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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                CTORY VOLUME 57 APRIL 1944 NUMBER 35 PUBLIC SCHOOL WIILL OFFER FINE MUSIC PROGRAM Participants To Appear In Sioux Center Contest On April 13 On Monday April in the New the Music ment of the Akron public school will present a concert by the contestants who plan to enter the contest at Sioux 1 The concert will include the following numbers Iowa Band Law The Crusaders Overture School Band Were You Madrigal in Glee Club Carol of the Russian Mixed Chorus Down Among the Dead Glee Club Twilight Hymn Sextet Quartet Dance Quartet Grey Stones Robin in the Sextet My Junior Anderson Sicilienne and Clarinet Phyllis Stace Emerald Trombone Marianne Kerr Stars in the Violet Elwin Conner When Celia Blue Are Her Lorraine Johnson Homing Drcammaker Kathleen Kennedy SweetSong of Ago May Virginia Tucker Florian Song When Love is Kind Frances Scott Were My Songs With Wings Pro vided The Maybelle Burrill This concert is not to bfi confused METHODIST OHUKOH NOTES What is the meaning of talk about the world order of a just and lasting peace if we are to carry the principles of race discrimination into that or Searles No country can be better than the sum total of the individuals that make up its No citizen can be at his best without real respect for his Creator and no person really shows reverence for his Maker who does not worship Our church is liere to serve any who do not claim any other ehurch Come and worship with Easfter Services next Sunday at 11 oclock We will also have the Easter lesson at Sunday The Youth Fellowship will meet at the church next Sunday afternoon at 3 Not what you but what you think is We do not lack opportunity as often as we ignore The Utile Dulce club is sponsoring an important featuring The Good Will of Sioux John who has been su perintendent of this Social Service in stitution for over twentyfive will be only one in a group who are coming to entertain They have a set of pictures recently taken by Case another worker at the which wil be A group of spec ial singers will also be in the No offering will be but a 25c charge will be made for the program and refreshments of the on April ALBERT LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The American Legion Auxiliary will hold their annual Hospital Silver at 2 Keep the date in The public with an elimination The rules have been changed so that each school can enter as many as three soloists in each Because of this thore needs to be no local elimination All of these contestants will appear in Sioux Center on April Members of the musical organiza tions will sell tickets for this Admission is 25c and Be sure to purchase ticket they contact miiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiniiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn LOCAL NEWS NOTES Miss Nellie Melheim came today from Sioux City to visit Fred Richters and daughter have the Frank Vogelzang arrived Sunday UNION CREEK CHURCH Easter program by Sunday school at 10 Divjne services at Good Friday services at 8 Ladies Aid meets April at at the home of Milton with Eric son assistant Everyone cor dially invited to LESLIE Beginning1 April Rationing Office will be open each day of the week from until oclock in the ex cept The office will be open Saturday evening from to instead of Saturday af MORE MEN FROM COUNTY INDUCTED Three Contingents Most Of Them Married Men Three contingents of Plymouth county men left dming the past week for induction into the armed On Tuesday of last week those who went to Camp Dodge from the west part of the county were Alan Tin Delmar Akron Wesley Charles Westfleld Donald Carl Last Friday there vicinity to Camp Dodge Ernest John Sherman D Richard and Edward of in the Navy Orin Blake and Burton and Freder ick of in the On Sunday morning the following left for Camp Dodge Walter Henry Rudolph Hart man Florian of Nearly all those called are married vith About sixty more will leave the county this week for physical from Oregon to visit his and other relatives in this The weather has been clear and a bit more moderate and springlike this and field work will soon be in general son of Ira of is an appendectomy patient at the Akron The baby of and Bernard Chats is a medical Staff Peter from Camp spent a fur lough with his Peter and southwest of He is being transferred toFort Marjorie Tentinger returned to the Sioux Falls Air after a ten day furlough with her and northeast of Their Richard Ten in the is stationed at San in Alvin of and Mary of were married in Sioux City this The a son of of this is home on furlough from service in the The newly married cou ple came here today to visit relatives and who extend congratula tions and best Wishes to Smith of and her Gerald and of came from Vernon last Fri day for a visit in the Ray Smith Gerald Smith willarrive Sun day evening from where lie is employed in the Naval Re search to join his family in a two weeks visit with relatives and Barbara is attending the Fifth grade in the public school dur ing her stay Fowler has tendered his resignation as head of the Akron RESIDENT HERE FOR MANY YEARS SUDDENLY CALLED August Hitzemann Had Farmed In This Vicinity Since Young Manhood August a resident of Akron vicinity for about sixty passed away quite suddenly at his home here shortly after 6 o clock Sun day April at the age of 79 years and 6 He had spent the afternoon with his On returning home ho com plained of feeling ill and before medi cal aid could be summoned he passed Hitzemanns health had been failing the past few being afflicted with diabetes but his death was the result of a heart Henry William August son of Henry and Dorthea Menke was born March at Cook In early youth he moved with his parents to Cedar and there was confirmed in the Lutheran At the age of 20 he came with his parents to Plymouth and farmed in the vicinity of a few years later moving to Akron vi On March August Hitzemann was united in marriage with Caroline with the first pastor of Trinity Lutheran Their union was blessed with four sons and two daugh all of whom are living except one who passed away in in In 1913 the family moved to a faim in Union west of and resided there until when and Hitzemann re tired from active farming and moved to Left to mourn his departure are his devoted wife three Henry and of and of near Iowa two Albert Von and TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Some solid entertainment will bo of fered Norka Theater patrons during the coming week in the way of a boy and his dog drama in a biographical romanticmystery story and a comedy that The offering for Friday and Satur day April 7 and will be Lassie Come in beautiful with Roddy McDowell in the leading supported by a capa ble Any lover will go nuts over this and this includes a lot of Roddys Donald his Elsa Lunches sell the beautiful to the Duke Nigel Bruce because they are so poor they cannot feed the dog and themselves After Lassie es capes twice from the Dukes kennel and comes back to she is sent from several hundred miles north to She escapes once more and begins the long trek back Her adventures euroute and lior final plus a happy ending when the Duke gives Crisp a com prise the bulk of the Beautiful technicolor shots of the highland country form a background for Las sies remarkable trip back and the hardships and adventures under gone by the the star of the hold the interest as much as a highly dramatic The unusual is offered patrons of the Norka on Sunday and Monday eve April 9 and in the biograph ical romantic mystery Madame with Greer Garson and Wal ter Pidgeon in the star As signed to study the magnetic proper George of Red and 16 grandchildren one of Sioux and one Emma of Three brothers and two sisters preceded him in Hitzemann was one of the early members Trinity Lutheran of this and for many years served on the church Up to the time of his he was the only active charter member of the Funeral services were held Wednes day at in Trinity Lutheran conducted by the Interment was in Riv erside went from this CATHOLIC CHUROH SERVICES Akron April Stations of the April Blessing of Easter Baptismal Easter High Confessions will be heard Good Friday after Evening Devo ties of steel for the Society of Na tional Marie Sklodovska is sent to the laboratory of Pierre where a strange phenomenon during another scientists experiments puts Marie and Pierre oh the trail of a new The two carry oil their work together against a great many almost of isolating the element which Mario has named radium until one night a eerie light in an experiment dish proves to honors are conferred1 on the cou ple prefer each others love and devo Some time Pierre is killed a street Marie goes enriching the world with her In her portrayal of Madame Greer Garson encompasses all the warmth and emotional sensitivity to make the performance one of her most outstanding and Walter Pidgeons whimsical Pierre Curie is a splendid complement to her char they make the story beautifully On Wednesday April there comes to the Norka screen a de lightful Young ring Susan Peters and Herbert Mar Fearing their mothers mar riage to a chemical professor will ruin her Susan Peters and Elliott Reid take steps to wreck the matri monial bliss between Mary au thor of a bestselling book about pre war and their new Her MORE CONTRIBUTORS TO RED CROSS DRIVE ARE ANNOUNCED Other Townships Of Northwest Plymouth District Complete Work Below is published another install ment of contributors in the recent Red Cross War Fund Drive in north west Plymouth The North western Bull Telephone Company is a recent contributor of to the lo ial Red Cross Wostfleld Township and Eugene and Ernest An Frank Robert Jeorge Tom Ben H Thomas Walter Wahl Miles Nancy Harvey Daryl Tay Harold Jam bert By public to become effective at he close of the present school year the of and the sajme has been ac septed by the board of Fowler has served as prin cipal of Junior High and four years as superintendent in the local school system and has made a very fine rec ord as an in maintain ing high standards of He is considering several offers that will mean an but has not yet definitely decided which he will The school board has already elected as Fowlers successor for the coming school who has been superintendent of the Larch school the past three Finley has bought the Wilier residence property on east Reed street and will move his family here after the close of the pres ent school Holy until April High Mass and Benedic with the Blessed Westfield April Stations of the Confessions will be heard April Holy FATHER BIG SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH April Friday The choir will sing and the pastor will preach on the sub The Crucifixion of April Pre worship prayer Morning worship sermon mother a participant in events youths labelling the their lurid Resurrection of Jesus special sing ing by the Sunday school hour let us keep the Sunday school The choir will present an Easter enti The First Easter Atthe opening of the the Rite of Baptism be April week We sball finish the Book of You will always find a warm wel come in the white church on the The lowest 4H club held its regu lar monthly meeting March at 8 in the Westfield school Bruce county ex tension was present for the After the business portion of the meeting was games and refreshments were enjoyed by the girls and 4H described in her the arouse Marshalls cause him to distort the meaning of apparently innocent actions and suc ceed in separating the Mean Susan falls in love with a young dramatic Richard whom Elliott tries to isolate by the same method inflicted on Having herself learned a Su san effects a reconciliation between her mother and winning top place again in the affections of miiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniin LOCAL NEWS NOTES niHiininiiniiiiiiHiiminiiiiiiiniHiiniiiiii Fay Chambers left yesterday for a visit with his sister and brother at East Clara Raish went to Sioux City last Friday for a few days visit with Orin Harris visited over the week end with her Lois a student at Teachers and Karch and her Miss Charlene of Sioux were week end visitors in the home of and Walter The Utile Dulce club will sponsor slides on the Good Will Industries and a musical program at the Meth odist church April at 8 Lunch will be 25 and Gasman received word from their Jack Gus who has been in training in the at the University of Wyo that he has been trans ferred to Fort Little where he is now stationed in 262nd 66th Albert El Edward Glen Walter Bea Rozelle Juno Strachey Elmer Ander John Edward Ev erett Amos Earle David Mike Dyke Joe Tom Lester John Jesse Lizzie Rudolph Fred Arthur Harry Robert Frank Elizabeth and Mary Van and John and Art Roland Roy Theodore Wil John Bur yanek Harold Ray Carl Richard Fro and Henry and John Ernest John John Arthur Brun Clarence Paul James Marvin Louis Carl Wyatt Clayton Vance Otto Alfred Fred August John Ray Albert Carl John Ralph Scur Robert Robert and Spencer Wallace Robert Fred Frank Bert How Francis Art Edith Elmer John Neuna Harry Mc Sarah Adolph Lois Ed mund Edwin Clif ford Arden John TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school at 10 Divine worship 11 Good Friday services will be con ducted at our church at The Mission Circle will meet in the church parlors on Tuesday wit If all members The Mis sion Circle will entertain the Bruns ville Lutheran Ladies Aid at this The Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors on with Henry Hitzemann as The Lutlior Loague will moot in the church parlors on Thursday with the August Meske family serv Please leave your canned goods and fresh fruits for the Akron Hospital either at the church basement or par sonage Please bring your Easter memorial flowers to church on Wo plan to have some lowering plants in our church Sunday in honor of the men in the We welcome you to worship with CHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at 10 Easter service at Plcaso noto the time of the service for Eas ter Good Friday service at Trinity at The Mission Circle will meet at Ak ron on Tuesday The Luther League will meet at Ak ron on Thursday We welcome you to worship with OLD ESTABLISHED GRAIN FIRM GOES OUT OF BUSINESS Burnight And Son Operated Elevators In Several Different Towns An item that may be of interest to oldtime fanners is that Bur night closed a deal last week for the sale of his grain elevator at Chats to John owns and the sion About fifty years Bur started buying grain and livestock in Akron and later expanded operates new owner the Akron Feed taking posses liis business until Burbank and Elk Akron he was buying at S and and PLEASANT HILL CHUROH Sunday school at Morning worship at DONALD Ray West Porters 4H Girls Total iiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii LOCAL NEWS NOTES Fred Richters made a business trip to Sioux Lydia Har rir and BiHteMiller Were Sfotix City visitors Mrs Helen Pike left Tuesday for a visit with her son and other relatives und friends at Ainarillo Ross left yesterday for a visit with her and her Forrest and family in Dunne recently of the local Gamble who recently entered the Army is stationed at Camp Van Laura Mills loft Monday for a visit with her daughters in and She will also go to Indiana before Minnie of has taken a position as clerk in the hard ware store of her Fred She and her two children are living in an apartment over the The Easter given by a union choir of local church es in the New Auditorium last eve under the direction of Miss Lor raine was very well Bach number on the program was ca pably presented and much Henry Dirks and Burrill at About the year Burnight purchased the Cliatsworth with Elmer Sayles as resident man after a few years was suc ceeded by who oper ated the elevator for ton or twelve He was succeeded by George after Burnights death in continued as buyer and manager of the elevator for Bur until the present Sev eral years while still managing the Burnight Schafer bought the south elevator in Chats which he still owns and oper This sale marks the closing chapter to the grain and livestock business of the Burnight father and us many years ago the Akron elevator and later sold the Westfield elevator to and last week sold tho Chats worth which was the last one he EASTER PROGRAM AT UNION CREEK LUTHERAN CHURCH Johnson Township John Emil Glen Herman Fred Roy Alex Clark John Hubert Arnold Frank Fred Breit Joseph John Henry John Jesse Henry Herbert Alfred Joseph John Andrew Fred Grant Henry Herbert Bertsel Elmer Cloyd George Eldon James Mad Fred Frank Schiefen Vernon Eugene Frank Helen Jesse Glen John Fred Chester Harvey Her Herbert Herman Carl Frank George Continued on inside page ended the Republican state conven tion in DOS Moines last being members of the delegation from Plym They were accompanied by Dirks Leonard home on furlough from who visited a VT few days with friends in Des m the Navy V12 The following program is to be giv en by tho Sunday school of the Union Creek Lutheran church on Easter Sun day April at 10 o which everyone is cordially invited to attend Hymn by Entire Responsive Gloria Prayer Response Shirley Stine In Our Fathers Hymn by Entire When Jesus Walked in Ardys The Meaning Eric Piano It Was Night John the Sun Was Risen Mark That Very Day Their Eyes Were Opened Luke 24 Plymn by Entire There Shall Bo No Night There Tho Threefold Elwin a Senior in Akron went to Dos Moines yesterday to take the physical examination for where he was formerly Coming as a pleasant surprise to relatives and friends here was a tele gram announcing the marriage March at of Corporal Al bert youngest son of of this to Miss Cledyth of The brides parents live at where she is a clerk in a The groom is sta tioned at where he is in service in the Desert The many local friends of Tone extend congratulations and very best On display in the RegisterTrib unes front window are a number of articles sent by Harold Gillespie from to his There is dis played a couple of exquisitely hand carved teakwoocl boxes and a small table a pair of beautifully pat terned a handworked spread and a rather grotesque fiddle of some of apparently ancient and a They are articles one sel dom sees in this Gil lespie has for some time been playing with a 14piece Swing Patrol traveling about and the soldiers with dances and shows at the recreation Melvin Doug las the commanding officer of the Gillespie left Califor nia January going to Austra lia and then to He is now a can didate for cadet He will complete his school work COUNTY SPEECH FESTIVAL HERE New Auditorium To Be Scene Next Wednesday Afternoon And Evening MM The County Speech Festival will be held in the New Auditorium of the Ak ron school April The festival will be on a noncompetitive A judge has been who will give constructive criticism to the The afternoon will start at will consist of seven which arc Oral Interpretative Read Discussion Childrens Story Extemporaneous Speak ing and Radio The evening program will be an open at which time each school puts on their own form of entertain ment in the form of oneact pantomimes and other group enter There is no charge for either the afternoon or evening performance and the public is assured of a fine Buy Victory StampsBonds 1   

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