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Wayland News (Newspaper) - July 13, 1961, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news volume 16-Wayland in Henry county Iowa thursday july 13, 1961 number 35 Uncle Dan says dear mister editor it May that i m getting a Little impatient but it seems to me this cold War business with Russia is getting As one sided As a drunks hat. The american taxpayers is footing most of the Bills but it looks like this country ainu to got much More say so in the thing than a hogs got at a hog calling contest. I was Reading last night where the United nations has estimated the budget Fer the Congo at $120 million this year. But Russia that can finance big armies and missiles and trouble makers All Over the world including the Congo has refused to a dime of it. In the end the american taxpayers will git the Honor of paying most of it. We give away so much Money Fer foreign Aid to countries All Over the world that most of them now thinks its a permanent arrangement sent Down from heaven. Fer instant when we trimmed our hand out to India last year old Nehru hollered louder than a calf tied out at milking time. It looks to me like we got to make a stand some place mister editor or the bats in our Bel ant to see mrs. Ben Neff at the Fry is going to eat the Bee in our i memorial Hospital. Or. Neff was Hope lutheran Church to Start bldg. Program Hope lutheran Church held its Semi annual congregational meet ing on sunday evening with fifty four voting members being present the congregation voted to build an addition to the Church that would include additional seating capacity for sixty people in the Nave of the Church room for four additional classrooms in the basement two rest rooms two coat rooms a new Entrance to the Church a new Furnace and new septic tank. A building committee of seven men were elected to direct the building of the addition to the Church. They were Carlys Crile Harlan Diers Emmet Gingerich Rev. M. Mueller Paul rebling Edmund Taglauer and John Wolfe. The congregation notes an increased Church attendance during the past six months. Scout news news of the ill Donald Rich underwent surgery at the memorial Hospital at it. Pleasant Friday morning. Lester Neff suffered a stroke wednesday Enro Ute to it. Pleas Bonnet. And when we make our stand this time i Hope they done to have no Yalu River stuff in it. This thing of fighting with one hand tied behind our Back ainu to the kind of War the United states fights. It just bleeds us Down and makes us spend a Dollar to their dime without getting no place. On the Home front i see the papers where the chairman of the House ways and Means committee in the Congress predicts that prices will a Edge up a Little this fall. It seems to me they has been edging up Fer some time now. A bout the Only thing holding steady is sea going yachts and Cadillac cars. About oct a month Ever thing else a Levels off at a new level. Sooner or later we re going to run out of Levels and git into orbit. And sometimes a Feller can find plenty of troubles right in his own House. Fer instant my old lady come in last night from a meeting of the Home demonstration club and i made the bad mistake of asking her what they talked about. A the Home a she says and Afore i could git out the door she was going into details. A we decided a she says a that the Man in the House ainu to carrying his part of the Home work this is treason mister editor and i aim to find out if any tax Money is going into these club projects. In writ to my congressman in no Uncertain terms. Ill let you know which Way Dodges on this one. Yours truly Uncle Dan. Admitted to the same Hospital and released on Friday. Mrs. Jim Meyer broke a Bone in her right foot thursday when she stepped off the step at her Home. Robert Roth it. Pleasant underwent a rays at the memorial Hospital on thursday. Dan Alliman has been released to his Home from the Washington county Hospital where had been a patient the past three weeks. Mrs. Ben Neff was released to her Home Here saturday from the memorial Hospital where she had been a medical patient. Mrs. Nora Hixson was a medical patient at the Washington county Hospital several Days last week. Mrs. Lewis Nebel is a medical patient at the mercy Hospital in Iowa City having entered thursday. Marva Lou Rinner daughter of the Marvin Rinnert a was released tuesday morning from the Washington county Hospital where she had been a medical patient since wednesday. Marva Lou had undergone a Tonsillectomy saturday july i and complications set in resulting in her return to the Hospital. We re Back from a grand and glorious week at Camp Eastman. First we want to thank those who made our week possible providing transportation and to those who stayed with us during the week. Those driving to Camp were Ivan Wyse Lloyd Roth and v. Boekelman. Willis Alliman and Boekelman drove us on the return trip. Those who stayed in Camp with us during the week were sunday night and monday Lloyd Roth monday night and tuesday v. Boekelman tuesday night and wednesday Harold Kauffman wednesday night and thursday e. Hileman thursday night and Friday Keith Farmer and Friday night and saturday v. Boekelman. As we would say at Camp a a let a give a big three and cheer. There Are Many stories to told about raids P., campfires rain whittling including Terry a Finger fast tumbles Down Steep trails a Kaptain kid a eddies singing signalling songs and Many others too numerous to mention Here but just ask us about them if you have time to listen. Joe Kauffman is the real Sharpshooter. Joe took Camp honors for the week and maybe the summer at the Coskeet Range for breaking 25 for 25 Clay pigeons. John Boozel earned his horsemanship Merit badge and Joe Kauffman and Harold Grant earned Merit badges in marksmanship. On the Rifle Range those earning Marksman awards were Terry Farmer Dave Clark Joe Kauffman and Harold Grant. Those earning a pro Marksman were John Kauffman Steve Goodwin and Mike Hileman. We did quite Well too on the water front. Those earning shark William Reschly 74, passes away William Reschly 74, died wednesday july 5, 1961, at the Washington county Hospital where had been a patient for one week. He had been a resident of Olds for 30 years. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2 30 in the sugar Creek mennonite Church with interment there. The Rev. Willard Leihhty Rev. Vernon Gerig and Rev. Simon Gingerich were in charge. Arrangements were in charge of the Zehr funeral Home. Casket bearers were Edward Reschly Robert Kauffman Fred Roth Dudley Pankoke Meredith Reschly and Gary Reschly. Or. Reschly was born oct. 14, 1886, a son of Joseph and Anna Roth Reschly. He was married on nov. 17, 1910 to Katie Swartzendruber who survives. Other survivors Are six children mrs. Ruth Kauffman of Bay City mich., Harold of Olds Floyd of Wayland Ralph of Columbus Junction mrs. Elgin Pankoke of local news notes or. And mrs. Clark Loder accompanied their son Wyman Loder of Chicago to Rogers ark., where they will visit their daughter and sister mrs. Roger Schumann and to Tulsa okla., where they will visit a son and brother Wallace Loder and their families. They plan to gone about a week. Or. And mrs. Maurice Gowey of Brighton and or. And mrs. Don Hofstra and Leeann of Richland were guests tuesday evening at a Steak Barbecue at the Home of their son and brother or. And mrs. Joe Gowey and sons. Emma Gingerich resident of the Pleasantview Home in Kalona spent several Days last week at the Home of her brother Rev. And mrs. Simon Gingerich. Or. And mrs. T. E. Myer and Phillip have returned to their Home Here after visiting their daughter and sister Barbara myer at Washington d. C. They returned Home the Way of viagra Falls where they did sightseeing. Or. And mrs. Paul Strickfaden Winfield and mrs. Ray Roth of i of Nichols Iowa have moved to it. Pleasant 21 grandchildren three Sisters mrs. Harris Boese mrs. Emma Roth and mrs. Amasa Miller of Wayland one brother Harry of Crawfordsville and five half Brothers Joseph of Noble Henry of Olds Ervin and Glen of Wayland and John of Hesston Kansas. Honor status no holding action Date is postponed the National Board of directors of the National Farmers organization no saturday announced postponement of the Date of an All out holding action until aug. 7, when an no meeting for action will called in Des Moines. On this Date members will decide on whether to go into an All out holding action with the strength the organization has at that time or whether to take some additional time to further strengthen the organization. Last August an no meeting for action in Des Moines was attended More than 10,000 members. At this meeting the members voted to commit the no to an All out holding action on or before july i 1961, based on Progress. A after careful deliberation of the situation the National Board came to the conclusion that More could gained the organization if an All out action was deferred at this time a an no statement said. Lake Darling school hearing set for july 27 the Appeal the Lake Darling proposed school District to the state department of Public instruction will heard in the state office building in Des Moines on thursday july 27 at 9 30 a. In. Hulme family reunion the following children grandchildren and great grandchildren of the late Howard and Anna Hulme held a family picnic at Mcmillan Park in it. Pleasant sunday or. And mrs. Harold Hulme or. And mrs. Albert Rich and family or. And mrs. Lester Ross or. And mrs. Stanley Hulme and daughter or. And mrs. John Hinkle and Steven or. And mrs. Carl plunder and family or. And mrs. George Boller and boys All of it. Pleasant mrs. Olive Boller or. And mrs. Max Hulme and Jim of Wayland or. And mrs. Floyd Dale and miss Beulah Hulme of Des Moines or. And mrs. Max Campbell of Lockridge mrs. Ronald Wilson and baby son of Bettendorf. Or. And mrs. Sam Hulme were unable to attend. Among High school graduates who have now been notified that they will eligible for Honor status when they enrol at the state University of Iowa in september is Chris Wyse son of the or. C. C. Wyser a of Wayland. Students who a scores on act awards which is the first class tests indicate that they will rank requirement for swimming were Ien tining fresh Dave c., Terry f., Mike h., John Man class Are ranted Hon it it a Sta k., John b., Joe k., and Harold Tus at suit according to prof. G. Those who passed the tests Rhodes Dunlap director of the for frogs were Tom r. And Steve honors program. They must g. Maintain a average at the uni rrl0.�?z. Diversity to continue in the pro there were Many other Active Guam ties such As Archery volleyball or. And mrs. K. B. Macavoy of san Francisco calif., mrs. Malcolm Macdonald of Reno Nevada and grandson Michael steers of san Francisco left for their Homes tuesday after having been called Here the illness of their Mother mrs. Ben Neff. Social hour club the following members of the social hour club met at the Home of mrs. Everett Monson on thursday afternoon july 6 mrs. Jim Holub Bertha Shumaker Jemina Mcclintic mrs. Alice Kauffman mrs. Effie Brooks mrs. S. E. Umphrey mrs. Fred Martin mrs. Nita Henss mrs. Nina Zear mrs. Arthur Wyse mrs. Arthur Messer mrs. Ethan Brooks and mrs. Rex Swan. Visitors were mrs. Emma Allen of Parkview Home Brenda Harris of Fairfield and Patricia and Kathy Payne of Lockridge. After the usual business entertainment was led mrs. S. E. Umphrey. It was decided to have a picnic at noon in the West Park at the next regular meeting. Members enjoyed having mrs. Holub and mrs. Henss present after quite a Long absence. Only one member mrs. Cora Steier was absent As she was unable to attend. As usual refreshments were had at the close of the meeting and All were grateful to the hostess for a very pleasant afternoon. Horseshoe the Bee hive Trail Riding canoeing and boating swimming nature trails crafts and just Plain relaxing. There were Many tests passed while in Camp. Eight of the ten boys advanced one rank. The following scouts advanced to second class John Boozel Tom Richens Berger Mike Hileman Joe Kauffman John Kauffman Steve Goodwin Harold Grant and Terry Farmer. Dave Clark had passed his tests just before going to Camp and so worked on first class requirements. Most of the boys passed several of the first class requirements while in Camp so it would not too Long before they become first class scouts. The biggest obstacles Here will learning International Morse code and first Aid. The week was much too Short but there will other Camps and campfires before Many Moons come and go. In the meantime we Are getting ready for other Camps and practising the scouting ideals. Troop 14 had the following boys in Camp for the week of july 2-8 John Boozel Tom Richenberger Mike Hileman Joe Kauffman John Kauffman Steve Goodwin Harold Grant Terry Farmer Dave Clark and Steve Alliman. Or. And mrs. Arthur Allred Jaunita and Marcia were guests sunday at a Barbecue dinner at the Edwin stauffer Home. Receives Merit award forty six iowans have been granted University Merit awards of $100 each at the state University of Iowa for use during the 1961-62 school year according to Charles Mason coordinator of student Aid. John Graber son of or. And mrs. W. J. Graber Wayland was among the students who received the awards. Merit awards were established in 1945 the state Board of regents for students who Are residents of Iowa and have completed one year or More of class work at Sui with a average or higher and Are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and citizenship. Rev. And mrs. Harvey Noordsy of Glenmont n. Y., Are the parents of a 6 Pound and 8 ounce daughter Jeanne Elizabeth born july to. Mrs. Noordsy smother mrs. John Koehler of Ainsworth and sister mrs. V. H. Boekelman of Wayland went to new York to make the acquaintance of the new daughter and assist with the household duties. Wenger family reunion the 16th reunion of the Joseph Wenger family was held in Sunset Park at Washington on july 9 with 130 present. After the Basket dinner at noon a Short program was Given arranged or. And mrs. Neal Roth. Or. And mrs. Simon Leihhty and or. And mrs. Harold Wenger were in charge of the general arrangements. The committees appointed for next year Are or. And mrs. Mah Lon Wyse and or. And mrs. Royce Roth for general arrangements and or. And mrs. Raymond Wenger and or. And mrs. Glen Wenger for the program. Those attending were or. And mrs. Glen Wenger and sons or. And mrs. Vernon Wyse and family or. And mrs. Neal Roth and family or. And mrs. Robert Suter and sons David and Mildred Wenger de Wenger or. And mrs. Elmer Roth and daughters or. Their new Home in Wayland. Or. Strickfaden has taken Over his duties As superintendent of the Wayland Community schools. Or. And mrs. Strickfaden have two daughters Sandra who will a Junior at the state University of Iowa. Iowa City and Donna who graduated from High school this Spring and is now attending a. I. C. At Davenport. Mrs. Bill Waggoner and Vicky of Washington spent thursday with mrs. Nina Bain to help her observe her birthday which she celebrated Friday. In the evening or. Waggoner and or. And mrs. Don Bealer and family brought ice Cream and cake and spent the evening at the Bain Home Florence Bergh left thursday for Creston where she spent several Days. Mrs. Marguerite Gingerich and Darlene have returned to their Home in Iowa City after visiting their daughter and sister or. And mrs. Bill Burden at Pasadena Texas. Warren Bergh spent the 4th at the Home of his daughter or. And mrs. Delmar Larsen and son at Columbus Ohio and mrs. Bergh who had been at the Larsen Home for the past several weeks assisting with the household duties and making the acquaintance of her new grandson returned Home with him. Evening Bethel wms a provided appropriate decorated mint cups in keeping with the 4th of july Holiday at the Parkview retirement Home for table decorations. On thursday evening residents enjoyed red raspberries Given to the Home or. And mrs. Joe unternahrer. Jacob Eicher 90, Dies Friday a. M. Jacob Eicher 90, died Friday july 7, 1961 at 8 a. In. At the Parkview Home in Wayland where had resided for the past month. Services for or. Eicher were held sunday at 2 30 p. In. In the Wayland mennonite Church with the Rev. Omer Nisley in charge. Interment was in the Eicher cemetery. Zehr funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were William Brooks Laurence Henss Donald Kauffman John Dill Hulme j. B. Magdefrau and or. C. C. Wyse. He was the son of Daniel Eicher and Magdelena Klopfenstein Eicher. He was bom december 13, 1870 and lived in the Wayland Community his entire life. On August 2, 1921 married Grace Moothart. His wife and four children survive one daughter mrs. George Marie Boozel Wayland Daniel or. Charles and Frank Eicher All of Iowa City. There Are eleven grandchildren. Birth announcements or. And mrs. Erwen Graber Are the parents of an 8 Pound and la ounce son Joel Jose bom saturday july i at the memorial Hospital it. Pleasant. Joel has two Sisters and one brother. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Graber sr., Wayland and mrs. Martha Smith North Newton Kansas step grandmother. Or. And mrs. Albert Reimer of Hillsboro Kansas Are the parents of an 8 Pound and 5 ounce daughter Beverly Ann bom monday july 3. She has two Sisters and two Brothers. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Alfred wag Ler Wayland. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Miller Are the parents of a 7 Pound and i ounce daughter Tina Janelle bom wednesday july 5 at the memorial Hospital. Tina has three Sisters and two Brothers. Or. And mrs. Omer Roth Wayland Are maternal grandparents and or. And mrs. Ira Miller Batavia Are paternal grandparents. Great grandmothers Are mrs. Edith Yount Washington mrs. C. E. Ripley West Des Moines and mrs. W. D. Miller Atlantic. Shower mrs. Fred Lyon was honoured at a Surprise Pink and Blue Shower thursday evening at the Home of mrs. George fort. Co hostesses were mrs. Larry Farrington and mrs. Paul Lyon. Appropriate games were played during the evening. The honoree opened the Many useful gifts which had been placed in a decorated Bassinet after which refreshments were served the hostesses. Tray favors were or. And mrs. Larry Bain and diaper nut cups. Mrs. Bains Mother mrs. Dunn of j guests present were the Hon Chicago and or. And mrs. Bill Oree along with mrs. Joe Graber Mueller of Davenport spent the mrs. Helen Carter mrs. Carl week end at the parental Dale Reschly mrs. Gene Story mrs. Bain Home. Glen Richenberger mrs. John mar or. And mrs. Dwain sinn of1 mrs. Lester Tschantz mrs. Abilene Kansas arrived sunday for Andy Tschantz mrs. De Wagler and mrs. Mahlon Wyse Richard and Becky or. And mrs. Glen Richard and family or. And mrs. Gene Wyse and Curtis Vernon Ronald and Leland Leihhty or. And mrs. James Leihhty Joyce and Loren mrs. John r. Wenger or. And mrs. J. C. Wenger or. And mrs. Raymond Wenger John and James or. And mrs. Ira Wenger Kenneth and Wayne or. And mrs. Harold Wenger and family or. And mrs. Noah unternahrer and family or. And mrs. Jake unternahrer Ralph Johnnie and Clarence or. And mrs. Simon Leihhty and family or. And mrs. Leonard Leihhty Dallas and Elaine or. And mrs. Gerald Marner Rosanna Rosella and Stanley or. And mrs. Orlin Leihhty John Dale and Audrey or. And mrs. Hugh Conrad or. And mrs. William Potratz and boys and Roy Wenger. Visitors were mrs. Joe Buzzard from Scottdale pa., Rachel Fisher from Lancaster pa., Winifred Boshart from Wayland and Mary Troyer from Kalona. Mrs. Vernon Roth Jason Joan and Jackie attended a to of clock Tea of the graduating class of mrs. Roth at the Home of mrs. Bob Henry at South English thursday morning. They also attended the class dinner at the Home of mrs. Warren Hershberger at South English on the same Day. And mrs. Dwight Messer All of Wayland mrs. John Daines and Charlotte mrs. Marilyn Lamb and Helen Lamb of it. Pleasant and Marcella Miller Margaret \ Inton and mrs. John Musgrove of Washington. La two weeks visit at the parental Wade sinn Home and other relatives Here. Those who served As Cooks at the Parkview Home sunday were or. And mrs. Omer Roth or. And mrs. James Troutman mrs. Ervin stauffer and Herbert Swan. Or. And mrs. Robert Hann Barbara Bobby and Jmmy of West Lake Ohio spent last week at the parental W. Schlatter Home. They left saturday for Joliet 111., where they spent the week end at the Home of his parents. Barbara and Bobby Hann remained for a two a reeks a visit at the Don Rinner Home at Washington. J mrs. Elmer Roth or. And mrs. Supper guests at the Don earn Dale Diers or. And mrs. Arthur est Home monday evening in Hon-1 Boshart or. And mrs. We. Conor of their daughter Michelle a 3rd Rad or. And mrs. Herman Leich birthday were or. And mrs. Elty or. And mrs. Ira Wenger or. Mer Earnest and Ronnie and or. And mrs. J. C. Wenger Ida Conand mrs. Lowell Leihhty and fam Rad and Carol Ogden or. And mrs. Ily. I Earnest and Ronnie and or. And picnic supper the Golden Rule sunday school class of Bethel Church met at the West Park Friday evening for a picnic supper. Or. And mrs. Elmer Earnest and or. And mrs. We. Leihhty were in charge of arrangements. Those present were or. And or. And mrs. Harold Kauffman were in Des Moines monday tuesday and wednesday w Here Harold attended a supervisors meeting for United Basie. Or. And mrs. John Anderson and family of Glenview 111., were House guests at the or. C. C. Wyse Home saturday through tuesday. Mrs. Leihhty. Or. And mrs. C. E. Shumaker we Ere hosts at a cooperative picnic Friday evening honouring s. E. Umphrey on his birthday. Others present we Ere mrs. Umphrey or. And mrs. Wade Huffman or. And mrs. James Troutman or. And or. Bill Hileman took Over his mrs. Richard Shumaker and Mike dental duties As an associate with and or. And mrs. W. E. Schantz. Or. Muschamp at Corning . And mrs. Orie Boese had1 or. And mrs. Ralph Sellner of As their guests at an outdoor picnic the 4th or. And mrs. Marvin Sadie and Frances Davison of Widmer and Dianne and or. And Washington spent monday evening a mrs. Warren Schlatter and Dau at the w. R. Davison Home. Giters. Milwaukee Wisconsin spent from thursday through saturday at the Elmer Neff Home and with other friends Here. Mrs. Sellner was the former Helen Lemke
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