Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on February 6, 1936 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, February 6, 1936
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE. LENOX, IOWA THURSDAY, DOIETYl G. C. W. Club Met With Mrs. Swartz Mrs. Cora Swartz was hostess to a few of the members of the O. C. W. club last Thursday. Because of bad weather and roads many members were not test conducted Sluss. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Bricker Entertain at Bridge and Mrs. O. E. Bricker Sh»w-Checs« Wedding Sunday Miss Marion Cheese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cheese of Lenox, and Carl L. Shaw of Corning, son of Mrs. Nelle Belding, were married Sunday, Feb. 2, at 12 o'clock at the rectory in Lenox. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. P. J. McStay in the presence of only the bride's parents and the attendants. Miss Eloise Bricker t served as bride's maid and Pay able to attend. After dinner a. i enter ' tamed at . bridge last Wed- comforter was tied. The next j nesday eve ning. January 29. '• cheese attended the groom, meeting will be with Mrs. Kate j Three ta bi es were arranged for wedding dinner was served Miller Friday, February 14. Annual election of officers will be held. were Sunday visitors at the Wilda Hiley home. Grace and Joy Ann Cllpson were visiting over the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cllpson. Charlie Hewitt and son Ray were shopping in Corning Friday. Mrs. F. M. Leach and Francis of Prescott, visited a few days last week at the W. H. Leach home. Due to the drifted roads, our mail carrier has been unable to 2'/ 2 c. stewed tomatoes 2 slices onion Piece of bay leaf 2 cloves y 2 c. shrimps, cut up | 1-4 tsp salt . j 1 tsp sugar Few grains cayenne 1 tbsp capers j 1 tbsp vinegar i Soak gelatine In cold water 5 minutes. Cook onion, spices, seasonings and vinegar with the tomatoes. Strain, add gelatine and stir until dissolved.; I Edith Hewitt, j weeks. the past two , Ray Hiley visited over the i week end with his mother and I the children. Mrs. Wlllard Campbell visited Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Hiley and children. Mrs. Huff Club Hostess Mrs. K. R. Huff was hostess to the regular meeting of the M. F. O. Club Wednesday afternoon, January 29. Ten members were present. Mrs. H. C. Kiilion read a paper, {'The Delis of Wisconsin." During the social hour 42 was played. Refreshments were served the hostess. ithe play. High score prizes I were received by R. E. Penne! baker and Mrs. Raymond Miller. Mrs. Pearl Reynolds received the traveling prize. Refreshments were served by the hosts. at!at this writing, and we hope he the Cheese home following the I can set the mail to all. ceremony. Mrs. Shaw is a graduate of get clear around on his route, i Cool and add shrimps and cap- but roads are in better condition \ ers. Pour into heart shaped moulds which have been dipped in cold water. Chill. Unmold Garnish slices of mg the Lenox high school with the garet c!a.?s of 1933. Mr. Shaw is a i Home graduate of the Corning high school and attended' Denver university for two years. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw are visiting in Corning this week. They will be at home in Boulder. Colo., after February 11, where Miss Doris Denhart was shopping in Corning Saturday. Mrs. Orville Shawler and Mar- Ann returned to their last Tuesday, after help- care for her mother, Mrs. on nests of lettuce, with mayonnaise and stuffed olives. M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m by Meeting: of Priscilla Circle The Priscilla Circle of the M. E. Church met at the home of Mrs. Bob Reynolds last Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Horace Fleming and Mrs. Rollie Bender, assisting hostesses. Twenty-five members were present and three new members were enrolled as follows: Mrs. Frank Hatton, Mrs. Eddie Quinn and Mrs. Luetta Wiand. The program was a poem read by Mrs. S. F. Hufnagle and a con- Meeting of Harmony Reading Circle The Harmony Reading Circle met at Hotel Lenox on Wednesday, Jan. 29, when the members j Mr. Shaw will be employed by- enjoyed their annual oyster j the Walgreen drugstore, supper. After the business session the folSowing program was given: For the Homemaker Ideas, Suggestions, News for Women Readers The Lenox lime-Tal LENOX, IOWA L. Entered as second class tw. March 2, 1904? at the Df °fnce in Lenox, Iowa, under act of Congress of March 3 Subscription price in , $1.50 per year in advance- side of state, $2.00 per vL advance. Six month 5 cents i THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 A REAL OLD TIMER Idaho Statesman—On Several interesting articles were Prairie Star Events Hugh Clipson had the mLsfor- , — . , . . —_. , , J.J.Lt-,il\_XH 1VO l_l i 1 J. 1 L4 II t; 1 -IW All i» J X V-/J, read by Mrs. Lillian Donaldson, tune of ]osing one Qf his horses Mrs. Joe Tedford and Mrs. Sadie Johnson; instrumental music was given by Mrs. C. D. Hetz and Mrs. Donald Dunbar. Celebrate Fiftieth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Wilt will celebrate then: fiftieth wedding anniversary Tuesday, February 11, at their home, with a family basket dinner at noon, and open house to all friends from 2 to 4 p. m. last week, ease. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leach of Creston were Sunday dinner guests at the W. H. Leach home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hewitt and children, and Miss Doris Denhart visited relatives in Mt. Ayr, Sunday. Chester Campbell visited a Thursday, February 6 Mrs. Orval Walter will be hostess this evening to the regular FOR A VALENTINE LUNCHEON meeting of the H. S. Club. Tomato aspic, beet salads or Harvard beets, and red apple rings will undoubtedly find their way into many a St. Valentine's Day luncheon because of their bright color. Sandwiches and few days last week parents, Mr. and Campbell. E. C. Woosley with corn stalk dis- j cakes w m be cut in heart shapes and the little old fashioned cain/dy hearts which bear the message "I love you" will not be forgotten. Queen over all Valentine salads is the Queen-of-Hearts, colorful because of the tomatoes, satisfying because of the shrimps, and tasty because of its spice. with Mrs. his Ira and children Queen-of-Hearts 2 tbsp gelatine 1/2 c. cold water Salad INEW CHEVROLET FOR 1936 "anrf it's the only complete car that sells at such low prices!" NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES Urn tafatl and imoathett ever dev.loped SOLID STEEL one-piece TUHBET TOP • own of beauty, a fortrw of wf.fy HZGH-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE giving »ytn b»rt«r performance wild cvtn I«M goj and ell IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION BIDE* Hi* MPOofhwl, tafeit ride of all Think of all the good things you get in the new Chevrolet, and don't got anywhere else at Chevrolet prices, and you will readily understand why people call this the only complete low- priced car. It's the only low-priced car with New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, which are essential to maximum driving safety— The only low-priced car with the Gliding Knee-Action Ride*, which brings you comfort and safety beyond compare— The only low-priced car with Solid Steel one-piece Turret Top, Genuine Fisher No Draft Ventilation, High- Compression Valve-in-Head Engine and Shockproof Steer* n g*—*U of which are essential to complete motoring satisfaction. Good judgment says, Buy a new 1936 Chevrolet—the only complete low-priced car. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN MASTER DE LUXE SPORT SEDAN GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION IN NEW TURRET TOP BODIES ' (he most beautiful and comfortable bodl«j e»er created for a low-priced car SHOCKPROOF STEERING* making driving, eaiier and safer toon ever before All THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES 1 NEW MONEY-SAVING G. M. A. C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN Compare Chevrolet''! low delivered prices and low monthly payments. 495 AND UP. Li,t pric, aj New Standard Couft kumptrt, ipare tin and — : L.~i^T~JT"- f fn<! '"Aaton on Mailer Model* *ahf,$20addauaal. Prices yuoiedininltadtxrtiM- • an /ill at Flint. Miekigan, and subject to' H uuhout nolle*. A. Central Motor* Valu*. ' MILLER CHEVROLET CO. LENOX, IOWA Chapter FW, P. E. O., will meet today with Mrs. Paul Davis instead of with Mrs. W. C. Lewis as had been planned. Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. I At the morning worship ser- I vice the pastor will preach on, -•• u« ; "A Man With a Vision." The : at the state horticultural co n | : subject for the sermon in the ! venti °n starting last week is . evening will be, "Shining for section cut out of the heart i Christ." the oldest living Idaho ' We extend unto you a cordial tant " • invitation to attend our ser- j It is a sla bsawed out of thl vices. i heart of a juniper tree, whicfg Six months from now the when the tree was cut in ' .weather will probably offer an-!was 1618 years old. This lIEtl ! other excuse for staying away started to grow, its ring recot | from church services—it will! shows, three years before then be too hot.—T. K. j Roman Emperer Constants I W. F. M. S. The Women's was converted to Christianity! I Foreign Missionary Society will; It was nearly 12 centuries oil Friday, February 7 The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. church will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jay Hughes. meet on Friday afternoon, Feb. when Columbus discovered Ami erica. It has seen the rise 1 Christianity and Mohammedan! The Annette Newcomer Missionary Society will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. not joined us in this Bible read- O. P. Arnold. 7, at the home of Mrs. Jay Hughes. BIBLE READING. During, the ' ism as world religions, of „ month of January, with less land, France, Germany and" i™ than one fourth of our people United States, as world poweri) sending in reports, the people It was a venerable patria of our church read 1,578 chap- | when Joan of Arc was ters in the Bible. If you have at the stake. Saturday, February 8 The Aulora Mclntyre Missionary Society will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Everett Kennedy. ing project now would be a fine Most interesting to pre day Americans is — '•*"'l7 A**4AV/i JH/C1.1..LJO 1O .lUO 111 I time to start. Report the num- | tion of rain fall cycles 1Bt . ber of chapters to your Sunday rings of the tree seem to radii School teacher. Only report to cate that conditions when the pastor if you do not attend first started growing were u Sunday School. READ A T matcially similar to those of thJ .LEAST ONE CHAPTER IN THE present; that in 1470 a period oil Tuesday, February 11 The G. V. C. ladies will be entertained this afternoon by Mrs. Herman Holben at the home of her mother, Mrs. B. H. Clayton. Wednesday, February 12 The Lenox Fortnightly Club is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Barber. ! BIBLE EVERY DAY. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Sermon topic, "Salvation." Young Peoples' Society, 6:30. ! heavy 1 rainfall started, lasting! for 150 years; that this was lowed by 200 years of droutl and again by a gradually risint! curve of precipitation until about ten years before it wa cut. The tree grew at Fifielc The M. F. C. ladies are meeting this afternoon with Mrs. O. D. Tyler. The regular program will be given. Look up your roll call. The Harmony Reading Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Donald Dunbar this afternoon. Sack lunch will be served. The M. F. O. Club members have postponed their club party indefinitely. The next regular meeting will be with Mrs. J. A. Porter at Hotel Lenox, on Wed- lesday, February 26. The volume of agricultural )roducts exported from the Jnited States during the last fiscal year stands at 54 per cent of pre-war compared with 83 per cent in 1933-34. The world wheat supply will be about the same this year as ast, since increased production will be largely offset by a de- rease in the carry-over of old wheat. —Phone or bring your want ads to the Time Table. The Westminster Sunday i School class will hold a party. at the Manse Friday evening. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 6:30 Christian Endeavor 7:30 Evening Worship Weathar still cold. A good service last Sunday morning. Begin coming to the evening ! service. | Beginning with Sunday evening, March 31, we begin a series of special evangelistic services to run through 14 consecutive Sunday nights. ' A New Test, will be given the best slogan (suitable for pla- ! card) handed to me by this 1 Sunday morning. Please hurry. I UNITED PRESBYTERIAN j CHURCH NOTES i Rev. W. A. Thompson I Sabbath School. 1U:00 a. m Preaching, 11 a. m.; 8 p. m Y. P. C. U. 6:30 near Idaho Falls. Dependable Service .... . AT. -. Moore's ALWAYS Send your laundry to us and see how dependable the service really is! Every bim- „ die washed individu- I ally— fine linens given f 8 expert handling. '§ Laundry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey Ermand, Agent Telephone 96 ammttajt mttmmatjffll Lenox City Property PUBLIC AUCTION on Tuesday, February 18 commencing at 1:30 p.m. on the premises I will sell the following property described, being Lot 308, except east 6 ft. with good 6- room house in good shape, also good garage, coal house and other out buildings. Also vacant lots No. 310 and 311, adjoining lot 308 .located one block west of Lenox Motor Company in original Town of Lenox, Iowa. The reason for selling this property is because of the fact I live in California and don't care to look after it. The property will be sold clear of all ih- cumbranceu Terms of Sale: $150.00 down on day of sale. Will carry back balance on contract, purchaser to pay $10.00 per month until paid in full, at which time warranty deed and abstract will be furnished. 5% interest on deferred payments, paid semi-annually. We will sell the vacant lots separately from property with house. These are fine lots. Terms on vacant lots, $25.00 down, bal'* 5 J. L. GRAY, Owner Alhambra, California K. B. Piper, Auct., E. Long, Clerk GOITRE *i. G ° ltr< ; IS , a Diseased condition or enlargement of the thyroid gland, which is located at the base of the neck and is attached to the rings of the trachea and connected with a small middle lobe or isthmus. There are severa kinds but they are more easily classified as inward (exoph- thalmic) and outward. The outward type will frequently not give much discomfort until quite large, " e «"«=»"J «,ith T «vm«?«£i hal / nic * ype may come on slowl y or quickly, with symptoms of extreme nervousness, fast beating of " e ' Eht ' di «» 1 "«-»«'»n of he -' not J" he ' Here is a typical case of goitre on place where she had to the in was well nine years, my X-ray and Neurocalonteter Service DrE. ~ CHIROPRACTOR Office z Blocks west O l Telephone Oiftoe-KwM III MIMfllMIMIIII

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