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Wayland News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1963, Wayland, Iowa
The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland. In Henry county. Iowa thursday january 31, 1963 number 12 two Day Short course to be held Wayland a two Day Short course for farm couples in the Wayland Community will be held february 6 and 13 in the Wayland legion Hall reports Richard l. Thuma Henry county Extension director. The Short course is sponsored jointly by the Henry and washings county Extension services and is open to All couple interested in increasing their efficiency in a proving their management ability and learning How to Analyse their farm and Home business. A special session will be held for wives on buy Manship of food clothing and other family living items. The special session for husbands will feature a presentation on land use and crop production practices related to efficient management. Each Days program will Start at 9 30 a. In. And adjourn at 3 30 p. In. Lunch will be served by the Eicher ladies Mission society. Couple interested in participate ing in the Short course May enrol by paying an enrolment fee of $2.50 per person. This fee will will cover the Cost of noon meals and other meeting expenses. Enrolment fees May be paid at the Wayland state Bank Wayland Sale barn office at the Henry county Extension office in the mount pleasant Post office building and at the Washington county Extension office near the Southwest Corner of the Square in Washington. Uncle Dan says dear mister editor by Cliff Elmore a and Why Callye me lord lord and do not the things which i say a Luke 6 it is this one of the troubles of the people of the world today we like to be associated with the people and those things which Are Good and righteous but done to like to limit ourselves to do those things which Are Good and righteous. And it is so easy while excusing our own faults to Point out the faults of others. Eplly doubles champions a Lewis Nebel and Don Roth both of Wayland were the winners of the doubles championship in the recent it. Pleasant Bowling tournament held at Iris lanes. A Courtesy it. Pleasant news if i remember correctly in the fall when it started to Cool Down a Little i heard someone say that they hoped it would get cold soon. It seemed to be that they liked cold weather but did not care for the half cold Type of Winter. Well i believe they should be about satisfied with the Winter of the past few weeks. I guarantee it though. I see where the school situation is being discussed again by those who Are interested in one Way or another. I sincerely Hope that there is the right kind of interest shown by the right kind of people. And when i say the right kind of people i mean those who Are interested in the students and their welfare not just those who Are interested in their own selfish desires. In the past years the Public has become too disinterested. They knew there were problems but rather than face them they have been Content to let someone else take care of it. Now it seems to me they Are faced with the problem of losing most of the control of the schools entirely and i wonder if they Are still going to be Content to let someone else do it there is a group just waiting for that Opportunity open House is Well attended John w. Turner died at Washington John w. Turner 86-year-old Wayland resident died saturday evening at the Washington county Hospital. The funeral was held tuesday at 2 p. In. In the Cottonwood evangelical United Brethren Church with burial in the Schrock cemetery. Rev. H. R. Dymale officiated. Casket bearers were Johnie Turner Benjamin Turner Warren Shafer Charles Arbogast Johnie Arbogast and James Troutman. Or. Turner was born March 31, 1876, a son of Rudolph and Sarah Annabelle Pangborn Turner. He was married april 20, 1898 to Ada i May Lynn who died december 13, 1940. Surviving children Are mrs. John i Arbogast and Charles Turner of Wayland Perry David. Nora Lizzie and Orval at Home and Kenneth of Rural Washington also three Sisters and one brother mrs. Mary Hyde of Brighton mrs. Frank maiming of mount pleasant mrs. Hattie spathe of East Moline and Ira Turner of Burlington 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Speaking of cold and such related subjects have you Ever tried to thaw out water pipes when there was no water in them it seems that something happened to a valve in the water Mam near where we live and the water had to be shut off. This All happened while we were gone and we did not know the water had been shut off. When we got Home the kids went to get a drink and there was no water. Since we had been having a Little trouble with one faucet freezing up it was easy to assume that they had All Frozen for it was cold sunday night. So monday morning Bright and Early i spent an hour trying to thaw out water pipes a with no Success at All. Knowing i had to get to work i called for some help and Only later in the morning when i went Home again to see if the help had arrived did i discover what the real trouble was a the water had been shut off the night before. Believe me that is the perfect Way to Start out the week ladies Circle had potluck dinner thursday ladies missionary Circle of the Independent Bible Church met january 17 with mrs. Jim Holub. Nineteen were present. A potluck dinner was served at noon. Guest speaker was miss Geraldine Nelson missionary from Ethiopia. The group took the responsibility of sewing for a 14 year old orphan girl of Etheopia. A love offering of $20 was presented to miss Nelson. Devotions were led by mrs. Leo Wagner and the prayer Circle was led by mrs. George Buchanan. The remainder of the Day was spent sewing and making table decorations for Parkview Home. First Aid class to Start at Washington tuesday february 12 or. E. J. Vosika first Aid chairman for Washington county chapter american red Cross reports that miss Geraldine Schultz will Start a Standard first Aid class in the chapter office at Washington at 7 00 p. In. Tuesday february 12. This is to be a 10-hour course comprised of 5 two hour classes. Minimum age for those who May attend is 14 years or in Grade 9. The Only Cost is the Purchase of a 75e text available in the classroom. Anyone interested in taking the course write or phone the red Cross office in Washington ol3-3438. Without water two Days residents of South Wayland from the feed Mill Corner including the Wayland mennonite Church Street West and South were without water monday and tuesday. A water main which had Frozen burst at the hydrant on the win. Novinger Corner. Those digging had complications going through 42 inches of Frost. Pinochle party there is to be a pinochle party at the masonic Hall thursday evening january 31, to which the Public is invited. Time a 7 30. Enoch Weston shop teacher in Waco school Enoch Weston the new Waco High school shop teacher has been Here the past week preparing for second semester classes that Start january 21. He has had a room in the Harold Miller Home while waiting for his furniture to arrive from Bartlesville okla. His wife and two children will not come for two weeks because of illness. The Westons will live in the school owned property Here which has been vacant since or. And mrs. Donald Breisch and sons moved to Shellsburg last june. The Westons have a boy in kindergarten and a ten month old baby. Social Security your social Security office in Burlington is open from 8 30 to 4 30 monday through Friday of you cannot come to Burlington you May Contact our representative who will be in it. Pleasant tuesday. February 5th from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. At the Post office. And in Washington wednesday. February 6th at the Post office from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. Lewis Nebel entered mercy Hospital at Iowa City sunday for observation and a rays
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