Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on May 14, 1936 · Page 5
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Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa · Page 5

Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1936
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MAY leighbprs did a kind deed rl Diiey, n last Thursday. d Mrs. Diiey have had . bit of trouble, and slck- I The following neighbors, ieir teams', plowed ail day Duey.: Harryiieese, Glif- icGregor* iperrill Brown t>yd Young. to Pjr, ajjd ,Mrs. W. E. of Creston, a 10-pound riday morning, May 8, Vincent Dean. Mrs. will be remembered as mnita Wynn of Lenox, nd Mrs. Gail Richard rginia Lee of Omaha jere Sunday spending i Day at the D'. L. Car- Arlo Richard homes. Lillian Donaldson is in caring for Mrs. Grouse le son. id Mrs. Axle Carlson and C. Douglas of Red Oak unday with Mr. and Mrs. ouglas. nd Mrs. George E. Clute i Gene came Monday jnroe, Mich., to visit his Mr. and Mrs. F. M. were called to Clearfield by the serious illness of Mrs. Clute's mother, Mrs, J. J. Grace. , Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Hurley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. L.-H. Andrews arid Mrs. Marjorie Shoenhair and children at Clearfleld; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurley of Winterset were also present. A year ago the same group spent Mothers day at the Ralph Hurley home at Winterset. RE'S NO NEED tired just because you to be tired. The tired i be erased from your one of our facials. is made, not born. e you doing about your ice? .'; , - ^ :. * '>.'.:.. 19 fdr appointment snbi* A report received this week from the state hygienic laboratories at Iowa City says that the condition of the Lenox city water is satisfactory at this tune. A sample of water Is sent in each month to be analysed. Summer Music Lessons . I am reserving places on my summer music lesson, schedule for those who wish to take, les- 'sons regularly. It ] s necessary to come every time and be on time if you wih to progress. The summer term begins Monday, May 25th, and will consist of twelve lessons. |. MRS. C. E. DIXON, I Telephone 61 R Ladies of the Church of Christ will hold a food sale at the I United Store Saturday. Mrs. A. H. Capps has returned from Iowa City and is now in her own home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eckler and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Eckler , and Billy drove to Des Moines Sunday to spend Mothers Day with the formers' daughters, Miss Hazel Eckler and Mys. Bertha Beckvdith and little SEED CORN THAT GROWS See BECK BROS daughter, Barbara Lee. Another son and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Eckler of Albert Lee, Minn. Were the surprise guests. Mrs. Flora Donaldson of Lenox was also a guest. The Baccalaureate service for the graduating class was held at the school gym, Sunday evening. The Church of Christ was in charge of the music and sermon. Services at all the other churches were dismissed for this annual affair. Arnold Walter of Quincy, 111., came Saturday night to spend Mothers Day at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Walter. He was accompanied home Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Walter, who had been ; Visiting here for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Beach and other relatives. Arnold is now working in the office of the Armour packing company. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Polndexter and family had as their guests over Sunday, Mrs. Poindexter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Cox of Hastings, Iowa. On Sunday they all drove to St. Joseph to spend jthe day. Mr. and Mrs. Cox re- Burned home that evening, accompanied by their granddaughter, Miss Kathleen Poindexter. Mrs. Lew Copeland and Gene Goodale returned Wednesday morning from San Antonio, Texas, where they had spent several months for the benefit of Gene's health. Mrs. Phil Ridgeway was a guest over Mothers Day with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. W. Brown of Clarinda. i Mrs. A. H. Mills of Evanston, 111, returned to her home Monday after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Walter. Mrs. R. E. Poindexter, Mrs. Phil Ridgeway and Mrs. Roy Nelson were; in Bedford Friday afternoon ..attending a meeting of the Federated clubs of Taylor county, iThe ' two former ladies, represented the M. F. CJ.ubi--.iy: j ' "' ' : ' ' •• 'Wayne 'Anderson of Harlan spent the'"week end with, his parents, MS;, and Airs. £. B. Anderson. ; Guests a,t the home of, Mr. and Mrs. J; W. Walter over the week end were their daughter, i ^ .: > 4 h > JaAe a - ' *•••• > - -••• "GET ACQUAINTED" TRIP <OW~ /t v jff VX 'Vtotf mdyou the keys to a new Clievrolet . • they will be the keys to your friendship! ' Here ate the detail* of our. ^'GET ACQUAINTED" V;;;-K OFFER ! •; :' COME IN, GET A NEW CHEVR91ET, AND DRIVE 'tifitOR AN HOXlR OR "i-'A, DAV WITHOUT'ANV ' PERFECTED PUC BRAKES is, Self-Articulatins) nd smoothest aver I'e'oped , FISHER [VENTILATION IT TOP BODIES ond comfortable er created for a priced car [•HEAD EKCU s ">"er performance gas and O il 'OBS 1NSTAI.JL- - MONTHLY PAY, >* VQP -You are missing a whole lot of things that will make your TRANSPORTATION motoring hours safer, more comfortable and more enjoyable, if you haven't experienced the many outstanding advantages of the new 1936 Chevrolet! Prove this by taking a "get acquainted" trip in this only complete low-priced car without any obligation. We'll be glad to have you drive it any tune you wish. Come in— today! CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH. IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE* (he smoothest, infest ride of all SOLID STEEL one-piece TURRET TOP a crown of beau//, a fortress of safer/ SHOCKPROOF STEERING* raaking driving easier and rafar than ever before ALL THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PBJCES AND . A. H, Mills of Evanston, 111., and Mr. ahd Mrs. Arnold Walter of Quincy, 111.', and Mrs. B. H McCllntock and children of Carroll, Iowa. Harlan Walter and Mr. Mills called from Chicago and visited with the family. Mrs. Mills drove to Omaha Sunday and visited until Monday afternoon with her sisters, Mrs. P. S. Peterson and Mrs. C. C. McParland. ' tSr; and Mrs. E. B. Pennebaker and children spent Sunday with his parents at Sharpsburg. J. H. Barber drove to Macon, Mo., Saturday, where he visited until Monday at the home of Mrs. Marcia Taylor. Mrs. Barber, who had been visiting there for the past two weeks, returned home with him. Mrs. Linnie Jobe spent Sunday in Osceola with her mother, Mrs. Lovina Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ethington and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stelke of Council Bluffs visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs Francis Folcey. Mr. and Mrs. John Barrans. and son, Fred Barrans, and daughter, Miss Edith Barrans, were dinner guests at the Will Shaw home last Sunnday. Mrs. Paul Davis, president of Chapter FW, P. E. O., went to Ottumwa Tuesday to attend the state convention. Thursday afternoon a trip will be taken to Mt. Pleasant to see the P. E. O. library and P. E. O. home. Mrs. Davis will return home this evening. Mrs. A. L. Baker, who has been spending the past three weeks in Humeston, returned home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Barker makes her home with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Estel made a business trip to Omaha Wednesday. '-.•',.... Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cecil spent the wee}t end., here with,-, the latter^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kilby. : ' ; ,, . .,. . : Mr and Mr's'. iieo V,.Hale spent Saturday hi Omaha. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. McGrath ahd children of Lincoln, Nebr., came Saturday to spend Mothers Day at the hbme of -Mrs.' McGrath's parents, Mr, --and Mrs. Wm. Barrans. Other guests for 'Mothers Day dinner were Mr. and. Mrs. George, Barrans and children. During Jthe,,;ey- enihg a very pleasant -surprise came to Mr. and Mrs. Barrans when their son William. T. Bar- aan talked'to tnem„ pyer. long distance'. ....'"'!.".'' Miss Mary Ellen Horan of Maryv'ille Visited over the Tyeek end with Miss Genevieve Ma- hafry. Prairie Gem F. H, Leach of Prescott, grandfather of Alvin Leach, visited Saturday night and Sunday morning at the Alvin Leach home. They were entertained Sunday at the home of Alvin i Leach's parents near Lenox. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Helms of i Des Monies came Saturday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Recknor were dinner guests Sunday at the Geo. Ferguson home. Mrs. Geo. Ferguson, Tom, Flora and Mabel visited Sunday at the Pete Stoner home, near Creston Mr. and Mrs. Homer McClintock were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Round home. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the Baccalaureate services at the Lenox community building, Sunday evening, May 10. The Ladies Aid Society will have the May meeting at the home of Sheila Wurster, Thursday of this week, Mrs. Glen Barnhill and son spent Monday at the Theo Reimer home in Lenox. A group of young people 'Of this vicinity journeyed to the Dwight Wilcox home last Tuesday evening and charivaried the newly-weds, Mr. and Mrs. Homer McClintock. After congratulating the couple and receiving their treats (cigars and candy bars) the young people felt their evening well spent and returned to their .homes. ' Mrs. VW, JH^each was" "Very happily surprised Mothers' Day when, her childr^ieame in with covered dishes a£;the ; noon hour Those present 'weiref Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Leach, Dorothy and Donald, Glenn Leach and Joan Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leach and Patricia Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shawler and Vina Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Chandler and s6n Paul Robert, F. M. Leach of Prescott, W. H. Leach and the honored guest, Mrs. W. H. Leach. ... Charlie Hewitt and family, and Roy Hewitt and family visited Sunday evening at the Leland Campbell.. home. T. J. Chandler visited Sunday With his daughter, Mrs. Roy Fine and family. Miss Doris Denhart visited over the week end in Creston, with relatives. Prairie Star Events . A community program was given last-Friday night at the Prairie Star church. ... .. . , The Ladies Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. Edith Hewitt. ' Mrs', E.' E. Howard and son Jimmie ! , were shopping in Creston, Saturday. The Sunny Hill school closes this Friday, with a basket dinner by all who desire to attend. Miss Dorris Denhart is the teacher. Miss Elsther Morley will be the teacher next winter. You Should Investigate JERMITE Your dealer has investigated the merits of JEUMITE and is recommending JERMITE to the chick raisers of this community. ' : POSITIVE FACTS JERMITE is an iron tonic JERMITE increases chick vitality JERMITE produces sturdier growth , JERMITE costs less to use JERMITE is guaranteed Make Your Own Test Secure a regular $2.50 gallon of JERMITE for 81.75. Use according to directions and if the above facts are not correct, return the label from the bottle together with the sales slip from your dealer to the Tim Lake Laboratories, and we will refund your purchase price. JERMITE IS GOOD FROM THE CHICK TO THE HEN Protect Your Baby Chicks Against Colds With Bin V Spray For Sale by Tyler Pharmacy, Lenox Tim Lake Products. Inc., De& Moines, Iowa I A GENERAL MOTORS VALUS an! Coup* at FB*lt, Midtimn. Wok lumpen, tpan tin auf \ tin lock, the list price it $20 oUwL \ *Kjux- Action an Muter jUfafab aatr, 4 additional. Prica quoted in <4i advl mtaf an luiai FZiitf. MJcUiaM, fait tier •> '&UISF Miller Chevrolet Company Lenox, Iowa Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE As I am leaving Lenox, I will sell at my home at the northwest corner of the City Park Block, Saturday, Nay 16, 1:30 p.m. Mohair mulberry color davenport and chair; 9 x 12 Axminster rug, like new; Brunswick phonograph, console style, solid walnut, 100 records; 4'x> x p Axminster rug, 9 x 12 Congoleum rug; oak dining table, round style; 6 oak dining chairs; Z iron beds, mattresses and springs; large baby bed, 30 x 50 inches with good mattress; walnut chif- forobe, a nice one; Majestic range with hot water front, all in good shape; 3 burner Perfection oil superfel burners and oven; some dishes, cooking utensils, some canned fruit, quite a few empty jars, some nice pictures, books and other small articles. TOOLS Forks, rakes, spades, shovels wire stretcher, house jacks, saws, wrenches, a lot of other small tools; also some feedboxes and other articles we do not have room to list, MRS. MILTON JOHNSON ANDERSON, Auct. C. B. CASSILL, Clerk Verna, Kenneth and Wayne Fine visited Sunday in the Warren Young home. Wilford Campbell and wife of Minnesota vtfsited his brother, Ira and wife Sunday.; their mother, Mrs. Tom Campbell also visited in the home. Verna and Wayne Fine visited in Creston last Thursday and Friday, with Sheryl Wosley and family. Wayne took his eighth grade examination while in Creston. Mrs. Willard Campbell visited Saturday with Mrs. Rose Wurster. Read the want ads *./y,vv tJii,:_-vit*jr KUJLA • OJI BOOH."* i$Q., llperitljft s^Jost her _-.__-, .c6ntaming', money an« valuable'pajpers/-.Her,police clog; found it dqwn town, recognized' it as belonging to his. irjistt'ess,. and carriedjit home.ijl'Jhfis te%hi; _ Mr.'and ilrs. Ql.lyat* Dionne,.of ' Fitchburg, ' R^Mi'.'f Vttafye>;i" tfi'fe-- name' but no£ ''the fame of the quintuplets'! parents, Using a dog as a club, Avery Brown bf'Alton Mo., beat W. C. Kee, 83, Until the dog was dead. Justice of the Peace C. S. Smith of Jacksonville, 111., has offered free weeding cerembn--, :es to couples where the, bride;o-be lias made the ..proppsal . herself. William Hyte of Salt Lakes City, sued his wife for divorce- because she hit him in the heaot with a potted plant. A 200-year-old grandfather-> ; lock belonghig to John Barnes.' of Winchester, Mass., stopped at: the same time its 73-year "old) 1 owner died in Ancaster, Canada/, • several hundred miles away. I Stand for Economy and Efficiency E. C. Beaton Republican Candidate for . County Attorney Taylor County, Iowa Primary of June 1, 1936 Your Support Will Be Appreciated MADDEN'S BRIARDALE and G.W.C. GROCERIES SWANS DOWN, Saturday only, at .___ ' r*f\fif\ A f^ iir f* ' • C,yVUA» "• " * *-'•' v !2 Ifcf. can __^ BLUE ROSE RICE, fancy, 4 Ibs. L GLOSS STARCH, 3 Ib. box PEANUT BUTTER, 2 pound jar WAX-RITE, liquid, pint can HALITOSINE, pint SILVER CHORE BOYS. large* MUFFETTS, whole wheat, pkg. BRIARDALE WHEAT FOOD, cooking, package COFFEE, Tall Corn, j fresh roasted, 2 pounds 1 33c MILLS STORE Dress Special We are giving you a special on i silk crepe dresses in wash silk, with and without jackets, in prints and plain material. Formerly sold at $4.98 and $3.98, you now have your $O.98 choice for ^ Dresses that sold up to $6.98 and $5.98, in plain and print materials, now offered, $O.98 choice, at '. We have just returned from market with a new purchase of mid-summer dresses. These are in eyelets, laces and blister .crepes. These dresses sell $-1.98 $9.98 $Q.98 U O Call and see us. We are showing the large dress hats in whites, straws, felts and pastel shades. CLEAN UP SALE We are offering: pecial prices to clean up some lines of merchandise Dark hats, one lot, choice .4 §100 Spring Coats, $12.75 values, choice "^ ~ *7 98 Spring Coats, $10.00 values, choice, —--—* • Coats, % 5,9$ values ., Soils, value* to $9.»5, yaw choice, , ,. tfe •

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