Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 5
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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THE Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Pennebak- night with Mrs. Moon's! j-er and children spent Sunday Mrs. Olive Mclntyre. : with Mrs. Pennebaker's mother, M rs. A. H. Capps, who has not ;Mrs. J. A. Dresner, at Sharps- been very well for some time, burg. went to Iowa City last week to j. Walter returned evening from Council iere she had been Visit-: Thursday at the home aughter, Mrs. W. K. and family. Mrs. Wal- iccomp'ani'ed to Council / heir daughter, Mrs. leihing of Clay Center, who had been visiting several days. Rexall Radio Ic Sale. the programs—See the this Tues., and Sat. tiarmacy. Wed., Tylers (NIGHT irs., April 30 0 DANCE A A RIO Jood Music Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bassett were go through the clinic. She is a Mrs. Wm. Barrans and son) Shenandoah visitors last Satur- gues t O f her granddaughter, Mr. George Barrans drove to Mus-; day afternoon. j and ms Alfred Pantry> catine Saturday and were accompanied home by Mr. Bar- Mrs. Claude Dixon, Mrs. Nellie i Bryant, Mrs. W. H. Cash, Mrs.' rans, who; is slightly improved. W H. Madden and Mrs Ben He will remain here for a while. Wurster were in Osceola Sunday "Fantasy Love." Dr. Donald afternoon attending a practice Laird gives a,psychologist's reas- session for the group meeting ons why people get "mushy" of the Eastern Star. over movie stars—exclusively in' Rex Haigldr, who broke his the American Weekly, the mag- leg again a week ago last Wed-, azine distributed with next Sun- nesday, has been brought home sta y at the home of day's Chicago Herald and Ex- from the hospital in Creston Mis - A - s - Fife - The condition of Mrs. Joe Boltinghouse remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and daughter Eunice were in Creston last Saturday. Mrs. George Henry went Corning Wednesday and Mr. to will and aminer. 4 Day Rexall Ic Sale this Wed., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. .Mammoth shipment of new drugs, soaps, perfumes, papetries, rubber gojoifg, candies and sundries'. Two for the price of one—plus Ic. Tyler's Rexall Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hewlett and Is now at the home of his | Mrs. Mills and Miss Alice Mad- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John den left this morning for Nor- Haigler. |tonville, Kansas, where this ev- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shafer,' ening they will attend a mus- Jr., and daughter Barbara Jean: ical in which Rowena Preston, of day Nebr., came Thurs- j granddaughter of Mrs. Mills, and visited in the Irving will have a part. They will vis- Shafer home until Wednesday. Mrs. L. B. Anderson and Mrs. SON: I0r. 1UC ichineless waterless most all other I methods of aves SHOP Thomas Lockhart last Saturday. Mrs. Roy Bush and Mrs. Frankie Miller spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Recknor. Mrs. Phil Ridgeway returned Wednesday from Blanchard, where she was a guest for several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thurman. Dr. and Mrs. Brown of Clar- (inda were Lenox visitors Sun- ; day afternoon. They were ac; companied home by Mr. and Msr. Fred Childs. Mrs. Arnold Walter of Quincy, HI., will arrive here the last of the week for a visit of a week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lockhart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bolte spent Sunday/in Corning, the guests of Mr!,and Mrs. Grover Bolte. .,. , ' J. P. Recknor -was quite ill for several days last week, but is now able to be out. Annual Rexall Ic Sale Wed., Thurs., Fri, Satx, this week. Watch for sale bills. Tylers Rexall Pharmacy. , r ' Mrs. John McCarroll of Des Moines is spending this, week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Richard. - ••; •••/' "• ... Wynri Page of Kaiisas City is visiting this 'Week ;with.< his mother, Mrs. Majcy Ann. Page, • Ben Wurster drove to Iowa City Saturday where they visited until Sunday afternoon with their son Robert. Robert has been employed in a Scott store there but the company has now transferred him to the Chicago office. i Mrs. L. B. Anderson and Gladys, Mrs. Wm. Dey Ermand and Mrs. Harold Wynn attended a show at Corning Monday evening. the to Cliff Walter, the State Highway Commission and Jack Wurster. Mrs. L. C. Boltinghouse is very ill with bronchial pneumonia. Several weeks ago Mrs. Boltinghouse fell and broke her arm. For one of her years she is seriously afflicted. Mrs .LeRoy Adams and little daughter Barbara Jane of Oma- it the wholesale houses in Kansas City before rteurning home Saturday^ Mrs. NelJie Bryant will have charge of the store during their absence. with her aunt, Mrs. Mills. _ 1 Mrs.. Jenniie Preston jand Dickie, and her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. A. S. Fife of Corning, returned Tuesday from Excelsior Springs^ Mr. and Mrs. John Salsbury of Omaha spent Monday .with Miss Iowa' Mullens. '•Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moon, .son Kenneth and" daughter Evelyn of Corning, visited over Tuesday L IZ? TP ' MMMMMMMMK wwfiwv and drive home to yourself this truth: It's FIRST in its field because it's PERFECTED pRAULIC BRAKES flu-Acting. 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'495 ^filler CKevrolet Company Lenox, Iowa Prairie Gem Frank Nelson and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lee Smith home in Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Barnhill guests Reimer home in Lenox. Thelma Harvey went to Des Moines Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Roy Helms. She returned home Sunday. Mrs. Frnak Nelson, Nina and Thelma were shopping in Creston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herbst were Creston visitors Friday. The P. T. A. held at the school house Friday night was well attended. A splendid program was enjoyed by all present. Refreshments of fruit sal- Mrs. Bessie Pennebaker of Lenox spent Wednesday of last week here visiting her mother, Mrs. Jesse Dresner. The men folks are having the Prc^sbyfrerian church re-shlng- led. Earl Farnham was a Creston visitor last week, getting repairs for his tractor. The dinner served at the M. E. church basement by the ladles, in honor of the basketball boys, was largely attended. Tuesday night the telephone board held a special meeting at the telephone parlor, the object of the meeting being to pur- ace a new telephone switch board, which will be installed soon. If all lines were repaired we will be able to have a number-one service. Miss Eva Clarke went to Clarinda last week, where she is employed. She will help care for the flower garden at home of Mrs. Jessie Shambaugh. Dallas Howes and family moved last week from the Young place east of town, to the Poster place south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Baugh of Prince Albert, Canada, came Saturday to visit relatives and friends for a week. Mrs. Baugh was formerly Miss Mary Brooks. Clem Hewitt was visiting at the A. C. Whipple home last week. Several from here attended the Barney circus at Bedford, Thursday. Mrs. Anna McArthur returned home Saturday from West Point, 111., where she had been visiting her sister. Raymond Dunbar of Creston was here Friday and Saturday, finishing plowing his patch of potatoes. Howard Key, Donald Smith and Earl Marshall returned home Thursday evening from ahd,,two children, ,,-land Mr. a$a;lMrf -V Gtstde t ! Mary Ann ' * G. Ay. 1 ' i&anfpaln visited^al' the Ellen Knbtt. home of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Grade 4, Ruby Fickess. Grade 3, Phyllis Grimm, Mar- Pennebaker. Grade 2, Dorothy- Mae Selders. Alice Fickess made ,100 per- Fred Blood purchased the cent in spelling ,for. the entire; Blue Grove church acreage and s * x weeks. the forty acres lying just south The Senior Class Play, Keep- of it. He paid $16 an acre for ing Up Appearances," will be Arams, Sunday afternoon.' ' Several from here went to Bedford Saturday, to receive their corn-hog checks. I the forty. presented Friday evening, May- relatives. Miss Adabell Pennebaker as Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Brown of l» at 8 o'clock, at the Presbyter- Lenox spent Sunday here with ian. church. The cast of characters is follows: Charles Mansfield, the father,. Loie Baker. , ( , f ,, Anna Mansfield, his wife,,' and children spent Sunday at Carol Shum. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 1 Joan Mansfield, their daugh- Underwood. , ter, Esther Mamblin. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaffer and j Lee Mansfield, a younger, daughters Arlene, Thelma, Mary daughter, Kathryn Hegwood. spent over the week end here with her parents. ; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Donaldson Lou, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frame. Grandma Lee, Mary Key. Alpheus Bent, a friend of the Chas. Boyden received word of Mansflelds, Ivan Gillett. the death of Jim Husten of I Julia Bent, his wife, Opal ; HUr- ; City, Nebr., who died her. Eric Ridgeway, an artist, Billy- Pawnee; City, Nebr., April 19. Mr. Husten lived here several years ago. Ernie Hegwood went to Creston Monday, to trade his auto, Lewellen. The play is directed by Mrs. Okla Dahlgren. on a truck, which he expects to! R- A. Griffin, state inspector use in local hauling. | of the southwest region, paid us Sharpsburg School Notes j a visit at school last Thursday The following pupilswere per- afternoon. He was pleased to 'ect in attendance the second see the work on our gymnasium six weeks: I progressing. Grade 1, Donald Aldredge, Es-> More men are being put -to ther Farnham, Dean McMahill. I work dn the new gymnasium. Mrs. Basil Mathis called on Mrs. Robert Harvey Saturday af - ( e~' t ~ of ~De7~Mouies,' "where "they i had been shelling and loading ternoon. Frank and Harley Nelson were Bedford visitors-Saturday, visitors Thursday. Mrs. Jim Tindall has quite ill the past week. new been HIGH-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE giving even better performance with even less gas and oil SOLID STEEL one-piece TURRET TOP a crown of beauty, o fortress of safety SHOCKPROOF STEERING* making driving easier and safer than ever before ALL THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES corn. Herman Boyden and helpers sand and gravel for the I gym, last week. Franklin Anderson and Roy Kearns unloaded 4 cars of building tile and bricks for the gym this week. Work on the gym Is progressing rapidly. Mrs. Grace Selders papered for Mrs. Carrie Arams, Saturday. Mrs. Mabel Piper was among those on the sick list last week. The Borden Produce Co. of Council Bluffs are placing equipment here for a cream Prairie Star Events Mrs. Nellie Leach returned home from , Kansas'. City, Ma, Monday, where she was called by the illness of her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Harold Leach. Mrs. Leach is improved at this writing. Mrs. Leland Campbell is on th sick list this week. MLss Cam- , station on Front Street, east of eron is doing the housework. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Olson spent the first of the week at the Campbell home. The Prairie Star Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Beatrice Hewitt last Thursday. Glenn Leach and Joan of Creston spent Sunday with W. H. Leach and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Campbell and son were Lenox shoppers Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Orville Shawlfer and Margaret Ann and Mrs. the White Rose Orien Winslow L Mr. and Mrs. Oil Station ; manager. Willie Wellei sons and Miss Doris Butler were i calling on Mrs. Lloyd Chandler daughter ; one evening last week. Miss Doris Denhart and pupils of Sunny Hill school, enjoyed trip to the woods Friday afternoon. John Nixon was a Corning caller one day last week. Verne Schofield visited Sun- Ollie day morning with Lloyd Chand- Grade 2, Doras McKay, Dorothy Mae Selders. Grade 3, Helen Louise Harmon. Grade 4, Howard John. Grade 1, Bernice Blair, Mary Ann Hamblin. Grade 8, Dora Marie Grimm, Russell Hegwood, Walter McMahill, Mildred Pennebaker. Grade 9, Cecil Huber, Darrell Huber, Orvis Lee. Grade 10, Leona Blood, Freda Oxley, Billy Scott. Grade 11, Eugene Miller, Eth- elmerle Pennebaker. Grade 12, Opal Huber, Mary Key, Billy Lewellen. The honor roll for the second six weeks included: Grade 2, Dorothy Mae Selders. Grade 4, Mary Louise Cundy, Car. Ruby Fickess. Grade 6,, Junior Selders; each day. They started pouring; cement for the foundation last. Friday morning. The Freshman and Sophomore classes entertained the faculty and high school students at a picnic at Blue Grove* last Friday afternoon. -i ' . YES, HAVE ONiT ! A BEE VAC CLEANER '• •: .';( '•' with a motor driven brush to clean the inside of your ( If your <car heats, pr; Grade 8, Richard Croft, Alice'your radiator IS full 6f Dora Marie OrimiHt, Pennebaker, Maynard Fickess, Mildred Stogdlll. Grade 10, Leona Blood, lone Foster. ' Grade 11, Lowell Baker, Eth- elmerle Pennebaker. Pupils making perfect spelling scores last week included: Grade 8, Alice Fickess, Paul Fickess, Dora Marie Grimm, Wfllt-pr MfMahlll Mildred Pen- ask Dr. Bare about; pur Radiator Flush Jobs.. He got one. , ..,-.' , ROLL SERVICE STATION" VERN and ALOE • itn««mmtmmmmmmmmmmnunmmm»m»m: Shawler spent Thursday after- ler. noon with Mrs. Beatrice Hewitt. Mrs. Raymond Miller and Read the want ads AND UP. Lulprwa oJNcuiStandardCoupe With bumpert, .. m d tircfuci, the lia price i* t20 a&tt- $20 additional. Prices quoted'in Ait aJter- tuemeni are list at Flint, Michigan, and lubject to chunat without notice. A Central Melon Value. .GROCERY DEPARTMENT GOLD DUST, large pkg., 1 bar Fairy soap BROWN SOAP, Big Ben, 6 bars WINDEX, Perfect Glass Cleaner MACARONI, NOODLES, SPAGHETTI, pkg. POWDERED SUGAR, Sea Island, best, 3 Ibs. BROWN SUGAR, Sea Island, 4 Ibs. — CARAMELS, wrapped, pound H. H. COUGH DROPS, pound P-NUT CLUSTERS, pound TOTATO SOUP, Van t Camp, lOVz oz. c ^n COFFEE, Tall Corn, fresh roast, The best low priced coffee ___: OSTEOPATHY Question: Are mechanical disturbances the only first causes of disease? Answer: By no means. Hardly less important are the abuses of function from fatigue in local parts of the body, such as result, for instance, from overeating or overwork. An organ may break down from overwork, when it has an average nerve and blood supply. Heredity % adds an important predisposition to disease, affecting the nervous impulses and predetermining their aberrations. Artificiallly induced mechanical "lesions" usually cooperate with these other factors, such as functional overwork and heredity weakness, to produce disease. , Question: Then oseopathy has simplified pathology, the science of diseased structure and function? Answer: Yes, very materially. It brings i medical speculation out of the clouds and back to the living machine. It gives pathology a new viewpoint, a practical working basis, and new "human interest." Question: How about symptomatology — the science of symptoms? Answer: Osteopathy subordinates symptoms as a means of locating the initial trouble because pur new diagnosis proves that symptoms, being merely effects, are a most fallible and often misleading guide to disease causes. Two mechanical "obstructions" or lesions widely different, for instance, will often give symptoms much .alike, while two lesions as nearly the same as possible need not present two easily recognizable symptoms in common. Therefore the plans of "treating symptoms as they arise" or that of "treating symptoms only" both seem out of line with scientific progress in ,the realms of health and healing. Osteopathy treats the cause first—to remove it— - and when this is done, symptoms take care of themselves. Dr. M. J. SIuss \l , 4 " WJ/*

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