Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1937 · Page 5
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Tuesday, November 30, 1937
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o ews ,ri Rising* Des Molnea, spent living day with her parents, f Mrs. E. R. Rising. Dr. S. Vf> Meyekg spent the living holiday 'with Doctor [father, M. C. Meyer, Bona- Cosgrore leitt Friday a~'calif., to spend the win' her daughter, Mrs. Stuart R. IV. Caldwell left Tlmrs- Inlng for a two day visit er sister, Mrs. M. H. Dcn- . la Arndt spent Thankegiv- -with her mother at Port Virginia clerks at the Sor- flrug store. Frank ShlHs, Melvln Shtlts, t 6 r of Omaha, Mrs. G. C. t and Mrs. LeRoy McWhor- re at Mason City Friday. I Pcttl^row, Flandreau, S. D., the Thanksgiving holidays A. E. Kresenskys. Mrs. ;9 ky Is -Mr. Pettigrew's er. ijlcv. and Mrs. C. Paul Carl- id Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sheehan Thanksgiving dinner .guests and Mrs. Elmer Weaver, of jmore. and Mrs. E. C. Olson, Poca- I, son Lind, and Jewel .Frundt, itter of Norfolk, Neb., were ;sgiving guests at the W. A. I home, and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe and Mr. nn.1 Mrs. Donald Cronln, of rolodo, .spent Thanksgiving day 1 * ' K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA and Simmonsen Morlan dau ehters of Mrs. The W. ,T. Fullers were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Maurer, Spencer. Mrs. Maurer »t a B i ster o£ Mrs ' Fullor ' Mr. and Mrs. Prank Beck, Aberdeen, S. D, spent the week-end with the Full- fr. and Mrs. J. w. Little spont thanksgiving at Mr. Little's bro'. Cronln'a wrenu'M? and ?» C ^ rl ° 8 K Littld '«- « Humi. BorfOronln. Donald st 11 m 'IV T ^ e , !° cal Llttles ar « torm- orates a variety store ' ^ Humboldt cnu »ty res"donU. J. TUT... 1,1 1 ,, C. Mrs (ydc, Smith. She attends tho bUUo louchcrs college m,rt Ir n lin , tl H Ir ; S - LoUoy McWhortor and the latter's mother, Mr.s. Anna 0111, wore Thanksgiving dinner guests of the F. L. nycM-snns. near Burt. Mrs. Hyersou Is Mr. McWhortor's daughter. nanltor nml .Mrs. IT. L . Oilmore took their daughter Mary Louise back to Ames Friday morning. She is a freshman nl the State college I'.. C. Hovey and his daughters spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pearson and Mrs. Hovey at I-Tairmont. Mrs. Hovey, who recently had a goiter operation at Fairmont, Is recuperating at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Pearson, who are her parents. She Is xpocted home in three more weeks. William Cnlwcll, Des Moines, who is attending the 4 C's business college, spent the Thanksgiving holi- is a iresnman at the Stalp rniinim V , , luuiiKBgiving non- and had come home t or ThankgivI??*", wl i h , hl8 ,, paronte ' Mr ' and Mrs ' ing. Amos mudonUi had onlvth» I , Iu 8" Colwell. On Thanksgiving „..- ., <.«<».iiu, nan only the day the Colwells attended a surprise dinner party in honor of Mr. Colwcll's mother, Mrs. Jerome Colwell, at Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black's, onc day off. Sir. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, with their daughter, Dorothy, who teaches at Proctor, Minn., were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Beardsley, Medtord, Minn. Messrs Whitney and Beardsley are cousins. Tlio Itert Deals and Mr. and Mrs. T-. * - g °' C ° V ° rS Joyce Cliristcnscn, Grinnell college student, came home Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Dick qm-ptifii.ii cmnrTf MI ,'"."V 1 ' wun ner Parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. day at GrfotHn^? \ la "! w «' vin f J. Christensen. She rode up with cuy at_ Gr.iettmger with Mr. and Gordon and Bob Dewel, as did an- Mrs. Robert Simmonsen and Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan. The Mesdumes other Grinnell girl who went on to another point. Joyce was listed among Grinnell Chips "off the old block" in a recent number of Scarlet and Black, the college newspaper. Her mother is a Grinnell graduate. Vornon Kohlhaas, Iowa City, was at home over Thanksgiving with his parents, Representative and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, and other Thanksgiving dinner gueats were Doctor and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Dr. and Mrs. C. J Scanlan. Doctor Scanlan, a chiropractor, Is practicing at Rockwell City. Vernon, who returned to Iowa City the same evening, is a student at the Iowa University. Anita Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas who has been suffering with a strepoccoecus throat infection, was reported recuperating rapidly lost week-end. Margaret Ylgars returned to Chicago Sunday night, after having spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr* and Mrs. W. A. Vigara. She is a post-graduate student at the Chicago Theological Seminary. Her undergraduate course was completed with an A. B. degree last June at the State Teachers college, where she won a scholarship In the Chicago school. Miss Vtgars is specializing in social service, and is already doing field work at the Chicago Commons Settlement House, located on the north side of Chicago. Most of the people there are immigrants from Poland and Italy. Once a week Miss Vigars conducts art classes for Italian children. KVERY BUSINESS MAN, DOC- tor, ' lawyer, merchant, should have one of the new Advance plat oooks. Each township, with land nvnp'-ship shown In detail. otf i\nn o u n c n TWO NEW FORD V-8 (AKS FOK 1938 THE D E LUXE 85 HORSEPOWER THE STANDARD 60 OR 85 HORSEPOWER HE LUXE FORD V-8 ... 112" wheelbase; 85-horsepower engine; | Improved Easy-Action Safety Brakes; Center-Poise Ride; All\ Heel body; Mohair or Broadcloth upholstery; Walnut-finished \ trim; Twin horns, tail lights, sun visors; Clock; 6.00" black ; tires, white side-walls are extra; 8 body types; 6 colors. STANDARD FORD V-8 ... 112" wheelbase; 85 or 60 horsepower engine; Improved Easy-Action Safety Brakes; Center- Poise Ride; All-steel body; Broadcloth or Mohair upholstery, Mohair extra in "60"; Mahogany-finished trim; One tail light, sun visor; Twin horns; 3 body types; 3 colors. F ORD offers two new cars for 1938— the Standard Ford V-8 and the De Luxe Ford V-8. They are different in appearance— but built to the same high standard of mechanical'excellence — on the same chassis. Because people liked our 1937 car so "well, they bought more than of any other make. They liked its looks, its smooth performance, an J the way it handled. We have improved on that car in the newly styled Standard Ford V-8. But some folks wanted still more size and style, with the same Ford advantages. For them, we designed a new De Luxe line. The De Luxe Ford V- 8 Sedans are longer with more room, larger luggage space, and finer appointments all around. De Luxe cars are equipped with the 85- horsepower engine only. The Standard is even lower priced than the De Luxe. It has graceful new lines and well-tailored interiors—with a choice of engine sizes—85 or 60 horsepower. Before Ford made V-type 8-cylinder engines available to every one, they were used only in expensive cars. Since then, four million Ford owners have learned the genuine enjoyment of driving an eight- cylinder car with all-around economy. The thrifty "60" engine, especially, makes possible in Standard models a very low first cost and equally low operating cost. With two distinct designs, two engine sizes and two price ranges, you'll find a 1938 Ford car to fit your needs exactly. P D I ( C C FOR CARS DELIVERED IN IX I V. C J DETROIT—TAXES EXTRA Standard Ford V-8 (60 hp.)—Coupe. $599; Tudor, $644; Fordor, $689. Standard Ford V-8 (85 hp.)—Coupe, $629; Tudor, $669; Fordor, $714. DC Luxe Ford V-8 (8S hp. only) — Coupe, $689; Tudor, $729; Fordor, $774; Convertible Coupe, $774; Club Coupe, $749; Convertible Club Coupe, $804; Phaeton, $824; Convertible Sedan, $904. Standard and De Luxe cara equipped with bumpers, bumper guards, spare wheel, tire, tube, tire lock and band, cigar lighter, twin horns, and headlight beam indicator on instrument panel, at no extra charge. In addition, De Luxe cars are equipped with extra tail light, windshield wiper, sun visor; also do luxe steering wheel, glove compartment lock, clock, and chrome wheel bands, at no extra charge. The New 1938 Ford Now On Display at the Kent Motor Co. "Christmas Is Talked of so It Comes at Last." And—talking of Christmas, you naturally think .of the spirit of joy which prevails. To be glad within yourself and with the whole world is the real Christmas sentiment. »V You'll want to look your best for the holidays. Everybody will want to be dressed up in a new suit or overcoat. See them at Zender & Caldwell's. PRICED AT 22.50 24.50 29.50 • Kuppenheimer Good Clothes 35.00 40.00 45.00 They'll give you the glad feeling of comfort and clothes satisfaction. You'll start the year right in a new suit or an overcoat. Everything For Men at This Store A choice selection of articles particularly appropriate for Christmas / gifts. For yourself or your friends you'll find "just the thing"—here. We're guessing that you will buy early and well, but that it's going to take BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE AND AN OCEAN OF VALUE. * If we're wrong, it will be the poorest guess we've ever made. If we're right, we'll be seeing you, for we're showing the finest stocks ever displayed in» northwest Iowa. Zender & Caldwell

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