Moravia Union from Moravia, Iowa on January 16, 1969 · Page 3
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Moravia, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1969
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Jlocal •Birdie M<ain caled on her sister, Osa Brown at the McCord Manor at AlMa Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long and Vanessa and Marie Long and Mrs. Msie Long were Sunday dinner gaeSks "with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woodward. JoeHen Veach and Debbie Van iDorio of Ottonwa spent the -weekend with John Veach, who is ill in the Monroe County hospital at AEbia, and witih iMiss Van Dorin'9 parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Van Oorfo, both of Moravia. "iMr. and 'Mrs. Harold Mason and Mrs. A. G. Mason spent Sunday •wife the Richard Masons and son MSft in Oskakwsa. Kenneth Ooltrain and Barbara, Janice and Gary called on his Dr. M. Patrick v Gleasou, Opt. ' SpMl*l AtftmHen to The Ey« •nd fitting of Glasses S«« Us CONTACT LENSES Phone 856-3786 CENTERVILLE, IOWA mother, Mrs. Maude Coitrato, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harrison of Centerville called Saturday on Mr. and Mrs. Hartey Tlsue. ;Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Hubbell and son Scott of Centerville were supper guests Monday and spent the evening wMi her grandmother, Mrs. E. G. Hawk. Enon by Mrs. Nadine Dommer Nadine Faber attended the ball game Saturday evening and spent (be right with Marilyn Shelquist. Gene and Kim McDanel spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Lamotae Yates in Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin McDanel caled for them on Sund-ay. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faber and Connie were supper guestst of Mr. and Mrs. Don Klampe and family Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Taylor visited with Mr. and Mrs. Iwren Walter Wednesday afternoon. Jeff, JuMe and Janice Kelly spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ward •while their mother, Mrs. Dennis Kelley worked. Kim McDanel spent Saturday afternoon with MS?. Offifre Doud. Mr. and Mrs. Nowisi O'Connor and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lockman Satarday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. BueH Taylor called on iLucifle Taylor and Mrs. Ida Mangle Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R/tifben Faber spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faiber and Connie. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin M<flDanel, Kim and Gene and Doyle McDanel spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoffman. Michael Dommer spent Friday and Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley. Nina Faber spent Friday afternoon with Mrs, Ruben Faber. Mrs. Loren Walter visited Saturday aitemoon with Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Walter. iMr. and Mrs. Buell Taylor spent Friday afternoon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hayes. Mrs. Joe Hayes attended a shower Sunday afternoon at Moulton for Janet Johnson. Jeff Keiey was a supper guest at. ithe Laurence 'Dommer home Wednesday and Thursday evening. Marvin, Kenneth, Stanley and Curtis Wright called on Mike and Randy Dommer Sunday afternoon. D atod Mrs. &errft Van Roefcel girls spent Saturday evening at " ~ ... - ' the -Floyd Uiem tome. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell and Lynn of Albia enjoyed coasting at tlie Dick Brown ihome Sunday afternoon. The Don Poisons were Monday dinner guests with the B. F. WMte- heads. Velma Her teen visited with Sifeyl Whdtehead Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Whitehead were Monday evening visitors with 'Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Whitehead. of Fella, Rep. and Mrs. Strand' of <aBB»U and Mr. and Mm J. E. Ktag of Aljia. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lain, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawk spent Friday evening at the Keith Juato home. Doug Lain has been sick this week. Mr. and /Mrs. Harold Kofi attended the dinner Saturday at Moravia of Farm Service. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lain, iMr. and Mrs. 'LoweH Shepard attended card party Saturday night at Jim Walkers. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herr spent Saturday evening at the Harold Huff home. Mr. and Mrs. 'Russell Shepard were Sunday evening dinner guests of Jim Walkers. IMr. and Mrs Lowell Shepard spent Sunday with their son, Dean and family. Howard Phillips and -family spenj, Saturday evening at Jimmie Beatys. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huff called Sunday afternoon with his sister, at Aibia. Butch Gardner and family spent Sunday afternoon ait Howard Phillips. They all went sled riding on Griffinsville ME. NEW! ALLIS-CHALMERS ONE-SEVENTY! J and ONE-EIGHTY^ 1 See them now at.. . •Mfrs •itlmated PTO tip. VanDorin Implement Company ALLIS-CHALMERS & NEW IDEA Sales & Service Dial 724-3513 Moravia, Iowa Griffinsville - North Bend— (by Daphne Shepard) * * Attendance at Sunday School, 13. Had one visitor, Vickie Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shepard spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glen McNair. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beaty spent Thursday afternoon at the Butch Gardner home. -Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shepard called on Mary McClasky at Centerville Wednesday afternoon. 'Dinner guests at toe Delmont Moffttt home Friday evening were FARM SECURITY MAN ('utility if Fire * Liability 9 * Life * Crop Hail* * Auto * Extended* Coverage— Claude Hawk» AGENT National Bank Bldg. • Centerville, Iowa • SAVE ON — Office SupplUt Furniture and Machines All Items 20% Below Retail PortabU Typewriters at Whole- sal*. Compare Prices Before Buying. Elliott Bookkeeping Supply 228 E. State — Centerville SALE-PRICED WITH ALL THESE POPULAR OPTIONS • Vinyl-covered root * Deluxe wheel covers • Duai racing mirrors • Whitewails • Pinstripe • Full carpeting SALE-PRICED... LOADED WITH POPULAR OPTIONS Simulated hood air scoop Special E78 whltewalls Dual racing mirrors Pinstripe Wheel covers 500 SALE-PRICED... DELUXE EQUIPPED WITH POP-OPTIONS • Vinyl teat trim • Bright body aide molding* • MOiitewalti i.. • Wheel covets • Deluxe Rim-Blow (tearing wheel • Air conditioning, tinted giM*, 851 or 390 V-B Going Ford Is the Going Thing PARKS & BRUNT FORD, INC. N. 18th & Haynes Ave., Centerville, Iowa SoJem By Hani Htlly«r I * I By Hiattsville Mrs. Wayne MeDanel Kenny Long of Burlington spent the weekend at his parents home. IMr. and Mrs. Walter Clark and Erflest of Davenport were visitors at ithe Wayne MoDanel home. Mr. and Mrs. Ensil Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dooley and Susan and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Daniels all attended the Farm Service dinner and meeting Saturday at Moravia. Moravia Union, Thursday, January 16, 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Argo of Oskatoosa called Saturday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne MoTJanel and family. Mir. and Mrs. Virgil Dooley and Susan called Sunday afternoon at the Roy Dooley home in Centerville. Mrs. Juanita Dooley spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Doris Boblenz. (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Cyril MaDanel were hosts to a belated Christmas dinner at their home Sunday. Tirose enjoying Uie day were Mr. and 1 Mrs. Max McDanel, Rick and JoEllen, Mr. and Mrs. James Cuibertson and family and 'Larry and Ray Cuibertson all of Moline, Mr. and 'Mrs. dair McDanel and family of CamancJie, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Argo, Carol and Darrell of Oskaloosa and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dorian of Burlington. Mrs. Kenneth Daniels and Kevin were dkmer guests New Years day and to watch the parade on color TV at the Wayne MtlDatiel home. Other visitors during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long, Max McDanel and Paul Cridlebaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril McDanel left Tuesday for Iowa City where Cyril vviE 'have a check-up. (Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dooley called Sunday at the Glen MicFaU home. Careful and Dependable Ambulance Service Funeral Home Phon« 7M-341J MORAVIA, IOWA Mr. and (Mrs. Don Whitehead, Sally, Randy and Susan spent Tuesday evening at the Dell Hellyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown visited Mrs. Merle Prater at the Btoomfield hospital Thursday afternoon. We wish her a speedy recovery. Clarence W'hiletaead took his mother, Mrs. Maude Whitehead to Ottumwa for a check-up Friday. Mrs. Clarence Whitehead visited Mrs. Maurice Walters Thursday afternoon. Jim and Denny Argo and Clark Hellyer were in Bloomfield Tuesday afternoon. Hazel, Dick and Clark Hellyer spent Friday evening at the George Hellyer home. Miss Hazel HeHyer called on Faye Platt Friday afternoon. iMr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cart Van Zante attended a basketbell game in Seymour Friday evening. Mrs. Robert Milier of Knoxville spent the weekend at the Clarence Wlutehead home. Mr. and Mrs. George Hellyer of AMa 'spent Sunday at the Dell Hellyer borne. Mrs. Clarence Whitehead spent Friday afternoon witt» Mrs. B. F. Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitehead and Bobby and 'Mrs. Bob Miller called on Mrs. Maude WMtefaead Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown and Mrs. Dale Cox attended the baH game at Moravia Saturday evening. Because of icy roads the past three weeks news is scarce. Vosburfl by Mrs. Dick brown * i Clayton and Neil Sheldon visited Allae Argo at the AMa 'McCord Manor, Friday afternoon. Grace Whitehead spent Friday afternoon with, Sibyl Whitehead. Mr. and (Mrs. Bussed! Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown and Brad.' enjoyed an oyster supper at the Beit Rinefaart borne in AMa Friday evening. Mr. and iMra. Bernard Walters and Denise spent the weekend at the parental Lee Jackson and (Don Waiters homes. On Satorday, Mrs. Walters attended funeral services for her uncle in ClariMa. Mr. and Mrs. Kussell Blown and Theresa Brown were shopping in Ottumwa, Saturday. Neil, Linda and Jimmie SbeMofl spent the weekend at live Flo Frame home in Des 'Moines. On Saturday evening, Neil attended the Drake- Tulsa basketball game. Susan Whitehead visited her aunt, Sibyl Whitehead, Saturday Richard, Kelly, JotiD and Kevin Rinehart of Des Moine s spent Saturday at the Ray Riuehart ihome. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christy and Dr. R. E. 'DICK" COOPER Veterinarian 904 W. CENTERVILLE. IOWA Phone 856-2843 Dr. L. Den Harrog OPTOMETRIST CENTERVtULi, IOWA 124 N. M*ln Closed Thursday Noun Dial 856-3583 SMALLCHANGE ADDS UP TO Special Prices Good from 4:00 pan. Wednesday through Saturday, Jan. 15 - 16 - 17 - 18. ROUND STEAK Tenderloin lb - 98c Ib. 75« PORK LIVER ... Ib. PORK STEAK . . . Ib. ALL MEAT BOLOGNA THIN SLICED BACON . THICK SLICED BACON . PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF . . OLD FASHION LOAF . . SPICED LUNCHEON LOAF Ib. MORRELL'S BONELESS HAM Ib. 35c 59c Ib. 49c 59c PORK ROAST 2lb.pkg. $1.19 . . . . Ib. 59c . . . Ib. 65c 59c 99c NAVEL ORANGES . Oranges . . GRAPEFRUIT RED DELICIOUS . . doz. 35c 8 Ib. bag 44c . . 10-69c APPLES bag 55c LETTUCE ... 2 heads 45c Fresh RADISHES 2 pks. 25c TOMATOES tube 23c SALAD DRESSING Miracle Whip . * 44e FLOUR 25lb - b « *1- 39 BOW-WOW DOG FOOD PUDDING MIXES 10 -88c FROZEN FISH . lilb. pk&g. 45c Fish Sticks . 4-51.00 FROZEN Orange Juice 6 - $1.00 VAN CAMP PORK & BEANS 5 - 79c PAPER TOWELS 2-rollpkg. 41c 26 OZ. BOTTLE-HEINZ CATSUP . . btl. 4Tc AUNT NELLIES ORANGE DRINK 3 - 73c 46 OZ. CANS— Tomato Juice 2 cans 59c Kidney Beans .. 4-65c CRACKERS 19c LARGE TWIN PACK POTATO CHIPS . 45c CHERRY PIE FILLNG . 2-85c 46 OZ. CANS—GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . . 3 cans 77c OLEO 6 1-lb. pkgs. 85c WHITE HOMINY . . . 4-45c FRANCO AMERICAN SPAGHETTI . 3 - 49c DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW . can 59c GULF KIST OYSTERS - . . 2-89c CARNATION CANNED MILK 5 - 93c 2V4 LB. JAR Peanut Butter . . 89c SANDWICH SPREAD ... Jar 33c RAISINS 1* Ib. bag 49c RICE . . 2lb. bag 35c 1 LB. BOXES—GRAHAM Crackers . 2 boxes 49c 1 LB. BAG Marshmallows . . I9c ALLEN'S «"•"> & market WEST SIDE SQUARE FREE DELIVERIES 9:80 io 11 :SO ajn. and 1:30 to 4:00 twoa. Dial 3313

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