Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 24, 1935 · Page 5
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OCTOBER 24, 1935 aught in American weighed 34 pounds. and $2,396 in It was found . w , M i checks and 'but the cash was council of Ashland Priced down on all Semes- including e f and church quilt , M t sea wall just com£ youngstown, O. ne • the waters of 1 entirely disap- stoker of. High Point . O wllc ... *ion fnr art nd son Lloyd of pent the weekend with VIenoher's parents, Mr. virs. C. B. Menoher. pay emove for an a penny J by hte infant son NOW Cleary is suing Par known lobster waters for a short visit at the home of Mrs. McGee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walter. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. THE LENOX TIME TABLED LENOX, IOWA Lovitt of Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schmitt Mr. and Mrs. Wade Menoher , — TI—j _« Macksburg . . as. cm and Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Del) spent Sunday evening in Ores- Mr. and Miss Lola Miller attended a eachers meeting in Mount Ayr ast Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Baumann and Mrs. Clarence Armstrong visited last week with G. H. Nisely at Kansas City and with other friends in nearby towns. Mrs. Ola Abbitt, who is attending school at Maryville, spent the weekend at home. Wendell Fleming of Leon was in Lenox Friday night, attending the Leon-Lenox football game. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holben and their daughter, Mrs. A. L. Higbee of Des Moines, went to Des Moines Sunday to spend the •week. While there, Mrs. Holben will attend tha Eastern Star grand chapter meetings. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. McGee of Leon were here Friday evening to see the football game and Mrs. Elizabeth Potte spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Stoner. Father McStay, accompanied •j .Timmip O'npll nnri Wol MADDEN'S GROCERY DEPARTMENT loPCORN illess PKIN, |No, 2 cans IANCAKE FLOUR, iddy Boy, 6 lb. bag — r .AUT, fan Camp's, No. lean — IXTRACT, mon or vanilla IBLETINE DESSERT, 8 oz. bottle 19c t .CHOCOLATE, J9c rs, pound JFEE, special for one week, coffee juket is going up. Fresh roasted Sis week. Tall Corn brand, pound I INNER TUBE by Jimmie O'Dell and Hal Cheese, spent Sunday in Des Moines. L. B. Anderson helped with the community sale at Corning Saturday. Mrs. Bert Hill is quite ill at this time. A. C. Davis of Gravity came Saturday for a visit at the home of his daughter. Dan Stanger, who is in the Greater Community hospital at Creston, and who underwent an operation there, is getting along nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Childs left Tuesday for Excelsior Springs where they will visit with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Childs. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bryant returned Tuesday evening from (Red Oak where they had spent the weekend with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bryant. Mrs. Roy Nelson, Mrs. J. E. Cameron, Mrs. Ora Wilson, Mrs. Walt O'Dell and Miss Lizzie Finn spent Friday in Creston. Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Stroud of Redfleld were dinner guests Thursday of last week, at the home of Mrs. Minta Benson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Peterson of Omaha spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leckliter. Lester Hegwood of Leon attended the football game here Friday night. Mir. and Mrs. Earl Hudson are moving into the rooms over the old Farmers and Merchants ank, formerly occupied by Dr. Huff. . , , Miss Lola Cheese, who is at home for a two weeks vacation pent Friday in Clarinda on Mr and Mrs. Hugh Stephens of Peoria, 111., were called here the first of the week by the death of her father, L. Barnes. „.., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wil son were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Ed Nelson and Mr Wilson's mother, Mrs. Mar Wilson, who makes her horn with the Nelsons, Sunday. Miss Mae Orr attended the 4Qth annual convention or tne Conege Springs Presbyterian Oman's Missionary society ,,S was held at the United Presbyterian church in Com, THE NEW FORD V-8 FOR 1936 Why do we aery The New Ford V-8 ior 1936? it a limited time only, at our regular „. will give an inner tube —;--r _ FREE with each tire »n the types listed below. 30x3^.. 4.40-21.. 4.60-20.. 4.60-21.. 4.76-19.. 6.00-19.. E«ch la Pair* 6Mj ':« '4 • 9- 05 Hi .10.05 7.95 Tin?" 4PI? TUBE FREE $6.75 $4-90 6^0 5.25 6.95 5.50 7.25 5.85 7.70 e ea of Taylor county Sunday School conven- ff which was to have been held at Sharpsburg last Sunday, was postponed until Sunday, N °Miss 3 Alma Orr who has been visiting at the home of hei mother Mrs. Alice Orr and with £her relatives, left Monday for her home in Los Angeles, Calif. The American Legion Auxiliary will have a business meet- and installation of officers the Legion hall this Thurs- What is new about it? Of course, the newest engine in the low-price car field is still the V-8 engine. Since Ford made it available to all car users (keeping it as economical as cars with fewer cylinders) the Ford V-8 has been the newest engine on the market and remains the newest for 1936. You may buy a car on minor "talking points"-some specially advertised feature "with the car thrown in"-but, after all. it is the engine you buy when you buy a car. Hence we put the engine first, Other neu> points about the car make a long list. Its lines are much more beautiful. The hood is longer and sweeps forward over the distinctive new radiator grille, giving the car a length and grace that are instantly impressive. The fenders are larger, with a wide flare. Horns are concealed behind circular grilles beneath the headlamps. New steel wheels. Ford upholstery-always of sterling quality and excellent taste-is rich and enduring. The appointments of the car have a new touch of refinement. There In more practical matters, many improvement have been made- Steering is made easier by a new steering gear ratio. The cooling system circulates 5V 2 gallons of water through a new, larger radiator. Natural thermo- syphon action is assisted by two centrifugal water pumps. New style hood louvres permit a rapid air-flow around the engine. Easier, quieter shifting ot Ford gears -The gear shift lever now travels a shorter distance. The two qualities you want in fJ^i.—. Brakes that stop the car with ease and certainty. Ford Super-Safety Brakes of the long-tested, fool-proof, mechanical design. Safety -as altUays-VL the electrically welded genuine"steel body. Safety Glass all around at no extra cost. Hundreds have written grateful letters because this glass has protected the safety of their families. A car you can drive without strain all day, if you like, in city or country. Steady, "holds the road, responds to the driver's touch like a well-trained horse. You don't have to "push" or "tight" the Ford V-8-driver and car easily get each other. An engine has much to do with the roominess of a car. Very much indeed. A long engine uses up car space. The compact V-8 engine permits much of the ordinary engine space to be used by passengers. It really is a great car in every way. this 1936 Ford V-8-the finest, safest, most dependable Ford car ever built Now on display by Ford dealers. LOW FORD V-8 PRICES THIRTEEN BODY TYPES—Coupe (S windows). $510. Tudor Sedan, $520. Fordor Sedan, $580. DE LUXE—Hoadster (with rumble seat), $S60. Coupe (3 windows). $570. Coupe (5 windowa), $555. Phaeton. $590. Tudor Sedan, $565. Cabriolet (with rumble seat). $625. Fordor Sedan, $625. Tudor Touring Sedan (with built-in trunk), $590. Fordor Touring Sedan (with built- in trunk), $650. Convertible Sedan, $760. F O.B. Detroit. Standard accessory group, _--££;«. and «p<*» *•• «*«• W1 Ford v ;lf dy , ^.7 have SaJely Glass throughout at no additional co.t. have SaWY aa. ro Economicalt.rzm. through Univ.r 8 al Credit Company. r 39-PLATE „ BATTERY ItyJaceyour old worn battery before I niter sets in. Guaran- £ ^% A Q I to aad service adjust- Y *J yo I tot. Exchange Price.. Ml 51-PLATE TIGER Super-Active BATTERY RADIATOR METHANOL Gallon in your can leg DENATURED ALCOHOL A fine anti-freeie rt latest low prices. M. Thompson of "had spent a week PS Hamilton and son Alfred ksrt&r?£=.« of NOTICE As I have broken my SSrJ^SSl this^irThere- fTe I ^n offering my onions and sweet potatoes at . bu. at my home. E. E. Exchange | Installed Free .tonal-Pelt [Mat Auto Frost'' i-JS frost' [Shield, 6 f xl4* .49 TlwEK " > ^fci'*^'i m WINTER OIL^el Flows freely even at 36 below. JPer Gallon la Your Can 60* Includes Federal Tax ~,j f J TIGER | WIHTOI proving. ™ w Wa lker Church Supper SATURDAY, OCT. 26 at Christian Church Basement begin serving at 5 — MENU — Smothered Chicken Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Candied Sweet Potatoes Baked Beans Banana Sala Pickles Jelly, Pi0 Adults 35c Children 35c Sale Postponed on account of bad weather, until Friday, Oct. 25 40 HEAD CATTLE 15 HEAD HOGS 8 HEAD HORSES FULL LINE OF MACHINERY Leslie Orr Lenox Exchange FURNITURE GLIDER BUFFET DINING TABLES PARLOR SUITES WALNUT LIBRARY TABLE BABY BED SANITARY COT, ETC. CARPENTER TOOLS STOVES MEN'S SUITS & OVERCOATS LADIES COATS CHILDRENS COATS SHOES AND RUBBERS WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE & REPAIR , LEADER ^ CAR HEATER _ "'• enamel finish—tubular and W;b _ A —„_ • core. Guaranteed motor. Wl Heater Hose, loss Fittings Vl ^ ttooi -'' ™ Radiator Hose, FordT,Ix>wer. 5C "™" M Winter Frofltj »»-» 'H* 1 - - 1 KSherette... .2* jUout Chain, Single, 1 4,40-4.78...-.^ • --- - — - we deeply appreciate them all- Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins 1936 Ford V-8 Is On Display Here , complete dP—" (Tiger, Strap Type, 4*-6.60 AUTHORIZED MBLE STORES K brought IIBI* ""- l ke by the and P la f dn i nE ame department aWt " new cars ever offered by any manufacturer. DIXON & ESTEL FORD SALES AND SERVICE Iowa

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