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Moulton Tribune (Newspaper) - November 24, 1993, Moulton, Iowa 600 E. Locust LA comp Published every Wednesday and as second class mail at tke Post Official nt of Community School District and cities of Moulton and Patty Local Mary Boyd Send address changes 108 N. Main Street Subscription yr. in out of State Our 108th Volume 109, No. 47 November 24, 1993 USPS 346-840 Thirty-Five Cents Community Choir is Planned Denise Sheston Coordinator for Hospice and Respite Care Services in Appanoose happily accepts a check for the first a light from Respite Marilyn while Hospice Mary looks With the help of the tree was all set up in the library and beautifully decorated Monday Remember a Life with a Light on the Hospice Tree During the holiday loved ones who have passed away are often in our a is a unique program of remembrance of those special people in our and is presented to us as a fund raiser for Hospice and Respite Care Services of Appanoose One goal of the program is to increase community awareness and understanding of the work being done by Hospice with the terminally ill and The wife of one patient receiving Hospice care recently most important benefit of Hospice is the compassionate caring and understanding of those who have in your and the assurance that someone is there for you at every stage of the Any questions or problems you have are responded She and family are loving and caring and they want to be but sometimes they don't know Hospice knows how to and the gentle kindness of everyone associated with the Hospice is so very With its own little fully decorated in the Garrett Memorial the City of Moulton has the opportunity to support the work of this fine organization and to remember a loved one during the Your donation of per light may be along with the completed name into one of the drop boxes located in the Davis County Savings the Crossline or City and a large white light will shine on the tree in honor of your loved By remembering a life this you will be helping Hospice and Respite Care to provide these needed services to the residents of Appanoose Thank you for Donations may be sent by mail 301 W. 5th, 52572. Music Director Jim Cope is hoping to organize a Community Choir again this They will be performing at the 5-12 Christmas Program which is planned for Sunday December 12, in the high school t As in the everyone and anyone is welcome to become a member of the This is itl If you sang in high sing in or just like to please bring your voice and join in the Grandparents & Senior Citizens share Thanksgiving Dinner at A group of nearly 100 very special Grandparents and Senior Citizens enjoyed a scrumptious Thanksgiving Dinner with students on The prepared by Head Cook Marilyn with assistance from Belva Sharon Boettcher and Sandy was complete with dressing and all the Sixth grade including Jerry Sparks pictured kept themselves busy serving the hungry It was a very special time with some special The practice schedule is as Nov. 30, 5:30 Dec. 3rd, 5:30 Dec. 6th, 6:30 Dec. 7th, 5:30 Dec. 9th, AFTER THE ELEMENTARY and Dec. 10th, 5:30 p.m. Attend whatever practices you are Please call Jim Cope if you want to sing but will be unable to be there for a couple of Hope to see you Class of Needs Your Favorite Recipes The Class of is putting together a cookbook and is asking all the terrific cooks in the community to help out by submitting their favorite The recipes need to be collected by the first of the year and it is hoped that the books will be available for sale by May 15, 1994. Be sure to include your name as the Recipes may be left at the high school or contact Angela Carrie Fenton or Jason Clayworth and your entries will be picked The money made from the sale of the books will be used to help fund their senior support this and as thanks for Chamber Sets Date For Holiday Dinner and Turkey The Moulton Chamber of Commerce met in the Crossline Center Thursday Nov. 18, with President Larry Cook calling the meeting to order and several members present After the usual business was taken care the group moved on to discuss several projects coming The date for the Annual Holiday Dinner and Turkey has been set for December 11th. The festivities will be held in the Crossline Center with the starting time to be announced Dinner will include homemade sandwiches and desserts followed by a drawing for In the there have been over twenty birds given all donated by area businesses and People must be present to so make plans now to There are special activities being planned for the community kids so watch the paper for Two utility poles have been set on the corners near Davis County Savings Bank and Korner and the Chamber is hoping to have the banner in place very Centerville Tent and Awning is making the After some the Chamber agreed to transfer from their regular savings account to the The proceeds and any donations received during the holiday dinner will also be deposited in the Larry Cook read a contract received a contract from Frey Amusements in regards to the rides for the Jamboree next Under the new the price for tickets will remain the and they will guarantee ten rides plus the Remember the Annual Holiday Dinner and Turkey coming up on December 11th. Bring the family and Moulton Community Calendar Nov. 24: School dismissed at 2:20 Community Thanksgiving Moulton Christian 7:00 p.m. Nov. 25: THANKSGIVING NO Doll Reunion in the Crossline 12 Nov. 26: NO SCHOOL Nov. 29: Supper and gift exchange in the Crossline 7:00 at Fox at Fox 6:15 p.m. Nov. 30: Crossline Dinner in the Center at 12 Opening Game Varsity 6:15 p.m. Dec. 1: SCPC meeting in the high school 7:00 vs CWF meets with Geneva 1:30 p.m. Dec. 2: Mid Terms vs 6:15 p.m. Lodge meets in the Crossline 7:00 p.m. Dec. 4: Moulton United Methodist Church Harvest Sweet 10:00 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 1:00 p.m. Dec. 6: Music Boosters 7:00 7:30 FFA 7-9 vs Haley Probasco is pictured above playing the game at the Carnival and watching closely to see which prize she will Jessie Fitzwater is next in Many Winners and Lots of FUN at the SCPC Carnival Thanks to the tremendous efforts of the Moulton School Community Pride the entire and the Moulton the Annual Carnival held Thursday November 18th, was a huge A large crowd turned out for the festivities which included a variety games being played in nearly every a concession stand and Although everybody came away from the carnival a some bigger prizes were awarded during the Judy Stevenson went home with a membership to the Recreation a donated by Jane Dylan won a darling red Christmas handmade by and donated by Helen A cuddly white Teddy donated by Betty found a new home with Alicia Judy Horn was the lucky winner of a beautiful Bride Doll while Lola Moffett won a Graduate Both dolls were handmade and donated by Smith of The turkey raffled by the Senior Class was given to Alice Daniels just in lime for Thanksgiving It was a lucky night of Bingo for Nathan Pauls who won a gift certificate donated by E. Wood Co. Hotdogs and buns sold by the Honor Society were donated by Mick and Peg owners of Korner in The money raised by the concession stand went into the SCPC along with a remarkable netted from the Kindergarten Class Auction held that the SCPC will be depositing around which will be used to purchase some needed for many young and contributed their food and time to make the carnival an even bigger success than ever Their involvement is appreciated by all who enjoyed the Scrimmage is planned With another season of basketball about to the excitement is building at and the players are working hard during nightly Head Boys Brent Martsching is preparing the Eagles for some tough competition this and invites the public to a sneak preview Scrimmage this Friday 6:00 in the Expect some basketball action during the 93-94 season starting with the first home November 30. Come out and support the getting ready for 5-on-5 basketball by Angela Hodges Basketball practice has officially started for the Lady and with the game changing from 6-on-6 to full court 5-on-5, this should be an interesting So far there are 18 girls out for the The are in their third week of practice and have been working The season opener against Fox Valley is scheduled in Moulton on November 30th, starting at 6:15 p.m. Please come out and support the It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas in The holiday spirit is quickly spreading around the cozy little town of Moulton as residents take advantage of the mild weather and get their outdoor Christmas decorations up for the Main Street is cheery with etc. hanging from the light while the gazebo in Pulliam Park comes to life with bright colorful One added attraction this year is the six foot live Christmas tree donated by Dr. Larry and Janet Houser who own a tree farm between Moulton and Using materials donated by Community Jack Howard and his volunteered their time and energy to rebuild and paint the railings of the bandstand earlier in the with hundreds of lights donated to the the entire gazebo will be gayly decorated this This has turned into a real community effort and will be enjoyed by
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