Wayland News in Wayland, Iowa
18 Jul 1963

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18 Jul 1963

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Wayland News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1963, Wayland, Iowa Want ads High school grads Ages 18 25 rates a Cash with order Are you interested in a fir2# words or of a cuts iat i j0b with a future ? ism first insertion 35 cents each additions insertion. 3 cents per word machine training and programming a her 25 words. No proofs submitted on want Ada Sheet Metal work spouting heating., Lennox furnaces. Bob Roe tin shop of 3-2991, Washington la. 35-tf offers this Opportunity. To see if you can qualify a write giving age address and phone no. To d.p.s., inc., p. O. Box 756, Rock Island Illinois. In tread 3t�?Ts fun time and bargain time airfields annual a sidewalk Days Friday amp saturday july 19th amp 20th. Merchandise on the walk sat ridiculously Low prices. Store Quot a wide Sale on the inside entire Stock everything yes everything included reduced 10% or More. For sale�?6 it. Cooperator refrigerator in Good condition. Phone 6-3183. 36-lc Legal publication card of thanks i wish to express my sincere thanks to my relatives and friends who remembered me with cuu Vuu Wyc a payers cards and visits gobble s store for men amp boys. <ur�?Tn8 my stay in the Hospital. It open Friday nights. 28-2c they win always be remembered wanted people interested in having an extra $100 per week income from producing Quality eggs for an established Market. Vernon w. Frey card of thanks of it a we want to say thank you to Fot details boxy 266, j everyone who called in Observance car mount pleasant Iowa. 32-4c of our 25th wedding anniversary 0l1 co a fire truck town Council proceedings june 3, 1963 town Hall Wayland Iowa Council met in regular session with mayor Wittmer presiding. Councilmen present were Stuart Story Billingsley Hileman Nebel. Minutes of the last session were approved As read. The following claims were presented and allowed. General fund a Wayland Telephone co., Telephone and tolls 11.94 Stilwell paint shop paint 2.25 Shumaker grocery supplies Wyse sundries supplies Kauffman grocery supplies i. S. U. Co., City Hall storage bldg. Lights Public safety fund a Wayland Telephone co., fire telephones 23.38 mid West Benefit as�?Tn., firemen ins. William g. Brooks marshalls salary use of car 46.44 .60 1.10 .60 4.45 20.00 we have in Stock fab Spray All colors. Wyse sundries. Kielp wanted a experienced waitress. Bill a cafe. 35-2c special half Price Pairott Sale on discontinued colors. Wyse sundries. 25-tf 32-4c it our 25th wedding anniversary and for the Many Beautiful cards and gifts. They helped make the 25-tf j occasion a memorable one. Or. And mrs. Doyle Pfeifer 3.02 keys made Quick at Wyse sundries. 25-tf Boldts Chevrolet Olds a a Fairfield a volume car dealer card of thanks we wish to express our sincere appreciation for the Many cards kind words of sympathy prayers and deeds of kindness extended to us in this time of bereavement. We also wish to thank the fire 1 department for their prompt and untiring efforts with the resuscitator. Daniel Leichty William Conrads Willard Leichty local news notes Street fund a j. C. Wenger salary 162.89 Sinclair ref. Co., Gas amp Oil 23.94 Waldo Van Winkle salary _ 121.70 Farmers Oil co., Gas amp Oil 18.91 utilities fund a i. S. U. Co., Street lights _ 124.40 recreation fund a j. C. Wenger salary ______25.54 i. S. U. Co., Park lights __.50 Farmers Oil co., Mower Gas 5.60 sanitation fund a Wayland lbs. Co., supplies 38.95 Burlington clean Towel services 14.90 water Revenue fund a j. C. Wenger salary ______34.83 Louis f. Whitney Aerator repair. 61.75 Waunita Kauffman salary 55.32 Richenberger plumbing water supplies 5.71 Iowa methodist Hospital expands to meet needs Iowa methodist Hospital Iowa a largest private Hospital has launched a building program which in the next few years will include replacement of the original Central building and East Wing with a High Rise modern building Donald w. Cordes administrator has announced. The program also Calls for a new Laboratory a Ray and operating room building and a Long term nursing and psychiatric unit. The new Central building would consist of at least four floors of 36 Beds each with provision 4>r additional floors. It would require financial assistance from the Federal Hill Burton act and a Public Campaign for capital funds. Construction of a $1.2 million recovery room operating room cafeteria addition is now underway and addition of two More floors on the Younker memorial rehabilitation Center to provide 80 More Beds will begin later this summer. Local news or. And mrs. W. J. Duncan of Winfield or. And mrs. A. C. Wenger attended the Oscar Eckey auction Sale at the Roberts memorial building in Keosauqua saturday. Or. And mrs. C. Myers of Monrovia California mrs. Clinton Staley and daughter Ann of Milford Nebraska spent last week with their Nephew and brother or. And mrs. T. E. Myers. On wednesday the above group along with mrs. Pearl Carper of Trenton visited the Amana colonies. Or. And mrs. Harold Rixe Lois Nebel and Kathy Nicholson made a business trip to Des Moines wednesday and were callers at the Robert King Home. Or. And mrs. Sam Wyse and family left july 8 for their Home in Goshen Indiana after spending several Days at the parental Ray Wyse Home and with other relatives. The Wayland news thursday july 18, 1963 or. And mrs. John Leonard Alli Man of Forrest Park Illinois 11 s. U. Co., Power 74.40 has a lot full of i spent the weekend at the Par i John Christner estate meter a Copf t a t Cut rental Lester Alliman Home Here refund less water Bills 18.06 we or Lialo and at the parental Forrest Mullin Keith Hamel meter refund tit to or run in Home near Winfield. On sunday less water Bills 13.06. It 11> in Hihi u us j a yer Anco mrs. Alliman or. And Lvan Wyse meter refund less water Bills 20.00 Farmers Oil co., propane. 51.50 mayor Wittmer reported contacting Dwight Manning about the Drain. Or. Rhum asked for some help to Drain the surface water at his property and this was referred to transportation be i a mul in a Quot a mrs Ueha Man and children were dinner sure to Check a us s a the Lester Alliman Home. Their lot for the lowest used prices in years. Fairfield Iowa or. And mrs. E. J. Hoover and mrs. Jael Arnold of Muscatine or. Car and mrs. Roger Arnold and family of Brighton were Here for Homecoming wednesday and Street and Alley comm. The mud called at the mrs. Emma Severt Hole Back of Alliman locker was Home. Tor Sale fryers Kenneth Miller phone 6-2621. 36-lc at study american Saddle horse sorrel with White Stripe. Also sorrel Shetland. Laverne a Graber phone 6-3730. 36-2p advertising pays or. And mrs. Don Magdefrau and family or. And mrs. Willis Magdefrau and daughters of Belle Plaine and Jerry Kitterlin of Victor and Everette Magdefrau spent sunday at the Home of their father and Grandfather Frank i Magdefrau and helped him Celej brate his birthday which he observed monday. Auto fire Hospital liability Workman a compensation Earl Dickinson agent phone of 4-4516 Brighton Iowa or. And mrs. Delbert Troutman of Whittier California left tuesday morning for their Home after spending several Days with or. J Troutman smother mrs. Emma Troutman at the Home of his son or. And mrs. Jim Troutman and sister or. And mrs. Ralph Roth. Mrs. Nellie Hutt formerly of Gordon Nebraska arrived Friday at the Home of her son or. And mrs. Ethan Brooks for an indefinite visit. Sunday evening supper guests at the Ralph Roth Home were or. And mrs. Delbert Troutman of Whittier California mrs. Emma Troutman and or. And mrs. Jim Troutman. Discussed. The sidewalk or Steps at the Jake Richenberger Corner to be completed As soon As possible. Motion by Nebel and seconded by Billingsley to allow carnival on main Street Between Washington and Jefferson streets and also the eating stand in the West Edge of Central Park. Aye Nebel Stuart Hileman Billingsley Story. Class b Beer permit for Aldrich cafe with Check attached was presented. Motion by Stuart and seconded by Billingsley to Issue this License. Aye Story Hile Man Nebel Stuart Billingsley. Cigarette applications for License were presented by South Side cafe Aldrich cafe Shell station Boese do Kauffman grocery All with checks attached and Bonds. Motion by Stuart and seconded by Billingsley to Issue these licenses. Aye Stuart Story Hileman Billingsley Nebel. On motion by Stuart and second by Billingsley the Council adjourned. Oral e. Conrad clerk the purpose of the program is to intensify existing medical Center qualities so As to provide for the medical needs of the rapidly growing Central Iowa area. There Are currently one half million residing in the area and u. S. Census Bureau officials foresee a Large increase in the next seven years. A feature of the new cafeteria will be the introduction of food service for ambulatory patients. Those who Are Able to be up May go to the cafeteria and select their own menus. The work currently underway and the Younker addition Are to be completed next year. Much of the recovery room cafeteria unit will be underground and the terraced roofs will be seeded to preserve landscape Beauty. A window Wall will provide cafeteria users with a View of Down town Des Moines. Below the cafeteria will be employee locker facilities and at the sub basement level a Large transformer and equipment room. The Younker Center one of the few rehabilitation hospitals in the nation completely integrated with a Large general Hospital will have a fourth crossing Bridge connecting it with the main Hospital and a fourth elevator. The Younker addition will give the Hospital a total of 559 Beds which will help combat a space shortage so acute that Many patients must wait As much As three j weeks for admission. Janice Judy and Jolene Roth of Richland spent several Days with their grandparents or. And mrs. Clair Boshart. The Boshartt a took them Home monday Enro Ute to Des Moines on a business trip. On tuesday july 16 they attended a Turkey meeting at Ames. Or. And mrs. Wes Roth and family have moved from mount pleasant to Burlington. Or. Roth has taken a position with the hotel Burlington Barber shop. Or. And mrs. Jerry Barnholdt and Mike returned to their Home Here wednesday morning from Shell Rock where they stayed at the parental Jim Parsons Home while mrs. Barnholdt attended five weeks of summer school at upper Iowa in Fayette. Mrs. Fred Hixson returned to her Home tuesday morning from Tuscon Arizona where she had been called by the illness of her daughters husband Earl Ginger Ich. Drivers License examiners dates a new Drivers License examination schedule has gone into effect in some Southeast Iowa cities. Here is the following list of cities and the Days and times the examiner is there Washington a wednesdays 8 30 a. To 4 30 p. Sigourney a thursdays 8 30 a. To 4 30 p. Fairfield a tuesdays 8 30 a. To 4 30 p. It. Pleasant a fridays 8 30 a. To 4 30 p. It. Madison a mondays 8 00 to 4 30 p. M., saturdays 8 00 a. To noon. Keokuk a tuesdays 8 30 a. To 4 30 p. Burlington a wednesdays and thursdays 8 30 a. To 4 30 p. Susie Boshart of Washington is spending a week with her grandmother mrs. Eda Boshart. Advertising pays Plymouth valiant sales and service used cars service on All Chrysler products town amp country Plymouth of 3-3232 n. Iowa ave. At 3rd St. Washington Iowa or. And mrs. Milton Frey and son Donald of Chicago called thursday on mrs. Frey a sister mrs. Dave Christner and or. Christner. They spent the remainder of the week with Ackles and Frey relatives in this area. Or. And mrs. Dale Nelson Cynthia and David of Linwood California have concluded a visit at the Sam elder Home and with other relatives Here and will return Home by the Way of the Black Hills Yellowstone and other Points of interest. Revival first Church of god Brighton. Iowa july 21 28 each evening a 7 30 p. Rev. R. C. Godsey evangelist of North Liberty Iowa Church of god pastor at Salem and North Bend churches Bible preaching a gospel singing everyone Welcome Rev. Virgil g. Blosser pastor buy a foot or a Forest Sterling qual Tylow prices heavy Barb wire roll.$9.50 steel braces each. $2.70 Penta treated line posts each.66c Penta treated Corner posts each.$2.25 steel posts each.74c Brace wire Pound. 16c remember this name when building or remodelling Wayland lumber co. Wayland Iowa phone 256-4015 or. And mrs. Ray Baldosier and j Christy of mount pleasant or. And mrs. E. V. Alter of Fairfield and or. And mrs. P. C. Koehler of Crawfordsville were tuesday dinner guests at the Everett Mon son Home and attended Homecoming. Or. And mrs. Ray Baldosier of mount pleasant and or. And mrs. Everett Monson were supper guests sunday evening at the Pete Koehler Home. Or. And mrs. Gene Story attended Schrock fertilizer company picnic at Jones Park in Cedar rapids thursday. Elgar Law office property rights estates and tax Law abstracts of title since 1910 it. Pleasant office 207 North Jefferson Street Wayland office Magdefrau building tuesday these prices Good Friday amp saturday Chick in of the sea 3 for tuna. 89c jims Barber shop a Quality service at reasonable prices air conditioned television Youngs dry cleaning service al 6-2045 a Wayland Kauffman a grocery phone al6-4031 we deliver

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