TBN BANCROFT IS DEFEATED IN GIRLS'FINALS Bancroft, Mar. 17—The girls' sectional basketball meet was held Friday and Saturday at the local gymnasium, with the following teams entered: Armstrong, Bancroft, Dolliver, Graettlnger, Ledyard, Lone Itock, Rlngsted, and Seneca. In the opening games Friday afternoon', Armstrong beat Ledyard 29-14, and ^Bancroft won from Lone Rock, 37-23. Rlngsted won from Dolliver »-0 by forfeit and Seneca defeated draettinger 42-16 F'riday evening completing the first round. In the •eml-flnal round Saturday Arm•Arong lost to Bancroft 26-23 and JBUngatod lost to 'Seneca 36-ll'G. Sat -nrday evening at 8:15 Seneca played Bancroft In the final game, which Seneca won with a score of 24-11 at (the half and a final score of 35-22. 'TThe best game of the tournament irns the Bancroft-Armstrong game Saturday afternoon. O. F. Moore, of X.aurens, was the official. The tournament trophy was won by Seneca and the Bancroft girls won the bas- -ketball. ^Forester Officers Arc Nnmwl— Officers were elected at the regular meeting of the W. C. O. F. at itlJe Forester hall Thursday evening: Vra. Charles Stauder, chief ranger; atrs. Anna Schiltz, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Baker, financial secretary; Mrs. M. F. Schiltz, vice- «chicf ranger; and Adella Vaske, treasurer. The officers will be in- mtalled at the regular meeting In April. Const Nurse Visits Parents— Mary Merrill, R. N., came Saturday from Pasadena, Calif., to visit 3ier folks, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mer- trUt Miss Merrill is employed at a ihospltal in Pasadena. She is a registered nurse and has been practic- ~3toE there the last* year and a half. 'Xiao Attend Legion Convention— Mr. and Mre. A. H. Foth, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Seeney, Mr. and Mrs. L. JT Mousel, Mrs. A. W. Kennedy, Mrs. Joe Fox, and Mrs. A. H. Deitering -Attended a tenth district Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday. W. C. T. U. is Organized Here- Organization of a branch of the W. C. T. U. was completed here last •week Saturday by Mrs. Elsham, of tForeet City. Lena Bennett, Burt, was elected president, Mrs. O. Plath, secretary, and Mrs. C. E. Bryden, treasurer. 3like Hoffman's Father Dies— Mike Hoffman Jr. and Clem Diers returned Sunday from Hospers, •where they had attended the funeral of Mike's father Saturday. Mr. ^Hoffman died last week Wednesday. Cbirence Sandts to Farm— The Clarence Sandt family moved to a farm near Ledyard from Cascade Monday. Flynn Hunt trucked their furniture. Clarence is a son «t Mrs. Mike Sandt of this city. .K. E. Weaver to Hospital— E. E. Weaver went to Des Molnes last week Monday to enter a hos- rnital for a rupture operation. Mr. Weaver is not improving ae well as 1e should. Other Bancroft News. Hilder Nelson, Loretta Merrill, ^Jorrine Nemmers and A. W. Ken- tnedy went to Minneapolis Monday. Miss Nemmers and Mr. Kennedy •will buy spring goods for the Kennedy Bros, store, while the Misses JJelson and Merrill will visit friends. Charles Schmidt moved last week 'Tuesday Into the house he purchased last month from the Adam Dits- srorth estate. The Flynn Hunt family. who had been living in this •feonse, moved into the Mrs. Winters 3»onse in the south end of town. The Win. Hoeck family and Hans "Boderius returned Friday from jBioux Falls, S. D., where they had •visited Mrs. Hoeck's cousin, Henry "Working, a few days. Henry ; Groen wtayed at the Hoeck farm during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droessler *nd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. aPrank Derner, of Whittemore, left 3ast week Wednesday for Dubuque and Chicago, where they will visit aelatives for two weeks. Mrs. A. H. Foth and son Thomas -visited at the Marion Johnson and JFaul 'Becker homes at Mason City Oast week Tuesday and Wednesday. afro. Foth is a sister of Mrs. John- mon and Mr. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangmann rand Frank Hellman returned a week mgo Saturday from Wabasso and SBedwood Falls. Minn., where they 3iad visited friends and relatives a A. H. Fuchs drove to Winnebago (Sunday and met his wife, who was *n route home from Waconia, Minn., ••where she had visited her Bister orfnee Thursday. The Thos. Garrys drove to Car- sroH Saturday to visit Mr. Garry's Misters, Mrs. George Nessel and 3U>uise Garry. They returned Sunday. Mrs. Anna Horton returned last Week Tuesday from Spencer, where Abe spent the winter with her (daughter, Mrs. Ed Preston and fam- 3ly. Everett McCoy is staying with his tfriend, Evans Carmean, so he can IXinlsh his school work In Bancroft. JHis folks moved to Britt March 1. The Lutheran Aid met with Mrs. 'Herman Soderberg Thursday after aioon and the Luther League met at Jthe same home that evening. Leone Sandschulte came home Whureday from Mason City, where •he had been employed for some <Ume in the Real Silk office. Nick Scholtes returned last week Tuesday from New Vienna, where *•> visited the Ben Hellmans. Mrs 'JHellman is his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp and the aormer's mother, Mrs. J. H. Welp •«jalted relatives in Marshalltown (Saturday and Sunday. lawrence Kockler and his uncle Stana Kockler, Swea City, spent the •week-end at Des Moines on busi- Mrs. Halsted and son, of Frost Minn., visited at the Vincent Lattl- aaer home here last week Wednes day. Florence McGllligan was ill Mon <iay and unable to attend to : ditties at Kennedy Bros. Otto Harlg and son, of Hollan " Te, Minn., visited his sister, Mrs *1 Hoffman, Friday. > George Johnson family. Brlce yn, Minn., visited hte brotherj-P. S; 'ohnson, Sunday. Mrs. Rose Arendt, Waterloo, Spent Sunday with Mrs. Win. Carolin and :he N. J. Merrills. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hall, Du- uth,'spent last, Thursday with the [oe Reckers. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, of Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of the H. J. Guides. Guy Peterson, Swea City baker, vas In town Tuesday on business. I < Whittemore The Arthur Heidenwiths and Mrs. Herman Voight spent last week Tuesday at Fairmont. They called on old friends, the John Aabes. Harold, son of the J. E. Walkers, north of town, returned lost week Wednesday from three months at points In Minnesota. The Arthur Heidenwiths and the Martin Meyers spent last week Monday evening at Brwin Struecker's, West Bend. Lorraine Botsford, Whittemore high school teacher, Is a patient at t. Mary's hospital, Rochester. Sexton 2-ROOM FURNISfiEb apartment for rent.—Vera Apartment*. 8pE7 FOR RENT —MODERN 6-ROOM bungalow.—Dr. F. .L. Trlbon. p27 KOSStJTH COffrftt half. First and sweepstake* ,at Amen. Circular and price free.—A. C. Carlisle, X-tnlle 'ea*t df WMtte-> more. 27pFB2S-28 FOR RENT—TWO GOOD OFFICE rooms.—C. R. La Borre, phone 66. , 10U26-28 TWO SLEEPING ROOMS for rent; also board If desired. Phone' 35-J. 10p26-27 FOR REKT—ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping.—Call Mrs/ Green ;at 351.' . " '•; FOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA and baled straw.—C. L. Dittmer, Burt. * 10p26-27 A GOOD WORK MARE FOR SALE —9 years old.—W, I. Dadds, Algona. 11FB27-28 FOR SALE CHEAP—2 OIL Burner heating stoves.—C. R. LaBarre, phone 55. 12u26-28 FOR SALE—76 WHITE ROCK pullets.—L. J. Lowman, mile north, 3 west on No, IS. 13p27 EVERY DAY IS $ DAY AT Neville's. In fact Neville's is where you save Dollars. 15u27 BUFF ROCK HATCHING EGGS.— Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton, Algona phone 29F24. Ilp27 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris, Al- Rona, were callers on Mrs. John L Iarris Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Tarrls, who suffered a broken hip lone some weeks ago, is now able to e about on crutches, but she hasn't much use of the leg on that side. Ila Olsen was a caller at A. L. reenfleld's Friday evening. She is eachor of the Sexton- school, and is ilanning a health program thie veek Friday afternoon ,at the ichoolhouse. Dr. R. C. Ball, veterinary at Ti- onka, was called to the Carl Paetz arm Saturday morning to doctor a alt which had lockjaw. This was he second case of the kind in the 'aetz herd of cattle, and ' It .was aused by dehorning. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Hedrick pent Sunday with Mr. Hedrlck's iarents, who live near Lu Verne. Mrs. Oscar Hamond, Wesley, is pending the 1 week with her mother, Irs. Amy Smith. The Clayton Johnsons, of Wesley, pent Saturday at Clem Cunningam's. Marie Harris, Edith Greenfield, nd Ila Olsen spent Saturday after- oon at Algona, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Alona, spent Sunday afternoon at A. -. Greenfield's. Mayme Betts, Algona, was a Sun- ay guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter. Mr. Benschoter was ormerly Irma Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller epent lunday with Mrs. Seller's parents, Ir. and Mrs. Jos. Balk, north of own. Marie Harris attended church Friday evening at St. Benedict with Irs. Julius Seller, formerly Catherne Downs, Wesley. Mrs. G. B. Wise entertained the id at the Mrs. Strother Wise home ast Thursday, and 30 women at- ended. Mrs. Jorgen Skow connoted Bible study, after which unch was served. The next meeting vill be with Mrs. Mack Wise. The Sunday school plans an Baser program. Pieces were given out Sunday morning. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Vlbert Grosenbach's, who live on the 3utton farm at the south edge of Sexton. Emory Grosenbach attended a Sunday school party at Mrs. A. A. Bishop's, Algona, Friday evening. Mrs. Oscar Hamond epent last Thursday with Edith Greenfield, ilrs. Hamond was formerly Pearl Smith. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield is improving 'rom a serious attack of the flu, and is able to be out again. She had een sick six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch, Algona, moved to the Henry Bailey farm ast week Wednesday. Mr. Pooch e manager of the elevator at Plum reek, and Mrs. Pooch will keep louse for Mr. Bailey. Mr. Bailey's mother had been staying with him ince the death of his wife, but is now visiting relatives and friends lereabouts before returning to her iome in South Dakota next week. Caroline Jean, infant daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, is recover- ng from a severe attack of the flu. ioctor Andrews, Algona, cared for ler. A number of persons from here eard Carrie Bartlett, missionary rom China, epeak at the Methodist hurch at Algona Sunday morning, he has been in missionary work in 'hlna 26 years. Willis Beisch is driving a new Ihevrolet coach. He is the son of C. N. Beisch, owner of the Sexton all. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Skow and Mr. kow's mother were Sunday guests f Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young, and Iso called on Grandma Nelson and Irs. Dora Ferrigan. Jack Blaine and John Bahr have teen hauling rock for Doctor Ldams, of Wesley. The Doctor Is ilanning new buildings on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder live on he farm. The Sexton choir took part in a Istrict music festival last week Tuesday evening at the Methodist ihurch at Algona. Mrs. G. B. Wise and Nell, with Mrs. Mack Wise and her children, ook supper Sunday evening at the Henry Phillips home, south of Sex- .011. Otto Neuman had the well at his enant property, occupied by the John Harrises, cleaned last .Thursday. Jos. Fraser and John Bahr lelped him. Many of the wells lereabouts are going dry because ol lack of moisture last fall and this winter. Rain is badly needed. The young people of the Christian Endeavor society at Algona had a skating party at the Sexton hal Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spen Saturday with Mr. Steven's sister Mre. Harry Merrlam, of Corwith Mrs. Merrlam's father accompanied the Stevens and remained there foi a visit. CERTIFIED RED RIVER OHIOS, Cobblers.—Potato Exchange, 612 Cherry, Des Molnes. 11U27-30 WANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co., J. H. Boettcher, Rep. 10u25tf 'OR SALE—1200 LBS. OF SCARl- fied sweet clover seed,at lOc^a Ib. —Henry Weber, Irvington. ; 16p27 LEEPING ROOMS , FOR RENT; also storage for one car.—Phone 41-W, Mrs. W. Spurbeck, 801 E. tate. 17p27-28 F YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A $ on Dollar Day call at Neville's ^here you get a $1.00 pair of house Uppers free. 23u27 LOST^ABOUT TWO WEEKS AGO, a red 'brood sow. Finder please otify Charlie Culbertson, phone OF4. 16p27 HOME-GROWN RED CLOVER seed for sale, recleaned, $10 bu.— . M. Elmore, Algona P. O., phone 1F31. 16p27-28 3UILT PIECES — FAST COLORS, prints, percales. Trial package, 5c, postpaid.—Grant's Supply Store, Warsaw, 111. 15(1)27-28 Want Adt ROOM FOR RENT — CLOSE IN.— Call 551. 10p2 SEND THE ADVANCE ONE TEAR as a birthday gift. 25t FOR RENT — MODERN HOUSE close In.—F. W. Dingley. 27t WHITE BLOSSOM SWEET Clove seed.—W. H. Grover. Burt. p27-2 BELGIAN .S.TALLJKW FOR. or trade.—Inquire Advance. p27-2 VOMAN TO DO HOUSEWORK and care for two small children. Mothr teaches.—Call Advance. 10p27-28 'OR- RENT—SLEEPING ROOM; also garage. Call Advance or G2-J after six o'clock. 13g22tf VIDOWER ON FARM WITH three sons, youngest 11, wants house- eeper.—E. N. Loebig, Wesley, 13p27-28 AM CUTTING OUT MY ORCH- ard and have a 100-gallon sprayer or sale.—M. de L. Parsons, Irvlng- on. . 17u27 OGOLD OATS FOR SALE—35c AT the farm, bin run, 40c cleaned; ree from barley. — Harry Ward, ihone 2F31. 19p27-28 ,000 RECOVERED IN V 4 MOS. with Erlckeon'e wonderful new Eczema emedy, and we sell it on a guaran- ee.—K. D. James. 21p27 BARGAIN FOR. YOU — HOUSE with lots at St. Benedict; cheap if aken soon, and four extra lots free. :nquire People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict. 23p24-27 >ATTI'S CAFETERIA, Des Moines' most famous restaurant, the fa- 'orite dlning-place of thousands of owans.—GIG Locust (Strand The- xter BUlg.) 20u27 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from type- vrlting.—Advance. 25tf PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS-Royal and Corona. Several . demonstrators at bargain prices. Typewriter repair work and cleaning.— Typewriter Exchange, Esthervllle. FOR SALE — FIVE PUREBRED Duroc sows to farrow in March; no Necro, and vaccinated. At a bargain, $15 each.—A. C. Carlisle, % mile east of Whittemore. FB26p25-26 FOR SALE—SEVERAL DEMON- strating Victor adding machines at a good discount; aleo new sub- racting models, sales, and service. —Typewriter Exchange, Estherville, .25p25-28 "•OR SALE—BETTER SEED corn at reductions of pne-third to one- HERE3 IS A CHANCE FOR A MAN of good character, large, 1 acquaintance and fair knowledge of business to make good money on a small Investment if willing to work. —/A8k Advance. . S6u27-28 STOPh CAN YOU? HYDRO moulded ' brake lining for Internal <)r external brakes. Is waterproof, long 'wearing 1 , and will not Stidre , or squeak. At all Gamble 'Stores. 2x3/16 in., 43c per ft. ;'- 30-27 LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE-ANY girl with limited means and ,ordinary ability can double her .liicb'tfie In a few months. Write for fred catalog.—Iowa School of Beauty Culture, 615 Walnut, Dea Molnes. FOR SALE—HARD WOOD LUMber: wagon, cultivator, and mower tongues; eveners, whiffletrees, bolsters, wagon cleats, reaches—at saw mill prices.—F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12, Algona. 23p25-28 >! piy^r*' 1 *,**?«' ~^ f ALQONA. IOWA tatnimtiti of Wrttlrtf frnrfroftln* t* M ft* Uft Wilt and testament M John Q. A: JanilaOfi, deceased, 'dated July SI, 1»21,'having been thta day filed, opened and read, the 14th day of April, 19S1, la fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the dlerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all r persons'Interested ..are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they haver why said Instrument" should not be pro- Imted and Allowed as and • for, the last Will and Testament of said deceased. ••.-•••'' Dated at,Algona, Iowa, March 13, 1931, ' ' ' •;•-•.(Seal) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, ;. Deputy. T. P. Harrington, . Attorney. . 27-29 / ' \ffc- -^^t*^-*^',, .\^ . J^E-.^I^Ssfe-A&^iiM&sr SEED CORN REDUCED. Be wtee; plant the best. In Kossuth county yield plots, 1930, Carlisle's Kossuth Reliance outyielded all others, including Golden King.—A. C; Carlisle, % mile, east Whittemore* 30FBp27-30 ON HAND AT ALL TIMES—BABY chlcke, Hawkeye brooder • houses and hog 'houses, Simplex brooder stoves, poultry supplies'. Get our low prices before buying. —• Phone No. 800, Kossuth Co. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 32u24-27 IN MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS It costs as high as 20c to reach each subscriber with advertising because of limited circulation. The Advance circulation, on the contrary, ie'such" that the cost'is "only about one cent per family. 26tf IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO .buy or sell, or exchange, write for our "special' low classified advertising rates and list of the leading: county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC., 214 Royal Union Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. g32tf FOR SALE—NEARLY NEW 16-ft. tractor disc; slightly ueed John Deere gang plow; new 2-bottom 18- inch tractor plow; few guaranteed spreaders at attractive prices; number of new boxes and wagons; also one stock rack.—McEnroe Bros., phone 519 or 30F12. 41u27 REGISTERED CERTIFIED Grimm alfalfa, scarified,sweet, clover. No quack grass, Canadian thistle, dodder, buckhorn. Lowest prices ever quoted. Seed shipped subject inspection, freight prepaid. W r 'te for club offer, free samples.—North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo, N. D. (Cooperative organization; over 500 growers). 42(1)25-28 WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON real estate security—W. C. Danson. llp26-27 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA,' KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3; Notice Is hereby given that , by virtue of a General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In sold Court on the 27th day of January, 1931, li) faybr of L. A.'Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of ' the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, towa, as plaintiff, • and against Robert Runchey'Os defendants, for the sum of Seven Hundred Twenty*Three and 55/100 ($723.55) Dollars and costs, taxed at'fifty-two and 32/100 ($52.32) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as '.the -property ,of the. said Robert Runchey to satisfy .'.said execution, to-wlt; His undivided Interest In the North fractional half (N fr.,'%) of Section Seven (7) In Township Ninety-Four (94) North, Range Twenty-Nlne(29) Went of the Fifth P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof'as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to, the highest bidder, for cosh, in hand, on the 4th day of April, 1931, at the east door of the Court House'In Algona, In Kossuth,county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when- and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. •.',- •'•'-.Dated this 6th day of March, 1931 ' L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Koesuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy^ Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, . Plaintiff's Attorneys. ;. 27-28 Legals NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WELL No. 3483. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, se. In District Court, March term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of L. E. Strom, deceased, dated July 12, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 8th day of April, 1931, is fixed 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 lit 9 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 probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 9, 1931. (Seal.) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. 26-28 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3486. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, M. In District Court March term, , 1931. To AU Whom It May Concern: • You.are hereby notified, that an What a Delight for the Kiddies on Easter Morning? THAT HAPPY EVENT OF SPIUNGTIME Easter Candies Especially made for Easter Presentation. A superb display of Easter Eggs und Easter Novelties. Wholesome and delicious—the good eating kind that will gladden the heart of the kiddies and please the grownups as well. THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY J. F. BEHLMEB 101 East State Street. ALGONA, IOWA IN EQUITY NO. 12383. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO SELL, CER TAIN REAL ESTATE. In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. In the Matter, of the Receivership o] the County Savings Bank, Algona Iowa. To All Persons Interested In the v>a * c *^viHiiVtaMMftdMMMI^»^«eBUI»S^^SjuCHHB t'leaned-Pressed- Repaired Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone 830 R*c«lv«rthlp of the County Sav- Ings g*nk, Algona, Iowa, aftd W 'Whom it' M*y Concern f * , You are hereby notified that there s now.on file in the office of the Clerk of 'the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the .Application of L. A. Andrew, superintendent • of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking .that he be authorized'to sell the North Half %) of the 1 Southeast Quarter (SB%) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Ninety-Three (93) Nor'tfy Rangd Twenty-Nine (29), HUmboldt county, Iowa, to Charles L. Howard, of Humboldt, cotinty, Iowa, for the sum Of EJlght Thousand Dollars ($8,006.00), according to the terms and conditions set out In sUld 'Appll* cation, to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be had at the Court House In Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 25th day of March, 1931, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at which time you may appear and show cause, If any you have, why an order should not be entered authorizing said sale. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver ••of the County Savings Bank Algona, Iowa, By R. H. MISjLER,'' Examiner In. 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