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Moulton Tribune (Newspaper) - October 21, 1982, Moulton, Iowa STATE DEPT. 0 HISTORY HISTORICAL DBS MOINE IA 50300 Published every Wednesday and entered second class mall at the Moult Iowa Post send address changes toi 102 N. Main Street 52572 Phone 642-8181 Official newspaper of Appanoose Community School and cities of Moulton and Publisher Bruno w. MOULTON SUBSCRIPTION in Iowa out of state TRIBUNE 98th Year Volume 99 Publication No. 364-840 No. 42 October 21,1982 Five Cents Two named to County 4-H Council Local people in accident Mrs. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Earl all of were bruised and the result of an auto accident which occurred about 1:00 p.m. Sunday in the Missouri It is understood that Mrs driving her 1974 Chevrolet was on Highway and was crossing Highway at when her car was hit by another car coming from the south on Highway The three occupants of the other car along with Mrs. Cooper and the Doles were taken to the Davis County Hospital in for treatment before being Mrs. Cooper suffered cuts and bruises and saw a doctor again Mrs. Dole also was bruised by the Mr. riding in the back was not No information was available on the occupants on the other The Cooper vehicle was badly but was able to be driven to No were Board holds line on salaries Susan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson of rural and Sharon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tall of rural were elected to the County 4-H Council at Rally held last Thursday evening In Of the thirteen who ran for eight were Each gave a speech on to the with Sharon telling what 4-H had taught such as setting goals for the future and achieving Susan spoke on 4-H leadership and responsibilities that can be applied to future Both girls arc members of the Happy Helper 4-H Sharon has held all club offices and the current has held all positions but As members of the County they will help with such projects as a county 4-H county fun activities and with other county events such as the Appanoose County Jamboree Fund raisers needed It looks as if the Moulton Chamber of Commerce will have to hold at least two money-making events during the coming if there is to be a 198.1 Moulton While enough money is on hand to attend to all bills in connection with this year's there is very little to count upon in the according to Larry Chamber of Commerce Members present at the October meeting of the held last Thursday morning in Turner's discussed the matter at length and wondered if help would again be available from the Moulton Booster This for the past two has worked to raise approximately each which has gone to provide the Saturday night Jamboree No one present at the meeting could say for sure what the Booster Club would do in the coming It was reported that the same carnival has been signed for the 1983 on the dates of September 22. 2.1 and 24. such as a Bluegrass art and craft antique or hot rod car flea market and all night Softball tournament were among the suggestions It it was thought that a different type of prizes might be needed and there was some consideration of a food During the course of the Judy Harris presented the Chamber of Commerce with the check received by the Just For Fun committee for their parade She explained that the group would rather the local organization use the money to help with the next perhaps raising the prize money available for the school Mayor proclaims or Treat Night Mayor Monday proclaimed October 30. 1982 as Trick or night in On this residents of the area can expect monsters of all and ghouls to arrive on their doorstep in observance of Halloween's This is your advance warning to have your treats be prepared for a Cook receives ISU Scholarship Monte C. a at the University of Iowa in Iowa City and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Cook of has been awarded scholarship by Iowa Southern Utilities Company for attendance at the University of The award was announced recently by Don Iowa district who was valedictorian of his 1981 High School graduating class with a 3.95 grade point is majoring in While in high he was a letter winner in four varsity band and He was a member ol second place state mile relay track was class vice-president during his junior and student council president his senior He is listed in Who's Who in American High and received the Iowa Bar Association Citizenship He was named to the Dean's Honor Roll last semester at the University of Iowa Southern has awarded college scholarships to deserving students for many The scholarships are for study at Iowa State the University of Northern Iowa Grinnell and Iowa Wesleyan Microwave class now in session Joanne Nancy Bennett and Instructor Mary are shown above preparing a dish of cauliflower and cheese for the microwave during an adult education course on the use of The class is being held each Thursday evening during the month of October at the Those enrolled In the class are Wilma Letha Coleen Phyllis Nyoka Joanne Janet Judy Ann Morrow and Barbara The class Is using four microwave one of which belongs to the Two of the others were donated for class use by Iowa Southern Utilities in and one came from True Value also in Open gym Superintendent Harvey has announced there will be each Wednesday evening between the hours of 7:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. resident of the School District is welcome at this There will be basketball and volleyball available in the big gym and aerobic dancing m the little You are asked to contact Christy Salladay for further information concerning the aerobic also mentioned that use of school facilities during time was welcome to use the P.F. dressing Church events well received Reports on the Lord's Portion sale held recently by the Monterey Christian show attendance but the response good to the items offered for It is estimated that the country church raised between and at the sale and reports were that it was a really dinner and that if you didn't sample you missed At the Christian Church reports the best sale they could with a total of about being A lot of handmade items were on sale that brought a good In those present just plainly a lot of It was also reported that there was an excellent crowd on hand for the inspiring music presented Sunday evening at the local Christian by the Covenant Flans are now underway at Monterey for the November 21st observance of the church's 100th Letters are going out to former ministers and members who have moved telling them of the big event and urging their October 21: Boys and girls district Williamsburg October 23: Fairview Church of the Brethren Lord's Acre lunch from 11:00 auction starts at 1:00 p.m. October 24: Hymn singing and special Fairview Church of the 7:30 p.m. October 23: Last day to register to vote in November 2nd general October 24: honoring Ethel a 50 year member of Moulton Chapter 156. Order of Eastern 2:00 p.m. October 25: Flower arranging Garrett 7:30 everyone October 25: Special meeting by the and MUTA negotiation school 7:30 to 9\50 p.m. Open to the October 26: Booster Club 7:30 Moulton City to regroup lor the coming vear and discuss future October 28 & 29: School 7:30 School old gym October 28: Work Garrett 10:00 a.m. October 30: November 21: 100th Anniversary Monterey Christian Church The Board of adopted a hard line when handing the Teacher's Association their master contract proposal for the 1983-84 school The special meeting to give MUTA the proposal and attend to other business was held in the school library Monday October 18 at 7:30 p.m. MUTA had made two requests in master contract changes at the October 11 board They had asked for a change in base pay from to and a change in the vertical increments with the school from to per They stated the base salary request amounted to a 2.4% increase for teachers at the top of the salary schedule to a 5.1% increase for a first year The school made by chief negotiator Superintendent Harvey was to decline both citing economic He then went on to outline the proposal as the remain at the vertical increments reflect the economic conditions and be set at per that employees accept a increase for 1983-84 other if the salary they are drawing reflects five years with the school then next years pay would be based on five years that employees make up any additional monetary increases to the Life Hospital and Medical the Dental and the Prescription Drug that a moratorium be placed on all salaries until the state comptroller assures budget stability for 1982-83 finances that if the school district should receive a cut in their funds for the current school making them dip into funds meant to cover summer expenses to pay salaries lor the current they might need to reopen negotiations in order to have funds to cover 1983-84 and finally thai any future slate monetary arc equally shared by employee According to board secretary the proposed cms in vertical increments will represent a savings of approximately and the increase lor 1983-84 would save Kirby went on to say thai she did not expect any new money to be available in the 1983-84 school providing no adjustments are In she expects there to be no additional money from any of the sources available the school All in ii is a bleak financial picture that is being presented as the two groups move into negotiation session next Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the school The negotiation meetings will be conducted in open Following the close of the the meeting was turned over lo the instructors Tony Heller and David Johnson lor a presentation on the school's math Fach explained briefly the classes they taught with Johnson saying that math was one of the more important subjects being taught and that Iowa students ranked No. I in the United States when it came to math stated that Iowa requires one year of high school but that most students have the equivalent ol twu years ol math. Both instructors were enthusiastic about the computer courses now being offered at but lelt that more materials would be At the close of the those present were given the opportunity to see the school's computer at with Johnson demonstrating its Dennis who had previously addressed the board on the possibility of an exchange ol farmland with Davis County to allow his children to remain in the was also He reported that the Davis County School at their October had agreed to the exchange and he requested the Board to adopt his The now in the Davis County is valued at for 290 The exchange farm in the School belonging to Rudolph is 206 acres with a valuation of Board member Cliff Cosby remarked that he wrong with making the change in boundary but was concerned over what would happen in the Board Anna Burkland said if he really wants his children to come to school at she couldn't see anything wrong with it and went on to put her remarks into a motion that the exchange be This was seconded by board member Barbara On four responded with Cosby As matters the Area Education Agency will be notified of the exchange of properties and the agreement of both boards to the It will also be necessary to notify both the Appanoose and Davis County Auditors of the No further action is said to be As the meeting came to a Hindley told the board that he planned to have open gym on Wednesday evenings again this He said he had looked into other evenings in the hopes of avoiding conflicts due to meetings on Wednesday Since he was unable to lind a different he said he was going to different hours to 9:30 in the hopes ol allowing those wishing to attend church meetings to also make use of the Fairview Church Ballots needed for Hall of Fame plans Lord's Sale Hot chili and potato hamburgers and pies be featured at the meal before the Fairview Church of the Brethren Lord's Acre Sale October 23. The meal will begin at 11:00 a.m. with the auction scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Some items to be sold at auction are farm and a large variety of baked as well as main miscellaneous Included in the sale this year be a secondhand where items of used etc. in good condition be sold for under Fairview Church of the Brethren is located 2' miles north of highway 2 on highway Come and find some one-of-a-kind Christmas gilts for those on your School play is next week The High School proudly presents Cataclysmic Loves of Cooper and and Their Friend Who Was Squashed by a Moving It is a comedy play about a small town basketball team of five who comes home from winning the state basketball In the excitement of the the game ball is a player falls madly in another couple shows their love by arguing two players get tangled up by the crazy Aunt and and everyone wants to know who got squashed by the moving Come join the with Melanie Frobasco Darrin Myers Sonia Freeborn Kelly Daniels Sharon Tait David Lippert Jill McCoy John Owens Anne Bain John Hedgecock John Probasco Mary Beth Cornell Tracy Stajcar and Brian Taylor on October 28 and 29 at 7:30 p.m. From fall flowers to holiday Smiles Fall flower arrangements or and wreaths - all will be demonstrated at the Garrett Memorial Library in Moulton this coming October 25th. starting at 7:00 p.m. The evening's activities will be in charge of Harper's Allison Fosenberg of Harper's Greenhouse in Centerville will show holiday arrangements and talk about fall and Christmas including She will also include an explanation of florist and tell of services available at florist The evening is open to anyone who would like to at no Let's gel the show on the It's time to cast your ballot lor the ien men and women to be inio Basketball Hall ol I Here's how it cmi nominate three men and time women have graduated at least five years ago from Udell or High Of all ten each will he of which at least lour lor will have graduated prior to three each will II von now lor if have been I a resident of the or school districts you are eligible to cast Just write down your three choices tor men and your three choices for being sure to include the year and school from which arid then send the ballot to Gary High la. 52572. Ballots must be postmarked bv November 10! Members of the first group to be inducted in the Hall of Fame will be asked lo be present for the basketball game December 3rd. The occasion will start off with a social hour at 6:00 followed by an induction ceremony during the hall time of each Some ballots have already been bin those in charge of the event wani as many nominations as possible and urge you to get your ballot in the mail Nine foot tall and climbing Nine foot tall and still growing strong is one way lo describe the tobacco plant in front of Kirby's apartment on North Vine in The plant was origin purchased from Garden Supply this spring and was originally destined for a flower garden until the late Bessie saw it and thought it was just what was needed bv their front It Is now so tali that it is tied to the building for and has several new stalks and scads of But It is all just in fun where Erca is concerned - he says he has no plans to cure the leaves and your
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