Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on January 23, 1936 · Page 6
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, January 23, 1936
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THE T/RN(>\ TIME TABLE, LENOX. IOWA THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1936 DCIIETY) MJsccllancous Shower A miscellaneous shower was Entertained At Shower Mrs. Homer O'Connell was given at Hotel Lenox, Saturday | hostess at a miscellaneous show- afternoon, January 11, in honor ; er given at her home Thursday of Mrs. Tip Lucas. Many nice j afternoon, January 10, in honor and useful gifts were received j O f Mrs. Tip Lucas. Refresh- About 40 friends and relatives \ ments, consisting of .sandwich- Were present. Mrs. Leo. J. Mrs. Chas Leach,' e s, pickles, date pudding with Ford and Mis.s | ice cream, and coll'ee, were ser- Wyant were the hos- | V ed. The presents were opened Juanita tesses. A table was decorated with a j V cd. miniature bride and groom upon I Guests present were: Marshal, Mrs. Carrie Dahlberg; Assisting Marshal, Mrs. Ida Readhead; Recorder, Mrs. Mary Romine; Chancelor, Mrs. Maggie Cameron; Receiver, Mrs. Helen Ethington; Inner Sentinel, Mrs. Lew Sealy; Outer Sentinel, Mrs. Emma Hayes; Manager, Mrs. Emma Keith; Musician, Mrs. Delia Clayton. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Carrie Dahlbcrg and Miss Ruby Dahlberg. Mrs. Flora Donaldson were guests. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. \V. A. Thompson Sabbath School, 10:00 a. m Thursday, January 23 The American Legion Auxiliary have postponed their meeting from this evening.until next • Thursday evening, January 30. I The meeting will then be held at the home of Mrs. Eva Brown, assisted by Mrs. I. G. Randels. The other officers not able to Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. Brmg your needle and thimble. after the refreshments were ser- j Fcbnuu . y 7. be present Saturday evening will be installed at the next regular meeting Friday evening, Y. P. C. U. 6:30 The scries of sermons on the Grace Which the gifts were placed. I O'Connell, Alice Jones, Mrs^ Joe Refreshments consisting of sandwiches, fruit salad, cake and coffee were served, after which the gifts were opened. Those present were: Mrs. Chak Schmitt, Mrs. Frank O'Connell, Mrs. Merrill Riley and Bernard, Mrs. Lizzie Brokaw, Mrs. Abe Brokaw, Mrs. Gco. Brokaw, Meeting- G. V. C. Ladies Moral Crisis will be continued this Sabbath. In spite of the weather, let us assemble in our places of worship. The Preacher says: We need Mrs. L. B. Carruthers was hos- ' the words of the one who said: The Thursday Girls are meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Boltinghouse, assisted by Mrs. Chas. Eckler. Ic.s.s to The Woman's Relief Corps is meeting at the Legion hall this the regular "meeting of '• "Faint not! Fight on! Tomorrow : afternooll . T i iere will be in- V. Club at her home . comes the song." Schaub, Mrs. G. C. Barnhill, Poindexter, Gladys Kathleen Anderson, Mrs. Gertrude Bruington, Mrs. Irene Hufnagel, Mrs. Homer O'Connell, Lena Stamets, Mildred Jones, Margaret Jones, Bernice Hunter, Vclda Preston, Luetta Wiancl, Thelma Wiand, Claudia Severn, Ida Crabtrce and La Donna, Trula Stoaks, Crissie Pepper, Mrs. Ike Lucas, Mrs. C. W. Gilleland, Mrs. Theron Keith, Mrs. Porter Hunter and Ronald, Mrs. Lonnie Huntdr, Mrs. Chas. Riley, Mrs. Harley Gravett, Mrs. Les Johnson, Mrs. Leo J. Ford and Margaret Jean and Mary Ann, Mary Maloney, Mrs. Myrtle Walker, Mrs. Edna Hewitt, Mrs. Frank Paymal, Ella Coulthard, Linnie M. Heath, Mrs. Hugh Wyant, Juanita Wyant^ Mrs. Chas. Leach and Mrs. Max E. Peltzer. Those who sent gifts but were unable to be present were: Martha Wiand, Verlee Gordon, Mr.s. Elizabeth Carmichael, Alfaretta Latimer, Mildred Peacock, Helen Mildred Jones, Mrs. Harry Jones The roll call was "Interesting j 1VJ.11 LI Lt^.1 U win_.»J) 4 Tj-i*j. .I..A.W.•.«,/ — * • i_ • i. 1 » of Sharpsburg, Mrs. Porter Hun-! facts of a state and its capital, ter and Ronald of Nodaway, and j Mrs. Russell Key gave - *«• Veldeva Stoaks, Mrs. Ike Lucas, j selected number, "-T»«I-. Mrs. Frank Barker, Lulu Stoaks, | Quilted." Mrs. A. Chas. Leach, Mrs. Les ] an article by O. O. Mclntyre, as her Just Chintz L. Roll read Mrs. Johnson and the guest of hon- M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. i Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m JEpworth League, 6:30 p.m. i Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. At the Morning Worship Ser- Istallation of officers. | Mrs. M. J. Sluss will be hostess j this evening to the meeting of Chapter FW, P. E. O. Friday, January 24 The Missionary Society of the "If I had my way about 1936." or, Mrs. Tip Lucas, and the hos- At the close of the bridge teas, Mrs. Homer O'Connell and j p i a y Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand daughter, Bernadine. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bridge Hosts Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Arnold were hosts to a bridge party Monday evening. Eight tables were arranged for the play. G c \y. Club held high club score. Mrs. Boland Walter will be the next hostess, Tuesday afternoon, January 28. Roll call will be Antique Display. Meeting of EXPECT FAT CATTLE TO FLOOD MARKET A report from the Bureau of Agricultural Economics this week strengthens previous indications that a flood of fat cattle will hit the markets in late winter and spring of this year. The Bureau reports that there are 41 percent more cattle on feet in the Corn Belt now than there were a year ago and that there are 78 percent more on feed in all western states, Oklahoma and Texas. One reason for the big increase is the fact that cattle feeding was drastically limited last year because of short feed supplies. The decrease in the number on feed a. year ago from the number on feed in January 1934 was the largest decrease on record. The increase this year, as compared with 1935, is the largest increase on record. Despite this large increase, the number, on feed this year is well below the average for the past five years —. probably 25 or 30 percent below. vice the pastor will preach on Presbyterian church will have The Second Requirement of i*n all clay meeting today at the The home of Mrs. Anna Wamwright. subject for the evening sermon ! The study will consist of the re- the Christian Religion." Mrs. Thelma Bethka received the ladies high score prize, and ^ Ben Walter received the men's j ey> Thursday afternoon, prize. Mrs. Ben. Walter was awarded the traveling prkw. Refreshments were served. Announce Marriage Announcement has been received by friends of the family hcie, of (lie marriage of Ruth Jean Frank, daughter of the Fifteen members of the G. C. W. Club met with Mrs. Ada Cas- Jan- was uary 10. The afternoon spent in piecing quilt blocks. A short sided will be "Full Redemption." We extend unto you a cordial invitation to attend our services. If there is nothing in a sermon which enables you to think viewing books. of two missionary Tuesday, January 28 The Dorcas society of the Presbyterian church will meet seriously about your life, it is this afternoon at Hotel Lenox, time to check up on the preach- with Mrs. Tom Lockhart, Mrs. er—T K Randell Haynes and Mrs. Roy Bible Reading. If you have j Heaps as hostesses, not joined us in reading the "~ ,, ... , Bible, today would be a fine Mrs. Roland Walter will be time to start. Report the num- hostess to ,the_meetingj ? r toe Taylor, Bon Barker and nell. Gray, Mrs. Frank i Rev. and Mrs. Matthew H. Frank of Spartansburg, S. C., to Bernadine O'Con- Mecting of Priscilla Circle The Priscilla Circle of the M. E. Church met at the home of Mrs. Mark Sluss, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. S. F. Hufnagel and Mrs. H. C. Dougan were assisting hostesses. There were thirty present and three new members were added to the roll, Mrs. L. B. Anderson, Miss Maurine Toland and Mrs. LecXna Harding. The program consisted of a reading, "Telephone Gossip" by Mrs. Roy Bassett. A dialog, "Duet on Diet" by Mrs. Orval Bassett and Mrs. Hamilton Ferguson. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Chapter FW P. E. O. Mrs. Roland Walter was hostess to the January 9th meeting of Chapter FW, P. E. O. Nine teen members were present. Political news was given in re.si3on.se to roll call. Mrs. J. A. Porter read a paper on the subject, "The Tongue That Wags a Nation," taken from the magazine, Review of Reviews. Mrs. Rollie Bender sang a group of three Russian numbers. The meeting this Thursday evening will be at the home of Mrs. M. J. Sluss. Pleasantly Surprised Dr. William Leonard Pugh. The wedding took place Monday, December 23, at Wooster, Ohio. t, Salome Chapter O. E. S. A special meeting of Salome Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, was held in the Masonic hall Friday evening, Jan. 17, for the purpose of installing the 1936 officers. Mrs. J. W. Walter was installing officer, Mrs. H. C. Killion, installing marshall, Mrs. F. E. Holben, installing chaplain and Mrs. Jesse Dey Ermand, pianist. The following officers were installed: Worthy Matron, Mrs. Nellie Bryant; Worthy Patron, Vcrlin Sweeley; Associate Matron, Mrs. Metta Porter; secretary, Mrs. Mary Carey; Treasurer, Mrs. Edna Madden; Conductress, Mrs. Amie Cash; Associate Conductress, Mrs. Ethel Bricker; Chaplain, Mrs. Bessie Pennebaker; Marshal, Mrs. Margaret Wurster; Organist, Mrs. Esther Dixon; Adah, Mrs. Dorothy Walter; Ruth, Mrs. Jennie Preston; Esther, Mrs. Florence Richard; Martha, Mrs. Delia Walker; Electa i Mrs. Glee Poindexter; Warder,'Mrs. Mary Sweeley; Sentinel, Ben Wurster. Refreshments were served in the form of a box supper. given a articles. The Win. Scanlon family, who have now moved to BlceH.ton, was given a vegetable and fruit shower. An all day meeting was planned for Thursday, January 30, with Mrs. Cora Swartz. Lovely efreshments the hostess. were served by Masons Installed Officers Installation of officers of Tremont Lodge, No. 343, A. F. &. A. M., was held Thursday evening. Officers installed were: Chas. A. Beck W. M. John A. Porter S. W. J. B. Wood J. W. W. C- Lewis Treasurer Wm. L. Dey Ermand, Secretary Verlin Sweeley ...' S. D. O. P. Arnold J. D. C. A. Boyer S. S. L. A. Roll J. S. A. E. Pantry Tyler H. C. Killion served as installing officer and Herm Beenier was marshal. tend Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Sermon, "Church Membership" by the pastor. Sermon, "'Young People and he Church." 6:30, Young People's Society. Deader, Helen Sickles. At the meeting of the young people Sunday evening, a Young People's Society was organized and the following officers were elected: Inez Amburn, president; Helen Wurster, vice president; Carlton Lewis, secretary; Helen Sickle, treasurer. A number of the young people are ,nning to Boys and Girls Conference New Market Thursday. Harmony Reading Circle Meets Mrs. Sadie Johnson was hostess to the Harmony Reading Circle on Wednesday, Jan. 15 Wednesday, January 29 The M. F. C. ladies are meeting today at the home of Mrs. S. F. Hufnagle. This is the anniversary program and Mothers and Daughters Day. The Harmony Reading Circle will meet at the hotel on Wednesday, Jan. 29. M. F. O. Club is meeting today with Mrs. Karl Huff. The L. F. C. ladies are meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Madden. 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 i expert handling. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey Ermanfl, Agent Telephone 96 The Leisox Time-Table LENOX, IOWA " VERLIN L. SWEELEY MARY E. SWEELEY Publishers Entered as second class~maT" cer, 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 23, 1936 ammwtttWttmwmmatttmtmmt! GEO. L. GOOD ALE OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Pitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORE Lenox, Iowa 0. P. ARNOLD Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa J. H. BARBER Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa JAMES R. LOCKE Attorney and Counsellor at Law Farmers & Merchants Bank Blclg Bedford, Iowa General Practice in All Courts- State and Federal Special Attention Given to Settlement of Estates NAVY FACTS WORTH KNOWING There is a spot in the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 375 Tuesday Evening O. E. S. Meeting Tuesday evening the regular meeting of Salome Chapter was held. W. W. Walker, who was unable to be present Friday evening, was installed Associate A very pleasant surprise was Patron. Refreshments were ser- carried out last Tuesday, Jan. V ed by the 1935 officers. 21 at the Warren Eckles home in honor of Mrs. Eckles' birth- Mrs. Readhead day, which was the 20th of Jan., Hostess and also Mrs. Charley Morris, st. Patrick's Altar Society met whose birthday is the 25th of a t the home of Mrs. Ida Read- January. Needless to say it head Thursday afternoon, Jan- was a complete surprise on both j ua ry 16, with 19 present. After the business meeting, ladies. A pot luck dinner was served the following program was con- cafeteria style at the noon hour, ducted by Mrs. Cleo Miller: After dinner several contests "Christian Unity," by Rev. were enjoyed, after which the p. j. MacStay. honored guests were presented "How Catholic Saints are with a quilt block shower, which Made," Mrs. Ida Readhead. when put together, will make TWO contests furnished much a very beautiful quilt top for amusement, Mrs. Allie Wilson Eleven members responded to roll call with topics of the day. Five guests, Mrs. Mary Layne, Mrs. Will Winslow, Mrs. Frank Layne, Mrs. Minta Benson and Mrs. Clyde Miller were, present. The following program was given: a selection, "The.Morn- ing Prayer," was read by Mrs. C. D. Hetz; a poem, "Somebody's Mother" was read by Mrs. Ella Cowan. An interesting article on ''Welcome Danger" was read by Mrs. Grant Bryant. Several contests were given by Mrs. Donald Dunbar. Following the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Len ox Fortnightly Club Meeting Mrs. Fred Childs was hostess to the regular meeting of the Fortnightly club at her home Wednesday afternoon, January 15. Eleven CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 6:30 Christian Endeavor 7:30 Evening Worship CHURCH OF CHRIST . . .. The Older Boys and Girls Convention was called off because of Arctic weather . The Morning Service and sermon will stress Education Day Frank Wisdom O. J. Kirketeg Wisdom &.Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of estates Bedford, Iowa wssa WE ARE where it is • possible for a ship to be neither Longitude or Latitude. George O'Brien, motion picture actor was the light heavyweight boxer of the Navy in 1919. Also that when he makes a picture he wears, at least once, the same undershirt that he had on when he won the belt. All men when they enlist in the Naval Service, must agree that they will submit to the following treatment: inocula- ! tion for the prevention of small- Thvay^'an evening service and I POX, typhoid, typhoid phohpyl- it will be worth your while to come. Grant No. 5 Claudine Rimmer, teacher January 17, closed the first semester of our school. Once more we have our tests all taken and received our report cards. Those who have had a perfect attendance for the semester are Marjorie Casey, Reldon Woods, Janet Casey, Glenn Rundlett and Doris Klinzman. Those who have had a perfect spelling record are Janet Casey and Glenn Rundlett. The axis and such preventive measures as may be considered necessary by Naval Authoritives from time to time. The Swedish Navy is composed of the following ships: three i battleships 7,000 tons each; two cruisers, 5,000 tons each; eight destroyers, twelve submarines and a number of auxiliary craft. Most people are under the impression that the rudder of a ship is its only means of steerage,, but many a ship has been kept on her course by its propellers alone. We are moving, this week, from the building we have 'Occupied for the past two years, into the building next door, formerly occupied by Arnold Walter. We expect to be ready in a day or two to be able to take care of your repair and service work just as before. SALES and SERVICE General Lessons class have completed the study of clothing and are ready to begin each. winning the prize in the "Color" occasion were Mr. George Swartz, Mr. Those pfresent to enjoy the contest, and Mrs. W. O'Dell win- and Mrs. ning hi the "Turkey" contest, and Mrs. in serving, MrsJ Readhead Charley Morris, Mr. and Mrs. was assisted by Mrs. Sarah Car- Leo Caskey. Mr. and Mrs. Will ruthers Mrs. Amelia Lyman, Preston and Velda, Miss Veldeva Mrs. Edna Gray. Stoaks, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Me- Fee and Mrs, Jones, Mr. and Royal Neighbors Mrs. Ralph Knodle, Mr. and | Install Officers members were present. The following program was given: Mrs. W. H. Madden I the study of Eskimos, gave the life story of J. N. Dar- The Peary's Sons and Daugh- ling, Iowa cartoonist; Mrs. John ter's Club of Grant No. 5 met Eberle read a paper, "The Sec- j an , 17. The meeting was op- et of Your Ups and Downs." Uned by roll call and minutes At the close of the bridge O f the last meeting were read, play, Mrs. Fred Abernathy held Tne entertainment commit- high club score. Refreshments tee put on a short program. Mrs. Harry Miller and Cecil Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred StoatoS and Rex, Mr. and Mrs. Will McIlravy. ( . , Mr, and Mrs. Harry Krelger, ElUc Eckles, Mrs. Leo Wray and Dale, Mrs. Dewey Evans, Mrs. Admiral Ehoades, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Eckles and family. ".• •'•••' itirilliill!,! Saturday evening at a called meeting at the American Legion hall the Royal Neighbor Camp installed the following officers. Mrs. Clara Bryant was installing officer and Mrs. Helen Ethington was installing Marshal. Officers installed were: Mrs, Flora Donaldson were served by the hostess. Reporter—Bernice Sterling Aid Society Meeting P. T. A, On January 9, we held our regular meeting. The enter- Mrs. W. J. Kilby and Mrs. Dar tainment was a mixed program Carter were hostesses to the which was enjoyed by all. Aid Society Saturday afternoon Refreshments of sandwiches, at the home of Mrs. Kilby. fruit salad, cake and coffee were The 1935 officers were re-el- served. ected to serve during 1936. They The next meeting will be on ard: President, Mrs. Emma February 13, with Lloyd Casey, Keith); vice president, Mfrs. D. C. sterling and Ernest Sym- Clara Bryant; secretary and onds on the entertainment com- HISTORY IN THE MAKING Knowledge lof old sea-going customs netted a wide-awake young man the tidy sum of about five thousand dollars. This handsome sum did not result from a game of chance, but rather from care and initiative. The purchase of the Louisiana Territory was paid in the greater part with silver dollars of the year 1804. During the transit of the money by ship the vessel was lost, resulting in a great shortage of dollars of that year: only four known to exist at the present time. In the days of sailing vessels, it was a usual custom to place a silver dollar, of the year of the vessels launching under the butt of the foremast^. Aflter some search, the said man found a small schooner that had been launched in 1804, bought it for a song, found the silver dollar, and sold it to a numismatist for $5000.00. Treasurer, Miss Emma Grimm. I mittee. Mrs. Raymond Miller and Sec'y—Mrs. Lloyd Casey. —Time Table Want Ads produce results. They are inexpensive. Bring or phone us your TESTED Chiropractic has been tested by more,than thirty years of time. During that time Chiropractors have found that many ,more diseases are yielding to their science /than was ever dreamed of when it was discovered. It is a scientific fact that each organ of the body must have .continual brain stimulation to do its work. When this stimulation is shut off for some reason then the organ lays down on the job and ill health results. Brain stimulation is shut off ,when a subluxation (slight displacement) occurs in the backbone. This, in itself, may not be painful enough to be'notice- alble but it has an effect on the rest of the body Become healthy and stay healthy by using the Chiropractic science. Visit the Chiropractor regularly and keep yourself in good condition. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Dr E. R. Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office Z Blocks West of Telephone Offtco-Plioiw JM

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