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Ogden Reporter

DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING A VIBRANT COMMUNITY VOLUME 138

OGDEN, IOWA 50212 - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2013

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Candy? or medicine?

John Muench, center, at the Iowa amateur Softball association (aSa) hall of Fame Induction ceremony in clear lake, oct. 7, 2012. pictured with Muench is leroy Wegmann (left), hall of Fame committee chairman for Iowa Men’s Fast pitch Softball, and Tom Topping, State commissioner of the Iowa amateur Softball association. -photo by Tom peterson

Muench is inducted into softball Hall of Fame

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ohn Muench played baseball and basketball while in college at Buena Vista in Storm Lake, but it was in the sport of softball that he would make his mark. The game of fast pitch softball consumed his summers for 21 years and no matter the team he played on, he found success. After graduating from Grand Community High School in 1961 he joined up with his hometown team, the Boxholm Swedes, one of seven Iowa teams he would play for over the years. The highlight of his playing career came during the four-year span from 1970-73. His Welty Way team played in the Major Open, District, State, Regional, National and World Tournaments. In 1971 they won the National Championship in Springfield, MO where he was selected to the All-American Team. A year later he and his teammates earned a Silver Medal at the Third World Men’s Softball Championship in Manila,

Philippines. He again stood out and was named to the All-World Team. Muench retired from the game in 1982 after participating in yet another national tournament. Thirty years later he found himself one of six inductees into the Iowa Men’s Fast Pitch Hall of Fame. “Playing fast pitch softball with and against the best and the most talented in the country has rewarded me with some of the most memorable and fun years of my life,” said Muench in his induction resume. “I am humbled and would be honored to be inducted into the Iowa Softball Hall of Fame. Recently I looked at the list of members and I smiled with pride that I was able to take the field and compete during the ‘glory years’ of fast pitch softball in the state of Iowa.”

“Poison at a low enough dose can be a medicine, while medicine at a high enough dose can be poison,” Pharmacist Brett McConnell told the group of fifth graders. The former Ogden High School graduate (Class of 2000) was invited to be a guest speaker in Stefanie Rhoads’s life skills classes last Thursday and Friday at the middle school. His presentation began with not a hands-on, but more of a noseon, activity where the students were tested to see if they could distinguish candy and juices from medicine. The sweet smells of the liquids and candy-like appearance of bagged samples laid across the counter top was very deceiving. The students were surprised to hear all were medications. Medicine safety was one of the topics McConnell spoke about. Several students had correct responses when posed the question of what to do with expired or unused medications. The class discussed how to store medications safely out of reach of children and pets. What if someone took the wrong medicine or too much? They learned

Brett Mcconnell, pharm.d, talks with oMS students. what signs to watch for, and most importantly to call for help, either 911 or Poison Control. McConnell received his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the Univer-

sity of Iowa in 2007 and is employed at Medical Associates Pharmacy in Boone. He lives in Ames with his family.

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4-H results from this year’s Iowa State Fair Exhibiting at the Iowa State Fair is often the highlight of a 4-H member’s year. Several Boone County 4-Hers received recognition for their exhibits. Special awards Bryce Scott of Pilot Mound received the “Outstanding Contribution to Soil and Water Conservation Award” from the Iowa Department of Ag and Land Stewardship. Scott’s Drill Wells to Increase Water Available in Ethiopia exhibit was displayed in the 4-H Exhibit Building at the Iowa State Fair along with over 300 other entries. This division includes eight classes: Animal and Veterinary Science, Crop Production, Environment and Sustainability, Horticulture, Outdoor Adventures and Safety and Eduction in Shooting Sports. Over 5,000 members annually enroll in horticulture (the largest class). Josie Noland of Woodward was presented a Merit Award for her educational presentation. The Bluff Creek Wranglers 4-H club participated in Share the Fun at the Iowa State Fair and received the Club Recognition Award. Boone county exhibits Ribbon placings Boone County 4-Hers earned awards for their exhibits judged in the 4-H Exhibits Buildings. 4-Hers receive placings based on how they meet their goals and on the evaluation standards established for a particular item,” said Mitch Hoyer, program specialist for Iowa State University Extension & Outreach 4-H Youth Development and 4-H Exhibits Building Superintendent. Following are results for area 4-Hers: Ag & Natural Resources: Aaliyah, Bryce, Ebony, Vanessa and Viatris Scott, Pilot Mound, blue; Bryce Scott, 2 blues; Claire Whalen, Pilot

Mound, Blue. Animals: Emma Whalen, Pilot Mound, blue. Creative Arts: Mattea Doran, Beaver, blue; Maryssa Soder, Ogden, blue. Family and Consumer Sciences: Mattea Doran, blue; Austin Flynn, Ogden, blue; Katie Noland, Woodward, blue; Hannah Sackett, Ogden, red; Viatris Scott, blue. Personal Development: Mattea Doran, blue; Paige Garcia, Paton, red; Sierra Miller, Boxholm, blue; Katie Noland, red. Science, Engineering and Technology: Grant Heineman, Ogden, 2 blues; Zane Satre, Ogden, blue. livestock exhibits Thirty Boone County 4-H youth showed livestock at the Iowa State Fair. Following are the results: Breeding Beef: Bryce Snedden, Grand Junction, purple; Noah Snedden, Grand Junction, purple, Champion Maintainer and 3rd Overall Breeding Heifer; Kendall Shaw, Ogden, blue. Market Beef: Noah Snedden, purple; McKayla Dozier, Ogden, red; Grant Heineman, blue. Beef of Merit (live): McKayla Dozier, blue. Horse: Breanna Knight, Ogden, blue, 2 red, white; Lillie Longhorn, Pilot Mound, blue, 3 red, white. Breeding Sheep: Calvin Stewart, Ogden, purple; Paige Stewart, Ogden, purple, Champion Division 3; Bryce Achenbach, Woodward, 2 purples; Jordyn Achenbach, Woodward, blue. Market Sheep: Calvin Stewart, 2 purples; Paige Stewart, 2 purples; Bryce Achenbach, blue; Calvin Stewart, blue. Sheep Performance: Calvin STATE FAIR RESULTS -please turn to page two

Restricting Courthouse access to east entrance Beginning Tuesday, Sept.3, 2013 the Boone County Board of Supervisors in consultation with Boone County departmental heads have decided to restrict entrance and non-emergency exit to the east door of the courthouse which will be unlocked at 7:55 each day. The other doors to the courthouse will remain locked at all times. “This has been a very difficult decision for county officials,” says Phil Meier, Boone County Auditor. “We have weighed the inconvenience to citizens and public safety issues and we have determined this to be a balanced approach to both.”

(Note: The Ogden Reporter just recently learned of Muench’s accomplishment and felt its readers would enjoy reading about him.)

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.

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Slade Reimers and austin patten can’t make up their minds.

amber Braniff takes a sniff.

Howe Elem. adds two class sections Jessi Neilsen of Ames will be hitting the ground running. She was just offered a position in the Ogden Community School system and had just a few days to prepare for her new group of kindergartners. Ogden school administrators recently made the decision to add another section for both kindergarten and second grade. Jessi is a 2005 Gilbert High School graduate and had just graduated from Iowa State University. She was previously employed as a custodian at Ames Community Schools and at McFarland Clinic in Ames in the records department. Her husband Andy works as a custodian at Iowa State. Taking over the third section of second graders at Howe Elementary is Katie Halbur of Manning. She is a recent graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education. This will also be her first year of teaching. During college she worked at the Manning Childcare Center. Her husband Kyle is employed by Iowa State as a storekeeper. Katie says she is excited and honored to join the Ogden School District staff.

Notice of street closures one block of West Walnut Street to be closed after the labor day holiday The City of Ogden announced that one block of West Walnut Street between West 3rd Street and West 4th Street will be closed shortly after the Labor Day Holiday in order to install water and sewer connections for the Ogden Wellness Center. The tentative schedule for construction is as follows (subject to inclement weather and/or project related delays): • August 28-29: Identification of the location of utilities to be com-

pleted. • September 3 or 4: A portion of W. Walnut Street will be temporarily closed. A contractor is scheduled to cut through the concrete street. Contractors plan to keep one lane of traffic open while cutting the street, however, parking stalls in the construction area will be closed. • September 5: Early in the morning, one block of West Walnut Street between West 3rd Street and West 4th Street will be closed to traffic and closed to parking. Van Sickle Construction will mobilize on Thursday, Sept. 5 and begin removing street and shortly there-

after Schoon Construction will start excavation. • September 12: Installation of water and sanitary sewer service should be completed by Sept. 12 and Dean Snyder Construction will pour the street patch. Depending on weather conditions, the street could be opened within 24 hours of completion of concrete. • September 14: Sept. 14 is the target date to re-open West Walnut Street. For more information, contact Ogden City Hall, 513 W. Walnut Street, Ogden, Iowa 50212, (515) 275-2917.

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OHS Class of 1955 gives gift of a tree to the city When the tree they had previously donated and planted at lincoln prairie park did not survive, the ohS class of 1955 wanted to give it another try. class member Madonna Woodley of Grand Junction coordinated with city administrator donovan olson for a tree planting at a new location in the city park Friday, aug. 23. In attendance as the 8’ autumn blaze maple was set in place were classmates, from left, Joellen howard, laila Knute, Janet Reutter, dean Stumbo, Marilyn paulson, Madonna Woodley, and norma herridge. -photo by Julie holmberg

KaTIe halBuR Second grade

Bulldog Sports The Ogden Bulldogs kicked off their season Friday night, hosting Woodward-Granger. Due to the Reporter’s Labor Day holiday print schedule, the write-up and photos will be published next week. Ogden will be hosting Guthrie Center this Friday night at 7 p.m. The volleyball and cross country teams are also in action. A full sports schedule, including JV and junior high games, appears on page five today.


PAGE TWO - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013

In Depth

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

Ogden’s school board candidates tell why they are running As A puBLIc sERvIcE and without cost to the candidates, The Ogden Reporter invited the three individuals running for the Ogden community school District’s board of directors to submit articles concerning their candidacies. The candidates’ articles are printed in alphabetical order.

Each was asked to send a brief bio and were provided a set of ques- as a school board member? tions: They were also asked to address any concerns they may have conWhat prompted you to run for the school board? Do you have any cerning the future of the Ogden community school District, or provide specific goals in mind? Do you have any projects you’d like to pursue an overview of how they think the Ogden district is doing.

PETE BERGSTROM

CHET HOLLINGSHEAD CAMILLE SLOAN SCHROEDER

My pRIORITIEs for the school district are straight forward. I will focus on attaining a stable long-term budget and increasing academic achievement to the highest levels possible. As a district, we slightly out-perform our neighboring districts on academic standardized tests. I want to see that lead increase significantly and make Ogden community schools the obvious first choice when parents are looking for the best education in central Iowa. As I see it, this is one of the best options we have in order to increase enrollment. We need to out-perform our neighboring districts in academics by a wide margin to grow our community. It is the job of the school district to give every child access to a high quality education. Twenty elementary students losing learning time because one child has behavioral issues in a class goes against that opportunity. If I am elected, I would fully support teachers and administrators to address disciplinary issues promptly and on a case by case basis in order to give all students the best education possible. Everything our school system does is made possible by the taxpayers of our district. That simple, yet incredibly important, reality is often times overlooked during budget discussions at all levels of government. I intend to make sure that the taxpayers are fairly represented in all of our district matters and that long-term, pro-active budgeting is a top priority. While I commend our current board for making some very difficult, but needed changes in the

Pete Bergstrom I Am A LIfE-LONG RESIDENT of the Ogden community. I graduated from OHS in 1996 and received my B.S. degree in Agricultural Studies from Iowa State University. My wife, Mary, and I live south of Ogden and have 3 sons, ages 6, 4, and 2. I am a corn and soybean farmer and operate a custom application business. Currently, I serve on the Board of Directors for the Boone Farmer’s Mutual Insurance Association and also serve as the President of the Ogden Water Buffaloes.

last two years, I believe I can offer a management style that is direct, driven by facts, and focused on our school district’s primary job, which is to provide access to a high quality education while maintaining a sustainable budget.

TO ALL ThE cITIzEns of the Ogden community school District: I can’t thank you enough for the opportunity to serve you on the Ogden school Board these past four years. This was an adventure that began four years ago when Mr. Friesen and I were candidates for the school board. since that time a lot has changed in our town and school system. I came into this office when our school district was hit hardest by one of the worst economic recessions since the Great Depression. We were faced with a 10% acrossthe-board cut from the state and declining enrollment. We the school board rolled up our sleeves and began the long road to recovery in addressing budgetary concerns. Over these past four years the school board has continued to monitor our budget situation and increase accountability within the school system and raise the bar on academic and vocational standards in our district. The board has set out on a mission to prepare our students for post-secondary education and careers. With this being said I look at the accomplishments that we have completed over the last four years and think anyone on this school board has accomplished something special and something to be proud of. I know there is so much more work to be done, but I have de-

Chet Hollingshead cided to pull my candidacy from the school board election. I know this board will do great things without me. I was only a tiny piece of the puzzle. After great thought and being a member of the Boone county Board of supervisors it is time to step away from The Ogden school Board. I know that this board will continue to do great things, and I wish them well as this school district and this community continue to forge forward. sincerely chet J. hollingshead

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central Iowans going to the polls Tuesday, sept. 10 will not only be casting their vote for school board candidates (above), but will be voting on two levies that significantly impact Des Moines Area Community College (DMAcc), its students, faculty and staff. This is not a new tax and does not increase anyone’s property tax levy percentage. The two levies have been in place for several years and the vote is to continue property tax support for DMAcc’s six accredited camPublic measures on 2013 puses, including the Boone camSchool Election Ballot pus, as well as several high school career academies throughout the PLANT fUND LEVY 22-county central Iowa district. The 20.25 plant levy is The statewide system of comused to renovate existing munity colleges was created by the campuses and facilities. The funds also help with Legislature in 1965. At the time, operations and maintethe goal was to fund a third of the nance. schools’ operating costs with state aid, a third from tuition and a third SIX CENT LEVY from local property taxes. Today This funds educational property taxes account for 6% or less equipment for career, of the total budget. Operating cost technical, science and covered by tuition is slightly over educational programs. 60% while 24% comes from state The six cents per thousand helps keep training aid. Revenue from the bookstore and equipment current with grants contribute a portion also. The business and company plant and equipment levies, authotechnology needs. rized by the Legislature since 1968, need to be renewed by voters every 10 years. “These funds are critical to anything that we build, or renovate or maintain,” says DMAcc president/cEO Rob Denson. “We have the lowest tax rate per thousand of any of the 15 colleges in Iowa. If you are looking for a return on investment, there is not a better ROI.” Iowa’s community colleges serve more than 400,000 students. Degree and non-degree programs produce graduates in high demand by employers including nurses, paramedics, chefs, welders, tool and dye makers, firefighters, police officers and dental hygienists. It is estimated that each year 75,000 students from almost every county in Iowa have benefited from credit and non-credit DMAcc courses. Wayne E. Rouse, MD, a longtime member of the Boone community who also serves on the DMAcc Board of Trustees, says “your investment

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hAvInG FOuR chILDREn that span across the three buildings in the district and being passionate about education inspired me to originally run for the school board two years ago and continues today. It is important to me, personally, as a parent and native of the community that our schools provide an education that ensures the future success of our students and the sustainability of our town. We are so fortunate to have our schools in our community. It is important to me to be able to utilize my professional and educational background, personal connections, and vested interest to give back to the community through the school board. Education is a critical foundation for our youth, as well as our economic viability as a community. having a school district in Ogden is a wonderful asset. Ensuring that we manage our financial, physical and people resources is so important to our school’s sustainability. We need to continue to be resourceful in managing our limited educational funding, attract families to the district with exceptional programs and staffing, as well as celebrate our beautiful facilities through hosting extra-curricular and community-related events. The ongoing partnerships with the city of Ogden to identify efficiencies and further collaborations, pursuance of grant opportunities, as well as advocating for the ongoing early education program need continued attention. Recruiting and retaining topquality staff and providing opportunities for ongoing professional development to implement rigorous courses that align with the common core, enhancing our professional and student learning communities, and continuing to enhance technology integration are timely and worth the board’s continued attention. There are many issues facing schools today that require a board to be attentive to their set goals, yet fluid enough to address needs as they arise. so much work has been done in the last two years that I am proud to have been involved with the board. yet, there are also great opportunities for our schools to continue to strive for excellence. The board policies are in the process of revision, as well as continuing to work with district leadership to identify ongoing areas of need and creatively address those critical areas. Already this fall, for instance, the district had higher enrollments at the elementary level than originally forecast and we worked quickly as a board to approve ad-

Camille Schroeder CAmILLE SLOAN SCHROEDER oversees Engineering K-12 Community Outreach for Iowa State University College of Engineering. She serves as Director of Iowa FIRST LEGO League and Junior FIRST LEGO League as well as Affiliate Director of Iowa Project Lead The Way. She will receive her Master’s in Educational Leadership in December. Camille has worked for Iowa State for nearly 14 years building pre-college educational programs and serving in roles related to recruitment of first-year and transfer undergraduate students. She has extensive experience in leadership, program creation and implementation, working with K-12 schools, administrators, teachers, parents and students as well as the private sector and donors through numerous STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) initiatives. She volunteers time to community organizations and has served on the Ogden Community school board, Ogden School Improvement Advisory Committee, Governor’s North Central STEM Advisory Board, as well as an Iowa rural education task force. Camille and her husband, Craig, have four school-age children (Channing, Hope, Amelia and August) and live in rural Boone County.

ditional staffing resources to ensure that the student to staff ratios were in alignment with best educational practices, while guaranteeing that funding for the positions did not have dramatic effect on the general fund. As a board member, I want to continue to help put the best educational practices in place through policy implementation and sound decision-making that allows the administrators and staff to be their best for our students and families.

State fair results continued from page one stewart, purple; paige stewart, purple; Bryce Achenbach, blue; Jordyn Achenbach, 2 blue. Breeding swine: Emma clausen, paton, blue; Wesley clausen, paton, blue; Reese Jamison, Woodward, 2 purples; Tate Lettow, Woodward, blue. Market swine: Grant heineman, blue; Emma clausen, 4 blue; Tate Lettow, purple and Reserve cham-

pion Lightweight Barrow. Showmanship Beef: McKayla Dozier, blue; noah snedden, purple. sheep: Bryce Achenbach, blue; Jordan Achenbach, blue. swine: Grant heineman, blue; Reese Jamison, blue; Tate Lettow, purple.

in DMACC gives you lots of ‘bang’ for your buck. Ninety-five percent of DMAcc graduates stay in Iowa providing a skilled work force, helping to build our homes, fix our cars, work in health care, and some transfer to four-year programs well-prepared to further their eduction.” In addition to working with high schools and colleges, DMAcc also partners with central Iowa businesses to tailor training programs for the jobs the businesses need to fill.

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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - PAGE THREE

BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, CHURCHES

BIRTH Nick and Ashley (Thomas) Gasau of Racine, WI are the proud parents of a baby boy born Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013 at Racine General Hospital in Racine. He weighed 7 lbs., 3 oz. and has been named Silas William. He is welcomed home by siblings Eli Thomas, 6 and Adeline Salome, 4. Grandparents are Mike and Linda Thomas of Abrams, WI and Linda and William Gasau of Sweet Springs, MO. Great grandparents are Ken and Bonnie Thomas of Branson, MO and Ray and Dorothy Kruse of Ogden.

CHURCHES OF WEST BOONE CO.

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tom Prochnow, Pastor Tuesday, September 3: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 4: Prayer Shawl is at 1 p.m. Thursday, September 5: TOPS meets at 6 p.m. Saturday, September 7: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Sunday, September 8: Worship is at 9 a.m. Monday, September 9: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Tuesday, September 10: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary Hoyt, Pastor Wednesday, September 4: Grace Circle meets in CUMC friendship room at 1:30 p.m. Hope Circle meets from 2 to 3 p.m. Meeting for confirmation students and parents starts at 6:30 p.m. Adult choir practice starts at 6:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Thursday, September 5: Seekers Bible study is at 10 a.m. T.T.T. meeting is at 7 p.m. Sunday, September 8: Kick-Off the fall worship schedule. Prayer gathering is at 8:15 a.m. Sunday school is at 8:45 a.m. Worship is at 10 a.m. Following worship will be a barbecue served by the Jr. and Sr. High Youth. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Wade Brandt, Pastor Wednesday, September 4: Bible class is at 9 a.m. Mid-Week begins at 3:40 p.m. ELM St. board meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 5: LWML meets at 2 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Saturday, September 7: Worship is at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, September 8: Worship is at 9 a.m. Family Bible class is at 10:20 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Monday, September 9: LWML serves OBW supper at 6 p.m. BOXHOLM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rod Meyer, Pastor Wednesday, September 4: Sarah Group meets at 2 p.m. Sunday, September 8: Fellowship hour is at 9:30 a.m.; Worship at 10:30 a.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, September 4: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Religious Education K-7th is from 6 to 7:15 p.m. 8th grade class is at 6 p.m. 11th grade class is at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 5: Hall reservation is from noon to 4 p.m. Friday, September 6: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, September 7: Mass is at 6 p.m. 11th grade final blessing. Sunday, September 8: Mass is at 8 a.m. Monday, September 9: Bible study is at 7 p.m. at St. Malachy’s. Wednesday, September 11: No Mass. Religious education K-7th is from 6 to 7:15 p.m. 8th grade class is at 6 p.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.

OBITUARIES Uvon Jones Uvon Jones, 91, of Ogden, IA, passed away Monday, Aug. 26, 2013, at her home in Ogden with family by her side. She had fought a fierce battle with a failing heart for the past several years. Funeral services were held Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at the Community United Methodist Church in Ogden. Rev. Gary Hoyt officiated. Burial was in the Glenwood Cemetery in Ogden. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: www.carsonstappfuneralhome.com. Lela Uvon Stephens was born Sept. 17, 1921, near Hatfield, MO, the fourth of five daughters to Fred Warren and Medie Rose (Parsons) Stephens. Her childhood days were spent around Ridgeway, MO, where she graduated from high school, where she met the love of her life. She was married to Robert Owen Jones on Aug. 1, 1940, in Savannah, MO; to this union two daughters were born. They were married 61 years before his passing in 2001. Their first home was in Kansas City, MO, where Robert was a meat cutter and Uvon worked at Kreske five and dime store. Following his passion for farming they moved the family LELA UVON JONES to Woodward, IA, in 1946 to run the 1921 - 2013 Iowa Gold Guernsey Farm. This led to their final move to Ogden where Uvon was the right hand woman, chief cook, and bottle washer. Her mission in life was to be a good wife, raise her two daughters and be at all their activities. She was a 4-H leader, Ogden P.T.A. secretary, assisted with the National Corn Growers Association and Beef Producers events, as well as one of the best haulers of grain from farm to market. When the four grandsons came along she was always invested in their growth and well being. Then the light of her later years was following the activities of great-grandchildren. It would be hard to count the number of little leagues games, school events and dance recitals she gladly attended. She was a member of the Community United Methodist Church since 1955, where she served in many circles, Bible study groups and a summer Bible school leader. Uvon is survived by two daughters, Bernetta “Bea” Purk Cannon of Sun Lakes, AZ, and Bonna Kay Church of Ogden, IA; four grandsons, Dr. Jeffery Purk, Steven (Maureen) Purk, Scott (Gina) Church, Danny Church; six great-grandchildren, Preston, Carter, and Reagan Church, Talon Church, Owen and Jillian Purk; one sister, Bonnie Cronin of Raleigh, NC; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Robert O. Jones in 2001; three sisters, Wanda Lee Stephens, Ruby Grace Meloy and Reva June Smith. Memorials may be left to American Heart Association, Community United Methodist Church, or Alzheimer’s Association.

Alma A. Carlson Alma A. Carlson passed away Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013 at Hubbard Care Center in Hubbard at the age of 79 years. A funeral service was held Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013 at the St. Petri Lutheran Church. Burial followed at the South Marion Cemetery, Stratford, IA. Alma was born March 3, 1934 in Garden City, IA to parents Albert and Mildred (Anderson) Stolee. She graduated from AIB and worked as a secretary receptionist for a professional property management company. Alma married Orville Carlson on Feb. 17, 1956. She was a member of St. Petri Lutheran Church. She volunteered at “Affordables”. She enjoyed her family and all their activities. She had a doll collection and spent many hours crocheting. She is survived by Orville, her husband of 57 years; one son, Curt (Denise) Carlson of Story City, IA and ALMA A. CARLSON two daughters: Michelle (Stewart) 1934 - 2013 Dunham of Jewell, IA and Janelle (Joseph) Hoffman of Ruthven, IA; eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren; two sisters, Margaret (Orville) Nash of Kirkland, WA and Helen (Carl) Johnson of Silverdale, WA. She is preceded in death by her parents, and son Rodney Carlson. A memorial has been established in her name. Soderstrum Funeral Home in Story City is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences and photos may be shared at www.soderstrumadams.com.

The church of Christ Who are these people? As Christians, we should watch TV with the realization that God is watching us! (Hebrews 4:13). Guns, knives, and poison can kill the body, but what comes through the TV can ruin our eternal soul! (Matthew 10:28). Before we watch TV, we should already have our minds set on the fact that “sin is sin and wrong is wrong” (Psalm 119:97-105). This is exactly why children’s TV should be limited. Enemies that come out in broad daylight brandishing a weapon are much easier to conquer than ones that “sneak” in under cover of darkness. Satan attacks through TV (Ephesians 2:2) by eroding our character, spoiling our innocent pleasures, and cheapening our view of life. He does it so subtly that most are unaware of what is happening (2 Corinthians 11:3). Professors S. Robert Lichter and Stanley Rothman interviewed 240 broadcasters and journalists from national media outlets, such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time magazine, Newsweek, CBS, NBC, ABC, and PBS (1979, 1980). They reported that few broadcasters and journalists are regular churchgoers where 85 percent seldom or never attend. 90 percent agree that a woman has the right to decide for herself whether or not to have abortion. Although most Americans believe that homosexuality is wrong, Lichter and Rothman found that 75 percent of the media elite believe it is okay. The majority (54 percent) do not regard adultery as wrong. The conclusion? “Members of the media elite emerge as strong supporters of sexual freedom or permissiveness.” Should it surprise us, then, that the plot of many prime time shows promotes one or more of the offensive behaviors listed by Paul as keeping one out of the kingdom of heaven, when those who create the programs aren’t offended by them? When you turn on your TV, proceed with caution! (Psalm 32:8; Proverbs 2:1). One youth speaker said, “I never cease to be amazed at the number of students who come from “good homes” and even attend private Christians schools who have watched one or more episodes of a teen soft-porn movie; typically, 60 percent of those whom I’ve surveyed”. It is inconsistent to laugh at and enjoy the very things which prompt God’s anger (Romans 1:32; cf. Colossians 3:1-6). We need to plan for eternity! 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.

Bristle Farms won the open 5 person division at the tourament. Team members from left to right are Jim Holmberg, Brad Bristle, Skeeter Paris, Jason Loecker, and Pat Murphy.

Boone County USBC held 54th annual championship tournament The Boone County USBC (United States Bowling Congress) held their 54th annual championship tournament back in February at Imperial Lanes in Boone and Tiger Bowl in Madrid. Bristle Farms won the open 5 person division. Team members are Brad Bristle, 744; Jim Holmberg, 742; Pat Murphy, 667; Jason Loecker, 748; and Scott Paris, 595. Family Plus One won the women’s division. Team members are Sheri Stephens, 721; Cathy Sward, 651; Tera Barrett, 698; and Penny Porter, 685. Yes Bails Bonds won the open 4 person division. Team members include Anastasia Jennings, 687; Brett Schmidt, 789; Dawn Schwarzenstein, 649; and Randy Holtmyer, 738. Jake Gibbon, 782, and Scott Olsen, 751 won the open division doubles with 1533. Sheri Stephens, 721, and Cathy Sward, 586 won the women division doubles with

1307. Mike Carr won the open division singles with a 748. Sandy Lebeck won the women division singles with a 715. Winners of the mixed doubles were Sandy Lebeck with 762 and Ricky Lebeck with a 665 for a total of 1427. Jake Gibbons won the open division all events with a 2176. Sandy Lebeck won the women’s division all event with a 2102. Troy Brower received the High Scratch Series President’s plaque with a score of 718, the High Scratch Game Secretary’s plaque with a score of 299, the High Handicap Game Director’s plaque with a score of 314, and the Manager’s plaque high scratch all events with a 1937. Brett Schmidt received the High Handicap Series Director’s plaque with a score of 789. Jim Latta, Doug Lutjen and Dave Mitchell all were elected in to the Boone County USBC Hall of Fame.

Cathy Sward and Sheri Stephens won the women’s doubles division. Both of them also won the women’s team division along with two other Family Plus One team members Tera Barrett and Penny Porter.

Ogden Manor news Wednesday, Sept. 4: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Reader’s Theater is at 11 a.m. Water’s Edge Church social time is at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5: 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 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6: Devotions are

at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Ogden 4th Graders are at 10:40 a.m. Resident Council is at 1:30 p.m. Ice Cream Social is at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7: 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, Sept. 8: Catholic time is at 9 a.m. Exercise is at 9:30 a.m. Marge Smalley is at 1:30 p.m.

Monday, Sept. 9: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Hee Haw Channel 65. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Popcorn and Movie at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Reminisce Group is at 10:30 a.m. Bingo at 1:30 p.m. Bingo/Lion’s Club is at 6:30 p.m. Beauty Shop and Nail Grooming Day is on Thursdays.

COMING EVENTS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3Catered dinner is at 12 noon. Election of Officers, McGraw Senior Center. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5Ladies Day is at 12:30 p.m., McGraw Senior Center. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9Stop for a short visit with Sue of the RSVP 55+ Volunteer Program at the Leonard A. Good Community 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.

Library, 208 W. Mulberry, Ogden, Monday’s, 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. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11Fun and games are at 12:30 p.m., McGraw Senior Center. Food Pantry drop-off, open daily, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 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

p.m., McGraw Senior Center. EVERY THURSDAYTOPS Club meets every week on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 119 SW 2nd St., Ogden. Visitors are always welcome. First meeting is free. For details, call Linda Trudo at 515-275-4620, visit www.tops.org or call TOPS Headquarters at 800932-8677 Bible studies are available. Call 2754091 for information. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN BEAVER UMC YOKED PARISH Marjorie Smalley, Pastor Sunday: Church service is at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.

WATER’S EDGE CHURCH “For the Thirsty Soul” 341 W WALNUT

Rick Summerhays, Pastor 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 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,

Registration packets now available

Volunteer for the 8th Annual Dragoon River Romp! September 21, 2013 Free!! Fun!!! Free lunch and t-shirt! Other prizes! Registration packets available on line at www.boonelandfill.org click on Keep Boone County Beautiful or call our office at 515-433-0591 to have one mailed to you.


PAGE FOUR - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Our Town

THE WEEKLY SOCIAL SCENE AND A LOOK BACK ON OUR HISTORY

10 Years Ago From the Sept. 3, 2003 issue Tight end Mike Banks, Ogden, survived the final cuts to become an official member of the Arizona Cardinals’ 53-man NFL football roster, Saturday, Aug. 30, 2003. Seth Reimers, son of Brian and Marci Reimers, Ogden, has graduated from Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) National Advanced Leadership Camp at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, WA. While studying abroad in the spring of 2003, Jennifer Erickson, daughter of Robert and Sue Erickson, made the Central College Dean’s List. Erickson, a 2001 OHS graduate, is a junior at Central. Cale Carlson, a 2002 OHS graduate and son of Keta Carlson, Ogden, is a member of the 2003 William Penn University Statesmen football team in Oskaloosa, IA. Good Connections, Inc., a nonprofit organization that offers supportive services for the mentally challenged, is the recipient of a mini-grant from the Boone County Landfill and the Board of Supervisors, in the amount of $17,455. Ogden Municipal Utilities will stage a public celebration Friday, Sept. 12 in recognition of the 100th anniversary of the electrical department, Supt. Dan Wilson announced today. Missy King, Boone County Naturalist, is inviting anyone in terested, to participate in the 19th annual Haw Watch celebration at Effigy Mounds National Monument.

30 Years Ago From the Sept. 7, 1983 Issue Hospital Corpsman First Class Kathleen K. Brown, the daughter of Charles L. and Marion E. Kimsey of rural Pilot Mound, received a letter of commendation from U.S. Navy Medical Corps Captain R.H. Bodenbender. The commendation recognized her “superb Performance of duty” between July 1980 and July 1983 during her service as the Leading Petty Officer in the Administrative Support Service. Marine Cpl. Alan D. Lingren son of Dale and Maxine Lingren, has departed on a deployment to Okinawa, Japan. He is a member assigned to the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines, 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, Calif. The Ogden High School marching band and flag corps received the second place trophy in the Madrid Centennial parade band competition Monday, Sept. 5. The group, under the direction of Jerry Kinney, will be a part of Saturday’s Pufferbilly parade in Boone. Francis Ballentine did well at recent donkey and mule shows at Boone and the state fair. In Des Moines, Ballentine won a red ribbon in the mini-mule class, 42” - 48” class. At Boone, he earned a blue ribbon in the 2-up hitch class and a red ribbon in the mini-mule halter pair in harness division. The Ogden Boy Scouts, Troop 155 left for a 10-day summer camping experience Aug. 6, at the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation near Osceola, Mo. Scoutmaster Jon Ralston and eight boys, Rhett Bender, Jim Nimmo, Jay Stucki, Kendal Paulsen, Lynn Hornberg, Chris Clausen, Todd Clausen, and a cousin from the Woodward Troop, Andrew Clausen, piled camp boxes and gear into the newly remodeled Scout trailer and bodies and munchies into a van to begin the first leg of the journey. Johnny Orr, head basketball coach at Iowa State University, has agreed to appear Tuesday, Sept. 27, at Eff’s Loung for a Cyclone preseason basketball fire-up. Orr will speak at about 8 p.m., following a dinner, previewing the 1983-84 season and the Big-Eight competition. Seating is available for 150 persons.

60 Years Ago From the Sept. 10, 1953 Issue Plans for the celebration of the 85th anniversary of the founding of the Swede Valley congregation are being completed. Pfc. Raynold W. Johnson stationed at Ocean View Station, Norfolk, VA was selected as “Soldier of the Month.” The selection is based on neatness of uniform, conduct as a soldier, knowledge of his duties and also current events. Sunday, August 30 Harry Paulson of Hayfield, MN was pleasantly surprised with a birthday dinner in his honor at the home of his son, Arlie Paulson, also of Hayfield. Mrs. Burt received word Sunday that her husband, Pfc. William Burt is on his way home after spending 17 months in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. William Pritchard returned home Monday from a 10 day trip through the Badlands, Black Hills, parts of Wyoming and visited with relatives at Scottsbluff, NE.

Wenger graduates from ECC One hundred fifty-nine Ellsworth Community College students completed graduation requirements during the Spring and Summer 2013 terms, and will receive their degrees/diplomas. Jessica Wenger, of Ogden, graduated with an Associate of Arts degree in liberal arts. UTILITIES continued from page five

JeSSI and JaSon LaSS

Sward - Lass wed Jessi Cole Sward and Jason Ryan Lass were united in marriage Saturday, June 29, 2013 at Rock Creek Resort in Red Lodge, MT. Parents of the couple are Alan and Jodi Sward and Don and Deb Rose, all of Ogden. Grandparents of the couple are Gloria Jones, Richard Sward, the late Carroll Jones and the late JoAnn Sward. The bride’s attendants were Erika Otto, matron of honor, Erin Good and Amber Gross, all friends of the bride. Personal attendant was Jordi Rector, cousin of the bride. The groom’s attendants were Brian Higgins, best man, John Wilson and David Tarnow, all friends of the groom.

Ushers were Blane Sward, brother of the bride and Brandon Rose, brother of the groom. Ring bearer was Tyson Ripke, nephew of the groom. Soloist for the ceremony was Tasha Lanz, cousin of the bride. Jessi is a freelance court reporter in Overland Park, KS. Jason works in the purchasing and receiving department at the University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, KS. They currently reside in Overland Park, KS. They will be temporarily relocating to Boone and then moving to the Des Moines area where Jessi will be working for Susan Frye and Associates Court Reporting Services.

Health News . . . 9 of 10 Headaches Are Not In Your Head by Dr. Rick Elbert, Ogden Doctor of Chiropractic

Headaches seem to constantly be in the news. In an issue of Parade, the Sunday newspaper magazine, Dr. Max Murray Braff, M.D., director of New York’s Stuyvesant Polyclinic Headache Clinic, challenged the concept that most headaches are emotional in origin. In his article describing a study of 3,000 patients over a period of 18 years. Dr. Braff reported that in over 90 percent of these cases he found that headache was “a referred symptom caused by mechanical derangement of the cervical spine which in turn produces irritation of one or more of the cervical nerve roots and or intermittent compression of the vertebral artery.” Of course, what dr. Braff is saying in plain language is that nine of ten headaches are due to spinal misalignments. I think the proof of the pudding comes when you see the results that can be obtained in treating a person with a headache problem. Doctors of Chiropractic are often asked by patients about the emotional aspects of headaches. I know of an individual whose comment was essentially . . . “Doctor, I’ve been told headaches are caused by emotional problems but I don’t

consider myself a person who is easily flustered or under any great pressures.” The Doctor of Chiropractic’s

Dr. Rick Elbert

answer to the man was simply that his problem was not emotional but “mechanical.” And mechanical problems can be corrected with proper treatment and care. . .It’s as simple as that. And I would like to warn headache sufferers who rely on pills and painkillers. A headache tablet relieves only temporarily, a headache. When you come right down to it, they’re a poor substitute for what the person with a headache is really after: An end to the headaches, once and for all!

Functional Chiropractic - Dr. Rick Elbert

329 W. Walnut St. Box 337, Ogden • 515-275-4899 www.functional-chiropractic.com

Motor Coach Operator We need full and part-time Des Moines area drivers. Basic qualifications are: • Like to work with groups. • Have a Class A or B CDL with passenger & airbrake endorsement. • Business like appearance. • At least 25 years old. • No DUI in prior 7-yrs. • No more than 3 moving violations in prior 3-yrs. • No more than 1chargeable accident in the prior 3–yrs.

We offer competitive pay and benefits. Applicants should call Trans Iowa Charters at 800-310-6754 or apply on-line at www.transiowa.com/join

CITY OF OGDEN STREET LIGHTS .............. $1,632.12 CUSTOMER REFUND (5), SECURITY DEPOSIT REFUNDS .... $150.38 DANIEL L. WILSON, MILEAGE / LODGING / MATERIAL ........ $525.54 DARRELL HECK, TRUSTEE .... $350.00 DEARBORN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE, INSURANCE EXP. ..... $87.50 DONNA SLOAN-CHRISTENSEN TRUSTEE ............................ $200.00 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING CO. RENTALS ............................... $33.38 EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SYSTEMS INSURANCE EXPENSE ........ $45.50 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO LABOR ................................... $71.25 IA PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM, PAYROLL EXP. $3,857.08 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPENSE ....... $7,693.71 IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE & FINANCE SALES TAX & USE TAX ... $3,983.00 IOWA UTILITIES BOARD ASSESSMENTS ............... $1,538.00 K. A. UNDERGROUND UTILITY, INC. LABOR ................................. $770.00 KRIZ DAVIS COMPANY, MATERIAL / SUPPLIES / LABOR ............ $488.92 LASCO, MATERIAL / LABOR.... $747.60 MATT PARROTT & SONS CO. UNIFORMS ............................ $52.36 MID-STATES SUPPLY CO., INC. MATERIAL............................ $310.41 OGDEN COMMUNITY THEATRE ONE-CALL ADVERTISING .. $125.00 OGDEN FARM & FEED CENTER, MATE RIAL/SUPPLIES / RENTALS $201.94 OGDEN TELEPHONE COMPANY TELEPHONE SERVICE....... $324.40 PAYROLL..PAYROLL EXPENSE 6.21.13 & 7.5.13 ................................ $20,018.52 POSTMASTER, POSTAGE....... $324.57 RANDY S. NEWTON, SAFETY ALLOWANCE / SELF FUNDING ...... $742.87 RESALE POWER GROUP OF IOWA PURCHASE POWERJULY ............................... $73,227.48 RICHARD J. SMITH, TRUSTEE $300.00 SKARSHAUG TESTING LAB. INC. SAFETY EQUIPMENT ......... $137.99 STRAUSS LOCK COMPANY SECURITY ............................. $71.56 STUART C IRBY CO. F-R CLOTHING................. $1,199.50 TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA ............. PAYROLL EXPENSE ....... $1,243.00 TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC. SUPPLIES.............................. $66.10 UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE EXPENSE ...... $495.14 UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO. MATERIAL............................ $793.88 WELLMARK BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD HEALTH INSURANCE ...... $7,482.44 WESCO DISTRIBUTION, INC. MATERIAL............................ $315.65 Total .................................... $131,832.24 A & M LAUNDRY, INC. SUPPLIES.............................. $84.16 BLACK HILLS ENERGY......... NATURAL GAS SERVICE ....................... $29.67 BOONE COUNTY HOSPITAL LABOR ................................... $29.25 BRANDON CRAIGHTON SAFETY ALLOWANCE ............ $4.81 CENTRAL IOWA TRUCK AND TRAILER, LABOR ............. $1,421.93 CENTURY LINK TELEPHONE SERVICE......... $50.80 CITY OF OGDEN SEWER SERVICE ................. $37.83 CLARK’S FOOD MART SUPPLIES.............................. $76.25 HAWKINS WATER TREATMENT TREATMENT CHEMICALS ............... $1,365.44 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO LABOR ................................... $71.25 IOWA DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, PERMIT ....... $288.66 KRIZ DAVIS COMPANY MATERIAL............................ $811.80 MARTIN MARIETTA AGGREGATE MATERIAL......................... $1,165.67 MATT PARROTT & SONS CO. UNIFORMS ............................ $49.22 MIDLAND POWER COOPERATIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE........ $1,923.34 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY, INC. MATERIAL............................ $161.19 OGDEN BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. MATERIAL.............................. $28.89 OGDEN COMMUNITY THEATRE ONE-CALL ADVERTISING .. $125.00 OGDEN FARM & FEED CENTER MATERIAL / SUPPLIES / RENTALS ............................ $539.41 QUICK OIL COMPANY PROPANE CONTRACT ......... $80.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES.............................. $82.98 RANDY S. NEWTON SAFETY ALLOWANCE .......... $70.00 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA HYGIENIC LABORATORY, LABOR ................ $22.00 STRAUSS LOCK COMPANY SECURITY ............................. $32.22 STUART C IRBY CO. F-R CLOTHING................. $1,199.50 TOM WALTERS COMPANY GARBAGE SERVICE............. $55.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE LABOR ................................. $143.75 UNITY POINT CLINIC LABOR ................................... $74.00 UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO. MATERIAL............................ $921.00 VERIZON WIRELESS TELEPHONE SERVICE......... $48.19 VISA WIRELESS INTERNET EQUIPMENT ...... $41.66 WESTRUM LEAK DETECTION LABOR ................................. $500.00 Total ...................................... $11,534.87

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.

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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - PAGE FIVE

2013 Fall Sports

PUBLIC NOTICES

NOBODY COVERS THE BULLDOGS LIKE WE DO!

FOOTBALL HEAD COACH: BRIAN REIMERS Assistant Coaches: Rick Hamilton, Chip Wisecup, Alex Hollingshead All games start at 7 p.m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30-

Woodward-Granger ..........................Here FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6-

Guthrie Center ...................................Here FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13-

Des Moines Christian ........................Here FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20-

Van Meter .................................Van Meter FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 (HOMECOMING - BBQ SUPPER 4:30-6:45)-

Colfax-Mingo .......................................Here

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11-

South Hamilton..................................Here FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18-

Mount Ayr ................................ Mount Ayr FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 (SENIOR PARENT NIGHT -BELGIAN WAFFLE SUPPER 5-7)-

Central Decatur .................................Here WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30-

1st Round of Playoffs....................... TBD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4-

2nd Round of Playoffs ..................... TBD Friday, November 8 - Quarter Finals Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 14-16 - Semi Finals Thursday and Friday, Nov. 21 and 22 - Finals

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4-

Pella Christian ....................................Pella

9th grade/JV TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 AT 6 P.M.-

JR. HIGH THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 4:30-

MONDAY, SEPT. 23 AT 6 P.M.-

Woodward Academy ....................Woodward Greene County .................................Jefferson Prairie Valley ...............................................Here South Hamilton..................................Here

S. Hamilton .................Jewell TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 4:30-

MONDAY, OCT. 7 AT 6 P.M.-

TUESDAY, SEPT. 10 AT 6 P.M. (9TH GRADE)-

SEW-Grand .....................Here THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 4:30-

MONDAY, SEPT. 30 AT 6 P.M. (9TH GRADE THEN JV)-

MONDAY, SEPT. 9 AT 6 P.M.-

SEW-Grand .................................. Burnside Madrid ...................................................... Madrid

W-G ...................................Here

MONDAY, SEPT. 16 AT 6 P.M.-

THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 4:30-

THURSDAY, OCT. 10 AT 7 P.M. (9TH GRADE)-

Van Meter .........................................Van Meter Madrid ...................................................Here MONDAY, OCT. 14 AT 6 P.M..-

THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 AT 6 P.M. (9TH GRADE)-

Humboldt .............................................Here Colfax-Mingo ............................................Colfax

C-M ....................................Here THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 4:30-

CMB ..................................Here THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 4:30-

Madrid ........................ Madrid 8th Grade Games First DICK SMITH, HEAD COACH

VOLLEYBALL

Assistants: Dan Lake, Mike Moses

HEAD COACH: SHANNON ZINNEL Assistant Coach: Dena Boyd TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 at 5 p.m.-

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 (WCAC Scrimmage) at 5 p.m.-

Woodward-Granger ..............Woodward SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, TBD-

Humboldt Tournament ........ Humboldt TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 at 5 p.m.-

South Hamilton...............................Jewell THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 at 5 p.m.-

Colo-NESCO...........................................Here TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 at 5 p.m.-

Guthrie Center ...............Guthrie Center THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 at 5 p.m.-

Woodward-Granger ..........................Here SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 at 9 a.m.-

WC Varsity Tourney ......... Webster City TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 at 5 p.m-

Des Moines Christian ........................Here

Earlham .........................................Earlham MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 at 5 p.m.-

SEW-Grand ....................................... Ogden TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 at 5 p.m.-

West Central Valley ...................... Stuart SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 at 9 a.m.-

SEW-Grand JV Tourney ............Burnside TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 at 5 p.m.-

Van Meter ............................................Here TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 at 5 p.m.-

Panorama ....................................... Panora WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6-

Regionals............................................... TBD Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Quarter Finals Thursday, Nov. 14 - Semi Finals Friday, Nov. 15 - Championships

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 AT 4:15 P.M.-

Perry/7th ...............................Here Perry/8th ......................Perry MS THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 AT 4:30 P.M.-

Greene Co. MS/7th ...............Here Greene Co. MS/8th .... Jefferson

MONDAY, SEPT. 23 AT 4:30 P.M.-

SATURDAY, OCT. 5 AT 9 A.M.-

JH Boone a/b/c ........... Boone MS

8th Grade Conf. Tourney ... TBD

MONDAY, SEPT. 30 AT 4:30 P.M.-

MONDAY, OCT. 7 AT 4:30 P.M.-

Glidden-Ralston ....................Here THURSDAY, OCT. 3 AT 4:15 P.M.-

S. Hamilton/7th ....................Here S. Hamilton/8th .... Jewell Elem.

Prairie Valley ... PV Elementary

MONDAY, OCT. 14 AT 4:15 P.M.-

Coach: Kent Porter

SEW-Grand.......................Boxholm

CROSS COUNTRY HEAD COACH: RYAN KOBLISKA Assistant Coach: Kara Kruse THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 at 5 p.m.-

Madrid/Ogden/Wood. Acad. .... Madrid THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, JH at 5 p.m., HS to follow-

Greene County .........................Jefferson MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, JH at 4:15 p.m., HS at 4:45 p.m.-

Ballard Invitational .......................Huxley THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, JH and HS at 4:30 p.m.-

Panorama Invite ........................... Panora MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, JV at 4:15 p.m., HS at 5 p.m.-

Humboldt .................................. Humboldt THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, JH and JV at 4:30 p.m., HS at 5 p.m. -

Roland-Story ...........................River Bend

OGDEN COMM. SCHOOL BOARD Minutes of a Special Meeting of The Board of Directors of the Ogden Community School District August 27, 2013 I. CALL TO ORDER: The Ogden Board of Education held a special Board meeting Tuesday, August 27, 2013 in the Ogden Community School District Administration Office. Members present included Sally Good, Chet Hollingshead, Camille Schroeder (via phone conference) and Matt Van Sickle. Meeting was called to order by President Chet Hollingshead at 7:09 a.m. Other members present were Brad Jermeland, Superintendent and Kris Van Pelt, Board Secretary. II. AGENDA: Approval of Agenda: Sally Good moved to approve the agenda as presented. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 4-0. III. PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS: Appointments: • Raymond Wisecup, increase FTE from .8 to 1.0 as Title I Instructor • Katie Halbur, Second Grade Instructor, BA+12 Step 1, 179 day contract, $30,225.89, new position for third section due to enrollment numbers • Jessica Neilson, Kindergarten Instructor, BA Step 1, 179 day contract, $29,412.85, new position for third section due to enrollment numbers • Angie Paulson, Elementary 1:1 Associate, $9.24/hour • Holly Thompson, PK 1:1 Associate, increase hours from 9 hours/week to 32.5 hours/week, $13.22/hr • Nicole Wright, MS Assistant Volleyball Coach, Step 1, $1,280, pending results of background check Resignations • Jessica Christensen, 7/8 Softball, effective at the end of the 2013 season • Tim Rons, .5 HS Night Custodian, effective Friday, September 6 Sally Good moved to approve the

personnel recommendations as amended. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 4-0. IV. FORECAST 5 ANALYTICS & FINANCIAL PLANNING PROGRAM Sally Good moved to approve the purchase of Forecast 5 Analytics and Financial Planning Program to assist the district in decision making for budget purposes at a cost of $11,000. The funding will be through the Physical Plant & Equipment Levy. Camille Schroeder seconded the motion. The motion carried 4-0. V. AGREEMENT FOR PAYMENT OF GRANDWOOD PROGRAM COSTS FOR 2013-14: Camille Schroeder moved to approve an agreement for payment between the Woodard-Granger Community School District and Ogden Community School District, to provide special education services through its Grandwood School Program for 2013-14. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 4-0. VI. OTHER: Superintendent Jermeland updated the Board with information on how the transition to the new classroom sections for kindergarten and second grade was being communicated. Parents will be receiving phone calls, a welcome letter will be sent out from the new instructors and an open house will be held on Thursday, August 29. VII. ADJOURN: There was no further business to come before the Board for consideration at this time. Sally Good moved to adjourn. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 4-0. President Chet Hollingshead adjourned the meeting 7:21 a.m. Reports and documents and the full text of motions, resolutions or policies considered by the Board at this meeting are on file in the Board Secretary’s office, 515-275-2894, Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Chet Hollingshead, President Kris Van Pelt, Secretary

Madrid ...................................................Here

Ogden JV Tournament ....................Here

Woodward-Granger.............Here

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.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 at 5 p.m.-

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 at 9 a.m.-

MONDAY, SEPT. 16 at 4:30 P.M.-

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.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, JH and HS at 4:30 p.m.-

Leon Fox Invite................................. Perry TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 at 4:30 p.m.-

South Central Calhoun ........... Lake City THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, JH and HS at 4:30 p.m.-

South Hamilton...............................Jewell THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, JH and HS at 4 p.m.-

WCAC Meet ..................................... Panora THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 at 4 p.m.-

Districts/Regionals............................ TBD Friday, Oct. 25 - Senior Parent Night at football game Saturday, Nov. 2 - State meet at Fort Dodge

OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES July 17, 2013 8:05 AM The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was held on the above date. Present Chm. Darrell Heck, Donna SloanChristensen, Supt. Dan Wilson, Administrative Assistant Linda Sunstrom. Approval of Board Meeting: Heck moved to approve the June 19, 2013 Board Meeting minutes, Sloan-Christensen seconded. Ayes: Heck, SloanChristensen. Additions and Approval of Agenda: An addition to the agenda in regards to an employee disagreement was brought to the attention of the Board by SloanChristensen. Wilson noted it might have to be discussed in a closed meeting. Smith moved to approve the agenda. Heck seconded. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Payment of Bills: Sloan-Christensen moved to approve the payment of the bills. Heck seconded. Ayes: Heck, SloanChristensen, Smith. General Ledger Report: General Ledger report for June 2012 & June 2013, a previous 13 month comparison and a 13 month cash flow comparison were discussed. Engineering Proposals for RICENESHAP upgrades: DGR Engineering was here to gather information for the engine exhaust systems upgrade. Lucky Pig Request: Sloan-Christensen made the motion to allow the Lucky Pig to use the water tower grass area adjoining their property for a celebration with the condition that there would be a fence around the water tower. Smith seconded. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Consumer Confidence Report for 2013: The 2013 Water Quality Report was presented to the Board and discussed. Heck moved to accept and file the CCR Water Quality Report. Sloan-Christensen seconded. This report is available at the Utilities’ office and the City of Ogden’s website. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Water Tower Interior Inspection and Cleaning Proposals: The Board reviewed the proposals of two companies. One company proposed using divers to clean the tower interior and the second is a combination of remote controlled submersible equipment and draining the tower. After discussion the Board agreed that a diver would be the best option to do the cleaning and inspection of the water tower. Motion by Heck, second by Smith to proceed with cleaning the tower interior.

Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. 10 Year Electric System Inspection and Maintenance Program: Sloan-Christensen made the motion to adopt the new 10 year Inspection and Maintenance Program replacing the previous, completed 10 year I & M plan; as required by Iowa Utilities Board regulations. Heck second. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Office Systems Update: Wilson updated the Board on new office computers recently installed. Update on Street Light Poles from 1st & Walnut to SW 6th & Walnut: Wilson presented a packet for decorative poles and lights providing the same level of illumination. Board asked if the City was going to be helping with the cost of this. At this time Wilson is unsure. Sloan-Christensen stated that if the City wanted to upgrade to a more decorative pole they should pay. Smith added that we need to consider upgrading the area on West Mulberry from South 1st or SW 2nd to SW3rd Street with matching poles and fixtures. Reconnection of Transformer T-1, Engines Emission Equipment & Damage Claim Status: Wilson had nothing to report. Department Project Updates: Wilson gave progress and financial updates on listed projects. Noting that the radiator building is in need of repair. Board Member New Business: Board Members signed Policy Adopting APPA Safety Manual adopted at the June 19th meeting. Board members discussed employee actions. Smith wants everything documented and Wilson was asked to develop a policy for employee reprimands. The next meeting is tentatively scheduled for August 21, 2013 at 7:00 a.m. Adjourn: Motion by Heck, second by Sloan-Christensen to adjourn the meeting at 9:33AM. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Sloan. DARRELL HECK, CHAIRMAN DANIEL L. WILSON, SUPT. AIRGAS, SUPPLIES .................... $83.15 BLACK HILLS ENERGY NATURAL GAS SERVICE ..... $641.57 BRANDON CRAIGHTON SAFETY ALLOWANCE ............. $4.81 CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO. RENTALS ............................... $74.00 CENTRAL IOWA TRUCK AND TRAILER LABOR .............................. $1,421.92 UTILITIES please turn to page four


PAGE SIX - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Public Notices

THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF OUR GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

BOONE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS AND CLAIMS August 21, 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 Aug. 14, 2013 meeting. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the agenda as published, noting that the appointment to compensation board for Board of Supervisors was withdrawn because appointee declined. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the Addiction Recovery Month Proclamation. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Board reviewed and placed on file minutes from Boone County Conservation Board meetings from July 8, 2013. Board reviewed and placed on file the FY13 Certification of County Conservation Purposes Support by County Property Taxes Report (REAP Report). Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve pay adjustment for Jami Davidson, part time Communications Dispatcher, Boone County Sheriff’s Department to $14.78 per hour effective July 25, 2013. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing Boone County Digital Data Agreement between Boone County and Peoples Company. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing Applications for 2014 Homestead Tax Credits and Applications for 2014 Military Exemptions as recommended by Boone County Assessor as follows. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Military and Homestead: Joseph R. Rivera, 1135 Aldrich Ave., Boone; Homestead: Amber Morrison, 516 14th St., Boone; Courtney R. Poling, 1022 19th St., Boone; Iola Whitver Life Estate, 111 W 4th St., Unit 206, Boone. Board reviewed and placed on file Report of Commission of Veteran Affairs report for month ending June 30, 2013 & July 31, 2013. Board reviewed and placed on file Report of Commission of Veteran Affairs report for quarter ending June 30, 2013. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve petition to abate $357.00 property taxes on parcel 088426-21-12-82-061 now owned by Boone County. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the Contract for Services between Boy Scouts of America, Mid-Iowa Council located at Camp Mitigwa and Boone County for grant administration for the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Safe Room Grant. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Scott Smith, Landfill Administrator, met with the Board for a department update. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to authorize landfill administrator /recycling coordinator to contract with Majors Concrete to construct a shingles recycling pad cost of $18,400. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to table position description for En-

vironmental Education Specialist, Boone County Landfill. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Steve Kaltenheuser met with the Board to discuss tiling on his property located in-the Joint Drain Boone 28 - Story 1. Bob Kieffer, County Engineer and Scott Kruse, Asst. County Engineer Secondary Road gave a department update. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve signing the Boone County Community Services Contract between Boone County and the consultant Solutions to complete FY13 billings for contracts managed by the Decategorization Program to close out of contracts. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Kelly Wooden, Drug Free Communities Grant Coordinator & Zach Zeutenhorst Update on current paraphernalia trends that law enforcement is dealing with. Rick Lampe, Chief Deputy Sheriff – met with the Board to present the drawdown of lease funds for Narrowband Radio project. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing “Payment Request Form No. 2, authorizing SunTrust Bank acting as escrow agent for SunTrust Equipment Finance & Leasing Corporation to pay Ra-Com Corp $61,661.55 as requested on form and documented by attached invoices. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve secondary road claims 18562 to 18595 and claims 131286 to 131475 totaling $367,740.05, and authorized the issuance of warrants 101894 to 102076 in payment of same. Handwritten warrants 101701 to 101706 totaling $62,832.28 were approved for publication. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. The meeting was adjourned at 3:38 p.m. These minutes were approved this twenty-eighth day of August 2013. Philippe E. Meier Boone County Auditor Claims Listing Aug. 21, 2013 GenerAL BAsiC Fund Board of Health Home Care Services...................8389.00 Garden & Lawn Spring Green Lawn Care ................28.83 Hardware Brekke & Mather ...........................144.60 Willoughby Industries, Inc ............427.93 Minor Mv Parts & Access Farley’s Tire ....................................23.90 Madrid Automotive .......................173.66 MTI Distributing, Inc .....................151.53 NAPA Auto Parts ..........................368.66 R & R Products ...............................68.88 R & W Power ..................................83.53 Van Wall Equip. Inc. ......................266.21 stationery & Forms Home Office .................................431.54 Priority Envelope MI 20 ................186.00 Quill Corporation ..........................149.40 Michael J Sawyer ...........................62.00 Erin C Schriever..............................35.00 Magazines, Period. & Books Clark’s Food Mart ...........................16.96 Jax Mercantile Co ............................8.99 Food & Provisions Fareway ........................................894.26 Polk County Auditor .....................500.00 rent Payments Julie Cho ......................................350.00 Frieda Crane .................................180.00

Judith Schmidt Slumlord Rental.......................400.00 utilities Payments Alliant Energy ..............................1147.09 Black Hills Energy Attn: Julia ........168.65 Midland Power Cooperative .........123.60 Ogden Municipal Utilities .............508.52 Bus Boone Co Transportation .............786.26 sheriff Transportation Boone Co Sheriff ..........................637.20 Funeral services Schroeder Memorial Chapel, Inc ..750.00 shelter Care Youth Shelter Care of N.C.I. .........326.55 Postage & Mailing TotalFunds by Hasler ................10000.00 employee Mileage & subsistence Darcy R Bosch .............................117.90 John Cook, MD ..........................1882.29 Telephone services Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......127.82 Ogden Telephone Co......................29.73 Russell W Stevens ..........................20.00 Webster Calhoun Telephone Co ...149.88 Windstream ..................................101.60 Care of Prisoners Boone News Republican ................98.20 data Processing services Combined Systems Tech, Inc.....5821.14 Home Office .................................202.99 educational & Training service Boone News Republican ................59.40 Mid-America Publishing Corp ........26.00 UnityPoint Clinic .............................37.00 Legal & Court-related services Greene Co Sheriff ...........................50.06 Johnson County Sheriff ..................18.48 Madison County Sheriff ..................41.69 Polk Co Sheriff Civil Division ..........74.56 Medical & Health services Polk Co Medical Examiner ...........150.00 State Medical Examiner .............3292.00 electric Light & Power Alliant Energy ................................212.00 Midland Power Cooperative .......7644.97 Ogden Municipal Utilities .............692.00 Xenia Rural Water District.............240.63 MV equip rep Outside serv Condon’s Services Ltd. ................153.95 Iowa Prison Industries ..................499.29 Top & Body Repair .........................15.89 Building repair Boone Hardware.............................44.04 Card Services ...............................175.90 Carson Electric, Inc ........................81.70 Dick’s Fire Extinguisher ................710.00 Ogden Farm & Feed Center .........475.68 ProBuild - Boone ............................14.56 Wal-Mart Community ...................159.29 Operating & Cons equip rep Moffitt’s Ford ............................24324.60 Office equip & Furn.rep. Combined Systems Tech, Inc.........63.91 Home Office .................................143.18 Secretary of State Notary Publ.......30.00 Machinery & Mech. equip. rent Star Energy ...................................420.00 Cleaning & sanitary Atco International .........................135.00 Caffrey Wholesale, Inc....................99.66 Central Iowa Distributing ..............612.40 Metro Waste Authority ..................414.32 The Portable Pro ..........................550.00 Quill Corporation ............................99.96 Tom Walters Company .................362.00 Walters Sanitary Service.................89.34 David E Weidt ...................................6.42 dues & Memberships Boone Co Bar Association % Joh..75.00 Iowa State Bar Assoc. ....................75.00 Project Harmony.............................75.00 Contrib.-Other Gov. & Organ I A C C V S O ................................120.00 Story Co Auditor ...........................363.00

investigation expense Ray Allen Manufacturing ................64.99 Major Plumbing systems Pritchard Brothers, Inc .................144.00 Capital improvements/Maint Iowa Natural Heritage Found .....5000.00 data Processing equip. Card Services - VISA ......................42.26 Motor Vehicle Moffitt’s Ford ............................21776.00 Skunk River Sports, Inc ................826.50 shop equipment Boone Ace Hardware .....................73.71 CINTAS First Aid & Safety Lock .....56.02 Other equipment/radio, etc Access Systems ...........................136.10 Gen suPP Fund election supplies Matt Parrott & Sons Company .......64.10 data Processing services Secretary of State.......................2683.67 MH-dd serViCes Fund Outpatient Adult Crisis Stabilization Ctr .........450.00 Gabrielle Barloon, MD, PC .............80.00 Central Iowa Recovery .................812.25 Eyerly Ball Mental Health.............. 205.72 Mental Health Center of N IA .......348.64 Prescription Medicine Medicap Pharmacy ......................140.00 residential Care Facility Dallas Co Care Facility ...............7254.00 Genesis Development ................9242.78 Mallard View, Inc ........................2612.06 Partnership for Progress...............742.00 The Pride Group, Inc ..................3220.28 Hospital St Luke’s Methodist Hospital .....1353.00 representative Payee Genesis Development ..................130.88 Home Instead Senior Care ...........212.00 supported Community Living Genesis Development ................9078.78 Mainstream Living ......................1220.80 Other Transportation Adult Crisis Stabilization Ctr .........144.95 Boone Co Transportation .............898.80 HIRTA Public Transit .....................419.90 sheltered Workshop services Genesis Development ..................916.47 Work Activity services Genesis Development ................3557.27 Adult day Care Genesis Development ................4775.81 Home Care Services.....................300.00 supported employment services Genesis Development ................3660.55 enclave Genesis Development ..................931.60 Legal representation Johnson Law Firm, PC .................300.00 Jordan & Mahoney Law Firm, PC.150.00 Mental Health Advocates Karl G Schaudt .............................361.88 Other Human resources services Central Iowa Recovery .................769.50 Home Instead Senior Care ...........219.38 educational & Training service Card Services - VISA ....................583.05 data Processing equip. Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......127.82 rurAL serV BAsiC Fnd stationery & Forms Home Office .................................123.08 Official Pub.& Legal not. Boone News Republican ..............127.16 Mid-America Publishing Corp ........27.82 Animal Bounties Boone Area Humane Society .......960.03 infrastructure & Other imp. McClure Engineering ....................461.54 seCOndAry rOAd Fund Herbicides/dust Cont. Chemical Jerico Services, Inc. .....................855.50 Cover Aggregate & sand

Boxholm City Clerk.......................261.16 Fraser City Clerk ...........................385.41 Iowa One Call .................................19.80 Martin Marietta Aggregates ..........536.47 Pilot Mound City Clerk .................607.10 Stratford Gravel, Inc. ................67732.79 Traffic & street sign Material Iowa Prison Industries ................1064.80 Bridge/Culvert - CMP Van Sickle Construction Co........1089.00 Fuels Martin Oil Wholesale ................53108.44 safety items Boone Co Hospital Clinics ...........135.00 Iowa Dept of Transportation ...........48.00 UnityPoint Clinic ...........................148.00 Minor Mv Parts & Access Card Services ...............................121.16 Carquest .........................................32.35 Force America ..............................262.77 Hull Plumbing & Heating, Inc..........14.98 Iowa Dept of Transportation ...........51.97 Mid Country Machinery, Inc. ........356.20 MNG, Inc. .......................................39.00 Modeland Machine & Welding......104.84 Rueters ...........................................28.85 Snap-On Tools..............................137.00 Zee Medical Service Co. ..............112.60 Telephone services Windstream ..................................105.00 electric Light & Power Alliant Energy ................................350.50 Black Hills Energy ...........................60.75 Midland Power Cooperative ...........56.78 Water use Xenia Rural Water District...............46.80 MV equip rep Outside serv Modeland Machine & Welding......198.00 Reflections Glass & Mirrors ............42.99 Office equip & Furn. rep. Tyler Technologies, Inc ...............1422.78 Buildings Door & Fence Store, Inc ...............817.50 Grainger Parts ..............................658.50 roads Manatt’s Inc. .............................36007.29 Task Force Task Force expense Menards .....................................3499.00 JAiL COMMissAry Fund Motor Vehicle Moffitt’s Ford ............................22954.00 Attorney drug Prosecution educational & Training service Card Services - VISA ......................42.25 GrAnT FisCAL AGenT Fund Other / Misc expense Card Services - VISA ..................1358.44 Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......191.74 D & H Associates......................15000.00 Zachary R Zeutenhorst .................162.07 County Comm serv. Case Mngt. Custodial supplies Madison Co Treasurer ....................46.48 stationery & Forms Madison Co Treasurer ....................84.76 utilities Payments Madison Co Treasurer .................240.47 employee Mileage & subsistence Brian Drey .......................................60.30 Donna Schaaf ...............................115.52 Kimberly Schomaker ......................62.10 Erin C Schriever............................235.80 Telephone services Madison Co Treasurer ..................290.24 Erin C Schriever..............................30.00 educational & Training service County Case Mngt Service ..........170.00 Office equip & Furn. rep. Madison Co Treasurer ....................82.80 Buildings Madison Co Treasurer ..................178.23 data Processing equip. Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......830.86 e911 surcharge

Telephone services CenturyLink ..................................675.34 Miscellaneous expense Racom ..........................................101.30 Other equipment/radio, etc Emergency Services Marketing C ............................725.00 emergency Management stationery & Forms Home Office ...................................83.99 utilities Payments DISH .............................................656.64 MV equip rep Outside serv Arnold Motor Supply ......................82.99 Boone Co Treasurer........................57.78 Other equipment/radio, etc Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......183.11 Co Conserv. Trust Capital improvements/Maint David T Anthoney PE & LS .........2340.00 Landfill Trust Ground Water Tax expenses Bee & Herald Publishing.................25.00 Big Green Umbrella Media, Inc ....475.00 Genesis Development ..................344.60 K W B G........................................692.00 Landfill Fuels Boone Co Treasurer........................85.12 The End Zone .................................43.65 Martin Oil Wholesale ................14475.02 Operating expense Arnold Motor Supply ......................21.99 Boone Co Hospital Clinics ...........181.00 Boone Hardware.............................87.39 Card Services - VISA ....................116.90 Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......178.60 Culligan Water Conditioning ...........31.35 G & K Services .............................778.46 Moeller Electric .............................565.42 Peoples Clothing Store.................157.00 ProBuild - Boone ............................95.95 Springer Pest Solutions ..................85.00 Total Choice Shipping ......................9.32 UnityPoint Clinic .............................74.00 stationery & Forms Home Office ...................................68.78 recreational supplies Boone News Republican ..............216.00 Official Pub. & Legal not. Boone News Republican ..............126.00 educational & Training service Liberty Tire Recycling, LLC ..........553.37 Picketts Salvage ...........................245.00 engineering services Ahlers, Cooney,P.C. ......................208.34 HLW Group, LLC ........................1982.50 All utilities Coe Transfer, Inc...........................294.93 Fixed Plant equipment repair Mid-Iowa Solid Waste Equipment ....................470.97 Operating & Cons equip rep Al-jon Manufacturing, LLC ...........152.90 Arnold Motor Supply ....................870.40 The Cutting Edge .........................515.00 Midwest Re-Con LLC .................2922.52 Pat Clemons Inc .............................38.82 Road Machinery & Supplies .......1610.67 Ziegler Inc. ..................................5934.59 dues & Memberships Card Services - VISA ......................10.00 Water/sewer structures Rose Construction........................355.00 equipment Purchases Poynette Iron Works, Inc ............8550.00 equipment rental Charges Capital City Equipment Co. ............89.00 Health ins Premium Payroll Holding Acct BC Treasurer / Flex Benefits .......2206.14 CO eMPLOyee WeLLness Fund Hy Vee ............................................12.01 GrAnd TOTAL ......................430572.33

BOONE COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT Monday, August 12 10:06 p.m.: A person called from the 500 block of 170th St. to report her neighbors dogs are on her property and would not let leave for work. Deputy Fangman responded to the area, located the owners, who retrieved their dogs and confined them to their own property. Tuesday, August 13 12:49 a.m.: Deputy Fangman was on routine patrol in 220 block of 229th Pl. and located two individuals at the Western Edge Clothing store. After a brief investigation the two individuals were also the owners of the store. 1:01 a.m.: Deputy Fangman while on patrol in the 2300 block of 230th St. located an open door to a trailer and a truck located at a business in the area. The area was checked and the doors secured. 10:25 a.m.: The BCSO received a call of a an accident in the 1100 block of Highway 30. Deputy Gray arrived and investigated the accident. There were no injuries and accident remains under investigation. 11:45 a.m.: Deputy Gray arrested James Kinsey on a warrant from Boone County for probation violation. 4:29 p.m.: The BCSO took a 911 call of an accident with some injuries just east of Airport Road. Deputy Gray, the BFD and ambulance responded to the accident. The injuries were minor, and the accident remains under investigation. Wednesday, August 14 8:25 a.m.: A person called from Pilot Mound to report that her daughter was bitten by a dog. Deputy Gray began an investigation into the incident. Thursday, August 15 6:05 a.m.: The Story County Sheriff’s Office called and advised they have a James Perry in custody on a Boone County warrant. 1:03 p.m.: The BCSO assisted the Boone Police Department with a domestic situation in the 100 block of Ringold. 2:49 p.m.: A person called to

report some cattle out in the 1500 block of H Ave. Deputy Gray and Chief Bailey were able to get the cattle back into the fenced area. 4:39 p.m.: Deputy Gray responded to a report of a dog attack in the 300 block of 335th St. The person advised the deputy that he was not bitten but was injured in the altercation. Deputy Gray began an investigation into the incident. Friday, August 16 5:02 a.m.: The BCSO assisted the Boone Police Department with a domestic situation in the 800 block of Keeler. BPD arrested one individual who was transported to the BCJ. Tuesday, August 13 1:01 a.m.: Deputy Fangman while on patrol in the 2300 block of 230th St. located an open door to a trailer and a truck located at a business in the area. The area was checked and the doors secured. 10:25 a.m.: The BCSO received a call of a an accident in the 1100 block of Highway 30. Deputy Gray arrived and investigated the accident. There were no injuries and accident remains under investigation. 11:45 a.m.: Deputy Gray arrested James Kinsey on a warrant from Boone County for probation violation. 4:29 p.m.: The BCSO took a 911 call of an accident with some injuries just east of Airport Road. Deputy Gray, the BFD and ambulance responded to the accident. The injuries were minor, and the accident remains under investigation. Wednesday, August 14 8:25 a.m.: A person called from Pilot Mound to report that her daughter was bitten by a dog. Deputy Gray began an investigation into the incident. Thursday, August 15 6:05 a.m.: The Story County Sheriff’s Office called and advised they have a James Perry in custody on a Boone County warrant. 1:03 p.m.: The BCSO assisted the Boone Police Department with a domestic situation in the 100 block of Ringold.

2:49 p.m.: A person called to report some cattle out in the 1500 block of H Ave. Deputy Gray and Chief Bailey were able to get the cattle back into the fenced area. 4:39 p.m.: Deputy Gray responded to a report of a dog attack in the 300 block of 335th St. The person advised the deputy that he was not bitten but was injured in the altercation. Deputy Gray began an investigation into the incident. Friday, August 16 5:02 a.m.: The BCSO assisted the Boone Police Department with a domestic situation in the 800 block of Keeler. BPD arrested one individual who was transported to the BCJ. 8-18-2013 9:28 PM. The BCSO assisted the Woodward Police Department with a search for walk away from the Woodward State Hospital. 3:19 p.m.: A person called to report possible animal neglect in the 1100 block of XL Ave. Deputy Gray checked on the complaint and found the animals to well feed watered and had shelter. 7:30 p.m.: The BCSO conducted a special enforcement project on the High Trestle Trail. 8:03 p.m.: The Ames Police Department called and advised they have Brian Moran stopped and he is wanted out of Boone County for fail to appear. Deputy Twigg picked him up from the Ames Police and transported to the BCJ. 10:09 p.m.: A person called the BCSO to report a vehicle that was doing a poor job of driving at United Community School. The vehicle was located and stopped at T Ave. and Highway 30. After a brief investigation it was determined the driver may be under the influence and was taken to the BCJ for further testing. Also located in the vehicle was a loaded handgun. Saturday, August 17 6:36 p.m.: The Union Pacific called to report some juveniles on the tracks at 200th and Juneberry Rd. Deputies located the juveniles who were warned to stay off the bridge. 6:55 p.m.: A person called to re-

port that her daughter was bitten by a dog and the dog escaped it’s collar and left. Sgt. Wingate and Deputy Zuetenhorst assisted the Madrid Police Department in searching for the dog. The dog was located in the 300 block of 334th St. and taken to the humane society. The child was taken by ambulance to a hospital in Des Moines. 10:46 p.m.: Sgt. Wingate investigated an accident at Highway 17 and 210th St. There were no injuries. Sunday, August 18 7:28 a.m.: The Greene County Sheriff called and asked for assistance from the BCSO to locate an individual who may have been involved in a personal injury accident. Deputy Pontius went to Pilot Mound to attempt to locate, but was not able to make contact. The case is still under investigation. Monday, August 19 7:50 a.m.: A person called to report that she heard some noises on her property last night and wanted a deputy to check for the missing juvenile from Woodward. Deputy Pontius checked the area and found nothing. 8:53 a.m.: The BCSO checked several areas in southwestern Boone County for the missing juvenile but was unable to locate the subject at any of the addresses. 6:28 p.m.: The BCSO received a 911 call from a person who was thrown from a horse along with her brother. She stated that both were injured and the other person could not get up. Deputy Fangman responded along with the Ogden First Responders. 9:51 p.m.: The BCSO received a call of a car doing a poor job of driving at the 143 mm on Highway 30. Deputy Quinn located the vehicle and stopped it at Airport Road and Technology Drive. After a brief investigation the person driving the vehicle was not impaired and was allowed to leave. 11:44 p.m.: A person called to report that his son called him and made some suicidal threats and may be headed to Ledges State Park. All officers in Boone County were made

aware of the situation and began a search for the individual. Officer from the BCSO and the BPD eventually located the individual, and after a brief investigation Scott Kendall was arrested on a drug violation. Tuesday, August 20 10:00 a.m.: The Monona County Sheriff’s office advised the BCSO they have a Jesus Silva in custody on their charges, and he is also wanted out of Boone County on a warrant. Monona County will advise when they are completed with their charges. 2:02 p.m.: Deputy Pontius arrested John Wallace on a warrant from Boone County for probation revocation. He was transported to the BCJ. 6:18 p.m.: A person called to report that she had been scammed by someone claiming to be from Windows Seven. She gave her credit card number and 15 minutes later $300 was missing from her account. The BCSO cautions people to never give your account number or any personal information to anyone over the phone. Wednesday, August 21 1:24 a.m.: Deputy Fangman was checking businesses in the 2100 block of 232nd Ln. and discovered a vehicle at the business with all the doors open. After a brief investigation, the business was secured, and no one was found in the area. 7:36 a.m.: A person called to report that he rolled his vehicle at 315th and Rose Rd. He advised he was not injured but was trapped in his vehicle. After a few minutes, a person stopped and got him out of the car. The driver Quinton Erickson had minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. The accident remains under investigation. 2:05 p.m.: The BCSO took several 911 calls of an accident at 5th and Main in the city of Boone. OFficers from the BCSO assited with the investigation. 3:15 p.m.: A person called from Luther stating that her friend left the residence in Luther and was suicidal and may have taken an overdose of prescribed medication.

An employee at Ledges State Park located the individual and Deputy Pontius went to the area in the park. Deputy Pontius requested an ambulance for the person, and he was later transferred to the hospital. 11:44 p.m.: A person called to report a car accident with injuries at 190th and Highway 17. Deputy Pontius responded along with the Iowa State Patrol. The ISP covered the accident. The injuries turned out to be minor. Thursday, August 22 9:36 a.m.: Deputy Pontius began an investigation into a stolen ATV from the 500 block of T Ave. 11:42 a.m.: The BCSO received several calls of a semi rollover at Highway 17 and Highway 30 with some injuries. Deputies later determined there were no injuries. A semi loaded with seed corn turned too fast onto the eastbound on ramp causing the load to shift which tipped the semi on it’s side. Charges are pending. Friday, August 23 6:47 p.m.: The Hamilton County Sheriff Office received a call from a person in the 100 block of R Ave. stating they wanted to hurt themselves. Deputies from the BCSO and the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office responded and were able to talk the person to getting some assistance. No injuries were reported. Saturday, August 24 6:58 a.m.: A person called to report a person passed out behind the wheel of his car at Lincolnway and Highway 30. Deputies responded and found Michael Helmrichs. After a brief investigation Mr. Helmrichs was arrested for public intoxication. 7:33 p.m.: A person called to report that she had struck a back hoe at 210th and G Ave., and there were injuries. A car driven by Danielle Titus struck a back hoe that was operated by Dennis Wisecup. Wisecup was flown from the scene to Des Moines. The accident remains under investigation. 11:42 p.m.: The BCSO took a report of a man falling on the bike trail. Deputies responded to the area


The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - PAGE SEVEN

Remember to vote! The Ogden Community School Board election is

Tuesday, Sept. 10

at the Leonard A. Good Community Library Polls open at 12 noon and close at 8 p.m.

HEALTH

To your Motif of the special hand made quilt up for raffle at the show

Boone County Historical Society to celebrate 20th annual quilt show Quilts of all kinds will adorn the walls of the Boone County Historical Society, 602 Story St., on Pufferbilly weekend, Sept. 6, 7 and 8, when the society hosts its 20th annual quilt show. Doors will open at 9 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and close at 5 p.m. On Sunday, doors will open at noon and close at 4 p.m. with the raffling of a hand quilted, hand appliquéd quilt made especially for the show by the Boone County Historical Society Quilters. An admission fee of $5 will be charged “The theme this year is Favorite Quilts, which includes old and new bed quilts of all sizes, table runners, wall hangings, pillows, quilted clothing, even quilted and stuffed animals,” the Historical Society’s Executive Director, Pamela Schwartz, said. “Visitors may be surprised to see the variety of quilted items on display.”

A unique feature of the quilt show is the use of artifacts from the Society’s collections to accent the quilt displays. “Quilting is both a time honored craft and a contemporary one and our show blends both traditions,” Schwartz explained. “It is particularly fitting that the show is held in our century plus building, which itself has been repurposed from a Masonic Temple into a museum. Just as the quilt show, with its old and new quilts, reflects a continuing tradition, the use of an old building in a new way also reflects bringing the past into the present.” she noted. Visitors to the quilt show can relax in the Historical Center’s lower level, chat with fellow quilters, enjoy quilting demonstrations, and read quilting books and magazines. They also can purchase fabric, quilting

supplies, and books and magazines at the huge quilters’ rummage sale. Visitors will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite quilt and a smaller quilted item. They may even win a door prize and have the chance to bid on some special silent auction items. Raffle tickets for the special quilt made for the show can be purchased for $1 per ticket or $5 for six from now through the show. All proceeds are used to benefit the programs of 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.

BCH and its clinics transition to new electronic medical record Over the past nine months, Boone County Hospital (BCH) has implemented a new electronic medical record (EMR) at the hospital and is currently transitioning to an EMR at the BCH clinics. The federal government believes the benefit of the electronic medical record will transform the U.S. health care system. They have placed requirements for hospitals and physicians to implement an EMR within a certain time frame and have tied incentives and penalties based on implementation. Boone County Hospital went live on Phase I of the EMR implementation in January 2013. Phase I included the billing, scheduling, Emergency Room, inpatient nursing documentation and outpatient ancillary documentation. Currently, the physician clinics—OB/GYN, Orthopedic and General Surgery Clinics at BCH, Boone County Family Medicine in Boone and Ogden, and the Madrid Family Practice Clinic, are implementing the EMR. “The clinic staff has been working hard to build a quality system that will meet the needs of the physicians and other care providers,” says Kim Schwartz, BCH Administrator of Physician Clinics. “Most

importantly, they’ve kept patient care the primary objective as they’ve set up the system. Even with lots of careful planning, we anticipate the clinics will initially not be able to see as many patients daily as are scheduled during a typical day. The physician’s schedules have been reduced to allow them time to become accustomed to the new system while still providing quality care to their patients.” What does this mean for the patients of the BCH Clinics? For any visits after Sept. 1, 2013, the physicians and nurses will be documenting on the computer either during or after a patient visit. When prescribing medications, the physicians will send prescriptions electronically, called e-prescribing, to the pharmacy of the patient’s choice. The benefit of e-prescribing is prescriptions will most likely be ready for patient’s when they go to the pharmacy. After each patient appointment, the front desk will print a summary of the patient’s visit outlining the medical diagnosis and treatment, as well as the patient’s next appointment time, if scheduled. What’s next? BCH will continue making changes including imple-

mentation of a new operating room documentation system, inpatient computerized physician order entry, and a patient portal that will allow patients to have access to their medical information online. BCH is embracing the changes and feels there are many advantages to an EMR including: • Accurate, up-to-date, and complete patient information at the point of care. • Quick access to patient records for more coordinated care. • Secure information that can be shared with patients and other clinicians. • Safe, reliable prescribing of medications. • Legible, complete documentation. • Enhanced patient privacy and security. • Increased safety and quality of care. The hospital and clinics are excited about the new electronic medical record and what it means for staff as well as patients. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we transition from a paper medical record to an electronic medical record.

2011 BOONE COUNTY FAIR LIVESTOCK AUCTION AUCTION SUPPORTERS A&M Services Arnold Motor Supply Boone Barber Boone County Farm Bureau Boone Hardware Boone Vet Hospital Condon’s Services & Towing Crop Production Services Dakin Ag Denny’s Collision & Repair

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King Livestock, Marshall & Jean King Kruck Plumbing McDonalds Members First Credit Union Nerem & Associates Peoples Clothing Quam Insurance Ridge Port Locker

AUCTION BUYERS Don Kline Farms Paul & Jenny Savits King Farms, Jon King Lynch Auction TCS Auctions Randy Good Henkel & Associates Kirk Quinn Law Firm

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Programs & Services A Sweet Program... Reduce your risk of diabetes September 17, 7 p.m., BCH 4th Floor Conference Room. Find out how you can take small steps to prevent or delay the diagnosis of diabetes. Learn about healthy eating & physical activity, as well as other factors that play a role in diabetes prevention. Call 433-8624 to register. Alzheimer’s Support Group September 3, 6 p.m., Westhaven, Boone. Kay Vanags,Aging Resources of Central Iowa, will be the guest speaker. This group meets the first Tuesday of every month. If you have questions, call Angela Lewis, Beckwith Family Adult Day Services, 432-2275. Anticoagulation Management Service Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., BCFM. This service is offered to patients taking Coumadin who need checked on a regular basis. To schedule an appointment, call Boone County Family Medicine, 432-2335. Beckwith Family Adult Day Services Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The program offers a home-like environment with fun activities, noon meals & individualized care for adults 55 years of age & older who do not need 24 hour care, but cannot be left alone for long periods of time. Call 432-2275. Blood Pressure Checks, FREE � BCH Specialty Clinic Every Friday, 8 a.m. to Noon, BCH. � Madrid Family Practice Clinic, Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8 to 9 a.m., MFPC. No appointment is necessary. Boone Community Blood Drive September 9, 1 to 6 p.m., BCH 4th Floor Conference Room. To schedule an appointment to give blood, call (800) 287-4903. Sponsored by the BCH Auxiliary. Boone County Nutrition Programs Boone County provides meals to individuals 60-plus & older throughout the county. For

more information on the Home Delivered Meal & Congregate Meal Programs, call 432-1127. CPR Classes CPR classes are provided as requested. Call 433-8190. Cancer Early Detection Program The program is for lowincome, uninsured or underinsured women who earn less than the set income guidelines & are between the ages of 50 to 64. For more information, call 432-1127 & ask for Katie Hagan. Car Seat Safety Checks If you would like a car seat safety technician to check your child’s car seat & make sure it’s installed correctly, call 433-8196 to schedule a time. Childbirth Education September 14, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., BCH 4th Floor Conference Room. Covered topics are childbirth preparation, infant care & breastfeeding. Lunch is provided. Wear comfortable clothes and bring two pillows. Call 433-8400 to register. Diabetes Education Classes If you have diabetes & would like to attend our education classes, please talk to your physician about referring you to the Boone County Hospital Diabetes Center. Call 433-8624. Diabetes Support Group September 19, 4 p.m., BCH 4th Floor Conference Room. Program topic is “Managing Acute Illness and Over-theCounter Medications” presented by Emily Jensen, BCH Pharmacy. No preregistration required. Educating & Empowering U September 17, Noon, BCH 4th Floor Conference Room. The program is “Part D Drug Plans and Open Enrollment” and will be presented by Sharon Dowd Jasa, Senior Health Insurance Information Program Volunteer. Learn how to decipher the answers to the many Medicare drug plans available. Lunch will be served. To register for this free program, call Sara Behn, 433-8470 or email her at sbehn@bchmail.org.

First Aid Classes This OSHA approved course will teach participants how to initially respond to medical emergencies & injuries. For scheduled dates & to preregister, call 433-8190. Gifts Galore Gift Shop Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 433-8190. Home Care Services Provides a wide range of home care & health promotion programs to better the community’s healthcare. For more information, call 432-1127. Lab Wellness Profiles Offered seven days a week, 6:30 to 10:30 a.m., BCH Lab. Seven different blood tests are available. Cost is low; no insurance filed. Call 433-8170. Masquerade Jewelry Sale September 17, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., BCH Atrium. All jewelry & gift items are $5. The event is sponsored by the BCH Auxiliary. Outpatient Nutritional Services A BCH dietitian can provide you with a nutritional needs assessment, help you develop healthier eating habits, plan healthy menus & lose weight. Call 433-8624. SHIIP A SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program) volunteer is available to assist you with your Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. To schedule an appointment, call 432-1127. Sibling Class September 18, 6 p.m., BCH 4th Floor Conference Room. This sibling class for 2 to 10 year olds helps children prepare & accept the arrival of a newborn. To register, call the Birth Center at 433-8400. Tdp (TetanusDiphtheria-Pertussis) Vaccine Boone County Public Health is now offering the adult Tdap vaccine. Cost is $52. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 432-1127. “Like” Boone County Hospital on Facebook!

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OGDEN POLICE REPORT

Saturday, August 24 1:15 a.m.: Officer received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the driveway at 414 E. Walnut St. The vehicle was gone upon officer’s arrival. 10:35 a.m.: Officer received a report of a suspicious male near the N.W. 7th St. railroad crossing. The officer spoke with the subject and discovered he was a railroad enthusiast who was taking pictures of passing trains. 7:38 p.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Deputies, Ogden First Responders, Ogden Fire Department, Boone County Ambulance and Life Flight with a two vehicle accident resulting in personal injury in the 600 block of 210th St.

8:45 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of dogs barking at 425 Peterson Dr. There was nobody home at the residence. 8:58 p.m.: Officer received a report of debris in the roadway in the 400 block of E. Walnut St. The officer was unable to locate any debris. 9:45 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of juveniles knocking on the door at 314 S.W. 4th and running away. Sunday, August 25 2:20 a.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Deputy, Ogden Fire and First Responders, and Boone County Ambulance with a single vehicle accident resulting in personal injury in the 700 block of 216th.

7:48 p.m.: Officer received a complaint reference a careless bicyclist in the 500 block of E. Walnut St. Officer spoke to the bicyclist. Monday, August 26 9:57 a.m.: Officer received a complaint of debris in the roadway in the 700 block of 216th St. 10:15 a.m.: Officer did a welfare check on a subject at 513 Jones S.W. 2nd St. 10:46 a.m.: Officer assisted a lost motorist in the 500 block of W. Walnut St. 6:47 p.m.: Officer responded to a domestic assault at 220 S.W. 4th St. Officer arrested Cord Anderson, 23, of Ogden for alleged domestic abuse assault and interference with official acts.

9:57 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a domestic dispute occurring in a car while traveling. Officer was unable to locate. 10:50 p.m.: Officer received a report of a stolen wallet from the Ogden Manor. Tuesday, August 27 8:24 a.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First responders at 125 W. Maple St. Wednesday, August 28 8:38 a.m.: An Ogden resident notified officer that he located a purple 20� Mongoose bicycle outside of his residence. The subject said he would keep the bike until somebody claimed. 11:12 a.m.: Officer received a complaint from Boone Area Hu-

mane Society of ducks without water at a residence in Ogden. The officer went to the residence in question and could see no ducks on the property. Thursday, August 29 2:00 a.m.: Officer received a complaint of a possible breaking and entering in progress at 113 S.W. 3rd St. Officer found ex-boyfriend of female who lives at residence attempting to climb in window. The female did not want charges filed and the officer advised the male subject to leave the residence, as the female did not want him there. These charges are merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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PAGE TEN - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 4, 2013

END of Summer SAVINGS!

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

275-2403

STEAK

IOWA CHOPS

1

3

99 lb.

CURLY’S PULLED IN BBQ SAUCE 16 oz. ctn.

4 359

79

Chicken, Beef, Pork...... SHUR FRESH BONELESS lb.

SIERRA MIST, ORANGE CRUSH, MT. DEW, REG., DIET, OR CHERRY

TOP SIRLOIN

THICK CUT

TYSON BONELESS SKINLESS 12 oz. pkg.

1 139

39

Thighs............................

HORMEL HOT & SPICY, OR MAPLE 12 oz. pkg.

JOHNSONVILLE BRATS OR 12-14 oz. pkg.

OSCAR MAYER MEAT, BUN LENGTH, OR 16 oz. pkg.

Smoked Sausage...

Jumbo Wieners.....

JOHN MORRELL 12 oz. pkg.

TENDER BIRD GRILLED OR BREADED lb.

259 59 Breast Fillets or Tenders 3 ...

PORK CHOPS

STEAK

39

FLAVOR CRISP

2

12

CHEF sALAD

lb.

PoPCoRN CHiCKEN

PEANUT BUTTER CRYSTAL LIGHT DRINK MIX OR

ON THE GO PACKETS

3 79 2 49 2 8-ct. pkg.

6 oz. ctn.

FRESH, TASTY

MRS. GERRY’S

sEAFooD PAstA HOT TO GO!

1 6 1

Jo Jo PotAtoEs

each

3

6

DOLE CRISP stalk

Celery........................... CALIFORNIA FRESH bunch

.89 199

Broccoli........................

2

99

NAKED 100% 15.2 oz. btl.

10.5 oz. pkg.

500 169

Juice.........................2/

GURLEY’S ROASTED IN-SHELL lb.

Peanuts........................

lb.

FOLGERS

15 oz. can

00

710 ml.

32 oz. btl.

PASTA

4/

12-16 oz.

5.685.96 oz.

FROZEN

20-24 oz. sqz.

59 oz. ctn.

COW BELLE ICE CREAM BARS OR 57 oz. box

SHUR FINE PIECES & STEMS 4 oz. can

SHUR FRESH 12.4 oz. tube

TOTINO’S 17.4-19.8 oz. bag

VELVEETA 11.6-13.6 oz.

BAILEY’S 16 oz. btl.

TAI PEI 12-14.2 OZ.

I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S NOT BUTTER, PROMISE, OR BRUMMEL & BROWN

2

BEEF STEW

2

69

69

12 oz.

PASTA SAUCE

Check Out Our NEW Expanded Section of Liquid Coffee Creamers and Iced Coffee!

10-20 oz.

400 49 Bleach.................1 00 Toothpaste......2/3

Chunk Meat....3/ DOMESTIX LIQUID 64 oz. btl.

COLGATE 6.4 oz.

00

24 oz. jar

BEER

13

68

BIG 18-pk. cans 16 oz.

DAWN LIQUID DISH WASHING

TIDE ULTRA 2X LIQUID

LAUNDRY ICE BEER DETERGENT DETERGENT NATURAL LIGHT OR

plus dep.

7

50

12-pk. cans

12 in. pkg.

Coffee Lover’s

HORMEL BEEF TAMALES OR 5-15 oz. can

KEYSTONE LIGHT

6

8 oz., 2-7.5 oz. or 15 oz. tub

COMPLEATS OR DINTY MOORE

SPAM

DIGIORNO STUFFED CRUST

2

HUNGRY JACK PANCAKE AND 28-32 oz.

HORMEL

29

5 2/3 00

16 oz. box

JOSE OLE BREAKFAST BURITOS OR 4-5 oz. pkg.

FRANCESCO RINALDI BARILLA

POTATO SALTINES CRISPS SHUR FINE

DAIRY

lb.

All types of exposures, CD’s enlargements and copy craft!

4

WATER GATORADE BEVERAGE ASSORTED

BETTER OATS INSTANT 4.9-7.55 oz. box

We do film developing

00

PROPEL ENHANCED

A-E REG. OR YO-LITE 4-6 oz. ctn.

HUNGRY JACK MICROWAVE BTL. 27.6 oz.

9.75-10.5 oz. bag

7.5-9 oz. bag

HORMEL DECAF OR CHILI WITH COFFEE BEANS

14.5 oz. can

ea.

tostitos

00

3/

lb.

CHERUB TOMATOES

4.9-6.8 oz. box

ASSORTED

PotAto CHiPs

22.6 oz. - decaf 33.9 oz. - coffee

BARTLETT PEARS

NATURE SWEET

lb.

.59 Chimichangas......99 2 49 99 Ketchup..............99 Orange Juice......3 Ice Cream Sandwiches....2 19 Mushrooms........79 29 99 Pizza Rolls.........3 Cinnamon Rolls..1 29 49 79 Skillet..................2 Chinese Entrees.. 2 Coffee Creamer...1 79 00 Rice-A-Roni.....4/5 PIZZA 49 SPREAD 69 Syrup...................2 99 99 49 Waffle Mix...........1 39 Oatmeal.....10/1000

tENDERLoiN

ASSORTED RUFFLES

7

8-qt. or 10 ct.

.99

CALIFORNIA SWEET, JUICY

1

29

SPIN BLEND 32 oz. jar

SPECIAL OF THE DAY SERVED HOT TO GO! - 11 a. m. - 1 p.m. in our deli!!

99

16 oz. jar

SHUR FINE

Check out our corner sign for the

2/

99

14.5-15.25 oz. can

4

59 PoRK each

HOT TO GO!

2 00 2/4

JIF CREAMY/CRUNCHY

GALA APPLES

lb.

ASIAGO GARLIC Salad Dressing.... 99 Yogurt................ BATARD SHUR FINE FLORIDA’S NATURAL

99

FRESH, CRISP

24-pk. cans plus dep.

GREAT GROCERY BUYS

CHICKEN

CiNNAMoN RoLLs

1

59

WASHINGTON NEW CROP EXTRA FANCY

.59 .79 4/5 .79 148 2/300

19

lb.

NEW FRENCH BAKERY

J. SKINNER RASPBERRY, OR ASSORTED

PEACHES

98

CORN, PEAS SHUR FINE OR GREEN BEANS TOMATOES

CLARK’S DELI

12 pc. box

WASHINGTON RIPE, JUICY

ASSORTED

CHUCK

3

Every Tuesday!

FRESH PRODUCE

6

lb.

Ham Steak ...............

...

PEPSI

99

Little Sizzlers..........

299 00 Cocktail Smokies 2/4

5% Discount

GROCERY BARGAINS

CLARK’S GUARANTEED QUALITY MEATS

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

Senior Citizens’

Prices effective Wednesday, September 4, 2013 through Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Quantity rights reserved. No sales to dealers.

STARBUCKS

CHARMIN

COFFEE BATH TISSUE

2 7 6 7 79 24 oz.

29 50 oz. btl.

99 99 12 oz. bag

24 ct. reg. roll or 6-ct. mega roll


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