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Wayland News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1963, Wayland, Iowa The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland in Henry county Iowa thursday november 7, 1963 number 52 Good things a a a by Cliff Elmore a watch be therefore and Pray always that be May be accounted worthy to escape All these things that shall come to pass and to stand be fore the son of Luke 21 36 in our world today we worry about Many things things that no doubt seem important to us and yet when we sit Down to consider them we feel that they Are not really the important things in life at All. But instead of doing something about it we go right on worrying and fretting about those things. One thing sure we Are going to have to account to god at some time for All that we do a and his judgment will be just and fair. Patrons cooperate in zip mail program the patrons of the Wayland Post office Are due the thanks of the postal employees for their cooperation in the Post office departments zip mailing program. The coding of mail for dispatch and distribution is growing and promises to be the most efficient method yet devised to implement and Speed up the distribution of mail. The use of the zip code enables the first distributor to Dis news from Waco school education strengthens the nation is the theme for american education week to be observed this year during the week of november 10-16. The theme is highly appropriate in Light of current world conditions. Not Only has education contributed directly to the technological changes which annually increase the Standard of i Waco warriors win Over Central High 25-0 for perfect 6-2 record the Champion Waco warriors ended up with a perfect Blackhawk conference record 6-0, by shutting out Central High Here Friday reserved seats on Sale for a Annie get your gun yes Virginia there was a real Annie Oakley and she joined the Buffalo Bill wild we est show fell in love with and married John b. Martin elected mayor 163 ballots cast Patch much mail directly to Sec in and a wealth the Nat to Quot a a tons of the country and sectional centers without intermediate Steps of sorting and handling. As the time of the heavy Holiday mail period approaches it is important that mailers Avail themselves yet More of this Means of making the delivery of their mail quicker and More uniform. If any Mailer has questions about the zip code numbers or the method of using this service we can know for please feel free t0 come to us at the Post office with the problem. But it stands As the primary bulwark in the ideological struggle Between East and West. Each year during the week in which veterans Day occurs american education week is held to put the spotlight on what the schools Are doing. National sponsors Are the National education association the american legion National Congress of parents and teachers and the us s. Office of education. In connection with this event night 25-0 in the final conference i Frank Butler a and was adopted tilt by chief sitting Bull. We Aco 6-2 for the season will end its season against Winfield mount Union in a non Loop tilt at Winfield next Friday night. Halfback Steve Mast and a a Larry Henss led the warriors of shot coach Buzz Groom to Victory Over Central. Mast scored two touchdowns and gained 111 Yards in 29 carries for the night a 3.8 a and she was a fabulous Marksman with a gun she could hit Small bails flying through the air by sighting in the mirrored surface of a Bowie Blade. She coins from her husbands hand and cigarettes from his Mouth. Annie met Frank Butler reputed to be the leading Marksman of his Day at a Rifle match remember the zip number is the i parents and citizens of the Waco the town election is now history. I done to know whether you agree with a a history As it takes place or not but its to be this Way for a least two years now. No matter who gets elected or who agrees or not the thing to do is last item in the address Box 303, Wayland Iowa 52654. We would like to remind the mailers of the importance of mailing Early and of making certain that packages offered for mailing Are adequately packed and wrapped. Parcels sent by Ordinary parcel Post to Oversea destinations should be in the mail by no to become interested in your town j vember 15th those gent by air. Take an Active part in its af-1 mail can be sent somewhat later. Fairs and All work Ogeth remember that a package which or for the betterment of the town and ifs population. How Many have been Reading the articles written by the Lions club committee that we have published ? it seems to me this group should be commended. If for no other reason their Frank approach to the affairs and problems of the Community. Wayland is not unusual in its town conditions but i feel it is unusual that the Cit i arrives at its destination in bad condition because of poor packing is not a very pleasant Surprise. If it is Worth sending it is Worth the extra care in preparing for mailing. The 1963, 5c Christmas stamp is now on Sale at the Post office. This is a distinctive stamp with a picture of the Whitehouse Christmas tree on a Blue background which will add to the Holiday appearance of your letters and cards. The Post office department zeus Are willing and Able to put also announces that there will be their problems out on the table special address for Santa Claus and take a Good look at them Call this year the Complete address ing them by the exact name for which they Are known. The next step of course is to District Are invited to visit their local schools to see for themselves what is going on. Elementary the fourth Grade at Crawfordsville Are using games and an electric Board to learn the Basic multiplication facts. One of the More interesting devices developed for their use is a card Board picture of a Black cat sitting on a Fence. Through holes in the cat the Basic multiplication facts can be seen. These have been arranged ingeniously on a Circle that can be moved. The answers also rotate so that by raising the cat tail the answer will be found. The object is to answer All the questions without need to a pull pass a a 6b at Wayland presented a a1 Reading a spooky the scared Little ghost to grades 4a, 4b and 6a on halloween afternoon. Those acting out the Story re amp Jean Burkholder Vicki Richen Berger and Christal Roth. Lavonne Roth was student director. After rage. Henss completed six of 14 arranged to publicize butlers passes for 62 Yards. Waco out j show. Rushed Central 187 to 113. Cen these facts Are Woven into the Tralys Only pass completion was As plot of a Annie get your gun a result of pass interference. Waco drove 68 Yards to score in the first Quarter with Mast along with a lot of action laughs and color. Waco High schools production set for november 15 a total of 163 votes were cast in the Wayland town election tuesday with John b. Martin elected mayor with 149 votes. Sam Wittmer received 4 write in votes. Elected to the Council for a term of four years were Milton Roth with 103 votes and Everett Hileman 86 votes. Warren Bergh with 82 votes and v. H. Boekel Man also with 82 votes tied for the third seat on the 4 year term. It will be announced later As to which will serve the 4 year term and the other will serve for 2 years. Also elected for a 2 year term i was William Eicher with 81 votes. J. Laurence Henss was reelected treasurer receiving 136 votes. Plunging Over from the two. Henss 116, will offer a Fine evenings in passed to Don Lowe for the sex i text ailment proving a a there a no tra Point. Mast loped 14 Yards to pay dirt and Lowe scampered 20 on an end around for the second Quarter scores. Steve Fletcher bolted five Yards to score and culminate a Long drive in the fourth Quarter. Jim Roth Terry Farmer Blaine Rodgers and Fletcher were singled out for their defensive play by coach Groom. Rev. Gerald z. Ogden will conduct services at Cottonwood Church business like show other familiar tunes will linger As the show unfolds a a doing we hat comes naturally a a you can to get a Man with a gun a a the girl that i marry a a they say its wonderful a and a Sun in the morning a to name a few. Reserved tickets for the Waco production starring Amy Wyse As a a Annie and Judson Meyer As a Frank Butler a Are on Sale at the High school principals office. In addition to the 400 reserved seats for each nights performance bleacher seats will be sold at the door november 15-16. Rev. Gerald z. Ogden will conduct evangelistic services at the Reimt Lorp in to Etc Cottonwood e. U. B. Church to j cum Limi Huv hims rated 2va Miles West of Wayland i thanksgiving food Sale Satu each evening november to j Day november 16, at dutch san through 24, at 7 30 p. In. There j to Lue shop sponsored by chapter Chol special music each evening. A a t. T. T. Rev. Ogden has been in Evan-1 Geli Stic work since he left the j Wayland w. S. C. S. Chicken service where he was a chaplains 1 supper wednesday november 13, assistant in the naw. He re starting at 5 30 p. In. In Brighton a race for mayor Austin Emry was elected with 82 votes out of a total of 239 votes cast. Deane Stannard received 64 votes Jack Scheeler 58 write in votes Don Dickinson 13 votes and Burdette Miller 8 votes. An All new Council was elected with Clifford Chamberlin receiving 135 votes Kenneth Farrier 157 Donald Guy 155 Tom Lowry 132 and Robert Guy 130. Howard Emry received 109 votes Dale Gegner 117 Arthur Long 43 Clarence Roberts 55 Hubert Romine 57, and Don Dickinson write in31. Will include the zip code number Chi ral Reading 6b enjoyed a As follows North pole 99701. Each i Hall Ween party. In charge of child who writes to Santa Claus get at the Correct solution and using this address is assured of this too will take the willingness and ability to Lay aside Pride and prejudice and do the work which is necessary. A reply. Rev. Ernie Porzelius will bring messages at special meetings Here Rev. Ernie Porzelius minister of the Zion mennonite Church at Donnellson Iowa will bring the messages at the special meetings at the Wayland mennonite Church sunday november to through Friday november 15. He will also speak at the sunday morning services november 17. The meetings will Start at 7 30 p. Rn., with a children a Story and special music each evening to which the Public is invited. The theme for the week a the Christian life with the following topics sunday a seeking sure Security monday a Pagan policies in Pew and pulpit tuesday a dangerous Opportunity wednesday a the Church a Maze or a mass a thursday a who May claim the name a Friday a the hardest thing in life and Sun John Atkinson appointed electrical equipment Engineer appointment of John e. Atkinson of 31621 Lamar drive Farmington Michigan As electrical equipment Engineer for Detroit Edison a general engineering department has been announced. He succeeds Ivan s. Mendenhall who retired october i. Or. Atkinson a son of or. And mrs. Carl Atkinson of Brighton is a former resident of Crawfordsville and is an electrical engineering graduate of the state University of Iowa Iowa City. He also earned a masters degree in electrical engineering at Wayne state University in Detroit. He joined Detroit Edison in 1950 As a test Engineer in the company a electrical system Laboratory and advanced through various engineering departments. Since 1961 he has worked As a senior Engineer in the systems and stations division of general engineering. On his new assignment he will Day morning a a i Ake time to be be responsible for engineering a holy. $77.82 collected for Unicof thursday seventy seven dollars and marines eighty two cents were collected in the Unicof drive thursday evening conducted by the youngsters of the Community. The committee wishes to thank All those who so willingly cooperated with their Money donations and in receiving the goblins and ghosts who called. Also for donations of Candy bars and Money for the drink. Plication of major electrical equipment. Or. Atkinson is a Veteran of world War ii in which he served overseas with the United states he also is Active in the Michigan Section of the Institute of electrical and electronics engineers. 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 pleas Jane sinn was a patient at the Washington county Hospital thursday and Friday after having the misfortune of losing her Index Finger at the first joint on her right hand in an Accident at the Washington manufacturing company in Washington where she is employed. Games for the party were Marilyn Wenger Patsy Wintermeyer Roland Leichty and Jim Widmer. Treats were served by the room mothers mrs. Dale Richenberger mrs. Albright mrs. Burkholder and mrs. Kauffman. Junior High As a Climax to their unit on Iowa history the seventh Grade at Wayland took a Field trip to the Amana colonies last tuesday. The group was under the supervision of their social studies teacher mrs. Jesse Linch. Prior arrangements had been made with the of Yoke inn to provide guide service in the person of mrs. Leichsenring. The group visited the Woolen Mills the furniture factory the Butcher shop and the bakery. Previous to the trip to the colonies the students had discussed the life of the Manas and had written reports for social studies. As a follow up each of the class members will write a theme for English about the trip. Mrs. Willis Hildebrand mrs. Max Roth and mrs. Luella Kauffman accompanied the group As chaperones. Everett Hileman drove the bus. Two bus loads of seventh and eighth Grade students from the Wayland Center attended a skating party at the Washington rink monday evening. High school the Tempo of rehearsals has increased As the fall production of a Annie get your gun is now Only nine Days away. Tickets have been going fast since sales began on monday. The charge is $1.00 for adults and 75c for students. This promises to be one of the Best High school productions Ever staged in this part of Iowa. Done to miss it. Supt. Thomas or. Boekelman and or. Groom attended the annual fall dinner meeting of the Blackhawk conference at the hotel Manning in Keosauqua monday evening. The highlight of the meeting was the presentation of the Blackhawk conference championship trophy to Waco for football. Coaches met to pick All Cei Ved his Seminary training in fort Worth Texas. He has also served in pastorate. Two churches were established under his ministry a one in Des Moines Iowa and one in Siloam Springs Arkansas. Both were organized after successful ten meetings. Over eighty decisions were made during the Siloam Springs revival. He has conducted revivals in several states. In the summer of 1962, in a tent revival forty people came Forward to make decisions at the close of a saturday night service. Everyone is invited to hear this old time revival preaching. Cottonwood e. U. B. Church supper Bazaar and auction starting 4 30 p. Rn., Friday evening november 8. New arrivals or. And mrs. Max Nebel Des Moines Are the parents of an 8 lb., 6 of. Son Brian Max born october 27. Brian As two Sisters Christi and Cindy. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Lewis Nebel Wayland this being their first grandson. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. George Macklenburg of Denmark. Or. And mrs. Donald Lynn were sunday evening supper guests at the Harold Messer Home at Olds. Lions Lub writes on our attitude toward businessmen editors note this is the la particular business As a reaction sixth in a series of articles written by a committee of Lions club members encouraging an a improve Wayland Campaign. A great Deal of publicity has been Given recently to studies on Community development. One of to some real or imagined grievance against the Man who operates the business. Many persons have driven Miles to do business elsewhere because of some minor or Petty misunderstanding. There Are even cases where this grief. ,. Ance was a this business Man is the Points brought out again and 1a.a a. Making too much there again in this literature is that1, ,. Is no surer Way to ruin our town s Progress and Advance begin in the1 ,. I chances for the future than to react in this Way. This same problem has created a feeling among our business leaders that they must refrain from taking part in anything which is minds of people. Without an atmosphere of Active interest in the towns future welfare it is to accomplish very sunday dinner guests at the parental Andy Tschantz Home were or. And mrs. Roger Richard and family of Fairfield or. And mrs. Ant tuesday november 12th from George fort and family Gary 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. At the Opst Tschantz and Crystal White of. Office and in Washington wed Iowa City. Afternoon callers were j occupied a Good portion of the mesday november 13th at the j or. And mrs. Dale Good and Tam evening. The members voted to Post office from 9 00 to 11 00 ily and mrs. Darwin Wolford and extend an invitation to West Burl Parkview Benefit Sale All those who have Saleable items for the Benefit Sale for Parkview retirement Home May bring them to the Wayland Sale barn thursday november 21. Handi i impossible work and baked goods May also Mut h be donated. The time for the Sale j today we would like to discuss a controversial they refuse is 6 30 p. In. Come buy donate How our attitudes toward Wayland i to run for town government Sim business has c heated a climate of ply because Thev know All too Well or. And mrs. Dean Kauffman discouragement and suspicion and that they Wil Ose business by so and or. And mrs. Donald Davison made the Community a place which d0jng were guests at a pinochle party at repels rather than attracts new Many merchants have even the Lloyd Miller Home in washing a ventures. Avoided following Good business ton Friday evening. Hirst of All we of Wayland have practices because they were afraid or. And mrs. Frank Zuhn of j become accustomed to think that of hurting feelings and thereby Cedar rapids called on mis. Marj a tar profit by a merchant is an losing some Trade. As an example awful thing. For some reason we there Are merchants who refuse to do not Stop to think that these Send statements of amounts due men make their living by Selling because there Are some customers at a profit. Indeed our great who would refuse to Deal there american heritage of Industrial again if they received a notice of development and our High stand what they owe we in Wayland Ard of living Are the direct result have allowed spite and vengence to of our system of free Enterprise Poison our business climate. Busi ence. If the coaches Are Correct in which the profit motive is in Ness men Are actually afraid to Harmony and Van Buren will be operative. There is no real business be creative and Forward looking the Strong girls basketball teams in America today that can survive and to fulfil their civic response and Harmony Eddyville and Van without profit and that includes abilities. It is really a Surprise that Buren Are expected to be the every last one of the businesses in business had done As Well As it has Strong boys basketball teams this Wayland if there is not profit but we do know that there can be Goldsmith and Clarence sunday afternoon. Ted Tschantz returned Home wednesday from mercy Hospital Iowa City where he had been a patient for a week for Back treatment. Season. Waco girls basketball team will attend the clinic to be held at Pekin on saturday afternoon and evening. Waco a new 16 passenger kindergarten bus was put in service this week. It will be used in the Crawfordsville Olds area for kindergarten noon routes and will also be used morning and evening for special education students who attend classes at mount Union. Waco also acquired a pickup from the state surplus property division to replace the old one a. In. I Darlene. Conference teams and discussion which is no longer needed. A de of basketball and music festival vision on disposition of the old pickup will probably be made by the Board of education at their next regular meeting on novem there would be no business in no real Progress until we can put Wayland the welfare of the Community in addition to this negative at above our own Petty feelings. Our Titue toward a fair profit we attitudes must release the business have treated our business men men from being slaves so they too very shoddily. We expect them to can become responsible and Active keep operating and supplying serv in Community affairs without fear ices for us yet Many of them state of a punishment Quot that they must carry an unreason attitudes can either Poison or Able amount of a accounts receive fertilize. Are we by our present Many of these accounts attitudes toward business enc our Are of Long standing and even aging fostering and nurturing the More shocking is the attitude business which provide services among Many of us that we done to for our Community our future really have to pay these merchants welfare As a town depends very if we done to want to this attitude largely on the present health of and practice has bankrupted More the business Community. Lets than one business in Wayland in think Wayland buy in Wayland the past few years support Wayland and boost Way another practice in we High the land business let us create an business men suffer is the common atmosphere where business Success in ton schools to join the Confer Ber 13th. The pickup Cost $125.00.�practice of our cities to Boycott is hailed not condemned

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