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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - April 20, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                V i ICTORV BUY imtTio 7AR IONDS AND VOLUME 57 APRIL 1944 NUMBER 37 MUSICIANS WIN MANY HONORS IN DISTRICT MEET Local First Division Winners To Compete In State Contest The young people of the Music de partment of the Akron High school made a splendid showing in the dis trict High School Music Contest held at Sioux last April winning seven firsts and eight seconds in the fifteen against strong competition from a number of other High To the local young people who have spent so much time and effort in developing their tal ent to a point which enabled them to achieve these fine as well as to their Miss Lorraine Dy head of the Music department in pur for her highly efficient training and handling of the various the community extends sin cere congratulations and wishes for continued success in their Akrons first division winners in the contest at Sioux Center were High School Girls Glee comprised of Lorraine Virginia Audry Kathleen Phyllis Stryzew ski and Frances Brass comprised of Junior Elwin Alan Marianne Maybelle Burrill and Elwood Vocal Vocal belle Vocal These with the exception of Band and Girls Glee will compete inthe State Music Contest at on Friday and Satur April 28 and No State Con test is bejng held for bands and large vocal groups this Local winners in the second divis Sioux1Center were Clarinet comprised of Phyllis Joann Phyllis Staee and Elsie Trombone Cornet Mezzo Soprano Solo Kathleen Contralto Clarinet Boys Glee Mixed piano accompanists for the various numbers were Miss Carl Charles Norma Lee Rossow and Phyllis METHODIST OHUROH NOTES Last Sunday was but we trust next Sunday will be High Sunday with another large at tendance at both the Sunday school and the worship Your pastor will preach The Glory1 of which will be an ideal message to lead you to real worship of Come and bring your The church represents absolutely the only worldwide fellowship that now has a network ready made for initiating and it will be ready to offer effective counsel when plans for reconstruction are un der Henry Smith The men of our church are planning a Big Feed at the church dining room next Tuesday We expect to have roast potatoes and cabbage bread and coffee and a dessert The men are preparing it and will serve this meal to about fifty or sixty There will be no charge for this fine AVe are having it for a real fel lowship and a celebration of the fourth anniversary of the Gods Acre Plan in our AVe want all the men who have been supporters of our church or who wish to become workers with ns to join in this fine fellowship next April The dinner will be served at 8 Christians are like square and are of little use unless kept in Come to church and it will Dreams never come true to the per son who does not wake up and AVe have Prayer Meeting each week at 8 oclock Our Young People are to go to the Youth Rally next Sunday afternoon at Grace Sioux The meeting starts at ALBERT LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The American Legion Auxiliary will hold their annual Hospital Silver April at 2 o Keep the date in The public LOCAL NEWS NOTES Operations at the Akron Hospital A daughter of Henry near Hinton appendectomy son of Elmer of ton silectomy Martin of Hud A daughter of Ralph of near and the baby of Roy of near Alces were medical Herbert of visited his and and other relatives here the firstof the AKRON CLUBWOMEN ATTEND MEETING Annual Federation Meet Is Held At Hinton Last Thursday The Federation of Womens clubs of Plymouth county held their annual meeting in the Methodist church at Hinton last April with about seventyfive club women in at nearly a dozen going from At the morning Mar tin Van of Orange Eighth delivered an address numbers on the pro were Assembly by Wal ter Albert of Ethel sSff1 of Jessie oj Moryljm Spauld high school i ft at community opened with as sfiSgtijgj and Ethpl Hart Red Cross vices to Zetta Continued on last page Tom Cunningham made a business trip to Sioux Ivyl of vis ited in the Avery Small home several days last of Sioux spent Sunday with her Eunice George Lubben returned Tues day to after a visit with her and James Campbell came Monday from Des Moines to visit in the home of her soninlaw and and Robert August Anderson of and Hilda of were is sued a marriage license at the court house in Sioux City the first of the i Arthur who has been staying with her left Tuesday for her home at her husband being ill in a Beatrice Sorenson recently re ceived word that her Melvin who has been stationed on an island in the South near the has been transferred to the Hawaiian Ole Overby returned Saturday to the Army Air Base at after spending a furlough of about a week with his and John west of and among other relatives and and Jacob LaFoy and and Miss Geraldine of Storm were guests Sun day of their f and Ger ald Smith and in the Smith LaFoy is athletic coach in the Storm Lake High Leo local lineman for the Northwestern Bell Telephone has been off duty recently as the re sult of spraining his ankle in a fall from a He was laid for some time last year with ah injured knee but does not wish this sort of thing to become a Philip Aalfs and who had been visiting her Grace and other relatives and returned Monday to near where her hus ADOLPH BUR Y ANEK CALLED BY DEATH LASTSATURDAY Heart Attack Proves Fatal To Esteemed Westfield Resident Adolph a well known and highly esteemed farmer and a resi dent of Westfield township for more than fifty passed away suddenly from a heart attack at his home in April shortly after partaking of the morning He had been in failing health the past two years and for six months had bedfast much of the His continued ill health had made it necessary for him to give up farming and he and his family were just getting settled in the home they had bought in Westfield when the sud den summons He had attained the age of 54 years and 22 Adolph son of Frank and Mary was born at South March Late in the some year his parents moved to locating on a farm near AVest Here he grew to young man hood and received his On January he was united in marriage with Miss Bessie Kohout in and they began house keeping on a farm near where they had since There came to bless their union three James and and six Marlis and Mary the two lat ter being with the mourn the loss of a kind and devoted husband and Buryanek is also survived by two John of and Ambrose of Akron two John and Thomas of Westfield a Mary of and three James of and Joseph of McPher He was preceded in death by his and by two half Charles and Frank Bur Buryanek was a man of fine industrious habits and a pleasant He took proper interest in the affairs of his commun serving as a school board member at Westfield for several years and re signing last spring because of He served in World War I and was a member of Hosehler American of He will be sincerely missed and mourned in the community where he had spent nearly all the years of a useful Sympathy is extended the bereaved services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Westfield Congrega tional Steekj the A number of mem bers of Hosehler American Le attended the services and accord ed their departed comrade military honors at the burial in the cemetery east of Legionaires acting as pallbearers were Joe Fred Dike Herman Herman Fredricks and Relatives who came from a distance were Betty Miss Em ily Uzel and Albert all of and Leo of Camp CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Akron Holy Mass The third and fifth Sundays of the month at The second and fourth Sundays of the month at Confessions will be heard at 4 and 8 on Saturdays preceding the third and fifth Sunday of the TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The program of talking picture en tertainment at the Norka Theater for the comingweek will consist of a rous ing a a drama and a Shown on the screen Friday and Saturday April will be a double 1 will be a William Boyd Border Pa The mecca Of missing men iurns out to bo a hidden which Americans and Mexicans are forced to operate under gunpoint of gang Hoppy and liis sidekicks fall into the plot Ho is cap tured and but manages to escape and clean out the lawless cow This one in the Hopalong Cas sidy series bus the advantage of a story that is giving the film ful without slowing its it builds logically to a tem pestuous The west ern comedy gags by Andy Clyde and a general atmosphere of the great open spaces will satisfy all west ern fans and delight the followers of Hopalong The new gir Claudia with a larger pai than most of the femmesin this serie handles it very Feature 2 i a streamlined Tanks A Mi with William On the Norka program for Sunda and Monday April 23 an will be the 20th CenturyFo with a fine cas beaded by Tallulah Tin is the story of three women and si in a lifeboat after th sinking of a freighter by a Germa submarine hating doping and of their eventual rescu ay an Allied Lifeboat car not be termed entertainment in th general sense of that for its a Biosphere is despite th moments of humor but it is still so en grossing and moves along so smootl ly that one cant help but be impress ed with the Talullah Bunk head is just as those who have follow ed her career would expebt her to be Philip is statiojned with the Seventh Service Jean Keane accompanied her sister to Sioux James Klauer and returned Monday evening from a sev eral days with their husband and James who is stationed at Camp Grant near Rock Klauers Minnie who had been stay ing in her home during her returned Tuesday to Westfield Holy Mass The third and fifth Sundays of the month at The second and fourth Sundays of the month at Confessions will be heard at 8 FATHER ONION CREEK CHURCH No service or Sundwy school Sun April Divine services April at 11 Sunday school April at 10 Ladies Aid on April at Henry Smith and Ely LESLIE Gunhild Johnson returned last Friday from an extended stay with relatives at San this she presents a1 talent tha is refreshing and invigorating an possessed by if other act It is an unusual and absorbing The attraction for Wednesday eve April will be a comedywith Swing Out the witl Bob Haymes and Lynn Merrick in the leading It is the story of a singer and his hand and their struggli for They finally get a one night stand at a debut There the singer ends up by marrying the The jealousy of the young lady artist who go them the causes a but the wife remains where she is until her baby is and all ends well when the singer shows up in nilllHIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllll LOCAL NEWS NOTES Helen Adams was a visitor in Sioux Jans left last Friday for a few days visit with relatives in Sioux City anl near Dakota Ted Buruight and children went to Hawarden last Friday to visit her mother and other relatives and Clemen tson came Friday from Sioux City for a visit in the home of his AVinifred Thompson went to Iowa City last Friday to receive further treatment for her eyes at the Univer sity A pastor of Trin ity Lutheran attended the reg ular spring conference at on Tuesday and AVednesday of this Flynn went to Sioux City last Friday for a brief visit with after which she left for a visit with her nieces several weeks in The Senior class of Akron High will sponsor a bake sale at the Woidenfel ler Saturday April Your patronage solicited and will be and Arthur Adams and family are enjoying a visit from their Fred and her came last week from Los Attorney Arden of was a visitor the latter part of the week in the homes of his Elva and his broth Hobart and Donald Major and Fred Seittf and Elizabeth of visited in the home of their Fred on Friday of last Major Seitz been stationed in England for the past COUNTY SPEECH FESTIVAL HELD IN AKRON LAST WEEK Merrill And Remsen Students Take Part There was a good representation of town schools at the seventh annual Plymouth County Speech Festival leld in the New Auditorium in Akron on Wednesday afternoon and evening of last Tlie schools partieipat ng in the which was spon sored hy the Plymouth County School ildministrutive were and Rein Akron had entries in five of the eight events in four Le in and in Events included in lie afternoon rogram were original oral interpretive and radio The evening program was devoted to the open event which each participating school was privileged to present any type of speech activity it Included in this group were a humorous rend ing by pantomimes by Hin a radio skit by and one act plays by Merrill and The festival was non competitive in but during the afternoon a critic in the person of John director of guidance in the Sioux City schools and former speech instructor at Bast high school was present to evaluate the work of the various speakers and to give criticisms and Preliminary local arrangements for the festival were made by Fowler and Miss Helen of the Akron Harvey chairman of the County Speech Festival commit served as general platfform chair Others assisting with the pro Marjorie Hinton Miss Adelaide of Rem sen Herbert of and of The Akron participants in the fes tival were Maybelle Bur Marian Marienau and Betty On nen Story Elsie Mae VTaybelle Burrill and Berlino Lew PIBST OHUROH OF CHRIST An engineering student once There is something about engineering that you cant fool The same thing is true with moral and spiritual A very profound truth is expressed in the of the above Our moral and spiritual standards have stood the tests of time for thous ands of Onlydestruction can await the nation or the individual who dares tamper too far with themYet there is a on the part of many in conforming to these stan Even the pillars of onr churches are not always so zealous ns they might be in living and teaching these great truths of Why not establish the habit of regular church attendance with your family There is something edifying and sobering about attending church a family sitting together in the same sirigng the same songs of wor feeling the same great Nothing more powerful has ever been devised to strengthen the family And thestronger these family ties the easier it becomes to hold to the moral and spiritual So come to church next with your family Bible school meets at 10 o Worship is at Sermon The Challenge of a Great Ladies Aid will meet on April Place and hostess to be an nounced BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES April Ladies Bible son Radio Randall Pol ock Lois TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school and Bible class at Divine worship 11 The Ladies Aid will meet in the ihureli parlors on with oyd Huebsch as Confirmation instructions every Sat urday from to We welcome you to worship with CHATSWORTH Pastor Divine worship service at 9 Sunday school at 10 The Ladies Aid will meet in the hurch parlors on Friday We welcome you to worship with BIG SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH April rayer Morning orship sermon The Trag dy of Going Half Way the choir ill Sunday school our where were you last Sunday Evening service of inspiration nd April lidweek You will always find a warm wel ome in the white church on the class meets with April Uni fied Service of followed by Sunday school April The Ladies Association meets with Clyde Will Nail is the assisting April 27 Prayer and Bible study at the parson WILL USE XRAY FILMS IN FIGHT ON TUBERCULOSIS Akron One Of Three Places In County Where Films Will Be Taken A miniature Xray film to be conducted in all Plymouth county high is being described to stu dents this week hy Public Health Nurses of Health District During tlie which is part of Iowas fight against miniature xray films will be taken on the following dates May in LtiMnrs public all May in Kingslcy public in the May in Akron public in the Purpose of the sponsored locally by the county medical society and the county tuberculosis associa in cooperation with the health department and state tuberculosis as is to discover those endan gered by tuberculosis before it has made serious inroads on OLEN USTAINS LEG FRACTURE N ACCIDENT ON FARM John southeast of as the victim of a painful and un ortunate accident late Saturday af when one of his legs was rushed and fractured above the e was trying to hook a hayloader uto a tractor in the and is young who was operating the backed a little too far and aught his father between the two Siebens was taken in IB Rossow ambulance to Josephs ospital in Sioux City for xray exam lation and treatment before the in ured limb was placed in a He ill be laid up for several weeks and accident was a particular misfor me just at the beginning of spring arm tMMANUEL OHUROH Sunday school at 10 m Preaching services at 11 con ucted by Roger of Confirmation 45 class will meet at Buy Victory StampsBonda LOCAL NEWS NOTES Qiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiim Thomas and went to today for u visit with relatives and Miss Lois Jean accompanied by two college came for a week end visit in the home of her and Orin Glen from Fort is spending a furlough with his and Walter and other relatives and Waterbury received word that liis Staff Donald AVater had arrived safely in England with a contingent of Miss Charleen Pollock returned to Sioux after a visit in the home of her Walter Miss Pollock plans to leave soon for New Vernon Everett arrived yester day from Fort to visit relatives and He is a para trooper and has been laid up with an other ankle Vernon Brown and three child who had spent a month in the home of her and near returned Tues day to of who had been visiting in the home of licr left Tuesday Cor her old to look after some bus iness Cool and cloudy weather has contin ued all with light rains Friday night and Monday and Wed nesday The moisture has been most and when the sun does come out and warm things will fairly Everyone took pride in the mild but the backward spring has been nothing to brag too much Those from here attending the coun ty convention of Womens Federated clubs which was held in the Methodist church at Hinton on April were Mesdames Tange Shoulberg and from the Book and Thimble and Mesdornes Claes Siebens and from the Ru ral Home Culture Miss Ruby who is in the employ of the Douglas Aircraft Com pany at came last week end for a visit in the home of her pa and northwest of She made the trip from Tulsa to Sioux City by Other relatives who were Sunday guests in the Bradley home were and Harmon Boyd and of Elk Point Harlan Bradley and fam ily and of Hawar den and Calvin Charlton and and Miss Colleen of and Kervyn Bradley and Funds from the sale of Christmas Seals in Plymouth county will finance the and examinations will be made only with written parental con Findings will lie reported only to parents and their family physi According to state tuberculosis casefinding direct high school students are entering the age period when tuberculosis takes its greatest Sponsors point out that it is good commonsense to find tuberculosis be fore it is too and state that there is no good reason why every stu dent should not take advantage of the examination The goal of the program is 100 percent partici including teachers and Bcbo61 FoTey Plymouth County LEGION AUXILIARY WILL GIVE SILVER TEA ON SATURDAY The public is cordially invited to at tend the annual Silver Tea at the Le gion Hall on April 22 at The Silver Tea is spon sored by the American Legion Auxili ary for the benefit of the Akron Hos An interesting and entertaining program has been with of as guest speak and musical numbers will be pre sented by Akron High school musie BORN A to and Neil of April A to and Rich ard south of April Jack Kramper and of spent a week in the home of and northeast of town who ac companied them on their return home GOPHER POISONING SCHOOLS SLATED Will Be Held On Union County Farms On April 25 and 26 How to poison pocket gophers and prevent serious damage to alfalfa fields will be demonstrated in Union April 25 and by Tom representative of the Fish and Wild Life in cooperation with local an nounces Harmon county exten sion in charge of Demonstrations will be held April 10 at the Hoflund five miles west of and at 2 at the Murtha onehalf mile west of Elk Point April in the at the Virgil Phelen four miles northwest of Akron in the at the Leslie Kra tochvil four miles east of Al All farmers and any others interested are invited to attend any of these PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at Social gathering will be this Friday April at the Fred Hansen Annual cemetery ineeting at church Monday April at Pleaso DONALD   

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