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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - June 29, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 57 JUNE 1944 NUMBER 47 ADAVILLE CHURCH SCENE OF NUPTIAL EVENTJUNE24 Eva Of Johnson And Kenneth Of Miss Eva daughter of Frank of Johnson and Kenneth son of and Elnier of were united in marriage Saturday June The marriage took place at in the Adaville United Brethren with Fpster offici ating at the Proceeding the Shirley niece of the played Syl via and To Wild of sang 0 Prom ise Me and I Love During the Miss Rowe I Love You and Nathan Frol key sangt The Lords bride was charming in a white sheer floor length gown with a finger tip veil that was heldin place by a crownof white sweetheart She carried an arm bouquet of white sweet peas and Miss Frances sister of the was matron wearing a gown of pink net with a matching short veiL The Miss Penelope Bryant and Miss Erma were gowned in blue net with short veils to Merlin brother of the was best man and the ushers were Eldon Bryant and Stanley Tin Immediately following the cere reception was held at the Gabel home with the brides sisters as A buffet supper was served Miss Lennice Philips and Miss Doris Brown as brides going away costume was a light blue mesh suit with white They their home oif farni east of and have the very best wishesof their host of The bride is a graduate of the Le school and Western Union college and has been the in struct9r in the Hull public school for the The groom is a grad of LeMars high school and at tended Western Union BIO SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH July 15 Pray er Morning wor Sunday Evening July of the 75th anniversary of the Opening service at 8 00 with Dahlquist You will always find a warm wel come in the church on the tMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Preaching service at 11 by a student from Confirmation class at 2 TOWNFARM COOPERATION URGED DURING HARVEST Farmers will soon be faced with an other emergency labor harvesting of Experienced harvest hands who work during the day are this shortage must be made up through the combin ed efforts of the townspeople and farmers alike by working evenings and any other available spare time during the harvest Combined operations on the food front are just as important as on the invasion front they can only function properly when townspeople and farmers organize down to the last available woman and youngster in an attempt to save crops more vital than ever Thousands of tons of food were saved by such Iowa volunteers last The need is even greater this year with increased quotas and de creased farm Townspeople who can and are Willing to do any type of harvest especially either full time or part are URGED to register with Clifford Johnson at the Fanners Farmers who are fortunate to have sufficient Irtbor to get their own har vesting done early are URGED to ex ercise the good neighbor policy with someone less Anyone doing volunteer farm la bor has a right to expect the going wage for all services If you are willing to do the farm ers are willing to pay for BORN A to and Duane of at Akron June A to and Eugene southeast of at Akron June A to and south of at Akron June A to and Milton Mc of A June M iiimiliiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinininiiiiiiiimiin PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Morning worship 11 Art HUebner and were Sioux City visitors to TAKE NUPTIAL VOWS SATURDAY EVENING Service Is Performed Here At Parsonage Of Trinity Church Wayne of and Miss Wanda Jean of Jef were married at Trinity Lutheran in this at 7 oclock Saturday June Ji Pannkuk The bridal couple were attended by Ruby the brotherinlaw of the The bride was attired in a white with a corsage ofred The bridesmaid a with pink The groom and at tendant wore suits of with white carnations A buffet luncheon was served at the home of and Marion uncle and aunt of the with close relatives and friends The wedding cake was baked Harley Congratulations and best wishes are extended the newly married couple by their many They will reside near of the local stores willl close all day next July Miss Dorothy Lewison went to Sioux City last Friday and expects to take a position of has been visiting in the home of her and Hattie Thrasher came Satur from Sioux City to visit the fam ily of her Fred east of Henry Claassen returned last Friday from a five weeks visit with her brotherinlaw and and Francis and family in San George of was a visitor last week in the home of his uncle and Dick He has also been visiting relatives and friends at his former Miss Joy Deane who is at tending the summer session at the State came from Iowa for a visit in the of her and Frances Voss and east of are enjoying a visit from her George and lit tle who came from Willis has been on the west coast with her who is serving in the Stryzewski and daugh Esther and left Tuesday for where the girls the summer with and take Miss Esther stopped enroute at and to visit Lars northwest of accompanied by his Alvin left here on the Hia watha passenger Friday morning for where they will visit one of his Another Louis who had been visiting his father and other relatives northwest of left last Thursday evening for A Waste Paper Drive will be put on by the Cub Scouts on July Boys will carry an identification that they are members of thve local Cub Scout and that the drive has been authorized by Cub Master Pannkuk and Chairman Waldo Please have your waste paper ready for the boys Fri July Aalfs was called to Orange Monday last week to attend the funeral of his Cornelius Van who passed away at her homo there Thursday eve June after a very brief ill aged 71 Funeral services were held in Evangelicalchurch at Orange van Zee had visitedin the Aftjfs home here many times in yenrs CANDLELIGHT SERVICE IN LOCAL CHURCH JUNE 22 Miss June Finzen And Lewis Peterson Are Principals In Event A very beautiful and impressive candlelight wedding was solemnized on Thursday June at 8 o at the Immanual Lu theran church in this when Juno Finzen became the bride of Lewis of of a former pastor in officiated at the double ring The church chancel was decorated with ferns and garden flowers and lighted A few minutes before the Berline and Dorothy cous ins of the gowned in pink and blue lighted the Preceding the Miss Gwen cousin of the accompanied by Lloyd McCor sister of the sang I Love You Truly and 0 Perfect The who was given mar riage by her was charmingly attired in a white satin fashioned en with a sweetheart and long pointed Her fingertip veil was held in place by tiara of seed She carried a white with rosebud Her only jewelry was a pearl a gift of the She was attended by Lau Verne twin sister of the as matron of who wore a pink frosted and Clayton Howard and Miss Ardis sisters of the as gowned in blue taffeta and Little Mary Lee niece of the wearing a white or TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The Norka will present a rather diversified program of talking picture entertainment during the en suing consisting of a Laurel Hardy a Disney drama of the air in a biograph ical war picture and a sea Shown on the screen Friday and Saturday June 30 and July will be a double 1 will AHaunting We Will by those inimitable Lau rel The two comedians go to work for a magician to escape from gangsters and tangle with dead bodies and animals as Also ap pearing in the east are the Ma gician Sheila Ryan and John Shel 2 feature js a remarkable Disney in techni Victory Through Air The early portion of the film traces the progress of aviation from tho Wright brothers first airplane to to days giant bombers and lightning fast fighter Following a brief biography of Major de the arguments of the military enginee and recordbreaking flye and air on the importanci of air are From the viewpoint of clarity and logica Victory Through Ai Power is an easily understandabh and convincing plea ifor the unifica tion of this countrys air strengtl into one formidable force under t single air are touch es of delightful Disney humor to punctuate the seribusness of the films The attraction for Mon day and Tuesday July and The a thorough ly enjoyable and entertaining picture and one long to be This story of the Sullivans begins with the births of the five tells of their family of the acquisition of theii Hrst of their quarrels among of the romance of the youngest When the Pearl Har bor infamy is flashed on the the boys decide to Tlie cousin of the was ring and carried the ring on a crocheted The groom was attended by Ivan brother of the as best and Lau Verne broth erinlaw of the and Arlo Fin brother of the as grooms The groom and his attendants wore dark business Following the ceremony and con a reception was held in the to 100 The dining room was very beautifufiy decorated in pink and the brides chosen Lighted tapers and garden flowers adorned the Dining room hostess was aunt of the Serving honors were accorded to Miss Hilma Miss Opal Rog Miss Marie Miss Aud rey Miss Linnea MrsxHugh Dowling and Russell After which there were short given by of and of and a 0 Happy Where Thou Art Loved the by Miss Harriet Sam of accompanied by was The bride is the eldest daughter of Rozelle of and lias been teaching in the rural schools in Plymouth county for the past six The a progress ive young is the eldest son of and of Al and has been farming north west of where the cougle will immediately begin Their host of friends wish them every happiness and success in their new LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Wednes day July Please note the change in At this newlyelected officers will bo install as First Vice Seepnd Vice Executive Anna Gale and Anna Refreshments will be by Anna Trautt and UNION GREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Ladies Aid will meet July at with Wil liam LESLIE Buy Victory StampsBonds 1 wish to be The boys are shipped to the Later a re cruiting officer brings the shocking news that all five sons have been killet in the battle of the Month later the Sullivans is who christens the realizes that her sons still sail the seas as long as the ship bearing their name is on the Thomas Mitchell and Selena Royle enact the elder Sul livans convincingly and with deep while Edward John James John Al vin and George as the five Sullivans grown to must be as near carbon copies of the real Sullivans as any five other Amer ican boys could There will be presented on Wed nesday July sea in which the topliners are Edward Lynn Barri and Victor Tampico is the oil port where Edward Robinsons tanker is beading when he changes course to pick up the crew of a torpedoed Among the survivors is Lynn whose first appearance is in the bunk of the At Tampico she has no passport and nobody ad seeing her on the torpedoed Robinson vouches for gets drunk and marries She says goodbye to him on the His ship is tor There is plenty of dramatic in this Robinson suspects his but goes on a still hunt for the He uncovers a German clique and the shocking fact that his first Victor Mc has been Its full of the romance is in and there are some good night club niiiiiiiiiiinimiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniinmii LOCAL NEWS NOTES uiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiip Supervisor Bohlkeri attended a county officers convention in Des Monies Lakeview Extension club will meet July in the home of Arnold with Bur dette Amundson assistant A program will be given in the Baptist church basement on Friday June at 8 o Bring your baby pictures for a No George Gordon and Herman and of Sioux were visitors in the home of the formers Grace on Wednesday of last and Korr returned the first of the week from a few days visit with their Harper at Camp where he is in training with the being in the Medical j AKRON BALL TEAM IS WINNER IN SIXTH STRAIGHT SUNDAY Are Victims Of Slugfest Same Clubs Here Sunday A goodsized crowd of fans was en tertained at City Sunday after at a baseball game in which was displayed plenty of hard a number of sparkling as well as a plcntitudo of miscues on the part of joth when the Sioux City All Stars appeared in their first game of he season with the Akron team us op There was some good pitoh ng for both but hard hitting and errors at critical times allowed the score to pile up to unusual pro 14 to with Akron com ng out on top for their sixth consec itive win of the For the first six innings it had the earmarks of a real ball closely played and low then things began to hap pen in rapid Emery Tucker was the local pitcher to face the Sioux City most of whom are old and experienced play ers who have by no means lost their pep or baseball Tucker got away to a fine fanning Harri the visiting leadoff Beau bien got on with a but took too much lead off and a quick throw by Catcher Swalley to Hartmnn at first and then to Miller retired the runner going into Hay Talsma also bowed to Tuckers curves on a third On the mound for the Sioux City ans appeared that Ancient Mariner of semipro Slick Mor and he proceeded to show that the old arm had not lost its at least for a few Akron did not get anywhere with his twirling in the initial Miller grounded out to the Tucker drew a was first and second on a throw by old re liable Hibby AllStar Hartman hoisted to Cole led off for Sioux City in he second with u hard line drive to taken nicely by Cole oerched 011 first a Spenners Cast hopper was taken by but he throw eluded Cole jeat it toward but Tucker re covered the ball in time to throw him out at Herrig was out at first on a shot to the Akrons half of he second was productive of the in tial After Peck had and Brown was likewise Brown cracked out a triple and scored on Swalleys twoply Bogenrief then relieved Mor ganon the mound and Wetzeler re ired the side by striking In the Peck again grabbed and froze to Lepperts hard liner to eft Bogenrief went down on jfarrison drew a but a quick throw by Tucker caught iim off For Tucker and Miller were infield Ellis Tucker Hartmans fly was aken in left Sioux City knotted tht count in the ourth Beaubien banged out a the first hit off Tals na skied out to Cole id and When he deliberately imbled toward Tucker made a play on him and he was out at second but Beaubien scam ered home third Twas an old baseball trick that work id and gave the AllStars their first Cole skied out to right Peck did the unusual by triking out the second time Brown drove out a single and tole Browns fly was muffed in short Swalley was re ired on a sizzling line drive to Wetzeler filling the A hange of pitchers was made by he Speedball suc eeding Bogenrief on the ucker drove a fast one down the first jase line and Cole grabbed it to re ire the The AllStars forged to the front n the fifth Spencer teed off vith a Kistner was brown out at first on a dropped hird Spencer taking third from where he scored on Lap jert s clean Bogenrief drove fast one to who tossed to econd to erase and the o first was time to nip IJogenrief or the only double play of the Lkron went after Kisfner with a will ii their Miljer started it with a iot Tucker neatly sacri ced him to Miller a ash for third and was Hart nan swung hard at a third A ingle by Peck sent Miller Continued on inside page TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school and Bible class 10 Divine worship 11 The Ladies Aid will meet in th church parlors Thursday afternoon with Alfred Meske The Church Council will meet i the church parlors on Wednesday eve For now I am ready to be offeree and the time of my departure is a I have fought a good lave finished tny I have kep he faith henceforth tliere is laid u for me a crown of righteousness which the the righteous judge shall give me at that day and not to me but unto all them also thai love His TI We welcome you to worship with us OHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at 10 Divine worship service at 9 The Aid will meet in the parish hall on witl Henry Ludwigs as Our annual Mission Festival will be celebrated on July Wo welcome you to worship with METHODIST CHURCH NOTES Clothes do not make a but they do reveal a lot about his judg Some folks seem to forget No person smoketh unto Lois Nelson will bring the message to the Sunday morning wor ship service next in the ab sence of the Siebens will be the leader and act as chairman for the this ser vice will bo at 11 oclock Sunday school meets at 10 with classes for There will not be any Youth Fel lowship meeting next in the absence of the ALBERT niiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiinuiiiiranm LOCAL NEWS NOTES Brady left yesterday on a bus iness trip to Dos Hamilton Farmers will meet in tile Merle Fick bohui home Monday July Members and friends of the Lake view Extension club will a pic nic the Fourth at Lawrence Ronald Dirks and his bride are living at 1024 Jackson street in Sioux Dirks is stationed at the Sioux City Army Air James Klauer came from Camp for a week end visit with his wife and children and other relatives and and Miles of were calling on friends and former neighbors here They are visiting their Fred and family near Elk Miss Marylou RossJ who is a stu dent in vocal and piano music the Cosmopolitan School of Music in Chi came last Friday to spend a va cation in the home of her and and of Al and their Peter and of and and Jack Frerichs and child of were Sunday visitors in the home of and Henry east of Mac Thorson visited friends at Iowa City the latter part of last Mac graduated from the University of Iowa several weeks ago and re cently he successfully passed the ex amination of the state board of phar macy at He is now await ing a call for service in the having passed the preinduc tion and Anderson and Earnest and little daugh returned yesterday from where they had gone to visit Earnests who is stationed there in the Upon the return and Anderson stopped in to view the sights of the nations capital a couple of days the first of this week end enjoyed a visit with Gerald Smith and Guests present at the Charles Jans home June were and Herbert McLain and and and Chester Chambei lain and of ancl Earl Rosenbaum and of Elk and Albert Rosenbaum and Alvin and Miss Cora of and Fred Ouncu and and Will Onnen and ahd Richard Onnen and and Walter Starkinan and and Conrad all of and Karl home on SOLEMNIZE EARLY SUMMER WEDDING HERE JUNE 22 Naomi Steinert And Elmo Fletcher Take Vows At Trinity Church A very pretty early summer wed ding was solemnized in Trinity Lu theran church in this city at high noon June when VTiss Naomi Steinert and Elmo Fletcher were united in the holy bonds of the A in the presence of relatives and The day was also the wedding anniversary of the jrides Acting as attend ints to the bridal couple were Miss iVilnw Miss Lora jcoriard Halweg and Arlo To the time of Lohengrins Wed ding played by Henning the bridesmaids entered he followed by the bride on he arm of her and proceeded o the altar where they were mot by he groom and his attendants Pre eding the nuptial Hugh Chamberlain sang I You 1ruly and with accom ianiment by At the onclusion of the ceremony Ihamberlain also sang The Lords The bride was charming in a white atin floor made with ong and full bridal veil ith embroidered and long she carried a bouquet of white giant ringed white feverfew and Recmts wore blue floor with cor oge of yellow rose Miss Lora letcher wore a yellow floor with corsage of yellow rose The groom and his attendants rare dark with white carnations n their The mothers of the ride and groom wore corsages of Actings as ushers were tnune Hehken and Lowell Nail Thb liurch was prettily decorated with oses and seasonal garden lowers for io Following the wedding 10 wedding party drove to Sioux City o have pictures at u reception was held for them nd a threecourse dinner served to ilatives friends in the Trinity lurch The tables were doc rated in the brides chosen white and The brides topped by a miniature bride and was the centerpiece on the rides The sumptuous dinner as prepared by Frank Jacobs Continued on last page APTIST CHURCH NOTES June ight at the The young peo e will present a program in order to elp pay for their camp July union followed by the Sun ay school July lie Ladies Association meets at the with White and leteher as Morse nd Rossbach will have the pro Prayer and ible study at the Choir ractice at the OLEN KENNELL SUMMONS COMES TO YOUNG WIFE Florence Of Westfleld Had Been 111 Several Months After an illness of several Florence south of Ak passed away in a Sioux City hos pital Tuesday July She was born at Aug ust On February she was married to John and they engaged in She was a mem ber of the church at Mer Surviving are the husband her fa ther Homer of Merrill John Heieu and Georgia both of and Wanda of Sioux City her Frank of Mer rill They have the sympathy of many friends in their Funeral services were held Friday isi the Mftthodist church at conducted by Interment was in the Merrill Both parties win when you use 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