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   Moravia Union, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1929, Moravia, Iowa                                THE MORAVIA UNION A Weekly Newspaper Interested in the Welfare of the Community VOLUME XXVIII Moravia Iowa Thursday June NUMBER 21 News Notes Of Local Churches UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Used talents grow and multiply while idle talents minify and waste There is no selfstarter on the car of opportunity Trying to do too many things often means failing in all A drunken man behind the wheel often becomes a sober man behind the bars The unehangeableness of Christ is a reason for not being swept about by winds of strange teachings Privilege brings For a man to hear the gospel is for him to become another man He can never be the lame again He has stepped up into privilege The unstable are the prey of every passing temptation The Word of God is the unfailing source of moral strength True courtesy costs little and accomplishes much Last Sunday was a profitable day for all church goers We had good attendance at each service Our of fering Sunday morning was very grat ifying Our loyalty is shown by our interest Next Sunday our services will be as usual The invitation is Come and go with us and we will do thea Strawberries have become a very popular dish on the ministers table As we have had representative dishes at nearly every meal for the past week every one sharing their most rich delicacy with us We thank you And now brethren I commend you to God and to the word of His grace which is able to build you up and give you an inheritance among all them which are Act D Winfield Thompson Minister Alexander Grocery Gets More Modern Equipment S E Alexander proprietor of the Alexander Grocery and Produce Store in Moravia is installing a fine large Hussman show case this week to fa cilitate the handling of meats and others products which need to be kept in a cool place The new show case will be frigidaire equipped and will have a capacity large enough to make possible the handling of an enormous volume of meat business It is of the most modern design and will afford a splendid place in which to display the fresh meats as well as to keep them ool Dad SmashUp Sunday Afternoon Coo Much Liquor Cause of Accident Which Came Near Proving Fatal For Innocent Parties What June Days Are For CHURCH OF CHRIST W F T Evans Minister C R Kincade superintendent Bible School at 10 a m Communion Sermon at 11 a m Christian Endeavor at 7 p m Bon Lagle leader Sermon at 8 p m Ladles Aid Wednesday afternoon at the church Choir practice Wednesday evening Quite a crowd was present to en joy the Childrens Day program Sun day evening The children will have a picnic at the VanDorin home Thursday after noon Sunday witnessed another demon stration of the fact that booze and automobiles do not go well together and that intoxicated drivers on the ilghways are a menace to the safety of others At about five oclock Sun day afternoon Dan Wolf and Ab Huf were coming from Centerville in the Wolf car and from all reports were taking most of the road At any rate somewhere near the Chas Pabst place they met a car driven by Clay Gris son of Albia coming from the north and although Mr Grisson practically went into ditch to avoid the smash up they collided with considerable force Fortunately none of the oc cupants of either car were badly in jured and escaped with but few cuts and bruises but the cars were badly damaged Mrs Grisson and their four girls accompanied Mr Grisson at the time Huff who was driving the Wolf car at the time of the accident im mediately departed for parts unknown Officers were called and took Wolf in to custody together with liquor which was found in the car He was arraignj heia at Chariton a few weeks ago ed before Justice J W Halden Monj xhe cup won by the local school is day was assessed a fine and ordered now On display in the show windows Much Interest Is Being Shown in Celebration Much interest is being shown in the hip 4th of July celebration which will be staged in Moravia this year and if the interest continues to grow in proportion to the start made it will be the biggest celebration ever There was a largo attendance at the meeting Road Bond Election Galled June 27th Is Date Set for Special Election in Appanoose County On New Road Bond Issue An election for the purpose of vot ing additional bonds to complete the held at the town hall Friday of all the primarv roadg in ami quite extensive plans were disi Appanoose county will be held Thurg cusled toward royally entertaining day June 27th this being the date Reduce Rates Improve Service those who come here July 4th Anj sct by the county o Supervi3ora othov mectmg will be held next Frij Tuesday potitions bearing the day evening which all should attend signntures of voters had been presented to them asking that the board pass a resolution calling such an election The resolution as passed by the board is as follows Notice is hereby given that a spec ial election by the qualified electors I S U Co Announce Reduction of Appanoose county Iowa will be Rates Over Entire System Will i held in the several precincts of the Rebuild Lines in Moravia county on June 27 1929 At said election the following question will be In this issue of Tlie Moravia Union i submitted to vote will lip found the advertisement of the Shall the board of supervisors be Iowa Southern Utilities Co announcj authorized to issue bonds from year ins a reduction in rates over the enito year in the aggregate amount not tire system effective June 1st The reduction is voluntary on the part of exceeding for the purpose ot providing the funds for draining the Utilities Co and will benefit a I grading and hard surfacing the pri mary roads of the county and to levy largo number of consumers of elec tricity in 110 towns and cities sit uated in twenty five counties in which 10 company opeiatcs The towns and cities supplied with a tax on all property in the county from year to year not exceeding three mills in any one year for the pay ment of the principal and interest of electricity by this company are classij said bonds provided however that the fiod according to the amount of elec annual allotments to the county of the M E CHURCH Services at Wesley next Sunday at m m followed by Sunday School The election of a Lay delegate to the Annual Conference will be held just before the preaching At Moravia this election will be held a week later Preaching services at Moravia 11 a m and 8 p m At the Epworth League services we will have reports from delegates to the District Conven tion All Leaguers are urged to be present The reports will be interest ing We expect to put on a special feature in connection with the evening sermon also interesting to the young folks We hope you may be present Regular Friday dinner see menu elsewhere Rev 0 J Fix Minister Attended Academic Meet In Iowa City Last Week Six representatives of the Moravia High School were in Iowa City Mon day and Tuesday June 3 and 4 where they took part in the finals of the state academic meet Although none of the six qualified for a medal or scholarship in the state finals the high school was awarded a sliver lov ing cup emblematic of winning first place in Class B in the district meet to reimburse Mr Grisson for the dam age done Memorial Services at Eslinger Cemetery There is reported to have been a very large crowd at the Memorial Ser vices at Eslinger cemetery northeast of Moravia last Sunday aft of The Moravia Union office along with some other material concerning the Academic Meets relatives to their pui poses and values The State Meet to which Mocavia High School sent six representatives was the final contest in a series which started with the local school contests held in April Approximately high school pupils took part in these On Tuesday June 4th 1929 a quiet wedding occured at the home of the officiating minister Rev A B Hight shoe at Oltumwa Iowa when Miss Glennie Scott and Mr Samuel T Dicks both of near Moravia were united in marriage The double ring ceremony was used in the presence of the wedding party They were Misses Bcrnicc and Ruth Scott George Scott and Rolla Foster Mrs Dicks is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Scott of south of Mor avia and Mr Dicks is the son of Mr and Mrs 0 C Dicks of near Iconium Both are graduates of the Moravia High School and are held in high es teem by their many acquaintances and friends here who extend congratula tions They will make their home on the farm near Iconium Moravia Wins 10Inning Game From Seymour Iricity consumed and naturally the consumers have a slight ad the lowest rates primary road fund shall be used to pay the interest and retire said bonds as they mature and only such portion vantajrc1 in ti Moinvia is in class D and therefor Of said tax shall be levied from year have in the past few years been payi to year as may be necessary to meet j ing a 12c rate along with a large j any deficiency if any between the Moravia won a well played baseball number uf other towns over the sys1 allotments from the primary road game from Seymour Sunday after1 torn who aro also in this class noon on the local diamond The score fcctivc June 1st according to the an yi iUUiaviB mBi oujiuuy aiteiuouii mong whom were many from Mora Preliminary contests via A very fine program was put on by the young people and a splendid j address was given by Rev Warren of Blakesburg The American Legion Post of Blakesburg also assisted in the service Flowers were said to have been in great abundance and were very beautiful Newly Elected I O 0 F The school winners became eligible for and competed in the District Meet the Moravia High Schools entrants going to Chariton to compete a few weeks ago Winners in the District Meets were allowed to enter the state finals and approximately four hun dred schools were represented there The Moravia representatives who made the trip to Iowa City were Marie Oeliler Althea Green Gene Death of Sarah A VanDorin was 6 to 5 and the game went ten nouncement innings to 11 Vic With the score standing five and The Program this rate will be reducj Approximately will be re rate or net quired to complete the State program after the di iuiint is of Primary road improvement in Au fivc the locals scored a run when This rate applies for the first fiO K i panoose county Of this amount Downing who was safe at first on an W II For tlie next Kit the net rate 000 is still available from the old bond enor was pushed home for the winwill be He the next iMO at and issue and with the authorizing of ning run on hits by Smith and balance ar There were no outs when the winning run came in additional bonds in the corn It is to note that since election sufficient funds will have tfie rates in force in Moravia provided to complete the pro Moravia held a 4 to 0 lead at the have been reduced approximately 30 gram As outlined the State program start of the fourth inning due to some per cent the rate at that time being calls for the completing of the paving nice hitting in the second and third 15c per K It ami the service not Of jvjoQ north to the Monroe county Innings This lead was dissipated in j so good as at the time When line and No 3 east and west across Seymours half of the fouith when questioned in nsnrcl to how the rates the county for shaling or graveling three hits a walk and two errors per could bo reduced ui i time when other of No 142 from Primary No 3 to mitted the visitors to tie the count i r Wele US high or in some Moulton and completing the shaling IMPORTANT CHANGE IN TIME ICONIUM CIRCUIT H E CHURCH Eev E C Lepper Pastor Commencing next Sunday June 16 tile nour of preaching and Sunday School at FairviewMaln Station will be changed from afternoon to morning M follows FairviewMuin Station Every Sunday a m Presetting a m Iconium and Hilton Alter nate Sundays Sunday a m Preaching a m Services at Hilton and Fairview last Sunday were well attended Chil drens Day was observed at the Hil Rebekah Officers vieve Donovan Elizabeth Sneed Lu cille Coltrain and Harris Stafford They were accompanied by Supt M H Goeldner The group reports a fine time taking the contests and seeing the University of Iowa and places of interest in Iowa City They add that the winning of the trophy cup was a happy climax to their trip Newly elected officers of the Odd Fellow and Kebekah Lodges in Mor avia I O O F Bert G Carl G Rebekah Gladys G Fern G Jennie Pearl EXHIBITING FREAK PUP Six Rat Terrier pups were born at the Phillip Morris dog ranch some time last week That isnt so unusual but the fact that one of these pups was born with five legs is very much out of the ordinary and is causing considerable comment The pup has throe front legs two protruding from one shoulder Otherwise it is a nor mal pup Philip says he expects to exhibit the freak here July 4th Seymour went into the lead tempori instances 1m her than six years ol graveling of No 3 from Cincinnati arily in their half of the sixth but officials of the company stated that to the Missouri line No 138 from Moravia came right back to knot saving could be made principally j NO 3 to Mystic has already been score once more Downing started through achievements Did You Ever Stop To Think By Edson R Waits THAT Firms who have ads in your newspaper put them there especially to bring their goods to your direct attention THAT they have good goods at rea sonable prices If they didnt they wouldnt advertise THAT persistent advertisers always have high quality goods at low prices THAT you should read the ads when you are planning a shopping trip It will save you both time and money THAT advertised goods are the greatest value that money can buy THAT in the stores that advertise morning and at p m Everyj you will find quality and variety Mr and Mrs W T VanDorin and son Freddy Mr and Mrs C H Van Dorin and two sons and Mrs Mary Clester were called to the Salem neighborhood Henry county Saturday to attend the funeral of their mother and stepmother which took Sunday at one oclock at her late res idence They returned home Monday Obituary Sarah A VanDorin daughter of Harrison and Martha Lee was born August 10 1847 in Indiana and died at Salem Iowa June G 1929 at the age of 81 years nine months and 26 days She was married to Jumes A VanDorin January 10 1873 There were four children born to this union C H VanDorin of Moravia Jennie El mo of Hillsboro Lewis VunDurin of Argi Iowa and Susie Weenike of Salem with whom she has made her home for the last twentytwo years She also leaves four stepchildren W T VanDorin A O VanDorin and Mary Clester of Motavia and Ida Henderson of Cherokee be sides a host of grandchildren and friends She was converted and joined the Baptist Church in her girlhood days which she still cherished to her death Funeral services were held at her late residence three miles north of Hilibboro at one oclock Sunday con ducted by the Rev F F Hanson Bap tist minister of Hillsboro and the re mains were laid to rest in the Lambert cemetery where her father and moth er were buried years ugo graveled m the mound for Moravia but gaveuch as power station improvement jf the additional bond is way to Ross during the disastrous j interconnection of plants and the ec sue carries it will mean that the coun fouith inning Downing struck out onomic of their ty wij be tl compiete its pro three opposing batsmen and The continued inciease in the use of gram Of primary road surfacing sev three hits in the time he worked while j electricity in residences and commerevai ytars in advance of the time es Ross whiffed eleven and allowed five j cial houses has also aided in making timated by the state highway com hits Blackmail pitching for Soy mour struck out eleven but the Mor avia boys nicked him for ten safe hits A large crowd witnessed the game and seemed well pleaded with the game Next Sunday Unionville comes here and if this game should prove to be anything like the usual Moravia Unionville battles it should be a good of th many 1 the reduction in rates because greater volume of sales over the same lines Will Rtbuild Lines Smith If Broshar Ib Ross 2bp McCoy c Weidiuan rf Greenbank 3b Anderson cf Thompson ss Downing p2b mission if we are to wait for the State Bond Issue Two years time must elapse before the State Bond Issue can be voted upon again and On top of the announcement of rate by aulhorizing more county bonds at reduction comes the knowledge that thu time u is hoped to have the pro I he I S U Co will have a crew gram before that time ot from twehe to fifteen experienced Far more than tnough name3 were men with trucks and other equipment on the petitions than were here sometime this week to begin the j necessary to make the calling of the work ol rebuilding the lines in mandaturv on the part of the avia and the system here in I county board u u only required by Lineups first class conditiun Long rf i been planned by K Blackman c j past year or Degard 3b storms and other difficulties which Cotter ss have played havoc elsewhere they Brattian 2b I have been detained and it is only by stul that thtre is a very strone senti Evans If i leaving sf Sebben cfI that they Harris Ib now Blackmail p of the material for the re r h e construction has been on hand here g o for some time and it is expected that Score by r Seymour 000 401 000 1 his work has i law that 2U per eent of tne quaiified the company for sigjl petitions whicu more but because of would be about whereas names were secured Since everyone was not canvassed it can be readily u ana it is only oy r something undone elsewhere ment in favor o the issuei and al car yet to the work here nough there will naturally be some opposition it is predicted that the is sue will carry Moravia 022 001 000 10 3 Announcement ton church at p m and the body welcome to these services Come j THAT there is a difference between church was well f illel several stand out once and give God a chance i the stores that advertise and the ones that dont Stores that advertise fur The election of the Laydelegate to rush quick service and no waiting the Annual Conference will be heldTheir stocks are distinctive and ccin accurding to the Disciplinary requirej plete They carry lines of goods that mentis on the circuit as follows Fair1 are the highest quality obtainable view and Hilton churches Sunday i and cost no more than inferior goods inf The program under the direction Special Extra of Miss Leora Estlack was well handled and enthusiastically receiv ed Services next Sunday Morning ser vices at Fairvitw church as per above schedule Will continue the remainder morning June 23rd and at Iconium Ol ttw Church year at least and on on Sunday morning June 30th This next Sunday morning Communion Her is important and every member of vice will follow the preaching serthe church should be present at that Mashed Potatoes and Brown Gravy vice i time This notice may be considered Breaded Loin Lettuce Salad gnndpy School and preaching at toe as one of the regular church announcei Cottage Cheese Vegetable Stew hour at Iconium church in the meats missed by weather conditions Pie Coffee Kenneth Cullers returned home the last uf the week from Ruland Iowa where he hud been at the house of his sister Lojd Curler He expects to return suon and be employed ttt the produce huuse there the remainder few days JjU and the woik made and it is will arrive within a e jjrints of the system to be done have been apparent that the com I wish to announce that I have ar ranged for Dr M G Myres from the University Hospital lowu City to take care of my practice while we are a away on our vacation trip of three or pany inteia tu tlu a very thorough job of rebuilding the lines and equip ment here Approximately three wieks will be to complete four weeks Dr Myres will occupy my office and will be ready and willing to look after any sickness at uny time Dr Fellows and llebekahs Myrt with i has chosen Internal Medicine special attention to diseases uf M FRIDAY DINNER MENU Mr and Mrs J H Eiee Mrs Stella Reich lind son Charles W F liorn er Mary Kuemer Ruby Winder Mrn N R Wind und daughter Margaret Mrs H K Watts Mrs Clarence Tyr and children motored to Seymour Thursday and spent the day lit the E W Newell home The joint Memorial services will be lieUl at Ieau luua Sunday Children for his work and will Jnue 1Jtb in cliarge uf T C Daniels l I Ci M Tiiele will be u picnic dinner ICveiLudy is invited Let ev1 ery Udd and liebekuh attend irtd He attended the schools here and Deun is six iniles southwest of Muul in lleb Moinet He is employed as a tun stenographer in the Steel Mills at In J B Johnson Sec dianu Harbor where they will reside Mr and Mrs Kirklund are vUitings be in the Henry Ford Hospital ut De troit next year for further training along that line Dr C T Sluvin A strawberry social for the Enuit The marriage of MissFoutelle Gear heart arid Fred Kirkland took place Tuesday morning June 4th at the Methodist Parsonage the Reverend Scoles reading the ceremony They were accompanied by Miss Leuora Geurheart sister of tbe bride and Harold Banfield Mrs Kirkland is the daughter of Mr and Mrs F C Gtarheart and is u graduate uf the Centerville High School She was employed by Rep Bullew in Dos Muines during the last Legislature Mr Kirkland is the son of Mr and Mrs M U Kirlcalnd formerly of Ceu terville but now of Indiana Hajbor Sunday School took place at the An drew Fuber home Monday Kcv O J Fix ami family were dinrelatives in Downing and will Rev Fix and family were among the nei at the J J Uliem home ltavt Sunduy fur thtii viiiturs from Moravia i north ui Moruviu Wednesday ian   

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