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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 16, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                VOLUME 58 NOVEMBER 1944 NUMBER 15 LOCAL YOUNG PEOPLE WEDDED IN SIOUX CITY Cora Ross Karl Jans Assume Vows Saturday The marriage of Miss Cora and Karl of took place November in Sioux at the home of and the double ring ceremony being performed by The couple were attended by and of Sioux brotherinlaw and sister of the Ihe bride is n daughter of and and Fred of near Jef formerly of the West fleld and she graduated from Westfield High school with the Class of The groom is a son of and of this He was employed at the Akron Creamery before entering the Army service two years He was sta tioned in the Canal Zone for several recently has been at Fort He will now bo trans ferred to Camp Both young people are well known and de servedly in this and their many friends offer congratula tions and very best CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Akron Holy Mass The third and fifth Sundays of the month at The second andrfourth Sundays of the month at will heard at 4 and 8 on Saturdays preceding the third and fifth Sunday of the Westfield The ind fifth Sundays of the month at The second and fourth Sundays of the month at Confessions bebeard onehalf hour1 before Mass the second and fourth Sundays FATHER METHODIST CHURCH NOTES A great people like un touched by bombs or made rich by high incomes and vast produc with schools still with our churches unharmed and our fields un must squarely face an obli gation to do for the world a unselfish service and demonstrate the sincerity of our profession that we are a Christian The above is a statement that shows what Methodists are try ing to do in The Crusade for Christ which was launched at Kansas City last Claiming Our Own Wealth will be the theme for next Sunday morn ings worship Your minister really feels that a worthwhile message for The Sioux City District Youth Fel lowship will meet at LeMars next Sunday afternoon from to Miss Marian Marienau is one of the District She will have charge of the group recreation from to Wo exgeet to have a fine delegation from Akron at this The Union Thanksgiving service will be held this year at our church on Wednesday November with Olen of the Bap iist bringing the sermon and he Methodist choir leading the mu The community is cordially in vited to attend this We have great many things to be thankful for this Our Sunday school ohowed some nice growth last Just keep on oming and we will make that gain we iave been working ALBERT BORN A to and Larry Jen at Akron November A to and Donald Har of at Akron November 1944 A to and Fred southeast of in Jos ephs Sioux Novem ber UNION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Thanksgiving service on November at LESLIE RUSSIAN RELIEF CLOTHING SENT Headquarters In Sioux City Acknowledges Akrons Donation Last week nine cartons of clothing hod been assembled at the Reg office in the local drive for Russian Relief were shipped to Russian Relief headquarters and add ed to the two carloads of clothing for warded from Sioux City and the sur rounding territory and now enroute to relieve the sufferings of destitute people of that country during the long and severe that is upon In acknowledging the shipment of clothing sent from of Sioux chairman of the Clothing for Russia sent the following letter under date of Nov ember 8 Dear Smith The collection of clothing which you made possible for the Clothing for Russia drive isi being packed and will soon be on its our allies in wtio need so Woodbury i chairman of the Iowa Motion War Activities has sponsored the tip add his thnnks afid aps spebt We will express our thanks to Ijpse who helped assure that as wall have earned a good shore in this great work of Most Anne Clothing for Russia PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday School at Morning Sunday at iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES JIIUBllllllUllllllllinillllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIKllllllllllllKIIIIIIIIIlIffl Asa Harkncss was a Hawar Kennell left Tuesday or to attend a National Vlissionary Fred Marienau went to Coun cil Monday for a visit ivith her father and other program will be given at Preston November Every one John Bliss and Bobby and of Sioux were visitors lunday in the home of her and Julius of visited his Mra Almina and family over rfolm lived near here a number of fears Come to the Thanksgiving program hat is to be given at Sunnysidc on November 15 and 25 Lunch Every ody Viola and Clarence Baldwin and Carol of Sioux visited his Bald and other relatives here loyd Baldwin and from near were also visitors in his moth irs home and Bartley Ogden and of Iowa and Clarence Eilers and of Sawardea Gene of De3 and and Grant Gass man and son were Sunday guests in he home of their and Ray Gene son of and Axel northeast of wasvseverely njured Tuesday night when his auto off the grade and crashed into the ving of a cement culvert on the high way a few miles east of Riverside He sustained a nose frae ure and chest injuries from contact ivith the steering The of the car was badly For the term of Plymouth county listrict to convene at LeMars on December the following petit iurors have been drawn to serve from he west end of the county Agnes Louis Henry Molzen Donald Viola Rosa Frank Dorothy Herbert Yates Ire Tina Hillrichs 3skar The ladies of Johnson township leld their Sewing Machine with Miss at the home of Bertsel Brown on Noveni ier There were seventeen ladies It proved to be a worth ivhile meeting to most of those in at There several ma ihines cleaned and The meeting began at and a covered dish luncheon was served at DEATH SUMMONS FORMER RESIDENT OF THIS VICINITY Died in Yankton Funeral Services Here Tuesday Nettie of a former resident of Akron vicin passed away at Sacred Heart hos Nov ember after sin illness of about a month of rheumatic Nettie Alberta daughter of John and Elizabeth was born at August and grew to young womanhood She was married to George Cane at Elk July and had lived at Tabor and Spring the past ten Left to mourn her departure are her George of Tabor two John cf Lu and Frank of Ak and two Ada Nor of Sioux and Zella of and a num ber of nephews and The be reaved relatives have the sympathy of many After a brief service at the Frank Smith south of Tuesday at funeral services were leld at 2 oclock at the First Bnptist church in conducted by Olen the Acting as pallbearers were nephews of the Fay Ted Harry Herbert Buryanek and John Inter ment was in Riverside Out of town relatives and friends ittending the services were and John and James and Her bert Buryanek and Noble of and and John and Nels Hattie and Sam James Sor of Sioux City and Ted Smith and of and Leslie Hannah William of Le and of Mar ius and Earl of Sioux James of Hawarden Emily of Elk Point Ross of Vermillion and Rein of and Dewey Klein and and and Lester of MILEAGE RATIONING FOR SUPPLEMENTAL GAS Keep Your Mileage Rationing Jecord is the reminder given to mo torists by Sioux City district Office of Price Administra ion This is extremely he as it is necessary that it be resented to the board by the appli cant when an application is made for a supplementary gasoline When motorists made application of their new basic A gasoline ra ions September instead of the us lal tire inspection record which was ormerly a Mileage Rationing Jecord was attached to the bottom of he When the applica ion was approved at the War Price md Rationing this Mileage Record was detached and returned to he applicant with his basic A eou This Mileage Rationing Record must be kept in the motorists posses sion at all Rawlings as it is necessary that this record be aresented to the local board by the applicant when an application is made for supplemental UNION COUNTY HAS RAISED RECORD CROP OF CORN County Extension Agent Harmon of Elk reports that Un on county is harvesting on of the leaviest average yields of corn in its He says that the yields run rom 40 to 85 bushels per with he average at 50 bushels for the es imated of corn acreage in the The estimated 300 me chanical pickers will handle Union countys crop without trouble if fa vorable weather continues for four There are few calls for hand Dickers or hired Pre vailing corn picker rates are per icre for mechanical pickers and 10 to 12 cents per bushel for hand Edmond who is taking radio training at Sioux Falls Army Air spent Sunday with his un cle and and Lee and west of TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Feature For The Coming Week Coming to the Norka Theatre duv ensuing week aa talking pic ture entertainment will be a musical a comedydrama and a juven ile There will be offered oh Friday and Saturday November 17 and a topquality dramiitio Minstrel In the the Minstrel Mans wife gives birth to girl and The Minstrel Man is so broken up he leaves the daughter with friends and goes away for five Whenhe the friends wont give him his daughter and sug gest that he leave her He goes when shp is about his former agerit brings him back to stop a show based on his He finds his daughter the leading There is a reunion andall ends hap The songs have ttie warmth and swing that the Minstrel Man in addition to Melan choly which is an alltime fa will delight all listeners and make a definite in the song world of today and Benny Fields singing has a charm and style which established himfas a favorite more than a generatiori and it should start his ascent toward the cinema heavens where like Ed die Cantor and Al Jolson already In presenting5 the dramatic phase of the fthe choice of Gladys George and Roscoe Karns jives excellent and as well as the rest of the achieve realistic portrayalsthat are very coiv The choice of Judy Clark for the part of the daughter is a piece of technical choosing that adds a good bit toward making this so fine a The screen attraction for Sunday and Monday November 19 and will be the The Cantervilie with Robert Margaret William Reginald Rags Ragland and other outstanding film artists in the It is based on the Oscar Wilde story by the same Showing coward iee in a duel in 1624 and therefore with a curse laid on him by his fa Simon de Cantervilie becomes England s most celebrated With the passng of all de antervilles have been cowards thus Simons ghost has been doomed to for no has performed an act of bravery to free him from the Comes the present when a platoon of American Rangers are jilleted in the One of the sol Robert is found to be a descendant of the and he ghost commissions him to perform an heroic But the knowledge hat all de Cantervilles had been cow ards has so affected Young that he Jinches during a commando raid and The mental hazard is when the ghost in orms him he was descended from a not a of Sir Continued on last page LOCAL NEWS NOTES MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIinillllllllllllH Wakeman went to Sioux to visit Grace of Riversioux left on the Hiawatha yesterday o visit her daughters in The opening of the Christmas Seal sale this year was changed from Nov ember 11 to November Earl Bray came from Sioux ity for a week end visit in the home of her and Andrew Siebens and of visited relatives and friends here last Thursday after noon and also attended the Christian Jadies1 Aid County Superintendent Christine Petersen has appointed by the 3tate Department of Public Instruc ion to serve on the Steering eommit Girls Physical Education Man ual for High stationed at the Army Air Flor arrived last Thursday evening to spend a furlough with his Margaret and other relatives and Nolan Gering and who had been making an ex ended stay in the home of her pa and left ast Thursday for her home fa Her husband is in service in the Earl who is sta tioned at the Sioux Falls Air was a Sunday guest of his 31ara and other relatives Chandler is a son of the ate of who lived in Akron with his parents yean BASKETBALL NOW TO OCCUPY SPOT LIGHT IN SPORTS Boys Team To Open Season Here With Merrill This Friday The Akron High school boys fin ished a very successful football sea son on November 3 at The boys wore outclassed in some their but were always able to score ngninst their At the end of the season they had made a total of 104 points to their oppon ents or about an average of 13 to 17 points per game throughout the The first basketball game of the season will be played on the local floor Friday this Nov ember with the strong teams of Menill There will be boys first nnd second team Our boys have been working hard and will make a good The girls teams will have their in ifinl gnmes at home on Tuesday eve ning November when they meet tlie Liberty High These two games will be very spirited and worth j of a good It is most difficult to schedule girls games this year on account of travel londitions and our There are still possibilities for more girls Barnes as all teams challenged iavo not We wish to thank you for your sup during our football season and solicit your support for the coming basketball Basketball 194445 The following games have so far scheduled for the Akron High boys and girls basketball teams for the 194445 season Here 1st and 2nd WELL KNOWN RESIDENT IS SUMMONED THIS MORNING Ben a resident of this vicinity for many years and widely known and passed away at his home in this city at oclock this Thursday after an ill ness of only about two He liac been in failing health the past couple of years or and he and his wife re tired from farming about a year ago and came to town to Besides his he is survived by his wife and two Charles and The be reaved family have the sympathy oi the An obituary will be published next Funeral servi ces will be held Saturday at in the First Baptist BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES November Sunday Morning wor ship Mooting of the Deacons and Missionary November The Ladies Association with Olon Keiinoll as The World Wide Guild with Kerr OLEN FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 The annual Thanksgiving birthday dinner November follow ng the morning The pro which will include a speaker md musical will be in the All members and friends of the church are urged to be MMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 by Stanley of Augustnna Sioux There 1st and 2nd Tliere boys and Here girls and 1st arid 2nd Here 1st and 2nd There girls and There girls and There 1st and 2nd Here girls and There 1st and 2nd Here Remsen girls and 1820 County Here 1st and 2nd 1st and 2nd 1st and 2nd Here 1st and 2nd 78910 Sectional Tourna ment for There girls and Here 1st and Jnd 222324 District Tourna neiit for Orange 1st and 2nd March 123 Sectional Tourna ment for FORMER NORTHWEST IOWA EDITOR IS SUMMONED Fred formerly editor of he Pritnghar Iowa passed STovember 6 in a hospital at Cedar following a He iad been in poor health the past few Wolf was quite well n northwest having been the Republican candidate for congress man from this district in At one time he was employed by the Red 3athVawter Lyceum Born tear November IB learned the printing trade under ris veteran editor of the Prim rhar His wife was killed two rears ago in an auto Sur iving him are a theo ogical student in and his win editor of he Hawarden Bruce who is taking Naval raining at Great Lakes near came Saturday to spend a eave in the home of his and Broduv southeast of LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Floyd Wilcox was a business visitor n Sioux Falls MissJMargaret Mackcy visited over With hersisterin Sioux The Methodist will hold a bake sale Saturday in the Dirks Hardware Your patronage so A general meeting of the Akron Commercial club will be held in the gion Tuesdny Nov ember Gillmann will preach next Sunday in the Lutheran church at Al That was Gillmanns Irst many years Ralph Adams come Tuesday rom Fort to spend a brief leave with his and Arthur and other relatives and Miss Florence of Sioux and Miss Frances of Lake were veek end guests ofthe formers sis and and Kerr have been advised that their in raining in the Medical Detachment f the 605th at Camp has been promoted from first ieutenant to There will be n public most y for the high school young t the Legion Hall next Tuesday eve November beginning at D It will be sponsored and con lucted by the young working girls of 15c per Elln of and her of Thunder ar last Friday to visit their broth r and Hugh and ither relatives and Ceniston resided here a number of ears Armisticp DRV was favored with deal autumn the bright sun hine being tempered with just a hint if coolness in the There was L attendance at tlie fine patriotic nrogram presented in the auditorium 10 The Auxiliary ladies ex cellentdinner was well patronized at Legion as was also the Le jions trap shoot and the amusements n theHall during the afternoon and Wilson Geary came from Le Hars and spent Armistice Day with Mends Geary was in the aw business in Akron until he cn ered Army service and served in the Alaskan area for a year or He contracted rheumatic arthritis and after returning to the states was un der treatment at an Army hospital in alifornia and more recently at Hot He is now consider ably but still uses a cane o aid in He was cordially ireeted by many who hope or his speedy and permanent restor ation to ARE PREPARING TO GIVE THEIR CLASS PLAY Miss a Three Act Is Slated For December 15th a threeact by Jean has been selected as the annual JuniorClass un der the direction of Miss Schramm and Miss The play is to be December 15 in the New Audi There are parts in the play for six jirla and three and the action nkcs place in an exclusive girls where or the chief is1 a She is a pleasant obout who is lot so sure that studying is the best hing a girl do in the or her is not so romantically and tries to appear hardboiled by making wise who lives down he is a blonde of the type men are seid to and defi nitely prefers who with is the freshman the campus vith an inferiority is a dark laired In contrast with college irls is the part of Miss an jld who heads the She once had a boy who went iff to Cuba to join the Rough 30 he has not come but she s still The parts for the men Droopy and Professor Fra Jimmy is the typical college a little serious and still but subject to romance in the the colored exactly and just about as fast under the lat as he is on the Professor Crazier went to Oxford and came ack with a taste for tea and an Eng ish The oast of characters jouisc Mnybelle Burrill Catherine Mae Larsen 3oris Colleen Wukeman larriet Berline Lewison Droopy Dennis Hultgren iss Watkins Frances Anderson immy Bill Kjose Arnold Krfluse Prompter Virginia Sampson TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Tliere will be neither Sunday school lor divine services at Snn November on account of the nstallation of a new heating Special anniversary service Sun November OHATSWORTH Pastor No Sunday school or divine service xt November A small ad in the Want Column will get good Try ORMER AKRON BOY HONORED Seth Of Gets Mention In Whos Who An published the following reference to a former Akron Seth Earl El who grew up the farm of bis1 the late and west of He is a brother of Albert east of The Indianapolis paper says Seth head of the physics is one of But ler s university professors listed Who a Who in A member of the Butler staff since Elliott has formerly taught at high school and at junior He attended Mbrningside college and received his degree from Iowa university in In the first World War he attended the field ar tillery training Elliott received his from Indiana university in where he majored in physios and minored in He has published a Effect of Sound on Space Cur He is a member of Ameri can Association of University Profes Phi and Sigma XL He was toordinator of the Civil Pilot training at Butler several years of Camp were guests over Armistice Day in the home of their and   

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