes. DISHES—Glass and china ware in beautiful patterns. KITCHENWARE — Everything that is needed in the kitchen, from a large roaster that will hold a turkey, down to paring knives. TOYS — Air-rifles, games, ice skates and roller skates. LAMPS We would like to have you come in and see our beautiful display of lamps and shades. There are both table and floor models and .they a*e very reasonably priced, too. PERCOLATORS Se our line of percolators. We have them in electric and non-electric models. We also have dripplstors and regular coffee pots. All our electric ware is of the finest quality. MIRRORS Mirrors in all sizes and, shapes. Beautiful mirrors are decorative as well as useful. You will find them here in a wide range prices. WAGONS-ITRICYCLES We have coaster wagons, sturdily Built of steelf the kind that will last a youngster for years. Have you seen the new model stream lined tricycles? They are beauties and are just what the the youngsters want. We also have bicycles for the older boys and girls. RUGS What would be finer on Christmas morning than to have Santa Claus come walking in with a beautiful rug on his shoulder? In addition to regular rugs in many sizes and colors, we also have a large assortment of beautiful Congoleuui rugs. Barber-Boltinghousc Co.

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