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18 Jul 1963

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18 Jul 1963

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Wayland News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1963, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa i thursday july 18, 1963 by Cliff Elmore a and god is Able to make All Grace abound toward you that be always having All sufficiency in All things May abound to every Good 2 Corinth. 9 8 some people fail the lord because they feel that they done to have what it takes to do his will. The lord never asks us to do anything that he Don t first give us the strength to Complete. We must make use of the things he gives us. Wayland a Homecoming is Over for another year a and i think most everyone was pleased with the Success of this years Celebration. There was a wonderful turn out on wednesday evening. Guess that a the most people in be seen in Wayland at one time. Try As i could last tuesday there just Wasny to time enough to get everything done to get Here in time to get pictures of the Parade. We tried to get the Brighton paper on the press Early so we could be Here at Parade time but the harder we tried the More interruptions there were from the Washington evening journal Bob Elliott did get some pictures so we begged them for this weeks paper. Waco Board hires superintendent and principal at a special Board meeting the Waco Board of education hired or. Byron h. Thomas of Coggon As Waco superintendent and or. V. H. Boekelman of Washington As High school principal at Olds. The Board also at the same time i accepted the resignation of or. Fred Ekstrand As Waco coach who will become athletic director at Iowa Wesleyan College in it. Pleasant. Or. Thomas was a former superintendent at the Olds school and resigned that position in the 1962 reorganization. He will replace Carl e. Luse. Or. Boekelman formerly taught math in the Wayland High school system and attended the state University of Iowa the past school year. He will replace John Alder son. Number 36 Homecoming attendance Good Queen Parade winners a Ron c. Liechty 69, died sunday july 14 fair weather and sunny skies Aaron c Leech in of to m co operated with the crowds at k. And Sarah Conrad Liechty he Wayland Home comm m the in Washin to a Ujj i two Day celeb Rafon tuesday and Iowa on jul wednesday of last week fully pas3ed from this Harlan amusements had memorial Hospital in it. Pleasant la lot oaf m a death comes to mrs. Roy Statler 63 a two Day Lay Over set up their rides and concessions for business monday evening. Scheduled activities started at 12 30 p. Tuesday. The fire trucks which were in the Parade had to make an unscheduled run to the former Eicher farm West of town where a Combine operated on sunday morning july 14, 1963, aged 69 years 11 months and 20 Days. He received his education in the schools of Washington county. On october 15, 1919, he was United in marriage to Lovina Koebel with whom he shared life for Over 43 years. To this Union were born by Maurice Grieser upset and three children Robert k. Of Wash mrs. Roy Statler 63, of four Corners near Lockridge died Friday july 12, at the Jefferson county Hospital where she had been a patient three Days. She was born december 26, 1899, at Washington the daughter of Mary Ann and John m. Lynn. On March 22, 1922, she was married to Roy s. Statler at the Home tie photographer of her parents surviving Are her husband and the following children Shirley Mae Norton and Faith Hope Keller both of Fairfield Mary Ann Rich of Wayland and Robert Roy Statler of Osceola seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister. Funeral services were held monday july 15, at 2 p. M., at the Weston Behner funeral Home in Fairfield. Rev. Jay Roland Crandall officiated. Burial was in the Lockridge cemetery. Liquor by the drink the Law that made us think most of our troubles were past. Where Are the supporters with All their Many quarters or have they decided to fast notice the Story in the news this week on viewing the eclipse of the Sun. Don t look at the Sun during this Phenomena when the Moon passes Between the Earth and the Sun. Infa red Ray can do permanent damage to the eyes today when newlyweds Feather their nests you la usually find four parents who have been plucked. Sandy Luse Cente daughter of or. And mrs. Carl Luse was chosen As Wayland a Homecoming Queen by voters casting Penn votes. Zelda Graber left and Shirley Schlatter right were her attendants. A photo by Bob Elliott Wash. Eve. Journal invite participation in crop Appeal the Washington Henry county crop Board invites participation and representation by All interested individuals and Community groups. Some of the leaders and groups on the committee Are As follows Robert Rushing and Clyde Erwin Are county crop Campaign directors. Township supervisors Are Crawford township Crawfordsville Lions club Henry county by townships Scott Robert Pattison Wayne Clyde Erwin Jefferson Omer Nis Ley Trenton Harold Nichols Marion Don Haines and John Cornish and Canaan Roy Hoover. Other officers not mentioned Are Bob Miller As commodity manager and Tom Hotle As publicity director with Omer Nisley also serving As Secretary. Our goal in this area for the 1963 crop Appeal is the equivalent of 1400 bushels of soybeans to help feed and assist needy people throughout the world. The need for High protein foods is stressed this year to balance the diet of our starving neighbors for without protein in their diet they will fall prey to tuberculosis. The drive is now scheduled for Early september with september 1st As crop sunday september 3rd a Kickoff meeting and the canvass to be carried out from september 3rd through 14th. Revival services to held at Brighton first Church of god be burned. A colourful Parade was led by Max Roth Parade Marshall and the colors by Bain Hulme legion Post. Prize winners in the Parade were Kauffman a grocery with their Beautiful red and White float Rode by Tereasa Kauffman and Meredith Miller. Second place went to the Magdefrau office building who used the theme a let Freedom ring and the Liberty Bell Rode by Janice and de Boshart Christa Smith and Daniel Elmore. Third place went to Weldona turkeys inc., who used a Garden theme Complete with Rose trellis and swing. Rhonda stauffer Brenda Mcguire Jacki and Joani Roth and Kathy Clark Rode on this float. The Homecoming Queen Sandy Luse and her attendants Zelda Graber and Shirley Schlatter were in ton John b. Of it. Pleasant and Lois mrs. Norman Jones of Davis California. He was preceded in death by his parents two Brothers Noah and Emery. In his youth he accepted Christ As his Saviour and United with the sugar Creek mennonite Chirch and at the time of his marriage transferred to the Wayland mennonite Church of which he was a member at the time of his passing. He was a faithful member helping with the Church music teaching sunday school class and served terms As treasurer and Deacon of the Church. He with his wife and family lived and Farmed in the Wayland Community and served his Community As a school Board member and township assessor for a number of years. In 1944, he moved Trail ride july 21 All horse Back riders Are Welcome to join the Trail ride sunday july 21, sponsored by the Wayland Saddle club. Those wanting to ride Are asked to meet at the Arena at 1 00 p. The Wayland Saddle club will sponsor a horse show at the Arena on thursday evening August 15. More details will be Given in later editions. Or. And mrs. Roger Bain and daughters of Escondido California Are visiting at the parental Elmer Bain Home in Washington and with relatives Here. Revival services will be held at the Brighton first Church of god beginning sunday evening july 21st and continuing each evening through sunday july 28th. Services will Start at 7 30 . Cost. Rev. Richard c. Godsey of North Liberty will serve As evangelist. Rev. Godsey a native of Illinois has been serving pastorate in the Church of god in Iowa for approximately ten years. Presently he is serving As a pastor of the North Bend Church near North Liberty and the Salem Church near Haskins. Everyone is invited and will en-1 Joy Rev. Godsey a ministry of the simple gospel which is presented sincerely and effectively. Besides preaching there will be special singing each evening As Well As Good gospel congregational singing. Rev. V. G. Blosser pastor of the Church extends an invitation to the entire Community and neighbouring churches to attend. Tereasa Kauffman and Meredith Miller Are shown atop the winning Kauffman grocery float in tuesdays Parade. Introduced and crowned in Central j his family to a farm in the Ainsworth Community. In March 1958, they retired from farming and moved to their late Home in Wayland. He is survived by his wife three children two grandchildren sherie and Larry Liechty a brother Paul of Tipton and other relatives and friends. He was a kind and Loving husband father Grandfather and a Friend to All who knew him and will be greatly missed by his family and a Host of friends. Funeral services were held this morning wednesday at the Wayland mennonite Church with Rev. Vernon Gerig and Rev. Willard Leichty officiating. Casket bearers were e. R. Spraker John Park following the Parade. Various contests were held during the afternoon. A the wanderers from Farmington gave an hour instrumental and vocal program in Central Park. Wednesday activities were started with the kiddie Parade at 12 30. A a grandma a Little indians with the grandchildren of mrs. Hattie Nebel Christa Bruce Bryan Robin Dee and Cindy sinn Leland Saforek Ricky Nebel Timmy Cheryl and Rusty Barta took first place. A the nurses with Rhonda and Ricke stauffer second. A King and Queen of the Parade Kathy Meyer and Linda Peterson took third. A the round up with Mary Tom and Hugh Miller children of or. And mrs. John h. Miller was fourth and de were fifth . At the tractor pull in the lightweight division or. Coakley took first place Paul Miller second and Leonard Grieser third. In the heavy weight division David Allen Graber took first or. Coakley second and Leroy Meyer Donald Liechty Allen a the fishermen Janice Liechty Eugene Fleaner and Dean Boshart and Joan Rich pforts. Burial was in North Hill cemetery. Attend ballgame Laurence Henss Larry and Jim Leo Lange Jim Wyse and Laurence Shaffer attended the doubleheader baseball game sunday at Saint Louis Between the cardinals and Chicago cubs. The two teams each won a game. Among a theft attending were Linda Boozel Melvin Clark Kathy Henss Stanley Meyer or. And mrs. Jim Eiehue Luetger of Burlington or. And mrs. Jerry Nebel or. And mrs. Robert Roth and Steven of mount pleasant Dwain Tschantz and Mike or. And mrs. Don Myers Susan and Kevin. A grandma Little indians Quot were the winners of the kiddie i Arade entries in wednesdays Parade. The youngsters Are the grandchildren of mrs. Hattie Nebel. A Wayland news photo new arrival j vote approval to or. And mrs. Freddie Martin of split company Stock Climax Colorado Are the parents j stockholders of Iowa Southern of a 6 lb., 10 of. Son John Fred Arthur Davison and Ronnie mrs. Addie Davison and Jacque Hulme spent the weekend in Chicago visiting at the Home of the Davison a daughter or. And mrs. Paul Whitham and at the David Swift Home. Miss Mary Wittmer accompanied them and returned to her employment in Chicago after visiting at the parental Ezra Wittmer Home. Mrs. Arthur Davison who had been assisting with the household duties at the Whitham Home and making the acquaintance of a new grandson born to die Allah born Juhe 24 at the Boulder Community Hospital. John has four Sisters to Welcome him. Paternal grandparents Are John Martin Wayland and mrs. Gus Nordstrum of Broomfield Colorado. The Martin family has moved Back to Climax for the summer after spending the Winter in Denver. They report a record High of 78 temperatures at Climax. Services today for Edward c Wyse 81 funeral services for Edward c. use 81, who died Early monday a Glass blowing demonstration i t ?1�?T i Quot was held at the legion Hall for he mesday today at 1 31 . Cost at the Bethel Church North of Wayland of which he was a member. Rev. Simon Gingerich and Rev. Vernon Gerig will officiate. Interment will be at Bethel Church cemetery. Or. Wyse was born in Henry county nov. 27, 1882, the son of legion the ladies wednesday afternoon. Wednesday evening a crowd filled Central Park to capacity and enjoyed a musical program Given by the Guffey family from tvo Ottumwa. Following the program mrs. Clara Wenger a. B. Magdefrau and Frank Magdefrau were introduced As the oldest living native residents of Wayland. Winners in the Cash drawing were $25, Edith Hileman and Hazel Kaufman $15, Clara Wyse $10, Elsie Graber and $5 to Jean Roth Lydia Allison Delores Mcguire Delores Hinkle and Carl Sandeen. A total of 1494 persons registered during the two Days. Among Stephen s. And Barbara Schantz Wyse. He was married to Katie Frey Enberger. They had lived at the present farm for 54 years. Surviving is his wife two Brothers and two Sisters Elmer and Noah Wyse mrs. Lee Swartzendruber and mrs. Amanda Krabill All of the Wayland Community. Casket bearers were Lester Alli i i Uca icis were Lesier aim those from a a stance registering Man wikis a1iima James w were Anna Mae Huffer Ames y a or. And mrs. Max Sinclair Cedar rapids Mary Wittmer Chicago Diana and Marcia Dickinson Keosauqua Geo. Edgar Phillips in pianola or. And mrs. Chris Wenger West Burlington Steven Hoch Stetler Goshen Indiana Rebecca. Barbara and Debra unternahrer Legrange Indiana mrs. Herbert Ott and mrs. Hazel Hayes of Davenport c. A. A buds Ballard Oklahoma City Oklahoma or teen band to have dance Winfield Crescendo club teen Board is having a teen dance Friday night july 19, 1963 from 7 .0 utilities have voted approval of a plan to split the company a common Stock. This action occurred at a special meeting of the stockholders held july 15. Under the plan adopted stockholders will receive two shares of common Stock of $10 Par value or a total of $20 of Par value for each share of $15 Par value common Stock held. The authorized number of common shares was also increased to 2,500,000 from the previous 1,100, i social Security 000 shares. All common Stock of the company on record As of july 24 will be included in the split. The dividend rate for the new Mahlon Wyse Paul Troyer and Joe Krabill. Mrs. Dick Sodergren and family j busses. 4-h feeders spent Day in Chicago july 16 4-h club project feeders which numbered 123 from this area spent the Day in Chicago tuesday july 16, As guests of Yoder feeds inc. The group left Early tues and it May morning on special chartered and mrs. Eva Sodergren of Arcadia California Janice Decker Promise City a. A. Jackson Kalona Kenneth Hammel Keokuk activities included visits to the museum of science and Industry in the morning and of Hare Airport in the afternoon. In the of or. And mrs. Dean Manchester and j ter noon the group attended the family of Libertyville. J Chicago cubs Milwaukee braves baseball game at Wrigley Field. In addition to Yoder feed personnel who were in charge of the your social Security office in trip mrs. Charles Schrader and Burlington is open from 8 30 to mrs. Herb Schulte of Norway ac-4 30 monday through Friday. If j companies the group As Chaper the Whitham a returned to her Cendo membership card 25c with Home 1 out card. To 11 30 Cost at the Winfield j Stock will be decided upon at the Community building. A youths regular meeting of the company a Welcome. Shorts will not be al-1 Board of directors on july 26. Lowed. Admission�?10c with cres you cannot come to Burlington you May Contact our representative who will be in mount pleasant tuesday. July 23rd from 9 00 to 11 00 a. M., St at the Post office and in Washington wed ones. Those on the trip from Wayland were Duane and Theodore Roth Malcolm and Meredith Miller Tommy and Danny Eigsti David Eichelberger Dick and Bob Meyer i. , Anu Dod never s. Edna Eland of Ames visit mesday july 24th at the Post of Timmy and Gay Widmer and Jim Sunda it a with mrs Ida Boshart. Fice from 9 00 to 11 00 a. a St. and Kenny a Kaufman

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