Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on March 12, 1936 · Page 4
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THE LENOX TIME TABLR Thursday, March 12 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. I. G. Randels. Mrs. Evan Brannon will be as- jsistant hostess. The Woman's Relief Corps is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. G. A. Bryant. Hughes, Mrs. Eddie Quinn, Mrs. Ben Walter, Mrs. Harold Wynn, Miss. Ruth I/ron, contact'Selwwdl ot tmtmttai THURSDAY. woman, grave her report. A paper pn the state of Utah was givein by Mrs. S. F. Hufnagel. This was followed by a discussion by the club members. Tho News Outline was given Of Satame Chapter The School of hvstrwetton of Aberhathy. An article The Hand That Rocked Th _______ ......... . ........ _________ — Cradle, by Mrs. Fred Childs. Salome Chapter, Order of Bast- j Tho social hour was spent in ern Star, was held last Thurs- ' playing bridge, Mrs. Arlo Rich- day afternoon at the Masonic ard holding high score for the hall, with Mrs. AllA Young of afternoon. The Priscilla Circle is meeting this afternoon at Hotel Lenox, with Miss Winnie Haigler, Mrs. Lulu Haigler and Mrs. Blanche Crouch as hostesses. Miss Maxine Dunbar, Miss Norma Bush, Mrs. Marvin Bender, Mrs. Chas. Leach, Miss Lenore Dunbar, Miss Gladys Anderson, Mrs. Leo Ford, Miss Anna Turner, Mrs. Carl Shaw, Mrs. Frank Mahai'ry and Mrs. Harry Cheese. Girts were presented to the guest of honr. At the close of the. evening refreshments were served by the hostess. I **J A".**.'! * A VU AJlWAM&ill} HA»W l/Ai\* Mrs. George Gray, Miss Carrie se]ec t e d number was given by Laughlin, Miss Fanny ^ Wilson, Mrs _ j_ Wi Kilby. A few Interesting games of rook were played. Pot luck refreshments were served. The next meeting, March 25, will be with Mrs. Fred Hblben, las hostess. by Mrs. Fred Holben, and the Sharpsburg, ns Instructor. j Refreshments were served by Friday, March 13 Farewell Party A surprise party was held Friday evening, March 6, for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harden, who Shower for Bride Misses Mae and Ruth Kilby entertained at a shower for their niece, Mrs. Allison CeciT, nee Marjorie Kilby, Friday even- In the evening the ritualistic the hostess, assisted by Mrs work was put on, with Mr. and Fred Childs. Mrs. Frank Maharry as acting j Mrs. J. J. Walter will be hos- candidates. Mrs. Everett Ken- tess March 25. nedy was received into the I _ chapter by affiliation from the Dorcns society "C'orrlft fTli*ittrA /t1in»-\f AI* J _ - . Eagle Grove chapter. Mrs. O. E. Brlcker sang "Sta? of the East." ! Met at Hotel j The Dorcas society of the 01 me .Bast. i_ , , , , —. " — — Mrs. F. E. Holben presented ^'f byterlan church met at the Mrs. Young with a gift from the H °* el11Leno * Tuesda y afternoon With A/Trs R.nv TTpnrve IVTre Tnm chapter. Refreshments were served by the following committee: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walter, Mr. and ing, March 6. Bridge was play- j Mrs. O. P. Arnold, and Mrs. E. ed at four tables with Mrs. Ola Wright. Abbitt wnning high score prize, and Loleta Boltinghouse, the traveling prize. The bride re- are moving to the farm near ceived many useful gifts. Kent, vacated by Jas. Bowman.' Those present were: Mrs. L. rriuay, luarcn 16 ^^^», .^u,^^ >jj u«o. ^un^nm. j J.UU.-M; pieacui, weie. ivno. 4.1. t ess a t t ne regular meeting of Misses Ruth and Bernice Kil-! Following a potluck supper the j E. Harding, Mrs. Dorothy Me- the M. F. O. Club Wednesday af- f will entertain the L. F. G. j evening was spent with games j Kay, Mrs. Flora Donaldson, Mrs. ternoon. Fourteen members ub at their home tonight. Roll and in visiting. Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Estel, Mrs. Ola Abbitt, were pre sent Invited guests M. F. O. Club Meeting Mrs. Claude Dixon was hos- ~~ — -• " ~* tess at the regular meeting of f arch 28 > ancl the assisting hos- _ _ _ . _ ° T.PSS will ho n/Tirc inr r< T n™,!r. with Mrs. Roy Heaps, Mrs. Tom 'Lockhart and Mrs. Randall Haynes as hostesses. Fourteen members and three guests, Mrs. J. C. Pearson, Mrs. Louis Hewitt and Mrs. Flora Donaldson, were present. Devotionals were led by Mrs. Clarence Olson. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. B. F. Wurster Potts,ire ity and*a ia$|ng the commun- B'poving to k farm near Creston. Following a basket supper, Mr. arid Mrs. Potts were presented with six teaspoons. v... by club at their home tonight. Roll call will be an Irish joke. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of (.ho M. E. church will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Cash. The Ladies Aid Society of Hie Harden were presented with purse of money. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hill and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jess liaggerty and family, Dorothy Simmons, Lola Eiluy, Mr. and Mrs. Loiinie Walter, Church of Christ will meet this Carmon Alexandra, Will Ani- afternoon with Mrs. John Keith: Miss Emma Grimm will be assisting hostess. Saturday, March 14 The Missionary Society of the Church of Christ will have a bake sale and lunch at the United Food Store today, beginning at noon. Coffee, doughnuts and pie will be served. Tuesday, March 17 Regular meeting of Salome Chapter, O. E. S.. at the Masonic hall. There will be fram and refreshments. a pro- Post ;Nuptal Shower Mrs. Dale Martindale, nee Lola Cheese, was honored with a post nuptial shower last Monday evening at the Hotel Lenox. Miss Genevieve Maharry was hostess. Miss Maxine Dunbar and Mrs. Ben Walter won prizes In the card games which formed the diversion of the evening. Guests were Mrs. J. G. Leek- liter, Mrs. Roy Nelson, Mrs. Jay brosc and Relclon, Mr. and Mrs Wcs Crouch and Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bennison. Cccil-Kilby Announcement Mi-, and Mrs. L. J. Kilby announce the marriage of their daughter Marjorie to Mr. Allison Cecil, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B Cecil of Anita, Iowa. The wedding took place February 29, at Maryville, Mo., the Rev. Clark officiating. Mjiss Kilby Is a graduate of the Lenox high school, and Mi- Mr. Cecil is employed by the State Highway Lenox. Commission in The young couple are at home in the O. L. Davis apartments. Meeting of M. F. C. Ladies Mrs. S. F. Hufnagel opened her home Wednesday afternoon to the regular meeting of the M. F. C. ladies. Twelve members were present, and respond ed to roll call with assigned roll call. Auction at the James Crouch home, 3 blocks west of Catholic Church, beginning at 1:30 SATURDAY, MARCH 14 FURNITURE, SEPARATOR, CORN SHELLER, OIL STOVE, OIL BURNER. BROODER and many other articles Crouch & Boltinghouse L. B. Anderson, Auct. Roy Long, Clerk "miMiiimmn attmnm: POWER The body is not fully automatic although at times it seems to be well able to take care of itself. However, each operation of the body is directed by the brain in some way. The brain does not necessarily tell the stomach to digest food but if brain stimulation is shut off from the stomach by pressure on ;nerves leading to the stomach, then the stomach will not digest food as it should. This brain stimulation is the power that drives each organ/of the body to do its work. • When one or more of the small bones in the back sflip slightly from place and press on nerves this brain stimulation is shut off The pressure can be removed by means of a Chiropractic adjustment. Such an adjustment is painless and takes little time but the result is very noticeable. The/Chiropractor uses only his hands in making an adjustment. To get well use Chiropractic; to be well use Chiropractic. X*ray and Neiirocalpmeter Service Dr E, R. Pennebaker CHIBOP^ACTOB z aiocka went Of Tejephooe Offlcfr-Ph.ne Mrs. W. J. Kilby, Mrs. L. J. Kil, by, Misses Lolcta Boltinghouse, (Kathleen Poindcxter, Veldeva i Vancicvplyuin. Helen Taylor, Gus- jic Taylor, Mildred Wilson, Edith IBruT.'in.s, Vera Kilby, Bernice Kilby, Luctln Whind, Lucilc Kil,by, Mary Kilby, the gue.it of honor, and the hostesses. Tlio.se who sent gifts but were unable to attend were: Mrs. Orval Walter, Mrs. E. E. Cashman, Misses lone Bare, Darleno Benson, Alfreda Reynolds, Lenore, Maxine and Olive Dunbar. Farewell Party A farewell surprise party and potluck supper was given Sunday night, March 1, for Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Herbst, who are moving to near Mercer Center. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moore, Delma and Pear Hill, Harold Hill and famiy, Mr and Mrs. L. N. Walter and family, Mrs. Ray Heggens and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Haggerty and family, Dorothy Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Wes Crouch and Glen. Chapter FW P. E. O. Mrs. W. C. Lewis was hostess at the regular meeting of Chap ter FW, P. E. O., Thursday evening, March 5. Eleven members were present and responded to roll call with an original "Bevieve It or Not." Election of officers resulted a& follows: President, Mrs. Pau Davis; vice president, Mrs. eBn Walter; recording secretary Mrs. Rollie Bender; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Roland Walter; treasurer, Mrs. H. C. Dougan; chaplain, Mrs. M. J. Sluss; guard, 'Mrs. Donald Tyler. . The next meeting will be March '19 at the home of Mrs Donald Tyler. Annette Newcomer Missionary Meeting The meeting of the Annette Newcomer Missionary Society was held Friday afternoon, at the home of Miss Annola Toler. Eleven members were present. The subject for study was, "The Pearl of the • Caribbeans, or Puerto Rico." Miss Etta Shafer was leader and gave an interesting article on "Things We Need to Know About Puerto Rico." A Panel Discussion, "Understanding Puerto Rico," was presented by Mrs. M. C. Sanders; Mrs. Q. A. Bryant, Mrs. H. J. Day and Mrs. Mary Sweeley. A poem, "A Train Goes By," was read by Mrs. Mary Eckler. Mrs. I. G. Randels read a story, "A Puerto Rican Timothy." Miss Etta Shafer conducted a quiz on "What the Disciples of Christ Have Done in Puerto Rico." Meeting of Past Matrons Club Mrs. W. C. Lewis, assisted by Vlrs. J. H. Barber, entertained ;he Past Matrons club at the lome of the former, Monday afternoon. The program consisted of the reading of a paper, "Do Clothes Make the Woman," by Mrs. O. P. Arnold. A paper, "Nudists in Maryland," was read by Mrs. John Eberle. Several interesting games of bridge were played, with Mrs. K. R. Huff receiving the high score" prize. Mrs. John Eberle was winner of the traveling prize. Dainty refreshments were served by the hosteases, assisted by Mrs. Barker. tess will be Mrs. W. C. Lewis. Rosary Society Met Thursday The Rosary society of St. Pat- I J. AA\J j-i> \j4jQt A jr »3 WV^At try UJ. O U. JL cl b~" ^ ° ---~ ,. -** WUA »t A VAJ. uiii_.Aj. ,._,„ of a rick's church met at the home son Frank of Edinburg, and had "Spring Miracle" by Mrs. of Mrs. J. E. Cameron Thursday planned to return soon to Clear- were Mrs. Fred Cronkite and Mrs. Herman Holben. The program consisted paper, Floyd Boltinghouse; a vocal solo afternoon, March 5. After the "Drink To Me Only With Thine business meeting Father Mc- Eyc.s," by Mrs. J. A. Porter. Stay gave an interesting' talk A group of young folks from on the saints of the month, St. the school appeared on the pro- Joseph and St. Patrick, gram as follows: a violin solo. Guests of the afternoon were ''5th Air Varie," by Richard Father McStay, Mrs. aMry Ann Kimball, accmpanied at the Page, Mrs. Virginia Wilson and piano by Joan Clipson. John son Dickie. Clipson gave a humorous read- Assisting Mrs. Cameron during, "Resting Easily". ing the luncheon hour were Mrs. A piano solo, "Caprice Estag- Allie Wilson, Mrs. Walt O'Dell nol," by Moskow Skia, was given and Mrs. Grace Reimer. by Phyllis Copeland. j '42 was the diversion pf the will Celebrate social hour. Refreshments were soth Anniversary served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Recknor will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary Tuesday, March 17. They will have open house in the afternoon from 1:30 until 4:00. Clcarfield Events Obituary—Mrs. Fred Fosmire Emma Jane, daughter of G. P. and Mary Kroehler, was born in Appanoose, county, Iowa, on Oct. 1, 1875. She died at the lome of her son, Frank, of Edinburg, Texas, on Feb. 28, 1936. At the age of two years, she moved with her parents to Tayor county, Iowa, and later they moved to Adams county, where he was married to Fred Fosmire on March 20, 1895. When a young girl, she unite< vith the Congregational .church if Cromwell, and later; when hey moved to Clearfield, trans- erred to the Methodist church f Clearneld. She and her family moved to Mission, Texas, in 1918, and returned to Clearneld in 1932. She and her husband were spending the winter with their . J, Anderson is i n Mrs. Albert Allen of -n spent several days with her friend, Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Faye family have moved to es. This makes four of Mr. and Mrs. J. dolph living in the city Mrs. B. C. Heaton was to Sioux City, Thursday serious illness of her ' Mrs. Griffin. Latest r ^l were that she found her n?l better. ™-' The Lenox Time-W LENOX, IOWA VERLIN L. MARY E. Publishers Meeting of L. F. C. Ladies Mrs. W. H. Madden was hostess at the meeting of the Fortnightly club Wednesday afternoon. Thirteen members were present. Mrs. A. L. Barker was an invited guest. Mrs. Wainwright, the contact woman, gave a report. Entered as te-r, March 2, 1904 at thf office >in Lenox, Iowa u, ' act_of Congress'of March Subscrlptiorr~prke~~ta" $1.50 per year in advance' ?£? °?_ sl »te. $2.00 P 2? C £ , . six month If Surprise Party Members of the neighborhood .club to which Mr. and Mrs. A^paper, Major Bowes Ama-i Rob>t Potts oelond, carried out teur Hour, was given by Mrs. a surprise party in their honor Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, Fred Fosmire; two sons, George of Chico, Calif., and Frank of Edinburg, Texas; one daughter, Irene of Leavensworth, Kansas; one brother, Frank Kroehler of Minneapolis,, M Minn. There are five grand- H children. " Funeral services were held at the Kreidler funeral home, on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quinn and son of Lenox, have moved to the old Watters home one block west of Main street. They purchased this John Bassinger. a carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kleckner are the parents of a son, William Earl, born Tuesday, March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Nelson of Des a son known as James Dean. E. O. McCreight held a closing f out sale at the farm Tuesday. MARCH 12, ™ ependaUe ervice AT Moore's ALWAYS Send your laundry to! us and see how del pendable the service} property from § really is! Every bun- Mr. Quinn is i die washed individu-J I ally—fine linens given] expert handling. Moore's laundr)! .. a,nu ivxrs. r/imu iseison 01 H '» Moines are the parents of ii Mond ays, Wednesdays and n, born Feb. 12. He will be iii Fridays,. „ _ g BUI Dey Ermand, Agent Telephone 96 EASTER is but four weeks away. Don't put off, until the last minute, getting your permanent wave. We are featuring the Duart Permanent. Reset with every $5 Permanent. THELMA'S Beauty Shop Phone 19 Public REA I will sell at public sale on March 939 at 2 o'clcok P. M., in front of Residence on said premises the following desmbed farm located in Taylor County, Iowa, and debited a": ARE YOU SERIOUS? FT WOULD ACTUALLY COST LESSTHANICE? P—• ABSOLUTELY! THE " WITH THE"METER~ ISER"SAVES ENOUGH ON ICE JWD FOOD BILLS TO MY FOR ITSELF, AND PAY YOU A PROFIT, BESIDES/ FRIGIDAIRE IOWA SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Fifth Principal Meridian, This farm is located about five miles southw^e* t T miles northeast of Sharpsburg. southwes t of Lenox and about four This farm lays well and is in a good stat* nf „„!*• *• producing farm. Well improved ?arm%iv CUltlVat ' on and is » * ood frame barn 24 x 36 with shed on threeridw.VTfL W ° St ° ry h ° USe; 56; corn crib 24 x 32 with cement floor and% 1 1? X 36 and shed U * and other out buildings. ° r and fo »ndation; granary 14 x 16; Three-quarter mile from rural school. This will ™i farm home. nis WU1 m ake some one a fine TERMS OF SALE: 20% cash on dav of sa l P i , Referee's deed, abstract of title will h • Ce May l > 1936 » when as of March 1,1936 subject to leaso «„ 81V - en< Posessi °n will be given aoe °' 1 premises. Richard Campbell O/~\T YTI T*-»-^«-. i ^^ SOLE REFEREE James R. Locke ATTORNEY Piper & Beemer AUCTIONEERS

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