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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - October 12, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 OCTOBER 1944 NUMBER 10 METHODIST PEOPLE OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY OF EDIFICE Large Attendance At Three Sessions Last Pastors And Appropriate Programs Are Enjoyed The Methodist church of Akron very appropriately and en joy ably cel ebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the building of the present church edifice on October It was a beautiful early fall A very large coiigregation gath ered for the first service of the oc in the The choir of the church presented two The Lost Chord Arthur Sullivan Was sung by Kathleen The sermon was delivered by Frank district of Sioux and it was a very fine ser which everyone The friends and members of the church all joined in a Fellow ship in the church Visiting and recalling old times was the A large audience assembled in the fine still vigorous and and all enjoyed his fellowship and happy he was able to attend this Another most enjoyable fea ture at this session was the Historical Sketch presented by Woo a resident here and member of the Methbdist church for the past 46 He recalled the pastorates of the many ministers who have served during that period and related a num ber of incidents that trans pired in connection with those pastor This paper hopes to print all or at least part of Wootons re marks the near A splendid audience gathered again for the evening with every available seat in the main auditorium A male comprised of Herman Jenson and Clifford sang church for ginning at Severalper sonal greetings were given by visit ing Fos of the Adaville of the Methodist Ha warden Layman Herbert of Adavillo Olen of the Baptist Ak Bean gave a short descrip tion of the ordination of Charles Wes loy the of this which was recently held in Des Harry Nelson read greetings from former George Fort and George Wilson Moore and also a notice of the death of This 1894AKRON METHODIST aTpternoon Snyder of Elk sang The Twentythird Mary Lund berg and Eunice Wood sang a Come Holy Spirit The choir favored with another an The speaker of the evening was Robert Lee president of Taylor Indi a former pastor of the local who delivered a powerful and earnest based on the Bible the same to day and His fine message was very much and also enjoyed were references to his pastor ate here and to his children and their respective activities and At the conclusion of the the feeling prevailed that this had was because some had been one of the most delightful days been heard from for a long A the Methodist people and their friends gift of money was also acknowledged from the Shawhan who now reside at Lake in memoriam to the late Mrs Cecile Strong sang a Fiu landia Campbell of local pastor when the present odifice was built a half century talked on The Building of This He gave many interesting accounts of the hardships as well as the pleasures in the building of the church during the depression year of of was one of the contractors who built this church and he was present and received recogni tion at this Another unusual coincidence was the fact thatthere were present at this and also Lyle Misa received eight persons Carrie of Sioux City Tom who attended the original dedication of and of the Wasser is a very I Floyd of Sergeant had ever enjoyed The fine musical numbers by the singers and the under the direction of Mrs Marguerite at the several sessions were much and Miss Lois Hitzemann gave excellent service as As master of cere monies at the the proved most effi During the nearly 300 people attended the various sessions and nu merous friouds from nearby distances came to joy the Former mem bers present were and Tom Enida Snyder and Vera and W Ben of Elk PEOPLE URGED TO HOLD THEIR WAR LOAN BONDS The information was recently given out by the Treasury Deportment in Washington that eligible War Bonds in the hands of individuals could be cashed directly by beginning October this does not at all mean that the government AviiJies War Bonds to be In those who cash except in ex treme are unnecessarily hampering the war and that for every bond cashed they or some follow citizen must be sold The new system was organized solely as a convenience for of sheer necessity must cash War It is intended to make it possible for them to hold their bonds longer be cause their inonoy will be at once available upon the actual occurrence of any Some have been cashing in advance of necessity in or der toliave their cash in Their bonds henceforth will be as negotiable as a government check and art most patriotic and safest way to hold interest earning money any future and their money is always in stantly available after the required 60 days have be patriotic and hold onto your War Bonds unless it becomes absolutely necessary to cash EMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 by of Augustana Sioux Ladies Aid will meet in the efiureh parlors October with Clare Morehead and Barth Miller as IMMUNIZATION CLINIC The second immunization clinic will be held at the Akron public school from to and Westficlu public school from to October Buy Victory StampsBonds i AKRON GRID TEAM LOSERS FRIDAY TO BERESFORD HIGH Worst Drubbing Of Season Is Suffered By Today The Akron High football team lost its second out of four games played last Friday afternoon to the Beres ford High eleven at that place and it was their most decisive defeat of the 26 to A large dele gation of local rooters accompanied the squad to It was the consensus of opinion that the locals did not quite play up to the standard they had shown in other Beresford received the kickoff at the start and drove right down the Held deep into Akron territory aud iiad the ball on the 5yard line at the end of the At the beginning of the second Beresford im mediately crashed over for a touch down for six points but a line plunge for point after touchdown was not good Akron received the ball on the next but were held for downs and were forced to Taking the ll on their own 35yard Beres ford went on another goalward drive and put the oval across on a plunge through the Again he coveted pointafter was not and Beresford was out n front 12 to Akron then snapped into gear and intercepted a Beresford forward Akron again failed to gain enough distance and had to of was forced out of the rdme by an injury on one of the Beresford again lost the ball on a for ward pass Adams grab jing it out of the air for At his Wotzeler broke through Jie Beresford defense and raced 75 yards down the sideline for a spectac jlar Akron also failed to make the extra After the kick Kjose recovered the ball for Ak Beresford intercepted an Akron pass as the half The score then stood 12 Ak Starting the second Akron ticked off to who was held and forced to Akron got posses sion of the ball on their 2yard mark and at once kicked Beresford ran it back to Akrons five and wont over for their third The kick for extra point was and Beres ford held a 19 to G Beres ford kicked off to Akron and again they had to kick on Beresford ran the ball back to Ak rons 5yard At this point Beresford drew a 15yard penalty for unnecessary They com pleted a pass to Akrons 10 and then drove across the goal line for their fourth last On a the ball sailed over the bar for onemore to bring Beresfords score to 26 to Akrons Neither side was able to gain any advantage durirg the remainder of the Akron High plays its next game this Thursday afternoon against the strong Leeds on the lo cal Enockson will be out of Akrons lineup from a shoulder injury sustained in the Beresford TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The program of talking picture en tertainment to bo presented at the Norka Theatre during the coming week consist of a musical of the a musical of the army in tech nicolor and a war The attraction for Friday and Sat urday October 13 will bo the musical Shine Harvest with Ann Sheridan and Dennis Morgan topping the and with a dash of technicolor in thu climactic A vaudeville head liner and songwriter meets a beauti ful girl who is working us a singer in u Honky He decides to launch her on a The owners of tne Honky Tonk succeed in breaking up her act when she appears for the first time on a stage and the songwriter then persuades an established actress to join with the girl and form a team This combination fails through jealousy and the younger actress joins the songwriter to form a team Her former employers still harbor re sentment and force ttjis act from and then the girl leaves the act in order that her sponsor may con tinue his Latert tliey are re united and achieve headline popular An outstanding offering for Sunday nnd Monday October 15 and will be the musical in beautiful This Is tlie in ivhich appear such well known cel ebrities as George Murphyy Joan Les George Alan Charles Delores Fran ius Una Gertrude Kate Rojnald Joe Irving an all Army cast and The show ipens in the midst of a 1017 recruit ing drive in New whore Jerry Jones George Murphy is the danc ing star of the draft lands in Camp Upton Long He makes sweats under the verbal barrage of a tough topkick and finally sells the on a show to raise funds for Army The show hits Broad is loudly acclaimed and at the BIG SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH October Prayer Morning Morgan Grates will preach in the absence of the who will be away for the Young Peo ples Conference at Lake Sunday school Evening with Gates again October Midweek in three October Missionary Society Hostesses will be Ivor Earl Leafstedt and Miss Verniee and Devotional chairman will be Art At this meeting Russian Relief Kito will be packed and also old clothing for Russian Re Young Peoples pro gram and You will always find a warm wel come in the white church on the PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at 9 o Midweek prayer service Wednes day October at the Fred Hansen The annual Ladies Aid Bazaar will be held Friday October BORN A to and Carl of near at Akron Hos October Try a Want Ad for quick results I through the audience to awaiting Were oh Our Way to The war they re turn to order their lives ias private Their children grow up and along conies War The sons enlist and are sent to Camp The old who used to want to murder the bugler visit the new bar racks only to find their old topkick dishing it out lo their They visit the old hall where Yip Yip Yaphank was conceived and again persuade the same old to let the boys put on another The show clicks and tours the country and the lavish scenes and humor are spread before your eyes as the roving cameras take you to the key city en A romance between Jer rys Johnny Ronald Eileen Joan the buglers Continued on last page LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii Regular meeting of Freedom Monday eve October Work in the first Kerr left the middle of last week for Wyoming on a hunting trip and A couple of med ical friends accompanied Willard Johnson and daugh of here last week with her Bessie and other relatives and Missss Vivian and Ruth Hansen came from Sioux to see their who suf fered a severe scalp injury when hit on the head by a falling windmill Art Davis visited friends and former neighbors here days last She is employed in the postottice at the Veterans Hos pital in Des Her is a student at Iowa State col this Operations at the Akron Hospital daughter of Marion More appendectomy Walter Harold Klei hauer was treated for a badly cut which was caught in a hammermill while ho was working for Herman northeast of The first killing frost of the full season came Tuesday with a temperature of 29 although there were light touches both Sucday and Monday October 1C is about the average date for a killing frost in this The days all week have been warm and pleas Very little corn in this vicin ity was damaged by the NATIONAL WAR FUND CAMPAIGN IS MAKING PROGRESS Akron Goes Over Top And Other Precincts In Nearing According to figures furnished by District Chairman Otto of Akron the Wat Fund drive is progressing satisfactoi1 Amounts contributed in this ter ritory compare favorably with other parts of the with Akron over the top and Preston and Westflold townships close to their No report has yet been received from Sioux The standings as of October are Quota On Hand Akron Town Portland Westfleld Preston Sioux Westfleld Town Total It is important that all workers re mit the amounts collectpd as soon as so that the drive can be flu shed METHODIST CHURCH NOTES There will be no return to nor malcy in America or elsewhere in this world after this The world we knew before 1938 came to an All life has changed and the Chris ian church has a tremendous stake in these Millions of women ami left ru ral American village and farm for industries in great cities or in mush roomlike Where these people continue to live and labor Ler the the church must be ready o minister to In the immediate postwar lie Methodist Board of Missions will face tjie task of restoring doctors undnurses to their jld services of restoring congrega tions and faculties and bodies to normal educational routine of re equipping hospitals and reuianning their staff of the service of millions more needy than ever With all of we MUST be ready to serve this needy will be even though it will mean sacri After Jesus and His Disciples had seen on the Mountain Top enjoying a wonderful they came to he bottom of that Mountain to find oeoplfi in need of their That is he way with the Methodist ifter our wonderful celebration of last Sundayr Every officer and teacher in our Sunday every member of our every member and work er in our Womens Society should be in their places and carry on our work and make a great record inthis fifty arst year of our service in this church Your minister wishes to thank everyone who helped in any way to make this celebration such a very jreat the record of which will be found elsewhere in this I feel that the prophet must have been thinking about strong drink when he wonderful and iiorrible thing is committed in the land and my people love to have it so and what shall ye do in the end thereof Again Hag gai Ye have sown much aud bring in little ye but ye have not enough ye but ye are not filled ivith drink ye clothe But there is none warm and he that earneth wages it into a bag with here he is talking about the man who drinks strong The Ability to Listen to the Small Voice will be the theme for next Sunday morning at our worship ser The Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet at 3 oclock next Sunday afternoon at the The Womens Society will meet n the Social Rooms of the church next Wednesday with Har ley Small and Herbert Wetz eler Sunday school meets at 10 and worship service starts at 11 ALBERT UNION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 The Luther League will sponsor a Confirmation reception for the Con class Tuesday at A program and social hour will be LESLIE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The Legion Auxiliary met at the Behmcr home Wednesday October A report of the district convention at Sheldon on October was given by Myrtle A school of instruction was conducted by the county LeMars and Hem sen units were Plans were made for the county meeting to be held in day October Remsen will put on the program for the Armistice Day plnns were also The traveling gift wont to Anna Mildred Barr and Addio Vick served n delicious Initiation will be heldat the next TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Glass at LO 00 Divine worship service at 11 Confirmation instructions overy Saturday from to The Pastoral Conference will bo field Tuesday and Wednesday in Sa lem Lutheran We welcome you to worship with CHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at Divine Service at We welcome you to worship with ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 The sermon Prayer I Christian Evening services at Subject of Bible study at evening The in Mark LOCAL NEWS NOTES tniiuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Jans left Tuesday for a visit with her sisters at and girlswill sponsor a bake sale Saturday after noon and October Miss Margaret Hartnutn came Fri day from when she is cm loyed in the Marshal Field to visit home and James Miller and daughter of Ha and ind of Gnnn Val were Sunday guests in the Arthur Wilcox Miss Marion who is a nember of the Sioux City district Youth attended a four district meeting of the organization at Matkin and of Ar came Saturday for a visit with relatives and She accompanied by her who had been visiting in ler home the past few Earnest of spent a furlough with his ivife and relatives before leaving for Walter of mp also leaves for the station for over seas Richard Dirks arrived Monday from and visited in the lome of his Margaret until when he eft for where he will I ie He has employed by Centra West Telephone for several Sunday dinner guests in the A very Small home were Sndie Stin on and Nettie of Calumet Iowa and Kenneth of Big Texas Eldon of Ivyl of and Har ley Small and Alfred of Ak and Ted Anderson and 1st of Wa were guests last week of Andersons and Anderson recently returned on leave from Eng where he completed thirtyfour missions as navigator and bombar dier in the Air also participat ing in the invasion of He is to report at for fur ther assignment to Many friends here sincerely sympa thize with Aikin fam ily in the loss of her Max who passed away sud denly in her home in Sioux Sun after an illness of about a in came to Sioux City nearly fifty years Brodkey was a frequent visitor in her daughters home Shu was high ly esteemed by sill who knew Lo cal relatives attended the funeral at Mount Sinai temple in Sioux Wednesday LOCAL SOLDIER WEDSWESTFIELD TEACHER HERE Miss Lois Mclnnis And Milbrodt Are Principals In Event A wedding of interest to Akron friends was that of MU of ntid Miss Lois Mc of which was sol emniwd in the Methodist parsonage in Akron on Sunday October The single ring ceremony was performed by Attending the couple Miss Lor rnine of Sioux and Her man a brother of the For her bridal Mil Ijrodt chose a street length dress of wool with gold trim and brown Her attendant wore a street length dress of blue with brown Each wore a cor sage of while gardenias and red The groom wore his service His attendant wore a brown business The bride is n daughter of and John of She is a graduate of Westfleld High school tnd attended college at Western Un At the present she is engaged in teaching school in West Sold The groom is a son of Herman northeast of He was employed in Minne sota before he entered the and lie is now in the sta tioned at Camp A seven o clock dinner followed the in the home of the bridea and John The many friends of the newly married couple join in wishing them much BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES October Sunday church Morn ing worship Carltou our state director pf Town will bo October The World Wide Guild meets in the primary with Miss Yelda Heyl as Thursday prayer and Bi jle study at the Friday Womens Bible class with Victor Anderson as the OLEN CHANGE OF HOURS AT LOCAL RATIONING OFFICE Beginning October the local Rationing Office will be closed Tues hiy afternoon and Saturday jut will be open Saturday No more original applications for winning sugar will be accepted after October AKRON RATIONING Buy Defense StampsBonds 1 FORMER AKRON GIRL WEDS IN CALIFORNIA Miss Jennie Myers And Harvey Take Vows 15th and James of Los formerly of this announce the of their daugh Jennie to Harvey jf Kansas now in the Unit ed States on September 15th of this year in the Congregational at with Orr of The wearing a navy blue dress with fuschia accessories and a threeflower was at tended by her who wore navy pink The bride was born and grew to young womanhood in Akron and was a graduate of Akron High Be fore going to she was em ployed here by the Northwestern Bell Telephone for six and in Los Angeles has been employed by Technicolor as timekeeper for the last year and The son of Jtunes of Kansas Kan has recently returned from IS months of South Pacific He was formerly employed by Oilmans Wholesale Meat of Kansas before his enlistment in the Navy four years fie will now at tend Advanced Diesel The wedding was attended by im mediate relatives and The bride has a host of friends in Akron who wish for the newlyweds a fall measure of happi ness and the best things of   

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