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Moravia, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1970
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Moravia Union, Thursday, October 22, 1970 FOR SALE — One Homelite Super XL chain saw. Billy Joe Scott, 724-3348. 43-lt* FOR SALE — 34 mixed feeder pigs, weigh about 50 Ibs. Leon McDanel, 724-3699. 43-lt* CUSTOM GRAIN DRYING—on your farm is available again this year with an American automatic batch dryer wit'/ a capacity of 1800 bushels per day. Don't delay if interested. Paul Wilson, phone 7243295. 37- FOR RENT—3-bedroom modern house with acreage in Iconium Nov. 1st. Truxton Dicks, phone 724-3597. It PIANOS & ORGANS FOR RENT —Hammond and Yamaha organs; Everett, Cable-Nelson and Yamaha pianos. Local representative, phone 724-3652. tf FOR SALE—Doll house, tricycle with "banana" seat and high handlebars, large spring - style horse. All in good condition. Tracy Todd and Mike Pfannebecker phone: 724-3302. 43-1 FOR SALE—Oranges & Grape fruit by Moravia FFA Chapter. Ful or half boxes. Contact any FFA member or phone 724-3711 (8-5). DRIVERS NEEDED Train now to drive semi truck, lo cal and over the road. Diesel o gas; experience helpful but no necessary. You can 'earn over $4.5 per hour after short training. Fo interview and application, call 309 788-7421, or write Safety Dept United Systems, Inc., % Uplani Center, Suite 12, 1465 41st St Moline, Illinois, 61265. 43-2 Check the date following the address name on your Union. II it has expired, renew now $3 per year in Appanoose or Monroe counties, $3.50 per year else. where. FOR SALE - Transport i LOCAL NEWS Lois Fowler visited at home Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Reihsen and family of Chariton and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Main and family were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elec Main. Guests Sunday at the Main home were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Strum and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Main and fam- rain augers, moves up to 1800 ushels per hour. Moravia Farm ervice. 42-31 TALL FERTILIZER truck spread- ng rates have been reduced 25c per acre. Effective now thru Decem- >er. Have it ordered and put on before the fertilizer prices are increased. Paul Wilson, phone 7243295. 37- FOR SALE—No Hunting Signs. Union office. FOR SALE OR RENT—2-bedroom modern home. Mrs. Arthur Van Dorin, 724-3528. 43-2* 1970 Singer Touch & Sew. Guaranteed. Winds bobbin in machine, makes zig-zag patterns, monograms, buttonholes, overcasts, blind hems. See locally. 14 x $5.10. Cash discount, will take trade. Write Credit Manager, Box 4381, Overland Park, Kansas. 43-3* ily of Ellsworth ,Mr. and Mrs. Billy Main and family of Centerville, Afternoon callers were Mrs. Mildred Hiner and Mr. and Mrs. A. Jayne of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Louisa Jones called Thursday afternoon on Mrs. Helma Tisue. Miss Faye Platt spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Zenith Hiatt. Mrs. Orvi'Ue Burton of Moravia and Mrs. Glen Bailey of Mystic have just returned from an Autumn Leaves tour of the Ozarks with the Wapello County Senior Citizens group escorted by Mr. and Mrs Paul Tinsley of Ottumwa. While there they attended Bald Knofobers mountain music show near Bran son, Mo., visited Silver Dollar city and the crafts demonstrated there attended the Passion play, nea the Christ of the Ozarks statue at Eureka Springs, Ark., also at tended the Shepherd of the Hill play at the Old Mill theatre nea Branson, Mo., and various otter >la>ces of interest in that locality, ihe leaves were a riot of color resenting a beautiful landscape. Ronnie Underwood was admitted Thursday to St. Joseph hospital •or treatment. * Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Faber entertained to dinner recently, Mrs. Earl Pierson of Costa Mesa, Calif., Mrs. L. C. Thompson and Lou Ellen and Sally of Des M6ines, v also Mr. and Mrs. David Beattie and sons David and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Beattie have recently been transferred from the naval base at New London, Conn., to the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. He will be an instructor in radar training. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shilling and Mrs. Nell Bundy of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Finch, Shelly and Vickie, of ElPaso, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murdy of Udell, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Danstra and Mr. and Mrs. Carnie Vanden Berg of Pella were recent visitors in the Leonard Palmer home. PIANO IN STORAGE Beautiful spinet-console stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take at big saving on low payment balance. Write Joplin Piano, Inc., Joplin, Mo. 64801. 1* Mrs. Marian Woodward and Natalie and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodward and family went to Chambers, Nebr., Friday evening to attend the wedding Saturday of Barbara Hoerle and Michael Petersen. They also spent the weekend visiting relatives in Norfolk, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed . . . we establish accounts for you. Car, references and $995.00 to $1885 cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time more. For local interview, write, include telephone number, Eagle Industries, 3938 Meadowbrook Road, St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55426. 1* WANTED To Buy Your Fat Hogs Stop in -and see us for prices and breaks. Our Market is Bonded. VERL PERKINS HOG MARKET Centerville, Iowa Phone 856-2212 NOTICE I will be closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22, 23, 24, next week, for vacation. John SPENCER Barber Shop Only 64 Days 'Til CHRISTMAS! Save REGAL STAMPS & MONEY for those Christmas Gifts on OUR EVERY DAY SPECIALS. Royal Gelatine * 27c Frozen - 10 oz. Straw- 2 40* berries for Hungry Jack Pancake 3 Mix Ibs. FLOUR *,.39« Giant FftB---75c Pork lb. STEAK Cove - PC. OYSTERS 39* Frozen BREAD - - 39* Jiffy Corn MUFFIN 1f|c MIX - - * V Wilderness MINCE Pie Filling Butter Flavor Wesson qt. Oil - - - Lean Gr.Beeffja 98 Tenderloin - Sausage - Rib Steaks Sweetheart T. Soap - 10* Bath size Camay 2 35* Soap for ww ZEPHYR Give Regal Stamps Dry Cleaners - Pickup Fri. & Tues. WE EESERVB THE EIGHT TO LIMIT. Radine & George's Dial FINE F000S 3220 CORNER CAFE Sunday Menu Fried Chicken Dinner Tenderloin Dinner Hamburger Steak Dinner SALAD — BAKED POTATO VEGETABLE — COFFEE $1.60 Open 10:00 a.m. to p.m. Moravia 724-3228 Hallowe'en Arrangements All arrangements in HALLOWE'EN COLORS ORANGE, and ORANGE & BLACK 15% Off O/T.K Come in soon and take advantage as supply is limited. / Flowerland JUDY BALLANGER : MORAVIA Phone: Shop 724-3566 — Home 724-3807 COMPLIMENTS TRADITIONAL MASONfTE* . ( Royalcote walnut grained PANELS ... Three names lot elegaoee now yours— in RoyaJcpte -Glacier Walnut-Tawny Walnut-Sable WaJaut-each distinctive in its color -each glowing with charm -each designed to enhance any period or style. These panels of factory finished hardboard are almost maintenance-free. A damp doth wipes them clean and iustrout. Royalcote ipeani charm in decoration . . . and a really wise choice for your next hum* as seen on the.., TONIGHT SHOW, TIMER LIMBER MORAVIA, IOWA 62571 TCMNKta BUIUEHMG MATERIAL Phone 724-3216 — PAINTS Ladies Aid Convention Held In Centerville The Drake Avenue Christian church in Centerville was host t<> the 41st annual Appanoose County Ladies Aid convention, Tuesday, October 13th. Mrs. Marilyn Mick and Mrs. Bar- oara Kesterson were in cnarge of tiie registration and there were 116 registered from 23 different diuretics in the county. Four charter members registered. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Grace Ad ams who welcomed everyone present and introduced the minister and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mayes. The group sang the traditional first two verses of "Blest Be the lie" and the hymn, "Come Thou Fount". Mrs. Evelyn Bear was in charge of devotions and used as her topic "Keys for Better 'Living." Scrip ture from Matt. 16. Minutes of tne 1S*69 meeting were read and approved and tne secre tary, Mrs. Munel Spurgeon gave tne roll call of the churcnes in the county and each society responded with a report of activities and a special number. Two humorous readings "Far'm Wife" and "The Wig and 1" were given by Mrs. 'Faye Luse of Moravia Methodist. A song, "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow" was sung •oy Mrs. Violet Perry of Moravia Christian. Mrs. Jennie Brown of the Methodist church in Mystic gave a reading entitled, "The Praying Hands" and Mrs. Ann Dutton of Fairview Church of the Brethren sang, "My God and I." The president appointed the following committees to report at the afternoon session, Resolutions: Mrs. Nellie Caylor, dim., Mrs. Faith Guernsey and Mrs. Myrtle Harrington. Finance: Mrs. Faye Luse, chm., Mrs. Letha Bitner and Mrs. Eva Mehrhoff. The meeting was dismissed at 12:00 o'clock for the noon cooperative luncheon with toe host church furnishing the meat, drink and rolls. Miss Lona Robertson, Mrs. AMce 'Bon, Mrs. Kathryn Linder, Mrs. Ava Long, Mrs. Marie Gris- lam, Mrs. Gertrude Adams, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Minnie Jever were in charge of the kitchen. Mrs. Alee Son asked the fotess- ,The afternoon session opened with the hymn: "There Shall be Showers of Blessings."' Organist for .tiie day was Mrs. Clara Swab. The speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Suzanne Mayes, wife of 3ie pastor of Drake Avenue Christian church Corsages were presented to the oldest guest present and to the youngest. ,Mrs. Mattde Clemens ol Numa Methodist being the oldest present, 88 years and Mrs. Phyllis West of Udell Brethren the youngest. Impressive memorial services were conducted by Mrs. Marie Weber for the 28 deaths reported in the last year in the churches by those attending. The invitation of 'the United Methodist church in Moulton to have, the 42nd annual Ladies Aid convention was accepted. Everyone joined in singing the last two verses of "Blest Be the Tie". The meeting was. dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Grace Adams. WANTED SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVERS MAN or WOMAN Apply at Superintendent's Office MORAVIA COMMUNITY SCHOOL NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF MORAVIA COMMUNITY FOR CONTACTING LOCAL NIGHT MARSHAL OR LOCAL DEPUTY SHERIFF Call— Centerville Police Station 856-6324 They can call local night marshall or deputy by radio with your message. Town of Moravia Public Auction The Moravia Community School will hold a public auction— TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1970 at 4:00 p.m. at the Elementary school buildinpr in Moravia, to sell the following items: 120 or more old style desks. 12 old double student desks. 1 old piano and bench. Some small chairs. 1 deep well pump. 1 building 5' x 5'. 12 tables, odd size. Clarence Ballanger, Auctioneer Moravia Community School Dlst. fllbia Sales Co., Inc. AT SALE PAVILION, ALBIA, IOWA CATTLE-HOG -SHEEP SALE EVERY SATURDAY - Consign Us Your Livestock We Always Have the Buyers! BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION DON 'PETERSON Phom 9324*2* PAUL MOREHEAD Phmw 932-2327 JOHN PETERSON Mor.vt. Phen* 724-349* Offic*-THOMAS L. KOFFMAN PhwM 932-512* Albia Sales Co;, Inc. ALBIA, IOWA "Southern Iowa's Largest Livestock Auction" wm | Thursday - Friday and Saturday _ Musselmans § JELLY Libbys 5 PUMPKIN B 2% size can 25< 5 Gooches B MACARONI COFFEE MATE '* Jar 59* Kidds Marshmallow Cream pint LUCKY WHIP '«• 35« box w* Meeters qt. 35* [KRAUT B i Fresh Cranberries "** 25* BEHNKE'S Famous FRYERS Ocean Spray \ Northern Napkins pk £ 8 25* ! Eden TISSUE 4 ""* 29* 8 Bo-Bo 006 FOOD 3 can* 25c CAT LITTER - 10 lb. 59c SPENCERS Grade "A" Large EG6S doz, MA& Armour Star BACON Ib; CC< pkg. W Dial Dry Cleoning — CLEANERS

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