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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 thursday july 18, 1963 established in 1895 published every thursday at Wayland Henry county Iowa entered As second class matter at the Post office at Wayland Iowa under the act of March 3, 1879. Clifford w. Elmore editor Waunita Kauffman Wayland office manager phone al6-2261 or 6-3086 National editorial i h#c8t in Ibe Wayand mennonite be the firs of a Benes of Mea sponsor Camp for Church Omer Nisley pastor Laverne Graber sunday school supt. Wednesday july 17 All Day sewing at the Church sunday july 21 worship service 9 00 a. In. Rev. A. Van Der Smissen will bring the message. Sunday school at 10 00 a. In. No evening service. Faithful followers picnic at Sunset Park in Washington at 6 00 p. In. By vet so Zin ple mentally handicapped be of help to you individually. The United commercial travel a the Barrier swept away. This is the second of a series of messages on the Christian life and practice. Affiliate member in Iowa per year_________$3.00 out of state per year $3.50 hostess to party mrs. John Alderson was hostess at a birthday party Friday afternoon in Honor of her son mikes 10th birthday. Mike was the recipient of Many Nice gifts. Several games were played and the remainder of the afternoon was spent playing Ball. The refreshment table was entered with a baseball Mitt cake and a baseball cup cake nestled in the Mitt. The cake was baked and decorated by mrs. Elmer Schrock. Baseball decorated cup cakes similar to the one in the Mitt Dixie cups and Kool Aid were served. Favors were chocolate balls wrapped and decorated As baseballs. Those present were Ricke stauffer Duane Gugel Robert Osborne Jason Roth Jeff and John Goldsmith Larry Hildebrand Donnie David and Gary Eichelberger Joe Alliman Ricky Peter soft rred. Leichty Jimmy Widmer Scott Wyse and his fresh air guest Steve Voltierra and mikes brother Jay and Donnie. Bethel mennonite Church Willard r. Leichty pastor j Clayton Widmer Ira Wenger s. S. Suits. 9 30 a. In. Sunday school i 10 80 a. In. Worship service. 7 30 p. Rn., evening service wednesday july 24, 7 45 p. In. Adult Bible study and prayer meeting. Also a meeting for the children. Eicher emm. Mennonite t. A. Van Der Smissen pastor Marvin Widmer supt. 9 30, sunday school. 10 30 worship service. Message a the must of the decreasing self. 7 30 evening service. Attend Church somewhere you Are cordially invited to worship with us sugar Creek mennonite Church ministers Vernon Gerig Simon Gingerich Robert Hartzler sunday school suits. A Dwight Graber Jake Roth. Intermediate dept. S. S. Supt. A Joe Freyenberger Junior dept. S. S. Supt. A Darreld stauffer. Primary dept. S. S. Supt. A Rachel Leichty sunday july 21 9 30 a. Rn., sunday school 10 30 a. Rn., morning worship. 6 45 p. Rn., evening worship. Outdoor music program and hymn sing. Thursday evening july 25 adult and children a mid week service. Or. And mrs. Richard Cummings and family of Sarasota Florida Are visiting at the Home of or. Cummings aunts the Rex swans and Ethan Brooks Homes. Or. And mrs. Lewis Speidel and grandson David left july to for their Home in you Ciampia California after visiting with relatives Here. Fern Cliff evangelical free Church a preaching Christ the Hope of the world e. C. Schumacher pastor a therefore salvation if of Faith that it might be by Grace a a a a romans 4 16a wednesday july 17 7 45 p. Rn., Bible study and prayer. Sunday services 9 45 a. In. Bible school Robert Willits supt. 10 45 a. Rn., worship a the Church in the life of the believers 7 30 evening service a How to recover lost Joy come a and worship Christ with us Cottonwood e. U. B. Church announcements Rev. H. R. Dymale minister Glen Imhoff s. S. Supt. Sunday 9 15, morning worship 10 15 sunday school 7 30, evening service Hope lutheran Church Rev. Abelmann pastor sunday july 21, 8 45 a. Rn., sunday school 10 00 a. Rn., worship service 7 30 p. Rn., Luther league monday july 22 7 00 9 00 p. Rn., confirmation instruction. 3-5-10-15 Gal. Size Kessler distributing co Fairfield Iowa Wayland methodist circuit Harold w. Nichols minister Finley worship 9 00 a. In. Church school 9 50 a. In. Cleo Rodgers supt. M. Y. F., 6 30 p. Rn., at Trenton. Trenton Church school 9 00 a. In. Cost mrs. John Leyden supt. Worship 10 00 a. In. Cost m. Y. F., 6 30 p. In. Cost Wayland Church school 10 00 a. In. Cost Don Rich supt. Worship 11 05 a. Rn., Cost m. Y. F., 6 30 p. Rn., at Trenton. Independent Bible Church Corner of Highway 78 and Washington St. Be must be born again pastor Rev. Marlin Rasmussen adult s. S. Supt., Leo Wagner youth s. E. Supt., Jerry Owen sunday 9 30 a. In. Sunday Bible school 10 45 a. In. Morning worship 7 15 p. In. Youth meetings 7 45 menus prayer meeting. Adult Bible class 8 00 evening service will be a saluting the saints. This will South o town a by mrs. Andy Kaufman or. And mrs. Leroy Kaufman and family were sunday afternoon visitors at the Laurence Swift Home at Washington. Or. And mrs. Andy Kaufman and Lois spent sunday afternoon with Ben Neff. Or. And mrs. Allen Clark were sunday dinner guests at the parental Arthur Messer Home. Our sympathy goes to the Aaron Liechty family. They lived for a number of years in the Douglas Community. Or. And mrs. Wallace Blake Stead the former Marie Kaufman of Humboldt have named their new daughter Nancy Lynn. Ida Richard visited thursday and Friday at the Elmer Schrock Home. Or. And mrs. Jim Emerson and family and or. And mrs. Ray Rich spent sunday evening at the Allen Clark Home. Rev. And mrs. Vernon Gerig and or. And mrs. Will Richard visited at the Fanny Graber Home sunday afternoon. Ers will assist in the sponsorship of five Camps for the mentally handicapped youth of Iowa. This was announced by or. Loran Braught recreation chairman for the Iowa association for retarded children. Said or. Braught a the dream of most boys and girls is for an Outing at Camp. This has often been denied the five Camps will be in operation this year. Their name location dats of camping sponsorship and directors Are Camp Lookout Montrose August 18-23, Des Moines county association for retarded children mrs. Edwina ter Welp Burlington. Camp Sokal Cedar rapids August 18-24, Linn county association for retarded children mrs. Georgia Colbert Cedar rapids. Camp y. W. C. A., Boone August 18-21, Des Moines y. W. C. A., Des Moines Des Moines mrs. Ethel Terrell Des Moines. Camp Aldersgate Villisca August 25-31, Iowa association for retarded children mrs. George Snyder Villisca. Camp Dickenson Okoboji will have two separate periods August 19-21 and 22-24, dickensian county association for retarded children mrs. Charlotte Mcdiarmid spirit Lake. S. R. Christensen the associations executive stated that parents should immediately apply to the Camp of their Choice. The minimum age is nine years. A we Are also Happy that the y. W. C. A. Sponsored Camp at Waterloo though not part of the state Effort in camping by u. C. T., will also serve the retarded August 12-16 with miss Nancy Brockman director of Waterloo. In addition the Dubuque county association mrs. Frank Hickey chairman announces camping for the retarded at the a by a Camp starting sunday August 25th to 31st.�?� Coppock news a by mrs. L. Arbogast or. And mrs. De Echaniz spent several Days at the Charles Segren Home in Dixon Illinois. They attended the funeral of or. Segrena a brother while there. Or. Gleede Dold and Evelyn and mrs. Fred Dold spent the fourth at the Edwin Leeper Home at mount pleasant. Gleede Dold went to the doctor at Marengo on monday. Or. And mrs. Dwight Manning and family of Wayland or. And mrs. Pete Smith and children of Ottumwa or. And mrs. Lyle Manning and children of Olds and Don and Carla Carroll of Muscatine called at the Ray Manning Home sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Jim sinn and children of Washington visited at the Art sinn Home on sunday. Patty sinn of Brighton stayed with Georgia White from sunday until tuesday evening. Several folks from Coppock attended the funeral services of mrs. C. M. Benson held monday at the observes 8th birthday Shelda Wyse observed her 8th birthday saturday afternoon with a party at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Don Wyse. Games were played during the afternoon after which the honoree opened her Many Nice gifts. Refreshments of homemade ice Cream birthday cake and a Cool drink were served by her Mother her grandmothers mrs. Sam Christner and mrs. H. L. Wyse who were assisted by mrs. Velma Messer and Elizabeth. Guests were her sister Tanya and classmates Patty sue Thoma Judy Hulme Suzanne Burkholder Cynthia sinn Maria Rich Laura Blosser Laura Jean Leichty Carmen Roth Shirley Boese Sandra Hirschy Christa Smith Deana Freyenberger Barbara Reschly and Twyla Grieser. Favors of balloons Candy bars and Little puzzles were Given to the guests before they left for their Homes. Vacation at Okoboji t i or. And mrs. John Swartzen Jones funeral Home in washing drub i. Jef and a of w Rem vat c uan i 7 Farmers Casway lumber co White Pine ship Lap so. It .9c red Cedar House siding %x6, so. .9c 1x8 car siding so. .12c common nails per 50 la. Box.$5.95 32�?� hog wire per rod.85c Roll roofing 45 lh., per roll.$1.59 heavy Barb wire 80 Rod spool.$8.25 thick butt shingles sq.$6.98 Alcoa Alum. Insulated siding per sq.$3600 5 Gal. Roof coating.$2.99 Blanket insulation so. .4c exterior White House paint Gal.$2.49 mahogany pre finished panelling so. It. .12j4c comb. Screen and storm doors each. $10.50 always for less at Farmers Cash Way lumber co. Washington Iowa Hulme picnic held sunday the following families enjoyed their annual picnic at Mcmillian Park in mount pleasant for sunday dinner. They were the descendants of the late or. And mrs. Howard Hulme or. And mrs. Max Hulme and Jim or. And mrs. Sam Hulme mrs. Olive Boller or. And mrs. Richard Hulme and family or. And mrs. J. D. Hulme and family or. And mrs. John Hinkle and Steve All of Wayland or. And mrs. Harold Hulme or. And mrs. Albert Rich and family or. And mrs. Carl Plummer and family or. And mrs. George Boller and sons All of mount pleasant miss Beulah Hulme of Des Moines and or. And mrs. Max Campbell and son of Lockridge. Hosts at family picnic or. And mrs. Dale Garrett and sons were hosts at their Home at a picnic dinner sunday to a group of Boese cousins. Those present were Chris Hertig or. And mrs. Donnie Hertig and daughters or. And mrs. Clinton Hertig or. And i mrs. Harold Rixe or. And mrs Albert Boese and Arley or. And mrs. Orval Miller and Arley or. And mrs. Stanley Miller mrs. Verna Kaufman or. And mrs. Archie Kaufman and family or. And mrs. Richard Kaufman and family or. And mrs. Harold Wylie and daughter Leona Kaufman or. And mrs. Clarence Kaufman and family or. And mrs. Ralph Reschly and or. And mrs. Glenn Imhoff. Ton. Mrs. Benson taught Coppock school for Many years. Most of our children went to her. It was in the Coppock school where the rhythm band was first started. At that time she took it to Des Moines and they played Over who radio and also on a trip to new Ork. She was loved by All and will be greatly missed. Our sym Pathy goes to the family. Or. And mrs. De Schantz and or. And mrs. Cecil Riley went to a clinic at Bloomfield on tuesday. Or. Schantz went for a Check up and mrs. Riley stayed for medical care. Or. And mrs. Virgil Aldrich of Wayland and or. And mrs. Pat Jones and daughter and grandchildren of Olds spent sunday at the Kenneth Hesser Home. Jean Arbogast spent tuesday night and wednesday with Patty sinn of Brighton. The ladies Aid held an All Day quilting in the Church basement thursday. A picnic lunch was served at noon. It was Cool there and we got quite a lot of quilting done. Mrs. Mary Wiggins of it. Pleasant was a guest. Land Are spending their vacation at vacation Village on West Okoboji Lake. They will be enjoying swimming sunning fishing and the Many other activities in the Iowa great lakes Region until july 13. There floras Rummer Ipoh Bona pus it Grace Hebe of Wesley acres in Des Moines spent several a Onu it her vacation visiting relatives n. A a. And friends in Wayland. J Ronnie Fritz Brighton of 4-4139 tractor conversions from gasoline to l. P. Gas a come in and talk to our convert Sion Man. No Money Down lot the savings pay the conversion Job. L. P. Gas systems Soo a 1000 gallon tanks sold a leased a rental Contact your the mogas bottle Gas dealers in Washington area or come in to our Plant at 405 no. 7th a dial of 3-4776. The mogas co. After 5 p. In. Call Larry Neff Wayland al 6-2221 Harry Rader Washington a of 3-5170 visit aunt and Uncle Marcia and Diane Dickinson of Keosauqua spent the past week with their aunt and Uncle or. Anji mrs. Warren Schlatter. On saturday evening they were joined by their parents or. And mrs. Harold Dickinson and Rhonda or. And mrs. Donald Baker and family of Batavia or. And mrs. Everette Baker and sons of Packwood and or. And mrs. Sam Baker of Richland for a barbequed Steak supper at the Schlatter Home. Roofing a All types including hot tar free estimates All roofs guaranteed 20 years free annual inspection on All hot tar roofs. Brewer amp sons phone 257-6278 Winfield Iowa report of condition of Wayland state Bank on jne29d 1963 of to a 3t the dose of business supper guests mrs. Eva Sodergren or. And mrs. Dick Sodergren Paul Carol and Judy of Arcadia California or. And mrs. Tom Wenger and family of Muscatine or. And mrs. Chris Wenger and family of Bur Lington or. And mrs. Rex Severt and family of Wellman and mrs. Edith Boshart were tuesday evening supper guests at the a. C. Wenger Home. Evening callers were or. And mrs. Ronald Roth and mrs. Frances Murphy of mount pleasant mrs. Hazel Hayes of Davenport mrs. Marjorie Boshart of Iowa City or. And mrs. Claude Goldsmith and boys mrs. Joe Good and mrs. Fred Hixson. Local news notes or. And mrs. Elmer Meyer and or. And mrs. Orval Meyer attended the funeral of John Jadot at Kent Ohio saturday afternoon. Or. Jadot was the father in Law of mrs. Bill Jadot the former Esther Meyer. Mrs. Elmer Meyer remained for a longer visit with friends and relatives in Ohio. Dean Boese son of or. And mrs. Harold Boese fell out of the Hay mow tuesday afternoon breaking the big Bone in his right Arm that fits into the wrist socket. The break was set at the local doctors office. W. S. C. S. Met thursday w. S. C. S. Of the Wayland methodist Church met with mrs. J Eda Boshart thursday july la. I mrs. George Brooks opened the j meeting with the devotional per f Iod. A missionary skit was Given by mrs. Sherm Umphrey mrs. Eve Erett Monson and mrs. George Brooks. Nineteen members were present. Donna Bergstrom Steve and Lorrie Mast spent the weekend in Minneapolis Minnesota at the Gary Mast Home. Kathy Mast who had been assisting with the household duties at the Home of her brother the past ten Days returned to her Home. Mrs. Gary Mast had appendectomy surgery. Or. And mrs. Leonard Peachey and daughter Gladys of Mifflin Pennsylvania arrived monday for a visit with mrs. Peachey a brother Rev. Robert Hartzler mrs. Hartzler and daughters. Beredine Gerig left sunday for Camp Amigo near Sturgis Michigan where she will serve As Counselor for two weeks. She plans to attend a wedding in Pennsylvania before returning Home. Milton Roth is in mercy Hospital Iowa City where he is in traction. Assets Cash balances with other Banks and Cash items in process of collection j 337 1 to Fin United states government obligations Quot direct and guaranteed. <y3nn4riq obligations of states and political subdivisions 102 7oo 71 Loans and discounts including $1,050.97 overdrafts j 277 107 38 Bank premises owner $14,212.69, furniture a and fixtures $4,066.00 is 978 co total assets. Liabilities demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations a 935 334 Sqq time and savings deposits of Ingvid ideals partnerships and corporations 905 960 52 deposits of states and political subdivisions 114 784 04 certified and officers checks Etc. 2 93r 81 total deposits i.$1,959,045.37&Quot&Quot a a total demand deposits _ 1,053,084.85 b total time and savings �?.905,960.52 other liabilities 4� total liabilities 959,445.3? capital accounts capital a common Stock total Par value $50,000. $ 50,000.00 z 50,000.00 undivided profits 2loqi9 9n total capital accounts _ 310w20 total liabilities and capital Quot Quot Aiu Yiu accounts. $2,270,357.57 we a. B. Magdefrau president and j. Laurence Henss cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is True and Correct to the Best of our knowledge and belief. A a. B. Magdefrau president j. Laurence Henss cashier Correct attest Otto f. Frey j. G. Widmer Warren h. Bergh Lyle j. Zehr directors. State of Iowa county of Henry is sworn to and subscribed before me this Lith Day of july 1963, and i hereby certify that i am not an officer or director of this Bank. My commission expires july 4, 1966. Seal Kris Nebel notary Public

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