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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 21, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                tcroinr BUY IWITID ITATM TAR VOLUME 58 SEPTEMBER 1944 NUMBER 7 VICTORY DAY TO BE OBSERVED BY SERVICES HERE Churches And Other Organizations To Hold United Thanksgiving A meeting of about twenty person was held in the school house Monda evening to make plans for a Thanks giving service to be held on VDay i the New Auditorium of the Akro public Tangeman president of the Book and Thimbl Study acted as 1 to arrange the program in eluded a representative from all th the Legion and the schoo of ADA Secy The town of and vi cinityhave made plans to hold Community Thanksgiving Service on to be held in the New Audi toriuni of the public school at m If news of the armistice come before 4 the meeting will bi held that same If the meeting will be held the next All the churches will be represent also womens study Com mercial the Legion and Auxili aryj Boy Scouts and Cub All churches will hold a in their respective the morning after the the Protestan churches at oclock and Higj Mass at 9 in church The Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts will have a part in the pro and short talks by the minis community and silent meditation in memory of the Akron boys who will not PRESTON TOWNSHIP WOMEN PLAN HOME PROJECT WORK The women of Preston township were invited to a tea at the home bJ Edv September 13 At this meet ing plans for the years Home Pro ject work were pertaining to problems of Family The pro gram for the afternoon was as fol lows A topic Agriculture Its was presented by Clarence Dorothy Milbrodt gave a very in teresting talk on 4H and Its Duties and which was well pre and enjoyed by all the Mrsi Lloyd gave a talk on Public Libraries and Its Uses and after which Miss Pearl Sims discussed various phases for the corn Then the election of officers for the coming year was resulting as follows 4H Clarence Womens Township Chairman Jack Publicity Oltmans Elmer Gert School Ella Health Chairman Andrew Bond and Salvage SewariflVan Continued on last page TRUCKERS MUST ANTICIPATE WANTS Requirements For Mile age And Gasoline To Be Stated Before 24 chairman of the Plymouth county transportation com has been notified by Lan district Sioux S OPT office today to warn all truckers wlio fail to properly antici pate their mileage and gasoline re for the balance of the third quarter which will end on September The ODT will not process appeals fpiv supple mental transport rations that are re ceived during the last seven days of the current Lanahan This action is necessary because ap peals received after September 24 cannot be processed by the ODT and the Ration Board and coupons mailed to the truck operator befqre the valid ity jjhe coupons has Lan advised this pro not it re sult curtailment of any essen tial but naerely re quires the exercise rea sonable diligence in his mileage and gasoline TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday school at 10 The B ble class will riot meet Divine worship service at 11 The pastor will be in Sun for Mission The Re Gillmann will be in charge of th preaching service at Sundaj The confirmation class will meet the church parlors on to The following is an item from ou Sunday Bulletin Plans are bein made at Trinity to observe the arriva of A fitting service of praye and thanksgiving to God will be hel at oclock on the evening of tha day which will inform us of the en of the war with All wh nave telephones will be and w hope that the good word will be passe May God hasten the coming o They that trust in the Lord wi tie at Mount which cannot be re but abideth Ps We welcome you to worship with us OHATSWORTH Pastor There will be neither Sunday schoo nor divine worship services at St Matthew The pastor wil e in Merrill for a BORN A to and Earl Edson northwest of at Akron Hospi September A to and Georgi east of at Akron Hospi September A to and Frei southwest of at Akron September EMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 Plans are being made for mempria lervices for Arthur Brundeen 01 October IllimmillllllllfllllW iiimiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidffl LOCAL NEWS NOTES Gene of Camp Hood arrived today to spend a fur ough with Lorena of visiting in the home of her Clara Raish is enjoying a isit from her Miss Dlara of Miss Marie a recent graduate rom nmses training in Josephs Sioux came yesterday o visit and of Wa came yesterday to visit leir arid relatives southeast of First Gordon of Camp is spending a leave ith his and Max and other relatives and Operations at the Akron Hospital son of Peter southeast of and artin of re surgical John is a medical Beatrice Sorenson has taken er former work as cashier and book eeper in the Silverberg Helen who re ently held the is now ein loyed in the Greenleaf Drug Donald Luoken returned last riday from a stay of two months ith her Donald of the at Rich She will reinain here ith home folks while he is again on ea Bernard tlarkiis and Burrill left uesday for the Earnest nd Markus will visit their hus ands in training in the Navy re New and and Burrill will isjt her brother and friends in Wash The inch of rainfall last Friday ight and the inch Monday morn g may have been the conclusion of ir long wet as the past two ays havebeen warm and nd apparently more settled few more warm days and the bulk the fine corn crop in this locality ill be safe from frost Leverne of Tarrent Fort flew over s home neighboring country pn Fri while on a crosscountry nd landed at the Sioux City Air His and Emil and met him iere anil he accompanied them to leir home west of for a 12 our was taken back the ext morning to Sioux City to finish s trip back to Texas on Klemme is a pilot on a AKRON GRID TEAM DROPS OPENER TO ELK POINT HIGH Locals Put Up Tough Battle Against Heavy City Next The Akron High school footba team made an excellent showing in it opening game of the season here las Friday Although they los by the margin of only one touchdown ihey made their much heavier oppon ents from Elk Point High fight liar for the two touchdowns they Th Akron High school band furnishe dome very fine music before the gam and between There was arge crowd in attendance at the gam and a goodsized delegation was u rom Elk It was estimated th Elk Point team outweighed Akron a east fifteen pounds to the man on ar but Akrons speed and dc ceptive play proved nearly sufflcien to offset this weight The game opened with Elk Poin tickingoff to the ball bein downed on the 35yard Unabli o Akron The punt wai martially but Akron reeov ered the ball on their own An other Akron kick sent the ball out o bounds on the visitors from whew hey started a march down the fielc o Akrons 18yard A Pointe iroke loose around end from then or a The try for the ex ru point Akron neatly block ng the The score was 6 to ii Points Afew plays later quarter with the ball on he midfield stripe in Elk Points pos Opening the second quarter 31k Point was held on kicking o Akrons Akron gained 15 yards n the first play and then three more An Akron forward pass was then in ercepted by Elk but they were enalized five yard by the referee foi oughing the Akron retaining lie ball vard but it was caugh ut of Wetzeler then made a kick out of bounds on Elk 8yard After two shori the Pointers kicked to wn Akrons three ries were incompleted and Wetzelei gain booted the ball to the coffin it going out on Elk Points yard Elk Point then plunged lie line for two first but lost be ball to Akron on a fumble on the An Akron pass was intercepted n midfield as the with the core still Elk 6 Opening the second Akrons ick was downed by Elk Point on leir own They gained six ut Akron recovered another fumble n the 30yard Akron circled ne end for eight yards and then to le from where Wetzeler hurled a retty pass into Enocksons bauds nd he was over for a ty ng the 6 to Elk Point was Iso able to block Akrons kick on a ry for point after Af er Akrons kickoff to Elk Points visitors started a strong sing line end runs and for ward that took them to Ak ons where a completed forward ass netted another Elk oints kick for point after was too lort and the score stood 2 Elk Point was in pos ession of the ball on Akrons 45 as le third quarter At the opening of the final Ik was penalized15 yards fl were forced to downing the ball on their own 5yard After two line nother long forward Wetzeler o was completed on Ak ons Elk Point then intercepted taking the ball to Akrons here they were stopped cold for a of Akron taking over on incomplete forward on fourth Akron kicked to Elk oint here received the only offside enalty of the five and le game ended with the ball on the 1yard Final score Elk 12 In Akron Highs first they ere neither outplayed nor outgamed their more buly and experienced Some of our boys took nsiderable punishment from the big but they were in there with old fighting spirit every minute nd had em whittled down nearly to leir size at Our boys owed the result of painstakingand hcient training on the part of Coach and the experience gained the initial contest will prove valu le in the games to Their pass g when a little more finely is going to make it tough r any Akron will play Orange City High icre on this TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The program of talking picture en tertainment to be presented at the Norka Theatre during the coming week will consist of a gangster a musical comedy and an outdoor drama with western On Friday and Saturday September 22 and the offering will Roger with Preston Foster and Victor McLaglen in the leading This picture is based on the life story of a notorious Chicago who had to find fields to conquer when bootleg ging went Raising money to go into another he tries to make an old pal pay an outstanding When the man the gangster resorts to force but ends up by be ing arrested for with im prisonment for life his Theres plenty of entertainment in this for followers of this type of The incidents portrayed are those of the sort that led to Touhys capture ind many scones depict prison Photographed inside Illinois State they are given an ai of The Norka film offering on Sundnj ind Monday September and will be a Meet the with Lucille Dick Pow Virginia Bert Lahr anc Rags Rugland heading an able This musical has plenty in tin vay of fine talent and entertainmen with Ball look ng as lovely as ever and cast in a role hat fits very Bert Labr is in lis glory romping through a clowning role that permits him to give out one f his familiar operatic tremolo ren litions Rags keeps he ladies laughing as the male proto ype of a slaving housewife who gets he meals while wifey is on the swing and Paul Regan injects some sparkling which are jus tbout the tops in rnusica iomedy number introduces a ti which shoulc prove dynamite to any witl an of Mussolini as an irgangrinder and a chimpanzee made living out with raucous speeches luuctuated with armraising On the bill for Wednesday evening September will Woman he which will provide enter ainmont for the on tire for it nixes western action with drama and Members pf the cast include 71aire Albert Barry Henry Hull and Porter t is the life story of the most famous farshal in the history of Dodge City triangle with Claire Tre or holding the hearts of the marshal nd a millionaire cowboyplayboy in lie palm of her When shes ccidentaJly killed by the the marshal throws away his guns and pends his remaining days at a desk s a sports editor on a It s a picture that has all the lamor and of the early h the touches that made its people Masterly handling of the rory is enhanced by jhe superb selec lon of players to fitf the characters ailed Albert Dekker easily ands out as the solid and honorable eace Marshal Bat Claire revor is her usual excellent es aying the double role of dance hall irl who is respectable and be miiiiiiimiifflffliiiiiiiHiiniiniiiiiiiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHl Huls nd Harkness were visitors Sioux City last Locke of came Monday for a visit with er Slade and Jan and Henry Dirks received ord that their Ronald has arrived in He is erving in the Army Air Miss Bess of Cedar was a guest in the home of her and Clarence Hum west of the first of this Robert Sweeney arrived last eek from Camp to pend a furlough in the home of his and id with Elva Youngstroin is spending lis week with her and at She also a brief with her Captain Elbert who was passing through mt Holgev Boe left Friday for a with her who is in aining in the Navy at Great akes near Her Hans of came to stay with the children uring her FORMER AKRON RESIDENT CALLED TO HER REWARD George Of Lived Here During Girlhood From the Reinbeck Iowa Courier is taken the following obituary of a former Akron resident Funeral services will be held at the Robinson funeral home at 2 oclock Friday September for George who died at lier home Sunday afternoon at two following several months ill ness of Oswald Sand jach will officiate and burial will be nadfi in the Reinbecto Deceased was born Anna Maria daughter of Frank and Blizaheth on September at She moved with her parents to where she grew to De ceased was united in marriage with Bert Garwood in Rein beck on April and two children were born to this Archie and Ira now in the Tho firstborn child died several years The couple moved to where they were and deceased re turned to Reinbeck and was united in marriage with September The couple have since made their home in where as she was familiarly was a friend of old and young a home and was gainfully employed most of her life at the Wil son Hildebrand is survived by her husband one Ira three brothers nnd two Sam John Lu ella all of Waterloo An drew of and Hugh Warrant Officer of the The Ira had been home on leave from the Navy for five had began to the Islands on last Friday and was notified in California of his moth irs BIG SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH September in Prayer Mornin There will bu special sing ing by the The pastor wi preach on the Salutation nnd This will be th first in a series of messages on Firs Sunda school Evening service Sermon Blessed Are the Poo in Your presence will helj make this September m The Sunday school stall will September m Midweek September p The Ladies Missionary Societ meetsi At this meeting boxes will fo packed for our Hostesse will be Mrs John Elving and Milford Ander The Devotional chairman wil be Merton You will always find a warm wel come in the white church on the hill BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES September Sunday school and Rally Day pro Morning worship ser We especially urge all the pa rents and children to September p The Ladies Association meets with Charles Allen and Anderson are the hostesses Thursday prayer and Bible study at the at OLEN The ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 pastor will deliver the Christian Evening services at At the conference held in An drews church in Des Moines last the pastor was returned to this charge for another METHODIST CHURCH NOTES I read the other day Really great persons do not harbor nor do they nurse hey see over the tops of personal rievances to values much Your pastor was able to mail his annual report to the Northwest Iowa Conference Treasurer on Monday eve This was a good report in many but we hope to make an even letter report for next We feel ike the stage is all set for a great for vard movement in our church pro The Committee representing arious groups and churches in this whole community met at the music at the public school Monday evening and made plans for the noper observance of Victory 3e sure and rend the report in the lo ial Services will be held in ach of the churches the after the ifficial report is High Mass vill be held in the Catholic church at 00 and at in the rotestant The Annual Conference of the Methodist church started Wednesday at 10 at the Grace Methodist Sioux The evening pro grams will be held at the First Meth jdist at 19th and Nebraska each evening at 8 The mblic is Richard f will be the Conference jecturer at these evening Our church will hold Sunday school t the usual hour next but as our pastor will be at here will not be a preaching REMEMBER that October 1st is VORLD COMMUNJON SUNDAY nd will be appropriately observed at ur with the Lords Supper t the regular morning worship The third annual meeting of the Northwest Iowa Conference Womens Society of Christian Service will con ene September at First huich in Sioux The first ion starts at the final item n their program is listed at Let all who can ALBERT Silverberg are advertis ig a big Going Out of Business sale n a doublepage supplement in tliia starting September itter 25 years in business Abe ilverberg finds it to retire u account of his age and general ealth Fresh supply of Typewriter Rib for different makes of or sale at RegisterTribune LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiinniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiinin of visited relatives and friends here last Lloyd Pike and Cluett Chamberlain were visitors in Sioux Joyce Ann of spoilt the week end with Mary Lou Pollock and other friends Miss Cleah Mellen left Monday for to enroll as a student in Gordon of Theology and Baldwin returned Sat urday from af ter spending the summer with rela ives Ross left Saturday for a visit with her ind her Forrest and in Almina Holm went to Sunday to visit in the home of icr soninlaw and and Patty daughter of and Lloyd went to Sioux City for a week end visit in the lome of her Lydia Cummins and Ho of came Thursday evening of last week to visit in the homes of her Herbert and Albert j and Gillman and fam ily are enjoying a visit from bib broth of and their Miss Flor ence of who arrived last Thursday Gilbert who lias been in the government service for the past year and a half or arrived Thurs day evening of last week from Ten nessee to visit in the home of his pa arid He was accompanied by his Miss Dorothy of Checver and son and of came to visit last week in the home of her pa and Victor and also with her neth who was home on fur lough and who left the first of the week for Kerns Salt Lake where he was transferred from the Army Air Base near Philip on furlough from Camp has been visiting his wife and children in Sioux City and his Frank and other relatives and friends During his furlough Schutt received treatment for several days in the Army Air Bise near Sioux for a painful back ailment that resulted from an old in He is being transferred after his furlough to Camp in ANOTHER LOCAL BOY MAKES SUPREME SACRIFICE IN WAR Arthur Brundeen Was Wounded June 12 In In Hospital Edith southeast of received the sad news on Thurs day evening of last week from the War Department in of the death of her eldest Ser jeant Arthur in an Array Base hospital in ns the result of wounds received June 12 while Ighting with armed forces in hat The communication stated liat further details would be for warded Arthur Brundeen was about 23 of age and had lived here all his tie was a graduate of Akron Ugh and was in charge of a Standard Oil Company service station lore before he entered the military service of his country in and received his training at Fort going overseas last He leaves to mourn his lis his who s still in and a number of jther relatives in this to vhom their many friends offer deep St sympathy in this A mblic memorial service in honor of Brundeen is being planned for October in Immanuel Lu heran of which the deceased vas a REVISED 1040 INCOME TAX FORM IS OUT The first prints of the treas rys revised income tax form 1040 be used by taxpayers not eligi le to use the simpler withholding out a few days Withholding receipt forms under vhich the collector computes the tax iayers account can be used only by ndividuals with income of less hari consisting wholly of wag s shoWn on ot more than in other ividends and Form used for incomes un er is eliminated by inaugura ion of the withholdingreceipt forms lus the simplified form In four pages as the new orm 1040 contains a table for ready omputation of taxes by persons with ess than income and a eompu ition method for Those who se the table will be able to convert orm 1040 into a short form by tear ng off and using only one FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 The BiCounty convention held here eptember 10 was well attended and ipjjer was served to nearly a hun red both nfter oon and were enjoyed by Ladies Aid will meet in the church arlors September with Johnson and Vaterbury At this time lore will be a vegetable and fruit All these products will be old after the the proceeds urned over to the Everyone elcome and a good crowd is REPORT IS MADE ON FIFTH LOAN DRIVE Plymouth Exceeds Its Quota With 106 Percent Figures By Districts The Fifth War Loan Drive is now for Plymouth results were such that much credit is due to the people of the says County Chairman The total sales during this drive were with a quota of 106 of the amount whiclvwas assigned to us us our share of the national Congratulations are due to the many workers in the county and to the many purchasers who made this drive a in addition to our regular bond we should begin to think about the Sixth Wai Loan when this drive is we will find that a great amount of work will be neces sary to continue the fine record the people of Plymouth county have Following are the results of the Fifth War Loan Drive by various ter ritories of the In addition to Continued on last page j   

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