Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on January 9, 1936 · Page 4
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-¥• THE LENOX TIME LENOX. IOWA THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. m It I PCIETH Mrs. Dey Ermand Club Hostess Meeting of G. V. Club was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand. Seventeen members were present. Roll call consisted of "Plans for the New Year." Mrs. Nellie Bryant read an interesting paper on "The Amana Colony." Mrs. Leo Carruthers chose a humorous article, "A Few Table Manners," for her selected number. Mrs. Roland Walter received high club score. The next meeting of the club U. P. Church Have New Year's Dinner The United Presbyterian church met for an all day meeting at the church New Year', day. Seventy-five were present to enjoy a fine dinner which was followed by reports and election of officers for the coming year. Keith-Reed Wedding December 31 j A very pretty wedding oc- ; curred Tuesday, December 31, 1 at the home of Rev. Arthur ' Mortenson in Villisca, when 1 Gladys L. Reed of Lenox became the wife of Byron will be at the home of Mrs. Leo j Qf Massena _ Carruthers Tuesday evening, January 14. Roll call will be "Interesting Facts of a State >\r u» PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. The sermon subject will be Faith". There will be a meeting on Sunday evening at 6:30 to organize a young people's society of the church. go by way of Creston New Year's ' Mrs. Martin and son Junior day to spend a few weeks help- of Chicago, 111., and Dr. and ing his brother, Dr. P. Smith. Mrs. Harold Stockton and baby Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hamblin of Kankakee, 111., have been spent the past week visiting at: visiting with their daughter the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou and sister, Mrs. P. O. Nystrand. Cundy. Mrs. Sadie Bender is now at Marvin Boyer, who spent his vacation here with his parents, and its Capitol." Entertained H, J. Bridge Club Miss Carrie Laughlin was As the clock chimed two, Ola Abbitt and Genevieve Webb opened the ceremony by singing "I Love You Truly." accompanied at the They were piano by Mrs. Mortenson. of the Wedding As the strains March from trita H JBrte Club I-ohensrln were heard, the bride SEr^-fi- TpS Si—-« *£rrSL2S: supper was served after which bridge was played at three tables. Miss Norma Bush held high club score for the ladies, and Robert Reynolds was high for the men. Herman Haering •won the traveling prize. Miss Norma Bush will be the hostess for the next meeting. Meeting of Past Matrons Club The social meeting of the Past Matrons club was held at -the home of Mrs. Mary Sweeley, Monday afternoon. There were twelve members present and answered roll call with a New Year resolution, A short business sessio nwas held. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge, at the conclusion of the play Mrs. W. C. Lewis received the prize. The serving of refreshments was in charge of the social committee, with Mrs. H. C. Killion as chairman. Entertained G. C. W. Club Mrs. Carrie Notz was hostess to the G. C. W. club Thursday afternoon, Jan. 2. The afternoon •was spent piecing quilt blocks. A vegetable or fruit shower was planned for the next meeting, the same to be given to the Wm. Scanlan family who recently had a fire. A shower to be given at the same meeting was planned for Marie Miller's baby. The next meeting will be In two weeks with Mrs. Ada Casey. Refreshments were served. Church of Christ Congregational Meeting The members of the Church of Christ enjoyed another one of their annual New Year's dinner and church meetings. About sixty were present for the dinner and social time, this •was followed by reports from the Sunday School, church, Aid Society, Thursday Girls and Missionary society. Officers for the church and Sunday School were elected. and the groom accompanied by Wayne Henrichs, took their places before the Rev. Mortenson. "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" was sung by Ola Abbitt and Genevieve Webb. As soft music filled the room the Rev. Mortenson read the ring ceremony in the presence of the ten guests. The bride was beautifully gowned in blue chiffon velvet with a gold hat and accessories. The bridesmaid wore brown brocaded silk trimmed with brown chiffon velvet. The groom wore black. The singers were charming in their pink taffeta dresses and white kid shoes. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Faith Reed of Lenox. She is a graduate of the Lenox High school and attended college at the Northwest Missouri State Teachers College at Maryville, Mo. She has also been a successful teacher in the schools of Taylor county. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. E. J. Keith of Corning. He owns a shoe store in Massena, where the young couple plan to establish their home. The guests at the wedding included the following: Mrs. Faith Reed, Mrs. E. J. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller, the Misses Genevieve Godden, Genevieve Webb and Ola Abbitt, Mrs. Arthus Mortrfnson and daughter Northa and Mr. Wayne Henrichs. Immediately following the ceremony the guests drove to Lenox where a dainty two- course dinner was served in the home of the bride's mother. Forty-three guests were present at the reception and dinner. Besides the wedding party, the The individual who disclaims his belief in loudly Hell is usually afraid he will spend his eternity there.—T. K. Missionary Collection. Because of the inclement weather last Sunday many who had missionary envelopes did not turn them in. We are holding back For your contribution. Turn it in next Sunday. Bible Reading. .You are not too late to start in the Bible reading program sponsored by L. A. L. Club Met at Will Terry Home The L. A. L. club met Tuesday evening, Dec. 31, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Terry, Jr., it being their 10th wedding anniversary. Progressive 500 was played and Mrs. Randall Haynes and John Krohmer won high scores while Mrs. Terry held low score. Those who were present were Mr. and .Mrs. Randall Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heaps, Mr. and,Mrs. Evan Brannon, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shum, Mr. and Mrs. ,Tom Lockhart and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Krohmer and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller ! and Shirley, and the host and hostess and children. M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. 3pworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. At the morning worship ser- r ice the pastor will preach on The Driving Power." Mr. Leslie Templin, missionary educator from India, will be with us in the evening and will deliver the message. You should not miss Mr. Templin's talk. Following the evening service the quarterly conference will convene under the leadership of Dr. A. H. Barker, our District Supervisor. We extend unto you a cordial invitation to attend these services. returned to his school duties at Peru, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McArthur went to Rockford, 111., last Saturday to visit their daughters, Mrs. Irvin Patterson and family. Miss Elva Knott returned to Mrs. the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roland Bruner in Des Moines, and will be for som etime. Mrs. Edwin Bowcn Flora Stell Bruner, daughter of Joseph A. and Mary Susan Bruner, was born near North Henderson, Illinois, October 26, 1878. She moved to Taylor Co., her school duties after enjoy- I Iowa, when a small child, where ing holiday vacation her ewith her mother. Oscar Key of Canada came Wednesday of last week. Mrs. she has resided until her death, December 30, 1935. She was married to Edwin R. Bowen, December 7th, 1912. One Key was called home several chi i dj Frank Rae, was born. She weeks ago by the serious illness . a j so ra ised one step daughter, of her mother, Mrs. Nora , p au line Bowen Sporn, to whom Sturms. Mrs. Sturms died Thursday morning. Miss Maxine Thornton of Bradyville spent New Year's night here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McArthur. Guy Brown, who has been to Colorado Springs for the past two months with his wife, who went there last fall to regain her health, returned home Friday. Clarke Taylor of Lenox was here Saturday on business. Charley and Marvin Brown spent Sunday with friends near Jlarinda. Sharpsburg School Notes The Sharpsburg basketball team lost one game and won one against Nodaway last Tuesday evening. The seconds won their first game of this season by a score of 25 to 14, while the first string men lost by a score of 24 to 15. Our conference game with Nodaway will be was a real mother. She is survived by her hus- our church. Keep track of the p i ayed January 24. number of chapters read and report to your Sunday School teacher. Only report to the pastor in case you do not attend Sunday School. Try and report each week. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. W. A. Thompson Sabbath School, 10:00 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. The preacher says: A man can trust his conscience more than his head or his heart. Coach Dahlgren is working on his basketball team getting them in shape for his conference game with Gravity Friday evening, January 10. Let's have band, Edwin R. Bowen, one son Frank Rae, both of Conway, Iowa; her daughter, Pauline Sporn of Lincoln, Nebraska; and one grand-daughter, Joyce Ann Sporn; also her mother, Mary Susan Bruner, and one sister, Mrs. Minnie Polsley of along fine and will soon be able to be home again. Mrs. Lester Owens was taken to the Greater Community hospital in Creston last Wednesday night with scarlet fever. Mr. Owens visited her Sunday and brings the report that she is much better. The 'new babe, Gary Lee is at the home of its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Owens. Mr. and Mrs. John Hepperly have leased their property In north Clearfield to Mr. and Mrs. Fay Van Winkle, and expect to move into Mrs. Hepperley's property 2 blocks west of Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Monk and family have moved into the former Randolph property recently vacated by Van Winkles. Prescott won two basketball games from Clearfield at Prescott Friday night, the girls winning 22 to 19, and the boys 33 to 31. Both games were rough and close throughout. LIFE STORY OF MRS. T. J. STURM Eupha Lenora Hegwood, was born Dec. 10, 1859, at Alta, Pe- Conway, Iowa. Her father, two O ria county, 111. ,and died at her sisters and one brother have home near Sharpsburg Jan. 2, 1935, at the age of 76 years. Her mother died when she was 13 years old and she at once took sisters and one brother have preceded her in death. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. A. Walls of the Conway M. E. Church, at the home at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday. Interment was made in the Clearfield cemetery. Obituary—Robert Jeanes Robert Jeanes, son of James and Ann Squires Jeanes, was born in Sommersetshire, England, April 1, 1850, and died at the home of his son, Jeanes south of Mount Iowa, January 3, 1936, at the over the home and served in that capacity until her marriage. She was married Sept. 1, 1881 to Thomas Jefferson Sturm, of Dunlap, 111., and to them were born four daughters and three sons, Ethel, Irvin, Pearl, Archie, i Olive, Harlie and Lula, all of Avr i whom live ln Iowa except Mrs. n * tV.p Ethel Key of Saskatchewan, , OE n itT j Canada, and Irvin of Standford, age of 85 years, 9 months and' Mont ouaimiuiu, 2 days. Mr. Jeanes came to America when 14 years of age and went to live at the home of his lren - seven Mrs. Sturm -is survived by her brother, James, at Shanghia, husband and her seven child- grandchildren and two great grandchildren. One guests included Mr. Elmer Keith and and Mrs. family of CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship Senior Y. P. C. U. 7 p. m. It is still wise and well to attend church not spasmodically but regularly. Those who stay at home habitually are missing the discipline, the vision, the fellowship of a great experience. There needs to be no elaborate ritual nor learned sermon for one to find God. A little ritual some prayer, a bit of script, a modicum of sermon and the earnest soul finds strength, burg to see this game. The team needs your support. The Sharps basketball team plays New Market Tuesday evening, January 14. This game is also a conference game. The following grade pupils made 100 percent in spelling last week: Grade 8, Richard Croft, Alice Fickess, Paul Fickess, Dora Marie Grimm, Walter McMahill, Mildred Pennebaker and Maynard Stogdill. Grade 7, Bernice Blair, Ellen Knott. Grade 6, Junior Selders. Grade 4, Mary Louise Cundy, Hazel Loraine Edwards, Ruby Norma Jean Grazier, Warren County, Illinois, when ! 8randson > Orl ° Leonard Sturm, he followed the pursuit of farm- died Jul y 16 > 1928 - A sis *er, Mrs. Jessie Earnest, Winnebago, Minn., and a brother, Charles Grade 3, Phyllis Grimm, Helen Louise Harmon, Helen Huber, Marilyn Pennebaker. Grade 2, Dorothy Mae Eel-- ders. Marilyn Pennebaker, who has ing and grew to manhood. On August 10, 1870 he was married to Emeline House of Shanghia and to them were born four children. One died in infancy. The three living are: J. E. Jeanes of Mount Ayr, Annie McGuire of Osceola, and Maggie House of Clearfield. The family resided in Warren county, Illinois, until 1901, when they moved to Taylor county, Iowa, locating south of Clearfield. In 1904 they moved to Clearfield, where Mr. Jeanes lived the remainder of his life, with the exception of occasional visits to the home of his chld- ren. The wife and mother died March 11, 1906. On August 15, 1917, he was married to Nancy Welliver, who died August 15, 1934. He is survived by the one son and two daughters, one broth- Hegwood, Toulan, m., also r _ She came with her family to Iowa in February, 1393, and in cated on the far mnorthwStt Sharpsburg where they J ued to make their home was a loyal member O f Methodist church of which became a member in 1914 Funeral services were held She the the Methodist church in Shams " burg Sunday afternoon j an ." at l:3ff, In charge of the pastor the Rev. Jas. Walls. Mr °' Mrs lor sang a solo arid a ' quartet sang "Lead Light", "God Will Take Care You" and "There Will Be N O Night There." Interment was made in th eLenox cemetery Salem Affairs Mr. and Mrs. DeHappit and family of Creston were dinner guests New Year's day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barker and Hilda. Chas. Moser and D. Leo Wray visited Arlie Caskey at the Melvin Casey home near Kent, Tuesday evening. Faye Jean Rood, now of Omaha, was a week end visitor with Leatha Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riley and family opened their home on New Year's day to Mr. Riley's brothers and sisters and their families. A potluck dinner was the pleasant feature of the day, The Lenox lime-Table LENOX, IOWA VERLJN 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 of 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, JANUARY 9, 1936 healing and health for a sickly h ™""**" ™ l ?* UM 2' "", "" er, Richard Jeanes. of Alexia, cm,i Pneci^icrv, o™™.H 0 <.,™ been absent from the primary ' nna .. „/. ,, .„ nf soul. Pessimism, agnorticism, soul sloth, corruption of morals, Refreshments were served. Corning, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lauver and family of Corning, Cecil Keith and Miss Helen Moore of Corning, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hoyt and family of Massena, Mr. and Mrs. George Keith and daughter of Elliot, Lannie Godden, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Godden, Keith Godden, of Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. John Keith, John Harlan and Raymond Abbitt, Mi\ and Mrs. James Cotrell, Mrs. Edwin Hurley, Mrs. George Clayton, Mrs. Charles Deaver of Lenox, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keith of Massena. Sunny Sisters Met Dec. 26 The Sunny Sisters met at the home of Leona Baker with Marjorie Morrjis asssitant hostess, Dec. 26. Along with the business meeting we had our grab bag, afterwards going to the kitchen where Mrs. Ambrose gave two demonstrations, one making gingerbread, and the other pop-overs. After the unbrotherliness lay foothold on . that soul which deliberately neglects spiritual exercises. room because of illness, was able to Bernice and Dorothy Reed 111., one sister, Polly Coate of England, thirteen grandchildren, seventeen great-gra; .dchild- ren, and two great-great grand! children, besides other relatives CAR WASHING AND GREASING We have hot water at all times for washing cars and thawing frozen brakes. Don't drive a dirty car in winter weather and it will look nicer in the spring. We have complete greasing service and give prompt attention to the job. Let us wash your car with hot water before we grease it. Then you are sure of a good grease job. HEGWOOD SERVICE STATION Sharpsburff There will be a Union Temperence meeting held at the Presbyterian church January 19 \ school last Friday morning, in the evening at 7:30. body welcome. The ladies of the Presbyterian m ^ th ,V° Untry and nd a host of friends. I will attend school there. j Wilma Slum of Bedford visit- j ed school several days last week. Irene Boer visited in the high Every-1 Alumni of the Sharpstaurg high school home from college, who visited our school last church held their regular j week, included: Billy Young, monthly meeting Thursday at! from p ark College, Parkville, the home of Mrs. Grace Selders Mo -! Kathryn Young, '33, from The next' meeting will be Jan. 15, at the hymeipf Mr. and Mrs. John Krohmer. Attended Watch Party The young people of the United Presbyterian church of Clearfield invited the young people of the United Presbyterian church of Lenox to a watch party New Year"s eve. The party was held in the church basement. Games were played and refreshments were served by the Clearfleld young people. Rev. •TJidmpsojrt • and Mrs. meeting was adjourned, refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held with Vada Evans, January 25. News Reporter, Leona, Baker the Lenox young people. For Visiting Guests A pot luck supper and an evening of bridge was held at the home of MJg. and Mrs. Clark Barteau, New Year's evening for Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rost of Rockford, Iowa. Several interesting games of bridge were played, Mrs. E. ojtIPennebaker receiving the trav- leiirig prize. with Mrs. Clella Harman and Mrs. Hazel Brown as assisting hostesses. They planned to have a chicken dinner Thursday, January 23, at noon. Mrs. T. J. Sturms died Thursday, Jan. 2, at her home northwest of town. Funeral services were held at the M. E. church Sunday at 1:30, with Rev. Wall in charge. Burial was made in the Lenox cemetery. Miss Maggie Brown of Kirksville, Mo. spent the past week here visiting her brothers and sisters. Cecil Smith of near Coin spent Tuesday night of last week here with his sister, Mrs. Clyde McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Will McKay went to Council Bluffs last Thursday to take their daughter Mrs. Gladys Eicher and children who have been visiting here, to heir home. Mr. and Mrs. Del Pennebaker took their daughter, Annabell back to her college duties at Ames, Thursday. The ice company here is getting things lined up to commence putting up ice for next summer. Donald Smith went to Chica- the University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Allan Rutledge, '33, from Iowa State College, Ames; Marvin Boyer, '34, from* the State Teachers College, Peru, Nebr.; Max Griffith, '34, from Missouri State Teachers College, Maryville; and Anabel Pennebaker, '35, from Iowa State College, Ames. Clearfield Events The Young People's Society of the Lenox United Presbyterian church were invited to a night watch party in the United Pres- )yterian church of Clearfield New Year's Eve. Eighteen members of the Lenox society came over to enjoy the evening. Games were played and refreshments served and at a late hour all departed to their homes wishing each and everyone a Happy New Year. On New Year's Day the United Presbyterians had their annual dinner in the church basement. A basket dinner was the feature of the day. In the af ternoon a business meeting o the congregation was held. On account of the bad roads very many were present. Funeral services were held unday afternoon .at 2 o'clock the Christian Church in learfield, Iowa, Rev. P;. O. Ny- trand, the pastor, conducting le service, assisted by Rev. H. . Hutchman, pastor of the hited Presbyterian church. In- erment was made in the Clear- eld cemetery beside his wife. Pall bearers were grandsons f Mr. Jeanes, and are as folows: Lloyd Jeanes, Robert eanes, Donald Jeanes, Harlan reeman, Lyle Nelson and Paul Greeley. Missionary Society The Ladies Missionary Society f the Christian church met at he home of Mrs. Harry Cole, hursday afternoon, January 2. The subject of the lesson was, Finding Life in God". Those aking part on the program ere Mrs. Harry Cole, Mrs. Gene Baxter and Miss Maude Stevnson. A general discussion Qf he theme was enjoyed by all. Mrs. E. C. Nickle read, a let- er from India. Farmers Union Program . The Farmers "Union met at he Art theatre Friday night, January 3. . 4 The program follows: Reading, Roy Beggs. Playlet, "Slight Misunderstanding", Nioma Lane and Gordon Dowe. Music, Bert Knox. Reading, Robert Rosebraugh. Play, "Waiting for the Train" by a cast of twelve. Sue Swan was taken to the Greater Community hospital in Creston last Monday fpr mastoid treatments. She is getting Charter No. 14040 Reserve District No. 7. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN LENOX In the State of Iowa, at the close of business on Dec. 31, 1935 ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts $ 69,692.70 2. Overdrafts ' None 3. United States Government obligations, direct and|or fully guaranteed 111,322.50 4. Other bonds, stocks, and securities 15,915.02 6. Banking house $6000.00 Furniture and fixtures, $1000.00 7,000.00 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 32,095.82 9. Cash, balances with other banks, exchanges for clearing house, etc 179,694.22 13. Other assets 525.12 TOTAL ASSETS $416,245.38 LIABILITIES 14. Demand deposits, except United States Government deposits, public funds, and deposits of other banks $204,037.79 15. Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds, and deposits of other banks ... ..... . ............. 64,982.03 16. Public funds of States, counties, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities .............. 78 770 58 Total of items 14 to 18, inclusive*: ' (b) Not secured by pledge of loans andlor investments ..... ....... 347,790.40 : ':•,<£<-. TOTAL DEPOSITS .......... $347,790.40 27. Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid .....:.., ................ , =-.0 v> 2|8. plvidends declared but not yet payable arid ........ LOW** amounts set aside for dividends not declared ... Class A preferred stock, 100 shares,! ...... 95<0 ° par $100.00 per share retirable at $100. ssonnnnn Surplus Undivided 'profits^-net ' 5 *$$ Reserves for contingencies'.' Q f 80 ' 73 Preferred stock retirement fund ' TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT TOTAL LIABILITIES .$65,930.16 $65,930.16 ..$416,245.38 my knowledge and belief. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of Jan., 1936 B. P. WURSTER ' (SEAL) N ° tary PubU <> is true to the best of RETTA GOODALE, Cashier Correct—Attest: J. E. CAMERON C. E. GAINBS W. H. MADDEN Directors. <^

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