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Wayland News (Newspaper) - April 11, 1963, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news a volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa thursday april la 1963 number 22 it a and it came to pass As they were much perplexed thereabout behold two men stood by them in shining garments and As they were afraid and bowed Down their faces to the Earth they said unto them Why seek be the living among the dead a Luke 24 4-5 Many of us Are like Mary Magdalene and the others who were followers of Jesus they were looking for a a a dead Christ. All of the truths of the gospels Center around the fact that he is a a a living Christ. Therefore he is Able and willing to forgive sin and to give us strength to overcome sin in our own lives. Can we neglect so great a salvation a i hear there Are going to be Post office takes official action to implement new program the Wayland Post office has taken official action to implement the Post office departments new program for negotiation and consultation on grievances working conditions personnel practices and other related matters postmaster Hesseltine reported today. The action developed by the postal service under president Ken i Nedys executive order 10988 of january 17, 1962 officially recognizes Federal employee Organiza a tons for the first time. Recognition is based on the results of the i election held june 15 july i 1962, in which 451,000 postal employees participated. Official results were issued to each Post office by the postmaster general. Here Are the results of the election at the local past office the United federation of postal clerks was Given exclusive recognition at the local level. A a exclusive recognition was acquired by employee organizations having a Clear majority of the vote in a particular Craft unit under citizens of tomorrow a services today for Uncle Dan save Lyle Bower 58 1 1 dear mister editor easter egg Hunts in the Parks this prescribed voting procedures. The coming saturday you Young a Straster. We with sters remember to Tell those Bro these organizations holding regu thers and Sisters and also mom and dad so you can be on hand to help find those prize eggs. Easter sunday a yes that a next sunday. Time moves right along whether we keep up with it or not. The coming of easter is a signal to All that Spring is really Here even though the weather Man May not be cooperating to the Best of his ability. Each of us look Forward to this time of the year As a sort of renewing of our a a spirit after several months of usually drab Winter weather. With the coming of easter we liven up a bit and even seem to be willing to try again for another year. It is not really unusual that easter should make us feel this Way. To Christian people All Over the world easter is a time of rejoicing and a time when we observe the a a newness of life both physical and spiritual. Life is definitely the one thing that is stressed in the Observance of easter. Life is important while we have it and it is Short even if we live to be too. Even More important is the fact that we can have eternal life because of what Christ did for us a the real meaning of easter. Sunday when we go to Church lets not go just because we have some new clothes to Wear or because we just a a feel we ought to be in Church on easter sunday but lets go because of what Christ did for us Many years ago and because he is still living and still wants us to a come and follow attended dealer training school Warren h. Bergh of Bergh service company and Orval Miller of Miller plumbing and heating recently attended a special dealer training school conducted by Lennox industries inc., at Marshalltown Iowa. Featured at the school were the latest techniques of application and service of both heating and Lar meetings and working out written agreements on matters affecting All employees in the Craft unit represented regardless of employees membership status. National agreements give local employee organizations the right to negotiate with the postmaster on local working conditions personnel practices and in resolving interpretations under the local agreements. At the same time the National agreements reiterate executive order 10988�?Ts ban against strikes and discrimination. They set Forth the management a prerogatives which Are not subject to negotiation a such As the budget assignment of personnel work technology or any matter determined by Congress such As pay rates. Postal management under the executive order also retains the right to direct employees to hire promote Transfer suspend or separate employees in Accord with civil service regulations. The employees of the Wayland Post office now receiving official recognition at the local level for their employee organization join with employees in More than 30,000 Post offices throughout the nation in acquiring official recognition under the presidents la Bor management order for Federal employees. This is another group in the series of pictures taken by Woltz studios for publication in this newspaper. Top left a John Daniel age 2, Kathryn Marie age 3, children of or. And mrs. Maynard g. Widmer route 2, Wayland. Top right a Kenny age 6. Karen age 3, children of or. And mrs. Willard Schweitzer of Wayland. Lower left a Terry William age 4, Bruce Dale age 3, children of or. And mrs. Kenneth w. Hesser of route 2, Wayland lower right a Ricky Paul. Age 4, Milton Gordon age 7 mos., children of or. And mrs. Paul a. Nebel of route 5, it pleasant. Services held Friday for Deana Davies with mrs. Vernon Decker group on concert tour funeral services for mrs. Ver miss Deana Davies daughter of non Decker the former Marie or. And mrs. Willard Swanson Swartzendruber were held Friday Wayland Iowa is one of 200 Stu april 5, at 2 00 p. In. At the dents from Wheaton College ii Church of god in Christ Mennon Lino is currently on concert Tours funeral services were held today wednesday for Lyle Bower 58, teacher in the Junior High school who died Early sunday morning. Or. Bower had been ill the past two weeks with a heart condition. He had returned Home from mercy Hospital in Iowa j City thursday but entered memorial Hospital at it. Pleasant Friday. The Rev. W. J. Stevens was in charge of the services held at the Wayland mennonite Church at 2 p. In. Burial was in North Hill cemetery. Zehr funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were Walter Rich Joe West Charlie West Charles Turner Alva Harlan and George Westen. Or. Bower was born and spent his entire life on a farm four j Miles Northwest of Wayland. He had Farmed and had been a teacher for the past 25 years. He was born february 3, 1905, i a son of Earl and Effie been Blossom Bower. He married Lola May Rich. Survivors Are his widow three daughters mrs. Mary Mccormick of Downey California mrs. Virginia Lindsey of it. Smith ark., mrs. Patricia Davison of Sigourney one son Jimmy of it. Sheridan Illinois five grandchildren two Brothers Raymond of Washington and Donald of Seattle Washington two Sisters mrs. Pete Groff of Ainsworth and mrs. Russell shawl of Seattle. A memorial fund has been started for or. Bower at Wayland. Kindergarten Roundup to be held april 22 we Aco kindergarten Roundup will be held at the Wayland and Crawfordsville centers monday Ite at de Ridder la. Services scheduled by the College Conserv-1apnl 22�?T at 1 30 pm were conducted by Rev. Orie Atory of music for the Spring re Schmidt Deridder Rev. Abe Cess from classes. Koehn Galva Kansas and Rev miss Davies a freshman student Dennis Unruh Butler Missouri. At the College is making her first casket bearers were Oen tour with the concert band As a Schmidt Orville Ratzlaff Ray clarinet St. Their itinerary is Tak mond Schmidt Paul Smith Wal ing them into Michigan Pennsyl ter Koehn and Leroy Smith. Vania Massachusetts new Jersey burial was in the Highland Cern Connecticut new York and lans every. Ing Illinois. Cub scout news cub scout Den i met at the schoolhouse monday evening with their Den Mother mrs. Ervin stauffer and assistant mrs. Claude Goldsmith. Roll Call was answered by naming an animal that lives under the ground. An interesting note along with Roll Call is that Den i has had 100% attendance since the Den was organized. Cub scout yells and hand clasps were Given. Rockets were made from cardboard Roll and construction paper. These were taken Home to decorate and Are to be brought to the april 15 meeting. The control panel indicators Etc. That were air conditioning equipment. In. Struc tors at the school were Engin-1 handed out Are to be returned to ears from the factory located in us a a 1 1 Marshalltown Iowa. These schools Are part of a nation wide program with Lennox to keep their dealers informed of the continued advancements being made in the air conditioning Industry. Social Security your social Security office in 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 mount pleasant tuesday april 16th from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. At the Post office. And in Washington wednesday april 17 at the Post office from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. The april 15 meeting so the whole control panel for space ships can be assembled which will be used at pack meeting. Costumes that Are to be made and worn to pack meeting were discussed. Remarks will be Given about what you Are. The next meeting and All following Den meetings will be in our new cub scout rooms at the City Hall. Burdean and Dudley Graber were guests. Games were played after which or. And mrs. Earl Swartzendru organizations on tour include Ber and or. And mrs. Max Swartz the concert band women a glee end Ruber returned Home sunday club menus club and the College from Deridder. Or. And mrs. Mar choir. Vin Sweigart and family of Sagi i a new conservatory of music naw Michigan and Ray Swartzen j building is nearing completion on Dauber of Goshen also attended the the Campus with occupancy Early services. J this Spring. Of georgian architecture the $485,000 building will House administrative and music faculty offices 36 individual practice rooms 15 teaching rooms two Republican women to hold Spring conference at Muscatine april to mrs. Mildred Barnes first District president of the Council of cording studio. It will be air con Republican women has announced i toned throughout and will be and prospective students from the Olds Vicinity should Register at Crawfordsville unless they have older Brothers or Sisters at Wayland. Parents should bring birth certificates so that permanent cumulative records May be filled in for each student. Physical examinations will not be Given at the Roundup. Instead examination forms will be issued and examinations Given by family physicians. News of the ill red Alliman of fort Madison a former Wayland resident is a patient at veterans Hospital Iowa City having entered the Hospital four weeks ago. Mrs. Andy Tschantz is a patient at mercy Hospital in Iowa City having entered the Hospital wed that their Spring conference will be held at the elks Lodge in Muscatine april to 1963. Luncheon reservations should be music theory rooms and a Large rehearsal room for band and or mesday for therapy Chestra which will double As a re John Riley it Washington for Mer Wayland resident suffered a heart attack while assisting in the Sale ring at the Washington sales co., Friday afternoon. He was practice and classrooms. A Reed made with mrs. Dons Schmarje tal Hall and the Organ department 2015 Mulberry ave., Muscatine Wili also be a part of Pierce Cha. Iowa by april 8. Pei registration and Coffee hour _ will begin at 9 00 a. In. And the general meeting at 10 00. On Deans Honor Roll All Republican women Are Marigay Cunningham Colorado urged to attend. Springs Colorado a freshman at West mar College Lemars Iowa has been placed on the Deans Honor Roll for the first semester 1962-63. The list includes the names of 33 seniors 19 juniors 9 sophomores and 17 freshmen who out of a total enrolment of 728 students at the College have obtained a Grade Point of 3.25 Caliper or higher. Miss Cunningham is the daughter of mrs. Alta Cunningham the former Alta Freyenberger and has spent several Summers with relatives Here. Jacent to Pierce Chapel which will contain the music Library and listening rooms As Well As additional taken to the Washington county Hospital. Ole Patrick Henry told some of our ancestors if he git Liberty to give him death. I was just setting Here Reading the papers and studying my latest literature from the department of agriculture and wondering if Ole Patrick could stand the kind of Liberty we got now. Fer instant this Washington column writer says National state and local taxes will take 34 cent of every Dollar earned by the american people in 1963. In 1929, he says these taxes was taking la cent. This column writer claims taxes has got so High they have give Rise to a Brand new per session in this country the a tax avoidance experts. He allows As How a Field of experts As big As the Legal per session has sprung up that done to do nothing but specialize in finding Legal Loop holes Fer avoiding taxes. He told about one big manufacturer that hires six of these tax avoidance boys full time. The manufacturer explained that it pays better after you reach a certain Point to find ways of getting out of taxes than it does to earn More income Fer the company. And i ainu to got much Faith in this Campaign they got going now to Cut taxes. What they take off Here put on there and by 1964 the tax take will be up another 2 cent on the Dollar. I agree too per cent with that new car bumper sticker they say is going around the country a a vote Fer anybody is a vote Fer More and they was a couple disturbing items in my dose from the department of agriculture this week. First off they was a Small item announcing that the Price of elephants has doubled since 1952 and was climbing All the time. When that item gits in the newspapers and folks starts hoarding elephants things will git Pritty crowded. But the most serious item was University of Wisconsin hitting on about them science Fellers at the a discovery in wheat culture that might produce too to 150 bushels to the acre. About the Best you can git now is 40 to 50 Bushel. We already got guv emment wheat stored from Alcatraz to the statue of Liberty and if the yield gits up to 150 Bushel a acre it could cause a National panic. It looks like them science Fellers would spend their time working on the necessary its some Pun like gasoline that la give 150 mile to the gallon or a woman a hat that would last from Christmas Plum through easter. But like Franklin Roosevelt said abundance is our biggest asset and i reckon that includes taxes and wheat. Yours truly Uncle Dan Don Krabill is member of collegiate chorus or. Don Krabill son of or. And mrs. Maurice e. Krabill route i Crawfordsville is a member of the collegiate chorus of Goshen College. The chorus recently completed a weekend tour in Indiana and Ohio and plans to tour in Illinois the weekend of april 26-28. The 58-voice chorus directed by Marvin j. Miller is composed primarily of freshmen. In addition to these Spring Tours of churches the chorus presents Ricke stauffer had treats. John several major choral works during Goldsmith will have them the next time Den 2 met at scout Hall with their Den Mother mrs. Kenneth Goodwin and assistant mrs. Luella Kaufman. Nine scouts answered Roll Call by giving the pledge of allegiance. Space articles following the Ronald Brook j theme a up above and under or. And mrs. Donald Davison attended the funeral of a Cousin of mrs. Davison Hiser 14, of Rural Wever Satur Neath were worked on. Day afternoon at the Barr fun-1 Victor Iwanowski received eral Home in it. Madison. Ron Bob cat pin. Ald died suddenly after climbing j after games were played Daniel his the year and participates in special events on Campus. During Homecoming at thanksgiving the collegiate chorus presented Randall Thompsons a the peaceable kingdom. During commencement activities it will Combine with the a Cappella choir Motet singers and College orchestra to present Baches a mass in b mrs. Russell Davison mrs. Everette Davison mrs. Dareld de study club taker part in fund raising Campaign the Wayland study club Willie calling on Wayland residents a rope and when coming Back Down j Goodwin burnished treats and Ken-1 monday evening a their part in j the weekend with their son and Marion Hobby club toured Proctor collapsed at the it. Madison High Neth Kaufman xviii have them next the cancer fund raising. They family the Jack Wengert sat col and Gamble at Iowa City wednes school. Lime will Start at 7 00. Lumbia Missouri. Day. Attend band festival mrs. Olive Boller accompanied or. And mrs. George Boller to the mid Prairie High school tuesday mrs. Wade sinn entered mercy Hospital Iowa City monday for therapy. Mrs. Marvin Rinner remains a patient at mercy Hospital Iowa City where she is taking therapy. Neighbors friends help with blowing the following neighbors friends and relatives did blowing for Earl Swartzendruber while they were in Deridder Louisiana where they were called by the sudden death of their daughter mrs. Vernon Decker. Those who assisted were Gene w use Elon Boshart Don Boshart Paul rebling Dallas Rediger Ellis Leichty Willie Beachy and Roy Beachy. S. S. Class attends passion play sunday forty eight class members and guests of a sunday school class a from sugar Creek and their teach j or. And mrs. Donald Davison or Orval Miller mrs. Miller Lucy i spent saturday evening at the and Steven joined Luann Boshart 1 Donnie Hertig Home. And Arnold Ludwig in Blooming i iou Illinois sunday where in the afternoon they attended the passion play. Gerri Beachy. Wayne Freyenberger and two friends of Indianapolis Indiana also joined the group there. Or. And mrs. Warren Schlatter and daughters were thursday evening supper guests at the parental Sam Baker Home at Richland. Or. And mrs. C. E. Shumaker evening when it. Pleasant Wash were sunday evening supper in ton and mid Prairie Junior High bands took part in a band festival. The boilers son Marty plays a baritone Horn with the or. Pleasant band. Fees the Host school band is directed by Tom Eddy former music instructor at Wayland. Guests at the we. Sater Home. Other guests in the Sater Home were mrs. Rate we Arth of new London and or. And mrs. We. Of Burlington. Wards and mrs. Charlie Davison or. And mrs. A. C. Wenger spent along with other members of the Drivers License examiners dates a new Driver s 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 w 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 1 30 p. M., saturdays 8 00 a. In. To noon. Keokuk a tuesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Burlington a cd tuesdays and thursdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In

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