Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on April 9, 1936 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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.THE LENOX" Thursday, April. 9 The Woman's Relief Corps meets this afternoon at, the Legion hall. Mrs. John Barrans and Mrs. Sam Rogers are the serving committee. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs ; Clarence Haynes this evening. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. Perry Gray. The H. S. Club will meet at the hotel this evening. Hostesses are Mrs. Francis Folcey, Mrs. George Trost, Mrs. Orval Walter, Mrs. Rollie Bender and Miss Mildred Wilson. Friday, April 10 The Ladies Aid Society of the Church of Christ will meet this afternoon with Mrs. T. J. Killion. In connection with the Aid meeting there will be a meeting of the Missionary Society to observe the Easter Day of Prayer. ed in the secretary's convention report. Officers elected for the coming year are as follows: President, Chas. Longfellow, Bedford first vice president, Lewis Hewitt, Lenox; second vice president, Mrs. C. E. Burton, New Market; secretary - treasurer, Miss Annola Toler, Lenox; child - rens' division superintendents Mrs. Inez Cochran, Sharpsburg; young peoples' division superintendent, Miss Lelah Trowbridge, Clearfleld; adult division superintendent, Mrs. Chas. Underwood, Sharpsburg; administration division superintendent, Mrs. W. A. McKinstry, 'learfield; leadership training superintendent, Rev. Chas. R. Arnold, New Market; alcohol education, Mrs. J. R. Henderson. The L. F. G. Club has postponed its meeting. Surprise Party A very pleasant surprise was carried out Tuesday evening, March 31, when a jolly bunch gathered at the Byron Butler home to surprise Mr. Butler and remind him that he had had another birthday. The event also celebrated the birthday of Phyllis Beck, who was nine years old on that day. The main feature of the event was the pot luck supper. After supper games were played until a late hour. Those present besides Mr. and Mrs. Byron Butler and Hazel, were Mr. and Mrs. -Jim Boyer, Velva, Willard and Marvin; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carter; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gaines; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams i and Glen- Mr, and Mrs. Charlie • Knott, Leonard and Elian; Bud Cochrane; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Beck, Roy and Phyllis; Albert Beck, Melvin and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, Hazel, Billy arid Donny; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pfander, Thelma, Lorene, ML F. O. Club Meeting Mrs. O. L. Copeland was hos- css at the regular meeting of he M. F. O. Club at her tiome Wednesday afternoon. Twelve icmbers were present. Invited uests were Mrs. Roy Key, Mrs. N. Walter and her claugh- er. Mrs. Ethel Grant. The program consisted of a reading, "A Country Man in Town," by Mrs. Allen Pine. Mrs K. R. Hull sang two numbers, "Londonderry Air," and "Melody in F." Mrs. Harry Cheese read a paper, "Bringing Aunt Dollie." The social hour was spent in playing 42. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The club plans to have a 7 o'clock dinner at the hotel next Tuesday ev- Tha,prdgrara,con His.. . , Chas. Leonard gaVe the Neks '' Qutjihe. . Trie selected number,'. J'The Oid' Corner .Book Store," 'Was read by Mrs. Sweeley. Something about an Iowa writer/was given in response to roll call. A few games of rook were played during the social hour. A dainty two-course lunch was served by the hostess. Community Party Held Friday Evening The first of the community parties was held at the high school gym, last Friday evening. A pot luck supper was served at seven thirty. Twenty tables were arranged 'or the playing of bridge. High 5 core prizes were awarded to 'rancis Folcey and Mrs. Frank VCaharry. The remainder of the evening vas spent in 'dancing. Mr. and VTrs. Fred Cronkite received the irize for being the best dancers n the floor. An orchestra from Prescott urnished the music for danc- ening. The the guests. husbands will be Meeting of Past Matrons Club The Past Matrons Club was entertained Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Hoi- ben with Mrs. E. A. Douglas and Mrs. Lillian Donaldson as assisting hostesses. Sixteen mem-r bers responded to roll call with something about "Plant Life.'^ Mrs. W. H. Madden read an article, "They Raise Then: Hats." The article, Music in the Air, was read by Miss Edna Schultz. Mrs. H. W. Clipson/ a Past Matron, was a guest. Four tables were arranged for the bridge play. Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand received the high score prize, and Mrs. Clipson received the traveling A dainty two course rlunch was The with ond. next year. present. The responded and j-i£i v ex nt; aim .rt-Uuii 01 n, Iowa. Sunday Convention County Sunday School tion was held at Grav- Friday, April 3. Of the schools in the county, •five were represented 87 registered delegates. sent the largest delega- ;h Clearfleld a close sec- >harpsburg has extended itation for the meeting ar. The evening session charge of the young of the county and there venty-nve young people county secretary, Miss Toler, is very apprecia- the fine way the schools ed with their reports "erings this year. This r the first time in many very school was includ- served by the hostesses. Meeting of : '.'i. • Chapter FW, P. E.G. J Mrs. B. L. Walter '--Was hostess at the meeting of Chapter FW P. E. O., last Thursday evening Eighteen members were present and answered rqll call by •'Whistling a tune for others tc guess." The program was a paper "Easter in a Garden," by Mrs. H. C. Killion. A Garden Talk v/as given by Mrs. J. G. Leek- liter. A miniature movie of Colleen Moore's doll house was enjoyed by the chapter. The next meeting will be with Mrs. T. J. Killion, April 16. Meeting of M. F. C. Ladies Mrs. T. J. Killion was hostess at the meeting of the M. F. C. ladies, Wednesday afternoon. Reeling of the Harmony Hearting Club Mrs. J. E. Rogers was hostess iiiiiriiirnnni THUfiS kJNTTED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev. w. A. Thompson Bible School, 10 a.m. Preaching, 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Y.P.C.U.,<6:30 p.m. It is gratifying to notice the Increasing interest of the church in the Pre Easter services. These services are enriching the spiritual life of our membership. All the members are urged to enter wholeheartedly into the closing days of this Pre-Easter season. Tome and hear the Gospel preached in its purity and pow- Farm Plan (Continued from page 1) »»mm»imiM»iiui(mmnmiiinmti C. Frtieck arid Henniiig Hanson. Grove township: George Dennis, Lenox, Chairman, Lonnie Hunter arid Geo. H. Beach. Grant township": orville O. Nelson, Clearfleld, Chairman, C. C. Litteer and Claude H. Brown. Jackson township: Claude Hamilton, Bedford, Chairman, G. D. Hensley and F. L. Kemery. Clayton township: Geo. T. Irwin, Bedford, Chairman, G. W. Stephens and.W. R. Henderson. Jefferson township: C. V. Hamilton, Blockton, Chairman, er by outstanding preachers in j W. G. Florea and John E. Sick- other denominations. Set aside your parties and your clubs and your socials for at least one hour each night in the Temple of our God. Such consideration or Christ and His church is as a deposit in the bank of Heaven. 'Sabbath, 12, Easter Day. Easter is the most significant day n the church calendar. On his day we are fortunate to have with us Dr. E. F. Kimmel;hue, the synodical superintendent of Iowa Synod. Dr. Kimmelshue will preach the Easter nessage and assist in the ad- ninistration of the Sacrament eLs. Gay township: W. A. Livingston, Bedford, Chairman, Geo. P. McNees and Ben Flint. Palk township: Claude R. Abbey, Hopkins, Chairman, Frank Shields and Glen Stewart. Mason township: C. M. Shields Shambaugh, Chairman, Claude "sbii bfriidltfe" bks edX ijii'dtw' , the fs tiion; and ' doniest'lc allotment Cavender berlake. and Verne C. Tim- to the meeting of the Harmony j of the Lord's Supper. He will M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, '11:00 a.m Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. program are expiated by Coun-. tjr Agent Rpbt. M. Davie^ ... .The,-payments per acre on seedings on crop land between Oct. 1, 1935, and: Sept. 30.y 1936, are: .- : . :••••• •• . :• ••;;•" ;,.. *;•• Alfalfa, $2; red clover' -and fiaammoth clover, '$1.50; alslke, clover, sWeet clover, white clov*" er and Korean lespedeza, $1; le- ;ume mixtures, $1.50, arid'soy- beans plowed Under as green manure, $1.50. ' ' ' Soybeans must be turned under by Sept. 30, 1936. Legume and "grass mixtures which contain 50 percent or season, and will notifvTil 11 ' more of alsike clover, sweet' growers through the co ! clover, Korean lespedeza, or any! gent's office in Bedford f two or more of these legumes,! essary methods of will be eligible for payment of' not more than $1 an acre. Grasses may be seeded with a legume, or legume mixture, and the full payment will be made, provided the ount of the legume usual am- is seeded and the grass is seeded in addition. For example, if 8 pounds of legume seed were the normal rate per acre when seeded, alone, a farmer must seed 8 pounds and the grass seed in S. W. Edgecombe Horticulturist, advises ta', isfactory results can only* cured from spraying W l e sprays are put on thorough] the proper time and - ' right materials. i n uv^ i'»*«^ iii^ViUiAJJ^ l^jj. 1/J.1O J.J.CVJ.HiVJJ.lJ' — * 1' A • — ••--— i - .. - ~-Reading club Wednesdav after- I also bring to a close the week Caster bunday morning the : addition in order to qualify for i7 V VV, V\rt pvrtri TTTI11 fv«n « ,^.1.. tt f~it • . 1. f i i -. . noon. Eleven members responded to roll call by giving a Garden Hint. At the close of the business meeting the following program was given: Mrs. Grant Bryant read an article, "The Easter Season," and a poem, "Mistake." A poem, "How Did You Die," was read by Mrs. Joe Tedford. Mrs. J. E. Rogers read a short sketch, "The Power of the Parsonage." Piano solo by Mrs. Donald Dunbar. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Prairie Star News The ladles Prairie Star Aid meet today, Thursday, with Mrs. Arta Morley. Helen Hewitt missed school Monday on account of illness. O. Schudder and family arrived Saturday evening from Missoula, Montana, and visited Saturday and Sunday in the Roy Fine home. Wilda Hiley visited his daughter, Mrs. Willard Campbell and family, Saturday night. '". •Mi; and Mrs.-Lloyd Chandler and son Paul Robert, visited his sister, Mrs. ; Bud Brown and family Sunday. of meetings, preaching Sabbath P astor will preach on "Christ, the legume payment, evening in the Church at 7:30. j the H °V e of Man. 1 ; The bap- Payment for the planting of Young People's meeting. Lead- , tism . ° r the church will be offer- forest trees will be made at the er, Donald Layne. ! *° either babies or adults dur- | rate of $5 per acre when plant- THE PREACHER SAYS: Those ; ing tne morning service. ed on crop land or pasture land who live by faith and wear the ; At 8:0 ° p - M - a religious between Jan. 1, 1936, and Sept. in heaven." garments of hope and practice ] dram a presents the story of the way of love will share in the Easter. It was written by the unsearchable riches of God. And P ast or. God knows how poor some of us | We extend unto you a cordial are in the heavenly treasures. | invitation to attend these ser"Lay up for yourselves treasures y i ces In the midst of any holiday festivities which might occur for you on Easter day, do not forget that the day signifies the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.—T. K. WORLD OFFERING SERVICE. Place what ever you can in the envelope and Easter offer- CHURCH OF CHRIST I. G. Randels, pastor 10:15 Church School 11:00 Morning Worship 6:30 Christian Endeavor 7:30, Feature Sunday Night Service. The young people have charge of the evening service with choir and drama. They present "Thomas Johns Good Friday, a splendid Easter drama. An offering will be taken for Home Missions. Sunday morning there will be an appropriate Easter : -sermon dealing with the risen Christ. Remember, a 15-minute prayer period r before evening . ser-vice. '•••'• - : -'-" : Christ is risen! Have you a word of praise, an offering to (make for the glorious hope in'a Service in as turn ing. Hand it to your Sunday School teacher or to the pastor. . . ••..•';•PRISCILLA CIRCLE.; *.. T he Priscilla circle will meet.in.th many '.instance^ ~ is "more" "than* church on Thursday afternoon April 9. Hostesses will be; i Mrs Helen - Ethington, Pennebaker, and Reynolds. 30, if the plantings are made in accord with the state forestry recommendations. Class 2 payments for these soil building practices will not be made when labor, seed or materials are provided free by any state or federal agency. Proof of performance will be a good stand of a legume or legumes. Application of limestone to crop or pasture land, at the rate of 2 or more tons an acre, will spay thoroughly h e a i so that the sprays be using t order Put on f sufficient pressure .so that* 7 QO ir n t-\ rJ ft,,, t i, i . 'I leav and fruit is completely t ered with, the spray materij Salem Affairs 1 Miss Leatha Riley ant | Louise. Wilson of Prescott v ity called at the Leo Wray i last Tuesday evening. Roy Dotson has been Clyde Kempton with somepioil ing the past two weeks. Mrs. Leo Wray and son ] and Dale accompanied Leatha Riley home Friday, Millerton. They visited at' home of Mr. and Mrs. Riley, and returned home i day evening. Leo Wray sold a valuable t horse to a buyer in last Tuesday. Mrs. Leo Wray helped': 3 n tfwi .-.»i *9 T^il ___ _ ^: ' j r ...jj be eligible for a payment of' Raymond Riley one $2.50 >n acre. The lime must week,,'with some pa' ^applied between Jan.;i and,;: Quite,a,number, Mrs. ; :AunIs OF TIME. Please note Commencing with the Sunda> i after Easteir our evening ser vices will start one half hour later than at the present time Earl Leach called on his par-'risen Christ. He brought life' ?L pv i° r< ?, Lea S"e will start a 7:00 P. M., and the evening worship service at 8:00. SPRING FEVER What is spring fever? You know it isn't a disease but you do feel tired. It is simply a sluggish body. If the organs of your body are doing their full duty you will feel fine and will be 'up on your toes" at alUimes. Chiropractic adjustments put the body in condition to do its work as it should. Elimination should be good and Chiropractic adjustments keep the eliminative parts of the bodv working and doing their duty, thus removinp the accumulated poison from the body. 'Use Chiropractic adjustments to regain health and use Chiropractic adjustments to keep your health. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Or E. R, Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office 2 Blocks West of Telephone Office—Phone 114 ents Sunday evening. Grace Clipson attended the musical recital in Creston Saturday. The P. T. A. meeting was held last Friday evening was very interesting. A play, "A Day in Traffic Court," song, "She'll Be Coming 'round the Mountain," by Ray Hewitt, Raymond Strange, Willard Campbell and Harley Morley; discussion on moving pictures by Mrs. Hugh Clipson and Mrs. Willard Campbell; musical reading, Esther Morley; reading by Joyanri Clipson. A pot luck supper was served. Strange coincidences were disclosed when Harry C. Kinne of Wilmette, 111., met Harry C. Kinne of Watertown, N. Y., They discovered that they look much alike; that each has a son named Harry C., Jr.; each has a dughter, Ruth; each has a brother, C. E.; and each is a member of his home town council. They are not related, so far as they know. and immortality to light. Whal are you doing to show your appreciation? Every Christian present is an ounce of joy in the cordial oi your pastors cup. The same fc true with every faithful Christian. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's Society, 6:30 Sermon topic: The Resurrection. There will be an Easter party for the beginners, primary and juniors of the Sunday school at the church at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. While the beleif in life after death is not an exclusive, Christian belief, the resurrection of Christ has given more proof and greater emphasis to this teaching than is accepted by any other religion of the world. The Christian world commemorates on Easter Sunday the victory of Christ over sin and death. A CATCHY AD How people will respond to You Should Investigate J E R M I T E Your dealer has investigated the merits of JERMITE and is recommending JERMITE to the chick raiser of this community. POSITIVE FACTS JERMITE is an iron tonic JERMITE increases chick vitality JERMITE produces sturdier growth JERMITE costs less to use JERMITE is guaranteed Make Your Own Test Secure a regular $2.50 gallon of JERMITE for 81,75. Use according to directions and if the above facts are not correct, return the label from the bottle together with the sales slip from your dealer to the Tim Lake Laboratories, and we will refund your purchase price. Jermite is Good from the Chick to the Hen Protect Your Baby Chicks Against Colds With Blu V Spray For Sale By Tyler Pharmacy, Lenox Tim Lake Products. Inc., DCS Moines, Iowa something which appeals to their curiosity is illustrated hi a story from Budapest, where a bookseller circulated an advertisement, translated as follows "What must a young gir. know before marriage? From the book which I supply to order, the young girl will learn not what every young girl is told before marriage, but what the young girl of today will find it indispensable to know if she is to prove herself really modern. For reasons easily to be understood, it is not advisable to sell such a book over the counter, but on receipt of the price, four pengoe, it will be sent, discreetly packed, to any address." The price quoted is about the equivalent of one dollar, so orders poured in by the thousands. Not only young girls, but persons of both sexes and all ages, bought eagerly in the expectation of thrills. The books were delivered as promised, but were found disappointing. Some customers prosecuted the bookseller for fraud, but he was acquitted. It was held by the court that the books sold through the advertisement really contained information which a "young girl should know before marriage." They were cook books. When Jesse Baker of Phila- dephia was a baseball hero and the home run king of his day more than half a century ago, his invalid mother was sometimes able to attend the games and cheer her husky son. When Jesse died at the age of 76, his mother attended his funeral at the age of 101. Charles Wolf, a despondent 15 year-old New York boy, has given up the idea of drowning himself, at least until warmer weather comes. He jumped into East River, but quickly climbed out again, and when ques tioned said: «'J intended to but the water sored by- program ;was« the Crestbn' •;;) the^i .•base,.for .each,, acre in colteee Indhfeh vZr exceed to. ''a .farmer cannot total of .$1 per acre for all of •his f'soil conserving" acreage. The Class 2 payments are in addition to the larger per acre Class 1 payments. FRUIT GROWERS WILL BE NOTIFIED The county agent, Robt. M. Davie has just completed arrangements with S. W. Edgecombe, Extension Horticulturist of Iowa State College, whereby he will be able to notify anyone interested concerning the proper time to spray their fruit trees and small fruits throughout the season. Anyone desiring this service may secure it by notifying the Farm Bureau office at Bedford at once. This timely information is offered to the fruit growers through the cooperation of the Extension Entomologists, path- Vincent Miller of OrriSi: has been -visiting the . with his sister and husban! and Mrs. June Brokaw. A sure sign', of spring- galore. Rev. and Mrs. Chas Colynl family were dinner guests I day at the Christie St< home, east of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey called on the Wm. Burk family Sunday afternoon. Wm. Miller and girls, and Helen,.'were Sunday cal at the June Brokaw home. Mrs;. Anna Hamilton sons, Lowell and Lynn, t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wrt| Walter. 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