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Wayland News (Newspaper) - May 23, 1963, Wayland, Iowa
The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa thursday May 23, 1963 number 28 a but that the world May and As the father gave me know that i love the father commandment even so i do. Arise let us go John it lbs How do we ourselves and others know that we love the lord not just because we say we do or act like we do a but As we keep his commandments. We prove that love is carrying out his will. George Brooks is new Board member two others resign at a special meeting May 20, j. H. Mcgrath Henry county supt. Of schools met with the Waco Board of education to determine the results of the special election May 13th to elect a director from District number 3. J. H. Mcgrath declared the vote a tie Between g. H. Brooks and Elmer Meyer. The two names were put in a hat and g. H. Brooks name drawn and declared elected. James Troutman was appointed by the Board As Secretary for the remainder of the school year. E. P. Herrman submitted his written resignation As a Board member effective immediately. Supt. Carl Luse expressed his Oral resignation with a written statement to be furnished on May 21. Russell Davison submitted his written resignation from the Board effective immediately. The present Board will attempt to appoint a new member from districts number 1 and 2 to serve until the next regular election in september. Urges veterans citizens to participate in memorial services commander Arthur Speas urges All veterans to participate in the grave decorating of All the servicemen who gave their lives that americans might remain free on memorial Day thursday May 30. They Are to meet at the american legion Hall at 8 15 that morning and Are scheduled to decorate the Graves at the cemeteries in the following order 9 00 a. M., Cottonwood cemetery 9 30 a. M., North Hill cemetery 9 45 a. M., Center cemetery 10 00 a. M., sugar Creek cemetery 10 15 a. M., Baptist cemetery 10 30 a. M., Finley cemetery 11 00 a. M., Wayland cemetery commander Speas also reminds us that the Observance of memorial Day in Wayland should include the display of a United states Flag by every Home and business firm in the Community. Volunteer help to build cemetery Fence the following men donated their time and labor to build a new Fence around the North Hill cemetery Friday and saturday May 17 and 18 Melborne Borgstrand Dale Clark Mel Haberman Fred Hixson Clinton Hertig Donnie her tig Paul Imhoff Harold Kauffman Elmer Meyer Allen Meyer Harold Meyer Donald Meyer Dean Meyer Dwight messenger Paul Miller de Richenberger Max Roth Espy Schroll Ezra Wittmer Arthur Wyse Allen Wenger and Chris stauffer who worked for Ralph and Max Kauffman. Mrs. Lyle Zehr mrs. Ezra Wittmer mrs. Laurence Sheaffer and mrs. Estella Thurman served pop iced Tea cookies and Rolls in the morning and afternoon of both Days. The Fence has greatly improved the cemetery. Or. And mrs. De Warren of a Ica California and mrs. Maur Gowey of Brighton were Fri evening supper guests at the Gowey Home at Wayland. Mrs. Tom Wenger and f Muscatine enjoyed a at the parental al it a Home. 48 seniors in Waco High schools first graduating class commencement exercises for the first Waco graduate class will be held at Olds on May 24 at 8 00 p. With 48 members of the class of 1963 receiving their diplomas. Or. Paul Uhlinger chairman of the philosophy and religion department Iowa Wesleyan College will address the class on the topic a Stop the world i want to get off Friday evening 8 00 p. M., May 24 in the Waco High school gymnasium at Olds. Or. Uhlinger was born in Way Ren Ohio and is a graduate of the Warren Ohio Public schools. He is a graduate of the missionary training Institute Nyack new York has a Bachelor of arts valedictorian Marilyn Skaber daughter of or. And mrs. Wilbert Graber of Wayland was named As valedictorian of the Waco High school graduating class. She averaged 10.7 Points based on an 11 Point system. Gary Conrad to attend boys state Gary Conrad was selected by the Olds american legion Post no. 626 As their representative to boys state. The selection was made at the posts last regular meeting which was in april. Gary is a member of the Junior class at Waco High school and is the son of or. And mrs. Glen Conrad of mount pleasant route no. 5. Boys state will be held from june 2nd to june 8th. It is held annually As an experience to government and citizenship for Junior boys selected by legion posts throughout the state. Wayland Rodeo to be held May 29-30 the Wayland Saddle club Are sponsoring a Rodeo to be held May 129 and 30. Advance tickets May be purchased at the sail inn cafe for $1.00 for adults and 50c for Chil i Dren. Tickets at the Gate will be $1.25 for adults and 65c for children. Ralph Roth received a painful steam and hot water Burn to the top of his right hand while working at the Mink farm. Salutatorian correction our apologies to or. And mrs. Ted Tschantz for the typographical error. It should have read 150 persons were in attendance. Mrs. Ida Berry and or. And mrs. John Mcconahey of Brighton were sunday afternoon and evening supper guests at the Warren Bergh Home. Another sunday visitor in the Bergh Home was Warren Newmann of Madison Wisconsin. Or. Bergh and or. Newmann were both employed As engineers at Western electric co. In Chicago in the Early 30�?Ts. Or. Newmann was Enro Ute to Nebraska to attend the 50th anniversary of his school alumni. Or. And mrs. Smith Trump of Burlington were sunday visitors at the c. E. Rhum Home. Cheryl Davison left and Joyce Roth right shared the slut utopian honors each having earned a 10.2 Points average. Cheryl is the daughter of or. And mrs. Everett Davison of Wayland and Joyce is the daughter of or. And mrs. Lester Roth of Wayland. Commencement Waco High school Olds Iowa Friday May 24, 196 3 8 00 p. Processional Cannon Crawford invocation Rev. Paul Pennington salutatorian address Joyce Roth a a i May never pass this Way again mixed chorus arrangement by Roy King salutatorian address Cheryl Davison introduction of speaker Carl Luse supt. A Stop the world i want to get off or. Paul Uhlinger Iowa Wesleyan College a let not your song end a Cain mixed chorus valedictorian address Marilyn Graber presentation of the first graduating class of the w Aco High school John b. Alderson Prin. Presentation of diplomas or. E. P. Herrmann president Board of education Benediction Rev. Paul Pennington recessional Carmon Crawford 4. a or. Paul Uhlinger degree from Youngstown University Bachelor of divinity from Oberlin College doctor of philosophy from Boston University and wrote his dissertation on the topic a King Solomon in the Light of he has studied archaeology and biblical backgrounds in Egypt Lebanon Syria Jordan Israel Greece and Italy on the Stowell scholarship of the new England conference of the methodist Church. In the summer of 1961 or. Uhlinger studied in philosophy at the University of Edinburgh Scotland and travelled extensively in the North european countries. He has served As pastor of various methodist churches and was Dean of students at Taylor University in Upland Indiana prior to his coming to Iowa Wesleyan College in september of 1962. In the summer of 1962 or. Uhlinger studied at Harvard University in pragmatism the philosophy of Art Plato and phenomenology. He married the former Martha Hughes of Warren Ohio who is a graduate of the missionary training Institute Nyack new York has a Bachelor of science in education northeastern University in Boston has taught extensively in Public schools As Well As lectured in religious education. A daughter Marthanne is specializing in elementary education and has studied methods in Basel Switzerland travelled in France Italy Germany and Austria. Or. Uhlinger a hobbies Are Home repair and travel. Such extensive training and travel experiences surely mean an interesting eve ing for the we Aco commencement. High school awards presentation of the High school awards will be at 8 30 a. M., thursday at the Olds gym. The Public is invited to attend. Graduate from mennonite school Elaine Gerig daughter of re1 and mrs. Vernon Gerig Kennet Reschly son of or. And or Floyd Reschly Connie grate daughter of or. And mrs. Dillo Graber Kenneth Beachy son c or. And mrs. Joe Beachy Bonn Roth daughter of or. And or Neal Roth and Joseph Wenge son of or. And mrs. Glen Weng it of this Community Are among to senior students graduating fro the Iowa mennonite school Nei Kalona. Commencement exercises will 1 held at 7 45 p. M., thursday eve Ning at the school. Harold Bauman of Goshen Indiana w be the speaker. Several from Here also attend the baccalaureate sunday eve Ning
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