Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 4
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GETTY! Arlo Presbyterian ,• ; article, "The Missionary Meeting Thursday, April 30 The Annette Newcomer Missionary Society, is meeting today at the home Of Mrs. T. J. Kil- llon. Please note change of date and hostess. Chapter FW, P. E. O., is meet- Ing this evening with Mrs. H. C. Kiiliori. Friday, May 1 O. E. S. Group meeting at Osceola this afternoon and even- Ing. A Missionary Tea and program will be given this afternoon at the MethodLst church. This afternoon is Exhibition MOTHERS' DAY SUNDAY, MAY 10 The second Sunday in May, May 10th, is Mothers' Day. What would be a finer gift for mother for that occasion than a new Permanent Wave? Our waves are put in after a careful study of the hair and the shape of the head so that the result will be all that anyone could want. A wave, to be beautiful, should bring out the personality of the person who wears it. Phone 19 for appointment THELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP day at the school. The grades and various other departments will exhibit hand work. Doors open at 2 o'clock to the public. Visit the Commercial department at 2:45 or 3:45 for detn- onsration work. Saturday, May 2 Mrs. Frank Maharry will be hostess to the meeting of the Aulora Mclntyre Missionary society at her home this afternoon. Monday, May 4 Past Matrons club will meet Monday, May 11. Please note change in date. Wednesday, May 6 Lenox Fortnightly club is meeting today at the home of Mrs. J. J. Walter, with pot luck refreshments. > M. F. C. Ladies will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Phil Ridgeway. Mrs. Anna A special meeting of the Presan article, byterian Missionary society was I For the. program Richard iiaii'arr" president's Job." i Wainwright read "kow Does Your Garden Grow?" j held at the home of Mrs. George Bridge was played during the cheese last Saturday afternoon, social hour. Mrs. Fred Childsj Mrs. L. T. Knotter, Mrs. Ed held high club score and Mrs ; Gordon and Mrs. Finn Gray Alta Paymal held high guest gave reports of the Presbyterial meeting which was held in Bed- serve a missionary tea in the| Rev., Thompson, church. Everyone is urged to worked^out! an. be present. Looking Forward May 10th. Mothers Day. There will be special services this day ( to which my own people to enable you to pay tribute to Brother Thompson's are your mother. Why not attend j dially asked to be present. score. Refreshments were served by ford on Tuesday. the hostess, assisted by Miss Emily Nelson. The May 6th ' Family meeting will be at the home of Reunion ' Mrs. J. J. Walter, with pot luck refreshments. Meeting of G. C. W. Club Mns. Edith Afiller was hostess to the G. C. W. Club, Thurs- A family reunion was held at the Irving Shafer home Sunday When children and grandchildren gathered to spend the day. Harmony Reading Circle will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Lillian Donaldson. Thursday, May 7 The ladies of the Presbyterian church will have their annual Silver Tea at the church this afternoon, May 7th. A program and refreshments. L. F. C. Club Meeting Mrs. Anna Wainwright was hostess at the regular meeting of the L. F. C. ladies at her home Wednesday afternoon, April 22. Twelve members and two guests were were present, Mrs. Alta Paymal of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Miss Emile Nelson. During the business meeting the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. J. H. Barber vice president, Mrs. Fred Aber nathy; secretary, Mrs. John Eberle; treasurer, Mrs. Anna Wainwright. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Shafer, Mr. and day, April 23, at an afternoon MJ S> Irving Shafer and sons meeting. The afternoon was Don and Bobby Gene, and Mr. spent quilting and sewing quilt and M^. W ilbur Shafer, Jr., and blocks, daughter Barbara Jean, all of Seventeen members answered, Bellview, Nebr., besides Mr. roll call. The next meeting will Shafer and daughter, Miss Etta be in two weeks with Mrs. Jen- Shafer. nie Evans for an afternoon meeting. Visitors were Mrs. Billie Crow, Mrs. Johnnie Beck and Mrs. Raymond Miller. Refreshments were served. Entertained Guests, Sunday Entertained Sunday Guests Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Liggett and family of Chariton, Edna , Stansell and friend of Osceola, M;r and Mrs. Burl Pfander :Mr and Mrs Bm Brown and and family entertained at dm- famil of Aft Mr _ and Mrs _ ner Sunday m honor of the Earl gmith of Dlagonal . birthdays of Mi', and Mrs. W. j H. Pfander, Mr. Chris Trost and Meeting of Donald Pfander. (Thursday Girls At noon relatives came with < MifiS Berta Sanders and ^ well filled baskets which was a O. L. Davis were hostesses to the SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TIM LAKE PROnUCTS, Inc., distributors of JERMITE, BLU-V-SPRAY and WURMITE, take pleasure in announcing the association of Dr. Peter Malcolm, State Yeternarian of the State of Iowa, 1920-1933, with our organization. Tim Lakes Products, Inc., has established a research department and poultry clinic, under the personal supervision of Dr. Malcolm, rendering a service to all interested in the raising of better poultry. .->£>V ' r V'-' Take advantage of this service by writing Dr. Malcolm for information concerning the health and care of your poultry. This bureau is for your convenience, and shall be operated on Dr. Malcolm's life long theory that "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE" Ask Your Dealer Tyler Pharmacy, Lenox Tim Lake Products. Inc., DCS Moines, Iowa surprise to the hostess and meefci Qf ^ Thursda Gitls guests. Ice cream and angel at Hotel Len ]ast ^^^ food cake were served m the afternoon . afternoon The cakes were, seventeen members were pres- bakedI by Mrs. Port MiUer and enfc ^ Lolefca wag Mrs^ Burl Pfander. i ,. Refreshments were ser . Those present were Mr. and yd b ^ hostesses. Mrs. Chris Trost, Mr. and Mrs. • W. H. Pfander, Mrs. Anna Kir-' woman's Relief by, Mr. and Mrs. Port Miller and corps Meeting family, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Rey-1 ,, ,, . „ , . nolds and family, Mrs. Nori' ***' Mary Hayes^ was hostess Bunn and Donald, Mr. and M-^^^^^LJ*'^ Cloyd Plander and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Plander and family. ,<~: Thursday afternoon. Ten members and three guests were present. The guests were Mrs. Harry Lock, v Mrs. J. T. Lemon and Miss Irene Hayes. The afternoon was spent in dirter&it Sunday 1 Suriday night I wijj preach at the tinited Presbyterian church and cbr- My church on Mothers' Day and topic will be the "Saddest .Words thus show your respect for your i E v e r Spoken by Jesus,'* a straight Gospel sermon. At a later date he will come to our mother? May 17th.. This Sunday will be observed as Communion Sun- j church. day. Each one is invited to On Sunday night,' May 10, we partake, with us on that day, have bu!r appreciation service. Each member is asked to write at least five letters of appreciation to someone who serves in the church, 01* Someone who has served you or the community faithfully. Some of these letters will be read without giving names of writer if preferred. Rosary Society Met at Hotel The Rosary Society of St. t M ., . . Patrick's church was entertain- sewin & for the h °s te ss ed at Hotel Lenox Friday after-, luck refreshments were "served.; noon, April 24, with 30 present, 1 J he ^meeting will be,at including .the following guests: ™ e Legion hall. Mrs. Alta Paymal, Mrs. Harry . . ." ; . Harrison, .Miss Lizzie Bridge- • „!?* ,£*¥?• K," : "- '•^•-;S^\ •jvjoj, •>•••'• 'iM. E. Church •• - •••••••- - Ifter the business meeting' ^ocial T^toji « the Methodist Mrs. O'Dell read "The Life o? S, h , u 5 ch w f ts h ^ at the church Vincent Ferr^,'' The rest of ^^ _ after ^°?' ^^.,!^^ of the elements symbolizing the communion of Christ. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES Rev.. W. A. Thompson Bible School, 10 a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a.m., 8 p.m. Y.P.C.U., 7 p.m. The services of the church will be resumed again next Sabbath day at the usual hour. The pastor has returned from a business engagement and wishes to express his appreciation of the courtesy extended to him by the congregation in granting this brief leave of absence. Five of our Young People went to our church in Clearfleld last Sabbath evening and had charge of the evening church services. Talks of an inspiring and Christian character were given by Grace Clipson, Robert Bennison and Hal Dean Moyle. Joan Clipson sang a solo accompanied by her sister, Grace Clipson. Mrs. Everett Kennedy went as their sponsor . Robert Layne was also present as a representative from our local Young Peoples' Society. Such work as this by -the Young People of the church is constructive in the life of the church and the development of Christian character. A double quartet of the young men of the church are going to sing in the revival nieeting 'at the Federated Church in Corning Sabbath evening, May 3. They will accompany the pastor who is preach- ng the closing sermon in ' the evival meetings. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knbt'ter v pastor ',', Sunday School, 10 a'.m. ' Morning Worshijp, il a.m.' •': Entered ^ assecond7 ter. March 2, 1904 office In Lenox i of advance . THURSDAY, AT 15-minutes of" testimonials will service. If that is night this service will |» poned until the day night. NO SKIPS NO CROWDING JOHN DEERE NO. CORN PLANTER the afternoon was.spent in play- members present.. Refreshments were served by the hostessefs, 5 i S2'w2r.23£ "25 r SfS'- "* DDnaldson and Mr S ..o;pell. ^s. McOrew. Refreshments were served by the .hostess, Mrs. Boylan, assisted by Mrs. Warren Riggs, Mrs. Robert Ambrose,. and Mrs. May Miller. Priscilla Circle Meeting The regular meeting of the Priscilla Circle of the Methodist church was held at the church, Thursday afternoon. Twenty members were present. A sack lunch was served. CONSTIPATION Constipation ,4s a; sluggishness of the bowels due to deficient peristatic motion of their walls. It is the movement of the bowel walls that propels its contents, hence if the movement be decreased or stops, the fecal matter is not evacuated or not properly evacuated. Obstinate constipation is a term as old as the hills and is applied to those cases in which a movement cannot be secured by ordinary methods of physic of enemas. It results from prolonged over-stimulation of the intestines by physic , until they become weak and refuse to work. What is the cause of constipation? Are the bowels worn out? What is the cause of the peristaltic motion? This motion of the intestines is regulated by the brain and when this brain stimulation is shut off the intestines discontinue their work. This brain stimulation reaches the intestines by means of the spinal cord and the nerves leading therefrom. When certain segments of the back bone slip slightly from place and press on these nerves this stimulation is shut ,off. The Chiropractor removes this pressure and nature sets about relieving the constipation and goqd health returns. ;, X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Dr E. R. PeimebakeK CHIROPRACTOR r ^Olllce 2 BlocJu West of Telephone Office—Phone 11« meeting of the Aid Society of the Church of Christ, Friday afternoon. Twelve members and three guests, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Hegwood, were present. The afternoon was spent in visiting and sewing. Refreshments were served by the hos- Aid Society Meeting Mrs. I. G. Randels and mother were hostesses |to her the G. V. C. Meeting at Hotel Lenox Mrs. W. W. Walker was /hostess to the meeting of the G. V: C. ladies Tuesday evening at Hotel Lenox. Seventeen members were present. Roll call— Flower Arrangements. For the. program Mrs. Harry Stoner read a paper on "Manitou, Colorado." Mrs. LeVerrie Roll sang two numbers, "Songs My Mother Taught Me," and "Grandmother's Love Letters." Mrs. Frank Maharry read two poems written by Mildred Walker, "That's Springtime," and "May." Following a few games of bridge, Mrs. O. E. Bricker was holding high club score. Mrs. Roy Long will be hostess to the club May 12. Roll call 'Spring Garden Hints." Refreshments were served by the hostess. G. V. C. Dinner Bridge Party 'The G. V. C. ladies entertain:d with a pot luck dinner bridge at Hotel Lenox Friday evening, April 24. The husbands were e invited guests. Bridge was played at six tables. Harry Stoner and Mrs. O. B. Bricker each received a traveling prize. Mrs. Knotter Entertained Dorcas Society The Dorcas society of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Tuesday, assisting Mrs. L. T. Knotter Mrs. ,A. I. Gray was hostess. Fourteen members were present and refreshments were served. Faculty Party Monday Evening The faculty dinner and bridge party was held at Hotel Lenox Monday evening. Misses Olive Dunbar and Darlene Benson were the committee in charge. Following the play of bridge, Miss Marie Evans and Warren Gaer each received a high score prize- —Time Table want ads are inexpensive and produce big results. M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, Pastor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 7:00 p. m. Epworth League 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship On Sunday morning the pastor will preach on "My Relation to Man." Following the morning sermon the thank offering for the Women's Foreign Missionary Society will be taken. At the evening worship service the pastor will preach on "The Confession of Faith." We extend unto you a cordia invitation to attend our services. Many a man who claims he does not believe in missions does so because he does not wish to contribute to the mission cause financially.—T. K. MISSIONARY TEA. On Friday, May 1, the Women|s Foreign Missionary Society wil T:G;:Rahdels, pastor 10:15; Church School 11:00», Mor ning Worship 1: 00 Christian Erideavpr 8:00, Evening 'Service. The John Deere No. 999 Corn Planter "hit-and-miss" planting a thing of,the i drops the correct number of kernels ih; v , for 1 the biggest yields. No skips—no crowding,] I Plants two, three or four kernels td thef You can change the count simply by shift ; a foot lever. Drilling distances chahg^ ; as easily. With or without tongue truck. Tractor hitch, safety fertilizer attachment IV: -attacKmenT'availableKHGome nt— : ' : IMPLEMENT COMPANjt 82 x 11, letterhead size, boxed 500 sheets typewriter, used with 81.50 $1.00 75( : 2% state tax must be added to above prices. Table V-.'»!*•

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