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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - July 10, 1930, Akron, Iowa V 43 JULY 1930 NUMBER 50 COMMERCIAL CLUB PLANS FOR ANNUAL WATERMELON DAY doniinittees Chosen at Spec ififY Called Meeting at Legion Hall Monday August Akron will throw open its doors to the peo he surrounding as it ias dcfne fdr the past several years for annual Watermelon Day celebra A meeting of Akron business tieldiat thV Legion Hall on Monday eVenlng of this was called for the purpose of appointing the various oom mlttees to take charge 6f the celebra tion all the celebration this yeat will far surpass all other Wa termelon Days held here A more in tensive campaign is pro will reach people a than other campaigns have been able to accomplish A larger supply of watermelons will be pur chased this assuring everyone Who attends a generous A better plan the melons to the crowd has also been which will rtmad vrush upon the melon stand A bigger and better pa rade will be one of the main features of 7the Our fine Akron Band is being grodmed to furrtish splendid mu sic throughout the and more space tot the pavement dances in the eve nlng is feing with real orchestras for both the new and old time A better program of sport events and entertainment fea turos are als6 planned To add a fin ishing touch to this fine an effortls being made to secure Fred of president of the Chicago Northwestern and a resident of Akron in the early years of hia to deliver an address in the first part of the It is hoped good public address amplifier so that everyone Will r be able to hear Mr Sargents METHODIST CHURCH NOTES The Sunday school attendance Jast Sunday was fine and a large number received pins for perfect The Epworth League held their last session last Sunday until first of The Leaguers have done fine work and will appreciate a vaca tion during July and Anyone having copies our Church Hymnal or song book will kindly re turn them to the as they are needed in the The Ladles Aid Society will hold an ice cream social next Wednesday eve ning in the vacant store room in the First National bank building formerly occupied by the Gant meat Weshall have our services next Sun day as and the union services in the evening will be at our with Miller delivering the If the weather continues the evening services will beIn the base as it will be much more comfort able AKRON WOMAN IS CALLED TO HER FINAL REWARD Lillian Ohlson Dies of Cancer Following Painful Illness UNION CREEK CHURCH NOTES There will be evening services at the church at Choir practice after services The Luther League will hold its lit erary meetfng at the home of and Albert Anderson next Tuesday evening July A program will be Everybody Band will meetthis Friday afternoon at the Luther Will Ericson will The Union Creek church will hold its annual Sundayschool picnic on Thurs July on the Ed Wilier known as the old Shoulberg farm Watch for further particulars In next weeks Pastor In order to enable everyone to at i tend the events of the it is to pass a complete program for the day among the telling whatjis going to where it will f take and the exact time All will be run off on schedule time ueslrlng to take particular or to refer to his program andmake his way All committees have been appointed E was unanimously de chairman again this i year various committees appoint edjfforithe different parts of the cele bration are as follows Financial H Young chairman H Elmer Watermelon Buying Hi H L L Watermelon Stand and Wm Axel John AKRON GOLFERS WIN A MATCH Defeat Alcester by Narrow v Margin of Two Points Sunday Afternoon The Akron Golf team to Alcester Sunday in spite of the intense struggled through eighteen holes of match team play the Alcester in which Akron won by the close margin of 13 to 11 Only nine Alcester play ers appeared for the contest and a few of the sixteen Akron made the hot and dusty trip wer loaned to Alcester to out their It was just sociable game and Akron garnered a small surplus of points to of Alces shot low score of the with a while J A Jensens 87 was low for Following were the individual scores and points made Lillian Ohlson passed away at her home in this city July of at the age of 71 years and 21 days She had been a sufferer from the malady for two years and had been bedfast for the past ten but bore her pain and discomfort with patience and Christian Lillian Hale was born June at where she spent her She came to Ak ron vicinity with her and about fiftyeight years ago and had lived in Akron and Sioux City most of the time She leaves to mourn her departure one daughter and one of this and Bert of Sioux City three sisters and one Hattie Vargason and Baker of Fred and Fred Hale of Wash ington also nine grandchildren and one Ohlson was a devoted and loving a kind and helpful neighbor and a loyal She will be missed by all who knew The community extends its sympathy to the bereaved Funeral services were held Tuesday morning Patricks Catholic church conducted by Interment was in cemetery Relatives and friends who oame from a distance were Bert Smith arid May Shane and Peterson and two daughters of Stoux Mrs Fred Williams and Waterbury and family of and of PLEASANT Hilit CHURCH Anniversary Day 13 From song and praise From sermons by Weaver and At 11 30 a historical sketch of twentyfive years ago will be read by who Is superintendent of the Sunday The Pleasant Hill Male Quartet and the York College Trio will furnish special Dinner will be served and the after noon services held at the Larson near Splnk Afternoon i service will begin at president of York and the York College Trio will have the program in Ttiey will give ad dresses and Violin and vocal se A real treat awaits After former pastors and visiting pastors will give brief I A most hearty invitation to neigh boring pastors arid their congregations to worship with Wm Elite Polo all Art Avis Mildred of Ver are visiting their grand Miss Gertrude Klauer left Friday Jor attend summer school at thev University of Edwin Klemme is entertaining the Aid Society of thef Immanuel Lu theian church at her fome this after HANDICAP GOLF TOURNEY BEGAN HERE MONDAY First Round of Play Nearly Completed Second Bound Next Week The annual Handicap tournament of the Akron Country club is under quite a number of the contestants having turned in their scores for the first round of The extremely hot weather of the past few days has been a detriment to many of the who have not played their first round to date but It Is hoped that the weather will moderate somewhat toward the latter part of the to enable all to the first round of the tourna CHRI8TIAN CHURCH NOTES lets make this quarters average even larger than the first and second We ean do Its your Bibleschool you should boost This Do in Remembrance of Jesus Your answer should I We look for every mem ber of the church to be present for communion and morning preaching service on Neglect your eve ning service and you neglect your Mas He should not be BIBle school at 10 Communion and preaching at 11 Senior and at 7 Everting service at 8 Subjects Sharing the Bread of Life Christs Ideal for the You are invited to be with us for all From some of the low scores turned in for the first round of It is quite apparent that there will be some real competition for the Golfers Magazine cup this Several of the net scores range down into the and that is evidence enough that some of the players with small handicaps will have to shoot some real golf in order to stay In the Beginning Monday of next the second round of the will be with the thirtytwo low first round players The follow ing week the sixteen players with low scores from the second round will The week the eight players with low scores from the third round The Hessian fly is reported to be dowm semifinal The ing some damage In small grain fields Sunday following the four players m this particularly on the wlth score from the South Dakota side of the competo for tne Golfers Magazine Mr and Mrs J Kennedy and j visited over the Not a great deal of interest has been Fourth and Sunday the cottage of shown in the round his Mr and Interest Is expected to increase as the tournament L W Koch Strokes A 0 1 t j Advertising ff G Band J Ro New Time G Old Time Concessions Committee Frank Baseball Sports and Entertainment Commit Ed John Stecker Decoration and Parade A Clair Seating E A Waldo Lighting J Martin Recaption J B Boyson Ray A Frank f After the selection of the commit 1 it was announced by Chairman vTtiorson that there would be av meeting of the heads of all the committees at M C Smith 403979 Jenson S C Pierson 504595 Rbssbach Einar Anderson John Earnest Fred Anderson Eric Davidson 9 54 Eaton 9 P J Siert 9 H Clark 9 Moore H Lee Sllkebakken A Kessler H 6056116 I Entire stock of Summer Hats on sale at Elite Art I The Kirschbraun cieam station dis continued business here the first of the month i Henry Johnson is installing a handsome new marble soda fountain of the latest design in his pool hall j anoV Lionel Eustace and lit tle of are vis iting relatives and friends heie this James south of and weather observer at Sioux were at on business over and Stryzewski and children left yesterday on a motor trip to where they will visit relatives and friends for a week or ten Blanche Johnson of Jer sey a former Akron visited friends here the first of the week and also looked after her farm interests northwest of The Aid will hold an Ice cream social in the west room in the First National bank building on Wednesday July Home made ice cake and coffee will be Your patronage Barton Tone returned last week from the state sanitarium at and is how working in this His wife left last sailing from Seattle July for a visit during the summer with her parents will return in when and Tone expect to make their home at Lake Fishermens Red Tag cent off regular catalog price on Needlework at half price at Elite July 12 to 26 with each can of Art Duco No 7 5 knit polishj D w Gjbba family motored to ing cloth LeMarsj Des Molneg to visit relatives Frank southeast of was over the called to LeMars where hisj of has Jos H a former resi been vlsiting his and dent of this vicinityt underwent an dp Henry during the past eration for appendicitis at the Sacred Heart hospital LeMars Mayor ln tlie of week to see the board of supervisors in re a change in assessment on the Miss Stella Burnett and June Bev PORTLAND TOWNSHIP 4H CLUB The Portland township 4H club met at the Township July Tills meeting was lield to pick the best dem onstrators to represent Portland town ship at the Achievement Day to be held at LeMars In The winners se lected were Johanna Hatwig and Fran ces The judges were War Semple and The next meeting will be held at the Township July FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The Church School at 10 Preaching service at 11 The evening service at church at 8 Midweek service on Thursday eve ning at 8 the drainage district recently The town of Akrons share has been slightly and Jack Fleming and and Costy and daugh Mary of Council came for a visit over the Fourth with their parents and and John and other rela tlves and OIL COMPANY TO LOCATEAKRON Representative of County Concern Tells of Policy of Company About forty farmers nnd business men who attended the meetings held at the Legion Hall in Akron Monday July were informed by manager of the Plym outh Oil that this company of Sioux have been visitors is offering petroleum in the Fred Burnett home this Akron trade chance to got Ized July 2 v the benefitsShecompanyoff The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a food sale Saturday county agent who was Plymouth former July at the Weldenfeller meat mar stated that this company is its Your fourth year of It now has cently summoned by the serious illness of his from lock Friends are very to know that he left his brother much improved in and he may be able to re turn home in another of and of this left yesterday for Minneapolis to the National open golf which Bobby Jones Walter Leo Hor ton Espinosa and other fa golf stars will compete on the difficult Interlachen course this Bobby who recently returned from winning new laurels in Great is a strong favorite to win the National open read the nuptial Attend ants of the couple wore Miss Madge sister of the and Clif ford of The with her charming person r allty and winsome has won a wide circle of admiring For the past three years she has hold a sitlon as a most several of Akrons The groom Is a young man of sterling character and industrious The young couple left immediately on a honeymoon trip to Lake jThey will be at home to friends at the home of his Roy where the groom is now for the Both very popular The Ladies Aid will hold an distribution of these products in Akronamong a host of who offer ice cream social in the west store room and is now making Ho will congratulations wish them a full Misses Delia and Lillian Millie about operates five Rose Ludwig and Alma Frebulk one service station and richs motored to for a The company was organ visit early this Thursday on a true cooperativejmsis by T the Plymouth County Farm Bureau In and and 1927 and has since become one tho Alberta will leave Friday on cooperative oil companies In a motor trip to Leech Lake and other Profits are rebated to consum Michael Foley retained Tuesday from in norther Minnesota for a va erg Qf As Los where he was reI rebate on 1929 was and James south earjy ln which of have as guests in their home 10percent this week their Raymond Oscar of who lias Rowland and three and Plymouth products through Miss Mary of lis garagev is taking1 over tank truck AKRON YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIED Irene Miller and Lone Par Hope Morehead arid Dale Sampson Wed Coming as a surprise to friendsin Akron and vicinity was the marriage ofMiss Irene Miller to Lone The ring ceremony was used and was performed by Earl pastor of the Methodist churchof Le In the parsonage at oclock Monday June They were attended by Miss Ruby sister of the and Ra leigh of The bride was attired in a dress of light blue The groom wore a suit of navy The bride is a daughter of and Alfred northwest of here In Union She was born and brought up there and Is a popular young woman of that The groom is a son of and Pete southeast of and is an industrious young re spected and well liked by all who know Their many friends wish thema long and happy life The newly married couple received many beautiful gifts at the supper at the brides home at 6 which was served by JaM cobs and Oscar of The table was prettily decorated In the brides chosen blue and Relatives and friends present at the supper were Mr and Pete Lester and Ruby Nettie Mann and and Ellen Lorraine and all of Akron and Melvin Han of and Herman Nlelson and of Wa and Parker left on a Honey moon trip to the Black return Ing July They are making their home on a farm southeast of Ak The marriage of Miss Hope head daughter of and Wenzel southeast of to Dale son of and Samp Sioux was at high Rev of the First Presbyterian 13 Total points 11 players with Alcester The Akron team will play a match game with at Sun July at Continued on last page INJURED i t SMASHUP FRIDAY v Young People in Car A That Buns Off Grade Blinded by Lights There were orily a very few Injuries reported here during the Fourth of July and about the only jvjarlous accident was the wrecking of Klauer auto on the new grade primary No about three iffiles iuth of town the morning after the Ralph his Hejen and Marjorie and Clifford Metz and were leturnins frqni a dance at Rivervlaw near Sioux Ctjvwhen they met a car with blindingA Deadlights and the Klauer Auto left the road and went down a six or sevenfoot embankment and turned The top glass in the sedan and the occupants were cut and but none were seri ously Injured and broken bones re The car be placed in run ning Klauett decided tq replace It wifh a new Chevrolet for family use and Olof north west of gave a delightful birth day supper for their Miss THE ENGLISH CHURCH Pastor July Third Sunday in Trin ity Bible School at 10 a Morning worship at 11 The Luther League ot the Immanuel Lutheran of Sioux will render a program here in the evening at 8 The following committee will serve refreshments and F J Swanson Lulu and Elsie Klemme Miss Elna Swanson and Miss Elinor Senior choir will meet for practice on Tuesday JOHNSON DIES IN WEST Johrisoni who resided for many years northwest of here in Union passed away Saturday at her home in after a brief illness of heart trouble The re mains were brought to the old home in Union Funeral ser vices will be held Friday at 2 p m in the Big Springs Baptist Con by the pas Interment in the cemetery Many friends in this vicinity extend their deep1 sympathy to the husband children in their A I suitable obituary will appear in these columns next 0 A Bumper Crop SCOUTS We have the time of our meeting from 4 m to 2 sp lets I see every Girl Scout Girl Scout meeting at 2 oclock next July The Scouts have enjoyed two hikes this a breakfast hike and a sup per Come to meeting and I hike with in the First National bank building on move his family here immediately and Wednesday July Homethen be in a position to render unex made ice cake and coffee will be celled service with good products and Your patronage Rudolph who has teach ing in the academy department of LuJEFFERSON NINE BOWS TO SPINK ther college at Paul and also in the Splnk defeated Jefferson at River University of came last sioux July In a twelve week to visit his Charlnnlng gamei 5 to The game was in and other relatives and terestlng ami well played It was the eighth straight win for the Splnk Score Spink 9 3 Jefferson 9 3 and Engle for Kelly and for Jefter soh Splnk will play away from home next July D measure of happiness and Sampson entertained at her home a number of friends at a miscel laneous shower in honor of Miss Hope a bride of this A pleasant feature of the was a mock after which a de licious luncheon was Miss Morehead was the recipient of many beautiful and useful BORN A to HarryHawk southeast of July A to and GeorgeKlel northeast of July A to and John west of and Robert Kerr and ren motored to for am overSunday visit with her and Club to Hold Its First Inter club Match LeMars Sunday Afternoon Clearance Sale of all Summer at Elite Art Hay Hog Self Feed for sale by 2t The Ross family and descendants en joyed their annual family picnic Sun day at Riversioux of came last Thursday for a visit in the home of her southwest of The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a food sale Saturday July at the Weidenfeller meat mar Your patronage Let your tires Buy a thousand miles The Stoux Valley Rifle club met at of One gallon Pennsylvania Oil Union Creek range last Sunday Free with each G J Tire at our new finish the selection of the team to shoot reduced July 12 to the LeMars Rifle Attend was all that could be hoped for I Otto Larsen and family motored to nd a good team has been Wayne for a Sunday Unlefs the Executive committee chang Larsen reports that corn and other es the team will be corn cropswere badly in need of rain along Posed of the B Free the route taken in northeast J Leonard i John Clarence Seemann and and Andr Wm Johnsoni Durward of and SqulreSi Bmery Carison and Mayor Carl of came The alternateswill be se last Friday for a weeks visit with from the Edor Mary Manning and other relatives and x F Kermet An Seemann is a brother of Axel Johnsoli and I vlg I One cent sale on Greeting two The club shoots in LeMars next Sun for the price of plus one July The members will try to BlrthdayGreeting Cards and Cards for all everyday such as Wed leave in a body from the postofflce cor ner in Akron at Anyone not a member of the club is invited to Get Bon I drive over with the members and We will sell those watch the home team shoot their first I cards at a one cent sale Interclub A little local Inter at two for the price of est and support goes a longway to plus one Art ward winning these
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