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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - November 30, 1944, Akron, Iowa 1CTOKY VOLUME 58 NOVEMBER 1944 NUMBER 17 Ff y OWNING E BOND IS NOW THE SAME AS CASH IN HAND Sixth War Bond Drive Now In Pull Swing But Sales Are Lagging The current E Bond now has be come an even more popular invest ment than it has been in previous Bond Redeeming an E Bond has made as easy as cashing a These bonds are now just as liquid as cash and may be redeemed at most banks just a person would cash a The E Bond now is really interest bearing There is no need now ft farmer to carry any larger isnecessary for regular daytoday operating A War Bond investment will take care of all the emergencies and earn interest at the same With more than one week of the Sixth War Loan Drive County War Bond committee reports that there are many in the county who have not responded by purchasing their bonds or returning their subscription Failure to this promptly means much addi vvoik by the War Finance com All people are to re spond to which they have received you make your re member that we are still fighting a son or sweet heart or friends will fight on and still need all the help at home can And soj during this Sixth War Loan the voice within us not question how many more Bonds we can afford to buy it insist that we lend whatever is needed and make whatever sacrifices we must keep equipment going to these Listen tothat small The most you can invest is the least you should Resolve to see this war the METHODIST CHURCH NOTES Our begins at but it docs not stay at Jesus did not heal the last person in one town before he healed the first person in the next Ours is a beginat home but not a stayathome Attaining Gods Kingdom will be the theme for next Sunday morn ing worship at 11 o Prayer is a cumulative life of friendship with Harry We believethe Sunday school is a very helper to parents in raising their cliildrcn in the Christian Way of No parents can do an ideal job of child guidance without the help of the the church its part by remote Church school every Sunday at 10 Prayer should used as a key to the day lock of the Author Be sure to read your Bible every day from now until and then you toread it every day Your pastor has those selected by the American Bi ble Society for Get your book mask Sod follow the very fine AUJEKT ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at Preaching service at Next Sunday is Universal Bible and our subject will A Promise for All Get the habit of going to it stands for manly life it guards home it offers Je sus to Blot out the habit of be ing absent from church on Forsake not the assembling of your selves as the manner of FINAL REPORT ON MINIATURE XRAY PROGRAM Nearly 83 Percent Of County High School Pupils Were Examined Of the high school in Ply mouth percent took ad vantage of the opportunity for a chest examination offeredthem during past school according to final statistics on the miniature xray film program released by the Iowa Tuber culosis Purpose of the which was conducted during is to detect un suspected cases of tuberculosis among high school teachers and other school according to Leon director of the Tu berculosis Casefinding Service of the Iowa Tuberculosis Association and the State Health The examination is made possible by the sale of Christmas Of high school pupils enrolled in the 892 students were records and 125 school teachers and other school employes also were The films were taken at Akron and Kings TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week There will be served to patrons of the Norka Theatre as talking picture entertainment during the ensuing a Cagney a teenage comedy and a On Friday and Saturday December 1 and the offering will be a big Frisco featur ing James Cagney and Margaret Lind With these it1 really should bo with action On the bill for Sunday and Mon day December 3 and will be a delightful comedy of a high school teenager and her which should win wide audience ap In the cast appear such pop ular actors as Joyce Robert Edward Ann Hurd Robert Benchley and Alan A newspaper Edward Ar fearful that establishment of an Army base in Hortonvillewill provide pitfalls for the daughters of the com writes an editorial condemn ing the Despite his the town becomes a and hia Joyce already Dick finds wilh ROSEBERR LE MARS ATTORNEY DIES LAST FRIDAY Summons Follows Stroke Prominent Civic Funeral Held Monday A host of friends in northwest owa were grieved to learn of the death of Attorney Clarence Rose erry at his homo in LeMnrs last Fri November following a para lytic at the age of 57 He had practiced law in LeMors for more than thirty recently in partnership with Judge Pitts and previously with his the late Frank CliirenceDePue son of Frank ond Delia May was bom January at Rem and six years Inter the fam ily moved to On October he married Miss Helen going steady with a high school of Mrand some LOCAL NEWS NOTES HENRY WILLER DIES AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS Great sorroiv was brought to rela tives and friends by the death of Henry Wilier at her south of early Sunday Novem after a brief illness from a heart at the age of 53 4 months and 16 The sincere sympathy of the community is ex tended tortile four sisters and brother in their An obituary will ap pear in thesecolumns next Fu neral services were held Wednesday at m in the Methodist church here Howe In terment was in Riverside A number of relatives came from Ben ton to attend the fu LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES Regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Tues day December in the Le gion Members will please be as we still have two new candidates to be and MoVay and chil dren yisited relatives at on Thanksgiving LOC AL CAGERS WIN PAfllOFGAMES And Boys Teams Win Over Play At Hawarden Friday S The Akron High boys and girls iv basketball teams won of a doubleheader in the local f day evening of this the Liberty Consolidated The Ak Harry Hubbs made a business Aalfs went to Omaha yester ron girls comparatively easy taak winning from tho Liberty to 19 soore indi jj Akron had a closer the Liberty the being knotted at at half The local boys hit their stride during the last half and went on to win by the tidy margin to The Akron first team showed marked improvement over their play jn tho opening game with Merrill High when they lost by a score of v30 to and at the same time the Akron seer ond team lost to the reserves by til narrower to The next gaijies on Akrons eagQ schedule are as fojlbws Friday Beeeraper boys jflrst second atj Ha day to visit his Trin and Misses Betty Pearl Lorensen and Delores Andersen were visitors in Sioux City last Hamilton Farmers will meet in the Carl son home Monday Decem ber Come out and have a good time Fri December Will see you at Pleasant Hill promptly at 8 lOc and Shirley Regular meeting of Vesper Friday De cember Election of Fol lowing the meeting there will be a Christmas party and exchange of Miss Clara who has been visiting her Clara and other relatives and friends here during the past three left Monday for her home in A marriage license issued at the county clerk s office in LeMars to Pat Callahan and Miss Phyllis Kail both of Akron The cou ple were married here this Thurs day Ernst Richard who has been stationed at Navy came Saturday to spend a few days leave with his wife and and other relatives and friendsi be fore being transferred to another lo He left yesterday for New where he has been as signed to the Submarine Sinclair and Ted Kessler came from on Wednesday pf last week and were ac companied home by sisterinlaw jnd Miss Lydia of the to spend Thanksgiving As a result of the miniature film ex 20 individuals were rec ommended for large which were taken at the annual County Co Operative Xray conference held at LeMars on August Prior to the xray Agnes Plymouth county described the project to each high school group in the Ex aminations were made only of those pupils who returned a request signed by the Results of the Xray films were reported to the pa rents and to the family The project was sponsored locally by the Plymouth County Medical So losis Association and the Plymouth County Nursing WOMENS EXTENSION CLUBS ELECT NEW OFFICERS After the fall election of new club officers for the Union County Wo mens Extension the 1945 Coun ty Council was This council is the governing body of the Union County Extension It ig com posed of the chairman and secretary from each of the Extension The new officers are Herbert chairman Art secretary self fascinated by Yaleeducated Robert Smarting tinder the uniformed rivalry and cognizant of Arnolds Erdman turns what was to have been an evening at home alone for Joyce and Hutton into a rugged and noisy with the camp 9 soldiers par When Joyce s parents ar rive irate neighbors have al ready and the camps Colonel is on hand to punish his men 1or their All is well when Joyce explains that the men were per fect as residents tearfully watch a train carry the Army the relieved Arnold is astounded to see train pull The Army has departed the Marines iave arrived The majority of movie goers will find this comedy of an av erage American wartime family in an average American small city thor oughly to their Along the line of the Hardy and AJdrich type of a series involving the adventures of the Conway The attraction for Wednesday eve December will In the with a cast com prised of Jeanne Frank Lati Eugene Mary Stanley Gale Bobbins and Jane This is another ver sion of the drama that is being played all over the country today when young people sieze happiness to the bugle call and sounding of An other hasty wedding becausethe groom is likely to be sent overseas soon and they want to have a slice of Robert now on duty with tinArmy Air C orps in the and one survive Roseberry was nlwnys an ar dent supporter of athletics and par ticipated both in baseball and foot ball during his school days and after ward in amateur He was prominent in the education religious and social life of where he will be greatly Roseberry attended Western Union college at LeMnrs two years and received his at Cornell col lege in He received his law de gree from the University of Iowa and started practicing law in LuMars in From 1913 to 1918 and 1921 to 1922 he was Plymouth county attor He served continuously on the board of trustees at Western Union college since receiving an hon orary degree of doctor of laws from Western Union in In 1921 Roseberry became the first presi dent nf the jjeMars Lions In BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES December 3 10 00 Sunday Commun ion Our World Emergency Fund Offering taken at this Pictures of the life of David December 6 The Baptist Ladies Association meets in the Primary room of the A covered dish luncheon will be Shoulberg will pre sent the Please bring cook ies for the boxes to be sent to the boys in the The World Wide Guild will meet at the prayer and Bible study at the The Ladies Bible class will meet on December 22 at the home of Clyde Kinser to prepare the Christ mas OLEN IMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 by Stanley Sioux The Womans Missionary Society will meet at the home of Lundgrem The HighWay class of the Lnman ucl Luthfran Sunday school met fo its monthly party in the church par lore on Wednesday Novem her Berline Lewison and Arde Boetsrer were Dorothy Lewiso and Francos Anderson had charge o the The following oi fleers were elected Doro thy Lewison vice Milton Anderson Norman More head Betty Mr and Harley Lewison were chap Alve and Jappjness even if it means liv AlvR Alnnn ins in a little hotel near the rjost Alve Extension board with relatives Bringing Miss Graber back from Freeman were her Miss Delores and her who is home on furlough after three years of service with the armed forces in the Pa cific war of this and his of Sioux attended the funeral of thcjr Henry at In on November her bur ialat nee Emma died of a heart ailment November 9 in her home at at the age of 61 She was born in LeMars and jrew nvp the public thereand at Sioux Cen where she resided with her the late She married Henry after made their The county project leaders are home management Earl Hud nutrition Durward Elk clothing Frank recreation Elk publicity Walter Elk historian Ross and Ralph The County Council members for 1945 are GetToGether club Dur ward Squires and Adolphus Ro Lake View Burdette Amund son and Ray Sioux Valley Gant and Frank Tuesday Ausman and Union Creek Ross Root and Alve Happy Hour Herbert Clem entson and Earl Good Neighbors Len Farley and Michael Pleasant Grove Verna Ro senbaum and Miss Rosella Spink Ralph Smith and Gust Abraham x Ralph Johnson home jn V f X and Clifford Social Circle Johnson and Bert The Council will meet in May and BORN A to and Wal ter of at Akron November A to and John Huttt northeast of November A to and Carl of at Akron Hos November A to and Alton Fos of November A to and Virgil north of November Miss Phyllis Stryzewski was a vis itor in Sioux City last in a little hotel near tho post where there is only one bathroom and the rooms are always so full that the outgoing guests are speeded on their way by the incoming The story is handled more lightheartedly than so it is not a tearjerker in the sense some have been on this Eugene Pallette helps the comedy touch and Frank Lutimore and Jeanne Grain are a pleasing honeymoon iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiinnniiniBi LOCAL NEWS NOTES Idelline Simeon was a visitor in Sioux City Lundberg was over from Merrill on Wednesday and Thursday of last Edna of come Sunday for a few days visit with friends and former Frank Hastings went to Sioux and accompanied her to for a Misses Vivian and Ruth of Sioux visited over Thanksgiv ing in the home oftheir and Regular meeting of the at the home of Burnett on December There will be a Christmas with exchange of at this Miss Margaret Brunner and her Miss Muriel at Iowa State came to spend Thanksgiving with the formers and Don Oliver and George Schroeder and their Miss Edna were called here Sunday morn ing by the death of their sister and Henry south of Koch and who have been making an extended visit lican national He was a member of the state bar of which he was member of the title standard In 1939 he was president of the 21st judicial dis trict bar In 1935 he be came a director of the LeMars Mu tual Insurance association and was a rlirector of the Federal Savings and Loan He also was a past commander of the LeMars American Legion Funeral services were held Monday at 2 in the First Presbyterian Golden Thomp son Interment was in the city cemetery Protect Your Home from TUBERCULOSIS CINION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Ladies Aid 8 LESLIE nimnnm iiiinninimmiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiiininiimiiiiiiiin LOCAL NEWS NOTES intniiiniiiiTiiihiiiihiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiitiitHtiini and Grant Gassman ant were visitors last Thurs son day Arthur Huefaner and daugh Irene and were visit ors in Sioux City last Jimmy and Marlene McVay went to to spend Thanks giving in the home of their grand Miss Joy Deane Arkin came from the University of at Iowa Monday for a visit in the home of her and Miss Margaret of Sioux accompanied the Gale girls to spend Thanksgiving in the home oi their and Lawrence and Plan nowto attend the program and carnival at Pleasant Hill school Friday December at lOc and Free lunch and plenty of ley Robert Adams returned Sun day from a coiiple of weeks visit with her Robert Ad ams at Camp Van Adams is being transferred to Fort George Rudy from the Array Air Field at came Monday evening from with his wife and to spend with her and Frank Hastings and and John and other relativesand left yesterday for their home in Vancou BUY and USE Christinas Seals The annual sale of Christmas sponsored by the National Tubercu losis began Nov ember and will continue until This years sale is a mod ernistic picture of a postman holding envelope in upraised The postman design was selected in mem ory of Einar Danish postal who first had the idea of sell ing Christmas Seals to raise funds to help the With the approval of postal the seals were put oh sale in postofficos throughout Den mark forty years ago this Three years later the idea was adopt ed in this By purchasing the health your community will be helping to prevent the spread of PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Preaching service at 11 The Quarterly Conference was post poned from last Sunday until next December The Ladies Aid social meeting to have been held Friday evening with Eldon Beoler has been postponed indefinitely part of a 15dny furlough with his Margaret and other relatives and Donald a student at Stutc spent the Thanksgiving vacation in the home of her and She was accompanied to Sioux Fulls upon her return Sunday by her and her Judy Elizabeth south of received word from the War Department stating that her Robert was ranking a sat isfactory recovery from an attack of malarial Welch took sick October 13 and is still in the hospital somewhere in In a recent let ter from he states that while he was most seriously ill his special nurse was from and his doctor from quite a Our first touch of real winter came when it all day and The daytime snow melt ed as it but the night snow stayd clinging to trees and shrubbery to make a pretty scene Sunday The temperature dropped into the low 20 A cold wave struck yesterday afternoon and this Thursday morn ing the mercury had sunk to only a few degrees above the sudden descent of cold being keenly It is clear and pleasant The wet DEATH CLAIMS AN OLDTIME RESIDENT OF THIS VICINITY Emma Boetger Had Lived In Union County And Akron Many Years Death claimed another longtime and esteemed resident of this vicinity m Tuesday of last November at 9 when Emma Marie called to her reward at ler home in this aftor an ox ended at the age of 72 months and 23 Emma Anderson was born in Oer at the age of six came to America with her who sut ler Union where 11 by she grew to young and on of Augustana April was unitrd in mar riiige with Henry To their union were born five sons and four They farmed north west of in Union for many unrl retrod nnd moral Akron twelve years ago to spend the remainder of their Boptgor was prcei ded in rlrath by her husband who dirrl sud denly from a heart attack last Christ mas evening by a son in iniancy and by a Emma at the age of six Left to mourn her departure are fojr Er nest and of and of Sioux Inwn three Freda Sorcnsor and Alvina of Elk and Mary of Sioux City also by 23 grandchildren and Ive Boet ger was a kind and devoted wife and nother and a good She will 36 missed by many who ex end sympathy to the bereaved rela Funeral services were held here in mmanuel Lutheran church Friday at conducted by Pastor Les ie of Union Creek Lutheran with many relatives and riemls in n Riverside TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class8 at Divine worship service at 11 The Ladies Aid will moet in the hurch parlors on with Wilier ns The Church Council will meet in lie church parlors Tuesday Confirmation instructions every Saturday from to Eight Christmas boxes were filled nd sent to the men inthe armed orces still serving in this donations to defray the postage ill be greatly appreciated We welcome you to worship with CHATSWORTH Pastor No services at Matthew he congregation is cordially invited o attend the anniversary service and inner at Trinity Misses Margaret Hartman nnd urel Roxell returned last week from es where they wore em After n few days visit with home they went to Sioux City to take snow interfered considerably late corn picking operations with v QUIETLY WEDDED AT ARMY AIR BASE Thelma Of And Elwood Dams Are Principals At a quiet cemnony which took place in the post chapel on the Sioux City Air Base at 11 oclock SatHnby November Miss Thelma daughter of and nf became the bride of El wood sou of and Frank of Wiscon The double ring ceremony was oerformcd by Chaplain Father To The couplo was attended by Miss Ruby friend of the and Lambert uncle of the The bridj was attired in agrqy accentuated with dusty with ac cessories of Slio wore a shoul der corsage of Her attend ant wore an iron gray with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of sweetheart The couple will make their home in Sioux City for the Operations at the Akron Hospital George appendectomy Grace
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