Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on February 13, 1936 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, February 13, 1936
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'.'I- 1 DCIETY! THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LEKOX, IOWA M. F. C. Meeting | Mr. and Mrs. Martindale will Tyler Home ibe at home to their friends in Mrs. O. D. Tyler was hostess Clarinda after February 15. to the regular meeting of the' M. P. C. ladles Wednesday af- Chapter FW ternoon. P. E. O. ' Nine members were present.: Mrs. Paul DavLs was hostess CHURCH OP CHItlS* I. O. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 6:30 Christian Endeavor 7:30, Evening Service (In basement room). HfcAVY SCALE INSPECTION IN IOWA Little known, and yet of great Importance to Iowa citizens, Is the heavy scale inspection service carried on by the State Department of Agriculture. If the coal situation remains! small scales in stores, gas acute there will be one Protest- pumps and similar measuring than is actually on the plat- ant service in the town to which devices are constantly being Miss at the regular meeting of Chap- Miss ter FW, P. E. O., Thursday cv- Mrs. Donald Tyler and Betty Tyler were guests. Ruth Lown, as Contact Woman ening. P. E. O. History was giv- for the club, gave some inter- en in response to roll cnll by esting facts from the Club the fifteen members present. Woman. ; The Founders Day program Mrs. Clark Barteau gave an was in charge of Mrs. K. R. interesting paper on the State Huff. of Indiana. Mrs. D. L. aCrter read three poems. Miss Ruth Women's Foreign Lown composed and read a Missionary Society in doubt call your pastor. poem dedicated Chllds. to Mrs. A. A. all the others will be invited, checked by 25 dairy and food The ministers will decide on the inspectors. The average indi- church and notices posted on i vidual knows of and appreciates the church and elsewhere. If this service. He is less familiar, however, with the heavy scale inspection. Three employees of the department of agriculture spend j their entire time inspecting i grain, livestock, coal mine and :;£.?£<«•*>• '"'^fv^/T- «;CV -, cooking losses, particularly of as yet beien made to elve ** , - - tnat the postponed lesson? seared roast shrinks more than the unseared. Miss Petersen says that searing need not be entirely elimin- Malvprn ated because it browns the ex-' er savs he terior, improves surface flavor for ^ heir and shortens the cooking time.: Thursday, February 13 coal dealers' scales. Each of these men drives a ton and a form. Soma dealers tried to correct this situation by weighing each end of a heavy truck and adding the two weights to arrive at the total load. This does not result in a correct weight and reacts to the disadvantage of the seller. For the above reasons, the in- pectors exercise the utmost vigilance to see that grain and livestock scales are correct as a protection to the farmer. ctlljici ueueia . Heavy duty or truck type Recipes of long standing call Snmft^S scales are built strong enough to for salting at the beginning of "£,°u „°\,™ e /?,° W dr «t.s into weigh up to their rated capac- the cooking process "so that fee'JS™ h •?' Mules or ity without springing, even if salt will penetrate." Miss Peter- * nythm *', he sa y s - its all in the the load is placed at one end of sen says that in a lar?e roast j dayS W ° rk ' Experiments also have proved that cooking a good quality roast by "moist heat" will increase losses of juices and thus hlv"" H^ilnt ™, „„• * lessen payability, contrary to X, ^ ^^ hlSted " earlier beliefs. . , e ° ut to hlgher Btouna n«_< _* , _. .. ..also dragged the loari nf WRECKER SERVICE FOR MULES •—Edward Pip. found a new use ambulance der- a call this week mule out he had a load of "histed" the but H e go out Meeting of G. V. C. Ladies Mrs. Glen Leckliter wa.s ho.s- tess to the meeting of the G. V. Club Tuesday evening. Thir- Foreign Missionary Society the Methodist church Friday afternoon at .of Mrs. Jay Hughes. Eight members were present. Miss Winnie Haigler conducted the devotionals. The platform. sa it penetrates only about one-' v.^v, ti^i v^.co cv.i/un ttllu a "i all tne heavy scales in the half inch below the surface jL.M.iau^, ruui-uary i* half truck carrying 2500 pounds j state, the most frequently in- Another prevalent theory was The Priscilla Circle will meet of sealed weights which are spected are those at interior that salting meat when it was • •- - - used to determine whether j Packing plants and "—-' scales checked are within the concentration points. I flf* irriSPllIf? Ill'PIP W7111 TT1 pPr *-"•*• "' ___ ^±^^,3°^ this af^noon at the home of «-ed_ to Determine^whether | Packing plants ^ and livestock put on the" fir^W ^advisable i Mrs. J. W. Walter. Bring a sack Recog- because it would draw out the ivim. ,i. w. vvcULUi. miiijj ti auuK — " — ™>.w»»».« i**^ ,, tU i,i.n uuc. ^~.*..w 0.1,1,^^5- ueutiuae ID wouiu uraw OU .. . lunch with you and your own tolerance allowed by state law. sizing the value of state scale juices. It has been found that tne nome i c , lsnes> , Outside wagon or truck scales j inspection and of the state OK meat itself contains salt and f iare permitted a tolerance of, card over their scales, the pack- creates a natural salt solution Woman's Relief Corps is two pounds per 1000 pounds ofj el 'S have requested the gtate while cooking. rr tl-iio nffavnnnn ot + !-,« nrnriiin.t. wpio'liorl Ti-i nfVinr. Dfinnrt.innnf. nf Ao-rlmiM teen members were present, study WM from the gave a i jy[ rs o . P. Arnold was hostess a sick ; at the meeting of the Annette Roll call was "Thoughts of Lin- south America, and was con- coin". ; ducted by Mrs. Milo Fleming. Mrs. Herman Holben read an i article "Dearborn, Henry Ford's Annette Newcomer Restored Village". ; Missionary Society Mrs. Donald Tyler monologue, "Cheering Friend." Newcomer Missionary Society Invited guests of the hostess Prlday afternoon. Seven mem- were Mrs. Francis Folcey, Mrs. bers were present J. B. Wood, Mrs. Fred Cronklte, j Mrs . Mary sweeley was devo- and Mrs. Warren Gaer. j tional leader The lesson stud Following the bridge play, | was "Beyond The Rio Grande" Mrs. W. C. Lewis received thej The leacier wag Mrs G A B J high club score for the evening, j ant> who was assisted „ Mrfi Mrs. Cronklte received the guest Amou,, M rs. Randels, Mrs. T. J •n-rirm I ' , f . „ , l " B thlS afternoon at the pl '° d " Ct ™^- h ° me ° fMrS ' Emma DOnald£0n ' ^i ,' Whe f f 100 ° of officers, and all sealed weights are In other! Department of Agriculture to pounds placed uncooked 'meat may •* Killion and Miss Annola Toler. prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess. | Mrs. Orval Walter Mrs. Herman Holben will en- ; d u jj ji os t ess tertain the club Friday after- i ,, 1. , ™, ^ noon, Feb. 14 at th ehome of L Mr f °™1 Walter was hos- her mother, Mrs. B. H. Clayton. !. tess to , the H.S. Club at her (home last Friday evening. Nine i members were present and responded to roll call with a current event. u , . -. ,. . ., The program was a report school enjoyed a dinner-bridge from the Blue Book givenPby at the Hotel Lenox Monday ev- . Mrs . Rollie Bendei , Mbrs H * ening Feb. 3. Mrs Mary Moyle! Walter gave the life fit a ^ and Miss Leona Haermg were Snirl Temple- TnA pnmmit.fpo ir» nHovrra _. [,,,,. , ~" - -_ U i**u,i.Lj & w.iAv,uwtt.Gu. niccto iXitiy of i test their scales once a month., draw out some additional juice, -Liiuuivijivviv*! ^/* wiiiv>v-j.w, miti c*i± ••— D -*«~ «.*v> JVAM.VI^V* oil; ^" department is complying says Miss Petersen but if the members are urged to attend. \ such scales, they can weigh 998 with the requests as fully as juices are used for 'gravy there i or 1002 pounds and pass state ! time will permit. In this con- win be no food loss It has been Friday, February 14 j inspection. This amounts to i nection it is of interest to note found that salt prevents brown- Misses Lenore and Maxine only one fifth of one per cent, that the livestock scales at these ing, so perhaps the best time Dunbar will entertain the L. F. Someone may wonder why this points are the best that money to salt is after the roast has G. club at their home this ev- tolerance is allowed. No one i ean buy. They are "properly in- been browned. ening. i yet has manufactured a scale stalled, never overloaded, and , j that is exactly perfect and if it The G. V. C. ladies will be the were perfect, it would not stay guests of Mrs. Herman Holben that way under all kinds of this afternoon at the home of working conditions. No one to her mother, Mrs. B. H. Clayton. | date has found a perfect man; therefbre, how . can one expect are frequently checked by stan- HOME PROTFCT TRAmmr dard weights which most pack- PROJECT TRAINING ers keep for that purpose. In nearly all cases the beams on "" e V* snc " these scales are of the register- third lesson m the womens ing type which stamns th« home P r °J ect work was cancel- SCHOOLS POSTPONED Due to snow blocked roads the in the womens »-. v ~ W ^.UA uj J.AW *T . VyClflA WllC CAJ^liUU C3 -»7 X^ v " ***V/A* UUOiJilJJQ UJ.AU 1 J 4-1 * Tuesday, February 18 scales manufactured by man to i weight on a ticket inserted in 1S week> Mlss Irma Gar ~ Salome Chapter, O. E. S. will be absolutely perfect? | the poise of the beam, thus " er ' Home Furnism 'ng Special- meet this evening for its regu- Directly or indirectly every I making it impossible to misread ^ of Iowa State Colle g e . h ad lar meeting. Iowa citizen is concerned with . the weight. been scheduled to work in Tay- lowa citizen is concerned with, the weight, the testing of heavy scales, for Faculty Dinner Bridge Party The faculty of the Lenox the committee in charge. Following the bridge play first Guests of the hostess were Mrs. J. W. Walter, Mrs. Jess i , AVJ.J.O. u. VV . VV tUUUi , IVlio. JBiSS and second prizes were awarded w Mrs Thelma to Miss Mane Evans and Miss| MLss Bernice wilcke _ Fanny Wilson. Beach - Combs Wedding Bridge was played at three tables and Mrs. J. W. Walter received the guest prize. Miss Mable Furgeson held the high At the home of Mi-, and Mrs. • club score for the evening. The Hal Beach in Omaha occurred ; next meeting will be with Mrs the wedding of Miss Dorothy ; Rollie Bender, Feb. 28 Combs and Mr. Walter Beach, Sunday, Feb. 9. The ceremony took place in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Beach and family, Donald Beach and Miss Marie Fery. Walter is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Beach of near Lenox and is employed by the Railway Express Co. at Omaha. Mrs. Beach's home is at Red Oak and i - — — --~-o *•*••• A^X^I-VIJ ut^tVA^oJj J.W.L 1935 SOYBEAN CROP MOVED i over these scales pass mo.st of <=^*"c iuajLjeuuuiis is $^.uu JNO FASTER THAN FORMER ONES the g rain > livestock, coal, and advance notice is given of trie The 1935 crop of soybeans other ne &vy products marketed [ vlsit of the 'inspector. The pres- has moved into commercial in the state. If errors in weigh- ent limited personnel makes it The fee charged for all heavy lor count y. February 11 to 14 ale inspections is 300 No gmng the Pillow and Table Covers le sson. No dates have LENOX, IOWA VERLIN L. SWEELEY MARY E. SWEELEY Publishers Entered as second class tor, March 2, 1904, at the post- office in Lenox, Iowa, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1379. ti Subscription prlce~ln~towa' $11 .- 50 ?er. year In advance; outside of state, $2.00 per year in advance Six month price one- half of foregoing. Single copies THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1936 Lenox City Property at PUBLIC AUCTII on has moved into commercial channels at a much faster rate are permitted to exist, VyliCillAlUiO UU U, 111UL>I1 IctOUCi J. lllAJ ---- * ------- --ww» ui_. ^«.J.»JU, than usual, apparently because som eone stands to gain and of -the increased uses developed some o ne to lose, so it is very T -~ for soybeans. important that the work be difficult to inspect many scales i as often as it really should be I done. However, the three in- : specters are constantly at work, • each covering his territory to the best of his ability so that ij. oUj fJUclilo. •*• ~-~~~-*, w.*.»w u*ii_, vv'u'Ar The report of the United done thoroughly and well. States Department of Agricul- ' One of tne real problems at the best of his ability so that ture indicates that up to Jan. 1 the P^sent time arises out of, transactions in the state involv- i approximately 65 percent of the the weighing of heavy trucks on in £ weighing can be carried on | crop had been sold by growers, scales built for wagons. Two • with equal justice to seller and |: crop naa oeen soia oy growers, ij ^" iv -" K/^HU j. U i wagLwis. ±wo "*»" while at the same time last thirds to threa fourths of the, buyer. i i i» f, i i _ _ Inn rl r»oi»vi«/-7 »-»v% n 4-«*i n i_ J~ _ii_year only half of the crop had load moved from farms. „„„ M« on a truck is dir- uiuvuu irum ituins. In other ectly over the rear a *le and recent years only 30 to 40 per- must be weighed on one end of —,. -* i,.. —, . , the scale. This overloads wagon scales which were built to cent of the soybean crop had been sold by Jan. 1. According to E. S. Dyas, extension agronomist at Iowa MAY BE WELL TO SEAR ROAST BUT IT WON'T SAVE JUICES Sentiment must be sacrificed i , , , . i "cmuiiiciiu niusu oe sacimcea thVnSfr y ^ tnbUt f d to Science * the housewife who the platform. The pivots, wou ld use modern cooking M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. ,„..„, Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m she is taking a beauty culture j Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. course in Omaha. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. At the morning worship service the pastor will preach on, "A Man Visualizing God." uciwiuii ugiuaumisi, at lowa -•--_—- ±««—^ 4ii . ^^c V i V uto, W0 uid use modern cookina- State College, no crop in recent bearings, levers and eye beams methods. The recipe for beef years has made as sensational were made to can 'y the lighter roast "like mother used to an increase in production as J° ad - Weighing a truck with a' make" has been altered bv de have soybeans. Last year Iowa " eavv load on one end of the velopments of the last few produced approximately 6,800,- scale w111 throw these working years 000 bushels of soybeans, or part <> out of Position, spring the The direction "sear first to nearly one-sixth of the total eye beams - a ™l a n incorrect retain juices and prevent United States' production. In weight will be recorded on the shrinkage," is obsolete, says Miss Annette Petersen. Experiments have proved that searing causes A Surprise Birthday Party ; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller entertained at a surprise party for their son "Bing" last Fri*i day evening honoring his 16th 1 11 birthday. Guests were Milton Brick^r, Jesse Smith, Dean Ethington, Lloyd Ray, Lucille Fattig, Grace Larimor, Mildred Walker, Helen Wurster, Margaret Wurster, Genevieve Beemer, Don Thompson, George Hayes, George Dunbar, Gail Potts and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bricker. Bridge was played and Gail Potts won high score prize while Dean Ethington and Margaret Wurster drew for the traveling prize, which Margaret won. A number of gifts were sehted and refreshments were served. Martindale-Cheese Wedding Miss Lola Cheesp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hajcry Cheese of I*mox, and Dale Martindale, •on of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martindale of Clarinda, were mar 1 •Tied Sunday, Feb. 9, at 2 o'clock; in the rectory of St. Patrick's 1 church. The ceremony was formed by the Rev. p. j. Stay. :•••••• ••• •• Carl Shaw, sister of the , bride, served as matron of hon- and Carl Shaw, attended the I .groom. Mrs. Martindale is a graduate Jl the Lenox High school with! ^he class of 1930 ana is a grad- of the Mercy Hospital o| nursing In Des Moines; of 1935. Mr. Martindale Jed junior college at ciar- ansj the University of Iowa. Unless the fuel situation is straightened up by Sunday the pastors of the Protestant churches plan that one church will be opened Sunday for Sunday School and morning church service. If you are in doubt concerning the matter call the pastor at the parsonage. After a Sunday wherein I did not attend warship services I can see no attraction to remaining at home from the church services.—T. K. PRISCILLA. The Priscilla Circle will meet on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 13 at the home of Mrs. John Walter. Bring a sack lunch with you and your own dishes. BIBLE READING. Join us in this Bible Reading project. It will not harm you and it may do you a lot of good. Report to your Sunday School teacher or to the pastor the number of chapters read. READ AT LEAST A CHAPTER A DAY IN THE BIBLE. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. W. A. .Thompson I Sabbath School, 10:00 a m .Preaching, 11 a. m.; a p.'m y,P. 0. U. 6:30 i'- There will be Protestant Union services this Sunday. The place of service will be announced later. The Preacher Says: "A cold heart Is a more serious thing than a cold wave." PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ' Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor "Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. vj 11 IUJLI ouclUUO pi UUUULIOII. Xn ••*** MW. J.^^,UAU.CU UIl tilt; 1934, this state produced about beam - In every case, the scale i,cx,<j:.Gi)d ousiiels, or about one-i beam re cords a smaller weight twelfth of the total production. Export demand for soybeans hrV. uoen KLrong, with 1,569,000 bushels expected for export j during the last 3 months of 1935. The average farm price to growers throughout the country on Dec. 31 wa.s 80 cents a bushel for thresher-run beans. • Dependable | Service AT Moore's ALWAYS » ;• Send your laundry to I us and see how dependable the service really is! Every bundle washed individually—fine linens given ^ expert handling. Moore's laundry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey.Ermana, Agent Telephone 96 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 N < 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 in- cumbrance. 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, balance on contract at 5% interest for three years. J. L. GRAY, Owner Alhambra, California E. B. Piper, Auct., R. Long-, Clerk For further particulars, see Johnny Gray, Brooks, Iowa, R. F. D. QUAILS MUST BE FED OR FACE EXTINCTION The , severe sub-zero weather and the extreme heavy blanket of snow means certain death to every quail in Taylor county that is not being fed and cared for by farmers. The few pheasants a'nd other bird life also nearly face extinction. Farmers are urged to do everything within their power to feed and offer protection to quail. If some breeding stock can be carried thru in every township it will be a great help in starting to build up the quail population again. The fate of the quail rests entirely in the hands of the farmer. Farmers should remember that the quail Is his greatest helper in fighting insects. Animal food, chiefly Insects, composes nearly a sixth of the birds' subsistence.' From June to August, Inclusive, when insects are most numerous, their proportion in the food is about ?.6 percent.- The variety of insect food Is great and includes a number of the most destructive ^ oi Cultural pests. Among them may be mentioned the Colorado potato beetle, 12-spotted cucumber beetle, bean leaf beetle, squash ladybird, wireworms, May beetles, corn bill- bugs, clover leaf weevil, army worm, boll worm, cutworms, and chinch bug. The food habits of the bobwhite undoubtedly are beneficial and the bird should be maintained in numbers on every farm. By Harold Titus ':•--' •' j A swift, smashing adventure story of the woods and of a young man in a determined search for the man who wronged him when he was only a boy. Start'it now—you'll keep right on reading it until you have finished the last thrilling installment. FLAME m THE FOREST Begin.it this week and follow it-each week in the

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