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Wayland News (Newspaper) - July 3, 1969, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news volume 22b Wayland. Iowa 52654 Henry county thursday july 3, 1969 for he spake in a certain place of the seventh Day on this Wise. And god did rest the seventh Day from All his hebrews 4 4 one of the Good measuring Sticks pertaining to the welfare of a nation All through biblical times was How Well the people observed gods commandments. Very shortly after disobedience came disorder defeat and even ruin. One of the lords commandments dealt directly with the use of the Sabbath How do we use this Day set aside by god for rest Ewe our National Holiday is upon us. A Good thing for us to do on this Day is to sit Down and write in our own words what a a Freedom Means to you you can. Can you not i Ewe weather during the last weekend while not so bad Here did express itself quite drastically by wind Hail and rain in Many places. Ewe the folks that went on the Ball trip to Chicago last weekend know what a standing room Only a Means. Of course. I hear there were some who were royally treated to a Box seats a for a Price too Ewe a that the Enterprise and the news will neither one be printed during the week of the first thursday in August. This is the Only Way we can take a vacation so keep in mind a no paper the week of August 7. 1969 yep. That s still a month away but its Good to know it ahead of events wednesday july 9, 8 00 . A Waco Middle and High school band concert at the Swedesburg Parish Hall Lawn Swedesburg Iowa. Friday july la a serving at 5 30 ., Wayland mennonite Church basement Bee Burger supper potato salad baked Beans salad homemade i of a Cream and cake. Or. And mrs. Richard tag Lauer have purchased the House on the Noah Widmer farm in the Stringtown Community known As the late will Krabill farm. They get immediate Possession. Or. And mrs. Richard Anderson and sons of Kansas City spent the weekend at the parental Glen Mccoy or. Home. They were joined for sunday dinner by or. And mrs. Homer Harris and or. And mrs. Howard Neeman of it. pig fair tuesday july 8 the Only event of its kind to be held in the Midwest a perhaps in the entire country a is coming to the Fry town Community just North of Kalona Iowa on tuesday july 8. Yoder feeds is sponsoring a Swine producers Day called a pig fair. It starts at 9 a. In. Tuesday morning july 8, and will continue ail Day Long until 9 in the evening with special programs scheduled for 2 30 . And again at 7 30 p. In. There will be about 30 exhibitors including such nationally known companies As american Cyan amid Elan co Eli Lilly Wilson Rogers representing the Dow chemical company Hess and Clark and Midwest manufacturers o f agricultural equipment such As Pax. Ros Kamp manufacturing hinder ventilation amp Power co., Fairfield engineering West Liberty builders Mccrabb Bros. Manufacturing pacemaker Clear Span buildings Frake amp Strothman Pearson Brothers and several other Well known farm suppliers. American Cyan mid manufacturers of Auero 3p-250 and similar Swine development products will be represented by or. John Crissinger. Technical service specialist As Well As Richard Meyer of the animal health division. Other pharmaceutical firms will have veterinarians on hand who will answer questions from pork producers regarding several common problems in Swine nutrition and management. The special programs will include presentations by or. Al Jensen department of animal science University of Illinois an Der. Stan Alleger director of nutrition research Yoder inc. Appearances will also be made by the pork Queen representing the state of Iowa miss Jayne Olson Iowa a favorite Farmers daughter miss Andrea veer Meer and District pork Queen Marty Mcnutt. All exhibits and special programs will be under two dig tents. The event will be Leld at the Yoder research farm which has spacious Shade Trees Green grass and plenty of parking accommodations. There is no charge and Many kiddies will Delight in the fun of Riding the miniature merry go round. Continuous Tours Are planned for those who wish to see the Yoder Swine research building and learn about current work in Progress on Young pigs up to Market weight hogs. The whole family is invited. There will be lunch available pop ice Cream and extra added attractions. The Yoder research Center is located on u. S. Highway no. I. It is six Miles North of Kalona or la Miles Southwest of Iowa City on no. I Highway. Mrs. Johnie alter and daughter. Mrs. Jean Johnson of Rock Island visited their Mother and grandmother. Mrs. Eva burkes in the Ann Neff Home monday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Everett Hile Nan accompanied by their daughter mrs. Roger Rull Man and Angela sue of Aurora Indiana left Here Friday and spent the weekend with or. J. W. Hileman in Chicago where they were joined by or. Ruilman. Mrs. Rullman and daughter had spent several Days in the parental Hileman Home Here. Or. And mrs. Hileman returned of their Home sunday and the Rullmann a also left sunday for their Home in Aurora. Number 35wenger reunion the late Joseph f. Wenger family gathered at the Wayland legion Hall sunday june 29, for a picnic dinner and reunion. Present were Orlendo Wenger mrs. Wenger and their son Walter Bud Wenger of Peoria Illinois who had planned on being in the Community sunday. So the reunion was moved to this Date so that everyone could visit with him. Others present were mrs. M. Fae Hancock of Chicago Illinois or. And mrs. I. A. Swanson and son Ivan of Peoria Illinois or. And mrs. We. Vanderkamp of Lynnville Iowa or. And mrs. Harry Whetstine of Newton or. And mrs. Robert Briggs of new Sharon. Or. And mrs. Dennis a. Kahler of Iowa City Louis h. Wenger who resides in the Shenk nursing Home in Wellman or. And mrs. Ward stauffer of Brighton or. And mrs. Elmer Graber and Kevin Roth of it. Pleasant and from Wayland p. F. Wenger. Allen stauffer Joseph stauffer. Chris stauffer. Or. And mrs. Edwin stauffer Melinda Marvin. Jason and Melvin Walter Campbell or. And mrs. Ervin stauffer. Rick and Ronda or. And mrs. John stauffer. John Jane Mark and Marcia. Mrs. Donald Neff Kevin and Julie. To appear at pig fair a t to recent visitors or. And mrs. Bob Dickey of Chicago Ridge Illinois were recent visitors in the Jacob unternahrer Home and last sunday were guests at a picnic dinner at the Kaufman schoolhouse. Others present along with or. And mrs. Dickey and their hosts were or. And mrs. Noah unternahrer and family or. And mrs. Jake Roth Joe unternahrer or and mrs. Henry Widmer or. And mrs. John unternahrer and son or. And mrs Harold unternahrer and family or. And mrs. Ralph unternahrer and daughters or. And mrs Truman Beckler and family or. And mrs. Delmar Beckler and family. Spending several Days Over the weekend camping and sightseeing in the St Louis Missouri area were or. And mrs. Laverne Farmer or. And mrs. Melvin Clark and family. Return Home or. And mrs. Jackson Roe the former Nona Seberg left saturday for their Home in los Altos California after spending a few Days with mrs. Roes father or. And mrs. Omer Seberg and other relatives in the Olds area. They returned to Olds thursday after taking six grand nieces on a vacation in the Denver Colorado area for six Days. Enjoying the trip with their aunt and Uncle were Amy and Jean Boal Kathy and Carol Rodgers Joan and Beth Hawker. Enro Ute to Iowa and on the return trip Home the roes visited or. Roes father in Atlanta Iowa. Entertains Kendra Wyse assisted by her Mother mrs. James Wyse entertained several guests wednesday afternoon at a party for Ramona Bay Lark of Burlington who under the Community action program spent the past week in the Wyse Home. Present were Kim fort Marlene Bain Kathy and Ann Alliman. Games were played and refreshments were served during the afternoon. Children return to Davenport Homes Twenty one mexican children from the Spanish mennonite Church in Davenport returned to their Homes monday after spending a week in Homes of the sugar Creek Church congregation. Families who had visitors in their Homes were Edwin Swartzendruber who had two children Laverne blesses three Joe Fredenberg ers one Warren Slagles two Dwight graders two m. D. Gerigos two John Swartzendruber three and Donald roths two. Mrs. Edith Boshart left tuesday by plane from Ottumwa for Pheonix Arizona for an indefinite visit with mrs. Stella Boller. Mrs. Olive Boller in whose Home mrs. Boshart has had an apartment left saturday for an indefinite stay in the Home of her son or. And mrs. George Boller in Iowa City. Or. And mrs. Sam Wyse and family of Goshen Indiana arrived saturday for a weeks visit at the parental Ray Wyse Home and with other relatives and friends girls softball Waco a girls racked up a Victory thursday evening june 5, sending Van Buren Home with a 16-3 loss from a game played at Olds. Gail Boal had a triple and two singles Ann Davis a Home run and two singles and Vicky dare a Home run. Marcia Schrader and Linda Baker composed the Pitcher Catcher Battery. June 9, the girls travelled to Winfield to play the Winfield it. Union team and were sent Home with a 10-9 loss. Kathy Mast was the Pitcher and Susan Alliman took care of the catching duties. Waco had twelve hits and to errors. They gave up eight walks. Cindy Reschly contributed a double and two singles while Marcia Schrader added three singles. At press time there was no information available on the june to game with Dur ant but the girls also came Home with losses from the double header. June 12, the team placed a double header with Central of Argyle with the Junior varsity playing a five inning game at which time Waco came Home with a 4-2 Victory. Marlene Thomas was winning Pitcher and Lorrie Mast took care of chores behind the plate Marie Mitchell contributed two doubles. The varsity team did not fare so Well and came Home with a 9-8 loss. They led 8-4 going into the Bottom of the seventh and made too Many errors which gave them the loss Waco outhit Central 12-6 with Deena Neil having three singles and Susan Alliman a double and single to Lead the batters. Monday evening. June 16 they travelled to Cardinal and at the end of five innings were sent Home with a 15-5 loss. Winning Pitcher was Pat Maynard and losing Pitcher was Marcia Schrader. Waco a Catcher was Gail Boal. Waco had nine hits and 5 errors with Marcia Schrader having a double Gail Boal a Home run and two singles and Ann Davis two singles. Waco had five errors which helped to make the losing score and Only nine hits while Cardinal came up with 15 hits and Only four errors. The girls will travel to Pekin thursday evening june 19, for a double header at 6 0 p. Rn., with the Home team of their new coach miss Susie Myers. Miss Esther Widmer of Iowa City spent sunday through tuesday at the Home of her brother or. And mrs. J. G. Widmer and with other relatives. Andrea ver Meer 18, daughter of or. And mrs. Harold ver Meer of Pella will make two scheduled appearances at the Yoder pig fair on tuesday july 8. She will appear on the scheduled programs at 2 30 . And again at 7 30 . The Yoder pig fair will be held at the Yoder research Center which is located along u. S. Highway no. I eleven Miles Southwest of Iowa City or six Miles North of Kalona. During the Yoder pig fair which begins at 9 00 . An continues until 9 00 . Special features on Swine production will be presented by or. Al Jensen University of Illinois and or. Stan Aldinger director of nutrition research for Yoder inc. Receives diploma Charla Wyse was among the graduates of mennonite school of nursing who received their diplomas on june 22, 1969 in services held at the Wesley United methodist Church in Bloomington Illinois. Miss Wyse is the daughter of or. And mrs. Max Wyse of route 5, it. Pleasant. Those from this area who attended the commencement were or. And mrs. Max Wyse and Janice or. And mrs. Joe l. Graber or. And mrs. Ray Roth Lynn and Reynolds John Graber Larry Roth Karen. Norman and Sandra Hirschy and Deana Davison. Slumber party Sandy Lewis entertained classmates Deana Freyen merger Christa Smith Patty Fahoma Carmine Roth Mau Ine Rich Rita Miller and it Hirley Boese at a slumber arty tuesday night at the parental Delbert Lewis a ome near Crawfordsville. A swimming party at the it. Pleasant Pool wednes Lay afternoon and supper at he dream drive inn con lured a very Nice time had Gay All. Or. And mrs. Allen Bain of Elkhart Indiana Are spending two weeks at the parental Dale Bain news a by mrs. Mabel Wittrig monday or. And mrs. De Rich of Kansas and Rev. And mrs. Carl Landis of Indiana called on relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Melvin Miller of Peoria Illinois visited with mrs. Katie Wyse and Chris Freyenberger wednesday. Mrs. Howard Zihlman spent monday evening with mrs. Ada Zihlman. Monday morning m r. Charles Hunter returned Home after having spent some time at memorial Hospital in it. Pleasant. Mrs. Herbert Campbell of Washington visited with mrs. Ellen Clark and mrs. Edna Wittrig. Mrs. Irene Musser Orville my Florence Rich of Long 3each, California and mrs. Rvan Rich of Washington visited mrs. Margaret sch Mhz and mrs. Mabel Witt in last week. Mrs. Effie Brooks and mrs. Netta Christner spent monday afternoon with heir Sisters mrs. Estella Hursman and mrs. Neetia Davison. Miss Nellie Brooks was j taken to memorial Hospital thursday morning. Mrs. Ada Zihlman spent i he Day at Omer Roth a and a helped her Cousin mrs. Edith count celebrate he birthday. Dinner guests on thurs-1 Day were mrs. Eva Graff of i Brighton and mrs. Helen i Parsons of Fairfield Mother 1 and aunt of mrs. Ruth Rei j and aunt of mrs. Ruth Reighard. Or. And mrs. Elmer Wyse i accompanied their son and j wife or. And mrs. Vernon Wyse to Iowa City where they spent the afternoon and evening with their daughter and husband or. And mrs. We. Mabel. Or. And mrs. Eli Saltzman of Rock Island called in the Home saturday morning. Mrs. Mahlon Wyse of it pleasant visited with or. J and mrs. Elmer Wyse sat j urday. Wednesday evening j. D. I Hulme and Leonard Schantz conducted a worship service j and Cindy sinn furnished special music. Mrs. Margaret Schantz a grandson and wife or. And mrs. Mark Schantz of Iowa City called on her saturday morning. Mrs. Ellen Clark accompanied her Niece mrs. Jack Lowe to Washington where they attended the wedding of Brenda Ritz and Daniel simmering on saturday afternoon. John Rich enjoyed attending a picnic at the Eicher Church saturday when the children and grandchildren of or. And mrs. J. T. Wenger were there to spend some time together. Or. And mrs. Bernard Payne Rose Ann and Randy of Washington spent the evening with their aunt mrs. Jemina Mcclintic. Or and mrs. Charles Longwell of Chicago visited his Mother mrs. Laura Longwell sunday afternoon. Rev. Willard Leichty brought the sunday morning message. Rev. And mrs. Earl Strey Feller were sunday dinner guests or. And mrs. Royce Miller and Debbie visited their Grandfather John Rich sunday afternoon. Mrs. Estella Thurman a granddaughter and husband or. And mrs. Bob Glick of Burlington visited with her sunday afternoon. Three of mrs. Emma Wyser a grandchildren the children of the Leonard Fishers of Brighton spent sunday evening with their grandmother. Members of the Cottonwood Church cooked and served our meals sunday and a number of the members were dinner guests. Wayland Lions met in Park shelter june 17 the regular monthly meeting of the Wayland Lions club was held at the West Park shelter tuesday evening june 17. Eighteen members were present to enjoy the Wiener roast supper. President Stanley Meyer reported that the total amount collected by the Lions club in behalf of the it. Pleasant grandstand fund was $600. The following officers Vivere elected for the coming years a president Peri Messer. 1st vice president Willis Hildebrand. 2nd vice president Melvin Clark. 3rd vice president Lyle Van Winkle. Secretary and treasurer Harold Rixe. Tail twister. Duwaine Hirschy lion Tamer Roger Roth directors Vernon Wyse 1970 Victor Hesseltine 1970 Laverne Messer 1971 and Ronnie Roth 1971. Family members meet for dinner reunion family members of the late or. And mrs. Joe t Wenger met saturday for a reunion and family dinner served by the Eicher Mission society in the Eicher Church basement. Present for the noon meal were or. And mrs. Edward Wenger and or. And mrs. Gilbert Wenger and family of Salina Kansas mrs. Clint Cain of Denver Colorado. Mrs. Howard Brown of Bloomington Illinois or. And mrs. Glen Anderson of Mountain Home Arkansas or. And mrs. Homer Wenger of Winfield or and mrs. Elmer Wenger and family of Ainsworth or. And mrs. Harry Suter of Crawfordsville or. And mrs. Bob Huff and family and John Rich. Several relatives and friends called at the Church luring the afternoon hours for a visit with the family. A saturday evening the family members along with Marcella Humphrey and Ludith Kilb of Iowa City. Or. And mrs. Frank Weng a and family of Ainsworth or. And mrs. Glen Huffman of it. Pleasant were supper guests at the Harry Suter Tome. Swedesburg Man Dies in car truck Accident Paul Edwin Anderson r. It. 5, it. Pleasant died july i in a car truck Accident. The Accident occurred on the it. Union Blacktop 2 Miles East of Prairie Gem. Funeral for or. Anderson will be at Swedesburg lutheran Church. Rev. Delmar Carstens will officiate. Day and time of the funeral is pending the arrival of a son stationed in Germany with the army. The body is at Crane a Ward Young funeral Home it. Pleasant. He was born on August 15, 1918 in Henry county near Swedesburg the son of Edwin and Emelia Lin Deen Anderson. On january i 1941, he married Lenore Kennedy. All his life he lived in the Swedesburg area engaged in farming. He a survived by his widow one son 1st it. Gary Anderson stationed in bom Holder Germany with the army two daughters mrs James Krabill r. R. 3, it. Pleasant and Mary Louise at Home. One sister mrs. Melvin Bergstrom Rural Winfield along with one brother Arvid Anderson. Crawfordsville also survive. Do on Good do today i return Home or. And mrs. Harold Meyer and Arthur Wyse returned Home tuesday from a trip to Ohio and Michigan last week. Saturday evening they were guests of Arthurs Niece at Mon Apoga Camp grounds in Angola Indiana. Arthur then spent saturday overnight in the Home of his brother Willard Wyse in alg air Michigan while the Meyers went to Wayne county. Ohio where they attended a Meyer reunion on sunday. Sunday Arthur attended Church at Lockport. Ohio mennonite Church and a dinner at noon for those 70 and Over. Social Security your social Security office 2nd floor Post office in Burlington is open from 8 30 am. To 4 30 ., monday through Friday. A special appointment May be made if you Are unable to Call during regular hours. A social Security representative will be in it pleasant from 9 00 to 11 30 . On july 8th at the Post office. Please feel free to Call on him for assistance. If More convenient you May Contact this representative in Washington july 9th at the Post office from 9 30 to 12 00 noon. Mrs. Mary Neff of Washington was an overnight saturday and sunday guest in the Ann Neff of the ill mrs. W. J. Eicher returned Home Friday from mercy Hospital Iowa City where she had been a medical patient. Mrs. Ella Wyse returned Home Friday from memorial Hospital m t. Pleasant where she had been a medical Rykr Ralph Roth returned Home sunday from memorial Hospital it. Pleasant where he had been a medical patient. Noah unternahrer underwent surgery monday at mercy Hospital Iowa City. Mrs. Sarah Alliman returned to her Home june 24, after having been a patient at mercy Hospital and mercy extended care Center in Iowa City. Ralph Wenger returned Home tuesday from mercy Hospital Iowa City where he had been a patient following a haying Accident. Hugh Hite is a patient at mercy Hospital Iowa City where he underwent Cataract surgery. Visiting Here mrs. Richard Stoops of Ruidoso Downs. New Mexico the former Ruth Ann Clark is visiting her father Frank Clark having arrived Here june 27. She accompanied or. And mrs. Gilbert Wenger and family of Salina Kansas who also spent the weekend with their father. They came to attend the wedding of their Nephew Dave Clark and Peg Huen Stein at the Wayland United methodist Church Friday evening and or. And mrs. Wenger and family also attended a reunion of the late Joe t. Wenger family on saturday. Mrs. Stoops will remain Here for awhile and the wingers plan to return to attend the wedding of their Niece Laura Clark and Steve sinn on july 12. Sunday dinner guests at the Max Graber Home were or. And mrs. Glen Guengerich and family of Kalona mrs. Addie Davison or. And mrs. Leo Wagner and family or. And mrs. Arthur Davison and sons. Mrs. Mary Haberman or. And mrs. Mel Haberman spent sunday in the George and de Haberman Homes in Tama

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