Lenox, Taylor County, Iowa obituaries
transcribed by: Lorelei Rusco - lorerus@iowatelecom.net

Bogue, Charles Albert -

Bogue, Lecta Pearl Lawrence -

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bogue of Lenox, Iowa, were killed about 8:50 Monday morning, May 1st, at Eagleville, Missouri, when the car they were driving was struck by a gravel truck. According to authorities, the Bogues had attended the funeral of a niece, and after spending Sunday night with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shain, were backing their car out of the Shain driveway onto the main road when the accident occurred. Mr. Bogue was 83 and Mrs. Bogue 63. They had been residents of Lenox approximately ten years.

The Bogues are survived by two daughters and a son. Mrs. Bogue had two brothers, one of whom, Ray Lawrence, was well known in Taylor County. Mr. Bogue had retired from farming, and the couple had prepared the Tuesday evening meals for the Rotary Club members for some time.

Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at 2; 00 from the Christian Church in Eagleville, Missouri, with burial at Ridgeway, Missouri.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 4, 1967


Bogue, Charles Albert -

Charles Albert Bogue, son of Sanford and Lurany Chapman Bogue, was born near Hatfield, Mo., March 16, 1885 and passed away May 1, 1967 at the age of

82 years 1 month 14 days. After losing his parents and a small sister at an early age, he went to the home of his grandparents to spend the rest of his boyhood.

Two brothers, Edd and Tobe, also preceded him in death.

He was united in marriage to Clara Bandy on May 11, 1906. They lived in Bethany a short  time, then moved to a farm west of Eagleville where their three

children were born: Dean Bogue, Trenton, Mo.; Maxine Shain, Eagleville, Mo.; and Mrs. Norma Grina, Princeton, Mo.

In 1917, Charles joined the Eagleville Christian Church. In later years, he changed his membership to the Presbyterian Church at Sharpsburg, Iowa.

The family moved to a farm near Ridgeway in 1926, where Clara's health failed, and on May 11, 1934 she passed away.

On March 15, 1936 Charles married Lecta Lawrence. They moved to Iowa where they spent their entire married life. For several years, they farmed, then

retired to a nice little home in Lenox, Iowa, where friends and relatives were always welcome.

The family of his wife he loved just as he loved his own.

Charles leaves to mourn his passing, besides his children, whom he loved very much, two sons-in-law: Carl Shain and Si Grina, and one daughter-in-law,

Velma Bogue; three grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren; one brother, John Bogue, Eagleville, Mo.; and three sisters: Mrs. Mamie Johnson and

Mrs. Sadie Pryor of St. Joseph, Mo. and Mrs. Bessie White, Bethany, Mo.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 11, 1967


Bogue, Lecta Pearl Lawrence -

Lecta Pearl Bogue was born March 15, 1903 and departed from this life May 1, 1967 at the age of 64 years, 1 month and 17 days.

She was the daughter of William A. Lawrence and Ica Dora Johnson. Her birthplace was on the family farm in the Kirkley Chapel neighborhood south of

Ridgeway, Mo. She joined the Kirkley Chapel Church at an early age and though her membership was changed to various other churches, her faith and devotion never changed. She gave freely of her time and love and was always ready and willing to help anyone any way that she could.

She was united in marriage to Charles Albert Bogue March 15, 1936. Even though she was not blessed with children of her own, she bestowed her love on her stepchildren and nieces and other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her father, William A., an infant brother, William, a sister  Lola Todd and a brother, Ray Lawrence.

Left to mourn her passing are her mother, Ica Dora Lawrence of Bethany; a brother, Otha Lawrence., of Joliet, Illinois; a brother, Earl Lawrence of Bethany

and nieces: Doralea Jansen [Jensen] family of Cumberland, Iowa; Beverly Oliver and family of Hazelcrest, Illinois and Maxine Pritchard family of Burlington,

Iowa and a number of other relatives and friends.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 11, 1967


Brown, Drew Allen -

Graveside services were held at the Lenox cemetery on Thursday at 2:00 p. m. for Drew Allen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyn Brown of Lenox. The baby was

born on Tuesday, June 27th, 1967 at the Rosary hospital in Corning. He died Wednesday p. m.

Grandparents surviving are Rev. J. W. Ferris of Rock Rapids, Iowa, formerly of Blockton, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Brown of Diagonal.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday July 6, 1967


Clark, Nellie Margaret Ross -

Mrs. Harold T. (Nellie) Clark, 45, of Stringtown, was instantly killed late Saturday afternoon when her automobile collided with a pickup truck at the junction

of highways 34 and 25, about 10 miles southwest of Creston. Officers who investigated the accident said Mrs. Clark lost control of her car after it had

been in a collision with an automobile driven by James E. Ray, 37, of Cromwell. The Clark car went over the center island dividing the traffic lanes at the intersection

and ran head on into the side of the pickup truck driven by Clifford Miller of Corning.

Sheriff Lloyd Leonard of Adams county said Mrs. Clark was going east. Ray drove into the intersection from the north as he was taking a boy to the doctor;

His car and that of Mrs. Clark clipped each other and the Clark car went out of control. Mrs. Clark's car was torn apart in the collision with the pickup truck. The top and left side were torn off. The pickup truck also was damaged extensively. It went off the north side of the highway and stopped in the ditch.

Miller was not hurt but his son, Garland, 15, who was a passenger in the truck, suffered minor injuries.

Officers said that charges of failing to yield the right of way have been filed against Ray.

Memorial services for Mrs. Clark were held Tuesday, August 22, 2:00 P. M. at the Lenox Christian church. Rev. David Shaeffer officiated.

Nellie Margaret Clark, daughter of Mack and Clara Ross, was born January 25, 1922 at Nevenville, la., and departed this life on August 19, 1967, at the age of

45 years, 5 months and 19 days.

She grew to womanhood in the Union and Taylor Counties, and was a graduate of the Lenox High School.

She was united in marriage at high noon in the home of her mother at Lenox, Iowa, to Harold T. Clark of Creston, on January 25, 1941.  To this union two children were born: Robert and Junell, both of Stringtown.

She joined the Lenox Christian Church at an early age. In 1956 she transferred her membership when the family joined the Stringtown Community Church.

Mrs Clark was presently an active member in the Christian Church, serving with honor on various committees of the CWF.

Mr. and Mrs. Clark for the past 19 years, have operated a garage at Stringtown.

Preceding her in death were her parents, two brothers and two sisters.

She is survived by her husband and one daughter-in-law, all of Stringtown. Also four sisters, Mrs. Velma Dunn of Creston, Ia., Mrs. Mildred Goddard of

Seattle,Wash., Miss Luellen Ross of Des Moines, la., Mrs. Gertrude Nelson of Conway, la, and a brother, Floyd Ross, of St. Joseph, Mo.

Music was furnished by Roger and Steven Brown, accompanied by Miss Janis Roberts at the organ. Internment was at the Stringtown Community Cemetery.

Bearers were Darrel Brown, Earl Roberts, Glendon Walter, Bill Sweeney, John Craft and Jack Butler.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 24, 1967


Conn, William H -

William H. Conn, 70, a resident of Lenox for several years, died Sunday morning at a Council Bluffs hospital. Mr. Conn had been in failing health in recent

months and had entered the hospital for treatment about two weeks ago.

During the time he was a resident here he worked for the railroad and in more recent years had assisted in jobs in the downtown area.

He was born July 3, 1891.

Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. from the Bender Funeral Home, with Rev. Floyd Newbrough, pastor of the Methodist

Church, officiating.

Bearers were Don Miller, Wes Crouch, Carl Herbst, Jesse Davidson, Charles Sullivan and Merle Henderson.

Burial was in the cemetery at Ladoga, Iowa.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 3, 1967


Conn, William H -

William H. Conn, son of Adolphus and Emma Scott Conn was born July 3, 1891 in Taylor County near the town of Ladoga, Iowa, and departed this, life on July

30, 1967 at the age of 76 years, 27 days at the Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Shortly after the death of his mother when he was an infant, he made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Nelt Richards of Formosa, Kansas and lived there until he

reached manhood. Later choosing to make his home in Lenox, Iowa where he made many friends.

Bill lived his life humbly and honestly. Dependability was an outstanding virtue along with his deep concern, for others above his own needs.

Bill leaves to mourn his passing two half brothers, George Conn, Beloit, Kansas; Alfred Conn, Mitchedd, Nebraska; two step brothers, Frank and Ermis

Burke and a number of nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death were three full brothers, Albert Conn, Clarence Dorm, and Roy Conn. Also three half brothers, Wilbur Conn, Adolphus (Buzz) Conn and

Charles Conn.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 10, 1967


Cox, Lora Pearl West -

Mrs. Pearl Cox, wife of Richard Cox, former Lenox resident, died Sunday, May 14th in a Nursing Home in Glenwood, Iowa.

Mrs. Cox was a niece of Mrs. Lillie Menoher and a cousin of Mrs. Virgil Vincent.

Funeral services were held Wednesday at Roland Funeral Home in Corning at 2:00. Burial was in Prairie Rose Cemetery near Corning.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 18, 1967


Cox, Lora Pearl West -

Lara Pearl Cox, daughter of Sarah B. Monahan and Robert Bruce West was born October 14, 1882, on a farm in Taylor county where she attended country

school and grew to womanhood. She became <a member of the Fairview Christian church.

On October 11, 1905 she was united in marriage to Richard W. Cox. To this union four children were born: a son, who died at birth and three daughters,

Mrs. Truman (Grace) Payne of Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Garreld (Edith) Baker of Glenwood, Iowa; and Mrs. Henry (Aleda) Carlson of Omaha, Nebraska.

After farming for 29 years in Holt township, Taylor county, the family moved to Lenox where they resided for five years before moving to Glenwood, Iowa.

For several years Mrs. Cox lived in Corning, Iowa and assisted in the care of her invalid mother. During this time Mr. Cox was employed in Omaha. In 1956 they purchased a home in Omaha where Mr. Cox passed away in March 1959. Shortly after his death Mrs. Cox's health failed and she spent several years in nursing homes in Omaha.

In July 1965 she was moved to Lakeview Manor in Glenwood, Iowa where she remained until late April of this year, when she was transferred to the Glenhaven

Home, also in Glenwood. Here she resided until her death May 14, 1967. Mrs. Cox was a kind and loving wife and mother. She was very thoughtful of her relatives

and friends, and seldom missed sending cards on their birthdays. Just before she became critically ill she selected a card to be sent to her lifelong friend.

In addition to her three daughters, Mrs. Cox leaves to mourn her passing three granddaughters and one great grandson; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Fudge and Mrs. Hazel Wetzel, both of Corning, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held from the Roland Funeral Home in Corning, Wednesday afternoon, May 17 at 3:00 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Paul Williams.

Interment was in the Prairie Rose cemetery. Pallbearers were John Keefe, James Keefe, Dean Leonard, Cleo Wetzel, Ralph Huntington, and Lloyd West.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 15, 1967


Gold, Inez Delinda Davis -

Mrs. Inez Gold, 82, died Monday morning at the Lenox Rest Home, where she had been residing. Mrs Gold is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Gladys Davis of


Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Bender Funeral Home with Rev. David Shaeffer, pastor of the Christian Church

officiating. Music was furnished by Norma Paymal and Roland Buxton. Bearers were Elvin Shafer, George Davis, Roquel Davis, Rex McMahill, Howard Veft and

Randy McMahill.

Burial was in Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 19, 1967


Gold, Inez Delinda Davis -

Inez Delinda Davis, daughter of Emma and George W. Davis was born near Lenox, Iowa, Dec. 11, 1884 and departed from this life June 26th, 1967 at the age of

82 years, 6 months, 16 days. She was one of eleven children. She lived in Taylor County all of her life except for five years in Ringgold County.

She was united in marriage to Charles C. Gold June 26, 1901 at Bedford, Iowa. To this union one child was born, a daughter Gladys. She was also a mother

to Ralph DeVoe who came to make his home with them at the age of thirteen.

In addition to her daughter, she is survived by her son-in-law, Melvin Davis; three sisters, Bonnie Elsie and Clara of Fredonia, Kansas; seven grandchildren:

La Von Vest of Kansas City, Mo., Marton McMahill of Des Moines, Patricia Shafar of Gravity, Charles Hayes of Glenwood, Roquel Davis of Greenfield, George Davis of Des Moines and Norvel Davis of Lenox and fifteen great grandchildren.

She joined the Blue Grove Christian Church at an early age and transferred her membership in 1955 to the Lenox Christian Church.

On June 26, 1951 Mr. arid Mrs. Gold celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.

She will be greatly missed by her daughter Gladys, and by her grandchildren for she was like a mother to them.

Funeral services were held June 28, 1967 at the Bender Funeral Home with Rev David Shaeffer officiating.

Pallbearers were  Roquel Davis, George W. Davis, Rex McMahill, Randy McMahill, Howard Vest, Elvin Shafer.

Final resting place was at Fairview Cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday July 6, 1967


Gourley, Floyd -

Floyd Gourley, 63, a farmer north of Clearfield for several years, died at the Rosary hospital in Coming Friday night, May 26th.

Survivors include his widow, Fern; a daughter, Mrs. Herman Reimer of Creston; a son, Jack Gourley of Lenox; three brothers Ralph and Walter Gourley of

Villisca and Alvin of Illinois. Two sisters, Mrs. Walter Penton and Mrs Fred Focht, both of Villisca also survive.

Funeral services were conducted at 1 p. m. Monday from the Methodist Church in Clearfield, with Rev. Edward Tschetter officiating. Burial was in Villisca Cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 1, 1967


Gourley, Floyd -

Floyd Gourley, son of Fletcher and Maude Gourley was born at Villisca, Iowa on June 25, 1903 and departed from this life at the Rosary Hospital in Corning,

Iowa May 26, 1927 following a lingering illness.

He grew to manhood in the rural community north of Villisca  and was graduated from the Villisca High School in 1923. On October 22, 1930, he was united

in marriage to Ferne Hyde of Villisca, and two children were born to this union, a daughter, Joyce and a son, Jack.

In 1938 the family moved to the Clearfield community where they still reside. He was engaged in farming until health forced him to retire.

He was a member of Noble Lodge and the Eastern Star of Clearfield. He was united with the Methodist church at an early age. He was active in community

affairs and belonged to a number of social and service organizations as long as his health permitted.

Floyd suffered with Parkinson's Disease for eight and one-half years but he never lost his cheerful disposition.

He was preceded in death by his mother, father and one brother.

Those left to mourn his passing are his beloved wife Ferne, his daughter Joyce Reimer, his son Jack Gourley, a daughter-in-law, Phyllis and son-in-law, Herman Reimer; also his pride and joy, his  grandchildren, Kathy, Bonnie, Douglas, Patricia, Roxanne, Brian and Alvin Reimer, and Dennis, David, Pamela and Gary Gourley;

three brothers, Ralph and Walter of Villisca, Alvin of Carlinville, Ill,, two sisters, Irene Focht, and Elzene Penton of Villisca; several nieces and nephews and many friends.

Final rites were conducted Monday, May 29 from the Methodist church in Clearfield with Rev. Tschetter officiating. Burial was in Villisca with Masonic rites. A memorial fund has been established to be given for research for Parkinson's disease through the University of Iowa City.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 8, 1967


Hagee, Lela -

Mrs. Lela Hagee, wife of Rev. E. F. Hagee passed away in St. Joseph, Mo., on June 12, 1967. Her funeral was at Woodson Chapel in St. Joseph June 14. Rev. Hagee was pastor at the Lenox Christian Church from 1936 to 1945.

Besides her husband, three daughters survive: Mrs. Fern Montgomery, Mrs. Bonnie Patrick and Mrs. Etta Marie Clingan; and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Geneva Nixon Hagee and nine grandchildren. A son, Joy E. Hagee, passed away in 1962.

Those attending the funeral from Lenox were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wilson, Mrs. Harve Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Nixon, Mrs. Ruth Boltinghouse, Miss Isabel Nixon and Mrs. Harry Preston.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 22, 1967


Riley, Martha Rilla Harrison -

Martha Rilla Harrison daughter of Samuel and Sarah Harrison was born near Corning, February 5, 1877 and passed away June 3, 1967 at the age of 90 years, 3 months, and 2 days.

She was married to Louis Riley April 20th, 1904. They lived many years in the Mercer Center neighborhood before moving to Corning in 1944.

She was preceded in death by her husband Louis in 1955, her parents, two sisters—Lizzie Brokaw and Kate Harrison, and one brother John Harrison.

She is survived by two sisters—Maggie Mcllravy, Isabel Lucas, several nieces and nephews, also Leslie Bycroft who was like a son to her since 1919 and his wife, and their daughters and families—-Deva and Charles Lundquist and Joan and Andrew Mosby.

Rilla was a member of the Corning Methodist Church, the WSCS of Mercer Center and later the Corning WSCS, and the Bay View Reading Circle. She closed her home in Corning, July 12, 1966 and made her home with Mabel and Leslie Bycroft of near Lenox.

Funeral services were held from the Methodist Church in Corning, Iowa, Monday June 5th at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Lester Moore.  Music was furnished by Mrs Doyle Tranbarger and Mrs Bert Peckman with Mrs Joe Cook organist.  Burial was in the Walnut Grove Cemetery.  Pallbearers were Homer O'Connell, Porter Hunter, Howard Pepper, Tip Lucas, George Brokaw and Bernard Riley.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 15, 1967Me


Rogers, Floyd Ernest -

Floyd Ernest Rogers, 80, a farmer who lived southeast of Prescott, died at the Crest Haven nursing home in Creston at 11:15 Monday morning. He had

been ill for some time.

Mr Rogers had spent most of his life in the Prescott community.

Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Faye Hockett, and a brother, Orville Rogers of Lenox.

Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at the Methodist Church, in Prescott.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 4, 1967


Sims, Monte Elbert-

Monte E. Sims, 70, Kent farmer, died Tuesday afternoon at Greater Community hospital in Creston.

Survivors include his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Rosalie Johnson of Norwalk and Mrs. Darlene Churchman of Carlisle, plus a host of friends.

Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:00 p. m. in the Lenox United Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in the Graceland cemetery at Creston.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 11, 1967


Sims, Monte Elbert -

Monte Elbert Sims, Kent community farmer, passed away May 9, 1937 in Creston. Born November 20, 1896 near Versailles, Missouri, he was 70 years of>age

at his death. He had farmed 35 years in Adair, Madison, and Union counties, having lived near Kent for 11 years.

Survivors include his wife, Lillie, and two daughters: Mrs. Darlene Churchman of Carlisle, Iowa and Mrs. Rosalea Johnson of Norwalk, Iowa. Also surviving

are one sister, Mrs. Wayne Harlan of Independence, Missouri; one brother, Mr. Lee Sims of Versailles, Missouri; and six grandchildren.

Mr. Sims was a member of Lenox Presbyterian Church.

Final rites were held Friday afternoon. Interment was at Graceland Cemetery, Creston.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 18, 1967


Spoonemore, Mary Margaret Hufnagel -

Mrs. Mary Spoonemore, resident of Lenox, died Monday morning, August 14, 1967 at the age of 87 at her home.

Survivors include three daughters, Nellie Harper of Lenox, Mrs. Ruby Dow of Longmont, Colo., and Mrs. Faye Ingram of Des Moines; two sons, Harvey and

Harry of Lenox and a number of grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday at the Bender Funeral Home with Rev. John. O. Wagner, officiating,

Bearers were Donald Bubb, George Grey, Wes Crouch, Byron Eberle, Howard Riley and Gordon Elder.

Burial was in the Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 17, 1967


Spoonemore, Mary Margaret Hufnagel -

Mary Margaret Hufnagel Spoonemore was born June 5, 1880 and passed away August 14, 1967. She was united in marriage to Ben Spoonemore on July 30, 1899. To this union seven children were born. Surviving are the following children: Nellie Harper of Lenox; Mrs. Ruby Dow of Longmont, Colorado; Harry of Lenox; Mrs. Faye Ingram of Des Moines; Harvey of Lenox; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, and two children, Glen and Gertrude.

She leaves many fond memories with all she leaves to mourn her passing.

Funeral services were held from the Bender Funeral Home Wednesday, August 16 at 2:00 P. M., with Rev. John Wagner, Pastor of the Salem Church officiating.

Pall bearers were: Don Bubb, George Grey, Wes Crouch, Byron Eberle, Howard Riley and Gordon Elder.

Interment was in the Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 24, 1967


Toy, Cora B -

Cora B. Toy, 85, died Friday, May 26, at the Rest Home in Corning. She had been in failing health for several months, and only recently had been moved to the rest home from the hotel in Lenox.

She was born June 21, 1882.

Funeral services were conducted from the Bender Funeral Home in Lenox Saturday, May 27 at 2 o'clock with Rev. Floyd Newbrough officiating.

Burial was in the Conway cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 1, 1967


Venteicher, Raymond Anton -

Raymond Anton Venteicher, 35 of Lenox, formerly of Carroll, Iowa, died at Lenox about 6:30 p.m., Thursday, June 8, 1967. Requiem Mass was read at 10:30 a. m., Saturday at St. Lawrence Church at Carroll, with interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery there. Friends called at 7:30 p. m., Friday at the Twit Funeral Home in Carroll, where the Rosary was recited at 8 p.m., Friday.

Ray, as he was known by his many friends at Lenox was engaged in road construction work, had lived at Lenox for about 5 years. He was born at Carroll, April 14, 1932, the eldest son of Joe J. and Elizabeth Brincks Venteicher and received his education there at St. Joseph School. He was a Korean Veteran, having served in the Army

from 1953 until 1959, and was a member of the Lenox American Legion.

Survivors included: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Venteioher, of Carroll; his devoted fiance, Vivian; 5 brothers, Gerald of Scranton; Donald of Glidden; Merlen, Ralph and Elmer of Carroll; 5 sisters-in-law, Mrs. Eunice Venteicher of Scranton; Mrs. Phyllis Venteicher of Glidder; Barbara, Diane and Linda Venteicher of Carroll; several nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles; his grandmother, Mrs Frances Venteicher, also of Carroll, Vivian's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler.

He will be greatly missed by family and friends. He was a good worker, had been lately employed by Morris Bros. Construction Company. All who knew him are indeed saddened by his untimely death, this sudden, terrible tragedy that befell him, which perhaps was accidental, his closest loved ones prefer to think. Where he will

be most sorely missed will be the Butler home where he was welcomed as a member of the family the last few years and where he felt most relaxed. He received last rites administered by Father Weingert of Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday June 15, 1967