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Wayland News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1959, Wayland, Iowa Foe the Wayland volume 14-b Wayland. In Henry county Iowa thursday september 24, 1959 number 45 Uncle Dan says dear mister editor a Feller in town was telling me yesterday he a got a teen age grandson that claims to be in a a Shook up condition most of the time. This Feller says he can spot the symptoms of the disease in his grandson real easy but he ainu to got no idea what causes it. The boy told him that teen agers usually gits Shook up following a a delightful i done to know what a going to become of this country with such Booby Hatch talk going on amongst our Young uns. When taxes and inflation finally git pm in the next generation Call it a a splendid panic or a comfortable if delightful disasters can git a Feller Shook up some of the news items lately has been mostly of the Shook up variety. Fer instant i see where a new York columnist says the army now owns 8,000 Miles of rope enough to stretch across the country twice. They bought it during the last War and now they can to use it and they can to sell it. They re paying $200,000 a year Fer storage space on it. If that Feller will dig a Little deeper hell probably find about 80,000 Miles of red tape tied around the rope. And hell probably uncover a couple influential politicians that a in the rope business. Observing sixtieth wedding anniversary or. And mrs. Eli Speidel will observe their 60th wedding anniversary on september 27, 1959. Open House will be held for friends and relatives at the legion Hall in Wayland Iowa sunday september 27, from 2 to 5 p. In. Or. And mrs. Speidel were married september 27, 1899. Their family includes Lewis Speidel Yucaipa California mrs. Ralph Mary Stuart and mrs. H. L. Emily Wyse of Wayland mrs. Willard Ethel Hauenstein Olds Harold Speidel Brighton and mrs. Harold Helen Shepherd Olds. A son Hayward also twins Harry and Harriet died in infancy. Brighton businessman object of wide search As the news goes to press on wednesday morning a wide and intensive search was being made for Young businessman Dick Morgan owner of the Morgan plug. Amp heating firm in Brighton. He was reported As last seen at a service station in Brighton where he had his pickup truck serviced presumably going out on business. This was Early monday morning. No Call from him or any Trace of him has been found since. An air plane local citizens and the Highway Story by Bob Hullihan its marvelous the digestion we seem to have for tragedy. The work of the labor Day week end is Only a few Days behind us but already the terrible shape of that traffic death toll is obscured pushed out of consideration. It remains real and close Only to those who mourn a victim of that week end Only to those who Are still visiting hospitals to cheer up the injured. With these people of course the memory of that a a Holiday bombers go wild at Winfield a join 33-13 the Wayland bombers were the local notes or. And mrs. Arthur Messer or. And mrs. Donald Lynn or. Bombers of old last Friday night and mrs. Allen Clark and Melvin s. E. Iowa conference standings Are Given games this Friday in the s. E. I. 8-Man football conference finds a Strong Wayland team entertaining morning Sun and a Good Danville squad travelling to Ainsworth in what should be a close contest. Mediapolis showing signs of Power goes to Brighton and Winfield plays Riverside at Kalona on saturday night. Last week found All winners with fairly easy victories. Mediapolis snapped defending Champion Ainsworth a 9 game winning Streak 35 to 12 Wayland rolled Over Winfield 33 to 13 Danville easily Defeated Riverside 34 to 7 the sheriffs office has joined in week end will be a Long one. It the search for the missing Man. It ainu to been too Long ago that a ad., ,. To and Brighton beat Momma Sun i saw where one government a a gency bought 50 million pounds of some sort of surplus material Fer 87 cent a Pound and sold it to the army Fer 35 cent a Pound. I reckon the War department was mighty glad to git it wholesale like that. The fact that the taxpayers lost 41 million dollars on the Deal done to worry them Fellers in Washington. And some bureaucrat talking on the radio last night about a new tax plan said the a new income tax would apply the increase to what the taxpayer had left Over after paying the current the Best i can make out of that kind of talk mister editor is that they be got your shirts and pants and now they re going after what a left which is mostly your underwear. But things could be worse mister editor. I see where the u. S. Department of agriculture says a Good wife is Worth $69,000 to a rancher or Farmer. The piece did no to deduct nothing Fer depreciation or Upkeep and i ainu to starting no argument with my old lady on the subject. And a piece Here says the retail clothiers association is a featuring Jet blues atomic Greys rocket Browns and cosmic greens Fer menus clothes this Winter. It was mighty thoughtful of Mem not to include a calamity Blacks yours truly Uncle Dan. 19 to 6. Adult education Council to meet the adult education Council for the 1959-1960 school year will meet monday night september 28 with supt. Russel Stern to consider plans for the adult education classes at the local school this year. Items to be considered at this meeting will include the classes to be offered tuition charges publicity routine when the program will begin nights that classes will meet and enrolment of students i sooner Dan Statton called a a Cas will last perhaps the rest of their lives. But what about those of us who escaped is recall of that death toll going to make us drive any More slowly making us any More aware of our duty to obey All traffic Laws making us any More cautious on the highways a few perhaps but by now most of us probably have returned to whatever approach to driving that suits our own convenience. By now most of us have made again what state safety commis standings team w l Brighton i 0 Danville i 0 Mediapolis i 0 Wayland i 0 Ainsworth 0 i morning Sun 0 i Riverside 0 i Winfield 0 i Janice Rae Roth weds David Linberg wednesday Janice Rae Roth daughter of or. And mrs. Harold Kauffman of Wayland and David Linberg son of mrs. Viola and the late h. A. Linberg of Vail Iowa were married in the methodist Church Chapel wednesday evening september 16, with or. E. A. Mathews officiating. The double ring ceremony was performed in front of an altar bedecked with Lavendar and Gold Gladiolus and mums. Or. And mrs. Robert Smith of Ottumwa attended the couple. The Bride was attired in a charcoal knit suit with a White hat and Black shoes. She wore a White Rose Corsage. Mrs. Smith chose a Blue faille sait with Black accessories and a Pink Rose Corsage. A charcoal suit was chosen for the ceremony by the Groom and the Best Man wore a Brown suit. They both had White Carnation boutonnieres. After a Short wedding trip the couple will be at Home in a trailer at 809 East Madison mount pleasant. Mrs. Linberg is a student at the Burlington Beauty Academy and or. Linberg is employed by Francis l. Smith and son. All Day meeting for Cottonwood ladies Aid Cottonwood ladies Aid met with mrs. Arlis Van Sant thursday for an All Day meeting. Nineteen members were present and enjoyed a covered dish dinner at noon. Mrs Dareld Edwards read psalm 64 for devotions and had the lesson on a the Power of mrs. Arthur Davison had recorded music for special. During the business meeting prayer calendars and thank offering boxes were passed out by mrs. Elmer Neff Secretary of spiritual life. Plans were made for attending the fall convention at Wilton Junction october i. Anyone wishing to attend should Contact mrs. V. J. Hesseltine by september 24 for luncheon reservations. It was also voted to give $100. To the building fund. Members were also reminded that used clothing for the drive can still be brought to the next meeting. In the classes. The Council consists of or. And mrs. Lloyd Roth Harold Meyer mrs. Allen Wenger Rev. Arvell Hughes mrs. Roger Mcguire Jim Magdefrau mrs. Charlie Davison mrs. Mel Haberman Allen Clark mrs. Ted Tschantz Thurlowe Myers mrs. Gene Story mrs. Max Mcguire mrs. Henry Graber miss Lois Nebel mrs. Max Graber mrs. Helen Carter mrs. J. G. Widmer w Haydo think mrs Don Rich and mrs. Kenneth Miller. Ual Choice Between safety and self indulgence on the highways. Choice is the key word. Every Man during every moment he drives can make the Choice Between safety and Hazard. No one is compelled to drive recklessly. There Arentt Many choices we can make that Are More important than this. Reception for Wayland teachers september 29 reception for the Wayland consolidated school teachers will be held at the High school tuesday evening september 29 at 7 30. Mrs. Paule police Matron at Burlington will be guest speaker. Each family is to bring sandwiches and cookies and service for their family. A drink will be furnished. Everyone in the Community is cordially invited. Obituary Maude Mae Meyer Maude Mae daughter of Chris f. And Sarah Short Wyse was born near Archbold Ohio March 24, 1889, and died at the memorial Hospital at it. Pleasant Iowa at the age of 70 years 5 months and 25 Days. She had been in poor health for several years but the last few weeks her condition a i came More serious and she was taken to the Hospital nearly two weeks ago where she passed away quite suddenly the morning of september 18, 1959. In her youth she accepted Christ As her personal Saviour and was baptized and received into the sugar Creek mennonite Church where she remained a faithful member until her departure from this life. On nov. 25, 1910 she was United in marriage with Ben c. Meyer who preceded her in death on dec. 26, 1940. This Union was blessed with 5 children 3 sons and 2 daughters. Of these the 2 daughters Kathryn and Maxine died in infancy. She leaves to mourn her passing her three sons Harold Donald and Dean All of Wayland 8 grandchildren i sister Elizabeth mrs. Cletus Ashliman of Archbold Ohio four Brothers Arthur of Wayland Joe and Dan of Archbold Ohio and Willard of Allegan Michigan and other relatives and friends. Different folks in the Community have expressed an interest in starting a discussion club that would meet once a month throughout the Winter. The idea Back of it is that at As they steamroll ered to a 33-13 win Over the Winfield wolves. Coach Fred Ekstrand a charges played their famed Rock a socket style of Ball As hard tackling and terrific downfield blocking paved the Way for the Gratifying Victory. This was the first time in Wayland football history that a bomber football team has Ever Defeated Winfield on their Home grounds and it was also Gratifying to coach Ekstrand and assistant coach Dick Wagner in that it gave them an insight on the bombers chances for capturing Way lands initial Southeast conference title. The bomber offence led by the capable quarterbacking of senior Chris Reschly made it look easy As the bombers took charge from the outset of the game. It took just five plays from the opening whistle and halfback Ronnie Miller charged the last five Yards to score the first six Points and a 6-0 Lead. End Gary Tschantz who was destined to play his Best game in his High school career so far continued the scoring fracas As he split the uprights to the extra Point and give Wayland a 7-0 Lead. Later in the first period the powerful but shifty bomber offence was too much again for Winfield with quarterback Reschly breaking in open Field for a tremendous 52 Yard touchdown run aided by a fabulous Block by Tschantz. With the conversion wide the bombers led at the end of the first Quarter 13-0. The last play of the second Quarter found the bombers scoring for the third time. On some Beautiful faking by Reschly and Miller and or. And mrs. Kenneth Clark were sunday dinner guests at the Harold Messer Home to help or. Messer celebrate his birthday which he observed tuesday. Dale Nebel of Mason City spent the week end with his sister mrs. James Stoops and other relatives. Mrs. M. J. Haberman and Bobby mrs. George Boozel and Linda mrs. C. C. Wyse and Lucy mrs. Donald Kauffman mrs. E. R. Meyer mrs. Ledru Kauffman and Kathy Henss attended a style show at the Washington country club tuesday evening. The show was sponsored by the country club. Sunday dinner guests of mrs. Lorene Graber were Dale Nebel of Mason City mrs. James Stoops and children or. And mrs. Daniel unternahrer and family and or. And mrs. Harold unternahrer. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Clark were saturday evening supper guests of or. And mrs. Jim Meyer. Or. And mrs. Donnie Hertig and Vicky spent sunday evening at the Richard Hulme Home. Or. And mrs. Dwaine sinn moved their trailer Home from Davenport to Abilene Kansas where Dwain has employment. Or. And mrs. Daniel Conrad purchased the mrs. Mary Roth acreage East of Wayland on Highway 78, at Public auction wednesday. Each meeting some member will. Prepare a paper on a controversial m Backfield Tschantz scamp question and then the meeting ered around right end for 31 Yards would be thrown open for a a Bull and so pants Tschantz a attempt session a Call it a wranglers club. In for the extra Point fel1 will All those interested see me Short and halftime score was 19-0 in favor of Wayland. Sometime during the next week ? a a zip Meyer Wayland Lions club sponsors ticket sales members of the Wayland Lions club now Are Selling special Exchange tickets for the second annual a Lions night at the ice follies a the opening performance wednesday oct. 7, of the ship stars and Johnson a Nice follies of 1960�?� at veterans memorial auditorium in Des Moines. As they did last year Iowa Lions have the Best seats in the auditorium for a performance of this spectacular skating show and Are Selling them through their local clubs with profits going to the Iowa Lions sight conservation foundation. Here is How the ticket system works As explained by Wayland Lions president or. Widmer club members Are Selling the Exchange tickets for $1.00 apiece. A buyer then can Send this with $2.00 to veterans memorial auditorium in Des Moines and will receive a re the determined bombers were not satisfied with being three touchdowns ahead As they came fired up in the third period to quickly score two More and ice the game. With Tschantz and guard Wilbur Roth making a tremendous charge on Winfield punt continued on last Page or. And mrs. Ellis Kondora of Iowa City were wednesday evening supper guests at the parental Lyle Zehr Home in Honor of mrs. Kondora s birthday. After supper callers were or. And mrs. Bob Smith and girls of it. Pleasant who enjoyed some of Maribelle a cake and ice Cream. Used clothing drive opens in this area the sugar Creek evening w. M. S. A. Is sponsoring a used clothing drive. The committee mrs. J. G. We Dimer mrs. Marlin Wyse and mrs. Vernon Roth wish that anyone having used clothing would take it to de Leichty a feed store by monday sept. 28. If they Are unable to get it to the store please Contact the nearest committee woman and she will be Happy to pick it up. Mrs. Katie Kauffman and Wau Nita mrs. La Vina Meyer and mrs. Mary Krabill were in Canton 111., thursday where they called on or. And mrs. Ike Roth at the George Poland Home. Or. Roth just recently returned Home from the Hospital after a bout with pneumonia and his condition remains just fair. Or. And mrs. Earl Neal Jake and Bertha Zihlman of Brighton and mrs. Lydia Krabill were callers tuesday afternoon at the Jesse Eicher Home. Two Sisters Sarah mrs. Harry served seat ticket by return mail. Wys Bessie mrs. Homer or he can Stop at the Box office or. And mrs. Glen or. Mccoy and or. And mrs. Glen Gisel spent sunday at the Home of their Cousin or. And mrs. Levi Shuman at Troy Mills. Enro Ute Home they stopped in Cedar rapids and spent the evening at the Vance Coleman Home. Subscribe to the Wayland news Progress club meets with mrs. Fred Grant the regular meeting of Progress club was held in the Home of mrs. Fred Grant Friday evening september 18. Sixteen members and one guest mrs. Lester Tschantz were present. Roll Call was answered by naming a my Hobby or the business was conducted by the vice president mrs. Grant in the absence of the president. The District meeting will be held in West Liberty sept. 22. Mrs. Allen Wenger club president and mrs. Clair Boshart plan to attend. Mrs. Glen Gisel and mrs. Fred Grant presented some Clever and unique ideas for Christmas giving. Plans were made for a meeting the evening of sept. 30 at Evelyn a gift shop to make gifts for the retarded children a Home and a nursing Home. The annual guest nigh will be held in october. Following a social hour delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Weaver one brother Ellis and a grandson Rodney Gene Meyer preceded her in death. Funeral services were held sunday afternoon september 20, at 2 p. In. At the sugar Creek mennonite Church with Rev. Vernon be Rig and Rev. Willard Leichty in charge. Casket bearers were Allen Meyer Orval Meyer Elmer Meyer Roger Wyse Devere Peterson and Wyse Peterson. Final resting place was North Hill cemetery. A loses Finger Friday in picker Accident Richard Hulme had the misfortune to get his right hand caught in the Cor picker at his farm on Friday. The Index Finger was Cut off at the first joint and surrounding fingers were badly Cut requiring a Large number of stitches. Or. And mrs. Gene Story and Lujean were hosts at sunday dinner to genes parents or. And mrs. J. C. Story and Marvin of Stockport and Nancy a parents or. And mrs. Ollie Richardson of pleasant Plain. Readers might be interested to know that mrs. John Reschly served As coordinator of the Nursery at the Hesston College staff Retreat at Elmdale Kansas during Tho last week of August. Or. And mrs. Andy Tschantz and or. And mrs. George fort and family were sunday evening supper guests at the Roger Richard Home near Fairfield to help Cindy Richard and Linnea and Regina fort celebrate their birthdays. At the auditorium anytime right up to show time oct. 7. Either Way he will be assured of one of the Best seats in the House said lion president Widmer. Total Cost of each seat is $3.00, and the buyer not Only assures himself of a night of Fine entertainment but will help the Lions sight saving program at the same time. There a no limit to the number of seats one May Purchase. If you want to sit with the gang order your tickets together and specify that you want them together. This years 24th edition of the a Nice follies has a cast of Over 160 and includes the worlds finest ice stars. It Wall play at the auditorium oct. 7 through la. If you missed last years a a lion a night a now a the time to make plans for this year. Tickets Are available at Wyse sundries. First Home football game Friday night the first Home football game of the season will be played Here this Friday night sept. 25 when the bombers play morning Sun. This will be the first game to be played on the new football Field. School officials have been making last minute preparations on the Field getting ready for the game. Game time is 7 30 p. In. Admission this year is 75 cents for adults and 35 cents for students. All schools in the Southeast now a conference Are charging these admissions this year. However for Wayland students the school has made arrangements whereby they May obtain a ticket for the four Home football games for the Price of $1.00 or 25 cents per game. This ticket is non transferable. Students who do not Purchase such a ticket at school will be Able to obtain one at the Gates Friday night. The marching band under the direction of or. Roger Maxwell will again appear at half time during the Home football games those Reading the mennonite weekly review will recall the picture of the first mennonite Church at Hutchinson Kansas. The Church which was just built new is served by Rev. Leonard Metzker. Readers will remember that Rev. Metzker served As pastor of the Eicher mennonite Church several years ago As Well As teaching at the Eicher school one term along with mrs. Metzker. Or. And mrs. John Mcgill of Washington announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Janice Faye to Kenneth Edward Rich son of or. And mrs. Sam Rich of Wayland. Or. And mrs. M. H. Schlatter enjoyed ice Cream and cake at the Dick Schlatter Home thursday evening in Honor of Dicks birthday. Or. And mrs. J. W. Cox of Washington and or. And mrs. Jesse Eicher enjoyed a cooperative fish supper at the Eicher Home thursday evening. Public Sale to be held at c. L. Stannard farm or. C. L. Stannard will hold a Complete closing out Sale at i farm Between Brighton and Richland and on monday october 5th. Watch the next Issue of the news for a Complete listing. Monday evening supper guests at the Arthur Allred Home were mrs. Allreds sister or. And mrs. Elmer Weakland of Rome and Donald Smith of Woodbine. Or. And mrs. Thomas w. Stewart arrived tuesday for several weeks visit with mrs. Stewarts sister Oletta Wyse and brother Leonard Wyse and family. They will also visit or. Stewarts parents or. And mrs. Fred d. Stewart. Or. And mrs. John Hudson of Libertyville spent from w Ednes Day through saturday at the Home of their daughter or. And mrs. Wayne Billingsley. M. H. Schlatter and Ralph Wehr attended grand Lodge at Cedar rapids thursday. Thursday evening supper guests at the George fort Home were or. And mrs. W. E. Fort and Ronnie and or. Forts sister or. And mrs. Cecil Lewis of Denver Colorado. Mrs. M. H. Schlatter was guest of Honor at a birthday supper on tuesday evening sept. 8 at the Home of her daughter or. And mrs. Ronald Bowser. The table was entered with a birthday Eake which was baked by mrs. Dick Schlatter. Those present to enjoy the evening were or. And mrs. Schlatter or. And mrs. Dick Schlatter and family and the hosts

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