Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 1
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Weather 'fAtfc Mid .rather of Line 33 ALGONA, IOWA, OCTOBER 5, 1933 8 Pages Number 4 ETHODISTS COMING NEXT YEAR IOW PLANNED Y AUXILIARY rld'»All Right to presented Here [October 17-18. Bur t Holds Baseball Tourney Saturday TITONKA, BURT, BANG WES {OFT AND LEY ENTER Legion Auxiliary met Mon- discuss the plans for .the tion of the amateur show, World's All Right. Committees I chosen and are now at work. 9 big show, which will be full edy and fun, will take place [radio station. Spectators will lot only the numbers that go [the air, but also get a back) view of a broadcasting stu- 5 show will be staged Tuesday Wednesday nights, October 17; the high school auditorium, Ae Auxiliary is making every t to make it one of the biggest ,.tions ever staged in Algona. lithe meeting Monday Mrs. Virt Reynolds, representative of Juniversal Producing Co., who i to stage the show, outlined .i plans, for, ir'haridling <. the The Auxiliary is ehthusias- bout the show and promises lie a real treat, something different in the way of ur shows. Committees Are Named. i World's All Right has been by local organizations ghoiit the United Statse with unusual success, • and the iliary feels fortunate to toe to obtain such an entertain- it here. Following is a list of [people serving on committees: eneral chairman, Mrs. L. M. fritt; cast, Airs'. W. R. French, . W. Hawcott; advertising, Mrs. ^le Griggs, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, . H. D. Olapsaddle; tickets, Mrs. > Larson; costumes and prop- is, Mrs. A. H. Stock, Mrs. V. V. "ain. Cast is Chosen. j scene will be laid in a broad- ting studio, and Jimmie Wad; station owner, will be played fWilliam Steele Jr.. who is in i with his secretary, Jane Rog- played by Alice Hist. 'These ng people are doing all they can lave.the radio station, which is «it to go broke, with bill collec- walking in and talent walking part of the bill collector is by Chester Williams. Mr. l!, of Dinkell Pickles Inc., I promised to buy advertising if i program is good. Charles E. fcbb takes this part. Throughout I plot, Joe, the office boy, played [Dr. C, D. Schaap, insists that {has talent. Of course nobody much attention to him, but one of the numbers,fails to »r Joe> puts on -the "'Harlem huteppers with his girl friend, Green, vamp from iNew Or, played by Evelyn 1 " Bode. This t highbrow number which turns be the sensation of the and as a result Dinkell buys ant j ji mm ie saves his numbers that go out over Series Sponsored by Business Men at Burt. iBurt, Oct. 3—iBurt business men are staging a fall baseball tournament this week Saturday at Burt. Four of the strongest teams in the county will compete, and the tournament promises to be one of the best sporting events of the season. The teams entered are evenly matched, and none rules a favorite. The first game will get under way with the Bancroft Parochial taking the field against Wesley at 9 a. m. At 10:30 Burt will play Titonka. _The winners of the morning session will meet in a final game at '2:30. The iBurt Juniors will play the Bancroft high school team in a five-inning contest starting at p. m. Parochial Pitchers Strong 1 . St. John's, Bancroft, presents the strongest mound staff of any of the schools entered, having three o; the best high school hurlers in the county in Hatten, Becker, and Deitering. This factor may give St John's an edge in playing twice the same day, for the other three schools have to hang their hopes on a single hurler apiece. The Bancroft line-up also in. eludes three of the best clouters in prep ball in Becker, Welp, and Hat ten. The St. John's team is prob ably the best balanced of the four Coach Pohlman's team has lost bu one game this fall, and that ti Burt. Wesley's Defense Good. Wesley's strength lies largely in defense. Wesley has a veteran hurler in McCall, and also has a fine fielding team. Titonka, how ever, has nosed Wesley out in i close g»me, 4-3, played early thi fall. Wesley also fell before th strong Corwith team. Titonka has placed second in th county series the last two years and is out to take the county again this year. The team this fall in eludes several veterans, particu larly a veteran battery. Bockelman Home Talent (Continued on page 4.) Baseball. (Continued on pase 4.) High School Wins Opener By Close Shave Saturday From the Livermore Team The Algona high school football earn defeated the strong (Livermore eleven at Athletic park in a lard-fought game Friday afternoon. The only touchdown of the game vas made by Algona in the first Corn Husking Tilt Oct. 27 THE Algona Bob Tost Kick Post Stevens Miller Hilton Hutchins Ettierington Sellstrom Sliackelforil Medin llruns LINE-UP Livermore 11. E. D. Baker Armstrong Wilson Bopke Underberg Faith Schultz C. Baker Hood Knowles K. T. 11. G. C. L. G. L. T. L. E. Q. B. K. H. L. II. F. B. Sykes five minutes play. The side kick for and was The annual county corn husk* ing contest will be held Friday, October 27, at the Mike Loss farm south of the Ambrose A. Call state park. It will be sponsored by the Algons Community club, which will furnish prizes. Legionnaires will police the field, which has rows 80 rods long that stand up well and will yield 00 to 70 bushels an acre. County Agent Morrison will receive applicants of contestants. Drawings will be made in order of application, and the starting gun will be fired at 10 a. m. ELDER BUGS FORM PEST HERE TUESDAY elder bugs pestered Algona » early i n '^ -week, -- being ' n ? rl y ^ notic eahle' -.Tuesday ' when there were swarms* ar- ,"w postoffice and other es on the sunny side of state bug has a pretty bright red '•visible when it is flying, but * r inspection is revolting, for IB emits an evil-smelling u is a member of the a 'bug" family, and its tech- 'ame is leptocoris trivittata, are five distinct molts'before "'.grown. The young bug wight red back, but when fc body is dark and IPh ' ' I Zj? u . 6 . s °mewhat resembles the •*wach m general shape' and in s - The adult hibernates in *r n. ? nng i into the «round or l « protected quarters, and em- is m the late spring or early when the eggs are laid; attack box elder trees, this fact comes the popu- young appear in > sport the livid colt a»«" r* JO before taking the st «P towards adulthood. FRONT IS STARTED FOR STEELE STORE Remodeling of the front of th Galbraith estate store building cross the street south from th Iowa State Bank started Monday for a new Wm. C. Steele clothing store to be opened either late this month or early in November. The new front will have a black vitriolite base, similar to the one installed this sumer for the Borchardt drug store. Color scheme will thus be black and white. Instead of the present side or corner entrance, the new front will have a center entrance. The east side where there has been a corner window will be bricked up. The,new front will be one of the most modern and attractive for its size m the state. The work is being done by Cowan & Son. The Steele store will occupy tne •front two thirds of the building. The balcony at the rear will, be removed, and the rear of the present store room will be remodeled for ground floor quarters opening on Dodge street. This will ;be partitioned off from the clothing store. The interior will all be remodeled and redecorated. New fixtures and an all new stock of merchan- dise'will be installed as soon as the remodeling operations have been completed. point sliced to one ost. The score came on Algona's eighth play when iBruns ran 14 yards for the touchdown. Livermore had received the kickoff, but after failing to make first down kicked to Algona. On the next eight plays Algona carried the ball down the field for 16 yards on the first play and a number of five yard gains. On the fourteen yard line, Bruns got through right tackle for the touchdown. ShJacMeford onissec the try for point. A good-sized crowd of fans was on hand. The day was fairly warm and thus favorable for attendance. •Many comments on the sidelines were made as the Algona team made steady gains. The general opinion was that Algona has what looks like a winning football team this year. Though most of the team have had only a few years experience, and some none at all, Algona's playing indicated a better team than last year's and more knowledge of the game. Livermore, with nine men who have three years' experience, had been doped as the better team, and the teamwork by Algona was a surprise. Algona had got within 16 yards of a second touchdown at the end of the half, when a pass to Sell- strm netted a 20-yd. gain. At the end of the third quarter the locals were on the 2-yd. line, 'but a penalty of five yards and stubborn opposition by Livermore prevented scoring. Liverm'ore threatened Algona only once, and that was just before the end of the- game, when the visitors got as far as Algona's 10 yard line, only to lose the ball on downs. . • Livermore's style of play included many passes, and all that were completed made good yardage, but NEW COURT TERM ADDED BY JUDGES Kossuth and all other counties in. the 14th judicial district Will have five terms of court in 1934' and 1935, instead of four; as has been the custom for at least a generation. The extra'term will be inserted in the present vacation per- od between the April and September terms, and will begin here June 18 in 1934 and June 17 in 1936. According to an order entered Tuesday the assignment of the ludges is as follows: James DeLand, April 2, June 18, in 1934, and January 28, November 25, 1935; F. iDavidson, Emmetsburg, January 29 and November 26, 1934, and September '23, 1935; George A. Heald, Spencer, September 24, 1934, and "April 1"and June 17, .1935. 7 * The new court term will relieve the press of work that accumulates! during the long summer period. It will also prevent an injustice in some cases in criminal' prosecutions. At present there is no grand jury from April to October, and a person accused of a crime and unable to get a bond has to wait in jail often four to five months or plead guilty. The new deal will bring a grand jury into action the middle of June. Naturally the addition of a term of court will increase court costs slightly, but not excessively, when benefits are considered. GRAND JURY BRINGS IN 3 INDICTMENTS 2 Charged With Robbery and Another With Rape. The grand jury filed a partial report Friday afternoon. Three indictments were returned, the de- fendent was released in another case, and continuance was asked in another. Indictments were voted against Fred Beitz and .Merle Cooper, North End youths, on charges of robbery with aggravation. It is alleged that the pair held up Henry (Fisher, Swea City, near Bancroft last summer. A true bill was also voted against Victor Tripp, Algona, on a charge of rape. No bill was found against Thomas Loeb, Swea City, charged with concealing stolen property, and he was released. A charge against L. E. Evans was continued. Canada Case Held lip. The grand jury took till next Tuesday to investigate other cases, Governor Herring Asked to Appear Before Grand Jury Governor Clyde M. Herring was ' t the state fish and game commission requested .last week to appear be-1 on charges, that .he'was holding the f6re the local grand jury, but he | position as a democrat, whereas in was unable to come, it was stated, : truth he was a republican. The because of official business in Chicago and at Washington, D. C. The papers reported that the governor watched the Iowa university football team defeat Northwesern. It is believed that the governor was wanted in connection with the James E. Canada case, in which 1928, 1930, and 1932 primary election poll books were secured by Canada, he said, to have photo- static copies made for evidence in. the removal proceedings. In the 1928 and 1930 elections Mr. Goeders did vote in the republican primaries, but in the 1932 election Canada is charged with forgery of! he voted democratic. The poll book the 1932 poll book in which the j indicated democrat when Mr. But- party designation of D. H. Goeders, I ler gave it to Canada, but when the Football. (Continued on page 5.) Algona Markets including, it is presumed, the charge of alteration of public records brought against James E. Canada, Des Moines, in the attempt to oust D. H. Goeders from the state game and fish commission. The final report of the grand jury is scheduled for Tuesday unless developments cause the jury to be held for further deliberations. Criminal Cases for Trial. Two criminal cases are slated for trial, one a charge of breaking jail against George Lappe, the other a robbery charge against Fred Beitz, the North End youth accused with Merle'Cboper of 'fo'SBing " Henry Fisher, Swea City. These cases will pro.bably be tried when the civil jury cases have been disposed :of. If further indictments are voted Algona, was changed from democrat to republican. Canada claimed, when he secured the poll book from County Auditor E. J. Butler, that he was investigating for the governor's office. At that time there was a concerted effort to remove Mr. Goeders from book was returned the designating mark had .been changed to republican. The grand jury is being held over this week, because of .rush of business, and it is believed that the governor will again come. be asked to by the grand Jury there may other criminal cases for trial this term. New Civil Cases. Edward Edwards has filed a pe- BOY, 4, IS BADLY • INJUREDJN CRASH Merlin Walker, 4, was seriously injured, Buffering a fractured skull, and his sisters, Mrs. , v ..Irene Holdron and Grace Walker .suffered, scratches and bruises in an automobile accident (Monday at 2 p. m. on No. 18 five miles west of Algona. All are children of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker. They were traveling east on the paved highway, and when they turned into the driveway on the Rich farm their car was hit by E. O. Damon, Fort Dodge, who was driving a Packard automobile in the same direction. • , . The Walkers, were entirely oft the paving in their 'model T Ford and were in the driveway when they were struck. The tracks of the two cars showed that Mr. Damon was trying to pass them as they were turned, for his car was morethan a fbbt and a half off"the" road next to the driveway on the wrong side of the road. The impact threw the Walker car into the ditch. The occupants were immediately brought to the Best med. wt HOGS 180 to 260 _$4.60 Best med. wt. 260 to 300 --- Canners . Packing sows, 300 to 350 4— 13.30 Heavy sows, 400 Ibs ..— 13.00 Big hvy. sows, 400-SOO ------ $2.70 CATTLE 0c to * 1 ' 00 - 00 to * 1 ' 35 to *2.25 M.OO to |5.00 to * 4 -5<> to *3.00 ~ to »2.25 Steers -——?2.50 to $3.«fl GRAIN 29c Pat Fat steers No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 white corn No. 3 white oats |lebrat ave Diamond Jubilee " grational <*"«* will early t onth S H lt wa - s decided at a special committee for night. The November 2-:3-5.' The organizations, The a 8 or san- 16, J868, with Academy Team Wins First Game From Charles City Cecelia's football team won line ready for another When the whistle blew ending the game Floyd Bode made the first touch« team down shortly after the the fourth quarter, when had pushed the ball with line .drives =nH at, end run to the. 6-yd. line. and an end run score, but the , for the extra point. made ol the team enabled. Hansen Sake the necessary_ teni yarjj. incomplete pass totted J« w? * Charles City made its touchdown in the first quarter on a 25-yd. end run, and held the long end of the score till the last quarter. The ball was kicked for the extra point. Lynch, of Charles City, suffered a broken collar bone in the course of th pe g naTtles against the Algonians totaled nearly 200 yards and kept the locals from scoring in the fust half. „ Academy will Daugherty at Daugherty. A •spraouy game is expected. Last vear's game with Daugherty ended Xf*. V'tie, and bo* teams are determined to win the big end of the score this year. HITCHIKEB DRIVES CAR INTO BRIDGE BAILING St. Joe, Oct. 3—In a storm last week Monday evening an accident occurred one and one-half miles south of St. Joe. A new Whippet, owned by G. L. Johnson, Minnesota, but driven by a hitchhiker that Mr. Johnson had picked up> ran into the side of a narrow cement bridge. It is believed that a flash of lightning blinded the driver «nd the car struck a hole in the side of the road which threw the car against the east side of the Bridge, from which it bounded back to the west side. Passersby. picked up the injured men and took them ;o an Algona hospital, where Mr. Johnson remained, ilt is reported ;hat the hitchhiker was held in the county jail, over night but was later released. A wrecker from the Helberg garage at Algona took away the car, which was badly damaged, the same evening. 628 Sign the NRA Consumer's Pledge A total of 628 signed 'NiRA consumers' cards were turned in Tuesday night by Mrs. D. P. Smith, who headed the Algona drive over the week-end. The Second ward led with 182, and the other wards had: First, 15(1; Third, 170; and Fourth, 125. A number of suggestions made on the cards by various signers will be considered by the local committee in the near future. The cards pledged signers to buy from NRA concerns and to buy now. Only a few persons refused to sign. Persons missed in the canvass can obtain cards from Mrs. Smith or Mrs. C. A. Samson. «ei uu ,« at center and Matem at guard did themselves credit in this game. Behlmer was up against an all-state center. Floyd Bode is slated as t Academy's line-plunging and yard- Dance Scrappers Given Fines Here lLawrence Miller, seven miles south of Algona, and Raymond Daken, Corwith, were fined $2 each and costs of $4.26 in Justice H. B White's court Tuesday on a charge of fighting ! and disturbing the peace at Sexton the night before They were arrested by Constable F. A. Newville and were brought to Algona at 2 o'clock in the morning Both pleaded guilty and paid the fines. Another Combination Sale. Col. ,C. O. Riddle announces an other combination sale next Satur day at the North American engine works building. tition for the appointment of himself as guardian of the property of his brother Jonas. The latter, who is a patient at the Cherokee state hospital, owns an inherited interest in a Riverdale township quarter section. A divorce was granted last Thursday to Marguerite Moe Kenefick from Eugene Kenefick, and she was awarded the .custody of wo-children, •• The defendant de- aulted. The Western Credit Co., Algona, ppearing by C. R. La Barre, manager, has brought a replevin suit or a 1930 Durant coach in the lossession of iRoy and Mina Davis. The plaintiff bought a chattel mortgage against the car and com- ilains that defendants will not rec- gnize the transfer. BASKETBALL'TILT TO COME HERE IN SPRING Supt. .Otto B. Laing attended '• a county Schoolmasters club meeting at Ledyard last Thursday even- ng and was elected vice president 'or the southern half of the county. Supt. A. E. Lauritzen,- of Ledyard, was elected president; E. H. Parsons, Swea City, secretary-treasurer. The club held its usual business meeting and discussed school tournaments for the current year. The county basketball tournament will again be held at the Algona high school gymnasium, and the dates will be (February 22-23-24, with the finals Monday, February 26. This will be the week preceding the state sectional tournament, for which Algona is again bidding this year. ' x • Baseball, declamatory, and other contests between the schools were also discussed. The county music festival will be held at Algona next spring, and a committee to prepare for it was appointed. The date has not yet been announced. Streit Now Heads Legion Post Here Election and installation of officers of the Legion took place at a meeting in the Legion hall Tuesday evening. The new officers are: M. J. Streit, commander; 'E. R< Morrison, V. V. Naudain, M. G. Norton, vice commanders; John L. Momyer, adjutant; L. E. Hovey, finance officer; E. H. Wray, sergeant-at- arms; the Rev. A. S. Hueser, chap- be Kossuth hospital. The .two young at women were released next day, and the boy was reported improved yesterday. The Fort Dodge party stopped and did all that could 'be done. The Fort Dodge driver assumed complete responsibility. It is reported ;hat a member of the party lost an only daughter accident. in a recent similar' Service Clubs See Phone Movie Reels The Rotary and Kiwanis clubs had a Joint session at the Algona hotel Monday noon, and after dinner a Mr. Seiburn, representing the Northwestern Bell Telephone company, showed moving pictures. One reel demonstrated how telephone cables are made, and another gave glimpses of European and South American cities which can be reached by telephone. Members of the two clubs contributed lOc each as a wedding gift for one of the hotel waitresses who has served them long and well. After 1 o'clock a third reel was shown to members of the clubs who stayed to see it. - 150 Confirmed at Catholic Church One hundred and fifty children and adults were confirmed at St. Cecelia's church with impressive' ceremonies Sunday morning. Bishop Heelan, of the .Sioux C'ity diocese, officiated, aided by father f. 3. Darern, local pastor, and Father Hylaml, of Whittemore. Bishop Jleelan has been conducting confirmation services at 27 churches in the diocese, and conducted confirmation ceremonies last weekend and Sunday at Wesley, St Benedict, Bancroft, Ledyard, and other towns. ALGONA INVALID BREAKS BOTH LEGS Mrs. H. iB. Mason, 66, who has not .been able' to leave her wheel chair for 14 years, fell out of the chair Tuesday morning and broke both legs. Both bones in the left leg were broken two inches above the ankle joint, and the large bone in the right leg was broken four inches above the knee. The bones were 'badly splintered. Mrs. Mason has suffered with arthritis since war time, and lack of exercise, with poor circulation, had left the bones in such condition that they were brittle and broke easily. The accident -happened when Mrs. Mason'Was ^o'utdodrs, as was her custom on warm .days. She was pushing her wheel chair around among he'r "flowers," and had bent down to pick one, when she lost her balance and fell forward on her face. •Mrs. Mason's cries were heard by •Mrs. G. S. Buchanan and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, neighbors, who reached her first, also by Mr. Mason, who was in the house, about to prepare dinner. Mrs. Mason was taken to the Kossuth hospital, where the legs were put in a cast. It is now probable that she will not be able to Jeftve her bed again. ' CONFERENCE TO BE HELD HERE IN'34 Ninety Per Cent Vote Picks Algona Over Webster City. At the Northwest ilowa Methodist; Conference at Humboldt last week* two invitations were extended for next year's Conference. Algons. having submitted the first invitation, was voted on. first, and received the votes of 90 per cent of the 200 votes cast. The 'Rev. H. ML Burns, who had extended an Invitation for Webster City, then mov<* ed to make it unanimous for Al— gona, which was done. . ; Algona last had the conference in 1917, and Webster City in 1927. In all Algona has had the conference five times since it was organized in 1872. It was first held her* in 1874, then in ¥81,1889,1901. and 1917. Conference Draws 1000. 'Since meeting here in 1917 the* conference has met four times' ink Sioux City, twice at Storm Lake.. Estherville, and Humboldt, an<B once each at Eagle Grove, Le Marsw Spencer, Cherokee, Webster- City. and Rockwell City. The conference will bring to Algona 300 Methodist ministers and their wives, and 200 lay delegates. who will be here two to five days. There will also be hundreds of Visitors who come and go during tjiflt session, -j Conference Appointments ttea£ At the close of the Humboldt conference Sunday night Bishop Leete read his appointments for the coming year. The JRev. W.-G. Muhleman was returned as superintendent o£ the Algona district and the Rev, C. V. Hwlse as pastor of the Algona church. Other appointments follow: '•-.',' Armstrong, J. E. Clifton; Ayrshire, E. IF. Broberg; Belmond, J. C. iButhman; Britt, G. W. Egflea- ton; Buffalo Center, "A. A. Howe; Burt, C. B. Mitchell; Clarion, W. A. Winterstein; Clear Lake, B. ,W. Riner; Corwith, O. E. Schaal; Crys- J. S. Hutchings; Cylin- Vernon (R. V. Hotch- Only 615 Auto Licenses Issued A total of 6,135 auto licenses had been issued in 1933 up to Saturday night. This is almost a thousand below 1929 and 1930. The peak in Kossuth has heen as high as 7100 plus. Many automobiles were Junked and stored when licenses for this year became due last January, and many are still not being used, which probably accounts for most of the .drop this year. Some new cars have been sold in the county so far this year. lain; W. A. Lorenz, •*• historian. Case of Sleeping Sickness. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, formerly been mid- Veda Falkenhainer, has alarmingly sick since last week, and it is believed that she has sleeping sickness. She had a high {ever Saturday and Sunday, but has been improving since and her recovery is expected. Pheasant Ditches Truck at St. Joe St. Joe, Oct. 3— Joseph Thilges narrowly escaped serious injury Friday -while he was hauling shelled corn for Matt Hilbert in a truck. Near the Frank Hilbert Sr. place, Just north of Livermore, a tal Lake, der-South kiss). Setvard Back to Laurens. Dolliver-Muntington, C. R. Yeager; Emmetsburg, Edward Pruitt; Estherville. 'P. W.. Ortmeyer; Kenton, J. F. Snyder; Forest City-Hayfield, H. O. Ward; Garner, T. E. Hoon; Goldfield, W. S. Handy; Good 'Hope-Whittemore, A. H. Wood; Graettinger, Arthur Bottom; Havelock-Ware, C. L. Day; Kanawha, E. A. Briggs; Klemme, J. L. Ralston; Lake Mills, W. J. Witter; Lakota-Ledyard, (F. O. John- cm. Laurens, C. H. Seward; La ferne-Livermore, William Badde- ey; Mallard-Ourlew, J. H. 'Bounds; lenwickiHardy, Belden Weikel; lowan-Latimer, H. E. Harvey; Ruthven, B. L. Weaver; Swea City- rant, G. R. McDowell; Thompson- Ellis, A. G. Heddle; Thornton- Swaledale, M. L. Carver; Titonka- Doan, Fremont Faul; Wesley-Sexon, I. C. McNulty, West Bend, F. W. Whitford; Woden-Prairie Cener. Ralph Baker. STATE INSPECTOR HERE TO ENFORCE AUTO LAW Harry O. Brown, state motor ve- licle inspector, and Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser and his deputy, Casey joss, started inspection of car* Tuesday night and caught 'several drivers without driver's licenses or with cars having defective front or , pheasant flew into the windshield of the truck and caused Mr. Thilges to lose control. He ran into the ditch and tipped over. Henry Kohlhaas, first one at the. scene of the accident, helped him out of the truck, but he was dazed for several minutes. Aside from a lew bruises, scratches, and a good scare he was not injured, and the' truck was not damaged. Damage Suit Ends in Costs Judgment Against Plaintiff A directed verdict ended a dam-j age suit brought by Prank Lang against Peter Kollasch Tuesday, when Judge DeLand held in favor of the defendant and taxed costs of some |50 to the plaintiff. The case arose from an auto crash north of Whittemore, and Mr. Lang asked f 260 damages. Mr. Kollasch counter-claimed for $126. Both alleged negligence. In the end both sides dismissed judgment claims, except the costs entered against Mr. Lang. * The Jury drawn for the case consisted of Fred 'Darnell, Ledyard; A. L. Greenfield, Sexton; Eliza Angle, Wesley; Bpko Johnson, Lakota; Winifred Jergenson, Algona; Eugene Schufer, Wesley; Don Jacobs, Ledyard; Anton Andreason, Burt; John Dpocy, Swea City; Gustav Berninghaus, West Bend; Henry Arndorfer, Corwith; and Julius Stripling, L« Verne. Another case decided in favor of the defendant is of some local interest. Mrs. Bertha Ward, ftum- boldt, brought suit against her for mer husband, Barber Frank Shilts for $880 rent, claiming $40 a month on the Shilts home, in which she Claimed a half interest. In a cross petition Mr. Shilti asked judgment of $974.90 agains Mrs. Ward for taxes, interest, an< other costs. Judge De Land that Mrs. Shilts was entitled to $550 as half the rent, but that Mr. Shilts was entitled to receive half rear lights. Eleven arrests were failure to observe Nos. made for and. 18 stop signs, and the offenders'were fined a dollar each plus a dollar costs. All but three live outside Kossuth. Mr. Brown expects to have a brake-testing machine here within ten days, and cars with defective brakes will then be ordered out of service if not repaired. Mr. Brown has Kossuth and counties west to the Dakota line as his territory. He has been kept busy in western Iowa prior .to this time because of lapse of a reciprocity agreement between South Dakota and Iowa concerning truck licenses. Trucks operating in the* two states must now have a license in each state. is! Judge DeLand Ties Wedding Knot Here Judge James DeLand dotted justice robes Tuesday evening perform the marriage of Darm Vise, of paton,.and Marie ,J. of Minneapolis, H. J- $t court reporter, and E. J. StcBvfl>yi, clerk, were witnesses. It is eo.me*;| what unusual for a distrfcfc '-—"•* the upkeep from Mrs. Ward or [judge to perform $ $974.90. The difference, $424.90, mon y t tu t the law was therefore entered as a Judg- judges to do so. ment against Mrs. Ward. Trial was started on a second damage suit yesterday, in which Mrs. Mary Skow, Lu Verne, is asking $1,000 damages from Cart Paet? , „,...„.,,, as the result of a collision between'! and the concrete bugk the Skow and Paetz care OB $9, fejrt tpur A ' -'""-' 160 at toe north edge of wn^iW 9J& RpjSge February f, Water Tower 8{»ri The pouring, of Monday for bases for water tower. It #

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