Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on April 2, 1936 · Page 8
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•*;• THE LENOX TiME TABLE, LIJNOK. 1QWA. imiiiiimiimiimiiiiimitiMiiiiiimiiiii i School RATE—Mo per line for first insertion; 5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per inch. For Sale FOR SALE—Good bean and timothy hay at farm; some corn and oats. R. G. Barr. ,27-lp FOR SALE—Dry stove wood, also alfalfa hay in barn. W. F. Tripp & Sons, Kent. 26-tf FOB SALE — John Deere gang plow. 14-inch. Walter Wurster. 27-tf FOR SALE — One good set of work harness, at a bargain. Inquire here. 27-tf FARMERS PLANT GOOD SEED. Then when you wish to sell seed for commercial seed, you will not have any trouble about noxious weed seed, or the damage to your own land. We have a full line now of all the seeds sold here. Soy beans at cheap price. All seeds first class. J. W. Abraham, Prescott, Iowa. 24-tf SEEDS—We have a full line of the best farm seeds obtainable at very reasonable prices. Come in and see them. L. F. Davis. 17-tf Wanted WALLPAPER CLEANING—and odd jobs. SrJtisfaction guar- inteed. Jim Pierce, phone 43-R 27-1 ««mummttttm«tt«mu«ttmmtttt Farm Plan (Continued from page 1) tion program, farmers may qualify for either or both of two types of payments: (1) a soil- conserving payment for the shifting' of acreage from soil- depleting crops to soil-conserving or soil-building crops; and (2) a soil-building payment for 5uch farming practices as are recommended by the state committee and approved by the Secretary of Agriculture. Such farming practices on which soil building payments will be made have not been definitely determined as yet, but are likely to include the establishment of new seedings of soil-building crops, pasture improvement, and liming. The soil-conserving payment will average approximately $10 an acre for the region as a whole and may average more than that in Iowa. It will vary between individual farms because of variations in the productivity of the crop land. The total amount of the soil- conserving payment for an individual farm will depend on the number of soil-depleting acres shifted. Payment will be I made on acres shifted up to If I per cent of the total acres ir the soil-depleting base. Total acres in soil conserving or soil- building crops on the farm — including those planted this year and previous years—must equal 15 percent of the crop depleting base in order to qualify the farm for a payment of any kind. The second type of payment, the soil building payment, is being offered to encourage wider use of soil-improving crops and pracitces. It may be with respect to biennial and perennial legumes seeded in 1936, such as sweet clover and alfalfa or for improving pasture, liming, and other practices that may be approved for Iowa. The rate of soil-building payment and the conditions governing the making of such payments in each state will be recommended by the state committee and approved by the secretary. The maximum total soil-building payment cannot exceed a sum obtained by multiplying $1 by the total number of acres devoted to soil-conserving and soil-building crops on the farm in 1936. A sheep, nuzzling so close to 'a water heater that its wool was set afire, started a blaze which destroyed two buildings owned by Emil Fling, at Arcadia, Wis. Custom Farming, Plowing, and all other kinds of Field Work I have 3 Farmall tractors and a big line of farm machinery to take care of your' every need. TRUCKING I have a new Chevrolet truck and make long or short hauls—day or night. I have secured the services of HOD SMITH, veteran truck driver, who will drive the truck. GEORGE BARRANS Telephone 226F22 Lenox, Iowa TWO ALTERNATIVES When you are suffering you have two alternatives. You can treat the cause or you can treat the effect. Most medicines are designed to treat the effect, leaving the cause to take care of itself. If you are suffering pain you may think that the pain is what is really wrong. Many times, however, the pain is in some other part of the body from the actual cause. It is possible to temporarily eliminate pain but if the cause is not also eliminated the pain will return. Your other alternative is to treat the cause and let the effect (pain) take care of itself. If the cause is removed there is no reason for the pain to continue and it will cease. Chiropractic goes after the cause of disease. Disease is caused when there is pressure on nerves leading from the spinal cord to the organs of the body. This pressure shuts off brain stimulation and the organs of the body cannot do their work. Chiropractic is the sane, sensible, scientific way of treating disease. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Dr E R. Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office 8 Pocks Wf»t Qf Telephone Office—Phone (Continued from page one) imiiiiiiiimiimiminiiiiiimimiiiiim were visitors. Third Grade The "Windmills" are leading the "Kites" 24 to 19 in the spelling contest. There were 13 A's in spelling last week. New officers for the week are: desk inspector, Rimel Day; health inspector, Owen Lee Smith; floor inspector, Donald Bunn; librarian, Lulu Mae Eller; pencil sharpener, Gertrude Ro.ss. They are making rabbit posters in art class. Mrs. Probasco and Mrs. Amburn were visitors. Eleanor Beemer, Dorothy Bubb, James Gray and Roland Walter have been absent. Fourth Grade Mexican posters were made in art class in correlation with the. book, "The Little Mexican Donkey Boy," which they are reading. Now they are working on individual Easter posters. Last Friday there were nine A's in spelling. Barbara Krohmo^, .Loren Laird, Doris Wynn and Raymond Caldwell have been absent. Fifth Grade There were thirteen A's in spelling last Friday. |5£525c!52S2&&5^^ Candidates Announce THURSDAY. APP,. FOR RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. PERRY O. CROUCH, Bedford, Iowa FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, la., subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. I will appreciate your support. BEN LONG. Bedford, Iowa FOR STATE SENATOR To the Republican voters of Adams and Taylor Counties: I am a candidate for the Republican Nomination for the office of State Senator from the Sixth Senatorial District of Iowa which is composed of Adams and Taylor Counties, subject to your approval at the Primary Election on June 1st, 1936. O. J. KIRKETEQ Bedford. Easter lilies are being made in art class. "China" is the new topic in geography. Sob Gray, Enid Barnes and Doris Jean Elder have been absent. These duties were assigned to the following pupils: Keep library file, Jean Teats- worth; water flowers, Raymond Abbit, Rose Mary Schaub; gather up papers, Margretta BOone; pass out papers, John Harlan Abbit, Donald Krohmer; pass out books, Enid Barnes, Jane Calvin, Charles Brown, David Miller; erase blackboards, Bob Gray, Ted Knotter; take up books, Dean Roe, Paul Ethington, Vivian Moore; inspect desks, Marilou '.Hufhagle, Doris Jean Elder; hold cloak room doors, Louietta Smith, June Caldwell; doorkeeper, Bob Manroe. Sixth Grade In geography they are studying the arctic and antarctic regions. Interesting reports were given in this class by these pupils: Admiral Byrd, Richard Preston. Eskimos, Luella Deaver and Marian Wurster. Penguins, Charles Barteau. .Northern Lights, Robert Kilby. Last Friday there were eight A's in spelling. •: Professional Cards :• GEO. L. GOODALE OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORK Lenox, Iowa 0. P. ARNOLD Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa J. H. BARBER Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Lenox, Iowa JAMES R. LOCKE Attorney and Counsellor at Law Farmers & Merchants Bank Bldg Bedford, Iowa eneral Practice in All Courts- State and Federal Special Attention Given to Settlement of Estates 'rank Wisdom O. J, Kirketeg Wisdom & Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of estates Bedford, Iowa FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters at the Primary election to be held June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. CURTIS O. MELVIN, Benton Township FOR COUNTY RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters in the Primary Election to be held June 1, 1936. CHLOE H. WISDOM. Bedford. FOR SUPERVISOR First District I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of member of the board of supervisors of Taylor county, from District No. 1, subject to the decision of the voters in the Primary election, June 1, 1936. C. E. GAINES, Lenox FOR COUNTY TREASURER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Treasurer of Taylor County, subject to the decision of the Republican voc- ers in the Primary election to be held June 1, 1936. J. R. HENDERSON, Bedford FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of County Attorney of Taylor county, subject to tht approval of the Republican voters at the Primary Election on June 1, 1936. GEORGE A. SCHOENMANN. Blockton •••• • i • •! FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the'office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the will of the Democratic voters in the primary election, June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. TOM V. LACY, Bedford FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nom- nation for the office of Shentf of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters in the Primary Election to be held June 1, 1936. E. P. SIMPSON, Bedford FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candl- didacy for the Republican nom- nation for the office of Sheri'J of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary Election to be held June 1, 1936. JOHN F. WALTER. Grove Township FOR RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary election June 1, 1936. FLORENCE R. CONNOR, Bedford The following duties were assigned to these students: Inspect desks, Lois Brokaw, Glenna Frame; irispect a,lsles, Roland Pennebaker, Dylorus Marshall; take up papers, Billy O'Dell; Marian Wurster; pass out papers, Betty Reynolds, Luella Deaver; erase blackboards, Roger Kelly, Paul Frame; check library file, Louise Klmball, Wendell Randels; water plants, Lyle Hayes; pass out books, Richard Preston, Earl Richards; take up books, Gene Holben, Gene Reimer; host and hostess, harles Barteau, Betty Mae roe; miscellaneous, Bobby Wynn, Robert Kilby. Stringtown Mrs. Hume Fry is at the Will MteCloud home helping care for Mrs. McCloud, who fell down the basement stairway and received painful injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller and Mrs. Roy Bush were Creston visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curts and daughters.of Council Bluffs visited Saturday night and Sunday at Mrs. Kate Miller's. On Sunday a family reunion was enjoyed. Loren Crow of Indianola was week end guest at the home of his parents. Mrs. Jesse Ambrose and Mrs. Dewey Evans were Corning visitors last Tuesday. Miss Eula Higgins is helping Mrs. Carl Duey with her house work. Donald Metz spent part of last week at the home of his randmother, M r s. Elizabeth iolgan near Corning. The little five-year-old traveled in the modern way, hitch-hiking. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Schiffer were Creston visitors last Wednesday. . , . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Carter, Mrs; Lizzie Strey, and Mrs. Henry Moeller and bobby were Shenandoah visitors Saturday. Mrs. Walter Wadell is ill at her home north of Stringtown. Miss Grace Gibson entertained the Ladies Aid at her home last Wednesday, at an all-day meeting. Mrs. Wes Miller underwent 9, major operation at the Greater Community hospital in Creston last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bush, Mrs. Roy Bush and Mrs. Lura Bush were iShenandoah visitors last Tuesday. Vaughn Brown and his aunt, Mrs. Clarence N Molyneux, of Hartland, Minn., came Friday for a short visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. »H. M. Bush. Norma, Gladys and Edwin, wejit to St. Joe Saturday and spent the day with Orvin Bush, who is in college there. The day was Orvin's birthday. .Grace Gibson, Mrs., Fred Olson, Mrs. G. C. Gibson, Ellen Grace Gibson and Austin Brown spent Saturday in Shenandoah. OUR MERCHANDISE IS MOVING OUT If you haven't taken advantage of the extremely low prices quoted on dry goods, curtain materials, wearing apparel and groceries offered in this CLOSING OUT SALE you had better get in at once. You will find good merchandise lower than any merchant can buy it. Buy here—and now—and save money, FARMERS STORE For the Homemaker Ideas, Suggestions, News for Women Readers VISIT OUR NEW Spring Planting Dei A complete assort- - mcnt of sturdy root wrapped roses. A wide selection of flower bulbs in celophane bags and many popular varieties of home beautifying shrubs^ What ,a, whale of a difference just a few plants make. Potatoes U. S. No. 1 Far Northern Grown Ohios and Cobblers, 100 Ib. $-1.69 bags _j.__ -*Cauliflower Snow white heads, each __ • i Onions Red Globe 10 pounds 25c Seeds All 5c pkts. for 10c See our bulk seeds • Omar vi ^—^ Meat U.S. Gov't •——.— Pork Chops Choice, lean, per Ib. ^Meo Quality Nut pounds Herring Salted Flat Lake I •41 pounds per pound .'• Buy them at this WONDER FLOUR, 49 Ib. bag *»mmmmmmmmmmmmmi Chill. Dip each cooked yolk into mayonnaise or salad dressing, then roll it in grated cheese, Serve three yolks on a bed of salad greens, shredded letture watercress or curly hidive, Garnish with sliced stuffed olives. The Egg Season is Here • Now that the Lenten season is here and eggs are fairly cheap, the homemaker will want to include them in her menu in a number of ways. Eggs supply large amounts of iron and phosphorus and of vitamins A and D and thus are an important factor in health and growth. For this reason nutritionists recommend that every child have an egg every other day. There are hundreds of ways to use eggs so that the family will not tire of them. Scrambled or poached, made into souffles, omelets or baked goods, included in salads— eggs may be served in one form one day and in another the next. Try poarh- i ing them in milk or in meat 01 vegetable stock or sauces; use meat stock or fruit juices in custards, or sweelten the custards with honey, maple sugar or ground pepermint candv for variety. Two unique ways of usi ng eeo . yolks after the whites have been made up into ange i foo j cakes or other desserts are ren pmmended by the other egg dish is called Eggs m Sausage Cups. Slice salami sausage very thin and fry lightly on one side in butter. As the edges of the slices curl to make c "P le ts, drop, an egg yolk mto each. Cover the pan and cook over slow heat. ''Sorry I had to do this lady, but i need cab fare" burglar in a note left wrote a in the home of Peter Heim of Cincin . taking $1 .25 from Bernard Kempe of wick/ Wah., claims thej squash-growing ;champl He recently exhibited a| squash grown on his fai Wallace Stutkoski, employee of Eland, W1 raw eggs in twenty when they were found I in shipment. A thief broke into tlul of Mr. and Mrs. Roswellf ens, both 87. of West! Iowa, and stole all th(| Mr. Stephens is blind,! wife is an invalid. The first of its kind 1 land, a "school" for ] ly, has*been opened In] lage of Coppull. More f pupis are enrolled. Sunshine Salad is follow*: Hard cook 4S\ FARM LOANS i • 10 - 15 Year Terms ROY

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