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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 1, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                BUY VDITIB TAR ONDS VOLUME 57 JUNE 1944 NUMBER 43 ESTEEMED AKRON WOMAN CALLED TO HER REWARD Jane Boden Had Resided In This Vicinity Sixtythree Years Brief mention was made in these columns last week of the death of Boden at her home in this city on Sunday May after having been in failing health several She had at tained the age of 74 10 months and 19 Her only George was at her bedside at the time of her Hiska Jane daughter of of and John wasi born July at Illi As a she came to Plym outh with her They lived at LeMars about two years and then located in Akron vicin which had remained Bo dens home for the past sixtythree She was united inmarriage with Andrew Boden at and they started housekeeping on Bodens near Later they farmed for many Their union was blessed with four one The preceded her parents in death at the age of about seventeen passed away March their west of Boden is survived by her four of of Sioux John and of Los by four Jacob and Klee man of Oregon Klee of and George of and one George of ter anot of a kind and devoted wife and a helpful and sympathetic friend and she will be sincerely missed in the had livedfor so many Funeral services were held on Wed nesday morning of last week in Patricks Catholic Ernst with many relatives and friends in Interment was in the Catholic ceme of were here to attend the one broth of and her George of AKRON SHUTS OUT LEGION TEAM Locals Have On Heavy Batting And Pile Up Seventeen Rims The Akron baseball team again had an easy time of it in defeating the Sioux Falls American team in a return engagement here the after noon of Memorial Akron won from them here Sunday 10 to Tuesday afternoon they ap plied a literal of whitewash to the upriver lads to the tune of Sioux Falls was supposed to bring a stronger team but the result did not indicate Emery started in the pitch ers box for Akron and during the six innings he worked only two bats1 men got to first and both of these in the fifth when a Sioux Falls player got a scratchy single and another man During the first four innings the visiting players retired in order and it appeared that Tucker might by headed for an other nQhitnprun such as he pitched against the Sioux City Air Base team on May As it he completed of nineteen in nings without being scored as he had twirled four scoreless frames against the Sioux City Air Base team on May In Tuesdays Bill Enockson the seventh and eighth in nings without allowing Sioux Falls a amj Ben home on f the ninth inning A ii TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school at 10 Divine service at Holy Communion will be celebrated Sun The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Herman Jacobs on Wed June The Luther League will meet in the church parlors on with the Stryzcwski family Daily Vacation Bible school will be conducted Monday through Friday from to The Western Group of the Wo mens Missionary Federation of the Iowa District of the American Lu theran church will meet at Craignext A delegation from Trinity plan to attend this We welcome you to worship with OHATSWORTH Pastor Service for June as fol lows Sunday and Divine Worship service with Holy at 8 The Luther League will meet on Thursday at with the Stry zewski family We welcome you to worship with PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 Everett Tracy is the new pas tor appointed to the Vermillion He has just finished his sem inary course and is ready for ordina tion this He will have charge of the morning service June 4 The Pleasant Hill congregation will always hold pleasant remembrance of Donald Thissell for his efficient ser vices during the past seven while the church was without a regu lar POSTHUMOUS AWARD MADE OF MARINERS MEDAL Mother Of Earl Kutil Is Recipient At Special Ceremony Here A most touching and impressive ceremony in connection with the Me morial Day exercises at Riverside cemetery Tuesday forenoon was the presentation of a posthumous award of the Mariners Medalof the United States Merchant Marine to Rose the mother of a young Third Assistant Engineer Earl Ma iion who lost his life while in the line of duty in the United States Maritime Service on June The presentation of the medal was made by of the Unit ed States Maritime who was sent here from especially for that In his presentation Breeht ex FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Sunday Bible school at m Preaching at 11 Minister IIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIII LOCAL raiiiiiiiH Miss Mary Alice of Iowa City was a guest week in the dome of Ethel and of visited relatives and friends here over Memorial The Kennedy and Brown families visited relatives at Lake Oko boji the first1 of the Schutt and of Sioux visited relatives and friends here the first of the The DeltaDek club will sponsor a benefit card party Thursday June at the Catholic parish The public cordially Victor who lives with his uncle and and Edor last Friday for a visit with his Dorrell in North Willard Johnson and daugh of came for a visit over Memorial Day with her Bessie and other rela tives and Elmer TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week There will be offered at the Norka Theatre in the way of talking picture entertainment the coming week an other live a musical in tech nicolor and a rollicking On Friday and Saturday June 2 and there will be a double 1 is a tale of the wild and woolly Frontier in which Robert Ann Noah Diana Leo Andy De Thomas Frank Laek ieeri William Farnum and Lon Cha ney do their stuff1 as it should be done in the way of fighting and All cattle to be shipped to go through the town of a town run by the crooked owner of a When a young cattleman arrives with his herd and learns that the men aro being he sets out to smoke out the secret combine behind the showing that there was racketeering in those days as well as at the present Feature 2 will Main Street An outstanding attraction for Sun day and Monday June and will be a swell musical shov in Broadway offering plenty of eyeappeal and goo jive interludes that will wi the solid satisfaction of the young sters and highly diverting entertainment that is sur to make a hit with the rest of th of South for like The AJjron players had their bat ting r1 clothes and by pounding the piteliers triples and scored three or more riins iri each of the sixth seventh in nings produce a total of seventeen The story would bo too long Continued on last page and Bertil of Sioux were visitors Memorial Day in the home of their niece and Eric Fred Mills and Shirley of and Chester Mills and of Ser geant were Memorial Day callers at the Harley Small Miss Laura Small returned with them for a weeks vacation and Gauged by public interest in the one can hardly realize that a statewide primary election is to be held in Iowa next June There is not a single contest for nom ination for county offices inPlym outh There is a contest for the Republican nomination as state senator in this This has been another great week for farming operations in this vicin the clear days making it possibleto complete much of the corn Some of the early planted corn is up and about ready for culti The only rain of the week was a lively thunder storm early this Thursday In certain lo calitiesa good rain would now be wel Tire temperature has been up in the 80 s this Mis who was adjudged the most outstanding stu dent in the Music department of the Akron public school at the recent commencement and who also won a superior rating as a so prano soloist at the State contest at has recently beeu awarded a scholarship in the Music department of Morningside Miss John son enrolled this week at Western Union to attend the summer school as did also Miss Frances of this Third Assistant Engineer United States Maritime Service plained that this was one of the first awards of this kind to be made and the first in the state of He stated that the Mariners Medal of the United States Merchant Marine is what the Order of the Purple Heart is in the Armed Forces and that this medal is presented to any Merchant Seaman who is injured or who has suffered exposure from an enemy Breeht then read the following splendid letter of explanation and commendation from Admiral to who with her and other members of their family were present Rose Dear Kutil By authority of the Congress of the United it is my honor to pre sent to the mother of Third As sistant Engineer Earl Marion the Mariners Medal in commemor ation of the f greatest service anyone con render cause or Third Assistant Engineer Kutil was Iqst when his the SS KNOX VILLE was torpedoed and sunk by the enemy June He was one of those men who today are so gallantly upholding the traditions of those hearty mariners who defied anyone to stop the American flag from sailing the seas in the early days of this He was one of those men upon whom the Nation now de pends to keep our ships afloat upon the perilous to transport our ships across those and to carry to them the vitally needed material to keep them fighting until victory is certain and liberty Nothing I can do or say in any requite the loss of your loved He has but he has gone in honor and in the goodly company of Let in this expression of the countrys deep also express to you its gratitude for his devotion and Sincerely Following is a brief biographical sketch of young man in whose memory and honor the Mariners Medal was presented Earl Kutil was born April in near Woon South and completed his schooling at the same In 1935 the family moved to Union their present Earl left the same year to join the American Merchant Marine Service and worked his way up to the posi Continued on last page The technicolor photography of sets off to the greatest ad vantage all the lavishness of the pro duction as a in addition ti this there is a tremendou amount of excellent talent capabl To there i George who carries off the lead role very acting with assur ance and doing his allotted share o dancing with ease then there is Chas in a part that is righ down his and he gives it every thing he makingit vie in import ance with that of Ginnj and pje seiiis nuinblers mostwihmrigly Lena who appears in only two is such an outstanding enter tainer that she almost steals the pic The presence and performonct of Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra will the younger people a plenti ful earful of popular as will the keyjingling pianistics of Hazei Nancy Walker and Ben Blue clown effectively Gloria The Ross Dean Murphy and many others all score outstandingly in their individual contributions to what adds up to a show with every thing seekers of diversion have a right to A Sailors is on the bilj for Wednesday June with Arthur Jane Law Bob Shelley Lewis Wilson and Edmund McDon aldin the leading Two mer chant seamen have two days of liberty in One has a girl friend here and she gets a lovely standin from one of the studios for the other They pair but each likes the other fellows Theyre all mis erable until the time for parting ar when they Then they find that the feeling is mutual and ex change girlfriends for a doublewed ding before reporting for nniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiniiin LOCAL NEWS NOTES yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiniiiiiiiiji Regular meeting of Vesper Friday June and Francis Boden came from California to visit relatives and friends here and in and Walter of Spen spent Memorial Day here with their Boh man and First Herbert Woudenberg was here last week from Camp War to visit his his Roy and other relatives and Mrs John Decker and who had been visiting her pa and Emil and other relatives and friends dur the past few left last Friday for their home in John Earnest and Ernest who had completed their boot training at the Naval Training came last to spend a furlough with their and other relatives and and Clair Campbell and of Grand returned home after spend ing a tenday vacation in the home of his and Camp They were dinner guests Thurs day evening in the home of his broth er and and Clifford MEMORIAL DAY THIS YEAR OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE Services At River Bridge And Both Cemeteries Are Well Attended Memorial Day observance this year ook on a particular significance with our country engaged in a worldwide the greatest of all with many of its fighting men already hav ng made the supreme sacrifice and he prospect of still greater casual ies with its a great fensive action will be taken against Jieir axis foes in what is most certain o be the beginning of the end of the ivild dreams of those who would op jress and enslave the people of the The observance of Memorial Day his year was in honor of all those vho gave their lives in the present and all previous wars in the cause of freedom and the preservation of those human rights we hold dear and sa cred against enemies who would take them from Memorial Day in Akron was ob served in much the usual At 10 the procession formed at the Masonic Temple headed by the color bearers of Hoschler I METHODIST CHURCH NOTES To have a great faith we must have an adequate God to have faith That person believes he is made in the image of God will not be apt to look on any life as Last Monday afternoon at n special meeting of the Northwest Iowa Con ference there was burned the lost evi dence of any indebtedness against Morningside Morningside is now out of debt and is on the last lap of a campaign to build a new Science Your pastor and Howe attended the Conference on Monday Foundations For a World of Peace and Will will be the theme next week for the Sunday morning sermon Your pastor is planning on having our Daily Vacation Bible School start June and it will run for two American and firing and then uniformed members of the armed forces of both the first and sec World the Legion Auxiliary color bearers and Unit the Akron High school band and Boy Scouts of proceeded to the Big Sioux river where the riflemen fired a flowers were strewn upon waters that run to the and a bugler sounded all in idnor of the sailor Those in the procession then returned to the starting point and were taken in cars o the Catholic where ap propriate exorcises were Fur lieiexercies were then held inRiver side at the monument to he unknown There was the us ual large attendance at this memorial a salute by the Legion firing as master f introduced the speaker if the pastor f Plymouth Presbyterian vho gave a brief but appropriate ad in which he emphasized the joint that gratitude should be closely ssociated with the memorial idea in he observance of the A patri tic reading was given by Members of the Legion Aux liary Unit laid bouquets of flowers at he base of the monument to the na ions unknown dead The Akron High school band played the ational The Star Span gled Before the sounding f taps by a bugler to close the pro a most touching ceremony was arried out in the way of the presen ation of a posthumous award of the farmers Medal of the United States VTerchant Marine to Rose he mother of Third Assistant Engi teer Earl Marion who lost his ife when his ship was torpedoed and unk by the enemy on June resentation of the medal was made y of the Mar ime of Jarl Kutil was the son of and who live west of ere near in the forenoons We could still use two more Remember that the Goodwill truck from Sioux City will visit Akron sometime June If you need a Goodwill call Burket or the Methodist ALBERT Bia SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH June Good Fellowship Society meets for its quarterly program and June Pray er Morning Sunday school Following the pictures of the church congregation will be taken and other These will be for the church history we are p Evening We shall be looking for You will always find a warm wel come in the white church on the CADET NURSING Applicirtion blanks and informa tion concerning Cadet Nursing may be obtained at the Akron Hospital from Miss Margaret niiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiipiuiiiiiinini VDAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 At the 11 Childrens ay will be when the pas or will deliver a message appropriate the taking for his sermon Keep on the Christian Preaching 8 CMMANUEL ENGt CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Preaching service at 11 by oger of Confirmation class at 2 The Womans Missionary Society ill meet June with John Please bring cloth ig for the Bethphoge UNION CREEK CHURCH Divine services at 11 Sunday school at 10 Ladies Aid will meet une at Albert Anderson and Arnold LESLIE OLSON BORN A to and Frank Kol of by Cae areau at Akron May A to and Rob Wetzeler left today for a few lays visit with his mother at Osh Our patrons are notified that here after we will not be open on Louise of visited her Martin and other relatives here Memorial Nettie Mann and daughterin Lauren children were down from Memor ial Anna Reemts and of Sioux spent Memor ial Day here and visited relatives and Miss Carrie of Sionx visited her Maltie and other relatives and friends here over Memorial Mac Thorson came last week from Iowa City for a few days visit with iiis mother before being inducted into the Naval A new imitation brick front is be ing placed on the Montague Recrea tion which will greatly im prove the appearance of thnt estab nml Delvin Martens re turned Tuesday from a visit rel atives at Martens AKRON BASEBALL TEAM HANDS SIOUX FALLS BOYS DEFEAT Swalleys Swell With Perfect Support Gives Visitors No Chance In its third straight win of the sea the Akron baseball team had no difficulty in taking the game from the American Legion of Siotix on the home diamond Sunday with a goodsized crowd Akron won by a wide 10 to Swalley worked on the pitching mound for and during the first three innings only nine visiting bats men faced A Sioux Falls play er singled in the first but he wns quickly effaced when he tried out Catcher Pecks throwing arm in an attempted steal of second Akron started in roughly on Sioux starting in the opening Brown led off with a The pitcher bob bled Millers bunt and both runners were Hartmans hard smack got away from shortstop and Brown was across with the first The shortstop again erred on a grounder From Pecks bat and Miller raced in From Hartman scored number ihree for the inning on Browns safe On an attempted double Peck and Brown were both put out between Tucker ended the hectic inning by Akron scored once in the third in Miller got a stole second and scored when Pecks hard smash to third baseman was Sioux Falls got their first runner past first base in the when Roll is singled and was advanced on a couple of infield The big inning for Akron was the sixth when they gave a warm greet ing to a new visiting error at second placed Enockson on first base and he went to second on Swalleys infield Brown topped one in front of home plate and the catcher messed it up long enough to let the runner reach Millers safe hit scored Hartman drew a Peek senta hopper to pitcher and Brown was thrown oitt at home With the bases still Brown was Continued on inside page Hilda of Burling visited her August and family last PUPILS OF EIGHTH GRADE PROMOTED Appropriate Exercises Held At LeMars On Last Week Promotion exercises for Plymouth county rural grade pupils who passed the May state ex were in the auditor ium of the LeMars high schooLbuild ing on Wednesday afternoon of last i Ti uu ULLmiluUH 1UBL mstructorm the school at Approximately 140 boys and They have also been iting relatives and Howe have been ranking visits this week to his who is being cared for in a nursing home in She suf fered a stroke and being 83 years of her condition is Richard Enockson and Cyril Larsen left LeMars yesterday morning for DOS Moines for induc tion into the armed Of the county contingent leaving there that about half of the sixty men will take their proinduction physical A fine display of photos of local men and women serving in the armed services attractively arranged in the Thorson Drug Store window is draw ing much attention and All persons having photos of those in the services not now on display are asked to bring same to the drug store at the earliest as it is desired to make the display as complete as Operations at the Akron Hospital during the week son of Rob ert of appendec tomy daughter of Am tonsilectomy a son of Charles Wen dell northwest of town Leo of and Peter west of are surgi rt of near cal Waldon of Verrail at Akron May is a medical girls received their eighth grade di plomas and high school admission certificates upon this The promotion exercises were very inter There were several fine mu sical An was delivered by Paul director of Rural Educa Department of Public Instruc Des The diplomas were presented to the graduates by Coun ty Superintendent of Schools Chris tine Phpils in the west end of the coun ty receiving certificates and diplomas were Johnson Township Bonnie Jean Dawayne Portland Mae George Rosemary Ruth Mary Junior Alma Preston Richard Wendell William Colin Doretla Louiso Eldori Ernest Jean Edythe Gro Darlene Henrietta Velum Lawrence Henry Paul Henry Glenn Fern Ralph Roland Van Jeanne Vande Sioux TownshipsHarold Lee Bur Darrel Elizabeth Ann Lester Arthur Louis Ruth Continued on last page   

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