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Moravia Union (Newspaper) - September 14, 1978, Moravia, Iowa Coach Hankins gives game strategy to Mohawk pitches no hitter By The Coached by Ivan stung the girls team from Seymour Thursday evening in a shutout game played on the Moravia Maria pitched a no exercising terse control of the Moravia scored once in the bottom of the first After a slow second inning at the came back in the third and scored eleven Rose and knocked a home Maria Cox went three for three and Barb Kelly batted herself And Paula Helmick supplied a triple for the made no Seymour left four errors showing on the Coach Hankins reviewed the team faying The team is starting to get it all They will get tougher as the season the have a three After the win over and five Houser elected to School Board Fall Festival time The 73 Annual Moravia Fall Festival begins this Thursday September Entries are invited from Appanoose and adjoining All entries must be in by Judging begins at Events scheduled for Thurs day include a free barbeque at the band swing choir at and entertainer Darrell Thomas at The Festival continues beginning with the Childrens Parade at childrens races and games will be held between and there will be Country and Western music at A frog jump will open Saturdays festival at followed by adult races and The grand parade will occur at followed by a demonstration by the Bates Dance At the Hawkeye Music Jubilee will provide good time music and Prize drawings will take place at Tickets for Fall Festival are available at local This years theme for the Fall Festival is Building for a better John Houser collected 91 ballot votes Septem ber 12 in the Moravia School Board Election to defeat his opponent Richard Cloyed received 21 Voter turnout locally and countywide was John an employee of Iowa Southern Utilities is a resident of Moravia He is married and has a daughter and a At press he was unavailable for comment on the Appanoose voters failed to pass the special proposition to allow Indian Hills Community College an extension of the twenty and onequarter cents per thousand dollars assessed valuation The was passed over the ten county area by 60 percent of the Moravia voters cast 94 votes in favor of the proposition and 26 votes Centerville voters opposed the proposition cast ing 377 votes in favor and 500 votes Mohawks win opener The coached by Ron dashed and passed their way to a record victory over Russell Friday evening at the Moravia At games Moravia had chalked up 51 points to Russells no On the first play from in the first Randy McDonough ran the ball 69 yards across the touch down the Mohawks acquired 14 points total in the first and an additional 7 points before the Moravia came back in the third quarter and speedily gained 22 In the forth quarter the Mohawks continued to drive and made 8 more The Mohawks had a game total of 454 yards which set a new school according to Coach The team set two other new school records including S touch down passes in a single and a record of 505 total yards of Moravia had 11 first downs rushing and 3 Russell had 4 first Mohawk Den nis passed 10 times for 3 He was intercepted Russell was intercepted 3 Receiving for Bob Williams caught one for 21 yards Randy McDonough took one for 12 yards Rusty Young found the on the ball and made 18 Mark Hal carried the ball 237 yards in 14 He crossed the end zone for 5 touch downs and he made 4 for Randy McDonough scored one and went 109 yards in 7 Bob Williams carried scored and ran a total of 50 Dennis Raster carried 9 times for a total of 28 yards and scored a 2 Continued on page 4 City Council meets The Moravia City Council met in regular session at on September Mayor Gial Turtle called the meeting to Council members present were Paul Boyd and Ron Van Minutes from council meet ings held on August 3 tad 14 were reviewed and bv the council were the clerks and treasurers The Council took action and appointed Delmar Doud to the Appanoose County Library City bills were approved and paid and the meeting ad Fall Festival parade route announced j i Jtl The Moravia Fall Festival Parade Committee is request Ing cooperation in this years They are that everyone please refrain from parking on the parade route all day September 16 until after the The parade will begin at the corner of Charles Street and Henry Street in front of the Max McDonough It will go north on Henry Street then turn west on King turn back north on William Street and turn back west down the alley between Moravia Furniture and Van Dorin Implement on mery The parade will dismiss behind Moravia Lum All floats will line up on the south side of Charles Street west of Max The floats must be lined up by for preliminary Riders do not need to be on the floats at this Donna Woodward said about this years parade We expect a good turn i r j n sr MBM rr i 4 Moravia Union Voice of the Rathbun Lake area Thursday September 14 Number 37 75 riders compete in all mule rodeo By Riders and spectators ar rived at the Williams arena in Septem ber for the second annual all mule came from southern and At noon the rodeo began with a grand Knapp and Lori Hutchinson mounted their mules and carried the mately 250 spectators formed a packed circle around the reported Connie The rodeo consisted of thirteen competitive A total of about 75 riders competed in the various Events and place winners included Lead In 1st Melanie Davis 2nd Man 3rd Charity Peterson Calf Roping 1st Max Harska 2nd Jack Jensen Girls Goat Tail 14 years 1st Knapp lad Lori Hutchinson Ladies Goat 14 1st Cathy Smith 2nd Joyce Duffield 3rd Ruth Kraber Heading and Heeling 1st Chuck Music and Billy Waters 2nd Max Hariha and Lori Hutchinson 3rd Williams and Larry Williams Ladies Barrels 1st Put Lori 3rd Bey it Gem vit aad Chad Hitti Larry 3rd Troy Mens Goat 14 1st Dick Algreen 2nd Max Harsha 3rd Bob Williams Dally Ribbon Roping 1st Chuck Music and Billy Waters 2nd Max Harsha arl Lori Hutchinson OH tWO SEVERAL YOUNG riders tried their hand during the boys goat tying event in this Connie Tung Editor Koti Roping Duffield Steer lit Danny f ft on
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