Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on February 20, 1936 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, February 20, 1936
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LENOX, IDCIETO Waltcr-Wyant Wedding Miss Juanita Mae Wyan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hug B. Wyant, and Mr. Glenndon R Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. A A. Walter, were united in mar rlage at the home of the bride' parentSf February 15, at 6 o' clock. The Rev. W. A. Thomp son officiated, using the single ring ceremony. While Mrs. Paul Wilson, aun of the bride, played the Brida Chorus from Lohengrin, the bride and groom, attended by Mr. and Mrs. Tipton Lucas, took their places in front of the floral decorations. The bride wore an olive green crepe dress with a corsage of gardenias. The matron of honor wore a rust crepe dress with a corsage of talisman roses. The bridegrooitf- and best man wore Following the ceremony a two course supper was served by the Misses HSIen v C6chran, Miriam Wood, Dallas Wyant and Patricia Wood, cousins of the bride. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Walter, Homer Walter and Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Walter, all of Lenox, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Waddell, Wilma and Phyllis, of Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Wyant and Helen of Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. L. Banks Wood, Patricia, Paul and Bonnie Lee, Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Wood, Mr. and Mrs. G,' A. Wyant, Dallas and Mary Ann, Miss Miriam Wood, Miss Helen Cochran and Harley Austin, all of Clearfield, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bentley of Des Moines, the bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wyant. After Miss Mildred Wilson was an invited guest. Miss Ruth Kilby read a paper, "Life of Washington", and ''Review of Poems" was given by Miss Edith Barrans. Roll call was favorite riddles. Three tables of bridge were home of hei? mother, Mrs. B. H. Clayton, to the G. V. Club. Eleven members were present and responded to roll call with current events. Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand, contact woman, gave a two minute talk on "What Does Federation Membership Oifor to Clubs." Mrs. Russell Key read an article on the Black Hills of South Dakota. Guests of the hostess were Mrs. W. E. Richard, Mrs. H. A. Stephenson, Mrs. Ben Walter, played, with Mrs Glee Polndex-| Mrjs . Uoy N ' elson> Mrs . O. P. Arter receiving high score. A dainty heart shaped lunch was served by the hostesses. G. V. C. Party The G. V. C. ladies held a pot- uck dinner and bridge party for the men at the O. E. Bricker home Monday evening. Five ables were arranged for bridge play and O. E. Bricker held high core for the men and Roland Walter second high. For the women Mrs. Donald Tyler held high score and Miss Anna Tur- nold. I!ridge was played during the sochil hour with Mrs. Nellie Bryant holding high club score. Mrs. H. A. Stephenson received the guest prize. Mrs. K. U. Parker will be hostess at the next meeting on Feb. an attractive frock of green lace and also carried a Bible. "I Love You Truly" was sung by Mrs. Helen Naynor, with accompaniment by Mrs. Lane. A reception followed at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Estes Crosby, which was attended by a number of relatives and friends. Both Mr. and Mrs. Gates are well known in Loveland as both were graduated from Loveland LIFE STORY OF VERA ROGERS WEATHERMAN Vera Margaret, youngest daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Rogers, was born near Lenox, Iowa, February 28, 1908, and died Feb. 14, 1936, at her home in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 27 years, 11 months and 14 days. She was graduated from the j Lenox high school in 1925. That M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday Sdhool, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. It has been determined that fall she entered the nurse's | while the fuel situation is so , high school, where they were I training school at Creston and serious in Lenox that only one mq1 , > ' ! . . • fuel. Protestant Union will be held .next Sunday ing in the Methodist church the usual hour. The r Schools will also join in the ion of their services. Let u< be willing in these times T practice tolerance and f or hJ' ance in love. at ' CONCERNING THE COlTtv, TION: it would relieve the!,? uation very much if the nuT' bers of the congregation 25. prominent in school activities. The bride, who is a talented reader, is assistant librarian at the Public Library, and expects to continue with her work. Mr. Gates, who is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Gates, is stationed with the U. S. Army at Fort Warren. The young couple have taken March first 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter will 'make 1 ' their home with Homer Walter. JL. F. G. Club ;, , , i Met Friday >•'••••• ;••.::• The Misses Leiiore' andi. Max- Ine Dunbar were hostesses > to the L. P. G. Club attheir"home' last Friday night; er second high. W. C. Lewis eceived the traveling prize for he men and the traveling prize or the ladies went to Mrs. W. Dey Ermand. Lenox Fortnightly Club Meeting Mrs. J. H. Barber was hostess to the Fortnightly Club Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 12. Nine members were present and Mrs. Albert Cless of Des Moines was a guest of the club. Roll call was answered with sweetheart verses. Mrs. J. H. Barber, vice president, had charge of the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. J. J. Walter. ' Mrs. J. W. Walter gave an interesting review of the article, "Schoolhouse In the Foothills" by Miss Endslow. The social hour was spent in playing bridge and Mrs. Fred Abernathy held high club score. Refreshments :were served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs.'Rollie Bender. 'The next meeting will be with 'Mrs.'ljloyd Davis. Meeting of G.^.CInb ••'< Mrs. Herman Holben was hos- : •' tess Friday afternoon ; at the Priscilla Circle Meeting Mrs. J. W. Walter opened her home Thursday afternoon to the regular meeting of the Priscilla Circle of the Methodist church. The program consisted of a Valentine contest. Twelve members were present and a sack lunch was served. Christmas Wedding The following clipping was handed us this week by Miss Ida Grim: an apartment Washington. at Third and — Phone or bring your want ads to the Time Table. "* **•""" o "w»-w* M.W v* \,tj vw-ii VVAJ.U. KfV.Ji J.VSIUJ J.J.A A-IC11UA 1>1 lCV I/ CJiliy UIlC w* o HfVll t 41i 4. graduated from there in 1928. ' of the Prostestant churches will JX™!; J 0 ^ ,, ° ns TVi <3oi-it.orviV.of 10OO olio iiiovif t^i n»™« „„„!, n j mi-_ , UiedbUlBl OJ. WIG CnUFpV In September 1929, she went to Chicago, 111., and was a supervisor in the Passavant hospital for 3 years. While in Chicago she was married to Dr. Harold Weatherman on May 31, 1931. Late'r she and her. husband went to California, where they made open each Sunday. The services ™ek f they do B T SlSiiT *^«« S- ->?: ^7 chur=hTer»Lr church get cal officers and pastor of the church in which the services are held. This Sunday the services will be held in the Methodist church. There will be Sunday School! classes for all ages. The ser- their home for 3 years. In 1935 j mon at the morning worshi fV*£nr mt\imri frw Qnl4- T nlm /"H4-i» . ... _ ° ..w*^**^ they moved to Salt Lake their present home. At the age of 10 years cifc y» service will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Knotter, pastor of the she Town Council Proceedings Lenox, 1936. Iowa, February 4th, (united with the Methodist church of which she has remained a member. ' She is survived by her husband, father and mother, four brothers, Ernest of Prescott, Alpha of Lenox, Robert of Leon, and Orville of Hamburg; .two sisters, Mrs. Mary McGregor and Mrs. Faye Hockett, both of Prescott. A brother, Ray, and Regular meeting of the Town Presbyterian church. Following the union young people's meeting, in the evening, the service will be held at which time the Rev. Randels, pastor of the Church of Christ, will preach. Everyone is extended a cordial invitation to attend these services. Many a church member made themselves conspicuous last One of the lovliest weddings ! Council was held on above date of the Christmas season took vvith Mayor Cassill and the fol- place on New Year's day at 4:30 lowing Councilmen present: Eb- o'clock at the United Brethern i erle, Madden, Nelson, Preston church when Miss Zethyl Crosby became the bride of Regin- and Tyler. Minutes of the last regular aid S. Gates. Yuletide green- meeting and intervening meet- p re5 " cott " ery and trees, bewitching with ling were read and approved, af-i tne Lenox cemeterv' myriads of gay colored lights, j ter which the Finance Commit- and two candelabra with seven tee audited and approved the tall white tapers formed the ! following bills,: background for the bridal party,' a sister, Effie, preceded her in; Sunday—by their absence.—T. death. Ray died in 1919 at the age of 28; Effie, the wife of Van Gibson, died in 1920. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Feb. 18, from the Arnold funeral home in Lenox by the Rev. R. V. Felt of Burial was made in which appeared to the strains of the Mendelssohn wedding march played by MrsJ Harley Lane. The Rev. L. R. Rousse- low officiated. Miss Geraldine Crosby, sister of the bride, and Willard Gates, brother of the'groom, were attendants. The bride, who was given.. in marriage toy heir uncle, Homer Crosby, was lovely, in a gown of white crepe with trimming Of 'ostrich fur, and carried a white Bible. Her sister wore Consolidated General Fund John Krohmer, shoveling snow $ 12.25 Munlc Light Pit, city hall Its & lamps 8.35 M Parrott & Sons, supplies . 15.70 C. B. Cassill, mayor's salary ;. • ; 12.50 Fred Manroe, shov snow 13.50 Chris Hetz; shov snow ..; Roy Leedom, shov snow Milt Johnson, shov snow . Roy W.elch, shov snow ., L. Salisbury, shov snow 8.75 IOWA LAW INTENDED TO PROTECT PUBLIC AGAINST POOR SEED Provisions of the Iowa seed law, if known and observed by dealers and farmers, will prevent sale of a low quality product under the guise of good seed, County Agent Robert M. Davie, said this week. Because of the scarcity of good seed corn this year farm- 1.25 5.75 NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES • •• VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE • • • FULL-FLOATING REAR AXLE | make Chevrolet the world's greatest truck value The trnck -with the greatest the entire low-price range . . . the safest, truck that money can buy . . . and the most economical truck fur all-round duty—that's the new 1936 Chevrolet! Se^ these new Chevrolet trucks—minject them to any •and every competitive test—and you will know that they're the world's thriftiest high-powered trucks and therefore the World's greatest values! CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DtTROIT, MICH. NEW PWUTECTED BT9BAVUC BRAKE! always equalised for quick, •newel-ring, "straight line" stops H I6H-COMMIE«MON VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE with increased horsepower, Sncrea8 *d torque, greater economy hi gas and oil NEW TRIMME DEUJXECAB8 with clear-Vision instrument pane) for safe control' NEW MONEY-SAVING r G.M.A.C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN Q Compare Chanla'i low Miveral price* and " law munlkly payment*. Claud Reynolds, shov snow ...... . ........ . NorrlS'Bunn, shov snow J C Jearson, salary, dogs, exp ............. 62.00 Lenox Time Table, publ proc . ........... 13.62 Mary E. orr, care rest xoom ................. 2.50 Howkeye Lbr Co, supplies .............. 20i38' Joe Probasco, salary ____ 70.00 J V Wynn, labor, parts . . 29.96 Empl Mutual Cas Co, ins prem ... .............. 35.93 Water Fund J V Wynn, labor, parts . . 26.43 Empl Mut Cas Co, ins prem . . . .............. 22.26 Gamble Store, supplies Munic Light Pit, pumping ............. 23.80 H C Smith, supplies .... 3.00 Leland Graham, labor . . 4.00 Eclipse Lbr Co, supplies 2.65 L B Carruthers, salary, expense ....... i ....... 142.31 Hawkeye Lbr Co, supplies .............. 7.65 Western Tel Co, phone, tolls ... ............... Buffalo Meter Co, repairs Wilson Concrete Co, culverts .............. Baker Mfg Co, repairs . . Consolidated Light Munic Lt Plant, st Its & lamps:, ............. 155.98 Fire Fund Emp Mut Casl Co, ins prem .... .......... ?.. 86.25 Funding 1 Bond Fund First National" Bank, int on warrant ........ . 2.27 Light Fund H L Robertson, interest 15.00 First Natl BkrCreston, interest ; . . . ......... . a.OO Mrs B E Shannon, Interest 1.25 • ers and dealers should be on the 7 - 50 guard against poor seed,' he i- 25 said. Buyers should insist on 1-25; see ci being properly labeled and should read the label carefully before buying.. * ' , ' - ; According to information 're- K/ BIBLE READING. The long, cold winter evenings is a splendid time to get acquainted with the Bible. All biblical scholars agree that there is only one way to know the Bible. That is by reading it. Keep track of the number of chapters read and report to the Sunday School teacher or to the pastor if you do not attend Sunday School. READ AT LEAST ONE CHAPTER EACH DAY IN THE BIBLE. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Key. W. A. Thompson During this coal scarcity the churches of Leno'x are trying to do their, pjirti jti.cqriseryihg the •.i..'i-r ! ; "•'••• Cl - •••••"-' > •''.- '- ceived by Mr. Davie from R. H. Porter, extension plant pathologist, in charge of the seed laboratory at Iowa State College, the seed law specifically states that all agricultural seed offered for sale, advertised for sale or delivered by a common carrier must bear a label giving: 1. Variety of 'seed; 2. Approximate percentage by weight of purity; 3. Approximate total percentage of weight of weed seeds; 4. Name of each kind of noxious weed present; and, 5. Approximate percentage of germination together with month and year 3.67 , seed was tested and grown. Seed ' corn, alfalfa and clover of any kind must be labeled with the name of the county and state where grown. Farmers who offer or expose any kind of seed for sale at auctions or in Farm Bureau offices are subject to the provisions of the seed law. .-•'The ifalhteers 'of ;! ttie Corn'Belt •will.-.:, be'n'en"t' J by 1 <th'e reciprocal trade:' lagr'eerneht- with Cahaday in :the [bjjftbloin oif Prof. CX. B: Jes-' ness df 'tjtie University of- Minnesota* -wKo^'s'pok**!- 1 to : Farm 3irld bers coming to town duti nt week are asked to take care' their church obligations at home of the treasurer, pastor will appreciate the eration of the church in most important matter. ;o tfc each in to mem- the the thi can Protestant Union Services Bible School, 10 a.m .Preachin, 11 a.m., 7:30p m Y.P.C.U., 6:30 p.m. THE PREACHER SAYS: Th is the coldest winter I member, "it was almost cold the year the hogs et little brother." ^ The Lenox Time-Mi Tro JLENOX, IOWA VERLIN L. SWEELEV MARY E. SWEELEY Publishers Entered as second class mat 1& Ma rch 2, 1904, at the S * ce .!? Lenc «, Iowa, under Z act of Congress of March 3, ] .Subscription price in Iowa $1.50 per year in advance; out side of state, $2.00 per year £ Six month price K half of foregoing. Single copfe •• ^* 5 cents. THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1936 win ........... limn ......... i IIIH.U Dependable Service ;,-:, ATv... • i::- /M a'tfd Hom.e i Week Visitors- at Iowa State, polle'ge.-'-'- 5 ; January-1! Tdwa had 6.7 percent of her cattle under test for Bang's disease. Approximately one-half of all the farm property in the United States, is insured in farmers' mutual insurance companies. Germany's cattle numbers are smaller than in any year since 1930. But demand from that country for meat is not expected to increase materially. oreis ; i".your laundry to usuaittl i&<5 how 1 dependable the service really is! Every,bundle washed individually—fine linens given expert handling. Moore's Laundry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bill Dey Ermand; Agent Telephone 96 11.56 17.12 3.05 30.00 30.00 75.00 45.00 A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE FULL-FLOATINO BEAB AXLE with barrel type wheel bearing! on l}£-ton model* NEW 1936 CHEVROLET TRUCKS Miller Chevrolet Company . . ; ' •••• , ' Lenox, Iowa ,•••'•. •• •-- Fidelity Say Bk, interest A C Kuyper, interest ---Valley Svgs Bk,: interest . Fidelity Svgs Bk, interest Peoples Tr & Sav Bk, interest .............. 15i.OO Central Ntl Bk & Tr Co, interest .............. 24Q.OO Ballard-Hassett Co, Interest .............. 60.00 B L Stoaks, salary ...... 25.00 First Natl Bk Chicago, Interest .............. 50.00 Jallard-Hassett Co, interest .............. 48.00 Ballard-Hassett Co, interest .............. 300.00 Ballard-Hassett Co, . tatefrest .............. 15.00 Commerc State Bk, Interest . ........ . ____ 15.00 R L Stoaks, salary ...... 25.00 Wm Severn, salary 90.00 F E Strunce, salary 100.00 Munic Lt Pit, expenses . 2.10 C V Haynes, drayage 60 Reimer Oil Co, gas, supl 3.12 Munic Water Wks, water 14.74 Western Tel Co, phone, tolls 5.52 Eclipse Lbr Co, supplies . 1.84 Hawkeye Lbr Co, (Supplies 1.94 Master Elec Co, supplies American Surety Co, bond prem Graybar. Elec Co, lamps Line Material Co, globes .52 5.00 8.53 14.99 1.16 Amer Elec Co, supplies Emp Mut Cas Co, Ins prem ............. 82.00 It was moved, "seconded arid passed that bills be allowed as read and warrants drawn tor same. Moved by Tyler and seconded by Preston that Jay Hughes be changed from Trustee of Water Plant to Trustee of Electric Light Plant. The roll was called oh the above motion and the following vote recorded: YEA: Eberle, Madden, Nelson, Preston, Tyler. NAYS: None. It was moved by Preston and seconded by Eberle that Council adjourn to meet Friday, February 7th, at 8:00 P. M. Motion carried. C. B. CASJ3ILL, Jitayor Clerk Posture and Health Faulty posture is .often due to mechanical conditions of the body which can be corrected only;at the hands of the osteopathic physfcian When the corrections have been made? the at- tamment and maintenance of correct posture is largely a matter of cooperation Correct posture is essential, to correct function A ner son with exaggerated curves of the sphie is lia- ' ViS e 3 con- condition circulation naturally isYmpaired downward and crowd y erated. time but sooner or the body will be hijured I »* witt be manifested SdcS? ** mtul ' ackache ls a (lon * <)f of then of the most as the needs of h the first to em J- 001 of Practice was the body machine as a ± ht F hysical * «<*» * but it does not f»if * S eral cause °f disease, inaction, LffjfiS^ JSf ^ dietary err as contributing ^d ^l^l^^^wentar strain tors. * ana sometimes causative lac- • M- J- Sluss f S3 LENOX. IOWA J

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