Couch and loveseat. Excellent condition, $40 each. Navy color with oak trim. Lazy Boy rocker recliner, $40, navy. Smoke free and pet free home. 660.562.4421. L-8
Antique double schoolhouse desk. Nice finish and great condition. $85. 660.582.4212. L-6
1995 NUWA Hitchhiker II 5th wheel four season camper, 32’, one large slide, hide-a-way divan, queen size bed, two rocker recliners, good condition, shedded, well cared for. 660-254-3711. L-8
S+W Model 14-3, K-38 target masterpiece, 38sp, blue 83/8” pinned barrel. Very good plus condition. $425 cash. 660.254.7778. L-7
Friday, May 20, 3 pm to 8 pm, Saturday, May 21, 8 am to 1 pm. 23376 State Hwy 148, Maryville. Furniture, 2 kitchen sinks, nice ceiling fan and light. S-10 parts, Halloween, Christmas and other decor. Household misc. women’s and men’s clothes. 3T-6T girls clothes, toys and bikes.
Saturday, May 21. 8 am to noon. 25426 State Hwy EE, Maryville. Fishing tackle, small woodshop items, small chainsaw, riflescope and more. Guy stuff, no dishes or clothing.
Duplex on Fox Road for rent. Nice 2 bedroom, 2 full bath. All appliances, garage, patio. Close to the university. Available now. 660.541.1868. L-7
Recycled Memorial Day wreaths and flowers. $3 and $2 donations. Proceeds go to various local cemetery funds. See George and Eldora Weldon just west of Graham.
Farmers, Do you have a large, large rock that you would like to get rid of? Call 816.271.6906 or 660.582.0891. L-8
The Nodaway News Leader bookcase has these books for sale: ”Images of America, Nodaway County” and “Images of America, Maryville” by Michael J. Steiner; “Rural Midwest Idioms/Folk Sayings” “Listen to the Mukies,” Tales from the Old Prof,” “The Adventures of a Naive Buddy Boke,” “Learning to Listen,” all by Bob Bohlken; “Farming in Nodaway County, 1845-1996,” by the Nodaway County Heritage Collection; “Nodaway County, Missouri, A Pictorial History 1910 – 1994,” by Opal E. Eckert; “Littlest Christmas Kitten,” “Apples, Apples, Everywhere,” “From the Apple Orchard,” “Healthy to the Core,” all by Lee Jackson; “Birth in a Chicken House I,” and “Birth in a Chicken House II,” by Dr. Jim Lucas, DVM; “A Taste of History, The Cooks of Nodaway County;” “Hundred Miles to the City” by Clare Samson; “Lily is Wide Awake” by Brandon Brand; “The Teacher’s Tackle Box,” by Joyce Piveral, Nancy Piercy and Sue Nothstine; “To Seek and Save” by Gary Mathes and Susan Mires; “Blackmail and Murder in a Small Town, The Tale of Caleb Guthrie Jesse,” by Linda Ellis Benedetti; “More Than Your First Cookbook,” by Barry Beacom; “Recipes & Remembrances: 125th Anniversary of Ravenwood Christian Church;” “Princess School,” by Bobby Cinema; “Mouthwatering Missouri Stress Free Recipes,” by NWMO MS Self-Help Group; “Dinners in Half the Time,” by Amy Houts; “Where in the World is Arkoe, Missouri,” “Hezekiah Rasco,” “Sheltering Country,” “Brothers Such as These,” “Tryst Twist,” “Wandering Bell,” “The Reckoning,” by Susan Cronk; “Cooking in the Midwest,” by Nancy Lantz; “Diane’s Daily Devotions,” by Diane Goold; “Marriah’s Easter Egg Hunt,” and “Rusty’s Life – A True Story,” by Jack Jones; “Beyond the Horizon: A Memoir,” by Marvin Wilmes; “The Boy Who had Nine Cats,” by Irene Alexander; Hometown Favorites, Skidmore Community Betterment Association; “Good Morning, God,” “Good Night God,” “Isabelle’s Search for God,” by Sherry Nieting.