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Wayland News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1963, Wayland, Iowa
The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa a also unto thee o lord belong eth mercy for thou tenderest to every Man according to his psalm 62 12 he is always just in his dealings with Man. He knows and understands us better than even we ourselves along with this understanding there is also mercy without which we would be definitely lost. The lord is just and in his justness he guides us in the Way that is Best for us. The sudden surge of warm weather is making some changes in the Countryside. Farmers and gardeners Are making the dirt Fly. Oats Are going in the ground Yards Are being raked and those who like to get their gardens in Early Are going at it like they enjoyed it. a sudden cold spell make u3 shiver now space is lacking this week so ill just Cut this off Here by telling you not to work too hard during these first few Days of Spring the whole summer is ahead of us yet. Waco school Board in special meeting Lester Roth resigns the Waco Community school i District Board of education met in special session March 27. Minutes of the March 14 meeting were read and approved. Lester Roth member elected from District no. 3, with term expiring september 1963, resigned this position. The Board of education voted to discontinue kindergarten and first Grade at Olds for the 1963-1964 term spice both of these classes could be added to classes conducted at the Wayland and Crawfordsville centers. This will eliminate the expense of two teachers salaries and permit the building at Olds to be used for the exclusive purpose of a High school program. The rest of the evening was spent on teachers contracts. Thursday april 4, 1963 number 21 citizens of tomorrow the Waco Board of education met in special session March 28 to open bids for two new school buses. Five Chassis bids were received but Only one bus body. All bids were rejected and another bid Date was set for tuesday april 16, 1963. News of the ill a Lewis Nebel who had been a medical patient at mercy Hospital Iowa City was Able to return Home wednesday August Glanzman who had been a medical patient at the Washington county Hospital returned to his Home sunday. Or. Lewis Nebel returned to her Home sunday from mercy Hospital Iowa City where she had been a medical patient. De Leichty returned to his Home monday after having been a medical patient at the general Hospital in Muscatine. Andra Neff son of the David cub scouts met monday cub scout Den i met after school monday evening with their Den Mother mrs. Ervin stauffer and assistant mrs. Claude Goldsmith. The theme for the month of april is a up above and Roll Call was answered with the name of a Bird above. Ascension balloons were made during Craft time and an april fool Hunt was enjoyed. Doug Mcguire brought the treats and Ricke stauffer will bring them the next time. Den 2 met on March 25 at the Home of their Den Mother mrs. Kenneth Goodwin. Roll Call was answered by the scouts with the states they had been in. Joe Clark and Victor Iwanowski passed their achievement no. 12 in Reading. Crafts were furnished for the mrs. Vernon Decker 36, died suddenly monday mrs. Vernon Decker 36, of de Ridder Louisiana the former Marie Swartzendruber died suddenly monday afternoon april 1st while visiting a Friend in the Hospital there. Marie Decker was born the daughter of Earl and Mary Roth Swartzendruber april 15, 1926 near Wayland. She was married to Vernon Decker who survives As do three children All at Home Stephen 14 Jimmy 13 and Joan j to her parents one sister mrs. Marvin Sweigart Saginaw Michigan two Brothers Max of mount pleasant and Ray of Goshen Indiana. Funeral services and burial will be in Deridder Uncle Dan says dear mister editor the Fellers at the country store saturday night was setting around adding up their blessings and subtracting their burdens and ill have to report they come out about even. On the blessings Side de Doolittle was giving thanks Fer the fact his old lady ainu to offered him no advice about nothing in a whole week. De reported he was getting fed up on his old lady trying to give him advice All the time. He allowed As How a Feller that could Tell the difference Between Good and bad advice did no to need neither one and if he Tell the difference the advice do him in i Xvi user. Or. And mrs. Earl Swartzendru of a a confidential i _ _ trunk Kyls oui Lenv Hac kaon Orlton Ber and or. And mrs. Max Swartzendruber left Early tuesday morning for Deridder. Neffas underwent a Tonsillectomy at the memorial Hospital at mount i pack meeting pleasant wednesday. I Terry Wagler had treats after mrs. Josephine Wenger has re i games were played turned to the Home of her Daugh Luella Kaufman assistant Den ter the h. A. Browne a after hav j Mother had charge of the april i ing been a medical patient at the meeting for Den 2. Mennonite Hospital in Blooming 1 ton. Sam Bergh fell at the Home of his son Warren tuesday evening breaking his hip. He was taken to mercy Hospital Iowa City by Zehr ambulance. Lions club will sponsor easter egg Hunt Wayland Lions club will sponsor the easter egg Hunt saturday april 13, at i p. In. Pre school and kindergarten age will meet at Central Park and from kindergarten to the age of 9 will meet at the West Park. The boy scouts will assist in hiding the eggs. Coffee Day is Success the recent Coffee Day sponsored by the Iowa restaurant association was termed a Success in Henry county. A total of $224.84 was collected and will be turned Over to the Iowa association for retarded children. Mrs. Wendell woodsman president of the local unit for retarded children states that the Success of the Coffee Day is credited to the excellent co operation of All restaurant cafe and Coffee shop owners and the Fine response of the a Coffee drinkers. A total of $26.00 was received in Wayland during the Day. Thanks to All. 1 pictures were drawn around the theme a up above and games were played after which treats were furnished by Mike Richen Berger. Pack meeting of both Dens was held at the Wayland mennonite Church basement tuesday evening March 26. The following badges were awarded by cub master Willis Hildebrand Bob cat dough Mcguire Den i Wolf Ricke stauffer Rick Calloway Den i and Danny Goodwin and Tom Boshart Den 2 Bear Mike Alderson Den i. The scouts performed their own Den ceremonies. Table displays of various things that both Dens had made were viewed. Games were played. Mrs. John Alderson and mrs. Warren Slagel served the pie brought by scout mothers along with Coffee. During the next three or four weeks we will publish the pictures taken by Woltz studies of Des Moines. This is the first of the series known As a citizens of tomorrow. Top Row left to rights Diana sue 9 mos. Old daughter of or. And mrs. Arbs Sant of Walland Lisa 6 mos. Old daughter of or. And mrs. Hoyden Boshart of it. 2, Wayland Kevin Eugene 15 mos. Old son of or. And mrs Ronald Neff of Wayland. Second Row left to right-3vevin. 2 yrs 9 mos. Old son of or. And mrs. Vernon Kaufman of Olds Lamonte 3 year old son of or. And mrs. Harlan j. Hochstetler of Wayland Michele Dawn 2 year old daughter of or. And mrs. Dale Richenberger of Wayland. Third Row left to rights Duran 5 years old Cynthia i year old children of or. And mrs. Glen Richenberger of Wayland Philip 5 year old son of or. And mrs. Dillon Boshart of Wayland fourth Row left to rights Evelyn 2 years old. Elaine 4 years old children of Rev. And mrs. Omer Nisley of Wayland Leland 5 year old son of or. And mrs. Ted Saforek of Wayland car and pick up involved in collision a 1961 Buick driven by Glenn Klopfenstein Washington and a 1951 Chevrolet truck driven by Robert Yoder of Wayland were damaged when they collided at the intersection of Highway 78 and the Washington Blacktop at Wayland sunday at 9 04 . Klopfenstein was driving saudi and Yoder East when the Accident red Cross fund Campaign the Home service department of the american red Cross is the connecting link Between the servicemen and their families. Through this medium assistance is Given to servicemen their dependents and families by providing reports and social histories needed by the military authorities and direct communications Between the serv occurred. Neither Driver was Hurt. I iceman and their families. In social Security your social Security office Burlington is open from 8 30 to 4 30 monday through Friday. If you cannot come to Burlington you May Contact our representative who will be in Washington on wednesday april 10th, from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. At the Post office. And in it. Pleasant tuesday april 9th at the Post office from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. Local news notes pvt. Ray Goodwin and pvt. Chas. Gill of Radomor Oklahoma who Are taking Boot training at fort Leonard Wood Missouri spent the weekend at the parental Kenneth Goodwin Home. On sunday other dinner guests at the Goodwin Home were or. And mrs. Robert Ayers and family of Wellman or. And mrs. Jerry Goodwin and family of Washington or. And mrs. Gearold Goodwin and family and pvt. Douglas Schantz of Washington and pvt. Bill Shuppy of Conesville who Are also in Boot training at fort Leonard Wood. The car was damaged an estimated $600 and the pick up about $20. Deputy sheriff Crawford investigated. Taxpayers association to meet monday april i the taxpayers association a ill meet monday april 8, at he . Building in it. Pleasant at 8 of clock. Or. Erie Murrill vice president of associated surveys inc., vill be the speaker. This is the from that is making the reassessment for Henry county. Counselling in personal and family problems is an integral part of All the functions of the Home service. Guidance is Given concerning direct communications Between servicemen and their families and information is requested or transmitted through red Cross channels when direct communications will not meet the need. The Henry county chapter has an unusually Large amount of activity in the Home service because of the mental health Institute being located Here. Many servicemen make inquiries con Fern Cliff Church to observe tenth anniversary the Fern Cliff evangelical free Church located 3 Miles North and 2mi Miles East of Wayland will celebrate its tenth anniversary on Palm sunday april 7th. The first worship service of the original group which organized the Church was held on easter sunday april 5, 1953 in an empty farm House several Miles East of its present location. Later that summer construction was begun on the present building and the first service in it was held on Christmas eve. Down through the years the Church has continued to grow and to exert an influence for Christ in the Community. The anniversary services on sunday will consist of three parts. The Bible school and morning worship service will be held As usual at 9 45 a. In. And 10 45 a. In. The Rev. E. C. Schumacher present pastor will bring the morning message. Following this service a Fellowship Basket dinner will be held in the basement of the Church. At 2 30 p. Rn., a special tenth anniversary will be held with the Rev. L. D. Fast first pastor of the Church bringing the main message. There will also be greetings from other churches testimonies of gods faithfulness and reminiscences of past blessings by members and friends of the Church. A special feature will be a display of interesting pictures documents records etc., recalling some of the highlights in the history of the Church. This has been named a the table of the evening service will be held at 7 30 p. In. And will feature the Rev. B. L. Friesen former pastor of the Church whose message will emphasize the Challenge of the Fu-1 government Aid to Farmers grow think eds old lady has been advising him to do a Little work around the place Fer a change. And de reported he had saw in the papers where a Illinois agriculture expert named George e. Smith has announced official that he has been Able to git bumper Corn crops by bombarding Corn Fields with music sounds. He claims he has increased Corn yields from 6 to to per cent with music. In the first place claims de we got too much Corn surplus now and using this music fertilizer was working agin the farm problem. He was of the opinion the government should Start right now barring any Farmer from getting a handout that was growing Corn to music. Zeke Grubb fingered that Corn grower to Muftic would Makel Fine Popcorn and that any growers that was using this new music fertilizer could git the difference Between the regular Price and the govern int handout Price by getting into the Popcorn business. Clem Webster told the Fellers he Figger which was worse using this new music fertilizer or the non exist fertilizer invented by Billy sol Estes. This bring up a discussion about whether or not they was Ever going to be Able to git Billy sol behind the bars. De Doolittle was Agrin it said if they put him in jail head write a Book. De allowed As How it was a dangerous thing anymore to put a Feller in jail that could read and write. He started out with Alger Hiss and named a Long list of Fellers that has got famous from writing a Book in jail. De says throwing some of them smart operators in jail Fer a spell is like throwing a Rabbit in a Briar Patch. They love it come out on the Best seller list. I agree with de mister editor that if they is any chant Billy sol will write a Book it would be better Fer the government to let him stay in the non exist fertilizer business. And in a solid agin any ing Corn to music. Ture. Coloured slides depicting some of the highlights in the growth and development of the j. S. Wyse of Santa Anna Cali Church will be shown by both of fornia spent from sunday after the former pastors. Special music has been arranged for All three services and the Public is cordially invited to share in the Joy and blessings of this Happy occasion. And ask questions assessment. Or. And mrs. W. J. Eicher along with or. And mrs. Leighton Ford and family of Marion spent the weekend at the George Eicher Home at Springfield Illinois. The occasion was a belated birthday Observance for their Hus band and father Bill Eicher. Announce engagement announcement has been received of the engagement March 31 of Sabina Penner Konig Bronn Germany and Ulrich Haible als it of Konig Bronn. Sabina was the first trainee it who spent six months at the Villis Graber Home. Ruth Miner and or. And mrs. J Chris Widmer left sunday for de Eicher of Washington were fort Leonard Wood Missouri a Nhav dinner guests at the Fez where he will take his Basic train a Roth Home. In with the u s army. The Public is invited to come out a n log members of their families a a i. on Thig re who Are hospitalized Here and the Home service is Able to transmit accurate information to the servicemen very quickly. Financial assistance on the basis of need can be provided for servicemen when emergencies arise during the period of military service. Through the Home service the i american red Cross provides a j Well rounded program of family i service. This is one of the pro a Grams sponsored by the Henry Unnur o county chapter and supported by Spoehr we funds derived from the March red tut 0 j u r cr�8s Campaign now under Way Hie Dorcas society of the a j in this Community land mennonite Church will Pon a or a bake Sale and lunch a the City Hall saturday apri 13. Watch next weeks news flt an and. Or. And mrs. Warren Vergh visited an aunt of mrs. Begho a Fanny Quaife who is Hosp lived at a Cedar Falls Hospital ova the weekend As Well As other Rel fives at Charles City. Florence arg of Creston stayed with her other Sam Bergh during their Abs be. Firemen answer Call Wayland Volunteer firemen answered a Call saturday afternoon to the Robert Reschly Home on the South Noble Hill when grass ignited from a trash fire. Mrs. Fannie Camp of Hesston Kansas is visiting at the Home of her daughter mrs. J. G. Widmer and family after visiting other relatives in the East. Chestnut Trees offered free 150 to 200 blight resistant Chestnut Trees 4 to 6 feet in height ready for transplanting May be had free of charge from a seed bed started Here by or. J. D. Diller of Arlington va., a Forest pathologist and his son in Law Rev. Omer Nisley of Wayland. You May Contact Rev. Nisley for the number of Trees you desire As they should be set out now. The april readers digest Page 127, features an article a they Are bringing Back the Chestnut tree condensed from the january Issue of american forests entitled a new chestnuts for the article is written by j. C. Furnas from material contributed by or. Diller and or. R. A. Janes. Or. Diller has done extensive research for the past thirty years for a blight resistant Chestnut. The nuts make Fine eating for humans As Well As providing food for squirrels and other animals. Mrs. Nisley says one of her childhood memories is folks calling her father a Jesse Chestnut remember Johnny Appleseed a it. Pleasant news i noon until monday afternoon with his Mother mrs. Anna Wyse at Parkview and other relatives. Or. Wyse was Enro Ute Home from a business trip to Washington d. C. Or. And mrs. Jacob Graber Linda and Karen spent the weekend with their son and brother and family the Harold Graben at Wasington Illinois. Or. And mrs. Louis Gugel attended the funeral of Jason Yoder at East Union Church sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Donald Davison were sunday dinner guests at the Melvin Schnicker Home. Drivers License examiners dates a new Drivers License examination schedule has gone into effect in some Southeast Iowa cities. Here is the following list of cities and the Days and times the examiner is there Ashington a wednesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Sigourney a thursdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Fairfield a tuesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. It. Pleasant a fridays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. It. Madison a mondays 8 00 to 4 30 p. In. Saturdays 8 00 a. In. To noon. Keokuk a tuesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Burlington a wednesdays and thursdays 8 30 a. In. To �?�1 30 p. In
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