Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 8
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1936
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE. IfENOX IOWA . THURSDAY, JANUARY niniiiiiiiiniiiniiiiuiimiiiimiiiimiii School rconi.i'icd from page one) An Eskin:-j picture and booklet are being made in art class. Third Grade There were fourteen A's in spelling last week. New spelling booklets were made. This time the girls are standing the boys. These pupils are all thrilled over taking geography and getting to use pen and ink this semester. Freehand pictures were made in health class. The.se new officers were elected: librarian, Garland Buxton; tk'.-); inspector, Roland Walter; j Her. 1th inspector, John Perham; j floor inspector, Donald Bunn; | pencil .sharpener, Jnme.s Gray. Sc'ience booklet hove b"r>n .started. Mrs. Du:-:!.on visited last week. Enid Barnes, James Calvlri Pass out Books: Bob Gray, June Caldwell, Bob Manroe, Jean Teatsworth. Erase Blackboard: Ted Knotter, Paul Ethlngton Take up Books: Vivian Moore. Margretta Boone and Raymond Abbitt. Inspect Desks: Doris Elder, Rose Schaub Hold Cloakroom Doors: John Harlan Abbittt, Donald Krohmer. A spelling tournament held in here last week, had an opponent against whom they spelled. The final spellers were: Paul Ethington and Louetta Smith. The tournament ended in a tie between Paul and Louetta. Sixth Grade Roland Pennebaker, Betty was Each \)i~-f''.i on the .sick li.st. The bulletin board is devoted to Uie different, l;inds of .ships. They are now studying the hiolory of Iowa. Lyle Hayes deane Bailey, CafylOn Harvey, Duane Abels and Jimmie Speer assisted with marches, and Patty Roe Reed sang a solo. Officers of the Eastern Stars are: Mrs. Alva Reed, Worthy Matron; Mr. H. O. Calkin, Worthy Patron; Mrs. Nellie Speer, Associate Matron; Mr. Gene Baxter, Associate Patron; Mrs. Nellie Swan, secretary; Mrs. Dora Sfiibert, treasurer; Mrs. Viola Nickle, chaplain: Mrs. Elva Lyd- Mrs. Muriel conductress; don, conductress; Baxter, associate Mrs. Hazel Conaway, organist; Miss Margaret Swan, Adah; Mrs. Bernadine Cooper, Ruth: Mrs. Maude Abels, Esther; Mrs. Venta Grant, Martha; Mrs. Vesta Bailey, Electa; Mrs. Bladys Bax- votcd^d a religious life and lov-|illimillim"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIlHillllllN' ed the services of the church. She was a member of the Baptist church in early life but after the disorganization of the church in Gravity, she joined the Methodist Episcopal church and remained a faithful member until her death. Funeral services were held in the home in Gravity, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by her pastor, Rev. Nixon. Interment was in the Gravity cemetery beside her husband. Obituary—Hattie Millikin Hattie L. Hansell, daughter of Charles and Laura Hansell was born August 28, 1893, near Clearfield, Iowa and died January 10, 1936 at her home in Shannon ity, Iowa, at the age of 42 years, 4 months and 13 days. Candidates .Announce. iiiimiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimmiii! FOR RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. PERRY O. CROUCH, Bedford, Io\vs FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of She was married to Robert sheriff of Taylor county, la., Roland Walter, John Perham,! brought a book about thc history Dorothy Bubb and Garland Bux- of Taylor county. ton have been absent. Fourth Grade They arc studying adjectives in language. Seventh and Eighth Grades Thi;-; time the new spelling, Tne j un j or hiijh boys beat 'booklets have an Eskimo c° ver -1 cioarficld Junior high 3 to 6 on L;v:l. week there were tv/clve A's thc ]ocal f j oor ) M t Friday night. .in spelling. In arithmetic they are studying "division". This grade has been presented with a new United States map showing famous places in the United States. Raymond Caldwell, Loren Loird and Clive Hayes have been •absent. Fifth Grade Doris Jean Elder, a new pupil, ha.s entered this grade. "How our Government Works" is the topic being studied in history. Silhouettes are being made in art class. These pupiLs are studying Germany in geography. Bob Manroe and June Caldwell have been absent. i George Duntaar referecd. Clearfield Events Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Shelden, Velma, Burnett, Robert and Minnie and Betty Williams of Mt. Ayr were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Sheldon's brother, F. P. Steward and family. Lloyd Williams has been sick for two weeks but i.s well again and v/ill resume his work at the Hidlay and Steward garage Monday. Installation of the Masons and the O. E. S. On Monday evening, Jan. 6, the Masons and the Eastern Stars held a joint installation at ithe Masonic hall. Preceeding Charles Brown has returned' the installation a pot luck sup- to school after an absence of | per was enjoyed by all present, •six weeks. The Star installation was un- These officers have been elec- der the direction of Mrs. Etta •ted: Keep library file: Louetta Smith Water Flowers: Dean Roe and Francis Brown Gather up papers: David Miller Pass Out papers: Young of Sharpsburg, assisted by Dora Seibert installing mar- shall, Mrs. Bess Bailey installing chaplain and Mrs. Zetha Bailey installing organist. Mrs. J. R. Crew, Mrs. Ivan Seibert and Miss Margaret Swan gave solos. Marion Bailey. Alia- Take Advantage of these Savings at your I. G. A. STORE WHEATIES Package — lOc CATCHUP 8 07.. lOc Cut Green Beans, No 2c 10c IGA SPICES 2 for 15c Baking Soda Per package Soda Crackers £-lb. box Navy Beans 4 pounds 19c Rolled Oats Large pkg _.. 18c K. C. Baking Powder, large 18c swans Down ^ackage 28e DRAINO an Sweet Potatoes' No. 2 can Gloss Starch -j fj ~ IGA, 2, 1-lb pk J ' ^ MACARONI 8 oz. pkg OYSTERS 5 oz. can ___ 12c Marshmallows 1 pound pkg __ 17c Pancake Flour IGA SYRUP No. 10, Golden 55c Men's heavy duty, 2 buckle Rubbers Pair $1.49 Men's blanket - lined JACKETS Special, $1.69 BLANKETS Double Cotton Size 66x76 $1.29 SHEETING 9-4 Unbleached Heavy Qual., yd 31c COD MERCANTILE COMPANY Rev. H. B. Hutchman. Mrs. Abarr Died The community wa.s shocked and .saddened on Sunday mor- nng when word came that Mrs. Abarr had died at the Greater Community hospital. Mrs. Abarr bad not been feeling well for ;everal days so on Saturday was aken to Creston where she passed away. She is survived by ler husband, Dr. Abarr, three children, Ardith, Helen and Leand, and a neice, Alice Ann Galagher to whom she has been a mother since the death of her own mother several years ago. Mrs. Harry Cole was taken to the hospital in Creston, Sunday or treatment for her ears and hroat. She had been sick for several days. Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ihristian church met at the ,er, Warden; Mr. W. E. Johns, ;r;ntinel. The officers of the Masonic' Milliken February 11, 1920. Jan- j su bjcct to the decision "of the o'.l?2 arc: J. H. Baxter, Worshipful Mas- cr; Phillip Cooper, Senior V/ar- len; Donald Green, Junior War- BEANS, 3 No. 2 green cut Bean State br'd 27 i PEAS, 3 No. 2 excellent qual. Bocano bra'd29 SUGAR, aa uary 1st, 1921 they took unto their home a little daughter, Vc-va Marie. In 1904 Hattie was converted 3c-n; C. J. Swan, treasurer; Eu-j and joined the Calvary Metho- gene Baxter, Secretarp; Frank jdist church. Rolley I in the year of 1930 she, her j W. E. ; husband and Veva became Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. I will ippreciate your support. BEN LONG, Bedford, Iowa. Grec-n, Senior Deacon; B-aley, Junior Deacon; Juhn.s, Tyler. Speeial Meetings Methodist A series of special meetings j city. FOR STATE SENATOR little daughter, • To the Republican voters of members of the'! Adams and Taylor Counties: church in Shannon j I am a candidate for the Re! publican Nomination for the of- being held at the United j she is survived by her hus- fice of State Senator from the Sixth Senatorial District of Iowa Presbyterian church and Rev. band, daughter, her mother, j Slxth Senatorial District of Iowa vV. J. Stewart of Grinncll is here i Mrs. Charles Hansell of Diag- I which is composed of Adams and week assisting the pastor, O nal, one sister, Mrs. Ruth Hor-j Taylor Counties, subject to your ton, two brothers, Harry and | approval^ at the Primary Elec- Bert all of Diagonal. home of Mrs. J. R. Crew, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, January 9, with 24 in attendance. Business session was in charge of Mrs. Hepperly, president of ;he auxiliary. A very interesting program was enjoyed by all present. Refreshments of cake, whipped cream and coffee were served by the following committee, Mrs. J. R. Crew, Mrs. John Wall, Mrs. Bert Lyddon and Mrs. Archie Deweese. The social Union of the United Presbyterian church will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Floyd Miller, Friday afternoon at 2. Election of officers will be had at this meeting. Mr. Kendrick Utter became quite ill early Sunday morning with a heart attack. His heart is much better but he has developed pneumonia, and is still quite ill. OMtuary—Rachel Mann Rachel Johnson Mann, wife of Thomas Calvin Mann, was born near Athens, Ohio, Mairch 15, 1843, and died at her home in Gravity, Iowa, at 3:10 o'clock, on the morning of Saturday, January 11, 1930, aged 92 years 9 months and 26 days. She enjoyed unusually good health for one of her age, and since the death of her husband on September 27, 1915, she has retained her home in Gravity, ving alone most of the time ather than give it up and live /ith her children as they had ften urged her to do. During the past few months ,er health seemed to fail but t was only a few days before her eath that she was forced to lay aside entirely the duties of life. In 1863 at her home in Ohio, he was married to Thomas Calin Mann, Civil War veteran. To hem were born four children, hree sons and one daughter. They are: Marcellus and Sylester of Clearfield, Iowa, Mrs. Iva Miller of Perry, Iowa, who passed away December 13, 1935, and Fred Mann of Lincoln, Neb. The family came to Iowa in 1875 and located near Kent, la., in Union County. After five years residence on a farm there, they moved to CJearfield, Iowa where they lived until March of 1896, when they moved to Gravity, where she continued to make her home until her death Besides the three sons, she i survived by a, brother, William Johnson, 95, who makes home with a son in the state o] Washington. Mr*. Mann was Intensely de Her father, Charles Hansell, died a few weeks ago. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church in Shannon City, Sunday afternoon, Rev. Hawn of Luther, officiating, assisted by Rev. A. J. Matthews, pastor of the Methodist church in Shannon City. She was laid to rest in the Oakland cemetery. Sue Swan is still confined to the hospital in Creston, but is much better. Dr. Swan expects to go after her this week. Mrs. Harry Cole is not progressing very fast with her throat and ear trouble. She is in the Greater Community hospital in Creston. Her husband is with her. Mrs. Church is teaching the seventh and eighth grades while he is absent. Latest reports from Mrs. Lester Owens are that she is improving very slowly, and still in the hospital in Creston. Salem Affairs Mrs. Burkhalter entertained the Mercer Center Aid society at her home last Thursday. A pot luck dinner at noon was the important feature. Misses Ila and Florence Casey entertained the Mercer Center League members last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Margerum visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wynn and Mrs. Bruington in Lenox Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dotniels and Miss Virgie were dinner guests Sunday with Rev. Colyn and family. tion on June 1st, 1936. O. J. KIRKETEG FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce by candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters at the Primary election to be held June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. CURTIS O. MELVIN Benton Township Fred Klinzman helped Christie Sterling butcher a hog last Wednesday. Mankin and Dan Wray received news last Monday of the death of their brother, John Wray. of National City, Calif. Salem friends were glad to learn Rev. Homer Caskey of Omaha is improving from his recent illness and was--able to leave the hospital a week ago. However he is advised by his physician to take a long rest. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wray and Velda were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walter and family. Fred Riley baled straw one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moser were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mevlin Casey of Kent vicinity. We are glad to note Roy Dotson has recovered from his recent illness and is able to be about again. Lynn and Lowell Hamilton have been busy hauling corn .to Henry Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown mov- RATE—lOc per line for first insertion; 5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per inch. For Sale FOR SALE—250 bu. of corn at George Holland's, 5 miles east. Frank Wilt. 15-lp FOR SALE—3,000 bu. good sound corn, 10 milth north of Prescott. O. H. Schrader, Prescott, la. 16-2 DAIRY SALE—On the farm 4 miles east and 3 miles north of Lenox, Wednesday, Feb. 12, I will hold a closing out sale of my entire dairy herd, consisting of 28 head of high grade Jersey cows and heifers. James Bowman, Kent, la. ' 16-3 FOR SALE—Barney McQuaid will sell some Poland China boars at the Community Sale in Corning, Saturday, Jan. 18. 16-1 FOR SALE—Soy Bean hay. W H. Cochran. 16-lp FOR SALE—Farmall tractor and plow; good milk cow, 4 years old; some good seed oats; Fore coupe, cheap; see at Mel Tally's Geo. Boltinghouse. 15-2 Legal EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all persona, interested, that on th 6th day ot January, A- p., ae undersigned was appointed y the District Court of Taylor ounty, Iowa, Executor of the state of E. E. Rhodenbaugh de- eased, late of said county. All ersons indebted to said estate /ill make payment to the un- ersigned, and those having laims against the same will resent them, legally authenti- ated to said Court for allow- nce. Dated January 6th, 1936. B. F. WURSTER, Executor. James R. Lock and O. M, Slaymaker, Attorneys. ublished in Lenox Time Table Jan. 9-16-23, 1936. * COOKIES, fancy sugar, 2 pounds * CANDY, Choc., orange slices, mix gums Ibl0 c - No. 1 tall cans, Choice Alaska Pink A meal in a can £j COFFEE, Tone's Melletone, Ib 21 C | H MUSTARD, Again we have another barrel' of good mustard. Bring in the jug. gal 39 C | ESE Lb. Box A-l Salted l SOAP, P & G, 6 Giant bars OXYDOL, America's most popular Soap Powder, large size 23c! PORK SHOULDER, by the shoulder, Ib 18c PORK ROAST, choice, lean, pound'„_:__ 19ci JONATHAN APPLES, per bu. basket $1.29j I Oranges, Florida, sweet, juicy Sti 8S V " WV So-called Florida bu. s. Packed in btxes ed last Friday to a home In east Stringtown vicinity. Mr. Brown will work for Ed Metz this coming year. Prairie Star Events Mrs. Orville Bentley and son Bobbie visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hewitt last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Campbell were Saturday night visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leach attended the funeral Saturday of Mr. Leach's aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Fitzgerald in Creston. Burial was at Avendale. Bobbie Bentley visited the Sunny Hill school last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hewitt had as their dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Nelson and Mary Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Denhart and children of Oreston, Mr. Drain Knittle of Mt. Ayr and Miss Doris Denhart. Miss Doris Denhart spent Friday night and Saturday night with Miss Bertha Rhoades. They attended atn all day teachers meeting in Corning Saturday. There was a P. T. A. meeting last Friday evening at No. 8. Rhoades Is the teacher. Mr. Wilda Hiley visited Tuesday night of last week his family. He runs a tri from Omaha to Chicago and York. PI jA ^if . .MUSS giiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimtiiiMiiuiiii I Letters! Spokane; Wash. Lenox Time Table: Encl are two dollars for our for 1936. Just a litle latf sending it but we just pul| off until the last of the then we moved and have real busy since. Now have t again to read the home lelj We are having fine weather | here, not very cold, with lotij rain and snow but the doesn't last long. It rained f day New Years day and we I two light snows last week, is called good weather out I inthe winter as long as it doffljj get too cold. They expect 1 of rain and snow and have to lots of fog in December. Noj our new address. G. G. E. 1928 Marietta, Spokane, Wai ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that on the ith day of January A. D., 1936, .he undersigned was appointed by the Clerk of the District !ourt of Taylor County, Iowa, Administrator of the estate of W. C. Van Houten deceased, late of said county*. AU persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned and those haying claims against the same will gfesent them, 1§- gally auth,en$cate4, to sgftd court for allowance. Dated January 4th, 1936. . . KATHARI^I VAN, HOUTEN, '"• A4p4«Jstrator. Wisdom & Wrfceteg, Attorneys,. Published in. I^jxox Time Table ' ifW'33, 1938. A NEW CONCEPTION That faulty body mechanics is the cause of j much illness, pain and deformity is an old belief f of osteopaths for it is on that principle that os-j teopathy is. founded. However, this is a new! conception in the minds of followers of other I methods of healing. Medicine, used as a cure, is rapidly being abandoned by the more advanced physicians in favor of other methods of treat- i mg disease. Your attention is called to an article that! issue of the

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