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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 31, 1944, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 58 AUGUST 1944 NUMBER 4 NEW SALVAGE CHAIRMAN NAMED FOR THIS COUNTY Succeeds Wassman Paper Drive Is Planned of has bee appointed county salvage chairmai for Plymouth county and is arrang ing to take over the duties of that po sition as commander of Wasmer Posl American Plummer ha been active in salvage campaigns ii As county chairman he wil be assisted by other Legion posts ii the county and the following loca chairmen Ralph Louis Paul Joel Dike Pets Harry Since Wassman went to the hospital for an operation sevcra months ago this county has beer without a salvage chairman and Mr Plummer has undertaken to revive the working through th Legion posts or individual Legion aires where Eight million tons of waste paper are needed this year by our armet forces and the production Be cause every item shipped overseas i made or wrapped with waste paper is war paper The Amer ican Legion has been called by the war production board to help knock out the nations number one war ma terial Every Legionaire and citizen can Save all wrapping paper nnt Get them now bundle them up and hold for collec tion on H Dedicate you waste paper to the one service man nearest your hearfcw Save bundle per week and saVe someboys life BORN A to and Elmer Trei west of at Akron Hospital August A to and Ray mond northeast of at Akron August A to and Fred south of at Akron August A to and Ray Hoff southeast of August LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES Just as a reminder to Auxiliary members to pay your which have increased to at the next Tuesday Septem ber EAGLES WILL HOLD CELEBRATION HERE Labor Day Program Is Complete Band Sports Dance The FraternalOrder of Eagles now have arrangements completed for the big Labor Day celebration they are to sponsor in Akron next Monday after noon and September The program of the day will open at with a concert by the Alcester Municipal one of the classiest musical organizations in this part of the At will be presented the sports feature of the a base ball game between Akron and the Sioux City AllStars These two clubs put up a great exhibition in Akion a week ago last in which Akron edged out a 5 to 4 decis ion over the AllStars in 11 The with the very best tal ent they can recruit in Sioux here next Monday with a determination to even the count but Akrons team will be out there equal ly determined to make it two This should be a real treat for all lov ers of Akrons record for the season is now twelve wins and two A feature not befoie witnessed in Akron will on at when an1 Akron fire department teams puton a water Plenty of fun and excitement js assured in this At oclock dancing will begin on the boWery Music will bo provided by Brownie Walters or The local Eagles club cordially in vites everyone to come and enjoy the festivitiesof the TRINITY LUTHERAN OHUROH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class a Divine worship service at 11 The Church Council will meet i the church parlors Tuesday evening Almighty Lord of the nations under Thy divine guidance our fa thers found in this country a place o refuge and a land of W have hitherto enjoyed freedom fror oppression and the right to worship Thee in spirit and in We lov this good land and this form of gov Help us in this hour o grave Pagans and rulers win lo not hold Thee in awe have sen forth mighty navies and at fleets to bring our country under thei evil will and Unite ou iearts to fear Thy name and to seel Thy mighty Make us strong fr jrotect our way of our heritage f and our right to enjoy in peace those blessings which Thou has iven Do Thou fight for us ant nake our proud enemies know tha Thou art the In spite of out in spite of our Lon d of be with Cause oiu jeople to fill the churches of our land dedicate their homes and their iearts to the only true God We welcome you to worship with us CHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday School at Divine worship p We welcome you to worship with us FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Sunday Bible school at m Preaching at 11 Ladies Aid will meet in the church arlors September witl Cummins and Harvey as Everyone The BiCounty Convention will be leld in the local church Sep ember miiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii Akron stores will close at noon on labor Day for the balance of the day Cross was a business visitoi o points Minnesota during the Dave of Ann came Monday to visit his broth and Maud McVay returned yester ay to after a visit in he home of her Miss Lavonne southwest of went to Iowa City yesterday to esume her studies at the State Uni The Baptist ladies will hold a bake ale on Saturday September in the Jurnett Your patronage ill be Miss Dorothy daughter of loward left Saturday to take position as teacher in the public chool at Ernest Anderson and son went to Sioux nd were visitors in the home of their on and Miss Helen who is employed t came for a vaca on and to visit her and itrs Evan and other relatives nd and Victor of ja visited relatives and riends here and at their ormer last Brun een is employed as a head mechanic n a defense plant at and Rice enjoyed a isit the latter part of last week from is Ruth of Bag and of Rice had not seen ne of his sisters in about thirty and Ole Pederson and Harvey arid of near were guests Sunday in ie home of their nephew and niece nd and Eric Wed and also visited their daughter ntl Miss Olive and Stryzewski re urned Monday from a visit with rel ives and friends in nd with their Ralph Stry who is stationed at Truax near They were icompanicd home by their sther and who have been mployed in Oshkosh this and Aalfs returned aturday from a weeks visit with icir Philip and mnily at Jefferson here he was stationed before leaving or service where he will be ationed at a General His if e and flew by plane to jong to reside with er Grace for erly of for the FORMER RESIDENT OF AKRON ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS Hudson Grain Was Married Here Half Century Ago Oldtime residents of Akron learr with regret of the death of A a former prominent and re spectcd citizen and business man o his at his home in D The following obituary excerpts ar akcn from last weeks Hudson Hud sonite Orley Streator was born at Pros on November and died on August being 77 rears and 9 months of He wa he son of and LoRoy L pioneer settlers in south eastern As a young nmi ie went to Woonsocket and af er remaining there for a few year was employed by the Huntting Ele vator Company at A Akron he met Jeanette who wa1 eaehing in the public schools there md on May Strcatoi and Miss Ege were and las year observed their golden wedding anniversary Two children were born to ant a who in in and a who vith her survive From Akron the Streators went to Sioux and in 1903 moved to Ar where he was in the grain and where he and his wife ook part in civic and church activi until when they moved to whore he again was active ii he grain business for several years then he bought an elevator at In which he operated until vhen he came to Hudson and bough he elevator and he and his wife lave been residents of this conimun tv ever Streator was al oing employed by the Huntting Ele vator Company for over 30 years be ore he bought an elevator of his own was a member of the Congrega ional and for many years ook an active part in church affairs Ie affiliated with the Masonic lodge vhile at and he always kepi is membership in the Akron lodge He is survived by his devoted is life companion for over half a and by his Neva Herbert and by two Elaine and Henrietta of Funeral services were held Tues ay afternoon of last week in the ludson Congregational church and nterment was in Forest Hill eeme west of MOWERY IS SUMMONED AT CALIFORNIA A message was received by lugh Chamberlain advising her of lie death of her at he cause of death was not ut he is known to have previously ad heart Mowery was orn February at Ha was a veteran of World Var Mowery farmed east of ere several and a year or so go he and his family moved to Oak where he has urvivingr are his wife and three Marjorie erviiig in the Waves at Miss Dorothy Mowery and Barbara of Oak They have the sympathy of lany friends in their he funeral and interment will be at MoweryB old next APER SALVAGE NOTICE Please tie up your scrap paper in undies with heavy tying each undle both so that when the ub Scouts call for they can load nd unload it They will make Wednesdays after school and aturdays from now until September when county trucks will call for 1 of it at one so that Plyin uth county will get credit for If separate magazines from HARRY Local Salvage LEASANT HILL OHUROH There will be no services wing to the absence of the Services will be held the following September with ie newly elected officers Pap superintendent ssistant superintendent Elaine Fre secretary Junior treas Aid social will be held at the Paul apritz home September TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The program of talking picture en tertainment at the Norka Theatre for the coming week consists of a series of first a Belgian Congo then a war drama and finally a horror The attraction for Friday anl Sat urday September 1 and will be in which humans and animals get together for the en tertainment of theatregoers who like An embezzler fleeing by plane with some stolen securities is killed when the plane is wrecked in iho Belgian The only survivor is his little who is adopted by a giant Years the ion of the man punished for the crime comes looking for the securities to clear his fathers He is fol owed by others who suspect liis mis but the young lady saves his life and then turns over the evidence lie is Leading parts in the presentation arc tekon by Buster Barton MacLane and Fiti On Sunday and Monday evenings September 3 and tUero appears or he Norka screen a wartime drama Secret in which Pa OBrien is ably assisted by Caroli Chester Ruth War Barton Tom Tully am Wallace An exforeign corrcs supposedly a bu a special works at i shipyard as a pilebuck to uncover sa His brother is the shift bos ind the correspondent finds saddled with a lovely wife and two ihildren as part of his special assign An oldtime noM going with his complicates lis budding affair with his He foils the saboteurs his brother vins his and he leave or Combat Intelligence after obtain ng his wifes promise wait fhe story unwinds realistically ant There are a few shots of the ights in the dark that are quite un istial and with moving shad jwg that will stir excitement and ten What is known in films as a liorror Irama comes to the screen on Wed lesday September undei he The Lady and the Mou In his Arizona Erich fon selfcentered scientist ias the assistance of Richard Arlen n conducting experiments with an Ardeninvented machine which re ords the activity and possibility of uman life in the brain after ased on the novel by Curt Donovans Vera Hruba daughter of von Stroheims leceased objects to this in imnan which the scien ist passionately The brain sed for the it is learn belonged to a famous and his widow and her searching for the flnan iers hidden hope the exper ments will reveal To receive mes ages from the brain through mental Arlen submerges his own ersonality and soon is dominated by lie He goes to Los on last page NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Albert Sweiison was a week end isitor in Des Judy Baldwin and Helena Papritz ere visitors in Regular meeting of Vesper Friday Sep eniber Rose Ann of came Monday to visit her Delia Clifford Johnson and Rus of came last Fri ay for a visit with relatives and There will be a change of time next unday in the Baptist church unday school will begin at and preaching service at Miss Thelma of Sioux and Technical Sergeant Ehvood of the Sioux City Air ere week end visitors in the home of ie formers and The Sunshine club met in the darkness with Harkness Visitors were Pearl Harry Smith and her The next meet ig will be in the Harvey isitors The Mission Circle of Trinity Lu teran church served cake and coffee the Sergeant Bluff OSO to the ser ce men of the Sioux City Air Ease Tuesday this En oute the group stopped at Lewis ark for a The Mission Cir e entertained the service men the ame way last MAILING PERIOD FOR CHRISTMAS PARCELS TO GO OVERSEAS Postoffice Department Designates September 15 To October 15 As Dates Save strong siring and box nmti Postmaster General Frank advises Americans in announcing thi rules for mailing of Christinas gifti for Army and Navy personnel over This year the Christmas period for both Army and Navy over seas forces is the 15 to October After October 15 no gift parcel may be mailed to a sol rlior without the presentation i ivrittcn request from The great demands upon and the need for giving preference t medicine and foot is the prime reason for the early mail ing gift parcels nmsl travel great distances to roach Army and Navy personnel who arc locatec at remote and frequently the transfer of largo numbers to new sta tions necessitates forwarding of tht packages and additional time is re Theresponse that our people made last year during the overseas mailing period demonstrated thai they cooperate in any measure designed for the welfare of our armet forces It is not easy Christmas gifts in the midst of warn weather here at but our people recognized the and because they want the men and women who are ab sent from their homes to know that they are not forgotten at Christmas they took pains to assure prompt de livery of Christmas I know that our people will ob serve the overseas mailing schedule once more this but I do wish to stressthis More care taken in wrapping and packing par cels securely and addressing them clearly and It is not a pleasant thing to visit a postal concentration center and see Walker said to concentrate the numbers of which will never Christmas parcels reach service men and service Postoffice person nel have orders to do everything they can to effect delivery of such because we know how important they are for the happiness of the armed Too nothing can be I aw sorry that anyone ever men tioned that the size of a shoe box is he approximate limit for packages ntended for gift mailings many people become con vinced that a shoe box is the best pos sible We must be mind ful that these gifts must travel with shipping space If the gifts are to be protected in transit hey must be packed in boxes made of solid or strong doublefaced rein orced with strong gummed paper ape or tied with strong If wth tape and strong twine are so much the If the outer wrapper is this is like y to loss of contents may be prevented if fibreboard boxes ue wrapped in heavy We were unable to deliver many jarcels which families and friends sent to men and women overseas last rear because they were crushed in and the gift and outside wrap jer became We would have een able to make delivery if the ad Iress had been shown on the inside We advise that everyone vrite the address of the sender and addressee inside the as well as Christinas gifts mean much to our icople Because strong heavy paper and boxes and ibreboard will prove of real help in naking delivery of gifts I rge those at home to begin saving hese materials As time goes on hey are going to become even more carce than they are Among the more important rules or Christmas mailings to the armed orces overseas are the following The parcel must not exceed five and must not be more than 5 inches in length or 36 inches in ength arid girth It should ie marked Christmas so hat it may be given special attention o assure its arrival before Decem jer Not more than one parcel may be nailed in any one week to the same uember of the armed forces by or in lehalf of the same When combination packages are iadc up of items as wiseellane Continued on inside page METHODIST OHUROH NOTES At the fourth Quarterly Confei ence our church voted to celebrate th Fiftieth Anniversary of the buildin of the present church building on Oc tober wh was pastor here at that is ex pected to be with us for this grea He is now living in Dcuvei where ho is working with their Con fcrcnco Board of Your pastor was called to Slither land on Tuesday to assist in the fu ricral services of a lady whose son was n Howes Sunday school class Roy Smith tells us that Jesus represents all of God tha could bo obtained in one human HOW TO LIVE WORTHY JFK will he the theme for nexl September i is the time for the rcg ilar meeting of our Womens Society it the with Roy Patrick ind Ross as On hat same diiy our District Conier ncn ALBERT IMMANUEL CHURCH On Friday September he young people of the church will o on a hayride and wiener friends are welcomed on invitation roin members of the 25 Sunday school at and norning worship at The oral examination of the Con irnmnds will be held at oclock September This scr is open to the Conlirma ion rites and Holy Communion will je held Sunday September at Vice Pastor Carl Everett vill officiate at this The Ladies Aid meets September in the church Ernest Vndersoii and Hugh Bowling are ROGER Student Augustana Ilimilllllllllllll LOCAL NEWS NOTES iMniiiiiiniinfflnnnrainiiiiiiiititiiiiniiiiiitniini immiiHiiiiiiiiiuii Akron stores will close at noon on labor Day for the balance of the Miss Maybullc Burrill returned yes erday from a visit with friends in ioux Olen Kennell went to Des loines to attend a pastors Harold Craiu and daughter eturned Tuesday from a visit with elatives in Des Mellon and Miss Hattie ayles visited their Miss Al ba in A marriage license was issued this reek in Sioux City to f Sioux and Miss Betty f Oscar west of left uesday for a visit with her Louise at Michigan Miss Kathleen Kennedy returned ie first of the week from Lake Oko where she has been spending the ammer with her nd and OLeary and aughtors and Misses Betty and Ag es JornJm and Doris all of were visitors several Ays last week in the homes of their and Thomas nd and Carl AKRON SCHOOLS TO BEGIN NEW TERM MONDAY MORNING Finley Invites Material Looks Good It is quite impossible for us to call on oncli one of you personally to dis uss your education but I nui sure we are all of the need prepare ourselves for that future You arc welcome to come in and discuss your individual vlmtcver I bey may The enrollment date for the Akron jublie school will be Sep starting1 nt The teaching staff is now near noitgh complete that wo can assure on that wo will ofler i wide IMA of subjocts lvoi which to The hot lunch program will be con imted again this We hope you vill find this service convenient snd vortli while to you folks live in ho Again this year lunches be served at the minimum cost to ho Many of the boys have been out corking on football with Coach Mark He reports that the boys are ggressivc and the material looks If you have not reported for you still have an opportuii if you show interest and wish to nake a place for Miss Keaveny will coach the girls thletics this She has good earns in other and I ain sure t will be profitable for you to meet nd work with If you are in need of a place to stay n feel free to come in and talk ver your problem any Let us elp you solve your problems our education con not wait until a uter Let us all cooperate to make this ear at Akron school one of profit for very one M R New Teachers in Local Schools The following will be new teachers i the Akron public schools this year Curl of tathomnties and Eileen of Girls Miss Shirley of English and H of Ha Boys Miss of Falls Fifth Miss Emma of Second The Kindergarten and First grade ill be combined this Miss Doris Sweenev was a visitor i Sioux LOCAL YOUNG FOLKS JOINED IN WEDLOCK Conrad Huls And Irene Huls And Norma Howard Conrad Huls and Miss Irene jboth of this were united in mar of riage at the court house in Elk and of have been visiting in the home her brotherinlaw and id Harry northwest Callahan and urray went to Elk visit relatives and Stinton attended the annual uiiday school picnic of the Adaville church last Thursday and also e Plymouth county Old Settlers an ual reunion and picnic m LeMars on He reports a good attendance the latter in spite of unfa rable weather and an in resting George of and her Bessie of Webster have een visiting friends and former eighbors of Mattison here dur g the past The visiting ladies ave been complimented at several so al including a party by e Monday bridge club at the home of Orlan Moore Monday Harper Korr arrived Satur day evening from Camp to spend a leave with his and and other rela tives and Kerr re cently sustained a fractured jaw and a cut in the forehead in an auto acci but is now practically recovered from his He is in training in the Skitroopers being in the Medical August Justice of Peace Munson The bride is daughter of and Onnen and the groom is a son of and both families residing in this The newly mar ried couple will make their home here for the Their many friends offer congratulations and best Last Friday evening they gave a wed ding dance at Riversioux pavilion and there was a large attendance of their Bertha of announces the marriage of her to Marvin son of John of at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage in this city on August at the Attending the couple were Elaine of and Ralph of Sioux cousin of the After the a dinner was seiyed in the home of and Emil uncleand aunt of the The bride is also a granddaughter of Clara of this The groom has been work ing a farm south of He expects to be called to enterthe sev in The newly rred couple hove the congratulations nnd best wishes of all their A inexpensive ad in otic Want Column will sell it for
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