Akron Register Tribune, June 8, 1944

Akron Register Tribune

June 08, 1944

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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 8, 1944, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 57 JUNE 1944 NUMBER 44 FIERCE LOOKING CLOUDS BRING DELUGE OF RAIN Hail Lightning But Very Little Damage Results Some fierce looking storm cloud rolled up from the southwest at abou 6 oclock Saturday after a couple of days of strong winds am 90degree heat on For a few minutes it appeared that bad wind storm might but as this or lifted over the a torrential rain set accompanied ty dashes of some of the stones being as large as The rain continued intermittently but in considerable for about two and a half bringing about two and inches of precipi Later in the partic ularly around 10 there were other hard During the early evening storm a bolt of lightning Ml the chimney on the rear of the Akron scattering the bricks and spreading soot over the interior of the rear Fortunately no one was in that part of the ane very little damage was Abbul sixty feet of the Milwaukee railroad a roadbed was washed out near the L D Ross three miles north of but section crews were called out and made temporary repairs that enabled the Hiawatha pas senger train to pass over the track after being held here only a few min The Sipux river rose four feet in a short space of time after the heavy did not get out of jits banks at any There was some crop damage by but the hail was not heavy enough to harm crops much in this was generally beneficial to all The total rainfall was reported by Observer Moore to T PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at LadiesAid will meet with Ed win on Wednesday June Elans are being made for Bible seliodl next which all children to Daily Vacation Bible School will be held at Hill school for one beginning June from Oval REYEyBRETT ONION OBEEK CHURCB Divine services at 11 Sunday school at 10 Luther League District convention June 17 and Friday 8 all day Saturday and Sun day morning and LESLIE Brown returned last Fri day evening from a several weeks visit with her Jack and Silver and with friends in Washing COUNTY 4H CLUBS ANNUAL RALLY Girls And Boys Elect Cqunty Officers For Year SeveralAwards Made One hundred and 4H girls registered at the annual Plym outh county 4H Rally held Thursday June at the LeMars high school Esther the county girls 4H business meetings ThePlym outfefiowty 4H boys were guests of girls at this Both girls their oouqty ojncers for coming as The girls for Lennace of Preston Pearls club vice of Marion Do ris of Johnson Junior and Mary Plymouth The for Bill Lan caster vice Junior Kehr berg Eminet Charles The Marion Merrymaids 4H club won the prize for having the highest per cent of their 4H girjs and the Marion Merryrnaids and the Pres ton Ftearbi both given raothew present which was CRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school and Bible class a 10 Divine worship 11 The Mission Circle will meet in th parish hall at Chatsworth on Tuesday with Delmar Gerriett as Daily Vacation Bible Mon day to to The church council will meet in the church parlors Wednesday evening a Pray without In thi fiour of the pray withou ceasing for our armed our na all our and remembe ihe boys from our own congregation in this The following boyi are in no in thi invasion Gary Elmer An Eldor Meske and Qeorgi Pray for these boys b lame and ask Gods protection ant jlessing in accordance with Gods President Roosevelt has point ed the way in his prayer when he sait o pray for them in the morning am n the evening of each new Le us not OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine worship service at 9 Sunday school at 10 The Mission Circle will meet in the church parlors on with Mrs Delmar Gerrietts as The ladies of the congregation clean church on We welcome you to worship with us BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES June Childrens Day followed by he Sunday school June rayer and Bible study at the parson OLEN niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiKiimwiiiiiiiiira LOCAL NEWS NOTES jestgrdir af Minn Wakeman left Tuesday or a visit with relatives at Hudson and Sioux Myron Surris and Morehead were isitors in Sioux City last Esther Stryzewski returned lorne Monday aving completed another years tudy at Olafs Ronald Dirks has been a visitor n the home of his and Henry He has entry transferred from the to the Sioux City Air and Heeger enjoyed visit from his f and the latters Samuel stationed at Fort who were here Miss Shirley of Sioux nd a Wesley of he Army Air ere in the home of her Peter Henke came Tuesday from hieago to visit his Car He was accompanied home esterday by his who has een staying with his nd attending school Kenneth who is sta ioned at the Army Air Base at Port earns Tuesday to spend a urlough of about two weeks with his and Victor Ander and among other relatives and Saturday evenings heavy rain has een succeeded by and lowery weather this Several riorninga the temperature descended nto the low making a bit of fire n stoves and furnaces moat he moisture has been fine for all rops and growth will be when warms up Howard Searh and ttended the 44th annual commenee nent exercises at Western col on May when their aughter and Dorothy raduated from a twoyear teaching Phyllis daughter of and Mrs Adam gradu ed the same course1 and everal of her were also in itendance at the ortheast of recently received or d from their Dick that he is ow a fullfledged out of has been trans erred to Camp tq Signal He was one of iree the entire platoon receive eight or nine weeks raining in the Signal Battalion he ore being transferred His ew address is 3rd School Pendleton AGED MOTHER OF LOCAL PASTOR IS SUMMONED Rosalia Howe Suffered Stroke At Hawarden Nursing Home Rosalia mother of Rev of this passed from this life at the Hawarden Nursin Home on June at at advanced age of 82 years months and 16 Shortly afte arriving in Akron in the fall o 1941 to make her home with her son and Howe had the mis fortune to break her hip in a fall This caused great but sh was able to walk again in less than a On April 12th of this year she iad another which cracked the old break and caused much extra suf Since that date she spen most of her time in The enc came as a result of a stroke sufferet May and she passed on with out much of a struggle and withoul appearing to have much Shp cnew the end was near and she was jrepared to When asked if slip mew that she was seriously ill am was soon to go to be with her lovec she pointed toward Her mind seemed clear up to within a few lours of the Polly Rosalia Eastman was born at Goodhue Minne September She was daughter of and Sarah Her father was a TreeWill Baptist minister for nearly ifty as she was cnown to her was united in marriage when in her early twenties o Frank at Wiscon Tp this one Oscar was When their son was but i ew months her husband suffered stroke and passed As her arents kad moved to her i s Oscar was a year was taken Irom her in Shortly there after she went to work for Howe at and it was here that he met his Edwin whom ihe married January To his union two sons were Albert and Harley The latter assed away in during the flu Albert Ar hur Howe survives and was by his mothers bedside during her last ill Howe was a member of the Japtist church of vhere the family had lived most of he years since when they moved here from Benton She was always active in church work nd her home was a haven for many f the1 ministers visiting the She was a faithful home maker nd It was her faithful eaching and example that led her hildren to accept Christ as their per onal Savior and She was influ ntial in leading others besides those f her own family to the Christian ay Her husband preceded her in death n October Since his death Howe had made her home with er Albert Dur ng that time she lived at and since last Oc ober at the Hawarden Nursing Home t of which Esther aeobs is Everywhere she ved she soon mnda friends and this especially true of her stay at the awarden Her parents and two brothers also receded her in She is sur ived by her f Akron one Ella Ell of Redondo three granddaughters and one hey are Mable Margaret of owa Kenneth and Edith both f and three great Donna Mae and Craig lien Blanchard and Larry Lee all of The following verses were written y her husband shortly before his eath Te are standing on the threshhold of eternity at We arehopeful of the future as we have been of the is weve had our but we ve had our joys as the beauties that heavenly home no human tonguecan we just continue all our will be As we view that Holy walking down its golden Valking hand hand with with our friends on every here need never be a since we have Jesus for our Continued on last page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Comprising the program of talking picture entertainment at the Norka Theatre for the coming week will be a a an army air corps drama and a western style There will be offered oh Friday and Saturday June 9 and a double In the 1 spot is a Lone where the two Johnny Mack Brown and Tex are given an opportunity to show their prowess in other than ghootin To follow the neatly worked out pattern of Brown as a paroled man going fist fights take ihe place of gun fights in many situ which should more than satisfy ihe westernfans and followers of his Theyll relish the added excitement of a terrific bare fists scrap to which Brown resorts when caught in a tight Good com edy moments are supplied by Fuzzy with George Eldredgc a swell icavy and Jennifer Holt a very satis factory The 2 feature is Whispering a mystery with chills and that will be ioyed by the armchair es jecially the less discriminating fans who wont object to the cast built against the is so strong hat you feel certain he must be inno Coming to the screen on Sun day and Monday June and 12j will be a war A Guy vTamed presented by a cast oi outstanding screen In this a reckless Air Corps pilot Spen cer in love with a feminine Iyer Irene serving ir is After an ulti matum from his who has a premonition that his number is up le agrees to the States to rain student Before lis big moment arrives and he is while sinking ja In death he returns to earth unseen anc inheard by to help fledgr ANOTHER BIG WAR LOAN DRIVE STARTS MONO AY Fifth In Series Calls For Quota Of In Plymouth County The Fifth War Loan Campaign opening in June continuing through July and calling for a sail of worth of war bonds jives Iowa its biggest war financing task to According to Tora county War Bond chairman ihe quota to Plymouth coun ty is The campaign is to be conductet on a statewide and quotas wil allocated for each Mr Duckett While details o ngs learn ways pitfalls The young student Vtftn Johnson to onel Barrymore becomes his coun meeting and fall ng in love with Irene Tracy resents but a heroic demonstra ion of her undying love for him ihanges his attitude and the film ends in a happy are many ine comedy and the pic while bearing the flavor and ex iloitations of a service avoids leihg too military or warish through he strong romantic bearing of the and you will agree that it rates with the finest of the service shows made to A western style Cowboy is on the Norka bill for Vednesday June Plot nterest and gun battles are replaced iy the close harmony of Roy Acuff his Smoky Mountain Boys and be comedy of Vera with ane Frazee and the Mill Brothers oc upying a large spot on the musical along with Max Terhune and Jimmy ailor Wakely and the niiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiimiiiitiim LOCAL NEWS NOTES mating of Vesper une Friday Misses Evelyn Jean Culpep er and Joyce Neunaber were visitors Sioux Miss Julia who has been eaclimg school at ar iyedSunday to visit her and Webster was a visitor this week in the oine of her soninlaw and and Al viua of name the first of the week for visit in the home of her soninlaw nd and Fred Darling and Marva Jean of Cleg visited last week with her Virgil Drees in the Fay Smith home south of Vincent employed as a nechanic in the Glenn Martin Air plant at visited ast week in the home of his Melvin northeast of Their fc Sioux was also Operations at the Akron Hospital son and daughter of Elmer Trei tpnsileetomy a son of Howard tonsilectomy Clar nce Till of Elk is a snr Paul Inberg and son of Lymau Swenson are surgical atients at Veraillion county quotas for the state show gen eral it is thought that peo jle will be ready to buy larger imounts in view of the fact that many have been aware that the drive is and have been preparing for The Fifth War Loan Camgaign wil be conducted on a basis on whici every family and members of fami lies will be expected to purchase wai Throughout the county each individual will be given To do the county quota will be broken down into town and township then these quotas will be broken down into individual quotas It is believed that quotas will be es tablished on a very conservative ba and by each person subscribing to the amount of their quota and any ad ditional bonds they can the county should have very little trouble making the quota assigned With farm marketing running late and rather steady through the last three the Fifth War Loan is expected to meet wide Duckett We urge that people generally take into account the extra money they willTie receiving produce during this month and and buy bonds in keeping with that extra in We expect to have the Fifth War fioun Campaign completely organized within a short and we are hope ful that with enthusiastic coopera tion of the people of the county we will be able to complete our drive in ihe first week of the Duckett We would like to be one of the irst counties in Iowa to complete this job and go 100 over the top on oiir With the help of our Treas ury in every we know we can do It is not a one man but a job for many people working It will take eam work on the part of the solicitor jnd the man to be solicited if we do he job every one will be given a definite objective n the When you are called sign up immediately dont nake a lot of unnecessary work be cause of your procrastination in quickly performing your in do ng your partof this important ac There is no more important nctiv on the home front today than the rifth Wax Loan This is o be the greatest year of all from the standpoint of need of money to finance the We must buy the new material and weapons so that our men on the fighting front will have best when the hour of need ar I would like to urge the people of his county to start right now to hink about their Fifth War Loan and make their plans now o sign up and purchase their full share of bonds early in the We have the job to and if each person will do his a great deal if time and effort can be saved and our county will be one of the first in he state to make their Fifth War joan FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 Ladies Aid is meeting this Thurs lay afternoon in the churcb vith Carpenter and as Next June the Aid is ponooring a bake sale at Weidenfel ers a part of the proceeds o bu used by the young people at ending Bible Conference at Crystal e from June 11 to Please have our baked goods in by 2 if The Primary and Intermediate of our Sunday school will give a short program next Sunday raorn ng in honor of Childrens Buy Victory StampsBonds 1 METHODIST CHURCH NOTES No Christian Believer is spiritual alive as he ought to he unless lie i growing more like his Master day b It takes food and exorcise t Tho Mystery of Goodness am Evil will be the theme for next Sun days sermon at pur Comi and bring your Wo need to remember that no lead er can move forward any faster thai Hie people will follow Sunday school meets at am he morning preaching service a Cliildrcns Day will be observed during the first halt of the Broaching with a brief pro ram by the Sunday The Society for Chris tian Service will be held in the church jarlors June witl Jenson and Hugh winberlain as Daily Vacation Bible School starts June each forenoon for wo If you know of any who arc ill and iced the pastors kindly let lim We would like to do a lot more but the only calls really illowed are those upon the sick 01 hose absolutely necessary in enrry ng on the work of the Keep much in prayer these ray every day for the boys in Eu as well as those in all the fight ng Our without 3ods help and cannot hope o Let us be sure that we do not How any spirit contrary to Gods cachings to rule our Remem that prayer changes iven the course of ALBERT LEOION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The county meeting of the Ameri nn Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will be held at Rerasen on June at program will be nnnHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiminiimiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES Miss Helen of lownrd Lewison Bake sale at Weidenfeller June by Ladies Aid of ho Christian They solicit our Hubert returned last fter a visit in the Baker j the Veterans Hospital at Wads Pike and children left Tonday to spend the summer with er mother at Phyllis taee and Kathryn Burris aecora anicd them to Sioux The Twoin0ne 4H club met with lobert Friday June lob gave a talk on the Conservation held in Union county on May he next July will be at le home of Darwin and Otto Larsen and fain y enjoyed a visit the past week her and Oscar of Mineral nnd rom her brother and his nd Frank from a former esident of LeMars and died ist week in his home at San His wife and six children sur The Papenhausens engaged in ic restaurant here a num er of years and Fredell and icir Earl ho has been visiting in Akron the ast left Tuesday for where and Melstead re making their redell will spend a week with their oninlaw and Quigley Fletcher and daugli of and her Curt of ave been visiting in the home of nd Lawrence Fletcher and mong other relatives and friends also with Fletchers moth in Hugh Swift arrived Mon ay from Fort North Caro to spend a furlough of about ten ays with his Miv and ern and among other rela ves and Entering the Field rtillery service about a year Swift was first stationed at Camp but most of the time as at Fort until re ently transferred to Fort Lawrence Radeiuu ler visited here a few days last week ilh his and his Rude also among Since o returned from active service with te Army Air Corps in he has been serving as an in at first at an air base in and at present at Alli He left Monday to visit elatives at his former MORE MEN ARE CALLED FROM THIS COUNTYTO SERVE Sixtyone In Latest Contingent To Report At Des Homes Station On Wednesday last week sixty one Plymouth county young men left for Des Moines to report for induc tion into the urrny nnd navy or for jreinduction physical If this seventeen who liad leen previously accepted reported for luty with the navy at naval head quarters in Des while thir who had passed their physical ests for the army and thirtyone who vorc to take physical examinations or military service reported at Camp Most of those sent for imme linte induction were young Only Iwtit half of the men called to report or duty were as the list those previously accepted for that ervice was Reporting for duty in the navy vorc the following men from the west iart of the county Richard Emral Those from the west side who had aken their physical tests andreport ng for army duty were Clifford Cyril Robert The following men from the west iart of the county went to Camp Dodge to take the preinduction ex minations Clyde Daniel Daryl Virgil Everett Herman BIO SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH Jiine will be no work being done the As many as possible light to plan to the State Conference in Sioux June fissionary Society Hostesses ill be Clifford Aljie arson and Ted The evotional will be alph You will always find a warm wel ome in the white church on the CMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Preaching service at 11 by of Rock Confirmation class at 2 Envelopes for the Lutheran World are past due and members are skud to bring them The Ladies Aid will meet in the lurch parlors June itertained by Henry Dirks and Ernest BORN A to and west of at Akron Hos June A to and Earl Bur south of at Akron Hos June MARRIED SUNDAY Zenithe Hoeck And Chester Yates Take Vows At Trinity Church The marriage of Miss Zenithe Hoeck and Chester Yates was solemn ized in Trinity Lutheran of this at 5 oclock Sunday after June J Pann the in the presence of immediate The couple were attended by Harlan and Henrietta The bride is the daughter of and Amos southeast of and the groom is the son of and Herbert eastof The newly married couple will make their home on the farm of the grooms southeast of are deservedly popular in a wide circle of who wish them a full measure of happiness ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Morning service at 11 Ser Shew Us the John Christian Preaching 8 Buy Defense StampsBonds ;

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