Balgeman wins 1948
in She Saturday officiating. The the her nine afforded. college was Al- returned had parents surviving Mrs. 10 had deceased. Balgeman Wins Over Schipull; 3 Close Races Johnson; Schram Renommated In Supervisor Races Kossuth republicans; turned their backs on Governor Robert Blue, in Monday's election, and gave a* 1424 to 1298 margin to Wm. S. Beardsley. Kossuth republicans republicans thus-kept pace with the state trend which unseated Blue as the republican nominee in favor favor of Beardsley. - 1 , f This was the closest race on the republican ticket in^tho county. '•' In coutttihpfjyce 1 contests, H, W-i feat Louis NitchalsV, who' had 735 votes. » Henry H.^Meyer.of LuVerne won the republican nomination for sheriff; defeating Hugh L. McEnroe, 1336 to 667. , U. S. Senator Geb? L. Wilson ran far ahead of John N.' Calhoun for renominatioh to that office. About 2.400 G.O.P Votes There were about 2,400. republican republican ballots cast. Other than the contests mentioned mentioned above, there: were no county races for primary nomination. nomination. .' ^ Votes for other state offices where there Were contests were widely scattered. ..,., Congressman-James fchDolliver, State Senator D. E. Dowel, and Chas. W. Patterson, candidate for state representative on the republican republican ticket,, ha'd no opposition. But the cqntests.for supervisor on the republican ticket, in three districts. were • comparatively close all the way. Balgeman Wins .Frank Balgeman, Whittemore, oldtime supervisor, started a comeback campaign by defeating A. A. Schlpujl of'LuVerne, 259 to 195, Balgeman's strong fort was Whittemore, which gave him a 113 to 13 margin. Schipull's heavy vote came from his home territory territory of LuVernc, which gave him a margin of 108 to 27. Riverdale and Sherman gave Balgeman an edge, and Schipuli carried Irvington. Irvington. Balgeman will thus oppose Henry Scheppman, democratic nominee, in the fall. In the third district, W. A. Schram of TUonHa was renomin- ated, 265 to 170, over Louis Bartlett, Bartlett, also of Titonka. Schram parried Wesley and Buffalo by considerable 'margins to give him the victory. He will oppose W, S. Cosgrove who won the democratic democratic nomination, in the fall. Myron Johnson, present fifth district supervisor frpm Swea City, won his primary victory in his Harrison' twp. He polled 246 votes, L, A." Nit? of Lakota had 227, and G, V, KeUing tallied 199. Johnson .will oppose A. M. Kollasch, Kollasch, deit»oer;awp nominee, in the fall. ' ,''