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   Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - December 14, 1944, Akron, Iowa                                BUY tmiTia AR ONDI VOLUME 58 DECEMBER 1944 NUMBER 19 SIXTH WAR LOAN DRIVE WILL CLOSE NEXT SATURDAY Sale Of E Bonds In I Plymouth County Is Away Below Quota Information from the County War Bond office indicates total sales to date in the Sixth War Loan Drive are The total E Bonds sold to are or only 37 of quota which has been set as Plymouth countys We are now coming down to the final stretch of the drive and each person in Plym outh county should promptly purchase their bonds and show that they are backing the men and women fighting this In the standing as between coun ties in the Plymouth county is in the 91st place there are only eight counties which have made a poorer showing than this we have made a poor showing as a the individuals in the county have made a poor showing in their purchasing their share of Some have done well and others have purchased more than their but many others have bought none or have in no way come close to what should betheir share in this Sixth War Loan Have you done your share Can you even consider your personal needs have made your substan tial investment in War Bonds If you with a clear look the returning veteran in the eye I did my then you have done your share but even wont you reconsider and check to see ifyou are not able to make an addi tional We wish to again call your atten tion to the fact that the date set for the close of the drive is December In other your bonds must be you are credit in War How about giving a bond for Xmas Surely there can be no better or more suitable gift than BIO SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH December Rehearsal for Christmas program of the Sunday Prayer Morning Sermon Things That This message will be based oh First chapter The Lords Supper will be celebrated following the Sunday Evening ser Try to be All who are in teresting in Tithing are asked to meet with after the December Midweek in three a brief business meeting of the church and a meeting of the Execu tive committee of the December Annual meeting of theYoungPeo ples You will always find a warm come the white church on the Buy Victory StampsBonds 1 NEWSCHOOLCODE TO BE CONSIDERED Meeting Will Be Held In School Building At Westfield Saturday Night A meeting will be held at the West field school building eve December at 8 o clock to dis cuss the proposed new Iowa school How will it affect taxpayers and what will it do to our school sys tem The school code bill comes be fore the state legislature next Definite action will be Now is tho time to consider the bill and de cide whether or not we want it to meeting is sponsored by the Satin Bureau in Sioux and Portland Wo will have a speaker who is familiar with the details of the school Chairman Westfield Township Tarra BORN A to and Lowell east of at Akron Hos December A to and Roy Ander west of at Akron December A to and Law rence north of at Akron December f Buy Defense StampsBonds UNION CREEK CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Divine services at 11 Christmas practice 1 Children bring your lunches also choir members practice at 1 Sun Be there on Luther 8 and Arthur Wilcox and and Stinehart Christmas service December at LESLIE METHODIST CHURCH NOTES It is not enough to refrain from do ing We must be positive in do ing Attendance at the Sunday morning worship services will help you do more From Crusade For Christ funds the church must establish emergency health service in hundreds of com must help reestablish its open some new ones if the church is to meet the com munities most crying Got a copy of the little CHRIST After It costs only Satisfying Lifes Hungers will 36 the theme for next Sunday morn ing worship Come and bring your CHRISTIAN LIVING AT ITS BEST is the theme for the Sunday church school session next Sunday morning at 10 Jesus Ye are my friends if do whatsoever I command John Christ is the soil and Christ is the climate in which the noblest charac ers Hargett ALBERT PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Morning worship at 11 The Ladies Aid will be entertained it the home of Menga Fri lay December niiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiniiiiiniKiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii LOCAL NEWS NOTES todaytqvisit elatives at Mitchell and Clayton and Merrill vere visitors in Sioux City last Fri Mark of Sioux visited relatives and friends here the atter part of the Phyllis Stace was a Sioux City vis tor and was accompanied y her Jean of Wcst Regular meeting of Freedom Monday eve December The annual elec ion of officers will be The Akron public schools will dis miss for the annual holiday vacation li December and will ra ume on Plan now to attend program at Breezy Hill school Monday ecember at Admis 15e and Free and You 11 miss a lot of fun if you dont ttend the Junior Class Miss a comedy in three actsj at be school auditorium Friday ecember at There rill be special numbers between A Christmas program will be given t the Ogden Westfield town District on De ember at 8 Admission lOc or 20c for Lunch Everyone rene son of and Lester was taken to a Sioux City ospital last week for treatment and n operation for throat He ad been ill for about three weeks ith what was thought to be a ut it was found there was a growth n the childs throat that interfered cith his The Methodist Youth Fellowship leeted officers for the following nhey are as follows Nor ina Lee Rossow vice El food Marienau Marianne Cerr Beverly Tangeman rst Elaine Larson sec nd Dorothy Behmer liird Elsie Mae Larsen ourth Keith The Portland township Farm Bu eau women met at the home of Adams on Decem er Miss Sims had charge of the leeting and the allday session was cvoted to cleaning and adjusting of ewing Everyone attend ng was very much interested and everal machines were cleaned and The following chairmen ere elected Wes ey Ar liur Adams Da idson Everett Stoner Lloyd The next meetr ng at the home of January PUPILS OF GRADE SCHOOL TO PRESENT XMAS OPERETTA Fifty Young People Will Present When Christmas December 21st An When Christmas will be given by the grade children of the Akron public schoo on Thursday December al 8 in the The east includes about 50 al dressed in fancy Christmas costumes The story of the operetta is as fol lows Grandmother Helen Lewison anc Grandfather Eugene Bengston are very sad because their children were not able to come home for Christmas The old couple are feeling very when a loud noise a blowout is leard out in the The bus driver comes to the door to ask the way to he nearest says he has a jus load of children who are on the way to the Union School to put on a Christmas The grandfathei invites the children in and they all lave a time The child ren perform for the old couple ano nake their Christmas eve a happy one after When the bus driver comes he informs the old couple that heir children are on their way The operetta ends as the children climb into the Merry Christmas and Save Thursday December at 8 o to see the childreu of Ak ron public school present their Christ nas entertainment for The ad mission will be 20c for grade and pupils and 35c for Tickets will be on sale by members of the op eretta cast The operettais under the direction of Lorraine music super The dances and stage settings are being handled by FARMERS NOW HAVE UNTIL JANUARY 15 TO FILE TAX The new income tax law affecting iederal returns now permits farmers wait until January 15 of the fol owing year to file their declarations of instead of submitting the estimate by December This pro ision applies only to those who get least twothirds of their gross in eome from Carl extension farm econ inist at Iowa State points out urther that farmers who are in a po iition to do so may submit final re urns by January They can cut me step in this since they hen do not need to file an The governments idea of what eon titutes farm income is little ihanged from last Earnings of minor now are con idered part of the gross income of a even though the wages actually are received by tho This a childwith more than 500 gross income must file a return limself or have one filed in his A new short form on which tax jayers can determine their tax by eference to a table set up for those vhose adjusted gross income is ess than Malone explains hat this adjusted gross income or a typical farmer would consist of he net profit from his farm ilus the net profit from other business plus any other personal in Personal exemptions have been hanged to a straight per capita Tor surtax a taxpayer is al owed an exemption of for him for his wife and for ach For normal tax pur each taxpayer gets an exeinp ion of regardless of marital tatus or number of IVELL KNOWN LEMARS MAN IBCEIVES FINAL SUMMONS Another well known LeMarp busi aess died ecember at the age of 60 Lynch had been bedfast for four ears and seven months as the result f injuries received in an auto acci lent near Vermillion while en oute from Sioux Falls to vhere he attended a He was or years active in the wholesale and etail candy and tobacco business in He is survived by his Florence three brothers and one sis Funeral services were held Tues morning in ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at Preaching service at Christian Willms and Oralee Me jane were Sioui City visitors TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week Coming to the Norka Theatre screen as talking picture entertainment dur ing the coming week will be a west a comedydrama and a musical On Friday and Saturday December 15 and there will be pre sented another big western produc with John Wayne and Claire Trevor in the leading There will be plenty of action in this The offering for Sunday and Mon day December 17 and is a unique motion picture imbued with suspense and to make its strange story the object of much It Happened in which Dick Powell and Linda Darnell appear in the top ably assisted by Jack Edgar John Edward Brophy and other well known film During a party in the morgue of the Eve ling Dick who is cole jrating his promotion from obituary tvriter to fullhedged is told y John aged pensioner on he that time is but an illusion tomorrows news is no greatei mystery than Later that after meeting and falling in ove with Linda Powell is re urning home when he encounters Philliber in a The old man gives lim a copy of a Not until next morning does he notice that ts that days Evening and hat events it describes are yet to on the scene jefore a robbery is finds limself in a jam with the who believe his preferring in stead to believe that he is linked with he Other complications fol with a story of Powells death luring a gun battle revealed to the Tightened reporter a day before it is to There is much suspense and excitement from this noment but the story ends logi ially and one must alert to the proceedings at all times circum stance that has a direct bearing on thi outcome nut it is virtually impossi le for one to Most vi al to ones perfect enjoyment of this ilm is seeing it from the as o enter at any other time during its jnreeling will place the spectator in he position of being absorbed in the trange but mentally in v fog us to what the is all On the bill for Wednesday December will be the lilting mu ical Three Little Sis with Mary Ruth Terry nd Cheryl Walker holding the spot with a capable ncluding William Jackie Mo Charles Arnt and Frank In the Lily Scott Cheryl Walk r has been writing a soldier she has never telling him about their She and her tfary Len and Ruth are in a pot when the soldier William Terry on a furlough with his Trank and several others of Continued on last page iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiimiiniiinn LOCAL NEWS NOTES iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii and Claeys were vis tors in Sioux City the first of the George of Hawarden vas a visitor in the home of her pa and ho fore part of the Kenneth Blake arrived the last f the week from Camp o spend a furlough with his wife and hildren and ether relatives and Gerald of the came yesterday to spend a cave with his Frances and other relatives and le has been in service in the Pacific You are cordially invited to attend Christmas program given bythepu iils of Breezy Hill school on AVednes December at Ad lission is Free Esdert Siebens will bserve their Golden Wedding anni ersaiy on December here will be services at Johns Preston township Lutheran church t p and open bouse from 00 to at their home in ohnson and Gusman received message Monday from their Jack bringing the good ews of his safe arrival pre umably in and ohn Milbrodt received a letter from heir Donald in orming them that he is now with the aimed forces in the AKRON STUDENT AWARDED DISTINCT NATIONAL HONOR Lowell Wartburg Rates In Whos Who Among Students Lowell son of and Mrs John of route Akron was recently elected to the Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges arid The book will be issued in Lowell is i pretheological student at Wartburg and will re ceive his degree there next He has been active in Luther foot ball and Lowell is a stai player on tho baseball and jasketball Lowell is also vice iresidont of the student body this vice president of both the Lu hcr League and Chi and a mem ber of the Science Club and Each year Wartburg college holds an election to select six juniors or seniors to represent the college on Whos Thisyear five boys and one girl were Tho quali fications are and the students are used over the country as criterion for the best in American Whos Who is published through the cooperation of over 000 American universities and It is the only means of national recognition for graduates which is devoid of poll fees and Several students from accredited colleges are selected each year for their biographies to ap pear in Whos Whom Among Stu dents in American Universities and These books are placed in the hands of hundreds of compan ies and others who annually recruit outstanding1 students for The purpose of Whos Who is to servo as an incentive for students to the most out of their college ca reers as a means of compensation to students for have already done as a recommendation to the business and as a standard of measurement for Lowell Koch graduated from Ak ron High school in the Class of NEWS OF THE 4H CLUBS In the absence of the Donald who was on a basket ball Leonard one of the younger very capably con ducted the meeting of the lowest club at the school NoVcmber As more and more of the older boys are being lost from the 4H it s gratifying to see that the younger joys are able to assume the responsi ilities of Leonard and Gene Welch gave a demonstration on dehorning calves with An in crested group of boys leaders Keith Knapp and Robert Michael and Agent Bruce Clampitt were The next meeting will be held in Decem jer for the purpose of electing offic The Akron 4H club met at the lome of Clark November Meeting was called to order by the and the boys responded to by naming their 1945 record books were passed out and explained to the This year hey arc using a new type loose leaf record in which they can keep records for a number of The oys drew up the program for the next year and decided upon the place of The meeting was ad ourned and a delicious lunch was served by Bry Plymouth county 4H boys and held their Christinas party at the Armory in cember at which time the group was divided up for various contests and after which the group enjoyed some community also vhich was furnished by the Farm Bu LEGION AND AUXILIARY NOTES The regular meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was hefd in the Legion Hall on Monday December boxes were to the dis abled veterans at also to he Joes and Janes at Des The local Auxiliary bought one War Rossow and Ziegler served People who have been going to the sities to do Christmas shopping say here is not much satisfaction this in going to the crowded centers n quest of and that one can do about as well right in their own lome stores both as to quality and as well us much more comfort Paul of Sioux isited her Louisa the latter part of last TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class a Divine worship service at 11 m Confirmation instructions evorj Saturday from to Practice for the Christmas program will be held for the smaller children of the Sunday school on Saturday af ternoon at Practice for olde children ttill be held on Sunday after noon at The church council will meet in the church parlors on Tuesday evening This will be the last meeting for the year The Ladies Aid Christmas party will be held on Wednesday afternoon n the church Members anti friends will bring an exchange gift All members This being the ast meeting of the election oJ ollicers will also be We welcome you to worship with us OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday School at Practice for the Christinas program o be announced We welcome you to worship with BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES December Sunday Morning wor ship Missionary ilidcs of December iVide Guild Thursday prayer and Bible study at the December the Ladies Mble class meets with Clyde Cinser to pack the Christmas OLEN FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible school at Preaching at 11 IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIII LOCAL NEWS NOTES 1UIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIUIUIIIIIIII1IIIIIIII1II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII1 Bruce Smith was a visitor in ioux City Clark Hoyl has been quite seriously 11 of but is now improv Misses Alice Neva Ncal nd Wilma Klemme were visitors in 3ioux Falls and Hugh Chamberlain isited over the week end with her Fred in Sioux Ross recently entered he sanitarium at for Her many friends hope or her rapid Ernest of came Sunday to see her motli Dan who underwent n operation for gallstones in the Ak on For an evening of real ttend the Junior Class Miss a 3act at the Audi Friday December t 40c and tax All Service Men and ExService ten are invited to attend a free eed at the Akron Legion Thurs December at Meat or this feed was donated by in the form of big oiled Dan south of is surgical and of Hancock is u med cal at the Akron 1 son of Harvey of is an appendectomy patient at lakota The Akron High girls and boys asketball teams won both games last riday evening at Westfield from Vestfield This paper has not ecu advised as to what the scores rere in these Tuesday night t Alcester the Akron boys first team 30 to and the Akron boys econds 14 to Out of the Plymouth county contin ent of men who reported early this louth at Fort or induction into ten were ccepted for navy Seven out f eleven men reporting there last reek for preinduction examination accepted for Three of lem were from Akron vicinity Ar old Dan Blake and James The latter was accepted for mited Mary Bohlken sold her resi ence property last week to Calvin Bohlken plans to cave soon for Long to aake her us her and and her Dur ell are employed Her host of riends in the community will regret o have Bohlken but all ill wish her happiness in the new lo Her will ontinueteaching the remainder of IB school year at Sergeant JUNIOR CLASS IN THREEACT FARCE FRIDAY EVENING Miss Jimmy To Be Presented By Able Cast In New Auditorium Miss a threenet by Jeiin has been selected as the unnunl Junior Class un der tho direction of Miss Sclirnmm and Miss The play is to be jiveti Friday December it in the New Auditor Admission 40c and A most entertaining iroduction is The follow ng capable oust of characters ims jeen working diligently to perfect tho various parts in the play ionise Burrill Florence Granquist uthoriiie Mae Laiseri Doris Wukemau Lcwison Droopy Hultgrea Hiss Anderson Kjose Krause Prompter Virginia Sampson Special numbers will be presented jetwecn acts of the FARMERS AND FARM HANDS URGED TO AID PACKERS Draft deferred farmers and farm muds were urged Wednesday by Charles Iowa se ective service to volunteer or winter work in war industries vlien such work will not interfere vith their regular agricultural activ Gralil assured fanu workers hut their draft status would be pro eel by local selective servica boards the time they are assigned to when local boards are con inced such temporary work will not nterrupt or interfere with agrieul livestock or dairy I aminformed there ison urgent email d for the services of these uring tho ensuing winter months vhen they will not be needed in farm and I fed it is the patriotic duty f all who can be spared from ugri ulture to help out in this industrial he Hu especially urged farm workers o enroll temporarily in Iowa packing lants where current need exists for omo additional Gralil advised that an arrunge icnt had been worked out by select re tho Iowa State college ex ension service and the war manpower ommission to clear applicants for emporary industrial CMMANUEL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 by oger of Augustana Semi Rock All children urged to be present t Sunday school for Christmas pro ram Joe Lambert left Monday for visit through the holidays with her Clifton and amily at ASK COOPERATION N FARM CENSUS Extension Director Clampitt Explains Its Importance To Program Bruce Plymouth coun ty extension reminds farm ers of the county that soon after the ttrslof the your they will be called upon for the farm This is the regular farm census taken every five years under the pro visions set up by an act of Most farmers are well acquainted with the type of information covering farm laud livestock and other general items relating to Tfie important thing to Clampitt is that the farmers themselves will benefit most by allout cooperation with the farm ceusua The schedules will be covering 12 and it will take some of the farmers time togive complete the farm census has a very definite giving agricultural leaders the in formation they need for planning na tional farm programs for the farm ers All census information is confiden tial and will be used only by the Bu reau of It will not be made available for purposes of taxation or   

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