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Wayland News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1969, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news volume 22b Wayland. Iowa 52654 Henry county thursday june 19, 1969 number 33 Quot at my first answer no Man stood with me. Hut All men forsook Mec i Pray god that it May not be Laid to their charge Quot. 2 Tim 4 16 As we All know to do and say the right things May not always be the most popular route but the real test comes to use when we understand 44 girls leave by bus Bible schools for . Camp sunday conclude studies forty four Little girls Ages Bible schools in the Cornic and la guests of . Unity concluded their chapters of Southeast Iowa studies the past week with left sunday morning via 3 Good attendance reported Continental bus for to Olav All the churches. Weeks of camping at Eden sugar Creek mennonite Valley Camp. Twenty two campers and three Chaper saw new press in operation sunday ions boarded the bus at the Harlan House. It. Pleasant. Church had an average attendance of 91 and the superintendents were Vernelda Slagel and Lucille Swartzen the chaperone were mrs. Dauber with the following Robert Linden and mrs. Nor teachers a a Haight of Winfield and j Nursery Lorene Leichty mrs. Charles Cowen of Packwood. Anieta Mccracken daughter of or. And mrs Roy Mccracken. Brighton and Cindy Hester daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Hester kindergarten i Shirley Conrad kindergarten ii. Mary Rediger and Rosetta unternahrer Grade 2, Opal Reschly and Faith Wenger 1 Wayland were Mon the Grade 3. Janice Freyen Berger and Lavonne Roth Grade 5. Aldine Roth and Ermadine Boshart Grade 6, Eldora Boshart and Verdella Krabill Grade 7, Marianna Roth bin la Quot ,d�i8i who boarded the bus so with love in our hearts to f6 a a 1 wards those who leave us to stand alone. At it. Pleasant. They were sponsored by chapter b. C w Brighton and chapter j. Whoopee Days Are now. Here the youngsters Are 0ther stops to pick up la irly were made at Craw a e l. 2 Fordsville. Iowa City Cedar i Grade 8, Doris Meyer Lyl u rapids and Vinton. A been saving and working for 1 1 Carl Amrine 79, of Merrimac died the last few weeks or Days the adults Well that seems to be the ones with mixed emotions on the whole subject. One thing sure the committees have been going full Speed the last few Days and Are to be commended for the amount of work that has been done. Our prediction is that whoopee will be a great Success. Of course there is the weather yet c. W. E. Breezy that flying contraption from Washington will be Over Brighton about 1 45 . Friday afternoon so they Tell me. An i believe it will be on display in the Park later on for the weekend. C. W. E. While on the subject of whoopee a just watching the youngsters the last few Days brings Back some fond remembrances of celebrations in my own Hometown not Many years ago. I sometimes thing celebrations Are made for the Young at least Eden Valley Camp is a summer Camp for girls located on Rice Lake. Eden Valley. Minnesota. It is owned and operated by the National tit. Society. The Camp is 17 acres of Meadows. Lawns Trees shrubs and wooded area. The main House is a dining Hall. Kitchen living room i Grade 9. Berniece Roth Grade ioann Blosser substitute teachers. Mary Frances Graber and Pauline Wyse. Music Anita and Donna Swartzendruber superintendent helpers. Mary Freyenberger and Cindy Reschly. Bethel mennonite had an and two bedrooms. Chaper average attendance of 58 on k usually occupy and mrs. Leonard Grieser this House. Silver cottage is Headquarters for the Camp director. There is also a nurses cottage with first Aid facilities a maasdam recreation Hall a a Craft House and the so named a barn is a lounge and Library. A screened Barbecue House is used for sunday and mrs. Cal Leichty were superintendents with thei following teachers kindergarten i miss Judy Roth Grade i mrs. James Leichty school concluded on june to with a program that evening. Teachers were Nursery Jean Leichty and Dorothy Wagner beginners Erma Alliman primary Sandy Troyer fiddlers class Mildred Rassmussen juniors Phyliss Graber Young teens Susan Troyer handwork Rev. Marlin Rasmussen helpers Linda Wagner mrs. Walter Rugg and mrs. Stogdill pianist. Mrs. Donald Neff missionary mrs. Mary Whitbeck c. J j re i a quite a number of people extended care l nit is from the areas served by the Norene Short addition various news Media involve at a recent meeting of the new press show Hoard of trustees of Henry county memorial Hospital the occasion was an open action was taken to name the "��?os.e,at the la a a is county Finley Chapel concluded a evening suppers and a Cook Leichty and Marilyn Weng outs. There Are several Cabins. Each Cabin houses 7 girls and one Counselor. The Beach House overlooking the Lake has a 400�?T Shore line and Sandy Beach. The outdoor altar is a Beautiful spot for sunday worship services. Typical Camp program con Grade 2. Kathy beae and then Day Mary Beckler 17 and on the 18th the sch�o1 m Vil i Wen a Parkview and Sang a in some of the songs and gave their memory work for the Grade 3, mrs. The Young at heart. At the of recreational gamer. J ,1 crafts nature study swim very first mention of whoop v11__ Grade 4, mrs. Ronnie Roth Glade 5. Mrs. Gene Wyse Grade Wenger Grade 7, mrs. Harlan Hochstettler Grade 8. Mrs. Glen Leichty grades 9 and to. Miss Linda Leichty new extended care unit the Norene Short this is in recognition of the outstanding gift presented to the Hospital by miss Short in her will. The gift of Over $153,000.00 came at a critical time in the planning of the addition it helped to make the building expansion program possible As it provided enough Money for the Board to match available Federal monies. Miss Short hid been a patient in memorial Hospital for a Brief period prior to her death. Her sister. Mrs. Alta Britton had been hospitalized nearly three years publishing co., ltd., Plant in Wapello where the Enterprise and the Wayland news Are printed. They were taken on a tour of the Plant and an explanation was made pertaining to the different pieces of equipment and their function. A 2-color, 4-Page circular was shown being printed at speeds up to 15.000 per hour on the Fairchild news King press. Or. And mrs Jim Hodges Are owners of the Louisa publishing co. Ltd. Both the Brighton Enterprise and the Wayland news have been printed on this press since March 20, 1969. New incentive for army enlistees Young men who enlist in Carl Ezra Amrine 79. Of the army can now be guar the Merrimac Community anted attendance at one of died Early morning. June 7, the army a no candidate at memorial Hospital. It. Courses a Cocks. Pleasant. He was a Farmer under the no enlistment and world War i Veteran option recently approved by funeral services were held the department of the army tuesday at 2 00 . At the an initial enlisted can re Hope lutheran Church at chive his Choice of advanced Germanville where he was a individual training Ait member. The Rev. Einar which then leads to the Fetterman of Washington a cock established for his officiated. Burial was in the particular Branch. Church cemetery. The enlistment option was the stack Lewis funeral established to serve As an and Home of Columbus Junction i Junco to the skill develop was in charge of arrangement base sub program ments and the body was Tak with a View toward attract in to the residence of mrs. Ing intelligent versatile Edith Stacy in Brighton on Young High school and Coll monday afternoon for visit Ege graduates to the combat tation and remained Una rms. Til noon on tuesday. Besides promising at or. Amrine was bom on Tendance at one of the com june 8, 1889. South of Wash Bat arms a Cocks. The Orpington in the Eureka neigh tion All so offers accelerated boyhood a son of a n am promotion to pay Grade sgt. Rine and Mary Griffin am-e5 for those successfully Rine he was married to completing the course. Clara Wieneke May 20. 1918. The courses averaging 21 survivors include his wife weeks in length Are conduct two sons. Harold and Don de at fort Benning a. In Ald both of Brighton and Fantav fort Sill okla. Two grandchildren. Field artillery fort Leo _ Nard. To. Engineer fort residents. They had an a memorial verage attendance of 52 and 1 other contributors have Bliss Tex. Air defense Art coir Knittal services Illery and fort Knox. Tkv for Kerr infant Armor. More than 13.000 soldiers were enrolled in the infant son of or. And program in 1968. Mrs Larry Kerr it. Pleas for More information a int. It. 5. Was dead at birth bout How you can get into Early saturday morning at this program see Sig Han Henry county memorial sen at the Post office in Bur Hospital. It. Pleasant. Lington Iowa. Be Days Early in the season you can see the kids Start their daydreaming of How they will ride this and save Money for that. They even Start planning their Parade ideas Only to change them a Hundred times before the Day really gets Here. Whoopee has its own particular kind of excitement. Regardless of the person they seem to remember just the Good times they have at that time. They Seldom remember they ran out of Money too soon or that mom or dad let them do this or that. But they can talk about it for hours always telling of something new. And when its Over they immediately Start planning activities for next year. That a really Why whoopee is such a Success. Ming hikes store time rest periods Cook outs movies special events and programs evening Camp fire and song fests. Evening devotions. Sunday worship and Flag ceremonies each Day. There is a salaried staff of five Counselor water safety instructor Craft instructor music instructor Cook and Vard boy. All other personnel is Volunteer a doctor at Eden Valier is on Call and Hospital facilities within a few miles.1 All campers Are covered by insurance. The group will return Friday june 27. R mrs. James Bates was super 6, mrs. Clarence a pendent with the following teachers Nursery a Marge brim Hall and Amy Boal. Pre kindergarten a Debbie Hiatt. Kindergarten a mrs. Freddie Moore. Primary i a mrs. Arlo a Underwood primary ii amp Iii a mrs. Phyliss Parker and mrs. James Bates. Junior in. A via mrs. Terry Wilson and mrs. Carl Seberg. Worship amp music a mrs Keith Brimhall. Pianist a mrs. Carlse Berger and Carol Rodgers. Announce winners in poppy poster contest Schwengel will attend Brighton whoopee Days congressman Fred sch Wengel will be in Brighton on Friday for a whoopee Schwengel will arrive in late afternoon Friday and will stay through the evening. Social Security your social Security office 2nd floor Post office in Burlington is open from 8 30 a m. To 4 30 ., monday through Friday. A special appointment May be made if you Are unable to Call during regular hours. A social Security representative will be in it. Pleasant from 9 00 to 11 30 a. M. On june 24th at the Post office please feel free to Call on him for assistance. If More convenient you May con tact this representative in Washington june 25th at the Post office from 9 30 to 12 noon. Receives degree Richard j. Wenger son of or. And mrs. Harold Wenger Wayland who with his family resides at 1010 College Avenue Parkview in Harrisonburg Virginia received a Bachelor of arts degree in Bible at Western mennonite College commencement exercises sunday june 3, with or. Irvin b. Horst professor of Anabaptist history at the University of Amsterdam giving the commencement address Richard plans to enter Eastern mennonite Seminary next fall for further study. Stephen r. Lowry Sophomore who also attends Eastern mennonite College in Harrisonburg has been named to the Deans list. He is the son of or and mrs. Homer Lowry Rural Washington. Wayland United methodist and Wayland mennonite churches held their school at the Wayland mennonite Church with mrs. Mary Schlatter As superintendent and an average attendance of 90. Teachers were Nursery Miriam Gowey kindergarten i mrs. A line Neff kindergarten ii Rhua Davison Grade i Evelyn Garrett Grade 2, Norma Meyer Grade 3, Jean Hertig Grade 4, Freida Neufeld Grade 5, Geraldine Rich Enberger Grade 6, Mabel Huffman grades 7 and 8, Walter Neufeld chorister Rudolph Martens pianist Mary e. Schlatter helpers recreation leaders and assistants Kathy Freyenberger Vicki Richen Berger Janice Flory Jean Neufeld Joan Rich Yvonne Neff Marlene Clark fran bean Joyce Wagler and Delbert Terry. Agreed to a sponsor a room by contributing $1,500.00 to Purchase the necessary furnishings for one of the 23 new rooms. These include h e Hospital auxiliary. Founders chapter of tit poster contest Henry county association of completed. All newts of the Bill mrs. Willis Graber returned Home wednesday from Burlington Hospital where she had been a surgical patient. Mrs. Emily Wyse returned Home saturday from mercy Hospital Iowa cite where she had been a medical Parent. Mrs. Tva Lance who Brote her von in a fall sometime a in was Able to be transferred from mercy Hospital to tie memorial Hospital june it. Poppy chairman mrs. Raymond Howsare announced the american legion auxiliary sponsored poppy has been Waco Stu Independent insurance1 dents from 4th Grade agents . Of Wesley Chapel or Frank c Nord Guist. Or Ben Seeley or. T. Nelson or. And mrs. L. T. Harlan and the it. Pleasant kiwanis club. Anyone or any group interested in a donation of room furnishing or a single item of equipment in the Norene Short addition Mav Contact the Hospital or Lynn Ryrne. Administrator. Appropriate plaques will be placed acknowledging the gifts. Attended dinner mrs. Everett Monson tended a dinner sunday in the Lincoln room at the Harlan hotel in it. Pleasant together with thirty seven through High school were eligible to compete. Auxiliary units in Wayland Olds and Crawfordsville Are cooperating in sponsoring the groups and providing prizes. Class i posters were made by the fourth and fifth Grade classes of mrs. Betty Stone at the Crawfordsville Center with Over too entries. Mrs. Stone deserves a special commendation for using this Means to further teach and illustrate love of county and responsibility toward those who have defended it. Winners in class i were at Mark stauffer. 1st Terri Smith. 2nd Bryan fort. 3rd All three winners were from the Wayland Community judges were mrs. Mabel Monson Crawfordsville Mary Rich Wayland girls summer softball schedule thursday. June 19 Wayland a at Wayland b monday june 23 Wayland a at Crawfordsville thursday. June 26 Olds at Wayland a monday. J in 30 Wayland b at Wayland a thursday july 3 Wayland a at Crawfordsville monday july 7 Olds at Wayland a thursday july to Wayland a at Wayland b monday july 14 Wayland a at Crawfordsville thursday july 17 Wayland a at Olds All games will Start at 4 00 p. In. Teams will leave from the track when going on trips leaving at 3 25 each time. Parents Are reminded that they May need to drive to some of the away Ball games or Umpire some of tile Home games. Committal services were conducted at the Wapello cemetery at 1 00 . Saturday by the Rev. George Snyder Wapello United methodist Church. Surviving Are the parents two Sisters Laua and Anita Kerr at Home grandparents. Or. And mrs. Leonard Kerr Wapello and or. And mrs. John Carlson Clinton. Relatives in Honor of or. And mrs Merle Green of it col mrs Lins Colorado who had been i and miss Katherine Miller visiting Here. The group holds saturday overnight House guests at the Ivan Wyse Home were or and mrs. Milford Doell of Indianapolis. Indiana and or. And mrs. Marvin Siebert Shirley and Mary of Lushton. Nebraska who came to attend the Cleaver Freyenberger wedding at the Wayland mennonite Church. Cottonwood United methodist Church held full Day sessions five Days with mrs. Jerry Imhoff superintendent and an average daily attendance of 33. Teachers were pre school Jean Arbogast beginners Karen sinn kindergarten Helen Imhoff primary Gloria Roth Junior Lucy Hesseltine helpers and crafts Linda Hill Debbie Rich Sherry Kaufman Violet Mcguire Marlene Manning Betty Miles Delores Mcguire Fannie Van Sant and Evelyn Morrow. Pianist Bessie Mcguire Secretary Janice Hester Andrea Alleman received a broken Collarbone when he fell from a Bench. So helped or. Green observe his birthday As Well As the 20th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs Roger twee Vine by both of which occurred that Day. The greens were Here also Winner in class Iti 10th. Lith and 12th grades were Christine lease. Crawford receives degrees forty two was the average attendance for the school at the Independent Bible Church of which miss Elsie Ashy was the director. Their Ralph Wenger was id fitted to mercy Hospital Towa City. Tuesday afternoon with Back and shoulder injuries received when a Bale of hav fell on him. To attend Tho 50 year class to he Temh baccalaureate reunion of the 1919 Exermena at ton High school graduating Iowa Wesleyan College on class on june 14th jul quote a or ult a from has area. Rollin Davison son of or and mrs. Everett Davi son. Bachelor of arts in math Richard d. Meyer son of or. And mrs. Dean mover mrs Ivan Wyse returned Home thursday after spending a couple of Days in the Jim Mccrabb Home in West Bachelor of arts in econom Liberty the and business adm Nistra Small daughter Carol had Jjon and Connie Miller Dau the misfortune to be bitten i Crater of or. And mrs. Dallas in the face near the eve by m Iller of Olds. Bachelor of a dog which required sever arts in physical education a i stitches to close the Quot a und. Mrs. Ruth Allen of East Moline. Illinois spent last dinner guests on june 7. App kind at to Ftp Hosip 0f her in the Lester Alliman Nome i daughter. Or and mrs Glen were mrs. Mae lieder and pm Shenberger and family or. And mrs. Glen Kemp Allen. Mrs. Richener family of Lincoln. Be Berger and children also vis Braska. Or. And mrs. John relatives in Manson and 12th Grade a l. Alliman and family of thu red the Grotto at West Linda Bain. Nancy Brooks the Wyse family had a get together at the Vernon Der in Home sunday afternoon. Those present were or. And mrs. Sam Augspurger arid son Matthew who recently returned from Bogota Columbia South America mrs. Ronald Yoder Stephie Alex and Kara of Omaha Nel Raska. Or. And mrs. Chrles Wyse and son Ray. Or. And mrs. Ray Wyse or. And mrs. C. C. Wyse and Amy or. And mrs Edwin Roth Tim a rapids Quot or and mrs and Ted. Poy Miller and family coming events wednesday. June 25, 6 3 . A tractor pull at the Saddle club Arena sponsored by the Wayland Lions club and Community club weigh in at Yoder inc. Wednesday june 25. A starting at 6 00 . Ice Cream social As a Benefit for the Cleo Rodgers family at the Olds Ball Park. In Case of rain will be held in the legion Hall. 2nd semester Honor Roll 10th Grade a Spencer Anderson Linda Beachy Karen Boese Robin Conrad Vicki dare Linnea fort Barbara Freyenberger Faye Gerig Faye Hirschy Kaye Hirschy Joey Hochstetler Deloris huh Mary Jones Steve Kiene Tom Lauer Fred Leichty Christine Mcallister Jean Neufeld Susan Peterson Joan Rich Jack Schrader Sharon Slater. Jane stauffer Kenton Widmer. 4 Ith Grade a Kay Anderson Mary Beckler Elizabeth Bergstrom five subjects All a a five subjects four subjects All a a perfect attendance neither absent or tardy. 10th Grade Barbara Frey Enberger Deloris huh Tom Lauer Ricke stauffer. Lith Grade Gail Boal and Ann Davis. 12th Grade de Arbogast Gail Boal Kathie Boese Marjorie Brimhall Larry Hirschy sue Jones Sherry Kauffman bar Bara Lauer Deena Neil Mary Rediger Donna Swartzendruber Jim Widmer Pat Wintermeyer saturday. June 28. 12 30 . A estate Sale. 5 blocks South of Wayland feed store Edward f Richen Berger estate. Jerry l. Richenberger executor. John Swartzendruber amp Dan Roth. Acts. Jim Troutman. Clerk. Anita Swartzendruber cashier local news notes mrs. John Wendt the for or Nancy Davies and son. Christopher of West Dundee Illinois arrived june 18 for a visit at the Home of her Mother or. And mrs. Willard Swanson. Or and mrs. Wilbur Roth have moved into the tenant House on the Boyd Garrett farm on the Trenton Blacktop. Or. Roth will be principal at the Waco Middle school. Or and mrs. William Thoma were guests at a cookout supper Friday evening at the Max White Home in Ainsworth. Mrs Esther Harve and daughter. Mrs. Lois Jones and daughters Sheryl and Valerie of Detroit. Michigan Are visiting mrs Harvey a sister mrs. Nettie Swanson at Swedesburg this week. Davis Mona Hildebrand Debbie Ingwersen Terry Kaufman Lynn Martin Cathy Mccoy. Nancy Messer Meredith Miller Becky Mitchell Terry Neil Anita Peterson Mary Schlatter Joyce Seberg. Sam Barbro Christensen Randy Wenger Becky White

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