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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - October 19, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 OCTOBER 1944 NUMBER 11 AGED RESIDENT OF PLYMOUTH COUNTY IS SUMMONED Philip Lubben Cam Prom Germany To Le Mars Sixty Years Ago Philip a resident o Plymouth county for 60 passe away October a the home of her soninlaw and daugh and August in this at the age of 81 2 months and 9 Talke Marie Hinrichs was born in on August Her parents were Bernarc Meenen Hinrichs and Tina ne She was baptized and con firmed in the Lutheran faith in Ger She left her homeland an came to America locat ing at There she was mar ried to Philip Lubben on February 27 To this union nine children were One son died in One son died in World War at the age of 25 Another diet on Christmas at the age of 41 A week on December her husband died following a seri ous The loss of a son anc husband both in less than a week was a severe blow to In the year her eldest Cath erine died very suddenly of a heart and Lubben farmed in Plym outh and Sioux counties year when they retired and moved to After her husbands death Lubben continued to nwke her home in LeMars until in since which she has made her home with her children The past four years she hasbeen an invalid and until a few months ago she spent most of her time in her wheel She bore her sorrows and sufferingwith uncomplaining and Christian forti She leaves to mourn her two Henry of Hawar and George of Sioux City three Ba of August Osterthun and August of Akron a of LeMars a Ethel of LeMars 18 grand 18 many other relatives and a host of After a short service here in the August Meske home Wednesday af at conducted by funeral ser vices were heldat oclock in Johns Lutheran church in Belk Interment was in the Grant township BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES October Sunday Morning wor ship October Baptist Ladies Association meets at the home of Mra Morse is the assisting Thursday prayer and Bi ble study at the OLEN YOUNG FOLKS TAKE VOWS OF MARRIAGE Miss Dorothy Smith And Arthur Talbott Principals In Happy Event 9 The marriage of Miss Dorothy youngest daughter of and Fay of and Arthur youngest son of and Mrs of was solemnized at 4 Mon October with the groome at the home of the brides and Thomas were the The biide was prettily attirod in a street length dress of soldier She carried a beautiful bouquet of pink rosebuds and white and her only jewelry was a gold which was a gift from the The groom and his best man wore dark with white carna tions in the coat The bride is a graduate of the Westfield High school with the Class of Tho groom has been employed on a farm of A reception was held in the Smith home for the After a shprt arc will be at home on a southeast of Their nu merous friends extend congratula tions and wish them a full measure of happiness and TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class a The Bible class will begin the study of the Book of We would in vite and encourage more of our adul members to join us in the study o the Sacred You are not to busy nor too old for Sunday Divine worship service at 11 The Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Albert as hostess The Luther League will sponsor an oldtime basket social in the churcl jarlors next Wednesday It is with a heavy heart that we re jort that Eldor son o and August is report missing in We dare to hope hat Eldor is a prisoner of or ty his time returned to his company Wherever he we commit him to Jods gracious We welcome you to worship with us OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday school at 10 m The Luther League will sponsor an ildtime basket social in the Trinity hurch on Wednesday evening We welcome you to worship with us BIO SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH October rayer Morning wor The choir will sing and the pas or will continue the study in First Sunday ought to be 8 OC Evening service sermon sub Blessed Are the October Ve shall have the privilege of hav ng Sten from China vith Lindberg is a real mis ionary Everyone is in You will always find a warm wel ome in the white church on the LOCAL NEWS NOTES Sioux in the Clair McCorkell home ver the week Anna Vander of Ha was a visitor last week in the oine of her John Rudy Hartman returned yes erday from a two weeks visit with er Rudy at ort and Peter lieoger and amily are enjoying a visit this week roin Heegers of Sioux Russell Ross and of Spen spent Sunday here with his and and tber Eldon Small has returned to after spending a urlough in the homes of his and Avery and his Basil Lane arrived yesterday o visit her brotherinlaw and and She came rom Lake where er husband is stationed in the Air Ii Burrill returned Sunday rom a pleasant visit with her Claude and family Wash While she also isited in the home of and erald formerly of Cyril Larsen arrived the last f the week from Camp spend a furlough with his and Otto and other elatives and and also to at nd the wedding of his Miss une Art northeast of who as taken to Josephs hospital in ioux City following the recent acci ent in which he sustained a fracture the vertebra in his back and neck a fall from a load of has been rought to the Akron hospital for furr ler treatment and He is doing s well as can be Jay Robertson came last week rom Schick General Clin for a visit with his and John north ast of who as wounded in both the North Afri an and Italian has been eceiying treatment at Scmek hospi al since arriving from Italy several eeks The later in the fall a pullet starts the less chance she would have being a longseason and heavy pro Two conditions check her mnces to produce Cold and ark clays come on before she gets a ood start and she if her pro is checked till ccording to the old eather duster will lay Get our pullets started to lay now by ceding Blue Square Laying Mash and Grain PRETTY AUTUMN WEDDING IN LOCAL CHURCH SATURDAY Miss June Larsen And Belshe Are Minnesota TJ Students Before an altar decorated witi autumn flowers and candelabra at th Methodist church of at a can dlelight service Saturday Oc tober at 7 Miss Jim Merthine Larsen became the bride o Joseph Charles Belshe at a dou ble ring the A Howe The bride is the oldest daughter o and Otto of Ak and the bridegroom is the oldes son of of Northfield Preceding the Theo dore played Medita by Charles Gduriod I Love You by Carrie Jacobs Bond and by Tsehaikowski During the service James Brene men sang The Lords The processional was Lohengrins iVedding Given in marriage by her father he bride wore a gown of white satin vith a sweetheart Her fin gertip veil was fastened to a Juliet and she wore a string of pearls worn by her mother at her wedding The bride carried a bouquet of white gardenias and white gladiolas Miss Verna of a classmate of the bride at the Jniversity of was maid of Miss Matson was gowned in ea green satin aijd fashioned tfter the wedding and carried a colonial bouquet of carnations and weet tied with sea green to match her The brides Miss Elsie Mae as wore a gown of Dastel with a fitted satin bodice ind a double net Her bouquet was ofpink and iweet tied with pink and blue As junior her sis Miss Elaine wore a gown f pastel made in identical ler bouquet was also of pink and blue arnations and sweet tied with pink and blue The wore a dress of usflhitt with a corsage of white while the grooms mother hose u brown with a corsage of uonze baby The best man was Thomas f a brother of he Ushers were Cyril brother of the who is ome on furlough from Camp and Richard brother of lie from Following the a or fifty guests was given in the hurch George Huddle a high school classinste of tlw and Miss Daisy sister of ae poured at a beautiful tea a threetier wedding cake and audles of the chosen colors forming he Two other high chool classmates of the Miss Mae Small and Miss Lueile Gib assisted as the four iris being dressed in The brides table was decorated by he attendants bouquets and white Overhead was a canopy of pink and white astened in the middle by a white orseshoe that was lowered to the ride and groom during the Adjacent tables were decorated with owls of gold mums and colored ta Baskets of autumn leaves and owers were the other Hiring the James renemen Because and With the Light Brown He accompanied by heodore Both boys are medi al students at the University of Min reception was arranged and arried out by Ethel Anna Hasenbank and Ber ice Out of town guests in uded and Belshe nd Daisy and of James Theo ore Thomas Belshe and Verna all of and of Wood and Baxter Boe and Ev and Pom of Inter ational Andy An of and Ernest of The brides going away ensemble as a brown yelcnt matching wes and set off by white pearls nd Belshe is a graduate of Akron igh scrool and is attending the Uni orsity of Belshe is Continued OB last page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week There will be served to patrons of the Norka Theatreas talking picture entertainment during the e o m i n g week a Boyd a musical com edy and a vOn Friday and Saturday October 20 and a double feature will be on the 1 will be a Hoppy Serves a with Bill Boyd in the leading role and an able cast 2 fea ture is Eagle and Coming to the screen on Sunday and Monday October 22 and will be musical Bathing with an outstanding of Red Esther Basil Bill Good Ethel Jean Carlos Donald Harry Jarnct and His Music Makers with Helen Forrest and Xavier Cougat and His Drchestra with Lina Red song is romancing Es iher school teacher on vaca ion in out hot tunes His failure to turn for Producer Basil liathbone brings the latter to the scene just as Skelton is being married frames the couple by having stagestruck girl claim she is Skel on s Esther returns to the rirls school where she Skel on enrolls through a loop lole in the schools charter as a otu The faculty conspire to make it ough for Red inthe hope that they may oust him on but lie sticks it out and wins a reconciliation his lavish production in very beauti iil technicolor quite a fllm It is jampacked with hilarious Skelton comedy situations which rank vith the star3 finest accomplish Esther the gor jeous pinup bathing ehainp who has een training for emerges as a completely delectable personality mdowed with triplethreat Musically the film fairly glistens with Tames to Smith organist of radio a Hit to Cugat and from lassical to Latin rhythms to Sthel Smiths organ novelty number vill practically stop the The allet with Skelton in classic will bring down the The attraction for Wednesday eve October will be the with Bette Davis nd Claude Rains in the leading Jxpertly this dramatic and motional screenplay provides Bette avis with one of her most stimulat ng and provocative licture that holds audience interest Respite its extreme The one reut fear of all old the theme of this dramatic pre Not only have the produc ts embellished upon incidents the ovel and added a few of their ut they have produced a ab orbing motion Bette Qavis with one of the ian creations it has ever been her ood lot to Her portrayal pans a period of some 35 girl in her 20s to a woman past the alfeentury with the aid f expert makeup in this transition roin youth to middle the Warner ar once again evinces a flair for tak ng in her versatile stride an arduous ssigmnent that would sorely tax the bilities of less talented n the title Claude Rains is a se s contender for top acting or in contrast to the flighty his Job Skeflington is a ympathetic human being hopelessly n love with a wife who loves only There is tt fine musical iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiujiiiranniiiiiiisninnnni LOCAL NEWS NOTES llllltHIIIIIHIIIM Edith of Sioux isited her Misses Anna and da last Kenneth Nygard left Friday for es where he has secured a osition with the SoeonyVacuum Oil as an Miss Leone Rustin visited the lat r part of last week with relatives nd friends in Miss ustin is staying with her Ernest A chicken suppor was served last uesday evening at the Basil Blum ome in honor of Blums broth Kenneth Small anfl Idon who were home ojj fur and of visited here one day st week with their and They were also siting relatives and friends in Le Earl Milstead and baby duugh who have spent some time in the ome of Milsteads id returned Sun ay to where Mil ead is stationed at the war prisoner and Fredell accom anied them home for a AKRON GRID TEAM LOSES CLOSE TILT TO LEEDS LANCERS Locals Play At Kingsley Here October 27 The Akron High school grid teai lost its third game out of five plnyei in a fastmoving tilt against the toug Leeds Lancers here last Thursday af It was a freescoring game and the final result read 30 to Leeds started its second team 01 the but Akron proceeded t sush them down the field am scored in the early moments of th fast As Akron eft half crossed the goal he furn led the but Tackle recovered it to secure the six points or the The try for point af er Leeds then rushed in it irst string eleven and scored throe touchdowns but failec to make the extra point in each in the closing moments of thp first Akron took up some slack when a 40yard pass from to Enockson was completed in the end Wetzeler then passed to Kjose for the extra making the count read 18 to 13 for Leeds at half Leeds opened the second half by soon advancing into Akron territory and scoring a touchdown on a smooth working forward Akron opened another aerial attack and swept down the field with neat ness and A 25yard AVetzeler to produced Akrons final Again Wetzeler flung a successful this time to for point after bringing the score to 20 to This narrow margin threw a real scare into the ranks of the visiting who proceeded to put on the pressure and jo all out for another touchdown on a 25yard end run in the closing Score 30 The ganie certainly proved tobe no walkaway for the highlytouted Leeds It gave them their fourth straight On this Akron High lays Kingsley High at The Kingsley boys have not lost this year and their school record is now 19 straight They arc a trifle puffed up as a result of this show and it might as well be Akron as iny other team to help reduce this in The annual Homecoming Day will e observed in Akron on Friday after October when the Holstein ind Akron High teams clash on the ocal There will be the usual 3omecoming parade at 2 and other Local business es ablishments are requested to close from to BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY IS HAPPILY OBSERVED Ericson entertained at a delightful birthday dinner last Sun honoring her Eric and Dan who celebrated birthdays that October an and Will were boys together and ften spoke of celebrating their birth days This was the first though many moons have passed since they were Ericson served a delicious twocourse dinner and the bojs talked and engaged n reminiscences of boyhood ind pioneer I remember was the word often Those pres int were and Ericsons hree daughters and and Wayne Waterman and son and and Art Claeys and three Enoekson nd two and and Mil on Ericson and two Arlo and Lawrence another and family were not at so vere not Eleanor Ring nd Miss Hannah Sellberg were also among the The beautiful Oc ober with its brilliant autumn and the evezsociable Erioson iome was much enjoyed by vhen wished the birthday boys many more happy and Elmer nd Kenneth and Arthur Wilcox and Martin Eric son were also visitors at the Iricson home Sunday ne BORN A to and Arthur Hor soutreast of at Akron October A to and Everett of at Akron October Akron High basketball girls will ponsor a bake sale Saturday after ioon and at Hastings METHODIST CHURCH NOTES The challenge of evil never censes In every age the church is called upo to define and defend those standard which will undergird the moral life o the community and guarantee the eth ieal and spiritual health of mankinc Its busdness is Lo redeem human char acter and purify human Every church service is an attemp to present Jesus Christ as the Re dcemer of this Old Sinful How God Depends Upon a Few will be the theme for next Sunda The Rust College Jubilee Singers will be in Akron on Friday evening October to present a program a the Methodist The public is cordially There will be no but an offering will be taken for Rust Religion in Education will be he theme for our Sunday school les son the Adult department nex Sunday Even though you may not have been in the habit of at tending Sunday why not get started1 You will find it interesting ALBERT LATEST FIGURES GIVEN IN NATIONAL WAR FUND DRIVE The following figures show the con ributions that have been made up to October in tro Na ional War Fund drive in this according to a report by District Chairman Otto Larsen Quota On Hand Akron Town ortland Vestfleld Jreston lioux Westfield Town Total MMANUEL ENGk OHURCB Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at by Carl of Sioux iinHiiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinniiiiinmraiira LOCAL NEWS NOTES nnimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwwiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMfflinB Alta Lunde went to Sioux 1allsj visiUof ays with of as been visiting her and Dul ton Bell wood left today for visit with her in army amp at South and Akin enjoyed a isit from their nd of Sioux last at the Akron Kos ital are Agnes west and Arthur northeast f Jennie of eft here on the Hiawatha on Wed esday of last week to visit in Chi ago with her Daisy Peters went to Sioux alls last Friday for a couple of weeks visit with her nd former Akron Fred Luckun entertained the lymouth Presbyterian Aid Society i her home Thursday Fol iwing the devotional and business the hostess served a lovely and John Milbrodt re ived a letter from their ho is serving in the armed orces in the South Pacific stat ig that he had been transferred from Tew Guinea to the Netherland East Clear and pleasant weather has een the rule all this turning a ifie cooler last Some farmers ave started picking tre bumper corn but in many fields the corn still intains too much moisture for safe GRANT TOWNSHIP PARENTS NOTIFIED OF SONS DEATH Richard Heeren Makes Supreme Sacrifice In September 24 and John of Grant have received the sad news thnt their Richard was killed in action in September A telegram from he War Department came to them October It is assumed he was in northern whero his regiment is engaged in hard fighting for the Po valley Richard Heeron was born Febru ary in Grant He ived there until lie entered the army on April Like so many of hose first Plymouth county men to enter the military he trained it Camp sailed Torn New York city in with the 34th trained n Ireland and England and fought he African and Italian its last visit home was when he was iven a short furlough in His last letter home was re eived about six weeks Heeren is survived by his pa three brothers and two Harry and t and George of He helped his father on the arm until he entered military service nd was a member of the Grant town hip Lutheran ARENTS NOTIFIED THEIR ION IS MISSING IN ACTION and August Meske were dvised la a message from the War Jepartment at that their Eldor was reported missing in ae ion while serving with a Ar mored Infantry Regiment on the bat le front in This most dis uieting word was made doubly hard thjparent coming as it did immediately ollowing the death of August leskos Philip t the Meake home here on t is understood and Meske ave not hada letter from their son ince sometime in There is et a faint ray of hope that feske may have been taken a pris ner of war and that his name has not et been reported to this ONION GREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Ladius Aid will meet at Al in Carlsons with Mra Alfred wanson as assistant Thurs October LESLIE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 Ladies Aid has been postponed October 26 until Nov mber Bay Defense StampsBonds Corn is of excellent well as a heavy Vernon Howard returned the mid e of last week to the home of his pa and Bert where he had ac impanied his Heit who went there to visit her bust und who is in training ia the Medi al Corps at Fitmmmons General First Earl who lost ne hand and was otherwise injured 11 a plane crash in Italy several weeks recently arrived by plane from and is at Flor He talked with hia fil er northwest of by lephone and stated he was1 feeling ne and glad to be in the states Herman Kutil arrived Satur ay for a visit in the home of his pa and neat Kutil has served four ears in the Army nd has been stationed at several oiuts in At the completion 1 Mstransfer furlough he will report t Hot for further aa AYMENT OF DEBT TO BE CELEBRATED Local Masons To Have Burning Of Mortgage With Special Program There will be a special meeting of Freedom at the Masonic temple next Tuesday October at when the burning of the mortgage on the temple will bo cele brated with a fitting and appropriate The main address for the occasion will bo delivered by of who will speak on the What Ma sonry Does for a There will be short talks by local A male quartet from Landmark Sioux will present several mu sical Refreshments will be All Masons and their all Stars and their husbands are in and they may bring PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday School at Morning worship Sunday at II Midweek prayer service Wednes day October at the Fred Hansen The annual Ladies Aid Bazaar will be held Friday October at at the Garland school   

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