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   Lenox Time Table (Newspaper) - June 7, 1973, Lenox, Iowa                                LENOX TIME TABLE Volume 97 TIME Iowa 50851 June 1973 Number 37 Two Elementary Teachers Receive Special Award Two Lenox Elementary teach ers have been chosen Outstand ing Elementary Teachers of America for according to Paul elementary Frances Eriley of Pres cofit and Marcia Webb of are the recipients and are ibdth first grade instruc Teachers are selected for this honor on the basis of their professional and civile achieve These educators are now eli gible to receive the Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year award Five granlts will be awarded to the schools represented by Amer icas five Outstanding Elemen tary Need Listing Of Community Events Events which have an inter est for residents of the oom munalty may be listed on the new message board recently in stalled by the Lenox Commer cial Cltub and Those having this type of in1 formation should contact Dales Clothing early Monday morning of each week in order that vhe event may be advertised on the To Attend Senior High Music Camp Jill Brokaw and Janie Wal isltoidents in ithe Lenox Com munity will attend the vooal music camp at Northwest Missouri State University In MaryvUffie June Purpose of the camp is to de velop the talents of gifted stu to prepare them an appreciation of advanced to create an appreciation for the Various fields of and to afford the camper the ex cittog experience of working with other students from the Joins Faculty At Malvern Iowa Carole daughter of and Frank Stanger of has recently accepted a position as librarian in the school system at Carole Is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State Uni versity Connie also a graduate of will teach English French in the Orient school Perfect Attendance For School Year 1197273 Perfect attendance for the past school year hi the elemen tary grades was achieved by the following students Kindergarten Robin Arm Margaret Ann Paul Winskw and Daniel Jo Others Joan Karen James John Dennis Tom Deanna Todd Stacy Todd Krtdti Hal Eddie Debra Tim Jerry Karen Bobbi Vickie Mystie Brad Frank Ben Dorothy Elaine Rick Jolene Farm Work Gaining Farmers have taken advan tage of weather conditions the past week to gain considerably on the job of getting ifche crops While periods of showers occurred over the week end and most of the rainfall wasnt in great enough amounts to halt work for any lengjth of By the middle of this week most of the corn crop had been and many in this area Wad either finished soybean planltinig or were scheduled to wind the job up Many fields now show a stand of corn from recent plantings and in spite of an aibove normal amount of moisture the work is progressing Graduates From Simpson College Miss Caithy Evans was among the graduates at Simpson Col lege in Indianola May receiving a Bachelor of Music Cathy is a mem ber of the Mm Phi professional music sorority and president of the local chapter of will be teaching elemen tarymusic in the Decorah Com muniity school system this Attending KJhe graduating ceremonies were hex and Dean Jay Mark and and Chris Frank Sweeney and Hubert and and Dewey Receives Degree From Creighton William Cheese received a bachelor of science in business administration degree from Creighton University at spring He is the son of and Ray Creighlton is a Jesuit univer sity in with an enrolMient of Graduates From IWCC Iowa Western Community College of presented lOil candidates for graduation in ceremonies May The Honorable William Seh erle delivered the commence ment Graduates included James son of and Leo Milter and Shanita daughter off and Jack Both received1 Associate Arts Promoted At Nursing School Barbara Ann Oarruthers of was aanong the towa Methodist School of Nursing students to receive stripes or at annual promotion al exercises June This is the largest aMnnafoeir Of students to be promoted in the schools The 88 new aeniors and 91 new juniors iseeetved their stripes or chevrpns from Rich ard Director of Personnel Named At Swimming Pool Personnel In change of the Lenox Municipal Swimming Pool have been named for the upcoming according to Win park Dob iHegwood Will be pool with Beth Moyle and Jim Miller serving as life Bath house attendants will be Julie Jennie Ty Brenda Bwart and Lori James with substitutes being Susan Wurster and Sheila Riok Tyler will be Installation of the new flitter was scheduled ito be completed by Wednesday and called for the filling of the pool Opening date has ibeten hopefully set for Sun day or Admission prices for swim ing this year are 73c for adults and 30lo for iFamlly season tickets are available at and iindlvidual season tickets may be purchased if or A new ticket feature has been adided this year for families having children visiting A weetkjy titaket may be pur chlased for for adult for those over 12 years of age and a childls weekly ticket may be purchased for for 12 and Part of the new equipment 1ms arrived in the process of being Several new rides and other forms otf entertainment for the youngsters wm be installed at the park for summer Country Club Social Well Attended Members of the Country Club enjoyed a social evening last Friday with approximately 56 turning out for goltf volleyball and other Steaks and hiagyburgers were grilled for a simpper next social evening for members and their families will be Friday June with recreation from until The charcoal will be ready for barbecuing at On Tarkio Honor List Pajt Delmiar aoid Eltoabeth all former Lenox hlave been nam to tfae Deans LWt at Tarkio College for the spring This means that the students have earned a B plus or higher average for the recently com pleted Named To Honor Fraternity son of apd Lowell and Greg son of and both of wetfe recently inducted into the ranks of Phi Eta nation al gplwiastic honorary fraltern Jty composed of male students ittwlr fresiwwan year who have at least one quarter of fresjsman work With a 3S grade point or Eta Sigma was establish ed ait the University of Illinois in lit hag now grown to ever 140 cbullpra of which ISlFs is induiation took pjace a banquet in the Memorial fbadents at Jtowa State Neil is majoring in while Greg Is an undeclared Science and Humanities Oddity At Golf Course Sunday A rare feat occurred at the Lenox Golf Country Club June when two golfers scored aces during the Ivan Luteas scored his hole inone on number while Paul Windhorst picked up his on number It marked the second time in four years that Paul has scor ed a registering his first one on the same hole in tournament Two Ball Foursome At Golf Club Sunday There will be a twoball four some golf tournament at the Lenox Municipal golf club Sun day June at for members Bonnie Tyler or Dorothy Hegwood by noon Saturday to sign There will be a pottiuck at Births and John Olivera of are the par ents of a baby girl born May She weighed 10 2 ounces and answers to the name of September and John Olivera are former resi dents of She Is the granddaughter of and Leonard School Board To Meet Monday Board of of the Lenox Comirnun ity Sjchool will meet Monday June llth at in the board Coming Events Rainbow bake sale June flfbh from 9 until noon at Carruithers Named To Board ftt Directors Pauline Miller and Karen Bonnett of Lenox were re to the Board of Directors of the Creston Branch of American Association of Uni versity Women for the They attended a meet ing of the Board June Miller will continue to serve as Area Representative if or Cul tural and Bon nett will continue as Area Rep nesenlbative in International Re The next Board meeting was set for August Work Progressing On Parking Lot Progress continues on the parking lot at the Super Valu store in with the con crete entrance off Main Street being poured Wednesday morn Demolishing of the old locker plant building has almost been and other buildings in the area have already been torn Graveside Bites For William DeyErmand Graveside services for the cremated remiains of William willbe held at 10 oclock Fri day morning in Falrview ceme Wallalce Nelson of the Presbyterian Church will offic iate at the TOWN DOES NOT HAUL WATER Town officials remind resi dents of the area that they do not use city equipment for the hauling of The tanker is used primarily for extra wa ter at fires and for flushing but is not rented or loaned for other water Lenox Woman Named Mother of the Year LOCAL NEWS On and Ar nol Walter of were guests over Memorial Day of Harlan Nellie Wood of Thompson of El Dorado and Clem Erving of Ne spent the week end waitih their Fay Also visiting were Clifford Bush of and Dean Ething ton of Cedar daughters of and Jim for merly Miss Colleen arid two Mike and moved to Missouri in to their new home the first of the week where Wolfe Is employed as Insuranlce Man ager Casualty for The Mary land Insurance and Bud Spoone Karen MoKee and Mild red Bassertit went to Humboldt Tuesday nighlt for graduation of Kayla granddaugh ter of Bassett and daugh ter of and Dean Bas Those attending Commence ment Exercises Tuesday even ing at 8 at Clarinda high school gym for Roger Allen Brown were Tura Wurs Melvin Wil Mr and Glen Wil liaanBj Marvin Reed and Mry and Howard Stoaks and and Lawrence Kirby and and Ted A reteeptlon followed at the home of his and Qkeelter Others present were and GUen Burroughs and son and Ohet Phelps of Eldon Fiddler of and Leo nard Lee Brown and children of Neil Hamilton of Lenox will leave June 7th for North Caro lina he wHl be attending Iowa State Universitys sum mer Forestry During the six weeks of Neil will take classes in Foresit Mensur Forest Wood Utilization and Multiple Use This year there are 42 ISU students attending the The camp session will end on July and Bert Zollman of California and and Myron Owens of New Hamp shire were honored1 at a cooper ative supper last Tuesday even ing at the Legion Those sharing in the courtesy were and Cecil Mil dred and Gene Van Ruth Ir ma Miehele Wil son and Lo ren and Tom Flora and and Tom and Lori of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests of and Tom Ferguson and nelped Tom celebrate his birth and Leonard Morris of Corning were Sunday even ing callers in the home of Rose Beck and Mary and John Cade and and Ferguson were among the directors and wives of attending supper and farewell party hon oring and Howard Clark at the Junction Oafe in Bedford Wednesday and Robert Donald son and and Donald Donaldson took and Kenneth BoHtinghous to Des Moines as they flew to Ohio to visit and Paul They returned home with Adena as she will attend NWIMSU this If Wayne of was notified Tuesday by radio station of Shenan that she had been select ed as Mother of the Year rep resenting the states of Missouri and Chrisbensen was nomin ated for the award by Clark Lenox who submitted the following letter in her behalf Dear Sirs In listening to your station broadcast you requested candidates for Mother of the I believe we a 1 candidate right here in our town of Her name is Rose Wayne Christensen of 706 Temple She is the mother of twelve iwonderlful as shown in the attached clipping out of the Des Moines and with tier is very active in all school and all activities connected with our Community She is very active in her church work in nearly every and always responds when call ed upon and with her husband handles the youth Nearly every year they have a member of the in the graduating class at She is also a grandlmotfber as her Gary and wMe have a Now for confer with anyone in this town of 1250 people and those who know her will vouch for When you start handing out the roses dont forget our Rose in Clank Moore Iowa Christensen will be not ified latter of future Is to go to have pictures taken to be used for publicity purposes and will re ceive a number of prizes as a result of her Class Makes Grandmother Clocks The advanced woodworking class at Lenox higihstehiooi this year made ten Grandmother Clocks as a mass production Two classes were up of The clocks were made of nut with the works being order ed from a company in Some of the clocks were made for students in the classes and the rest went to people wbo had previously ordered Anna Arneal accompan ied and Gene Suzanne and John of Des Moines Thursday to attend the Commencement exercises ait the University of Iowa at Iowa where her Jeannie Bray member of the graduating receiving tier Biachelor of Science degree in Denial She wfll be employed in   

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