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Wayland News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1963, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa Good things Quot a by Cliff Elmore thursday february 21, 1963 number 15 a that your Faith should not stand in the Wisdom of men but in the Power of i Corinth. 2 5 a the Power of god a that which is unlimited and impossible to measure. And yet Many times we Are More willing to Trust in Many a Wisdom. Why because we have not believed what the lord through the scriptures has told us # the Wayland news was going to have the senior class of the Waco school sell subscriptions on a commission basis and it was our understanding that everything was to Start As of january 31, but we find out now that they Are not. We Are sorry that some of you readers who waited for a student to come around and Contact you services held for miss Frances Conrad funeral services for miss Frances Conrad who died Early sunday morning in the Jefferson county Hospital Fairfield will be held wednesday february 20, at 2 p. In. In the mennonite Church at Wayland. She had been a Hospital patient for the past month. The Rev. Roland Crandall of Fairfield and the Rev. Omer Nis Ley of Wayland will officiate at the service with the Zehr funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in the Eicher cemetery near Noble. Miss Conrad was born in Henry county january 5, 1897, a daughter of John and Anna Earnest Conrad. Her parents and a sister Verna preceded death. She is survived by a sister mrs. Roy Miller and a Niece Roianne Miller both of Fairfield. Opens pre school world Day of prayer mrs. S. E. Umphrey opened her service to be held at methodist Church pre school on thursday with a Valentine and get acquainted party. A a classes Are on monday and wednesday morning from 9-11. Pupils who Are attending Are those of an age who will Start to kindergarten next fall and they Are Carla Boshart daughter of or. And mrs. Norman Boshart Mark Boshart son of or. And mrs. Don prayer will be the invisible space ship which will orbit the world on Friday March i the 77th world Day of prayer in which people of this Community will join with hundreds of thousands in services around the world. The local Observance will be held at the Wayland methodist Boshart Barbara Brooks Daugh-1nich 2 00 p. Rn., sponsored by tor of or. And mrs. William the following churches Wayland Seminary chorus will conduct service Brooks Kim fort daughter of or. And mrs. Jim fort Tommy Goldsmith son of or. And mrs. Claude Goldsmith Steven Hulme son of or. And mrs. Richard Hulme Andre Neff son of or. Her in and is David Neff Elaine Nis Ley daughter of Rev. And mrs. Omer Nisley Mitchell Popejoy son of or. And mrs. Melvin Popejoy Timmy Schlatter son of or. And mrs. Dick Schlatter Terri Smith daughter of or. And mrs. Ronnie Roth Brian Steele son of or. And mrs. Harold Steele Emily the Goshen College biblical Seminary menus chorus will con Are still waiting but it was really duct a worship service at the us out of our control. Subscriptions Are still taken at the office or can be mailed to us. This brings me up to the next subject a people who Tell you do something and then Don to i guess reams of copy could be written on this subject a and probably has a but if people today would just stick to what they say or else not say it in the first place i believe there would be a lot More smiles on the faces of our citizenry than we see. A lot of the troubles of the world come because of just such things. It really could be called a kind of incompetence a and incompetence come in two kinds a those who can and wont or those who can to but try. Done to be discouraged if your children seem to reject your advice. It Isnit wasted. Years later they will be offering it to their children. Gar Creek mennonite Church on sunday afternoon february 24, 1963 at 2 3 p. In. The chorus will bring a program of sacred music several men will give testimonies a student will bring a Brief message and a member of the Seminary faculty will give a Short talk interpreting the work of the Seminary. The group directed by Marvin j. Miller is composed of Seminary students from seven states and Canada. Three Are returned missionaries two of them from Japan and one from Israel. One member of the group is from Germany. The Goshen College biblical Seminary is located at Goshen Indiana. It is owned and operated by the mennonite Church and is a fully accredited Seminary offering the b. D. And m. R. E. Degrees. The Seminary chorus will be on an extended weekend tour in Iowa february 22-24. Stoops daughter of or. And mrs. James Stoops Pam Wagler daughter of or. And mrs. De Wagler Kendra Wyse daughter of or. And mrs. James Wyse. This is the 5th year that mrs. Umphrey has had her pre school. Wayland sales co., inc. Holds annual meeting three directors elected the annual meeting of the Wayland sales co., inc., was held at the Sale barn on wednesday evening. At the stockholders meeting a Good financial year was reported. Three directors were elected to the Board for a term of three years. Paul Miller was elected to news of the ill a mrs. Earl Swartzendruber eve Rette Magdefrau and Robert Sparks who were medical patients at the memorial Hospital mount pleasant were All Able to return to their Homes thursday. Noah Leichty of Winfield underwent surgery at mercy Hospital in Burlington. Sam Wittmer entered mercy Hospital at Iowa City thursday and underwent surgery on monday. Mrs. Josephine Wenger was dismissed from the memorial Hospital mount pleasant Friday. Her son de Wenger of Salina Kansas came for her and took her to Bloomington Illinois to the borne of her daughter mrs. H. A. Brown. Allen Roth who had been a surgical patient at mercy Hospital in Iowa City was Able to return Home saturday. Or. And mrs. Chris Garrick of Olds who were medical patients at the memorial Hospital mount pleasant for several Days were Able to return Home tuesday. Mennonite Eicher Cottonwood e. U. B., Finley Olds congregational Swedesburg lutheran and the Host Church. Their service is open to All who wish to be a part of this world wide prayer Fellowship. A More than conquerors is the theme of the 1963 service inspired by the apostle Paul a encouraging words to the romans that neither tribulation distress persecution famine nakedness peril nor sword can separate from the love of Christ for in All these things we Are More than conquerors through him who loved for Many of the Christian people around the world who will participate in the world Day of prayer. These words Are More than words for As with the women of Korea who wrote the service they have experienced these perils and i War. A their service is not just a program. It is planned As an Active experience of prayer to give us a sense of Unity with the world wide Church and a response to this in informed Given according to mrs. Paul Moser National chairman for world Day of prayer. The offering a dedicated gift to assist the work of those giving time and Talent in Many Fields of is a utilities companies form organization Iowa Southern utilities has joined with thirteen other investor owned Utility companies six Rural electric generating and transmission cooperatives and one Utility District from seven states in forming a new organization know As mid continent area Power planners Mapp. Objective of the organization according to Ted Johnson Iowa Southern a manager at Washington is to a develop integrated regional electric Power planning by the member companies As Well As with other eluding Federal agencies in addition to the seven Iowa investor owned companies and Eastern Iowa Light amp Power cooperative charter members of Mapp Are from Minnesota Wisconsin Missouri Montana North Dako Uncle Dan says dear mister editor you will recollect that Here awhile Back the Fellers at the country store was in favor of reducing each state to one senator and cutting the House members in half. It was fingered that this move would pay off the National debt in about to year. Well mister editor i got some powerful new fodder Fer this Campaign. It is a Well snowed fact that senators and congressmen has got to git votes and to git votes they got to spread the Gravy ,. On Pritty thick Back Home. The adjacent groups met Tiggens has just been released on How thick the Gravy is getting. The item i got Here says that in 1962 we had 2,538,390 civilians working in government offices. This is a increase of 46,045 Over 1901 and they is estimating that to to l a or a in this year of 1963 the number to South Dakota and will g0 up another 20000 Thia j piece says it is mow taking Over $14 billion to pay these govern ment workers. Leplace Dan. D. Roth who Washer vice is a vital part of every not a candidate for re election Observance necessary to put into Levi Roth and t were re elected. At the organizational meeting of the Board of directors rimmed Leonard Leichty tangible form response to those concerns for which prayers Are offered. The gifts will be channelled Nebraska. Chairman of the Mapp organization is Earl Ewald Northern states Power company. Vice chairman is John Madgett Dairyland Power cooperative. In commenting on the objective of Mapp Johnson said a the establishment of this new planning group whose prime objective is to effectuate improved integration of electric generating transmission and distribution facilities on a Broad regional basis will be of tremendous Mutual Benefit to All participating companies and to their customers. We have Long recognized the benefits of Power pooling arrangements and Many of the members of Mapp Are presently obtaining substantial benefits through participation in existing Power Pool agreements. However integrated planning and operation on a Region wide basis will bring increased advantages to the millions of electric Consumers which the entire group serves. News from Parkview a by mrs. Mabel Wittrig wednesday evening Laverne Blosser accompanied by Sandra Yoder Rozella Beach and Dorothy Roth came to the Home and entertained us with several songs by youth for Christ film lately following the business Roeln Brough the division of Home mis ing Levi Roth was elected presi Sions and the division of foreign Dent Harold Meyer vice presi-1 missions of the National Council Dent Allen Meyer Secretary andj0f churches Laurence Henss treasurer. Other Board members Are Paul Miller Leonard Leichty we. Freyen Berger Ralph Wenger and Lewis Nebel. Local news notes Evelyn Burgraff of Wayland is among Iowa Wesleyan College students who wrote daily devotions in the Booklet of lenten devotions published by College students. Or. George e. Lamore jr., director of religious life at Wesleyan stated the 1963 Book will be entitled a lifted up. Mrs. Vern Wentworth and daughter and husband or. And mrs. Pete Henderson and children of Ottumwa spent sunday with mrs. Wentworth a sister mrs. Dave Christner and or. Christner. Or. And mrs. C. C. Wyse returned Home thursday from Reedley California where they had been visiting at the Home of their daughter or. And mrs. Ronald Yoder and new granddaughter Stephania. These girls while or. Blosser read the scripture and offered prayer. Mrs. Ida Peterson returned Home from mercy Hospital at Iowa City tuesday. The ladies of the Independent Bible Church have had a Busy time this month having made table Centrepieces Buffet pieces and place favors for the special Days in february ground hog Day Lincoln a birthday Valentine Day and Washington a birthday. These have caused much comment and enjoyment. Mrs. Velma Henss brought us heart shaped cookies and mrs. Doris Meyer raised doughnuts. Mrs. Doris Meyer and daughter Kathy were our Volunteer help in the Kitchen and dining room thursday evening. The Volunteer helpers sunday were from Eicher Church those helping were or. And mrs. Erwen Graber or. And mrs. Harlan wid Mer or. And mrs. Wilbur Schantz the two Widmer girls four Graber children and Leonard Schantz were Here part of the Day. Rev. Archie Penner gave the morning message and Leonard Schantz and Junior Graber Sang solos during the service. Leonard Schantz accompanied for the group singing and mrs. Erwen Graber for the solos. Mrs. Ella Pink taught the sunday school class. Sunday afternoon or. And mrs. Ross Barnett of Iowa City and or. And mrs. Lotz of Burlington called on mrs. Mabel Wittrig and made a tour of the Home. To be shown saturday youth for Christ organization will sponsor a film a walk the Tightrope which will be shown at the Oak Street Junior High school at 903 Oak Street in Burlington on saturday february 23, at 7 30 p. In. See this shocking revealing and cub scouts newly organized cub scouts have been newly organized in the Community and will meet every monday after school. At their first meeting monday evening. Den i with mrs. Ervin stauffer As Den Mother and mrs. Claude Goldsmith As assistant met at the schoolhouse. Roll Call was answered with the cub scout hand clasp. Senior 4-h steering committee selected Steve Seberg of it. Pleasant was elected chairman of the newly organized senior 4-h steering committee saturday says Connie j. Smith county Extension assistant. Elected vice chairman was Vicki Bergstrom of Winfield and Secretary Judy Lauer of it. Union. Other members of the senior 4-h steering committee elected were Don Mccabe and Rande Mcallister of it. Pleasant Christine Evans and Dean Rodgers of Winfield and Ann Krieger of it. Union. The senior 4-h steering committee acting As representatives for older 4-h members will assist dramatic al film. See communism scout songs were Sung. Ricky stauffer and Rick Callo ,. ,.,. Way passed their Flag achievement. A e. A games were played and cub in a new mask. Here is a stirring film that every free Man must see. A tremendous Story of communism a Power persuasion and promotion filmed this summer during the huge communist youth festival in Helsinki Finland. A we will abandon our program of world communism when shrimp learn to a Nikita Khrushchev a when we finish with the world we will pursue god to his heaven and Deal with him a Nikita Khrushchev Grams and activities for the older 4-h group. At the meeting of the senior 4-h a amp Uncil saturday results of a recent Survey of High school 4-h members were Given. Int and Gold banquet february 27 at a it it a in in a Dei prot ram to for Henry county w each boy is asked to bring a trick to the next meeting february 25. Plans were made for the Blue the Wayland mennonite Church basement. At this time they will also have their regular pack meeting and some of the scouts will receive their Bob cat pins. Ricky stauffer furnished treats. As expressed by 96 percent of those completing the questionnaire for the Survey. The Henry county Extension service is developing a program for High school 4-h members. Mem remain Active in mrs Kauffman or. And mrs. S. E. Umphrey accompanied mrs. Umphreys brother or. And mrs. Lester Matheny of new London to Davenport sunday afternoon. The Matheny s took their son David to his studies at the Palmer chiropractic school after spending the weekend at Home. Announce engagement or. And mrs. John Reschly of Hesston Kansas formerly of Noble Iowa announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Jane to Donald Diller son of or. And mrs. John Diller of Hesston. Miss Reschly a graduate of Hesston Academy Hesston Kansas is presently a Sophomore at Goshen College Goshen Indiana. Her Fiance a graduate of Hesston Academy and Hesston Junior College is a senior at Goshen. The Hesston mennonite Church will provide the setting for their june wedding. Den 2 also met monday evening i a. 7�?o a a Quot a a a to in their at the Home of their Den Mother a Ca Quot v a the Kenneth Goodwin. Lueila a Quot rtt part cat Ltd in the assistant for this 4 h pm Quot a. Which will pro i vide a specific area of study in scouts of this group made. A a a individual place cards for the Blue Niong e Ana o stud y the i. ,., 4-h members expressed an interest and Gold banquet and also made. I. Mowna. A in were citizenship career explore some Flowers to be used on the ,. ,. F cables action manners and etiquette Phy Sical fitness and clothing Burman games were played and treats w Ere furnished by Terry Kaufman. I any other boys who have not 1 Are Between the Ages of 8 and la i As yet joined the cub scouts and and wish to do so should Contact any of the Den mothers or Rev. Omer Nisley. Ship and grooming. or. And mrs. Wade sinn and Jane Jack Stafford of burling Lloyd boy scouts met the boy scouts had a meeting february 13, at the scout Hall. Mike Hileman John Kauffman Dave Clark Steve Alliman Steve Goodwin Randy stauffer Dave Goldsmith and Terry Kaufman were present. The group decided to clean up sunday afternoon visitors at the ton Lloyd Alliman and Chris Wayne Billingsley Home were or. I the scout Quot Hall on february in stauffer were sunday dinner j and mrs. Delbert Hudson of a guests at the Rex sinn Home to Lem and or. And mrs. Arlo hum Man help Rex celebrate his birthday prey of Farmington. Pinochle party done to forget the pinochle Barty tonight wednesday at 7 30 at the masonic Hall. There will be prizes and refreshments. Everyone Welcome. Birthday Surprise mrs. Charlie Davison who served her birthday saturday was the victim of a Surprise sunday evening when her family came bringing a Complete supper which included two decorated birthday cakes and homemade ice Cream. Those present were or. And mrs. Jerry Flory or. And mrs. Rodney Letts and Pam or. And mrs. Donnie Hertig and daughters and or. And mrs. Donald Davison. Congressman Carl Wilson of Indiana says when he first come to the Congress 20 years ago he was in a state of Shock the first week from watching government secretaries polishing their nails Reading movie magazines and writing letters to their boy friends. And he says it is twice As bad now. He claims that today in addition to All them other things they is Busy working Cross word puzzles walking around in the Halls with transistor radios Hung around their neck and some of Mem is even knitting sweaters. It looks like the Gravy is getting too thick to stir and about the Only Way the taxpayers can thin it Down a bit is to thin out them senators and congressmen. Furthermore i see by the papers where while the Congress was adjourned we had 27 u. S. Senators and congressmen some of Mem Defeated in the last election taking Tours at government expense. They Call Mem a fact finding Quot trips but it seems they has to take their wives and relatives along to help git the facts. And i have took note mister editor that right now during the cold weather most of the facts that need finding out about is to the South where its warm. In the summer time the facts shifts to the North. Senator Harry Byrd said last week that the 46,045 civilian workers the government added last year Cost the taxpayers $257 million extra and that the 20.000 they was fingering on adding this year would Cost another $112 million. I hat s mighty hard on the taxpayers but i reckon its Good Fer the transistor radio folks. We got a Heap of Fine and honest men in Washington and we got some that am to so Fine. The Fellers at the store is maintaining that if we Cut the number in half we can keep a better watch on which is which. Yours truly Uncle Dan services held feb. 14 funeral services for mrs. Roy Seberg the former Fannie Mcpheron were held at the Finley Chapel thursday afternoon february 14 at 2 00. Rev. Harold Nichols was in charge of the services. Casket bearers were Lester Mcgohan Lester Wilson Lester Wickham Bernard Bates. Keith Brimhall and Donald Payne. Final resting place was in the Finley cemetery. 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 it. Pleasant tuesday february 26th from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. At the Post office and in Washington wednesday february 27th at the Post office from 9 00 to 11 00. Homecoming dates set the 1963 Wayland Homecoming saturday evening supper guests at the George fort Home were or. Will be held july 9 and to. Plans i and mrs. Paul Lyon and sons of for the Celebration Are underway it. Pleasant or. And mrs. Fred and committees will be announced Lyon and family or. And mrs. Later Larry Farrington and family. Or. And mrs. Bill Kauffman of Omaha spent the weekend at the James Roth Home and along with the Roth a were sunday dinner guests at the parental Max Kauffman Home. To the boy scouts. To i it or and mrs Dale go gtd and i or. And mrs. Warren Berch at ionian and Steve Alii family of Burlington called at the j tended the funeral monday after gave an advancement rack Andy Tschantz and George fort i noon of mrs. Granville lev or. And mrs. James Troutman spent sunday at the Phillip Swal him Home in Cedar Falls. Homes. Crawfordsville. Re at or. And mrs. Amos Christner spent sunday evening at the Frank Farmer Home

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