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The Hampton-Dumont Bulldog Classic is set for Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Hampton Country Club. An 8 a.m. shotgun start will be held. All proceeds will be used to support all Hampton-Dumont athletic programs. Cost to participate is $200 for a foursome or $50 per player. The cost includes 18 holes of golf and lunch for four. For more information, contact Nate Boock, activities director, at nboock@hdcsd. org or Jane Hoegh, boys golf coach, at email@example.com.
CAL School Board meeting rescheduled
The CAL Board of Education has rescheduled its regular meeting for Monday, Sept. 23, beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting, which was originally set for Monday, was moved to allow for the regular monthly meeting and the organizational meeting following Tuesday elections.
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Local farmer seeks more transparency in commodity market (NFA), during his campaign for accountability. Bell feels the selfregulatory nature of the NFA creates few safeguards that prevent farmers from getting burned by dishonest commodity brokers. Bellâ€™s journey began in November 2006 when he opened a soybean account with a broker on the Minneapolis Grain Exchange. He had a long-term goal of buying soybean positions to hold through the summer, however, things WXUQHG VRXU MXVW Ă€YH PRQWKV LQWR his investment. The market took a turn for the worse, and Bellâ€™s broker made a series of poor decisions that OHGWRĂ€QDQFLDOGLVDVWHU â€œHe kept pyramiding the account when it (the market) went down, so if it turned around, it (the account) would be back that much faster,â€? explained Bell. â€œHe kept doubling
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down on the account.â€? Bellâ€™s account was $191,000 in the hole by April 2007. His broker kept advising him to trade and add more positions so he could realize a tremendous turnaround if the soybean market rebounded, but it never happened. The account had around 1,350,000 bushels of beans on it when it was liquidated and cost Bell nearly $600,000 in losses from his original investment. â€œI was wrong with working with him, but I was scared facing that much loss,â€? he said. After looking into the situation further, Bell and his legal council discovered the broker violated a handful of the regulations outlined by the NFA, which regulates and PRQLWRUVEURNHUVÂˇDFWLYLW\+HĂ€OHGD complaint and began the arbitration Local Farmer: See Page 3
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process to sort out the situation and attempt to recover his money. His attempts proved futile, however. Investigators only questioned the broker and completely ignored Bellâ€™s side of the story despite his repeated attempts to provide records and other paperwork. Frustrating matters further, Bell wasnâ€™t allowed to hear the brokerâ€™s WHVWLPRQ\EHFDXVHWKH1)$GHĂ€QHV it as â€œnon-public information.â€? Bellâ€™s soybean positions were traded on the Chicago Board of Trade, and the broker claimed he didnâ€™t have to abide by the rules of that market because he wasnâ€™t a member there. Bell was granted no restitution and the broker avoided penalty. â€œIf they believe his story, thatâ€™s the end of it,â€? said Bell. â€œThey told the broker, â€˜You have to more strictly adhere to the rules.â€™ They gave him a slap on the hand.â€? Eventually, the broker received a judgment in court that forced Bell to repay the money the account lost while it was traded on the commodity market. He held interest in a 160-acre farm 10 miles southeast of Thornton in Franklin County and had worked the land IRU RYHU Ă€YH \HDUV %HOO KDG DQ agreement that he could buy the
farm at a certain price, and he was forced to exercise that contract to pay a portion of the judgment. The farm had an estimated equity of around $250,000 when Bell forfeited it to the broker. â€œI trusted the NFA as being a regulatory agency that should be knowledgeable in the actions and would enforce the rules in a fair ZD\ WR SURWHFW P\ Ă€QDQFHV DQG well-being,â€? Bell said. â€œWhen they failed to do that, I felt very disappointed, and I guess rejected and hopeless. Because this has created a hole thatâ€™s very hard to get out of. I was just way too trusting.â€? Bell has been trying to make the most out of a bad situation despite the hardships. Heâ€™s currently working with federal legislators and collegiate professors trying to push a message of transparency within the NFA and CFTC. Heâ€™s worked with Iowa Senators Tom Harkin and Chuck Grassley, Congressmen Tom Latham and Steve King and Minnesota Senators Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar. He said all them have submitted letters to the CFTC â€“ which oversees the NFA â€“ inquiring about the alleged wrongdoings, but theyâ€™ve gained little ground so far. â€œThe reason why I reached out WRVRPDQ\JRYHUQPHQWRIĂ€FLDOVLV
because it takes a group of them in order to get anything done,â€? Bell explained. â€œOne senator canâ€™t do LW EXW LI Ă€YH RI WKHP GR LW LW KDV more clout.â€? The CFTC is up for reauthorization by Congress during the next session. It was originally created in 1974, and Bell said itâ€™s past time to reform some of its SUDFWLFHV WR Ă€W WKH PRGHUQ GD\ clientele of the commodity trade. Bell said commodity trading was predominantly practiced by exporters, large users and speculators 40 years ago. However, the involvement of farmers and the general public has grown VLJQLĂ€FDQWO\ LQ UHFHQW \HDUV +H pointed towards a list of changes that he feels are necessary to enforce rules more thoroughly and to protect the public from unruly brokers. â€œThe bigger the farmer, the bigger the risk,â€? he said. â€œWhen the markets have wide swings and when the brokers arenâ€™t following the rules, itâ€™s easy for them to get caught up in a huge loss.â€? Bellâ€™s main focus is on the NFAâ€™s investigation process. He believes investigators should examine each complaint by talking to both the client and the broker; provide both sides with transcripts
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of each otherâ€™s testimony and trade documentation; allow customers the right to refute the brokerâ€™s claims; provide the customer with a copy of the investigationâ€™s Ă€QGLQJV DQG DOORZ IRU DQ DSSHDOV SURFHVV LI WKH FOLHQW Ă€QGV themselves unhappy with the outcome. Additionally, Bell would like faster investigations that hold brokers responsible for damages caused by wrongful activities or actions. None of these options were available to Bell during the arbitration process. â€œBy the NSA not speaking to me and by them not allowing me to see the two versionsâ€Śthatâ€™s the big frustration,â€? he said. Bell is unsure whether or not his efforts will prove successful in sparking discussion to reform the CFTC and NFA when the reauthorization process comes up in Washington D.C. He looks at his situation as an opportunity to raise awareness and educate farmers and the community about the risks of commodity trading, while simultaneously starting discussion about improvement. He explained todayâ€™s markets are volatile and subject to huge gains and huge losses. Bell said
farmers should study the market and itâ€™s rules to ensure their Ă€QDQFLDOVWDELOLW\DQGIXWXUHZHOO being. He felt many people are unaware of the potential hazards of the commodity trade, and he uses his story to drive home a message. â€œNobody should have to go through this, and if I can do anything to bring attention to it, I will,â€? he said. Bell is unsure of what his future holds, but he plans to continue WKH Ă€JKW IRU PRUH WUDQVSDUHQF\ within the commodity market. He currently assists local farmers, does part-time jobs and takes care RI OLYHVWRFN WR VWD\ DĂ RDW EXW QRWHG KH VWLOO IHHOV WKH Ă€QDQFLDO effects of his mismanaged account from nearly seven years ago. â€œIn all fairness, I really do think Iâ€™m going to get some justice out of this. Iâ€™m a pretty persistent guy DQG , ZLOO VRPHKRZ Ă€JXUH RXW D way,â€? said Bell, as he drove his old Ford pick-up truck down a gravel road after a brief visit to his former farm. â€œThe wheels of justice turn VR VORZ EXW WKH\ JULQG VR Ă€QH And sometimes, when you keep something like this out there and pushing them all the time, sooner or later it will come out, I think. Maybe Iâ€™m wrong.â€?
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STATE of IOWA MOTTO Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain.
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A lesson not long forgotten Today marks yet another anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, and the occasion never gets any easier no matter how many years pass between that fateful day. The United States has seen incredible changes throughout the past 12 years. Weâ€™ve gone to war, seen thousands of troops die in the line of battle and witnessed a massive overhaul of our national security policies. Government agencies have expanded greatly to handle the ever-evolving threat of global terrorism, and itâ€™s a reality we must face every day. Sometimes itâ€™s easy to forget how good we have it. We get caught up in our day-to-day lives and stop paying attention to the things that matter most. Our jobs take precedence and we lose connection with family, friends and other things that should be priorities. ZDVDKRUULÂżFDQGWUDPDWL]LQJHYHQWLQ$PHULFDÂśV history. However, its anniversary provides us with the RSSRUWXQLW\WRUHĂ€HFWRQZKDWWUXO\PDWWHUVPRVW Our country lost 2,977 innocent lives on that crystal-clear September morning. Itâ€™s impossible to forget those exploding planes, burning towers and deperate bodies plummeting from the New York City skyline. It was surreal. It was awful. It was many things. But one thing it should never become is forgotten. 7KHHYHQWVRIWKDWGD\KDGDSRODUL]LQJHIIHFWRQVW &HQWXU\$PHULFD1RORQJHUFRXOGZHOLYHLQDEXEEOH immune from outside threats. Our enemies were very real and they penetrated our own backyards, instilling a temporary fear within the nationâ€™s psyche. However, that fear was quickly consumed by a sense of anger, unity and patriotism. We banded together as one naWLRQDQGUHDOL]HGZHKDGDMREWRDFFRPSOLVK That mission has become muddled in the eyes of some over a decade later. 9/11 led us into two long and GHDGO\ZDUVDQGDPDQ\$PHULFDQVDUHZHDU\DERXW HQWHULQJ FRQĂ€LFWV WKDW SURPLVH WR WKZDUW WKH VSUHDG RI WHUURULVP7KHVH UHVHUYDWLRQV DUH LQGHHG MXVWLÂżHG We must never forget that war comes with a cost in both life and money, and thoroughly evaluating each instance of trouble is vital before we move forward in this struggle against our enemies worldwide. 2013 has given us no respite from ongoing global turmoil. The troubling situation in Syria has reached a boiling point in past two weeks, and it seems our nation is on the verge of yet another Middle Eastern FRQĂ€LFW:KHWKHURUQRWWKHSDUWLHVLQYROYHGFRXOGEH FODVVLÂżHG DV WHUURULVWV LV RSHQ WR LQWHUSUHWDWLRQ 2XU GHÂżQLWLRQ KDV H[SDQGHG WR LQFOXGH D ZLGH UDQJH RI rogue factions, and it has forced us into some entanglements we probably should steer clear from. $VZHVWDUHLQWRWKHIDFHRIXQFHUWDLQW\GXULQJWKH current situation, itâ€™s important to take Sept. 11 as peULRGRIUHĂ€HFWLRQDQGUHPHPEUDQFH0DQ\SHRSOHORVW their lives that day, and many more died protecting WKLVFRXQWU\LQWKHDIWHUPDWK$PHULFDPXVWQHYHUUHVW on its laurels and become complacent in the post-9/11 world in which we live. That day showed us anything is possible. What we do with the lessons learned from those terrible events and the aftermath that ensued will be pinnacle as our country moves forward in these unstable times.
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A certain â€œbuzzâ€? has descended upon the state this week. Team loyalties are at maximum levels, trash talking is rampant and friends have turned into enemies. Yep. Itâ€™s Iowa/Iowa State week. Despite the hype, itâ€™s hard to recall a less anticipated match-up b e t w e e n Hawkeyes and Cyclones. Both teams have given fans less than impressive early-season performances: Iowa has limped to a 1-1 start and ISU sits at 0-1 following a rather embarrassing by Fritz Groszkruger loss to Northern Iowa. Both teams are green, and this yearâ€™s game seems like itâ€™s going to come down to whichever school makes the least amount of bone-headed mistakes. Cliches have a purpose. Like lan- views, has able government. Sounds like a barnburner. guage, they take a series of words pointed out Liberals and conservatives both, 2013â€™s tasteless match-up has been that is widely recognized and project that conserhave been deluded into this idea that a long time coming, as the state of vatives opan idea. to cure the ills of the world, governcollegiate football throughout Iowa â€œLife changing experienceâ€? is one pose Barack ment should heal what it created. But of those cliches. It can be used as a Obama on QRZWKDWZHĂ€QDOO\KDYHWKHGUHDP has become a rather unbearable Syria crutch or a tool. I had a life changing his president (and he is just as big a kill- display of mediocrity in recent experience back in the sixties. At an hawkishness er as his predecessors) my liberal years. ISU was a once-promising age where many were ripe to take because he is friends have dropped jaws and itchy program following the arrival of a rebellious path, my friend Gregor a Democrat. scalps. They stare in amazement as KHDG FRDFK 3DXO 5KRDGV Ă€YH \HDUV ago. He brought excitement and much pointed out the folly and evil of the As big government is failing them. Vietnam War. Up until that point I as I think This is great news. Over the years passion to a program in dire straights was with my family on this; a Gold- Oâ€™Reilly is more of a marketer than weâ€™ve had our purchasing power following the tumultuous tenure of water Republican. I saw killing as a a thinker, he is correct. erode. Families who were once the the conniving Gene Chizik. Much of that hope and excitement In opposing the Democrat Obama, backbone of our society are viewed violation of The Golden Rule. is gone now, however. The Cyclones 1RZ DOPRVW Ă€IW\ \HDUV ODWHU these conservatives have had to de- as an impediment to the better judgthings havenâ€™t changed much. The fend their non-interventionist po- ment of the state. War is now accept- have plateaued as a perennial .500 team only capable of producing one pundits and politicians see human sition. Theyâ€™ve had to think deeper ed as right as rain. beings as cannon fodder in a sports than just name-calling and their deep Now conservatives are talking signature upset win a year, at best. More troubling, though, is the contest. And the media, seeking thinking has led them to the same about terrorism as retaliation rather something to hold attention and sell logical thinking as the man they ob- than hatred for our freedoms. Lib- precipitous decline of the Hawkeye advertising, latch onto that because viously hated but secretly admired, erals see a culture of dependance football program during the last good news is boring. The violence Ron Paul. and irresponsibility is created by the three years. Iowa failed to make On the other side of the coin there welfare state. The mythological bub- DQ\ VLJQLĂ€FDQW UHFUXLWLQJ PRYHV perpetrated by the state becomes following their big Orange Bowl commonplace and accepted as the are the traditional progressives. bles are bursting. They are in love with the rhetoric of norm. The life changing experience win in 2010, and itâ€™s made brutally But now things seem to be im- compassion spewed by Mr. Obama. of the Nobel Prize winning peace HYLGHQW RQ WKH Ă€HOG HDFK ZHHN proving. As much as I despise de- $QG DIWHU DOO WKHVH \HDUV Ă€QGLQJ D candidate pleading for permission Iowaâ€™s has tallied far too many mocracy, it looks like public opinion black man to boot, with the charisma to blow people up and a Democrat unacceptable losses in the past two may bring us a more civilized soci- to win the presidency, theyâ€™ve been wanting to do what Republicans years as well. Be it MAC schools or ety. In a great service to peace-loving giddy with delight. have long claimed as their exclusive Big Ten doormats, each and every All along theyâ€™ve had this weird purpose, is bringing people to their team the Hawks line up against Americans we now have a president who is demonstrating that war is a idea that war is not a product of big senses. They are starting to see the has a shot at walking away with an product of big government. Conser- government, but a lack of enough use of force as the problem. Itâ€™s a â€œupset.â€? Kirk Ferentz is overpaid, vatives who salivated at the thought government. But if we go back to start. overrated and outdated. This could, RIDSRWHQWLDOQHZFRQĂ LFWDUHTXHV- the days of our war of secession, the Thereâ€™s more on the blog: www. and probably should, be his last writings of the thinkers of the day alternativebyfritz.com. Or reply at meeting against the Cyclones. tioning a Syrian intervention. Bill Oâ€™Reilly, who rudely attacked warn us of entangling alliances and email@example.com Itâ€™s frustrating to see our stateâ€™s Ron Paul for his anti-interventionist the destructive force of an unreasontwo biggest programs spin their wheels like this. I grew up during a rather unique time period in the by Linda Upmeyer history of the Cy-Hawk rivalry. Iowaâ€™s program was down towards the end of the Hayden Fry era, but It is that time of year when school ways comes each passing year, we fall further ISUâ€™s was gaining steam under Dan starts and farmers begin to prepare with a hefty and further behind in our obligation McCarney. I canâ€™t tell you how for the harvest. With that comes price tag, and to maintaining our public roadways. IUXVWUDWLQJLWZDVWRORVHĂ€YHVWUDLJKW school buses and farm machinery on due to many The evidence is clear that addi- games to ISU from 1998-2002, but such the move. As I travel the state and factors tional funding is needed to improve it pales in comparison to Iowaâ€™s 15observe this, my thoughts turn to our as aging infrathe safety of our roadways, but the game winning streak from 1983structure, deinfrastructure needs. source of revenue remains up for de- 1997. That certainly had to stink There is no doubt that quality, creased buying bate. I realize a lot of Iowans have if your allegiance was to ISU back reliable, and safe infrastructure is power, changconcerns about increasing our stateâ€™s then. Thereâ€™s been much more parity a key element for Iowaâ€™s economic ing demands fuel tax to pay for our infrastructure growth and prosperity. It is our vast on the system needs. I also know the conditions since those two streaks came to an network of roads that allows for the ( i n c r e a s e d of our roads are deteriorating. We end. The Hawks have won six out movement of goods and people on a large vehicle PXVWĂ€JXUHRXWDQRQJRLQJVXVWDLQ- of the last ten match-ups, but ISU daily basis. A high quality transpor- travel) and severe weather (mainly able funding mechanism to meet the has taken the last two meetings in-atation system is essential in serving Ă RRGV WKH FRVW RI VXVWDLQLQJ RXU needs of our aging roads and bridg- row. the day-to-day needs of motorists vast network of roads is only expect- es. More often than not, it seems ISU across the state. Iowans should have ed to rise year to year. At the same Alternatives to increasing the fuel is the hungrier team in this game, an assurance that our public infra- WLPH LQFUHDVHG IXHO HIĂ€FLHQF\ DQG tax that have recently been men- which is all the more frustrating if structure is dependable and trust- DOWHUQDWLYHIXHOXVHLVPDNLQJLWGLIĂ€- tioned include, but are not limited to, youâ€™re a Hawk fan like myself. Far worthy. With summer vacation trav- cult to sustain the traditional revenue earmarking a portion of our stateâ€™s too often does Iowa seem completely el coming to an end, I thought now stream. sales tax revenue, raising the one- oblivious to the fact that this game The Iowa Department of Trans- time registration fee for vehicles, or is an intrastate rivalry â€“ theyâ€™re would be a good opportunity to have a discussion about the condition of portation (DOT), reports that much using surplus gambling revenue to supposed to hate ISU, but they donâ€™t of Iowaâ€™s public roadway system fund our roadways. The Governor play like it! our stateâ€™s roads and infrastructure. Iowaâ€™s public roadway system is was built or modernized in the has recently asked Paul Trombino, This weekendâ€™s contest probably comprised of over 114,000 miles 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. This the Director of the DOT, and his isnâ€™t going to be an easy one to watch. of roadways with approximately means there is currently a wave of team to review all options for possi- Both defenses have left little to the 25,000 bridges. Nationally, Iowa infrastructure needs that require sig- ble transportation funding and report imagination in their previous games UDQNV Ă€IWK LQ WKH QXPEHU RI EULGJ- QLĂ€FDQW XSGDWHV DQG UHLQYHVWPHQW back to him with their recommenda- and Saturdayâ€™s match-up could be es and 13th in miles of roadway, yet due to a roadâ€™s limited lifecycle. In tions. a high scoring affair. However, the the state ranks 30th in population and fact, a 2006 study of the Road Use I want to hear from you. How Hawkeyes and high scoring usually Tax Fund (RUTF)- the fund used do you think we should pay for the arenâ€™t two words used in the same 23rd in land area. We are fortunate to have an ex- to pay for our stateâ€™s infrastructure improvements needed for our road- sentence. ISUâ€™s had two weeks to tensive roadway system throughout needs- projected a $27.7 billion ways? There is no doubt this will prepare for Iowa because they didnâ€™t Iowa, which allows for individuals shortfall in revenue to meet all cur- continue to be a topic of great dis- have a game last weekend, and Iowa to enjoy our rolling hills and beauti- rent and future infrastructure needs cussion and I want to have your feed- usually does poorly in Ames. The ful scenery, in addition to maintain- over the next 20 years, with a fund- back. Let me know your thoughts by &\FORQHVGHĂ€QLWHO\KDYHDQHGJHLQ LQJ DQ HIĂ€FLHQW Ă RZ RI FRPPHUFH ing shortfall of $200 million per year contacting me at linda.upmeyer@lethis mediocre match-up, objectively However, maintaining these road- for our most critical needs. With gis.iowa.gov or 515-281-4618. speaking. The Hawkeyes arenâ€™t without promise, though. Iowa Stateâ€™s rush by Ryan Harvey defense was exposed during their game against UNI, and if you had to pick a strength on this Iowa team, itâ€™d be their running attack. Even to ago, and Iâ€™m sure the ISU coach so, the Hawks havenâ€™t been capable As my cohort, Nick Pedley, so aptly continued isnâ€™t happy about it. Quite truthfully, RI Ă€QLVKLQJ RII ORQJ GULYHV WR VDYH writes, there is no clear-cut favorite struggle. But this changes have already been made on their lives over the past two seasons. for this weekendâ€™s contest between weekendâ€™s defense to correct it. Iowa and Iowa State. 7KHUHÂˇV GHĂ€QLWHO\ OLWWOH UHDVRQ IRU is But, for both schools, this game ISU to be shaking in their boots. For years, the two battled on the contest will be key if either has any hope of gridiron, with the team to the east different. Iâ€™m picking Iowa to win Saturday, Both schools making a bowl game. having a heavy advantage. but thatâ€™s really only out of loyalty. While Rhoads has a knack of In many respects, that dominance are on solid This yearâ€™s game is a toss-up with no pulling a big upset or two, losing to really affected the success at Iowa footing. Iowa is lead by both UNI and Iowa will make their clear-cut favorite. Fans of both teams State. journey a very uphill battle in the very should enjoy ribbing each other and For years, the game, in all honesty, Kirk Ferentz, pay as little attention to the game as a grizzled talented Big 12 conference. was its Super Bowl. Iowa, on the other hand, plays in the possible, because it could be rather The fans would judge the veteran of the Big 10. While talented, top to bottom, ugly this year. Itâ€™s going to be long performance of the head coach on gridiron against football season in the state of Iowa if whether or not they could compete, DSDVVLRQDWH3DXO5KRDGVDĂ€IWK\HDU isnâ€™t quite as deep as the Big 12. head coach who has continued to Based on importance, and the fact youâ€™re not a UNI fan. let alone win against the Hawkeyes. its in Ames, thatâ€™s why Iâ€™m picking Recruiting to Ames became more show improvement each year. How many days until basketball The Cyclones laid an egg two weeks ISU in a close one. GLIĂ€FXOW DQG WKH WHDPÂˇV VXFFHVVHV season starts?
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Forty Years Ago September 13, 1973 Hampton Community School District school buses underwent state inspection recently and school RIÂżFLDOV ZHUH FRPPHQGHG IRU WKH FRQGLWLRQ RI WKH EXV Ă€HHW 6KRZQ are Bill Boland of the Department of Public Safety, Hampton board secretary A.J. Marken, bus supervisor Howard Smith, and Iowa Highway Patrol Troopers Keith Millard and Kent Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Wilson came from Waterloo Saturday
They are Roger Doughan, Kevin Brooks and Joe Webber, representing Franklin County Development Association; Hampton Mayor Roger Palmer, Franklin County Board Chairman Bill Jurgens, and Don King, plant manager for Imperial. Eldon and Mary Schulte, Richard Schulte, and Matt, Carol and Heidi Schulte, all of Pella visited with Gilbert Schulte on Sunday in Alexander. Douglas D. Dodd of Hampton has been awarded the Chicago Farmers Club Scholarship at Iowa State University for the 1993-94 year.
to attend the reunion of the 1968 JUDGXDWLQJ FODVV RI WKH 6KHIÂżHOG Chapin high school that evening at the Gold Key in Hampton. They remained overnight guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pratt, returning home Sunday. Wanda Marie Borchardt of Hampton was sworn into the Walter Reed Army Institute of Nursing program recently. She is one of 150 women selected from over 1,200 applicants. Thirty Years Ago September 15, 1983 A total of 125 persons were served at the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce Business Appreciation dinner Tuesday night. The event included golf in the afternoon, a casino night and a dance. Mrs. Mark Modderman,
Paul and Colin of Evansdale are spending a few days with her parents, the Arnold Stratmanns, Coulter, while their house is being remodeled. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lukensmeyer and Mrs. F. E. Hughart were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Lukensmeyerâ€™s son, Gerald Lukensmeyer and family of Waterloo to celebrate Mrs. Hughartâ€™s 90th birthday. They all had dinner at Bishopâ€™s cafeteria and then returned to the Lukensmeyer home, where they spent the afternoon and had supper, including a birthday cake. Twenty Years Ago September 16, 1963 Imperial, Inc. President and CEO Dwight Habermehl lifts a shovel of dirt during ground breaking ceremonies Wednesday morning.
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Fifty Years Ago September 19, 1963 A group of farmers in the Geneva area are sponsoring a tractor pulling contest to be held this Saturday, Sept. 21, at the ball park in Geneva, starting at 1:30 oâ€™clock. Tractors of all types are eligible for the contest which will be divided into three weight classes, 5,000 pounds and under, 7,500 pounds and under and 10,000 pounds and under. Anyone desiring information may contact Leonard Koch at Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. John Etzen accompanied the Seibert Arends family to Dike, Sunday evening, where they visited in the W.M. Rottmeyer home. Miss Carolyn Lukensmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lukensmeyer, and James R. Munns, are among 250 freshmen accepted into the Honors Program at the University of Iowa, at Iowa City. A reception in honor of the new Honors Program students was held Wednesday evening at Iowa Memorial Union.
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Five Years Ago September 10, 2008 Jon Baltes, Hampton was elected president of the Franklin County Fair Board at the monthly meeting KHOGODVW:HGQHVGD\QLJKW2IÂżFHUV re-elected were Rita Peters, Latimer, vice president; James VanHove, Ackley, secretary; and Barb Furman, Hampton, treasurer. Mark Lettow, Iowa Falls, was elected to Ten Years Ago WKH H[HFXWLYH ERDUG 7KH RIÂżFHUV September 10, 2003 elected will head the board for the Sunday, Sept. 14, is the big day 150th Franklin County Fair to be held for the Franklin County CROP July 15-19, 2009. The CAL band kept spirits high Walk. Over 100 walkers from at least 12 local churches will be during the home opener on Aug. participating. Walkers include Betty 29. Trumpeters Breanna Jensen, Miller of Hampton with her family. Randy Riebkes, Korey Ellis and Betty, who is 80, is one of the top Shelby Schaefer are shown along money raisers in the state for CROP with Katie Muhlenbruch and Walk. Another â€œelderly â€œ walker is 3DWULFLD+DOYHUVRQRQĂ€XWHV Rodney and Lacey Peters of Ann Held from Geneva. Ann is 94, walks to the host church, Geneva Hampton are pleased to announce Methodist, weekly and plans to be the birth of their son, Brody Joel. He part of the walk this year. Walkers was born at 4:35 a.m. on Wednesday, typically include all ages from Aug. 20, 2008, at Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa in Mason City. children to adults. Russell and Molly Allen of He weighed seven pounds, eight Chapin, along with other TMC ounces and was 20 1/2â€? long. employees and spouses, met at Grandparents are Denny and Mary the home of Chuck and Margaret Symens of Hampton and Keith and Joyce Peters of Hampton. GreatHunt, in Hansell for dinner. Coach Katherine Hadley has her grandparents are Murrel and Rosalyn YROOH\EDOOWHDPÂżUHGXSIRUDQRWKHU Symens of Hampton, Donald and successful season, especially with Caroline Peters of Hampton and seniors leading the way. Last year Rose and Lyle Oberender of Jewell. +'LQFOXGHGDQXPEHURIVLJQLÂżFDQW Looking Back is compiled weekly milestones, including beating Iowa by Joyce Schomburg.
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A 21 year-old Waterloo man died Saturday evening at a private pond southwest of Parkersburg. According to a press release from WKH %XWOHU &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂˇV 2IĂ€FH $OH[5HHG(WULQJHURI:DWHUORR died in Iowa City. The report stated Parkersburg Police and Butler County Deputies were sent to the scene after a caller advised that Etringer had been missLQJ IRU DERXW Ă€YH PLQXWHV DQG ZDV last seen in the water. 6RPH IULHQGV ORFDWHG (WULQJHU ZDVEURXJKWWRODQGDQGEHJDQSHUforming CPR until medical personnel arrived. He was transported to Sartori Hospital and later University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City before succumbing to his injuries. The case of his death remains under investigation and is pending autopsy results.
NE. Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV WRRN Ă€QJHUprints for employment at the school. Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D WUDIĂ€FFRPSODLQW Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG to a civil matter. Â‡SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHG to an alarm at 115 1st St. Tuesday, September 3: Â‡DP'LVSDWFKHUVUHFHLYHG DKDQJXSFDOOIURPVW6W NE. Â‡DP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGWKH )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂˇV 2IĂ€FH LQ DUUHVWLQJ-XVWLQ05LHFN+DPSWRQIRUYLRODWLRQRIDSURWHFWLYHRUder. Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV WRRN Ă€QJHUprints for employment Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG WRDOLIWDVVLVWDW2DN&RXUW Â‡ SP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG DFDOOIRU:ULJKW&RXQW\&DOO was forwarded to Wright County. Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG to 112 2nd Ave. NW where a driver was locked out of a vehicle. Â‡SP2IĂ€FHUVSHUIRUPHGD welfare check. Â‡SP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDGRJFRPplaint at 12 1st Ave. NW. Â‡ SP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG D ZURQJ SKRQH QXPEHU FDOO IURP&HQWUDO$YH: Â‡ SP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG DQ RSHQHQGHG FDOO IURP WK6W1: Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV WRRN D GULYing complaint on 6th St. SW. Â‡ SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG to a domestic matter at 221 1st St. NW. Â‡SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a disabled vehicle. Â‡ 2IĂ€FHUV FKDUJHG 5DPLUR *RQ]DOH]'H6DQWLDJR+DPSWRQIRU QRGULYHUÂˇVOLFHQVHDQGQRLQVXUDQFH DQG -HVVH )LHOG +DPSWRQ IRU failure to wear a seatbelt. Wednesday, September 4: Â‡ 2IĂ€FHUV FLWHG 0LFKDHO :HLGH +DPSWRQIRUQRGULYHUÂˇVOLFHQVH Â‡ DP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH IRUwarded information regarding a suspicious matter. Â‡DP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR DEXUJODU\UHSRUWDWUG6W1( Â‡DP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDUHSRUW RI D YHKLFOH OHDNLQJ IXHO DW VW St. NW. Â‡DP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDFRP-
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removed it from the roadway. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV WUDQVSRUWHG DSULVRQHUWRWKH+DUGLQ&RXQW\-DLO Eldora. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG D subject in getting out of her chair in WKHEORFNRI%DUUHWW6W&RXOWHU Â‡SP'HSXWLHVZHUHDGYLVHG by a caller that he was following a white Ford truck with a ladder rack. The truck is reportedly weaving all over the roadway and advised deputies. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH DGvised that a subject needed help in changing a tire near the intersection RI+LJKZD\DQGWK6W Sunday, September 1: Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV WUDQVSRUWHG DSULVRQHUWRWKH+DUGLQ&RXQW\-DLO Eldora. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG medical personnel from West FrankOLQ(06DQG)UDQNOLQ*HQHUDO+RVpital southbound on I-35 near the 165 mile marker. Â‡SP'HSXWLHVWRRNDUHSRUW a suspicious person in Southview &LUFOH 6KHIĂ€HOG &DOOHU WKHQ DGvised the subject was looking for a dog and all was OK. Â‡SP+DPSWRQ3ROLFHDVVLVWHG PHGLFDOSHUVRQQHOLQWKHEORFN of 165th St. as deputies were busy. Â‡SP'HSXWLHVZHUHDGYLVHG of loud music outside a residence in WKHEORFNRIWK6W+XVEDQG RIFDOOHUFKHFNHGQRRQHZDVWKHUH KRZHYHUGHSXW\ZDVDGYLVHG Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH DGYLVHGRIDKDQJXSFDOODWWKH Beeds Lake campsite. The DNR ofĂ€FHUZDVQRWLĂ€HG Monday, September 2: Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG PHGLFDOSHUVRQQHOLQWKHEORFN of 165th St. where a subject was requesting a lift assist. Upon arrivDO )UDQNOLQ *HQHUDO +RVSLWDO ZDV paged and subject was taken by ambulance. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG Hampton Police with a call. Tuesday, September 3: Â‡ 'HSXWLHV ZHUH QRWLĂ€HG RI D YHhicle left in the Coop parking lot in Dows over the weekend. The vehicle was from Winnebago County and had expired license plates. Iowa State Patrol Thursday, August 29: Â‡SP7URRSHUVLQYHVWLJDWHG DQDFFLGHQWRQ,QHDUWKHPLOH marker. According to the report on Ă€OH:LOOLDP+RZDUG:HEE&DQ\RQ&RXQWU\&DOLIZDVQRUWKERXQG RQKLVPRWRUF\FOHZKHQKHOHIW WKHURDGZD\HQWHULQJWKHHDVWGLWFK and losing control of his bike. Webb struck a mile marker post and rolled his bike before coming to a stop. :HEE ZDV WDNHQ WR 0HUF\ 0HGLFDO &HQWHUÂł1RUWK,RZDE\0HUF\$LU Ambulance with unknown injuries. 'DPDJHZDVHVWLPDWHGDW Â‡SP7URRSHUVLQYHVWLJDWHG an accident on I-35 in Wright CounW\ $FFRUGLQJ WR WKH UHSRUW RQ Ă€OH *DU\ 'DOH +D\HV /RQJPRQW &RORZDVQRUWKERXQGRQ,GULYLQJD6XEDUX2XWEDFNZKHQKH DSSOLHG KLV EUDNHV FDXVLQJ D 9RONVZDJHQ7RXUHJGULYHQE\.HQQHWK:5DXVK-U+XUOH\:LVF to take evasive action and use the inside shoulder to avoid a rear end collision. While Raush was on the LQVLGH VKRXOGHU FRQWDFW EHWZHHQ the Hayes and Raush vehicles were made. Damage was estimated at WRWKH2XWEDFNDQGWR the Toureg. Butler Sheriff Monday, September 2: Â‡'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HGRIFRQtrolled burns throughout the county. 'HSXWLHV DOVR H[HFXWHG RQH WUDIĂ€F stop. Â‡DP'HSXWLHVZHUHFDOOHG WRDGRJGHHUPDWWHULQWKHEORFN of Locust St. Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG D motorist on Water St. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG PHGLFDO SHUVRQQHO LQ WKH EORFN of Lincoln St. Â‡SP'HSXWLHVDVVLVWHGĂ€UH SHUVRQQHOZLWKDVWUXFWXUHĂ€UHLQWKH EORFNRI13XEOLF5RDG Â‡SP'HSXWLHVZHUHFDOOHG to a family domestic matter in the EORFNRI60DLQ6W Â‡SP'HSXWLHVZHUHFDOOHG WR DQ DVVDXOWĂ€JKW LQ WKH EORFN on 3rd St. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH FDOOHG WR DKDUDVVPHQWFRPSODLQWLQWKH EORFNRIWK6W Â‡SP'HSXWLHVZHUHFDOOHG to a suspicious person complaint in WKHEORFNRI%LFNIRUG6W Â‡SP'HSXWLHVZHUHFDOOHG WRDGRJGHHUPDWWHULQWKHEORFN of S. Hilton St. Tuesday, September 3: Â‡ 'HSXWLHV ZHUH QRWLĂ€HG RI Ă€YH controlled burns throughout the county. Deputies also executed 13 WUDIĂ€FVWRSVWKURXJKRXWWKHGD\ Â‡DP'HSXWLHVWRRNDWKHIW UHSRUWLQWKHEORFNRIWK6W Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH FDOOHG Log: See Page 8
Obituaries Maxine Mae Alden
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0D[LQH0DH$OGHQRI+DPSWRQGLHGRQ)ULGD\6HSWHPEHU at the Franklin Country View Nursing Facility in Hampton. )XQHUDOVHUYLFHVZHUHKHOGDWSPRQ0RQGD\6HSWHPEHUDWWKH :HVW )RUN 8QLWHG 0HWKRGLVW &KXUFK LQ UXUDO 6KHIĂ€HOG ZLWK 3DVWRU 6DQG\ *REHOL RIĂ€FLDWLQJ %XULDO ZDV DW WKH Hampton Cemetery in Hampton. The Maxine Mae Alden Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton. 0D[LQH 0DH =DFKDULDV $OGHQ was born on her grandmotherâ€™s farm LQ 6DXN &HQWHU 0LQQ WR 7KHRGRUH DQG %ODQFKH &ULSSHQ =DFKDULDV RQ 1RYHPEHU0D[LQHÂˇVPRWKer took her on the train back to the Bradford area where her parents had bought a farm but soon lost it during the Depression. They continued to rent and work farms in the Bradford DUHD ZKHUH 0D[LQH DWWHQGHG FRXQWU\ schools and then Iowa Falls High 6FKRRO -XVW EHIRUH KHU VHQLRU \HDU WKHIDPLO\PRYHGWRWKH*HQHYDDUHD where she graduated as valedictorian LQ 0D[LQH ZDQWHG WR PRYH WR California and work in the defense SODQWVEXWKHUIDWKHUVDLGQR%HFDXVH 1923-2013 she had also wanted to be a secreWDU\ VKH GHFLGHG WR DWWHQG +DPLOWRQ Services: %XVLQHVV 6FKRRO LQ 0DVRQ &LW\ 6KH 1:30 p.m., Sept. 9 Ă€QLVKHGDPRQWKVHFUHWDULDOFRXUVH West Fork United Methodist LQHLJKWPRQWKVDQGWRRNKHUĂ€UVWMRE &KXUFK6KHIÂżHOG DW 3IDII %DNLQJ &RPSDQ\ LQ 0DVRQ 3DVWRU6DQG\*REHOLRIÂżFLDWLQJ &LW\ $IWHU PDUU\LQJ 'DOH $OGHQ Burial: they intended to begin farming in Hampton Cemetery WKH :HVW )RUN DUHD +RZHYHU 'DOH Arrangements by: was drafted after only two months of PDUULDJHVR0D[LQHVWD\HGZLWKUHO- 6LHWVHPD9RJHO)XQHUDO+RPH Hampton DWLYHV LQ 0DVRQ &LW\ DQG FRQWLQXHG to work there. When Dale returned VLHWVHPDYRJHOIXQHUDOKRPHVFRP KRPH WKH\ IDUPHG QHDU WKH :HVW 641-456-3232 Fork River where son Dennis Dale was born. After one year of enduring Ă RRGHGODQGDQGDF\FORQHWKDWWRRN PRVW RI WKHLU EXLOGLQJV WKH\ ERXJKW WKH IDUP HDVW RI 6KHIĂ€HOG ZKHUH WZR PRUHFKLOGUHQZHUHERUQ'RXJODV5DHVWLOOERUQ DQG0DUOHVH.D\0D[LQH ZDV WKH KRW OXQFK VHFUHWDU\ DW 6KHIĂ€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partments and Country View Nursing Home in Hampton where she was happy to be near family and friends. 0D[LQHLVVXUYLYHGE\KHUFKLOGUHQ'HQQLVDQG0DUOHVHKHUJUDQGFKLOGUHQ/DXUD'DYLGDQG(ULFKHUVLVWHUDQGEURWKHULQODZ&RQQLHDQG/H5R\%HQQLQJKHUVLVWHULQODZ'RURWK\$OGHQDQGPDQ\QLHFHVDQGQHSKews. 6KH ZDV SUHFHGHG LQ GHDWK E\ KHU SDUHQWV KHU KXVEDQG 'DOH KHU VRQ 'RXJODVDQGKHUQLHFH-HQQLIHU%HQQLQJ
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Mason City Clinic
8-5 Monday-Thursday, Friday 8-4, or by appointment Stop in our showroom located in the King Construction building! â—†
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Pillow Cleaning Day
Tuesday, September 17 â€˘ 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Hampton Hardware â€˘ Hwy. 3, Hampton
We clean all types of bed pillows: feather, foam, fiberfill etc. Contents removed from old pillow, cleaned, sanitized and deodorized. Choice of new ticking (new outside material) All pillows cleaned individually - back on your bed the same day!
See our selection of NEW PILLOWS PILLOWS!! email@example.com â€˘ 712-378-2918 â€˘ NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
2013 HAMPTON-DUMONT BULLDOG CLASSIC HAMPTON-DUMONT ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
Saturday, September 28 â€˘ Hampton Country Club Cost $200
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Includes lunch All proceeds will be supporting our H-D athletes of all sports. Further Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Call 641.456.4893 or 641.456.4735
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VENDORS NEEDED FOR SHEFFIELDĘźS ANNUAL CRAFT SHOW THE COMMUNITY OF SHEFFIELD WILL HOST ITS 10TH ANNUAL CRAFT & HOLIDAY SHOW ON SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 2013.
The show will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the high school gym â€œThe Sheffield Craft and Holiday Show is a primary fund-raiser for West Fork Girl Scouts from kindergarten through high school seniors,â€? says Nancy Retz, West Fork Girl Scouts Service Unit Leader. â€œFunds raised help offset costs for the West Fork troops, including Girl Scout day camp. Not only is this craft show a great event, but itâ€™s benefiting a worthy cause. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!â€? Vendors are needed. Booth space is $30 with extra charge for tables and electricity. For more information, contact Nancy Retz at 641-425-3761 or firstname.lastname@example.org
STIRLING LAWN CARE & SEAMLESS GUTTERS
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HAMPTON-DUMONT SCHOOLS Monday, September 16: Breakfast: Egg patty, toast, hash brown, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Tenderloin/bun, Calif. veggies, strawberries, milk. Tuesday, September 17: Breakfast: Apple turnover, yogurt, pineapple, milk. Lunch: Cream chicken, mashed potatoes, peas, mixed fruit, milk. Wednesday, September 18: Breakfast: French toast sticks/syrup, smokies, orange wheels, milk. Lunch: Subs, lettuce, toamto, baby carrots & celery, apple wedge, milk. Thursday, September 19: Breakfast: Breakfast cookie (4-12), cereal/toast (K-3), applesauce, milk. Lunch: Spaghetti/meat sauce, French bread, spinach salad, peaches, milk. Friday, September 20: NO SCHOOL AGWSR SCHOOLS Monday, September 16: Breakfast: Cereal & toast, juice, milk. Lunch: Cheeseburger, baked beans, sun chips, pears, milk. Tuesday, September 17: Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken wrap, broccoli, canteloupe, milk. Wednesday, September 18: Breakfast::DIĂ€HV \RJXUWMXLFHPLONLunch: Corn dog, carrots, fruit, milk. Thursday, September 19: Breakfast: Breakfast wrap, juice, milk. Lunch: Tater tot casserole, cinnamon rolls, peas, peaches, milk. Friday, September 20: Breakfast: Cereal & toast, juice, milk. Lunch: Fish sticks, tri tater, green beans, pineapple, milk. CAL SCHOOLS Monday, September 16: Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, syrup, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Sloppy joe/bun, green beans, pears, milk. Tuesday, September 17: Breakfast: 6PRNLHVZDIĂ€HVV\UXSIUXLWMXLFHPLONLunch: Tator tot cass., corn, fruit cocktail, sandwich, milk. Wednesday, September 18: Breakfast: Breakfast burrito, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Turkey patty/bun, cooked carrots, grapes, milk. Thursday, September 19: Breakfast: Cereal, toast, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Pizza cass., peas, pineapple, dinner roll, milk. Friday, September 20: Breakfast: Breakfast bites, syrup, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Hot dog/bun, tator tots, jello w/fruit, milk. CONGREGATE MEALS Monday, September 164XLFKH1HZ EUXVVHOVSURXWVVWUDZEÂśVEDQDQDVIUXLWRDWPXIÂżQ0XVLFÂ‡%LQJR Tuesday, September 17: Chicken T, pots & gravy, 3 beans salad, melon cup.)OXVKRWVÂ‡%UG0WJÂ‡&ULEEDJH Wednesday, September 18: Fish, potato wedge, peas, chocolate cr. dessâ€™t, OJ. &DUGVÂ‡)RRW&OLQLF Thursday, September 19: Ham loaf, Calif. veggies, raisin rice puddin, tomato juice. %LQJR Friday, September 20: Cheese burger, scallop corn, carrots, plums, OJ. 0H[LFDQ7UDLQ
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Preservation Iowa honors Band Shell renovation
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Each year Preservation Iowa (PI) seeks to honor individuals, organizations, projects, and programs whose work demonstrates a commitment to excellence in historic preservation. In doing so, PI hopes to inspire others to take action to preserve, protect, and promote Iowaâ€™s places that matter. There are nine categories of Preservation at Its Best Awards. Nominated projects must have been completed within the geographic boundaries of Iowa and completed between Jan. 1, 2012 and June 1, 2013. Projects are judged on degree of historic preservation excellence, community impact, quality of work completed, and thoroughness of nomination submitted. The Hampton Band Shell won in the Public Structure category. The nomination was prepared by Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce summer intern Tyler Conlon. The award was presented at the 2013 Preserve Iowa Summit in Burlington on Aug. 24. Accepting the award were Hampton City Council member Jim Davies, Hampton Main Street Coordinator Kristina Raisch, and Brook Boehmler, former Executive Director of the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce.
ISU Extension Calendar Following is a portion of the calendar of events conducted by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Franklin County. The public is invited to attend. Due to arrangements and/or content, attendance at a few meetings will be limited by invitation or pre-registration. Further details may be REWDLQHGE\FRQWDFWLQJWKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\([WHQVLRQDQG2XWUHDFKRIÂżFH at 641-456-4811. DATE:
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DATE: September 11 TOPIC: F.I.T Coalition The following Franklin County Health Clinics have been scheduled for TIME: 1 p.m. the next week. PLACE: Franklin County Wellness Center Âł:HGQHVGD\6HSWHPEHU%ORRG3UHVVXUH&OLQLFDQG0HG0LQ DP+DPSWRQ6HQLRU&HQWHUZDONLQ Âł 7KXUVGD\ 6HSWHPEHU )RRW &OLQLF DP (06 %XLOGLQJ DATE: September 13 & 20 TOPIC: Livestock Quiz Bowl 6KHIĂ€HOG TIME: 7:15 p.m. â€” )ULGD\ 6HSWHPEHU %ORRG 3UHVVXUH DP )UDQNOLQ 3/$&( )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\([WHQVLRQ2IÂżFH &RXQW\3XEOLF+HDOWKZDONLQ â€” :HGQHVGD\ 6HSWHPEHU )RRW &OLQLF SP +DPSWRQ 6HQLRU DATE: September 15 &HQWHU TOPIC: 4-H Archery â€” 7KXUVGD\ 6HSWHPEHU )RRW &OLQLF DP )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ TIME: 2:30 p.m. 3XEOLF+HDOWK â€” 7KXUVGD\6HSWHPEHU,PPXQL]DWLRQ&OLQLFSP)UDQNOLQ PLACE: Franklin County Conservation Shed &RXQW\3XEOLF+HDOWK â€” )ULGD\ 6HSWHPEHU %ORRG 3UHVVXUH DP )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\3XEOLF+HDOWKZDONLQ â€” )ULGD\ 6HSWHPEHU %ORRG 3UHVVXUH DP &KLW &KDW &DIp 7KRUQWRQZDONLQ
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Access, Inc. to hold annual meeting The 2013 annual meeting will be held on Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. at Access, Inc., Hampton. At the meeting, the agenda includes election of new board members, a 2012-13 overall review of Access, and introduction of management and support staff. Refreshments will be provided.
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Clarksville library to host book signing by local author Kim Fennenman, daughter of Gary and Linda Fenneman, formerly of Clarksville, will be at the Clarksville Public Library on Friday, Sept. 13 from 2-4 p.m. and on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. to do a book signing on her newly published book, Corn-fed with Rice on the Side. Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea, and adopted by the Fenneman family of Clarksville. She lived on the dairy farm until age eight when their house burned down and the family moved to the suburbs of Dallas, Texas. Her book, Corn-fed with Rice on the Side, is a memoir of her life as a Korean adoptee, with light-hearted stories chronicling her life journey with WKHKRSHWKDWRWKHUDGRSWHHVZLOOÂżQGDSLHFHRIWKHPVHOYHVDQGQRQDGRSWHHV would gain a greater understanding of what itâ€™s like to be adopted. Please visit the Clarksville Public Library on Friday or Saturday while Kim is signing books (her parents will also be at the events). Books will be available for purchase for $13.95 each. Please use the libraryâ€™s West door on Elizabeth Street, as the front door is temporarily closed.
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NOTICE OF OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500770 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF James W. Roben, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of James W. Roben, Deceased, who died on or about July 31, 2012: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of August, 2013, the undersigned were appointed administrators of the estate. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 28th day of August, 2013. Eric W. Roben and Jennifer L. Harmon 257 Wood Moor Place, Columbia, SC 29212 2239 Central Pkwy., Florissant, MO 63031 Administrators of Estate Thomas C. Verhulst Attorney for the Administrators Gallagher, Langlas & Gallagher, PC 405 E. 5th St., P.O. Box 2615 Waterloo, IA 50704-2615 Date of second publication 18th day of September, 2013. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 11 and 18, 2013. ____________________________________
City Council: From Page 1
PUBLIC NOTICE City of Hampton
PUBLIC NOTICE Probate
City of Hampton Sewer .............................................$53,903.69 Summary of Receipts /DQGÂżOO&RPSRVW ...............................$2,491.83 August 2013 Emergency ............................................$55.93 General ...........................................$33,036.77 T.I.F. .....................................................$503.22 Band Shell ...............................................$2.85 Cemetery Trust ....................................$352.64 Pool ..................................................$6,651.70 Local Option Sales Tax ...................$34,500.30 Forfeiture .................................................$0.18 Make A Splash! .................................$2,285.21 Road Use Tax .................................$46,210.09 Economic Development..................$10,735.00 Trust & Agency .................................$1,940.91 Total Receipts/Deposits ................$246,464.73 Water ..............................................$53,794.41 ____________________________________________________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 11, 2013. ____________________________________________________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE 8QLRQ3DFLÂżF5DLOURDG NOTICE OF INTENT TO ABANDON AND DISCONTINUE SERVICE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY (â€œUPâ€?) gives notice that on or after September LWLQWHQGVWRÂżOHZLWKWKH6XUIDFH7UDQVportation Board, Washington, D.C. 20423, a Notice of Exemption under 49 C.F.R. Part 1152, Subpart Fâ€”Exempt Abandonments permitting the abandonment of a 0.59 mile line of railroad, known as the Bristow Subdivision, located in Franklin County, Iowa, extending from Milepost 318.07 to Milepost 318.66 near Hampton. The Line traverses U. S. Postal Service Zip Code 50441. The proceeding has been docketed as No. AB-33 (Sub-No. 316X). The Boardâ€™s Section of Environmental Analysis (â€œSEAâ€?) will generally prepare an Environmental Assessment (â€œEAâ€?), which will normally EHDYDLODEOHGD\VDIWHUWKHÂżOLQJRIWKH1RWLFH of Exemption. Comments on environmental and HQHUJ\PDWWHUVVKRXOGEHÂżOHGQRODWHUWKDQ days after the EA becomes available to the public and will be addressed in a Board decision. Interested persons may obtain a copy of the EA or make inquiries regarding environmental matters by writing to the Section of Environmental
Analysis (SEA), Surface Transportation Board, :DVKLQJWRQ'&RUE\FDOOLQJWKDWRIÂżFH at (202) 245-0295. $SSURSULDWH RIIHUV RI ÂżQDQFLDO DVVLVWDQFH WR FRQWLQXHUDLOVHUYLFHFDQEHÂżOHGZLWKWKH%RDUG Requests for environmental conditions, public use conditions, or rail banking/trails use also FDQEHÂżOHGZLWKWKH%RDUG$QRULJLQDODQG copies of any pleading that raises matters other than environmental issues (such as trails use, SXEOLF XVH DQG RIIHUV RI ÂżQDQFLDO DVVLVWDQFH PXVW EH ÂżOHG GLUHFWO\ ZLWK WKH %RDUGÂśV 2IÂżFH of the Secretary, 395 E Street, SW, Washington, DC 20423 [See 49 CFR 1104.1(a) and 1104.3(a).], and one copy must be served on the applicantâ€™s representative. [See 49 CFR D @ 4XHVWLRQV UHJDUGLQJ RIIHUV RI Âżnancial assistance, public use or trails use may EH GLUHFWHG WR WKH %RDUGÂśV 2IÂżFH RI &RQJUHVsional and Public Services at (866) 254-1792. Copies of any comments or requests for conditions should be served on UPâ€™s: Mack H. Shumate, Jr., Senior General Attorney, 101 North Wacker Drive, #1920, Chicago, Illinois 60606, (312) 777-2055. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
PUBLIC NOTICE Probate
Date of second publication 18th day of September, 2013. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 11 and 18, 2013. ____________________________________
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Barbara F. Orzechowski, ICIS PIN No: #AT0005957 Attorney for the Administrator Klass Law Firm, LLP Address: 4280 Sergeant Road, Suite 290, Sioux City, IA 51106
BEGIN ABADONMENT MP 318.07
NOTICE OF OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR053083 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Steven P. Woods, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Steven P. Woods, Deceased, who died on or about July 21, 2013: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of August, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of September, 2013. /s/William T. Woods Administrator of Estate Sioux City, Iowa
END ABADONMENT MP 318.66
In other items on the agenda, the council heard a report from Police Chief Bob Schaefer recommending removing the severDO OHYHOV RI SROLFH RIÂżFHU UDQNV from the department. Schaefer is in favor of eliminating the ranks of lieutenant, staff sergeant, sergeant, and corporal and having only one rank â€“ captain â€“ with the remaining members of the SROLFH IRUFH EHLQJ VLPSOH RIÂżcers. The changes would not afIHFW RIÂżFHUÂśV SD\ RU EHQHÂżWV LQ any manner. â€œItâ€™s a little much for a department of his size,â€? Dunt said of reducing the ranks. The suggestion was discussed by council members and will be SXWRQDIXWXUHDJHQGDIRURIÂżFLDO action at a later date. City Aquatic Center Manager Bradley Waddle updated the council on the recently complet-
ed summer season at the city SRRO :DGGOH GLVFXVVHG VWDIÂżQJ issues, programming, and other items related to the pool. Hampton Mayor Shawn Dietz told council members that he received a suggestion from the public regarding the city FRQVWUXFWLQJ D GRJVSHFLÂżF SDUN within city limits. No action was taken. Council Member Craig Eckhardt has in the past suggested the city recognize property owners for their nice yards and properly maintained properties. Dunt explored the issue and presented a program run by Osceola recognizing residents for their nice properties. The city council will meet for its regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday night in City Council chambers.
PUBLIC NOTICE Sheriffâ€™s Levy and Sale
PUBLIC NOTICE Sheriffâ€™s Levy and Sale
Date of second publication 11th day of September, 2013. ____________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S LEVY AND SALE STATE OF IOWA IOWA DISTRICT COURT COURT CASE EQCV500941 FRANKLIN COUNTY SPECIAL EXECUTION Freedom Mortgage Corporation, Plaintiff vs. Mary Busma aka Mary A Busma and Scott Busma aka Scott G. Busma; AAA Collections; H and R Account, Inc.; Midland Funding, LLC; Parties in Possession; State of Iowa, Iowa Department of Human Services, Department of Inspection and Appeals; The CBE Group, Inc.; IN REM, Defendants As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendantsâ€™ Real Estate to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is described below: Lot Six (6) in Block thirty-four (34) in the Original Town of Hampton, Franklin County, Iowa Local Address: 214 2nd Street SE, Hampton, Iowa The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale: 10-9-13 Time of Sale: 10:00 a.m. 3ODFHRI6DOH)URQWGRRURI6KHULIIÂśVRIÂżFHLQ Hampton, Iowa Redemption: None Judment Amount: $65,657.55 Costs: $8,594.00 Accruing Costs: PLUS Interest: 7.0% from 10-1-12 = $4,709.36 + $10,957.46 = $15,666.82 Attorney: Benjamin W Hopkins 1350 NW 138th St., Ste 100 Clive,IA 50325-8308 515/222-9400 Date: August 22, 2013 Sheriff Larry Richtsmeier Franklin County, Iowa Deputy: /s/Cheryl Crandall ____________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S LEVY AND SALE STATE OF IOWA IOWA DISTRICT COURT COURT CASE EQCV500892 FRANKLIN COUNTY SPECIAL EXECUTION Citimortgage, Inc., Successor in Interest to Principal Residential Mortgage, Inc, Plaintiff vs. Scott Foreman aka Scott M. Foreman; Security Credit Services LLC; Servicemaster 380; Spouse of Scott Foreman aka Scott M. Foreman, if any; The CBE Group - in REM, Defendants As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendantsâ€™ Real Estate to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is described below: Lot Five (5), Rigginâ€™s Addition to Hampton, Franklin County, Iowa Local Address: 1002 North Federal Street, Hampton, Iowa The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale: 10-9-13 Time of Sale: 10:30 a.m. 3ODFHRI6DOH)URQWGRRURI6KHULIIÂśVRIÂżFHLQ Hampton, Iowa Redemption: None Damages Amount: $58,137.56 Costs: $5,229.89 Accruing Costs: PLUS Interest: 6.125% from 10-19-12 = $3,473.12 + $4,923.45 = $8,396.57 Attorney: Benjamin W Hopkins 1350 NW 138th St., Ste 100 Clive,IA 50325-8308 515/222-9400 Date: August 22, 2013 Sheriff Larry Richtsmeier Franklin County, Iowa Deputy: /s/Cheryl Crandall ____________________________________
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 4 and 11, 2013. ____________________________________
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 4 and 11, 2013. ____________________________________
her property. Dunt said a resident in the 400 block of Third Street SE had destroyed the sidewalk in front of her home. City laws requires that the owner rebuild the sidewalk. The owner asked for a waiver to not rebuild the sidewalk. â€œItâ€™s essentially a sidewalk to nowhere,â€? Dunt said. â€œAnd her neighbor does not have a sidewalk.â€? The council decided to make a decision on the issues and the waiver request was put on the agenda for the Thursday night meeting of the council. PUBLIC NOTICE Probate NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500771 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Shirley Plagge, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Shirley Plagge, Deceased, who died on or about August 2, 2013: <RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG WKDW RQ WKH nd day of August, 2013, the last will and testament of Shirley Plagge, deceased, bearing date of the 10th day of May, 2012, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Jerry L. Plagge and Joyce Benes were appointed executors of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 27th day of August, 2013. Jerry L. Plagge Executor of Estate 302 S Reynolds, Latimer, IA 50452 Joyce Benes Executor of Estate 15374 Dodge Avenue, Clear Lake, IA 50452
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. MP 318.07 TO MP 318.66 TOTAL OF 0.59 MILES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY IN IOWA
CONNECTION TRACK UPRR TO BE ABANDONED PRINCIPAL HIGHWAYS OTHER ROADS
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. BRISTOW SUBDVISION IOWA
NOTE : THERE ARE NO 50+ YEAR OLD STRUCTURES
G.A. Cady III, ICIS PIN No: AT0001386 Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC Attorney for Executors 9 First Street SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 11, 2013. ____________________________________________________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE Notice to Bidders NOTICE TO BIDDERS Project No. : LFM-00-192--7X-35 Sealed bids will be accepted by the County (QJLQHHU RI )5$1./,1 &RXQW\ DW WKHLU RIÂżFH in Hampton , Iowa, until 10:00 AM, on Monday, September 16, 2013 for the various items of construction work listed below. $&HUWLÂżHGFKHFNPDGHSD\DEOHWRWKH&RXQty, or a Cashierâ€™s check, made payable to either the County or to the contractor, drawn upon a VROYHQW EDQN RU D ELG ERQG VKDOO EH ÂżOHG ZLWK each proposal in an amount as set forth in the proposal form. Cashierâ€™s check, made payable to the contractor, shall contain an unqualiÂżHGHQGRUVHPHQWWRWKH&RXQW\VLJQHGE\WKH contractor or his authorized agent. Failure to H[HFXWHDFRQWUDFWDQGÂżOHDQDFFHSWDEOHERQG DQG &HUWLÂżFDWH RI ,QVXUDQFH ZLWKLQ GD\V RI the date of the approval for awarding of the contract, as herein provided, will be just and sufÂżFLHQWFDXVHIRUWKHGHQLDORIWKHDZDUGDQGWKH forfeiture of the proposal guaranty. 3ODQV VSHFLÂżFDWLRQV DQG SURSRVDO IRUPV IRU the work may be seen and may be secured at WKH&RXQW\(QJLQHHUÂśV2IÂżFHDW2OLYH$Yenue Hampton. Franklin County, Iowa, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, DeSDUWPHQW RI 7UDQVSRUWDWLRQ 6XEWLWOH $ 2IÂżFH of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such $FWKHUE\QRWLÂżHVDOO%,''(56WKDWLWZLOODIÂżUPDWLYHO\ LQVXUH WKDW LQ DQ\ FRQWUDFW HQWHUHG into pursuant to this advertisement, minority
business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award. $OO SURSRVDOV PXVW EH ÂżOHG RQ WKH IRUPV furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special 3URYLVLRQVFRYHULQJWKHTXDOLÂżFDWLRQVRIELGGHUV and subletting or assigning of the contract. As a condition precedent to being furnished a proposal form, a prospective bidder must be on the current Iowa Department of Transportation RU ORFDO FRXQW\ OLVW RI TXDOLÂżHG ELGGHUV H[FHSW that this requirement will not apply when bids are received solely for materials, supplies, or equipment. FRANKLIN County shall issue sales tax exHPSWLRQ FHUWLÂżFDWHV WKURXJK WKH ,RZD 'HSDUWment of Revenue and Finance to the successful bidder and an subcontractors to enable them to purchase qualifying materials for the project free of sales tax. This project shall be tied with LFM-22-8-17-7X-35. Description of the Proposed Work : LFM-00192--7X-35 Replace Culvert due to undermining of road.
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on September 4 and 11, 2013. ____________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE Notice to Bidders MODIFIED SUBBASE, CY ....................38.520 HMA (300K ESAL) BASE, 1/2â€?, TON ....50.000 ASPH BINDER, PG 58-28, TON .............3.000 RMVL OF EXIST STRUCT, LS ................1.000 GRANULAR BACKFILL, TON ...............94.000 EXCAVATION, CL 20, CY ....................341.670 RMVL OF PAVâ€™T, ........................................SY 97.780 SAFETY CLOSURE, EACH ....................4.000 TRAFFIC CONTROL, LS ........................1.000 MOBILIZATION, LS .................................1.000 PRECAST CONCRETE BOX CULVERT STRAIGHT END SECTION, INSTALL ONLY, EACH .....................................................2.000 PRECAST CONCRETE BOX CULVERT, INSTALL ONLY, LF ..................................60.000 PERIMETER+SLOPE SEDIMENT CNTL DEVICE, 9â€?, LF .........................................60.000 Total Proposal Guaranty is $6,250.00; 7 Working Days; Completion Date: Nov-15-2013; $750.00/Day Liquidated Damages. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS OF THE IDOT, SERIES 2012, AND CURRENT SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS SHALL APPLY. Approved by the FRANKLIN County Board of Supervisors at their regular session on Sep-032013. By: Michelle Giddings Franklin County Auditor ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle and the 6KHIÂżHOG3UHVVRQ6HSWHPEHU ___________________________________
SUBGRADE STABIL MATâ€™L, POLYMER GRID, SY ......................................................115.560
NOTICE TO BIDDERS Project No. : LFM-22-8-17--7X-35 Sealed bids will be accepted by the County (QJLQHHU RI )5$1./,1 &RXQW\ DW WKHLU RIÂżFH in Hampton , Iowa, until 10:00 AM, on Monday, September 16, 2013 for the various items of construction work listed below. $&HUWLÂżHGFKHFNPDGHSD\DEOHWRWKH&RXQty, or a Cashierâ€™s check, made payable to either the County or to the contractor, drawn upon a VROYHQW EDQN RU D ELG ERQG VKDOO EH ÂżOHG ZLWK each proposal in an amount as set forth in the proposal form. Cashierâ€™s check, made payable to the contractor, shall contain an unqualiÂżHGHQGRUVHPHQWWRWKH&RXQW\VLJQHGE\WKH contractor or his authorized agent. Failure to H[HFXWHDFRQWUDFWDQGÂżOHDQDFFHSWDEOHERQG DQG &HUWLÂżFDWH RI ,QVXUDQFH ZLWKLQ GD\V RI the date of the approval for awarding of the contract, as herein provided, will be just and sufÂżFLHQWFDXVHIRUWKHGHQLDORIWKHDZDUGDQGWKH forfeiture of the proposal guaranty. 3ODQV VSHFLÂżFDWLRQV DQG SURSRVDO IRUPV IRU the work may be seen and may be secured at WKH&RXQW\(QJLQHHUÂśV2IÂżFHDW2OLYH$Yenue Hampton. Franklin County, Iowa, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, DeSDUWPHQW RI 7UDQVSRUWDWLRQ 6XEWLWOH $ 2IÂżFH of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such $FWKHUE\QRWLÂżHVDOO%,''(56WKDWLWZLOODIÂżUPDWLYHO\ LQVXUH WKDW LQ DQ\ FRQWUDFW HQWHUHG into pursuant to this advertisement, minority
business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award. $OO SURSRVDOV PXVW EH ÂżOHG RQ WKH IRUPV furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special 3URYLVLRQVFRYHULQJWKHTXDOLÂżFDWLRQVRIELGGHUV and subletting or assigning of the contract. As a condition precedent to being furnished a proposal form, a prospective bidder must be on the current Iowa Department of Transportation RU ORFDO FRXQW\ OLVW RI TXDOLÂżHG ELGGHUV H[FHSW that this requirement will not apply when bids are received solely for materials, supplies, or equipment. FRANKLIN County shall issue sales tax exHPSWLRQ FHUWLÂżFDWHV WKURXJK WKH ,RZD 'HSDUWment of Revenue and Finance to the successful bidder and an subcontractors to enable them to purchase qualifying materials for the project free of sales tax. This project shall be tied with LFM-00-192-7X-35 Description of the Proposed Work : LFM-228-17--7X-35 Replace two existing single box culverts for repaving project due to box failure. SUBGRADE STABIL MATâ€™L, POLYMER GRID, SY ......................................................288.880
MODIFIED SUBBASE, CY ....................96.300 HMA (300K ESAL) BASE, 1/2â€?, TON ..120.000 ASPH BINDER, PG 58-28, TON .............7.200 RMVL OF EXIST STRUCT, LS ................1.000 GRANULAR BACKFILL, TON .............162.000 EXCAVATION, CL 20, CY ....................545.800 SUBDRAIN, PLASTIC PIPE, 15â€?, LF ..110.000 SUBDRAIN, PLASTIC PIPE, 18â€?, LF ..130.000 RMVL OF PAVâ€™T, SY............................244.440 SAFETY CLOSURE, EACH ....................8.000 TRAFFIC CONTROL, LS ........................1.000 MOBILIZATION, LS .................................1.000 PRECAST CONCRETE BOX CULVERT STRAIGHT END SECTION, INSTALL ONLY, EACH .....................................................4.000 PRECAST CONCRETE BOX CULVERT, INSTALL ONLY, LF ................................126.000 PERIMETER+SLOPE SEDIMENT CNTL DEVICE, 9â€?, LF .......................................120.000 Total Proposal Guaranty is $6,250.00; 15 Working Days; Completion Date: Nov-15-2013; $750.00/Day Liquidated Damages. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS OF THE IDOT, SERIES 2012, AND CURRENT SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS SHALL APPLY. Approved by the FRANKLIN County Board of Supervisors at their regular session on Sep-032013. By: Michelle Giddings Franklin County Auditor ___________________________________
Jodi Hamilton, Mlg/Trng ........................207.14 Linda Hamman, Mileage.........................46.41 Hampton Hardware, Parts/Sup...............77.04 City of Hampton, Water ..........................38.63 Hardin Co Comm Srvs, Care/Keep ......877.43 Hardin Co Sheriff, Srvs ...........................54.73 Pamela Harkema, Mileage ...................154.53 Teresa Harms, Mileage...........................64.77 Hawkeye West Pest Cntrl, Pest Cntrl .....55.00 Heartland Asphalt, Const Srvs..............232.33 Gary Heilskov, Wells .............................749.25 Teresa Heitland-Symens, BOH Mtg........20.00 Howie Equip, Rep/Parts .......................544.03 Interstate All Battery Ctr, Batteries........155.83 Iowa Finance Authority, Trng ................175.00 Iowa Prison Industries, Sup ................3128.15 ISAC, Ed/Trng ....................................1025.00 ISACA, Trng..........................................110.00 JCL Solutions, Cust Sup .......................199.64 Gabe Johanns, Cell ................................20.00 Johnson Sanitary Products, Cust Sup ....44.75 Deb Jones, Mileage ................................11.22 KDE Services, Srvs ..............................384.00 Robin Koob, Mileage ............................253.98 Mail Services, Renewals ......................671.08 Marshall & Swift, Clng Srv ......................41.75 Martin Marietta, Road Stone...........215358.74 Dixie Martin, Mileage ..............................18.36 Mason City Clinic, Care/Keep...............172.00 MD Products, Rep/Parts .....................3922.51 Menards, Sup .........................................12.95 Mid-America Pub, Pub/Notices/Ad .......116.62 Mid American Energy, Util ....................277.25 Midland Power, Util ...................................8.54 Cynthia Miller, Mileage .........................151.47 Debra Miller, Mileage ..............................36.72 Erran Miller, BOH Mtg.............................20.00
Mt Hope Cemetery, Grave Care ...........496.00 Murphyâ€™s Htg & Plmbg, Rep/Parts ..........33.39 Barb Noss, Mileage ..............................170.34 2IÂżFH(OHPHQWV0DLQW .........................261.19 Old Chapin Cemetery, Grave Care.......128.00 Pakor Inc, Photo Sup............................950.37 Sherry Peterson, Mileage .....................145.86 Jerry Plagge, Comm/Mlg ........................75.00 Radar Road Tec, Radar Cert ................275.00 Nancy Retz, BOH Mtg ............................10.00 Secondary Rds, Fuel ..........................3307.25 Softree Technical, Engr Subs ...............550.00 Solutions, Support Agrmnt ....................324.00 Staples, Sup .........................................612.34 Jenni Swart, Mileage ..............................58.65 Treas State of Iowa, Care/Keep .........5611.06 Jeff Tudor, Well Clsd .............................365.80 US Cellular, Cell Srv .............................595.87 Verizon Wireless, Cell/WiFi ..................201.40 Warner Plastics & Liners, Rep/Parts ....284.00 Julia Warwick, Mileage .........................140.76 Weidemann Inc, Srvs .....................177248.57 Wex Bank, Fuel ....................................162.16 Christa Wiarda, Mileage .........................61.71 Daniel F Wiechmann Jr, Rent ...............716.00 Diana Wilkinson, Mileage .......................47.94 Tonia Wilkinson, Mileage ......................122.40 Jeanne Wogen, Mileage .........................84.66 Russell Wood, Mileage .........................470.22 Yaggy Colby Associates, Prof Srvs ....4272.00 Grand Total .....................................452503.76
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PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin County Board of Supervisors PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS September 3, 2013 Be it duly noted these minutes of 9/3/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman, Michael Nolte and Jerry L. Plagge present. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves the agenda as submitted with one addition: 1) Consider claims for the period ending 9/2/13. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, approves the minutes of August 26, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board opened the meeting to public comment: Ron Dunt-Hampton City Administrator asked about the Memorandum of Understanding-EMA 13-01. Russell Wood-CPC/Planning & Zoning-presented a proposed expansion plan for AgVantage, Chapin, and concerns on the location and construction to the property line. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves the claims for the period ending 9/2/13. All ayes. Motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves an Application for Approval of Construction of Subdrain within Franklin County Secondary Road Right of Way for David Jacobson to cross between Sections 9 and 16 in Morgan Township. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves the plans and bidding date set for September 16, 2013 at 10:00 AM for culvert replacements along S14 between 170th and 190th Streets in Sections 7, 8, 17 and 18 all in
Scott Township and culvert replacement along S41 (Mallard Avenue) between 40th and 50th Streets. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, opens at 10:00 AM a Public Hearing to receive comPHQWV RQ D QHZ &RQÂżQHPHQW )HHGLQJ 2Seration Construction Permit Application-Master Matrix for Wohlford Site, owner Wohlford Farms, Hampton, site located SW Âź NE Âź, Section 16, Geneva Twp. Two new 400 head GHHS EHGGHG FDWWOH KRRS FRQÂżQHPHQW EDUQV 400â€™ x 43 Â˝â€™ wide at an existing swine facility. Number of head-4050, animal unit capacity-2420. All ayes, motion carried. Present was: Earl Kalkwarf-Sanitarian, Brian Ritland-Pinnacle Group, Dave Wohlford and Terry Wohlford. Kalkwarf reported on his site visit and concerns regarding a pioneer cemetery. Points were considered in the Matrix concerning this cemetery but overall points were in excess of the required number. No oral or written concerns had been received. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, closes the Public Hearing at 10:07 AM. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by 3ODJJHDSSURYHVWKHQHZ&RQÂżQHPHQW)HHGing Operation Construction Permit ApplicationMaster Matrix for Wohlford Site, owner Wohlford Farms, Hampton; site located SW Âź NE Âź, Section 16, Geneva Twp. Two new 400 head GHHS EHGGHG FDWWOH KRRS FRQÂżQHPHQW EDUQV 400â€™ x 43 Â˝â€™ wide at an existing swine facility. Number of head-4050, animal unit capacity-2420. All ayes, motion carried. At 10:30 AM Deb Jones-Home Health Care requested the Board transfer budgeted dollars
in the amount of $75,000 from General Basic Fund (01000) to Home Care Fund (60202). Present also was Julie Pralle-Second Deputy Auditor. After a brief explanation, the Board agreed to transfer $75,000 of budgeted dollars. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, tables the Memorandum of Understanding-EMA 1301, allowing Franklin County Emergency Management employees to be part of the Countyâ€™s EHQHÂżWSDFNDJH7KLV028ZLOOEHDGGUHVVHG at a future meeting, date unknown at this time. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, tables the request for tax abatements for parcels of land on streets in the Ridgestone area; parcels 030820101200; 030827601300; 030827601400; and 030825101700. For a total of $796.00. This request will be addressed at a future meeting, date unknown at this time. All ayes, motion carried. The Board acknowledged Manure Management Plan Renewals for: 1) Pratt Site, #58125, owner Conaway & Pratt, site located 1961 190th St, Hampton, Sec 7, Ingham Township; 2) Burman Site 2, #61403, owner Bill Burman, site located 1446 Franklin Ave, Dumont, Sec 25, Ingham Township; 3) Larry J Hansen Site 1, #59771, owner Larry J Hansen, site located 974 Killdeer Ave, Hampton, Sec 22, Hamilton Township. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, adjourns at 11:25 AM until September 9, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board Claims
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FUTUREâ€™S SO BRIGHT, WEâ€™VE GOT TO WEAR SHADES Fall Athletics on Pace for their Preseason Goals Boys & Girls Cross Country The girls and boys cross country teams had a 2012 season full of memorable moments. They found multiple medalists in graduate Chris Huling, a two-time state meet TXDOLĂ€HUIRUWKHER\VDQGUHWXUQLQJ sophomore Jordan Prantner brought home her share of hardware for the girls team. The girls had a strong group of seniors with the leadership of Haley Toomsen, Haley Hansen, and Meg Hanson and earned a team victory at Central Springs. This year ushered in new goals, and thus far, both teams are right on pace to achieving them. In a preseason plagued by record high temperatures, head boys and girls cross country coach, Steve Huling, is especially grateful for what he calls, â€œa great group of kids who try hard and get along well.â€? He helped the team battle the temperatures by arranging for runners
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to have some of their practices at the Hampton Aquatic Center in the pool. The H-D girls team returns four runners from last yearâ€™s varsity squad: Jordan Prantner, Jessica Speake, Illiana Bartsch, and Bekah Christiansen. Grant Lehmann, Max Lehmann, Jacob Jungck, Chase Skarpness and Edgar Romo return for the boys, although Huling predicts that with Will Alert, Jacob Grefe and Brandon Holness running well, they too will be helping the varsity squad this season. This season, both teams have set team goals. While the girls want WRJHWJHWĂ€YHJLUOVFDSDEOHRIUXQning varsity, the boys will try to get Ă€YHER\VXQGHUWKHWZHQW\PLQXWH mark. One thing is for sure, they are improving every day and enjoying each other in the process.
Football The 2013 H-D football season is well underway with several games and scrimmages already in the books. Perhaps where the season actually started however was in the weight room over the summer, where dozens of hopeful bulldogs gathered daily to prepare for the upcoming season. Many of those players travelled to Pella in July to attend the Central College football camp where they competed with teams like Knoxville and Davenport North. Thus far, football coach Jerry Shaffrath has been extremely pleased with the effort of his six seniors. Dalton Hanson, Justin Wenzel, Levi Pratt, Tylor Jondal, Eduardo Flores and Aaron Meyer make up the sextuplet of veterans for this season. They are met by a staggering fourteen returning letter winners, creating a great deal of buzz for this gridiron gang.
The football team comes off of DGLIĂ€FXOWFDPSDLJQ7KH\ went 2-7 after a heartbreaking overtime loss to Central Springs and a one-point loss to Osage (those two losses alone kept them from the playoffs). Graduation leaves this yearâ€™s dogs without Josh Bauer, Andrew Benning, Nick Baily, or Spencer Tidman. Despite the loss, Shaffrath and his team have high expectations for this season. One advantage they will have is the experience of their juniors and seniors. Shaffrath explains, â€œWe have several athletes who return with some great stats who will make major contributions.â€? The bulldogs kicked off their season with a home 21-0 victory over Denver.
The girls are excited to demonstrate how well they work together. Senior Carolina Diosdado says, â€œWe have been communicating really well and I canâ€™t wait to see how we do this season!â€? Whitney Ringleb, also a senior, continues, â€œWe have a lot of good players and we should be able to work as a team better than ever.â€?
Volleyball According to head volleyball coach, Cinda Barz, her players have a new excitement this year that has created a new attitude for her team. While she understands her team is young, she recognizes the VLJQLĂ€FDQFHRIWKHLUGDLO\LQWHQVLW\ She explains, â€œAs long as we can keep the intensity going through the season, we will be a team to watch out for.â€? The 2012 team that went 4-22 saw the graduation of seven seniors: Tayrn Barz, Taryn Kline, Rachel Miller, Kaylynn Rowan, Demi Monaghan, Madison Creighton, and Madison Sietsma. Despite the profound loss, Barzâ€™s goal is to push this team to a level she hasnâ€™t yet seen. 7KHVTXDGUHWXUQHGĂ€YH letter winners. Andrea Berding, Lexi Sorenson, Catie Corsello, Morgan Kalkwarf and Jordan Casey make their return to the court and are met by a slew of underclassmen ready to make their mark.
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STAYING A-â€?HEADâ€? OF THE GAME H-D Adds Concussion Awareness to their Preseason Checklist
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When dealing with the health and safety of students and athletes, it is always better to be safe than sorry. When dealing with potential brain injuries in students and athletes however, neglect is downright dangerous. 7KLVIDOOIRUWKHĂ€UVWWLPH ever, middle school and high school fall and winter athletes at Hampton-Dumont, both male and female, were required to undergo concussion testing. These tests are not conducted to determine if athletes have concussions, but to establish a baseline of behavior for each athlete, so that if, in the future, they show signs of traumatic brain injury, test administers have a way of determining if
their behavior is abnormal. According to Activities Director Nate Boock, the tests will help to inform coaching staff, trainers, and doctors on what to do, and it will help them determine when an athlete can return to play. Many have asked why concussions and traumatic brain injury have become such hot topics in high school athletics in recent years. The statistics should speak for themselves. Concussions can cause both long and short term changes that may affect thinking, sensation, language and emotions, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Medical Xpress estimates that up to 3.8 million sports-related
concussions occur in the United States every year. Bailey Condon, a junior at Hampton-Dumont, suffered a concussion last year when a fall in the shuttle-hurdle relay landed her on her head. Condon got medical attention immediately, but says the effects her injury had on the rest of her school \HDUZHUHQRWLQVLJQLĂ€FDQW6KH explains, â€œI had trouble focusing in class and found I was very irritable. I still notice the effects it has on my personality and ability to perform academically.â€? H-D testing took place within a two-day window. With DWKOHWHVDQGĂ€YHWUDLQers from Accelerated Rehab out of Mason City conducting
the tests, testing took several hours. Boock concludes it went smoothly. During the tests, students were asked to perform a series of physical and mental tasks. Sophomore volleyball player Ashlyn Hansen explains, â€œThey asked me to stand on one foot with my eyes closed, say the months backwards, and reSHDWĂ€YHZRUGVEDFNÂľ$WKOHWHV were also asked simple questions about the date and time. Hampton-Dumont administration also recognizes the importance of education and awareness of traumatic brain injury for the coaching staff. Boock says, â€œThe coaching staff currently completes a concussion course offered through the National Federation. Coaches will also be helping with the education process for our parents and athletes through parent meetings.â€? He goes on to explain that his goal is to have trainers come in from Accelerated Rehab to continue educating coaches and staff about the dangers of concussions, how to prevent them, and what to do if they suspect an athlete has suffered one. When concussion testing is
Left: Sophomore John Krull answers questions during his concussion testing. The trainer administering the test is from Accelerated Rehab out of Mason City.
conducted, it is the hope of all involved that the information obtained never has to be used. And while watching contact sports can be scary, H-D parents may rest a little easier knowing that steps have been taken to ensure the safety of their children.
Concussions by the Numbers *Concussions account for 13.2% of all high school athletic injuries. *Athletes ages 1619 sustain 29% of all athletic related concussions. *There are 1.6- 3.8 million sports related concussions in the United States every year. *For young people ages 15-24 years, sports are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury (second only to motor vehicle accidents).
**Information taken from the Center for Disease Prevention
Prantner off to fast start for Bulldogs Lynx Invite Boys Team Results 1. Algona 32; 2. Boone 38; 3. Fort Dodge 65; 4. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 103; 5. Webster City 181; 6. Manson NW Webster 196; 7. Humboldt 199; 8. Eagle Grove 205; 9. Roland Story 245; 10. Prairie Valley 249; 11. Hampton-Dumont 306; 12. Belmond-Klemme 350. Hampton-Dumont (306) â€“ 48. Grant Lehmann 20:24.14; 62. Will Alert 21:18; 65. Max Lehmann 22:03; 66. Chase Skarpness 22:05; 69. Brandon Holness 22:18; 70. Edgar Romo 22:21. H-D JV â€“ 23. Jacob Jungck 21:32; 27. Spencer Clark 21:45; 31. Jarred Robinson 22:02; 47. Trevor Grefe 22:39; 57. Justin Kent 22:56; 59. Bert Alert 23:04; 87. Alex Gonzalez 24:27; 91. Allen Teggatz 24:43; 92. Mitch Lettow 24:45; 100. Reece Shirk 25:09; 108. Sam Wragge 25:33; 128. Greg Cavazos 28:28. Girls Team Results 1. Algona 47; 2. Humboldt 56; 3. Boone 80; 4. Roland Story Jordan Prantner :HEVWHU &LW\ &ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOG (DJOH Algona took the girlsâ€™ team title with Grove 184; 8. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 197; 9. Fort Dodge 201; WKH WRS Ă€YH VFRUHUV DOO Ă€QLVKLQJ LQ the top 15 for 47 points. Boone had 10. Prairie Valley 216; 11. Belmond-Klemme 290. Hampton-Dumont (no team score) â€“ 9. Jordan Prantner the top two medalists in Albert Meier (15:43.88) and Chandler Austin 18:06.12; 30. Jessica Speake 19:19. H-D JV â€“ 6. Bekah Christiansen 20:26; 14. Lindy Lehmann EXW Ă€QLVKHG VHFRQG LQ WHDP VFRULQJ WR $OJRQD ZLWK Ă€YH 21:16; 20. 21:57; 25. Crystal Peterson 22:27; 36. Katie Peterson top-10 places, which completed the 24:08; 37. Elvira Cavazos 24:15; 41. Lela Barnes 25:15.
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MASON CITY â€“ Peyton Twedt paced the West Fork boys cross country WHDP WR D IRXUWKSODFH WHDP Ă€QLVK DW the Mason City Newman Invite held Tuesday, Sept. 3. 7ZHGW ZKR FURVVHG WKH Ă€QLVK OLQH in 17 minutes. 20.74 seconds, was eighth overall to earn a medal. He had a close pack behind him as WKH:DUKDZNVĂ€QLVKHGEHKLQG*DUQHU +D\Ă€HOG9HQWXUD:HVW +DQFRFN Osage and Mason City High in the team race. West Fork scored 133 points. Jacob Hansen, a freshman was just outside the top 10, taking 13th in 17:56.23. Also rounding out boys team scoring were Colton Rowe (18:38.89), Drew Engebretson (18:39.10) and Austin Steil (19:17.83). West Forkâ€™s girls were led by Maya 5RZHÂˇV UG SODFH Ă€QLVK LQ The Warhawks were ninth in team scoring at 247. *DUQHU+D\ILHOG9HQWXUD:HVW Hancock won both of the girls and ER\V WHDP UDFHV *+9:+ KDG WR win a tiebreak by virtue of the sixth runner to take the title over Osage and had the individual champion in -RHO 7RSSLQ ZKLOH ,RZD )DOOV$OGHQ AGWSRâ€™s Jessica Lippert won the girls individual title in 16:18.05. Her VLVWHU %HWKDQ\ ZDV WKLUG Ă€QLVKLQJ D little more than 10 seconds behind as the Cadets were third in the girls team race with 114 points. The team scoring for the Warhawk girls was completed by Sydney Shreckengost (18:51.51), Taylor Rooney (19:16.67), Taylor Logan (19:20.05) and Taylor Nuehring (19:52.56). Newman Cross Country Invitational Girls Team Scoring 1. G-H/V-WH 55; 2. Osage 92; 3. Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR 114; 4. North Iowa 118; 5. Bishop Garrigan 141; 5. Newman Catholic 149; 6. Mason City 160; 7. Clear Lake 203; 8. Central Springs 238; 9. West Fork 247; 10. North Butler 259; 11. Forest City 321; 12. Rockford 348. West Fork (247) â€“ 33. Maya Rowe 18:35.69; 38. Sydney Shreckengost 18:51.51; 46. Taylor Rooney 19:16.67; 49. Taylor Logan 19:20.05; 59. Taylor Nuehring 19:52.56. Boys Team Scoring 1. G-H/V-WH 81; 2. Osage 81; 3. Mason City 112; 4. West Fork 133; 5. Clear Lake 137; 6. Bishop Garrigan 147; 7. North Butler 188; 9. Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR 199; 10. Forest City 231; 11. North Iowa 253; 12. Central Springs 273; 13. Lake Mills 315; 14. Newman Catholic 347; 15. New Hampton 398; 16. Rockford 426. West Fork (133) â€“ 8. Peyton Twedt 17:20.74; 13. Jacob Hansen 17:56.23; 33. Colton Rowe 18:38.89; 34. Drew Engebretson 18:39.10; 45. Austin Steil 19:17.83.
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Hampton-Dumontâ€™s Catie Corsello stretches for a dig during the Franklin County volleyball triangular at CAL High School on Tuesday, Sept. 3. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
Serving a purpose: West Fork keeps Franklin County volleyball crown
By Kristi Nixon LATIMER â€“ Four years of varsity volleyball and West Forkâ€™s Lindsey Peterson has never lost the trophy given to the Franklin County triangular winners. She made sure of it with her serving in the Warhawksâ€™ 25-19, 25-21 win over Hampton-Dumont to complete a county sweep after topping CAL 25-13, 25-14 in the Ă€UVWPDWFK â€œItâ€™s really awesome because Iâ€™ve played since my freshman year â€“ itâ€™s my fourth year in a row winning it,â€? Peterson said, â€œso itâ€™s pretty awesome winning the championship.â€? It marked the seventh year in a row West Fork has claimed the county title in volleyball. But it had to work in both games against Hampton-Dumont as the Bulldogs fought to tie it at 14 in the Ă€UVWJDPHDQGDWLQWKHVHFRQG ,Q WKH Ă€UVW JDPH Ă€UVW\HDU:HVW Fork coach Abbee Gappa called timeout to regroup after H-Dâ€™s Lexi Sorenson served up an ace to tie the score. â€œI just said that we needed to regain everything that we had lost,â€? Gappa said. â€œThe momentum had shifted a little bit and we did a little better as we took the blockers off and were able to tip a little bit more and it played out in our favor.â€? After that timeout, the Warhawks achieved sideout and Peterson went RQ D VHUYLQJ UXQ IRU Ă€YH VWUDLJKW West Fork points to force an H-D timeout. Peterson had six aces against the %XOOGRJV Â˛ IRXU LQ WKDW Ă€UVWJDPH run. â€œI just know I can place the ball in a good spot where no one is, which is kind of what I try to do,â€? Peterson explained. â€œI donâ€™t know if people realize that, but I just try to get the best serve that I can. â€œI look at the court and see if there is like an open shot short Iâ€™ll take it or I serve deep if a person isnâ€™t as long (on the court) as possible. I try to pick on them.â€?
Gappa added, â€œSheâ€™s a heck of a server and sheâ€™s got a nice little touch on it â€“ it can go short or long so you never really know where itâ€™s going to go.â€? Hampton-Dumont salvaged a split when it was forced to go three games against CAL, defeating the &DGHWV CAL had trouble with the serving of Andrea Berding and Megan Kalwarf, who had six and four aces between them, including all four E\.DONZDUILQIRXURIWKHODVWĂ€YH points by the Bulldogs. â€œAs far as Andreaâ€™s and Morganâ€™s serves, they both have a touch that has a spin to it, Iâ€™m guessing that is not being able to be handled by back row, which is what we like to see,â€? H-D coach Cinda Barz said. â€œAnd the consistency in this second and third games with CAL was a lot EHWWHU 7KH Ă€UVW JDPH ZH FRXOGQÂˇW hit the court, so I was glad to see KRZWKH\Ă€JXUHGRXWKRZWRZLQWKLV game and they answered back.â€? 7KH&DGHWVKDGDDQGWKHQ GHĂ€FLW LQ WKH RSHQLQJ JDPH DJDLQVW Hampton-Dumont but then rallied to WDNHWKHĂ€UVWJDPH â€œI threatened that Iâ€™d make them run in practice if they didnâ€™t (turn it around),â€? CAL coach Amanda Rapp said. â€œIt seemed to motivate them. If I actually would have made them do that, I donâ€™t know.â€? After Rapp called timeout, CAL ZHQW RQ D UXQ WR WLH LW DQG eventually took the lead at 14-12 after a H-D hitting error and an ace serve by Jenna Johnson. The Bulldogs rallied to tie it late, EXW WKH &DGHWV SXOOHG RXW WKDW Ă€UVW game victory due to a couple of H-D hitting errors. â€œWe just played West Fork two games, I knew we were coming off the bench with a loss, kind of cold, not knowing what we were coming up against,â€? Barz said. â€œWe saw them (CAL) get beat by West Fork, so thereâ€™s a lot of mental things happen when we came up against &$/WKHĂ€UVWWLPH7KH\VKRZHGXV a lot more against us than they did
West Forkâ€™s Kelsey Nierengarten, left, blocks the tip of Hampton-Dumontâ€™s Morgan Kalkwarf during the Franklin County volleyball triangular on Tuesday, Sept. 3. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
against West Fork and I think they played a lot better against us.â€? $QG &$/ VKRZHG PRUH Ă€JKW LQ the second game, leading as late as 20-19 before Berding started a serving run that all but put the game away. â€œI think they thought it was coming closer and theyâ€™d move up and it would go deeper than they thought it would â€“ just things we need to work on in practice,â€? Rapp VDLGRIKHUWHDPÂˇVGLIĂ€FXOW\ZLWKWKH H-D serve. â€œWe just need to learn to Ă€QLVKJDPHV:HSOD\ZHOOPRVWRI WKHWLPHZHMXVWQHHGWRĂ€QLVK â€œWeâ€™re miles ahead of where we were last year.â€? The Bulldogs took charge in the Ă€QDOJDPHHUDVLQJDGHĂ€FLWDQG never trailing again after taking the 2-1 lead. â€œIâ€™m just glad to see that the girls kept trying,â€? Barz said. â€œThey came from behind stepped it up and made the runs when it was needed.â€? Scores: West Fork def. CAL 2513, 25-14; West Fork def. HamptonDumont 25-19, 25-21; HamptonDumont def. CAL 23-25, 25-21, 15-6 West Fork vs. CAL Attacks â€“ West Fork 73 (Lindsey Peterson 36, Courtney Larson 20, Kelsey Nierengarten 8, Lexi Bray 7, Peyton Perkins 2); CAL 28 (Dianna Porzio 10, Karter Miller 8, Sidney Turner 5, Jenna Johnson 3, Emily Quinones 2). Kills â€“ WF 24 (Peterson 19, C. Larson 4, Perkins); CAL (Miller 4, Porzio). Blocks â€“ WF 3 (Bray, Nierengarten, Perkins); CAL 0. Assists â€“ WF 24 (Perkins 12, Ahna Larson 9, Jacy Guerrero, Nierengarten, Peterson); WF 5 (Stephanie Thielen 3, Johnson, Turner). Digs â€“ WF 40 (Peterson 21, Guerrero 5, A. Larson 5, Kaitlyn Liekweg 4, Siera Jeffrey 3, Perkins 2); CAL 26 (Johnson 6, Miller 5, Quinones 5, Porzio 4, Turner 4, Thielen 2). Serving â€“ WF, C. Larson 10-10, ace; Jeffrey 7-7, ace; Peterson 9-10, ace; Liekweg 11-13, 3 aces; A. Larson 5-6, ace; Perkins 3-4. CAL, Johnson 4-4; Turner 3-3; Thielen 4-5; Miller 3-4; Quinones 4-6, ace; Porzio 3-5. West Fork vs. Hampton-Dumont Attacks â€“ WF 62 (Lindsey Peterson
28, Courtney Larson 14, Lexi Bray 11, Kelsey Nierengarten 4, Ahna Larson 2, Peyton Perkins 2 Siera Jeffrey). H-D 52 (Andrea Berding 11, Catie Corsello 10, Macy Scheideman 10, Jordan Casey 9, Lexi Sorenson 6, Shelby Tidman 4, Morgan Kalfwarf, Madison Mason). Kills â€“ WF 15 (Peterson 11, C. Larson 3, Bray). H-D (Casey 4, Corsello 3, Berding 2, Sorenson 2, Mason). Blocks â€“ WF 1 (Nierengarten). H-D 8 (Scheideman 3, Berding 2, Casey, Corsello, Tidman). Assists â€“ WF 13 (A. Larson 9. Perkins 4). H-D 10 (Berding 7, Kalkwarf 2, Sorenson). Digs â€“ WF 25 (Peterson 12, A. Larson 5, Jacy Guerrero 3, C. Larson 2, Perkins 2, Jeffrey). H-D 29 (Berding 7, Sorenson 7, Tidman 5, Mason 4, Carolina Diosdado 2, Corsello 2, Whitney Ringleb, Scheideman). Serving â€“ H-D, Diosdado 4-4, Mason 3-3, Casey 2-2, Scheideman 2-2, Kalkwarf 7-8, 2 aces; Berding 5-7, 2 aces; Sorenson 5-7, ace; Tidman 3-5, Corsello 1-3. WF, Jeffrey 9-9, 2 aces; Perkins 8-8, ace; Peterson 15-16, 6 aces; A. Larson 5-6, C. Larson 5-6. Hampton-Dumont vs. CAL Attacks â€“ H-D 85 (Catie Corsello 23, Andrea Berding 16, Jordan Casey 15, Lexi Sorenson 14, Macy Scheideman 7, Shelby Tidman 5, Morgan Kalkwarf 3, Madison Mason 2. CAL 39 (Jenna Johnson 10, Sidney Turner 10, Karter Miller 9, Dianna Porzio 7, Emily Quinones 2, Stephanie Thielen). Kills â€“ H-D 17 (Corsello 6, Casey 5, Berding 3, Sorenson 2, Tidman). CAL 11 (Miller 3, Johnson 2, Porzio 2, Turner 2, Quinones, Thielen). Blocks â€“ H-D 5 (Scheideman 3, Berding 2); CAL 2 (Johnson 2). Assists â€“ H-D 14 (Berding 12, Kalkwarf, Tidman). CAL 8 ( Thielen 6, Turner 2). Digs â€“ H-D 41 (Berding 9, Sorenson 7, Mason 6, Whitney Ringleb 5, Carolina Diosdado 4, Corsello 3, Tidman 3, Kalkwarf 2, Casey, Scheideman). CAL 8 (Thielen 6, Turner 2). Serving â€“ H-D, Kalkwarf 7-7, 3 aces; Ringleb 6-6, ace; Diosdado 2-2; Tidman 1-1; Berding 21-25, 8 aces; Corsello 3-4, ace; Casey 3-4; Sorenson 6-8; Mason 2-3, ace. CAL, Quinones 9-9, ace; Thielen 9-9, ace; Turner 14-15, 2 aces; Johnson 8-9, ace; Porzio 4-7, ace; Miller 2-4, ace.
CAL setter Stephanie Thielen concentrates as she sets the ball up for a teammate during the Tuesday, Sept. 3 Franklin County triangular. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
CALâ€™s Emily Quinones, right, punches the ball over the block of West Forkâ€™s Lindsey Peterson during the Franklin County volleyball triangular on Tuesday, Sept. 3. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
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Cougar coach Skip Williams was a man of few words about the victory. â€œWe did a great job,â€? he said. AGWSRâ€™s defense held GMG to 94 yards of total offense, including just 14 yards on the ground. The Wolverines entered the game averaging 244 yards per contest on the ground. Stockdale and Michael <RXQJ SDFHG WKH GHIHQVH ZLWK Ă€YH tackles each. The Cougars (3-0) face defending Class A, District 2 champion West Hancock in their district opener Friday. GMG drops to 2-1 with the loss.
West Fork falls at Belmond-Klemme BELMOND â€“ West Fork H[SHULHQFHG LWV Ă€UVW ORVV RQ WKH road on Friday night, falling at Belmond-Klemme, 41-18. Elijah Kinseth threw for three touchdowns against the Warhawks and rushed for two more in rolling XS \DUGV RI RIIHQVH DJDLQVW West Fork. Spencer Halloran was intercepted twice and sacked twice by the Broncos, but passed for 211 yards to six different receivers DQG D \DUG WRXFKGRZQ SDVV WR Deven Heitland while running for WZR PRUH DPDVVLQJ \DUGV RQ
the ground. -DFRE(OLDVRQFDXJKWĂ€YHSDVVHV for 82 yards for the Warhawks and Tyson Pillard rushed 10 times for 40. West Fork (1-1) starts district play at home against Mason City Newman this Friday. Belmond-Klemme 41, West Fork 18 West Fork 0 6 0 12 â€” 18 B-K 14 7 20 0 â€” 41 BK â€” Elijah Kinseth 4 run (Kinseth kick), 7:07. BK â€” Josh Gavin 10 pass from Kinseth (Kinseth kick), 5:03.
BK â€” Kinseth recovered fumble in end zone (Kinseth kick), 11:25. WF â€” Spencer Halloran 3 run (kick failed), 6:48. BK â€” Gavin 44 pass from Kinseth (Kinseth kick), 10:51. BK â€” Taylor Meints 2 run (kick failed), 9:19. BK â€” Gavin 39 pass from Kinseth (Kinseth kick), 6:41. WF â€” Halloran 2 run (kick failed), 6:03. WF â€” Deven Heitland 36 pass from Halloran (kick failed), 2:21. Individual leaders Rushing â€” West Fork: Spencer Halloran 18-74, Tyson Pillard 10-40, Clay Emhoff 1-0, Austin
Neff 1-(-2); Belmond-Klemme: Taylor Meints 11-23, Josh Gavin 1-2, Elijah Kinseth 13-91, Korby Sander 1-(-4), Kyle Smith 4-(-2), Zach Andrews 2-(-9). Passing â€” West Fork: Halloran 19-39-2, 211 yards; BelmondKlemme: Kinseth 6-8-0, 149 yards; Sander 1-2-1, 12 yards; Andrews 1-1-0, 4 yards. Receiving â€” West Fork: Evan Sprung 5-38, Austin Neff 5-31, Jacob Eliason 5-82, Pillard 1-10, Deven Heitland 2-44, Collin Arndt 1-4; Belmond-Klemme: Gavin 4-110, Sander 1-29, Caleb Torkelson 1-10, Adam Smith 1-12, Matthew Lovgren 1-4.
CALâ€™s Quinones scores three TDs in loss to RRMR By Nick Pedley Despite marked improvement from their season opener, the CAL football team fell to Rudd-Rockford0DUEOH 5RFN )ULGD\ QLJKW LQ Latimer. RRMR jumped out to an early 20-0 lead and never looked back. Warrior quarterback Ryan Turner picked apart the CAL secondary and threw for 232 yards, four touchdowns and completed 18-ofSDVVDWWHPSWV&DGHWKHDGFRDFK Scott Striegel felt the game was much closer than it appeared and saw many improvements from the teamâ€™s Week 1 performance, despite the lopsided score. â€œIâ€™m very pleased with our overall team atmosphere, it was much better this week and our attitude was much
better,â€? Striegel observed. â€œIf we do the right things and not get beat over the top, itâ€™s a 40-20 ball game.â€? The Cadets were in the game WKURXJKRXW WKH Ă€UVW TXDUWHU 6HQLRU running back Andrew Quinones EURNH WKURXJK IRU &$/ÂˇV Ă€UVW VFRUH RIWKHVHDVRQDVWKHĂ€QDOVHFRQGVRI the opening period ticked away. The touchdown put the Cadets right back in the thick of things, but it was short lived. RRMR scored 24 unanswered SRLQWV WR WDNH D OHDG LQWR halftime &$/ NHSW Ă€JKWLQJ KRZHYHU Quinones found the end zone two more times in the second half â€“ once RQD\DUGUHFHSWLRQDQGRQFHRQ a run. The Warriors did just enough to stymie any thought of a CAL comeback as their offense picked
XSULJKWZKHUHLWOHIWRIILQWKHĂ€UVW half. RRMR scored twice in the third quarter and once in the fourth to round out their scoring for the night. Â´(YHQ WKRXJK WKH\ SXW XS some points against us, we came out, like I said, we gave up the big play,â€? said Striegel. â€œI saw some very good things off the edge, weâ€™re just a little inconsistentâ€Śweâ€™ll shore up some of that up and weâ€™ll get better. Weâ€™re playing a lot of young kids on defense.â€? CAL gave up 509 total yards to the Warriors. Striegel felt the Cadets need to work at getting better angles to put themselves in better position to make more tackles. â€œIt was better this week, but not what it needs to be at this level and especially in this district. This
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district is tough,â€? he said. Juan Carlos Calles paced CAL on defense with three solo tackles, three assists and one interception. Angel Cano, Hunter Schliesman and Juan Trinidad each contributed a sack during the game. Additionally, seniors Quinones and Taylor Rapp Ă€QLVKHG WKH QLJKW ZLWK VHYHQ WRWDO tackles apiece. Striegel saw many positives on offense, but noted certain adjustments and improvements need to be made before the Cadetsâ€™ next game. He also pointed towards a lack of experience in key positions like quarterback and tight end as reasons for lower production. CAL accumulated only 242 yards of total offense against RRMR. â€œOffensively, we did a lot better
job of sustaining some drives, and I think our run game was there. We still have a lot of work to do on our passing game,â€? he said. â€œWeâ€™re going to work on that so we can become a little more balanced offensively.â€? Quinones was the obvious workhorse for the Cadet offense. He racked up 123 yards on 13 rushes for an average of 9.5 yards-per-carry. His longest rushing score came on D \DUG UXQ LQ WKH Ă€UVW TXDUWHU Miguel Calles followed with 21 yards on 10 carries. 4XQLRQHVÂˇ \DUG WRXFKGRZQ reception was one of CALâ€™s two completions on the night. Freshman quarterback Kainen Braun went IRU ZLWK D WRXFKGRZQ DQG WZR interceptions. Thereâ€™s work to be done, but
Striegel remained optimistic. â€œWe improved leaps and bounds and we just gotta keep going from here,â€? he said. â€œWeâ€™re going to have some success eventually on the scoreboard. I think our kids are pretty down about it, and thatâ€™s OK, too.â€? CAL (0-2) will square off against Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne (1-2) Friday night. The Panthers are IUHVK RII D GUXEELQJ RI &OD\ Central-Everly last week. â€œTheyâ€™ve got 15 kids in their SURJUDP ZHÂˇYH JRW NLGV 6R you know, I think as far as that goes hopefully itâ€™s a balanced game and we get after them,â€? said Striegel.
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Centrum Valley Farms is hiring a Farm Manager for its layer sites. Candidate will be responsible for overseeing production and farm management. This position works directly with the production staff in producing and maintaining healthy birds and eggs. This position also requires verification of food, water, temperature, alarm systems, and molt schedule. We are looking for an individual with at least 2 years of poultry complex management, poultry husbandry background, self-starter, organized, and with great communication skills. This is a high level; salaried position.
For complete information contact Krukow Real Estate at 641-456-3883 or visit www.krukowrealestate.com
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Sealed Bids to be mailed to: Krukow Real Estate 515 Central Ave West Hampton, IA 50441 Terms: Bids to be submitted by 9-23-13. Top 5 bidders will be notified. They may attend Farm Auction at 10:00 a.m. on 928-13. Location will be given at time of notification. Top 5 bidders will bring a cashier's check for $25,000.
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CENTRUM VALLEY FARMS PO Box 538 â€˘ Clarion, Iowa 50525 Attn. Human Resources
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Rochelle Abbas Realtor
The following parcel of land located in Hardin County, Iowa, is offered for sale by Cheryl Rankin, Executor of the Estate of Harold D. Murra, deceased: The South Half (SÂ˝) of the West Half (WÂ˝) of the Northwest Quarter (NWÂź) of Section Twenty-two (22), Township Eighty-nine (89) North, Range Nineteen (19) West of the 5th P.M., in Hardin County, Iowa, consisting of 38.33 acres, more or less. For further information, contact Michael A. Smith, Craig, Smith & Cutler, LLP, 1305 - 12th Street, Eldora, IA 50627, telephone 641-939-5475.
TERMS OF SALE
1. Minimum bid is $10,000.00 per acre. A written bid should be submitted in a sealed envelope. The outside of the envelope should state the name, address, and telephone number of the person submitting the bid. The bids will be accepted on behalf of the Estate of Harold D. Murra, deceased, by Attorney Michael A. Smith at the law offices of Craig, Smith & Cutler, LLP, 1305 - 12th Street, Eldora, IA 50627, or 621 Main Street, Ackley, IA 50601 until 4:00 p.m. on the 25th day of September, 2013. 2. All sealed written bids will be opened and read at 10:00 a.m. on the 27th day of September, 2013, at the law office of Craig, Smith & Cutler, LLP, 621 Main Street, Ackley, IA 50601. Attendance at such sale shall be limited to those persons who have previously submitted a sealed written bid. At said time and place and after reading all of the bids, all persons who submitted a qualifying written bid shall have the opportunity to bid against each other for the purchase of the parcel. This sale shall continue until the parcel has been auctioned. 3. Sale of the parcel will be to the highest bidder. THE SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. 4. The successful bidder shall pay the purchase price in cash as follows: a. Ten percent (10%) on the day of the auction. b. Balance due on the date of possession. 5. The successful bidder shall execute a real estate contract on the Iowa State Bar Association form on the day his or her bid is accepted. 6. The seller shall pay all real estate taxes assessed for the 2011-2012 fiscal year payable in the fiscal year of 2012-2013. The 2012-2013 year taxes payable in fiscal year 2013-2014 shall be prorated to date of possession. 7. Buyer shall be responsible for confirming ASCS acreage bases, yields and allotments. 8. This is a sale on behalf of an estate. This sale shall be subject to approval by the Iowa District Court for Hardin County. 9. Announcements at time of sale shall supersede anything printed herein.
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Introducing the Chronicle staffâ€™s pick â€˜em contest. This is strictly a friendly (or notso-friendly) rivalry among Chronicle staff members: editor Jeff Forward, reporter Nick Pedley, sports editor Kristi Nixon, publisher Ryan Harvey and sales representative Frankie Aliu. This is for reader amusement (and a little competition amongst ourselves).
PRO Minnesota at Chicago Dallas at Kansas City COLLEGE UCLA at Nebraska Alabama at Texas A&M Iowa at ISU COMMENTARY Ryan Harvey
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Ryan Harvey Publisher
Jeff Forward Editor
Nick Pedley Reporter
Kristi Nixon Sports Editor
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Nebraska Alabama ISU 28, Iowa 24
UCLA Alabama ISU 20, Iowa 19
Nebraska Alabama Iowa 28, ISU 17
Nebraska Alabama Iowa 21, ISU 20
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Minnesota. Bears have too many question marks for me to pick them this week. Dallas. Cowboy defense will likely be too tough for the Chiefs. Nebraska. Arguably one of the toughest places to play in the country. I expect a tough contest. Alabama. â€˜Bama is just too tough across the board. Johnny Football will have his hands full. ISU 49, Iowa 42.%DVHGRQWKHLUÂżUVWWZRJDPHVRIWKHVHDVRQERWKWHDPVVWUXJJOHGZLWKGHIHQVH:KLFKHYHUWHDPORVHVWKLVRQHWKH odds of making a bowl game get very, very dim. Considering the game is in Ames, Iâ€™ve got to pick my alma mater. Chicago. Cutler has a new offensive coordinator, Matt Forte goes for two TDs. Dallas. Tony Romo will run wild; Kansas City is still badâ€ŚUCLA. Huskers EDUHO\EHDW:\RPLQJ8&/$KDVDEHWWHUWHDPWKDQSHRSOHUHDOL]HAlabama. Touchdown Johnny will throw an INT late in the game allowing â€˜Bama to escape with the win. ISU 20, Iowa 19. A hard-fought battle for in-state pride goes to the Cyclones. Minnesota. AP runs for 175-plus; Jay Cutler pouts.Dallas,WÂśVUXPRUHG.&KHDGFRDFK$QG\5HLGZLOOHDWWZRODUJHSHSSHURQLSL]]DVDVKDOIWLPH entertainment. Nebraska. Steve Alford and his stupid haircut work at UCLA now. Automatic boycott. Alabama. Itâ€™s hard to tell whoâ€™s more hated in this one: Alabamaâ€™s Nick Saban or A&Mâ€™s Johnny Football. Iowa 28, ISU 17. .LUN)HUHQW]JRHVWKURXJKPRUHSDFNVRIFKHZLQJJXPHQURXWHWRDYLFWRU\LQ$PHV +$:.(<(67$7(
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Minnesota. Peterson runs over the Bears (over 150 yards and a touchdown). Dallas. Miles Austin torches Chiefsâ€™ secondary (over 100 yards and touchdown). UCLA. UCLA wins big at Nebraska. Alabama doesnâ€™t give Johnny Football a reason to celebrate. Iowa 21, ISU 14. ISU heading toward a winless season.