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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - May 25, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                V6LUME 57 MAY 1944 NUMBER 42 THIRTYONE MEN FROM PLYMOUTH TAKE EXAMS Most Of Those Reporting 1 And Only Pew Are Fathers A May contingent of thirtyone Plymouth county men left LeMars on Thursday morning of last week for Camp DCS to take their preinduction physical exrimin atioris for military As foui were transferred out and three trans ferred to this county by other this made thirtytwo county regis trants reporting for their physical examinations last The national selective service system has again changed itspolicy and is how releas ing for publication the names of those called for Most of the men reporting last week are aged 26 or under and only three or four are The younger men are largely thoSe who have held farm deferments or those who have recently become 18 years of Men over125 cannot now be sent to fill from the west part of Plym county who left for preinduc lion examination last Thursday were Eldon Marvin Clifford William Floyd George Richard Jake A WELL KNOWN AKRON WOMAN CALLED TO HER REWARD Jane widow of the late and a resident of Akron vicinity for many pass ed away in her apartment at the Ken dall Sunday May lST4lfatthr dge months and 19 She had been in failing health for some Boden was svidejy known and highly esteemed among many who extend sym pathy to the She is survived by four living in one in and one in Sioux Falls also by four brothers andpne All of her sonsand one brother and her sister were here to attend the funeral held Wednesday at 9 in Patricks Catholic Ernst Interment was in the Catholic An obituary will be published next OIMANUEL ENO CHURCH school at 10 m Preaching service at 11 by Roger of J Confirmation class at 2 General Board meets Sunday at in the Ladies Aid meets in the church parlors Thursday June John Frisk and Emil ONION CREEK CHURCH Divine services at 11 Missionary program by at Luther May iat and Lawrence Ericson and and Leslie 01 LESLIE CADET NURSING Application blanks and informa tion concerning Cadet Nursing may be obtained at the Akron Hospital from Miss Margaret MEMORIAL DAY TO BE OBSERVED HERE Seibert Will Be Speaker Of Day At Cemetery Exercises There will be the customary observ ance of Memorial Day in Akron next May with memorial ser vices in the Assembling at 10 oclock at the Masonic Temple cor the Akron High school band and the American color bearers will head tiie which will proceed to the Big Sioux river bridge for the usual services honoring the sailor Following that will be appropriate ceremonies at both the Catholic and Kiytjrside At the memorial exercisesin River C pas tor of Presbyterian in will be speaker of the v Buy Defense StampsBonds METHODIST CHURCH NOTES The most real thing in the world to you is self fac that you are aware of Wha are you doing to make that self bet ter from day to from week to week Come to church next Sunday We will soon make the announce ment as to the date for our Daily Va cation Bible We could use two more The school wil last two and be only in the af Next Sunday is Memorial Sunday Your pastors theme will be based on This day shall be for a is sin with all the pleasure taken out and only the sting left We know that any body is welcome in any church in this Why not go to one of them next Sunday morn ing Besse Lias and Miss Hattie Sayles will entertain the Womens Society next Wednesday afternoon at he The Goodwill truck will be in Ak June Bags may be secured rom Burket or your pas ALBERT ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Next Sunday is Pentecostal Sun Preaching at 11 Sermon What Is Pentecost The Scripture lesson from Acts Christian Preaching 8 Last Sunday ten persons from the congregation of this church attended Homecoming at the Moville ihurch and enjoyed the Go ng from here were and Art Netley and and Richard Milner and two daugh and Foster and LOCAL NEWS NOTES Dalton and visited relatives in Sioux Misses Lois Popken and Sally Gant vent to Sioux to take Mrs Merlin Henke and left Tuesday for a visit with her and Roy at Lone Elroy from the Sioux ralls Air spent Sunday with he Herman Jacobs family and other rionds Philip and Vincent McMahon and iane Sayles went to to visit their and Frank James Klauer came Tuesday rom Camp near to pend a furlough with his wife and hildreu and other relatives and Herman of and of came Saturday to visit n the homes of their and Ross Harkness came from Sno last weekto assist in he care of her Hamil who was seriously Ham Iton is much as his nany friends are glatl to George Thorberg en oyed a weeks visit cwith his mother ncT other relatives and friends at returning Paul Stoel was in charge of the Idite Shop during their of the who had been visiting his wife nd and Conners and as fell as other relatives and friends ere for about two left Mon ay for the Naval hospital at Beth near Louis of Des he former Miss Helen who aught in the Primary department of lie local schools a couple of years visited Miss Lorraine DySard nd other the latter part f last whose hus and is in the armed eaeliiug near dur ng the past and Clyde DySnrd and Carol left yesterday or a visit with home folks at who has been ath etip coach and an instructor in unior High school here the past year a is shipping his household to where he will eaih in the schools next He vill attend summer school at State D DySard nd family have many friends luring their residence in who egret haying them who vish theiii happiness and success in heir new DIPLOMAS ARE AWARDED CLASS OF TWENTYSIX GRADS Commencement Exercises Held Thursday Evening In New Auditorium The Akron High school annua Commencement exercises drew an al most capacity attendance at the New Auditorium last Thursday evening when a very interesting program was As the processional was played bj Miss Margie the twentysix members of the graduating class and the high school faculty proceeded clown the aisles to their appointed places in the front rows of which were roped off in the class col ors of light blue and The invo cation was given by As class JoAnn Nygard effectively used The Takeoff as ler The girls glee di rected by Miss Lorraine mu sic sang This Is My Lountiy and Softly As the Morn ng in a most pleasing man The scholarship and efficiency awards were then made by Miss Eelen Hicks and Miss the detailed report of which is given at he close of this Bruce Bro die and Elwin as covaledic presented a novel and clever description of the progress of the IJlass of 1044 in its journey througl he grades and completion of the high chool comparing it to the va steps and stages in the construc tion of a modern The Com mencement address was delivered by Thomas of the History department of Morningside Sioux who gave a scholarly and nformative presentation of his sub Our Heritage and Our Respon which held the close at nrtgreijt also directed by Hiss sang splendidly two British Childrens Pray er and Madrigal in Pres entation of the Class of 1944 by Vliss Helen acting superin endent of and the presenta ion Of diplomas was by Otto resident of the board of Phe exercises came to a close with he benediction by Charles Congratulations were then of ered by relatives and friends to the lass of comprised twelve oys and fourteen as follows Merlow ules Betty Audrey Bruce Elwin Audrey Don Lois Lorraine Loraine Kop Evelyn Ted lyril Arlene Lloyd Joyce JoAnn Ny Betty Richard Jobert Frances Rod ney Betty Jeanette cholarship and Efficiency Awards Miss Helen acting superin announced the following awards in High school Seniors Elwin Conner and JoAnn Juniors Charles Wetzeler and Kathleen Sophomores Maybelle Burrill and Arnold Perfect Attendance awards First Grade Richard Cenneth Second Grade Mary Ellen Wetz Third Grade Sandra Ev rett Fourth Grade Gerald Fifth Grade Claude Clark Helen Eula Ma Sixth Grade Claire Don Joanne Mildred On Seventh Grade Betty Donna Marilyn Jaunv Eighth Grade Marian Ceith Ninth Grade Junior irgil Tenth Grade Maybelle irginia Eleventh Grade Bernice Ander Charles Lois Dorothy The Sixth grade presented vorth of Defense to be used iy the school to buy This noney was earned by the pupils of hat grade during the school Miss Lorraine music in announced and presented he following awards in the Musio lepartment Most Outstanding Senior Musio Student Lorraine Continued on last page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Comprising the talking picture en tertainment at the Norka Theater the coming week will be a a com a war drama and a musical pre On the program Friday and Satur day May 26 and will be a double feature 1 an other crackin good enti Leather with Boyd and Andy Clyde in the ably abetted by Jay Victor George Shelley Bobby George Forbes Murray and Hal Ranch ers are being harried by who run off their shoot up the town and oven resort to One of the who is actually the leader of the tries to throw Hoppy and his pals offthe but Hoppy doesnt fall for his tricks and the whole gang end up behind An excellent representative of he Hopalong Cassidy this newest will more than satisfy the cans of both the series and all west Feature 2 will be another of the popular Three Stooges com The for Sunday and Monday May 28 and will be a war n which there is fine acting by a cast studded by such actors as Margaret Ann Joan Vlarsha Fay Diana Frances Ella Heather Dorothy Con nie Gloria Grafton and Fely There is presented a dra inspection of the MiingK womon say and do and think when caught up n the maelstrom of with partic ular emphasis on the tiansition of heir attitudes from of resent ment at having the calm of their lives disturbed to one understanding ng and pity wrought iby the dawning that they ore ffiss a nurse and victim of malignant guards the secret of her marriage to an officer on Ba aan Her superior Fay i hreatens to send Jier to vhere a cure could be She to in order to be near her With the Japs pressing uck Mac Arthurs more women ire needed to help in the hospital and nine women from various walks of ife volunteer and are brought The tory closes with the death of Miss Sullavans who never ap iears in the the revelation of heir and surrender to the The title of the picture to be pre ented Tuesday and Wednesday eve May 30 and i typical hillbilly deliberate y aimed at those who like A Doling band leader and his men change Jaces and style with a rural orches ra in hopes of getting a radio con They have to earn their keep working on a farm run by five at ractive Complications arise ue to the and nearly ipset the budding romance between he band leader and the oldest Vhen the contracts finally come the men change their minds nd decide to remain on the hile the girls go on the iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiD LOCAL NEWS NOTES The Ration Board office will not be pen next Tuesday Memor al Ivyl of vis in the home of her husbands pa and Avery the rst of the Walter Richard Coyle and irnold Morehead enlisted in f the State at They ttend drill with the company each Monday Allen Van Pelt and little f came last Thursday veiling for a visit with her and Ray Webb and ear Kluender went to Sioux Iity last Friday to join her husband n making a home Kluen formerly Miss Betty was member of the Akron High school naduating class last Thursday Hartman arrived Monday rom the Army Air Base at DeRidder to spend a furlough vith his his Mar aret and other relatives nd He was fqrmerly in raining at Sheppard Miss Phyllis Harms came by train rom Sioux Falls and went to Bruns ille to visit her and and other relatives he latter part of the Miss larois graduated from a nurses raining course in Sioux Falls last and was a member of the grad TUCKER TOSSES NORUN GAME AT AIRMEN Giltedge Support By Teammates Gives 20 Win To Akron Sunday The Akron baseball team played jaine against the Sioux City Air Base team Sunday on the Bast that can go down in the his tory and one which was also the culmination of a pitchers dream so far as Emery dependable Akron pitcher is as it iroved to be a nohit norun game foi lim and a 2 to 0 victory for ft was the only nohit norun win by in Akron team in a full nineinning within tiie memory of this which covers a period of about fortyseven A week ago Sunday the Air Base eam came to Akron for what was the initial contest of the season for both of Akron winning in a 12 to Akron secured a return game at the Air Base for last with the promise that they would face a much stilfer lineup which cer tainly proved to be the as four Air Base pitchers hold Akrons play ers to four while both of their two runs were The Air Base sent Brutski to the pitchers box to open the and Brown and Tucker were in field Swalley lived on sec ond basemans bobble of his ground Hartman delivered the only ex tra base hit of the a ringing putting Swalley on third but Miller went out on Emery Tucker started bearing down on the Airmen right from the Bowker grounding Palermo fanning and Biggs lofting to left In Akrons top of the Wetz eler went clown Enockson ambled to first when nicked a pitched but was anchored there while Feauto also swung out and Tucker hoisted to It was about the some story for the Ze shonski living on shortstops Galicano Bright was snuffed out on a fly to Ciaroccus hop per to short forced Zeshonski out at It was onetwothree for Akron in he third Brown lining tc Tucker grounding out and Swalley Air Base fared the Wasson lining to short and who pitched in the third in lined out to while Bow ser was a strikeout Akron broke into the scoring col umn in the Hartman was re ired on a smack to Miller ivas safe on a scratch went to hird on Wetzelers hit and scored when Enocksons slow grounder was aken at first Feauto stopped rally on a groundout to the t was short shrift for the Air Base u its Palermo got a life on an error by Biggs was out on i nicely cnught fly in left field y Feauto raced in and caught Zeshonskis fly to short right and Palermo was doubled away oft irst to retire the In Akrons Tucker and Brown grounded Tuck r drove the ball to deep ut Zeshonski grabbed it on the run with his bare cutting off what would otherwise have been an extra ase In the Airmens Gali ano struck Bright drove one lown the first base which Hart nan smothered and recovered for the out on a pretty Ciarrocca was out on another nice running catch in eft pitching for the Base didnt give Akron a lookin in the sixth Swalley Hart nan bouncing one to the box and Mil er lofting out to For the A Matava Petrullis lived on an error at taking and caching third on Bowkors out from to Palermos caught fly center retired the a in the box the struck out Snockson and Feauto in t was also onetwothree for the Base Biggs grounded short to irst Zeshonski struck and Gali cftno grounded third to Akron threatened in the top of the Tucker took first when lipped by a pitched took second on a passed ball and advanced to the ar corner on Browns ground McCarthy then put on pressure and Tucker and Swalley o ground out to the The Air Base hopes arose in their half when Bright took first when hit by a pitched But twas no as uating class at here this Augustana College skied out to Matava Continued on inside page TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor The Confirmation service will begit at will be no Sun day The following children will be confirmed Arnold Krause Wilma Delmar Andresen Florence George Hitzemann Vcrnice Richard Le anna Charles Darlen Lester Alma John son and Robert Examination of children of Con flrmation class will be held on Fridaj beginning at A special service of dedication of the service flag will also be held Friday All parents and husbands of the mei in the service are requested to bt Daily Vacation Bible School wil ipen May The schoo he conducted from to All children of school age are requested to be We welcome you to worship with OHATSWORTH Pastor There will be no service at Mat The congregation is iordially invited to attend the Con irrnation service at Hervice for June as fol ows Sunday and Divine Worship with Holy at S The Ladies Aid will meet in the jarish hull on June with Gert as We welcome you to worship with LEASANT CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at Ladies Aid will meet in the home jf Paul Papritz on Wednesday May All ure We are expecting another pastor or June Watch for further an DONALD iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiin LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiimiunnnniiiiiiniimia HarleySmall camefrom Sioux City or a visit with relatives the latter of the Miss Hattie Snyles went to Saturday for a visit in the home f her Miss Leila Harvey and Jack visited rela ives in Sioux City last Mrs Kermit Knudson and daugh left the first of week or a visit with relatives and friends i and Miss Charlotte Baker came from lioux City last Friday and visited er and nd in the home of her Carl The TwoinOne 4H club met Fri May at the Kervyn Bradley when plans were discussed for lie conservation tour in Union coun on May Smith and cut to imith visited a few days with her lother and other but James emaitifd to work in the bus depot iere for his Perry Sperling Anderson came Sat rday to spend a furlough with his amily und He has cemplet il his basic training at Camp McClel and will now be as igned to duty at Camp Mis A Stanley Products Demonstra on is being sponsored by the Brule Iroek Ladies Aid in the church btise icut Wednesday May Everyone Aid members will lease bring a guest and doughnuts or Ted northeast of gave a birthday party to sev ral little last Thursday af May in honor of the third irthday of her Mary allies were played and a nice lunch Oil the birthday cake were iree pink and Elbert Youngstrom nd visited his moth and other elatives and friends here several serving in Coast has been tationed at but is ow being1 to Fort They left Tuesday and foungstrom accompanied them to ioux and Walter Bennett re urned to their southwest of last week from a four months ojourn in visiting rela ives in Los Angeles and vhere three of Bennetts broth Gilbert and former esidents They also vis ed their nepjjtewy Harold and amily in Phoeiiix Thejf report very pleasant in the and Bennetts health is also much iiu ANNUAL POPPY DAY TO BE OBSERVED HERE SATURDAY Support Of Sale Asked To Assist Disabled War Veterans and Families Every penny from poppies that will be sold on the streets of this and thousands of other villages imd cities in the country is contrib uted to tiie welfare and rehabilitation work of The Legion and of the Auxiliary said Because this work s being done by the money joes a long Many people have wondered what vill become of the money collectedfiy he volunteer workers on Poppy May I wish thatevery me could see what help this money jrings to the disabled and their Children left fatherless by two vorld wars are the special concern of he Legion and the Their leeds lire often especially their luman We try to give them omfort both for the body and the Of the government looks after the physical welfare of the dis bled men who are in hospitals in al nost every but there ure things vhich the government cannot pro such as the understanding aid nd the personal attention that so iten helps a disabled man and which fteri helps to keep a family together vhen the chief breadwinner is inca This is what the money from the oppy Sale helps to And re hope that this year more and more leople will buy the poppies and show heir interest in and their sympathy or the men who have fought for hem and are now struggling to get ack to the point where they can gain Our Doppy Headquarters will be in the endall Hotel JUNIOR MISSIONARY PROGRAM The following program will be giv n at Union Creek May at 10 Shall I Render Unto lod Confinna on Loves by Arlys Recitation Gods by elma Lou Blessing the Child by Dennis Report of Junior Ericson and lone Missionary Notes Lavon Fiek Song Love to Offering Fickbohm nd Edwin We invite you to worship with us t this BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Sunday May Uni ed Service of followed by 10 Sunday school 8 OU choir prayer and ible OLEN FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 ARMY AIRMAN WINS BRIDE IN SOUTH Leverne Klemme And LaVonne Hornstein Take Vows At Worth In a candlelight ceremony read by Wold on May at the Trinity church in Fortr Miss LaVonne Horn stein became the bride of Leverne Attending the couple were and Warren The bride wore a white with a corsage of The bride is the daughter of and Clarence of The who is stationed at Fort Worth Army Air is the son of Mr and Einil west of The newly married couple are mak ing their home in Fort Their many friends wish them much joy and   

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