Hospital bed, $250. 3 wheeled walker, $25. 816.261.9155. L-2
2006 Carson flat bed trailer. Good tires and spare. Very good condition. Priced to sell. $1,500 obo. 714.476.1871. L-2-3p
1999 Kawasaki Vulcan Nomad 1500cc. 35K miles, blue book value $3,300, OBO. In great shape, just got back from the mechanic, oil change, tune up, etc. Call or text 660-582-1743. L-2
Move in ready October 1. 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in Arkoe. Barnard school district. No pets. Newly remodeled. Call 660.582.4661. L-2
117 E Grant, Maryville. Friday, Oct 2, 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday, Oct 3, 9 am to 1 pm. Glass office desk, some tools, dresser, generator.
611 W 16th, Maryville. Saturday, Oct 3, 8 am to noon. $1 sale. Over 250 adult books, over 50 children and young adult books. Get your winter reading ready. A few miscellaneous items. Canceled if raining.
Leader Printing and Promotions has a complete line of printing and copying services. Design services, posters and flyers, brochures, letterhead, envelopes, business forms, black and white copies, color copies, colored paper printing and more!! Stop in the Nodaway News Leader office at 116 East Third, Maryville, MO or call 660.562.4747 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for all your printing needs.
OATS is public transportation and is available to anyone regardless of age or income. Regular services for Maryville run Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. The St. Joseph Express will be running on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday. Services for Burlington Jct., Clearmont and Elmo run the 1st and 3rd Tuesday; Hopkins and Pickering to Maryville on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday; Ravenwood, Tri-C and Guilford to Maryville on the 1st Tuesday; and Barnard, Graham and Skidmore to Maryville on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday. For more information or scheduling for Maryville or the St. Joseph Express, call 660.562.2457.
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.