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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - December 24, 1925, Akron, Iowa                                11 H VOLUME 39 DECEMBER 1925 NUMBER 21 Local News i MacMillan was a Sioux City visitor Radio A and B Batteries nnd Motor Gladys Thompson and John Pear son were visitors in Sioux City Mon Special equipment for repairing your Auto Radiator at Swenson Two Big Dances in Xinas nite and New Years Don Reitz The RegisterTribune extends the sincere wish of a Merry Christmas to all Father J of the Orphan age at Sioux was here the first of the a guest of father The Sunday school program by the English Lutheran church will be given on Sunday December at oclock of this and her of left Saturday for a visitwith rela tives at FreshWheat Corn Mealj dont handle ourSj come to the and Misi Rudolph Lin cameyesterday for a visit during holidays in the home of her Miss Emily Wayy instructor in the college of music the University of South came for a visit during theholidays with her Miss Lucile Davis who is super visor of music schools came Sunday for a visit during the holidays in the of her and Fred who is employed in came last Thursday for a visit during the holidays with his and and othigi relatives and r Eiliofrtf and little son came Saturday from to spend the holidays in the hoiUcs of their and Elliott Elliott is instructor in a college Dont forget the annual Luteftsk dinner at the Pan Lutheran in Union AVed December Dinner served froliil12 oclock until all are Supper from 5 oclock will be a fishing pond in connection A hearty invitation extended to Phone Car and Radio Battery 1day Motor Trucking Call at Moir Gar age or Phone John southeast of was a visitor in Sioux City yes1 haul by truck your livestock and Phone visited friends in Elk Point and Sionx City the latter part of tho of Sioux visit ed here Sunday with his and John Our two fine trucks are at your ser vice for hauling at all hours of the day or Arthur of came Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends here during the The annual business meeting of the English Liitheran church will be held on the first Monday of the New January Dewey Landeck and of Sionx came Monday for a visit in the home her and and Mrs Mc Laughlin Sunday for a visit during tlie holidays with his and The Akron Sunday school will have a Christinas tree and child rens exercises on Christmas December in the Allare invited to Lee Lemen was taken to hospital at LeMars and yesterday it became nec essary remove one of his which had become abscessed and had caused him intense Miss Mnrel who is teach ing in the public schools at came Sunday to spend the holi day in the home of her pa and and Lester have been farming southwest of left last Friday for where they expect to make their Their many friends to have tjiem but wish their new The Luther League of the English f Lutheran church will sponsor a New Years A program is being ar ranged and oyster stewwill be The program will commence at 9 allare asked to bring a tencent I article to be used for the New Years Miss Joy who is society edi tor of the Daily PressCitizen at Iowa came for a holiday visit in the lioine of her and Miss Brady finds her all at reasonable Snyder nnd were visitors in Sioux City Miss Margaret went to Sionx City yesterday lor a few days visit Let us r6pair that Radiator on your car before winter Swenson Dont forget we can furnish Buns and for your sales and Cash A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all is the wish of tho English Lutheran Hubert left Saturday for his old to spend the holidays with relatives and and John Earnest and children motored to LeMars Sundny and attended a family reunion of Earnests Miss Agnes who is teach ing in the schools at is spending the holiday vacation here with her AL who had been vis iting in the home of her southeast returned Saturday to Now is the time your hens should be laying fresh eggs are 40 cents a dozen and Get some Laying Mash at the per hundred Miss a member of the faculty of Drake DCS came hist Friday tospend the holiday vacation in the home of her A large number of neighbors joined in n farewell surprise for and Frank northwest of Tuesday Several hours of dancing were enjoyed and a line lunch and Jacobs re cently sale and will move to Ak Meat Shells OF THE BOOSTER CLUB Mill at Hedges At the meeting of the Akron Booster cluh hold at the Christian church base lanls cleaned and piesse mcnt 17i the attend prcssed wag Alcohol for vonr Let us Meeting was called to order drnin and fill Motor iclcnt After wo had partakcfli Earlymorning services at the lish Lutheran church Christmas Day at 0 Root went to Sioux City yes terday for a visit with his dent Thorson called on Cunning Paul Brnnner and Father Casey for They all responded with very enter and Hanson of The of are makingprelim inary arrangements for presentinga Minstrel Revue by local talent on Jan uary 14 and at Akron opera This will a novelty enter tainment that should make a big Watch announcement of further organized and ha T in the public school gym in prepara tion for games at next Tuesday night and at Ireton on the night of January There are some experienced players in the squad and a fast team will no doubt be devel Some of the players reporting for practice are AValter Art Clarence Ted and Gather Raymond Paul Stoel and Richard With a light snow and colder Sun day and near zero temperatureTues day this weeks weather was decidedly The 21st was the official opening of the winter season and was also the shortest day in the Tho temperature moderated de cidedly and as this paper goes to press the indications point to very pleasant Christmas It was rumored here the first of the week that Sheriff Maxwell had round ed up three youngmen living between Elk Point ainl for question ing in regard to complicity in the rob bery of the Maynard home at field of several thousand dollars a week ago Saturday it is said the suspected youths were able the officers a satisfactory account of their whereabouts at the time of the robbery and they were not held and dispostd of their household goods at auction Saturday and the family has gone to Sioux Uroff expects to leave soon after the first of the year for California to visit his mother and may find a location in the His wife and children will remain in Sioux City the remainder of the school They have made a host of friends dur ingtheir several ysars residence in who unite in wishing them happiness and success wherever they may Y t T T T T T T T T f T T T T T T i TANKAGE I will have a carload of Armours Tankage on track about December If needing Tankage phone me your order and I will advise you when car You will make a substantial saving by placing your order in this COAL Will also have a car of Franklin County Illinois Lump Coal probably between Christmas and New Years Place your WITH BEST WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR CLINTON LOWRY Iowa Akron 56F11 T t f T t T T T T T T T T T T t T T T T taining Brunner telling one bedtime story with especially beautiful Iiv the absence of presi dent of the road Cobb gave a report of tho committee meet ing with State lOngineer One of the items of interest to the people of Akron mentioned by Cobb whs the fact that there might be some hope of getting the road north to the county ford came Tuesday for a during the holidays with her Truman and Chester Campbell eiimo from Chi cago to spend the holidays in the home of and August Campbell is Lundgrcirs are preparedto make any kind graded and the two railroad cross 1 1 ii i i T m I iin tAll If III In T of repair on your Batteries arid re charge them when New Batteries in stock at right Swenson Phone Harry who is engaged at construction work at Gen came Tuesday for a holiday visit with relatives and He lias work there until next Attention is called to the ad of Cobb Greenleaf in this paper offer ing a sweeping price reduction on all silverware and holiday goods ext in their Here is a chance for capltali wlth some assistance real money the city in the way of water and Tlie local schools closed last Friday light use of As the afternoon and the pupils will enjoy hour was growing Thor ings eliminated if we would circulate petitions in the west of the county find get a good list of Presi dent Thorson authorized the road com mittee to draw up a resolution or peti tion and procure as many signers on it as and present same to the su a report on the skating stating that the rink is about completed except the flooding and this will have to wait until the weather is Mil Ogden explained to the club the details of a swimming pool proposition the usual two weeks vaca resuming Monday son postponed any further action or discussion on the swimming pool until T next meetlnK and the members January Most oi the public school to think the llnd llml teachers left for their homes tn spend have some opjnion on by next HERES WISHING YOU ALL VERY CHRISTMAS AND A PHONE ZOO he At the annual meeting of the Lanphere gave a talk on the tlier of the English Lutheran activities of the band for the past sum church the wore Andor Elected woulil need about the same budget for son vice Clifford Johnson nKXt ypar Hc ulso to on Elinor Paulson tnc people the necessity for having Gustav Johnson Esther Antheir children attend bund rehenrs dersoii assistant Eilor als and stated that unless they did at Johnson Clifford tend we were just wasting our money EngUinan and Stina Johnson Mower and Brunner wnsap look into Johnson and Clara Local students who have arrived their homes from colleges and univer sities for the holiday vacation are A committee appointed to the business men regarding decorating the town for the Christmas was composed of Silke Ciurie Bessie May Philip March and Gerald j Cobb gave an interesting talk Smith from the University of South on the drug at Vermillion Donald Cross 1resident Thorson next introduced and Rudolph Wilier from Morning speaker of the Rabbi Isa City Misses Mabel Anderson and educational for every broad Inez Cobb from the State Teachers minded man even though he Cedar Iowa Miss Germight differ with the rabbi theologl trucle who is taking special Every one present seemed to thor ughly enjoy the fine dinner served by work toward a degree at the State University of Iowa The Conmuuutv Christmas the ladies of the Christian church and many thanks are due them for accept hold tlie Comumnily Christmas beautifully decorated with electric burden at this busy time of the lights in the design of a star and with colored was placed at the flagpole on Reed but ac count of the cold and stormy weather Sunday was deemed advisable to DECLAMATORY CONTEST The annual Home Declamatory con test given in the Akron High school as gram indoors instead of outdoors that semoiy r0om on Wednesday and Thurs The very appropriate pro aay evenings of last week proved to be as outlined in these columns equal to other years in more than one last was presented in the pub lie school gymnasium arid there was a On Wednesday evening the Oratorl verv good The Christmas cal and the Dramatic classes contested b UirlHi in Hip fnrmprand progftim was much A large choir from the various churches led in the singing of the carols and the pas tors city had a in the ser Candy and nuts were distrib uted to the TO CELEBRATE MIDNIGHT MASS with three speakers in the former and in the In the Oratorical with the selec was given first and Karl with Tous salnts Last Struggle for was a close In the Dramatic class there were more contestants and the competition was more as There will be an unusual service in shown by the decision of the Patricks Catholic church The rating of Elinor mas December midnight Dorothy Corlnne mass will be celebrated the Lamoureux and Valda Erickson was K There will no within a limit of three Elinor doubt be a very large attendance at the Paulson won first place with the selec The Swan and Dorothy By virtue of the special privilege McCorkell was second by onehalf a granted Bishop Edmond of point with When Love Sioux on his recent visit to and Duty empowering the priests of hts diocese I On Thursday evening the Humorous to give the Apostolic class gave their twelve of Casey give the papal blessing at On this evening Warren the midnight again did the and from her the vigil of Is rating these it to some extent a day of fasting and abstinence fur Catholics in preparation for the As Christmas falls oh Friday this Catholics will be to eat meat on that BANK ROBBERS STILL AT LARGE her statement that this was the best lo cal contest she had ever Hazel Allen won the first place with the se When Tommy Stearns Scrubs and Evelyn Ericson won second place with The Swimming with also some pretty close LeMars Sentinel Having failed in Counting all taking here were their attempt to Identify any suspects oneflfth of the entire as members of bandit gang who High school enrollmenta to be held up and robbed threeFirst Nation1roud and one showing that our stu al bank messengersin Sioux City of the sum of ihe Sioux City po lice are continuing their investigation in hopes of obtaining some Of dents can take part in more than just and We desire to extend to you the com pliments of the Season and express our sincere wishes for your prosperity for the coming continuance of the cordial relations existing between Silverberg FIEST BAPTIST OHUECH Bible school at 10 As a result of the decision service conducted at the close of the Sunday i i school hour and morning ten j were received for Morning worship at Sermon The Value of a Perfect Harry Clark will sing a The Birthday of a by Neid The will meet at What Christmas really j The young people are now planning uj New Year watch Kvenlng service at At the close of a brief there will be a bap tismal No service more beau more Midweek service eveningat IMMANUEL Knglish Services Christmas morning service at G The Word Made December school at 10 Final re hearsal for the Morning worship at 11 Sermon Gods Good At the Sunday school pro December New Years Good at U January annual business OSCAR DOING FINE IN HEALTH WORK Miss TOdith state tli one line of activities outside of regular health Des was i school These students are to be ln LeMarK She ctimplii for the hard the Plymouth county on the health I the five suspects arrested in connection determination to be able to stand bework ttle county With with the all have been the public and besides every lhp enrollment In the Health The last to be released was Herbert OIKof them carrying four regular class Miss Countryman advised the Arioso of whom county nurse and the county superin of ury freed The Girls Glee consisting of al county nurse and the county superin tendent to enter county in Thursday afternoon utter having inmost all the girls of the High the for the rural schoolloving vestiguted his activities with all leads gave demonstration of their ability Thls Cllp is glven the county run down and every having in the way of two the largest enrollment In the proved of no Police now face a bers each under the direction Health Crusade in proportion to tlv to blank wall and prospects for the cap ture of the robbers seem very nf Miss Subscribe for the tal rural school Read the Want Ad you Before You Send Figure may find what you are looking With Your Home EMPRESS FEIDAY AND SATURBAY Eudolph Valentino in COBEA You know what a sheik now come learn Our Gang SHOOTING INJUNS TUESDAY AND WEDY 29 AND 30 PATHS TO PAEADISE with Eaymond Grif Its a mad joyride a thousand miles Episode Silver To my patrons who have been so generous with their patron age the past six I wish to extend my thanks and hope they will extend to my succes sor the same THANK YOU AND GOODBYE BUSWELL The best ribbons for all makes of also carbon paper and typewriter for sale at Register Tribune   

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