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Wayland News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1963, Wayland, Iowa To the Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa thursday May 16, 1963 a for the preaching of the Cross is to them that perish foolishness but unto us which Are saved it is the Power of i Corinth. 1 18 Many think that to talk of the Cross the blood of Christ and his mothers Day happenings a or. And mrs. C. E. Shumaker attended a co operative mothers Day dinner in Honor of mrs. Shu-1 makers Mother mrs. Hate Warth j at the we. Fehse Home in Bur a Lington. A cooperative Mother s Day supper was enjoyed at the Roy Garrett Home by mrs. Lavina Meyer or. And mrs. E. R. Meyer Melinda and Ursula or. And mrs. Allen Meyer and granddaughter Annette Meyer or. And mrs. Jim Meyer and Todd or. And mrs. Number 27 dying on the Cross to save us 0rval Meyer and fam ii or j from sin and death is just foolishness and a waste of time that should be used for something else. But is it those who know the lord find that it gives them strength courage and the will to continue and that it is the actual a a Power of the gospel. Seems like its rather hard to decide who is going to be the next Board member of the Waco Board of education. An election was supposed to do the Job painlessly mrs. Warren Anderson David and Scott mrs. Mabel Roth or. And mrs. Max Roth and sons or. And mrs. Donald Kauffman and family. Mary Wittmer of Chicago spent the mothers Day weekend at the parental Ezra Wittmer Home. Or. And mrs. David Wittmer and fam ily of Burlington joined her for mothers Day dinner at the Home of their parents. Or. And mrs. George Hansha ban Michael and Curt of Kansas and then it ends up in a tie. Well Rihr a a a a a in i Law a j a n Ltd spent the weekend with mrs. It i. At least Down to one of two it or and a a names now. Next week we should John Martin now a i Hope or amp and org Carl Peterson of West Burlington and mrs. Ralph Hoxworth of East Amana were mothers Day guests at the will Richard Home. Mrs. Margaret Schantz enjoyed mothers Day dinner at the Ted Tschantz Home. Or. And mrs. Dwain Tschantz and sons of Washington were afternoon callers. George Nussbaum Ray and Ronnie of Dealton Ohio spent the weekend at the Home of their daughter and sister or. And mrs. School activities Are very quickly drawing to a close for this year. Next week comes the graduation Issue of the news and by Friday of that week it will be All Over with but the shouting As the saying goes. Space is somewhat crowded again this week so Well Cut this off right Here and now with no further admonitions. David Swanson named area development representative for . David h. Swanson has been named area development representative for the Iowa Southern utilities company according to an announcement made today by c. T. Miles company vice president. In his new position David will work with local area development groups existing industries and Chambers of Commerce to promote Industrial and area development in communities and Rural areas served by Iowa Southern. Or. Swanson a graduate of St. Baccalaureate sunday evening May 19, 1963 Waco Community High school gymnasium 7 30 p. Olds Iowa processional Kathr Felcher invocation. Re pc Jde Ernul a Blessing glory w Wisdom and Power Bach a a Waco High school mixed chorus directed by mrs. Ardith Ingmanson introduction of speaker. Luse sup address _ a on our ,&Quot.Rev. George Buchanan violin Solo a a meditation Quot from thais Marilyn Graber announcements. Car use. Supt. A the creation Quot Richter. Mixed chorus by Nedic Ion. Rev. Clyde Erwin recessional. Kath Fetcher school election ends in tie Russell Stoops died creative dramatics Russell Stoops of Pico Rivera 0uts6 to be Given California passed away tuesday at Iowa we Slovan May 7, after a lengthy illness. N a Seyan Russell is the brother of James one of the most interesting mail Box improvement week the week of May 20 through the 25 has been designated by the Post office department As mail Box improvement week. Patrons of the Wayland Post office Rural routes Are requested to furnish mail boxes which Are of an approved Type Are conveniently located which protect the mail and Are neat appearing. Boxes that Are properly erected and maintained in weatherproof condition with the patrons name on them contribute to efficient delivery and Protection of the mail. Rural patrons Are required to provide end opening boxes of the approved Type except in cases where the boxes of the top open ing Type have been in continuous use by the same Patron and Are kept in Good condition. If the Box is not easily served by the Carrier from his vehicle or is not kept in Good serviceable condition it should be replaced with an approved Box. Rural boxes Are to be located on Brothers. Vino Vav Rutiri Utility Chiu is it i also survived by his wife son or s Eyan Collet a this year will be daughter granddaughter and his of a. Dramatics for children parents two Sisters and three j is g offered for the first time and will be Given by Bob fronterhouse assistant professor of speech and drama and director of the College theatre. The course is scheduled first term june to through july 13. The course will be for teachers news from Parkview a by mrs. Mabel Wittrig who had been assisting with the household duties at the Roth Home returned Home with them. Or. And mrs. Willis Hildebrand and family along with the Everette Hildebrand family of new London ate sunday dinner with their father Otto Hildebrand at Fairfield and called on their Mother mrs. Hildebrand who is a medical patient at the Jefferson county Hospital. The Willis Hilje brands also called in the evening at the parental Roy Barton Home near Oakland Mills. Sunday dinner guests at the i George a a buds fort Home were or. Stoops of this Community and is Ishu a Quot so Emmer fch�o1 at Iowa the right Side of the Road in the direction the Carrier travels and the patrons name should be placed on the Side of the Box visible to the Carrier As he approaches. Where boxes afre grouped the names May be placed on the doors of the boxes. The Box number May be shown on the Box. The cooperation of All patrons in this mail Box improvement project is solicited. The mail Box which is in Good condition and is kept painted not Only gives the owner Pride in its appearance but also speeds the delivery of his mail and offers that mail More Protection from rain and wind. Any Rural Box owner who has any questions concerning the location of his Box the installation of the Box or the painting of Box and supports is urged to Contact the Rural Carrier on his route or the postmaster. Results of the Waco school election monday to fill a vacancy on the Board of directors from director District no. 3 in the Waco Community school District for a term until september 1963, ended in a tie with 138 votes each for Elmer Meyer and George Brooks with . Hesseltine receiving 90 votes. According to county supt. J. H. Mcgrath the tie will be resolved by the Waco Board of directors As a canvassing Board and will be decided by lot at a meeting monday evening May 20. Break Down of the results is District no. 2, Crawfordsville Meyer 23 Brooks 21 Hesseltine 31. District no. 4, Olds Meyer 27 Brooks 85 Hesseltine 16. District no. I and 3, Wayland Meyer 88 Brooks 32 Hesseltine 43. Clean up Day clean up Day a wednesday May 22, by town truck. Residents Are asked to have trash at alleys where possible and where there is no Alley have trash close to Street. Trash must be in boxes or sacks. No ashes or Brush will be accepted. The adult choir of the Wayland., mennonite Church spent the hour and wl11 include actg out stories ordinarily used on wednesday eve iprein8�?~ rhythm and using Ning for practice Here in the Home a a 8 literature a music and i Poe help children use imagination Amasa Miller returned to the an express inn Quot singing for us. We enjoyed 11 wl11 show teachers How Larry Roth. Mrs. Nussbaum immensely. Home from memorial Hospital on u mtr Duce thursday. Be had spent nine Days in Etc held h s d a Quot in unusual there following surgery fashion and also release the wealth mrs. Mary Sherer and Marlys a t5�?ok a a Quot i Media the that came from Des Moines saturday f.? la we Chi Quot him to spend mothers Day with mrs i j. Fronterhouse explained Mabel Wittrig. A discus sins the course. Children from the Ages of seven to thirteen will be used in the pro Cloud state College St. Cloud Minnesota received his m. A. Degree at the University of Minnesota. Before accepting the position with Iowa Southern he worked eight years for the Northern states Power company As an economist and sales representative in the area development department. The Swanson family David his wife Suzanne and son Matt age 2 will move to Centerville from St. Paul Minnesota in the near future. And miss. W. E. Fort and Ronnie apr on/1 text a it to. To ii it mrs. Nina Zear enjoyed a picnic supper on mothers Day with her daughter mrs. Vivian Neff and family of Sigourney and son Lyle Dean and family of Columbus Junction. Our Volunteer Cooks sunday were or. And mrs. Jake unternahrer or. And mrs. Alfred wag auction of a. A. Milne so Winnie the Pooh. They will also act out other stories learning belief in the role they play concentration As Well As awareness and reaction of the audience. Poppy Day to be observed sat., May 25 residents of this Community and area will want to keep in mind cub scouts Den i met cub scout Den i met at the cub scout room monday with their Den Mother mrs. Ervin stauffer and assistant mrs. Claude Goldsmith. Roll Call was answered with something seen at a circus besides animals. Each boy told what he planned to be at the circus pack meeting. Each boy made his own Side show background using Crayola and soapsuds Art As decorators. Games were played after which the living Circle was formed and the cub scout oath Given in unison to close the meeting. Larry Hildebrand served treats and Ricky stauffer will have them the next time. Or. Fronterhouse directed the to lat App it a Day War be observed cooperative dinner held a family cooperative dinner was enjoyed sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Maurice Gowey in Observance of their 40th wedding anniversary. All of their children and their families were present. They Are or. And mrs. Joseph Gowey and sons of Wayland or. And mrs. Ralph Gowey and family of Milan in. Or. And mrs. Don Drish of Moline ii or. And mrs. Donald Hoekstra and family of Richland or. And mrs. Dennis Conrad and family of Keota and or. And mrs. De Warren of Pacifica California. Afternoon callers were or. And mrs. Berkley Brown of Cedar rapids or. And mrs. Roman Bor Koski and or. And mrs. L. P. Guy. The Warrens arrived wednesday to visit until the 20th of May with relatives Here. Or. Warren will also spend several Days in Chicago on business. 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. Or. And mrs. Harold Rixe spent mothers Day at the parental Herman Rixe Home at Bennett. And or. And mrs. Jim fort and family. In the evening those enjoying an a indoor Quot picnic supper at the fort Home were or. And mrs. Dale Good and family or. And mrs. Thomas Orth and or. And mrs. Darwin Wolford All of Burlington or. And mrs. Roger Richard and family of Fairfield and or. And mrs. Andy Tschantz. Or. And mrs. Jacob Graber Linda and Karen were guests sunday at the James Baughman Home near Pulaski to observe the dual occasion of mothers Day and or. Graben birthday which he celebrated monday. Or. And mrs. Ralph Roth and mrs. Emma Troutman joined or. And mrs. De Lampe Mary Kay and Ellen of mount pleasant for Mother s Day dinner at the Robert Roth Home in mount pleasant. Mothers Day dinner guests at the parental Max Mcguire Home were or. And mrs. Roger Mcguire and family or. And mrs. Emery Mcguire and family or. And mrs. Harry Mcguire and family or. And mrs. Myron Mcguire and son or. And mrs. Richard Benge and family. Mrs. Ella Rich was Happy to receive a Telephone Call sunday from her son Art Rich of Santa Barbara California at which time he extended her mothers Day greetings. Mrs. Katie a. Wenger was a mothers Day dinner guest of her family at the Hoie of her son or. And mrs. J. C. Wenger. Others present were or. And mrs. Harold Wenger and family or. And mrs. Ira Wenger and Wayne or. And mrs. Raymond Wenger or. And mrs. Noah unternahrer Ani family. Or. And mrs. John Schlatter attended Mother s Day Church services at the Zion mennonite Church in Donnellson As guests of their daughter mrs. Don Krehbiel and or. Krehbiel and afterwards were joined by or. And mrs. Glen Schlatter and family of mount pleasant for dinner at the Krehbiel Home. Or. And mrs. Gary Shelangoski and boys spent the weekend at Mars. Leonard Wyse mrs. Minnie Kempf and mrs. Harris Boese. Or. And mrs. Simon Gingerich and mrs. Mary Sherer and Marlys were sunday dinner guests. Miss Mary Wittmer of Chicago was a guest for supper saturday evening. Mrs. Verna Kaufman spent the weekend at the Home of her son Archie North of Washington. Simon Gingerich brought the morning message sunday and Kila Pink taught the sunday school class. Mrs. Lizzie Eshelman spent sunday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Ralph Mcguire. Mrs. Emma Troutman accompanied her daughter mrs. Ralph Roth and or. Roth to it. Pleasant and spent sunday at the Home of the Roth a son Bob and family. Mrs. Sarah Wenger spent sunday with members of her family at the Home of her granddaughter or. And mrs. Wesley Roth in it. Pleasant. The place favors for mothers Day were handkerchiefs folded in a the shape of a Rose placed in a fancy nut cup made by the women of the methodist Church. A the second anniversary of Parkview Home was observed wednesday May 8. Or. Elon Boshart president of the Board was present for the occasion wednesday noon and spoke to the Gap. Refreshments consisting of a birthday cake and ice Cream were enjoyed by All present. Four guests were on Hind opening Day May 8, 1961. Aft present a total of 35 guests resale in the Home. Twelve regular land five part time workers Are employed and Many other services Are provided by Volunteer Anc women auxiliary workers. We ire grateful for the combined eff its of All who have Laboured so Faith full that the Home might Prosper. C Hildrene a theatre last summer in Ottumwa. He is a graduate of Ottawa University with the b. D. Degree from Berkley Baptist divinity school and m.a. From the University of Texas plus further study. He joined the Iowa Wesleyan faculty in 19g9. As director of the College theatre he has pro veterans require More Hospital saturday May 25, As in the past years memorial Day and poppy Day Are synonymous. A Torch of great Challenge confronts us today As we face the 1963 poppy distribution to the Public. World War i veterans Are among the aged. World War diced outstanding plays from the greek classics to present Day writing. Attend funeral or. And mrs. Emery Wenger mrs. Katie Roth mrs. Ben Roth mrs. J. Y. Rensberger were in Milford Nebraska where on sunday afternoon they attended the funeral of a Nephew Merlin Stutzman 38, at the Bethel mennonite Church. Mrs. Stutzman is the daughter of the late Rev. And mrs. Ezra Roth. Iza tion. With the increase of veterans children of world War ii and the korean conflict we find greater need for our poppy funds a with the Ever increasing threat of communistic infiltration we find a great need for upholding the principles for which these Gallant men fought made the supreme sacrifice or Are now hospitalized. Remember the machine has yet to invade the poppy Industry. When you Wear a poppy remember you Are wearing a handmade memorial Flower a a real product of love and remembrance. Local news notes the parental Earl Dickinson Home.1 Ger. Or. And mrs. Ira Winger and Wayne or. And mrs i Kenneth guff and mrs. Mabel Rimer were dinner guests on Sundi May 5, at the Home of mrs. Kat a. Wen or. And mrs. Lyle Zehr or. And mrs. Laurence Henss or. And mrs. Jim Troutman miss Lois Nebel miss Donna Roth miss Dorothy Arbogast a. B. Magdefrau or. And mrs. Warren Bergh and or. And mrs. J. G. Widmer were guests thursday evening of the Washington and Louisa county Bankers association at a banquet served at St. Josephus Parish Hall at pleasant Plain. New arrivals or. And mrs. Laverne Blosser Are the parents of a daughter Holly Anna born sunday May 5. At the memorial Hospital mount pleasant. Holly weighed 6 lbs., 12 of. At birth. The Blosser a Are parents o another daughter Laura. C. H. Fager Lancaster pa., is Grandfather of the Little miss. Teams organize form tri county league an organizational meeting to form the tri county softball league was held at Wyman on May 3 with teams from eight towns forming the league. They Are it. Union Brighton Columbus Junction Wyman Crawfordsville Olds Wayland and Richland. All games Are to be played on tuesday and Friday nights with the first league game scheduled Foi the first tuesday in june with Brighton meeting Columbus Junction at Brighton. The game will Start at 8 p. Rn., Standard time. A a Eddie Edwards manager of the Brighton team was elected Secretary and treasurer of the league. Trail ride sunday the Wayland Saddle club will have a Trail ride sunday May 19. Those wanting to ride Are asked to meet at the Arena at 1 00 p. In. The name of mrs. John Zihlman was omitted from the list of those who assisted in the Jefferson county heart fund drive. Rev. And mrs. Archie Penner and family of Iowa City spent Friday evening at the Warren Schlatter Home. Or. And mrs. Jacob Graber and Linda or. And mrs. P. P. Graber along with or. And mrs. Homer Wenger of Winfield were supper guests thursday evening at the Joe Rich Home near Crawford Ille. The occasion was a Surprise for Jacob Graber who on monday observed his birthday. Or. And mrs. Jim Mccrabb and family of Keota were sunday dinner guests at the parental Ivan Wyse Home. Debbie and Sandy Mccrabb remained for a few Days visit with their grandparents. Or. And mrs. Roger Ruth Are the parents of a 7 lh., 8 of. Daughter Kendra Joy born Friday May i i at the memorial Hospital it. Pleasant. Maternal grandparents Are Rev. And mrs. Vernon Roth and mrs. Katie Roth is paternal grandmother. Mrs. Mabel Erb of Hesston Kansas and mrs. C. G. Widmer of Wayland Are great grandmothers. Or. And mrs. Andy Tschantz were business callers in Cedar rapids saturday. Or. And mrs. Gerald Nebel Are the parents of a 7 lh., 13 of. Son born monday May 13 at the Washington county Hospital. Or. And mrs. Arthur Speas were sunday evening supper guests at the Lloyd Griggs Home at Washington. 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. Sigourney a thursdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. I Airfield a tuesdays 8 30 a. In. To 4 30 p. In. It. Pleasant a fridays 8 30 a. 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 m. To 4 30 p. Burlington a wednesdays and thursdays. 8 30 a. In. To 1 30 p. M

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