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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 14, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 SEPTEMBER 1944 NUMBER 6 EXTRA WORK FOR AUDITORS OFFICE BY SOLDIER VOTING Ballots Are Prepared Specially For Use Of Those In Services Extra work is piling up in the office of County Auditor who stated Saturday morning that so far soldiers on the battle fronts are requesting ballots to vote at the presi dential election in Print ing of soldiers the ones to be mailed overseas and to men in this has been and are going forward to those in service as rapidly as The ballots are printed on a special lightweight pa Auditor Ludwig said that most of the requests for ballots comb either from APO addresses an New York and San indicating that sol diers still desire to take part in the even if they do have a trou blesome war on their Special handling of the ballots is The request must be registered at tho auditors and a special wax pa per must be pi a red between the gum med flap and envelope to prevent the carrier envelope from be foro it reaches its The excessive heat of some of the battle fronts would cause the envelope to and the soldier is instructed to remove the wax paper before enclos ing his ballot and mailing it JOHNSON TOWNSHIP WOMEN PLAN HOME PROJECT WORK The vomen of Johnson township wereinvited to a tea at the home of Foster last Friday after At this meeting they niade plans for the years Home Project work dealing with the problems of Family They then held elec tion of at which the follow Clarenctf Women s Township Chairman Mrs Bernard Township Publicify Frank Township School Oscar Health Frank Township Library Elmer Township Bond Chairman Bertsel 4H Music Township Chairman Representa tives are Hubert Art Marguerite Newman and Grant Following the election was an inter esting consisting of a vocal by Foster a talk about Books to by Elmer and a book review of The Three by Ken neth At the close of the a de licious lunch was There will be four meetings this the first to be a Sewing Ma chine to be held at the home of Eertsel Novem ber Frank More PLEASANT HILL OHUROH Sunday school at Evening worship at 9 oclock V METHODIST OHUROH NOTES Blessed are the fo tliey have a change to find the triitf Some pqople never think a thin important unless they thinkof it flrsl We have just more Sunday let of this Conference Our Annua Conference meets at Grace churcl Sioux next Wednesday and wil close the following Do yo have your church pledges all paid up If PLEASE see that this is don this Your pastors report must be mailed next Monday morij Our Helpful will be the theme for next Sunda morning worship We wisl we knew how to persuade every mem ber and friend our church to be present for this final sermon for this church Come if you can aiu bring your visitors with The Womens Society meets Wed nosday September witl Cross and Burket as host Your pastor is very happy over the fine response made Sunday foi our parsonage We are as siired that we will have enough to do all that we had hoped to do at this Thanks to everybody who gave and to all the others who will give when they have a It will be nice to have the parsonage gar age freshly Dont mind critici criticism If it is un disregard it if it is keep from irritation if it is ignorant smile if it is learn from ALBERT ADAVTLLE OHUROH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 in charge of Andrew class Christian 7j30 The pastor is in attendance at con ference at Des Moines from Wednes day through niiiiiiiiiiiiiiin LOCAL NEWS NOTES A inexpensive ad in our Want sell it for FREDCLAESSONIS NAMED SUPERVISOR Appointment To Hold Good Until After His Election In November Faed of who was nominated to the office of county su pervisor vacated by the death of Dick was appointed to that posi tion this week and met with the board for the first time The code provides that vacancies on the board shall be filled by the their Appoint ees shall serWuntil the next is the only candidate nojnV Will appear on the ballot is sure of an Auditor gj Clerk Reiner and Recorder appointed him to the position for the interval until the vote is yassed after the This action permit Cloesson to become ainteil with the duties of his of his elective term to fill put vacancy begins andhe will next serving a threeyear Fred Husnian was a visitor in Sioux City last Opening football on Akron September at 3 Akron High iElk Point Frank of visitedin Tucker and Rozell homes and among other relatives here last The annual supper at Plymouth Presbyterian church will be heldon September The patron age of the public will be Sadie Stinton and her daugh Nettie are moving to the latter having ac cepted a position as telephone oper ator Gordon of Sioux visited relatives and friends here over the week She came down with her who had been visiting in her Miss Eileen one of the lo cal went to Sioux Sat to visit her Miss Lora who teaches at They formerly taught in the Same Danny who has been work ing in the creamery here during the left Sunday for a visit with his sister and family at He expects to enter the Army service within a short The Ladies Aid of Immanuel Lu theran church will hold a bake sale in the east of post Saturday afternoon and eve September They will appre ciate your Oscar and Miss Anna Lund came from for a visit over the week end with relatives and and to attend the 75th birthday ob servance of their Oluf Ander west of Ivor Polloek and Mary returned Saturday from a several weeks their hus band and Iyer in the Marine Corps at San with other relatives and friends in They report a pleasant sojourn inthe and Smith enter tained a company of friends last Fri day evening in their daugh Arthur of who was a guest last week in their After an enjoy able evening of sociability and an appetizing lunch was of town guests were and Irving of Sioux City and Hitchcock and Soren Elk Johnson left Saturday fop visit with relatives ana frjlwdC inSioux Boone and Des ako with Al lan and familyin Culbert before returning to Phoe AKRON HIGH AND ELK POINT TEAMS TO CLASH ON GRIDIRON First Game Of Season Here At 3 Friday Places To Close Akron High school footbal which has working out the past three weeks or whenever th weather would under the tu ielago of Coach will open its season on the home grounds Fri day this with the Elk Point High eleven as The game will start at 3 and local business places have beei requestedto close from until f oclock to provide employers and em sloyes opportunity to witness the in game of the It is hopec i large crowd will be present to help jheer the home boys to Coacli Markham has been working out with a squad of 36 and oJ liose who will appear in tho starting ineup only a few were on the team last the members of the squad have been prac ticing mastering the funda mentals of the and will be in ine fettle and excellent conditioi vhen the starting whistle sounds to norrow While the teair s not averaging 150 to they appear to be a rugged and give projnise of develop ng plenty of speed and deception in heir running and passing The entative lineup announced by Couch itarkham for Fridays opener is as ollows Right Right Right Left Left or Left ift or Granstfomi Right Not much is known of the strength f the Elk Point The inform tion comes from there that none of astyearsbackfleld are back this sea but that the squad looks promis with thirty candidates to choose Six linemen from last seasons earn are in the regular giving hem the nucleus for a fairly strong Akron Highs football schedule for bis fall consists of four games on the oine gridiron and four games s follows September September September October October Soo October October The Leeds Lancers were substitut d on Akrons schedule in place of farcus who discontinued foot all this as a coach was not JNION COUNTY POULTRY MEMBERS ARE WINNERS Second place in the South Dakota tatfc Fair poultry judging contest at Furon was won by countys comprising Jacqueline vonne Satcrbo and Wayne Stbiiten all living northwest of was learned from Harmon ounty extension Jacqueline Claassen was the high anking member of the county eatn and fourth high in the he also showed a blue pen of iree and a all New Hamp iire Colleen Wakeman was qualified to e the third member of the team and fas well qualified to do Due to she was unable to so Wayne Stouteuburg very ably took er received a hite ribbon on his White Leghorn Wayne Rtoutenburg is the junior ader of this poultry club which has one outstanding good work this hey aremaking their plans now to eenroll and do more and better work lext LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The Legion Auxiliary held their egular meeting September at the Legion New Bruce John Grone Herman arohl and one gold star Axel were initiat After the meeting the ladies were nvited by Larsen to her home or served by Anna Long nd Minnie Von Buy Victory StampsBonds I TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Featurei For The Coming Week Patrons of the Norka Theatre will be entertained the coming week with a program of a musical u comedydrama and a mu sical in On the bill for Friday and Satur day September 15 and will be the clever musical Cowboy and the featur ing Roy ably assisted by Dale Mary Dor othy Guinn Fuzzy Lucien Jack Hal Bob Nolan and the Sonsof the In this Rogers and hungry and looking for find a bracelet on ho way to the rancho of Mary Lee and Dale This causes them to be held for and later rob Marys old man had playfully eft heaps of gold ore hid den in his mine before The jraeelet is the John Hubbard hiss wants the mine and The joys get Marys and be iweeii the three of tljem Hubbard is exposed and the gold ore The olot in this Rogers release takes sec ond place to the which finds its vay over and around the picture With and twoexperienied ra lio singers in Mary Lee and Dale Ev j and the Pioneers to get them the songs are of first import Ned Washington and Phil Oh man have supplied three numbers that ire standouts may well gain gen jrnl The Enchilada will have them inging on their way out of the the Lots of people know of he famous piano team of Ohman and The attraction for Sunday and Monday September 17 and is the musical Win kle Goes to with an able leaded by Robinson and tilth This picture is an arly release and ashighly recom The plot being in Iucted into the at age of lortyfoiuy a bonk nettle by taking ilwithtlfeyoungest remaining after the law icrmitted the release of oilmen over Hed had a disagree lent with his before lie but s reconciled with her after lie gets an onorable discharge for being wound d in On Wednesday September there will be presented a musical n lieautifxil Springtime n the with those popular ereen Betty Grnble and John in the leading ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT F THEIR DAUGHTER News and Otto of nnounce the engagement of their June to Jos ph son of and of wed ing will take place Miss is a student at the University f where Belshe is tationed at the medical ill graduate in Both LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMHiiniiimiiiniuiiini Misses Viola and Lavada Gale were isitors in Sioux Falls the first of the Eric Wedmark left yesterday or a visit in the home of her uncle nd and Ole ear The annual supper at Plymouth resbyterian church will be held on September The patron je of the public will be Miss Lavonne who is taking uises training in the Lutheran hos Sioux visited over the eek end with home west of and Stryzewski took ieir to the first of the whore she nters upon another years study at Olaf s Stryzewski so went to Minneapolis on Cluett Chamberlain and child en went to to isit There she had the lea sure of meeting her who rrived on leave from overseas service the Navy in the South Pacific e was enroute to to nter Sehick General Three Plymouth county were ilisted in the Navy last TlnuRdjy at es They Alfred LeMars Lloyd 120 Fourth avenue and Robert All three enlisted through the avy recruiting1 Sioux who had earlier passed the ravys Eddy was sworn in as a eaman first for radio tech ician CLINICS TO BE HELD FOR IMMUNIZATION COUNTY CHILDREN Schools To Be Scenes Parents Urged To Pile Requests For Service The following questionairfl is issuec jy the Preventive Service of the Iowa State Department of cooper ating with the Plymouth County Mod cal Society Are you protected against smallpoj and diphtheria1 If not do so now Preventive treatments are less ex lensive than quarantine and illnesa Conserve your health and us veil as the doctors Question When should n child be protected against smallpox Answer Wise parents will see to t that their children ave successfully before they are a year olc and revaccinated before admission to Question When should diphtheria immunization be carried out Answer This may be done any time after six months of Question How many doses of diphtheria toxoid are Answer Medical authorities rec ommend two doses of diphtheria tox the second dose to be given one month after the If your child has had only one dose of diphtheria toxoid he should have an other dose Question Can both treatments Le at the same time Answer with satisfaction and no unusual discomfort to the indi Immunization clinics will be held at various town and consolidated schools throughout Plymouth county from September 21 through October those in the west part of the county being dated as follows Akron Public TRINITY LUTHERAN OHUROH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class a Divine worship service at 11 Confirmation instructions will fiven every Saturday afternoon fron to beginning with Sntur September All children who have reached the 12th year are urget to enroll this coming Monday and Tuesday we spent in canvassing the congregation for funds for the Church Improvement Cam We met with much enthusi good will and Re sults of the first week of work wil appear in the Sunday Things you cunnot escape Have icon faithful in my church attend ince Have I been faithful in my Inily devotions Is my Bible study and systematic Do I use my alents and abilities for God Has my attendance at Sunday school and other functions of the church been We welcome you to worship with OHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday School at Divine worship p We welcome you to our Sunday chool and divine worship service CMMANUEL ENCk OHUROB There will be no morning preaching eivicc on September Sunday school at 10 m The Ladies Aid will hold a bnke ale in the Burnett east of he Saturday afternoon and September Ladies Aid will meet on September in the church vitli August Erickson and Sdith Brundeen as UNION CREEK OHUROB Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 LESLIE iiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniim LOCAL NEWSNOTES 9a H Westfield Consolidated S e h o o Septuuhbr 1 to 3 Liberty Consolidated Fri September 1 to 3 Craig Public Sep tember to The charge for each dose of diph heria toxoid is The charge for the smallpox is Child ren whose parents cannot pay this fee will be given treatment without cost to the Request Slip Please fill out sign the attached request Each child must have one of these with the parents Clip this out of the if Slips can be obtained at the I hereby request that each per son named below be immunized against the disease Fill out Full Name of Child Age Chaek Parents or Guardians Signature Address I am unablo to pay the fee of 50c for each AKRON SAILOR GETS MESSAGE FROM FORMER LEMARS GIRL The LeMars GlobePost recently jrinted the following among its Small World the Vernon Breit mentioned being a son of and Fred of Ak Some time ago Ray ormerly Miss Irene who vorks at the USO in Dps jacked up a lot of contrib uted by for shipment to ser iee men Just for the fun of it she inserted a card giving her own The card came back Irom the sailor who got the cigarettes Greetings from the Marshall Isl You probably know where that I sure would like to be back I am spending my birthday am 19 Thank you a million or the I really do appre ciate and Ifyou will I will answer all your What gives his story the real smallworld flavor s the fact that Teefey had no that the tigarettes would go to a Plymouth countyan when she packed and the recipient Vernon did not know that the Teefey he was writing to was he former Irene whose birth jlace was his own County although the Cooper and Breit arth fainilies have been well ac quainted for RegisterTribune advertisers preoiate your ap Claeys made a business trip to The Jewish veople will observe next September as the Jewish Years Regular meeting of Freedom Monday eve September Opening football on Akron September at 3 Akron High Elk Point of came tfonday for a visit with his and other relatives and Floyd Heider left yesterday or a couple of weeks visit with her Floyd at Fort The annual supper at Plymouth resbyterian church will be held on September The pation of the public will be Commercial club is asking all laces of business to close Friday to for the Akron High Elk Point High school foot all Frank Hastings has been confined his home and in bed most of this eek with an infection of his nose and but the trouble is now yielding o and southeast C have enjoyed a visit from TEMPORARY USE OF LOOSE GAS COUPONS TO BE PERMITTED Station Operators Are Given Until September 21 Under Special Order It was announced this week by Sioux City District OPA that gasoline dealers and service station operators in the Sioux y OPA district may be asked to accept a number of detached A12 ration coupons up to and including September Motorists who hold A ration books are required to submit the back covers of their pres uit A properly vhen applying for the renewal of heir In submitting the back many motorists will have to cur their only remaining coupons roin thu book and thus have two or hree perfectly legitimate coupons hat are not So coupons may be legally tawlings stated that the OPA has nade it valid for all gasoline station peraturs to accept these loose A 2 motorists must have their coupons properly en lorsed with their license his regulation terminates September when the present A ra ion Rawlings Application blanks for the re iewal of basic A gasoline rations nay be obtained at all service sta ions in the Rawlings but motorists are re uested not to ask the operator to fill ut the blank for Motorists are sked to fill out their own ions and mail them to their local Var Price and Rationing Boards im In order to receive prompt return f the new A it is important hat motorists have the back cover iroperly endorsed and that the appli contains the on the netal not the All local boards are working over Rawlings to process he applications and get them back to he motoristsand it will be greatly ppreciated if all motorists will mail jese application direct to their local The present rations expire Septem er and those wlio do not have lieir applications in will find them elves without gasoline on September the director Please Do Not Take Your Applica ous to the Mail FINDS INDIAN ARROWHEAD FARM WESTF1ELD The habit of keeping his eyes open aid off for Walter of Rem recently when he found an In ian arrowhead in perfect condition n a farm near owned by The arrowhead is of inches long and an inch with s edges and point still as sharp as 10 day the arrowhead was spalled off le originalflint rock by pressure of firehardened The shaft to Inch it was tied of rot ed away long Lang said iat ho is always in the habit of look for but this his first was iinbed ed in a hard dirt clod that came up hen ho pulled a and if it had ot been for his habit he might hove Miss Thnlma seeing the end of the arrow of Miss Huddle ent to Sioux Falls for a visit Tues The Ladies Aid of Inimanuel Lu lornn church will hold a bake sale in ID Burnett east of post Saturday afternoon and eve September They will appro ate your Seaman First Class and Ken ith Meade came from San August for a 30day fur Meade is a daughter of and Dick George Richters also came from Wilining where he has been em oyed as a the Harold Grain and argaret who had been spend ag the summer in the home of her pa and while er husband was taking a course of ccial study at the University of wn summer left Sunday for whore Crain will He formerly was an instructor n State John Thatcher returned Tuesday rom Fort where he as called last week the serious ill ess of a brother and His of Rock who was taken ill while jere on a passed away after his He had submitted to two op rations during his When obn left his sister was ightly head as it stuck out from the clod Try a WantAd and get results I JURORS DRAWN FOR FALL COURT TERM Convenes At LeMars On October Judge Van Oosterhout Presiding The full term of district court will convene at LeMars on Octo ber with Judge Van Ooster of Orange Tho grand jury will report for duty on that but the petit jurors are not cited to appear until Octo ber ut 10 The petit jurora drawn from the west end of the coun ty are Akron Rose Bur night Earl Floyd Katio August Otto Lar Marie John Tau Chris John Eleanor Preston Robert I Buy Defense StampsBonds   

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