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   Rock Rapids Reporter (Newspaper) - October 4, 1928, Rock Rapids, Iowa                                CALL 55 When yon have some Just call We are interested to what you and what hap pens to you and Make it a habit Call every Lyon Countys FIRST If You Dont Read I t Regularly Youre Not Well Informed ROCK RAPIDS REPORTER LOCAL ADS When you have a when you have loot have something for try a local advertisement hi The Re They Pay A Trial Convinces Volume XLVI Rock October 1923 Number 40 AntiBond Meet Here Tomorrow Opponents of Paving Meas ure to Point out Flaws in Proposed Law Opponents of the rond bond for paving Iowas pri mary which is to he voted on at tho November are getting into and to date all but a small part of Iowa has been organized to combat the In fact the Eleventh district has been left until the last be cauwe of the knowledge that a big ma jority here are opposed to the plan and can be depended upon to vote almost solidly against the pro posed according to Represen tative John Alken of Ida and Max editor of the Holstein who were here the hiht of the sttrring up the Meeting Here a meeting has been called for the court house on Friday evening at 8 when definite steps will be taken to organize the op and get State Senator Moen of Inwood and Represen tative Reimeiv of Rock who were active in their opposition to the bill at the time it was passed by the special session of the legislature last are expected to be ii evidence at the and working organizations will he formed for each township to sec that the vote is gotten out According to those who are ac tively opposing the there its a good chance to defeat it if those who arc not in favor of the big bond issue are alive and They say that there is much opposition even in the counties have already voted or Issued bondsfor paving as they be believe that instead of being relievci of liability for the bonds already is they will still be held on these with the added liability that attaches to n state Claim Fact Juggling The claim is made that advocate of the highway bill and Q This Years Fall Dress 0 Bergs Get Gift but Find Owner Wont Let Them Keep It Ford Abandoned in Yard as Sun Rises Is Claimed by Real Owner The Albert Berg living four miles southwest of this awakened Monday morning to find a Ford bearing a Nebraska license plate in their in spite of the fact that Christmas was several mouths they thought that Santa Clans had visited their but time changes nil and hours later they found how incorrect their sup position had in more ways than After examining the the Bergs called Sheriff George and he went to the Berg home to in spect It was registered in tin name of Waagmecstcr of Dodge and if was the presumption of tho officer that tho car had been nnd abandoned early Monday morning in tho Berg That even ing a trap was set for the man who had left the car lu the but he boosting 1he bond nave been juggling the facts relative to the state bonds that they will incur a mud greater liability than they have beei and that as a matter of fact a state bond issuo will in the long run delay the time when the primary road are while the interest charg that will attach to tho big issue i something There is little doubt how the North western part of the state will vot when the matter comes but thos Opposed are anxious that every per son express his desire at the to overcome the big majority the eastern and southern parts of the state arc expect ed to roll up for tho and they are anxious that there be a big meeting Friday night to give the movement n proper 1 Make Assignments at Methodist Meet Burns to Return to this City The Northwest Iowa Methodist con which ended its annual session nt Cherokee early thlrf nn nonnced a complete list of assign ments on pastor of the local church for the past two was again assigned to Rock Edge was mode super intendent of the Sheldon and Arrnsinith was assigned to taking the post recently va cated by who re signed thathe might engage In field work for Moruingslde college at Sioux Arrnsinith lias been serving as superintendent of the Sheldon dis Other assignments of interest to Rock Rapids and Lyon county were made at this Jonas formerly at was assigned to the Jewell Willis was returned to a former Rock Rapids was assigned to the Sutherland Calumet Board Meets Saturday to Transact Routine Business and Pay Bills Members of the hoard of supervisors were In session devoting the greater wbure of their time to the transaction of routine nnd the approval of a big bunch of Six hundred creosoted to be used in guard fences on county roads were purchased by the board fit this The which were pur chased from tho Nebraska Bridge and Supply will cost the county 52 cents The board at this meeting entered into an agreement with Peter of Little a by which the county will supply him with transpor tation to Ills old home in nnc in return he agrees to remain out of Lynn all At this mcmbars of tho board raised the pauper allowance of Henry Moeller from to per The board approved the bond ot P w jrf Sf fj ofncere were Finally they gave up the nnd took the car with returned to the and left it In ti local Then came the UK It ap proached the midnight tho own It was no one but Wiing He wanted his but It was gone from the place where he hud left it early that so after getting all the he came to this city to claim his After some he convinced Sinriff Whcatley that he was Indeed the owni and filially was permitted to tukij the und go bis Wuugmeester is a trusting sort of u 1m Is the of Deal of this Early Monday so he lie Personality Contest to Local Girl vliss McKisick Wins Radio Contest at DesMoines Friday i Miss Eva daughter of Mid McKisick of this named the Iowa Personality Girl if the in the contest which closed ho fifth annual rudlo show in Dos on Friday of last The ndlan Love Call wns sung by Miss as her nud it won or her the Personality a cash irize of and on expensive radio Sang over WHO This contest was sponsored by the Des Moine Register and the Kudio lerchants More than 00 girls entered the and tried out for the AU hut eight were and these one of vhom was the local entertained he radio audience listening in on WHO Friday Many Hock Rap ds people heard Miss McKisick sing Jiat and heard the subse quent announcement that she hud been declared the winner of this Competition Is Keen The judges of this contest were Gertrude Mnble Wag ner Shank and all of Des The contest was judged on radio personality and the judges graded the entertainers from the Continued on Page iCiwanians Discuss New Telephone System Plan Convention Decorations Legion Gets New Officers Installation Monday Night with Folkens as Post Commander Folkens was Installed as the new commander parties arc Dack Leases Pilling Station to Sinclair May Leave City The Sinclair Oil the concern that entered the oil business In Rock Rapids early this when they leased a station In East Rock Rapids yesterday signed a lease for the Dack filling at the corner of Main and Union Harry who has been operating the Sinclair sta tton in Bast Rock will manage the Dack and a new man wil be hiredto take charge of the old Dack who has been operating station at the corner ot Main and nag Jttrt what he win bnt line of and poririBue make his headquarteri met Sioux City Hf wus near the llerg farm ill I u mi only nd having decided t go to Sioux ity vith his looked for a lace to leave his The Berg yard vas so he drove locked the und without stopping to re ervo parking or let folks know vho he Naturally they thought he cur had been Fortunately he man had relative here and at Les whero be bad formerly made his and was1 able to prove his Idcn and reclaim his Fred Highway to Speak Here Next Thursday Km of chief engineer if the state highway and Dean of former state and now a member of the highway are to be in Rock Rapids next and that noon vlll be guests at the Klwanls These who will be in north west Iowa on commission are both for the hundred million lollar for paving Iowas primary and In their talk lo the club will explain the proposed and its State Represen tative Relmers of this who opposes tho has already spo ken before the local service and the visit from White and Dean will give the members of that organi zation a chance to hear both sides of the tho Soldiers Belief commission of the WoukfMake Tenant Move George Bank Wants Land Vacated Other Court Matters Filed A mill to force the vacation of farm land near Oeorge now occupied by Henry Isebritnds wus field in tho office of the clerk of tho district early In this the First Na tional hank of Oeorge Is the nnd Iscbrands Is the Other made defendants to this According to Ibis judgments were svcured against the owner of the foreclosure proceedings were in nnd carried und the per od of redemption ends on December A has been appointed and he has negotiated for its sale to Tohn tho contract to IK cm ileted at thw time the expiration per iod has started his fall and is making other preparation for putting In his next years apparently determined to ituy on the a ml thus block the The plaintiff seeks a court order restraining Isebrands from fur ther use of the and forcing him to turn It over to the Reveal other suits have been Ben Hoeven It tfuliig Henry Wlntfiif and Philip Sauter and seeks judgment on a promissory note for Dickinson has commenced an action against Luke P on another note amounting to Oeorge Uell has commenced an action uguinKt Charles Dell et nnd seeks a division pf real nnd other left by tho lute John j The can not agree on i Cars Mix on East New Creamery Building The Rock Rapids Cooperative farmer owned opened for business this The first loiuls of cream are collected to and the big churn Klarts grinding Tho especially con structed for the and the machinery that bus been Installed In the represent an Investment of approximately Members of the Rock Rapids Ki wanls club devoted a good share of heir following the luncheon Thumhiy to u discussion of the ilnns for Installing n central energy system in Rock rcsldent Dave Bernstein appointed a ommlttce this1 to inter view Rock Rapids business and find out their sentiment regarding the ustiillatloii of tills sort of a nnd as to whether or not they would willing to pay Increased rates If such a service were to he The Western Klcclrlc Telephone owners of the local contem plated Installing such a Hjvtem here in according to su perintendent of the but the company is ready to start work on the changeover nt an earlier If busi ness mon and subscribers in the residence want to pay the At this members of the club undertook the responsibility oi decorating the business district for the bert who hoar been at the bead of that organization the past year new who will serve dur ing 102829 are Henry vicecorn II Forster finance historian und Gilbert Rogers served as installing offl At this Matt Conway was appointed as the representative to cooperate with members of tin Hock KIwanis In a get ontthevote Members of tht Legion plan to conduct u school for In their rooms the week before the general election In giv ing instruction in voting to all who do sire that The Legion does not take a part in hut the local post will cooperate with other throughout the and with other civic organizations in nn uttMiipt to get more than fiO per cent of the voters to the polls this The local post will again serve us u gobetween for baseball funs and the which opens The Legions big score board Is to he erect ed In front of the legion and play by play reports of the games will he received by and charted out on the big The Legion started this practice seven years and it bus proven so popular that It was decided to again give the reports this A report of the state convention ut Cedar wan given by Kiiute n delegate to that from the local Hanson also reported little wneccss in his efforts to secure an Instructor for the Legions drum and bugle corps at present The annual report of the financial condition of the post was given at this The attendance prize of was won by local 8 Anfiutr Hills Program Miss Lorludu Stnuh and Miss Lylu Rogers were ut on Tuesday of tnil where they appeared before the Womans Civic which held itrf regular meeting that Miss Btaab played several piano se lections and Mibs Rogers gave vocal with Miss Btaab as her ac and Corcoran left yesterday for a motor trip to they will make a utiort and former residents of tbta iv V j an equitable distribution of prop and want the court to do the Johanna owner of a farm near has commenced nn action against She asks1 for hack rent due Goodrich Rubber Is plaintiff In n suit brought They seek for the amount of abfti of goods purrhatted by To MabeTExteodea Visit Agatha Ramsey leaves to morrow for where she will visit with and After leaving Ramsey will vttft in several other Iowa then go to and where she will visit with her Benard Hlnrichg of Little Bock was a Bode Rapids visitor Main Street Friday Night No One Hurt Two one belonging to Kd Van Hove uud the other to John both reBidentrt of this crushed near the Sinclair filling sta tion on Main The occupants Friday of neither cur were the cars did not fare so und will require considerable repairing before they are serviceable The came when one of the coming from the attempted to turn into the filling sta Be evidently misjudged the dis for the Van Hove car was al most upon him whet he started to make the Von Hove turned to the left to mUs but just at that iMtont Kruse decided to continue straight rather than the craih Get Patents on Oil Heater Local Man and Associate to Manufacture Applances in this City Rock Hupids Is soon to become tin location for another plant given over to the manufacturing of oi heaters for Just about every make ot car that is on the market Tin new to be known us tint A Ill has but recently lieci piiKhVd by the Patent officials and Is now fully protected from In und us soon us the neces sitry machinery can lie and i plant or productloi will lie McClurc of city am Wheat Icy of lire tin inventors of this new The have IMIII working on the Idea foi wvcnil and hiivc been conduct lug tests dmini the pilst two winters that cnminci them that they have i inthat will prove Indixpcnvnbl to who operates his cu during the winter north o the MiiwiiDixon Tim new hfiiter fits snugly over tin Iiottorn of the crunk ruse or oil nud clrciilutcH from the exhuiiHt over the bottom of thin oil Vacuum principles are ap plied to this and by the simple closing of an exhaust and of the intake the makers this heat er will Ihe oil in an automobile warm for many even In the oldcrt If the valves are not the from a cold will allow perfect circulation of oil In I lie coldest by tho time n cur bus hccu driven a of two the owners of Hie patent have lind n number of cbunees for as sistance in financing the and at ho present time n Canadian financier is negotiating for patent rights NO that he may Start production in n plant In that Mc Cluro says that there will probably be two manufacturing In Hock und the other in If mltiihlc arrangements can be The first of these heritors will be available hero late in ac cording to the They will sell for Lions Lose at Luverne orward Pass Counts for the Minnesotans in First Part of Game The Rock Rapids high school foot mll team lost their second game pf ho 1028 season when they were defent Frldayhy their old in the Mlnnesotans home Lu scored In the first three mln iles of by the aerial and ulded a point after in his same The rest of the game wns n bitter mostly In he center of the with little ad vantage for either and the con test ended without further to 1 in favor of The Miimcsotans made their first and only wore soon after getting pos session of the ball lu the first A long forward pass was grabbed by a Luvernc and he ran unmolested over the goal A minute later the Federated Clubs Hold Convention Rock Rapids Club Will Act as Host Meetings Open Next Thursday Four hundred of the Federated Womens clubs In the Eleventh gather here next week for their annual Members of the Kock Rapids club niv in charge of and art now completing their which opens at Thursday and the following State Officers Here State and district officials of tho Federated clubs are to ho here for the William MH chrlst of Stouv state will be and will he the principal speaker on the program to be given in the high school auditorium Thurs day Other state officials who are to be present are Galen Til1 den of and John Fox Lake of District officials Who are are Sncquety f district chairman and Leonard of dis iict Convention at Church The sessions of the eonventioniboth Thursday and are to be held n the Methodist Episcopal Thursday evening there Is to an open meeting at the high school audi commencing at 8 The iilult public is invited to this rat on account of the number of nt endants who arc there will be no seating room for At hismeeting Mllchrlst will uul Rock talent will present a one act play and an excellent musical Following this program there will be a reception in the Thompson Luncheon at Local Churches Luncheons are to be servefl by the of the Church Christ OB Undergoes an Operation Huntertea patient in tin Wlnklcr at where early yesterday she underwent an operation in the Wlnkler The opera performed by WInkler and this and the local woman 8P Bock and stopped line hold ing their opponents to small gains but they themselves were unable to gain iifflclent ytirdnso to threaten tin Luverno In the second kept oul of the came on account of injuries re ceived in the Sioux Falls wus sent into the und he soon smeared an attempted und Rock Ruplds recovered the ball and wenl into Luverne fleet footed Rock Rapids started on n dush for the through a opened lint and the one big chance of the day was as fur us the local tcuin WUK concerned Throughout the rest of the the two teams fought out lit mldfleld with little advantage for either Rock Rapids lineup wn C and ends Znrnlg and tuckles Hunt urn guards center quarterback full buck and Soltow and nt half Krugci was sent into tho lineup foi Zorulg and Miller went into tho game for The Luvurnc lineup was Mannignl Can Plepgrus und 15 Dickinson Will Speak Here on Tuesday October 30 ongreciiiaii Dickinson of Tenth own will address a political ncct Ing in Kock Rapids Tuesday after October Word to effect wus received ly County Chairman Ieucock and as yet the place of holding the meeting bus not decided Congressman Dick inson will discuss the ixillllcnl Croin u rcpnhlicun AK liu was of tin1 chief supporters of the McXiiryIluugen and a In all legislation thai bus been In congress lu recent looking to farm what he has to wiy will be of deep Interest to Hi Is rated one of the best orators in comjrpto at the present so that his address will not only be full of but Instructive as and ho tfliould be greeted by u full Following the meeting here Congress man Dickinson will go to Ha warden for u meeting to be held In the Bpry Nielond Infant Funeral were bold yester day for Lois the ulx months old daughter of and Edward Nle Following services at the Dull parently recovering Local arrangements foe this tion are In charge of Dick general convention and head of the Rock Rapids Committees assist ing are Committee Assignments Hospitality and Train Alice Carey and Foi Lyla Simon John Gel Charles Mc Gruw liud Miss Anna Clarence Hugo John Earl Albert Checking and otliu and Bld Paul Hurry Clarence Kelly und An ittueclul invitation lias bepn tended to the women of tho Lyan ty Kami and Its allied organi to attend any or all of tho of the Vlany Paid County Treasurer as Pen alty Period Draws Close in charge of Father remains of child were token to toe Catholic near this for Lola who was born qu Soon after birth Mom than ln c were paid In nt County f Ida riiillpps office during1 the nonth of due an lie second and last Installment oft gen ral taxes for the A good share C the in during ays of the of it on I hi ery last for on October pen Ity 1111 additional one por cent cr were added after theoffice lotted on September checks received from banks lu lie and noiironldarvt tax have not been totalledua nd several thousand lie deled to tho grand when the inul check up is Treasurer hiiipp soys have been CXT good this as ects that manyy wore will e before December the umial tax sale will be Celebrate Charles and John and MW their llth birthday m last and that afternoon ated as horts at party inere thft and a no enjoyable time hadbit   

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