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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - February 10, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                1CTOKY BUY UNITBB 1TATM TAR ONDS VOLUME 57 FEBRUARY 1944 NUMBER 27 HAWARDEN GIRL AND AKRON MAN ARE MARRIED Ceremony Takes Place At Lutheran Church In February 3 1 The marriage of Miss Elwanda of and Donald of was solemnized at the Trinity Lutheran church in Ha February at 2 Burkhart officiated at a double ring The brides father gave her in mar Claus Lage played nup tial music and Lucille Johnson sang I Love You Truly and Perfect The bride wore a sheer white formal wedding with finger tip and carried a bouquet of pink and white Her attendants were Miss Neva Hoogland and Raymond of They wore blue and pink brocaded satin formal The bridegroom was attired in a dark blue He was attended by Emil Wilier and Raymond Following the a recep tion was held for the bridal party and the immediate members of the two families at the home of the brides and Jake in A beautiful threetier wedding was dec orated in the brides chosen pink and A wedding dance was held in their honor at the City Audi torium in Thursday The bride has grown to young wo in Hawarden and is a grad uate of the high school She hadbeen employed in the Tilgner store in that city up to the time of her The bridegroom is a son of and east of and is a graduate of Akron high Since completing his high TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school and Bible class at 10 Divine worship 11 m The Mission Circle will meet in the Matthew parish Tuesday with John Tammen as The Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors Thursday with Mrs Fern Anderson as The Luther League will meet in the church parlors Thursday with The young couple will be gin housekeeping March 1 on a farm southeast of They have the congratulations of their many friends and wishes for a full measure ofsuccess and FRED RITCHIE TO FILE FOR SENATORIAL NOMINATION Fred J of made a briefcall here last Friday and left blanks to be signed by voters to enable him to have his name placed on the at the primary election in June for nomination as state sen ator from the 46th on the Republican Ritchie is an active farmer near Marcus and has served as state representative from Cherokee county in the Iowa legisa ture for three regular and one extra and has been a resident of Cherokee county for many Ritchie is a pleasant man to His several yeas of experience as a legis latorin the Iowa house gives him ex cellent equipment far office as senator to which he He will soon make a formal announcement of his candidacy for nomination as state senator on the Republican primary from the fortysixth which is comprised of the counties of Ida and Victory StampsBonds 1 CAGE SECTIONAL IS POSTPONED Storm Necessitates Setting Girls Tourney Games Day Later Everything was in readiness for the Girl Sectional basketball tourna be played in the New Audi torium on Friday and Sat evenings of this but the severe storm1 conditions prevailing to day Thursday has made it neces sary for a setting all thegames a day later than to Saturday and Monday eve according to a decision given out by The high schools competing being Cleg Rem sen and will be played tbe first Ireton Cleghorn Lib erty and Akron Win these gamep and Remsen play the semifinals Saturday A to the girls finals Mon 3ay evening wJU be a between the Hinton countychampion and Akron High boys A large at tendance is expected at the games all three evenings Single admission prices are 30c for students and 40o for both including Marie Degen as Thursday af Confirmation instructions for the children Saturday from 1 to 4 We welcome you to worship with Be not deceived God is not mocked for whatsoever a man sow that shall he also For he that soweth to his shall of the flesh reap corruption but he that sow eth to the shall of the Spirit reap life CHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at Divine service at The Mission Circle will meet in the parish hall with Tammen as The Luther League will meet in the church with Marie Degen as We welcome you to worship with BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES February Unified Service of followed by the Sunday school classes February Baptist Ladies Association meets with Glair Thursday prayer and Bi ble study at the February Womens Bi ble Class meets with OLEN nillllllllllllllllllllllli LOCAL NEWS NOTES nuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiinim dayfrom Sioux City to visit relatives Glenn Wood returned Sun day to Iowa accompanied by his wife and little Earl Milstead came Sunday from Iowa City for a visit with her and and other relatives and The Akron West Porters 4H club will meet at the home of Doris sen on February Let us all try to be Miss Thelma Bohlken came from Sergeant where she is teaching in grade for a week end visit with her and Dick Virgil Dreeszen and returned to the home of her and Fay south of after a months visit with relatives at The Akron fire department respond ed to an alarm from the Herman Ren ken farm miles northeast at 1 but it proved to be nothing worse than the burning out of a Operations at the Akron Ward of tonsilee tomy Kervyn west of and Clarence Fiek west of are medical pa Gene NAZIS PUT BAN ON ALL SLOGANS ON NAIL TO PRISONERS Postoffice Department Gives Instructions On Methods Of Mailing Advice from Germany through Swiss intermediary channels states effective March mail ad dressed to American prisoners of Avar held in certain prison camps under German control will not bo delivered to the addressee if it bears endorse ments or slogans intended to promote our war that such mail will be condemned without the addressee prisoners being These endorsements include such V for Win the and other of like including postofflce cancellations Buy Savings Ask Your Post Buy War Savings Stamps and as well as postage stamps having patriotic Win the War and This is further confirmed through in formation sent the American Red Cross from representatives in Switz Following are instructions A Letters properly enveloped and sealed and postal cards addressed to the prisoner of war for whom intend ed shall be placed by the sender in an outer unsealed envelope which will require no postage simply of War or with words of similar and placed in the The letter will be removed from the outer envelope by postoffice employes and forward with out The letter or card will then be dispatched to New for censorship Let ters and cards may be handed to clerks at various windows in post of branches or stations without the outer unsealed and when so TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The Norka Theatre will offer its patrons the coming week a program consisting of a Boyd a Stooge a comedy in technicolor and a musical romance On Friday Saturday February 11 and there will be a double feature 1 is a typical other in the Cassidy in which William Boyd is ably assist ed by Jay Andy Lola Douglas Herbert Raw Guy Usher and Carl Whea Boyd discovers that his whom he believes dead when he jump ed offi a cliff to avoid is branded a bank ho sets out to clear his He prevents tho daughter of an old ranch owner from marrying the man he While doing he cleans out rustlors and finds the head of the gang is the man hes looking In a last minute Boyds pal shows to assist Feature No will be a Stooge There comes to the Norka screen o Sunday and Monday evenings tl novelty of a comedy in technicolo Heaven Can starring Gen Tierney and Don and aide and abetted by a capable incluc ing Charles Marjorie Main Laird Spring Byington an Allyn Here isoffered an eve ning of sophisticated easy on tli attractively directed an Don after shuffling of this mortal modestly asks admis sion into But His Excellenc asks for details of his life before ac FORMER AKRON GIRL IS MARRIED IN SAN CAL Miss Darlene Miller And James M Take Nuptial Vows The following prenuptial announce ment is taken from a San newspaper and refers to a former Ak ron Miss Darlene a daugh ter of and Leonard now of that She graduated from the Akron High school with the Class of ond since going west with her mrents lias been employed as a book ceeper in the First National Bank in Sast San The wedding took January and the many Wends the bride in Akron vicinity xtend very best Miss Char one also a former Akron warded without postmarking to New for censorship treat B All employes making separa tions of firstclass mail labeled Pris oner of War Box New should be specifi cally cautioned to watch for letters and postal cards which are addressed to prisoners of war and bear the ob jectionable If any are they shall be returned to the postmaster of the office where the sender resides under cover of penalty envelope for delivery to the sender for corrective C The foregoing instructions ap ply to air mail as well as ordinary son of and Lester of near who recently enlisted in the navy at the Recruiting Station in Sioux left Monday to begin his preliminary training at the Camp On Saturday February at 1 the pupils of Hen ning Shoulberg met in her home in the first of a group of student Technical studies and re cital pieces were The rest of the class acted as judges the per There were 18 pupils in at and Robert Ross have been advised that their Percy now serving in the Army Air was recently promoted from major to He is chief of the nose and throat division at the Army Air Base Hos pital at Buckley Ross formerly practiced his profession in and Kenneth Port ar rived last Thursday night to spend a two weeks furlough with their pa and Fay Port and and Frank of Ak Kenneth is stationed a camp near They accom panied and Charles More head and and Alta all of San who will visit with relatives and friends D Since postage on letters and postal cards sent by air mail to pris oners of war held in Germany must be particular care should be ex ercised to see that postage stamps con taining slogans or patriotic are not E Parcels sent to prisoners of war must have the socalled Nextof Kin label affixed and be prepared in accordance with the instructions of the Provost Marshal How under no circumstances should such parcels be accepted for mailing if upon the wrapper there appear any of the objectionable The term prisoner of war includes civilians interned in Ger SEVERE SNOWSTORM COMES TO END MILD WEATHER It just had to come to an end Re ferring to the open and most of the time quite balmy winter weather that has prevailed in this section since the quite severe storm of early last Nov The change came yesterday Wednesday afternoon with a steady which continued all night and is still coming Accompan ied by a brisk the roads are be coming deeply drifted in The only redeeming feature of the storm is that the temperature has not sunk to a low level up to the present The snowfall amounts to several inches up to mitting the latter coin plies by telling the story of bis at fairs with women outing with a French maid his loveatfirst sight for who was to marrj liis stuffy cousin butwhom he per suaded to elope with him of their years of marriage and its many mo ments of squally weather because o his temporary crushes for othe pretty women how talked Martbf left him to go to her pa rents and perhaps again become en gaged to the fatuous cdusin how he intervened to buy off a Follies gir with whom his son had fallen in love only to find that the lad was well abl to take of indeed a chip off the old His Excel lency is and decides the newcomer should try for entrant The musical Nobodys will be the attraction al the Norka on Wednesday evening February witlf Mary Lee anc Gladys George in the leading roles Mary Lee is newly has personality and professional earners presence she used to sing with Tec Weems It is a unaf fected and has excellent musical IMMANTJEL CHURCH Sunday schoolat 10 m Church services Sunday at 11 Theodore of Augustana Rook will Confirmation meets Sunday at The Womans Missionary Society will meet February at the home of Howard FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching service at 11 A inexpensive ad in our Column will tell it for iiiraiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir LOCAL NEWS NOTES miHiiililinilil and Phil Sehutt and little of Sioux were visitors here Bruce who is employed as bookkeeper at the Farmers visited in Sioux City the first of the Arlo of the Army Air stationed at Grand Centrai Air came to spend a furlough with his and Eugene Van who has been spending a fur lough in the home of his Maude Van left yesterday for He was formerly sta tioned at San Robert Adams accompanied a con tingent of Union se lective service men from Elk Point to Fort where they took the physical Robert was among those accepted for army but does notknow just when he will be called for The County AAA office has been in formed that starting immediately they are to make Daily Food Payments covering production and You may either bring or mail your sales records to the AAA Box Be sure your name appears on the This can be taken care of through the mail if you have no otto reason for coming to and Brown and Ray Smith went to Sioux Monday evening and enjoyed a brief visit with the letters daughterinlaw and Gerald Smith and who were enroute from to to visit Smiths Her Guy has re cently been quite Smith and Barbara expect to visit here before re turning to ictcd as aper said The San Diego and Leonard of La Mesa announce the murringc of their Darlene to James Lacy son of and Henry of which is set for tomorrow evening at tho First Methodist The double ring officiated by the James will be Preceding the the chorus from Lohengrins Wedding March will announce the bridal The bride will be attended by Miss Cliar METHODIST CHURCH NOTES Be square all week and then be round for seivices on The law of moral gravitation palls a man toward what he Wayside February is Race Rela tions Our program next Sun day is Forward One of the greatest problems facing America and the world following the Let us study it A real Christian is a person who makes it easier for others to believe in This church was organized and is maintained for the glory of God and for the service of If you do not have any other church join with us in our common Church school starts at Morning worship at Youth Fellowship will meet with Miss Beverly Tangeman next Sunday at Be sure to attend worship next Sunday to learn where the Honor Roll will The place that won got 69 votes and the next place drew There was 145 votes Stewardship puts the Golden Rule into business in place of the Rule of ALBERT lone Pollock and will be given in mar riage by her Billy Jo friend of the will serve as best The bride will wear a threepiece light gray wool with fuschia and alack and a corsage of white roses and colored The jridesinaid will harmonize with a light siege wool gabardine with white and red and a corsage of andwhitesweetpeosr fTho mdegroom will be garbed in the of Icial blue dress uniform of the and the best man a light brown Following the a reception ivill be held at the home of the brides 6948 where the couple will cut a threetier wedding cake in pink and the brides chosen After a short wedding the cou ple will reside at 6948 Amherst SALVAGE OF TIN CANS AND WASTE PAPER IS URGED Save your tin cans and prepare hem for shipping the same as in the Pack them neatly in a card mard box and when leave at the red city barn east from he Ford The Coca Cola Companys truck icks up several boxes every fou should start saving waste ecause the paper shortage is more ritical than Woudn t you give our waste paper to make boxes to Dack ammunition and food in to be hipped to our fighting men Then tart saving and wait for further in tructions from your local Salvage SALVAGE COUNTY TRIPLEA MEETING WAS HELD IN LEMARS A County AAA meeting was held t the court house in ebruary at which time township ommitteemen received instructions in egard to filling out the 1944 Farm These plans are also to be used a determining the amount of Offthe lighway gasoline and tractor fuel the armer will need for his farm opera from March to March Farmers must make their ap lication with their township cominit ee before they can get OfftheHigh ay gasoline and tractor So irhen farmers ore notified to attend township they should 0 Plans are that these meetings re to be held in each township some me during the month of ring with you the number of valid fftheHighway also the mount of gasoline and tractor fuel n hand and a statement of the mount used in This will help 1 determining your needs for the oming RED CROSS WAR FUND DRIVE COMING IN EARLY MARCH The annual Red Cross War Fund Drive will be put on during the first part of For the northwest section of Plymouth Peter Hocger will act as general EXAMINATIONS TO BE TAKEN FOR SPECIAL TRAINING Students Between 17 And 21 Years Urged To Take Test March 15 The ArmyNavy College Qualifying Test for the Army Specialized Train ing Program and the Navy College Program which will be given throughout the country on Wednes March at will be administered at Akron High A leaflet of general information which sontains an admission identification Conn may be obtained at the Super intendents This form prop erly filled out will admit to the test students between the ages of 17 and who are high school graduates or who will be graduated by July Intent to make the test should be made known immedi ately to Superintendent Fowler in or der that the necessary test supplies may be Tho same examination will be taken by both Army and Navy The examination is designed to tost the aptitude and general knowledge required for the program of college training and all qualified students are urged to take the At the time of the test each candidate will be given a ill 1 n 1 i and his assistants in the drive will be but tak Otto chairman of wo mens committee in Akron Arch chairman Westfield town Eu gene chairman Westfield town ship John chairman Port land township chairman Preston township Abe Mil chairman Johnson Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli LOCAL NEWS NOTES ORMER OPERATOR BEAUTY HOP HERE SEEKS DIVORCE Sioux City JournalTribune Dor thy Pelroy has filed divorce proceed igs against Simon In her pe she asked for custody of their for a temporary injunction to istrain him from molesting or inter tring with herself and and also ir an attachment of their property 2227 Isabella They married larch in Sioux RegisterTribune advertisers reciate your MrsT Dick fiicfrters daughter were visitors in Sioux Wynia went to Saturday for a few days visit with his and Smith visited relatives in n few days last and Walter of Sioux wore recent visitors here with his and Margie Tentinger came from the air base hospital at Sioux Falls for a week end visit with her and Betty of visited here last week with her and the Behmer She here Friday for a visit with her daiighter in Raymond stationed at the Army Air Field at Ala came to spend a furlough with his wife and in the home of his pa and Lawrence Gib and among other relatives and The Union Creek Extension club will meet Monday Febru ary at the home of Robert with Bessie Wilcox assistant Our Home Leslie will be with us and give the demonstrations on Household Pests and Everyone try to and Leonard Miller ar rived Saturday evening from San Di for a visit of about two weeks with his and and other friends and former neighbors and Miller enjoy living in San where he is employed by the Continental Aircraft The Akron High boys first and sec ond basketball teams played at Kings Tuesday Kingsley win ning both the 41 to and the 36 to Next Tues day February the Akron girls and boys teams play at The Ireton teams defeated Akron in previous and Clare Morehead en tertained at a 7 oclock Sun and Leonard and Charles Morehead and and Kenneth Alta and Fred Lucken and and Stra chey Morehead and and Fay Pwt and Leonard Mc Corkell and and Earl of Ce dar were over Sunday guests of and Clyde Nichols is Kinser s Nichols is manager of the Iowa Light and Heat of Cedar They were Sunday dinner guests of and James south of Nichols and Coleman were girlhood ing the test does not obligate the can didate to enlist in the The Army Specialized Training Pro gram is aimed to meet the Armys needs for specialists and technicians in certain critical fields of Academic work is at the college level at government The Navy College Program also en ables students to continue academic training at government Suc cessful completion of the prescribed courses following further officer traininglead commission in the BIG SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH February Crusaders party and All boys and girls are February Proworship prayer Morning worship the pastor will preach and the choir will Sunday school of the Hawarden Bap tist will bring the Bolinder and he are exchanging pulpits for the February Midweek The study will be from James February The Missionary Society meets host esses will be Soren Bolinder the Devotional chairman will be David Johnson a cordial invitation to all the choir will You will always find a warm wel come at the white church on the UNION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at LESLIE BORN A to and Wil fred of Sioux at the ron February DEPUTY REVENUE MAN HERE 21 Will Give Assistance To Taxpayers At City Hall On That Date The Collector of Internal Revenue for the State of Iowa designated February at the City Hall in as the day when taxpayers of Akron and immediate vicinity will have an opportunity to consult a dep uty collector and seek assistance rela tive to tax problems and the filing of current The following schedule will be ob served during the current filing pe riod City February City February City February Internal Revenue Second Floor First National Bank March PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Morning worship at Evening gospel 8 DONALD Frank east of went to Sioux to visit   

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