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Help Us— Mak* THE MORAVIA UNION Your NEWSpoper Send or phone us your news, or phone us for pictures of news in your community. Heart of the Rathbun Lake Area NION V~Moravia's NEWSPAPER \ Put— MORAVIA In Your Future Plans VOLUME 69 Moravia, Iowa, Thursday, May 21, 1970 Number 21 Summer Diamond Activities Scheduled The Little League baseball season opened Tuesday night with the Colts defeating the Chargers by the score of 8-5. In the second game the Astros rallied to defeat the Lakers 5-3. ^ The next Little League games will be Friday night starting at 6:00 p.m. Charger* Sponsor, Gro-Mo-Co. Manager, Carl Tisue. Coach, Edgar Nelson. Players: Gary McCloud, Steve Raynrie, Mike Dean Robinson, Jerry Steenhoek, Alan Tisue, Jerold Ballanger, Curtis Mericle, Terry Bryan, Clayton Pauley, Martin Steenhoek, Mike Bryan, Bobby Wells, Bobby Robinson. Lakers Sponsor, Moravia Farm Service Co. Manager, Jack Kaster. Coach, Curtis Mikels. Players, Walter Paris, Dennis Condra, Robert Spencer, Ronnie Woodward, Larry Wilson, David Townsend, Randy Whitehead, Jeffrey Dean Hall, Jerry McCrory, David Mikels, Bryan Cox, Duane Ellison. Celt! Sponsor, Turner Lumber Co. Inc. Manager, Larry Brooks. Coach, Ron Van Zante. Players: Doug Moore, Stuart McDanel, Harold Rowley, -Jeff Leon McDanel, Gary Rowley, Chris McDonough, Bryan Harrington, Randy Phillips, Marty McClurg, Mike Koffman, Randy McDonough, Norman McClurg, Rodney Klampe. Astros Sponsor, Albia Sales Co. Manager, John Peterson. Coach, Rev. Lobb. Players: Marty Massman, Jim Spencer, Edward Massman, Russell Peterson, Jay Peterson, Clay Uhlenhake, Mark LobVTim Lobb, Craig Vance, Gary Coltrain, Rodney Mikels. Holly Gifford. Minor (Eight Year Old Players) Manager, Larry Pfannebecker. Sponsored by Little League. Players: Jaren Tubaugh, Mark Hall, Todd Pfannebecker, Matthew Martin, Tom Pauley, Forrest Van Benthuysen, Daren Tubaugh, Todd Phillips, Jeffrey Perry, Chris Peterson, James Woodin, Bill Pettibone, Jeff Kelley. MINOR LEAGUE PRACTICE MONDAY MORNING, MAY 25th Minor League practice will be held at the high school on Monday, May 25th, after school is dismissed in the morning and until noon. Any eight-year-old boy interested should plan to attend this practice. Summer activities are underway at the high school baseball diamond, with four Little League teams, one Babe Ruth team, and high school baseball games scheduled. Following is schedule, you might like to clip it and save for further reference. Friday, May 22— Lakers vs. Colts Astros vs. Chargers Monday May 25— Lakers vs. Chargers Colts vs. Astros Tuesday, May 26— *— Babe Ruth, 7 p.m. Elks vs. Moravia Friday, May 29— Astros vs. Lakers Chargers vs. Colts Monday, June 1— Chargers vs. Astros Colts vs. Lakers Tuesday, June 2— Babe Ruth, 7 p.m. Favorite Sports vs. Moravia Thursday, June 4— Colts vs. Astros Chargers vs. Lakers Tuesday, June 9— Colts vs. Chargers Lakers vs. Astros Thursday, June 11— S.E. Warren vs. MHS Friday, June 12— Colts vs. Lakers Babe Ruth—Rotary vs. Moravia Monday, June 15— Leon vs. MHS Tuesday, June 16— Lakers vs. Chargers Astros vs. Colts Thursday, June 18— Ottumwa Legion vs. MHS Friday, June 19— Astros vs. Chargers Babe Ruth— Oehler Bros. vs. Moravia Monday, June 22— Chargers vs. Astros Lakers vs. Colts Tuesday, June 23— Wayne vs. MHS Wednesday, June 24— Astros vs. Lakers Colts vs. Chargers Thursday, June 25— Mormon Trail vs. MHS Friday, June 26— Babe Ruth—MOulton vs. Moravia Tuesday, June 30— Astros vs. Colts Chargers vs. Lakers Monday, July 6— Melcher-Dallas vs. MHS Tuesday, July 7— Eddyville vs. MHS DONNA RAE OARD GRADUATE OP BETHANY NAZARENE Donna Rae Oard graduated on Monday, May 19, with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Bethany Nazarene College in Bethany, Okla. She was a 1966 graduate of the Moravia Community School and a 1968 graduate of the Centerville Community College. She will be teaching next fall in the Western Heights School District of Oklahoma City, Okla. Eighth Grade Promotion Exercises! Thursday Evening, May 21, 8:00 p.m. High School Auditorium Processional Marilyn Shelquist, Joan Strunk Invocation Rev. L. B. Deedrick Special Music Eighth Grade Girls "This Is My Country" "A New Tomorrow" Introduction of Speaker :. Mr. John Guthrey Jr.-Sr. High Principal Address Rev. Gary Wayne Mayes Minister, Christian Church, Centerville Presentation of Eighth Grade Class Mr. John Guthrey Presentation of Eighth Grade Certificates..Mr. Earl Rowley President Board of Education Scholarship Awards Junior High Faculty Benediction Rev. L. B. Deedrick Recessional Rebecca Horn, Susan Crabtree, Christy Whicker Members of Eighth Grade Class Argo, Rex McDonough, Jay MISS LOCKMAN TO BE GRAND RECORDER OF IOWA MARSHA CLOYED GRADUATE OF BEAUTY ACADEMY Beal, Ronald A. Bryan, Chris Cole, Thomas Cross, Kathy Jo Doud, Douglas O. Faber, Cheryl Lee Fosenburg, Debbie Gifford, Rachel Ann Gillen, Jerry L. Greene, Danny C. Helmick, Julia Lynne Hoffman, Dale L> Hopkins, Janice L. Kelley, Judy Denise Kirby, Richard Allen Lobb, Marlaine Ruth Lockman, Judy Kay Long, Vanessa Kay Martin, Kathy Dorene McBride, Carla Kay P/IcCannon, Sherry Lou McClurg, Paula Jane McDanel, Julia Jean McDanel, Dean McFarland, Ruth Jean McKinley, Steven Nicoletto, John Patrick Riegel, Karen Sue Roberts, John Robinson, George Robert Rogers, David D. Scott, Shirley Ann Simmons, Mary Kay Spencer, Robin A. Steenhoek, Daryl E. Stocker, Judi Ann Tarbell, Kim Thomas, Kayla E. Tisue, Lanny Whicker, Ronald W. Whicker, Terry Lewis Whitehead, Sally Jo Wilson, Greg A. Wilson, Linda M. Woodward, Rodney L. Wright, Curtis D. Miss Teresa Lockman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Lockman, has been appointed Grand Recorder of the Iowa Grand Assembly of Rainbow for Girls. She will be installed at the Grand Assembly to be held in Waterloo the week of June 22, 23 and 24. The Wednesday installation will be open to the public. Mrs. Dick Johnson will accompany the Moravia Rainbow Girls to the state meeting. Members attending will be Sally Martin, Debbie Mullins and Judy Stocker. Miss Lockman will join the group on Tuesday evening, to be installed on Wednesday. Miss Mullins is going as a pro-tern Grand Represntative for Miss Linda Hiatt who will be married on June 6. LEGION AUXILIARY MAKES POPPY DAY PLANS The May meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Monday evening with Mrs. Andy Mosley presiding. Following the opening form of business, plans were made for Poppy Day, May 23. It was reported that 1,221 Betty Crocker coupons had been turned in for the "bus for Glenwood" project. On the program, Mrs. Mosley read Moments for Meditation, and Mrs. Larry Brooks information on the memorial poppy. Memorial wreaths were made by the group. Refreshments of homemade cook- i ies and coffee were served from a table centered with a large arrangement of spirea surrounded by bunches of the veteran made poppies, by Garnet Brain, Mrs. Wayne Christy and Mrs. Birdie Main. . With The Boys In Service Sergeant Robert L. Miller, whose wife, Sandra, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Whitehead, R. R. 2, Moravia, has returned to Forbes AFB, Kan., after completing temporary U. S. Air Force duty in Brazil. Sergeant Miller was an aircraft mechanic with the USAF team that is deployed to provide aerial geodetic and photographic data of Brazil, which is larger than the continental United States and Alaska and is one of several South American countries to be surveyed. With headquarters in the capital city of Brasilia, support personnel and aircrews of the USAF Aerospace Cartographic and Geodetic Service (ACGS) operate modified C-130 Hercules and C-135 Strato- iifter aircraft and CH-3 Sea King helicopters in areas determined by the best weather for aerial photography. Forbes ACGS personnel serve two to four months rotational duty helping conduct the long-term South American project. Sergeant Miller has served in Vietnam. A 1965 graduate of New- ion, Iowa Community High School, he attended Marsbaiitown, Iowa Community College and Wesunar College, Lemurs, Iowa. TROOP 131 BROWNIE SCOUTS ENJOY FUN DAY Fun day was enjoyed by all 35 girls at our last meeting. Twelve of these girls were visitors who came to see what Brownie meetings were like as they will be able to join next fall when they enter second grade. Several new games were played, a puppet show presented, and a new song taught We also discussed day camp and mothers will be contacted shortly for the day or days they will help at camp. Only $125 will be paid by each girl attending as the other $1.25 will be taken from the treasury. Girls must return permission sheet at next meeting. Refreshments were cowboy sundaes. Marsha LT*Cloyed, daughter of Lyle and Virginia Cloyed, was recently graduated from the Americana Academy of Beauty in Des Moines. She is now employed at Beauty at the Springs, in Centerville. PROGRESSIVE CLUB MEETS AT BERTHA BROSHAR HOME Thursday evening, May 14, the Progressive club members and their husbands met at 6:30 for a co-op supper with Bertha Broshar. Mrs. Norman Ward was co-hostess. After a delicious evening meal, the guests enjoyed a round of games with prizes going to Lucile Carter, Merle Miller, Ralph McDonough and Loyd Carter. NORTH BEND LADIES AID MET THURSDAY AFTERNOON The North Bend Ladies Aid met at the home of Maxine Rinehart, Thursday afternoon. The president, Lorena, opened the meeting with a poem. Roll call was called by Leola, "With household hint or Mother's poem." Last minutes were read by Leola. Work was done on handkerchiefs for the children of Hope School and other little favors were made for them. This was the last meeting until fall, so all birthdays were brought during summer, Sharon, Daphne, Donna, Mary Sue and Ruth received. Guess What won by Delores. Next meeting to be with Lorena in September. Roll call to be answered, "Something we think we can't do without hi the kitchen." Lorena closed by reading a poem. Delicious refreshments'were served by the hostess. Moravia Faculty Nears Completion Moravia school board has been hiring teachers, and has the faculty neaily completed for the coming term. There are two vacancies remaining, and they believe they possibly have a teacher for one of the remaining vacancies. The board accepted the resignation of Mr. Payne as Spanish instructor. He will be going to Southeast Warren, which will permit him to live at his -home near Des Moines. New teachers hired are: Mrs. Marcia L. Doofe, to teach Spanish. She is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College, Ames, this will be her first teaching position. Mr. Lee Schwerdtferger, 6th grade teacher. He has a BA degree from Northeast Missouri State Teachers college and has taught one year. Mr. John Vola, high school math teacher. He also has a BA degree from NE Missouri State Teachers college, this will be his first teaching position. Mrs. Dorothy Strickler, who formerly taught here in the elementary school, will be returning as 6th grade teacher. Dale Lindley Killed In Chicago Auto Mishap Dale Lindley, 19, was killed Saturday night in a car accident in Chicago. He was employed by Eastern Airlines and was enroute to work at O'Hara Airport when the car he was driving struck the rear of a parked milk truck on the expressway to the airport He was the son of Fred and Josephine Foster Lindley and was born May 7, 1951 near Moulton. He was a graduate of the Moulton- Udell school in 1969. Surviving is his wife, Dana; a son, Christopher Scott; his parents; two sisters; four brothers; and a grandfather. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the West Grove Methodist church and burial was in Sunset View cemetery near Moulton. Mr. and Mrs. James Kearney, Kim and Jimmy of Des Moines spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Bette Van Dorin, Vicki and Bob. Enaaqe.d E.T.C. CLUB PARTY AT KARL TUTTLE HOME An ETC club party was held Thursday evening at the Karl Tuttle home with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lathen assisting hosts. Game prizes were won by Frank Wilson, Mrs. Grace Main, John Guthrey, Mrs. Lee Hiatt and Mrs. Clifford Paxston. Mrs. Main of Houston, Texas, LOCAL GRADUATES AT BETHANY COLLEGE Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woodward, David Black and Wesley Smith graduated Monday from Bethany Nazarene college in Bethany, Oklahoma. Mrs. Woodward will be in the teaching profession and Mr. Woodward, Mr. Black and Mr. Smith were ministerial students and will be assigned charges later. The Woodwards and Mr. Black are son, daughter-in-law and son- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodward and Mr. Smith is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Lavern Smith of Buffalo, Kansas, former residents of Moravia. The Frank Woodwards went to Bethany Friday for the graduation ceremonies. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tomlin spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tomlin and Greg, near Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. (Shorty) Harper and Earl of Storm Lake visited Mae Harper Sunday. Mrs. Dale Cox, Bryan, Maria and Kevin called Monday evening. C. Ray Stockton is starting to build a house in Unionville on the former Hattie Hopkins property. He is also helping build a house for Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrove, Julie and Brian, west of the Agues More residence. Mrs. Nelle Rousseau of Lovilia spent last week here with her sister, Mrs. Ocile Clark. She also MRS. TISUE REPORTS CANCER DRIVE NETS $203 Cancer Crusade soliciting has been completed, and a total of $203 was received. This is wonderful support to a worthy cause. Each worker is to be commended for a job well done. Crusade workers were Mrs. Billy Robinson, Mrs. Raymond Ashby, Mrs. Dan Mihalovich, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Grant Tadlock, Mrs. Richard Raymie, Mrs. Jerry Woodward, Mrs. Larry Pfannebecker, Mrs. Art Fox, Mrs. Ernest Underwood, Mrs. Webb Mullins, Mrs. Kenneth Condra, Mrs. Paul Broshar, Mrs. Robert Foster, Mrs. Jerry Hayden, Mrs. Wilbur Miller and Miss Kathy Lockman. Mrs. Carl Tisue was Crusade chairman for Moravia. a former member, was a guest. called on cousins and old friends. GARDEN CLUB Mrs. Max McDonough will entertain the Moravia Garden club at a 9:30 breakfast at her home Wednesday, May 27. THANK YOU . . . I want to thank my many friends and relatives for the nice cards, flowers, gifts, prayers. May basket; also the kindness shown me and my family while I was in the hospital and since my return home. They were greatly appreciated. Barbara Robinson THANK YOU . . . Thanks very much to all whose cards, letters, visits, thoughts and flowers 1 received while in the hospital. Walt Younker IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our husband nounce the engagaiuent of their and father Forrest E. Kaster who died May 10, 1959. In life we loved you And in death We will never forget. Mrs. Ora Kaster Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kasier Mr. and Mrs. Deaa Kaster Mr. aod Mrs. Larry Kaster daughter, Beth, to Al Pospisil, son of Mr. Ed Pospisi! of Rural Route 3, Cedar Rapids. Beth is presently attending Young's School of Beauty in Cedar Rapids and Al is employed with the LeFebure Corporation in Cedar Rapids. A July 25th wedding is being plaaaed. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ahee of Union- viile announce the engagements oJ their daughters, Janet Sue to Sp-4 Larry Irvvin, and Donna Joan to George Woodward. Parents of the future bridegrooms are Mr, anc Mrs. Dormiin Irwin of Melrase anc Mr. and Mrs. Ron Woodward or Moravia. July weddings are being SINGSPIRATION Next Sunday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m. will be the time for the regular monthly singspiration service at the Salem United Methodist church. This service was changed to the Awards Given At School Monday The annual school awards program was held Monday afternoon. Many students were presented awards and recognition for outstanding achievements for the past school term. Awards presented were as follows: Appanoose County Bar Assn. Citizenship Award, Janis Gifford. Business Dept., Bookkeeping, to Dixie Davis. Shorthand I, 80 words: Barbara Coltrain, Debbie Kelley, Camilla Prater, Linda Sheldon and Vera Wright; Shorthand II, 80 words: Linda Hiatt and Connie Renwick; 90 words: Linda Sheldon and Donna VanBenthuysen. Typing I, 40 words: Tom Woodin, Carolyn Faber, Jan Moore, Drenda Tubaugh, Dwight Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Sue Schupmann, John Curtis, Cindy Grinstead, Kathy Cortesio, Vera Wright; 50 words: Jonna VanBen- thuysen and Dallas McDanel; 60 words: Camilla Prater. National Write-In Award, Pepsi- Cola, to Sue Schupmann. Readers Digest award to Dixie Davis. Danforth Award to Linda Hiatt and Philip Prater. Librarian awards: one year to Janice Grinstead, Jill Schupmann, Nellie Thomas, Cindy Grinstead, Reggie Marlin, James Gillen, Daryl Tisue, Martha French, Sherry Bardwell, Marilynn Hall, Carol Irelan, Carolyn Cooper, Leota Mockmore, Tary Huff, and Jean Stufflebeam. F.T.A. awards to Jewell Walker, Teresa Lockman, Donna VanBen- thuysen. Scribbler to Carolyn Faber. Cheerleader: Donna Ahee, Debbie Kelley, Cindy Johnson, Carolyn Faber, Jonna VanBenthuysen; y 2 year awards: Debbie Tomlin, Ruth Steenhoek, Ruth Johnson. Citizenship Award (private citizen) to Lou Ellen Rowley. Boys' track: Gary Tisue, Reggie Marlin, Tom Woodin, Craig Miller, and to Lee Uhlenhake as manager. Baseball: Nicky Dicks, Tom Woodin, Bob Hiatt, Ron Stocker, Gary Tisue, Jody McDanel, Kenneth Stocker, David Harrington, and Phil Prater. Softball: Donna Ahee, Linda Hiatt, Connie Renwick, Lou Ellen Rowley, Donna VanBenthuysen, Debbie Kelley, Vicki VanDorin, Jonna VanBenthuysen, Beth Steen- hoek, Linda Self, and Diane Rogers. Girls' track: Claudia Miller, Lou Ellen Rowley, Carolyn Cooper, Linda Sheldon, Diana Kelley, Sally Martin, Fonda Dicks, Janiece Tubaugh, Sharon Thomas, Diane Rogers, Ruth Steehoek, Jonna Van- Benthuysen, Jean Ann Rouse, Vicki VanDorin, Beth Steenhoek and Cindy Johnson manager. Office Practice: 40 words per minute, Leota Mockmore; 50 words per minute, Linda Mobley and Mary Howk; 60 words per minute, Linda Hiatt. Attendance—12th grade: Leota Mockmore (3 years) Gary Tisue, Nick Dicks (1 time tardy), Reginald Marlin (3 times tardy); llth grade, Marie Cloyed, Kathy Cortesio (4 times tardy, David Harrington (3 times tardy); 10th grade: RoseMary Rogers, Joyce Stocker (2 years); 9th grade: Pamela Gladfelder, Ramona Hayden, Diana Kelley, Sally Martin, Wanda McFarland, Judy Stocker, Karla Scott (1 time tardy), Janiece Tubaugh (1 time tardy). National Honor Society: Do ana Ahee, Joy McCrory, Sharon Riegel, fourth Sunday this month because of the baccalaureate service at the high school last Sunday. In June we will go back to our regular third Sunday again. As usual, we will have a good choir with organ, piano, and a song leader and a lot of good special numbers plus some real good congregation singing from numbers you can choose. It will be an evennig you will enjoy \ve know that. Come and bring a car full of people with you. DONNA AHEE planned. They uie all graduates of the Moravia high school. Jauet is currently employed by the Mayug Co., of Newton, and Larry is serving \\ith the Army in Chu Lai, Vietnam. Duium is employed by Banker's Life taid George is working for Look Magazine in Dei Moires. Sgt. and Mrs. David Vance of Wichita, Kansas, are the proud parents of a son born May 18. He weighed 8 ibs. 3 oz., and has been named Anthony David. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vance, Rt. 1, Albia and great grandmother is Mrs. Augusta Vance. R. 3, Aibia. Sgt. Vance is stationed at the McConnell Air Force Base at Wichita. Sue Schupmann, Camilla Prater, Dallas McDanel, Ronald Thomas. Scholarship Awards: Dixie Davis, National Honor Scholarship $1,000, State of Iowa Scholarship $300, and Centerville Community College $150; LouEllen Rowley, Centerville Community College $150; alternates for Centerville Community College Scholarship: Gary Tisue and Jody McDanel. Librarians: Two Years, Dale McFarland, Kathy Cortesio, Marie Cloyed, Sue Schupmann, Mary Van- Dorin; Three Years, Ruth Steen- hoek; Three Years or Two Years if Senior earn pins: Vickie Breeding, Teresa Lockman, Joy McCrory, Linda Mobley, Sharon Riegel, Jane Stufflebeam, Elaine VanDePoi. Speech, at District Contest (Won Second): Bill Adams, Janis Gifford, Ruth Johnson, Debbie Kelley, Claudia Miller, Philip Prater, Alice Stanley and Drenda Tubaugh. T16BALS HAVE ADOPTED FIVE MONTH OLD GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tibbals have adopttd a five-jnunih old baby girl, May a. Her nauic is Sherrie Michelle. Mrs. Uruda Tibbuls is ihc parental grandmother. THANK YOU We wish to thank all of our friend*, relatives and neighbors who helped to make our 40tb wedding anniversary such an enjoyable occasion, also, for the beautiful flowers, gifts and for the many cards which we received from old friends and neighbors, school personnel, and former pupils. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Lloyd and Madelyn Rose Loagmom, Colorado

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