Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE. LENOX, IOWA THURSDAY, JANtJARV Pleasantly Snrprised erer and family. Mr. and Mrs. o« Brov.-n and family, Mr. and A very pleasant surprise was Mrs. John Porter, Mr. and Mrs. •worked out last Tuesday for'John Drain, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mankin Wray, Jan. 7 being his Kayne-3. Mr. and Mr.s. Will Bry- 90th birthday. Mrs. Chas. Wray ant. Rev. and Mrs. I. G. Ran- invited the Salem congregation del;. Mrs. Hegrvood and Mr. ana and several friends and neigh-.Mrs. Les KiJby. bors to her home that day and a pot luck dinner was served at Entertained at Card Party the neon hour. Just before din- And Buffett Supper ner -.-as announced Mrs. Leo Miss Mynne Mae Schafroth Wray began to play on the piano 'v,-as host ass to a Buffett supper the hymn, "Best be- the Tie" and and card party at her home on all joined .singing the beautiful Friday evening. Those who at- words. After Rev. Colyn led in tended were- the .Misses: Rose, prayer in behalf of the one, Mr. Anne BoyJen, Mar:.- Maloney, Wray whose Jong life had been Berna and Erma Uehling, Ethel spared to live with his loved ones Liner. Claudine Swartz, Delma Thursday, January 16 Regular meeting of Tremont Lodse No. 343, A. P. & A. M. the afternoon. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting be with Mrs. K. B. Huff. 1AAA Decision—Hog And Pork Prices University Clnb Meeting at Creston The ruling of the Supreme | Court that the AAA is unconstitutional will probably have • little effect on trends in the hog The inter-ddnominational market during 1936. Prices full amount of the processing tax—$2.25 per 100 pounds? In unconstitutional they felt safe hi tax margin in, c w depressed by the full amount of for hogs. The actual the processing tax. Because of during Christmas week tax evasion and exemption of about $1.35. Assuming that this held There will be installation of of- Ministerial meeting was held at jumped around 65 cents follow-!^ on hoe - was ficers. , The Priscilla Circle will meet j of R«v. and Mrs. E. this afternoon at the home of; A covered dish luncheon Mrs. M. J. Sluss. who will be as- ; -served at the noon hour. A fisted in the duties of hostess: short program consisted of a by Mrs. H. C. Dougan and Mrs.' piano solo by Mr. Hayden and S F. Hufnagel. i a talk Dv Rev - Johnson of the Creston Thursday at the home i n g the announcement of the j court that processing taxes were ; illegal, but since then have: fluctuated within a narrow j range of the new level. Why didn't prices rise by the pork products entering foreign j trade, it is likely that the de- | pressing effect of the processing was around Thisi is the amount credited to the ' processing tax by D. A. Fitz- j gerald who made an exhaustive j P nces margins in sale value of hog not change mucl f The Ladies of the Alter Soci- jLuthern church of Creston. Rev. j oved it lots> will meet at the home of \ and Mrs. I. O. Randels and Rev. j' ^ iss ir ene Boor and ordath long day Hill. Bc-rnice Hunter, Opal Hagher ail de- eerty, Elizabeth Haggerty, Irene Louise and friends. After visiting with each parted wishing Mr. V.'ray many McKay, Margaret and more happy birthday. All were'Jensen. glad to'know he is enjoying good : The Messers: Louie GJick, Ver- health and takes a great inter- non Saunders, Carl Symonds, est in his community and Harold Symonds, Walter Sy- church. monds, Everett Richards, Law- Jrence Haggerty, Leland and Ernest Uehling, Francis Bridgeman, Dick Autry, Shorty Davis, Taylor County Editors Met Here Vflrlin Sweeley was hast Mrs. Ida Readhead today. Friday, Januarj- 17 Salome Chapter will hold a special meeting this evening at the Masonic hall for the installation of the 1936 officers. Re-, freshments will be a box sup- j per. Each one is to bring a box for one. The meeting will open j promptly at 7:30 o'clock. j The Ladies Aid of the Church ' of Christ is meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Kilby, with Mrs. Dar Carter assisting hostess. The Royal Neighbor Camp will meet this evening at the Legion j Thompson of Lenox i the meeting. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. W. A. Thompson Sabbath School, 10:00 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. Y. P. C. U. 6:30 j Friday, January 17: The So- 'cial Union will meet in the attended ; rjimshee visited our school on Tuesday of this week. We have been having current events every Friday morning. For opening exercises on Wednesday morning we have organized a "Better Citizenship Club". We re-elect offcers every month • and the pupils take charge of | study of the entire corn-hog j C j^j on ) program for the Brookings In- ' stitution of Washington, D. C. Hog prices theoretically should , rise by about SI.75 per 100 Ibs., i J! an . DUt " n S leveuj whole. f -5 did iede- _ . . t Summm g all these fig^ ]t aPP 6 " that the pact* be .' - • then, when the processing tax ! back on hog prices earl 5' was lifted. The packers had widened their operating margins (dif- cost of 11 We are quite busy reviewing for semester exams. | Raymond Miller and Dorothy Tackett have a perfect atten- :or the t-o Lloyd Swartz and Melvin the editors of Taylor county at Kay. a dinner at his home Monday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill, Mr. evening. Although some of the and Mrs. Orlo Moore, Mr. and Me- ! hall. This Is the time for installation of officers. Mrs. Glenna Wyant, Mrs. Donna ester. Paul Oxley was absent from school January 3. cember (or else taking it off the price to the consumer i and the advance early this vreek about completed the job , ,, , , i The evidence -fairly clearlv \n Sl. a , n< L*J ^ °^ odu ff jdicates that the farmer * "" ine , p a yi n g the processing D3CK, gp^Tjtjg t-tic price to tl last , mor .^ouid have dropped 651 of hog prices ris- summer, however they have not |cente had to pay the tax directly to! ing the government. The courts had given them in- The Westminister Fellowship group of the Presbyterian Mrs. Maude Richard and Miss; boys were unable to attend the Mrs. Harold Hill and family, Mr. | church will have a party at the meeting at the last minute, a and Mrs. Melville Olive and I home of the minister, Rev. and quorum was present and offic- family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude!Mrs. Knotter tonight. ers were elected at a business Swartz. meeting following the dinner. Hunter, and and Mr.s. Lonnie Mrs. Owen The- Social Union of the U. P. Church will meet at the church L. H. Andrews of the Clear- : Schafroth and family and Mr. I today. Hoste.sses are Mrs. Glenfield Enterprise was elected pre- • arK j Mrs. Joe Schafroth. na Wyant, Mrs. Donna Runyan, Mrs. Olive Mclntyre, Mrs. Maud Richards and Miss Verlee Layne. i Tuesday, Januarj- 21 Tuesday, January 21. The attention of the congreation is called to a very important conference in the church at 1:30 this afternoon. The ministers and official members of our sident of the county group: A. W. Kamblin of the Bedford Bridge Party at Times Press, vice president, and j> re ston Home Verlin Sweeley secretary and tors present, besides the host, were L. H. Andrews, J. S. Francis ol the Gravity Independent and L. M. Shav/ of the Taylor Coun- tv Herald at Bedford. 7,-as re-elected ^irs. Jennie Preston and Mrs. j The regular meeting of Salome treasurer. Edi- ; Edna Haas entertained at eight 'chapter O. E. S. will be held tables of bridge Monday even- j tonight in the Mason:': hai!. The \r-.v, &.: the home of Mrs. Preston, j 1935 officers will serve the re- H.^h ;;core prizes were award- frv:r.rnerr.:;. ed lo Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dix- , Wednesday, Januarj" 22 on. O. P. Arnold received the! Mrs. J. B. Wood will be hos- traveiing prize. Dainty refresh-' tess to the H. S. club this even- ments v.-ere served by the hos-; ing at Hotel Lenox. • tesse.s. Thursday, January 23 The Woman's Relief Corps will meet this afternoon at the Le- hall. There will be instal- Stirprise Party For John Muir Mr. 1 }. John Muir entertained at a surprise party in honor of: Meeting of her husband's birthday last j H. S. Club Sunday evening. Guests pres- j Mrs. Francis Folcey was hos- j lation of officers. ent were Mr. and Mr.s. Frank j tess to the H. S. club at her home j : Hatton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry j Friday evening. Roll call was | The program consisted of a Grey, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dea-|" M y First School Teacher." j duet by Do ris Bryant and Mary 3f l nd ^ ^ ^ i^™' i The P r °e ram was b y Mfcs Ma- i Kilby, "Whispering Hope"; a vo- Floyd Dahlberg and Dorothea, ble Ferguson who read an article ! cal s 0lo by Mrs Jess Wynn "The Mr. and Mrs. George Grey, Mrs. ..-—---.. > J • Mt. to be here. The conference will last two hours. The program will be: 1. The Spiritual concept of the church budget—Dr. E. F. Kimmelshue. Des Moines. la. 2. The Tithe—Or God's method of adequately financing church budgets—Dr. W. A. Pollock, College Springs. 3. The Church in They House— j Dr. J. W. Bickett, Newton. The members and officials of junctions whereby they were required to pay the tax into a fund until the Supreme Court ruled upon the constitutionality had the most j of the Agricultural Adjustment i outstsanding grades for the first i Ac ^ ! semester with an average of 95. j Since early in December pack| jers have been cutting down PLATTE NO. 4 I their operating margins—in oth- Lenore Dunbar, teachre j er words narrowing the spread The patrons of Platte No. 4 ! between hog prices and the val- came with well filled baskets at I ue of hog products at whole- noon, Friday, January 10th for! sale. If they had been paying a pot luck dinner with the pu- ! $2.25 a hundred pounds to the pils and teacher. After the noon i government in December, they hour a short program followed: 'would have been losing money, Jigging Granville Bennett! since their operating margins minus the tax were less than normal. Packers' margins (based on Chicago prices) ordinarily Reading and song Mrs. Harold Hoover Tap Dancing .. Darlene and Lucille Leedom run somewhere around 70 cents Recitation Barbara Hoover! in hundred. For the week of Recitation .. Mrs. A. E. Caven Thanksgiving margins averaged The unusual part of the days 83 cents. In the first week in j enjoyment was the bob sled ride j December they dropped to 46. given to all by Granville Ben-! The next week they declined nett. the local church urged this conference. 1:30 p. m., January 21. The Preacher says: j Tho.se present were, Mr. and "." ' Mrs. Black and children, Betty, I Donald, Kennethh and Ray- people will do whatever they do, decently. Decent i™ nd; ] Hoover; Thelma Bethke, Cleo Smith, Mr. on "Four Years Old". and Mrs. Donald Bubb. Cards furnished the amuse- j Mrs. O. E. Bricker. ment of the evening and refresh-I Three tables of bridge were ments were served. Sharpsburg W. C. T. U. Met The Sharpsbun Christian Temperance i Glow Worm". Miss Mae Kilby j poem, "Husbands Who i M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. tr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bruington and Ray; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caven; Mr. and Mrs. Granville Bennett and Billie. At the morning worship ser- i vice the pastor will preach on, The guests were Mrs. Eddie! reac j a Quinn, Mrs. Horace Fleming and were to Mind tne House". ^Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Juanita Bethke sang "Animal Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. , Crackers". Mrs. Fern Hale read i played. Mrs. Horace Fleming i an article about lice. received the guest prize and Mrs. j A sack lunch was ser ved. The "The First Requirement of the J. B. Wood received the high • next meeting will be at the Christian Religion." The sub_ i club score. Dainty refreshments j home o f Mrs. Jess Wynn with Ject for the sermon in the ev- Women s v ,-ere served by the hostess. ; Mrs _ j A< Por ter as assisting ening will be, "The Method of The next meeting will be at hostess. Christ." J We extend unto you a cordial Farewell Dinner For invitation to attend these ser- Wm. Bryant Family , vices. To be properly balanced an Union met Wednesday, January 8th at Hotel L-nox Wednesday even- the home of Mrs. Olive Blood. \ n , 4t January 22. with Mr.s. J. B Bertha HambUn was assisting v.'ood as hostess. hostess. Mrs. Blood led devotions. Roll call was answered Annette Newcomer with current events. A letter Missionary Meeting was read from state headquarters explaining the plan of work -..', the 1 farther to 37 cents. In the week beginning Dec. 16 the packers' margins actually averaged less than nothing—minus 6 cents. And the week of Christmas margins were down to minus 12 cents. Apparently the packing companies had been anticipating the While chasing a mouse in his home at Sycamore, I.., Benjamin Hancock fell and broke his hip, and later died of the injury, One of two men who held up Edward Lagoski in Chicago, taking his car and $35, carried an umbrella- to ward off the rain as they carried out thelf crime. Read the Ads The Lenox lime-Table LENOX, IOWA VERLIN 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 3 cents. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1936 Sunday at Hotel Lenox a Fare- , well dinner was held for Mr. and ' individual must give attention Mrs. Will Bryant and Reldon to th e physical, intellectual, and Mis.--; Iov,-a Mullin was hostess and Do ris Those enjoying the spiritual things of life—T. K. for thr ron-intr VM r Thr> !,«,„ • Anneu <> Newcomer Mis- ! covered dish dinner at the noon | Priscilla-The Priscilla Circle tonic v-a- JSi^n nnln'h f 0 ^ 0 ' - SOC1Cty ^ ^ ChUrch ° f ! h(3ur ™re Mr. and Mrs. Glenn'will meet at the home of Mrs. aS a Rrn^al dSuST w^ ? ' * ^ ^^ af ~ Bryant and son W. Ernest and^. J. Sluss on Thursday after- felcl lr-u ?r i- ^ UPd rv-r^d ^'^r ,- , ^ Mr - and Mrs - Harold.Mead and noon, January 16th. Assisting f.ciu, nu o, ^t^ic Unucrv.ood. T ne Devotional ™>nnri was i ch ndren Jimmie and Beverly all ; hostesses will be, Mrs. H. C. Dou- ifer. | of Red Oak Mrs«Nellie Bryant • S an and Mrs. S. F. Hufnagel. .subject was "Finding Life | and . son Robert, Mr.s. Flora Don- ' aldson and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. The next meeting will be Feb- ; j n God." Miss ruary 12th and Cora Hamblin ' program leader. The subject for ? n .. d - Mae Jenks wil1 be the hos ' [Study was "The Lay of the Land * jor the Beginning of the Study tosses. Entertained L. F. G. Club Misses Mae Bible Reading—Keep'track of the number of chapters you read Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bry- | in the Bible and report to your ant and children will leave the Sunday School teacher. If you Kilby and Vera Kilby entertained the L. F. G. club at their home Friday evening, January 10. Mrs. O. P. Arnold, Mrs. D. L. Bare, Mrs. Claude Dixon, Miss Maurine Wilson and Miss Louetta Wiand were guests of the evening. Entertainment consisted of a poem "How Do You Tackle Your Work" by Mrs. Leo Hale; a poem "Who is Hers" by Mrs. Harry Haynes and a musical reading by Miss Edith Barrans. Five tables of bridge were played with, Mrs, Ola Abbitt receiving h,igh score and Mrs. Claude Dixon guest prize. Lunch was served by the hostess.. Mrs. L. B. Camithers Entertained at Bridge Mrs. L. B. Carruthers was hostess to six tables of bridge at her home Monday evening/High score prize was won by Mrs, W. C. Lewis and Mn$. c. B. Cassill won the traveling prize. Entertained Sunday School Class Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Boyer were hosts to the Berean class at their home Tuesday evening The guests included Mr. ' and Mrs. O. P. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs t * Chas. Eckler, Mr. and Mrs. Leo | Gaskey, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ar',' ( ihibald, Mr. and Mrs. Will Been- f .'.'.„' | of South America." Miss Toler presented the subject in a very interesting way. Mrs. G. A. Bryant gave an article on the subject, "The Lay of the Land from Rio Grand to Cape Horn." Mrs. Vill Bryant's subject was "Co- peration for South America." Under the subject of "Religion and Conditions in South Amerca" the following read short articles: Mrs. O. P. Arnold, Mrs. ary Sweeley, Mrs. Bert Archl- ald, Mrs. Viola Day, Mrs. H. C. Killion. Mrs. I. G. Randels gave sketch of the life of Kagawa. Kagawa Is a native Christian of Japan and a great writer, having written more than fifty books. He Is at the head of "The Kingdom of God Movement" in Ja>an, and is famous for preaching a three hour sermon. He is possibly the greatest living Christian. Plan to hear him when he is in Des Moines February 24, 25. The guests were Mrs. Chas. Bbltinghouse, Mrs. H. C. Killion and Mrs. Alta Hudson. Meeting of Thursday Girls The Thursday Girls met at Hotel Lenox Thursday afternoon The following new officers were In charge of the meeting: president, Claudia Severn; vice president, Mrs. Earl Gordon: secretary, Mrs. Raymond Miller and treasurer, Mrs. Floyd Bolting- hpuse. ast of this week for California vhere they plan to make their nome. Meeting of M. F. C. Ladies Mrs. W. J. Kilby was hostess X) the meeting of the M. F. C. adies Wednesday afternoon. Ten members and the following guests were present: Mrs. John Barrans, Mrs. Leslie Kilby, Mrs. E. C. Dunbar, Mrs. D. L. Bare, and Mrs. B. H. Clayton. The program was Iowa Federation of Woman's Clubs with Mrs. O. D. Tyler as leader, assisted by the other members of .he club. Mrs. R. E. Poindexter ;ave the News Outline. Roll 3all was items from the Iowa 31ub Woman. A few games of Rook were en- loyed and refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her daughters, Misses Mae and Bernice Kilby. Meeting of M. F. O. Club Mrs. H. C. Dougan was hostess to the meeting of the M. F. O. club Wednesday afternoon. Twelve membqrs were present and Mrs. Frederick Cronkite was a guest. Mrs. Claude Dixon gave a paper "Recipes for a Happy New Year." Mrs. O. P. Arnold read a paper on "These Things I'll Carry into the New Year". 42 was played with Mrs. H. C. holding high, score fear do not attend Sunday School, report directly to the pastor. Join us in this Bible. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Sermon, "Church Membership" by the pastor. 6:30 p. m., Young People's Society. Leader: Helen Wurster. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:80 Morning Worship 6:30 Christian Endeavor 7:30 Evening Worship Church Night tonight with a )asket dinner. A study in the book "Know Your Local Church". One week from this Wednesday night we will probably have choir practice. Fuller announcement Sunday morning. Good attendance last Sunday. 'The Lord is in his Holy Temple" GROVE NO. 9 Mona Stogdill, teacher All the pupils were back and ready for work after a week's Christmas vacation. Melvin Beck, Dale and Dean Davidson brought their sleds to school and have enjoyed coasting down Scott's hill at noon and recesses. Pupils ha the 1st, 3rd and 5th grades have been doing some free hand drawing. It is their first attempt and they hare en- NEW CH£¥EOL£T TRUCKS FOR 1936 New Power • • New Economy • • New Dependability NEW PERFECTED HYDBAULIC BRAKES You are looking at the most powerful truck in all Chevrolet history . . . and the moat economical truck for all-round duty . • • Chevrolet for 1936! Chewolet has made three major improvements in these new 1936 Chevrolet trucks: (1) It has increased power. 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