Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on April 9, 1936 · Page 8
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THE L1NOX TlMte TABLJ& LENOX, IOWA Joe Probasco, salary — 20.00 Harry Haynes, gasoline .. 8.01 Dixon Motor Co, supplies 18.40 Water Fund First Natl Bk, int on warrant 94.33 C V Haynes, labor, RATE--lOc per line for first show cause, if any they have, team "^ insertion:' 5c ,pee>llne each in-:why said instrument should not B J Brown, labor 10.00 sertion 'hereafter. Display clas-'be probated and allowed as and McKesson-Churchill, IJfiaSHSaSESjasaSHifc^^ Candidates Announce sifled, 25c per inch. For FOR SALE — Quality Chicks. Nine years of blood-testing and culling for egg production assures you of quality in Corning Hatchery Chicks. Phone 141W. Corning, Iowa. 28-tf FOR SALE—Dry stove wood, also alfalfa hay in barn. W. F. Tripp & Sons, Kent. 26-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 for the last Will and Testament alum 75.24 Of Said deceased. Economy Store, supplies Dated at Bedford, Iowa, March Arlo Richard, labor, team 31st 1936. | Carl Kimball, labor, team FRANK HERRIOTT, : Gamble Store, supplies . Clerk of District Court. jWest Motor Express, Published in the Lenox Time Table, April 9-16-23, 1936. .61 8.00 3.00 4.63 .60 4.00 B H Manroe, labor 25.20 freight P I Gray, labor .... Lt Plt> Town Council Proceedings^ 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 For Rent FOR RENT — 2 lots. Margaret Schaub. 28-2p Wanted WALLPAPER CLEANING—and odd jobs. Satisfaction guaranteed. Jim Pierce, phone 43-R. 28-1 WANTED —, Custom Hatching. We guarantee 85% hatch. Corning Hatchery. Phone 141W. .•'.-.-•,•. '. . . 28-tf WANTED — A caretaker for Grove Center Cemetery. See F. OVBecherer, Township Clerk, Sharpsburg, ''la., Route 1. 28-2p FOR SALE — Milk cow. W. H. Stock.-Lenox Phone 170J. 28-lp WANTS FARM WORK—Harold F. Ethington. 28-2p Legal NOTICE Of Probate of Will No. 4084., March Term, 1936. STATE OF COUNTY.— SS; IOWA, TAYLOR TO ADL WEtOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that fin instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of G. W. Davis deceased;, dated September IStri, 1924, having,.toeen this day filed. opened and'jj}* 4th day of May, 1936, is'flxe'd for hearing proof of same at the Court House in »3dford, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court, and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and April 1st, 1936, Lenox, Iowa. A special meeting of the Town Council of Lenox, Iowa was held on the above date for the purpose of paying bills and finishing up work for the year. Mayor Cassill and all members of the Council were present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved after the following addition v^as made: Councilman Tyldr asked that his vote on the matter of his appointment to the Water-works Board of Trustees be entered as voting YEA. The following bills were audited by the finance committee: Consolidated—General H. Roy Long, election clerk $ 5.40 H. T. Cheese, election clerk 5J40 C B Cassill, election judge 5.40 Roy Nelson, election . : judge 5vlO C G Preston, election ; • judjge 5.40 Ind School Dist, rent ... 6.72 C Pearson, salary, 4 dogs 6*2.00 Retta Goodale, salary, postage 15.58 W C Lewis, salary, exp .. 17.10 B Cassill, salary, postage 13.30 C G Preston, 10 mtgs .. 10.00 V H Tyler, 8 mtgs 8.00 John Eberle, 10 mtgs 10.00 W H Madden, 10 mtgs .. 10.00 Roy Nelson, 10 mtgs 10.00 Mary E Orr, care > room 2.50 test plug JO C Bassett, supplies , Floyd Dahlberg, labor John Krohmer, labor . Estel Garage, supplies Roy Welch, labor 27.80 93 83 3.09 1.40 6.50 20.75 5.22 .75 50.00 6.60 15.39 1.10 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 C9unty, 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 Joe Probasco, salary .... Harry Haynes, gasoline . Dixon Motor Co, supplies W B Shaw, supplies Electric Light Fund R E Poindexter, Agt, freight 146.46 Shell Petro Corp, fuel oil 273.98 Ballard-Hassett Co, interest ' 462.00 R L Stoaks, salary 50.00 F E Strunce, salary 100.00 Wm Severn, salary 90.00 Munic Lt Pit, office exp 1.53 Beck Bros, gas & oil 4.14 M A Fleming, supplies .. 1.85 Moores Ser Sta, gasoline 1.74 Dixon,Motor Co, storage 3.00 W B Shaw, supplies 10.65 Munic Water Wks, water 7.61 Graybar Elec Co, lamps 13.91 Diesel Serv Co, oil 66.87 Amer Elec Co, supplies . 29.88 Terry-Durin Co, supplies 3.84 Fairbanks-Morse Co, (Supplies ... 5.87 League la.' Munic, dues .. 10.00 Ballard-Hassett Co, - "•' • interest"..... •".......... 135.00 la D M Natl Bk & Tr Co, interest 30.00 Fidelity Svgs Bk, interest' ' 3lOO City Hall Fund W B Shaw, supplies .... 4.75 Consolidated Sewer Fund W B Shaw, supplies 2.20 Consolidated Light Fund Munic Lt Plant, st Its .. 142.91 It was moved, seconded and passed that bills be allowed as read and warrants drawn on treasurer for same. It was moved by Madden and seconded by Neison that Coun- FOR STATE SENATOR To the Republican voters of Adams and Taylor Counties: , I am a candidate for the Re| publican Nomination for the of- i flee of State Senator from the j Sixth Senatorial District of Iowa ; which is composed of Adams and 1 Taylor Counties, subject to your approval at the Primary Election on June 1st, 1936. I O. J. KIRKETEG Bedford. Norrls Bunn, labor .. 1.25 M A Fleming, supplies .. 1.85 Fred Manroe, labor-team 11.50 Mijler Chav Co, supplies 1.25 Munic Lt Pit, hall Its .. 7.03 Parrott & Sons Co, sup .. 12.29 Lenox Time Table, publ, printing 42.37 Harper Brush Co, brooms 18.36 H, P Stoner, dragging ... 6.75 L B Carruthers, salary, exp 43.22 Rena Carruthers, book- work 21..00 O C Bassett, supplies 1.40 Floya Dahlberg, labor ... 5.00 John Krohmer, labor .... 10.25 Estel Garage, supplies .. 5.23 Roy Welch, labor 3.75 : t Disease Uefinned Question: What brings about such mech- i anical disturbances in the body—in other words, i what causes sickness? Answer: The ordinary wear-and-tear of life; the innumerable incidents and accidents to which everybody is hourly liable. These ,may be grouped as follows: (1) Falls, jars, blows, wrenches, and other forms of force expended upon the body from without. (2) Faulty posture, strains, wrenches, twists, and immediate disturbances from overexertion, such as lifting or spasmodic effort to recovery from falls or to avoid threatened injury—force acting within the body. (3) Contraction of muscles, fasciae, and ligaments from draughts or infections, as in acute "colds," or as a reflex resulting from disturbance in any part of the body. These mechanical disturbances — osteopathy has now fully demonstrated—are first in importance in upsetting health; in producing, sooner or later, ills functional or structional, acute or chronic, "medical" or "surgical." Osteopathy has thus emphasized an important class of disturbances in the science of pathology, to wit: this very common disease factor, the tissue lesion, a real first cause of most disease. Dr. M. J. Sluss OSTEOPATfflC 0f HOTEL BLJD cil adjourn. Motion carried. C. B. CASSILL, Mayor." W. C. LEWIS, Clerk. ; "NEW ADMINISTRATION" Lenox, Iowa, April 6th, 1936. The Council of the Incorporated Town of Lenox, Iowa', met in called ssesion at 12:00 o'clock noon for the purpose of organizing as by law required. The oath of office was given by Clerk Lewis to the following: Mayor W. H. Madden, Councilmen O. P. Arnold, W. H. Cash, L. F. Davis and B. F. Wurster. It was moved, seconded and passed that Council adjourn to call of the Mayor. W. H. MADDEN, Mayor W. C. LEWIS, Clerk. Lenox, Iowa, April 6th, 1936. The Council of the Incorporated Town of Lenox, Iowa met in session as a Board of Review with the following members present: Mayor Madden and Councilmen Arnold, Cash, Davis and Wurster. Assessor D. L. Cairter was present at the meeting and presented the Assessors books to the Board of Review for their conideration. After the books were examined it was moved, seconded and passed that they be approved and accepted as presented. W. H. MADDEN, Mayor W. C. LEWIS, Clerk. Lenox, Iowa, April 6th, 1936. The Council met as a Board of Health as by law required with Mayor Madden in the chair and Councilmen Arnold, Cash, Davis and Wurster present. It was moved by Arnold and seconded by Cash that Dr. K. R. Huff be appointed Health Officer for the coming year. The motion carried by a unanimous vote of the Board. It was moved, seconded and passed that Council adjourn as Board of Health. W- H. MADDEN, Mayor W. O. LEWIS, Clerk. 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 SHERIFF J hereby announce..that I will fae 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 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. H. E. NEVIN, New Market 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 voters 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 the approval of the Republican voters at the Primary Election on June 1, 1936. GEORGE A. SCHOENMANN. • Blockton FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Shenl! of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters in the Primary Election to be held June I/ 1936. E. P. SIMPSON, Bedford FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candl- didacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sherl'J of Taylor county, subject t,o 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 FOR AUDITOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Auditor of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary Election June 1, 1936. THOS. L. KUHN, Bedford. iimiiimiimiimiimiimiiiiiiiiimimi School (Continued from page one) iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifmiiiiifiiHiii Friday ended the contest in favor of June Caldwell's side. The losing side will have to treat the winners. The Civil War is the big topic in history. Easter lilies are being made in art class.. Fifth grade duties: Keep library flic, David Miller. Water flowers, Louetta. Smith, Dean Roe. Gather up papers, June Caldwell. Pass out papers, Marilou Hufnagle, Ted Knotter. Pass out books, Bob Manroe, Jean Teatsworth, Paul Ethington, Vivian Moore. Take up books, Doris Jean Elder, Margretta Boone, Donald Krohmer. Inspect desks, Raymond Abbit, Rose Mary Schaub. Hold cloakroom doors, Enid Barnes, Bob Gray. Doorkeeper, James Calvin. In arithmetic they are studying, the division of fractions. Raymond Abbitt has been absent from this grade. Sixth Grade These pupils are studying prepositions in language. Last Friday there were sixteen A's in spelling. Percentage is the new topic in arithmetic. An arithmetic contest was held last week on decimals. Results of the contest are: Addition of decimals, 1st place, Robert Kilby and Roland Pennebaker; 2nd place, Marian Wurster and Betty Reynolds; 3rd place, Richard. Preston and Lois Brokaw. • Subtraction of decimals: 1st, Robert Kilby, Richard Preston and aoland Pennebaker; 2jnd, Earl Richards, Betty Reynolds, Luella Deaver and Roger Kelly; 3rd, Wendell Randels. Multiplication of decimals: 1st, Roger Kelly and Robert Kilby; 2nd, Marian Wurster, Earl Richards and Luella 'Deayer; 3rd, Roland Pennebaker. Division of decimals: 1st, Robert Kilby; 2nd, Earl Richards, Gene Holben, Charles Barteau, Marion Wurster and Roger Kelly; 3rd, Louise Kimball, Roland Pennebaker, Dylorus Marshall and Luella Deaver. '.';• Louise Kimball, Richard Preston and Wendell Randels have been absent. Eighth Grade Africa is the new topic in geography. They have been studying farm crops in agriculture. Venetian posters were made in art class. Several Lenox people took the opportunity to attend the district music contest in Creston. It was an excellent display of music accomplishments along every line. The Lenox high school students are to have the pleasure of hearing some of the Mt. Ayr musicians some day this week, it is hoped. No definite day has been set as yet. Anyone outside of the school are cordially invited to attend this program. Further information will be sent out through the school children. The entertainment will be those who won superior ratings at the district contest and are eligible for the state contest. The play, "The Marlenburg Necklace' 'has been selected by the seniors to be given sometime in the next five weeks. Tryouts were held Wednesday at four. The senior class held a meeting last Tuesday morning and selected the motto, "Out of the Harbolr—Into the Sep.." They voted lavendar and silver for their class colors. They decided on a white tea rose for their class flower. A representative from the Woltz studios in Des Moines took pictures of the basketball boys and girls squads and also the football squad, last Thursday. These pupils made new records in typing: Words per min Robert Bennison 0 = i Louise Locke George Hayes EASTER Wake up early—Eat bacon and ee^ « , the kiddies hunt Easter Eggs — DoU?, those new Spring togs—Go to church a big dinner of Southern Style Baked Aint it a grand and glorious day? Chrysanthemum, Breath, Columbine opsis, Phlox, ShaSa ies, Carnations, aS popular varieties. plant individually peel in Peat and proof paper. Wrann nes complete -* and cultural instructions. Per Package PEACHES Del Monte, Sliced or halves APRICOW Del Monte Halves] 1! No. 2'/2 can Ginger Ale 3 s& 25 'I • ^r i » » Lime Rickey or white soda & 1 bottle FREI orange, strawberry, grape, lemon, etc. inpoii plus bottle deposit Easter Candy Easter Eggs, 3 sizes, Ib Easter Eggs, -| ~ decorated, ea. __ -*-*•' These eggs are from the Easter Rabbit Fresh Foods RADISHES 2 ^<* •• Vhiimstlmci tJv/ bunches BANANAS Fancy Yellow ; lbs , Seeds Northern Growii., tatoes. Seeds, package! and bulk. ' Onion Sets, M - CELERY I P er "| A,* | bunch ___•_ -LUC ASPARAGUS | tender, fresh, 1 A bunch JLUL/ will hold a bake sale here Saturday. PACON Morells' Best, sliced grinded, HAM Morrells' Pride, J V 2 ,ham, PABST-ETT The cheese that spreads, JffJ CHEESE Colby style with real Mrs. Chester Plybon and children of Nehawka, Nebr., and Mrs. L. A. White of Omaha Mrs. Bruce Hargin and Lorraine visited over the week end with relatives in Clarinda and Shenandoah. Paul Owens visited Saturday evening at Robert Harvey's Mrs. Ralph Round, Helen and Jeane and Veda Leonard were -hopping in Bedford Saturday Chris schaffer was a dinner est Sunday at the John Kroh mer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs wS Beck and family, Mi-, and Mrs. Groves ^d Miss Eunice and Mr. « Mr and Mrs. Roy Helms of Haryey Thw-e will be a 4-H meeting .^ Prairie Gem school house ' evening, April 10. | Mr- and Mrs. George Fereu :»n and Ronald Hinshaw " popping in Bedford Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Harley were Crestoii ors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn '. and son visited in the I Nelson home Friday even! Clyde Owens and family] Shenandoah visitors Saw Frank Nelson and famll!| ited at' the Clyde Owens I Sunday evening. tmwmmmm Professional Can GEO. L. GOOD OPTOMETRIST Byes Examined GlasseiJ GOODALE JEWELRY Lenox, Iowa 4 0. P. ARNOI Funeral Director] Licensed Enibal Lenox, Iowa J. H. BARB! Funeral Director 1 Licensed Embal Lerio;x, Prairie Gem Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker e tained Mr. and Mrs. Alpha in Tenor, Sunday ° f her Attorney and Counsellor < Farmers & Merchants F" n Bedford, I<? General Practice in State and P e Special Attention GjV«P-, Prank Wisdom Federa Special attention gl«8 *f ment of esta«* Bedford. Jo**

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