Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on May 14, 1936 · Page 4
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Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1936
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THE L&NQX TIME JTHURSDAy. enjoyed the dSnde around the, Harmony May Pole, while trie older ones. ~ played a few games of bridge. The Chapter room and dining Reading Circle j lowing, the" sermott the Sunday , School classes will meet for the OU m*f Thursday, May 14 Thursday Olirls are meeting at Hotel Lenox this" afternoon. Each one bring a guest. 1 Sack lunch refreshments. Chapter FW, P. E. O. is meet- Ing this evening with Mrs. A. Porter at ; Hotel Lenox. J. Woman's Relief Corps is meet- Ing this afternoon gion hall. at the Le- Friday, May 15 Commencement exercises at high school gymnasium this evening at 8 o'clock. Address by Rev. Ira Carney of Audubon, Iowa. Tuesday, May 19 Salome Chapter O. E. S. will hold its stated meeting in the Masonic hall this evening. Report from the group meeting at Osceola. A program will be given. Refreshments and a social time. Wednesday, May 20 The M. F. C. ladies will go to Bedford today to meet with Mrs. Ed Madden at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Locke. Roll call—Current Events. The L. F. C. ladies are meet ing today at the home of Mrs. Fred Abernathy. Mrs. Catherine Jones will be hostess to the Harmony Read- inf Circle this afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. May Brokaw. Monday, May 25 One of the regular monthly potluck dinner, bridge and dancing parties will be held at the Gymnasium building Monday evening, May 25. G. C. W. Meeting Held May 7 Mrs. Jennie Evans was hostess to the G. C. W. club Thursday. It was an afternoon meeting and 16 members were present. There were three visitors, Mrs. Frankie Miller, Mrs. Claude Morris and Mrs. Will Preston. The afternoon was spent in sewing quilt blocks. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be with Minnie Markman. It will be an afternoon session. O. E. S. May Party The annual Eastern Star May party was held at the Masonic hall Friday evening, May 8. There was a very large attend- rooms were very pretty in the • Circle Wednesday, May 6. Eastern Star colors and spring, members and two guests, flowers. Meeting of Past Matrons Club Mrs. J. J. Walter was hostess to the Past Matrons club Mon- Mrs. Lillian Donaldson was study period with dismissal hostess to the Harmony Reading coming at eleven-thirty o'clock. day afternoon and was assisted in the duties of hostess by Mrs. W. L. Dey Ermand. Fifteen members were pres- ance this year. plifford Young Mr. and Mrs. of Sharpsburg were out of town guests. Mrs. Young is District Instructor for ent and responded to roll call with a May quotation. Following the business meeting ah interesting program was listened to. A paper, "Philosophy of a Country Doctor," was given by Mrs. Fred Holben, and two ar- this district. Mrs. A. H. Mills j tides, "The Well Known Human of Evanston, HI., was an out of { Race" and "Know the World," town guest. Dinner was served! were read by Mrs. H. C. Killlon. at seven o'clock and this wasj Three tables of_bridge were followed by an interesting program by the children, as follows: Vocal solo, "Lights Out" and "Codfish Ball," Dick Preston. Recitation, "My Shadow," Billie Don Lewis. played, Mrs. John Eberle receiving the traveling prize following a drawing by eight of the members. The high score prize went to Mrs. Mary Sweeley. Dainty refreshments were served [by the hostesses. The next Ten Mrs. B. H. Clayton and Mrs. Warren Gaer, were present. Response to roll call was "Fads and Fan- dies." The following program was given: two poems, "The Bravest Battle," and "Smiles," were read by Mrs. Effie Curphy; a sketch, "French People," was read by Mrs. Donald Dunbar. Sevepral contests were conducted by Mrs. C. D. Hetz. After the social hour, refresh- in June, ments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Vocal solo, "The Wedding of meeting, June 1st, will be with Jill," Kathleen Ma- the Misses Edna and Flossie Shultz. Recall Entertained Jack and harry. Piano solo, "Nation's March," Roland Pennebaker. Vocal duet, "Little Jack Hor- L. F. G. Club ner," Ruth and Billy Kennedy. Recitation, "The Friendly Cow," Janet Walter. Dramatization, "Little Red Riding Hood," Julia Frances Porter, Ruth Kennedy, Jimmie Parker, Dorothy Mae Pennebaker, Roland Walter, jr., Dickie Walter, Maryjoe Walter, Kathleen Maharry, Joan Walter, Miss Edith Barrens, with Mrs. Grover Bolte as assistant hostess entertained the L. F. G. club last Friday night at the home of her uncle, Will Shaw. Fourteen members were present, and two guests, Mrs. Roy Heaps and Mrs. Randall Haynes. Miss Susan Taylor gave a poem entitled, "Spring 1 ." Mrs. Janet Walter, Billie Don Lewis, j Harry Estel gave a paper on the and Billy Kennedy. life of Alexander Graham Bell. Piano solo, "Two Finger Tom- Four tables of bridge were my" and "Old Man Accent,"! played with Mrs. Raymond Mil ler holding.high score. Mrs. Ran- Haynes received the guest prize. Lunch was served by the hostesses. . • Roland Walter, jr. Ballet dance, Ruth Kennedy. Reading, "Resting Easily,, Joyann Clipson. Quartet, "I'm Putting All My i ; Eggs in One Basket" and "Lights l Priscilla Circle ! Out," Margaret Wurster, Virgin-, Meeting ^ ' ia Huff, Helen Wurster and 1 The meeting of the Priscilla Kathleen Poindexter, with Don- • circle was rj helcfin the; Basement na Hetz at the piano. ' o f the Methodist 'church Thurs- Piano solo, "The Harp,'-' Jim-' day afternoon, May 7. Mrs. Minmie Parker. 'ta Benson, Mrs. Jack Pegg and Piano solo, "Dance of the Mrs. Harry Kreiger were the Rosebuds," Marion Wurster. hostesses. Vocal solo, "On Wings of Mus- i Thirty members were present ic," by Mendelssohn, Miss Gene- an( j. answered roll call by nam- vieve Maharry. - ' ... Short talks were given by Mr. and Mrs. Young. The children and young folks ing 5\ FARM TEN YEARS OPTION ANYDAY NO COMMISSION Money paid when papers signed CLYDE LESAN Mt. Ayr, Iowa 32-4 John Deere i Invites you to come in and see our new enclosed gear Mowers "They Run In Oil" HAY LOADERS AND SIDE DELIVERY RAKES The newest thing in hay tools. New and Used Machinery of All Kinds See us before you buy or trade Christensen Implement Co. Phone 31 Lenox, Jowa song writers and a song had written. Mrs. Harold Efrhington, Mrs. . R. Pennebaker and Mrs. , Pearl • Reynolds were the program committee. Two contests jand a paper, "Mothers Day," by Mrs. Harold Ethington, made up the program. Refreshments Wednesday, May 20, with Mrs. Catherine Jones, at the hpme of Mrs. May Brokaw. Silver lea at Presbyterian Church The ladies of the Presbyterian church held their annual Silver Tea at the church Thursday afternoon, May 6. The following program was given: Piano solo, Mrs. Roy Heaps; vocal du-, et, "I Wjll Be True," Mrs. Randall Haynes and Mrs. Ben Wurster; playlet, "Deaf Old Lady," Miss Edith Barrans and Miss Thus the entire unified service will consume one hour and a half of your time. It is planned to try this arrangement durng June, July and August. You will thus have ample time to attend to your church and Sunday School obligations before taking part in family reunions, picnic and what-not which usually take so many of our people away from church services, Remember the unified service starts the first Sunday 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. Special Notice The congregation has been requested by the Financial Agent of Synod, to pay at once the assembly and Delegate fund in amount $17.00. A special offering will be taken Sabbath morning. MEETING POSTPONED. The Social Union will meet in the church Friday, May 22, instead Emile Nelson; piano solo, Jean | of May 15. The hostesses are Sanders; reading, Mrs. Chas. Sanders; piano solo, Marion Wurster; piano solo, Betty Terry. The high school girls sextette sang one number. Joyann Clipson gave two readings; piano solo, Grace Clipson. Refreshments were served by the ladies. Meeting of G. V. C. Mrs. Roy Long was hostess to the meeting of the G. V. Club Tuesday afternoon, 17 members were present. Mrs. Ivan Carey was a guest. Spring Garden Hints was given in response to roll (call., 1 read orie Mrs. Glen Leckliter of Jamlfs ' Whltcdmb " '" '' Riley's poems. At the close of the bridge play Mrs. Don Tyler held high, club score. were served- by the hostesses. There was a grab bag of house plants, rose bushes and all kinds of flower seeds, f Meeting of Aid Society The Aid Society of the Church of Christ met at the home of Mrs.. G. A. Bryant Friday afternoon, with Mrs. M. C. Sanders assisting hostess. The afternoon was spent in quilting. Refreshments were, served by the hostesses. H. S. Club Picnic Meeting The H. S. Club closed its year with a picnic at the Golf Grounds last Thursday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Davis, Mrs. Mark Sluss, Mrs. J. B. Wood, Mrs. Howard Riley, Misses Flora and Mabel Ferguson The club has recently taken in six new members and they were guests of the evening: Mrs. Fred Cronkite, Mrs. Warren Gaer, Mrs. Eddie Qulnn, Mrs. Hugh Tyler, Mrs. Horace Fleming and Miss Bernlce Wilcke. M. E. CHURCH Thomas Kelly, t P.astor 10:00 a, m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 7:00 p. m. Epworth League 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship At the morning worship service the pastor will preach on "Showing Jesus." At the close of the sermon we will offer the communion service of the church for those wishing to partake of the elements symbolizing the death and passion of Jesus Chr4st. In the evening the sermon subject will be, "A Christian's Refuge."., We extend unto you a cordial invitation to attend our services. To become a Christian is not, as many men think, a sign of weakness, it Is a sign of strength.—T. K. Looking Forward Unified Service. Although it is still several Sundays distant, this announcement is made in order to get the word passed among our people. Starting with the first Sunday in June, the pastor and superintendent of the Sunday School have arranged to have a unified service in the morning. This service will start at ten o'clock. The first half hour, with the entire group—including basement people—will assemble in the auditorium. It will be devoted to worship services. The next half hour will be the preaching portion of our service with the pastor preaching the sermon. Fol- m NOTICE I expect to be gone from my office Thursday and Friday of this week, May 14 and 15. I will be in Des Moines attending- the state osteopathic convention. The office girl will keep the office open dur- i ing my absence for the convenience of those f who have business to transact. Dr. M. J. Sluss «™™ D ^, OFFICE IN HOTEL BUJG. PHYSICIAN LEKOX. IOWA ; Mrs. Wm. Bennison, Mrs. Oliver Turner, Mrs. Olive Mclntyre, Mrs. Arlo Richard. THE PREACHER SAYS: There are 500,000,000 in the Sunday Schools of the world. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1. G. Randels, pastor 11:00, Morning Worship 10:15, Church School 7:00 Christian Endeavor 8:00, Evening Service. This is Appreciation Day. How many humble folk are serving you. and the church and never receive so much, as a grunt of thanks? Let's make amends by picking out at least (more if ^bie)., .flye people arid write theiri letters' of appreciation and send it through .the mail. There, will.also be' a 15-minute period preceding 1 the service for public testimonials of appreciation. Be ready to take a part. The sermon is ".God's Book of Remembrance," Script, Mai; 3: 13-18. . .' Thursday Girls meet at Hotel Lenox and -have a sack lunch. Each one britig'a' gjtfeft,^-'!' Ladles Aid is s^KMiisdrlfcg' A food exchange at titttlte'd'^bod Store next Saturday^ the. /proceeds of which go for new hymnals. Every lady of the church is invited to participate. Leaders of the Diagonal Interdenominational young people's conference are sailing a meeting of interested churches Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Presbyterian church in Creston to consider plans and policies. This is exceedingly worth while. The pastor and an interested layman or two should go, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. L. T. Knotter, pastor Sunday School, 10. a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's Meeting, 6:30. Stringtown Gilbert Hicks died Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. J. Willite. Mr. and Mrs. Jene Ambrose, March •1 en **«* w vH pnpft j yl.50 I36r VPor \£ ? ffl *<te°^taT$2o» advance e<:. T*' uu Mfi advance . Wilma and Burtojh, visited at the Chas. Riley home Sunday. Loren Crow of Indianola visited over the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Crow. Stanley Brown has several acres of corn up nicely and looking fine. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Miller entertained the following guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Buxton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Black and family, Mr. and Msr. Roy Bush and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bush has sition at the o L" ery store in Lenox.' "*' Mrs. Allie Pughand^i attended the funeral IS Mrs. Chas. Pe n fo] d J U Center last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Chub Prescott visited last at the Joe Brown home. 8 ' Chas. Morris is \\\ a f ii southeast of String^ Mr. and Mrs. j udsoil and sons, Wendell and visited Sunday at ttol Bush home. J Last year 1,819,000,000 eggs vaiuedl 801,000. Charles and one-time Woessner, Baptist boomed attendance at the no, Calif., evening high when he announced in "How to Fall in LW! Stay Put." Opening Day Special Saturday, May 16th, Only FREE 1 gal. 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