Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on February 6, 1936 · Page 8
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News of the Week from The Lenox School By Ma~ffarct Carruthers Those passing speed tests this week are: Dorothy Trost 30 words Flora Eckles 25 words Bob Reimer 22 words Those passing the January Transcription Test in Stenography are Mildred Walker, 80 words, 12 errors; Virginia Huff, 60 words, 15 errors. Basketball The Lenox teams easily took two victories from Blockton last Friday on the local floor. Although the Blockton girls sunk three consecutive baskets in the first few minutes of the game, the Lenox girls ended the game 34 to 17, while the boys' score read 31 to 20. Mr. O'Connor of Wiota rcfer- eed. Home Economics The girLs have been studying about stains, care and repair of clothing, and also their personal appearance. They have made samples to illustrate sewing on of buttons, snaps, hooks and eyes and also samples to illustrate hemming, basting and running hem stitch to put in their notebooks. Their next step will be to learn to use the machine. Music A good quartet was found in the sixth grade, consisting of Betty Reynolds, Marian Wurster, Robert Kelley and Wendell Ranclels. They entertained in two different rooms and showed good talent.. Julian Walter is playing the new bass drum presented the orchestra, at present. Second Grade Ten A's in spelling last Friday tied the Red and Blue cars in the contest, Valentine pictures are being made in art class. Miss Wilson has been reading the "Life of Abraham Lincoln" to them. Pictures of Lincoln, Washing- ton and Valentines are on display on the bulletin board. Mrs. Perham was a visitor in this grade. Third Grade "Little Tony of Italy" is the new book being read to the pupils of the third grade. The new officers are: Librarian, James Gray. Health Inspector, Kenneth Kilby. Floor Inspector, Lulu Mae Eller. Desk Inspector, Garland Buxton. Pencil Sharpener, D e 1 m a r Harrison. A.S a result of twelve A's in spelling last Friday, the girls lend in the contest three points. The third grade pupils have made Valentine posters and are now making Lincoln booklets. Mrs. Perham was also a visitor in this grade. Mary Lou Long, Rimel Day, Dorothy Bubb, Kenneth Probasco, Kenneth Kilby and Phil Reimer are the absentees. Fourth Grade The fourth graders are making Lincoln silhouettes in art class. New England states are being studied in geography and their bulletin board is devoted to various New England pictures and scenes. There were eleven A's in spelling, which makes the P. W. A.'s one point ahead. A new dictionary was presented to the fourth and fifth grades to use together. Barbara Krohmer brought a very interesting current event on Dr. David Smouse's institution for the physically handicapped, of Des Moines. They have been reading about sheep-shearing on Nantucket Island in correlation with their geography work. Fifth Grade Mrs. Davis substituted three days last week for Miss Benson, who was ill. Sixth Grade Mark Twain's book, "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" is being read for opening exercises. In arithmetic they are working with the division of decimals. There were nine A's in spelling last Friday. Bobby Wynn and Marian Wurster have been absent because of illness. These new officers were elected: Inspect Desks, Roger Kelly. Inspect Aisles, Louise Kimball, Wendell Randels. Take up Papers, Ruth Catuska, Lyle Hayes. Pass Out Papers, -Richard Preston, Earl Richards. Erase Blackboards, Gene Hoi- ben, Gene Reimer. Check Library File, Charles Bartcau, Betty Mae Manroe. Water Plants, Bobby Wynn, Robert Kilby. Pass Out Books, Roland Pen- ncbaker, Dylorus Marshall. Take Up Books, Marian Wurster, Billy O'Dell. Hostesses, Duella D e a v e r, Betty Reynolds. Donna Lou Hetz, Thelma Hunt, Leila Orr, Lois Clayton, Helen Wurster and Mar j one Beadle are the girls who have been selected for the girls' sex- tette. A Junior High county basketball tournament will be held in Bedford Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14 and 15. The schedule for the games follow: Friday night: Lenox vs. New Market, 6:30 Conway vs. Blockton, 7:30 fcflearfleld vs. Bedford, 8:30 Gravity vs. Sharpsbur$, 9:30 Four more games will be played between the winners and losers of the preceding night, engagements Saturday morning beginning at 8:30. The semi-flinalists will contend for championship and consolation Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Although the Lenox boys were handicapped by being minus two of their first line up, George Hayes and Bob Reimer, the remaining boys showed excellent teamwork and edged Corning out last Tuesday night, 34-26. The girls again brought home a big victory for Lenox, this time 40-14. Mr. O'Connor of Wiota refereed. RESOLUTIONS WHEREAS :i The Supreme that a black team of geldings, perfectly matched, weighing 2100 pounds each, probably was the top. He paid $735 for this team at Leon about eighteen years ago and sold the team almost Immediately to the late Dr. Bown of Chariton for $800. Dr. Bown had an order for a show team from the Hienz Company, of Buffalo, N. Y., who paid an even thousand dollars for the team. He said that he had paid as much as $600 for several teams during his career. Right now there is a great revival of interest in horses, Rushing stated, and good horses are bringing good prices again. Ed has always had the reputation of paying good prices and dealing squarely with the farmers and breeders. He is spending a part of his time at Humeston again. Do you shop the "As It Should Be" way? the particular items that you desire. See and choice your own fresh foods. Pay cash and pay less. Crackers 2 re 12 Grand Architect of the Universe "THIS IS A GOOD COUNTRY" lias seen fit to call our Worthy Sometimes the malcontents Brother Nelson S. Davenport make so much noise we forget from labor on Earth to his about the people who are the iimiimimiiiimmmiiiiiimmmiiiEiii Candidates ...Announce... imiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiimiiii 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, Iowa. Eternal Reward, it is with regret that we realize we will see him no more at our Altar, and WHEREAS: We, his Brethern, deplore the loss of a friend and Brother, therefore be it RESOLVED: That we extend to his family our sincerest sympathy, and, that our Altar and Charter be draped in Mourning for a period of thirty days, that a copy of these Resolutions be spread upon the records of the Lodge, a copy be sent to his family and a copy be handed to the publisher of the Lenox Time Table for publication. TREMONT LODGE NO. 343 A. F. & A. M., Lenox, Iowa John Muir, W. H. Madden, Fred A. Childs Resolutions Committee. RATE—lOc per line for first insertion;'5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per Inch. For Sale Double garage and other buildings, fruit and large garden. Cheap for quick sale. Phone C. O. Boyer, 200, Creston, for further particulars. 19-1 FOR SALE.— Special price on good used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Repairing and parts for any make. Hemstitching done. If you are having trouble with your sewing machine or are needing one, phone 46. Orville Beadle, Clearfield, la. POR SALE—8 room house with bath, on gravel in west Lenox am of FOR SALE — Mrs. Chas. Allen acreage in west part of Lenox. Has good house in good repair^ Anyone interested see Hufnagel & Long for price and terms. 19-1 SEEDS—We have a full line of the best farm seeds obtainable at very reasonable prices. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce that I a candidate for the office Sheriff of Taylor county, la., subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. I will appreciate your support. BEN LONG, Bedford, Iowa. RESOLUTIONS WHEREAS: it.has pleased the Great Father of the Universe to call from our midst our sister, Mrs. Nellie Childs, to give up her work on earth to take part in the Life Everlasting which is on high, and . WHEREAS: she has been a true and faithful member of our organization and has spread the light of human kindness far and wide, now therefore be it RESOLVED: that we tender to the family of our deceased friend our sincere condolence in their bereavement, and that a copy of these resolutions be entered upon the minutes of our organization, a copy be sent to the family and a copy is ordered published. SALOME CHAPTER, O.E.S. Irba Huff, J. H. Barber, •Committee Come in Davis. and see them. L. F. 17-tf Mechanical Lesions The osteopathic jphysician is peculiarly trained to find the mechanical defects in the human machine. The trouble which throws the whole body out of line and results in abnormal stress and strain may be found anywhere from the arches of the feet to the atlas (the bone upon which the head rests). Differences in leg length, for instance, will throw the spinal column into one or more abnormal side curves. Spinal curvature, sway back, "old man's stoop," forward protruding head, are all examples of bad .body mechanics and usually are accompanied by chronic arthritis. Osteopathic joint lesions, occuring at the pelvis or between the lower vertebrae of the ;j>inal column, may also be the causes of postural disturbances. In the presence of these lesions, it is almost impossible to keep a good posture no matter how hard the individual tries and no matter how much corrective exercising he does. The lesions must be fixed first and then muscles educated to ,hold the body in the correct attitude. Dr. M. J. Sluss 08TEOPATU1C PHYSICIAN BOXKLBLDG. UBKOX. IOWA FOR STATE SENATOR To the Republican voters of Adams and Taylor Counties: I am a candidate for the Republican Nomination for the office of State Senator from the Sixth Senatorial District of Iowa which is composed of Adams and Taylor Counties, subject to your approval at the Primary Election on June 1st, 1936. O. J. KIRKETEG Town Council Proceedings FOB 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 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of County Attorney of Taylor county, subject to the approval of the Republican vot- rs at the Primary Election on June 1, 1936. GEORGE A. SCHOENMANN, Blockton Lenox, Iowa, January 13, 1936 The Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Lenox, Iowa met in Special session, on the above date for the purpose of considering the Waterworks proposition and any other business that might come before it. The roll was called and the following Councilmen answered present: Eberle, Madden, Nelson, Preston and Tyler. Mayor Cassill presided at this meeting. A resolution for the form and issuance of $40,000.00 Municipal Water Works Revenue Bonds was presented. The following bill was presented and ordered paid: Water Fund D. A. Baum, land rental $1000.00 There being no further business, Council adjourned. C. B. CASSILL, Mayor. W. C. LEWIS, Clerk. thinking, frugal, working backbone of the country. Then something happens to wake us up, like this letter from a Utah farmer: "We are living in a very interesting time. I have never seen so much unrest. Anything goes at this time just so a certain element can get something for nothing. We are ruled by a class that don't know a hoe from a shovel. All they know is the school room. As long back as I can remember, I have heard the old story that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. "I have visited eleven nations and was born in a foreign coun- ry. I do know this is the best :ountry in the world. Anyone who .will work and save can climb the ladder to success. "It will be 73 years next April that with my mother we sailed from Denmark for the U. S. We came from Omaha to Utah with an ox team. I walked all the way. With no education and as poor as anyone could be, I have made my way up the ladder to the $150,000 mark, but it has taken hard work and some foresight. I have never had a dollar given to me, but have given thousands away. It makes me iired to hear a lot of pinheads get together and plot against the man who has the nerve to get out and do things. "In my early manhood, 15 of us young men located on stream in Utah. All any of us had was our teams. I bought some of my neighbors out thru foresight. I worked hard. Today I own more land, more water, more horses, cattle and sheep than the 12 who are lef all combined. Under the plan of some I should divide up. No This is a good country for all who are on the square. "If I had the power, I could cure this evil that is so preval ent through the land. I would send all the discontented tc Europe, give them 50 dollars t start out on, and tell them 'Now oot, hog, or die.' Give them tiree years abroad. They wouL hen be willing to come bacl nd be good Indians." POUNDS These are fancy, yellow fruit, with green tips. I Grimes, Ben Davis sweet, juicy Ibs. Floridas tion since 1926. School district cooperators vith the Extension Service, minute men" of the farm bur- au.) and special township seed orn communities in sorne coun- iesiwill assist the county agents n making a survey to locate ribs of corn suitable for seed, corn sealers in some FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters in the Primary Election June 1, 1936. to be held uiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiumiiiiiuin E. P. SIMPSON, Bedford FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the oflice of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary Election to be held June 1, 1936. JOHJU P. WALTER, <?rove Township. HORSE BUYER SEES GOOD PRICES Corydon Times-Republican — Corydon friends had the pleasure of meeting B. E. Rushing, the well known horse buyer who was in Corydon one day last week rounding up a truckload of horses he had bought in this locality. They were loaded out Friday night for Milwaukee, Wis. Ed has been buying and selling horses for a third of a century' and ' during tha period has had mhay interest ing and varied experiences. On one occasion he bought over 20 head of horses in one day righ here In Corydon he told this editor Friday. Asked what was the highes repllec Lard Compound 2 Ibs. round or sirloin, Ib. ;ounties are furnishing helpful nformation in locating seed corn. Some'corn in the shock has been found to germinate tively well. Early planted or corn from sandy soil has 1 found to germinate well er to make seed. Results of tional germination tests ducted in the counties and I college laboratory reveal necessity of testing all cornj be planted for seed next sp —Sell, rent, buy, trade—tl Time Table want ads. Basketball THURSDAY, FEB. 6 8 O'CLOCK LENOX vs. DIAGONAL BOYS ONLY ADM. 15c&25c EARCH FOR GOOD SEED CORN CONTINUES THROUGHOUT IOWA Director R. K. Bliss of the owa State College Extension >ervice says information ob- ained from farmers, county .gents and the college seed lab- ratory indicates that practi- ally every county in Iowa faces he most serious seed corn situ- tt:ramwrommm«:rim:m«jmi:z::: : Professional Cards:- niiiiniiiittutnuniiiittuuttntunitTT GEO. L. GOOD ALE OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORE Lenox, Iowa O. 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 Bldg Bedford, Iowa General Practice in All Courts- State and Federal Special Attention Given to Settlement of Estates Prank Wisdom Q. j. Kirketeg Wisdom & Kirketetr a , Special attention gjven to settlement of e|tates |owa ADMINISTRATOR'S SALi of the late F. A. Brokaw at his late residence located 5 miles f and 2 miles south of Corning 011 graveled road; y, mile no Mercer Center on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 commencing- at 11:30 8—HEAD OF HORSES—8 Black gelding, wt. 1800 Ibs., 10 yrs. old; Bay mare, wt. 1750,, old: Bav marc. wt. 1350, 5 yrs. old, in foal, service fee paid, so i good work mare; Coming yearling i ¥ ine saddle mare, 9 yrs. old; Suckling Humbert's saddle horse; Grey horse, i rvrin > ' - , Gray mare, 10 yvs. old, a good work mare; Coming yearling a big one, none better; Fine saddle mare, 9 yrs. old; Suckling die gaited colt, out of Humbert's saddle 1700, 9 yrs. old. 80-HEAD OF FALL PIGS-80 or tall pigs, cholera immune, weight 15- 80 80 head „. .„„ ,,, SJ)) tuu i era , immune, weight average HEAD OF CATTLE— 15 rs "old 1 - » y v^r W ii b p en fre , sh - about a month; .White face vvi,if; f 1 ' I y * ar °- Id - Roan heifer . giving milk now: 2 year X • Tlfr£ ? e lr r> ft V «i g Vl ilk; White fac * yearling heifer " 3 ".?! 3 ^ Ol ' tho ™ heifers; 2-year-ol! Holste Shorthorn steer calves. er- ei, row cow, 50—HEAD OF SHEEP—50 0 head of ewes with lambs at side. and MISCELLANEOUS mai'hiiip ?!> i,, '-P 66 " 1 ^ tractor; McCormick-Deering tbre cr- netp'rmJ,!,' ^"» der ; McCormick-Deering clover seed rec der-" ho^nm .«,°° d i, Stacke i" McCormick-Deering 8 roll sb ier- ™£ n J" Deere tractor plow; John Deere «?a: .-erfcii • rvL cul , hva . t01 " Du »"P rake; Tower surface cul«va* 'euzta, Cement mixer; 1926 Buick sedan: 1926 Buick pick' 1 " u a e m ', hamtess ; Good single harness; 8 seedcorn racks, J 10 L 0a ,i, and GRAIN ; Load clover hay and some fodder* sack of seed Terms: CASH. Lunch by Mercer Center CHAS. & LEE BROKAW, Adoi PIPER & BEEMER, Auctioneers

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