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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - July 6, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLtTME 57 JULY 1944 NUMBER 48 THIS IS FINAL WEEK OF FIFTH WAR LOAN DRIVE Plymouth County Is Reported Considerably Short Qf Its Quota With population of around in Plymouth county and with abou potential bond purchasers only persons have purchased Wai Bonds inthe Fifth War Loan Drive a quota of for Plymouth the total sales re ported to date are not quite It is known that many people in the county have been waiting unti the fliial paft of the drive to make their Many others have purchased only a portion of what they plan to The drive ends next July Now is the time to make your purchase Carefully consider or reconsider now your ability to purchase bonds and make your investment accord iriake your Remember the most you can invest is the least you can Have reading the papers lately If you you have noticed the reports of casualties in Europe as well as in the The cost of Saipan was exceedingly We owe it to these boys to avenge their death by going all out in the final days of the Fifth War Loan Remember more bonds you the Fewer White Crosses Gold Fewer Sorrowing To buy bonds is the leastrwe can LOCAL GAS DEALER MAKING EXPANSION OF HIS SERVICE The Akron Oil Sales put into ser vice another huge gasoline transport truck of The trans porttruck for hauling insupplies of gasoline from distant storage centers as well as a fleet of five gas and oil delivery thecapacity of being 520 and 300 firm has a local i gas storage capacity of also recently established bulk storage facilities at to better serve that the same7 being in chargeof Arnold Raymon propri etor of the Akron has great ly increased thecapacity and volume of business of the plant since he pur chased it about three years ago and has still further improvement and ex pansion in A Paper be put on by the Cub Scouts on July Boys will carry an identification that they are membersof the local Cub Scout and that the drivehas been authorized by Cub Afaster Pannkuk and Walflo Please have your waste paper ready for the boys Fri July CHURCH TO OBSERVE ITS ANNIVERSARY Big Springs Baptists 1 To Hold Pour Days Celebration July 1216 Following is the program for the celebration of the seventyfifth anni versary of the Big Springs Baptist church on Fri Saturday and July 15 and 16 Singing by the choir of the Aloester Baptist church 2 30 Praise and prayer Singing by the choir and male Womens in chargeof Algot Carl Bolinder will also Sing ing by ladies Lunch in church Speaking by Be0BJ and giugjug foy choir solo by Dinner in Historieal Airian Sjjliging by anniversary Under of R Dahl GjMetings from the State Con other churches and frpm Supper inohuroh parlors Speak Singing by the male chorus and a quar Coinraunion service at the plose of ADAVILLE CHURCH TO HOLl HOMECOMING Next July will be ob Homecoming Day at the Adavijle Sunday school at the usual hour 10 Preaching service at with Bishop of Kan sas bringing the message At the morning Margare Philips Will sing a special number Following these the threi churches of the Grand Meadow and join in a basket The afternoon session will begin ai Bishop Weidler wil speak on the Jesus Great est Question Luke Rev Paul Varce of Grand wil use for his Young Mans Question The sub ject of the sermon by Hal Riggs of will Pilates Ques tion Christian Preaching 8 Everyone BORN A to and Donald southwest of June A to and of at Akron July A to and Carl southwest of at Ak July A to and Hans northwest of at Akron July A to and Siem northwest of July PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs Herbert Wednesday after July Illllllllllllllllllllllllli LOCALJfEWS NOTES and Joe of isited relatives and friends here the Local barber shops increased the arico of shavesfrom 25c to 35c the Irst of the Jack Gusman arrived Monday night to spend a ten days furlough n the home of and Orlan Moore returned Sat irday from a several weeks visit vith her nd other relatives at Oakland Mrs Ethel Thorson left today for a isit with her soninlaw and daugh and and Mle granddaughter at Miss Lola Mae Small came from ifinneapolis to visit in the home of er and Harley the first of the Her mother accompanied her to Sioux ity to visit relatives Operations at the Akron Hospital daughter of Fred of tonsilectoiny Noriria aughter of Fred of Tom Downey and f are medical Ralph who recently re urned from Italy and had been spend ng a furlough in the home of his pa and Arthur eft yesterday for North Car where he will be assigned to f ur lier army and Cunningham nd en joyed a visit over ay from her f Grand and her broth Clark who recently eturned from 14 service as radar operator in the South Pacific and Ted Burnight and and Mary re urned yesterday from a visit sev ral days with Burnights pa ents at Brook and rel tives at Two of her one army and one in he wore Lome on Charles came unday from wheie he ad been attendingtechnical training chool He is spending a two weeks irlpugh with his and Charles and orthwest of before returning a Guests in the Finley home uesday were Finleys and of Brook and Wytek arid and Charles of Sioux Patrick Tomain for a few day1 visit in Finley and with relatives at Tolnmy Finley aceoinpan ed his home to Brook he will spend a few days AKRON BALL TEAM WINS TWO MORE GAMES THIS WEEK Sioux City AllStars Victims Here Sunday Down Yankton July 4 The Sioux City AllStars returnee for another baseball game against the Akron team last but did not put up as much of a contest as they 3id the previous when Akron defeated the AllStars by a tworun Last Sunday Akron won by a score of 13 to Peron Swalley took his turn in the pitchers box for A sore arm muscle bothered him a but not enough to prevent him sitting the vis ting batsmen down in quite regular He fanned first up Beaubien but was retired on an attempted theft of Tals ma also Slick Morgan ap aeared on the mound again for the AllStars and looked right at the Miller led off for driv ng to left for an while Tuck er and Hartman grounded Al most the same story was repeated in he second The AllStars broke the ice in he top of the Leppert nicked Swalley for a advancedon a pass ed ball and scored when a throw to first base was muffed on Harrisons roller to Beaubien then struck out and Talsma and Cole were in leld Akrort connected for hree safe hits its half of the third but a bit of woozy base run ning prevented a score or The AllStars went into a 3 to 0 iead in their half of the Af er Cole short to Herring and Leppert sin fled in good for two Iteppert was thrown out at home plate n trying to score on Morgans ended the rally man drew a walk andscored on Pecks ong smash to He crossed home late just as the fielder picked up the but an AllStar player protested hat Peck failed to touch second base and the umpire so the run ner was ruled with only a double o his next lammed out a but expired on bird when Brown and ucker skied Akron proceeded to tie the count in he fourth after Talsma had eplaced Morgan in the box for the Swalley and Wetzeler sin Miller was third to Tuckers grounder to third was Swalley Hartman alsosunt a hopper to Wetzeler icing trapped between third and home Pecks walk filled the bases and another to dreed in Browns 6ng fly was taken in Akron went to work on Pitcher alsina with a will in the sixth Tucker and Swalley led off with ome Cole then relieved alsma in the Wetzelers fly to ight was Miller grounded Tucker met onesquarely on he beezer for another send ng Wetzeler in Singles by and Brown netted Akson two more bringing the otal for the inning to sixand niak ng the game count read Akron added a quadruple coating n the seventh Swalley con nected for his fourth straight Wetzeler flew out to Miller was afe on shortstops Tucker loading the The stage vas all set for Hartmans homerun cleaning the The count fas now Barney Feauto was sent in to pitch be last two innings for Swal ey taking Wetzeler place in eauto got away all right in the although a bit unsteady at the Cole was but was orced at second by Spencer Iso was and Herring truck The AllStars added a ouplc more in the ninth on a walk o Bogenrief and a circuit smash by Swalley led in batting for Continued on last page CMMANUEL OHUROH Sunday school at 10 in Preaching service at 11 by Robert student from Confirmation class at 2 Ladies Aid on July n the church entertained by Robert Anderson and Edith of Sioux pent Thursday with her MissesAnna and Oda TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre For The Coming Week The talking picture entertainment to be provided at the Theatre during the coming week will consist of a a Stooge a war tragedy and a musical On Friday and Saturday July 7 and there will be a double feature Feature 1 will be an intrigueing The in which appear Richard Jane Eu gene Victor Robert Armstrong and Beryl All of the tried and true elements of top notch outdoor action fare are present in this uppedbudget produc ed by Harry past master of There are dance hall wrecking assorted villainy and a garnishment of clean As marshal of a booming frontier Richard Dix has a superman assignment to estab lish law and opposed by out aws and the communitys best citi zens as Fresh from his triumphs in American Empire and Buck skin Richard Dix as The is the most Amazing Mar shal of them Feature 2 is a Stooge Shown on the Norka screen Sunday and Monday July 9 and 10 will be a wartime The Purple The whole story con cerns the trial in a Japanese court eight American aviatprs who were grounded after the Tokyo bombing A feud between a army genera and an admiral on getting in ormution from the prisoners on where the planes came from wheth er from a land base Or from a flat The Dana wil not and then one iby the oth ers are called before the general to undergo NbneVwill Then he general changes his tactics and promises treatment as pris mers of war if the men will reveal the ligji American officials behind the at ack for future reference if Japan wins the This is tempting and he nleii hold a with the ii i otes to give this information they vill go through the ligh court official counts the here is still no one to lespite wounds and extreme court then orders them to be ex The men march back to their ells with strong steps and heads held While grimly the pic ure will leave those witness it vith a greater sense of responsibility oward our forces arid a determina ioii to do all they can to Appearing on the screen Wednes ay July will be the mu ical Swing featuring iay who is ably assisted by William at Maxie Nova and the Merriel Abbott while ates a Lena Home interpo Kay Kyser is a bud ing composer from who Iso is sometimes blessed an evil eye with which he can lypnotize In trying to get some notice for his he s mixed up with who is rying to develop a prizefighting pa Nat In order to make Kyser use the eye on the champ o his man can Gargan causes his Marilyn to lead on At the last minute she con esses the plot to because she as fallen in love with vhohasnow become a successful band goes through with the idea nyway after breaking away from the ival and Pendleton Gar graciously hands over Marilyn to ay when he sees he has lost the iiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii of visited elatives and friends here over Sun Josephine of ame Sjmday to assist in the care of er George west who is Howe left last Friday to ttend the MidWest Missionary Con erenco at as a elegate from Northwest Iowa lethodist Palmer and f Sioux wew guests last week i the home of her They went to Sat to visit relatives to see leir who submitted to an op ration in the hospital Miss Mae Johnson has been spend ig two weeks vacation with her and Olof of and among other elatives and Miss Johnson employed as a operator in lie Air Service Command at Hill near and finds the rork there very OLD RESIDENT AKRON VICINITY IS SUMMONED McClain Farmed Near Here Many Years Died At Little a widely known ant respected resident of this community for more fifty passet away on July a at the home of his foster Blanche at Lit tle at the age of 82 4 months and 15 He had jeen in failing health for some time rlue to the iilllrmities of anc two weeks before his death he went to the home of his daughter who tenderly cared for him until the fina summons McClain was horn February in Montgomery Ohio where he grew to He came to in the fall of 1892 and worked near there for Van Vleck for several On Decem ber lie was united in mar riage with Miss Kate Brauri at Le He started farmin south Adavillfa and later farmed southeast of Akron for a number of His wife preceded him in death July He continued farming until five years when he came to Akron and has since resided Left to mourn his departure are one of Law and two fosterdaugh Madeline of Le and Blanche of Lit tle A Gene Beau of Sioux pre ceded him in death in this He is also survived by several nephews and McClain was a man of upright character and industrious Ho had many who extend sym pathytotheberflaved The body was brought hero from Little and funeral services held Wednesday morning at 10 oclock in Patricks Catholic Ernst Inter ment was in the Catholic jeside his TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class at Divine Worship The Mission Circle will meet in the parish hall at Chatsworth on Tuesday with Gert as The Luther League will meet in the church parlors on Thursday he Fern Anderson family Helen Hitzemon will represent the Trinity Luther League at the District onvention to bo held at Cedar July 8 and There will be no service at Trinity on July The congregation s cordiaHy invited to attend the Mis sion Festival at Chats We welcome you to worship with OHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday School at Divine Service at The Mission Circle will meet on Tuesday evening frith Gert Lud as The Luther League will meet at Ak ron on Thursday Our annual Mission Festival will be celebrated on July The noming service will begin at and the afternoon service at Speakers The of aig and the Elmer of Go ye and teach all na baptizing them in the name of he and of the and of the loly Ghost Teaching them to ob serve all things whatsoever I have commanded you and lo I am with you even unto the end of the FORMER AKRON BOY IS INJURED IN AUTO SPILL Friends of Bruce of and Clyde who ived here a couple of years ago or so vhile his father was WPA foreman f construction on the school auditor will be sorry to hear that the boy suffered severe and painful injuries n an auto accident at Des Moines ast when the car in which he riding struck loosegravel and His companion escaped but Bruce sustained a triple racture of the pelvic He is re ceiving treatment in Iowa Lutheran Room Des Both parties win when you RegisterTribune Want use METHODIST CHURCH NOTES Your pastor is very proud of th fact that he has laymen who are ca pable and willing to take over leader ship in the pastors Even though these lines are written before the service of July 2nd was held your pastor knows that you people had i very helpful worship I wan to take this way of thanking hot Brother Siek Siebens and Lois Nelson for their willingness to serve and for the very fine job that I know they both Your pastor expects tq be in his place in the home pulpit on Sunday July The next big thing in our church program will be the High Schoo Oroup Camp at Lake Okoboji the week of July 17 to A person who would be spoiled by compliments would soon spoil any as the little boy said when ivarned that he would surely burst if le ate any more answered pass the cake and get out of the we keep on saying those nice things about Polks when they are It really pays to appreciate Better build schoolrooms for the joy than cells in jails for the The Womans Society of Christian Service will meet Wednesday after July at the Lunch vill be ALBERT UNION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 An ice cream also a program at 8 will be held in Luther July Seek ye first His Kingdom and LESLIE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school Preaching at 11 fliiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiin LOCALNEWSNOTES Next regular meeting of the July witli Clara and Mark Coleman and laughters of Sioux were visit rs here Finley and pent Saturday at heir former Maud of visited over Sunday and the ourtli with her and Elwin Conner left Tuesday to take the V12 training course in the Navy at Notre Dame South and Karch and lobert Pollock and daughter came rom Sioux City and joined relatives a picnic lunch the Leonard Lamoureux and hildrea and Idelline Simeon and spent the Fourth with the Clifford Johnson family at and Olaus Vindahl came rom to visit over the with their Neil and and the family f her PSrry Neil McLaiie received two let ers this week from her l jviio went overseas sev ral weeks He was able to defi itely state that he is on the French ivasioa coast and in the Cherbourg Miss Lois Jean Baldwin was down rom for a visit over ie week end in the home of her pa and She as been employed in the college rinting department there since the lose of the school The Fourth of July was a very quiet vent in Most of the business laces remaining closed all A umber of people took in the doings t Riverview Sioux while thers enjoyed family gatherings and The weather was The weather has been warm this with a top reading of 95 degrees There was about a half inch f rain Monday and more is in pros eet today It has been great week for all crop growth and ome corn is now waist Small rain is maturing Leonard McCorkell returned the rst of the week from here he hus been employed by the overiuueut for several months as an xpert in charge of repairing airplane He made the trip from Aus itt to California by plane in about i hours flying After a vaca his wifeand wjUphave een will o where he expects to re urae work for the Continental Air plane FORMER AKRON ATTORNEY WEDS IN CALIFORNIA Annella Lamb Formerly Of Is Bride Of Geary San Miquel of Los Ange was the scene of a lovely wedding at 1 oclock Sunday June when Miss Annella of Los was united in marriage in a double ring ceremony with Wilson son of Dan of Father Thaddeus officiated at ligh The bride was given in marriage by who is Wilson Dearys commanding officer and also a very close friend of the She ivore a pale blue floorlength organdy gown and her head dress was diamond shaped with white She wore a cameo necklace that belonged to her The bridesmaid was Joe Crow and she wore a pink floorlength fown and her head dress was of pink and blue She carried a nose ray of pink and blue The est man was and Heissel was A wedding breakfast was served to wenty guests at Paso Robles The bride is a former LeMars girl and lived in that community until hree years when she moved to She was an instructor vith the Signal Corps at Gilflllian De ense plant in Los The groom graduated from the Le Vlars high school and the University f South He practiced law before his induction nto the In November he re urned from where he had een Geary will remain in Los An gles until Geary has been asf Robles or Santa AKRON MAKE RUtt 0 SAVE HOME FROM FLAMES The Akron flre department made a un in the truck to PrNielsen about ten miles west of t about oclock Monday after and put out a fire in the base nent of house occupied by nd Melvin During washing a can of gasoline was ac identally overturned by a child and Akron firemen pumped into the basement from a tank 1 the farm yard and soon had the laze under Some clothing anging in the basement was burned nd the ceiling was slightly ut the damage was No one was njurcd by the blazing Paul Von son of nd Albert Von serving i the Coast writes the RegisterTribune to change the ad ress of his paper ORMER COUNTY ARMER CALLED John Bohms Lived Near Milnerville Before Locating In Sioux City John a former well known resident of Plymouth died Friday June at his home in Sioux after an extended aged 73 5 months and 25 Bohms was born in January He came to America at the age of 17 and lived at for three In 1893 he moved to LeMars and farmed in Plymouth county for 17 He had been a grading contractor in Sioux City since He was a member of the Lutheran Survivors include his Clara two John and Al bert of Sioux City eight Miss Emma Bohms and Edith of Misses Viola and Florence of Sioux City Mary of Miss Elizabeth an army nurse overseas Clara of Port and Frances of Sioux two Mary of and Fan nie of Iowa one brother and in Germany also Funeral Services were held Monday afternoon at the NelsonBerger fune ral parlors in Sioux Interment Gracelaud Park   

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