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Ogden Reporter

DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING A VIBRANT COMMUNITY VOLUME 138

Absentee voting begins at Boone Co. Auditor’s Office Boone County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Philippe E. Meier has announced that absentee ballots for the Sept. 10, 2013 School Election are available to be voted in the Boone County Auditor’s Office on Friday, Aug. 23, 2013 or requested to be sent to you through the mail. Absentee ballots may be cast in the Boone County Auditor’s Office at the Boone County Courthouse, 201 State Street, Boone, IA, during regular office hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, through Sept. 6. The Boone County Auditor’s Office will also be open Monday, Sept. 9, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you need an Absentee Ballot mailed to you, the request must be in writing. Forms are available at the Auditor’s Office, the Boone County Web site http://www.boonecounty. iowa.gov/index.aspx?page=195 and the Iowa Secretary of State’s Web site at http://sos.iowa.gov/elections/pdf/absenteeballotapp.pdf. Ballots requested through the mail must be returned and post marked by midnight September 9, 2013. Meier encourages those returning their ballots via the postal service to mail them before Sept. 6, 2013. Be warned that sometimes the post office does not postmark mail. “If your ballot arrives in my office after 8 p.m. on Sept. 10, 2013 it must have a readable postmark that is Sept. 9, 2013 or before, or if it does not, Iowa law doesn’t allow the returned ballot envelope to be opened,” says Meier. All requests for a ballot to be mailed to you must be received by the Auditor’s Office by 5 p.m., Sept. 6, 2013. For more information about the 2013 School Election contact the Boone County Auditor’s Office at 515-433-0502.

OGDEN, IOWA 50212 - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2013

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Dennis Wisecup airlifted after accident Dennis Wisecup, 63, of Ogden was airlifted to a Des Moines hospital around 7:30 p.m. Saturday after the backhoe he was operating at 210th and G Avenue was struck by a car driven by Danielle Titus, 32. No further information was available as of presstime. The accident remains under investigation.

Schedule school board forum for Sept. 3 Ogden Education Association will be holding a school board forum Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the High School Cafeteria. Each of the three candidates will make an opening statement. They will then be asked five questions (presented them ahead of time), after which a moderator will open up the forum to questions from the community.

Full sports schedules next week Moving up from elementary to middle school opens the door for all kinds of new experiences, even recess. Ogden’s fifth graders try out the playground equipment at noon time. -Photo by Kathy Pierce

Watch next week for a complete list of the 2013 fall sporting events (football, volleyball and cross country) at Ogden Community Schools.

Fall sports season gets underway

Make a life-saving donation The Ogden Community Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 9. The Bloodmobile will be parked at the Leonard Good Community Center, 114 SW 8th Street from 1 to 6 p.m. Schedule your appointment online at www.lifeservebloodcenter. org or call 800-287-4903. You will need a valid form of identification such as your donor ID card or driver’s license. Walk-ins are welcome.

Ogden volleyball held a scrimmage with Paton-Churdan last Tuesday. Their first home match is Sept. 5 vs. Colo-NESCO.

The Bulldogs are trying to get all the kinks worked out before their opening football game here Friday night against Woodward-Granger. They scrimmaged against Prairie Valley last Friday.

Supporting our youth through the booster programs Booster programs play an important role in supporting both athletic and music programs here at Ogden Community Schools. Athletic Boosters The Ogden Athletic Boosters is an organization committed to helping athletic/cheerleading programs financially. They do this by raising money through fundraisers and concession stand duties. Annual fundraising events include the Bulldog Kick-Off Barbecue that coincides with the start of football, Bulldog apparel sales and concession stand operation for wrestling, track, baseball and softball. Recent events included sponsoring the drive-in movie at Ogden Fun Days and holding halftime half-court shots during home basketball games. “Of course private donations are always welcome,” says this year’s Athletic Boosters president Beth Laws. The Boosters committed $50,000 towards renovation of the baseball field and the announcer’s booth at the football/track field. “This was pledged over 10 years and we are happy to say we have already contributed $20,000 to the project,” comments Laws. “But

more is needed to help get the project jump-started.” Anyone wishing to make a contribution to the renovation project can contact Athletic Director Brian Reimers at the high school, 275-2289. Ogden Athletic Boosters is open to anyone, not just parents with children in athletics. Teachers, coaches and community members interested in supporting the sports programs are encouraged to join. The group meets the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. (If it falls on a holiday, the meeting will be moved back a week.) This year’s officers are: Beth Laws, president; Randy Eich, vice president; Sheri Stephens, treasurer; and Tina Hopkins, secretary. Music Boosters The 2013-2014 Ogden Music Booster nonprofit organization is kicking off another school year with several new faces on the Music Booster board and two new music directors in our schools. The 20132014 Ogden Music Booster officers and Music Directors are: • President – Jannette Thrane • Vice-President – Coleen Johnson

• Secretary – Tish Germer • Treasurer – Susan Kallem • 7-12 Vocal Music Director – David Larsen • 7-12 Instrumental Music DirecRIGHT: Whether it be on the field, on the court or even on stage, Ogden students can stand proud thanks to generous donations from Ogden Music Boosters and Ogden Athletic Boosters who help fund uniforms and show choir/jazz band apparel. The Bulldogs played their first football game of the year (a scrimmage) Friday night in their new blue jerseys. This Friday, fans will get a glimpse of the new marching band uniforms. Cross country uniforms will be arriving soon. Representing the fall activities are in front, Saffron Hoff (cheerleading). Back row, Grant Heineman (football), Jordan Poock (volleyball), Kara Kieffer (marching band) and Sydney Bishop and Trey Thompson (cross country).

tor – Jeremy Britton • K-6 Vocal/Instrumental Director – Liz Studor “The Ogden Music Booster orga-

nization has three main objectives that drive their efforts,” says President Thrane. “1) We desire to inspire and maintain an enthusiastic interest in

the various phases of instrumental and vocal music departments of Howe Elementary, Ogden Middle School (OMS), and Ogden High School (OHS), 2) to lend all possible support, both physical and financial, to the instrumental and vocal programs in the above schools mentioned, and to provide social and other programs and awards for music personnel, and, finally, 3) to cooperate with those in charge of the Music Department, Ogden Community School District (OCSD) administration, and the OCSD School Board, to the end that it maintains the best possible degree of efficiency; and to build and uphold an organization which will help promote high standards of music.” The Ogden Music Boosters support the Ogden Music Department through various purchases. Recent purchases have been OHS and OMS marching band uniforms (The OHS uniforms are NEW for the 2013-2014 season) and equipment (including an equipment trailer). BOOSTER PROGRAMS please turn to page five


PAGE TWO - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, August 28, 2013

In Depth

COLUMNISTS, COMMUNITY LIFE, EDITORIALS, LETTERS, POINTS OF VIEW

Wisecup and Woodall join teaching staff

Pigging out on bacon Ruth’s Reflections

RaymOnd “CHIP” WISECuP Raymond “Chip” Wisecup is the new elementary Title One reading instructor. Chip is a graduate of Boone High School, DMACC and Upper Iowa University. He recently taught at Southeast Webster-Grand Schools where his wife Trish currently teaches. They are the parents of two children: Hunter, 4 and Addilynn, 1. mICHELLE WOOdaLL Teaching seventh and eighth grade mathematics at Ogden Middle School is Michelle Woodall. Michelle grew up in Sibley, ILL. She got her Bachelor’s Degree in junior high middle school education and Master’s Degree in elementary/junior high mathematics education, both from Illinois State University. Michelle taught math and science in grades six through eight for 12 years (predominately in Mahomet at Mahomet-Seymour Junior High School) before moving to Brownsburg, IN where she spent five years teaching seventh grade math and science. Her husband Steve is employed with AgReliant Genetics. They have two children, Bryan, 12, and Carmen, 9.

Kathy’s Korner . . . Summer has passed and teachers are welcoming back their students. Teachers who are frustrated by all the rules and regulations imposed on them today may want to take a look back in history. This list of rules for teachers dating back to 1915 was shared by one of our readers. Please note that almost all teachers during that time were female. 1. You will not marry during the term of your contract. 2. You are not to keep company with men. 3. You must be home between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless attending a school function. 4. You may not loiter downtown in ice cream stores. 5. You may not travel beyond the city limits unless you have the permission of the chairman of the board.

Brad meyer, above left, celebrated after consuming .72 pounds of bacon in five minutes to win first place in the Lucky Pig Pub & Grill’s Bacon Eating Contest Saturday, July 27. Proceeds from the contest, a total of $308.05, went to the Ogden Food Pantry. Other winners at the “Hogstock” event were Dan Kallem, first place

for the pork cook-off with his “Fancy Ham” entry; and Mike Carson and Tim Anderson who were champions in the Misty Lanes Bags Tournament. All winners were awarded cash and prizes for their accomplishments.

BOONE COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT Monday, August 5 8:58 p.m.: The park officer at Don Williams recreation area requested assistance with an OWI at the park entrance. Deputy Fangman responded and after a brief investigation arrested Jeff Nation for investigation into OWI. He was transported to the BCJ for further testing. 7:46 a.m.: A person called to report that he was involved in an accident in the 2200 block of 220th St. Deputy Godzicki was advised and responded. A car driven by John Reinhart backed out of a farm driveway and was struck by a car driven by Jeffery Bailey. Reinhart was charged with failure to yeild. 8:23 a.m.: A person called from the 2000 block of 220th St. to report that his maibox was damaged overnight. 2:39 p.m.: A person called from the 900 block of 157 th to report that his residence was broken into sometime over the weekend. Deputy Godzicki was advised and responded. 5:59 p.m.: The Story County Sheriff’s office called and advised of a hitch hiker on the county line on Lincolnway. The BCSO also received a call that a person in the same area had entered the storage facility in that same area. Deputy Zuetenhorst located the individual. The individual was checked out and given a ride to the Greene County line. Monday, August 5 8:52 p.m.: Ames PD called and advised they had Kody Anderson in

custody on our warrant and would like to meet a deputy at UC school. Deputy Zuetenhorst transported Anderson to the BCJ. Tuesday, august 6 9:50 a.m.: Deputy Twigg made an arrest on an outstanding warrant for Kenneth Colebank for failure to appear. 1:25 p.m.: All officers in Boone County were alerted to watch for a vehicle and person who had made suicidal threats and may be going to Boone County from Story County. 4:09 p.m.: Ames PD contacted the BCSO to check a persons welfare in the 1200 block of XE Pl. According to Ames PD the individual had been making suicidal threats by cell phone and she was concerned for his welfare. Ames called back later and advised they had located the individual. 5:21 p.m.: A person called to report a vehicle all over the road and doing a poor job of driving. The vehicle was northbound on Highway 169 from 290th. Deputy Zuetenhorst was out of position but Officer Spencer from the Ogden Police Department was able to stop the vehicle in Ogden. It was later determined the driver was looking at a map and was not intoxicated. 7:02 p.m.: Deputy Zuetenhorst arrested Kyle Kirkman on a warrant for failure to appear for probation revocation. Kirkman was taken to the BCJ. 8:15 p.m.: Deputies from the BCSO responded to a complaint from a neighbor of a domestic next to her in Pilot Mound. After a brief

6. You may not ride in a carriage or automobile with any man unless he is your father or brother.

investigation it was determined that the altercation was not physical. The investigation is continuing into other leads developed by the BCSO, and charges are pending. 11:23 p.m.: Deputy Zuetenhorst began an investigation into a complaint of an individual attempting to hit another with a car in Pilot Mound. Wednesday, august 7 7:22 a.m.: Sheriff Elsberry began an investigation into a theft of personal documents from the 200 block of 1st in Ogden. 11:07 a.m.: Robert Casky was taken into custody on a warrant from Boone County. 8:33 p.m.: The Granger Police Department arrested Joesph Gunderson on a warrant from Boone County. 9:51 p.m.: A person called to report a male walking on Highway 30 east of the river bridge only wearing a towel. Deputy Gray checked on the location and found the individual, checked him out and gave him a ride to the BCSO for further investigation. 9:54 p.m.: The BCSO received a report of a vehicle eastbound in the westbound lanes of Highway 30 at Airport Road. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle. 8:50 p.m.: The BCSO received a call of an accident with injuries in the 1000 block of Highway 30. According to the investigating officer, the driver observed some debris SHERIFF’S REPORT continued on page three

LETTER TO THE EdITOR:

Vote “YES” for DMACC

7. You may not smoke cigarettes.

TO THE EdITOR:

8. You may not dress in bright colors.

Greetings. Central Iowans will be going to the polls on September 10 to show their support for Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) and its students. Two DMACC levies will be on the ballot. They are NOT new taxes. They are a continuation of levies that have helped support DMACC for many years. One is DMACC’s 20¼ Cent Plant Fund Levy. This fund is used to maintain and operate educational training facilities. The second, their 6-Cent Equipment Levy, funds educational equipment used to support the education and training opportunities for more than 70,000 credit and non-credit DMACC students each year. The levies will be invested well. About one of every six central Iowans has received instruction at DMACC and 95% of DMACC graduates stay in Iowa. I rely on DMACC graduates to maintain my car, assist me at Boone County Hospital and medical clinics, staff the policing agencies of Boone and Boone County, and provide important manpower to the business community of Boone. When our local economic development corporation seeks information on job training and labor supply for new business prospects, we turn to DMACC’s resources to provide the answers and the staff requirements. Wherever you live or work in Central Iowa, chances are a DMACC graduate will touch your life sometime this week. DMACC, Boone Campus, is one of the “jewels” of Boone County. Go to the polls on Tuesday, Sept. 10 and vote YES for DMACC’s levy requests. Thank you.

9. You may under no circumstances dye your hair. 10. You must wear at least two petticoats. 11. Your dresses must not be any shorter than two inches above the ankle. 12. To keep the school room neat and clean, you must: sweep the floor at least once daily, scrub the floor at least once a week with hot soapy water, clean the blackboards at least once a day, and start the fire at 7 a.m. so the room will be warm by 8 a.m.

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The puppies are growing up very quickly. They are barely three weeks old now. Every day they get bigger and more mature. The other day when I came in from outside one of the little pups barked at me. I couldn’t believe that these tiny creatures are already learning to bark! They are also starting to gum down their mom’s puppy chow and learning to piddle all over the floor. Four active pups go through a lot of newspapers. I can’t imagine how anyone can raise puppies as a business. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed watching Kelly’s babies progress each day. They are each developing different personalities, and they are playing and exploring their world now that their eyes are open. They are happy to see me and wag their little tails a lot. I wish I could keep them all. It’s going to be hard to let them go to new homes when the time comes, and I know that time will come way too soon. I’ve pretty much decided to keep the female pup. She’s a sweetie, and looks the most like her mom. The males definitely take after their dad more, with little square Lab heads and square, chunky little bodies and short legs. I am already envisioning her growing up to be a pet partner therapy dog like my old Max. Just being able to have her now, at the beginning of her life, seems like a great start. I was thinking about Max last week when we had a group of seniors from the Taos Living Center out to visit the horses. I used to take Max there sometimes to visit. He was a wonderful Delta Society pet partner and he loved those outings. When the van arrived with the group, the volunteers greeted them and asked the driver to park alongside the arena. Ashley and I were going to do a little riding demo for them. She rode her horse Gypsy western and I rode Dustee English. We did some simple walk / trot exercises to music, and then I did a bit of dressage moves with Dustee. We hadn’t done anything like this for a long time, and he was surprised when I asked him to canter. I thought it was pretty sloppy, but everyone else thought it was wonderful. I thought it was just plain fun! After the riding demo the driver took the van up to the front parking lot. We’d put the donkeys out in the round pen so the visitors could see them, then they all came into the classroom. After I put Dustee in a stall with a good treat and some extra hay, I got baby Hope out and took her in to visit the seniors. Another volunteer brought Bindy, the miniature donkey, in also. It was Hope’s first visit with a group of people like this. She’s six months old now and is very well mannered. She was friendly and not the least bit afraid of the wheelchairs and walkers. Bindy, of course, was a perfect little gentleman. He’s an old pro when it comes to working with disabled persons. As the group was preparing to head back to the retirement home, the activities director asked me if I could bring Bindy out there for a visit. They were only able to bring a small group of residents out and she knew that there were many more who would enjoy seeing him also. I told her that I’d find a time before winter to bring the little fellow out. Sunday night was another special occasion. I had been invited to a birthday party for Danny, one of the kids in our therapeutic riding program. Danny, who has Down syndrome, loves to ride the horses and groom our pony. I had printed out photos of him riding to give to him for his birthday. When I saw all the other presents that he got – lots of toys and games – I thought I sure screwed up this time, just giving him a few photos. But he was thrilled and so proud to show all his friends at the party the pictures of him and the horses. By the time I left, I had several requests from other parents who wanted to bring their kids out and a teacher who wanted to bring her whole class out. And once again, I was reminded how wonderful our four-legged friends are and how much they bring to our lives. Until next time, Ruth B.

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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, August 28, 2013 - PAGE THREE

BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, CHURCHES

CHURCHES OHS Class of 1955 holds reunion OF WEST BOONE CO.

Logan and Renae Mowrer are the proud parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge at 12:41 a.m. She weighed 6 lbs., 13 oz. and was 19 inches long. She has been named Pyper Lynn. Pyper is

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tom Prochnow, Pastor Tuesday, August 27: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, August 28: Faith Unit meets at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, August 29: TOPS is at 6 p.m. Saturday, August 31: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Sunday, September 1: Worship with Communion is at 9 a.m. Monday, September 2: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Tuesday, September 3: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary Hoyt, Pastor Wednesday, August 28: Ogden Manor worship is at 1:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Monica Circle meets at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, August 29: Seekers Bible study is at 10 a.m. Sunday, September 1: Prayer gathering is at 8:15 a.m. Worship/ Communion are at 9 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Fellowship is at 10 a.m. Monday, September 2: Office closed for Labor Day. Wednesday, September 4: Grace Circle meets in friendship room at 1:30 p.m. Hope Circle meets from 2 to 3 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Wade Brandt, Pastor Tuesday, August 27: Thrivent meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 29: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Saturday, August 31: Worship and Holy Communion are at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, September 1: Worship and Holy Communion are at 9 a.m. Family Bible class is at 10:20 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. BOXHOLM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rod Meyer, Pastor Sunday, September 1: Fellowship hour is at 9:30 a.m.; Worship at 10:30 a.m.; Holy Communion. Wednesday, September 4: Sarah Group meets at 2 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 502 W WALNUT

Sunday: Bible class is at 9:30 a.m. (Classes for all ages.) Worship service is at 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible Study is at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. James Bruch, Pastor Wednesday, August 28: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Religious Education Walk-In registration and Ice Cream Social. Thursday, August 29: Hall reservation from 12 to 4 p.m. Friday, August 30: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, August 31: Mass is at 6 p.m. Sunday, September 1: Mass is at 8 a.m. BOXHOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship is at 9:45 a.m. Ad board meets the fourth Wednesday of June, August, October and December of this year at 7:30 p.m. Joy Circle meets the first Thursday at 1:30 p.m. PILOT MOUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship service is at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school is from 10 to 11 a.m. AA meets at 7 p.m. Monday. Quilters meet Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m. WATER’S EDGE CHURCH “For the Thirsty Soul” Bible Study is from 9 to 10 a.m. Gathering is from 10 to 10:15 a.m.: Pre-service snacks served. Service is from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.: Contemporary music and a relevant message from God’s Word. OGDEN BAPTIST CHURCH Curt Fincham, Pastor

welcomed home by big brother, Gage, 2. Grandparents are Tom and Melanie Mowrer, of Ogden and Al and Deb Kadolph, of Hubbard. Family and friends also welcomed Pyper home.

Ogden UMW met Aug. 21

The OHS Class of 1955 held its 58th reunion Saturday, Aug. 10 at the Leonard Good Community Center. Eighteen classmates were in attendance. The group met Sunday morning in Boone for breakfast, then gathered once again, Tuesday for pizza. Planning committee members Laila Kanute, Deanna Jones, Joellen Howard and Madonna Woodley are making arrangements for the class’s 60-year reunion two years from now. Class members attending were front row, left to right, Inez (Erickson) Pe-

terson, Annette (Moravetz) Peterson, Marilyn (Kennedy) Paulson, Laila (Fairchild) Knute, Joyce (Johnson) Miller, Maddona (Hasstedt) Woodley, Janet (Grimm) Jacob. Second row, Deanna (Werner) Jones, Lila (Miller) Mallicoat, Norma Jean Herridge, Ardith (Burton) Hammond, Jo Ellen (Wisecup) Howard, Bob Sorgaroli, Janet (Maas) Reutter. Back row, Dean Stumbo, Marvin Leichliter, Roy Stockman, Ernie Carlson. -Photo by Daryl Peterson

Call for quilts for the Boone County Historical Society’s 20th annual quilt show Wanted: new and old quilts for the Boone County Historical Society’s 20th quilt show, “Favorite Quilts”. The show will be held at the Historical Center, 602 Story St., during Pufferbilly Days, Sept. 6, 7 and 8, 2013. Quilters from throughout central Iowa are invited to submit quilts. Quilts registration has been extended to August 28 th. Entry forms may be picked up at the Historical Center, requested by calling 515-432-1907, or by emailing the Historical Society at director@ boonecountyhistory.org. A separate form is required for each quilted item. Registrations can be returned to the Society in person, by mail, or email. Quilts should be delivered to the Historical Center on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Viewer’s choice awards will be given in multiple categories. Bed sized quilts, wall hangings,

clothing and other quilted items are eligible for display during the show. “We invite all quilters, beginners as well as experienced, to display their work,” Pamela Schwartz, executive director of the Historical Society, said. “We are also requesting donations of 100% cotton fabrics and scraps; quilting patterns, magazines and books, and no longer needed quilting supplies for the quilter’s rummage sale,” Schwartz added. The Historical Society has hosted the quilt show each year, except for last year, since 1993. During the show, quilts are displayed along with items from the Society’s collections. “We have a special setting for the quilt show--a 106 year old building full of treasures from the past,” Schwartz noted. “Each year during the show, we bring out these historic pieces to enhance the quilt displays. Just as quilting itself is

The church of Christ Who are these people? Have you ever been troubled in your heart? Have you ever experienced a physical illness or the illness of a loved one? The problems of life and daily living can many times overwhelm us to the point of being disappointed, discouraged and even despondent. There is no human being living on the earth who can escape pain, sorrow, and disappointment. When our Lord was in His human state upon this old earth, He was readily sensitive to the pain people experienced both mentally and physically. When Jairus’ daughter died, Jesus cared (Matthew 9:18-19; Mark 5:22-24; Luke 8:41-42). When our Lord came to the tomb of Lazarus and stood in the midst of Mary’s consoling friends, the shortest text in the Bible says, “Jesus wept” (John 11:35). In His triumphant entry into Jerusalem, our Lord paused long enough to restore sight to a blind man who was beseeching Him (Mark 10:46-52; Luke 18:35-43). In anticipation of His own imminent trial, suffering, and death upon the cross, our Lord still found time to reach out to His apostles in loving reassurance. He was so aware of the impending sorrow they would experience after His departure from this earthly existence (John 13:33,36), that He wanted to prepare them for the occasion. He lovingly said to them, “Let not your heart be troubled….”(John 14:1). How does the Lord, who deeply cares for each one of us (1 Peter 5:7), instruct us how to deal with the troubles of this life? Does He recommend denial, a type of dishonest pretension that “all is well?” Does He urge us to escape the trials and problems of this life in drugs, alcohol, pleasure, or even suicide? Does He tell us to be pessimistic, even cynical about life becoming bitter, critical, caustic, and blaming? The answer, of course, is no! We have a loving Savior who can take the troubles that His children experience (John 16:33) and providentially work everything out for their good and benefit (Romans 8:28). If God could do this for Joseph and his family (Genesis 50:19-21), don’t you believe that He can effectively handle the trouble of His beloved people today? Let us as the Lord’s people receive and believe Peter’s instructions to “cast all of your care upon Him, for he careth for you” (1 Peter 5:7). See our broadcast on local channel 6 Sundays at 6 pm & Tuesdays, at 7 pm! “In Search of the Lord’s Way”, Sunday at 7:30 am on KCWI, cable Ch. 9! We would like to invite you to worship with us at 502 W. Walnut! Sunday Bible study at 9:30 a.m., Worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study at 7:00 p.m.

Annual Arts & Heirlooms Sale Sunday, September 1 10am-4pm Monday, September 2 10am-4pm

341 W WALNUT

Rick Summerhays, Pastor

BIRTH

Own a piece of history from this massive event, that features: Furniture Antiques Art work Jewelry Household Items & More

Located at: 801 73rd Street Des Moines

both historic and modern, the use of our old building and items from our collections honors the past while providing a distinctive backdrop for the present,” Schwartz remarked. As in past years, a hand appliqueed, hand quilted bed-sized quilt, prepared by the Historical Center Quilters, will be raffled during the show. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 per ticket or $5 for six from now through the show. All proceeds from the quilt raffle and the show are used to benefit the Boone County Historical Society. For more information about the quilt show or to purchase raffle tickets contact: the Boone County Historical Center, 602 Story St., 515432-1907, director@boonecountyhistory.org. The center is open Monday through Friday from 1-4 p.m. and also by appointment. Sunday: Sunday school for all ages is at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship is at 10:30 a.m. Evening service is at 6 p.m. BETHEL CHURCH D. Ray Hoke, Pastor

Affiliated with Christian and Missionary Alliance – 5 miles south of Hwy. 30 on R 18 (L Ave.)

Sunday: Morning worship is at 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages, including adult electives is from 11 to 11:45 a.m. Evening services for adults and Jr./Sr. High youth are at 6 p.m. Wednesday: AWANA Club is from 6:30 to 8:10 p.m. Jr./Sr. High Bible study is from 6:30 to 8:10 p.m. Adult Care and Share is from 6:45 to 8 p.m. Men’s and women’s group home Bible studies are available. Call 2754091 for information. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN BEAVER UMC YOKED PARISH Marjorie Smalley, Pastor

Ogden United Methodist Women met Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013 in Fellowship Hall with 16 members present. Janice Schlicht from Hope Circle led the program, “Seeing God at Work in the Field”. She had done research on Iowa Deacons ministers. Two readers Vera Lyons and Janice Anderson assisted with the program. Cathy Aldrich opened the business meeting with “This Is The Day The Lord Has Made”. The minutes from the July meeting were read and approved. A thank you note from a graduate was shared. The card report was given. Betty Stringer will do the prayer calendar in October. The nomination committee presented the following slate of officers: Co-president, Cathy Aldrich and Janice Schlicht and Secretary, Mary Ellen Carlson. Dixie Jensen made a motion to elect Marge Eshelman for treasurer. Seconded by Pat Doran, Carried. The following committees were named: Nominations Chair, Vera Lyons, Sandy Friesen and

Sheriff’s report, cont.-

(open). Program Resources, Janice Anderson. Mission Coordinators: Spiritual Growth, Mary Ann Christensen, Education & Interpretation, Pat Doran, Social Action, Marge Eshelman, Membership & Outreach, Eunice Sterner, Kitchen, Janice Anderson. Mary Ann Christensen will be chair for the special membership. Cathy has packets for ingathering kits. Circles are encouraged to make kits. There is a special need for birthing and health kits. Betty Stringer made a motion to have a tea towel shower at the December meeting. This will be a gift to Jesus and our church kitchen. Dixie Jensen seconded that motion, carried. Dates to remember: Next meeting will be car pooling to John 15 Vineyard in Scranton. Meet at the church at 1 p.m. North Central District Annual Meeting Saturday, Sept. 21 at Eagle Grove UMC. Lunch Reservation needed by Sept 10. Closed with reciting UMW Purpose.

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from a tire in the roadway and swerved to miss the debris and lost control and went into the ditch. The driver and the passenger were transported to the Boone County Hospital. Their condition is unknown . Thursday, August 8 2:11 p.m.: A person called to report a theft from her residence in the 800 block of 310th. Some jewelry was missing along with some clothing. Deputy Godzicki began an investigation. 7:54 p.m.: Cedar Rapids Police called the BCSO to report they have Kurtis Moore in custody on our warrant. He was picked up by the BCSO and relayed back to Boone. 6:26 p.m.: A person called to report that his vehicle was stolen from Highway 30 and Highway 169 park and ride. After a brief investigation into the incident, it was discovered the truck had not been transferred to the new owner, and the previous owner got the truck back. This will be a civil issue. 6:41 A person called to report that his father left for work at 5 a.m. and has not been heard from since. Deputies began an investigation into the incident and eventually located the missing person. Saturday, August 10 2:57 a.m.: Deputy Quinn was sent to the the Erickson curves on Highway 30 on a report of a vehicle on it’s top. After a brief investigation the car was found to be unoccupied. The incident remains under investigation. 9:15 p.m.: The BCSO took a report of mailbox vandalism in the 100 block of 150th Ave. Three mailboxes were damaged. 10:18 p.m.: A person called to report that her trailer was broke into and several items were missing. Deputy Fangman began an investi-

gation into the incident. 11:20 p.m.: The Story County Sheriff’s Office called and asked for assistance with an underage drinking party in their county. Deputy Quinn was advised and responded. Sunday, August 11 7:46 p.m.: A person came to the BCSO to turn himself in on a Boone County warrant. Hipolito Pantaleon was arrested and taken to the BCJ. Monday, August 12 12:30 p.m.: The Las Vegas Coronors office called and needed confirmation on a person they have in their morgue who they believe is wanted for bank robbery of the Boxholm Bank in 2005. A fingerprint was sent to the morgue and matched that of Darryl Dahms who had an active arrest warrant from Boone County for first degree robbery. The investigation is still continuing. 2:51 p.m.: Greene County called to report they took a call of a high speed driver eastbound from their county. The car was located in Boone County and stopped by Deputy Twigg and Chief Bailey around Ogden. The vehicle was not driving fast when it was stopped. After a brief investigation the vehicle and driver were allowed to leave. 3:01 p.m.: Chief Deputy Lampe arrested Andrew Orey on an outstanding warrant from Boone County for probation revocation. 5:52 p.m.: A person call from Beaver and advised the BCSO that a person with a metal detector was at the old school digging up the yard. Deputy Fangman responded to the area and located the individual who stated that he had permission to be there, but Deputy Fangman also advised the person that he was in the wrong place. The person was directed to the right address.

Sunday: Church service is at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.

Ogden Manor news Wednesday, August 28: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Bean bags are at 11 a.m. CUMC Church social time is at 2 p.m. Thursday, August 29: Polka Parade starts at 8 a.m. Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Charades are at 11 a.m. Bingo starts at 2:15 p.m. Friday, August 30: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Ogden Reporter is at 10:45 a.m. Cooking Classics is at 1:30 p.m. Music and more at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, August 31: Exercise is at 9:30 a.m. Movie matinee with James is at 2 p.m. Classic Gospel on Channel 11 at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, September 1: Catholic time is at 9 a.m. Exercise is at 9:30 a.m.

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Our Town

THE WEEKLY SOCIAL SCENE AND A LOOK BACK ON OUR HISTORY

Thirty-two 4-H members from Boone, Marshall, and Story counties participated in the annual Tri-County Junior 4-H Camp held July 29th thorough August 2nd at the Iowa 4-H Center near Madrid. Campers were involved with many “Splashtacular” themebased activities led by 4-H teen counselors, camp-based activities lead by 4-H Center staff, and a special Immersion in Wellness program led by Iowa State University Food Science and Human Nutrition faculty and students.

4-H’ers Get Active at Tri-County Junior 4-H Camp JODI AND JOHN NETTEN

Lamm - Netten wed Jodi Lamm and John Netten were united in marriage on June 14, 2013 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Ogden. Pastor Stacey Nalean-Carlson, the brides’ cousin, officiated the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Alan and Carolyn Lamm of Ogden and Ron and Debra Netten of Storm Lake. Grandparents of the couple are Merrill and Beula Lamm and Dayle Heldt of Ogden and Rodney and Irene Vellinga of Orange City. Jodi’s attendants were her three siblings, Erica Lamm, Amy Tidwell, and Craig Lamm. John’s attendants were his three siblings, Aaron Netten, Emilee Claypool, and Greta Walsh. Junior bridesmaids were Madison Netten and Grace Walsh, nieces of the groom. Sophie Tidwell, niece of the bride was the flower girl. Ushers were Tyler Reihmann and Jawad Niazi, friends of the groom and Jason Tidwell, brother-in-law of the bride. Acolytes were Sam Walsh and Jack Netten, nephews of the groom. Jodi’s gown of ivory satin was

also worn by her late grandmother, Ione Heldt, at her wedding in 1951. The colors of tiffany blue and red were used for the attendants’ dresses and flowers. Annette Powers, organist, accompanied John’s father, Ron, on “I’ll Be There” and an ensemble consisting of Erica and Craig Lamm, Amy Tidwell, Cait Ryan, Tyler and Sarah Reihmann, Jon Struve, and Ryan Walker sang “Ubi Caritas”. Scripture reader was Liz Meader, friend of the bride and Jodi’s personal attendants were her friends, Meg Wright and Lori Reutter. Following the ceremony, a reception and dance were held at the Ramada Tropics Resort in Des Moines. Hosts for the reception were Dick and Adriana Vellinga, aunt and uncle of the groom. Jodi and John currently reside in St. Joseph, Michigan where John is a third year ER resident at Lakeland Regional Medical Center and Jodi is an adjunct Latin instructor at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids and also works part-time as a receptionist/educator at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph.

10 Years Ago

standing, and program committees announced. John Stribling heads up the Club as president; joined by Larry Swanson, first vice president; Dean Van Pelt, second vice president; Mark Trueblood, third vice president; Bill Mullins, secretary-treasurer; John Emerson, tail twister; and Don Gift, lion tamer. Boone County’s agricultural property values have been increased 11%, the second lowest change in the state, according to equalization adjustments ordered by the Iowa Department of Revenue last week. The equalized value of Boone County farmland in 1981 was $874 per acre, with a new value of $970. The children of Ed and Ada Sargent invite you to an open house to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sept. 18 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Ogden City Hall. Benjamin Charles White, infant son of Paul and Cheryl White of Ames, was baptized Sunday, Aug. 21, 1983. Jared Haberer was honored on his sixth birthday with an E.T. party Sunday, Aug. 28 at his home. The honoree opended his gifts and he and his guests enjoyed E.T. cake and cookies shaped in a 6. A surprise visit was also made by E.T.

From the August 27, 2003 issue Ogden High School students scored above the state of Iowa average in four out of five academic categories on the American College Testing (ACT) exam during the 2002-2003 school year. Ogden Community Schools picked up 30 more students from last year, stated Supt. Bill Roederer. Enrollment stands at 864, up from 834 recorded on count day Sept. 20, 2002. As of Tuesday, Aug. 27, 295 students were enrolled at Howe Elementary, 275 at Ogden Middle School and 294 at OHS. Marine Corps Pvt. James Slater, son of Mary and Paul Slater, Ogden, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA. The OHS Class of 1978 held their 25th class reunion Saturday, July 19, 2003 at the Tic Toc Restaurant in Boone. James Wheeler, Ogden, received one of the top photography awards at the 2003 Iowa State Fair. Wheeler’s “Delicate Arch” won Best of Color. Cody Mowrer of Ogden in Boone County exhibited the grand Champion Other Wool ewe at the Iowa State Fair 4-H Breeding Sheep Show Aug. 12, 2003. The temperature hit triple digits here Monday, Aug. 25 as the bank’s time and temperature sign read 103º, resulting in schools, including Ogden and Grand Community, to cut classes short for several days.

30 Years Ago From the Aug. 31, 1983 Issue The Ogden Lions Club will sponsor the annual salmon barbecue Friday, Sept. 2 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The meal will be served prior to the OgdenEast Greene football game. September will be country western month at the Ogden Manor. Kicking off the month’s activities will be fiddler David Bellegante, along with his accompanist, Ireta Knapp. The Ogden Lions Club begins its 1983-84 year with new officers,

60 Years Ago From the Sept. 3, 1953 Issue Deane Hammarstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross B. Hammarstedt of Ogden, Iowa has been admitted to the Chrysler Institute of Engineering, Mr. Hammarstedt is a graduate of the Iowa State College and holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering. With the tearing down of the old Kruse livery barn, just across from the R.G. DeWitt Implement store, on of Ogden’s oldest landmarks is being sent into oblivion. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanson and family of Nebraska visited several days last week in the parental James Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Merico Aquilani vacationed last week at Clear Lake. Mrs. R.L. Kestler and daughters, Pat and Sharon of Des Moines and Mrs. Nora Manion of Omaha were weekend guests of Mrs. Bill Manion

Thirty-two junior 4-H members, grades 4th - 6th, from Boone, Marshall, and Story counties participated in the annual Tri-County Junior 4-H Camp held July 29th thorough August 2nd at the Iowa 4-H Center near Madrid. Campers were involved with many “Splashtacular” theme-based activities led by teen counselors, camp-based activities lead by 4-H Center staff, and a special Immersion in Wellness program lead by Iowa State University Food Science and Human Nutrition faculty and students. The Tri-County Junior 4-H camp is created and directed annually by Annette Brown, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach 4-H Youth Development Specialist serving Boone, Hardin, Marshall, and Story Counties. Brown states, “Camping is a valuable experience for youth. They get to enjoy the out-of-doors, develop new skills, challenge their personal abilities, met youth from other counties, and develop new friendships. Some just enjoy the opportunity to take a break from their at-home schedules.” 4-H Center activities provided physical exercise in the forms of canoeing, kayaking, creek walking, a night hike, teams course, swimming, archery, atlatls, climbing tower, mega zip-line, water games, Gaga ball and lots of walking. Some campers also engaged in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and

a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Boehm entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their gradndaughter Jane Zabel, who celebrated her first birthday that day. Guests were Jane and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zabel of Des Moines and David and Judy Boehm. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miner, Richard and Stephen returned Thursday to their home at Grand Rapids, MI after spending two days in the parental Art Miner home.

COMING EVENTS MONDAY, AUGUST 26Stop for a short visit with Sue of the RSVP 55+ Volunteer Program at the Leonard A. Good Community Library, 208 W. Mulberry, Ogden, Monday’s, Aug. 26, Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30, anytime between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Look for Sue and see what the many different volunteer opportunities there may be to fit your schedule. You can make a difference one person at a time. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28Fun and games at 12:30 p.m., McGraw Senior Center. Food Pantry drop-off, open daily, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., McGraw Senior Center. EVERY THURSDAYTOPS Club (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every week on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 119 SW 2nd St., Ogden. Visitors are always welcome (preteens, teens, and adults - male and female). First meeting is free. TOPS Club, Inc. is an affordable, nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization with thousands of associate chapters in the United States and Canada. Members learn about nutrition, portion control, food planning, exercise, motivation, and more at weekly meetings. For details, call Linda Trudo at 515-275-4620, visit www.tops.org or call TOPS Headquarters at 800932-8677

Math) activities as they learned how to use GPS units. T h e special Immersion in Wellness program directed by ISU Associate Professor of Food Science and H u m a n Nutrition Ruth Litchfield was a unique addition to this year’s camp. This program involved three different lessons each day. Culinary lessons taught campers the basics of knife safety and Tri-County 4-H use, healthy snack preparation, cross-contamination prevention methods, salad dressing/emulsion preparation, as well as how to prepare healthy foods such whole wheat pizza dough, sautéed vegetables, and green salad. Some of the produce came from the 4-H Center garden.

You’ve come a long way baby!

Nutritional lessons presented each day of camp, taught the group a b o u t the importance of a balanced diet, healthy and unhealthy f a t s , healthy snack options, portion sizes, MyPlate and the nutritional needs of youth their age. Boone County Master Gardeners led garden lessons in the on-site garden. The youth got hands-on experience eeding, climbing wall w identifying garden pests, harvesting vegetables, and building their own compost kits (with worms) to take home! They also discussed the needs of a healthy garden and ideas for preparing and preserving fresh produce. Some of the garden produce was incorporated into the camp meals.

Additional annual traditions for the camp included campers preparing one breakfast and one campfire meal. This year’s campfire meal taught campers how to use pie irons to make tacos, how to make desserts in Dutch ovens, and roasting corn over the coals. The camp was culminated with a BBQ meal with family members and closing campfire at which camp songs, recognition and S’mores were shared. Many people make the camp possible. In addition to Brown’s leadership, AmeriCorps Member, Elise Fiscus, aided in the organization of the event and served as an assistant and counselor throughout the week. County staff from the Boone, Marshall and Story Counties took turns assisting throughout the week. Parents volunteered their time to chaperone during the evenings and prepare the closing family BBQ meal. Carissa Brown, Kenton Reece, Aaliyah Scott, and Bryce Scott, senior 4-H members from Boone County volunteered as teen counselors. Their leadership skills helped campers belong, experience new camp opportunities, learn camp songs, and have fun in a safe environment.

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Briefly City Council will meet Tuesday, Sept. 3 in regular session The Ogden City Council will meet in regular session Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013 at 7 p.m. Items on the agenda are as follows: Call to order; Roll call; Minutes - regular meeting minutes of Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013; Treasurer’s report - August; Department reports; Cemetery perpetual care annual report; Rural fire board annual meeting; Quiet zone safety improvements at NE 3rd St., NW 4th St., and NW 7th; Usage variance request for 607 S 1 st St.; Wellness Center sewer and water service request; Kouhn’s Fund; Old business; New business; Claims; Adjournment.

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Booster programs -

You can show the Bulldogs you are proud of them by displaying good sportsmanship!

continued from page one. They also purchase, on a rotating basis, OHS Show Choir outfits, OHS Chamber Choir/Concert Band dresses and tuxedos and miscellaneous equipment to enhance and support the music program. The Ogden Music Boosters also help finance several other music related activities throughout the school year such as band and choir trips (Orlando, FL), music camps, accompanist fees, sound system improvements, music awards, and miscellaneous purchases needed by directors. The organization raises funds in multiple ways. Such fundraising activities include various levels of community member sponsorships, the concession stand for all home football games, the fruit and cheese fall fundraiser, the OMS and OHS music contest concession stand, the annual spaghetti supper, and the annual Roger Britton Jazz Band Dance refreshments. “We are eager to have community members work along side our efforts to support our school music departments and students,” says Thrane. “All parents/guardians of Ogden music students are automatically considered members of the Ogden Music Boosters. In the past

membership dues were collected from each music family. This is no longer the case. More important than the dues are parents’/guardians’ support through their volunteer efforts, their financial support of the Music Booster fundraising efforts, their attendance of Ogden music events, and the community pride they exhibit by knowing their student is part of a top-notch music program.” Parents/Guardians are contacted from time to time throughout the year to work at the concession stands at home football games and music contests held at OMS and OHS, work/cook for the spaghetti supper, load/unload equipment for marching band parade events and contests, contribute snacks for the Annual Roger Britton Jazz Band Dance, and much, much more! The Music Booster organization meets at the Ogden High School on the first Monday evening of every month (September-May). All music students’ parents and community members are welcome to attend the meetings. If you have a great idea to share you can be added to the meeting agenda, by contacting Thrane at (515) 391-9979. You can also stay updated with the latest Music Booster activities by clicking “Like” on their brand new Facebook page at Ogden Music Boosters.

Head football coach Garrison Carter works with the team on kick-offs.

Are You Being Treated Fairly in Your Work Injury Case?

Ogden cross country runners gearing up for the first meet a week from Thursday. -Photos by Kathy Pierce

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Public Notices THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF OUR GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

BOONE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS August 14, 2013 Foster called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. with all members present. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the minutes of August 7, 2013 meeting. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the agenda as published with the addition of considering addition the county attorney’s job descriptions tabled from a previous agenda. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing grant application for Emergency Medical Services System Development Grant $6,000.00) NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve hiring Joshuha J. Sorensen, part time Dispatcher, Boone County Sheriff’s Department, at $13.96 per hour, effective August 14, 2013. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve hiring Natalyn M. Chumley, PRN part time Dispatcher, Boone County Sheriff’s Department, at $13.96 per hour, effective August 14, 2013. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the ROW Contract between Boone County and Rory R. Reilly for Project No. BROS-C008(34)— 8J-08 – Parcel 1. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the ROW Contract between Boone County and Addie A. Pepper for Project No. BROS-C008(34)— 8J-08 – Parcel 2. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing the ROW Contract between Boone County and Jared A. Pepper for Project No. BROS-C008(34)— 8J-08 – Parcel 3. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the ROW Contract between Boone County and Randal S. Lambert for Project No. BROSC008(34)—8J-08-Parcel 4. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing the ROW Contract between Boone County and James D. Turner for Project No. BROSC008(34)—8J-08-Parcel 5. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion

carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing the ROW Contract between Boone County and Paul R. Heins for Project No. BROS-C008(34)— 8J-08-Parcel 6. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing Applications for 2014 Homestead Tax Credits and Applications for 2014 Military Exemption as recommended by Boone County Assessor as follow. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Military & Homestead: Earl L. & Joann M. Culver, 429 Clinton St., Boone. Military: Barry J. & Yvonne L. Romitti, 2301 Pear Lane, Madrid (Douglas Township). Homestead: Timothy A. & Michele M. Johnson, 1251 Quill Ave., Boone (Worth Township), Larry G. Whitmer, 1122 2cnd St., Boone; Brandon Dean Efkamp, 612 S. Montana St., Boone; Ryioko S. Bedingfield (Peterson) 611 Linn St., Boone; Karla Margetta, 202 E. Walnut St., Ogden; Christopher R. Alcott, 612 E 8th St., Madrid; James & Sharon Miller, 1514 Kate Shelly Dr., Boone; Patrick J. & April L. McDermott, 1982 300th St., Madrid (Garden Township); Shawna Doran, 1121 Crawford St., Boone. Board reviewed and placed on file Clerk of District Court report of fees collected for July 2013. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve Amendment to Policy on Entrances No. 6 as presented by Boone County Engineer as follows. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Dated: August 14, 2013 AMENDMENT TO POLICY ON ENTRANCES NO. 6 Entrances for all new permanent improvements that cost $25,000.00 or more and homes on a permanent foundation that raise the tax valuation will be installed at no charge, provided the total out of pocket expenditures does not exceed $600.00 to Boone County and the entrance is placed by Boone County Personnel. The new improvements must be completed within one year from the time the entrance is placed or the applicant will be billed for same. For all other driveways, charges will be for the pipe and dirt work. New driveway pricings for dirt, on granular surfaced roadways, are as follows: $450.00 for 20 foot wide entrances on a 66 foot road, if the drive is dry or has a pipe. $550.00 for 20 foot wide entrances on roads wider than 66 feet, if the drive is dry

or has a pipe. The $550.00 is for a maximum of 200 cubic yards of dirt. All trucked dirt over 200 cubic yards will cost $20.00 per cubic yard. Note: A 20 foot wide driveway is the minimum width Boone County will allow on all roadways. All drives with wider tops shall be charged proportionately more. New driveway pricings for dirt, on all hard surfaced routes, are as follows: $700.00 for 20 foot wide entrances, if the drive is dry or has a pipe. All new entrances on FM paved Roads shall have entrance slopes constructed to 10:1 for dry drives and 8:1/6:1, dependent upon the need for a culvert, and limited to 300 C.Y. with a minimum 20’ wide top. All trucked dirt over 300 cubic yards will cost $20.00 per cubic yard. Pricing for 10 foot extensions shall be as follows: $250.00 for extensions on a 66 foot road. $300.00 for extensions on roads wider than 66 feet with a maximum of 100 yards of dirt. All trucked dirt over 100 cubic yards will cost $20.00 per cubic yard. Boone County will only place gravel on house drives. No gravel will be placed on any field drives with our forces. For landowners or tenants buying pipe from Boone County for driveway construction, or any use, not performed by County personnel, a $30.00 charge will be added to the cost of the pipe to cover the handling and loading of the material. Boone County does not sell pipe to contractors. Contractors may pick up pipe at the maintenance facilities, but the pipe will be paid for by the property owner or tenant. Boone County will not sell pipe to anyone that does not own property or live in Boone County. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve tabling discussion of property taxes owing on county owned property described as Lot two (2) in Block six (6) in Holmes’ Subdivision of Wingates’s Second Addition to Boone, Iowa. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Board reviewed the Official Report of County Highway Engineer for FY13 and placed it on file with the Boone County auditor. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the Agreement for the Provisional Limited Professional Architectural Services between Boone County and Slingshot Architecture for

Project: Boone County Recycling Center $25,000. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to authorize Boone County Auditor to adjust the following Boone County Assessor personnel wages for FY14 in the county payroll system – Sherry Hurst $23.65/hour, Lisa Zenor $13.80/hour, Susan Blair $16.75/hour, E. Jason Sands $20.45/hour, Robert Grundstad $20.81/ hour, Darnell VanFossen $19.29/hour, W. Paul Overton $ 93,380.00/annum. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Board discussed need of appointing Supervisors representatives on the Boone County Compensation Board. They are under impression that Jr. John will remain on Board and Chet has asked another person and believes he will, but wants this placed on August 21 agenda. Amy Kuhlers, State Program Manager, Connect Iowa met with the Board to give a presentation on Connect Iowa. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve authorizing Eric Sloan to sign the ShorTel Service Agreement.

NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing the Microsoft License Agreement. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Bob Kieffer, Co. Engineer & Scott Kruse, Asst. Co. Engineer met with the Board for Secondary Road Update and discussion on 166th Drive (Y Camp Road). Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion approving county attorney’s position descriptions, except Collections of Court Fees, and the descriptions for attorneys are classified exempt from overtime. Review and discuss proposed draft Employment Contract & Agreement for Building & Grounds Maintenance Manager, was sent to County Attorney for review. The meeting was adjourned at 1:38 p.m. These minutes were approved this twenty-first day of August 2013. Philippe E. Meier Boone County Auditor

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED TO: James B. Cook / John F. Cook / All Heirs, Known or Unknown, and Unknown Claimants: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 15th day of June 2009, the following described real estate, situated in Boone County, Iowa, to-wit: Lots 4 & 5 Block 30 NE SE STR 034-085-027 except coal and mineral TS#2009-09254 Parcel # 088527344184078 was sold at scavenger sale by the Treasurer of said County for the taxes then due, delinquent and unpaid thereon, to Boone County, Iowa, and that a Certificate of Sale was duly issued by the said Treasurer to said purchaser pursuant to said sale. That the right of redemption from said sale will expire and a Tax Deed be made by said Treasurer to the undersigned for said real estate pursuant to said sale unless redemption is made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Boone County, Iowa By: Darcy Bosch, County Treasurer

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT BOONE COUNTY PROBATE NO. ESPR023610 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF WAYNE E. MERRIAM, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Wayne E. Merriam, Deceased, who died on or about August 4, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of August, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Robert L. Merriam Administrator of the Estate 160 130th St. Ogden, IA 50212 Ben T. Doran Attorney for the Administrator Doran Law Firm, P.L.C. 809 8th Street Boone, IA 50036 Date of second publication: Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013.

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT BOONE COUNTY PROBATE NO. 23456 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF RANDINE M. SHEPHERD, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Randine M. Shepherd, Deceased, who died on or about May 22, 2012: You are hereby notified that on the 1st day of November, 2012, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 16th day of August, 2013. Muriel J. Shepherd Administrator of the Estate 1465 U Avenue Boone, IA 50036 Lee R. Johnson, ICIS PIN Number: AT0003852 Attorney for the Administrator Johnson Law Office, PC 214 W Walnut Ogden, IA 50212 Date of second publication: Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013.


PAGE SIX - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, August 28, 2013

OGDEN POLICE REPORT Saturday, August 17 1:22 p.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 call at 301 SW 2nd St. This turned out to be a phone issue. 9:58 p.m.: A Casey’s employee reported a subject left without paying for gas. The officer contacted the subject and she advised she had used her credit card, but after looking at receipt, it did show she was not charged for the gas. She advised she would be in on Sunday morning to pay. 11:14 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of barking dogs at 413 E Sycamore St. The officer advised to keep the dogs quiet and if any more

complaints, a citation would be issued. Sunday, August 18 4:50 p.m.: Officer assisted a stranded motorist. 11:50 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders at 313 NW 7th St. Monday, August 19 8:01 a.m.: Officer received a report of a dog running loose in the area of Ogden Middle School. The owner was there attempting to catch the animal. 9:35 a.m.: Kit Huntley reported the theft of an 8” blue statue of a girl taken from outside of her residence.

11:17 a.m.: Officer delivered a message to an Ogden resident for Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department. 1:43 p.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 at 219 W Division St. This was determined to be a phone issue. 5:45 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and 414 E Walnut St. Tuesday, August 20 3:41 p.m.: Officer investigated a two vehicle accident in the 100 block of NW 4th St. at the railroad crossing. There was less than $1,500 in damage, so no state report was filed.

Wednesday, August 21 1:12 a.m.: Officer and Boone County Deputy were asked to check on welfare of an Ogden resident. The subject was fine. 9:32 a.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Ambulance at 207 NE 3rd St. Thursday, August 22 12:00 p.m.: Officer received a report of unknown subject(s) trespassing in horse barn at NW 6th and Vine. 3:45 p.m.: Officer received a report of a possible vandalism to a residence at 501 SW 4th St. Friday, August 23 6:45 a.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Deputy with a traffic stop in

the 500 block of 220th St. 1:30 p.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Ambulance with a medical call for an employee at the Ogden Manor. 3:15 p.m.: Boone County Communications Center received a cellular phone report of a semi-tractor-trailer crossing the center line westbound on 220th from the Des Moines River. The Ogden officer stopped the vehicle in the 600 block of S 1st St. and checked the driver. The driver was not intoxicated. These charges are merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Have a safe and happy Labor Day! Be careful with your car-full!

Diggs Construction Building a reputation on your home improvements.

BUILD ON Michael Diggs - owner 420 N.W. 3rd St., Ogden

275-4079 - office 460-4504 - cell


The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, August 28, 2013 - PAGE SEVEN

The Classifieds

LET US ASSIST YOU IN YOUR ADVERTISING • 515-275-2101 • FAX 275-2678

CARD OF THANKS

NOTICE

FOR RENT

ATHLETIC BOOSTERS

ATTRACTIVE DUPLEX

KICK-OFF BBQ Friday, Aug. 30

Walnut Street Health & Wellness

Thank You

We would like to thank everyone who attended our open house August 1. The cards and plants are constant reminders of your welcoming spirit. We look forward to serving the Ogden community for years to come!

5 - 6:30 p.m. • High School Cafeteria Tickets sold at the door: $6/plate, $25/family, $3/sandwich only. Meal includes burger, baked beans, chips, drink and dessert.

Walnut Street Health & Wellness 245 W. Walnut St., Ogden, IA 50212 P: 515.275.2536 • F: 515.275.2534 www.walnutstreethealth.com

NOTICE Upcoming Auctions

DRIVERS WANTED DRIVERS: Home Weekends! Great Family Benefits! 401K w/ match. Paid Vacation/Holidays. 2yrs exp. req. Call Today! Lee: 855314-6459 A29, S4

Classifieds don’t cost . . . They pay!

Saturday, Aug. 31 - 10 a.m. -

Ogden * Estate Auction: Camper, trailers, shop tools, mowers, and more.

Saturday, Sept. 7 - 10 a.m. -

Haman Auction Lot, Stratford * Annual Fall farm consignment auction: Tractors, machinery, mowers, and other farm related items.

Place your ad today!

Saturday, Sept. 14 - 10 a.m. -

Haman Auction Building, Stratford * Antiques and collectibles.

For full listings and photos, visit our website: www.hamanauction.net

SERVICES P: (515)275-2536

walnutstreethealth.weebly.com

GLASS & SCREEN REPAIR

HOUSE CLEANING

WILSON GLASS & SCREEN REPAIR: Will pick up and deliver. Call Tom Wilson at 515-2754343 tfn

Perfectly Clean will clean a 2 BR home, 2.5 to 3 hours for $45.00 Call 515-432-3989. A28, S4, S11, S18

CLARK

$105,700

307 SE 4th St., Ogden

Ready to move into, 3 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths. Owner has done many updates: vinyl siding, vinyl windows, metal roof and new electrical. MLS#38151

L SO

$49,900

$99,900

Old Highway 30 east. MLS#38151

PART TIME/ FALL HELP

Semi driver/Grain cart Contact: Chad E. West 515-291-2174

This home has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Large corner lot with many fruit trees. Seller has done alot of updates. 2 storage sheds and a one car garage. MLS#37666

513 NW 3rd St. #7, Ogden

Well maintained 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom condo. Updated hotwater heater, furnace and roof. New a/c wall unit and garage door. MLS#36843

213 SW 5th St., Ogden

NEW PRICE! $89,900 1415 Greene St., Boone

Owner has done a lot of updating on this property. this 3 bdrm, 3 bath family home. MLS#38217

614 N 1st St., Ogden

Dining, kitchen, main bathroom & laundry have been totally updated with all new appliances in kitchen & laundry that stay. MLS# 37829

ING

D

PEN

$179,900

713 W Mulberry St., Ogden 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. MLS# 37829

Linda Keenan: 230-5322

Office: 515-432-1090 806 8th Street, Boone, IA www.ClarkIowaRealty.com

Have a Safe Harvest!

visit neremre.com for our great selection of homes! Licensed in Iowa

Semi Truck Driver for Harvest. Approximately Sept. 16 - Nov. 9. Must have a CDL and clean driving record. Steve Lawler 515-689-1087

331 SW 3rd St., Ogden • 3 bdrms

$69,500

553 Juniper Rd., Pilot Mound • 3 bdrms

$310,000

238 SE 2nd St., Ogden • 3 bdrms

$68,000

Submit inquiries to Habitat for Humanity by email to director@hfhbg.org or by phone at 515-432-1168 103 SW 8th St., Ogden• Triplex

Join Our Team

• Repair and Maintenance Technician Qualified individuals have experience in electrical work and welding as well as general repair and maintenance. Full time positions with great benefits and pay

GARAGE SALE

GARAGE SALE 237 W. Mulberry St.

ESTATE AucTION

OGDEN’S FOOD PANTRY!

auCTioneers noTes: Due to the death of Connie’s husband, Doug, we will be selling his lifetime accumulation of tools and other items. Everything has been well taken care of. This is a partial listing. To view photos visit www. hamanauction.net.

Connie Shadle, Owner

Haman Auction Service Stratford, IA 515-230-2624 or 515-230-0078 Email: jmhaman@globalccs.net www.hamanauction.net Jim Haman, Auctioneer Chase Haman, Auctioneer

538 E Sycamore St., Ogden • 3 bdrms

$82,500

302 SW 3rd St., Ogden • 2 bdrms

$67,900 LOTS

LOT 7 Jasmine Pl., Ogden

$19,500

LOT 8 Jasmine Pl., Ogden

$19,500

(east edge of town, on old hwy 30)

shop Tools, Tools & misC: 5500 Briggs Stratton 8500 watt generator; Troybilt 7.25 hp, ohv power washer; Craftsman 4 hp edger/trimmer; Accord drill press; Sanborn 230 v, 15 amp air compressor; tool boxes on rollers; Delta table saw; 1/2” drills; DeWalt ½” impact; Makita 4” disc grinder; skillsaws; drill bits; ¾” socket set; 10 ton & 3 ton porta powers; wrenches; hammers; aluminum ramps; steel posts; security light, NIB; levels; chain saw; clamps; two wheel cart; scaffolding; bolt cutters; 12’fiberglass step ladder; several other step ladders; aluminum ext. ladders; air tank; Weller soldering gun; LARGE fan; other fans; wood clamps; King drag; jack stands; dremel tools; wheelbarrow; cabinets; shovels; rakes; hub caps; brooms; Pneumatic chain, NIB; yard canopies; buckets; dolly movers; yard sprayer; screw & bolt cabinets; nails; pickup tailgate; log chains; Craftsman 200 amp. battery charger; Dee Zee diamond plate pickup tool box; staplers; cement tools; sawhorses; tires; wheels; handyman jack; angle drill; air bumper jack; grinders; electric nipper; picnic tables; angle iron and other iron; and much more. Terms: Cash or check w/proper ID. Picture ID required to obtain a bidding number. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Nothing to be moved from auction site unless settled for. Announcements made the day of sale take precedence over print.

$138,900

8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Equal Opportunity Employer

lawn mowers & Yard equip: JD 420 w/60”deck; JD 455 diesel, all wheel steer, riding mower w/60” deck & snow blower, 351 hrs; Snapper push mower; JD #80 yard cart; yard roller; yard sweeper; weed eaters;

607 E Division St., Ogden • 2 bdrms

Furniture, clothing, misc.

Please help us re-stock

Trailers & Camper: 2013 6’x12’ H&H v-nose enclosed trailer, new; Aluma L&D 5’x8’ trailer; 26’ 1992 Wilderness Camper;

$199,000

Sat., Aug. 31

Learn more about these opportunities and apply online today at www.christensenfarms.com or call 1-800-889-8531 for more information.

Location: 797 216th Drive - Ogden, IA

$59,900

REDUCED! $119,900

HELP WANTED

Habitat for Humanity seeks a leader for individual home construction projects to include organizing the construction schedule, selecting suppliers, managing subcontractors and directing volunteer leaders. Must understand and have experience with the process of new home construction from blue print to final punch list. Position is by contract with compensation on a per-project basis. Excellent opportunity for a retired construction professional.

Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013 – 10:00 a.m. $33,900

515-432-5650

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER

welders: Clark weld MIC130EN wire welder, 120v, no gas; Lincoln wire welder; Lincoln AC 225 amp welder;

Ready to move in to 1 bedroom, 1 bath. Owner has constantly maintained this property. Basement is very usable. MLS#37687

VERY NICE 2 BR apt. in Ogden, Water, sewer, garbage paid. Laundry available. Call: 515-231-9340.

205 North St., Dana

D

797 216th Dr., Ogden

275-2101

HELP WANTED

Christensen Farms is now hiring for the following positions:

Independently Owned & Operated Licensed in the state of Iowa

FOR RENT

710 Keeler Street Boone, IA

HELP WANTED

Haman Auction Service

245 W Walnut Street Ogden, Iowa 50212

FOR RENT ATTRACTIVE DUPLEX: 2 BR Duplex. All appliances provided. One car garge. Jy17 , tfn Call 515-203-7251

Nerem & Associates Real Estate

Most needed items . . . Macaroni & cheese, tuna, dry cereal, peanut butter, stew, Treet, Spam, salmon, sloppy joe, canned fruit juice, canned tomato juice, canned soup, rice, instant potatoes, pasta, canned fruits, pasta sauce, pasta salads, Hamburger Helper, Chicken Helper and Tuna Helper. Cakes mixes, soup crackers, hot cereal, baked beans, chili beans, vegetables, toothpaste, toothbrushes, evaporated milk, canned pumpkin, canned tomatoes, tomato paste and tomato sauce.

240th OGDEN BuILDING SITE!

$60,000

Planning a garage sale? Contact us: 515-275-2101

Food items may be taken to McGraw Senior Center, the Leonard Good Library or to the Community United Methodist Church.

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PAGE EIGHT - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Labor Day Blow Out Celebration!

HOURS: OPEN 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. 7 Days a Week!

275-2403

GROCERY BARGAINS

CLARK’S GUARANTEED QUALITY MEATS

RIBS

STEAK

7

99

For the REAL Backyard BBQ Enthusiasts!

3

lb.

BALL PARK ORIGINAL OR 16 oz. pkg.

39 lb.

Honey Ham or Turkey .....

1 329

Steak..............................

HORMEL ALWAYS TENDER 1.5 lb. pkg.

619 339

SHUR FINE CRISPY BATTER DIPPED 21.2 oz.

Bun Size Franks.....

FARMLAND SPECIAL SELECT HAM, 14-16 oz. pkg.

2 189

PORK lb.

329 329

Fish Portions...........

MINUTE lb.

ROUND lb.

FAMILY PACK 80% LEAN

GROUND BEEF

2

99

Mac and Cheese.....

Pork Loin Fillets...

Steak...............................

4/

Steak..............................

PINEAPPLE

3

5 .99 00

24 oz. sqz.

MIO LIQUID 1.62 oz.

3 49 Liquid Concentrates 3 49

Water Enhancer... CRYSTAL LIGHT 1.62 oz.

....

SHUR FINE 18 oz. jar

229 .77

Peanut Butter........ SHUR FINE 2 ltr. btl.

Soda.............................

SWEET, JUICY, WHOLE SEEDLESS

TROPICAL GOLD FRESH, JUICY

KETCHUP

MANWICH

15 - 15.5 oz. can

HORMEL COUNTRY CROCK POTATOES or - 23-24 oz.

79

FRESH PRODUCE

HUNT’S

BABY BACK

SUCCULENT RIBEYE

Corner Cookout Mon., thurs., and Sat. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

OPEN LABOR DAY 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Prices effective Wednesday, August 28, 2013 through Tuesday, September 3, 2013. Quantity rights reserved. No sales to dealers.

FRESH, PLUMP

BLUEBERRIES

99

2

pint

GREEN GIANT WHOLE, PEELED 1-lb. pkg.

SUMMERIPE SWEET lb.

3

ea.

19

Baby Carrots.........

WATERMELON

.99 149

Yellow Nectarines......

CALIFORNIA RED OR BLACK

PLUMS

99 ea.

1

39 lb.

GREEN GIANT GOURMET 24 oz. bag

299 219

Creamer Potatoes..... CALIFORNIA RED, RIPE 16 oz. cont.

Strawberries............

JOHNSONVILLE

BRATS OR ITALIAN SAUSAGE

49

3

lb.

5-lb. pkg.

69 19 oz. pkg.

CLARK’S DELI

FRESCA, FANTA, SPRITE, COKE ZERO, CLASSIC, DIET, CHERRY, OR VANILLA

VAN CAMP’S

PORK & BEANS

COKE

3 2

98

00

5/

15 oz. can

12 pk. cans plus dep.

LAY’S

POTATO CHIPS

GATORADE

2/

99 8 pk. 20 oz. btls.

9.5-10 oz. bag

4

99

00

2/

24 pk. 1/2 ltr. btl.

DAIRY

GREAT GROCERY BUYS

BEANS

WATER

4 5 3 00

BUSH’S BEST BAKED OR GRILLIN’

AQUAFINA

21-28 oz. can

FROZEN

SHUR FINE APPLE 64 oz. ctn.

KRAFT SHREDDED 8 oz. pkg.

SHUR FINE RISING CRUST 28-32.7 oz. pkg.

SHUR FINE STUFFED 5.75 oz. jar

CRYSTAL FARMS 12 oz. pkg.

STOUFFERS FAMILY SIZE 57 oz. box

SHUR FINE YELLOW 20 oz. btl.

SIMPLY 20 oz. bag

KLONDIKE ICE CREAM BARS OR 6-20 ct. box

SHUR FINE 16 oz. jar

REDDI WIP AEROSOL 6.5 oz.

TOMBSTONE ORIGINAL CRUST 12 in. pkg.

199 Cheese............2/500 Pizza..................399 FLAVOR CRISP BUNS POTATO SALAD 29 79 99 Manzanilla Olives..... 1 American Singles... 1 Entrees.......... 10 CHICKEN 59 69 Mustard..............99 Potatoes.............219 Popsicle Pops.....329 99 8 49 98 19 Sweet Relish......1 Pizza.................. 3 Whipped Cream...2 99 SUB 19 49 CAKE SANDWICH Steak Sauce.......3 GLAZED 59 COOKIES 79 Mandarin Oranges....88 DIPS LEMONADE DONUTS ICE CREAM ICE CREAM 19 Tomatoes...........1 00 99 FAMILY CHICKEN STRIP 49 99 29 FRIES 2/ BASKET Ripe Olives.........1 HARRIS HOT DOG

RESER’S MACARONI OR

1 3

8 pc. box

8-ct. pkg.

RICH’S COOKIES AND CREAM

SWEET P’S

HOT TO GO!

5 2 1

PREMIUM

28 oz. pkg.

LOFTHOUSE ASST. VARIETIES

6-ct. pkg.

HOT TO GO!

lb.

CHEF BOYARDEE

PASTA IN SAUCE

JELL-O ORIG. OR INSTANT

PUDDING MIX

2-lb. cont.

3 2 3

ea.

Juice or Cider......

A.1. 10 oz. btl.

ANDERSON-ERICKSON

SHUR FINE 15 oz. can

12-ct. pkg.

12 oz.

HUNT’S SNACK PACK

PUDDING

SHUR FINE PITTED 5.75-6 oz. can

8 oz. tub

KRAFT POURABLE

7.5 oz. cup

14.5-15 oz. can

1-3.8 oz. box

4-ct. 3.25 oz.

BLUE BUNNY

.88 .99 5 6

HUNT’S 14.5 oz. can

48 oz. ctn.

1/2 gal.

4.5 qt. pail

KRAFT HOMESTYLE, DELUXE OR

DRESSING VELVEETA DINNERS

.88 .99 2/5 2 10/10 4/5 00

00

COW BELLE CREAMERY

CHIP

49

00

16 oz. btl.

9.4-14 oz.

CAPTAIN MORGAN ORIGINAL SPICED

MALIBU CARIBBEAN

BUSCH LIGHT

RUM

RUM

400 Tomato Sauce..2/100 Crackerfuls........199 88 50 98 22 28 00 00 14 Cupcake Mix...2/4 Tomato Paste.....79 Plates or Trays..2/4 99 Mike’s Lemonade.....650 Vodka.................988 00 99 Laundry Detergent....5 Bugles.............2/4 Cooking Spray....2

BETTY CROCKER HERSHEY RTS - 16 oz. ctn.

Frosting...........2/

NABISCO RITZ - 6 oz. box

HUNT’S - 8 oz. can

BETTY CROCKER HERSHEY 14.5-15 oz.

HUNT’S 6 oz. can

HEFTY FOAM OR PLASTIC CUPS 24-50 ct. pkg.

GENERAL MILLS 6-7.5 oz. bag

PAM NO-STICK 5-6 oz.

ERA LIQUID 2X 100 oz. btl.

AMERICAN BEAUTY

PASTA

SHUR FINE

PASTA SAUCE

TOSTITOS

TORTILLA CHIPS

1

16 oz. pkg.

24 oz. jar

9.75-10.5 oz. bag

24 pk. cans plus dep.

1.75 ltr. btl.

1.75 ltr. btl.

NEW UV PEACH 750 mil.

SMIRNOFF ICE VARIETIES OR 6-pk. btls.

MUG, SIERRA MIST, PEPSI ONE, NEXT, MAX, CRUSH, CF PEPSI, MT. DEW, REG., DIET, OR CHERRY JELL-O ORIGINAL OR SUGAR FREE

GELATIN

6 5/4

29 .99 2/

00

BEER

00

.3-3 oz. box

REG. OR LIGHT OLD MILWAUKEE

REG. OR LIGHT BUDWEISER

BEER

BEER

14 13 98

30-pk. cans

plus dep.

98

18-pk. cans

plus dep.

NABISCO

PEPSI

OREO

3

98 12-pk. cans

plus dep.

RITZ

COOKIES CRACKERS

10 2/6 2

10/

00 2 ltr. btl.

00

14.3-15 oz. pkg.

88

13.7-15.1 oz. box


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