KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. Aj[/>ONA. IOWA Oct. 26—A son born to Ira Roy>Sherman last ' was'.baptised Sun " r ...u^-h's Church by Fath- ner and was named John and Mra. Jack Grant , sponsors. The Sher- w have seven boys. A boy Mr end Mre. Wnu s Hut- i day -last week was also Mrs. HUtchins was for In GeTiogether-- "t and Mrs. H. J. Braley Rasmussen, Forest City Emmonfi, Los Angeles at Marshalltow Mrs. Stanley Smith came here with th a day before going aughter Mrs. Robert Kain's, near exton, the occasion 'being Mrs. r birthday. Other Wesley News. Paul Ooslin, Woden, visited eome rlends here over the week-end and attended a public school carnival at the Klclnpeter hall Friday and Saturday nights. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Goslin, Woden were here Sun- lay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Josephson, the former's brother and sister, all of Boone, were at Olaf Funnemark's Sunday afternoon and 9wea City, was an over-Sunday visitor at Wlltred Stoeber's. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, eon Arlin, and the Paul Eiglors were Sunday dinner guests at Everett Dreyer's. The Oscar Kohlwes family and Ewald Kohlwes, of Austin, Mtnn., visited •> recently at the John Kohlwea home, Lotts Creek, and the Dreyer and Eigler homes here. Mrs. Chris Geronsln received a telephone call Sunday from her sister, Mrs. Henry Fauerby, Eldona, reporting the serious illness of the women's father, Jens Wil- . evening, and others there were the I ladson, Clinton, who' is past 80. Lloyd Bohannon.i and Mrs. John! Mr> nntl Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod took Bohannon, Algona. [Mr. and Mrs. Geronsin and Helen lone Lease, Brltt, school music to Eldora Sunday, and from there teacher, conducts a class on the ; Mrs. Geronsln and Mrs. Fauerby violin here every Saturday morning. The Priscilla meets this week with Skow. Phoebe society went to Clinton. Alice Dreyer, R. N., Des Molnes, came Saturday for a visit at the Fenton Mrs. Peter, parental H. H. Dreyer's, and next day the Drpyers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, Mary Ann Bohn, jFrlnk, Lucilc Bleclcvvenn, and Mrs. 'Kate Wegener, Algona, drove to Hampton to see the car-crash vlc- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen on- tims .of a week ago Friday. All are drove to Rochester Monday, and the Madden daughter Joan went through the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwlefel, formerly Fort Dodge, are visiting relatives here 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressin, Pasadena, Calif., visited Mrs. Mary Mittag Saturday. Mr. Kressin and Mrs. Mittag are brothers and sister. The Kressins also visited other relatives here and with a daughter, Mrs. Fred Thels, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Oldf Norland entertained at family dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman, daughter Mary Lou, all of Seneca, Mrs. Clara Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs, Hildreth Pettlt, her children, Mr and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs Katie Hantelman, daughter Ruth eon Eldon, the Ernest Vottelers Mr. and Mrs. George Siems, daughter Shirley, Delores Krause, am Sally Beukema. Mrs. B. G. Berkeland, Mrs. Sonla Thompson, Mrs. William Juhl Helen Kern, and Helena Wolsbroi attended a Farm Bureau training chool at Emmetsburg last week Thursday. The music project for his year in 4-H work and the woman's training school work Were given by Fannie Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaard spent the week-end with Mrs. Gaard'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morten Ner- nan, Slater. Mrs. Alfred Meyers ind her mother, Mrs. L. J. Weis- 3rod, were lost week Thursday evening supper guests at Andrew Hansen's, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch entertained at family dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen, the Harold ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kosauth county, November term, 1938. RUBY HAMMN, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES HAMLIN, Defendant. TO CHARLES HAMHN, Defend- McDonalds, Frances, Leslie, Lillian Higley, James Besch, and and ant: You are notified hereby that Moran Higley, all of Whittemore, John Desphelner, Algona, Roy Higley, Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley, Fairmont, and Eileen Fitz- patrlck, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm and Leonard Warner, the latter of Ledyard, and Kvclyn Bierstedt, Burf, were entertained at Samuel Warner's Sunday. there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiff above named, which alleges in substance as follows: That plaintiff is and has been for many years a resident of Kossuth county, Iowa, which residence has been in good faith and not for the purpose of obtaining divorce, and that the defendant and this plaintiff were married in Algona, fowa, on the 10th day of August, 1933. That one child, Kay Valeire Hamlin, was born to this union. That subsequent to their marriage the said defendant has been guilty of such cruel and inhuman treatment of this plaintiff as to endanger her health and her life. The petition asks for decree of divorce and for custody of the minor child and judgment for the coste. For particular's see eaid petition now oh file. And you are further notified hereby that unless you appe'ar thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of the above named court, which will be the November 1938 term thereof which will convene and be held in the Court House in Algona, Iowa, commencing on the 21st day of November, 1938, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered as prayed in said petition. Dated this 4th day of October, 1038. 3-6 HARRINGTON & LOWE, Attorneys for the Plaintiff. NOTICK OF In District PROBATE OF No. 4429 Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, es. September term, 1938. '" ",<' To All Whom It May Concern: > You are hereby notified, Th*t *« Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Eva F. Gardner, deceased, dated November 4, 1929, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 31st day of pctojber, 1938, is fixed for hearing proot of same at the Court House in Al- ,ona, Iowa, before the District Court, of said County, or the Clerk nf said Court; and at ten o'clock ft. m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby'nott- fled and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated nn'd allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said de- censed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 30, 1938. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. 3-5 whence she will leave I lertained last week Thursday even- improving. Alice Dreyer returned after a short visit with ing in honor of their daughter to Des Moines from Hampton, I Alson Braleys. Dr. and Doris Joan, who was three. Guests | The Albin Nelsons, the Fred ••• their baby, were were the grandparents, Mr. and i Browns, all of Fenton, with Anton Mrs. Rcinhold Laabs, the other j Nelson, son William, and the Peter fat Marshall town. , family Has Bennlon- - family gathering mmoay at Anthony Hild- u _ LTe occasion being the 46th zlngop . »ne anniversary of Mr. and Tho rharles Downs. Mr. Downs j f nnl n y fathering Sunday at K. i and three tables were in play, Mrs. I'sK years ago. Attending the j wibben's, Bancroft. The occasion! Paul Eigler, club guest,, and Mrs lion were Mrs._ Katherme | was tno 62nc ] birthday anniversary | Weber Yager winning high Laabs children, Howard .Renfrew, Carl Mortenson, her mother, Mrs. Kate Mortcnsen, Clifford Haase, and Beverly and Lavonne Hein- A. R. Willretts attended a Thorsons, Rlngsted, were entertained at dinner Sunday at August Nelson's, Rlngsted, in honor of William Nelson's birthday. | The Afternoon Bridge club met Saturday at Mrs. Frank Eigler's, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Downs, I 0 [ Mrs. Willrett's mother, Mrs. f —. ___ _ .« n -»vttltr TMfntilffi.' nrjuis,,., r\i.i ,._i _ L- _ j i .it Homer Downs- family, Titonka Ijuiius Sellers, St. |Rose Mary Seller Benedict, Wibben. Other relatives attending were the Ernest Haacks, Livermore, the Herman Willretts, Britt, Mrs. Amos Finnestad being second. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Brennan, of Hampton, with Mrs. Fred Neuman,' Preston, Minn., and her son Billie the Rudolph Willretts, Alcona. came Friday to visit the George ---- _-. , , Mr. and Mrs. John Wibben, Lakota, Mienkes. Mr. and Mrs. Brennan and Mre. J. P- Stutter ami tUo A j bert -wibbene, Bancroft, and ' are parents of Mrs. Mienke leu fand Mrs. Alfred Erdman leu Ml . and Mrs _ Lowig flay ^ a week's trip tx, pointej Mrs . Ami RoimerSi and Lakota> Mrs . N eU man. Burt, her dli]dreni an(1 tho Fl . ancis Wal . e6i fl\V£l Jill" 2?* •*•'* ^** 1 °* ..'Wiinuiuji, tutu t,mj J.' I clii*J!•"•> frcti t;«j uw,Mfe"c,i^i looking after Jibe nousenoia Map]c Hilli weve Sunday guests atjMadden's. " "" the Kdw. Relmers and Mrs. Otto! daughter. Menz home. Florence Anderson, I and Mrs. . Mrs. Ida Kohl, who had visited a daughter at Haifa, is now at 'Jos. at Studer's. Patty Ann and Lee Erdman are with their pdmother. Mrs. Kate Kennedy. »» at Slemers Home- he Rev. J. H. Hageman, Peters- K ww a guest of his sister, , August Seimers, Friday, and Jhe Seimers home from Friday fSunday were the John Koken- and Marcella Neuroth, Grane. Miss Neuroth also visited the ' , Neuroths. __., Brother is Better— Carles Kraus Sr. returned Fri- from Wisconsin, where he had _n called .by word of the serious Itaesfl of a brother. The patient [now somewhat Improved. Jacob BUS, Manly, accompanied Mr. ana. 's Birthday Celebrated— arlene, daughter of Mr. and at. Earl Punks, was honored at birthday party at her home Saty. She was 8. A group of ,„ and girls, with the teacher, nea Beyer, attended. dituin Daughter HRB Birthday— ilr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman were nday dinner guests at their Mrs. Madden is another The Maddens and Mr. Martin Jensen, Algona, Why be satisfied with baggy, ill fitting clothes when our custom tailoring fits YOU to perfection—and costs so little more. Clopton The Tailor Heise Bldg. Phone 38 Algona, Iowa Wish-Bone You can not run a small profit store wjth a wish bone. You must have a backbone, and plenty of it. Treat nice people nice. Be clever and liberal with clever customers. 80% of the people are human and treat clerks as human beings. The other 20% are either high-toned kickers or lowdown kickers. Get rid of the grouchy supercilious person, but take good care of the agreeable people that are honest and show a buying disposition. In running a cut-rate store buying is the big thing. You do not have to sell goods that are well bought, you just let the people buy them. For instance our men's corduroy sheep lined coats at $4.75 are easy to sell, for everybody knows they are wortn $6.50. Our men's macldnaw coats at $3.95 are a snap. They will wear a life-time and are , comfortable and dressy. Men's sheep-lined long overcoats at $9.98 are the greatest bargain in Iowa or any other state. Over 200 men's dress overcoats, all new, right from the wholesale house. Latest styles and quality to burn. These overcoats at $9.98 and $12.98 are the talk of the town. At thesS prices they have no competition. No trouble to sell them for the customer knows at a glance they are worth more money. Fit one on a man and there is no hanging it back on the rack, for he buys It He knows very well that he is saving $5.00 to $10.00 and getting a beautiful coat. Jimmie Neville ALGONA. 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Are Economy Days Special Bargains oil the Store Look Here's An Exciting DRESS SALE Formerly $8 and $10.95 And what a grand sale of dresses at $6.95. Over 75 new fall styles for women and misses. Crepes, wools arid velvets in black and colors. All choice styles. Hand picked by our.New York buying office, all were priced higher. Economy Days only $6.95. A Sale of New Fur Trimmed COATS Hand Picked for Economy Days Just 50 Dresses Formerly were $4 to $6 New fall styles, in crepes, wools and jersey in black, wine, rust, green, blue and navy at only $298 Spun Rayon Dresses Regular $1.98, Super Value This popular material, made to look and feel like wool Challie, washable, fast color, never before at this low price Costume Jewels $ 100 Beautifully plated accessories in gold, silver, Medallion, neckpiece and heavy jeweled bracelet in our collection. Dressy Coats with attractive fur trims. Coats in black, green, wine or brown witb. fur trims of squirrel, fitch, northern seal or skunk. All new and finely made in the styles that are leaders, and : every coat is marked down for Economy Days—$24.00 Extra Special Sale of SPORTCOATS Formerly $12.00 and $14.95 $1 noo Tweeds, mixtures and fleeces in grey, brown, tan, blue, wine, rust, black and mixture of black and white. Also fur fabrics in black and grey. A marvelous group of warm, good- looking coats for now and all winter wear. Most all are full lined and interlined. Sena-. tional values at $10.00. SALE OF FINE COATS Formerly $49.50 Gorgeous coats that will keep you warm and comfortable on the coldest of days. Soft Fox and Persian lamb fur trimmed. In- nerlined with lambs wool. Charming. Marked down to SALE OF FINE DRESSES Formerly $19.75 and $22,50 One dozen "Cartright" and "Junior Guild" Dresses. All new styles in crepes, wools and Matlesses. America's smartest dresses marked to 00 Sale of PARIS FASHION SHOES $3.50 to $4.00 America's Greatest Shoe Values are these smart trim Paris Fashion Shoes. Black, Wine, Copper, Brown and in either Sport or Dress styles. Just 160 pair, all sizes, but not in every style. SALE OF SPORT JACKETS $5 and $6 SHOES Kg" Mix them or match them. These wool flannel jackets worn with matching or contrasting skirts. The season's rage. Sizes 12 to 18, six colors. ALL WOOL SKIRTS $198 Of soft wool flannel in plain or , plaid patterns, with or without suspenders. Toil will need several at this price. I Snow Suits Warm, soft suits for children, made of soft fleece with outing flannel lining. All new fall styles a special. . $ 3.50 ere Is Our First Hat Sale Formerly $1-88 and $2.98 SALE OF FINE SHOES 10% Off STEP AND SELBY ABCH PRESERVER These are offered for Economy Days only at "Connie" Shoes, "Heel Latch" "Modern Miss" are some of the popular makes in this group. Black, Wi»e, Copper, grown Navy with high or me4- lumhesls. 'Phis }s 9W first wiawlr -^linum this cpQtt/vn OD.
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