George U McCarty
NO CHANGES IN SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT Same Deputies Will Serve for the Next Two Years Sheriff George W. Colby announced announced today that the same deputy deputy sheriffs will serve during the. years 1031 and 1933 as for the* past two years. Tho only deputy whose Job waa not certain was that of George McCarty of Albion. A determined flght was made to get Sheriff.' Colby to appoint Wm. Schurnaker In Mccarty's place. Schumaker hnd strong backing in Albion, tho whole republican organization in that city being buck of him; I Claude >E. Watts was appointed I undorsherlff and Prank Purner j who was Sheriff Colby's chief opponent opponent In the primary election , was re-appointed. | In Marshall Deputy Sheriffs Harther, Reek, Currier and Eckloff Eckloff were all re-appointed. Fallow- i lowing Is the complete list: I Undershorlff, Claude E. Watts, * Battle Crook; deputp sheriff, Prank i A. Furner, Battle Creek; deputy sheriff, Bert Beardsley, Battle; Creek; deputy sheriff (clerk) Don! Quick, Battle Creek; deputy eher-! iff (dog .warden) Earl Button,. Ba,t- ; tie Greek; deputy sheriff, Harley' Reck, Marshall; deputy sheriff' (day turnkey) John Harther, Mnr-j shall; deputy sheriff, (night turn-' key) Bay Currier, MorehnJl; deputy deputy sheriff, (friend of court) Arthur Arthur Eckloff, Marshall; deputy sheriff, George U. McCarty, Albion; Albion; deputy sheriff, Harold King, Homor; deputy sheriff (dog warden) warden) Orlo Pish, Tokonsha; county Jail matron, 'Mrs. Reba M. Colby. .Respectfully submitted, GEORGE W. COLBY, Sheriff.