Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on December 26, 1935 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, December 26, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA 'DC I ET¥l Surprise Party for Mrs. J. H. Barber Mrs. Rollie Bender carried out a very pleasant surprise birthday party Monday evening, for her mother, Mrs. J. H. Barber. Sixteen ladies met at the Lewis home and then went to the Barber home and greeted Mrs. Barber with the "Happy Birthday" song. ' The evening was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Fred Childs received the high score prize, Mrs. A .L. Barker received the traveling prize, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Arlo Richard. A shower of handkerchiefs and several other gifts were re• ceived by Mrs. Barber. A dainty two-course lunch •was served by Mrs. Bender, assisted by Mrs. Horace Fleming. The guest list included Mrs. J. W. Waljter, Mrj. Fred ChildsJ, Mrs. A. H. Peacock, Mrs. J. A. Porter, Mrs. Russell Key, Mrs. Mary Leckliter, Mrs. M. J. Sluss, Mrs. Mary Sweeley, Mrs. Phil Ridgeway, Mrs. Arlo Richard, Mrs. Fred Abernathy, Mrs. A. L. Barker, Mrs. W. C. Lewis, Mrs. Lloy3 Davis, Mrs. Horace Fleming and Mrs. W. H. Madden. Surprise Party Homer McClintock was very Tnuch surprised Tuesday evening, Dec. 17, when friends and relatives brought cake and ice cream and helped him celebrate njis birthday which' was Dec. 18. The evening was spent visiting and bridge was played at 3 tables. Those present were: Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilcox, Miss Nadine Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wilson, Randall, Wendell and Berneeta, Ed Wlison, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson, Les Wilson and L. Banks, Mrs. Elda Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mildred, Minnie, Cecil and Marvin, Merrill Steincamp and Marian Steincamp of Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Geo. Ferguson, ST., Mabel, Flora and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Wilcox and the honored guest of the evening, Mr. McClintock. G. C. W. Club Met With Mrs. Rundlett The G. C. W. club met all day with Mrs. Eva Rundlett, Thursday, Dec. 19. A potluck dinner was enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was spent in quilting. Vernon Nixon was given a shower of many useful gifts. A Christmas grab-bag was enjoyed. Mrs. Jess Haggerty, Elizabeth and Opal, were guests. During the business meetUg .16 members answered roll call. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Jan. 2, with Mrs. Carrie Notz. Altar Society Met Thursday The Altar Society met at the home of Mrs. Ora Wilson on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 19, with 30 members present. Out-of-town guests were Father Kelleher of Osceola and Mrs. Alta Paymal of Oklahoma lity, Okla. After the business meeting a program was given. Father McStay wave a fine talk on "The Christian spirit of Christmas." Father Kellehen gave an interesting talk after which he entertained the society by singing three songs, which were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Nellie Nelson read an article entitled, "Early History of the Pioneer Catholics of Iowa." Isabelle Schaub and sister, Cecelia, gave two violin selections. Closing number, "Catholics in the Philippines," by Frances Nagle. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Wilson, assisted by Mrs. Mary Madden, Mrs. Margaret Sapp, Miss Lizstfe Finn and Mrs. Virginia Wilson. Mrs. Tedford Hostess to H. R. C. Mrs. Joe Tedford was hostess apptj year to the Christmas meeting of the Harmony Reading Circle on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 18. Thirteen members and two guests, Mrs. Clara Haley and Mrs. Laura Black, were present. The response to roll call was Christmas quotations. The following program was given: a selection, "The First Christmas Eve", by Mrs. Catherine Jones; a story, "A Great Saving", read by Mrs. Sadie Johnson; the "Ageless Storjf," read by Mrs. Geo. Black; a poem "The Christmas Spirit," read by Mrs. Donald Dunbar. The program was followed by the gift exchange and the social hour. Refreshments were served by the hostess. At The Wurster Home Monday Evening A pot luck dinner and gift exchange was held Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wurster. The following families were present: Mr. and Mrs. LeVern Roll and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson and Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker and Mildred' and Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Herme Beamer and Genevieve and Elinor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maharry and Kathlene, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stoner. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker and Eloise and Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potts and Gail, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wynn, Mrs. Maude Wells, and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wurster, Margaret, Helen and Marion. Pot Luck Supper At O. L. Copeland Home Several families were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Copeland at a pot luck supper Monday evening. Following the supper the evening was spent in playing bridge. Prairie Star News The Prairie Star aid society met last Thursday with Mrs. Hugh Clipson. Harley Morley lost one of his horses and a hog, last week. Willard Campbell was very ill last week with quinsy. The Sunny Hill school has a week vacation. They gave a nice program Friday night. Mrs. Rose Wurster, Pearl and Howard, visited last Tuesday evening at the W. H. Leach home. Kenneth Fine has infection in one of his hands, and was taken to the doctor Saturday, for medical aid. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hewitt gave a Christmas dinner Sunday for their children. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hewitt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bentley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shawler and Margaret Ann, and Irene and Helen Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Campbell, Phyllis and Larry Ray, enjoyed a Christmas dinner Sunday at the Clarence Olson home. Ray Hiley of Maryville, Mo., came Friday and will spend his Christmas vacation with his mother, Mrs. Wilda Hiley, -and children. Mrs. Willard Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Campbell were shopping in Creston Monday. Esther Morley, who attends college in Creston, returned home Friday and will spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Arta Morley, and brother, Harley. Grace and Joy Ann Clipson are spending their vacation in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clipson. 0 I desire in this way to express my appreciation of the confidence you have shown in me, and to wish you a happy and prosperous 1936. Dr. M. J. Sluss OPF.CE m •oSRSSS™ IOWA < . ana W 1 IN 1936 r E thank you for the business you have given us during the past year and hope to see you again during the coming year. Barber-Boltinghouse Co. HARDWARE — FURNITURE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Subject of morning sermon, "Inventory." 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. 7:00 Christian Endeavor At the Morning Worship service the pastor will preach on "Moving Forward." The sutiV ject for the evening sermon will be, "Building on the Foundation." We extend unto you a cordial invitation to attend our services. The person who loudly professes that he does not believe in resolutions is usually afraid to make the necessary check-up on himself.—T. K. 6n Friday afternoon the Social Union will meet with Mrs Fred Holben. Mrs. J. J. Walter and Mrs. Whitlow are assisting hostesses. There will be a social meeting and a gift exchange. Looking Forward January 1st. The Methodist pastors of the Creston District are challenging their people to read, through a three months period, as much of the Bible as possible. Keep a record of the number of chapters read and report to your Sunday School teacher or to the pastor. January 5th. Missionary collection. A penny a day through the month of December. January 12th. Mr. Leslie Templin, missionary from India, will speak at the Sunday evening service. Following the service the Quarterly Conference will convene for a short business meeting. Stringtown Wayne Smith went to Missouri last week and is visiting at his brother, Harold.s. Harry Reese went to Wisconsin Isat Saturday on a business Itrip. Se was accompanied by Orville Bush. Miss Margaret Tallman and pupils put on a good program last Wednesday evening at the school house, and on Friday, a pot luck dinner was enjoyed by the pupils and parents. Santa Glaus was a welcome guest in the afternoon. Carl Denz was a Des Moines business visitor last Thursday. Joe Brown and Mrs. Grace Mclliary spent part of last week in Prescott with their father, who was very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller and Shirley Raydene were dinner guests last Saturday at the Roy Bush home. Loren Crow came last Saturday and is spending his Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Crow. Clark Swatt'tz visited last week end with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Swartz. Miss Merle Bush of Ottumwa is spending her Christmas vacation with her mother and other relatives here. Howard Morris of St. Joe is enjoying a vacation from his school work and is visiting his parents. Miss Pauline Shephard of Your patronage shows that you appreciate having a bakery and we appreciate your business and will continue to try to please you during the coming ( year. LENOX BAKERY J. A. Porter UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. W. A. Thompson Sabbath School, 10:00 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 28, the Christmas luncheon of the Aulora Mc- Hityre Missionary Society will meet at noon today in the home of Mrs. Huff. Wednesday, Jan. 1. The annual church basket dinner will be New Year's day. Please come earlx as the ladies wish to serve promptly at 12 o'clock, to ac- comodate those In school and business. The annual meeting of the congregation will be held Jan. 1, 1936, at 2 o'clock. The chairman asks that the usual reports be ready for this meeting. EMPLOYEES of IOWA SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO D many thanks for the business you have given us in the past. We hope our relationship will be pleasant in the future, also. HAWKEYE LBR. CO. W. C. LEWIS, Mgr. Maxwell was a welcome guest at Strihgtown Sunday morning. Rev. and Mrs. Shephard were supper guests at the Lee Hanson home Saturday evening. They were enroute to Northboro, where Rev. Shephard had charge of a funeral. The funeral of Floyd Chules' father was held at Stringtown last Friday, and burial at the Stringtown cemetery. Three 16-year old boys in Montclair, N. J., must wash cars of the police , department as punishment for changing a 1933 license to a 1935, and using it. William Finck of Pittsburgh got out to repair the tail light of his car, which was parked on a hill. The car rolled, knocking over Mr. Finck, and crashed into a house. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Pate, of Wood River, 111., who named their 15th child "Finis," have decided their i s name, and ilog." John Bush of T O., didn't have a did have an Played after .« nM , SSo^h La™ "» J ==-==, The Lenox line.] il^ts-v^ sSasuss^a n__l_^_" i «fcn 3 ti S ^ scr ^Ption~^rlcrirl |fo? e sVtT $ w« QUR, business has been good because you made it so. We appreciate the business friendships we have made and hope we will be able to please you as much in the future as we have in the past. Many thanks and best wishes. ECONOMY STORE J. G. Leckliter GREETINGS T the close of another eventful year, it i with the greatest of pleasure and apprecia tion that we pause to extend to our host o customers and friends Arnold Funeral Home 7?'V>.*> » _^f<K* • « ^v^T-^. TN OUR twelve years of business, T some, changes have been made. But one thing remains the same, and thai is our thanks for your business in tne past, and our good wishes for you in the New Year, ANDERSON PRODUCE Phone 123W

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