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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - September 28, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 SEPTEMBER 1944 NUMBER 8 WAR CHEST DRIVE OCTOBER 2 TO 6 IN PLYMOUTH COUNTY Quota Is As An Aid To Provide Essential Services to Armed Forces Plymouth county will hold its War Chest Drive the week of October 2 to October secure its quota of 000 for the National War Nearly by this knows about the National War But for those who here is tho general in a small nutshell The National War Fund is a feder ation of the leading warrelated ap except Red to provide essential wartime services to our arm ed merchant marine and pris oners of war and to apply essential wartime relief to our Allies and to refugees from occupied The National War Fund is govern mentendorsed but not government It operates in full accord the Presidents War fitlief Con trol The National War Fund works through its affiliated state organiza and through coun ty Every town and town is In cities that have established Community or War the wai appeal is included with the appeal Loi the local welfare and resi dents are asked to make one gift covering both In the campaign som thirtyfive million Americans gav to the National War The fundscontributed are now a being spent by the member agencies of the National War Fund to urgently needed These funds provide for the offduty recreation and entertainment of our own fight lug thro ugh for com forts and eare ofour sea men through United Seamens Ser vice assistance for prisoners of wai through War Prisoners and phys ical relief for those of our Allies who have suffered at the bunds oL the Axis Close contact is maintained by the National War Fund with government agencies and other interested organ izations to insure aid being given there is present ami where such aid can be administered effectively and without METHODIST OHUROH NOTES Most of us find it easy to find someone upon whom we can lay the We are very Imppy to be back in Akron for another and hope we can have a successful year with all those really interested in the work of the Methodist church and church We have enjoyed also the friendship of so many people in Ak even though many of them have been members of other We wish to pledge our cooperation in the whole work of the Let us all work together unselfishly and we will help lift Akron into a real LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The American Legion Auxiliary is requested to assemble at the Ross Fu neral Home on Sunday at at honoring services for Arthur The Auxiliary will attend in a body with the American Lot us not forget our duty and be Unit Miss Lora Fletcher came from Gar retson where she is for a week end visit witli her and and B3C3 GAS COUPONS VOID AFTER 30 Holders May Exchange Same For Valid Coupons At Local Ration Board Gas ration coupons numbered B3 and C3 will be motorists after September district OPA said At the same time T coupons mark ed Quarter will expire for 1 commercial motor vehicle Holders of invalidated B3 and C3 coupons which were issued for use be yond September 30 may exchange them for valid coupons at their local The War Price and Rationing boards may either issue new coupons equal to the amount of gasoline still outstanding on the old or may evaluate the applicants mileage needs and issue coupons sufficient for the remainder of the ration period but not in excess of the coupons surren Rawlings Supplemental rations issued since Juno have been issued with B5 and C5 on Pilling operators will have 10 or through October to turn these in to their sup plier for gasoline or exchange them at their local War Price and Rationing Board for ration Distribut ors have until October 20 to de posit these coupons in their ration paak in Gods Next October will be ob served as World Communion Sunday at our This is the time for our Offering for the Fellowship of rluinan This offering is or War Sufferers Overseas and for ur Boys in the Service through the tfethodist Commission on Sunday we will have a brief sermon and also a brief form for the commun nnnion ff you have a friend who lives away rom who used to live vhy not write that friend and lira or them to celebrate with us our SemiCentennial on October 8 Your lastor has word that Brother vho was minister here when the hurch was will be one of our quests Robert Lee low President of Taylor University at will be here to be he preacher at the evening and of Correc will be with and we will have greetings from several others who cannot Nettie Hilliker nnd Brunner will entertain the Womens Society next Wednesday at the usual ALBERT Roger northwest of was a tonsilectotny and Richard of a sur gical patient at the Akron aiiiiiiipiuiiiiiiiipiiiiiiiwjiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES Betty Barr spent the week end with friends in Seamands and vis ited Mends in Sioux Falls over the week Miss Violet of visited friends at Sergeant over Arkin went to Iowa ta visit her Joy a student at the State Uni Miss Mary of Hawar was a week fend guest of her Misses Dorothy Jean and Judy Mary Iblings and and Ray of Sioux were uests of their Nettie Misses Audrey Bredall and Lois west of went to Sioux1 alls last week to take a course of ca det nurses training at Augustana The regular meeting of the Ameri can Legion Auxiliary has been post joned until Wednesday Oc at the home of on account of the district meeting of he Legion at and Kenneth Hauser and of and his Bertha of Cali were visitors last Friday in he Kennedy home and among ither relatives and oldtime neighbors and friends and James Clark and of and of Iso and Harold Adams and were dinner guests of and ReMillard is Behmers sis er and Clark is her Lloyd who had pent a furlough here with relatives md left Tuesday for Foster where he lias been sta ioued since entering the He vas accompanied there by his vho has been staying with her pa and Axel iiorth astxof Shoulberg went to Sioux and assisted her fa in the observ ance of his ninetysixth iobinson was an early day resident nd business man of Always ieatly interested in church he vas one of the organizers of thj first school here in the 70 Jntil his he was an ein iloye of the Sioux City postoffice for iiHiiy At his advanced Robinson retains his faculties and is interest in affairs to a remarkable He is an occasional visitor in the Shoulberg home AKRON BALL TEAM LOSES FINAL GAME AT LYONS SUNDAY Three Weeks Without Play Diminishes Locals Chances As Winners After three weeks of idleness th last previous game being on Labo Akrons baseball team got hit action again last journeyin to to play a return gam with that towns fast aggregation losing its third con test of the and its second t the Lyons which defeated Ak ron 4 to 1 here on August Las Sundays score was 5 to Tho Ak ron team showed the effectsi of it three weeks of par ticularly in the hitting al several instances of fault aase running were contributing fac to their inability to rack up mon Swalley pitched plenty goo ball for even if a bit unsteady at allowing eight only on of which was good for extra bases and striking out Akron niekec Lyons for ten bingles four of them but he kepi them fairly well The Ly ons managers agreed to bring theii fine team to Akron for another game next Sunday October 1 they later cancelled t stating that they were unable to secure a good In Akron first turn at bat Sunday Miller and Tucker were infleli Brown Foi Kroger lined outto Go ing Uman singled and stole but when he tried to score on Falkes single he was out by Miller at home Akron muffed its first ctianee for score in the second Tuck er went to first when dusted by a pitched ball and advanced to seconc Browtts to third baseman got away from that player but was retrieved shortstop in time to retiie the runner at Peek sent a short single to but Tucker was out trying to beat the thrown to home Hartman was a strikeout Repschlager and Tunick went down swinging for Repschlager sandwiched in a but Johnson grounded Feauto fanned to open the third for Swalley and Miller singled in but both Brown and Tucker struck Lyons was re tired in Hulsebuseh whiffling and Kroger and Going grounding Akron threatened again in the top of the Em Tucker and Brown were infield Peck got another but when he attempt ed to score on Hartmans long two base was an easy out at retiring the Lyons broke the spell in its Uman singled and scored on Falkes long drive to which Brown lost com pletely in the and it went for a Falke scooted home a few minutes when Swal ley uncorked a wild Rep schlager fanned and Tunick and Repschlager grounded out to second and After Feauto struck out in Akrons Swalley got on when hit by a pitched but was out at second on Millers Brown loft ed out to For John son lined out to Hulsebuseh was thrown out on a dump in front of the Peck to Krogers popfly was dropped by Tucker when the sun blinded his Go ing was a goner on In the Tucker but not beat out a bunt to Tucker but was out at second on Browns grounder to Peck skied out to of singled and stole sec then advancing to third on a wild Swalley then bore down and struck out Falke and Uman scored when Tu nicks grounder was errored at Repschlager grounded pitcher to To top the Hartman drove a whistling single to but Feau Swalley and Miller fanned in suc Johnson got on for Lyons when his roller to pitcher was bob Hulsebuseh Kroger cracked a redhot liner into Swalleys mitt and a quick double play was com pleted on Johnson at Brown led off the eighth for Akron with a ringing but ad vanced no as and Tucker and Brown were infield putouts in Going drew a pass to open the home teams half and advanced ou Uuiuns fourth straight hit of the Falke was second Continued on inside page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coining Week The screen fore at the Norka The atre the coming week will consist of a comedy with a a mu sical and a musical There will be a doublefeature pres entation on Friday and Saturday eve September 29 and Feature 1 will be a rollicking couiedy Louisiana with the inimitable Judy Canova in the headline A suddenlyrich hillbilly family becomes a choice pros pect for a couple of They talk tho daughter into investing in a motion picture the plot of which they liave stolen from a stage play by promising to star The author of he play appears on the tho swindlers aro taken in and the playwright presents the girl with the notion picture production 2 feature is a Dudes Are Pretty Jimmy Rog Noah and Murjorie AVoodworth appearing in the this one deals with a pair of young idventures with dude The attraction for Sunday an Monday October 1 and i s the lavish and tuneful musical Two Girls and a with jus ots of entertainment furnished by ai irray of topflight includ ng Jimmy Gracie Allen irginia 0 June Glc Van Henri Henry Carlo Jose Albert Coates he Wilde and the orchestras if Harry James and Xavier Cugat he daughters of vaudeville perform Juna Allyson and Gloria Delia grow into beautiful and talentec after the girls eft the round up a groui f servicemen and entertain them in ormally at their Whtfi rchids begin to arrive regularly foi Jloria from a mysterious some June is prob bly a The girls express esire an abandoned warehouse or a andshortly thereaftei he warehouse is turned over to them jompletelyfurnished line has fallen in love with Van a is heart roken when she learns he is the somebody who was smitten with and has helped the girls real re their She is ready to eave when the young millionaire de lares his love for On Wednesday October lere comes to the Norka screen the nisical Rio with lie inimitable Abbott and Gosltiio at lieir ably abetted by Kathryn Irayson and John ih which omedy and music are built around a jyring on the TexasMexican bor LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiniii Miss Margaret Brunner left Sun ay for to enter upon another ear of study at Iowa State Hamilton Farmers will meet Monday ctober at the home of Skin near Wm who is employed in de ense plant has been siting his John and s arid also thor relatives and Miss Virginia of Sioux and Lloyd Morehead re irned after spending a few ays at with Sher ood who is stationed at Fort eonnrd Lingley came last eek from Camp Arknn and will stay with her as her is leaving for overseas Light rains fell last and aturday but Mon ay and Tuesday were warm and easant days and helped the late corn Yesterdays fog and cloudiness succeeded by more pleasant condi ons Iver Pollock returned Saturday om San having been a medical discharge from scr ee in the Marine He as a sufferer from sinus ever nee going to the west coast sgv ral onths ago and was hospitalized for me Howe was reappointed astor of the Methodist church of kron at the Northwest Iowa Confer ee in session in Sioux City several the past week and closing Sun The retention of Howe is easing alike to members of his con and many friends in this at and are former Akron pas rs returned to their positions by the AKRON GRID TEAM PLAYS TIE GAME AT ORANGE CITY Local Eleven Maintains Advantage Most Of Way Play Aurelia Here Friday In its second game of the played at Orange City last Friday af the Akron High eleven came with an 18 to 18 tie against heavier and rangier High Akron had the edge over Drangc City most of way and de served to win on the merits of team putting up n really swell game rom start to To open the game Akron kicked olf Orange on a scries it power plays marched right down lie without losing possession of lie to nil early if received the Orange City dckoff and ran 75 yards up the right side of the Hold before he was downed on Orange Citys 20yard From this the Wetzeier to Enockson forward pass combination operated perfectly Lor Enock son catching the ball in the Ornngp City end to tie the score at The first quarter ended with Orange My in control of the ball in Early in the second Wotzeler passed their 45 to the 5yard line the pass again being completed to Nail then crashed over the goal on a line buck for unotuer Akron Score 12 Or ange Just before the halt Orange City circled one of Ak ron s ends for their second touch to bring the count to 12all at During the third Akron re gained the btll for eleven out of the twelve Or ange City having a chance at only two plays during that At the be jinning of the fourth Wetz scored another touchdown for with only fifty seconds to alay in this last it appeared hat Akron had the foulest sewed 18 to 12 with the seconds rapidly an Orange ity player received a long pass on lis retained its possession ind sprinted across the goal line with touchdown that tied the score at L8 lo In their twu touchdowns neither team was able to make he point after touchdown that would Hive meant Akron Highs next game is with Aurelia Iowa Friday after noon of this on the Akron Another big crowd should be out to give the home team support and en Akrons game with the Winnebago scheduled for Octo er has been as Vinnebago is now playing sixman Akron will play Boresford High on that recently played Hawarden o a scoreless TRINITY LUTHERAN OHUROH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class i Divine worship service at 11 The West Central Federation c Luther Leagues of the will meet at Johns Luthcra Sunday afternoo and The young people of ou Menill congregation will bo host t this We hope that a larg number of our Leaguers will atten this The Good Cheer truck from th Waverly Childrens Home will be i Akron on October Pleas leave your donations of canned goods at church The Church Council will meet i the church parlors Tuesday evening October 3 AVo welcome you to worship with u OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday school at 10 The Ladies Aid will meet in the parish hall on with Ar val Rozell MS The flood Cheer truck will be here from the Waverly Home on October Wo welcome you to worship with us ADAVILLE OHUROH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 The service will be in keeping with Worlc Communion Special number in Christian Evening services at tMMANUEL CHURCH Memorial services on Oc tober at for Arthur of will deliver the memor ial On Thursday October the Ladies Aid meet in the church General Illllllllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllin LOCAL NEWS NOTES luiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM BIG SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH October will be Rally Day all Each service will be a pecial Prayer gath Morning The hoir will sing and the pastor will ueach on the The Prcncli ng of the This will be the econd in n series of messages from irst Sun ay school There will be a pro ram of and here will also be the promotion of pu Herbert Bcrgdale will load he Closing ally Day The young people ill present a Christian Living for Following the ervice there will be a ogethcr with young people from and October in three October Jencons You will always find a warm wcl ome in the white church on the BUSINESS PLACES TO CLOSE END OP WAR IN EUROPE All business places in Akron are equested to close for a period of 24 ours immediately following the of cial announcement of the ending of ie war with Churqhes the community will old services at hours specified in no ces already AKRON COMMERCIAL PLEASANT HILL OHUROH Sunday school at Evening worship and communion t RegisterTribune Want Ads prove Gigantic jobs can be done by Slryzewski is moving his Va riety Store into the Burnett east of the Miss Rush came from Sioux to visit her and and Fred north west of went to Chicago last Friday to attend the funeral of a rel Howard of near was a visitor over the week end n tho home of his and Lundberg came from Sioux City for a week end in the home of their Eunice Miss Florence who is em ployed in Sioux was a week end visitor in the home of her and Ambrose south of The Sioux Valley Extension club will meet at 2 October in the Clnassen Misa Dixie home will give the Christmas Host Frank Mackey and Henry and Fay and Fred Lucken and Arler nnd Alan and Clare More head and Virgil and Janice it Kay Alta and Paul Kor of Sioux were Sun day dinner guests of Ida More liead tit Miss Lula of this who has been employed as an oper ator for the Northwestern Boll Tele phone for several both here and in Sioux where she is work ing at has been promoted to u position as Her many friends offer congratulations upon this deserved Tena of and Leo of the vis ited in the home of their daughter and Waltrid northwest of the first of this Leo has seen much service in the South Pacific war and is on leave while his battleship is under going extensive repairs on the west The Carr family formerly re sided in The daughters of and Har old Adams were deeply grieved a cou ole of days ago when their ml terriei while crossing the street near their was struck and killed by a car occupied by some school young They were said to be driving considerably faster than the speed limits while it is not believed the fatal act was that does not lessen the sorrow caused by the loss of u valued There is altogether too much careless driving on our MEETS DEATH IN ACTION ON BATTLE FRONT IN FRANCE Merlin Of Union Makes Supreme Sacrifice Tlie sml news eame to Lucille Henke and nntl John southwest of Jiero in Union that their husband and VIcrlin had boon killed in ac in France on September meille IJenkp nnd yenrold lad been staying with her parents at jone near Iowa ar ived hero last Thursday evening for visit with her husbands parents ind and had no intimation of he tragic fate of her beloved com A telegram that arrived Sun lay from for ueille conveyed the follow ng information The Secretary of War desires me o express bis deep regrets that your Merlin was in action on live September in Letter The Adjutant son and John was born February ti Union where he grew o young He attained the ge of 23 6 months and 24 Henke enlisted in the rmecl forces two years ago last June nd received training in several army amps in this country before going verseas several months on IB 16th of last July he met his broth Kenneth both of them ening in the 28th Besides his and little there are left to mourn is his and ohn southwest of town four rothers and one Kenneth ow serving with the Army in Leslie and lafgaiet at besides nu nerous other relatives and he community tenders its deepest ympathy to those near and dear to im in their BORN A to and Harry south of at Akron Hos September A to First and arl at Akron by aosarean September A to and Jack northeast of at Alt on by Caesarean eptember NION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Luther League on October at 8 and Albin CarJ n and and Alfred Swanson ill be hosts and God would have all men to be ived and come to the knowledge of e LESLIE CHRISTMASSEALS OR OVERSEAS USE Available To Be Placed On Gift Packages Mailed Before October 15th Christmas Seals to brighten the in side wrappings of holiday packages for men and women overseas are now according to Christmas Seal chairman of the Plymouth County Tuberculosis Otto local chair says the Seals may be obtained in Christmas which are sold by the association to finance its fight against will not be distributed generally until November Because of requests received last year from families and friends of servicemen who wished to make their packages as Christmasy as possi the association is making Seals available early for this The Postoflice Department requests persons not to place the Seals on the outside of overseas parcels because similarity to postage stamps will cause confusion in foreign Mailing dates for overseas Christ mas packages are from September 15 through October FIRST OHUROH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11   

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