Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on March 19, 1936 · Page 7
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kr•'•"'.''" ,.X"Ti'7J ^Sr, F .'MM. IT X9K3M H!"T turned to Sunday. school work Lottie Lust and Mrs I ot TarW6 ? Mb lo Lenox Thursday en to Des Moines. ,They were Allied to Des .Moines on by Mrs. W. H. Madden at the home of he Mrs. Karl McCul hey returned to Lenox afternoon. Janice Dougan, student jjyville college, spent the ^ end with her parents, Mr. | Mrs. H. C .Dougan. and Mrs| Robey of near a y, moved into the Nea! rty in the south part of £ last week, [r. and Mrs. Byron Keith of sena have moved to Lenox will make their home with Keith's mother, Mrs. Faith H. Madden went to Des ,ies Sunday, where he was Attendance at a stockholders' tting of the Briardale stores |ng Monday, Tuesday and nesday. Irs. E. R. Pennebaker spent ["Thursday in Sharpsburg at (home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- fennebaker. Wm. Bolte, Mrs. John jner and Mrs. Tom Lock- It were in Creston Monday-. b. and Mrs. E. R. Penne- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lockhart and family and Mrs. Wm. Bolte ,and Roy Bolte visited at the E baker and family spent Sunday '%?f Brt ' home ta H »nc°ck last otrarrlno <». rt*—~t^..~ • ••' ,OUnQay. evening in Corning. Sunday. Miss Ginger Webb — - — •» VWlhM^Vf M*W>J Wednesday morning, to visit with Mrs. Armstrong's son. Lafe Paymal of Omaha was in Lenox Monday on business. end with Rev. and Mrs. I. Q. Randels went to Des Moines to attend Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Speck tne Monday Iowa Ministerial of Des Moines came Saturday to institute, which is in session at spend a few days with relatives tfae - University church Monday and friends. , Tuesday and Wednesday of this Attorney Ralph C. Jones went wee ' k> to Washington, Iowa, Saturday - Mrs> Branch - Toland went to to spend a few days with his es Moines Monday for a few fn***11*. rfflV.C viclf TrHfT^ U-_ ^ _ _ . . ketball tournament. Mrs. Bender, formerly Miss Marcia Barber, taught in the school at Mallard and was coach of the girls team that is playing in the state tournament. Claude Carter, Wlllard Boyer, Horton Lee and Clyde Whipple helped move R. J. Harden's household goods up to Harold Welch's where he is them for the present. storing family. The following days visit with' her Mrs. Wesley Gamble. daughter, ^ and^s.T H. sTpheni M f S ' «<**>*** ™nt to Des son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Key, ^^15!^^°"^ '" * **" and Mrs| Herman Holben, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Walter, and Mrs. L. N. Walter. The annual congregational meeting will be held at the r'eturneThomP Itringtown church, Monday ev- retuined home J. P. Recknor and Mrs. George Ferguson were called to y the The Miller Chevrolet company reports the sale of a new l»/ 2 ;on truck to the Eclipse Lum- Jer Co., and a new town sedan to Jasper Perkins of Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rogers, with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayes as their guests, were in Des Moines Tuesday attending a convention of Zenith Radio and Leonard Refrigerator dealers. Prizes were given to the dealers and Mrs. Hayes won a beautiful manicure set. A report received from the state hygienic laboratories at Iowa City states that a sample of Lenox city water received there March 9, was found to be entirely satisfactory. Samples are sent in each month for test- " Twenty-five' additional" j u Were drawl! for this tetbi „ court, -among them frorh hefe were, Veneta Grant, Pearl Stephenson and R. H. Morey. The Tarkio Men's Glee Club will pay a visit to the united Presbyterian church this Wednesday evening. The glee club consists of twenty members, among them a home boy, Victor Brown. Lester Owens has accepted a position as bookkeeper for a garage and oil company at Waukon, Iowa. As soon as Mrs. Owens is able to leave the state university in Iowa City, she will be taken to their new home. We wish them all the success in treir new home. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Owens . and Pantry ous condition of his tfrs. IHred Pantry. Clearfield Events Mr. and Mrs. Roland Brunei- arid daughter of Des Moine.s .spent Friday with his parents, called on ' Mr ' and Mrs. Daniel Brunei. On er $1.00 Worth of OLD RELIABLE ACME j Sow's Milk and Pasture (no corn) feeds each pig all > ACME he will eat until—3—months of age, weans all ,s with the. sow at—8—weeks, retains the BABY PIG _T, prevents the RUNTS and SET-BACKS. Pigs fed ACME cigh 65 to 90 lbs. at—3—months. The BEST and CHEAPEST Ration You Ever Fed —To Raise Good Chicks— FEED ACME CHICK STARTER; IT'S BEST uy ACME FEEDS, Pay When Your Hogs Go to Market For sale by JL HAWK CRESTON, IOWA hospital in Cres._ ton. last Thursday afternoon. j Mi-, and Mrs. J. A. Porter and Julia Frances spent a short ; time Sunday afternoon with Mrs. John Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Witter of Ames came Friday to spend a few days with his mother Mrs. Stella Witter. ••.r ,-, T T ~ .. — iviio. UOCilO, VVlUl/ei. ^I'JL^. Wels , a H he _ Greater _. E . ldred Witter of Barttlesville, Mrs. Faith Reed Crouch exchanged GIVE THEM lUE BEST JERMITE A Health Tonic & Vitality Builder K: FOR POULTRY BLUY SPRAY rthe relief and control of folds. A disinfectant and Anticeptic WURMITE To be used against certain worms. An intestinal cleanser SPECIAL TRIAL OFFER •Bottle Each of JERMITE, BLU V SPRAY and WURMITE ^ Enough for Thirty-Five Chicks Three Bottles Regular 75c Value With this Ad Qfwi While They Last THREE WAY PROTECTION 5 the above under our guarantee. Test each product, Quart 75c Gallon $2.50 For Sale By ler Pharmacy, Lenox Tim Lake Products. Inc., Des Moines, Iowa Community hospital in Creston. and Jim properties j last week. The move was made jthe last of the week. What Your Darling Child Really Thinks of You. An illuminating article by the well- known psychologist, Dr. Donald Laird in The American Weekly, the. magazine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. The Dorcas Society of the Presbyterian church will hold a food sale at the; United Store, Saturday/March 21. ,, The Dixori Motor Co. reports .jhejsale of new Ford V-8 cars to (jJeorge Krohmer and Dale iReiiner; and a new pick-up to M?rle Johnson. !'Milt,Johnson left Tuesday for California, whdre he has employment. His family will follow when school closes. Okla., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Stella Witter. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brand and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brand went to St. Joseph, Mo., Saturday to visit on Sunday with their brother and uncle. Mrs. Lester Levi is taking care of the switchboard in their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and grandson of Clarinda spent Friday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Pete Horton. The Harry Lyddon family moved from a farm south of Benton, Friday, to the property owned by Sadie Bender in east Clearfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvis of Maryville, Mo., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Jarvis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodman spent Sunday with his father, Albert Goodman, southeast of Clearfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Duey and family have moved to the Trfou n nn *~r<~ i, j ana Iamu y «ave moved to the Walt Goodwin has moved Grace Card farm while Grace from Corning and Is living in the has moved into the former El- Bivens house across the street'vira Hartman property, east of from the park, which he pur- Main street, chased a few weeks ago. Mrs. Goodwin died March 1 and funeral services were held at Baptist church in Corning. Wendell Fleming, who has been working in the United Store at Leon, has been transferred to the United Store at Audubon. Wendell spent Wednesday in Lenox and will begin work today at Audubon. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hurley visited from Saturday to Wednesday at Winterset at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurley. As their car gave them some trouble Mrs. ley brought them Ralph Hur- home and PNISTRATOR'S SALE 'nldinr, . at his late residence located 5 miles east "Center ° f Corning on graveled road; % mile north of TUESDAY, MARCH 24 commencing at 11:30 8—HEAD OF HORSES—8 t, 1800 lbs., 10 years old; Bay mare, wt. 1750, 8 yrs. <> wt. 1350, 5 yrs. old, in foal, service fee paid, sound; 1 vrs. old, a good work mare; Coming yearling mule, better; Fine saddle mare, 9 yrs. old; Suckling sad--.., out of Humbert's saddle horse; Grey horse, wt. to of A 03 —HEAD OF FALL PIGS—103 ad w»,£l!* plffs ' chol era immune, weight average 140 lbs; and *"• weight average 60 lbs. IS—HEAD OF CATTLE—15 . ,-'s. old, been fresh about a month; White face cow, ;> £ ye ar old Koan heifei . t giving milk now; 2 year old * neifer, giving milk; White face yearling heifer; Heifer conT'^o 0 , 111 J 81101 "* 110 " 1 heifers; 2-year-old Holstein heif- "•», * stiorthorn steer calves. 23—HEAD OF SHEEP—23 S£ HINERY an d MISCELLANEOUS ^ormick-Deering tractor; McCormick-Deering threshing J er; McCormick-Deering clover seed reclean- stacker; McCormick-Deering 8 roll shred- then went on to Clearfleld to visit at the L. H. Andrews home. Mrs. Rollie Bender left today for Des Moines where she will attend the girls state bas- Helen Lou Horton of near Bedford is visiting at the home 'of her brother, Pete Horton and family. Mrs. Jennie Jamison will soon be back in her own home. She has spent the greater part of the whiter with her son, Tom, in Redding. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Elaine are moving into her house and will care for Mrs. Jamison. Fred Fosmire held a closing out sale at his residence Saturday, of household goods. He expects to return to Edinburgh, Texas, as soon as convenient to make his home with his son, Frank, and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Steward, Edgar and Melba, spent Sunday afternoon with relatives in Mt have moved to their new home neth Kent, where they will be near neighbors to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beatty. Mrs. Bertie Pointer has returned to her home in Detroit, Mich., after an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Jesse Clayton and her brothers and sisters. Verl Johnson and family have moved to the Ed Lourie farm two miles east of town, from the Diagonal vicinity. L. M. Hadden of Exira, Iowa was a visitor in Clearfleld last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bladon are at the home of Mrs. Catherine Sherwood, taking care of her. Mrs. Sherwood fell some time ago and broke her hip. Taken to Hospital On last Monday M. Z. Bailey was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City for a kidney disorder. His son, Rolley, and Will Huss took him in the car. Latest reports are that he is not getting along so very well. The family were called to Iowa City Friday night. Library Election The library board had a meeting and an election of officers. President, Mrs. Hazel Conaway; vice president, Mrs. Viola Nickle; secretary, Mrs. Alice Clark; treasurer, Mrs. Iva Parslow. Mrs: Dennis Died Mrs. Barbara Dennis, aged 89, died at her home in Blockton after a short illness. The funeral was held in Blockton Wednesday afternoon). She leaves, to mourn her going, one daughter, Mrs. Lou Stamper of Clearfield three sons, Glen at home, Gary of St. Joseuh, Mo., and Virgil of Colorado. A number of grandchildren and a host of other-relatives and friends also survive. • " ' • School Election Last Monday was annual school election, the result being that the two sitting members were reeletced by a large margin. The result was as follows: Eugene Baxter, 163; AUie Cowell, 153; Mrs. Hazel Conaway, 104; Mrs. Belle Anderson, 3 and Ed Vogel, 1. For treasurer, the incumbent, L. E. Hartman, 202; McKelvey, 5; and L. H. Andrews, 1. J 1 — . . r - --^J Til ji-ll jvide'fiie.'chinch 1 /idles Into four groups, ' each : potip to raise money. This report is to be "in by the M4y meeting 'Mrs. &iC.,Skinner was chairman of the program committee and conducted the devotlonals. The program was as follows; Poem, The Touch of the Master's Hand, Mrs. E. C. Skinner, ' A Little Gift from Ireland. Mrs. Andy Nelson. Irish Customs, Mrs. R. E. Spurrier. Jane Adams, Mrs. J. D. aBr- rans. Vegetable and potato games were enjoyed very much by all. Refreshments of cocoa rolls, whipped cream and coffee were served by the committee, Mesdames Skinner, Andy Nelssn, R.> E. Spurrier and J. D. Barrans. The Social Union of the United Presbyterian church will hold their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. John Mosier Fri- I day afternoon at 2 o'clock. A good attendance is desired as this is election of officers and other business is to be brought up. Mr. and Mrs. Addie Routh are the proud parents of a daughter, born Sunday morning, March 15. This is the first daughter, although they have four boys. Clarence Miller is quite ill at his home in east Clearfteld. Annual Music Contest The annual music contest will be held in the Clearfleld gym- j nasium, Monday, March 16, at' 8 p. m. The program follows: ' Orchestra j Waltz in A, Brahms j Turkish March, Beethoven Country Gardens. Gainger Boys Glee Club The Cossacks, Norman Indian Camp Fires, Turner Trumpet Solo—Morton Crew Bride of the Waves, Clarke Girls Quartet Little Bluebird of My Heart, Grey Brass Group Roses of Picardy, Wood Soprano Solo—Doris Baxter Were My Song With Wings Provided, Hohn The Harp of Delight, Harris String Group .. Intermezzo, Mascagni Where My Caravan Has Rested, Lphr Girls Sextet Love's a Merchant, Carew. Little Papoose on the Wind- Swung Bough, Cadman The Star, Rogers I Tuba Solo—Jack Palmer Springs Awakening, Bach Girls Glee Club 1 '; Indian Dawn, JSajnilcnih, A May Mornfiig;; ftenzsi Clarinet Solo— Mary Elizabeth -" ' '• Shower of Gold, Bouillon Boys Quartet At the End of thfe CbbblestbneV Road, BpUrke . <•• .• i A Song of the Rqaid, Protheroe Baritone Horn Sol«r, C. L. LyddOit The Wanderer, Hailow Band Indiana Guards (March), Klefer Atilla (Overture), Karoly For the sixth time Mrs. Clara S. Ebern, 68, of , Davenport, la., became a bride when she married William I. Budd, 70. It was Mr. Budd's second marriage. In the same house in which he was born, at Coldwater, Mich., Leve Haynes, 85, died recently. WHAT DO YOUMEAN- I THEM'S A SURE WAY FOR ME TO GET THE RIGHT REFRIGERATOR? I MEAN JUST WHAT* ISAY/-BESUKE IT MEETS ALL 5 STANDARDS FOR ^REFRIGERATOR BUYING! IOWA SOOTBERN TOMES CO. Ayr and Benton. Grant Carson of Diagonal spent the weekenc with his parents, Mr. and Mrs O. L. Carson. n, T t Iewe to; !)£„ " w tt? «eere tractor plow; John Deere manure '«er rSL cu *"vator; Dump rake; Tower surface cultivator; » mfater; 1926 Buick 1926 -—• t dkVMW JUUAbCfc <3^>UC*.U ) AtTMU **1»*V«» JW»*/*fc™ **t* t ; Good single harness; 8 seed corn racks, hold f -- m window, 26x27 inches; 2 coal brooder stoves, leeaers; 30 bu. hog feeder; galvanized hog feeder; three 15-gal. drums; one 30- T 5-gal. measuring cans and oth- losing out sale. >and GRAIN some fodder; sack of seed corn. Lunch by Mercer Center Ladies Aid BROKAW, Admrs. - ' T .. •-'. ^i, -•!>',-.' :•' *v*" " *' •''. „*-••- .. '.•'• ./-,"' ' • . 7v ' " Public Sale of Household Goods I will sell at my home in the Will Shaw property one block north of the Lenox school house, SATURDAY MARCH 21 beginning at 1:30 Iron bed, mattress and spring; dresser; comode, 61-2x7 1-2 rug; dining table and 6 dining chairs; buffet; enamel top kitchen table just like new; library table; center table; Hotblast heating stove; kitchen table; some dishes; 7 1-2 doz. fruit jars; garden plow; wire stretcher; rakes; scoops; forks, and other tools; 1 25-gal. stone jar; set of work harness; and many other articles not above mentioned. Anyone having property to sell may do so at this sale TERMS CASH Mrs. George Henry Clerk Mrs. Herman Brown returned home from Des Moines Sunday, after an extended visit with her children in Des Moines. Her son, Elmo, and son-in-law, John Shoemaker, accompanied her home. The Annual Musical Concert will be held in the gymnasium Monday evening. The numbers to be used in the state contest will be given Monday night. Mrs. Myrtia Young was a Mt. Ayr visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sage and daughter Mildred were Mount Ayr visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lane, Marand daughter ion, Dorothy and Leo of Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Lane, Naomi, Beulah and Donovan, and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ruby were Sunday dinner guests of Misses Ol and Sylvia Lane. The Mount Ayr debaters wil be here at the high school aud itorium Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Emma Fulton and Mr and Mrs. L. H. Flowers of Des Moines came Saturday evening and spent Sunday with Mrs Alton's sister-in-law, and Mrs Flowers' mother, Mrs. Laura Rood and family. Mr. and Mrs Roy Rood and Mr. and Mrs Harry Rood spent Sunday afternoon at the Laura Rorid home. Mrs. Fulton is a sist.?r of Roy Rood. Word was received that M. Z Bailey, better known as Uncle Teen, had passed away at the State University hospital in Iowa City, Monday morning, after a brief illness. Mr. Bailey had not been well for some time but his condition was not con- ddered serious until a few days ago. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to he widow and children. The Democrats had their :ounty convention in Bedford, Saturday, March 14. Those at- .ending from here were, Marion Palmer, Mrs. Andy Nelson, Mrs. Frank Bye, Leo Millin and J. D. Barrana. The Ladies Auxiliary of the fhrsitian church met at the xome of Mrs. E. C. Nickel, 'hursday afternoon, March 12. Business session was in charge f the president, Mis. John Hepperly. It was decided to di- Standard Service There will soon be plenty of activity on the farms and everyone will want gasoline, tractor fuel and oil at once. Don't wait until the very last minute before you .let us know what your requirements will be. We want to have on hand everything you will need when you begin work. Standard Oil Service ( is just as close to you as your telephone. Call us up and tell us what you want and when you want it and you'll get it at that time. Phone 131 (Nelson Produce) during the day Residence Phone 140R Complete Service You can now drive your car into our garage and get complete service. We have just installed a new air hoist for use in greasing cars (the only one in town). Now you, too, can see what the under side of your car looks like while we are greasing it. WASHING GREASING REPAIRING GENUINE FORD PARTS BATTERY CHARGING ACCESSORIES Have you ridden in the new 1936 Ford Y-8? Just ask for a demonstration. We'll be glad to show you the snappiest car on the road today. OIXON MOTOR COMPANY Call U* far a Dtm

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