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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 10, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                AUGUST 1944 NUMBER 1 REQUIEM HIGH MASS IS SAID FOR AKRON OFFICER Arnold Waterbury Made Supreme Sacrifice In France On July 7 A requiem high mas was said in St Patricks Catholic church Mondaj morning at oclock by Fr Ernst in memory and honor Arnold who woi killed in action July while serving with the forces on the invasion Many rela tives and friends attended this solemn and impressive a number be ing present from Elk Point and West his former The Elk Poinf American Legion and Auxiliary mem bers attended in a bringing their color guards and On behalf o Hoschler Americrin o Jack Behmer presented an flag to Arnold Watertrary second son of Frank and Catherine was born at August and attained months and 22 He attended thr Westfleld schooland graduated in He then moved to Akron with his parents and entered the Univers ity of South at that graduating and receiving his degree in He was active in at the U and became a sec ond lieutenant in After completing his he was em ployed by the Northwestern Bell Tel ephoneCo and the Railway He was married to Miss Betty Har of Elk January Waterbury entered the army service January and received his training at Camp and Camp He went overseas this leaving from Camp New and landing in He arrived in France the second day of the invas He belonged to the 358th Infan Continued on last page READYFORlfOCK SHOW AUGUST 15 Fine Plenty Of Entertainment Promised Local Stores To Close The stage is all set for a most inter esting program to be given in connec tion with the community Livestock Show tobe held in Akron next Tues August Everything is in readiness for the placing of exhibits 4H in the large east of the Gassman Motor and there is prom ise of a fine array of products of the farms of the surrounding All entries will be judged on the point so it will be possible to have more than one blue ribbon in each bake goods and fancy work entries are open to For any information desired eee Besse or It s regretted that the col ored baseball team of Sioux Falls Air upqessary to cancel the game Akron for Show the committee is ar ranging to secure another good team to take their The game will be played after the judging of livestock and awarding of ribbons lias been After the baseball game there will be a program of athletic Then will follow a basket pionio supper in the A kittenbajl Iowa South Da will be played in the and under the Continued on last page METHODIST CHURCH NOTES No need fear that on fact will never upset eve though it may upset one of our own pet Jesus did not come into this work to make life He came to mak men On Being a Disciple wil be the theme for morn We all have a be a grea disciple and we can be if we will real ly work at The Bible tells us that not many not many nobl are called But God hath chosen the foplisji things of the world to con found the wise and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to con found the When I feel un equal to any I try to this and that carry God has a place for every one of us in His Do we all have a rea slace for God in our lives To me i ah awful thought that God has giv in me the power to turn Him down and to leave Him out of my Our final Church Conference foi his Church Year will be witl he Frank Bean in or August Bean will preach for us at 11 and will hold Con erenee at Our Youth Peilowship will mee again next Sunday Miss Slsie Larsen will be our We vill start the study of The American Indian at this which starts at 3 ALBERT PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Morning worship at 11 Election of Sunday school and ihurch officers will follow morning Aid social will be held at the Wai ace Beeler home Friday August LOCAL NEWS NOTES ffllllllllUllll Miss Jean Culpepper left Sunday for a Baseball onAkron Sunday t Akron out and see another good Eva of came lost Friday for a visit in he home of her uncle and nd Miss Betty Hansen returned last hursday to after a visit in be home of her and red northwest of Miss Ruth of Sioux was a week end visitor in the ome of her and ee northwest of John of ras looking after his farm interests of last and also isited relatives and a few oldtime riehds Hartman returned last hursday from here she has been with her stationed there n the Army Air He has re ently been on Abe Silverberg went to Sioux Falls ast Friday to see his Philip who has been serving as a udge in the judge advocates office at le Army Air Base before his ransfer to for fur ler duty at another Air Miss Joy Dcane Arkin caine Friday rom Iowa where she has been a udent at the summer session at the tate She will spend the until the next term be ins the last of this in the ome of her and Junior Barr came Monday rom Camp South to pend a furlough with his aycs and other relatives and Banand his and Orin Blake and lildren and Dan were en ertained in the Ijprae of and an Blake Monday eve Lowell Harkness who has served in e Navy the couple of ears or and has seen considerable otive service one of thebig battle lips in the South arrived sist Thursday evening from Breiner where he is at present sta to sptrad aUeave with his pa and Asa nd other relatives and The Moir Implement is remod ling the east front of its bulling on eed The blocks have torn out and rugiface brick pil ars will be erected to matqh the west along with glass windows nd stainless steel There will so be reflooringand enlargement f Altogether it ill nice improve AKRON BALL TEAM LOSES ITS INITIAL GAME OF SEASON Fast Team Jumps Into Early Lead And Is Never Headed A nifty baseball team come down from S last Sunday anc gave the Akron team the sort of coin petition they have been wishing for all the going was so tough that Akron lost its first game in ten starts this was a real battle all the way between wo evenly matched clubs and a good sized contingent of local fons derivet a lot of pleasure even if he home team did have to play sec ond fiddle in the Freeman has a bunch of seasoned who ap jear to have what it takes to be lead rs of the South Dakota league his At few who wit lesseel the game would concede thai freeman has any edge over Akron as a hardhitting A oofe at the score sheet shows that Ak had the advantage in batting ant freeman put up the best fielding 01 defensive The final score of 6 to 4 was what Emery Tucker was on the pitching nound for and he struck out first visiting batsman to face Wollman got a life on a bobble at third The Freeman players hen exploded a bombshell that vas good for four big Heirigs nd Koerner singled in the atter blow scoring Wal er also connecting for a hit that sent leirigs across the A stinging louble from the bat of Pfeiffer sent and Walter galloping and he took third on a throw to the plate on Anderson tapped ine to who tossed him out at firsthand Hartmons relay to Swalley vas in time to neat double jlay at home on retiring the Miller led off forAkron by slammini ine to who Miller pro ieeded to steal second and advanced o third on Tuckers short Hartman Peek fili ng the Brown delivered a lit that scored Tucker being eld at Pitcher Walter showed jlcnty of stuff by striking out Jrown and two tough bats Tucker bore down hard on Freeman in the second fanning vhile Huber and Bartling were infield Akrou made a bid for more uns in its Enockson got a Tucker went down A valk was issued to but he was rased at second when Tucker hit a hopper to Hartman smashed i hit through the scoring Enock Peck walked again and the bases vere but Browns ard drive to left was ending urthel scoring The visitors got busy again in the hird Wollman drove a long y to left Peek fading back and etting his glove on but it popped ight Heirigs drew a A aught fly in right retired Vollman advancing to from vhere he scored on Walters safe bunt oward first Pfeiffer grounded o who threw Walter out at sec nd and the relay beat Pfeiffer to first or another neat double play by Ak ons retiring the Akron out in order in its Freeman threatened again in the ourth Anderson hit pomer grounded to third and Ander was ruled safe going into second n a very close Huber was pitcher to Bartling shot a rounder to third and Anderson was between there and ran own and put Wollman was the lird out on a tap to the For and Miller fanned nd Tucker grounded The fifth was also a short one for e Heirigs and Koerner rounded out to the Walter ngled but made the mistake C trying to pilfer In Ak ons Hartman and Peck skied ut to center and Brown Brown oisted out to Tucker was still bearing down n the visitors in the sixth feifrer grounding short to first Vnderson flying out to Spomer riking For Swalley led ft1 with a but was out at sec nd on Enocksons grounder to Tucker singled sending noekson to Miller was econd to and Tuckers fly all was taken in left Huber opened the seventh for the Continued on inside page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week There will be presented at the Nor ka Theater in the of talking pic ture entertainment during the ensu ing week a program consisting of a a an army comedy and a On the program for Friday and Sat 11 arid be the usual double feature 1 of which will be a Beyond the Last with Smiley Burnett in the leading This is the first of a new with Eddie Smiley Burnett and Bob Mitchum giving the picture zip and A Texas Ranger poses as an outlaw to spy on a jang of wholesale For a while he gets away with but when the men in the gang start grumbling about all the their lead ir decides to check This brings about quite a mixup before the gang is 2 feature is a screwball comedy for anyone looking Cor a Danger Women At wherein Patsy Kelly inherits a house and a tenton Going nto the trucking business with hei two gal her first job is to move gambling to Las On that trip many queer am exciting things are ar and tried and when releasec heir boy friends come tor them ant here is a triple weddingceremony in court Patsy Kelly is at jestin an irrepressible comedy role and Isabel as hei koep in tempo with the mood with which she plays mr to make it afield day foi vomen Coming to the Norka screen on Sun day and Monday August le and is the See Pri rate Like a froir our favorate thig reaches touches your heart andimakes you a jurt of all the joys dis appointments and unpleasan tries of ife for the neophyte It has a almost and a degree of and friendly harm rarely seen on tlif screen Rob ert Walker earns permanent stardom f the title and Keenan as his money minded scores Added o the film treatment of Marion Har grove s best seller is a fresh romantic aside from which the picture ollows closely in incident and spirit lis witty commentary on camp life Other well known creen actors in the cast are Robert Donna Ray hill Bob Crosby and Marta A comedydrama is on the bill for Tuesday and Wednesday August 15 and the The housing problem near a defense plant causes two girls and wo boys to share one two iris by night and the two boys by The fiance of one girl breaks heir engagement when he of So one of the who has fall n for the goes to him and ex When the fiance calls to traighten things the girl sends im because by this time she eaJizes that she and the boy are in iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuiiniiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiinmnniirai LOCAL NEWS NOTES Miss Judy Baldwin returned Tues ay from a visit with her uncle and unt at Puhl left Saturday for a isit with her John and near Cross and visited in the home of their ister and Herman t last Miss Irene who is a federal em loye in arrived ast Thursday evening to spend a va ation with her and xuis west of Maude Van Court received word iat her after 18 onths in the Pacific theater of war gainst the is back in San Di the place where he received hia boot Alton Foster and little Barbara arrived Tues ay last for extended isit in the home of her Mri nd John Her hus Alton is serv ig in the South Pacific with the Operations at the Akron Hospital lifford appendectomy ton Arvid a daugh er of Harry Saterbo a daughter of Lambert Jef ers is surgical A daughter f Emil west of is an ppendeetomy patient at the Vermil MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD SUNDAY FOR BYRON ALLEN Afyout 200 Friends And Neighbors Present At Impressive Ceremony An impressive Memorial servici was held in the First Baptist churcl at oclock Sunday afternoon August for Byron K son of and Al of this who was reportec tilled in England on July 1944 There were approximately 200 friends and neighbors of the Allen family in The Akron High schoo Class of in which Byron gradu attended the service in a body The ushers were Richard Coleman and William Thu service was conducted by the the Olen witl Adams as the organist Don Taylor sang Beyond the The American Legion color composed of Adams and Otto presented the post of the Methodist led thecongregation in a prayer of Candles were lit by Youngstrom and Miss Vir ginia Tucker for the young people of the church in the armed as follows Robert Byron Hayes James Cole Darcy Roland Fletch Harold Harper Arvel Wilmer Sidney Marjory Freeman Losen Lyndall New Kenneth Eldon Ivyl Clayton Hugh Robert Elbert Karl In Youngstrom quoted the following lines God gave my son in trust for me Christ died for as He died for and my son should be a man for He is his and Gods and r He gave himself that he niight help to save all that a Christian should all that enlightened men hold On behalf of the Jack Behmer then presented Allen fam ily with the American a substantial purse was presented at this time by friends to be used as a memorial to Kennell gave theMemorial ad using Byrons favorite Romans For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Miss Virginia Tucker sang the con cluding Beautiful Isle of Adams played Taps as the The friends Of the Allen family presented many floral which enhanced the service Relatives and friends who came Prom a distance to attend the Memor ial services were and Samuelson and Miss Harriet Sam of Iowa Mary Kipp and Conrad and Yvonne of Iowa and William Howes and Colleen of Sioux Iowa and Taylor and Don of Iowa and Walter Sowes and Loyd and Gene of BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES August Jnified Service of followed y the Sunday school August The Ladies Association meets at the with Clarence Kjose as The lesson will be presented y the World Wide Guild Thursday prayer and Bi de study at the August Lhe World Wide Guild Missionary Pea will be held in the Miss Snid of will e the You ore urged to at this OLEN ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 The astors subject will An Anti lote for Scripture Evening services at Christian BORN A to Seaman and Srnest of at Ak August A to and Embert west of at Akron Hos August A to and northeast of Aug ust TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class a Divine Worship m Holy Communion will be celebrater on Sunday August The Ladies Aid will mnot nt th home of Ernest Moske on Wed nesday There will be a special meeting o the congregation after the service on August The Luther League will not mee until Due to the busy threshing it was thought ad visable to drop the regular meeting for the month of The annual convention of the Iowa District of the American Lutherai church will be held at Aug ust The natural man receiveth no I he things of the Spirit of God for hey are foolishness unto him neith er can he know because they are spiritually discerned I We welcome you to worship OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday school at 10 Holy Communion will be celebrated n August The Luther League will not during the month of We welcome you to worship with meet CMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Preaching service at 11 by Student Roger of Augustana Rock Confirmation class at 2 Tlic Womans Missionary Society vill meet in the home of John kelson on August in lonor of her Everyone is asked to bring something for ROGER Student niintlllllllllllllllllllll LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiniiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiii Miss Kathleen Rdzell spent a few lays with Edith Gray in the Walter Brady has accepted a position n the First State Bank at starting his duties there and Lloyd Stinton and wo of camo Sun lay for a weeks visit with relatives md Henry Eiclmcker left Monday for a isit with relatives at Du iuque and at Waterloo nd Cedar Ernest Johnson and are visiting ohnsons and at this Misg Lorraine music in tructor in the ocul stopped ere today for a brief enroute rom a vacation in California to her onic at Claude Seamands and wife nd arrived last Fri ay from called by le serious illness of his Claude is stationed t the Karl who hod been called by the death of is left after a visit here with his and Jans and ther relatives and for Camp Wilson and of Ixcelsior were guests in lehome of her uncle and nd John They and and Hedges also visited rel tives in LeMars the first of the Eugene of ame Saturday to visit her James and family and iher relatives and Her hus and is a railway postal with a un between Chicago and hey formerly resided Frank DeJong and two I Rock visited in the orne of her and rank during the past She recently returned from a isit with her who is in avy training at Harold Grain came Monday from owu City to join his wife and daugh er in a visit in the home of her pa and who is an instructor in Teach rs College nt has been aking special work at the University f lowu this The Akron public schools will open or the fall term oil Septeui er the first day to he devoted to rgauizing Coach Markham ill be at the school building August 4 to meet the boys interested in foot Finley and Coach Mark am will attend a coach school Tues Wednesday and next at LOCAL COUPLE TAKE NUPTIAL VOWS IN PRESTON CHURCH Evelyn Koch And Rademacher Are Principals In Event Two well known Akron young peo people werejoined in the holy bonds f marriage at a pretty ceremony in Johns Lutheran church in Pres on Wednesday August the vows being taken jy Miss Evelyn daughter of and John east of and William of this son of Herman Stew of Osago The ceremony took place at with a arge number of relatives and friends n Karl pas or of the officiated and gave i short Miss Phyllis of was maid of honor and Lowell brother of the was best Miss Joyce Neu mber and Miss Jeane Culpepper were Lawrence Rade nacher and Darrell Port were Jessie Gabel was organist and jlayed the Lohengrin wedding as the bridal group entered the church and Mendelssohns wedding march as he During the ceremony Miss Frances Scott sang 0 Promise Mo and The Lords with Miss Frances Andersen playing the The bride entered the church with er who gave his daughter in They were preceded along a flower strewn path by her attend nts and her Connie Mae Ga flower and Patricia ring respeet in blue and pink They were met ut the altar by the bridegroom nd his The bride was charming in a white atin trimmed with ace and long beaded and ear ied a shower bouquet of white worea pink vith corsage bouquet of white The bridesmaids wore blue and nar ied bouquets of The irides mother was attired a black heer dress and corsage bouquet of and the mother the oride jroom wore an aqua with orsago bouquet of pink A reception was held the home f the brides with sixtyfive The rooms and tables vere prettily decorated with baskets f summer flowers and tapersen conced in candelabra and the bridal pink and A threetiered edding adorned in the bridal formed a beautiful Tho bride attended Akron High chool and is a graduateof the Glass f The is a gradur te of the Osage High school and has employed by the Akron Lumber Company the past three The Continued on last page AKRON AIR CADET WARRRIED IN WEST Miss Myrtle Hart And Cadet Donald Boden Take Vows At Hollywood Announcement is made of the mar riage of Miss Myrtle of Holly wood daughter of and George of South to Cadet Charles Donald Bo of the Army Air the son of of The wedding was solemnised in the Blessed Sacrament of Holly by July at The couple were attended by Dale of matron of and Jack of best The bride was attired in a powder blue dressmakers suit and wore a crown of powder blue with navy blue accessories and a corsage of pink rose The matron of honor was attired in navy with rose and blue The cou ple received immediate friends imme diately following the Cadet Bodeu is stationed at tiie Army Air Santa Califor aud his bride will reside in Hol lywood at 1523 Mc Caddeu Cadet was born in grow to young manhood here and graduated from Akron High school a few years His many friends in this vicinity offer congratulations and very best wishes to him and Ms   

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