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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - January 20, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLtJBiE 57 JANUARY 1944 NUMBER 24 FOURTH WAR LOAN BEHELD IN 26 individuals Asked To Sign Up For Quota At City To The Fourth War Loan Drive will be held in Akron on Jan uary In the all bond drives in Akron have been made on an en tirely voluntary with very good The local bond committee feels that the best results can be ob tained the coming drive by continu ing on the same The local drive for residents of the Town of Akron has been set for January atithe City from m to The drives in the past have all been for pledges with the privilege of buying the bonds any time during the The Fourth War Loan Drive is based entirely on actual sales made between January 18 and February each individual signing a pledge in this drive will be asked to make payment af the time of signing or before February Payment can be made at either bank or at the post Bonds purchased in 1944 previous to the signup day should also be in orderthat Akron may re ceive credit for the Each person in town has been given a quota and the county committee has requested that the local contact all those who do not come in for the sign up on January individual calls take a lot of time for the work who all serve voluntarily so it will be appreciated very much if EVERYONE will try to arrange to appear on the day of the signup and in this way save the time of the solic LETS ALL GET BEHIND THIS DRIVE AND PUT AKRON OVER THE TOP REMEMBER THE NEW CERTIFICATES OF WAR NECESSITY NOT TO BE ISSUED district manager of the Office of Defense today announces that operators will not be issued new Certificates of War Necessity which will specify the mile age and gasoline allotments for the year Lanahan stated that all oper ators should that the present Certificates now remain in full force and ef fect for the duration of the war unless otherwise changed by the Office of Defense This means that the local War TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school arid Bible class at 10 Divine worship 11 m Confirmation1 instructions on Satur from to Instructions on Friday The Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors with Herman Andresen as We welcome you to worship with I was glad when they said unto Let us go into the House of the OHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at Divine worship p The Ladies Aid will serve lunch at the farm sale to be held at the August Osterthun farm next Tuesday We welcome you to worship DAIRY FEED Dairy feed payments are now being made on all milk and butterfat sales of November and Be sure and either bring your sales slips to the Triple A or mail them to the Triple A Box This must be done during the month of Payments are 30e per hun dred on milk and 4c per pound on but Give this your prompt atten tion if you are EMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Morning worship at 11 On January the La dies Aid will meet in the home of with Buebre assistant ONION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at Ladies LESLIE imiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiniimiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES Hobart Ross was a visitor in HARKNESS DOWNS NAZI PLANES IN FOURTEEN RAIDS Son Of Former Akron Residents Gains High Distinction In Air Raids of Snohom a former Akron encloses in a letter to the Register Tribune the following interestingac count of the daring exploits of her Staff Sergeant Harold serving with the American Army Air stationed in 3on of the late Ernest Harkness and Ernest route 3edro former Akron Harkness is a 1940 graduate of the Sedro Woolley high and prior to his military ser vice he worked teta as a riveter for the Boeing Seat Relatives and friends are alike proud of the young mans out standing achievements as an aviator in the European war which are summed up as follows Staff Sergeant Harold Hark of Sedro credited with the destruction of three Nazi fighter has been awarded the Distinguished Flying according to an official report received directly from an Eighth Air Force bomber command stationed somewhere in Ball turret gunner on the Flying Hell Sergeant Hark ness is a fourmonth veteran of 14 bombing missions against German in including the widely pub licized first attack on Schweinfurt last Less than two weeks after he knocked down two ME109 fighters Harkness fought through that entire engage ment with only one gun after the other jammed as his Fortress was go ing in for the bomb Price and Rationing Boards will is coupons for the first quarter of 1944 in the amount shown on the Cer tificate of War Necessity now held by the truck Buy Victory StampsBonds 1 PRETTY WEDDING IN BRUNSVILLE HOME Phyllis Albright And Ivyl Small Are f Principals In Event Tie home of and George of the scene of a pretty wedding on Tues day January at 4 their Phyl became the bride of Ivyl The double ring ceremony performed by pastor of this Lxitheran in the presence immediate Their atteud aqts were brother of the Eldon the JCjje bride a brown wool with iari and carried a bouquet of red The bridegroom wpre the dress uniform of the Following the ceremony and con a reception was held in the Albright were served later in the wlien the bride and groom put the fourtier wedding which was topped with a miniature bride and decqrated in pink and the bride s chosen The OJike was baked by an aunt of the Tena The groom is a son of and Avery of this and is in army stationed at present at Gap Penn Neary was a Sioux City vis itor and Leo Tangeman visitors in Des Monday and Harold Peck and daughter vis ited over the week end in Sioux City with her who is employed in one of the packing plants Howard stationed at Foster the Army Air came to spend a furlough with his aiid Man northwest of Niels Nielson and Andrew Jen west of left yesterday for a visit with the formers son and and Roy cameon Hark The newlymarried couple have the congratulations and best wishes of their friends in thii in Guests in Anderson home Sunday were and Carroll Thebija Gale Rob Wanda Wayne Mc Crill and and Lesley Ander George stationed at Camp came Satur ady to join his wife and little daugh ter in a visit with his Florence and other relatives and and Milbrodt and and Herman Milbrodt and Arthur and Edith and Clarence visited in the Henry Dirks home at Saturday and Raymond Barinsky return ed Tuesday to the home of her pa and jast of from a visit wth her hus Raymond sta ioned near in the Army Air Raymond completed a four months course in aviation instruments at the Naval Air Technical Training School in after spending a tenday leave here with his and Frank he left Monday to re join his Fleet Earnest has been making sev eral important improvements at the Akron Feed Mills having in stalled a new power grinder and also a large dust the latter beng placed on the roof of the Earnest has recently been filling a large feed grinding of stopped off here last Friday to renew a few oldtime As a she lived in Akron with her and John whp about forty years ago joined the Akron colony at Medical She the local ness fourth On his four against he downed his a Cited for extraordinary achieve ment in Harkness was rec ommended for the DFC after the Anklam In addition to that dec he holds the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Harkness entered the army July His training included 2Q weeks at an army air force radio school at Scott and five weeks of aerial gunnery schooling at He received his wings1 at Harlingen February and joined his present group a few days In her Williams states that her is not very but the rest of the family are Both of their daughters areemr the eldest in the Boeing Air plant for the past two other has been a bookkeeperin a creamery there for the same length of Mr Williams was a rural mail carrier in Akron for many TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week There will bo offered at the Norka Theatre during the ensuing week a Laurel Hardy an Irish mu sical and a Gillespje crime On Friday and Saturday January 21 and the inimitable Laurel and Hardy will have patrons holding their sides with the presenta The Dancing where in gangsters strongarm the pair of dancing teachers into buying a bo gus insurance Essence of the episodes that follow is that Hardy at tempts to get Laurelinjured so they can collect to help friends in with Hardy ending up in a hospital One of the funniest and most exciting scenes is the comedians ad ventures on a driverless The Norka attraction for Sunday ami Monday January 23 and will be the Irish in Sweet Rbsie with Betty Robert Adolphe Menjou Reginald Virginia Grey and Phil Regan the leading An American burlesque queen of the exciting lias gradu ated to fame on the London stage an lines up a Duke who is on the verg of proposing just as she sails back t New York to make a Broadway debui Aboard ship she learns of sensationa stories of past appearing in th Police all profusely illus trated her burlesque photos from the days when she was just plain Ro sie plans tc fix the Sam wrote th Tricked by at the pier whisks her off in a carriage an McGee gets the her romane with the Fromihere it is a battle of wits between the wit their moves vividly commandingth The musife combines the old and the to delight the and youngsters the My Hear Tells is strictly hitparade in while the barber shop quar tets delightfully murdfer some of you old There will be on Wednesday eve January another typical Li onel Barrymore preseBtation in Dr grade when a girl and while here enjoyed a visit with one ofher teachers of that then Josie ORDER OF FIFTH H MEETS The Order of the Fifth a Union county organization of 4H members have won distinction and held its third annual meeting at the auditorium in Elk Point on Decem ber Six new members were enrolled into the organization which is growing in numbers as each year The new members gave short twominute talks on What 4H Club Work Has Meant to Letters from members unable to at tend were read including one from former Union count extension New officers were as fol lows Evelyn president vice president Nancy secretary Roland and Wayne A committee was assigned the task of placing the names of all former 4H who are in the Armed Forc on a scroll to be kept in the Ex tension Following the games were played until refreshments were serv Everyone felt that the third an nual meeting was a great Let us hope that our next meeting will top them he is supported by an able ThiF Gillespie entry measures up tp recent releases in the series am provides acceptable entertainment to all the family The scenes are laid in the familiar Blair General BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Friday January Bi ble class meets with January Unified service of follower by the Sunday school January p World Wide Guild Thursday prayer and Bible study at the BEQUEST NAMES OF THOSE TO BE PLACED ON HONOR BOLL Contributions the Honor Roll continue to to the RegisterTribune Request is made that more names of those in ser vice be turned in as rapidly as possible L Burrill or as arrangements are being made to place them on the Honor Roll along with the which are now and in fliinHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES IHtflfflpll Rose Curtis visited over the week end with friends in Grover Vick left last Thurs day for a visit with her and near and Allen left yesterday for a visit with Verle and wife at Long Walter Bair and of Ida came for a weekend visit in the home of her Esther Hultgren and Lawrence northwest of Virgil Dreeszen and Bobby and and Marvin Dreeszen ind Marva Jean were guests in the Tom Dreeszen near Sioux Marvin leaves for the army the Guests in the home of and Burrill last were Loretta Alden and Zoe of Sioux Alden is Burrills and Maybelle Burrill accompanied her home for a week end At the annual boys county basket ball held at Remsen the latter part of the the Akron High team lost its first game to Lib in an 39 to Westfleld was squeezed out by 12 to Hinton again won the county cham pionship by defeating 30 to Kingsley won the consplations from 4f to Josephine Feauto passed away Tuesday evening at the Zimmerman Home in where she had been a patient for some at the age of 82 Feauto was a resident of the Westfield vicinity for many years and has a number of relatives and numerous friends Funeral services will be held in Akron in Patricks church at 9 oclock Friday and interment in the Cath olic cemetery The body was brought to the Rossow Funeral PLYMOUTH COUNTY YOUNG MEN ENTER ARMY AIR FORCES Edward Of Is Among Number To Be Called A special from LeMars to the Reg isterTribune states that the follow ing men successfully completed the final type mental examination for Aviation Cadet Training in the Army Air Forces Holland Herman James Richard Edward Robert Harold Nicholas In a few days these men will be called in for the final type physical ex On successful completion of these the 17yearold men will be sworn into the Army Air Forces Enlisted Reserve Corps and will be entitled to wear the Air Corps Enlisted Reservists Silver Three to five weeks after their eighteenth birthday these men will be called to active duty unless they have a current semester of school to Then they will be allowed to finish that semester of school before being called to active On call to active these men will begin part of their train ing from the Army Air Af ter thirteen to fifteen months of suc cessful training they will be qualified as a navigator or bombardier and be appointed a flight officer or commissioned as a second The test was administered by Brown and of the Aviation Cadet Examining of Des For further contact the Air Patrol at or he Veterans of Foreign Wars at Ha DONATIONS FOR PARALYSIS AID CAN BE LEFT AT BANES of chairman in this county for the Infantile Pa ralysis was in Akron yesterday and made a pleasant call at this of Stoeber reports a very good response throughout the county to the call for contributions to the Infantile Paralysis but believes there are many who have intended to donate to this worthy cause who have over looked the He states that quite a few people have expressed a desire to leave their contributions at some business place in instead of sending it by and most of the banks of the county and other firms have agreed to handle the In the First National and Akron Savings Banks will accept the contri In order to bring the cam paign to an early and successful con people are asked their contribution at to make OLDTIME AKRON BOY WRITES FROM ITALIAN WAR FRONT The editor of the RegisterTribune i in receipt of the following letter rom an oldtime Akron Norman aul now a Fifth on the Ital au Williams lived in Ak with his and during his boyhood iis parents moved from here to near a number of years where his father recently passed Williams served in the regular army for a number of ears before the present World War roke He served with the Fifth Army Corps in the North Africa cam His dated December says Dear Ray I want to you or the copy of my old home town pa just and for the lice writeup on the front It IBS been along time from jhe care ree days at Akron to thebattle front n I still count Akron as my lome town and after this is to come back and renew my I have a real as I am the supply fficer for the which is a lot of jeople wanting a lot of So we have managed very even E Jerry does try to stop us by blow ng up the bridges and The ountry is but you cant eat nd a good old Iowa corn field would BIO SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH January Proworship prayer Morning worship sermon by pastor and singing by choir dont forget your missionary Sunday school hour Evening service sermon the There will he spec ial January Meeting of The place of meeting will be January Midweek Bring your and You will always find a warm wel come at the white church on the PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Morning worship at Evening services at The Ladies Aid social Friday eve January with Roy DONALD iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiniiiiiiniiui LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Joyce Markus visited relatives in COUNTY WIDE DRIVE FOURTH WAR LOAN ON FOR FOUR WEEKS District And Chairmen Set Wheels In Motion To Meet Quota In the Fourth War Loan Campaign to start January 18 and continue four weeks to February the quota for Plymouth county will be and each person in the county will be asked to buy their fair share of The Fourth War Loan Campaign will be a burden to no but each must do his full is be ing asked is that people lend their money to Uncle Sam by buying War We should all know by now there is no cheap way or easy way out of a There is no other way than to keep working and keep buying more bonds until this war is In the First district of Plymouth Otto of is general chairman for the Fourth War Bond The precinct chairmen are Alfred Buehre Portland Town Fred Town John and Miss Anna of were visitors here Tues e a grand sight to Thanks again for the I still now a lot of the names and best re ards to you and all my NORMAN ipo 5th Williams enclosed in his let er a few including a piece f paper Allied Mili ary Issued in DSON RUST PASSED AWAY IN HOSPITAL AT YANKTON Edson who formerly lived est of Union assed away January at the state hospital in Yank where he had been for the ast thirtyeight He 62 ears of His and Franklin who preceded im in lived on a farm west of ere inUnion county1 for many years nd later moved to Will f is the only surviving Funeral services were held t a funeral home in Elk ast Friday and interment as in the family lot in Riverside Carrie Peck and Don visited relatives in Sioux City ast northwest of left Tuesday for a visit with relatives in Sadie Stinton and her daugh Nettie of came Saturday to visit rela tives and Elmer Fickbohm went to to see his Staff Lester home on furlough from Camp New Leln who had been visiting in the home of her soninlaw and and Fred left Tuesday for her home in of Sioux visited her husband here the first of the going from here to Sioux Falls to visit her daughter and other Eldon Small arrived Sunday from an army camp at South to spend a furlough with his and Avery and other relatives and Margie sta tioned at the hospital at the Sioux Falls Air was a visitor Satur day in the home of her and northeast of Clarence who is stay ing here with her and Arvel left Monday to visit her who is serving in the of the and is stationed at present at Cluett Chamberlain and child ren returned Sunday from a visit at her former with relatives and Her recently inducted into army is now stationed at Camp Florence Christenson left Monday for to attend the fune ral of her Chauncey a former Akron who passed away last Spittle has been farming near Chokio for a number of Florence Christen sen and Spittle are twin of Salt Lake and her Stanley and Miss Lula Claas of Sioux were visitors here Ericksous is stationed at Salt Lake City in the Army Air Corps per sonnel and Paul who had been visiting their brotherinlaw and and Randolph and west of returned Monday to their home at They took with them the yearold son of John whom they will Earl Clara The chairmen are now lining up workers and getting organized to see that every person iscontacted to buy their quota of REVISION FARM MACHINERY RATIONING PROCEDURE Effective December pressure cookers are no longer They may be sold to any person who use the pressure cooker for canning with planting are removed from Schedule I to Schedule H type of farm This tBe county quota provisions for listers are not effective after December but are still Midcllebusters listers w i t h o planting attachments are removed from Schedule III to Schedule II type of farm All feed grinders hammer burr mills or any other type of feed sjrinder are removed from Schedule II to Schedule III type of farm ma wJiich means that effective September all feed grinders are not Adolph Schuster and of have been chosen to serve on the county grand jury for the Petit jurors drawn from the west end for the term of district court to con vene in February Judge Rodman are Ruth Joe McMahon and Paul of Akron Fred Elsen and Herman of AKRON MAN WEDS SIOUX CITY GIRL Event Is Solemnized At Congregational Church January 5 The wedding of Miss Ira daughter of and Soren of Sioux and Kenneth son of and of Union northwest of was solemnized January the Mayflower Congregational church in Sioux with the Witt and Russell Hultgren of Ida brother and sisterinlaw of the were the only For her bridal Hult gren chose a twopiece dress of witli brown Her flowers were a corsage of Russell Hultgren wore a gold wool with brown She also wore a corsage of The groom and his attendant wore business The groom has fanned northwest of where the newlymarried cou ple will make ther ITheir many friends offer congratulations and wishes for their longtime happiness and FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching service at 11 Philip of a medical patient at the Akron away   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