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Wayland News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1963, Wayland, Iowa Noble news a by mrs Henry Yoder first ii shall report a a recipe Wheatland wyoming1, Emma Jean i news from Conrad of Rittman Ohio the Dan Parkview Iel Leichty Ernie and Russel Conrad were Friday evening sup which i had ago and have had Many fails few so Here goes. Pour two cans of prepared Cherry pie filling into a x 13 Inch pan then Sprinkle a regular size package of White or be Low cake mix Over it and crib Jonn Bate set Nutter a ver that i hesst0n> a a a a a. Wake until Well browned. Serve with ice Cream or whipped Cream. Please copy or clip before you go any further. Home Given some months per. Guests of grandma and aunt a Quot Quot Emma and Edith Roth. The Bethel Young people Are planning a ballgame at the Sommers school grounds tuesday evening. Mrs. John Reschly and Lois of. Accompanied miss Alice Reschly Home arriving at fort Madison Early sunday morning where Joe Reschly me thickened cherries May be used. Vernon Frey returned to his Home Here thursday after spending eleven Days at the Burlington Hospital following surgery. Wasa ladies at Bethel met at the Church for the monthly All Day sewing. The girls of the same organization Gemsa enjoyed a covered dish supper at Sunset Park the same evening. As we were passing the j. J. Rich Home thursday we saw John was trimming hedge and clicking up otherwise. I see the Home is for Sale. Cur two Young granddaughters Rochelle Barquist of Olds and Cynthia Grieser of Washington spent from monday noon to thursday a. Rn., at our Home. On monday p rn., they kept the hogs from upsetting the ladder Henry was picking apples from High up in the air. On tuesday we took them to see the Parade at Wayland first having dinner at the Eicher farm West of is the farm Jake Frank Katie and Mary Eicher lived on for quite a number of years ago. Instead of the Parade Uptown we saw the Parade going by when the fire trucks were called out to the former Eicher farm where Maurice Grieser had the Milfor Tun of having his new Combine which had been in use Only those few hours that morning Roll Over and demolished by fire. Maurice received a badly sprained ankle but is improving at this writing. Only a Small Patch of Rye was destroyed. This could have been much worse which we Are thankful for. We witnessed a Glass blowing demonstration on wednesday p. In while the tractor pulling demonstration was on. Anyone never having seen this should do so on Opportunity. We were pleased to see most of the Cash prizes at the drawing at the Wayland Homecoming wednesday evening stay at Home. Two of my cousins wives mrs. Henry Graber and mrs. Leonard Wyse being winners. Mrs. We. Conrad and miss Edith Roth Are taking their daughter and Niece Emma Jean Conrad to Rittman Ohio where she is employed in voluntary service leaving tuesday morning. Or. And mrs. Ron Swartzendruber and children of Wheatland Wyoming who As Well As Emma Jean were called Here by the death of their Nephew Dean Leichty on july 4, returned to their Home sunday. The Ron Swartzendruber of them. A by mrs. Mabel Wittrig or. And mrs. Roger Bain and two daughters of Escondido California called on mrs. Nina Zear and mrs. Mary Lute. Most of the residents Here enjoyed watching the Homecoming Parade As it passed Here tuesday afternoon. Rev. Orie Miller and mrs. Ruth Greiser of Peoria Illinois were dinner guests of their Mother mrs. Amasa Miller thursday. They dont look at eclipse of Sun local news notes Mary Schlatter and Kathy Frey Enberger left monday for Tassop Lis Michigan where they will attend Camp Freiden Swald. A Hux of or a x ii j a on Nebels took mrs. I had been spending some time with Reschly and Lois to fort Madison sunday night to meet the train to return Home. Miss Alice and her parents had gone to Hesston several weeks ago to attend the wedding of Jane Reschly and was not Able to return Home with her parents. Or. And mrs. Allen Wagler and family of Marcus spent the weekend Here with relatives and her parents the we. Conrads. Or. And mrs. Ron Swartzendruber and family of Wheatland Wyoming were supper guests at the Home of his brother Don and family saturday evening. Fresh air children arrived at Iowa City tuesday morning. In the Bethel congregation Sylvia and Dahlin Gonzalez at the Harold Wenger Home their Little brother Freddie Gonalez at the Everette Roth Home Mary Lou Elizzarrarz at the Willard Leichty Home. There Are several in sugar Creek congregation too. The Willard Leichty had the misfortune of their car being damaged by fire As they were in Iowa City to bring the above youngsters Here. I just received word of the death of Edward Wyse Early this morning. Twenty four hours ear Lier a former resident of the Community Aaron Liechty passed away. Congratulations to the parents of Deanne Little daughter born on july 3 to or. And mrs. Don Swartzendruber. Their father who is ill. Dan Orendorff celebrated his birthday by having his daughter mrs. Edna Taylor of Davenport her daughter mrs. Henry Bur Graff and mrs. Emil Koski of Superior Wisconsin and mrs. Vernon Roth As his dinner guests. His granddaughters mrs. Norman Boshart and mrs. Burgraff had baked the cakes we were served along with ice Cream. Iowa will have a 75% eclipse of the Sun on saturday july 20, Between the hours of 2 17 and 4 41 p. In. And is in an area where these two hours and 23 minutes could be disastrous to the eyes of a direct observer of the eclipse. Sun glasses and smoked Glass Are not Safe for viewing an eclipse. Over the years Many people and especially Young persons have been blinded or received per or. And mrs. Dick Sodergren manent Eye damage from viewing Paul Carol and Judy and mrs. Eva or. And mrs. Gary Mckune and son Gary Todd have moved from Brighton to the Cottonwood parsonage. Or. Mckune is employed by Clarks Cash produce. He is a Nephew of mrs. Hattie Nebel. Local news mrs. Lucille Mast is cooking in mrs. Helen Grabert a place while mrs. Graber is on vacation and mrs. Nellie Wittmer is helping in the dining room while mrs. Erma Roth is on vacation. Or. And mrs. Delbert Troutman of Whittier California have been visiting with mrs. Emma Troutman and were guests for dinner saturday noon. Our Volunteer Cooks sunday were or. And mrs. Homer Mann the and daughter Barbara mrs. Charley Davison and mrs. Allen Hertig and daughter Linda. Rev. Omer Nisley brought the sunday morning message. Mrs Eli Pink taught the sunday school class. Or. And mrs. Wesley Pritchard of Des Moines spent sunday afternoon with Rev. J. W. Pritchard. There is a Beautiful Large Basket of Gladiola in the lounge which were sent by mrs. John Huston of Olds. There was a dedication service for pulpit furniture in memory of or. Huston at the Olds congregational Church sunday and this bouquet was one of Many there. Or. And mrs. Ezra Wenger of an eclipse with Ordinary Sun glasses photographic negatives sorted or smoked Glass. The Iowa society for the prevention of blindness reports that during one eclipse in Germany Over 3,500 eyes were burned. Fifty nine cases occurred in Seattle in 1959. In i960 permanent Eye damage occurred in 31 people in Utah 26 of the victims being youngsters. Hundreds of these or. And mrs. Duane Wittmer Mary Ellen and Phillip of Wichita Kansas presented a musical number at Parkview Home Friday evening july 5. Duane plays the cello mrs. Wittmer the Viola and both children the violin. On Solo and duet numbers mrs. Wittmer accompanied them on the piano and also played for hymn singing by the entire group at the close of the program. Cases have occurred in Iowa Over the years. Unseen Infra red heat rays Are focused by the Eye on its most sensitive part the Retina where they cause a Thermal bum. This results in permanent Eye damage due to an enormous concentration of Radiant Energy in a very Small volume of tissue which can literally Burn holes in the eyes Interior. Young persons Are the most susceptible to this Type of injury. This is particularly dangerous because Thermal Burn cannot be Felt. When one looks at the Noonday Sun he looks away quickly. But an eclipse causes a temporary Twilight which gives people a false sense of Security in looking at it and since there Are no pain fibres in the Retina to warn the viewer he can have his eyes permanently injured without feeling pain. Play it Safe and save your sight emphasizes the Iowa state department of health. Watch the eclipse july 20 on television. Done to look at the Sun. Sodergren left for their Home in Arcadia California tuesday night after spending several weeks at the Bob Sodergren Home in Cedar rapids and with friends Here. The Wayland new thursday july 18, ims or. And mrs. Warren Graber of mount pleasant purchased and have been Given immediate Possession of done a a amp w drive in at mount pleasant. Or. Graber was previously employed at Bluet Bird bus company. Subscribe to the Wayland new or. And mrs. W. R. Nicholson of Fairfield visited sunday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Nicholson a brother or. And mrs. Otto f. Frey and Vernon. Septic tank and cesspool cleaning and repair one Day service Brewer amp sons phone 257-6278 Winfield Iowa us or and mrs. Johenry Mast and Chicago visited with mrs. Mabel family moved tuesday to their Wiff rim a top air Nam ii a. I__________11 mrs. Orion Huffer and Daugh a ter Carol of Ames spent the week at the parental Henry Graber Home and attended Homecoming. Or. Huffer joined them for a weekend visit and they returned to their Home with him. Wittrig saturday even Irma. Sunday evening Erwen Graber and family brought or. And mrs. Fred Dordregter of Philadelphia to the Home. Or. Dordregter Sang two solos for us and led us All in singing some hymns. The Dor Treg ters work with children in a depressed area of Philadelphia where the graders had worked with them a few years ago. Miss Alma Lowenberg or. And mrs. R. H. Krehbiel and mrs. Lot i tie Lowenberg All from Donnellson visited with mrs. Ella Pink and or. James Lowenberg sunday j afternoon. Mrs. Nina Zear enjoyed being with these relatives new Home which they recently re modelled from the 78 cafe building following a fire which gutted the inside of the building. Specials for Friday saturday prices Good As Long As Supply l4sts i la. Can Salmon Reg. Price 65c 43c mandarin oranges in can 21c All meat wieners la 49c longhorn cheese that Good kind it or who. 45c 49c 5 la. Bag a with $5.00 Purchase or. W ill Hudson of Salem was a monday dinner guest of his Niece mrs. Wayne Billingsley and or. Billingsley. Sugar 53c Shumaker grocery phone al6-3131 Wayland we deliver amm at a picnic Jin West Park sunday evening or. Or. And mrs. Ray Conyers and Ian mrs. Jodie Zear of Ottumwa Judy and Linda Lasiw of Turlock their 8071. Keith and family of California left for their Home i Whittier California or. And mrs. Tuesday morning after spending a several Days at the Ivan Yoder Home. B. D. Crane optometrist at the f. B. Crane amp son store phone 77 i pleasant Iowa miss Cheryl Vernon of Norwalk was a weekend House guest at the mrs. Mabel Rath Home. Mrs. Belle Umphrey mrs. Lor ene Haney or. And mrs. Robert Umphrey of Birmingham or. And mrs. Dorm Umphrey of mount pleasant were dinner guests at the s. E. Umphrey Home july 7, to help or. Umphrey observe his j j birthday. I i subscribe to the Wayland news Raymond Zear and son of Richland mrs. Minnie Ball Fairfield Ivan Frey and family Cedar rapids Sandy and Terri Miller California or. And mrs. Clarence Randall and John Lyle Zear and family All of Columbus Junction and or. And mrs. Harold Neff and son Sigourney Wisconsin r. Family vacationland upper dells boat trip. 15 Miles of unforgettable scenery featuring fantastic Rock formations. 3 Scenic ports of Call at cold water Canyon witches Gulch and stand Rock. Lower dells boat trip. Scenic cruise through Rocky Island Region. Fort dells. Step Back into yester year in authentic exciting Frontier land India land and adventure land. Stand Rock Indian ceremonial Brilliant spectacular pageant presented nightly by Over 60 american indians in imposing natural amphitheatre. Reached by boat or car out of state visitors or. And mrs. Fred Dordregter of Philadelphia Pennsylvania visited the Erwen Graber Home the weekend of july 13-15. The Dordregter moved to the United states from Holland after world War in they Tell of eating raw sugar beets and Tulip bulbs during the War time food shortages. Or. Dordregter works with ism machines in a Large insurance office. They spend much of their spare time working with the Young people living around the first mennonite Church in Philadelphia this is a depressed area of the City and they Are working toward a Christian Fellowship of the various races living there negro puerto rican and caucasian. Local news or. And mrs. Ezra Wenger of Chicago spent the weekend visiting relatives Here and with mrs. Emma Wenger at Pleasantview in Kalona. They had been in Gordon Nebraska and brought mrs. Nellie Hutt to the Ethan Brooks Home. Mrs. Edith Boshart and mrs. Eda Boshart were thursday dinner guests of mrs. Mae Jones at Washington. Sunday dinner guests at the Gene Story Home were or. Story a parents or. And mrs. J. C. Story and Marvin of Stockport. Afternoon callers were or. And mrs. Marvin Stanley of Fairfield. Do one Good deed today Henry county fair it. Pleasant Iowa july 2227, 1963 a evening performances Start at 7 30 Central Standard time or 8 30 Daylight savings time. Monday july 2 2 a entry Day a no Gate admission or grandstand admission All Day. Conservation Queen to be chosen in front of grandstand. Square dancing. Tuesday july 23,�? girls 4-h judging during Day a boys 4-h entry Day. Harness racing in the evening under lights. No Gate admission from 8 a. In. To 4 p. In. After 4 p. In. 75c Gate and 75c grandstand. Wednesday july 24 a Flower exhibits judged in afternoon a 4-h judging. Gate admission 25c 8 a. In. To 2 p. In no grandstand admission. After 2 p. In. To to p. Rn., 75c and 75c grandstand. Thursday july 25 Halter classes judged. Home Talent show with Winner receiving free transportation to new York to audition for Ted Mack Amateur hour. Baseball tournament in afternoon a fair Queen to be crowned. Livestock Parade in evening. Gate admission 25c 8 a. In to noon no grandstand admission. Noon to to p. Rn., 50c Gate and 50c grandstand. Friday july 2 6 a 4-h livestock Sale in morning. Baseball tournament in afternoon. Big car races in evening. Kids Day a prizes. No Gate admission until noon. Gate admission 50c from noon to 4 p. Rn., no grandstand admission. From 4 p. In to to p. In. $1.50 Gate 75c grandstand if no ticket from Gate. Saturday july 2 7 a tractor pulling contest 9 00 std. Time 10 00 St morning and afternoon a baseball tournament in afternoon. Big car races at night. Gate admission 50c 8 a. In. To 2 p. In no grandstand admission. 2 p. In. To to p. In. $1.50 Gate 75c grandstand if no ticket from Gate

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