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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 7, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 SEPTEMBER 1944 NUMBER 5 AKRON SCHOOLS SWING INTO ACTION TUESDAY MORNING Registration Took Place About Up To Normal The school year of 194445 is now a The pupils have again begun the mastery of new subject and with that mastery they are to have the enjoyment of new experiences in the many fields which school opens to The people can well be proud of this fine group of young people with high Their cooperation isthe best I have ever experienced 4n any and that quality is the basis for an enjoyable and profitable school The Senior High school is but at present stands at comprised of 28 35 Juniors and 50 The Junior High school enrollment at present is with 47 19 in Eighth and 17 in Seventh The lower grades have an enroll ment of 90 to with 25 Kinder garten pupils answering roll call at 1 for a halfdays FAMILY PICNIC HELD NEAR ALOESTER LAST SUNDAY A family picnic was held September at the home of and Henry near honoring the birthday of Rosa who is leaving Wednes after a visit relatives and friends in this for her home in Those present were Etta who is also leaving for her home in Los and Oscar Charles and John and Bernard Beau bien and from Sioux City and Jack frotaJBud and Moberg and from of Iowa Florence from Westfiold and Smith and from and Ray and Grant Massey and from Riverside Sioux and Henry Smith Fred and Ude Smith and Harold Campbell and Judith Amy Sibyl Campbell and Mar Walter Ross and Earl of One METHODIST CHURCH NOTES The committees are working on the program and other details for the fif tieth anniversary for October If any can think of Old Timers who should receive an invitation to this great kindly let either Eu nice Ruth Miss Murel Bennett or your pastor have their names and ad Enockson will accom pany and Howe to the Sioux City Conference that meets at Wednesday of this Sunday school meets at 10 oclock and worship service at 11 oclock each Sunday The Youth Fellowship meets each Sunday afternoon at 3 We are studying the American It is proving quite A SEARCHING QUESTION will be the theme for the morning ser mon next Sunday at 11 At the trustee meeting last week it was decided to take a to pay for some painting and other repairs on the pastors Kindly cqme prepared to help with this worthy The Utile Dulce club will meet next Tuesday September in the home of Nettie ALBERT UNION CREEK CHURCH Regular morning worship September at 11 Sunday school at 10 Ladies September at 3 Arthur Luther Septem ber at 8 The Womans Missionary Society will meet Sunday September at 8 LESLIE A to and John Ingvold at Akron September IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIininillllKlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll LOCAL NEWS NOTES BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES September the Ladies Association will have a bake sal in the Burnett east ofthe post September Sunday worship the guest speaker to be Herman the pastor of the Storm Lake September the La dies Association meets in the Pri mary Anderson and Adams are the September the Wo mens Bible class meets with Bun Thursday prayer and Bible study at the OLEN inittiiinntiii Francis Blum was a passenger to Mitchell and Regular meeting of Vesper Friday Sep tember The Utile Dulce club will meet in the home of Nettie Hilliker on Tuesday September Arthur who hasbeen staying with her returned Tuesday to her home at First Claesson came Monday from AKRON BALL TEAM TAKE 1 TOO CONTEST FROM ALLSTARS Adolph Hartman Pitches Great Ball For Akron On Labor Day What was as near a perfect base ball game as has been seen hero in many axday was played as the main sports feature of the Eagles club La bor Day celebration Monday after when the Sioux City AllStars and Akron teams clashed in their fourth encounter of the with Akron making a ctean sweep of the series by a score of 1 to in a very tight pitchers battle between Adolph home on urlough from Camp New Mex and Ray also a former player on Akron In the tlnee previous games between Akron and the AllStars this Akron won by a score of 14 to 12 on June with Tucker and C Hartman pitching for the locals by a score of 13 to 5 on July with Swalley and Feauto pitching by a score of 5 to 4 eleven innings on August with Swalley On Labor Day the Akron team went into the contest with the handicap of having of its regular Swalley and Mil from the the boys being AWOL to enable thorn to play with a Sioux Falls outfit in a league postseason playoff game in that Manager Tucker hustled around and secured two outside of and from over in Union to make it possible for the locals to piace nine men in the The imported play ers gave very good account of them Sehiefen as catcher arid Frei del as right Sehiefen coming through with two safe The Al Sturs were also one man short when but induced Steve netune Akron FORMER AKRON GIRL WEDS IN SIOUX CITY Alma Verlinden And Thomas Fitz Gribbon Are Principals Friends of the Verlinden former residents of will be interested in the following marriage announcement which ap peared in a Sioux City daily Alma daugh ter of and Ben 1523 Nebraska became the bride of Charles Thomas Fitz son of Alice FitzGib August 9 FitzGibbon is stationed at Camp Lieut who as an army nurse was stationed thirteen months in the Aleutian islands and five months on the will report to Fort and then to a foieign pqsfc after complet ing fifteenday She is a graduate of SI Vincents College of Nursing and has been in the array thirty She saw her Charles at Piail recently for the first time since she entered the ser to spend a furlough with his and Fred and with Oprations at the Akron Hospital A daughter of Irvy Of Elk inastoidectomy daugh ter of Harold of ton sileetomy Alan of Kenneth Zierath returned to Schick General for further treatment for injuries received in action in after a visit in the home if his pa and Mr and Lawrence moved to Akron last week and are oc cupying their res idence in the southeast part of Their and wife are living on the farm where they have lived for many southwest of Seaman and Kenneth Meade and her Miss Frances came last week from San and George Richters came irorn Wil where he has been em to visit their and Dick and other rela tives and This has been a week of warm and pleasant but unseasonably cool the temperature dropping into the 40s the past two The sunny have been fine fbr corn maturity and a couple of more weeks like this will see much of the crop out of danger from anything a heavy Mondays temperature got up to 85 Hugh Chamberlain attended funeral of her Ed ward at Sunday who formerly farmed east of died at his August after a brief He was in the garage business at Hedrick a num ber of years His Lida and a now reside He buried in Brooks cemetery there bo side a twin who passed away in Mowery and her Dorothy and Barbara of who had attended fune ral at arrived here evening to visit relatives and to don a suit and help them Getting back to the ball Ber nard first up for the Sioux nicked Pitcher Eddie Hart raan for one of the two measly hits made off him in the entire a hot shot tp center but Beaubien recked not of the unerring arm and aim of Catcher Sehiefen and was neatly out on an attempted steal of second Wigersma had previously skied out Cole drew the only walk issued by Hartman during the Talsma lined a hot one to but Wetzeler grabbed it The AllStars went down onetwo three in the top of Ak ron made its first real scoring threat in that After Hartman was retired on a tall infield Hartman and Sehiefen singled in succession and Enocksou was filling the Talsma worked hard and struck out Freidel and It was three up and three down for the AllStars again in the For the Brown swung Tucker but Tucker and Hartman were infield In the fourth the AllStars were able to get a runner in scoring position for the first and only time of she Wigersma was safe iis grounder to Hartman at third was thrown just wide enough to pull Euockson a few inches off first base in making the who has been playing first base all was shifted to third in the necessary shakeup of Akrons This was the only Akron errorof the en tire game and was an excusable Wigersma took second base when Cole feebly grounded pitcher to Pitcher Haitman then put on the pressure and fanned Talsma and Hibby both hard In Akrons after Hartman and Sehiefen were retired on outfield Enockson poled a double down the right field Freidel hoisted out to With two out in the Cole was credited with something of a fluke the AllStars second and last of the He expired on first when Hebert skied out to Ak ron appeared almost sure to score in its Wetzeler was out on a hot third to Brown TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coining Week The program of talking picture en tertainment to be offered patrons of the Norka Theatre during the coming week will consist of a comedy in bur a drama in technicolor and a doctor On Friday and SatuiWay September 8 and the Attraction will be one of the popular Jrfe Brown Casanova said to be the best vehicle Brown has had for some time The drama professor of a college and an out standing burlesque actor are one and the same When his secret is un covered by the striptease star in the he is forced to givd her the lead in the Drama Festival at which has been promised to a rich dowuger who finances the Ho finally confides his troubles to the dowagers who finds a way to straighten things This is the sort of play that Joe Brown does best and has the type of comedy that will be enjoyed by everyone Of his is the but practically stealing the show is June a swell who also has her own distinctive way of presenting song numbers The offering to appear on the screen Wednesday September will be the Three Men in which hews close to the line of its Kildure predecessors in he and one that delivers sat NUPTIAL SERVICE IS PERFORMED AT HOME OF BRIDE Betty Jean Dirks And DeRoos Take Vows Here Sunday Beautiful in its simplicity was the wedding of Miss Betty Jean daughter of and of this and William son of Margaret De of Sioux at oclock Sunday September in the home of the brides Yellow and white with green banked the fireplace before which Carl pastor of Augus tana Lutheran Sioux performed the The couple ivere The bride chose for her marriage a gown of white silk marquisette over vhite fashioned with u yoke of send A Juliet trimmed in seed held her fingertip and she carried a shower bouquet of white DeRoos and his bride Ml for i wedding trip to include Ben ton Harbor and They will be at home after September 20 at 11 Fourteenth Sioux isfnctory witli Lionel I The bridu is u graduate of the Ak Barrymore in the lead ably nsran High school and also attended me sisted by Van Alma Wallace Kingsford and ICeye The great diagnostician has whom is to be his peisbanent assist He gives cacli difficult promising the job to the one handling his the One gets a young child with a glandular or dietary ailment and the other a young girl with a very ill Both men solve their prob but the manages to retain both of one pretext or As change from the for TCilrlflrpR flnrl jtft iversily of at re she was affiliated witli Gamma Beta The groom is a training two young one of nUmber of the Sioux City Journal mer Kildares and rto brighten up the both Ava Gardner and Mari Pyh Maxwell have beehput Van Johnson steals the show every time shes on the All horse lovers and people will enjoy the film pro gram for Sunday and Monday eve September 10 and Home in a with Lon Mc of Stage Door Canteen Walter Brennan and Jeanne Grain in the leading It is a hu downtoearth picture that por trays the love of a boy for his horse and is filled with priceless moments of joy and Beautiful technicolor photography sets off the background country where the action so that the scenes of the horses and the races are breathtaking in color and The presentation of three new cornels in featured roles is another interesting for although they are comparatively unknown to the moviegoing they wont re main in that category LOCAL NEWS NOTES and Tucker singled in succession and both advanced when Talsma un corked a wild Tucker am bled to first on a walk and the bases were with one Talsma struck out his opposing Hartman sent a siz ler to who shot it back to catcher to force Brown out at home retiring the Hartman went great guns on the mound for Akron in the eighth and ninth not Continued on inside page Burrill was a week end vis itor in Des Henry of was here a few days last visiting his Mary Miss Thelma Bohlken visited over the week end the home of her moth She is teaching in the Sergeant Bluff school again this Cpl stationed at Buck ley near in the Army Air came last Friday to spend a furlough among friends ami former business Nina Gunderson and who had been visiting in the iiome of her brotherinlaw and and south west of returned Saturday to Carl Schwieger and George and returned last Friday to near after a visit in the home of and Walter northeast of Sehwieger is Nannens John Dirks has bought the El don Brady property and will occupy Brady and family will move to where he recently took a position in a Their many friends wish the Bradys much happiness and success in their new Lowell southeast of received word that her Norman son of and Oscar of is reported missing in action in The Smith family lived on a farm near Merrill until they moved to Hartley three or four years advertising Their many friends offer congratulations and wish for them a full measure of and Showers for BridetoBe Miss Betty Jean Dirks was compli mented a miscellaneous shower at the home of Fred Claesson on Friday August As sisting hostesses were August Leslie Lorensen and Mrs Mary The afternoon was spent after a few little Charles Dirks wheeled in a small cart decorated in the bridal loaded with many lovely The brides colors of yellow and white were carried out in both the lower arrangements and Betty Jean was the recipient of many beau tiful and everyone bestowed Llieir best wishes upon her for a most uippy Miss Dirks was also complimented it a picnic supper and shower at Stone Park by a group of girls from ilie Sioux City where Miss Dirks has been employed the past TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class at Divine worship service at 11 The Mission Circle will meet in the parish hall at Cliatsworth on Tuesday John Wilken as The Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors on with Pannkuk as The Luther League will meet in the church parlors next Thursday eve with and Pannkuk A special invitation is ex Lended to all the young people of the 194344 confirmation classes and their parents to attend this meeting next Thursday The financial drive for the Church Improvement fund will got under way next We welcome you to worship with Come to OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday school at 10 The Mission Circle will meet in the parish hull on Tuesday with John Wilken us The Luther League will meet in the church parlors ut Akron on Thursday We invite the young people of the 104344 confirmation class and their parents to attend this We welcome you to worship with FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 The BiCounty Convention will be held at our church next Sunday after noon and We are sure every one will enjoy and benefit from those The Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors September with Cummins and Brundeen as oiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiinii AKRON BOY IS PROMOTED TO STAFF SERGEANT IN INDIA The RegisterTribune is in receipt of the following communication from the Public Relatons Office of the ChinaBurmaIndia Air Service Com mand An Air Service Command Base in Assam Milo Walter son of and Frank of received his Staff Sergeant stripes in the CBI Air Service Com mand under Major General Thomas He has been in the ser vice since October of spending the last year of this period in CBI Completing his high school educa tion in he attended a business college in Sioux and since donning the khaki lias furthered his education by attending the Army Air Forces Administration School at Den PAPER SALVAGE NOTICE Please tie up your scrap paper in bundles with heavy tying each bundle both so that when the Cub Scouts call for they can load and unload it They will make pickup Wednesdays after school and Saturdays from now until September when county trucks will call for all of it at one so that Plym outh county will get credit for If separate magazines from Any Rural School wishing1 to bring in paper on afternoons of September J or 13 may do so and we will pay whatever it brings net above It should be tied lengthways and crossways with heavy Bring it to the city across from Klauers to be HARRY Local Salvage NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC After next September all Akron stores will be closed on Wednesday evenings for the balance of the A inexpensive ad in our Want Column will sell it for TBf si oh was a Visitor in Sioux City last of Sioux was a visitor here John Thatcher left Wednesday for Fort to see a brother and a who are seriously After next all Akron stores will be closed Wednesday eve nings for the balance of the and Brunner and Margaret returned yesterday from a few weeks sojourn at their summer cottage at Lake First and Herbert Wou denberg and son visited relatives and friends here last Woudonberg is stationed at Fort Veltori Barr motored to and was accompanied home by his wife and Phyllis who had been there several as sisting their Nora in her Miss Helen who recently re urned to the home of her and Evan from Oak where she has been em went to Ames last where she formerly attended Iowa State to visit Kenneth Anderson arrived the lust of the week to spend a twelveday furlough with his and Victor and other rel atives and He has been sta tioned at Portland Army Air but is now being transferred to Kerns near Salt Lake and Orlan Moore and and John Hedges enter tained the following relatives in the Moore home at a family gathering Sunday Post and John PERFECT PLANS FOR SALVAGE OF PAPER IN COUNTY Chairman Plummer Enlists Support Of Various Organizations At a meeting held in the city build ing at LoMars on Wednesday of last Charles county salvoge announced plans for the waste paper campaign to be conducted throughout Plymouth coun ty in the exact date to be announced The meeting was attended by rep resentatives of various civie after Plummer had outlined his was addressed by field representative of the War Production Board at Des assisted by Lowell of the Mer edith The speakers both ernphasizcd the need for this county wide waste paper and The lack of paper for shipping con tainers is practically forming a pro duction Chairman Plummer has enlisted the support of the schools of the the American Legion the Boy the 4H the Farm Bu the commercial clubs and other organizations putting across the which it is hoped will result in the collection of at least 50 tons of paper in this Saving of waste paper is not only but is a matter of civic The movement has spread to envelop the entire which will send paper to LeMars for shipment on what will be designated as H A ay organizations which here tofore have been collecting paper and selling will receive net returns for every pound turned over for shipment in county according to net truck jontent when picked up at iheir central accumulation Every township in the county will lave a central location for the collec paper and the will pick it up and weigh it scale and net content credited to that In outlying toivns it may je weighed in on city scales and the weight slip accompany load to care Moore and Marian and of LeMars Mr and Searls and and Joe Qriller and Gor of Sioux Miss Cleah Mcllen returned Friday from near where she has been teaching in Bible school this after attending the Baptist Missionary Training the past After a visit in the home of her and she will go to to attend Gordon Col lege of Theology and Arthur of Phoe came Monday for about a weeks visit with and family her Ray and numerous who lived here during early has bad charge of the music department in store at Phoenix for the past and previous to that time held a similar position in the Kresge store in Sioux City for a number of years County papers will carry further information and the actual day on which H Day will Country areas will receive further information from the Farm Bureau and through the 4H Every school in the county will be advised by their teach ers the part they can play in this county effortto aid in this current acute government paper EMMANUEL CHURCH The Confirmation Service will be held Sunday September ut o Fifteen young people will make their confirmation vows at this Student Pastor Roger Carlson will make a brief address to the Holy will be celebrated at this and Carl of Sioux will offici ate at this No Sunday school or morning service will be held this The Womans Missionary Society will meet at the home of Ernest Anderson on September ROGER Student Augustana EAGLES HAVE GOOD DAY FOR FESTIVAL Nice Weather Brings Large Attendance At Various Program Events The Labor Day celebration spon sored here by the Eagles club was fa vOred by warm and pleasant weather ideal early fall Opening the festivities was a concert by the band on a stand in front of the club and the organization played again at 7 The baseball between the Air ron and Sioux City AllStars at proved to be a hum Akron winning by a 1 to 0 A detailed account of the game is given in another At about 8 o clock a water put on by five man teams of the and Akron fire attracted a crowd which packed both sides of Reed street for a block or more and created much The Ak ron participants were John Milbrodt and A large crowd attended the bowery dance in he for which music was fur nished by Brownie Walters orehes of Sioux   

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