COttttCY AbVANCB, AtflONA* IOWA MUSICALEIS BIG SUCCESS AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Mar; 24 — A muslcnte at the church Friday evening was •well attended, considering the rainy wea-Uier. The program was opened with a Piano solo, Sweet Bye and Bye, played by Mrs. Earl Miller. The chorus consisted of five young women and five young men. The program follows: Song, In the Service of the King, Chorus. Prayer The Rev. Mr.Engllsh Where the River Shannon Flows, Chorus. Musical reading, : A Perfect Little 'Mabeline Miller, Sons, Memories : Chorus Piano solo Helen Bowles Sengs, Star of the' East, and Where tli-e Sunset Turns the Ocean Blue to Gold Chorus Reading, Betty and the Bear William Boldridge. Piano solo Mrs. Earl Miller Song, The Old Fashioned Garden Five girls. Song, The Dearest Pal in the World to Me, ma'.e quartet. Reading, prlsetlla Edith Curran • Song, Down by the Old Mlllstream Chorus. Song, I Love a Little Cottage Ethel English. Duet, sweet Bunch of Daisies, Edith Curran and Oran Hudson. Songs, Till We Meet Again, and Dwelling in Beulah Land, Chorus, r Benediction. The Rev. Mr. English Fifteen and 25c was charged at the- door, and more than $13 wa- taken in. The chorus and the lead ' er, Mrs. Boldridge, wore heartily complimented. Missionary Society Meets Friday— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church, 12 in attendance. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, president, and roll call was answered With scripture. After a business meeting the leader, Mrs. J. M. Cox, took charge. The song Sometime We'll Understand was sung, followed by prayer. The 22nd chapter of Proverbs was read. Articles on Japan and Foreigners in America were read by Mesdames Schichtl M. L. Roney, Boldridge, Barker, and K. P. Roney. A song, The Smart Little Bud, was sung by Shirlej, Roney, and a duet, The Savior Cor Me, was sung by Mrs. Schichtl and Mrs. McLean. Mrs. Earl Miller played a piano solo, Star of the Sea The meeting was brought to a close with No Disappointments in Heaven and the .Lord's Prayer. Supper was served by Mesdames Schichtl and Roney. The sum of $5 was taken in. Schlchtls are 40 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl were pleasantly surprised Saturday, when they received a dozen roses in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. The flowers wer e a gift from Mrs. Fred Andrews, Staples, Minn., Mrs. Roy Blythe, Chicago, and Mrs. Clifford Schrader, Milwaukee, daugh: trs of Mr. and Mrs. Schichtl. The Schichtls were marrie<l 40 years ago at Algona, and left immediately for Round Lake, Minn., where they lived for several years. After living in other locations in Minnesota and at Algona, they moved to the farm where they now live, having been there 21 years. Before his marriage Mr. Schichtl and Omer Clarey lived on the place now occupied by the S.chichtls, known then as the old Carlon farm. Sunday school. The collection was $4. The Frank Thorntons spent several days last week with relatives at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Thdrnton is suffering with a severe cold. Mar- Jorlo Ri;ey has also been on the sick list recently. The George Killers, who have been residents of Irvington five years, will move to a home near Corwlth this week Wednesday. The Embroidery club will meet next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Morris Parsons. WOUND. FROM SCISSORS COSTS YOUTJTAN EYE Lone Rock, Mar. 24—Jack Qulnn got home from Iowa City last week Wednesday. His son Wlllard was operated on last week Tuesday for removal of one of his eyes, injured with scissors when he and another friend were cutting out valentines. Mrs. Quinn remained with her eon till he Is able to come home, which will be In about ten days. Auxiliary Gives Benefit Party— A benefit card party given by the Legion Auxiliary took place at the local pavilion last week Monday night. The high score at bridge was won by Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Glen Sharp; low by Mrs. Ernest Jensen and Hildreth Pettit. E. M. Gross and Mrs. William Pudding won the high 500 score; low, Mrs. Gross and William O'Donnell. Delmar Fischer won a door prize. BELGIAN STALLION FOR SALE or trade.—Inquire Advance. p27-28 FOR RENTER FOR SALE, partly modern 7-room house with two lots; easy terms,—Call 678-J. 17p28 FOR RENT—TWO GOOD OFFICE rooms.—C. R. La Barre, phone BB. 10u26-2S WATKINS PRODUCTS; 1 BLOCK north of Courthouse. Phone 517. 10p27 YOUNG BAY TEAM, WELL broke, weight 3,000.—Inquire Advance. 9p2S FOR SALE—BUFF ROCK hatching esss.—Carl Brown, phone 3F33. 10pFB28-29 FOR .SALE—CHRYSLER COUPE; Koo'd condition:—Call J. A. Brownell. 9p28 A GOOD WORK MARE FOR SALE —9 years old.—W. I. Dodds, Algona. 11FB27.-28 FOR SALE CHEAP—2 OIL Burner heating stoves.—C. R. LaBarre, phone 65. 12U26-28 •^Typewriter Exchange, fisthervllte. «p26-28 PAINTING AND PAPERINO wanted. 'Reasonable prices.—Fred Mll- •er, Lone Rock, phone 802. Wp<«-29 WOMAN WANTS HOUSECLEAN- Ing.—Phone Lone Rock 802, 7p28-29 FOR SALE—BETTER SEED corn at reductions of one-third to one- halt. First and sweepstakes at Ames. Circular and price free.—A. C. Carlisle, %-mlle east of Whltte- more. 27pFB23-28 HERE IS A CHANCE FOR A MAN of good character, large acquaintance and fair knowledge 'ol 'business to make good money on a small investment if willing to work, — Aak Advance. 35u27-28 . State of Iowa, , Kdssuth County, 88. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to' me froin'the Clerk of the District Court of kosauth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the "14th day of March, 1931, In favor of L. A, Andrew, Su- of the of the perintendent of Banking State of Iowa, as Receiver County Savings bank, Atgona, Iowa, Molrfahori ahd Carrie A. as defendants, for the sum'of Eleven Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty- Eight 6m4 SO/100.'<*11,*28.40),-Dot- lafs and cos,t«, taxed at Two Him' dred" Thirty-One and 62/100 ($231.62) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied tfpon the following described Real property as the property of the said William McMahon and Carrie A. McMahon to satisfy said execution, to-wlt! the West bf-?ln« an* J*« of th* titm*- fcuaner Nine Township , Ninety-Sist ' (»«), Range Twenty-Nine (29) West/ M the Fifth P. M.! ahd 1 Will proceed to sell • said property, of '«& > ijiMoh thereof a« may be necessary to satisfy said execution^ with costs and accruing cost* at public aUctiotii to the highest bidder,' for cash, in hand, on the 24th day of April, 1931, f* th . e( ea »t door of In Algona, i n tendance i elgned. " K " 1ft £ ated thls 23 ''<1 1931, FOR SALE 'OR TRADE—Purebred Guernsey bull. His dam has cow test association record of 507 Ibs. fat as heifer with first calf. — Carl Brown, 3 miles south, 1% miles west of No. 169. 33pFB°R Bridge Club Is Entertained— Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained her bridge club on St. Patrick's day. Attending were Mrs. Robt. Dransfeldt, Mesdames Otto, Roy, and Ernest Jensen, Mrs. Glen Sharp, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. L. R. Roderick, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and Neva Thompson. Mrs. Dransfeldt won the high score, Anna Jensen the cut. Mite Society Elects Officers— There was election of officers at a Mite society meeting at Mrs. William Knoll's last Thursday; Mrs. Lillie Thompson, president; Mrs. P. M. Christensen, vice president; Mrs. Harvey Hobson, secretary; Mrs. Frank Dacken, treasurer; Mrs. W. C. Hleter, pianist. FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN BULL, 1.8 months old. — George Bannlck, Lone Rock. 1<>P28 FOR SALE—FIVE USED DELCO light plants.—Bert B. Brown, Llv- ermore, Iowa. 12u28tf FOR RENT—LIGHT Housekeeping rooms, partly furnished. — 222 W- Nebraska street. Ilp28 CERTIFIED RED RIVER OHIOS, Cobblers.—Potato Exchange, 812 Cherry, Des Molnes. Ilu27-30 WANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co., H. H. Boetteher, Rep. _ 10u25tf FOR SA~LE — TWO SHORTHORN bulls and some oak posts.—F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12. . 13p28 WOMAN TO DO HOUSEWORK and care for two small children. Mother teaches.—Call Advance. 10p27-28 FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM; also garage. (Jail Advance or W-.T nftT six o'clock. 13g22tf BRING YOUR WEAVING TO Everett Richardson, third house west Parochial school, 45c per yard. 14p28 WIDOWER ON FARM WITH three sons, youngest 11, wants housekeeper.—E. N. Loeblg, Wesley, 13p27-28 FOR SALE—HIGH-GRADE Jersey bulls, at farmer's prices, must go soon. — Joe Thomann, West Bend, Iowa. 17pFB28-29 SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT also storage for one car.—Phone 241-W, Mrs. W. Spurbeck, 801 E. State. 17p27-28 HOME-GROWN RED CLOVER seed for sale, recleaned, $10 bu.— J. M. Elmore, Algona P. O., phone 11F31. 16p27-28 FOR SALE—HARD WOOD LUMber: wagon, cultivator, and mower tongues; eveners, whlffletrees, bolsters, wagon cleats, reaches—at saw mill prices.—F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12, Algona. . 23p26-2K SEED CORN REDUCED. Be wise; plant the best. In Kossuth county yield plots, 1930, Carlisle's Kossuth Reliance outylelded all others, Including'..Golden King.—A. C.f- Car- Hale, %"mlle east Whlttempre. 30FBp27-30 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, Is such that the cost ,1s only about one cent per family. 25tf 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 SEED OATS: IOWA COLLEGE selection from '105. This variety has yielded better for the last three years than any other early variety In Iowa, Minnesota, and North Dakota. Is also more immune to rust. See Plum Creek Elevator Co.. for prices. - 41p27-28 REGISTERED CERTIFIED Grimm alfalfa, scarified sweet clover. No quack grass, Canadian thistle, dodder, buckhorn. Lowest prices ever quoted. Seed shipped subject inspection, freight prepaid. Write for club offer, free samples.—North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo, N. D. (Cooperative organization; over 500 growers). 42(1)25-28 L. R. Pair Help at Banquet— Frederick Schultz and Roy Leeper attended a Father and Sons banquet at the Good Hope church last Thursday night, and helped with the entertainment, Mr. Schultz singing and Roy giving a reading, singing and playing the ukelele. McGulre Crew to Swca City- John McGulre, who had had his grading trucks and road equipment repaired at the local blacksmith shop, has moved to Swea City to commence work on the roads. K. D. JAMES RECOMMENDS and guarantees Erlckson's wonderful new Eczema remedy for most severe cases. 15p28 TRUCK OR BUS TIRE IN GOOD condition found in street near European hotel about March 5.— Ask Advance. 18u28 QUILT PIECES — FAST COLORS, prints, percales. Trial package, 25c, postpaid.—Grant's Supply Store, GET PAID WEEKLY—LIBERAL terms to right man In choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's Greatest Nursery. No lelivering or collecting. Healthy vork with good pay in a business of our own. Stock Northern grown, vith liberal guarantee. Company ee- ablished over 30 years.. Write McKay Nursery Company, Madison, Wis. 50(1)28-31 Warsaw, 111. 15(1)27-28 Mrs. F. A. Schultz Is Dead- Mr, and Mrs. George Hiller and their grandson, Donald Hiller, left last week Wednesday for Madison, 8. D., to attend the funeral of Mrs. P. A. Schultz, Mr. Killer's sister. The trip was made in the car, and they returned Friday. Mrs. Schultz vras 80 and had suffered two strokes Mr. and Little Girls' Birthdays Observed— Mrs. Frank Flaig had a birthday party for her daughters Mary Anne and Maxine, S and C years respectively, last week Wednesday, and 25 little girls attended. IOGOLD OATS FOR SALE—35c AT the farm, bin run, 40c cleaned; free from barley. — Harry Ward, phone 2F31. 19p27-28 .LEGAL NOTICES WANTED—WOMAN WHO CAN work 4 or 5'hours a day. Can make at least 50c an hour.—Write 202 M. B. A. Bldg., Mason City, Iowa. 25u2S-30 . few weeks before her death. Schultz died five years ago, since then Mrs. Schultz had lived •alone at Madison, except in winter, •when her only son Fred lived with her. She left three daughters. Mr. Hiller says the Schultzs were known to many at Algona and Sexton, for they used to live there. Mrs. Shipley Undergoes Operation— Mrs. Frank Shipley, near Lu Verne, was operated on Friday at Towa City, and is reported recovering. Her small daughter, Lucille Pearl, ten months, Is in critical condition at Fort Dodge. The baby was left in the care of a friend when Mr. and Mrs. Shipley went to Iowa City, and she became ill with intestinal flu, later developing a swelling in the throat which allows no nourishment to pass. Physicians have little hope for her. The mother is not to be told of the child's condition til she, herself, is out of danger. Mrs. Shipley is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Frank Thornton here. Boy Proud of New Pony— John, ill-year-old so n of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, is the proud own P. T. A. Will Meet Tonight- There will be a Parent-Teacher meeting this week Thursday night, and a large attendance is expected, a special program having been prepared. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Ira Newbrough entertained the following persons at dinner Sunday: the Richard Longs, the Ralph Thompsons, the Arthur Spranks, the Fred Flalgs, the William and Tom O'Donnells, and August Lampe. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth, of Chicago, came from Chicago to attend Mrs. Arthur Luedtke's funeral. They went back Saturday. The Christian Endeavorers went to Bancroft Sunday evening to hear H. Nell Malen, who Is conducting revival meetings there. Harold Angus went to Chicago Saturday night with a shipment of cattle, and remained for a week with relatives. There was no school last Thursday afternoon and Friday. The teachers attended a convention at Mason City. Mrs. L. R. Roderick and the girls left Friday for the week-end with Mrs. Roderick's mother, Mrs. E. Davidson. Russell Dacken, who had been employed at the Oakdale Sanitarium, le visiting his parents. Delmar Fisher won a $5 prize given away at a local event last week Wednesday .night. Charles Hawks, who has suffered all winter with sciatic rheumatism, is somewhat improved. The Frank Flalgs attended a blacksmiths' meeting at Ledyard Friday night. Ralph Wolfe, Waterloo, was an over-Sunday guest at Calvin House- FOR SALE—100 WHITE ROCK chicks to spare, Tuesday, March 31 delivery; excellent stock. Also good cockerels.—Brown's Hatchery, phone 321. 21u28 LOST—FRIDAY, MARCH 13, black suit caee between Algona and Britt; contained family clothing.— Finder send to Paul Jamison, Albc-rt Lea, Minn. 21u28 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25t: PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS-Royal and Corona. Several demonstrators at bargain prices. Type writer repair work and cleaning.— Typewriter Exchange, Estherville. FOR SALE—SEVERAL strating Victor adding DEMON machines at a good discount; also new sub tractlng models, sales, and service S OT1UE OF PROBATE OF WILL WM. C. STEELE'S ARE READY! April the 5th is Easter—the best-dressed day in the year! EASTER calls for smart styles — the ultimate in vogue. Wm. C. Steele's have led the style procession 1 tor years—throughout the year. We are all set to meet the Spring dictates in styles, new weaves, patterns, and color effects. Follow the leader, and lead the styles. Get in step with up-to-the-minute fashion at Wm. C. Steele's. $25 $30 $35 No. 3492. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. 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 E. S. Johnson, deceased, dated May 29, 1916, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 21st 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 at 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 24, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. BY CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Attorneys. 28-30 r i\\\\\\v\> er of a new pony, part Arabian, part Indian. A few weeks ago Prince, John's former pony, which he had raised from a colt, suffered a broken teg- and had to be shot. Since then John, who is a true horseman, had •not found life worth living till this •week Monday, when Prince was replaced by a much larger pony. W Athlete's Foot Victim Improves— Merrill Parsons was unable to attend school last week because ot athlete's foot, which threatened to cause blood-poisoning. He is now able to be around on crutches. Bob Gafney Is reported to have been suffering- with rheumatism . AM Wll Elect Today— The Aid will meet this, week Thursday afternoon, and there will l>e election of officers. Mesdames 'Albert Buttertield and Frank Dlts- •worth will be hostesses. holder's. Ora Cameron, now near Tulsa, Okla., was here Sunday to see his father. Elsie Willrett, Algona, was sewing for Mrs. Delbert Hanna part of last week. P. E. Genrich has been sick, and Alton Pettit has been carrying the mail. Mrs. Fred Rath entertained the Larkin club Saturday afternoon. Beryl Sanders spent the week-end with Arlene Daniels, Burt. Maxine Kearns, Sioux City, has been visiting here. Neva Rath hae been among the sick. -*- HAT YOU SAVE is yours .... that is, if you deposit it in a savings account in this Bank. Wkat you speculate with will soon belong to others. One reason why millions of successful savers have savings accounts is because every penny they put in a savings account they get out if they want it with interest Safety plus a good rate of interest is but one of the advantages of a savings account. Your patronage will be appreciated, Kossuth County State Bank Algona, Iowa THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR K SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN THIS BANK Easter Suits that Suit New "Marvel" Suits For Spring 1931 We're going to lay down a value barrage that will powerfully demonstrate the I WILL SPIRIT and determination of this store, to not only do more for you but GIVE YOU MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR IN 1931. Fabrics are finer, linings are richer than ever before. They will add zest to your step and put you right in tune with the new season. $18.50 $22.50 $25.00 Other Irvington News. The following persons were enter tained at the Harry Sabln home Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robl eon, son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Roblson, the Roscoe Mawdsleys, Mr. and Mrs. August Robison, John and Paul Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran. Visitors at Frank Thornton's were Mr. and Mrs. Ray King and the Glen Thorntons, Ma•on City. Rev. A. Fanner's Leg Broken. Wesley, Mar. 24 — Karl Lander, of the East End garage, suffered a painful Injury last Thursday. While he was using the electric drill, the middle finger of his right hand was caught in the gear, and the first two joints were crushed between the cogs. He will not be able to use It for many weeks. Want Ad* J English preached . from the 17th chapter of JWbn'e sospel. The sermon was con; Jesus on Wednesday of Pas- persons SEND THE ADVANCE ONE TEAK TODAY'S OFFER TO ALL WHO SUFFER STOMACH AGONY, GAS AND INDIGESTION aa a birthday gift. 2Btf FOR RENT — MODERN HOySE, cloae to.—F. W. 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Lusby Iff NEW EASTER SHIRTS FOR FUSSY MEN They fit to perfection, wear to perfection, and by their low prices are as pleasing to the purse as to the eye. STRIKING EFFECTS IN EASTER TIES With just the right amount of smartness to catch the eye of every man. Brisk originality is yours at 85c $1.45 $1.95 79c $1.00 THE HAT TREE IS IN FULL BLOOM Select -yours now while you can have the pick 01 the Spring prop. By getting It here you eliminate aJJ chances of future regret, $3.50 $5.00 Wm. C. STEE "Algona'» Beit Cloth*. Store"
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