Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 8
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Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa · Page 8

Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE. LENOX. IOWA ft 1 rt RATE—lOc per line for first finsertion; 5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per inch. Personal Summer Music term begins Monday, May 25. Please reserve your place on the schedule as early as possible. Mrs. C. :E. Dixon, telephone 61R. 30-2p For Sale jpt>R SALE—Oak wagon tongues; •'fir mower and implement -poles. Galvanized water tanks. Hawkeye Lumber Co. 31-2 ing Hatchery Chicks. 141W, Corning, Iowa. Phone 28-tf SEEDS—We have a full line of! the best farm seeds obtain-1 able at very reasonable prices, i Come In and see them. L. P. Davis. 17 " County, Iowa, or as much there of as may be necessary to satisfy said writ of execution and all accruing costs. T. V. LACY, Sheriff of Taylor County, Iowa. By C. I. Wells, Deputy. Dated at the Sheriff's OffiA, Bedford, Iowa, April 8th, 1936. 1936. ! ED FACKLER, JR., • Plaintiff's Attorney. IN CONGRESS- Views expressed in this column are the views of Rep. Otha D. Wearin and are not necessarily the views of this newspaper. • WHY FISH IN A MUD PUDDQ I When trout fishermen go fishing, they dbn't waste time in slow • but fish the rapidly flowing streams. Just so with housewives; » 5 for bargains—they like to buy where there is action. Read you" • of United Food News this week for swiftly moving bargains j n y . Illllllllllllllllimilimimillllllllimim Wanted School CUSTOM HATCHING — 2c per eg0; also White Leghorn j hatching eggs. Mrs. Wray Wai- 1 ter. 31-lp. (Continued from page one) iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiuiiiiiiiiiiu the parents and others in- The long awaited tax bill was introduced in the House on ; Wednesday of this week, and * genera debate of slx teen hours i was opened Thursday which means that we will not reach a j vote on the bill much before inext Friday. There are always certain routine matters that must' be attended to and inter- , MACHINERY — Used ..Iplows, discs and corn plant- ••e'rs. Almost anything you want. Christensen Implement Co., Lenox. ' 31-1 WANTED—Tractor plowing and j disking. Joe Cain, Kent. 30-2p WANTED—Housework, care for' children, small wages. Inquire, at Mrs. Paul Eberle home. 31-lp ...... if the parent* and others m- ure that take teted in th*s line of work ^ fclme wh | ch extends cpnsid . eration beyond what would nor- mal * be on * a few , days ' . The new proposed revenue act .FOR SALE—New Maytag washers; also good used washer; •some good rebuilt cream separators; also good used engines, motors, radios and batteries. A. IH. Peacock, Lenox. 31-lp 'FOR SALE — 1929 Six cylinder • de luxe model car in excellent condition. Five wire wheels, upholstering like new. Priced to sell. Inquire at Time Table office. 31-lp FOR SALE—Model T truck with stock rack and grain box, $35.00. Warren Eckels. 31-lp FOR SALE—10 rods 5-ft. heavy chicken fencing. Jim Eller. 31-1 FOR SALE—Pure bred Spotted Poland China fall boars, immune. Cecil Wilson. 29-tf FOR SALE — Quality Chicks. Nine years of blood-testing and culling for egg production assures you of quality in Corn- Percheron Stallion BLONDIE : Registy No. 205869, State Certificate No. 17111, - Department 'of Agriculture. JSlondie is a Grey Stallion, •'weights 1900 Ibs., heavy bone, extra good action, and a great Breeder, Will make the season at my farm 554 miles east of Lenox on the farm known as the .Warren Madden farm. Terms of service $12.50 for liv- 'ing colts. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will .not be responsible should any •uccur. J. H. OSHEL WANTED—Job on farm. Clyde Franklin. 31-1 j \VANTED — Custom Hatching. We guarantee 85% hatch. Corning Hatchery. Phone 141W. 28-tf Legal SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE STATE OF IOWA, TAYLOR COUNTY, ss. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on the 8th day of May, A. D., 1936, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House in the 'ity of Bedford, and County aforesaid will be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described Real Estate, levied upon and taken by virtue of a Special Execution issued from the office of the Clerk of the District Court, within and for the County of Taylor, State of Iowa, in favor of The First National Bank of Lenox, Iowa, a corporation, and against the property of B. F. Wurster, administrator of the tates of the Willard E. Beadel, deceased, Tessa M. Beadel, widow of Willard E. Beadel deceased; Wanda Leonard and Lee Leonard, wife and husband, Ronald Beadel, Willard Beadel, et al, to-wit: The undivided one Third in- tersest in and to the North Half of the' Southwest Quarter and ;he Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of section 19, and the East 60 acres of the Northwest Quarter of Section 30, all in Township 70 and Range 32, west of the 5th P. M. Taylor will attend. These litVle folks are making "Shirley Temple's Birthday Party" on their sandtable, which «*". « enacted in its present will be enjoyed by the visitors form - rai * e a little over eight Friday .hundred million dollars. It is They are making May bas- ' generally known that .the meth- kets in art class. od employed is the taxation of Emerson Johnson has been corporate incomes through the absent from school this week. a S enc y of a levv on surpluses. Second Grade ! There is in addition a "wind- There were ten A's in spelling ' fall" tax that it is assumed will last week. raise $100,000,000 from process- These pupils are also making ors who avoided payment of May baskets in ar* AAA processing levies and $83,Dorothy Rogers has been ab- 000,000 from temporary reten- sent. tion of capital stock in excess Third Grade profits taxes. The proposal as Absentees for this grade are outlined does not come up to Gwen Lee Smith, Gene Roe and the revenue requirements out- Gertrude Ross. lined by President Roosevelt for In geography class they are the next three years. studying about passenger and The Congress held its custo- ^w • I AS IT SHOULD BE COFFEE All that the name implies. We invite comparison to any brand. 1 pound PEABERRY COFFEE Enjoy, the tangy pea- berry! flavor atf its best. pound COFFE A sweet blend of quality] tos coffees at \ j tractive price 3 Ibs. 44c; per pound mary memorial services in the week in of both freight ships. New officers for the week are: House Chamber this health inspector, Phil Reimer; memory of members desk inspector, Kenneth Kilby; legislative branches who have floor inspector, Vernita Moore; died during the course of the pencil sharpener, Rimel librarian, Gertrude Ross. Day; year. It is surprising how many | of the group composed of men There were seventeen A's in' and women of a high average NEW OWNERSHIP AT White Rose EN-AR-CO STATION I have bought the White Rose station, just west of the Farmers Store and am now operating it. I am handling all En-Ar-Co products and am equipped to do WASHING and GREASING Drive in for Service J. C. Pearson [age come 'to the end of the are trail' during the course of each spelling last Friday. In art class the pupils making two houses, one named twelve month period. This year "Good Health" house which is the list included Senators Long made of oatmeal, brown bread,' an d Schall and five members of and other wholesome foods, the House, while the "Poor Health" house j The White House was sad- is made of peanuts, candy and' dened a few days ago b y the cake. Eleanor Beemer and passing of Louis Howe, Secre- Mary Lou Long have made signs * tarv to m Roosev elt, who was for these houses. They have al- | pro b a bly more responsible for so made bird house posters and • the even tual rise of his chief to pupils having spare time have made tree posters, too. Fourth Grade the Presidency than any other one man. He has, it is said, been Mr. Roosevelt's confident They have taken up the sub- for many long years> the begin- traction of fractions in arithmetic. In art are pupils are making antedates the latter's campaign for the Vice Presidency in 1920 and suc- covers for their English book- j ceeding mness over which he 'triumphed in such a phenomin- al manner. Mr. Howe was always looked upon as the policy man among the President's circle of intimates and has un- In reading class the pupils' questionably played an import- read directions on "how to ant role in many of tne W i se make May baskets and then decis i 0ns that have directed the carried out the directions in art, course of the New Deal. It has lets. Last Friday there were thirteen A's in spelling. Mrs. Terry was a visitor. Sixth Grade FRUITS AND VEGETABLES NEW SPUDS They Taste Good 10 LEMONS Extra Special, dozen 19c MEAT u. s. GOVT INSPECTED! BEEF~HEAR O Choice fresh pounds U. S. CHOICE BEEF ROAS' The .Government of the Unit States has stamped this "Choice". Per pound 1 SHOP AND SAVE MARKETS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmnmm class. The pupils have tlso my p i easur e to confer with made bird booklets in art class, j him upon _ a number of occas- -«,„„„ ...„,« «„„,*«„ A'S in iions and j trust that space will permit me to recount my im- There were fourteen spelling last week. Marian Wurster and Richard Preston have been absent. THE WOMAN who promised to love, honor and obey you will be far safer in, and would no doubt like to drive a FORD V-8 fc- DIXON MOTOR CO. FQJH) SALES AND SERVICE Hermoline and Pennzoil, Genuine Ford Batteries Marjorie Beadle, Betty Drorbaugh, Helen Miller, Maxine Ferguson, Helen Bare, Marjorie JRoe, Bing Miller, Robert Layne, {Robert Rhoades, Leonard Morris, Hal Cheese and Dwain Boyed were the sophomores selected to 'serve at the Junior-Senior banquet Wednesday, May 6. Commercial New records made in typing are: words Donovan Thompson/ 25 Rex Kirkman 25 Kenneth McFee 30 Dean Ethington 30 Ronald Johnson 35 Helen Wurster 40 Jean Harvey 50 Jean is the only student with this record and it Is a record ;hat shows ability and skill on the part of the pupil. Another good record was made by two Junior students, Dorothy Trost and Rose Emma Vlanroe, members of the beginning shorthand class, who passed their sixty word Gregg Transcription for April. pressoins at some future time. 300,006 DRIVERS TO MAKE TEST OF GASOLINE Three hundred thousand motorists will be enlisted by Standard Oil this summer in. "the world's greatest road test" to determine what mileage the average car will obtain under average conditions from a gallon of today's gasoline. Forgetting for the time being the engine, laboratory tests, road tests by engineers, and other methods customarily used in the proving of gasoline, Standard will aid drivers to settle the mileage question, for them- From May 1 on, Che company will furnish to all interested a for record of their gasoline chases and their mileage. With it will go a colorful emblem to mark the automobile as a "research test car." After driving 500 miles or more in the 65-day period prior to September 18th, the motorist may write into the book a 75-word summary of his experience, send it to the company, and become a possible winner of one of the seven hundred cash and merchandise prizes to be awarded participants: The cash prizes range from ten dollars to a thousand dollars each. The awards will be made by a committee of disniterested experts. With the data obtained in this mianner from thousands upon thousands of drivers Standard expects to be able to determine the mileage ears actually deliver from a given gasoline. To publicize the test itself and to attract drivers to take part, the company has contracted for a large amount of advertising space in nearly 1,600 newspapers, the Time Table being prominent among those chosen for this purpose. Later ads in thft series are promised to be among the most entertaining the company has ever published. Salem Affairs The Colyn family moved part of their house furnishing to last week and'some repairs by carpenters will be made soon, and they, will be at home before long. v Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wray visited wjth Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dotson of Stringtown vicinity, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cliff Casey and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Wray and Velda, Miss Leatha Riley, called on Mrs. Lloyd West at Creston hospital, Saturday afternoon. Elsworth Sterling and Rev. Davis of Prescott were calling on Salem friends Saturday afternoon. The P. T. A. met at school district No. 6 (Mercer) last Tuesday evening for the last program for _this spring. A luncheon was served at the close of the program, consisting of pie, sandwiches and coffee. Mrs. Anna Hamilton and son Lowell called on Mr. and Mrs. ''rank Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood of Lenox, last Tuesday forenoon. We are glad to note the Wm. Margerum family, formerly of Salem, are now released from quarantine, as no one contract- id the smallpox, except Kenneth Stoner, their grandson. The Margerums now live at Alerton, Iowa. Carl Bovaird has been quite 11 with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Wray Walter selves in a practical way. their from home again, the church Saturday, basement, where they have had living quarters since their home was burned last winter. The new basement and flue was finished Stringtown Shirley June is the name of the little daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bush, Thursday, April 23. The little lady weighed l l / 2 pounds. Warren Shook went to Ft. Dodge last week, where he has accepted a position. Mrs. W. J. Fair entertained the Ladies Aid members at her home last Wednesday. One visitor, Mrs. Tom Anderson, •was" present. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgins and daughter of Mercer Center, were guests last Tuesday evening at the G. C. Gibson home. Mrs. Tom Ande,rsdn accompanied her nice, Mrs. Lindly Hay, to Detroit, Mich., last Thursday. Mns. Hay's fathe/r, Jim Buxton, who has been in a hospital at Detroit, accompanied them home. Dean and Donald Metz spent Saturday and Sunday at the Colgan home near Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller and daughter were week end guests with relatives in Council Bluffs. A new Cradle Roll chart has been purchased and hung at Stringtown and the following little people's names enrolled: Marjo Botkin, Lola Kempton, Alice Kraft, Maxine McGregor, Helen Miller, Shirley Miller, Mrs. F. J. Heaton- visited last Wednesday i the H. M. Bush home, F. J. Willlttswaaapeil es business visitor Sati Mr. and Mrs. Henry/j were Corning visitors! BUYS MOORED J. C. Pearson the White Rose oil i merly operated by Alrin) who has entered the. aid the Christensen of Lenox. were called to Guilford, Mo. last I Kenneth Beck, Ronald Botkin, Thursday to attend, the funeral j Clinton Ford and Myron Kemp-' of a cousin, Willie Beggs. He ton. Two others, Janet Hanson had pneumonia. and Shirley Bush, will be add- Mr. and Mrs. Christie Sterling ed. and family called on tneir sis- j The Stringtown Sunday school ter, Mrs. Lloyd West, at Creston j held a food sale in Lenox, Sat- tiospital, Saturday afternoon. jurday. Henry Walter has a very sore j Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Evans hand. He had it injured while repairing a windmill last week. Miss Leatha Riley of Colony township was a week end visitor with Velda Wray. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wray called on Mrs. Lloyd West at the Creston hospital Sunday. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Willis Feese of Nodaway, and Mr. and Mrs. Cash Evans and daughter of Clearneld, Sunday, at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hanson and daughter Janet and Mr. Gaston were Creston visitors Saturday.' Ralph & hitch-hiked to i e " tertained ™*n°la the flrsto? lit week the Salem Aid at her home last j and visited his brother Loren UTarinasrinv nft.prnnnn A rr^j _.i_ -. . , .. ««wM«a, .uuieu, Wednesday afternoon. A good crowd was present. Piecing a quilt was the order of the afternoon. who is. at college there. Mrs. Allie Pugh, Lester and Vera visited relatives at Newton and Cedar Falls, last week. OFFICIAL NOTICE OP CALL NO. 9 Friendship Benevolent Association To All Members: No. 8 call have «f . ?10 yT Mn Z within 30 days after publican of this notice are auto ° PP ' are automati cart mt to regat Qfyji, Secretary. THIS n GiveusSminutestofi outwhy"G-3"f lea's best-seller -« ands,orbut8!Tot erica's best-je to be America I! j—and that ti "G-3" All-Weath«| yjau! Evidence? -T got plenty.., local? of better than( greater non-skio age, quicker-stopp safer grip, longer r ance. Get your*" worth and then' see us about tir$! ,| Beck Bi ^SWH|P

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