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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 22, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                ICTORY BUY VNITIO TAR VOLUME 57 JUNE NUMBER 46 CAMPAIGN IN FULL SWING FOR FIFTH WAR LOAN DRIVE Plan Is Outlined For Plymouth County People To Participate In Buying In order to make the Fifth Wu Loan Drive in Plymouth county complete each person in th county is asked to do their part by following the simple plan which is be ing used to complete the County Wa Finance Committee and bj buying tlieir full according tc their personal quota and to their abil ity to invest in War secure by all of the resources of the Unitei which make them the safes investment in the Your 1 The Plymouth County Plan Fill out the record card whicl you have Mail the larger portion of th card to the County Ward Bond office Do it now Take the smaller portion of th to your bonk or postoffice when making your War Bond If you will follow out the above plan and in so doing make your sub scription for your full you wil greatly aid in the work involved in conducting the Fifth War Loan Drive promptly attending to you willeliminate the need of future let ters toyou and of a committee call ing on with reference to your War Bond With complete by the people of the much time and woik will be Your 2 Your Share for Victory making your War Bond sub scription and be sure to consider your share in the Fifth The Fifth War Loan Drive has are thinking buying a Men are dying while you make up your Lets face That tough stage of the war is invasion This year men arent thinking ot attacking the enemy on the bloody Theyre doing it its costing a lot of them their t Think of this hard when you are thinking of doubling your bond pur chases during this Loan Think of the and the Then stop thinking and start Do not put longer doing your part in the Fifth Wor Loan TORNADOES VISIT IOWASOUTH DAKOTA Much Damage Done On Farms In Sioux County Deaths In South Dakota Tornadic winds points in northwest Iowa and southeast South Dakota last doing great damage to farm buildings and An area in the midcentral part of jSioiix county was hardest hit in Striking first at a point east of the storm swept to ward being the most severe in the adjacent to Al Sioux Orange City Jack county AAA who mode a survey qf the connty after the stormj esti mated that the property will amount to more than half a million found thatover 50 farms in the county sirfferod damage from the Of these 50 35 percent were completely wiped out and stripped clean of both houses and farm Crop damage is not believed to be corn is still No deaths were reported in but many persons were in some Much livestock was killed in the A number of Akron people motoredto the Sioux county storm area Sunday and found that the damage and destruction was fully as bad as had been Considerable damage was done to farm buildings near Centorville and by a windstorm Fri day Saturday a series of tor nadic storms originated near Aber and swept eastward to the Minnesota causing death and destruction in the The storm was the most destructive at lyilmot and The death list Wai pjaced at with scores of peo pleinjured and in TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday school and Bible class 10 Divine worship ll The congregation is invited to th Mission Festival to be held at Pres ton township church Th afternoon service will begin at God is our refuge and very present help in There fore will we not though the eart te and though the mounl ains be carried into the midst of th Though the waters thereof roa and be though the mount ains shake with the swelling thereoJ Be and know that I am We welcome you to worship with us OHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at Divine worship p Our annual Mission Festival will be leld on July We welcome you to worship with us PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at The Ladies Aid socialmeeting wil e held Friday June a he Herbert Swanson Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs Tred Wednesday afternoon June You are welcome to attend these UNION CREEK CHURCH Morning worship Sunday at Junior Missionary Society meets at at which time Sister Allie Gassman will be the speaker offering will be given to the Im nnnuelChildrens Home in Omaha Ladies Aid Thursday at m Lawrence Erieson and Emi LESLIE LOCAL NEWS NOTES Hobart Ross was a visitor in Sioux Alva Rozell left Saturday for visit relatives in Abe Silverberg visited relatives in ioux Falls the first of the Baseball on Akron grounds Sunday t Akron Sioux City A fast game is Stinton has been visiting in IB homes of his children in Sioux ity and Omaha during the past and Burrill had as a uest last week endtheir sisterin iwj of Van Deloris Irene eloris Arlene Milbfodt rid Ted Lamoureux were visitors in ioux and Gusman enjoyed a isit the first of the week from their and Louis of Ella Larson and Barry were visitors in the ome and Vank east of Jast Carl Meyer returned Saturday after a visit with is and other elatives and northeast of in Preston Adams made a trip last week Hntchinson and nd secured contracts to combine jout acres of grain in that vi He reports a big crop of wheat i that section this Stephen ft Saturday for San ter spending a leave1 at his is ac mrpanied to Omaha and visited lere and also at with er A severe wind and hail storm struck i area of several square miles four miles northwest of here at 4 clock Saturday A lot of ail tho stones being oddshaped ad some as large as hen Crops ore damaged on several farms and 10 wind also damaged buildings and ew down Harold Stinehart in seven window sashes for ass replacement and several his iighbors had to make similar Curtis arrived uesday from San to Dend a leave of about ten days with s arfll Curtis Low and other relatives and adio Man who has hpd rout seven mpnths of active service the Navy in the Pacific has ow been assigned to take a course of ocial instruction in engineering at wa State where he ill report from here at the end of s present RONALD DIRKS AND MISSOURI GIRL MARRIED JUNE 10 Pretty Candlelight Ser vice Held In Presbyterian Church At Maiden From a newspaper published a taken of the marriage of Lieut Ronald a well known Akron young to a charming young wo man of that Miss Margaret daughte of and o Maldeny became the bride of Lieuten ant Ronald John son of Mr and Henry of Akron Saturday June 10 at 8 at the Presbyterian church The Henderson read the marriage service in a setting of green ery and white arranged in white wedgewood heirlooms if the brides maternal greatgrand A few minutes before Mrs Waltrip took her place at the rgan to play the nuptial The apers were lighted by Miss Virginia gowned in pale arid Miss VTartha in Miss Marjorie Ashcraft sarig Be by se by With the open ng strains of the bridal mardh from the bride entered on the arm of her She wore filmy with lace trimmed shoul ler ruffles coming to a point at the waist The full gathered skirt nded in a short A veil of il usion was secured to the brides hair with orange Her flowers were an arm bouquet of white gladi li and babys brides attendant was her sor rity Miss Norma of Kansas who wore a rpffiF f Dned with a long bodice and full Her flowers were pink and or hid Ushers were Captain Jas f and George rother of the Captain Leonard veteran of lie Dieppe raid and holder of the urple Heart and Silver Stbr decora who is now stationed at Fort was his brothers est brides mother wore a two iece dress of the blouse being multiflowered Her shoulder was whiie mother of the wore avy with yellow The bride is a rising senior at Iowa where she is ina oring in home She is a member of Gamma Phi Beta ditor of the 1945 Bomb School year president of the Home Econom cs member of Mortar nd of Omicron Nu and Phi Upsilon national home economics onor Prior to his induction into the army ieutenant Dirks attended Iowa State majoring in He re eived his commission in the air force t in At resent he is stationed at the army irbase at Sioux Following the a recep on was held at the Mewhirter home t 500 North Beckwith The ooms were decorated in ink roses and baby and ormed a pretty setting for the bridal able with its central attraction of ered wedding with iniature officer and Lighted ipers in silver holders also adorned le Miss Clara Miss Louise ohn James Miss Elizabeth Ann Baker nd Miss Bonnie Jean Craig served at B The officiating also perffjiftned the cere oriy of thebrideB Outoftown guests were enry of Miss lOberta Miss Bessie Wal Miss Eliza eth Carney enry and all of Cape and Louis Do ogne and Martha Lou and Arbyrd and Ivan and and axwell Williams and Har et and of IRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 Buy Victory StampsBonds 1 TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Appearing on the weeks program of talking picture entertainment at theNorka Theatre will be a horsey a screwball domedy and a i There will presented a double feature offering on Friday and Satur day June 23 and 1 feature will be a Hopalong Cassidy Cdlt When it comes to horse Harry Sherman certainly knows how to make This is a good ex ample of the knowhow entailed in turning out a rollicking western It doesnt boast much of a but S just enough to keep it moving along at an even until the final William Boyd as Hopalong again proves his preeminence as a cowboy star by giving his usual smooth This latest of he Cussidy series is up to the se ries Theres plenty of fist cuffs and hard riding Andy Clyde jarners plenty of laughs as the saddle Dal of after is vindicated and made a lero by the longsuffering ranchers The 2 feature is Miss itreamline with Slim Sum merville and as headliners The for Sunday anc Holiday June 25 and 26 vill be a The Heav inly which is guaranteed as a The wife of a pro lessor of while having her loroscope read by an is old that she will meet her true love n a certain When the day ar and the air raid warden shows things begin to She tells ler husband the story and he tries very trick he can think of to hold in he feels she is ost and walks she realizes that le is the one she loves and goes to With William Powell putting iver one of his inimitable farce com idy routines and Hedy Lamarr play ng audiences are certain to ave a hysterically good They re ably abetted in lie mirthprovok Spring Byington and What is know in film parlance as crewball comedy be presented Wednesday June in Hi Diddle This is the story of sailor on leave to get Prior o the ceremony he learns that the rides mother has been swindled of 11 her and the sailor and his ad promise to get it oack in two After the wedding the bride nd groom attempt to get1 away for a but thesailors dad man ges through shady deals to get the money although the maehina ons almost consume the he audience may wind up a little roggy after looking this ale of a mixed but they vill have had a flock of laughs at the xpcnse of an expert comedy cast and an equally wacky The folks vho remember Pola Negri will be greeably surprised at her glamor zed appearance on the Billie urke fans will be in their glory and Adolphe Menjou is as usual pleasing nd well oinmiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiniiiiiifiiiiiiiiinn LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiH Special meeting of Freedom for work in le third and Lea Tangenian and everly are enjoying a visit from his Miss Estelle of De HaroldCrain and daughter ar ved Sunday from for visit with her and and other relatives Evelyn who had been isiting her Grace nd Vern and family t Riversioux left here yester ay on her heturn to where she is Elmer who is sta oned at the Army Air serving in the Medical ame Saturday to visit his and Mrs north est of and other relatives and Philip Aalfs and Miss Lucille and Miss Win red who is taking nurses in Sioux came for a with their Grace and among other relatives and The Sunshine club met in the home Bill with arkness Visitors were Charley Caskey and Idon Caskey and Huls and The next meeting will be i the home of with rene Onnen CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING HERE SUNDAY and Henry Ross bach Second Couple Wed In Big Springs Church and Henry o this celebrated their golden wed ding anniversary at their home las June The day got off to a fine start will ihurch services in the Baptist cluircl icing dedicated to and Ross Featured at this service were a song by the choir and a vocal solo by Eldon All the hymns usec were favorites of and Ross A dinner was served at 12 noon ii he home of and Waltei being put on by friends of the The tables were beautifully decorated with centerpieces of white and gold flowers and Mr and Rossbach were presentee with beautiful consisting oi yellow Open house was held at the Ross bach home from 2 until 5 oclock in the with well over a hun dred of their friends and relatives dropping in to congratulate At 2 oclock they were pleasantly sur prised by a long distance telephone call from their only who resides in Ann and owing to the nature of his de fense was unable to Shortly after the close of open house they received another telephone call from Ann from Ross bachs Dave who also was unable to Each of their friends who called were served a lunch before they A large threetiered baked by their only Glen Ka and beautifully decorated by licr with yellow and bride and was given to and Rossbach to be used as a centerpiece for their dining room table in the af and Rossbach were mar ried June in the Big Springs Baptist church and had the honor of jeing the second couple ever to be married in that They imme diately started housekeeping on theii west of where they con tinued to live until when they moved to Akron and built their new They have lived here ever and Rossbach have two of Ann Mich and Qlen of Alc two Rossbach has two sisters who are celebrating their golden weddings his They are and Noah of Ida who celebrated their golden wed ding anniversary the 12th of this and and Allie Ham of who will cel ebrate their anniversary in August f this Out of town guests who came to lelp and Rossbach celebrate he day included and Art jarsen and and Leslie Sandvall and Hyrna and of and Frank Paul Rossbach and William of Sioux City and Hamilton and Delia of and Rossbach have the earty congratulations of their nany friends in rounding out fifty ars of married life and all join in them many more years of and Henry Rossbach wish thank all the friends who honored hem by calling and for all the gifts irought on their golden wedding an iversary also to those who gave the amily dinner and assisted in serving n the which made it a ileasant BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES June Unified Service of followed y the Sunday school Prayer and 3ible studv at the OLEN BORN A to and Harley of Sioux at the Ak on June A to and My on northeast of at Ak on June A to and Russell Em south of at Akron Hospi June A to and Lau en of June ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 Christian Preaching 8 METHODIST CHURCH NOTES The Advocate calls our attention the fact that even a clock that is stop ped has the right time twice ever Dont let your company keep yo at Bring them to church ant give them At church they ca meet your friends and they migh liear just the message they Knowledge is like the mor often it is wisely loaned the more rap idly it The very best way to keep ones en to expend it Let Us Face HAVF SINNED We will try to face this awful fact in our sermon next Sun day Why wait until it is oo late to do anyfliing about it Tome and bring the whole family to the oclock The Womens Society meets nex Wednesday with Florence Lias and Miss Murol Bennett will enter The most foolish investment anyone can make is to invest ones life in the devils Friday noon we will have both the Daily Vacation Bible School and our Sunday School Picnic at the City Bring your picnic basket am some the whole You wil be on time if you come by ALBERT EMMANUEL ENG CHURCH Sundayschool at 10 Preaching service at 11 by a student from Ladies Aid will meet in the church arlors June with na Sampson and Carl Hasen jank iinmiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiipn LOCAL NEWS NOTES nnmiiiiniiiiiiini Baker left lastFridayon abus1 ness trip to Lester Parker visited relatives nd friends in Elk Point the last of 10 Miss Lorraine Bluchlcy came Mon ay from to visit friends nd former Baseball on Akron grounds Sunday t Akron Sioux City A fast game is and Leonard of ioux were week end visitors in le home of her and Clarence of Sioux visited last week in the home of er brotherinlaw and and Walter and Shoulbcrg i Sioux City the first of the week itli her and er Miss Elizabeth Miss Binnie of Sioux as been a guest of her Miss iarian this They are orority sisters at the University of and Gusman and and their iss Binnie of Sioux sited reatives of the Gusman fam y in Sioux Charles Wilier left Friday evening or Benton attend the funeral of his nd remained for a few days visit ith relatives and and Loyal Tucker and of Sioux came for a sit the latter part of the week with er and her and Par John and wife and aby left after a two weeks with relatives and for where he is serving i the Merchant roekwood is a daughter of and Henry east of Karl who has been serv ig in the Coast Artillery in the anaina Canal arrived Thurs ay night of last week for a visit with s and nd other relatives and ans has been in the service two and half At the conclusion of his 1day he will report at aimp North for urther assignment of and Calvin Anderson and Earnest and daughter left unday for where Earnests husband is stationed Camp Bradford in the and Anderson will remain or about two but Earn st and daughter will make a more ex ended Bernard of lis is also stationed at Camp serving in the Bakery di isioa of the AKRON BALL TEAM EASILY WINS FROM SIOUX FALLS City League Players Couldnt Fathom Slants Of Swalleys Sunday In winning its fifth consecutive tilt of the the Akron baseball earn put on something of a fteld day on a Sioux Falls diamond Sun day playing against the Bar of the city league The winning margin was Et would seem that Sioux Falls has icthing that can offer any competi tion to Akron on the ball field this as our team has twice defeated another Sioux Falls aggregation by opheavy Akron is finding difficulty in getting games of any as very few towns in this territory mve teams this Peron Swalley performed on the witching mound for and had he Sioux Falls figuratively standing on their heads through lit the With his fast ball and sharpbreaking curve working aided by a chilly cross he several times set the bats nan down on strikes on three pitched Gillespie was the starting twirler or Sioux Falls and Akron went af er him for a run in the first Brown had grounded out o start Miller displayed his lugging prowess by lacing out a doti He took third OIL a wild pitch and it pay dirt when Hartmans ground nil went for a fielders Peck ent a fly into right fielders mitt and Uartman was doubled out off There was no more scoring until the lird when Akron really gave Gillespie the Brown hopped out to third again and filler socked the old pill for another a He stole second and ran third on another wild Hart sent a hot one n the ground to who foozled nd Miller Hartrnan took eeond on the play and both he and Jeek advanced on a passed Hart nan stretching it into a rown and Tucker were passed to loading the That was suf cient for and a for mer Sioux Falls league re laced him on the pitchers wnlley greeted him with a stinging ngle that sent Peek across the Vetzeler With the sacks till Enockson drew his second iccessive forcing in Brown was out at first n a scoring For Continued on inside page MISS CEILLEY WEDS CEDAR RAPIDS MAN Chapel Of Pauls Methodist Church There Scene Of Happy Event From Sundays Cedar Rapids azette is taken the following account the marriage of Miss Julia ster of and a for er resident of this vicinity In the chapel of Pauls Method ist church this afternoon June 18 at Miss Julia Clark Ceil daughter of Marion of San and Huron Dale 117 Twelfth street sou of and George of will be The Charles will perform the ceremony before an altar banked with garden Miss Dorothy Bridge will be soloist and Marshall Hickman To be given in marriage by her Walter of Cedar the bride will wear u powder blue ensemble with an American beauty colored Her colonial bou quet will be of American beauty rose Attending the couple will be of sister of the and Riley the bridegrooms Baker will wear a gray silk outfit with n gardenia The bridegrooms mother has chosen a lavender crepe ensemble with a gardenia Following the service the couple will be honored at a dinner at tho Roosevelt Miss Lucille Sim pf will serve as host The table will be decorated roses and After July 1 the couple will make thejr homeat 11T Twelfth street A graduate of the University of Continued on last pagi   

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