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   Lenox Time Table (Newspaper) - January 10, 1974, Lenox, Iowa                                TABLE Volume 98 1974 Number ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE at easketball with Girls boys of first semeiter l2LOonference wrestling meat at wreatMng i To Observe 40th Anniversary KaHtoxyn Andrew And tin Greg and Shesrrl hoflid an open house hbn Ortng iher and George Rels at the Patricks CRMirrib Hall to The actual wedding date is ItelaMives and friends are in Nb gidte Final Rites For Bertie Sanders Miss Bertie died at the Lenox Care Center in Funeral services were held at 311st at the KeatingMaKaisson funeral home in Lester pastor of the First Christian Church conducted the Music was by who played In the Garden and The Odd Rugged Casket bearers were Clarence Fred Bill Clifford Herman Weisshaar and Ru dolph On Deans Honor List At Maryville Northwest Missouri State Uni versiity has announced the name of 551 undergraduate students whose superior fall se mester academic accomplish ments hiave earned them places on the Deans Honor Among Uhe students carrying a grade point average is Paula Bush of Students carrying a to grade point average in cluded Nancy Bayer of Roberta Larson of and LeiAnn Tyler of Burial was in Fairview ceme tery at Bertie Belle Sanders was born at She was the daughter of William and Lucy Tapp San She had never She came to Iowa with her family when a small child and lived near until 19017 when the family moved to In 19S5 she moved to Creston where she made her home as long as her health per She came to the Lenox Nursing Home in She was a member of First Christian Church in later trans ferring her membership to the Creston Miss Sanders is survived by a Ed Roiibjy Hop pee of and ne phews Roy Worthington of Glen Wonthingbon oi Gene Worthingten of William Sanders of Des Moines and Rudolph Weisshaar of Bender Funeral Home Sold in a transaction here and Jim Larkin of Corning bought the Bender Home from and ftollie This con dudea thditty three years of for tihe alElo owner of the Roland Fyuheral Home at Corn took hia professional trairn ing at Worsham School of Mor tuary Stcltiiw in Chicago and fftaa flit Corning two He Isr a native of lathes Viola Brown will continue as attendant at funeral living In the apartment recently vacated by the The business will continue un der the name of LarkinBender Funeral teletplhbne 333 and Bender will con tinue to miake Lenox their Tiger Wrestlers Suffer First Loss The Tiger wrestling team suffered its first loss of the season last to Corn ing The Junior varsity also The only win ner Ifor the varsiifcy team was iMike Bradley at Roger Lenox Girls Defeated Corning The Lenox Tigeretltes routed Corning 7080 Friday night to run itiheir seasons record to 71 in a game played on the losers Lenox led 2313 the end of the firdt built it to 4930 at jjtalfitime and waas off and running the quarter Diane Morley had W points for the locals with JSiseryl ster tossing in Marilyn Brad ley added Ifi and Julie Wind horst Dandy Oain had 8 rebounds and steals in the Celia Schweers had six relbouncLs and 3 Coming won the jamior var sity Lenox is 51 in Tall Corn Conference play as a result of Friday nighjts MIKE BRADLEY Wrestler of the Week Breach and Jack Oarey scored the other four points by record inig iThe next action for the Tig ers will ibe tonight in a dual with Leon at This Saturday the Tigers will wrestle in the Tall Corn Con ference tournament at Greeh The varsity and junior varsity teams will both be corn Action will begin at with rounds as follows varsity junior varsllty varsity 5th and Stih and The second beginning at will include the junior varsity varsity semitfinals junior varsity 3rd and 4th and the junior varsity The 3rd and 4th place miafteh es for the varsity will be wrest led at with the finals im mediately School Board Meet The regular school board will be held Monday January at 8JOO in fine board room at high CoM Weather Arid More Snow Snow began falling in this section of the staite during the noon hour Tuesday and approx imately three inches of the Ugtot powdery moisture covered the ground before the snowfall ended about that Hhe storm followed a week of biitJter cold temperatures 6h toad prevailed in this area several Lenox Boys Fall To Corning The Corning boys trounced the Lenox Tigers Friday keep their record per ffidt in Tall Corn conferenoe Receives Word Of Sisters Death Carl Cordell received word Friday of the dearth of iher Albert Bugg of Kansas will Ibe rememlbered here as Pearl Evans and for several years taught school in the Sharpsbung and Gravity Survivors include her husband and one adopted1 Helen Nance of iFuneral services were conduc ted Monday afternoon in Kan sas Bed Aiders gained i 24 8 first quarter lead and upped it to 4224 art The wlnnens led 3830 after three quarters of Dukes scored 18 points for followed by Dave Flynn wiftfli 10 In Corn ing also won Frank Soh weers had ten points for Lenox while Grundman 25 for the snowfall caused a nement of basketball con tests scheduled for that night against the East Union Ftfrtunaitely the wind did not gain enough velocity to cause serious drifting and school was able to be held Thermometer readings during the past seven days have been above the zero during daytime hours tout have fallen the zero mark each ISkies were clear Wednesday morning with the temperature at a cold 12 degrees ibelow zero at eight g For driving to work and starting on Uhe job in dark ness is not Unit for many others it is a hew and different This is the reaction of the first four days of wintertime daylight savings one wondered what all the were doirig hustling albouit time of jthe morn The extra heavy vehicle traffic was another indication most had remembered to set their clocks ahlead one hour last Sunday and were opening Stores and reporting for work on Most of the comments arent but more or less tol Were supposed to be saving energy fouit in truth we turn tihe Hghits on one hour earlier in morning and one hour later in the CHANGE IN DRIVERS LICENSE SCHEDULE Examiners will be in Bedford today and at Corning Friday for ithe renewing of drivers li A change in the schedule for taking the test or renewing li censes is now effect in Cres Examiners are there now all day each Monday instead of Tuesday ias has been the case in the Licenses are now issued for the moat part on a fouryear basis and the cost is BIRTHS and Earl Sanburn of Lenox are the proud par ents of an 8 5 ounce born 8th the Rosary Hospital in He has two sisters at Grandparents are and Robert of Nodl and and Neuhardl Great igrandtmother is Fochftp df k Hugh Andrews Died January 7th Hugh January Wf74 at 4 alt Rosary hospital In Cora Andrews waa the of John and Carrie OUlicKifc He was born on a farm near Diagonal on October and grew up in grada atinjg from the Lenox He became a member of the United Presbyterian Church at an early He was married on April 1915 to Stella One was born to this un He was associated produce business in Clarion and Eagle In 1970 he retired and moved back fir Lenox He was preceded in death by his parents and Surviving are his five grandchildren 2 great grand also one Ivan Mary brotfhersin nieces and Funeral services were conduc ted Wednesday afternoon at 2 from the in with1 ibhe Rev Soup Supper At Country Club There will be a soup supper at the Country Club iSaitfttrday January If you plan to attend call Thelimia COMING EVENT Past Matrons will meet with Everett Gipe Tuesday aft lath at 2 The communications of Tremont will be held at 8 in the Ma sonic All Master Ma sons are The regular meeting of the Taylor County Study Group will toe held on 21st at 8 in the Gravity Ma sonic All officers are urged to Work will be on ithe The of the 1974 officers of Tremont will be this Saturday 12ith at 8 at the Ma sonic The public is in will meet at Norma Paymals on 10 at 8 with Mildred Cheese Salome Chapter Or der of the Eastern Star is hav ing its installation of officers 13 at in ithe Ma sonic All are invited to The Jolly Time Club will meet at the Legion Hall January 151th at 2 To Hold Auction At Old Gym Harlan Brown and Jim Bolt local will hold a consignment auction in the old gymnasium in Lenox on January Thte auction will feature fur antiques and any sale able Merchants consign ments are also Most homes have a certain amount of items that can be still used by somteone The auctioneers urge you to look a roumd and if you find something thiat is still good but which you no longer have use bring it to the sale and turn it into They have an announcement elsewhere in todays Time Special Cattle Sale 16th The Lenox Livestock Auction will have a special cattle sale at their ring on Several outstanding consign ments are expected for the special Music was furnished by berta Locbhart and Gwen May Bearers were Kenneth Mc Wayne Paul Robert Look hart and Guy in East vJew Scherle To Have Office In Creston iCongressmian William Scherle stated Tuesday he will open a parttime office in Cres ton on January U8th to pro vide servicfk to residents of It counties in the part of the fiflth congressional The office wild in the Un ion county court house and will be open every other be from 10 to 4 The room on the basement floor of the Jim dlstridt represen taltive on Scherles who travels throughout the ties of the fifth will be in the Creston office at those times to assist people of area with any questions they may the congressman If there are thiat additional hours are war he consideration will be to expanding the schedule or operating the off ice on a full time The 10 counties which will be served in the office are Un Madi Warren and NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Many subscriptions to the Time Table become due durlnig the months of December and These should be re newed In the near fuiture we will clean up the mailing list and all subsKjribers in arrears will ibe removed from the The current shortage of news print requiiree us to conserve on our stock as much as We hope residents of 10 counties will make full use of our new Creston Congressman Scherle add of constitu ents both here and in other parts of the district are en couraged to continue to call on our Washington as well as the district offices in the federal building at Council Bluffs and at 413 Kellogg In Hours alt the two triqt offices are 8 to   

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