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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 2, 1936
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OFFICIAL crrr PAPEB dipper Be* LARGEST CIRCmATIOTf IN KOS8OTH Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNK 2, Pnpcs VOL. :M.—NO. 22 KOSSUTH PRIMARY ELECTION STATISTICS Casey Loss Wins Democratic Nomination For 3 SUPERVISORS PRIMARY VOTING Balgeman, Baum and Cosgrove Win Out After Tussles FRASER TAKES 4 CORNERED BATTLE ~ John Fraser took the democratic nomination In the four cornered iket for the supervisor nomination, and will oppose Frank Balgeman, republican Incumbent, In the fall. Wm. Baum had evidently recaptured the nomination from Colwell, after a close and interesting race, on the democratic ticket In the fifth district, and will oppose P. J. Melken, republican, and former supervisor, in the general election. Will Cosgrove had a wide margin in the third district, with one precinct not checked, and will oppose Ernest Peterson, republican In the fall. Peterson was unopposed. Tabular ReralU FIRST DISTRICT Fra Web Fin Frl Cresco ...................... 66 16 12 10 LuVerne .................... 8 88 2 3 Irvington ................ 4 12 2 5 Sexton ...................... 37 13 1 9 Whittemore .......... 140 23 22 23 Rlverdale ................ 62 6 26 66 Sherman .................. 22 3 26 1 Garneld ................... 31 11 14 11 368 1S3 105 128 Balg. Geigel Cresco 24 2» Irvington 13 38 LuVerne JB 83 gexton .,....».';. -....13 , 10 Wbittemore 101 19 Rlverdale 12 4 Sherman 18 14 Garfictd 46 1» Ramsey . German Buffalo ... Portland . Wesley Prairie tat THIRD DISTRICT Cosg. Sleper 32 76 80 29 49 8 158 10 151 17 470 140 Ernest Peterson, republican candidate, was unopposed. FIFTH DISTRICT Baum Col. Hagge Eagle 478 Lukota 85 24 7 Grant 3 19 9 Springfield 9 11 12 Hebron 849 Lincoln 39 17 3 Ledyard 10 17 43 Harrison 44 52 33 Eagle Lakota Gout Springfield Ladjrwd itertaon 202 151 124 Helk Nltz 30 8 37 42 45 37 24 46 13 34 219 45 15 24 59 42 448 272 That tbe general election this fall will M* Mveral of the hottest •r recorded Is certain •ad Baum will again crow as they did last time, anc Fraser in the first district, after an un*uc«*Mful attempt to place several years ago, should make the race Interesting in the first, where the veteran, Frank Balgeman, again proved that his popularity shines us brightly us ever. Delia Welter First Feminine Justice Delia Welter will become the first woman justice of the peace in Algona's history next fall. She and Paul Danson, unopposed for thi justice posts, naturally curried off the nominations, in Algona. Floyd Newville und Ernest Thie will become constables in the same manner, neither having any oppo sition other than the required two who will be elected. 2,406 G. O. P. Vote; 2,843 Democrats Tn« Kassuth republicans, eutimal ing on the basis of votes cost in thi senatorial race, were represented in the primary by 2,408 voters. Th Democrats, u»lng the same basis Mnt 2443 persons to the polls. With six candidates in the n far senator, Dickinson of Algona for outdist*nc*d all of bis oppo -t^ sinjpl Brookhart, whom be downed two to one, anyway. Ask $751 Damage* From LuVerne Man A damage suit for $Tbl.M> was nl •d recently in district court by G«o Boost against Dr. R- L- Corbin, Lu Verne. Bopst charge* that he »uf *«r*d damages to M« wagon, » team of barM*, one of which died und tlw otbar being pewnwenUy disaW •d, on March 31, wb«tt the Corbin car bit his wagon ubouS 6:4* p. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines FIGHTING JERSEY FOREST BLAZE—CCC workers and volunteers fighting the forest fire between Tuckerton and Chatsworth, N. J., shortly before the blaze which swept southern New Jersey, was brought under control, after a 72-hour battle. The flames brought death to five persons. At least 40 persons were Injured, eight critically. BACK TO WORK—BUT NOT FOB LONG—Representative Marlon A. Zioncheck of Washington State, back at work in his office In -Washington. D. C. < ilia bride of a few week* act* as hia,Mcr*Ucy. .JUMtrtly afUr thta photo WM taken ZlonehteU was again arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after a series of Incidents, including an encounter with the lessee of his apartment. He is now in a psychopathic word—a congressman suspected of having bats In his belfry. SETS RECORD FOB THIRD INDIANAPOLIS VICTORY —Louis Meyer of Huntlngton Park, California, right, holding up three fingers to show the number of times he has won the 500-mile Memorial Day classic at Indianapolis. This photo was made after he had taken his third victory y vetting a new record of 109.009 miles per hour. At the left la his mechanic. Lawson Harris. "BLACK LEUION" MEMHKK8 tONFEHH WHOER— Photo shows four members of the "Black Legion" Detroit, Mich., secret society, who have confessed the execution of Charles A. ' Poole, WPA worker, near Detroit. Left to right, Dayton Dean, who confessed that he fired two shots into Poole's body; Harvey Davis, colonel in the society, who directed the murder; Urban Lipps, who witnessed the crime; and Irvin Lee, who confessed hring at the victim. Poole, who is said to have been executed by the society because he beat his wife. 'DICK', HERRING RUN FAVORITES IN STATE VOTE Kossuth Ballots also Help Qeo. Call and Mitchell St. Benedict Boy's Chest Crushed St. Benedict: Word waa received here Saturday afternoon by relative* aud friend* of the serious Injury of Lawrence Ludwig. A paving truck had passed over the right side of hi* cheat and arms. Mrs. Barbara Ludwig, his mother, Mrs. Froealicb, Jqhn Ludwig, Leo Ludwig and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer drove to Mason City to be with him. Saturday night he was taken to the Park Hospital by the paving foreman. Jake Ludwig also was called from Dike, Iowa, to see hi* brother. Lawrence. ELECTION SIDELIGHTS Governor Clyde Herring and Senator L. J. Dickinson of Algona, were the choice of the Kossuth county voters In the primary election, Monday, for the general election contest to select a United States senator. The vote of the county for the various candidates was an follows, with one precinct missing, which would not alter the outcome In any degree. Dickinson (R) 13S7 Brookhart (R) 613 Baker (R) 143 Chaney <R> 45 Linville (R) 87 Manning (R) 161 Herring (D) 1903 Utterback (D) 695 A county that remembered one of ts pioneer families also gave Geo. Call of Sioux City, republican, lealthy support In the nomination 'or governor, while democrats did not seem to look with favor upon Nels Kraschel, who hopes to move from lieutenant-governor to governor this fall, and in his place- voted for Mitchell of Fort Dodge. The vote in the two primaries for governor follows: Call (R) 1010 Grimes (R) 448 Wilson (R) 775 Kraschel (D) 1282 Mitchell <D> 1410 As far a* the other races for state posts were concerned, the democrats for the most part voted chiefly for the incumbent*, giving along with it a good support to John Mitchell at Fort Dodge a* candidate for attorney general. Mr*. Alex Miller polled 2070 votes. Leo Wcgman 2248 und Mitchell 1315. The republican ballot was divided among the other candidates on the state ticket, and with a possible few exceptions, it is doubtful If there was any particular Interest in the nominations among the lay- Newspapermen keeping the early-morning vigil included Schwartz of Fenton and Burdlne of Whittemore. Schwartz came over because he helped bring In Fenton'a ballots. Burdine had no such excuse, but proved especially Interested in the first district supervisor race. • • • Although some of the candidate* may have felt like calling for a prayer, Monday night at the court house as returns came in, Rev. C. Paul Carlson waa not called upon. He wa* the only representative of the clergy attending the tabulating session. • • • One candidate was Jokeingly asked If he was going to buy food for the crowd. "I should say not," he replied, "why I'm 17 votes behind." • • • Greenwood township certainly does thing In a forceful way. The democratic voters up there, who are about nine-tenths of all the voters In the township, gave Janvrin, Duffy and Kinsey big leads, and Dahlhauser a wide margin. Janvrin, Kinsey and Dahlhauser were sort of native sons. Sheriff By 37 Vote Margin DEMOS STAGE REAL BATTLES FOR 4 POSTS County Democratic Primary Election Results 3 O s 33 47 39 40 44 46 30 11 7 17 20 33 20 192 Garfleld 26 Algona 1st Ward Algona 2nd Ward Algona 3rd Ward Algona 4th Ward „ Buffalo Hurt Cresco Eagle E. Lone Rock Lone Rock (Fenton) Fenton German Grant Greenwood H.W. Miller to Give Algona Broadcast H. W. Miller. Algona attorney, will give a talk on the "Iowa Speaks" program, over station WHO, Des Moines, on June 28. it wax stated Monday by tb« directors of the Algona Community Club, who selected Mr. Miller to represent the city when Algona's turn for a Sunday night broadcast arrived. Other Community Club business developing in the past few days i« u decision to advocate the baud- stand site for the awimming poo locution, and also to investigate possibilities of aceuriny KOSSUTH STATE DIVIDENDCHECKS TOTAL $48,943 The fifth dividend of 10 percent for the Kossuth County State Bank arrived here Monday morn- Ing, and distribution begins at once by H. V. Hull, examiner In charge. This dividend totals $48,943.32. There are about 600 check's which will be distributed. One more dividend, the final one, i* scheduled for distribution aome Urn* this summer. Persons with checks coming are requested to call for them promptly at Mr. Hull's office, over the Iowa Stale Bank. The checks are ready for immediate distribution. All of the preceding divdends have also been 10 percent, making a total of 50 per cent that has been paid out on depositor's claims. Harrison Hebron Irvington Ledyard Lakota Lotts Creek Lincoln Plum Creek ortland Prairie lamsey Riverdale .... Sherman Seneca Springfield Swea Union Wesley Whittemore LuVerne Sexton Totals Violet Norman In First Place As Texas Centennial Ballots Pour In Theatre Season Passes Go To Leaders at Finale Violet Norman, employed in the Hutchison & Hutchison law office here, held a slight lead in the first tabulation of votes in the Working Uirls' Popularity contest, being sponsored by the State Theatre and I he Algona Upper Des Moines. The contest will close July 31, and the winner will receive a free 10- day trip to the Texas Centennial Exposition, with all expensue paid. Ballots thus fur received were counted Monday morning, and represented the first week's voting in tlie contest. The 8Unding» The standings as of Monday morning were as follows: Violet Norman, Algona 2875 Ilda Patterson, Algona . 2575 Betty Backus, Algona 2225 Ardella Hovey, Algona 1175 Ksther Lavrenz, Algona . 1150 Mary Kuin, Algona 1040 Alice Moulton, Ledyard WJ5 Drusilla Caughlin, Algona 845 Marcella Cullen, Whitt. 840 "Toots" Gramenz, Fenton 700 Kuth McKee, Algona 605 Ho.sella Voigt, Whitt. 5U5 Anna Kamus, LuVerne 580 Lola Warner, Fenton 535 Viola Kiddle, Lakota 445 Irene Heller, Whiltemore 425 Lorettu Winkel, Algona 405 Zora Keith, Aigona 395 Start 3 Divorce Actions in Court Three divorce actions were started in the past few days in district court here. Howard B. Hunt is sueing Marie Hunt, charging desertion. Tbe plaintiff is from LuVerne. A. F. Jaspersoii is uueing Jttue Elizabeth Jasperson for a divorce on grounds of cruet and inhuman treatment. Baa Hopkins is asking a divorce from Lucille Hopkins, also charging cruel and inhuman treatment. One Person Cut By Flying Glass Edward Ureen. LuVerne, and Ira Hudson, were shaken up Monday morning when their curs collided at the Deep Rock oil fetation corner. A paasengtr 111 the Hudson cur w«u> cut up by Hying glass. The collision occurred when Hud- sun swung oul behind paving truck Maurine Hansen, Wesley 330 Jane Hemphlll, Algona 320 Bertha Fasbcnder, St. B. 280 Esther Olson, Burt 250 Cora Masterson, Corwith 225 mubel Kain, Algonu 245 Julia Stott, Tltonka 245 Beatrice Kramer, Fenton 210 Rosalee Dorr, St. Benedict 200 Margaret SchilU, Bancroft 180 Dollys Knudsen, Algona 175 Luella Bleich, Burt 160 Berntce Harrington, Algona 145 Murgaret Morness, Burt 125 Rose Mary Murphy, Ban. 100 Miscellaneous votes of under 100 were cast for Doris Silvers, Thelma Guy, Loreltu Howie, Susan Uhr, Bernice Wilson, Lola Murlow, Hel en Corey, Frieda Juger, Urace McNeil), Clara Wedel and Muriel Johnson. Several of the last named have never been officially enter ed. Voting Ju»t Beginning Votes for favorites are obtained in any one of three ways. 1—Fill in coupon received at the Stute Theatre boxoffice, and deposit ballot in theatre lobby. Standings are also posted in the theatre lobby. 2—Clip coupon, found in each issue of the Upper Ues Moines, and see that it is turned in at the theatre or newspaper office. 3—Each new subscription to this newspaper entitles a credit of f.OO votes to whoever is designated by the new subscriber. Kuril Entry to Win One of tile pleasant facts regarding the contest is tile fact that in addition to the grand tirsl place prize of tile free Texas Centennial trip, other contestants will also receive awards. Second and third places will receive u year's pass, good for contestant only, to the State Theatre-. Fourth and lifth places will receive u nine months pau> to thf new State Theatre. Sixth and seventh will receive u SIA months pass. Eighth, ninth and tenth will each receive a three inoiilhs puss. The next ten will recevie a one month pass, and the remainder will receive individual passes for from two weeks down to one admission. Winners .Uu»t Work That the ultimate winners will gain first place by working for the award was demonstrated in the first voting. The present leaders without exception have been out after voles. and each of the top three has turned m newspaper subscriptions to help swell their totals Be sure and get yuur friends to cost their ballot* when alteiiduig the theatre for youriel: 78 . IB . 7 ss 77 . 23 . 36 16 . 22 47 . 45 . 40 16 31 . 19 . 7 . 28 . 45 81 . 33 9 1337 25 76 111 39 28 17 40 4 4 5 22 19 6 153 18 27 1 13 9 17 31 8 26 30 77 36 64 18 15 11 6 29 75 97 19 37 60 87 117 55 76 52 65 10 5 17 42 73 17 79 46 73 15 20 30 75 44 37 43 42 110 20 72 36 26 17 10 32 115 168 46 37 14 56 52 41 18 14 35 7 9 10 8 11 9 209 16 45 6 7 23 20 24 9 12 17 55 72 68 14 22 9 4 32 35 80 15 18 3 47 66 64 52 26 40 35 5 6 16 41 12 10 67 16 31 2 9 14 54 14 18 28 17 31 13 16 7 6 8 3 26 32 26 22 16 I Q 24 74 103 45 67 27 62 12 9 11 17 64 16 284 49 88 18 17 44 56 54 39 26 42 132 72 124 44 41 20 15 36 125 232 45 36 23 32 40 26 57 27 23 3 10 15 18 43 8 307 42 66 15 6 42 71 25 28 12 21 53 75 22 16 31 14 5 34 45 58 20 7 44 101 127 70 33 oO 66 13 4 9 25 34 16 71 23 47 4 10 14 28 40 24 44 35 105 16 112 33 16 12 8 29 102 172 46 47 13 44 72 30 55 22 19 10 7 19 31 f>9 19 239 49 88 14 11 30 44 42 24 20 38 82 67 59 11 33 12 12 11 88 188 19 21 61 104 112 70 54 48 88 8 8 8 22 31 11 134 17 42 8 19 33 65 27 32 36 25 86 28 100 44 16 17 2 !i2 78 63 52 38 1213 1869 1186 899 2173 1330 1628 1602 1639 Republican Primary Election Results Alg. It Ward 104 26 28 101 Alg. 2d Ward.. 142 61 31 175 Alg. 3d Ward 72 25 25 75 Alg. 4h Ward 89 29 22 73 Burt ;.;;-"•*» -«*•-•»- JoW Buffalo 80 19 48 60 Cresco 33 18 6 61 Eagle 46 10 '12 38 E. Lone Rock 15 7 8 14 Lone R. Fen. 20 7 3 24 Fenton 23 34 21 38 German 5 fl 7 7 Grant 56 15 14 54 Greenwood 58 23 50 50 Garfield 21 14 5 41 Harrison 204 40 53 171 Hebron 28 16 15 30 Irvington 30 13 10 3B Ltdyord 55 12 10 71 Lakota 37 28 12 58 Lotts Creek 12 17 11 18 Plum Creek 21 20 13 29 Portland 22 11 18 15 Prairie 5 5 7 5 Ramsey 7 8 10 5 Riverdale 7 7 4 14 Sherman 18 !» 8 IB Seneca 23 10 14 21 Springfield 34 10 14 33 Swca 50 4 21 35 Union 29 24 12 44 Wesley 52 20 47 46 Whittemore 41 45 20 81 LuVerne 52 15 20 52 Sexton 11 0 10 15 Lincoln 10 U 18 Totals 2070 679 649 1728 Will Supervise 2 Playgrounds For Local Kids Playground supervision and fun fur Algona youngsters, of small or large Mature, will begin on Wednesday of this week. Kenneth Mercer will have charge of the playground work, and will operate on a schedule as follows: 9-11 :.'JO a. in. Athletic Park. Thin in for the older children, especially, and will feature held games of a competitive nature. 2-5 p. m. Bryant building especially for younger children, with Miss Naomi Hewitt, to in taking cure of the children in the afternoon. The work will consist chiefly of making clay models, toy boats, airplanes, etc. Tlie schedule will operate six days a week. The .swimming pool will also open the latter part of this week, with free mornings for children scheduled on Tuesday. Thursday and .Saturday. The question or hiring of help was still unsettled in full on Monday. One of the parts of the playground program will be to lake the children down to the pool on tlie free mornings. Corwith Girls In Car That Crashed Ethel and Clara Kehl, Corwilh. lost control of their car while driving near their home Sunday morning and received quite serious injuries when it lauded in u deep ditch along the roadside. Both received severe gashes on their legs which required about ten stitches and also cuts about their faces. Thty are now patients at the (jeii- eral hospital. DICKINSON TAKES STATEWIDE LEAD Has 34,000 Lead At One P. M. Tuesday Afternoon Senator L. J. Dickinson of Algona held a great lead over Wildmm BrooUlmrt, hta «.•!•»• est opponent, according to news lerelved at 1 p. m Tucsdtiy afternoon from DCH Moines over long distance tele phone. Dickinson iiad a total of 72,000 while Brooklmit was trailing with .'{8.000 votes. The other republlcat candidates were dragging along behind Brookhurl and were far out o: the race. Clyde Herring was leading Utter hack throughout the state in Iht democratic primary by a vote •i 1.000 to .'!«,000 at the name time a.' the above report. Wilson WUH leading the rcpub licun candidates for Die nomlnatloi as governor, with George Call am Grimes running together a shor distance behind. Call was malting a surprisingly good race for , i young man without previous cam paign experience. Nels Kraschel seemed to have tin democratic nomination sewed U[ for governor, according to the news 4 Tie in Blind Bogey Tournament In the blind bogey golf touri ainent at the Algona Country Club held Brnday, four were tied foi first place. They are Kugene Mur tugh, M, H. Kalkenliainer, Hoy Me Mahon and A. K. Johnson. Tin scores were Murtagh 42-handicap fi 37-: Falkenhaineer, 49-12-37: Me Mahon, 47-10-37: Johnson, 57-20-37 IKMiH Best light butch , 140-1UO Best light butch., HiO-180 Best light butch., 180-220 Best light butch., 220-250 Med heavy, 250-270 Med. heavy, 270-2110 HIK. Med. heavy, 2ao-:J2fj Ibs. Med. heavy, .'!2r>-:jf)0 Ib.i. Butchers, 350-401) ibs. I'aching sows, .'10U-H2O Packing sows. :j:V)-IOO Packing sows, -loij-.'.oo CATTI.K ('aimers and (litters Fut steers Fat yearlings Bulls Veal calves Stock steers Fat cows Band Concert Thurs. At Swimming Pool The Hi-it band concert of tile ata- .soii will be held Thursday evening ut eight o'clock al lilt- swimming pool. A new bu-iid £>Land ha.s been elected and lighted No. ,'i white corn No. H wilite corn No. 3 mixed No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 white corn No. 2 mixed No. 3 wilite uaU 30 iba. Barley, feed KG US No. 1 No. 2 Cash cream — No. 1 No. 2 .Sweet POliLTKV Cocks, Leghorns ( "ock.,. heavy Hens 4'-. Ibs. and up Hens, under i'v Ibs Leghorn hens Calf und c.ow hides S7.75-H.oi K7!)-HOi !».20-'J.3( 'j.lO-U.2i tt.lMj-U.ui HOII-HIC 8.7'i H.liO . 8. -In M.^.'J K. 10 >2 f,o-,'!.T,u ti.fiO-7.00 U uo-ii.M) 3.. r >iM.r<o fi.fjO-U.fji) .'J.7.V4.&U la Isc 2tic 24c 27c he loc l&c J3c 14c ftc Moulton Edges Ostwin- kle By A Slim Margin M. J. DUFFY POLLS PRIMARY'S LARGEST Kossuth county voters went to he polls Monday and In the process hrew the county in one of the ottest and closest primary elec- ion vote In the history of this ct'tlon. That was most certainly so in the use of the democratic primary; he republican primary developed ito a collection of one-sided races or the most part, both state and ounty. Leading the league with interest wan the contest between Carl Dahl- lauser, incumbent sheriff and can- lidate for reelection, and Casey ,on8, his former deputy. When the moke had cleared away. It showed i box score of 1639 for Loss and 602 for Dahlhauser. Fight From the Start The Loss-Dahlhauser race was a fight 'rom the opening gun, when an Algona precinct gave Loss a nice lead. He carried the margin through Algona, but Dahlhauser'* support began to come In from rural precincts, putting him ahead for a time. The lead changed with every two or three precincts reporting, never more than 15 or 20 votes separating the pair. Another race of equal intensity, und perhaps more surprising in Borne respects, was the fight for nomination on the democratic ticket to the state legislature, with Charles Ostwlnkle, of Algona, glv- tng O«»: Moulton of Ledyard a nip and tuck content all the way. Oat- wlnkle led In Algona. but Moulton's ulrength in strong democratic ru- tal precincts was too great, although Hie final margin was small. Duffy Is Lcud-Off Man Mmirice Duffy, county treasurer, WHS lead-off man for the democrats, Humcilng 2173 votes. His opponent, H. H. Blossom, polled 899, holding Duffy also even in Algona, ml losing by wide margins In the rural precincts. Another surprisingly close racfr on the dcomratic .slate was tlie Mc- Kvoy vs. Klnsey conical. The only feminine candidate on her ticket, however, kept u consistent lead and was never headed. Kinsey polled 1330 vol«-» and Mrs. Mc- lOvoy had KS2H in the final roundup. As there wan no opposition on the democratic ticket for the offices of county recorder, county attorney mill county coroner we did not keep u record of the vote and concede tlie nomination to J. J. Uooley, l^iwrence Winkel and Or. It. A. KVUMS. Hurgri-uvpH (Show* Strength Gilbert Hargreaves, a strong contender two years ago, again demonstrated his strength by downing Inu opponent, A. J. Uerens of Bun- croft, a political newcomer, who oiled U4U, carried two precincts and broke even on another. Unless a contest develops in the Dahl- ImuHcr-Loss outcome which might alter that linal, Loss and Hargreaves will put up a real enthusiastic battle this fall. Arden llovey, former Swca City- an, who recently moved to Algona, carried tlie republican nomination tor county auditor thumbs down, defeating Kd Taylor of Algona by a margin of over three to line. He will be pitted against 1C J Butler, democratic: incumbent, in the fall gcnwil t.'Jrclion. I.'. W IVaibun had no contest in li;r prim .11 y an the republican Candida, • I'll county lica:nnei, and H. B. While and I. con Men lit took nttmination.s in similar fashion for rouiit.v attorney and county cor- uiici on I he i i. ( >. 1' slate. Tire HrarU. I.etlyaid, also wus unopposed on the republican tick- el lui Mate i epi esentative, and will ihcicluic met I hi.> fellow townsman. (it'Olgc Moulton. Ill tile fall linal. li.i Kuhl. uirjppused, look I he noinii.alioii lor i lerli of court. KAV Ml KK.AV UIVNKK OVKK Hl.l 1. Kay Murray. Bulialo Center, ran lar ahead ot Bell in this county, and beemer destined to win tlitt democratic nomination tor congress. although Bell's support from the :>outh half ot the congressional district might overcome the loss ho suffered in the northern section. Kred llilchrist. republican, was unopposed, and will tight it out with the winner of the above contest in the fall. In the same manner, Nary of Spirit Lake, republican, and Gillette, democrat, will oppose each other for the state senate, the post now held by (.jeorge Patterson of Hurt Soil Base Approved The county committee will the approval of the stale office for the soil depleting base for Koasuth Lounty. Notices will be mailed to the individual farmer within the next lew days.

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