Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on December 26, 1935 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, December 26, 1935
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p ^yngCEMBER 26. 1985 IOCAILS HOUTEN Donaldson went to y Monday, for a o^eks ^th her l Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rill take care of the ho- 1 * MB. Donaldson's ab- ughes, a student at University, is at the parents, Mr. and ; Hughe., for the holi- Ke Briber, who Is . at Greenfield this year, lav and will spend her vacation with her a nd Mrs. O. E. L Mrs. Bare and family Id Christmas morning father at Pleasantville, late be dinner guests cousin in Des Molnes. L Mrs. Alfred Pantry of City arrived here for the .vacation with his par- Jlr and Mrs. Fred Pantry •itli her grandmother, Mrs. Icapps. Mr. Pantry is a ; Iowa State Univer- and Estel report the laFordV-8 truck to I King of Diagonal, and ! coach to Ben Kr omit Clearfleld. [Hayes, who spent the playing professional with the Canadian r55 years we are still jng toward the future ying to better serve nmunity. (appreciate the busi- ]you have given us ffe wish you prosper- 11936. TYLER'S IHARMACY Druggist Since 1880 towns, returned home Monday evening to spend the rest of he winter in Lenox. Since the }aseball season closed he has been working in a beet ugar factory in Ohio. Mrs. T. J. Killion left Saturday for Chicago, where she will pend Christmas with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cam. Hornaday. Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Shepherd, former minister of the M. church, but now located at Maxwell, Iowa, were brief call- rs in Lenox last Saturday; they were on their way to Northboro where Rev. Shepherd was to lave charge of a funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ethington of Council Bluffs, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Folcey will spend Christmas day with. Mr. Ethington's parents, Mr. and Mrs!. Ohasj. EtHington, in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Derrick of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived in Lenox Friday evening for the ihristmas holiday week at the oweeley homfl). Mrsl Derrick was formerly Miss Mildred Sweeley, daughter of Mrs. Mary Sweeley. Miss Pauline Shepherd, who is a student at Simpson, came Friday for a few days visit with friends. Miss Lois Cassill, student at Iowa State University, ( Iowa City, came Friday for the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cassill. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parley OI Chicago, arrived here Tuesday evening for a few days visit at the H. C. Killion home. They spent Christmas day with his parents in Corning. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Long of Columbus, Nebr., came Saturday to visit Mrs. Long's son Roy Welch and family, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Romine They visited with their daughter, Mrs. McGee, Monday, and were calling on otjher relatives and friends while here. They left Tuesday for their home. Kenneth Carey, student at Tarkio College, Tarkio, Mo., is spending his Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carey. Mrs. Phil Ridgeway and Miss Ruth Lown spent Sunday with elatives in Blanchard, Iowa. Miss Leila Cheese, who is aching at Western Springs, ear Chicago, came Saturday to pend her Christmas vacation vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3<eorge Cheese, and \\1ith Mr. I Many thanks for your business in 1935. I hope 1936 will be a much more prosperous year for you. 0. C. Bassett SHOE REPAIR BEST WISHES for 1936 and many thanks for the msiness given us in 1935 BRICKER BEAUTY SHOP umiinimimnm patronage is gre&tly Appreciated and we hope to continue our Pleasant business relations in the com»i& year. HEGWOOD SERVICE STATION NEW GREETINGS i£T ,* hanks - folks, for the business we 3 fad from you during 1935. We hope niu be the best year you have ever had. & Wood Mere. Co. Lenox, Iowa Church wil1 meet thls afternoon her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O L Copeland. Mr. and Msr. Karl McCulloch and son of Des Mcines, and Mr ' and Mrs. McMahon of Kansas City, MO., were guests over Christmas at the Mr. and Mrs W. H. Madden home. Miss Marie Evans, commercial teacher, is spending her holiday vacation with relatives at Oskaloosa. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wood spent Christmas day with Mrs. Wood's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy LePley, near Blockton. There was a large gathering of relatives. Miss Edna Clark, home economics teacher, went to Henderson, Iowa, for the vacation week. Mrs. Mable Steinwinder, first grade teacher, is spending her holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Doug- Whitlow are assisting hostesses. There will be a social meeting and gift exchange. Saturday, December 28 The Christmas luncheon of the Aulora Mclntyre Missionary society will be held at the noon hour at the home of Mrs. K R Huff. Tuesday, December 3) The Dorcas Society of the Presbyterian church is meeting this afternoon at Hotel Lenox. Mrs. Arta M^rley and Mrs. Ward Eckler are the hostesses. heese has two weeks of vaca- lon. Miss Cleopatric Wood and Vuthella Wood of Bolckow, Mo., ame Monday and will spend he Cliristmas week at the home f their brother and wife, Mr. nd Mrs. J. B. Wood. Miss Bernice Wilcke, English eacher in the local school, left "riday evening for Miles City, o spend her Christmas vaca- ion. Miss Janice Dougan, student ,t the Teachers Training school ,t Maryville, Mo., came Thurs- lay evening for the holiday va- ation with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. H. C. Dougan. Mr. and Mrs. Semon Cox of Hastings, Iowa, came Tuesday vening to spend Christmas ith their daughter and family, fa. and Mrs. R. E. Poindexter. day with them at Belchow, Mo. Mr-, and Mrs. Dort L. Davis of Weslace, Texas, and Mrs. F. s. Peterson and little daughter, Frances Jean of Omaha, who had been visiting in Texas, came Saturday and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills until Tuesday. Mr. Davis and Mrs. Peterson are brother and sister of Mrs. Mills. A big Christmas dinner was held at the Peterson home in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Dort L. Davis will leave this week end for their home in Texas, accompanied by his father, A. C. Davis, of Gravity, who will spend the remainder of the winter there. Thursday, December 26 The Woman's Relief Corps is holding their social and gift exchange meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Hayes. Mrs. Phil Ridgeway will be hostess this evening to Chapter FW, P. E. O. A pot luck dinner and gift exchange will be held. Friday, December 27 The Social Union of the M, E. UNSEASONAL CLOSING OF SCHOOLS UNWISE In former years, with common consent of popular demand, schools were hastily closed for a period of a week or longer, following appearance in a community of a case of diphtheria, smallpox or scarlet fever. News bulletins, issued from time to time, indicate that, even now, some school boards suspend school work, through fear of contagion. Each year at Christmas time, pupils and students are granted a vacation of nearly two weeks. On the supposition that the closing of schools is an effective method of stopping an outbreak, it would appear that midwinter school holiday should serve such a purpose. Records show, however, that cases of communicable disease reported during the weeks following, are quite equal in number to the cases reported during weeks preceding the holiday season. Opportunities for exposure to communicable disease through contacts outside the school are perhaps as great as those in the school room. It is undesirable to close a school due to communicable disease and particularly to declare a ban on all community activities because: (1) the health situation is hard to check, (2) preventative measures are hampered, (3) children lose valuable time out of school, (4 )parents become unduly alarmed, (5) business is disrupted and (6) health and school officials lacking true figures, rumors are lavish in supplying them. "How violently do rumors blow the sails of popular judgments." Most people now realize that ordinarily, the policy of closing school due to communicable dis ease, is both unnecessary an unwise. With the application o modern methods of disease prc vcntion and control and th combined aid of physician nurse and other health forces the unseasonal closing of schoo is, whenever possible, to b avoided. Police are hunting a thief who stole two 'possums that the convicts at the Bellwood county prison camp, near Atlanta, had fattened for Thanksgiving. To win a bet of 25 cents from a neighbor, Eugene Sanders of Homestead, Fla., swallowed a live frog. Albert Ellis of West Harwich, Mass., 52 years ago was told by doctors that his days were numbered. At 92, Ellis and his wife recently celebrated their 70th redding annivesary. Leo Blerstein of Chicago paid 15 for a watchdog. Next morn- ng he discovered that some- ody had stolen its collar and cense tag. Police found John K. Jones 'ing on a railroad track near os Angeles, thought he was ead and started for the mor- ue. On the way John got up nd asked what was happen- ng. We thank you for the business you gave us during the past year and hope we will be able to serve you during the coming year. LENOX PLUMBING CO. H. J. Ethington Not many couples can mate the record of Mr. and Mrs. eGo Jacobs of St. Joseph, Mo., wh recently observed their seventy second wedding anniversary, Mrs. Q. L. Boone, of Novato, Calif., was held captive seven hours in a folding bed. We have enjoyed doing business with you since we opened our store, and we hope to see you often in the future., Best Wishes for 1936 GAMBLE STORE W. E. Richard mnmmmmunnmmmttmumum Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Dr E. R. Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office Z Blocks West of Telephone Office—Phone 114 Regular Winter Gasoline 1 O 1O l 2C all tax prices subject to change without notice Gasoline Alley And wii we resi auuie^itu'"'" -— — had during the past year. RED & WHITE ^^^sS&fBSSSS^i^'^ s== ^~' 0 L. DAVIS , m ^^m,m al m im mmmmm m m We are looking forward to a bright and prosperous 1936 and we hope that for you the year may be better than any you have had in the past. Many thanks for the business you have given us. DOUGAN'S PHARMACY ew leaps ell ishes And many thanks, for the business you have given us. jL_L*_A_v5r Phone 39 ONE PieCE OR A CAR LOAD CLARK BARTEAU, Mgr. VlfE appreciate the business you have given us during the year just ending, and hope we,will be able to serve you again in the coming year. W. B. SHAW PAINTSHOP

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