Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on March 26, 1936 · Page 5
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a :.',JUJV"!: .^'^'^-•iu.<afc-.- mrrts - •txtEj^ii from C. W. Pagers.Of field Tuesday' lifctnoori, i- tending the. iiih&ai 6f' t- . returned 1 t Friday..eyening. from Des 16S where, he had' been a >nt in the Veterans hospit*- He feels much, better but is too weak to do much work. nic poisoning and Jaundice . the causes of his illness. ibert Clayton returned home week from a trip through south. He was in New Or- at the time' of the Mardi ie Miller Chevrolet company the sale of a master to Garland Ewalt of kton and a l J / 2 ton truck to ie Denton of Lenox. iv. W. A. Thompson of the Presbyterian church 6 o'clock dinner last lay evening with Father ay in the rectory. ~i~~i~~-~j* -yWi'City spent Friday and: ^atu^day'\yith the-former^ ^parents; '^j|r.' -arid Mrs". J. : ;-;A. Pcjrter. They went' 'tb P9*n1*ig" ; Saturday and visited withes. Porter's parent/ returning ."tyj•• their • sc'hool work "at Iowa-City o«;Moriday. ;; Milton Johnson' left last week for California where he plans to locate. The family will follow at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. George Barrans and children and Mrs. Wm Barrans visited Sunday with Mr. Barrans, who has been in the hospital at Muscatine for about three weeks. They report more rain in eastern Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walter will move the first of the coming week to a farm northeast of Diagonal. 'ing at the home of her and Mrs. W. W. Walker' <Miss Louise Lock has been '">f school for the past week the flu. "The postponed numbers of the, Stringtown'.Lyceum course will, be given Friday night, Mar 27,and Tuesday night, March 31.. . '.'' ' '.' - ' ' ' •••• Adv. Mrs. Raymond Miller, Miss Mae Kilby, Mrs. R. E . Poindexter and Miss Kathleen Poindexter. were business visitors in Greston last Friday, Btegfln, "Work^A^bay Lady" Greig's delightful novel love and big business—in the icrtcan Weekly, the magazine distrubted with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner age at Corning. WON FIRST PLACE IN s,Rollie Bender, Mrs. W. H. jen, Mrs. Arlo Richard, Retta Goodale spent Thurs- and Friday in Des Moines, former was attending the state basketball tourna- , and the other ladies were ng relatives. Miss Ola Abbitt of Maryville spent the week end at her home in Lenox. Shepherd of Maxwell tells us' ; that Norman Shepherd won first place in the humorous division v, E. E. Lister, pastor of Church of Christ in Ores- was the speaker at the ch night dinner at the lo^ Ihurch of Christ last Thurs- evening. Rev. Lister gave if his very forceful talks. , and Mrs. John Barrans,' Wm. Barrans and.' Mrs. Id Ethington were in Clear- Mrs. Bertha Cless, Mrs. Lottie Lust and daughter Miss Dorothy Lust of Tarkio, Mo., were in Lenox a short time on Wednesday of last week. They went to Clearfield that evening to attend the program given by the Tarkio mens glee club. had; been o ... «». ti , 1B health for several years, but her last illness was of short duration, of double pneumonia. Funeral services were held!oh Wednesday, March ,11, in Blockton Methodist Church, at 2 p.m,; and burial was in Rose Hill cemetery, Blockton, ,.,..•• Milton Z. Bailey Milton Z. aBiley was born in Johnson county, Iowa, April i, 1856, and died at the University h % ospital in Iowa City, March 16, J1936, at the age of 79 years, 11 months and 15 days, i He grew to manhood hi Johnson county, where he was united in marriage to Emma Feldman aJn. 13, 1884. To them six children were born. Two sons, Oscar Lee in 1884 and Milo Morton, in 1922, proceeded him in death. Rolley and Truman of Clearfield and Wilbur and Mrs. Wal- Lininger of Diagonal, with the wife, survive him. also leaves 14 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Anna Hull of Riverside, Iowa; three brothers, John H., and Asa of Diagonal, and Joseph S. of Riverside, Iowa; other relatives and a legion of friends. Mr. Bailey came in Ringgold county in 1882, settling on a farm a few miles day f uer, fats, ;™«»»,,«i»«,, mttiueui; ahd-daught^ •Maic^lia'; feti _ ed to her home in Winterset. Mrs. Shdenhair returned home r ; an extended vis- - 1902 Miss Inez Amburn spent Sunday in Oskaloosa at the home of her uncle, Jim Grover, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gordon hai as their dinner guests er Boys and Girls held at Nevada last Saturday. Clearfield Events EASTER iut two weeks away. x i t put off, until the lasfr nute, getting your permanent wave. ure featuring the )uart Permanent. eset with every $5 Permanent. carry a full line of cosmetics Beauty Shop Phone 19 Mrs. Dan • "Drain. The was in honor of M^ . who was, on Sunday March 22, celebrating his birthday Mrs Ora Wilson wen^ to L,,, w City Tuesday to spend several days. Mr. and Mrs Lee Smith of riear Clearfield have moved into the. Rodenbaugh house < Mrs Dorothy Hurley uhdern went an operation at the Greater Community hospital ^ in Creston last Friday morning, is doing nicely at this Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ler' and Mrs. Eddie Quinn 'ger'e in Des Moines on business day. Mrs. Earl. Wilson returned; from Creston Sunday evening, where she had been several days with hjpr sister,, Mars. Dorothy Hurley, who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills were in Creston on business Monday. Mrs. Edward Strough of Maryville, Mo., formerly Wilma Walker, came Tuesday and is visit- Osteopathy Osteopathy is a system of health and heal- based on two primary principles: (1) the mal living body makes its own remedies ? j ln . fections and otner t° xic agents; (2) body is a vital machine, and making such leoies and putting them where they are le d> to the best advantage, depends upon its '£ m correct adjustment. Besides anatom- Maladjustments. osteopathic physicians jgnize the effects of wrong posture, over'^ orry ' dietary errors, age, sex, climate, other things in relation,to health. They take into consideration hygiene and lation and take advantage of careful nurs- Procedures. In diagnosis, in addition to r examination of the condition of joints, jw. and other anatomical parts of the body ™ne, they utilize the recognized chemical, r a \and other tests. The x-ray has had ace m osteopathy ever since it began to be °ped Osteopathy includes the consider- 1 °i diseases of women and children, and ^ e > ear > nose, and throat, and other spec? , s °* the body. From the beginning, ob- cs and surgery have had their place in os. M. J. Sluss UBKOX. IOWA * IN Barbara Dennis Barbara T>robs8, a daughjter of,,Adam and Susan Probst, was in Highland county, Vir- and died on, Iowa, on March 9, 1936, at the age of ; fl9- years, 6 months and 3 days, ""^-qame to Iowa when a child with a .wagon train, irly settlers, arid lobated Davenport, later coming to >r county, where she spent remainder of her life. , fe was.,married:to j. M. -Den nis, April 26, 1871, who died on May 4, 193Q.,..To them five children ,wete^jjor^:,yma Jxjr- etta Samper' of bia'gjbnal; :Geary M ^ Dennis of Wathena, Kansas, Viffi^J C Dennis of Fort Morgan, Tony W., >ho died at the two years; Glenn C. Den T ,., . v ' no Is. still at home, and 'wtiO;^afed for his mother in her $eclining, years. , ^g^ip;. united, with the Baptist Mljalsh at an early age, and was ;aji active member as long as her health permitted. She was a good neighbor, and a loving wife and mother, self- sacrificing to help others. She is the last in a family of eight children, and she leaves to mourn her death, besides her four children named above, nine grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and a host of friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church, which was filled with friends and relatives. The address was by a nephew, Rev. Silas Overholster, Presbyterian pastor at Woodbine, la., and Rev. W. C. Henn of the Methodist church assisted. The 1 singers were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. [Crew, Mrs. Bessie Barrans and Donald Green, .Pallbearers were Truman Hidlay, S H. Fosmire, Gene Baxter, Jos. Cooper, Ralph Green and W.'E. Johns. The Masonic ritual was given fby Harley Killion of Lenox. Interment was in the Clearfield cemetery, with .the Masonic lodge., giving the burial service at the grave. Mrs. Cora Bailey, Ruby,^.^^ Isabel and Mac of 'Stuart, Iowa, attended the funeral of M. Z. Bailey last Wednesday.. Mrs. Bailey is a daughter-in-law,.and the children,, grandchildren of Mr. Bailey. • Mr. and Mrs. Rich C. Anderson of Des,Moines came Saturday afternoon and spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Cooper. A family dinner was held at the Phillip Cooper home on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Anderson of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clark and Barbara. Mrs. Ralph Hurley spent last Wednesday and Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Andrews. Thurs- Jot Down Our Number for Quick Quality PRINTING You will find our printing service prompt and accurate. Our available type faces and stocks, and expert pressmen all combine to turn out as fine a piece of work as you could ask for. Circulars, broadsides, booklets, etc. Lenox Time-Table ifeHurleyj ft--' 1 — : 'Mr.'and Mrs. L. H. Andrews with Lee Lepley, drove on Friday to Des Moines, to attend ihe funeral of Mrs. Andrews' brother, Edgar Gall. Mrs. May Jackson and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herbert Carson and little daughter of New Market, came Friday, called by the illness of O. L. Carson. Mrs. Wayne Wallace of Independence, Mo., has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Carson; she returned to her home Saturday. ^Mr. and Mrs. Earl Laughhead of Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clayton of Diagonal were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Jesse Clayton. Mrs. Clayton has not been so well the past few days. Miss Louise Dowell of Des Moines was a Sunday visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dowell. Mrs. M. M. Hamilton celeorat- ed her 81st birthday Sunday, March 22. She received many cards and several nice gifts. John Roudybush and family have moved from south of Diagonal to the Tom House farm, south of Clearfield on No. 25. Mrs. Raymond Murdock was taken to the hospital in St. Joseph last Sunday, and on Wednesday an operation was performed for gall stones. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Fulton of Omaha were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Hidlay. Mrs. Zeta Key and daughter, Leahi Blanch and LoiS Marie, were Sunday visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Hidlay. Mrs. Grace Gard entertained her three sisters and their husbands at her home Sunday in honor of her fathers, Will Darlington's 85|th. birthday. Mr. Darlington is active for one of his : years. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hargin, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seibert and Mr/ and Mrs. Gene Muir. Harold Hargin left last week for. Algona, Iowa, where he has work for the summer Pete Mullin sold his produce business last week to Harry Lyddon, and Mr. Lyddon has taken possession. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mullin and sons, Maurice and Eddie, moved to their new home in Corning. The Social Union of the United Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. John Mosier, Friday afternoon in a regular meeting. Election of officers was held with the following results: President, Mrs. F. P. Steward; vice president, Mrs. E. M. McMath; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Claude Brown; secretalry and treasurer, Miss Mary Young. Their were eleven members present and three visitors. • A social hour followed the business meeting and dainty refreshments were served by the committee composed of Mrs: John Mosier and Mrs. George Nickle. Tarkio Glee Club On l?;st Wednesday evening Clearfield was favored with a program by the boys glee club of Tcjrkio College. Nineteen boys were in the group and they together with their director, Miss Veva Ballangee, and the accompanist, Miss L o r e 11 a Schooler, gave a very fine program. Mr. arid Mrs. Bert Brown and little daughter Lila Marie were hosts to the glee club at a six o'clock dinner served in the church basements. Thje tables were arranged to form a letter T, with a miniature college as I the centerpiece. The boys, their director and accompanist were very appreciative to the Browns for their hospitality. Victor Brown is one of the members of the glee club. Grant Carson and daughter Doris of Diagonal came Friday night to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Carson. Grant returned home Saturday morning, while Doris remained until Sunday evening with her grandparents. Rev. and Mrs. M. R. Talley of Winterset were Saturday visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. C. Henn. Mrs. Henn and daughter Marian are both sick with colds. Mrs Lucy Carlson returned home from an extended visit with her children hi Des Moines Mrs. Catherine Sherwood died %MNll an^brMf her _._, Sherwood dietF^tin,' her .'/•birthday.j;Her Soft,.; frrank, . - rtvfc "'\/Tnvi t3\* **'•' *Xi'i.^i- ' l *t'_ ' •* . ? on _ _._„. services had not been jatrahgedii Monday. She is sur j vl <tetf;;by i only one son, : he* ['daughter; haying died soniB years ago, '• • ! ' < Mrs., Josie Mpntville ' stferit Saturday arid' Sunday wjth heir nephew and wifeY Mh' and M^s Clark Smith at the Orlie Bruner home. Elmer Moffett is quite ill, at his home in west Clearfleld. Mrs. Elvina Blackman fell last Wednesday night and injured her hip, bruising it. Fortunately no bones were broken. She is much better. Her daughter, Mrs. Parkhurst, is caring for" her. Mrs. Effie Harshaw and Miss Betty Bladon spent last Thursday until Saturday with their brother, Tom Bladon. Mrs. Tom Bladon and Miss Beaulah Tin- die were Shenandoah visitors from, Thursday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave D. Wilson of Lenox were callers at thi home of her sister, Mrs. O. L Carson, Sunday afternoon. mday home •aV,Nbdaway. Mr. .and Mrs!^ and. .daughters df< field, were djjnrier at the,Ro^ ?]j$$tyw&!i}&' f f-' , Mri. and Mrs? Barry Higgins of Mercer 1 , Center,^ visited, at the G. C< Gibsons,.Siindayv..,. • Mr. arid 'Mrs. Ohas:,Young and family^ vteflted, Sunday;: at the . lenry"Moeller homoc:,'.;]. •• > Mr:;'and Mjrs. Lloyd Buxton and-son of Creston-were 1 guests Saturdajr at the w> J 1 .' • Parr • horiie; " ' ••••• •••'•' .•:•..' < : .' •'••'• •>/:;/; Mr. and Mrs. Glebrge Looney ntertained the following guests Sunday at dinner: Mr. and ^fis. '•' ',. R. Recknor and son and lidfr. ; nd Mrs. Ewalt Kxeiger and aughter of Minnesota, Mr. and flrs. George MUllin and family nd Mr. and Mjfjj. Roy Eschle. String-town Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Millei entertained the following guests last Wednesday evening at supper: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Recknor and son Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Ewalt Kruger and daughter DeLoris, of New Richland, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bush and Lyle. Rev. and Mrs. Lossner of Creston were visiting at the Henry Moeller home Thursday morning., Mrs. Kate Miller spent several days last week at the Raymond Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Metz and sons attended a dinner at the Mrs. Mary Colgan home near Corning Sunday. Others present were Joe Colgan of Greenfield, Hugh Colgan of Ames, Alice and Elizabeth Colgan of Omaha, Veronica Colgan of Knoxville, Esther, Mary and Genevieve at home. Buss Keys of Lenox were dinner .guests at the H. M. Be'ese After listening for three days o arguments in a lawsuit over small piece of land appraised t $10, Judge J. H. Johnson of Allendale, S. D., said: "I'll pay the price of the land if one of you will deed it to the other at the end of this trial, which has already cost the state about $500." urina Pig & Hog Chow saves three extra pigs 'per litter. 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