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Wayland News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1963, Wayland, Iowa
The Wayland news volume 18-b Wayland. In Henry county. Iowa thursday september 5, 1963 number 43 Good things Quot a by Cliff Elmore a but Whoso Hea Keneth unto me shall dwell safely and shall be quiet from fear of proverbs 1 33 there Are Many people who think that following the teachings of Christ is foolishness and wasted time. But he who listens to him obediently and willingly is not afraid of those things that lie ahead. The Hobo breakfast held Here in Wayland last monday morning seemed to attract quite a few a a bums. No wonder a that was a pretty Good feed for 75 cents. I would have went through that line several More times Only they let me a they said i was a out of uniform. The reason was that my wife let me out of the House with what i had on so i had to dress a a respectable. We Are reminded again of the school election that is coming up next monday september 9. At that time voters in the Waco Community school District will elect directors for three director districts a no. I no. 2, and no. 3. The Only contest shown on the ballot will be in District no. 3, where there Are two candidates George Brooks present member and Elmer a a zip Meyer. As we have said before we done to try to Tell you How to vote but we do ask that you consider what is Best for the student and the Public in general and then vote accordingly. Schools and students Are important a done to let some Little personal whim decide for whom you vote a vote for what is Best journey re scheduled the Kitte Ball tournament that d been scheduled for labor Day Olds was postponed due to the in. The tourney has been reached de for sunday september 8 the the first game to Start at noon Cost. New life Campaign at Fern Cliff Church the Rev. Elton w. Crowell of san Luis Obispo California nationally known evangelist and Bible teacher will open a series of evangelistic meetings at the Fern Cliff evangelical free Church located 3 Miles North and 2% Miles East of Wayland on sunday september 8, and continuing through sunday september 15. Edith Crowell Organ artist and contralto soloist and wife of the evangelist will accompany her husband. They bring with them an electric Organ which produces through the use of revolving speakers not Only unusual tonal Beauty but a variety of Vibra Harp and chime effects. The Organ is combined with the violin and voice in a varied program of vocal and instrumental arrangements of gospel songs both old and new. A pastor for a number of years before entering his present work Crowell has opened closed churches conducted television and radio broadcasts directed youth rallies and directed for four years one of the nations Large and historic Bible conferences where Edith Crowell also served As staff organist. Besides being the author of a Book and various Magazine articles evangelist Crowell has also composed songs and choruses which Are used in the meetings. His ministry has taken him into most of the United states much of Canada and latin America. The Crowells have travelled nearly a million Miles in reaching their varied appointments using almost every kind of conveyance from modern plane to ancient of carts. During the local Campaign there will be presented a variety of musical features each night and the Young people will see the gospel illustrated from time to time through the use of gospel magic. Services will begin at 7 30 p. In. On sunday evening september 8, and continue every night during the week at 7 45 p. In. Including saturday. Tuesday evening has been designated As a sunday school night Friday evening will be a family night and saturday evening will be a youth night. The closing service will be on sunday evening september 15, at 7 30 p. In. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Even the Coffee was Good school election to be held monday sept. 9 the regular fall school election will be held on monday september 9, with the polls open from 12 noon to 7 00 p. In. All voters in the Waco school District Are Elig Ible to vote for each vacancy. Voters in director districts i Welcome teachers to another school year at Waco we wish you a pleasant year. L a Orif we had no teachers and 3 will vote at the Wayland our children could not learn to school building. Voters in direct read and write they could not Benefit from history the experience of Mankind through the centuries. Or District 2 will vote at the Crawfordsville fire station. Voters in director District 4 will vote at the Olds school building. Nomination j papers have been filed As follows for director in District no. I for a three year term a w. J. Graber. If we had no teachers our children would not enjoy the great literature of the worlds writers the music of the compos for director in District no. 2ers or the Art created by its Cartier a one year terms Vernon its Fletcher. Service was first class at the Hobo breakfast sponsored by the Baine Hulme american legion Post at Wayland monday morning. Here Kenneth Miller demonstrates his skill As he pours Coffee out of that a a things while no doubt listening to some sly remark being uttered by District commander Glen Hultquist of Olds who is seated or the right nearest the camera. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves particularly As they were eating. A Wayland news photo for director in District no. 3 for a three year terms George Brooks Elmer Meyer. All voters in the Waco District Are urged to cast a vote for the directors of their Choice in this important school election. Accept bids the Board of education accepted if we had no teachers our children would live in a world of ignorance intolerance and misunderstanding. The people of the world would exist in a world of darkness. If we had no teachers our children would not enjoy the Many scientific and medical discoveries that have brought civil escapes serious injury 57 report for in Auto Accident i Waco football mrs. Ivan Yoder and daughter squad this \ ear Sandy and mrs. Henry Widmer and daughter Melba escaped with minor bruises and cuts in a car Accident thursday afternoon on the Wayland Washington Road. The northbound car driven by Sandy Yoder came Over the Crest of the Hill at the Crossroads South of the Railroad underpass when another vehicle coming from the East crossroad stalled As it was making a right turn. Rather than hit a southbound car driven by coach Buzz Groom announces that 57 boys have turned out for football this year. Broken Down in classes there Are 15 seniors 18 juniors 13 sophomores and la freshmen. Returning Letterman Are Sid Brooks Larry Henss Leland Leichty Steve Mast Dave Messer Jud Meyer Joe Kauffman Jim Roth and Harold Grant. Already Mike Suter Junior end has been lost for the season with the High bids on the used school Iza tion to to highest Point of per busses offered for Sale As follows 1952 Studebaker no. 19 a Willard Widmer Washington for $150.00 11954 Ford no. La a Fletcher motors Crawfordsville for $201.00 1953 Ford no. 13 a Mullens used Auto Winfield for $101.50 1952 International no. 17 a John Swartzendruber and Daniel Leichty for $125.00 the bids on the remainder of the busses were tabled for the present. Her car to overturn. The Accident was investigated by the Highway patrol. Alls while using saw Cecil Riley fell from a ten foot Epla Der August 17, while he As sawing limbs with a Chain in. The motor part of the saw hich was still running fell on his Abdomen. He entered the Bloom held Hospital August 19, for a Estment of a cracked Vertebra and mashed kidney. He expected be dismissed to his Home sep it Ember 4. I surgery itty Benge daughter of or. Mrs. Richard Benge and i daughter of or. And mrs. Mcguire underwent surgery he University Hospital Iowa thursday for removal of an is under the shoulder Blade or Sisters Vicky Nancy and and brother Ronnie spent labor Day vacation from mid Rie schools at the Max me Home. Charivari or. And mrs. Stanley Miller of it. Pleasant who were married in june were surprised by a group who Char varied them on thursday night. Those going to it. Pleasant were or. And mrs. Duane Peterson or. And mrs. Wes Widmer or. And mrs. Dick Yoder Bob Yoder Sandy Yoder Shirley Schlatter Royce Leichty Benjie Roth Judy Lauer Leroy Meyer Pat lease Elmer Krabill Arley Boese and Stan Widmer. A a breakfast was served by or. And mrs. Miller to the group. 1couts to meet scout Den i will resume ire Ekly meetings on monday Iber 9, after school at the scout room. Mrs. Ervin or is Den Mother and mrs. Goldsmith assistant. A Lea Birdsell will have the a Ray Goodwin who is i at fort Carson Colora red to his base september spending several Days parental Kenneth Goodwin and mrs. Robert Sodergren by and Chuck moved frill Cedar rapids to Jeffer a Missouri. Or. Sodergren employed by Consumers Tive association will be manager of the Assoc a a the state of Missouri new Home will be at 1915 a Ive in Jefferson City. In evening supper guests foe Graber Home were or. 5. Ben Ruth or. And mrs. Boese and or. And mrs. Or. And mrs. Robert Grant of Davenport spent labor Day at the Fred Grant Home. Or. And mrs. Gailen Widmer and family and their trainee an Nedora Lechler or. And mrs. Max Roth and sons were sunday dinner guests of the Willis Graber family and their trainee Ute Streib. Or. And mrs. Clair Boshart attended a Turkey meeting in Des Moines saturday returning Home sunday. Shelly Wittmer daughter of or. And mrs. David Wittmer Burlington spent the labor Day weekend with her aunt miss Mary Wittmer in Chicago. Shelly will be a Junior a the state University of Iowa Iowa City this fall. Mrs. Eva Burkey Ezra Wittmer and s. C. Wittmer As new members attended the three Quarter Century dinner in the dining rooms of the methodist Church at Washington saturday. The dinner is an annual event sponsored by the evening journal for those 75 years or older. P. F. Wenger remains a patient at mercy Hospital Iowa City and is getting along Fine for his age 88, after having undergone surgery August 19. Patrolman and mrs. Robert Meyer and children have moved to j Monona. Patrolman Meyer was transferred there from Postville. Mrs. Edith Boshart has rented the apartment in the residence of mrs. Olive Boller. Mrs Omer Nibley or the stalled neck in and Harold Grant car Sandy took the ditch causing Uckle u out indefinitely with a knee injury. Waco will participate in the Blackhawk conference this year. Eddyville and Pekin Are two of 47 votes cast the a Toush ones Quot coming up. In special election a Fez Wayland residents went to polls Way things look by positions september 4 in a special election ends Joe Kauffman or. Don to vote on the Public measure of Lowe or. Rick Luse or. Edol changing the terms of office of i son soph. The elected councilmen to four i tackles Wes Boshart or. Year terms instead of two years. Keith Rich. Or. Blaine Rodgers the proposition carried with a or. Art Laurer soph vote of 33 yes and 14 no with a guards a Dave Messer or. Total of 47 votes cast. Jud Meyer or. Dick Meyer or. I Terry Farmers soph. Forty one students i _ so Complete work Wihl Quot forty one students completed j quarterbacks a Larry their work in August for degrees j Henss or. Steve Brimhall or. From Iowa Wesleyan College j Ken Madden for. Summer graduation exercises Are j fullbacks Leland Leichty not being held but All were invite or. Wilbur Reschly or. Dave de to participate in the commence Clark for. Ment ceremonies last june. J half backs Steve Mast or. Edwin Reschly Wayland Grad Steve Fletcher or. Jim Roth or. Rated with cum laude honors. Oth j Jim Henss or. Steve Mccollough or graduates were Rachel Leichty i soph it j0hn Kauffman soph. And Stanley b. Meyer Wayland team managers this year Are and Beverly Lens of crawfords-1 Richard Arbo Jast and Stan jewel. first game of the season will be with West Liberty there social Security news next week on Friday september your social Security office in 13. The first Home game will be Burlington is open from 8 30 to september 27 when the warriors 4 30 monday through Friday. If j will meet Pekin you cannot come to Burlington you May Contact our representative who will be in mount pleas or. And mrs. C. E. Shumaker joined their son and family the ant tuesday september 10th from 1 Wayne Shumaker a of East Du-9 00 to 11 00 a. Rn., St at the Buque Illinois saturday afternoon Post office. At Lake Mcbride where they and in Washington wednesday j camped labor Day weekend. Shir september Lith at the Post of a Ley Shumaker who had been visit fice from 9 00 to 11 00 a. Rn., Ling her grandparents returned St. I Home with her parents. Labor Survey a manufacturer of Metal products is interested in the possibility of locating a new Plant in Washington Iowa. They would employ 200 males seasonally from june through january. Men who might be interested in such employment Are invited to return this Survey. No obligation of course. Name age. Residence currently employed at farming manufacturing other if currently employed in what town do you work please mail or return to the chamber of Commerce Washington. Thank you for your cooperation faculty Complete the Board has employed a French teacher for the coming term thus completing the faculty. Miss Ellen Stock of Ames will teach French in the Wayland and Crawfordsville Junior High schools and will have two beginning and one advanced class of French at the High school. Miss Stock has taught at Diagonal and at Harlan and will live in Wayland. She is a graduate of state College of Iowa at Cedar Falls and has done additional work at Iowa state College at Ames. Waco teachers meet Waco teachers attended opening sessions at the High school building last wednesday. The meeting was in charge of supt. Thomas who spoke on plans and policies for the coming year. His remarks included a a. Plans for obtaining inca a credit Ion for the Waco schools. B. Plans for upgrading the educational requirements for teachers in the system. C. Need to improve Public relations at All Levels. D. Plans for improvement of instruction. E. Need to comply with All state department requirements for approved school districts in Iowa. Mrs. Jacqueline Hultquist. President of the Waco teachers association also spoke to the group on plans and policies of the local teachers organization which All faculty members were urged to join. On Friday the Waco faculty attended the county Institute held at it. Pleasant. The theme for this years meeting was audio visual education and the program was Well planned and very Well presented. Receive funds the Waco District has received approval of National defense education act applications in science and guidance in the amount of $559.62 for science and $2,030.25 for guidance. Participation in these programs will greatly assist the efforts of the local District to improve equipment and materials in these areas. Tests to be Given the Iowa tests of educational development will be administered to All High school students on september 12 and 13. The tests Given annually Are very important in evaluating both student Progress and the curriculum of the school. Fec ton. For All that Man has accomplished in the years since the beginning of time a he has accomplished through help provided by others the teachers of the past and the present Glen Wenger loses Arm in Corn chopper Glen Wenger Farmer North of Wayland lost his right Arm Between the wrist and Elbow in a Corn chopper Accident. The Accident happened around 6 00 p. In. Tuesday evening september 3, at the w Enger farm. His son Joseph was working with him and immediately stopped the machinery which prevented a More serious injury. Or. Wenger was taken to the Washington county Hospital and transferred to mercy Hospital in Iowa City where he underwent surgery. Telephone confusion due to the switch Over of Olds telephones to the Iowa Illinois system this week service Between Wayland and Olds is somewhat in a mild state of confusion. All numbers at Olds Are being changed and those in your Telephone directories Are not Correct. Unless Olds patrons Call you with their new number Wayland subscribers will have to Call information for an Olds number at the present time. Olds patrons must dial the Complete 254 plus the last four digits in order to reach Wayland subscribers. New arrivals or. And mrs. William Birdsell Are the parents of a son Micheal James born August 24 at the University hospitals in Iowa City. Micheal has three Brothers and two Sisters. The Birdsell family lives on the Harold Meyer farm West of town. Mrs. Margaret Schantz has received word of a new great grandson Louis Christopher who at two weeks old was welcomed into the Home of or. And mrs. George Andersonjr. At Santa be new Mexico. Mrs. Anderson is the former Joann Schantz. Eye surgery Cindy Bowser 5-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Ronald Bowser and granddaughter of or. And mrs. M. H. Schlatter underwent corrective Eye surgery at the mercy Hospital in Iowa City wednesday september 4. She expects to return to her Home on thursday. Or. And mrs. Ted Tschantz spent sunday night and labor Day with or. And mrs. Meredith Maas at their Cabin. Coming events j the legion auxiliary will have a Fried Chicken supper wednesday i mrs. Jake Christner who broke i evening september 18, at the her ankle recently was re legion Hall serving starting at admitted to mercy Hospital Iowa 5 00 p. M. There will be a com City August 27 and has a blood plete menu in next weeks paper clot in her leg
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