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Wayland News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1963, Wayland, Iowa Eye e1certthe Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa thursday May 9, 1963 number 26 a the lord will not suffer the soul of the righteous to Amish but he cast eth away the substance of the wicked. Proverbs 10 3 we done to always understand the ways of the lord but one thing we do know is that his Laws Are j True. When they Start to work we May not see the Way but when All is finished the Laws Are fulfilled. That is the reason for the saying a a god a Way is the Best Waco school District voters Are reminded that there is a special election coming up monday May 13, for the purpose of electing a member of the Board of directors for director District no. 3. Everyone interested in the affairs of the school had better get out and vote or else be quiet until the next election. Maybe that puts it a Little bluntly but that is about my feelings when a lot of gripes Are aired Day in and Day out and yet when it comes election time Only a handful turn out to make their wishes known. This is one of the reasons we have so Many school problems today. The general Public becomes indifferent until their toes Are stomped on so badly they can to ignore the Hurt. Then they try to Correct All their problems in one big Lump which is also impossible. We find that today there Are two factions in All school problems a the Public and the educators. Each group is made up largely of extremists trying to push their Way through without the proper consideration being Given to the student who stands to be the one who wins or loses. It is High time that responsibility and just Plain guts took presi Dence Over the lukewarm grab what you can attitude that prevails in far too Many places today Rev. Erwin Abelmann new pastor at Hope lutheran Church the Rev. Erwin Abelmann is the new pastor of Hope lutheran Church near Germanville. He was officially installed during services held earlier this month. The new pastor was called to Hope lutheran Church from Ixonia wis., where he served As pastor of the Cross and St. Paul parishes. The Rev. And mrs. Abelmann and twin daughters Rachel and Rhoda have moved to the Church parsonage adjoining the Church. The new pastor is a graduate of the lutheran theological Seminary at Wauwatosa wis. This is his first pastorate in Iowa. Scout news cub scout Den i amp 2 met both cub scout Dens held their weekly meetings monday evening after school. Den i and their Den mothers mrs. Ervin stauffer and mrs. Claude Goldsmith opened their meetings by giving their a cub scout oath in unison. Roll Call was answered by naming a circus animal. A new member Charles Bird sell was welcomed. Mothers Day gifts were made and a discussion was held on circus life. Games were played after which treats were furnished by Rick Calloway. Larry Hildebrand will have treats next time. A citizens of tomorrow Jud Meyer selected to attend boys state Den ii met at the scout Hall with their Den Mother mrs. Kenneth Goodwin. The meeting was opened by forming the living Circle and giving the cub scout Law. Roll Call was answered by naming a circus animal. The group told stories of circus animals and chose what they want to be for the pack meeting. The group made Flower pots and potted Flowers and carnations for mothers Day. William Farmer had the treats and Joe Clark will have them the next time. Jud Meyer son of or. And mrs. Elmer Meyer has been selected by the Bain Hulme legion Post As a Delegate to boys state at Camp Dodge june 2-8. Jud a Junior at Waco High school is Active in sports participating in football basketball and track. He is also a band and chorus member. Larry Henss. Son of or. And mrs. Laurence Henss has been named As alternate. New arrivals or. And mrs. Dennis Roth fort j Wayne Indiana Are the parents with the Spring season now Well of in 8 lb., Loz son Timothy Lee underway the Farmers Are going j born april 29. Timothy has one real Strong with Field work Etc. I sister and two Brothers. His this is the last in the series of photographs taken by Woltz studios and published by the Wayland news. Top picture a Freddie Gonzalez Ward of or. And mrs. Everett j. Roth of route 2, Wayland. Bottom picture a Cindy age 5, Bruce age 4, Bryan age 4, Chrysta age 2, Robin age i children of or. And mrs. Robert d. Sinn it. Pleasant Iowa. Pack meeting cub scout Den i and 2 met for their pack meeting tuesday evening april 30 at the Wayland mennonite Church basement. The work project for the month of april had been a the world above and the scouts had brought what they had made at Teir Den meetings and costumes to i represent different phases of world firemen answer Calls occupations from miners to space Wayland Volunteer firemen an men Quot swered two Calls last week. Claude Goldsmith presented the wednesday afternoon about following awards Mike Alderson 43o, children playing with fire Den i the Gold Arrow Larry ignited the barn on the late Gam Hildebrand and John Goldsmith Bergh property. The building from Den i Kelly Slagel Ken turned to the ground. Kaufman and William Farmer thursday afternoon when Keith from Den 2 received the Wolf Farmer was loading trash on the badge Victor Iwanowski Den 2,1 pickup he acc Dently loaded some received the Bobcat badge and which had 3parks in it there Harold Mann retires As Board chairman of i. S. U. Co. Harold l. Mann chairman of the Board of directors of Iowa Southern utilities will retire As a full time company officer on May 3. He will continue a3 a member of the Board of directors of the company. At the time of his retirement or. Mann will have completed almost a half Century of service in the electric and Gas Gas Utility business. He has had a major part in developing the present company management or i a animation and has led the Way for Many years. A genial personage he has Many friends throughout the company a territory and the Utility Industry. Or. Mann has always taken a keen interest in civic affairs and has contributed greatly of his time and talents. Or. Mann a first regular employment was with the Burlington railway and Light company in Burlington in june 1916, after having been graduated from technical High school in Burlington. He was first employed by that company on summertime vacation jobs in 1913. Or. Mann recalls that at that time there were still a substantial number of Homes using Gas for lighting and Carbon arc Street lighting fixtures were in operation in stores. About the Only electric appliances in the Home were the motor driven washing machine and the non automatic electric Iron. His experience with the Burlington company in John c. Riley suffers fatal heart attack John c. Riley 36, a resident at 1108 South Iowa Avenue in Washington for Only three months and a resident of Wayland before that died at 11 30 p. In. Friday at his Home. He had suffered a heart attack a month ago and a second attack was blamed for his death. Or. Riley was born december 9, 1927, in Ottumwa a son of Donald a. And Elizabeth Horan Riley. He was reared in Ottumwa and Riverside and married november 4, 1948 to Shirley Louise Siegrist. He w As a member of St. James Catholic Church and the knights of Columbus and at the time of his death was associated with the Washington livestock sales co. While a resident of Wayland he was manager of the Wayland sales co., inc. Survivors include his wife one daughter Deanna and two sons Dennis and Douglas All at Home. Also his parents of Ottumwa four Brothers and two Sisters. Funeral services were held at to a. In. Monday morning at St. Mary a Catholic Church in Ottumwa. School election to be monday three file papers from now on until the Harvest is in the farm accidents will be reported As they happen. Whenever there is work machinery hurry and humans there seems to be accidents. We were freshly reminded of this last week when a Brighton Man was injured by escaping anhydrous ammonia when a Hose came Loose while filling a smaller tank for use on a Field. When it comes in Contact with the skin it causes a chemical Burn which can be fatal under certain circumstances. In this generation we find that we have Many new gadgets to work with and Many new products to use in doing our everyday work and while certain agencies Etc., try to watch Over the Protection of those using these gadgets and products there still seem to be Many places where More of something is to be desired. I done to like government controls and i done to like to see people get Hurt. And it would seem to me that we Are going to have to do something to insure the safety of those using the new equipment and products without getting All tied up in experience and red tape with controls. Today we hear a lot of controversial talk about fertilizer insecticides drugs Weed sprays certain food items detergents water solution Etc., just to name a few All of this talk cannot be Rumor these new products have a very definite value and we Are thankful that we have them but it must go further than that we must use them in a responsible Way or they will do More harm than Good. The education of the Public in the use of Many of these new products has been neglected. Only the Bare details have been told Mother is the former Mary Roth daughter of or. And mrs. Jesse Roth. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Orie Roth Rural Wayland. Great grandmothers Are mrs. Mary Stutzman Milford Nebraska and mrs. Emma Christner r. R. 5, mount pleasant. Curtis Pamela and Douglas Roth Are staying at the Home of their grandparents for two weeks. Daniel Goodwin Den 2, received the membership award for Roundup of cubs. The theme for May a circus Days should prove to be an interesting objective and any boy Between and including the Ages of 8 and to that wishes to become a cub should Contact another cub or see Willis Hildebrand assistant cub master. I games were played following a the program was Little damage to the vehicle. Earl Berkshire has received word of the birth of a great grandson Brian Dean born May i to or. And mrs. James Shumaker of Cedar rapids. Mrs. Shumaker is the former Joann Berkshire daughter of or. And mrs. Wayne Berkshire mount pleasant. Sunday school classes enjoy tour thursday the Junior and senior girls sunday school classes of the sugar Creek Church enjoyed a tour thursday. Their first Stop was at Toledo where they had a very interesting tour of the state juvenile Home cookies cake Kool Aid and Eof-1and were guests of Roger Max fee were served. We it music instructor there. They _ j also ate lunch with or. Maxwell. I mrs. Maxwell formerly taught news of the ill a i music at Wayland. Amasa Miller underwent Surg-1 next Stop social Security your social Security office in Burlington is open from 8 30 to 4 30 monday through Friday. If you cannot come to Burlington you May Contact our representative who will be in mount pleasant tuesday May 14, from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. St at the Post office. And in Washington wednesday May 15, at the Post office from 9 00 to 11 00 a. Rn., St. Pvt. First class Ray Goodwin and pvt. First class Charles Dill of Oklahoma Are spending a leave from fort Leonard Wood Missouri at the parental Kenneth Goodwin Home and will return to their duties thursday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Wyse mrs. Estella Thurman and mrs. Effie Brooks spent sunday with their brother or. And mrs. George Weaver at Kirkwood Illinois. Them in most cases. Part of this place those regulating the use of in a Touchy position with the manufacturers. In a not trying to pick on anyone Here but i do think it is time tongs with those making and regu that something was done to make lating the use of the products sure people in general were pro where telling the truth would eith j tested without being tied hand or Cut the Sale of the product or and foot. Is due to the Public itself because not enough time has been spent in learning about what they Are using. And part of it be Ery at the memorial Hospital at it. Pleasant wednesday. Mrs. Mary Goldsmith was a patient at the memorial Hospital a t it. Pleasant wednesday through saturday for a Check up. Mrs. Shirley Clark the former Velma Johnson of Rural it. Pleasant was a medical patient j last week at the memorial Hospital with a Case of lockjaw. Dick Bare husband of the former Pauline Wittmer of it. Pleasant fell 30 feet from a scaffold thursday while working As a Carpenter on an addition to the children a Hospital in Iowa City. He was taken to mercy Hospital room 221, with a shattered and fractured right hip and a right Arm in jury. H. Schlatter was a patient at memorial Hospital at it. Pleasant sunday and monday after suffering from a heart muscle spasm at his Home Early sunday morning. Rolle Hyde returned to his Home saturday from the memorial Hospital at it. Pleasant. Barbara unternahrer daughter of or. And mrs. Daniel unternahrer Lagrange Indiana underwent an appendectomy Friday May 3. Was at Vinton where Harold Rector served As a guide through the school for the Blind. Or. Rectors Mother who also teaches at the school conducted a class for the Benefit of the girls and their chaperones. Or. Rector is married to the former Druscilla Graber of this Community. Both stops proved to be very educational and enjoying to the group. Enro Ute Home the evening meal was eaten at the Colony inn at Amana and miniature Golf was played at Iowa City. Girls making the trip were Kay Freyenberger Nedra Freyenberger Rozella Beachy Sandra Yoder i Janice Reschly Rita Graber Joyce Krabill Jeon Gerig Jean Gerig Dorothy Nebel Dorothy Roth Becky Roth Joyce Roth Melba Widmer Elaine Gerig Jane Boese Judy Graber and adults mrs. Bill readily mrs. Ivan Yoder mrs. Allen Roth mrs. Henry Widmer and Virginia Boshart. A special school election will be held monday May 13, 1963 to fill a vacancy on the Board of directors _. From director District no. 3 in the Waco Community school District to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Lester Roth. The election will be held at the following precincts Crawfordsville fire station a director District 2. Wayland school House a director District i and 3. Olds school House a director District 4. The polls will be open from 12 noon until 7 00 p. In. Candidates for election to fill this vacancy for the term ending september 1963, Are George h. Brooks Victor Hesseltine and Elmer r. Meyer. To be stationed at naval Hospital Hospital Man 2nd class Leonard Alliman arrived Home april 24 for a visit until june i at the parental Lester Alliman Home after which he will be stationed at a naval Hospital at Forrest Park Illinois. Mrs. Alliman who has been employed at Sylvania in Burlington will accompany or. Alliman to Forrest Park where they will make their Home. Wins in business management game Iowa Wesleyan College mount pleasant Leader throughout most of the six months of play in the mid America academic Confer j Ber of the j ence has won the business Man j club gement game with a paper profits of $1,774,000. John the group of Honor students organized last october by Paul Miller assistant professor of economics and business administration at Iowa Wesleyan included Stanley Meyer and Edwin Reschly of Wayland. Solved work in every area including sales engineering generation and distribution. During world War i Mann served almost two years in the army signal corps. Nearly half of that time was in France where he was an instructor in the army a electricity and communication schools. After the War he returned to the Burlington railway and Light company As manager of the Sigourney property. In 1921 he moved to Chariton to become District manager for Iowa Southern utilities which company had purchased the Burlington company a property. During world War ii Mann was Given the additional responsibility of managing Iowa Southern a Osceola District while the late colonel Gault was in the service. In 1946, he was transferred to the general office of the company in Centerville As assistant to the president. He became executive vice president in 1949, and a director of the company in 1950. Or. Mann was named president of the company in september 1956, succeeding Edward l. Shutts. In 1961, he was selected As chairman of the Board of directors which position he held at the time of his retirement. Mann is past president of the Iowa utilities association and has been chairman of various committees of the Missouri Valley electric association. He was a member and president of the Centerville Board of education for Many years also past commander of the american legion at Chariton and Sigourney past president of the Lions club Sigourney past president of the Chariton and Centerville rotary clubs and a Mem App noose country final . Meeting of year to be held at Crawfordsville the Waco Parent teacher association will hold the final meeting of the 1962-63 year at the schoolhouse in Crawfordsville on May 15th, at 7 30 p. In. During the business meeting the new officers for the coming year will be installed and the reports of the committees will be Given. The usual social hour will follow the business meeting. Wins John Briggs award John Graber Liberal arts senior at the state University of Iowa won the John Briggs award which is presented to the senior member of Phi Eta Sigma Honor society for men who has the highest cumulative Grade Point average. His Grade Point is 3.94. The award was presented at a joint banquet of Phi Eta Sigma men and Alpha Lambda Delta women which honoured 75 new members of the two groups. Graber is the son of or. And mrs. W. J. Graber r. R. Wayland. Sunday evening visitors at the Jacob Graber Home were or. And mrs. Wade Huffman. Mrs. Grace Welzell and or. And mrs. Harry Leichty of Waterloo and or. And mrs. W. L. Mcmickle attended the funeral of their brother Floyd Mcmickle at Barr memorial Chapel in fort Madison on monday afternoon. Or and mrs. C. E. Shumaker mrs. Everette Davison and Cher spent sunday afternoon and eve al were shoppers in Ottumwa sat Ning with mrs. Kate we Arth at new urday i London. 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. In. To 4 30 p. In. Sigourney a thursdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Fairfield a tuesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. It. Pleasant a fridays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. It. Madison a mondays 8 00 to 4 30 p. M., saturdays 8 00 a. In. To noon. Keokuk a tuesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Burlington a wednesdays and thursdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In

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