OFFICIAL cm PAPIER &igona tippet Be* Jfflomesi HISTORICAL DEPT, LARGEST CIRCULATIOW IN ROSSUJTH Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 80, IJKUi Ton Pages- YOL. :14.—NO. 26 Fun Awaits Crowds at July 4-5th Celebration Bocket Girl Will Be Shot Prom A Qiant Cannon BASEBALL, RACES, FIREWORKS, DANCE Kossuth county's greatest celebration on July Fourth and July Fifth will be held next Saturday and Sunday at the Algona fairgrounds under the auspices of the fair association. Algona will cooperate with other .towns boosting the celebration, by staging a giant parade, starting at noon, Saturday, w th a line of inarch that will include a half doz en bands, and about 75 floats. The parade will wind up at the fairgrounds, and the regular-celebration program will then begin and continue through Saturday afternoon and evening and again on Sunday afternoon and evening. STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT LATE Algonn business places will remain open on Friday evening, to enable la*e shoppers to make purchases. The very '»««»» ? !l £; Ing hour on Saturday will Be noon, and a number of stores will not be open at all on that day, the owners and managers have stated. Those that are open Saturday morning will do soto provide parking places lor visitors coming here for the celebration and parade. Probably the greatest single thril of the celebration will be the appearance here of the world famous Rocket Girl, Miss Bobbie Jeanne Miss Jeanne will be shot from th< mouth of a cannon, and two men standing 60 yards away will attempt to catch her as she falls from the air. The young lady weighs only 90 pounds, but thus far nas never been hurt in performing her It will be recalled that a so-call ed Human Cannonball lost his lit last year when something wen wrong with his cannon during a similar exhibition. aiant Grandstand Program In addition to The Rocket Glr the fair association haa booked th following acts for the grandstan' appearance: Running races, Roman ch "' races. standing races, and nig jumping horses. A pushball game between team mounted on horses, using th world's largest pushball. A troupe of ndagio dancers. The Seven Spies sisters. Petroff's Russian Bears. The Flying Cardovus. Jn the evening, as a climax to tli fun, u llreworUs festival, "Garde of Dreams," will be presented, with the latest novelties in spinners, group displays, bombshells and skyrockets. Four Baseball G wiles On Saturday, the Algonu Grays, twice victors over Forest City s Collegians, last year's state semipro champions, und the newly reorganized Bancroft Lions, will play a baseball game, and a second contest, probably a junior league game, is being arranged. T On Sunday two other baseball games are booked with Lotts Creek playing Wesley, and Tltonka meeting Fenton. The fair association also calls attention to the midway and the dancing pavilion. A 13-piece swing band will play in the latter. Bancroft Junior Team Wins County Title; Swea City Second P. O. Closes July 4 The Algona poatoffice will be closed Saturday, July 4th, except for a half hour between nine-thirty a. m. and ten a. m. when the general delivery window will be open for patrons to get their mail. There will be no city or rural deliveries but all incoming and outgoing mull will be dispatched as usual. CITY PEDDLER'S ORDINANCE HAS COUNCIL AIRING City Attorney Says Not Legal; Sponsors Cite Other Cities Janvrin Demo Choice For Auditor; Harrington Co. G. 0. P. Chairman Brothers Joined After 28 Years Pictured above Is the championship Bancroft junior American Legion team, coached by G. E. Cage, which won the county title, and will now meet other county champions in district eliminations. District winners will go to the state meet, and the state winner to the national one. In the picture, back row, left to right: G. E. Cage, coach; Lee Larson, Wm. Welp. Ed Lindsey, Clarence Riddle, Joe Saunders, Don Godfredson, Marvin Ackerson, Kermit Jenks and Harold Weiske. Front row, left to right: Laurence Walsh. Harold Geronsin. James Menke, Norman Kohnke, Frances Menke, Ver'non Holllster and Joseph Murray. Swea City's junior team took second place, losing to Bancroft by a score of 9 to 3, In the best game of the tournament. The boys, pictured above, back row, left to right, are: H. M. Pohlman, coach; Wesley Patterson, Laurence Mogenson, Melvin Krumm, Howard Ortmeyer, Harold Mitchell, Alvin Richardson and G."B. Pearson, manager. Front row, left to right: Ellis Pehrson, Keith Griffith. Lem Reed, Jim Vigdahl and Wally Spelch- er. Earl Berg is not in the picture. (Algona Upper Des Moines photo). Dickinson Spent . $4,6^9.09 k in His Successful Fight Senator L. J. Dickinson, who was renominated for the senate by the republicans, reported an expense of $1,649.01'. Of this amoufit $1.363 was contributed by friends, as follows: Cowles brothers, $500, Wm. Cochrnn, $200; Frank Pope. *2,',0; Sterling Norton, $100; Dickinson- for-Senutor club, $243.50; Carl Mankc, $20 and R. E. Wine, $50. The senator's largest expenditure was $1352.67 for advertising, and stationery. Magazine and ncwr,- paper advertising cost him $1,023.2:'.. Asks $3,650 From Humboldt Officials Damages of $3,650 from the Humboldt county supervisors is being asked In a lawsuit brought to Kossuth county district court, under * change of venue from Humboldt county, by D. W. Bates, as receiver for the State Rolfe, Iowa. Savings Bank of The plaintiff claims that gravel wns removed from property on which the defunct bank held a note for $5500, and that the sum total of loss to the property as a result of this alleged unlawful removal amounts to the $3,650 damages asked. Named specifically in the charge are Supervisors O. J- Olson, C. A. Underberg, Lewis Saverude, Henry Sawyer and W. S. Hansen. and County Auditor O. H. Johnson of Humboldt county. Rewrites Of News From Last Friday'i Kossuth County Advance NEW PARKING ON STATE ST. PASSES Chief discussion of the city council meeting, held last Thursday, other than the handling of 'routine matters, pertained to the possibility of adopting an ordinance regulating the solicitation of out-of- town peddlers In Algona. Will F. Brown, local photographer, through his attorney, P. A. Danson, requested that the council take some action to eithe-r regulate or prohibit the outsiders from coming Into Algona and peddling picture coupons. Jesse L. Bonar, city attorney, declared that he believed such an ordinance would be unconstitutional. Cites Other Cities Danson and Brown, however, contend that if other cities such as Spencer can have municipal regulations requiring these outside peddlers to pay daily license fees to .canvass, a similar ordinance can be adopted here. Many Iowa cities, they contend, regulate these peddlers. In some cases, it was also pointed out, it is necessary for out-of-town peddlers to obtain the consent of the city council to make a house to house canvass, and us the council only meets once a month or so, the peddlers are unable to wait around to get permission. Mr. Brown, In an effort to get the measure into effect, made a canvass of representative business men, and reports that an Ordinance not only covering photographers from outside, but all other lines of house-to-house peddling, would meet with general acceptance and even applause. And in the meanwhile it seems that nothing will be done. New Parking Adopted Another measure of importance that did successfully pass, was the adoption of a measure to require 45 degree angle parking (diagonal) aftt 1 .' the new paving on State street is completed. This will mean an end to the double and triple parking on State street. It was understood that officers will be. instructed to supervise the street, and Instruct motorists whenever possible in the new parking system. No intention is contemplated of being severe with those not aware of the change, but to conduct a system of educating drivers to observe the new way of parking. Many papt'/s regarding the paving were also signed, to comply with PWA rules and regulations. Two brothers, one of them, of Algona, were reunited after a separation of 28 years, through the efforts of the Duluth, Minn. Family Welfare Society, according to a recent news story in the Duluth Herald & News Tribune, sent us by Lloyd Gustafson of the newspaper. The two brothers, William and Enoch Fors, left to right in the above picture, are natives of Superior, Wis. Enoch is living here. In addition, the whereabouts of another brother, Verner, wns learned. He is at Markham, Washington. The reunion of the brothers climaxed more than a year's wtorlc of tracing former neighbors of the family in Superior, nnd court records. Enoch is a teacher. Republicans Name 13 Del egates to the State Convention COMBINE EFFORTS FOR FALL DRIVE Will Speak Here FIVELEDYARD INJURED WHEN Sun Reflects From Wind shield in Driver's Eyes A TRAILER full of eggs scrambled nicely when a truck with 400 cases of tile hen fruit left the paving nine miles east of Algona, Tuesday afternoon when a car driven by Henry Mortellara of South Dak(,!.a hit the front wheels of the truck in passing. The truck, owned by C. C. Harrah, was on its way to Chicago. Mr. Harnh filed u suit in district court here ugalnst the South Dakotans asking $2,000 damages. You can believe it or not, but the truck and trailer seemed to have got the worst of the accident. • • • Al.GONA VFW delegates made a great showing at Boone, when the Algonu Military Band appeared with the Algona delegation in the line of march during the parade held this past week end. SUPERVISORS MORRIS, Donald, Cosgrove, Balgeman HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 ... $8.50-8.90 Best light butch., 160-180 .. 9.40-9.50 Beat light butch., 180-220 .... 9.80-9.90 Best light butch., 220-250 9.80 Med. heavy, 250-270 9.60 Med heavy, 270-290 Ibs 9.50 Med. heavy, 290-325 Ibs 9.30 Med. heavy, 325-350 Ibs 9.20 Butchers, 350-400 Ibs 8.75 Packing sows, 350-400 8.30 Packing sows, 400-500 8.00 C'ATTLE Canncrs and cutters $2.50-3.00 Fat cows 3.50-4.00 Fat yearlings 6.00-6.50 Fat steers 8-50-7.00 Bulls 3.00-4.75 Veal calves &M 'l^ Stock steers 5.50-6.50 OBAIN No. 2 white corn J-62 No. 2 yellow corn 54 No. 3 white oats -24 EGG» NO. 1 « c No. 2 16c Qun cream— No. 1 No. 2 Sweet POULTRY Cocks, Leghorns Cocks, heavy Hens, I'/i Ibs. and up Hens, under 4Vi Ibs Leghorn hens Calf and cow hides Ducks G«e*e Springs, over 3 Ibs. ... Spring, under 3 Ibs We Leghorn springs ... 31c ..29c 32c .... 8c ,.10c . 15c ..13c . 13c .... 4c 8-6c .4-3c Supervisor Fined on Traffic Count Frank Balgeman, Whittemore, was fined $5 by Mayor Carl Specht, Friday morning in the mayor's court here, on a charge of reckless driving. Patrolman H. R. Valentine gave Bulgemun a ticket, Thursday night, when the latter drove into State street by the Kent Motor Co. and out onto the grading for the new paving. Balgeman said he did not re.tliiu until too late that he was on the gruding. He intended 'o drive down to '.he Swift corner, where the cur of another man, one of ttfree others with him at the time, was parked, he told the court. No damage was done to the grading, however. 4 Pioneer Swea Families, Reunion Swea City: A family reunion of the pioneer families, known as the Anderson, Johnson, fewanson, Samuelson clan, met at Interlaken Park on Friday afternoon with 120 descendants of this group of pioneers in attendance. Mrs. Anna, Larson was named chairman to compile a history dating back to ancestors in Sweden, from whence came this group of pioneers. This picnic is now an annual and yearly increasing in membership. Mc- and Baum attended a three-day session of county officers at Waterloo, last week. County Engineer Smith, Treasurer Duffy and Recorder Dooley were also attending. « * » 100 ATTENDED a Dutton family reunion, at the fairgrounds. W. A. Dutton of Algona was elected president, and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Irvington. vice president. Other family reunions held in this section during the past week: Miner family, 70 present, at Clear Lake, Iowa, I'otratz reunion, Sumner, Iowa. Hoosier Picnic, Burl, Iowa. Huyenga-Voight reunion at Redwood Falls. Minn. Holt family reunion, Lake Okoboji. • • • TUB O. B. LAINGS and Burdette Agards will leave soon for a trip to the west coast, of three or four weeks. They will include Glacier and Yellowstone parks. • • • OLD AGE PENSION taxes become delinquent, July 1, and final notice to that effect is given by the county treasurer's office. Irvington Boy in Bus Trip to Two Expositions, Home Irvington: Donald Frankl recently returned from Seattle, Washington, where he attended college the past year. He made the entire trip by bus, stopping at several places of interest. At San Francisco, he visted Ray Watson and sons, formerly of Irvington. Then he stopped at Hollywood und Pusadena to visit other friends, and on to San Diego, Cal- iforniu, for a few days at the Exposition now in progress there. He and a college chum from there drove down into Old Mexico, which was a very interesting trip. Then taking the Greyhound bus, he left for Dallas, Texas, where he spent some time at the Cenntenial Exposition there. Donald reports u very interesting trip—and also states that Iowa looks plenty good—after traveling through some of the drought-stricken areas of the south and west. County republicans assembled on Saturday morning in the Algonn Legion hnll. "viewed with alarm," selected delegates to the state convention and the judicial conventions of both state and district, nnd effected a permanent organization for the next political span, adjourning shortly before one o'clock after transacting all business of the scs sion. Robert Harrington, young Algona lawyer, was named permanent chairman of the party in the county, succeeding G. D. Shumway. Mrs. Howard French of Titonka was named county chairwoman. Rev. Wood Preside* Opening the meeting, a temporary set of officers was elected, with Rev. Allen Wood of Good Hope church being named temporary chairman, and Mart Weaver, temporary secretary of the convention. Delegates to the state convention of the party are as follows: L. J. Dickinson. Algona; George Patterson, Hurt; Wm. Higglns. Jr.. Whit- emorc; Philip Wander, Fenton: Q J. F. Vogel. Burt: D. C. Hutchson, R. J. Harrington. Lclghton Misbach, G. D. Shumway, Algona; L l. O. Chambers, LuVcrne; G. B. 'earson. Swea City, and Hugh Rancy, Irvington. Alternates are Jack Zcrbe, Wes- ey Mrs. Aaron Steussy, LuVernc; Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe and Mrs. Mayme Peterson, Titonka,; Irving Slems, Whittemore; Mrs. Luella Baker, Algona; P. J. Hciken, Swea City; and George Nyraan, Bancroft. Others on Commlttwa Other committee posts, in some cases temporary, others permanent went to G. W. Stillmnn, Algona; Bertha French, Algona; P. A. Danson, Algona; John Dltsworth, D. A. Carpenter, B. F. Edwards, N. L. Cotton, John Kohlwes, D. C. Hutchison, D. E. Dewcl, Alma Nelson: Edith Overmyer, F. L. Pratt, Harold Clayton, A. J. Christcnsen, Harriet Warburton, J. M. Blacnhard, Frank Clapsaddle, Fred Anderson, Frank G-elgel, H. B. White, Chris Brandt, K. A. Thompson, George Hackman, K. G. Ewoldt. J. H. Welfare, Jess Lindebnk, John Trumbull, Douglas Wildin, O. L. Thorc- son H. E. Woodward, Frank Balgeman, L. C. Gast, Ole K. Flom, R. J. Fox and D. A. Jenson. Senator Cliff Titus of Missouri, above, will speak at a republican volunteer rally to be held Wednesday evening In the court house nt 8 o'clock. County Chairman-Elect Robt. Harrington stated Monday. Auditor Candidate Bancroft Man Winner for Vacant Post by Small Margin Lodyard: Five people were injur cd in an automobile accident tha occurred Friday morning, bctweei 10 and 11 o'clock on a road north of Ledynrd, near the place of Mrs. Mary 1'oppe. The injured: I'. W. Recce, cut on forehead requiring three stitches, and back wrenched. Mrs. Om. Poppc, chest bruised, kidney torn loose. Glen lieece, head injured. Delton Poppe, tooth knocked out (baby), cut on and lip cut. Dennis Poppe nose and mouth. A. W. Sigsbee Dies! Funeral Thurs. P. M. A. W Sigsbee, 84, died Monday evening at 6:45 at his home on South Minnesota. He had been ill for some time with cancer of the stomach, and had been bedfast two weeks. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 from the M. E. church. Fotratz Reunion Whittemore:'The Albert Potratz family attended a Potratz reunion at Sumner last week Sunday in the town park. A picnic dinner was served at noon. There were 164 persons who attended and the Potratz family returned home the same evening. Mrs. Geo. Boevers Fractures Ankle Union: Mrs. George Boevers fell down the back stairway of her home Sunday breaking her ankle. Dr. Bourne wus called and removed his patient to the Kossuth hospital, where she remained Sunday night. Donald Boevers was not at home having gone to southern Iowa on u business mission. Alice Will is taking charge of the house work during Mrs. Boevers' convalescence. At the point where the accident occurred, there ure a series of three hills. The car driven by Mrs. Wm. Poppe wus cnroute south to Ledyard, and the Reece machine, driven by Glen Rcece, wns going north. The sun, shining on Mrs. Poppe's windshield, wus reflected back into the Reece car, blinding Glen. Both cars collided, injuring the occu-| pants. In Mrs. Poppe's car were the three children, Maurine. Delton and Baby Dennis. Glen Reece and his father, P. W. Reece, were in the other machine. Maurine was bruised some, but otherwise unharmed. The Poppe machine, although damaged, was able to run, and the injured were taken to Ledyard to Dr. Sommers. None of the injured hud to be taken to a hospital. Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser and Highway Patrolman Benedict made un investigation after receiving u report of the accident but declared the mishap one of those highway accidents wherein neither party wus driving in any way but safely, and yet circumstances brought about the collision. Swea City Men Tell New Kind of Fish Story Swea City: A fishing trip with all the thrilis and excitement of the 1936 history making events, was experienced by four fishermen of Swea City: John S. Nelson. John K Anderson, M. Herhow and Marvin Roalson. They left Swea City on Thursday, June 18, in Marvin Roulson's 1934 Master Chevrolet, arriving at Benu, Minn., a distance of 395 miles, near Lake Winnebigoshish, where they planned to make camp. On Friduy the car was discovered missing. Authorities wero notified and u search for the missing car was of no avail. The fishing party called E. R. Hedges of the E. & H. Chevrolet garage to come up and get them. In the mean time the stolen car wus found near Deer Hiver, Minn., absolutely stripped of everything that could possibly be removed. The (ar was towed home behind the Hedges cur and the party arrived safe and sound on Tuesday with their limit of wall-eyes. The cur was insured. C. R. Janvrin, above, was nominated by the democrats as candidate for county auditor, replacing E. J. Butler, who resigned his nomination last week. Mads Christiansen Reflected Director Iowa State Bram Mmls 1'. Christiansen, manager o the Algona Creamery, was rcolcctc to the board of directors of th Jowa State Brand Creameries, las Thursday, at the annual meeting a Mason City. A crowd of about 2,000 was 01 hand, and heard the annual report which showed that a half millioi more pounds of butter wer handled in the past year by th organization. H. A. liartlett of Manly was named to succeed Mr. Christiansen as president, Charles B. Thatcher of West Bend was reelected vice president. Whittemore creamery was third in the cri'iim judging contest conducted ut the picnic. Frank Schoby, Algona, tied for third place in tile individual cream judging- contest. Postoffice Bids L. E. Linnan, recently returned from, the national democratic convention, brought buck word that bids will soon be called for, for the third time, on the Algona post- office. Wandering Geese Armstrong: A woman in this vicinity put four little geese out on the grass, Friday. June 19. In the evening they were gone. Exactly a week later ;;he found that a neighbor a mile away had found the four little goslins walking on the gravel road in front of their place. Kossuth Woman Goes to Canada Funeral; Now Barred from U. S. Rose C. Schoby, wife of Fred Schoby, farmer living west of town, is virtually a woman without a country. At the death of her mother, Mrs. Schoby recently went to Edmonton. Alberta, Canada, to attend the funeral. When she wished to cross the line to return to he'r home. Canadian officials refused to grant her permission to reenter the United States. Mrs. Schoby was born in Canada, and when a child of rive or six came to the United States with her sister, by railway. In some way they were permitted to enter this country without being questioned. She has lived most of her life in Iowa, settling nist near Hartley, and later working in Estherville, and Algona. When Mr. and Mrs. Schoby were married, the minister made the error of telling her that she automatically became a citizen because of her marriage to a citizen. This law was annuled September 22, 1932, and was not in effect at that time. Now in order to retirrn, she must secure a visa from the American consulate in order to be able to establish a permanent legal residence. Attorneys H. B. White and Maurice McMahou are funxiihiog the necessary affidavits and legal papers to enable her to return to her husband and three child'ren. Rotarians Honor Old, New Leader Kotarians Monday noon honored their retiring president. Ralph Miller, und hailed their new one, K. D. James, at the annual change of officers of the club. Miller received a past president's token, and James that of u president. Mart Weaver, W. C. Dewel. Dr. Joseph Edge, K. D. James und Eugene Murtugh spoke on five different subjects, in an informal discussion that furnished the program of the meeting. LINNAN REELECTED COUNTY CHAIRMAN Clarence H. Janvrin. Bancroft, statisticmn in the corn-hog, and now in the soil conservation office, Algona, was elected by the democrats nt their county convention, Saturday, to carry the party banner in the fall general election, as a candidate for the office of Kossuth county auditor. Janvrin. who was defeated in the democratic primary by E. J. Butler, was successful in getting the nomination by a close margin, downing Mrs. Lylc McEnroe Pugh by a vote of 551, to 48".,. Butler will not run. having handed in his affidavit of vacancy after winning the nomination, to accept a position In private business. Committee* Named C B. Murtagh was appointed chairman of the meeting, and Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes of Algona was r.nmed secretary for the meeting. At the election of permanent county organization for the next two years. Luke Linnan was reel- cot county chairman, Mrs. Frances Jradley of Bancroft WHS named hnirwomnn, and James Geelan of iVhittemorc, was elctcd sccretary- rcasurcr. The resolutions committee report was pivpared by L. A. Wlnkel, J. L Bonar and M. C. McMahon. The nominating committee which elected 44 county delegates to the late convention consisted of L. A. Vlnkel, Guy Butts of Wesley, W. A. Murray of Bancroft, K W. Fults of Swea City, and James Geelan ot Whtttcmore. The state judicial committee to pick delegates to that convention, consisted of J. L. Bonar, E. R. Worley of Lakota, Alex Bonstet- ter of Garfleld, J. W. Bolltg of Seneca and Frank Weber, of Irvington. The district judicial convention delegates were selected by J- H Sheridan of Bancroft, H. J. Sherman of Wesley. J. S. Cullen of Whlttemore, Fred Boyken of Buffalo, and L. A. Haglund of Swea City. No Internal Dissension Although the quest of the nomination .'or county auditor proved to l>c close, there was no evidence of dissension within democratic ranks, and the announcement of Janvrin H victory was greeted with applause by all factions. The name of Janvrin wns placed in nomination by Art Murray of Bancroft, und that of Mrs. I'ugh. by James Gucliin of Whittemore Votes in Algona precincts, some nearby, and Whittemore, formed llu; backbone of Mrs. Hugh's support, while Janvrin rolled up his majority in the more outlying precincts, and Lotts Creek rtntl Bancroft were unanimous for him. Linnan, reflected as county chairman, was absent as he was attending the national democratic convention. Algona Knights of Columbus Installed Installation of officers of the Al- gonu Council No. 952, Knights of Columbus, wus held last Wednesday evening at the local hull, with District Deputy Lawrence D. Brennan of Enunetsburg in charge. New officers elected for the coming year ure C. H. Ostwinkle, IJrand Knight; Thonrms McMahon, Deputy Grund Knight; Hoy Kleinpeter, Chancellor; Edward Zender, Recorder; L. A. Winkel. Financial Secretary; Rev. T. J. Davern, Chaplain; Win, T. Daughan, Treasurer; Edward Loebig, Lecturer; E. M. Olson, Advocate; Leslie McEnroe, Warden; Emmet Hegarty. Inside Guard; Wm. B. Daughan. Outside Guard; Joseph Btstenlehner, Trustee. Elected to attend the state convention ut Des Moines as delegates were C. H. Ostwinkle and F. C. Zender. witti Jos. lic&lenlehner and Wm. T. Duughan as alternates. Dynamite Cap Is Fired By Mistake LuVerne; Merle Eggleston. son of the C. & N. W. depot agent here, narrowly escaped a serious accident last week Tuesday. He had collected some wire and was burning off the insulation. One piece had a dynamite cap on the end of it and the lad was unaware of what it was. He was holding the wire with a pair of pliers and in some way, either by pressure or heat, caused the cap to explode. As u result he has several bandaged fingers with some burns on his chest und face and is a lucky boy at that. Miller Gives Fine Sunday Radio Talk H. W. Miller, Algona attorney, delivered a powerful and praiseworthy radio address. Sunday afternoon, over WHO, Des Moines. on the "Iowa Speaks" radio program, which Sunday featured Algona und Kossuth county. C. B. Murtagh Made College Trustee C. 15. Muitagh of Algona. .-late comptroller, wus lust week i lei-ted a. trustee of Huriiu Vi.sta ('olle^e at Sturm l^ike Dr. Walter A. Su v- ciisoii. who lias been campaign di- icctur for tile college expansion Jrivc, wus honored by bi-iiiK elected Ylui: ijrci,idelH at ;i icct-iit meeting Dr. K. \V. Stiinsiui of lliu First i'rusl.-ytcri'Ui (.liuiih of yioux (.'itv •tnd Iti. F. L. (Jtbsoii of LaiicMiiu 1'resbytt-rian church of Storm Kako ure newly elected directors uf the college, which is a Presbyterian 111- stituiton IJK.MO ATTENDANCE FILMS C'Ol'RT ROCm The court room seats were all tiikcn, with delegates from 28 of the .'16 precincts In attendance. There were 104 delegates, out of a possible 128. C. B. Murtagh. In a talk before adjournment, pointed out that in Kossuth county in 1924, there were 181*0 democratic primary votes cast, and 4260 republican primary votes. In 1U36, the demo- cruotic primary vote wus 3241, and the republican 2531. A Mrs. Stocking and a Mr. Heel Lu Verne: An udd coincidence of nuiiieh \vtu> brought to light lust week in u chu^ with Mrs Chris Stocking, t'restou, III., who U u house gufcbt ut the H. C'. Allen home. Mr*. !>tucking hus 0111* daughter, who married u Mr. HccL Mrs. Stocking's aisttr •» name i.i Mrs. Allen, Uie iiiuno of i briuid of hosiery. Mrs. John G. Smith Dies in California. Mrs. Hortense Ferguson received word Monday of the death of her aunt, Mrs. John G. Smith, on June 24, at her home in Santa Monica, California. Deuth was due to heart trouble. She wus found dead in her chair where she had been sewing. Funeral services were held on Sunday and burial made in Santa Monica. Funeral Cervices were held Hunduy anil burial made in Santa Monica. Mrs. Smith's husband was ii well known Algonia pioneer and brother of the lute Lewis H. Smith. Leslie Appointment Confirmed at Lakota Cuiilirmiitiim of the appointment uf Walter J. Leslie us postmaster at LuUota was confirmed by the .'jcn.tU recently Carroll Dispute Flaring Again A restraining order was signed by Judge F. <.'. Davidson, here on .Juiu- '.i5, to prevent Ralph Carroll of Seneca, from in any way disposing of two promissory notes, payable for $250. Mr.s Jennie Carrol], mother of Ralph, gave her son the notes recently when the differences between them were ironed out. and now Mrs. Carroll slates that her .son is about to sell, transfer, or otherwise dispose of the same. Mrs. Chapman Wins Mrs. Irviu Chapman, I.uVerne< wins the $1 bonus prize for u short feature story reprinted elsewhere, regarding visitors in her neighborhood und the coincidence of names. Next week some correspondent will get another il for the best feature received.
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