Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on January 9, 1936 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1936 THE LENOX TIME TAB^ .LENQX,, IOWA lOCAILS Miss Lois Casslll returned to Iowa City New Year's day to re- |ume her college work, after the holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cas- > Mrs. Moines Homer Wills of Des came Wednesday to lend a' few days with Mrs. L. Harding. Mrs. R. V. Miller and two ihildren, Ray and Barbara Ann, returned to their home in Rich- .ond, Mo. last Friday, after [pending the holidays with her >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bry- fant. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rost and two daughters, Evelyn and Ilene >f Rockford, Iowa, were over light guests of friends in Lenox Few Year's Eve. Mr. and Mrs. :ost returned home the next ay, while the girls remained for a longer visit. Miss Gretchen Copeland, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Jopeland of Lenox, was strick- sn Saturday afternoon with an ittack of appendicitis while at wk in Omaha. She was rush- 'ed to the St. Joseph hospital and an emergency operation was performed at 8 o'clock that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland left immediately for Omaha and remained with her until Tuesday evening. She is getting along as well as can be expected at this time. Mrs. R. K. McQee and son Robert of Osceola returned to their home Sunday after spending a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walter, and other relatives and friends. Miss Alison Scurr of Creston was a guest at the Arnold home New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Keith left Monday for their new home in Massena after a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Faith Reed. Harry Trumbo of Osceola and A. V. Trumbo of Chicago, were Sunday dinner guests with Misses Edna and Flossie Schultz. Kenneth Carey, a college student at Tarkio, Mo., returned to his school work Monday, having spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carey. Miss Marie McEniry returned to Creston Sunday night after spending two weeks vacation at home. Good Laying Mash, $2.00 at Anderson Produce. Arthur Van Houten of Davenport came Thursday to attend the funeral of his brother, W. C. Van Houten. Nutrena Egg Pellets at Anderson Produce. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McEniry and family and Thomas E. Mullen of Creston spent Sunday in the McEniry home here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tully, Monday, Jan. 6, a daughter, at the Greater Community hospital at Creston. She has been named Gwendolyn Verlee. The Dorcas society will hold a bake sale at the United store Saturday, Jan. 11. Glen McEniry returned to Omaha Tuesday after spending the holidays at home. Guaranteed mineral at Anderson Produce. A. J. Finn of Jefferson, la., came Friday to attend the funeral of W. C. Van Houten. T. H. Monahan of Drummond, Idaho is visiting at the C. B. Menoher home. He is a brother of Mrs. Menoher. Dixon & Estel report the sale of new Ford V-8 cars to Fred Abernathy and to Glenn Dixon of Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pantry, who have been spending the Christmas vacation here, returned to Iowa City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley A. Porter returned with them after spending a week at the John Porter home. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Menoher and baby of Macksburg visited during part of the Christmas holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Menoher. Upon his return to Macksburg he found that during his absence the school board had held a meeting and promoted him to principal of the high school with an increase in salary. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dixon were in Des Moines on business, Friday. Mrs. Howard Williams and daughter Phyllis Ann of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clute and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ethington and family visited New Year's day at the Clifford Bailey home near Diagonal. Mrs. Williams and daughter returned to their home Saturday •ft 81 about your winter gasoline You will not hear your starter go slower, s-1-o-w-e-r, s..l..o»we--r before Winter Blend Conoco Bronze starts up in this weather. Hence your car will at last have some chance of doing the thing it was intended to do—keep the battery charged with no outside help. And we promise that you will be able to un-learn your old habit of leaving the choke out for blocks and blocks, which is unnecessary with Conoco Bronze — meaning that you won't waste this gasoline, or get your oil so thin that it needs excessive changes this winter. Those are the things that really count in choosing your winter gasoline—regardless of all the arguments. Please make a careful note of what this says about our Winter Blend Conoco Bronze, and see if you don't say exactly the same. Continental Oil Company, Established 1875 WINTER BLEND ONOCO RONZE GASOLINE night. Mrs. Lottie Lust and daughter Dorothy, of Tarkio, Mo., visited friends in Lenox Wednesday and attended the annual dinner at the United Presbyterian church. Miss Margaret Ball of Creston spent Saturday with Miss Iowa Mullin. Mrs. Bertha Cless of Des Moines attended the annual dinner at the United Presbyterian church New Year's day. Mrs. J. W. Nevius and daughter, Mrs. Virgil Vincent, and granddaughter Helen Vincent of Bedford, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smoldt of Cedar Falls visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Menoher last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Beadle and daughter Marjorie returned home last Friday after spending the holidays in Fort Smith, Ark., visiting in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Msr. J. O. Byers, and with thesir lother daughter!, Mearle, who has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Byers for the past year. Both daughters are employed by Dr. C. S. Bungart as his assistant and secretary. Buy a new Ford V-8 from Dixon & Estel on the new six per cent plan. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Bender and Mrs. H. C. Dougan were in Maryville, Mo. Tuesday evening attending the installation of officers of the Order of Eastern Star. Miss Mary Batrber, sister of Mr. Barber, was installed as Worthy Matron. Mr. Barber was the Installing Patron, Mrs. Marcia (Barber) Bender presented her aunt with the Chapter's gift and escorted her to her station in the East. Earl B. Margerum left Monday for Seymour where he will work in a store with his brother-in-law for a while. na to MUHU c§>an <=dnti>nl> tlilt wlnttt? t—auJi all uou, want to Ltotv — <=S*et. l/Uute L*-9ntct J-tavtl j^utcau, ^Denvtt, Lsolt. CONOCO PRODUCTS FOR SALE BY BECK BROS. & WALTER Tankwagon Service-Phone 74 Thursday, January 9 The Thursday Girls will meel at the Hotel this afternoon. A sack lunch will be served. The Woman's Relief Corps have\ postponed their meeting from today until Thursday o" next week, January 16. Plac of meeting will be announced next week. The American Legion Auxil iary will meet at the Legion hal this evening. Sack lunch. Friday, January 10 The H. S. club will meet thi evening with Mrs. Francis Fol cey. Miss Iowa Mullin will be hos tess this afternoon to the meet ing of the Annette Newcome Missionary society. The Ladies Aid society hav )ostponed their meeting from oday until next Friday after- oon. The meeting will then e held at the home of Mrs. W. . Kilby, with Mrs. Dar. Carter ssisting hostess. The L. F. G. club will meet his evening at the Kilby home, /ith Misses Mae and Vera as ostesses. Tuesday, January 14 The members of the G. V. lub will meet this evening at he home of Mrs. Leo Carruth- rs. Wednesday, January 15 Mrs. W. J. Kilby will be hos- ess today to the regular meet- ng of the M. F. C. Club. Mrs. Fred Childs will be hos- ess to the regular meeting of he Lenox Fortnightly Club at er home this afternoon. The Harmony Reading Circle s meeting this afternoon at the ome of Mrs. Sadie Johnson. The M. F. O. club is meeting his afternoon at the home of s. H. C. Dougan. tended the W. C. Van Houten funeral Friday afternoon. Mrs. Willard Campbell and son Hal Dean visited last Friday at the Ira Campbell home. Prairie Star Events Prairie Star ladies aid met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. TV. Davis. Esther Morley visited the unny Hill school Friday after- loon. Mrs. Ray Hewitt visited last 'riday afternoon in Creston vith Mrs. Lela Denhart. Ray Hiley returned to Mary- ille, Mo., Sunday, after spend- ng his holidays with his par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shawler a,nd Vina Lee were over Saturday night guests in the W. H. Leach home. Phyllis Clipson was sick part if last week with chicken pox. Mrs. Edith Hewitt was on the dck list last week. Helen Hewitt was absent from school last Tuesday on account of caring for her mother. Earl Leach, Mr. Martin and ulenn Leach called on Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leath Sunday evening. Esther Morley returned Sunday to Creston to take up her school work after two week's vacation with her mother, Mrs. Arta Morley and brother, Harley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potts at- Household Articles AT PRIVATE SALE PRICED TO SELL Hoosier cabinet, good as new; Keeney Rome day bed; good solid oak dining table; one drop leaf table; 6 dining chairs; Hemmingway ironing board; 1 dresser; plate glass nufrror, good; 2 beds and coil springs; 1 three-hole oil stove, Perfection; and small articles. GET YOURS BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE DOES CORA G. BRYANT Brakes 'Slippery streets—icy roads—all sorts of accidents may occur in this kind of weather. Be sure your brakes are in good shape. We do expert relining. . We have had experience on all makes of trucks, tractors and cars and will give you satisfaction. Battery & Tire Work General Repair Work J.V.Wymr Old Stamps and Currency If you have any old or unusual currency or stamps bring them in and I will try to buy them. Want especially stamps of the Civil War period and prior on original envelopes if possible, also certain kinds of $2.00 bills (old large size) fractional currency and Confederate currency. Look thru the old letters stored away in your attic or elsewhere about the place. You might find some valuable stamps. Bring them in to Dougan's Pharmacy. H. C. DOUGAN Sale of Household Goods at the E. E. Rodenbaugh home, three blocks west of United Food Stores, Lenox, Iowa. Friday, January 10,1936 All household goods and effects, consisting of furniture, rugs, bedding, dishes, kitchen utensils and garden tools, etc. Sale to begin promptly at one' o'clock Friday afternoon Several pieces of walnut furniture. B. F. WURSTER, Executor tnmmmmammmmtmm Dependable! Service AT Moore's ALWAYS Send your laundry to us and see how dependable the service really is! Every bundle washed individually—fine linens given expert handling. Moore's Laundry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey Enoand, Agent Telephone 96 What Can You Afford VOU say you can't afford to take Chiroprac- •*• tic adjustments. Very well, but can you afford to be ill? Can you afford to try to run your business or your home when you are riot efficient because of not being up to par physically? If you can afford these things then you can afford to take Chiropractic adjustments. Really, adjustments cost little. They take but little of your time. It is not necessary for you to completely undress (as many people think) ; it is not necessary for you to spend hours each week in the doctor's office. Chiropractic not only restores good health but it prevents poor health for when the body is in good condition, so that every organ is doing its duty, then ill health cannot get a hold. Figure out what you can afford — good health or poor health. X-ray and Neurbcalometer Service Dr E. R. Penncbaker CHIROPRACTOB Office * Blocks W<*( of T*tol*oii«

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