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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 2, 1944, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 58 NOVEMBER 1944 NUMBER 13 HOMECOMING DAY CELEBRATED WITH GRIDIRON VICTORY AkronHolstein Game Delayed By Mixup In Time Of Starting The annual Homecoming Day fus tivities of Akron High school got un der Way last Thursdaj evening wit n big jollification pep rally on the school followed by th customary snakedance of school pu pils through the streets in the busi ness It the coronation cere Dorothy Lcwison was erownec queen and Charles Wctzeler the king for Homecoming On the Homecoming Daj program started at when headed by the newlycrowned kin and queen in an auto and the schoo the pupils marched through the business and then to the Citj where the band played severa selections preliminary to what was scheduled to be the football game be tween the Holstain and Akron High football At the appointee the Holstein team bad not put in an and f telephone call to that place elicitet the fact that the players were jus getting ready to start for ii apparently being their idea that it to be an evening With Holstein about 75 miles i was their team could not gel here inside of two hoursi or a little so the starting time of the game had to be revised and the assembler crowd dispersed It was not until nearly oclock that the HolsteinpTayers were on the field ant ready to line up for the with the shadows from a bright autumt sun beginning to lengthen but a gooc sized crowd had again assembled anc were willing to miss the regular sup per hour order to witness the game The game started with Holstein the ball to their own gain of six yards around right end was made by Wetzeler on the first Adams then took it around left end for a first down oii Holstein s At this point Wetzeler heaved n long pass to who grabbed the oval and dashed over Holstein s goal line Akrons first af ter than three minutes of playing time had A Wetzeler to in the end zone was com pleted and Akron held a 7 to 0 Akron then kicked off to Holstein and the ball was downed on their Hol stein fumbled and recovered on the first Akron drew a 5yard pen Continued on inside page LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The county meeting the Ameri can Legion and Auxiliary was held in the Legion Hall here Tuesday eve October with the county president After the pro a nice lunch was The local t meeting of the Auxiliary will be held next Tuesday November Ernest Allen visited last week with relatives at Remsen and SISTER OF AKRON WOMAN SUMMONED Mrs Featheraton Of Santa Former County Resident Robert a daugh Charles of and a sister of ward of this passed away October at her home in Santa Her mother and Dirks had been at her bed side past few weeks of her final Mildred Richards was born Decem Uer Sli at She wa married May to Robert yeatherston in Sioux For the flist six years of their married life they resided in Sioux City and for the past flye years their home has been in Left to mourn her depart ure are her husband a 10 years old two Edward of and ofSanta Monica a William of Santa and her Charles Rich of Her father died eight years ago and Ken Funeral Services were held Tuos at GatesKingsley funeral ohapel in Santa with bttvial in eemetery METHODIST CHURCH NOTES If YOU will trust in God more YOU will worry Many sins may seem pleasant an but all are dangerous yes they are death Next Sunday we will try to take honest look at ourselves as you pastor preaches a sermon WHC WHO CALL OURSELVEfc AMERICANS 1 There will be a joint tin Quarterly Conference of the Meth odist churches of the LeMars Sub District of the Methodist Conferenc at LeMars on November This wil be interesting meeting and a should do their best to There is another truly GREA MASS MEETING OF METHOD ISTS coming this month at Storm This one will be on November 14 and will be addressed by two Bish ops and two other outstanding nation ally known Right now we are trying to get al of our people and the friends of ou church to attend Sunday school ses sions of our church Try i out and you will enjoy Many of us are like the little boy who said he had not been a bad boy on a certnin and he had not beei a good either and when asked WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DOING I just been trying to be A true Christian jus afford to continue to be jus comfortable while so great a portioi of the world is in such distress ant When the world is at its the church ought to be at its Judge Fred of will give lis lecture Tomorrows Child a at the Methodist church on Nov 3mber at He comes un der the auspices of the jeague of ALBERT iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii iniiiiiiiiiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES Nettie Mann and Veru Swift were visitors in Sioux lis uncle and the first of the of ame the last of the week to visit his and fam Miss Lydia Graber came from Free to take a position as clerk n the dry goods department of the C store who received head and iack injuries in a fall off a truck the rst of last was able to come to is place of for the first time Kerr left last Friday or a visit with relatives in nd will be accompanied on her return y her who has een on a vacation and hunting trip n Miss Florence came rom Sioux City for a week end visit n the home of her Art and went to Sioux for a brief visit with her rother and and Dean and vho are staying with her nd near Rich her husband is in service in the South left ere Monday for a visit with relatives i The will meet at Hope ehool November at Program committee Ho mer Harry committee erruan Leonard John August Koch and of have visiting er and Frank Castings and and John and other relatives and Frank DeJong and of ock have also been vis ors in the home of her nd Clayton and Leon visitors at last eek in the home of their daughter nd ho had been spending a vacation ere with his returned Tues ay to Sioux where he is ein loyed in the office of the Holdcroft ransportation Ivan of Elk who ame Monday to assist in the First utionnl was taken suddenly ill and after being taken to his ome in Elk Point was removed to osephs Sioux where e was operated upon for perforated leer of is hoped he ill make a speedy iayhome came to temporarily take place in the bank held by who has gone to take hit banking LOCAL PEOPLE TAKE VOWS OF MARRIAGE DURING WEEK Sioux Palls And Dakota City Scenes Of Events Miss Dorothy Jean daugh ter of of Akron became the bride of Don aid of Iowa on October Before a candlelit altar decoratei with white th young couple exchanged their mar riage vows in Pauls Episcopa church in Dean Le land of Calvary Cathedral Sioux read the double ring ser Preceding the Emma Belle of sang 0 Perfect Gott of played the or processional and The who was given in mar riage by her wore a for mal wedding gown of white taffeta with a fingertip The gown hac a sweetheart a fitted bodice ind a flared Completing ler wedding1 the bride wori white lace mitts that her mother hat worn on her wedding1 She cur ried a white prayer book and a gar Attending the bride was her sister Hiss Judy of Iowa The bridesmaid was attired in a pale jink sheer formal and had a wris corsage of The groom wore the uniform of the and was attended by his Malcom of Ha The best man wore a dark fcrown For her daughters the trides mother chose a twopiece dress if sheer beige with black acces The grooms mother wore a rown crepe with matching ac senior Homo Economies student at South Dakota State College and will continue hei tudies there after a oneweek honey Prior to entering the service he groom was also a student at State being enrolled in the division f He is now stationed at Gamp Following the a recep ion for seventy relatives and friends if the newlyweds was held in the dining The brides mother and of cousin of the were Bonell and Eric of assist Miss Gertrude of Brook The dining room was ecorated with cedar and white can A tier weddingcake and white mums decorated the brides Outoftown guests were and William Kratochvil and daugh Mary and Harry Kra and Charles Kra and Leslie Kratoch il and William II of Iowa and of Iowa and and Wil ert Gamber and Clay 11 of and Ned of The rectory oi Joseph Gathe Sioux WHS the scene f a quiet wedding at 11 o clock Tues October when Alta of became the ride of Paul of Sioux The single ring ceremony fas performed by Reverend Miller be ore immediate relatives and Attending the couple were Gertrude nd Joseph sister and rother of the The bride was attired a light blue vool costume accentuated in Black accessories completed er Her attendant wore a green dressmakers with brown Each wore a corsage of hite gardenias and red rose After the a dinner was erved to immediate relatives of the ouple in the home of and yle and sis er of the At 5 oclock a reception for rela ves and close friends was given in le Melick Following the reception the guests njoyed a dancing1 party at the Yeo an where Korthals had eservations and Korthals will live at ioux where he is employed as ivice officer at the state penitenli Their many friends extend con ratulations and best wishes for a hg and happy life Attending the wedding from here OB last page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Patrons of the Norka Theatre will be offered in the way of talking pic ture entertainment during the com ing a roaring a war drama and a unique On Friday and Saturday November 3 and the center of the stage will be held by those shootin James Cagney and Humphrey in A The Oklahoma Nuff It is sure to be One of the outstanding dramas to come out of the mane of World con flict will appear on the screen Sunday and Monday November 5 an in The White Cliffs of superbly presented by a cast com prised of Irene Alan Frank Roddy Van Aubrey Dame May Gladys Peter Law John Jill Brenda Nornm Varden and The plot depicts an American Irene who goes to Eng and with Frank before World War She meet and marries a Alan Marshal when war is leaves he o join his He killed ii and Irene remains in Englam o raise their Roddy McDowall She resents the fact that a man as young her husband had to die be cause of the and makes up hei mind that her son will not suffer the same untimely She plans to ake him to but the son ove for his desire to ad icre to family forces her to cancel With the coming of World War the now young man Peter answers he call to while Irene becomes a During a raidon tin son is is brought to the has ital where his mother is1 stationed and dies while she describes a paiade of American soldiers seen from the While definitely a picture for it is also one most men vill It is by no means all trag as there are many moments of delightful still others of iios and embrac ng in its 125 l nearly every motional element necessary to eap ure and sustain audience The attraction for Wednesday eve November will Take It Leave with Phil Baker auc dward Ryan in the leading vbile sequences from old pictures por ray Shirley Sonja ack Alice George Mont Weir Betty duster Ritz Al Jol on James Take It or Leave t in a way can be called a he picture is the first to make use of Id clips from former pictures in a vholesale Shirley Temple nd James Dunn do the Baby Take Bow number made when Shirley as really a and there are se uences from Hollywood Caval Tin Pan Lillian and1 other less identifiable LOCAL NEWS NOTES IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllUIIIIII Eunice Burket visited rela ives and friends in Tues Flynn has been a pa in Josephs Sioux where she submitted to an oper of and of Min were guests of their and Clyde e latter part of the and Adam f Los cume the first f the week to visit relatives and old me friends and Valdsehmitt is a sister of the Blum of this Losen who has erved eighteen months with the 13th Vrmy Air Force in the South Pacific ar arrived this week to spend furlough with his and other relatives and and Clyde DySard and Carol visited his sis Miss Lorraine and for mer neighbors and friends here Sat DySard was an instructor nd coach in the local schooj last year nd holds a similar positioi at Hart this Matkin came from to join his wife and little son a visit with tier and ra and other vela ves and and Johu pn and and Matkin and son njoyed a several days visit last eek with relatives at Min and Spenoar and BIG BATTLE FOR PRESIDENCY NEXT TUESDAY Every Voter Should Exercise Privilege To Make Choice Of Leaders Noxt November is na tional election and every quail tied elector should make it n epeciu point to cast their ballot upon tha momentous It is not only privilege but a duty to east a ballo to determine who shall be our govern mental and there a very other countries in the world today ii ih the people can exorcise thn People should feel it just a niieh their patriotic duty to vote as it is for men to respond to the call fo duty in the armed services of our no dont let anything keep yoi rom voting next In Akroi he polls will be open from in until in the City The presidential nov rapidly drawing to a has dove oped into a hot tight between the lead ers of both the New Deal and Repub lican with plenty of strong charges and countercharges made on both The Register Tribune believes there is no possibl justification for any man to serve as president of the United States for period of sixteen and that it is time for Roosevelt and his New Dea longer the Democratic to step down and Dewey has made a great record as governor of the state of York and he has nil the qualifications to make a graa president of the Tied down by no preelection he will he able to give the nation a hon elllcient administration in which beuurocnicy will be elimin public expenditures greatly re wasteful practices thrown oul and the tax burden There will be no taint of communism or ol other distasteful foreign isms in the Repvibjiqan that wil take over in January ifDewby ant Bricker are elected next nnd the country will be glad to forgel Franklin and Eleanor for a At the general election to be hole next November the follow ing judges and clerks for precincts ii the west part of Plymouth county were chosen by the board of super isors Board Judges Calvin Max E Trautt Tom Walter Receiving Board Judges Floyd Dott Loretta Lamoureux Josehpine Wcid Vincent Preston Gro Ga bel Herman Portland Alfred Koch Orin Bernard McMa Wyatt Francis Wilier Lowell Tay Earl Mi George Spauld ng David Johnson John Peter Bertsel Brown Abe Sioux Christy Mof Knapp Ward McNaugh Hancock Na Olson Ned Liberty Max Yoer Henry Ray Richardson Leo Nelson BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES November iunday There will be no wor ihip because of the Young convention at Cedar November The Ladies Association meets at he home of Robert Warner will present the prayer Jible study at the Beginning November and each Sunday the pas or will conduct a school of OLEN UNION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Ladies at 3 LESLIE The best way to be a booster for rour home town is to trade with your tome town TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Clasa n Divine worship service at 11 The church council will meet the church parlors Tuesday The Luther League will meet nex Thursday with the Herman Jacobs family The special Tlmnkoffering scrvici of the Mission Circle will be held ii the church Sunday beginning ut 8 Special feature of tin evening will be the showing of the sound Prodigal The Story of This service is not only for the members of the society ant for nil members and friends oi the Bring a Confirmation instructions each Sat urday from to We welcome you to worship Avith us OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday school at 10 in Tlmnkoffering service of the Mis sion Circle will be held at Trinity on The Luther League will meet Thins lay with the Herman Jacobs ninily We welcome you to worship with CMMANUEL ENG1 CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 by The Womans Missionary Society vill meet November vith John Please ning articles1 for the kits to this meet PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday School at Morning worship Sunday at LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii Laura Mills has been visiting er and near and Louis Koch and Sioux here with The Utile Dulce club will hold a iake sale November at he Elite Your patronage will IB and Bnrrill are 011 oying a visit from their and of Camp who came to Kenneth from is spend ng a furlough with his and other rel tives and Bertha of and her from a outhern army and his or ived last Thursday evening to visit Bertha Howards llara and other John who had spent a eave with his east of nd other relatives and left uesday to resume his training in ra io work at the Naval Air Stn ion at Patuxcnt near Wssh of ame the first of the week for a visit i the home of her and Graves vis her Bob and near and as accompanied here by her little David and Arnold Brundnen and moved last week to torm as Brundeen avels out of that city for the Stan ard Oil The host of friends of lis estimable family very much re ret their leaving this tit wish them every success and hap iness in their new and Rudolph outh of received a letter from icir Lloyd say jg that he is somewhere in oing overseas lust ho inded in On DDay he was ent with the invasion troops to advancing1 into Belgium and and now fighting on Ger an and Charles nme Friday from here they are at present with his to attend the Akron High omecoming and visit friends of his ihool days Obye recently iturned to this country from Eng where he had been based for x months and saw active service as gunner in the Army Air t the end of his transfer furlough e will go to for fur er Obyes ajor former super ntendent of Akron public is ow in serving with a eplacement DEATH CLAIMS YOUNG GIRL AFTER EXTENDED ILLNESS Mary Daughter Of and Steve Monday The sincere sympathy of the cotn iriunity goes out to and Steve Gant in the loss of their Mary who passed away Satur day October at their east of after an ill ness of several which follow ed an attack of scarlet She was 13 4 months and 21 days of Mary was born June at but has lived nost of her life in and was a sweet and lovable She uttend d Josephs parochial school Left to mourn her departure ars ler parents three Gerald and and many other and Funeral services were held at oclock Monday morning in Pat Dicks Catholic Father Charles Ernst officiating at eolemn high in which he was issisted by Father of Ha arid Father of Acting as pallbearers were Richard Richard Rich ird Donald Donald Gale and Ted Inter ncnt was in the Catholic cemetery Immediaterelatives in attendance at the rites were Lamoureux nd of Milford and of owa Nap Lamoureux and Gant and of Sioux City Gant and of of Minneapo Cecil McGruder and fam of LeMars of Other relatives also came rom Sioux Salix and In Memory of Mary Ellen Ganfc alittle This Child of said He Youll have her til shes six or Or twentytwo or Now if you dear To take her this short Pry not to love her just too well Or Me when shes I sent her with her brown She grew like a queen wnnt her for an Angel Although shes just You chose her love and laughter And sunshine for a Jut tho I took her Home Youll meet in a short She made your home a better Your lives to he image of her little face Is cannot Gant BORN A to and Albert Se of near at Ak on October A to and Virgil of at Akron Hospi November Try a Want Art fur quick results LEGION TRAP SHOOT ON ARMISTICE DAY Plenty Of Fowls And Ammunition Available Plate Lunch By Auxiliary The annual Trap Shoot sponsored by Hoschlor American on Armistice November will be held in Akron again this as the ammuntiton problem has eased up a The trap shooting will start at at tho City whove shells will be on There will be plenty of fowl for At Le gion Hall the usual games of skill will be in progress during the afternoon and A plate lunch will be served at 50c and 25c at noon in the Legion Hall dining room by the la dies of the Legion Auxiliary Sand wiches wilj be on sale iu the The general public is invited by the members of Hoschler Post and the Auxiliary Unit to join in this annual occasion of enjoyment and entertain State Senator DeVere Council grand worthy inside guard of the national Frater nal Order of spoke at spec ial meeting of Big Sioux aerie itt Ak Tuesday Senator Wat son was an overnight guest in the Burrill
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