PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNT V ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA ] Are You Ready For Spring? Send us your coat to be cleaned and pressed. Our repair department can take care of alterations or shorten your , \ coat. Fresh Clean Curtains Brighten Your Home You will like the way we handle them. Call us today. Elk Cleaners NORMAN & PERRY CHOIR TO GIVE A CONCERT AT WHITTEMOBE ! Whittemore, Mar. 22—A concert , by the Bethany college, Mankato, j.i cappeila choir, will be given at St. Paul's Lutheran church here next Monday evening nt,7:45. Over the last decade this group has established an enviable reputation and has grown from 30 to 46 •voices. This year's spring tour .lakes the group to northern Iowa, southern Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and South Dakota. The pro,„.„„, ,_._ Qf fo(n Light, with Mrs. Marie Mansager and her family, all "of Fenton, the Clyde Brooks family, Iowa Fnlls and the C. L. Kohlstedts, Ayrshire, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod. Helen Pnrrell, Mason City, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Nell Parrell, west of town. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Mrs. Kay Oliver, Mrs. Gene Martini, and Mrs. William Higgins were Port Dodge visitors Monday. Mrs. Roy Graham, Des Moines, and her chil- dien arc at Conrad Alig's. Mrs. Kate Cullen spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Prank Hand, Kmmetsburp. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert and the granddaughter, Virginia Elbcrt, spent Saturday at Algona with the Walter Elberts. Margaret Barber, Bode, was «.! week-end guest here. I Mr. and Mrs. James McCreery, BETTEFt GRADED FOR BETTER HOMES Phone 330 AYe Deliver -..„„ ,„,.,,. „,,! ul; ulree ciioral harmonizations by Johann Sebastian Bach, the opening number be- MS a Lenten hymn. The other two harmonizations are advent songs, the second part takes the audience back to the 17th century, and I art 11 presents three works bv modern composers. The program concludes with three Christmas i^'" ln ; S -/T mI carols from the 16th The singers and 17th centuries. ! range from 13 to 20 | Surprise for 3Irs. Dim- Mrs. Anna Dau, who visiieci the Dr. j. w. McCreervs and the H S. Daileys Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hilbert, Fostoria, were guests of the former's mother. Mrs. Emma Hilbert Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck daughter Lucille, son Henry, with Mr. and Mrs. WilHara Meyer' and StPn, -fr 1 " S °" Alvln « drovc l ° Steen, Minn., Saturday to visit the Henry La Ucks Sl , _ and ' ™e lives returning Sunday. for her arrived lives Leinbach has returned Glenn Haven, Wis., where he spent six weeks with a sister and in other relatives. Mr. and Mrs . ..,^.0 ,,i w,...c. i cmuves. Air and Afro «»fesr e S: £•££«; £'™,B The Albert Sheidlors, - -•• ""." dinner baskets. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. W C .Dau, son Billy, daughter Evelynj 1 Algona,'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schal- lin, Mrs. Theo Pompc, her children, the Arthur Rusch familv, Mr. [and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr', and | Mrs.^ Martin Dreyer, all of Lotts .and Mrs. Donald Rad- TOP Joe of Port Clll ' tis men are brothers. and Evelyn Connors ' on - ond at James Geelan's The L G. Laidleys, Creek; Mr ^d^rV. Donald ^ R^H, ^^jf"'., «ow of ilf' ( Lone Rock; the William! here Sunday EdUor and M, Boettchers Maynard Nemitz, and i Louis Elb el: t, Poc-,1 ontai w the Arnold Hainsingers, Fenton; also here.. Harold Elbe,^wa7 t UVING SUITES The first half of taxes are due and payable this month— '•- - ".vnoiusut B( reiHun; -Mrs. Oeorge Gremmels, Mr. and | Mrs. Raymond Gremmels, all of ! Fairville: the George Bolte fam- |ily, Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Heinrich. Among gifts Mrs , was presented with" 40 50c j pieces pasted on cardboard. Fifteenth Birthday Observed— Mary Corrine Schmitt was guest of honor at a party at her home on --- - — •. -LJ.CLI U1U £ Pocahontas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. ' 1 ' Albert Stolper a - visited her 15th Wednesday birthday evening. last week Attending Jane M Penalty of 3 /4 of one per cent per month attaches April 1, on first half, if not paid. ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT! ! Helen YoungwirtlV,' Marv JI Reding, Marjorie Weber ' | Woodward, Maybelle Kee ue , mane ' E? m ? n :, E "ieline Steier, Phyllis ?n S n Fla'i D ° r ° thy Se >' mou r, Mamie iHinner Tarty at Algimn— Mrs. John'Waldron entertained 21 women at bridge last week Tuesday night. Dinner was sen- ed ' a u the Waldl '°t' cafe, Algona ond bridge at five tables, Mrs. J b. Cullen winning high,, Mrs C L. Cavanaugh being low, and Mrs William Higgins winning travel are cousins. Sm, 1 '; '""£• Ml ' S< JOS ' W a«>°n. Of bpaita, ^Vis., with Mrs Dee Ost wald, Wesley, and her children, are spendmg the week at Peter ruchsen fi. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrier, of Milwaukee, went home Monday af- tfves SeVernl dayS WUh Iocal rela ' Mr and Mrs. H. G. Vaudt, Paton, spent Sunday with the August Herman, and William Vaudts. Newest 1938 Designs and Covers. Another large shipment of Kraehler Living Room Suites. and up 9x12 GOLD SEAL Coiigoleiim Rugs Bigelow Weavers Can-pets aiicl Hng s a t the New Low Prices FOSTER FURNITURE CO. Get in soon and Save the Penalty! M. J. Duffy County Treasurer to Dog Owners Your Dog License must be secured before April 1 in order to avoid penalty of $1 which attaches at that time. Our records show there are still many unlicensed dogs in the county. Dog License Tags may be secured by mail, or by paying assessor, or at the County Auditor's office. The license fee for male or spayed female d o g is $1.00; for female $3.00. Tags should be secured immediately. E. S. Kinsey County Auditor. Students Here for Vacations- Robert Pinnell Jr., of the State college, has spent several day: with his parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Finnell. Tom Parrell' ot Trinity college, Sioux City, student, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Parrell. Two Families Have Moved— Mrs. Anna Ringler has moved to the Old Thomas Carmody house, i-dward and Margaret Mosbach have moved from the farm to a home three miles north of town the Ringler house/ which they recently purchased. Whittemore in Ball league— Whittemore's baseball team has T/%1 « «»7 4.1- _ __ . . —.. _ Mfc*M t •- "L*>JVxU<All II joined the north Kossuth Other members are Lotts league. Creek, " «•' ** A-iutta ^ret!K, Whittemore, Bancroft, Swea City Burt, Wesley, and Titonka, and Elmore is expected to join. Carl Hanson to New Job Carl Hanson, meat-cutter at Zumach's many years, has left the Freeman grocery at Emmetsburg for a place as meatcutter for the Emmetsburg creamery locker system. SWEA-EAGLE A basket ball game between the Eagle topnship girls and the trrant township young married women was played at the Grant school gymasium Saturday afternoon, and the Eagle girls won 17- A Swea-Eagle Farm Bureau meeting was held at the Swea community hall this week Tuesday evening, and the following program was given: community singing; reading, Mrs. George Harner; saxaphone, solo, Betty Evans; home project play, Child Care; hillbilly music, LeRoy Van Alstine, Virgil Peterson, " , Anderson; Anderson. clarinet solo, A spelling Donald contest was also held. Mrs. Tim Doocy and her son Nick got home Friday from a short visit .with Mrs. Doocy's mother at Peotone, 111. Mr. Doocy joined his family there on the way home from a trip with the Loren Byers family to Ohio and Virginia Mr. Doocy said he found the travel through the states most interesting, but was glad to get back o Iowa. Arzelle and Arlene Peterson, of iwea City, spent the week end at Jmil Larson's while their parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson, visited at Minneapolis. Virgil Moore will hold a third community sale this week Thurs- iri lor Kuir. Haas Family— dav at James Doocy's. He reports Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Baas, West- that the sales nave been a great •ook, Minn., are nnmnto nt „ „;„! success. At last week's sale 2C horses were sold, 40 cattle, and 25 ' J . . - company's Girl for Edir. Baas Family— Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Baas, ^Vesi- brook, Minn., are parents of a girl born last week Tuesday, the first child, named Eileen Olga. Thayers Have A'ew Son- Mr, and Mrs. Sheldon Thayer of Jedar Falls, are parents of a boy born Friday. Mrs. Thayer was Luella Vaudt. Other \Vhlttemore. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod attended a woman's meeting at Mrs. Light's at Fenton Tuesday. The Jos. Mc- Jigues, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at J. S. Cullen's. Francis Hurey, Rolfe, was a week-end visitor here. She is a former Whittemore high school teacher. Elizabeth Greteman, Merrill, visited her sis- er, Margaret Greteman, here last week Thursday and Friday. ™"'.her B. V. Greteman. Sioux . visited here Whittemore Friday. Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppen, spent the week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Ru- aoipn Hanover, north of town. Mr and Mrs. James Hogan, with Postmaster Cullen, spent Monday at rtason City, and Paul Urlch. and Edward Greinert were there the eame day. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Al- jona, Mr. and Mrs. George schacht, Emmetsburg, the Edwin Greinerts, Fairville, Carl Gellen- eld Sr., son Henry, daughter Lena, and Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, Algona, were callers at Arthur Heidenwith's Sunday. Lucille Schrnel- ng, Emmetsburg, spent the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. William Lauck. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer, Plo- r er, called on the former's mother, Urs. Joseph Meurer, Sunday even- n . g l Luclan Meurer spent the day with Lawrence Youngwirth at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bolmer, Maple Hill, were at John Meine's. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnon, Rolfe, visited local relatives. Eleanor Lunsman, Des Moines •isited the Roger Elberts over the week-end. Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Priester, has been sick. «r. and Mrs. L. N. Cairy, Eagle Grove, and Eva Cairy. Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Seeley and called n the Dr. H. E. Woodwards. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, of ^edyard, visited Sunday at Henry Pelder's. Mr. nnd Mrs. John — -»**»*•, *v V*H.tp*O, UilU brood sows, besides farm machinery. Milton, son of J. H. Holcomb, formerly of this neighborhood, but a vocational agriculture the last two cars at Mason City, has 1 accepted a place as teacher at Sac City next fall. Before going to Mason City he taught manual training and was athletic coach at Armstrong. Avis Byers, Minneapolis, was week-end visitor at John Jongberg's. Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Win'nebago Minn sons Albert, Roy, Ray, and daughter Florence were. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Jacobson's daughter, Mre. Vergil Jen&on. Gailen, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, has been sick a week with pneumonia. Gregor and Artie Deim got home one day last week for a short stay. They have been playing baisket ball with a House of David team and filled dates during the winter along the Pacific coast. HOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4371 State of Iowa, Kossuth county, B&. In District Court, March term 1938. To All Wtom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of J. P. Nickerson, deceased, dated January 10, 1919, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 18th day of April, 1938, is ?ixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. ( of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be pro- toted and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 21, 1938. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. SELECTED Forthe Advance Cooking School G. E. Refrigerator •—. SeeJUn Action on tye Stage , SHU'MWAY & KELLY, Attorneys. .f ' Also See at the Home Fair Booth The New SOUTH BEND De Luxe Range Superb beauty of design, loveliest and newest of color schemes, exclusive enamel fln- Ishes of rarest tastefulness—all these you will find in the SOUTH BEND BE LUXE. Here also are new range conveniences covered by exclusive patents-new ideas in contraction which lengthen the range's life, improve its performance and effect wonderful fuel savings. 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