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Wayland News (Newspaper) - November 14, 1963, Wayland, Iowa Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland. In Henry county. Iowa by Cliff Elmore a for the eyes of the lord Are Over the righteous and his ears Are open unto their prayers but the face of the lord is against them that do i Peter 3 12 thanksgiving is coming up in two Short weeks. This year with the wonderful crop that Farmers Are harvesting and the time of plenty that most Are experiencing in this area it seems to me there ought to be a lot of thankful people. Or do we still feel that we Are having a Tough time of it lets think about it and see i we Are not on the plus Side of the Ledger More than we think mrs. Arthur Boese 38, died tuesday morning death came tuesday morning to mrs. Arthur Boese 38. Lockridge who died about 4 a. In. At the Jefferson county Hospital. She became seriously ill sunday morning and entered the Hospital at that time. Funeral services will be held at the Weston Behner funeral Home i at 2 p. Rn., thursday with the Rev. J j. Roland Crandall in charge. Bur j Ial will be in the Salina cemetery. I Viola l. Boese was born May i 12, 1925, at Brighton Iowa the daughter of Floyd and Daisy Reeves Van Sant. She was married to Arthur Boese on August 29, 1945, at Washington Iowa. The family farm is located four Miles North of four Corners. She was a member of the Brighton methodist Church. In addition to her husband she j is survived by the following Chil j Dren. All at Home Donna Robert 1 Linda we Illiam Kathryn and James. She is also survived by two Brothers Ray Van Sant Fairfield and Lloyd Van Sant Denver and a sister mrs. Vera Goodwin Washington. Mrs. Boese was preceded in death by one brother and one rites held for mrs. Mary Hinkle 91 mrs. Mary Elizabeth Hinkle 91, la resident of Brighton for 44 years died Early wednesday november 6, at the Pines nursing Home in Washington. She suffered a fractured hip eight weeks ago. Services were held Friday at 2 00 p. In. At the Green Mound Church near Trenton with Virgil Blosser officiating. Burial was at j Green Mound cemetery. Gould j funeral Home in Brighton was in charge of the services. Mrs. Hinkle was born near Trenton october 16, 1872, the daughter of Amos and Rosella Shoemaker Van Winkle. She was married in 1890 to Henry Hinkle. He preceded her in death february la 1959. Mrs. Hinkle was a member of the United Brethren Church. She is survived by too direct descenders. They include five daughters 25 grandchildren 63 great grandchildren and 17 great great grandchildren. The surviving daughters Are mrs. Bessie Loeffler of Brighton mrs. Rilla Kientz of Fairfield mrs. Velma Shelangoski of Lockridge mrs. Vera Morgan of Davenport and mrs. Lola Droz of Iowa City. Three daughters two Brothers and two Sisters Are deceased. Casket bearers were Willard Loeffler Dwight Loeffler Garry Droz Harold Shelangoski Charles Decker and Robert Kientz. Announce engagement or. And mrs. Sam Vorhies of Lockridge Are announcing the engagement of their daughter Thelma Louise of 509 s. Second in Fairfield to Phillip Andrew Zihlman son of or. And mrs. Howard Zihlman of Brighton. The Bride elect is a graduate of Fairfield High school and is attending parc vue Beauty College. Her Fiance is a graduate of Wayland High school and has attended Parsons College. Both Are presently employed at Georges pizza in Fairfield. No wedding Date has been arrivals or. And mrs. Harry Mcguire of Olds Are the parents of a 7 lb., 7 of. Daughter Kim Renee born saturday november 9, at the i memorial Hospital in it. Pleasant. Kim has two Sisters and one brother. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Max Mcguire and or. And mrs. Lester Hill both of Wayland. Great grandmothers Are mrs. Bertha Hill and mrs. Newa my i Guire both of it. Pleasant. Wayland cemetery has made improvements improvements have recently been made in the we Ayland cemetery. Many of the grave stones were leaning badly. These have All been straightened. Any person having relatives buried there is interested in the appearance of the cemetery. Wre invite you to inspect this improvement and if you care to make a contribution toward the expense of this repair project your gift would be appreciated. You May hand it to the cemetery association president j. I. Boshart or cemetery association treasurer Ethel Bergh. Or. And mrs. Earl Manning of Rural mount pleasant Are the parents of a 9 lb., 3 of. Son Mark Anthony born wednesday november 6, at the Washington county Hospital. Mark has six Brothers and three Sisters and his Mother is the former Beulah Hill daughter of or. And mrs. Lester Hill Wayland. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Henry Manning Rural mount pleasant. Great grandmother is mrs. Bertha Hill mount pleasant. Taxpayers association will meet monday nov. 18 taxpayers association will meet monday november 18, at 7 30 at the r. E. A. Building. The program will be on county welfare and will be Given by mrs. Vena recurs social welfare director and members of the Board of supervisors. All taxpayers Are urged to attend. 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 it. I pleasant tuesday november 19, from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. At the Post office. And in Washington wednesday november 20, at the Post office from 9 00 to 11 00 a. In. Or. And mrs. Donald Davison were sunday dinner guests at the Earl Farrell Home in Washington. Or. And mrs. Oscar Miller mrs. Raymond Schlatter mrs. Henry Leichty mrs. Willis Troyer and Orval Miller attended the funeral of their aunt mrs. Levi r. Yoder at Middlebury Indiana sunday afternoon. The body was taken to Ithica Michigan for services and burial tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Yoder is a sister of Amasa Miller. Cynthia has three Brothers and her Mother is the former we Anda Alliman. Grandparents Are Bill Alliman of Muscatine and mrs. Nayadley of Washington. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Henry Neff of Wayland. Relatives Here have received announcement of the birth of a daughter Cynthia Lou october 18, to or. And mrs. Allard Nayadley of Elpaso Texas

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