Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1932 · Page 1
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CHANGES IN VOTE CANVASS »LY i» Club§;< Enjoy [Own Program in the Morning people attend- ''combined county 4-H .Rally Rirm Bureau picnic Tuea- land J the fair grounds. One hundred hilnety-fopr girls, registered for morning program,-representa- from every one^of the 18 clubs , e county being In Attendance. county 1932 recital In^a^muslc Wlon test follows: "' „ ' ' Fidelis, Sousa,; Aline Mar.""Wesley. eDanube waltz, Strauss, Miss , "Wesley. — :, Hark, Strauss, Mrs. Fj'ciarki Algona; accompanist, i Clark. . , >( in G, Paderewskl, Eunice L n ; Swea City. *.. <. ade, Schubert, Victor record. i waltz, Chopin," Eunice Jen- [gweaClty.- Inuet from Don ( Juan, Mozart, i Schwietert, Burt. > Storm, Rossini, Victor record. inltght Sonata, Adagio, Beeth, Victor record. inhauser Festival march, Wag[Mrs. Paul Krlethe, Burt. IGlrlg-Score 100 Per'Cent nly-two girls made a score of | per cent. 1^ 1931 . only three mote perfect, papers. Follow[»re the girls scoring 100 per-cent |year;i inla Frank, Ardis Volg't, Ella Lorena Dreyer, Margaret on, Donna Jean'Bailey "and e Dreyer, Fenton; Harriet Pool, ion; Darlene Stott; »>Marian wd, Ada Schwletert,->Pearl i Portland; Mary Bla «?* u »-"r^ ' J-v*a**it_Jk*«l iy, Norma Raney, Hue i Anna Gelgel, Rol i'lrvlngton. , j * V">/ ' * '-seven gu-ls'Wrote^100'pic- memory papers.',! Th«^ I be published next week,* he Lu Verne Loyal Workers and (Portland Peppy'PaU tied for-fIrst > ranking with a elub^ average l),9 each. The Riverdale Lone ) club jvas a close second with noon pictures were (taken of | club girls. The afternoon profollows: music pantomlne, Golden Glee Club;', tha min- I Portland Peppy Pals; 4-H Club ion, Wesley Willing Workers, i music by Virginia Frank, of the ton Forwards. \ v '" ' But'Woman ii^Honore*. '* E, B. Dlttmer, Bur*, county «^6t 4-H club work, and long p toaster of county 4-H activities, made an honorary, -member In [Initiation and was presented with MISSION FESTIVAL IS HELD BYiUTHEpS The Algona Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church celebrated Its annual mission festival Sunday. The Rev. Max Pried rich, Humboldt, occupied the pulpit in the forenoon and a woman's choir -sang a special song. •English afternoon services were conducted t>y the Rev. H, p. Stah- mef, Falrville, who preached on mission work. The Bible class chanted the Lord's Prayer, and a mixed choir, sang the St. Olaf choir . selection, Beautiful Savior. The church was decorated with cut flowers, and large audiences at-, tended both services. The following towns, besides Algona, were . represented: <Lu Verne, Lotts Creek, Penton, Whtttemore, Burt, Fairville, Sexton, and West Bend. of Farmers Draws Big Crowd 36 PRECINCTS PICK COUNTY DELEGATIONS Every Precinct Will Be Represented at Convention Delegates to the county republican convention, to be held July 2 were elected in last week Monday's electWn. Before the election it appeared that at least one of the _ . .. - , ., i county nominations would have to Pastors other, than mentioned and ho _.„,, h , ,. aoheralielnedc 8 l 6 hr fl t B th 0 f 0 «,Hvni. b . 6i made by the convention, hence PAUL HANSON BAGS TWO HONORS IN SAME WEEK teachers 'helped celebrate the festival, 1 as follows: the Rev. W. H..Becker, Fort Dodge; the Rev. William Reddel, Lu Verne; the Rev. Ernest Flene, Lotts Creek; Teacher Schmiel, Lotts Creek; Teacher Adrian Bur- melster, Waldorf, Minn.; Teacher Walter Reddel^Gurley, Neb.;'Teach-, 'er P. L. Jessen, Whittemore. v. r G, H, DEARSGH DIES; ILL FIVjJONTHS , Garret Herbert Dearsch died at his home in Algona Sunday, at 1 o'clock following a five months' illness with hardening of the arteries and complications from Influenza. 'Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist •church, and burial w.as :made .'in Riverview. The Rev. C. V.' Hulse Sklll- was In charge of the services. , Mr. Dearsch, who was .born in flowers ta 1 appreciation? > a recognition.' 'token of ' * % > , .V'' Alice Baden; Germany,, August 12, 1855} came to this country with his parents when he was slx'and lived two years in New York. The family then 'Mored'to'Casavllle, Wls,, whers-Gar- ret grew to manhood.. , . On December'3, 1875, Mr. Dearsch was married '.to- Julia Trottman, 1 ; and a year later, they m'oved to Palo Alto county arid settled on a farm, the present .site of .Mallard. After living -there. they moved to. Kossuth and farmed till 18 years ago, wtien they moved to town and retired. ;Mr. Dearsch is survived by Mrs. Dearsch and five children, all of fchonv were at his bedside when he died: William, of Denver; Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, Mrs. Frank Hoflus, Henry> and Claude, all of Algona., There are 18 grandchildren and , five .great- grandchlldren. Other out-of-town relatives 'here for the funeral were:' Mrs. William Dearsch,: son Allan, daughter Lois; Mrs. Margaret' Roscamp, Dubuque, sons, :: Joseph . and.. Leonard; George Munch, Arnold's Park; Mra. George Fuller, Fairmont; Mrs. Lizzie Kress, son George, daughter L.uella, and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hahn, of Mallard. the selection 'of delegates took on an added Interest. However, the only thing the convention will have to deal with is election of delegates to the state and judicial conventions and pass resolutions. Some attempt may be made to instruct the local delegation to /the state convention. In >favor of either Fischer or 'Long, two candi- 'dates for the state auditorshlp, which nomination will be made by the state, convention. (Republican convention delegates follow: Algona, iFirst ward—'Fred Corey, Fred Wehler. Fred Anderson, B. P. Crose, E. J. Van Ness. Algona, Second ward—A. L. Peterson, Mrs. L. G. Baker, Mrs. D. J. ;Habeger, Harry Godden, Ellis McWhorter, W. A. Foster. Bert Deal, and C. R. La Barre. Algona, Third ward—Alma Nelson, Harold Hutching, Bertha Johnson, T. L. Larson, D." E; iDewel. Algona, Fourth ward—Mrs., D. D. Monlux. M. H. 'Falkenhainer, W. H. Cummingg, M. P. Weaver, G. ••_}. Shumway. Buffalo—Lee O. Wolfe, Wm. Larson,-Chris Brandt; H. A. French, Thos. Young, Carl Giesling. Buvt—G. J. V, Vogel, Geo. L. HWVrr-G. Thaves; C. Wr'Schryver, C. W. Patterson.' Cresco—-George Hackman, . Gil- 'bert" 'Hargreaves, -Rose Potter. Eagle—C, O. Peterson, T. L. Thoron. E. Lone 'Rock— G. Ewaldt, George C. Hanna. 'Paul Danson, son of 'the late Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Danson, achieved double distinction last week, when he not only ,won the republican nomination for Algona justice of the peace, but on Thursday was admitted to the bar as the result of examination last week Tuesday -• and Wednesday at (Des Moines before the supreme .court. . Mr. Danson, who Is married, had studied law four years under Judge D. F. Coyle, Humboldt, and his father, meanwhile living. here. He is already filling out the unexplred term of his father as , justice. He has been one of the leaders in Boy 'Scout work here, and he la a. lifelong resident of Algona. He does not consider the number "13" unlucky, for that was his number in the bar examination. ' In early days It was not uncommon for young men to study law in law offices and be admitted to the bar on examination, but for the last' 40 years or so it has been customary to go to a law school, to. be graduated from which a three-year course is necessary, plus a year or two of liberal arts. BANDIT GETS BIG HAUL AT ELMOREBAHK Early Morning Raid Nets $6000 for ' Lone Robber Kresensky Tells of Changes in the Methods of Teaching Icounty for 19?2,,»^« ( intrp4uced, »h«will receive'^' 4'rHfpVjn ltlon of the honor., ' ' Wventlon, the v will present -a»'dtplbma to I county winner. '''','•' i girls who were close 'seconds county recpird I Introduced, Cordelia ' we l ' re and Irene Zlel»fce,»:Leayara, I tfrte will receive' f spee,|ai 4-H »Wesley willing I in the club Hhe Fenton I M Per cent, «f«pnd ,club * THIEVES STEAL KEROSENE ^ AT CAS STATION AT DURT Burt, J'une, 14-HfThieves broke Into the Standard Oil bulk station here last week Wednesday, night >le a large container con„_„...„ kerosene, Presumably they supposed they were getting gasoline. C, L. Holding, local Standard Oil man who happened to be passing the station, n°tl oed the car, stopped to investigate, and the thieves fled. > Mr. 1 Holding- followed them to the edge of . town! and. eot the number of the car. There were twQ thieves and they were driving 1 Wote In thtf v 'u I 11 O , , > ViTITT**! —"* « Ulrls wrote;,.WQ,p W;< cent Des Moines car. LU VERNE YOUTH WHORED * HER| ; JMURItP 1 FRIDAY ' ".Funeral services for Walter Ed- and ward, 3-ryear-old son of Mr. Mrs, Howard J. McCrady, more, Were held at the German Lue hoy died at noon last week neflday following an operation for a, ruptured appendix at the General that morning. He was porn . • made in the (Lu, Verne there, are two younger •Fenton—F. H. . Eigler, O. J. Stephenson, E. J, Prank, Arnold Krause. Garfield—H. P. Anderegg, Pater Holdt, Fred Harms, . -. German—E. Buss, H. Schmidt. ' Grant—Edw. Anderson, W, O. Briggs. Greenwood—R; E.; Hutton, Chas. Kollaach, Mrs. Carmeah. Harrison—Mrs. Opal Carlson, A. J. Chrlstensen, J.. M> Dye, Mrs. S, P. Eckholm, Mrs. P. • J. Heiken, *Buell Pearson. 'Hebron—Thos. Berg, R, Q. Baum. Hrvingtori —'E. R. Mawdsley, George, Godfrey, Fred S.:> Gelgel. <' lakota—J, A. Bargar, J. R, Heet- lan'd, J, E.'Smlth. Ledyardi—George. Moultbn, George Hagge, 'J. -H, Welfare, Leon Worden. , 'Lincoln—W, H, Patterson, Paul Hertzke, Lone Rock—J. M. Blanchard, A.' W. Lampe. •Lotts Creek—Joe Loebach, John Kohlwes. Lu Verne—H. .'O. Chambers, Emll Anderson, W, Scott \Hanna, Ed Dehnert. •' '! Plum Creek—John Kain, H. B. Seeley. " ' * Portland—George W, Patterson, John Trunkhll}, E. B. Dlttmer, (Prairie—Joe Cink, J. N. Ludwlg, Ramsey—J. S. Freeark, J, J, Nurre, Riverdale—Wm. Runchey, Henry Bormann. • 6eneca-^J.* H, Jensen, O, iR., Patterson, Chris Dahl. Sexton—J.' 'P. Black, Leo * McEnroe. , , Sherman-rtNtek Aultfnan, FreUlriger. KATE BLACKEORO HEADS COAST 0. A. B. CHAPTER A copy of. the G-lendale, Calif., daily News-<Press under .date of last Thursday reports the installation of Mrs. Forrest Jones as regent of the Glepdale chapter of" the D. A. R. Mrs. Jones Is best remembered here as Katie, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs* J. E. Blackf ord. - The News- Press devoted nearly a "column tp'a report of the meeting.'! ; Mrs. Jo'nes was quoted as saying that.the aim .of •the chapter during her administration would .be to "foster true patriotism and aid In securing for mankind the blessing of liberty." Following Installation! she announced appointment of a large--number" of committee chairmen. At luncheon in connection with the meeting Mrs. Jones was hospitality, -chairman. Twro cousins, Mrs. Lillian Sawih and Kate Sawln, both of Los Angeles, were her personal guests. Mrs. /Jones appears, to have'just retired as president of the Glendale Art association; at any rate, is is 'said .that "Mrs, Browne presented to Mrs.' Jones a 'bouquet of roses from women who served as off leers on i the board of A lone bandit caused a real sensation at Elmore at a little after 8 o'clock last Thursday morning, when he held up the First National bank and quietly walked away with nearly ?6,000 in currency, according to the Eye which goes on to-say: C. J. Katzenmeyer, asistant cash ier, opened the bank doors about 2C minutes to 8 o'clock. -He went to th cloak-room in the rear of the bank to turn on the lights,, and noticed that the telephone, wires were cu and that- the' telephone Receiver wai missing: Turning around to. inves tlgate, Katzenmeyer was given real surprise, when something hard was.pressed against his back, am the order was issued, "Stick, 'em up I'm boss now." .Bobber Escapes Capture The bandit then ordered Katzen meyer back behind the counter. A first, he told him to He down on th floor,; but soon changed his min and 'told him it would be all.rlgh If he sat on a chair; but he threat ened him not to make a*iy fals moves. The bandit then asked-how many .worked in the .bank, and whether or not Katzenmeyer '.was able to open the same. Katzenmeyer told him that A. F.. Weyer, the cashier, usually opened, the safe, and this satisfied the bandit, as he said toe would wait. ' ., •At a few minutes before^eight, G. T. Taylor, another employe^ walked in, and after ordering" ,Ta*ylor to "stick 'em -up," the bandit placed him on a" chaif'-near' Katzenmeyer.' - ' Forced to Open-Safe . , About this'time-the. time lo€k on the bank' was* off and the bandit ordered- taylor to open the. safe, which he did • in short; order. ' The bandit -then -forced Taylor to put all the'Currency In a money bag, which the bandit -had placed hear the safe beforehand. The bandit did not take any silver. Following this, Taylor and Katzenmeyer were locked In the Lewis Kresensky, son of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona, principal' of the Mankato high school, spoke last Thursday before the -Kiwanls club on education anci methods, of teach- ng, which, he said, have changed as much as civilization itself. In the old days a teacher taught the three, "R's" and used the birch rod enthusiastically. Now there are no birch rods, and children are educated according to their capacity to learn rather'than according to a fixed standard of knowledge. Y idivillzation advanced from the simple to the complex. The kite string brought the dynamo, store- keeping became merchandising, school teaching has become a profession. Girls in the old days were prinr cipally ornamental; it was considered a waste of time to teach them. •Now the theory is that when the mother of a family has received an education she In turn educates the entire family. Mr.-Kresensky chose reading an example of progress .made in educational methods. The old theory wa.s that anything a child disliked 'was good for ,,him. , Milton's Paradise Lost was a, notable example. High school children had to read It whether or no, and its symbolism was' lost under compulsion. The book is too "oldish" in style. It was writ ten. by ' an old man with the thought 'of death ever uppermost. In additloh Milton was blind, and 'he had the ideas of a blind man, especially in his conception of paradise. .-•'•• Youth on the other hand, especially the high-school youth, looks forward to life on the threshold of which he stands. Death is distant, something unpleasant in the dim future;, in a youthful way, he sheds all thought of it. Burke's famous^ reconciliation speech is another example of wonderful English on a dead subject concerning which there is now no argument. Youth' is not in the lea.st interested in questions like this, 'set- fled 150 years ago.-Youth wants live questions, such as 'Root's speech on the constitution of New York. This considers problems which youth must in time solve. Mr. 'Kresensky warned that it is nearly impossible to. fool a high school youngster. It can't be done, for the youngster reads an older person with ease, and duplicity, evasion, and hlgh-hattedness :are recognized and are treated accordingly by the high" schodr'student. - , ERRORS IN TWO PRECINCTS FOR Stillman Gains 2ft and Miller Is Benefited 10. There were few changes In the official canvass of returns of the primary electlon.by the board of supervisors- Tuesday. The biggest cama in the vote for county attorney. Two) error's were found, G. W. Stillmaa. gaining 20 • votes in * Wh'lttemora township and ;H. W. Miller-ten vote* in Eagle township. These •changes gave Miller a total of 2624 and Stillman 2570, or a majority for Mr. Miller of only 54. In. the unofficial returns as sent in by- the election clerks, the Miller majority was 64. It is understood that there will be no contest for a re- the Glendale Art association* during her presidency." The News-Press ran a picture of Mrs^Jones in connection with the story" of the meeting. FRED MERKLE, LUVERNE, WEDS 6IRL FROM OOXHOLM 'LuVerne, June 14—Vera Lehman, of Boxholm, became the bride of iFred, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Merkle,' LuVerne, at Sioux Falls, S. _>., last week Wednesday. They were accompanied to Sioux Falls by the bride's mother, 'Mrs. Emma Leh- 16 ALGONA NEWSBOYS WIN TRIP TO DES MOINES MEET Sixteen Register and Tribune carriers were taken to Des-Moines Monday morning ; by'Mrs. Thomas Akre, Archie Halnes, and Mr.-and Mrs. C, R. La. Barre to attend a state convention. The boys wore white ^duck pants ' with red - sashes and a "band over the shoulder bearing "Algona." iln a parade at Des Moines they carried a banner with the slogan, "Algona, old home town of . Gardner Cowles, Harvey Ingham, William Cordingley and Senator L. J. (Dickinson."'Mrs. D.' H. Goeders and Mra. JV O. 'Paxson helped Mrs. Wm; K. F guson.make the pennant and shoulder, bands.- The'boys were: Donald Akre; Paul McNelll, Darrol Bruns, Walter and Junior .Beardsley, Harry Greenberg, Darwin Baker, William Devine, Donald Bryan, Bob La Barre, Craig Vinson, Orvllle Haines, Howard Gorman, Emmet Beard, and Jack Streit. vault and the bandit escaped by going out the back door. Taylor and Katzenmeyer both yelled as-hard as they, could, but the safe deadened the sound, -and no one heard them till S. H. Taylor walked in, heard their cries, and unlocked the, vault. From- indications ; \at one of . the back windows, the bandit, evidently used a jimmy to pry it open. The bottom of the window plainly showed where the jimmy-was used, as the •wood around the frame was bent and dented. The top latch on the window was also broken off, This no doubt was done in the early morning, and after the bandit entered he man, and the brother Earl, and the.l remained till the bank was opened, ceremony was performed -by -ah uncle, who is a preacher, there. After a short wedding trip Mr,"'and Mr?. Merkle will live on a farm near St. Joe where-Mr. Merkle has lived several months. ' Mrs. Merkle taught last year at Paton, Three Employes Trapped No trace, of: the robber,'had been §prlngfleld—JB. F. Sharp, L. H. Junkermeler, gwea-~J. E. Harner, P, A- P* 1 comb, Axel Erlokson. Union—Rev, A, H. ^Vo?d, Arthur Crulkahank, W. - J. Bpurne, Wesley—«. J, Braley, Robert Welter, Fred Delkman, John Hutch* l^on, O. K- FJom, Carl Hanson., WhlttemoreHF. Carj Ebert, Barman, Slmngojj, O. J, WJchtendam. BANCROFT BOY HAS JOINED HIS BROTHER IN THE HAVY , Port ' Dodge, • Jui>e h 7—Everett E. son of Mr. and Mrs.-Martin Larson, Bancroft,", enlisted;in"tbe navy here (Friday/ June' 8V and was" sent 1 to Des Moines, where he took final exam- .' (nation, 'leaving" the same evening for' the' naval' training J ''statfon r at San' Diego, Calif,, where he« joined his brother Melvin, who enlisted two months* ago,'', After a period of military training he will try,' *>y competitive examination, for ' the machinist mate school at Hampton Roads, Va, 'He Is a graduate of t_he Bancroft high school.,- found at'the time of going'to press. A green car was seen narked near the Farmers' Store early this morn- Ing, and as it disappeared about the time .of the robery it Is though the bandit made his escape In It. The 'bandit Is described as about 35j of dark complexion, 5 ft. 10 inches high- He wore a mask over his face, and he Is of slender build. He ,wore^ tennis shoes, . . , Qlei'IJeer'sf'the Bureau o? CrlHi* inal Apprehension, .Sheriff .Kjngley, and Deputy Siwlff Gulbronson ar rived th|s k morning and are working "inn tWA^staaa * '* ' > l • . . RAIN FALLS IN EI6HT OF FIRST 15 DAYS THIS MONTH Though it rained here on eight of the first fifteen days of the month a total of only 1.4 inches has been recorded by.Weathdt Observer Merritt. Temperatures have been below normal, the mercury rising to 91 only once last week. An electrica storm Sunday flight affected the mercury in the thermometers / again and no minimum temperature. was recorded. Temperatures for the„week follow June 7 _--'___,90 ?3 .38 76, v 61 .0 9 „_, ,..79 68 10 __, 80 62 > 11 81 .61 ' 12 81 60 .04 13 -, • 73 ' ? :68 14 ,._79 59 ,02 BAD CHECK ARTIST BOUND OVER TO BRAND JURY HERE T, A. Burchf ield was bound over to the >grand jury'Monday' by Justice Winkel on a charge of'writing a pheqk without .funds- Bond was set ' $1,500, The check', 'whjlc^ yyas for 1746,' was' written March '31 In TWO SONS OML60NIANS 8RAOUATEMIOWA STATE T. and Mrs. H. p, Hu^hin,* iy,ent , to' An>ff| Monday to , Ptate college graduating ^erplses on the'case. 1 count. Change In J. P. Race A report was current Tuesday afternoon- aridi' yesterday that there- was a change In the Algona , Justice* of the peac^ republican vote •by Paliil Danson lost nine voies. in. First ;ward&jbut it was- found that the total •Bad 140 by the board: Tonight's Concert March—Montgomery Post ——_•'.-' _— G. Rosenkrans Salute to .Washington W. H.VKeifer Waltz—Old Chestnuts M. Lake Fox-trot-HBy the'Fireside 1 :—' R. Connelly Cornet Solo—The Holy City -------—-—_ . S. Adams ';' . Ruth Maleug One-s'tep—(Bones Trombone Old Settlers on 'Parade H. Fillmore NO UNDERTAKE LICENSE; BOUND OVER TO BRAND JURY , L, W. Swanson, Whittemore, was taHen before Justice Winkel last Wednesday on a charge of practicing undertaking without a license, H? waived hearing and was bound "over to the grand jury. Bond at f *00 was furnished. < Complaint was filed by Herpiaix B, Carlaeni health. Inspector ;De4 Mplnes. $ Is blnteji that t the eise jpfiy bf dropped. Mr, Sfanaon la % furniture dealer pid^ J%, considered. § responsible business man- favor of Kohlhaas Bros, for a new -Chevrolet,' Burchf leld ^claimed that he was a dealer at Jewell, but Jnves- tigation Disclosed'that he had been closed out months before." He is also under f 2,000 bond at Grundy Center and is wanted at several other points. Sheriff Hovey drove to pes Moines •Saturday and found him at the'home of a slater, > FORMER AL60NIAN IS TRACK STAR ON IOMC BEACH TEAM , son Q- Mr. and Mrs. John Munch, former Algpnians, is making a name for himself In athletics at Long 'Beach, Calif, Coagt 'newspapers, reporting » traclf jneet, t^ree week,, ago, priced bMj.ekWJ at the discus, in wljjolj ^9 u^s state thf W. Dalbey March Washington' Grays — Grafulla NEW FORD PUTS 700 MEN TO WORK ATDESMOIMES PUNT F. E. Kent returned one day last week from a visit to the Pord plant at Des Moines, which started volume production of the new V-8 and 4- cylinder cars May 31. The reopening returns to-work and relieved the Des Moines unemployment situation considerably. The building 'covers 3% acres of ground and has '275,000 square feet of floor space. The capacity is 820 complete cars daily and the plant suplies dealers in SI Iowa counties, among them the Kent Motor Co. The average monthly employment _ s of the plant in 1931- was 700 men, and the minimum' wage is $6 a day. .Resumption of manufacture by the Ford company is seen as an indicator of a return *to better times, and the release of the wage money at Des Moines will be a ma- terlail addition to Iowa income. HANSON IS VICTOR IN HOT ELECTION IN WJKNEBA60 In Winnebago county- there was a hot republican contest"- over representative. 'Representative H, N. Hanson, who- has served several terms, was a candidate, and he was opposed by W, R. Prewttt, editor of the Forest City Summit, whpae daughter- in-law, Lela, is the daughter of Editor Lee,O. Wolfe, of the Tltonka Topic. Great use of the "salary grab" argument was made against Hanson, but, he won with a vote 'of 2210, 'though $he race was fairly close^'tor Mr.'Prewitt received 1959 votes. IRVIN6TON 6IRL BREAKS LEBilNBED SIX WEEKS Irvington, Jyhe 14— Lois,' little daughter-of Mr. and Mrs, Ben, D^yen-, ger, is at the t Kossuth hospital w^h a broken leg, the result of a fall; Sunday, The Wwengers were at Joseph Rahm's, St. Benedict, and fell from, the porch, the, instead of ? 149T which had been reported by the election clerks and .which'the .'tally sheet showed. A check disclosed the error, and Mr. Danson-was; again credited with 148. : -Possibility :of a reco'unt had been seen, if the error held, for it would have cut Dariabn's lead over Winkel, his nearest; opponen(t, to 13. Mr. Danson's actual majority is 24, ami, H. B.-White, high candidate for justice, had a majority of 39 over Danson, second candidate. ' It is considered remarkable that there were ';not more errors in th»" counting by|the clerks at the elec-- tlon.., Most of them have to stay tttt the small hours of the morning to)"figure up totals and add many figures, and queer quirks of mlnd,_o_- teri occur.' r 6» Candidate* In Buffalo - -Voters*"too) 7 aresubject'to L.,... as regards';the smaller offices. ''] instance, in Buffalo township a acrapc* was apparent: on delegates to ihw- county „ republican ' convention". 1 There were-188 acaterlng, votes lor' 59 different candidates:. The caucus- candidates won easily, However, J»ut, the diversity .of' opinion which led W voters to Ignore the caucus candl— '\i'$ dates-and ,vote' haphazardly can "BIIV,,^ explained only by, the home pollU- v clans. It Is'believed that the po_£- ' slbility that 4 two county - office* ' would go to the convention for ripmU '' inatlon was responsible. Most of""-~ persons vbted^ for, received only or two vote*!; ^ , . , > '%~j The poll 'book allows only about- 1 , >(; 20 spaces for votes, and the Buffalor book had .to, show all o( the jrotat ( Vi cast. This forced the clerk to_ camr t , J over into other spaces the votea p?:v,/" the various'candidates, evep though! < they had no chance of receiving elec- .- } tlon. ' , A similar scrap was apparent tor ^ : all the township offices in B^ffalo^. ' for numerous Votes were cast'for can--,,;'-^ dldates who received only one or twowi^ftfii votes. . " ; j '-"- ' § ,./! ^yUtjw.lpeto^y 89 Yotet Haines, candidate for ' democratic nomination fopy sheriff,'.', benefited 'by"the biggest change w»*V! suiting from >the canvass of the dem--^; ocratic vote^gainlng ?0*in PIT'•'- ^ ^The, election .-clerk, listed-his vote as V2"*on'the><»Ht»lde env« whereas the ,^lly sheets,. as ined Tuesday, showed f< 22/', brought-his county total'to-1«S-in'4 ,stead of,the 141 reported In the ' ! FORMER IRVINBTON FARMER PASSES AT NEWTIN, ILL i I. \« -iij.niui-1.-1" i.Ajiv 7, jfaS _ g«nday:s Des Juries R.e»fc#er pub Hsfted a, ftujnbeip of sugres*lon» to p, f. jfcalng, 'this the business cycle, and amo_ng &^W **'*$$£ to the «!*f*et" issued an4 lacked wp,'by . sJajr:-T,h«:)bi} y ' 9 , , being broken between the knee and the hip. Her doctor says she will hfiye eto remain at the; hospital four or si* weeks-' The break, was, t<?q high-fop a cast so the bpne baa to be held |n place with sandbags. ,Lols wa^ four a, week ago Friday. clal returns, t '-X few s changes of a vote i were found 'jn «ther p.peijinot^gi'f different candidates, but not; en&jp " to a«eot+t|i«J i i||^n4Jnf ot^^ny -~ inee, ^ ^f > ^ ^ ^ ^^ -, ^ AL60NIANT NEPHEW DIES

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