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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 9, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 NOVEMBER 1944 NUMBER 14 ARMISTICE DAY TO BE OBSERVED HERE SATURDAY Patriotic Program In Auditorium In Forenoon Trap Shoot In Afternoon Ap appropriate patriotic program willSbe presented at the Now Auditor Akron at oclock on morning of Armistice and it i reqiiested that local business place close from 10 to 12 for this Come to the Auditorium ant show your respect to the veterans o World War I and the boys of World War The following program wil be presented Harry Nelson Address Howe DuetiFrances Dorothy Behmer Stace Vocal Solo Kennedy Vocal Solo Hugh Chamberlain Thrde Bane Miss DySarc The annual Trap Shoot sponsorec by Hoschler American Lsgion on Armistice November wil be held in Akron again this as has 3ascd up a The trap shooting will start at at the City whnre shells will There will be plenty of fowl for At Le gion Hallthe usual games of skill will be progress during the afternoon and A plate lunch will be served at 50e and 25c at noon in the Legion Hall diningroom by the la dies of the Legion AuxiliaTy Sand wiches will be on sale in the The generalpublic is invited by the members of Hoschler Post and the Auxiliary Unit to join in tins annual occasion of enjoyment and entertain BIO SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Morning worship sermon topic based oil I Cor chapter Working The Lords Supper will be served at the conclusion of the ser 11 30 Sundaj Evening The pastors subject will Blessed Are the November 14 8 00 Midweek November p Missionary Society Host esses will be Martin Emil Johnson and Oliver The devotional chairman will be DEATH CALLS IVAR HAYHOME Ivar of Elk came here on Monday of last to work in the First National was taken suddenly ill the fol lowing day and operated upon in a Sioux City hospital for perforated ul cer of the passed away at the hospital last He had been an Elk Point resident practically all his He was employe and official of the Union County Bank there for 29 yenrs and held a wide ac He was also chairman of the district war price and rationing board in Elk His one sis ter and one Funeral services were hold Wednesday at at his home in Bur ial was in the cemetery under Masonic LOCAL PHYSICIAN IS HURT IN FALL Kerr Makes Misstep In Bus And Suffers Rib Fracture Kerr sustained a painful injury to his side by making a mis step while on a bus between and Denver one day week as he was returning from a bunting trip in He ctepped off a low platform extended un derneath tlie seats and fell against the corner of a seat across the Drv and Kenarrived home from Denver last Friday and he was suf fering An xray takon Saturday disclosed that a lower rib was fractured in two places near where it is connected to the Kerr able to be about again the first of the hunt in Wy oming Kerr arcompaniod by his Joe of North of Vor and of Sioux quest very in two elk and six an METHODIST CHURCH NOTES The Utile Dulce club meets Tuesday November with Geo Napoleon said that moral strengt is threefourths of a nations force in time of As far as science has invcstigat there is no minimum dose of alco hoi that is Victor Hors The Sunday school is that depart ment of the church that has an inter esting place for every mejnber of th Why itat join one of the dis mission gronps next Sunday ought to aim to make at least a 20 increase in our average attendance for ihis Last year our average was Let us make it at least 78 for this If we are going to make we ll have to get because we are now at least five behind last year for Just What Is the Crusade for Dhrist will be the theme for next Sunday mornings There is to be a great Conference wide mass meeting at the Methodisi ihurch at Storm November 14 Two bishops and two other nationally mown speakers will be on the pro If call your min ALBERT BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES November Sunday Morning wor ship School oJ All our members anc riends are urged to November The World Wide Guild ith Marion Robertson as November fhe Ladies Bible class Kerr as OLEN mini LOCAL NEWS NOTES IIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIllll Grant Gassmnn went to Des Moines in business last meeting Friday Nbv mber John of is his and other elatives and Fred Riehters went to o join his in assisting during picking on the farm of her pa near Kenneth Port came from Camp to spend a with is and Fay nd other relatives and Miss Leone who has been taying with her Ernest during the past several left Saturday for her homo at Carrie Peck went to Bawar en last Friday to stay in the home of er dur ng Nelsons absence in a hospi al at and Matkin and of who ave been visiting in the home of her and John left Saturday for Kansas here they will visit relatives of Miss Ilene of graduate who has been em loyed at Josephs Sioux came last Friday for a visit in ie of her Steve and before going to Minneap where she will be employed in the reterans and Lake received ord that their serving in the Air Corps in the outh is now based in the letherland East Indies and that he recently promoted from Flight fficer to He stated in a etter to his folks that the weather is listering hot there and that it is nec ssary to wear dark glasses to protect B eyes from the suns fierce Mesdaraes Hugh ake and Clyde Kinser were hostesses t a postnuptial shower for Jennie ifyers Lewis on Monday eld in the primary room of tho Bap st The guests were enter ainod by a Musical played y The bride re jived a varied collection of lovely also gifts of money for her sil er The Sunshine club was entertained the Will Harkness with arkness Member not in at endance was Vis wore Charley Caskey nd A grabbag was a eature of the and ills birthday anniversary was re The next meeting will be rovember in the home of and Eldon Cas eys birthday will be remembered at mt After the meeting there ROOSEVELT IS REELECTED FOR FOURTH TERM Both Iowa and South Dakota Remain In Republican Column In a nationwide sweep in Tues days Franklin Roosevcl was returned to the presidency of the United States for the fourth conseeu tive thereby establishing1 a rcc ord that may never again be equaled If he lives out the term that will begin the 20th of next he will hav completed sixteen long years ir Hie white In Roosevelts vie ory over Thomas the Re publican presidential tin leciding factor laid largely in the la lor which the New Deal has con stantly pampered and and ir he fact that our nation is in the midst of a World with the alliei gaining notable successes on practi ally all holding many voters o the belief that a change in our ad ministration would not be advisabh at this That the presidetitia lection was viewed very seriously by he electorate is evidenced by the un nsually heavy vote that was police hroughout the Up to Wed nesday still incomplete returns showed that a total of bal ots had been with the flna vote expected to reach nearly fifty So far as the pop ilar vote stood for Roose velt and for a ma ority of for In he solid Dewey polled a heav er vote than did Willkie four years It appears that Roosevelt car 35 with a total of 413 elee oral votes 266 required to elect while Dewey was successful in 13 with 118 electoral In the 1940 Roosevelt received 449 elec oral votes from 38 states and Willkie olumn Tuesday were i Ju Michi North South Wisconsin and Wy The Democrats made gains in both ranches of raising the louse total from 214 to 234 218 be ng required for a numerical major and in the senate they increased o 54 or five more than a major with seven senate and 36 house ontests still in Prominent lepublicans defeated were of orth and of Con necticut in the and of ew and Day of in the ational The Democrats gained three govcrn rships in Massachusetts and Washington In all Republican state offi ials were with majorities in xeess of Deweys majority as over For Re defeated Senator Guy by approximately majority in a tight Over million votes were cast in In the Eighth Iowa congressional complete returns give Con ressman Charles Repuh a margin of over Lester Hoeven carried very county in the district except ickinson Gillettes home county nd The vote in Sioux Hoe ens home county was to Plymouth county gave Hoe en and Gillette South Dakota elected all Republi an state as also did Union In a sharp county for com 2nd in defeated y by 31 Plymouth there was no ontest on county all present ncumbents being In 579 ballots were ith 365 for Dewey and 213 for majority of 152 for In 1940 the total vote in Ak on was with 443 for Willkie and 73 for a majority of EWLYWEDS PROM WEST VISITED FRIENDS HERE Harry Machinists Mate of the and bride ar for a visit last week with Ak on friends and guests of and Clyde From os they came via Council where they isited the grooms and also opped in Sioux City with the Knud cousins of the While here ley were guests of Ben White nd and Hugh Dowling and inqheon guests of and Mrs Fred They left Sioux City on Wed esday Of last week for Los1 Lewis will attend a ill be a osrd Diesel engine school for four TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Tliore will be presented on the pro gram of talking picture entertainment at the Norka Theatre duriHg the com ing a a codiedy drama and a The attraction for Friday and Sat urday November 10 and will be a fastmoving Yel low Rose of withthe popular Roy Rogers in the top support ed by an able also IPhc Sons of of tiio Pioneers musical Roy Rogers apjlears on the scene as an entertainer On a river Actually he is insurance company The girl who works on the boat with him is the daughter of the man originally charg ed with the holdup whicH Roy is in and by the time the boat jets to town the father has escaped After some fighting and considerable musical Roy uncovers the real ef fort outdoes the previous Roy Rogers lictures in both the story and musical entertainment The mu and singing are wit Soy doing some songs and Dale Evans number of On Sunday and Monday evenings November 12 and there comes a lilarious comedydrama of situatioi and The Impatient with Jean Arthur and Lee Bowman n the leading this plays a young couple are ordered to relive their courstship from its begin in the hope of relighting the of romance which seemed to be missing when he returned from the This leads to much consterna and twisted but il does the trick of a second honeymoon and they are As always Jean Arthur her characteriza n ring with authenticity anc searching In Lee 3owmrm takes advantage of a big op portunity to score a solid Charles the purveyor of scphisticatec as A comedywithmusic will be the screen attraction for Wednesday eve MOVE IS MADE FOR MEMORIAL TO OUR SERVICE MEN Recreation Building For Young Folks Is ity The principal roles ire taken by Joan Jane Fra and Bob In this a ounglady running a sixeasylessons piano studio is defendant in a jlagiarism suit for a song she bought rom a phoney She tries to jrove that all music composers lift trains from each but it doesnt make any impression on the judge un il her boy friend arrives with definite iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiHiwniiiiiiiiiin LOCAL NEWS NOTES IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Warner visited her aughter rind family in LeMars the ast of the Davidson left yesterday o visit her one in and the other in Carrie Peck left yesterday for n extended visitwith her and family in Pore Carl Anderson and Ed of Sioux were vis ors last Friday in the homes of their and Swanson nd and Eric Akron business places are requcst d to close from 10 to 12 oclock the orenoon of Armistice during lie patriotic exercises to be held in IB New Com mercial who has been iaying with her and Eugene left yesterday for to join her ho is in Army rocessing Joseph service there as a of near ost the ends of two fingers on one and when struck by the blade of an uto fan as he was adjusting the fan elt one day last He received urgical attention at the Akron Hos Elizabeth south of received a telegram from the Var Department on October in orming her that her Technician obert had been seriously ill nee October 13 in theAsiatic IB diagnosis showing When ast heard from a month Robert as in Curtis son of and Curtis who has een taking the V12 Navy course of tstruction at Iowa State was home last week hav ng been called to San resume active Curtis was a assenger on the crack Southern Pa fie Challenger train wrecked early Wednesday morning near Cal when nine persons were was slightly according to telegram received from him by his arents It has been proposed by the Ak ron Commercial Club that Akron and the folks of our trade terri tory erect a recreation building aa a memorial to our soldiers of this war and previous This as outlined thus would have four bowling al public shower and several boys and girls game rooms on the ground The second floor would have a room 45x100 for roller plus a small kitchen and sev eral other rooms for various recre As it would 46x142 on main accessible to Akron business men have felt for a long as you must that a clean place of recreation for our young folks is a The proposed building project will cost around and we feel that it should be paid for when This would require some of which would have to be rather we feel that our young folks are the most important crop raised in our whole should be grown un der the moft favorable environ ment that it is able to create for and planned fun and rest is as essential as food for young When our young men and women come back from the armed services they are going a place in own home Several business men have de clared their willingness to con tribute various up to toward such a Forty thousand dollars is a large sum of so naturally we will need many fairsized we would ask you to talk this over among your respect ive and then contact any of the following Commercial Club with your suggestions on such and also give him some idea of what you would con tribute toward We wish to complete plans and raise the money so as to be ready when materials will be made avail Harry Melvin Grant Fred Otto Clifford Verne Ramon Directors Akron Commercial SIXTH WAR LOAN DRIVE TO SET UNDER WAY SOON Plymouth countys quota in the Sixth War Loan Drive which will open November 20 will be t was announced Friday after a meet ng of nearly 100 representatives of 12 counties at Storm of Des state executive director of war conducted ihe regional bond Accompanying Toral Ply nouth county to the ses sion were chairman of he retailers division chairman of the county bankers com and Bruce county Of the countys total said are Series E General plans for conducting the methods of solicitati9n and publicity were discussed under he direction of Clark and his Plans for the conducting of the county drive will be dis lussed at a meeting of the County Var Activity which will ie held in the near LEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at Evening Gospel service at Midweek service next Wednesday it the home of and Harvey The American Legion needs ducks See Harry TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class a Divine worship service at 11 The Mission Circle will meet in the parish hall at Chatsworth on Tuesday with Mrs Gert as Confirmation instructions ever Saturday from There will be neither Sunday schoo nor divine services at Sun November Our new furnace will be installed during the week be ginning with Monday or Special anniversary service Sun November We welcome you to worship with CHATSWORTH Pastor Sunday school at Divine Service at The Mission Circle in the parish hall on Tuesday with Gert as Wo welcome you to worship with EMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at Preaching service at 11 by Stanley of Augustann Sioux Ladies Aid will meet on November at the home of Walter with Dirks and Lewison Mcm jers will please bring canned goods lor hospital to this FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 The annual Thanksgiving birthday dinner November follow ng church A program will e given after LOCAL NEWS NOTES miiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii Brown is a surgical pa 3nt at the Akron Anna Degen and ie to isit relatives and and Paul of Sioux visited relatives and Iriends here over the week Anna Klemme returned Sun lay from a visit with her and in Chi Miss Shirley of was a week end guest in the lome of her uncle and and Newman and and her little grandson wont o to visit rela ives and Eugene of Akron as one of six Plymouth county men ent to Fort last hursday for proinduction examina ion for the armed August Lundgren returned last hursday from Spring ear where he was looking after the arm of his while the atter was recovering from an opera and Burnight esterduy for to nakc a couple of months visit with iieir son and nd Robert and to nake the acquaintance of their new randdaughtcr It has been cloudy and cooler evory ay this with showers Tuesday norning and a quite heavy rain late n the There was a hard reeze Saturday with an IS hove Conditions for icking corn have generally been nore Burton Swift arrived Tuesday rom Camp to spend a mrt leave with his wife and child his and Vern and among1 other relatives and He is in training in the AntiAircraft service and was ecently transferred to Camp Howze rom Camp The will meet at Hope chool Novembsr at committee Ho ler Harry committee erman Leonard John A program will be includ ng tricks of magic by Jack Behmer nd a 4H talk by Wayne All are invited to AKRON GRID TEAM LOSES FINAL TILT TO CENTERVILLE Season Record Is Two One Five Now Akron High football team met its worst defeat of the season at Cen last Friday when the strapping gridiron wnr rors that school overwhelmed them hy a score of 40 to Center ville held a lead of 200 at half Akron staged a nice comeback in the second putting over tvro touch clowns and passing for a point after touchdown in each The last Imlf was also good for 20 points for Centerville This was the Ak ron High elevens final grid game of lie An effort was made to schedule a game with Hawardon High this but negotiations came to Hawnrden has had rather a nediocre team this year and possibly hcy did not care to risk losing a game o Akron and thus crack their inbroken string of victories over our cams in years gone This was the irst year in a long time these football earns have not but relations may be resumed nest While Vlcron Highs season record of two one tie and five losses was not it is mitigated by the fact lint the locals had a light and rather nexperienced squad in the n nearly every were op osd by a considerably heavier Speed and sn outstanding pnsing at ack were features of thrir The esults of the season were as follows 6 Elk 18 Orange 7 6 20 Leeds 7 26 14 noted1tlnrf Akron made ne or more touchdowns in each game while in each of the games von their opponents went The Akron High seconds mt de eat bvy the Hawnrden reserves H Ha Saturday 13 to he previous Saturday these teams ilayed Akron 7 to Akron High athletic activities will low turn to boys and girls basket It is said both the Akron girls nd boys teams will be fast this sen on and fans can look forward ome exceptionally fine The RegisterTribune hopes to be able to rsent the seasons schedule of bas etball games before the playing sea on gets under BORN A to and Alfred one in the LeMars Octo er A to and Fred f in Akron Novem er A to and Rex f in Akron Novem er and Don Widler were ailing on friends here former coach arid instructor n Akron High has been at ending Officer Candidate school at Proving n the Air and after his fur ugh will be stationed at Wilming whose and geese for the trap shoot Armistice home is in is teaching in the Hinton public iUDAVTIiLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 The erinon Chaos or Peace for tho Christian Evening services at AKRON NAVY MAN WEDS EASTERN GIRL 2nd And Marie Dittmars Take Vows and John of announce the mar riage of their to Raymond 2nd Class Petty of The marriage took place October at Saint Benedicts church in North The bride attend ed by her Miss Anita The grooms mother and Frank Thomas and Miss Regina of were present at the The newly married couple arrived Saturday to visit the grooms and Frank east of other relatives and The groom grew to young manhood here and assisted his parents on the farm until he entered the Jtfayy ser His many friends irt the com munity extend congratulations and wish him and his charming bride all the best things of   

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