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* ,?*t%£'-'K> v "f' - • - I5TA BUSHED 1863 ** MODI , Nov. l, li at it» pertottfi* tt Aigont, ACt « CohfTess of Marti).. 8, ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1959 3 SECTIONS - 18 PAGES VOl, 9* - NO. 1 Plans For Expansion Program ' \' ' i. /SL L , n ^^^^ *i By Staff Writer Iowa's steamroller ireatmeni of California in the Rose Bawl game gained cheers from, lowans, but dismal opinions of the future of the 'Rose Bowl from west cdast writers', some of whom favor ba^- ring the Big 10 from participating in the Rose Bowl in' the-Mture in order that the west' cba'sCjC ference can save what littll face it has left. Although the eVaiUa- tioh.is certainly correct,' and the feelings understandable,' it' would be a shame for such a .policy'to ,,be enacted. If the Rose Bowl people want to maintain the prestige of presenting the best col^ legiate football' spectacle in the country they had better stick with the Big 10. • ',• .This reporter would like to confess'to being a convert to belief in the superiority of Big 10 football. Having resided in Big 8 country for many years .past •he was ignorant of certain facts of life pertaining to 'the gridiron and persisted in trying to com- 'pare various ball clubs in that circuit with Big 10 teams. One 'season of pbservation, capped by the Rose Bowl gam% was enough to cure that and he now has no doubt but what even Bud Wilkinson's able Sooners would f have a mighty spotted , record if ."they were playing' in >this conference. '•*'„•*'* ' .- You don't have to worry* about the "summit 1 . If the diplomats don't get there, prices will. ' * t * • * A doctor was warning his pat ient that he should have regular •habits. A hurt look in his eye, the man protested: "But I do, do!" « "Well, asked the doctor, "how ifcome I saw you with' a beautp ful blonde at four this morning?" "Oh, that," replied the patient, "That's one of my regular habits!"?.-',- .-<•%. ; . Special : bmirch eluding" a loyalt meetings, ln- \.iuuiug a *\jfCLL\,y dinner, will kick-off a drive for funds by the Congregational church hefre, week. ' •"•••' -iiThe church plans to expandL its .Jacilitfes .,by building an edUca- tifchal and activity plant on property south "of the church build* ing as soon as necessary funds are raised for the program. * The.plant.Jwfll include' classrooms, worship 'areas, a social area.-kitchen,' 1 offices and a stage, in fact everything except the present sanctuary located an the church proper. Cost of the planned project has not , been released, but it is thought„ -to -be in the neighbor* hood of $150,000.' The actual kick-off meeting will be held this evening (Thursday) at 8 p.m. in the church. A loyalty dinner for the building fund campaign is slated for the high school Arinex at 6:30 p.m Saturday. Special speaker at the dinner will be Rev.' Elmer Brinkmyer, minister of the Congregational church at Webster City. There will also be movies shown for children-present. Byron Richardson, Algona, will be, featured speaker during the Divine Worship at 11 a.m. in the church Sunday. The expansion plans of the Congregational church, mark the second time during the,' past year that a local church has' held a fund drive for new facilities. The Presbyterian church held a drive here last summer to raise funds for a new church -and educational unit. • Rev. James E. Boydlis pastor of the local Congregational church. New Chairman Of Supervisors ' ! The Kossuth County Board ot Supervisors named A. M. -Kollasch . as chairman in the firs) meeting of »the new year. Kollasch succeeds Charles Newel of Fenton. Charles Plathe .was 'named member of the board to supervise the county farm,and Mr and Mrs Ralph. Brown were renamed as managers. . No- changes Were made in the wage or salary schedules of county employees. One change in personnel'- of the''court house offices Was affected .when Mrs >Anita Theisen, dep'uty clerk of court; resigned effective Jan. 1 and ;Wilma Haiipert has been named temporary deputy. Judge G. W. Stillman renamed Dr. J. M. Rppney andljeo J. Cassel to the ; :commission-on insan- 'ity. Other member of the commission) -Us:? Mrs Alma Pearson, clerk of courti/ •• • -.;.•"• H. W. Miller, G. D. 'Shumway and Joel M. Herbst were renamed inheritance tax appraisers. -,/*!Although v 'cancer- researcher* (Continue to tell us fhat cigarettes' •might; really Be coffin nails, cigarette sales for 1958 beat 1957 by 9%',' according to a re' ; cent article in Printers' Ink /magazine. The average Amer- ',ican aged 15 or over now smokes •an average of 3,575 cigarettes per year.. Not only does that beat 1957; "but it beats the old record. of 3,509, set in 1952 before 'cigarettes and cancer were limited together. " i"'" Cancer isn't all thats wrong with the things, either. The • smoke from the fag I have hanging in my mouth nearly blinded me While I was writing that last paragraph! * *. * The new Soviet artificial planet, Mechta (alias Lunik), brings to mind a story told recently by Don .Hemmingsen concerning an authority on outer space, who was asked what 'he thought about the possibility of an intelligent form of life on Mars. "There must be such life on Mars," he replied, "as evidenced by the fact that they are usjng Earth as their insane asylum." * » » She had paper and pencil ready as the operator, looked up the number. "Madame," the operator said, "the number is CApital 5-1531." , The woman paused, then asked, "How do you make'ia capital 5?' > » * ' » . A writer for the Decorah Pub lie Opinion sagely points out tha while we are drafting our resolu tions for the new, year of J9$9 it might be a good idea to try fo remember what happened to (the ones we made in 1958, If we could find the list we made las year we might not have -to bothe: with a new one. » » » Famous Last Line — I'll write this column the next time the boss is gone for two .weeks, Mrs Kuhlman Dies; Rites Set Friday Funeral services for Mrs Vilora Kuhlman, 92, Will be held;Friday at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyter#n church here. Rev. M. H. Brower will officiate and'burial will be in the Irvington cemetery. VTcCullough's Funeral Chapel is "n charge of arrangements. . Mrs Kuhlman died late Tuesday at her home at 221 E. Elm street here after a week's illness. She had been in failing health for about a year. Vilora LaBonte was born Jan. 16, 1866 at Elderville, 111., .the daughter of Mr and Mrs Antone La Bonte. She was married to Henry Kuhlman in 1892 at Warsaw, 111. and came to Kossuth county in 1900. Mr Kuhlman 'died in 1936. Survivors include a daughter* Mary Kuhlman, Algona, a half- brother, Leonard LaBonte, Basco, 111. and a half-sister, Mrs Augusta Miller, Peoria, 111. A son, Robert, and, daughter, Edith, preceded her-in death. Pallbearersj at the services will be Carl Grisham, Clinton Godden, George Wildin, Donald, Albert and Marvin Leigh. Algona Tax Office Will Offer Aid The Algona internal revenue office will furnish assistance to taxpayers on the" following designji;- ted days; Ernest D'iS;-:,adniinist:ta-" tive officer,' announced today. The office is located in the post office building: , - . '" . • January 9, 23; February 6, 13, 20, 27; March 13, 27; and .April 10, 14, 15. ..... Telephone inquiries for advice on technical matters should be limited toy the above days. The phone number is CY, 4-4488. , The self-help program (instituted some 4 years ago), will again be stressed, and. revenue employ- "ees will fill out returns only fpr those" who- cannot read the English language, or are physically unable to do it themselves. Mother Nature Lets Up, And We Like It 4 The weather moderated quite a bit here Tuesday and Wednesday after a weekend of record Jow temperatures for the winter, Al* though the thermometer that records the high temperatures at the official weather station at the ain port is still, broken, Weatherman Wayne Johnson reported a read- }ng of 21' degrees Wednesday .noon, which is, probably the high for the week. ' , The temperatures;- , Pep, 31 ;.„, Jan- i r~*-«,±l& Jan. 2 ...u.,,,4 Jan. 3 >_.„—«ia : . Jan, 4 -^;»»»^'ia Jan. § „.„*„-••«' Jan. 6 — 8 Jan. 7 r——S 47 Presbyterians Name Officers Tuesday Night New officers were elected at the annual congregational meeting of the First Presbyterian church here Tuesday evening. Named as elders for a three year term were Ernest Egel, 31en Jones and Wilbur Reinders. New trustees for a three year term are Don Asa, Irwin Malueg, Dick Meyer .and Claude Ruark. Malcom Alexander was elected :rustee for a one year term. George 'Cook was named financial secretary, and Wilbur Rein- iers, church treasurer. Ivan Long is benevolence treasurer and Paul James, building fund recorder and treasurer. .. Sunday School superintendent is Karl Kiilsholm with assistant, Stanley Sorenson. Head usher is Willis Colwell with assistant, Charles Hardgrove. Mrs M. H. Brower is music committee member; Mrs A. E. Kresensky, librarian; Mrs ' Fred S. Geigel, historian and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee, Presbyterian W Q committee. Licenses To Wed Funeral For '* ;'•• •"-••* Mrs Carrel Held Saturday Funeral services for Mrs Adelia Carrel, 91, were held Saturday, Jan. 3 at. the McCullough Funeral Home here. Rev. Newton Coughenour of the First Methodist church,officiated and burial was.in the Irvington cemetery. Mrs Carrel died Wednesday at St. Ann hospital after a short illness.;' • For the past 35 years she had' made her home with her daughters,, Mrs Lyle Steele, Algona, and, Mrs William Moon, Lake Ozark, Mo. .She had been }n failing health for several years. Adelia Devine was born Feb. 22, 1867 on a ffarm near here, the daughter of Bafnett and Abagail Battersen Devine. She was one of a family of 11 children. She was married, June 2, 1891 to Albert J. Carrel of Madrid, who ceded her in death. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Lyle Steele, Algona, and Mrs William Moon, Lake Ozark, Mo.; a brother, William Devine, Livermore, and a sister Mrs Nellie Goetzman , Pamona Calif.. There are four grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren Pallbearers at the funeral were William Moon, Robert, Frank anc Ray Devine, Alvin Lenertz and Harry Looft, Dr, StyII, 80,^ Is Buried Here January 2 ., Funeral services for Dr. Claude Stwll, 80, Corwith, retired dentist, were held Friday, Jan. 2 at Corwith Methodist church, with bur* ial in Riyerview cemetery at Rev, Louis Runion * Burt Woman's Brother Dies Funeral services for William Mi Larson, 61, former resident here} were held at • 2 p.m. Saturday at Cedar Falls'. ,' Larson, employed at the John Deere plant in Waterloo, suffered a fatal heart attack Dec.,,30. , Survivors include two daught ers, Mrs Dale Brinkman of NeW Hartford; two brothers, Edmund and Harvey, and a sister, Mrs Effie Teeter, all of Burt. Price Support Loan Deadline is Fell. 2 Kossuth farmers have,only until ,Feb. 2 tp apply for price support loan or purchase agreements, on their 1958 oats, sorghum, flaxseed and soybeans, according to Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the countv ASC committee. ' Except for corn, the deadline for completing loans and purchase agreements on Iowa grain and related crops would be on January 31 under usual ci'rcum.- stances. However that date falls on Saturday,, a non-business day for ASC offices, so the deadline will be Monday, Feb. 2. The deadline for C9mpleting loans and purchase agreements on ,1958 corn is May 31, 1959. Chairman Anderson stated farmers must file their applications as soon as they make a dc siqn, or at-.least a. vyeek. prior the ''deadline for the 1 corhrhoBity covered. Interested farmers can get complete information now at the county ASC office. Loan rates in Kossuth county and eligibility standards for 1958- crop commodities 'are as follows Corn — $1.28 bushel for corn raised in compliance with allot ments, and 98c per bushel for non-compliance corn. Corn mus be No. 3 or'better, or No. 4 on the 'factor of test weight only Premiums for higher grades. Oats — 59c bushel for No. 3 premiums ior higher qualitj discounts for .garlicky oats Soybeans — $2.04 bushel fo No. 2 or better, green and yellow Premium for low moisture; dis counts for grade and quality fac tors below No. 2 through No. 4 Soybeans containing more than 1< percent moisture ineligible. Grain Sorghum — $1.75 hun dredweight for No. 2 or bettei xcept mixed grain sorghums Discounts for lower grades Sadie frankl Funeral Rites Set Friday Funornl services for Mrs Sadie Frankl, 67. well-known long time •osident, will bo hold Friday nl 30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic hurch hero. Msfjr. P. P. Gcnron will officiate and burial will be in Cnlvnry cemetery. A rosnry will be snid for Mrs, Frank Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Hamilton Funeral Home. Mrs Frankl died enrly Tuesday morning at St. Mary's hnsnitul » Rochester. She had been ill thrc xveoks and had gone to Roches!e by air ambulance two weeks ago She was born Sarah Kearney Oct. G. 1891 at Tama, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Kearney. She was married to Martin Frankl in 1915 at Tama and came to Kossuth county shortly thereafter. Her 'husband, who preceded her in death, formerly ran the Irvington store. Since her husband's death, Mrs Frankl hns been a clerk in several Algonn ready-to-wear stores. Survivors include a son, John, Arlington, Va., a brother, Van Cearney, and a sister, Margaret VLoran, Clutier. Two sons preceded her. in death. Three Break-ins Net $55 Tuesday Ni Titonkcns' Son Killed In Car Accident Funeral Services for Richard Kuchenrcuthcr, 32, Havclock, will be held this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Rolfe. Kuchenreuther was killed Saturday evening in a car-train crash at Allcndort. Also killed in the crash were Glc-nn Simons, 53, Cherokee, Kuchenreuther'a employer, and Mrs Simons, 51. Kuchenreuther is survived by his wife, four children and his parents, Mr and Mrs Lynn Kuch- enreuther, Titonka. He was a nephew of Harold Kuchenreuther and cousin of Cecil Kuchenreuth- er, Algona. Mrs Beenken Dies, Funeral HeldAtTitonka Council Sets Meeting Jan. 8 On Widening Algona's .city council held its final meeting of 1958 Dec. 30 at 5 p.m. in the council chambers at the city hall. Members of the council set up a special meeting, to be held tonight (Thursday). Jan. 8, at 7:30 p.m. for discussion of the highway widening project slated for South Phillips street. All persons interested in the widening, for or against, are ex- Jjected to be heard at the meet-, f*-.i^ i ,., , ... • ..,,,-. • , . . . , -. .,>, 5 iiV - .«^-i- - • •• ''i -.1, .-.,• IngV • 1 Liability insurance for thq city, a necessity, was approved and the policy was purchased from Ricklefs Insurance here for $3,175, The planning and zoning commission! announced two decisions. The first recommended vacating an alley south of the Good Samaritan Home and the other was a rejection of a request to vacate a portion of Putnam s'treet. The /.request was made by Mrs Annie Wagner. An offer from Charles Schlie- vert of $500 for a vacated .portion of Ackley street was rejected. The council decided the offer wa& too low. A'clairmof $175 from the city by Ray Walker, was allowed. Walker spent that amount earlier for a'sewer tap to property at the corner of Ackley and Main streets, then was ordered to destroy a residence located there, so found no use for the sewer tap Home Destroyed As Barking Dog Saves Livermore — Fire destroyed the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Wood of Livermore Saturday at 2 a.m. The barking of their dog awakened them to a house full of smoke and they escaped through a bedroom window wearing only a few clothes. The cause of the lire is not definite but it is believed to have been the fault of a floor oil furnace, which had not >been.« wosking properly, '• The'home 'Was owned by Cetil Jolliffe of LuVeirie. The Woods drove upiowfl and set off the fire whistle. They were unable to get to their own' phone because of smoke. The fire had a real start and the fire department was unable to check it. The house and attached garage burned to the ground. Their two children, Robbie, 2'/2, and Julie, IVi, were slaying at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Hollinger. Mr Wood was injured in a truck accident Sept. 28 and still is unable to work. Mrs Wood has been working as a waitress at Humboldl. THonka — Funeral services were held Tuesday, Doc. 30, at the Ramsey Reformed church for Mrs Henry Beenkon. 84, who died Dec. ,28 at the Good Samaritan home in Pocahontas where she had made her homo for the past three years. Rev. Wm. Kroon officiated. Pallbearers were Robert Beenken, Harold Ubben, Herbert Bocnkcn, Henry Beenken, Irvin Beenken, and Adolph Meinders. Burial "was in the Ramsey Reformed cemetery. Caroline Long Beenken Was born April 27, 1874 to Daniel and Elizabeth Latmer Long at Algona. There she attended school and grew to womanhood. She was married to Henry Beenken of Lakota Jan. 2, 1901 at the Ramsey Reformed church. Survivors includes five sons and two daughters, four stepsons and a step-daughter: Donald of Belmond, Mrs Nels Lottie Bock of Goodel, Henry of Virginia, Minn., Heiko of Webb, Eugene of Belmond, Mrs Harold Elizabeth Vigdahl of Armstrong, George of Buckingham, Peter of Titonka, Hattie of Buffalo Center, Jelto of Belmond and Hans of Britt, 21 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. Sha was preceded in death by her husband, twins who died at birth, and a stepson. Mr and Mrs Beenken made their home near Lakota for -30 years, then moved to Titonka ;wb,er«-**tb6 -family -»madev--thB,ir home until Mr Beenken" ^passed away. Mrs-- Beenken continued to. live here until failing health made it necessary for her to be taken to the Good Samaritan home. Three break-ins, the, first reported to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst since Nov. 23, were reported by operators of Koasuth county businesses yesterday (Wednesday) morning. The thefts, which apparently took place in the wee hours Wednesday, wcr« from Standard Oil stations at Swea City arid-Hurt and a LuVerne hatchery. A'total of $54.50 was taken. The culprits shattered a Window dn the station at Swea City, unlatched the window and got inside easily. A total of:$12 in change was stolen. • A broken window furnished entrance at Burt, also. ^After breaking the Window, the thieves crawled through and took $27.50 in cash and a quantity of cigarettes. ' '' '• '• • .': •'. A door was forced .at LuVerne. A total of $15 was stolen there. According to Lindhorst, break- ins were also reported at Rako and Britt. It is possible all jobs were perpetrated; by the same thieves. • Lindhorst and Deputy Sherifl Don Wood traveled all over tha county Wednesday in an attempt to trace possible leads in th< break-ins. Clues were scarce ol all three sites. Brother Dies Dr. Murray, Lakota, received word recently of the sudden death of his brother, Frank Murray .of Buffalo Center. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday Corn Theft Investigated At Elmore Melvin Olson Succumbs To Heart Attack Funeral services for Melvin E Olson, 62, were held Tuesday a the First Methodist church here Rev. Newton Coughenour of ficiated and burial was in East lawn Memorial Gardens. Me Cullpugh's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Six nephews were pallbearers. Mr Olsort died Saturday at St. Ann hospital where he had -been a patient for five days after suffering a heart attack. Melvin Earl Olson was born March 27, 1896 at Depew, the son of Peter and Laura Higley Olson He came to Algona in 1918 and that same year married Mary Jane Hoover at Mason City. He had been employed as a machinist at Norton Machine Works hero for the past 13 years and previously worked at the International - Harvester Co. here. He was a member of the Methodist church and Loyal Order of Moose. Survivors include his wife and a daughter, Mrs Tom (Ardeen) Sampson, Algona, and four grandchildren. There is also a brother, Ervin Olson, Wesley, and a half- brother, Leslie O. McEnroe, Algona. Twin daughters preceded their father in death in 1919. 3 Cars Damaged In Local Crash licenses to/,we4 weje is» sued by CJerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to the following couples; W. Larson an<? an r Cailander; Fort . enneth Woodruff, and Gloria Mesuerly, Dr. Stull .— <?er, Municipal mayor .of Co; 30 at §p$n was . th aij4 on school' board, for 'many years. His wife died in lw,9. Suyviv , ing are om daught^ and one son, three grandchildrenj and one brother, Thomas §tull of .Gieiv dale, Calif., a former Algonan, Thieves hauled away an unesiinialed amount of government sealed corn from, a «ib on a farm owned by William Rotterman southwest of Elmore sometime during the night Friday. The thief was discovered by members 'of the Rotterman family Saturday morning and Peputy Sheriff Don Wood was ' '' the seen? immediately. . . , u-u- ~ A 'pickup "truck was evidently used, judging from the tracks in the snow around the bujldmgs shown abo've. The vehicle circled around the quonset building shown at the right and came to a stop a spout on the right side of the round crib shown at the left. Without getting down" off the truck, the ,«pout was. opened and the corn ran into the rear of the machine. . _ . •fhe truck then pulled away from the crife and headed 'out the farm lane. Bracks made by the Vehicle are shown by the arrows in the above photo. , . ; •• . 4 A «„ Mr Rotterman stated Saturday he didn't know, the amount or value of £he .coyn taken, but A,SiC, ' officials were expected to make $ purvey of the loss. . , ,• . ..... The theft, of course, is a federal offense, as the corn is owned by the government m sealed bins,. Seri Ralh Lindhorst has been workin on the case during recent days, (UPM Newsfoto-En- , Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst has been working on the case during graving), A three-car mishap at the intersection of State and Minnesota streets at noon Wednesday resulted in damages estimated at $000 to the vehicles. The autos, driven by Joseph Cogley, Frank Moulton and H. C Snyder, all of Algona, were headed east at the time of the crash, Sny.der, third 'in the string,'applied his brakes, but couldn't stop in time to keep from hitting the rear of the Moulton machine, which in turn was pushed into the Cogley car. The front end of the Snyder car was the most seriously damaged. There were no personal injuries, according to Palipe,CJ)ief Al Boekelrnan, who investigated. Jhierk Undergoes Surgery Pr- C. C, ShierKr-mayor of A*» gona, underwent surgery §t Mm versjty hospital afr ,*Monday. $Irs Shjer him., A'complete re., condition was not availably -a press time. * , Grand Jurors Are Named For January Term A grand jury panel, which will serve during 1959, was drawn in district court this week. • Members of the grand jury are to report Jaiv,27 for duty in court. M^njiers of the new panel are: ''"'Alphonse Berte, Bode, Martin R. Duffy, Whittemore; "-iLeota Geigel, Algona; Ray Hertzke, Lakota; Harold Jones, Swea City; Joseph Krieps, Wesley; Helen Mullins, Corwith; .Grace Phillips , and A. A. Schipull, LuVerne; Howard Seely, Algona; Lelie Tieman, Fenton; Cliff Young, Titonka. . ' . Petit jurors for the January term of court were also named. They will report Feb. 3. Jurors who will hear cases docketed dur-) ing the term will be selected from this list of petit jurors: P. W. Arend, Bancroft; George Becker, Burt; Zella :. Bergeson, Wh ittemore; Art '^llocker,| Bancroft; Robert -G.S!H^Biumeri Lu- Verne; '^poyd v i...Bpde,' i,Algomi; George BoeklelmanJ'Titonk'i; Ross Calhoun, Algona; .CarrCallies, Titonka; Harm Davids; :Lak'ota; George Diers, Bancroft; Howard Dyer, Ledyard; J. J. Evans, Alona; Dan Foley, Whittemore. Alice Fox, Algona; ; Alvina Troehle, Bancroft; Art VGroen, Burt; Bernadine Hamilton, Wes- ey; Paul Inman, Bancroft; Cornelius Jurgens, Ledyard; June Koons, Swea City; Lillian Lavrenz, Burt; Ernest Lavrenz, Burt; Ellen Ludwig, Corwith; H. May- .and Jr., Buffalo Center; Pearl McEnroe, Algona; Sylvia O'Brien, Bode; Walter Ovens, Swea City; Sdna Peterson, Swea City; Mae Quinn, Lone Rock; Elm en Richs, Titonka; M. O. Richards, Lone Rock; Bernyce Richardson, Algona; Ronald Richardson, Lakota. , Eunice Riebhoff, Algon,a;:Frank Rockwood, Corwith; K. P. Roney, Irvington; George Schnetzer, Lu-v Verne;...-Esther Schroeder, Burt; Vera Schwietert.^Burt; Veryl Schmidt, Titonka; Don Shaw, Fenton; Edward J. Sonnenberg, Titonka; Cleat Strait, Bode; Wm. Thilges, Bode; Lillian Voetteler, Fenton; Evelyn Warner, Algona; Waynfl Warmbier, LuVerne: Virginia Weisbrod, Fenton, .Helen WhittQ- more, Algona, Cases to be heard during tb,e January term of distric^ will be docketed later. 7 Pay Fines lit Local ? Justice Court Seven' persons paid Justice C. H, QstwinW,s" this week. They, were > ' Philip, costs, filing way; James and ^osjv under eontplf* gona f $5 and; m, in

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