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   Rock Rapids Reporter (Newspaper) - September 27, 1928, Rock Rapids, Iowa                                JUST CALL 35 When you have some Just call We are interested In what you and what hap pens to you and Make it a habit Call every L Lyon Countys FIRST If You Dont Read It Regularly Youre Not Well Informed ROCK RAPIDS REPORTER LOCAL ADS Whan you have a when yon have lost or have something for try a local advertisement In The Re They Pay A Trial Convinces I j Volume XLVI Rock September 1928 Number 39 Weather Man Hurts Inwood Fall Festival Political Discussion Draws Crowd Campbell and Diamond Speak Frigid weather hurt InwoodV fall Backers of the Tuesday show did their work well but with tbe ther mometer hovering nt the 50 mark dur ing the nnd lower ut folks kept to their homes rather than to the Business men and members of the American Legion sponsored thp and expect to do no better than balance expenses and Campbell Speaks in Afternoon State Senator Campbell Battle was the big drawing card for the afternoon Sen ator who the republican candidate for United States congress from the Eleventh made his first political speech of the campaign at and for nearly two hours held a big as ho went into some of the phnsvs of the present pres idential Senator admittedly one of the best friends of the farmer in came out whole heartedly for Herbert He told of Hoovers nince he came into be public of which has been in the interests of the farm He told of his intercessions with asking Unit the chief executive permit the Haugen bill to become a even without his if in order that the farmer might have every advantage in his battle for He cited facts and figures to Know that Hoover is the big man in public life and the best man for the Mado Fine Impression Observers say Campbell had liis lis teners with and he made n splendid impression on and won many votes for the republican cause which he Senator Campbell had been slated for a non polltical speech at this but demo ocratlc speaker the the bars were and Campbell was given his choice of Diamond Boosts Smith Attorney Diamond of Shel don defended the democratic cause in a longwinded discourse Tuesday even who was a dele gate to the national democratic con vention at was handicapped by an open air but even George Man Files as Independent for Office of County Sheriff Theres independent indepen dent Independent iudependent cbautauqnn and independent but in Lyon county theres mighty few independent candidates for One of them did bob up this and hell make the race for the office of sheriff this Ills name is and he makes his home at Ahrens is a and he had expected to have his name on the bal lots this certified direct from the democratic county How a ruling made by the attorney general of the held that demo crats who did not enter the and receive ten per cent of the vote were deprived of the privilege of having their names under the demo cratic when November elections were in There was but one course independent and the George man hus taken advantage of In tlmt column he will oppose George present who will be up for reelection on the re publican Sisterman Is Director Drive for Members and for Funds for Relief Work to Start 6 Hock Rapids has been named the 1028 Red Cross call Members of the ex ecutive committee of the Lyon county chapter of the organization were in xesvlon mimed Slstenniiii director of the annual drive for mem discussed plans for drive and for another to be made at tbe same to raise funds for the sufferers in South Florida and Porto where Wind and water did so much damage The drive for members and for funds for the destitute in this and Porto is to start October ac Lions Lose to Sioux Falls On Saturday Opponents Held Scoreless in Second and Third Quarters Win 250 The Rock Rnpids high school football team got its first real taste of tough going Saturday when It met the Ington high team at Sioux Falls on its home The lost the to but hobbled home happy that they had been able to hold the heavy and hard charging South Da kota outfit to bitch a small In the opening Rock Rnpids followed defensive nnd that very thing may have been the cause of the score that was counted against On their first Douglas the Lion booted the continued that practice throughout the but so much ground was lost that the Sioux wero able to score two touchdowns when they found wide holes In the Rock Rapids Hold Sioux Kveu In the second tbe Lions back holding the bull when they and as a result played their opponentsoff their Tbe third period was also but in the last fresh men sent into the Hloux Fulls nnd In to the Lion and two more scores were mnde by be Washington A brief summary of the game appeared in the Sioux Falls Argus Litider is The Details of Hie Games A veteran ways the the of was the main strength of the visiting Captain Schmidt nnd the caused the Sionx backs a lot of with lend ing brilliant tc Sioux Falls offtackle Dong n hard made most of Rock Rapids gnins and did the Rock played a purely defen sive game In the first quarter and prof ited little for Slour Falls crashed M The Campaign for Votes Is Open M First Frost and Last Rose Have a Meeting Sunday Nite No Damage Peacock Makes Final Payment to Depositors in State Bank at Harris Thermometer Drops to 29 as Clouds Clear Daytime Readings Drop Twiis the bust rose of and it received its official nipping on Sun day September Government gauges in northwest and the 1eaeoek was at Harris Fri day and distributed dividend cheeks to the depositors In the closed Harris State of which he bus served as one here in descended to These checks completed 2l on and those who the to tbe depositorsevery one of whom revived every dollar of arose with the svni he following morn frost covered On sun tbe dny of the weather week which j dosed on the thermometer again fell to but Ihe night was and no frost was detected the following the roll caUstarts JJovember ii and closes on Thanksgiving but this year directors decided fx start on an earlier thereby kill two birds with one for week X K executive chairman of the Lyon received a com munication from Central Division of j the Red asking for f the This money must br Members for the chapter must be and members of the executive committee believe that both tors kicked on the first down when the bull was in their and lost so much ground on two exchanges that the Sioux had the leather on their yard On the first piny from Continued on Page it arctic breezes failed to cramp bis and for more than an hour lc llt thc flayed the Diamond as At Monday meeting it was decld Meet at Cherokee tinmoney which they Iind on deposit in that concern when It closed Its And in addition to Hit 1OO per cent payment to Hie Kx nniier 1eacock lias a balance on bund that will be returned to the stockhold and Ross Celebrate Their Wedding Anniversary and August Ross cele brated their wedding anniversary at heir borne in tills city on Monday of tills Their and rel atives who make their home here nnd nt were guests In the Ross home that and assisted In the obser and Ross were married In SiouxCity on September maiden name was Emma hud been making her homo with her iu and Ross had been engaged In business In The following yeur they came to Little wliero BOSK entered tbe mercantile In which ho wusenpnged fdr ninny August Klee and Ixi gnn and of arrived Saturday and nnd lloburt Ross and mul Hamilton and arrived Suu duy from their home In for tbe Other guests were and Hugo Ross of this mul and Rosw of The of town guests departed for their homes on County Road Markers Here Will be Erected on Five of Lyons Secondary High ways this Fall secondary roads ure to be Signs for this bearing There tire two schools thought jcrs and who were culled among Lyon One holds that to pay stock assessments at the this light as U did the corn of Ihe a lol of The other school holds addition to his duties re Unit it hard and of Ihe Harris 1en tbere will have to IMu is in ehnrgp of tbe Hawurdeu white before the drying up pro1 slate which closed morn than cess can be commenced Iu Take your own but Its certain tlmt whatever this frost didnt sailed those long de posed officials who participated in the Tea Pot Dome and many ed to to Central Division at taking the money from chapter and attempt to raise the re I Local Church People Leave Tuesday Assignments Will be Made connected with the republican j whpn almost in the same breath js Already a number of donations have been re ceived for the disaster and j annual meeting of the praised the members of the party to which he has always shown Diamond received little that may be due to the fact that most folks kept their hands in their pock ets fearing frost no matter how fiercely their ardor for the demo cratic speaker nnd big candidate surged within Former Rock Rapids Pastor Leaves Pulpit for Post at Morningside Sioux City papers this week carried thc announcement of tbe resignation of Bushnell Of as pastor of the First Methodist church in order that he might become field wecretury for Morningside col lege at Slonx In this work he will succeed the late Mc Bnshnell obtained his bachelor of arts degree at Upper Iowa He holds n de gree from Boston He is a former superintendent of the district of the Northwest Iowa Methodist Announcement of the appointment of Bushnell was made Monday by Frank president of Morningside Mossman said the college Is very fortunate in obtaining Bushnells The new field secretary is the fa iber of two Morningside college alum Miss Alice Bushnell and H Busnnell a number of Bushnell Ids family made their homes in s during the time the for waji H pastor of the Methodlrt CKMCtub a freshman stu f Ittorninsstde Sioux her and she has been Daytime temperatures slumped stead ily all during the past On the the thennonietir WIIH at It commenced downward trip that same and on the day of the week was fit the night time temperatures were highest on the first and lowest on the Tn less Iiidinn calls a looks fts if northwcM lown was beaded directly for There wu n truer if molKturi dur ing the I lie the govern ment gtiuge slunvlng of an inch of The for the week were u year and the affaire of that Institution are being closed up as rap idly as On account the letters designating these nilhor than the iiiimbeiso common to pri mary were received here last and are to be erected just as quickly as county workmen can do the Members of tint board of and County Kngliienr Fuller purehascd I huso signs lust at a letting held in Hloux and In tbiv shipment 110 road S2 turn 24 railroad crossing signs 17B The layout will cost the county slight ly more than Mctbodisls from fill over northwest Iowa ami are In con vention In Ilierokee week for tbe when the general public Is asked In do their the total thould be quick ly Director Sisterman is now plaiw for the roll In the drive system will be much the siiine as it wiis n year Resident direc tors will IKS appointed In every town in the aud they will be asked to draft enough assistants to make the necessary In the rural dis some pcron in each township will be nsked to assist in the anil If there Is the job can be completed In n 61 Iowa Hock is rep made Former Resident Dies Saturday at Minneapolis Buried Here Yesterday Michael for many years a well known and highly respected resident of this was burled In Holy Xante cemetery hero yester Services the grave were in charge of Father Thonius Dul Itird of Holy Name church of which McKeiina was a member for many More than a year McKcona left the where he bad lived for many southwest of this and moved with bis daughters to this city and for a time made bis home Later he moved to and since that time has made bio borne in that McKenua was in ill health lefora leaving Rock and he failed noticeably until his which took place Michael McKenim wus born at on May AVhen a young he married and came to Lyon and made his homehere for more than a quarter of a McKenna died several years and over a year McKenna dis posed of his interests and moved to making his home with bis Be is survived by five Anne and and n who lives at A also resented ut tills meeting by Hurry pact or of the local and by MNs Mry mid Yijspen and and Tbe meetings an belifg held In the Methodist in the church whoso n former Rock Rapids pas resigned this In order that might servo as field secretary for Morningside college at Sioux This church has a capacity of Bushnell und Arru srnlth of superintendent of tbe Sheldon are In charge of the programs at this and lo cal churchmen expressed the opinion before leaving for Cherokee that Arrasmith would probably he offered the pastorate at before this conference In thc closing pensions of the con assignment of pastors In northwest for tbe coming will be It Is expected that Burns will again be assigned to Rock Date High Low 72 September 20 fiK September 21 5 September 22 11 41 September 20 September 24 fin 41 Scptemlxr 25 Release Man Accused of Arson Must Report to Le Mars Authorities George Van der Mars arrested a week ago on a bench war Mini Issued after the grand jury made Its report two weeks wus returned to bis home ywterduy by Hheriff George and given his lllierty without pending bis ifl Van der Hazel and his who payments will not rutt as high as was cart In f ho Harris depositors will get a good share of their when lie flnul settlement Is Judge Hears Bank Cases Will Give Vacation Deci sions in Little Rock and Doon Receiverships Judge lien Hiiller of was here Friday und and beard evi dence In two suits in wbieli An receiver of banks In the state of is Both those suits Creamery to Operate Next Week New Plant Ready for Opera tion Manager Reports as Patrons are Pledged Barring unforeseen the Rock Rapids Cooperative concern made possible by the joint of farmers In this am business men of Rock will be ready for business next Air the necessary machinery has arrived and lias been and Manager Thomsen expects to start lite cream collectors nt work on When they deliver their first cream thc big churn will be put In operation the plant will start on its A Big Investment The new which is modern Itt every represents an Investment of practically Part of this money ban already been rest will be taken from a fund which Will be raised from a one cent assessment which will be made against every jMiiind of butter taken Into the From this fund all obligations will then profits will go to the customers who sell their cream to he local to who are directly concerned with the operation of tbe for according to the by no one but a creamproducer can have a jiart in the conduct of the Use a Big Churn The big churn in the new plant has i capacity of from 1200 to 1500 nd while Manager Thomsen does not to huve It filled to capacity on he first day of he does be tlmt will be turning out n lot if excellent butter before many weeks iave A number of cream rs huve been and these ill have routes laid some of them ixpoctlng to swvo as high as 60 cust Sufficient cream has bcein pledged to Insure the success of the and directors believe thut will not bo long before qwy were commenced to enforc tion of stock ufeXe lie collec ii gainst stockholders In county and in both the defendants or advanced iirgiinmntH showing why they should not be forced to these In the of the Farmers Bnnk of and more particularly Matt ntnl Mury Fa ncy were In the second of the tlie Security Savings bank of Little is given us the defend out and tbe actual arguments pre sented wenIn the Interest of formerly made their home on a local and a stockholder Fred Heins Dies Wednesday Following a Severe Paralytic Stroke Fred a resident of this city for many died at her home bore yesterday Death was due to a paralytic stroke which Heins suffered at the cod of a long period of 111 that bad confined her to her home for many At tbe time of her Heliur was 05 years of Hhe is sur vived by three Carrie and Mary and John Funeral services are to be held Sun day ut from the home on Union street and interment will be in Hlvflr vlew pas tor of tbe Congregational church will An obituary of Heins will be published In next weeks issue of the owned by near Lurch were indicted for setting fire to the farm which burned to the ground Mvernl months The Van der Hazels arc parcutti of fourteen ehll and the mother was allowed to stay with her Sheriff Wheat ley only requiring that she report ouch day to Lc Mars The lieiid of the homo was brought but tarly this week Sheriff Wheat ley and County Attorney Hlndt decided that he might also be given bis atf In order tUut he might support his He un der the terms to which he agreed be fore he was must report each day to officials at Le He and his wife will be brought here for probably ut the next term of dis in that bank nt the time it had closed its Judge Butler heard evi dence in these nuide provision for the filing of arguments within n 15day and then stated that he would give a vacation decision in both Before leaving Rock Judge Butler made assignments for law and equity that will be tried at the ut this roads that willmake a hookup with other secondary rotitls in northwest The first to be known us road V will run from Hie IowaMinnesota state just south of to tbe Kock Itup idsSlbley hen will Jog one miles to the east before continuing on soiilli lliroiiKh to I lie Oltiien county The Kccoml of the roads I commences at the Iowa line south of runs south through on o lhence through Rock Tills will be known as road The third section starts north of Lurch riiiiH angling to the southeast until it bits tlmt to the to and on toward Hu wnrden in Sioux Thlw Is rond Tbe fourth road commences at the lowuKotilh Dakota state at a point that three miles north of From Unit point It runs dm through George and on to Asbton in Tlilw roud will marked The other road slated for murk ing runs but u very short from Doon to and will be desig nated as Other secondary roads in thc coun ty lire to be ut n future county officials Thin will not serve so much an an aid to county but visitor will profit there finding It just us eiiny to travel on secondary properly us it Is on the main highways of the Continued on Local Girl Returns to Her Home Here Found Wednesday in Chicago Miss daughter of and Knrth of this return ed to her homo here after an trict which will be opened here of three during which next Van dcr Hazel trtrongly denies that he and his wife are guilty of and expects to fight the The man told authorities he bad In Insurance on his and after the fire the insurance company tried to nettle for He refused thin and goon they instigated criminal charges against Until the time of hto Van der Hazel had been working en a paving laying concrete ncAr Lj B George Jeffere of Btonx former Bock here for a visit in tie home of daugh Bogo time she was hiking to where she had planned to make a visit with Following the disappearance of the young her description was went to authorities in many of the cities in the and she was found while passing through oneof the Chi cago on Wednesday evening of last Her parents here were Kartb left at and accompanied her home on Miss who Is 15 years of has resumed her work in the Bock Rapid a Little Liklihood of an Open Season on Pheasants in State Men Report fitnto papers carried a story to the effort that thero was little llkll hood hat there would IM an open Hen son on In Town this State officials hnve received petitions for the opening of a number of coun ties in northern but there was such n Ptorm of that the fish and game department expressed a doubt IIK to the advisability of per inlting any shooting thitf There was an open season lust and the year previous to and many local hunters bad looked forward eagerly to the coming only to be disap pointed by the Sunday In the event that there iff an open sea state officials it would be late In November or early In Decem John Smld of George was a buslnws visitor here Commlssionent Mies and three of the mem bers highway were in Bock Rapidtj lent for a short white making Uur over the northwestern After InnpecUaf taRock New Plant The new creamery Is housed iu new concrete block owned by the on Story Just iff Main The creamery has its huge Which is to he heated by un oil but recently purchaxod to do away with be dirt and NO natural where coal is used for heating This new oil burner cost the directors of the plant a little more thnn but they feel lhal the Investment irf a good and will pay for itself before many years have Seek a Name The officers and directors of tht creamery huve not as yet chosen name for the butter that is to be pro duced In thc local They have offered a prio of for the best name and on October 1 ready to announce their It is expected that many Rock Htores will bundle this and that much of the product will to Miss Alta Childress Married to Rudolph Hasche Here Monday A wedding of Interest to Rock Bap IdH iieoplo took place on Monday even Ing of this wften Miss Alts daughter of and Sherman became the bride of Rudolph n son of and Henry of this The ceremony was performed In the of lutimutc friends and rel at the Church of wltto Mfiehlnn reading the vlco at 8 Following the the young people left on a motor trip through the after the will return to Bock and Hasche of IJttle the former a brother of the attended the Hasche Is the daughter of nnd Sherman living near Hhe is a graduate of the Lester and is well and favor ably known In Bock where she lias many and where she visited many Hasche Is son of and Mrs Henry and has made his homn in Bock Rap ids for the past eleven Be tended the Rock Rapids and after completing bis work there en tered the automobile present he is connected with i sen Chevrolet company of BOck Bap Here for a VWt Bannpn the   

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