DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING A VIBRANT COMMUNITY VOLUME 138
OGDEN, IOWA 50212 - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
Boone County purchases land for new recycling center
Papers returned for city election Residents of Ogden will go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 5. Up for re-election is Mayor Keith Berg. Dennis Good has also filed papers for the mayoral office. Councilmen Dave Ohlson and Brian Reimers are running unopposed.
Courtesy coffee is planned The Ogden Community Women’s Courtesy Coffee will be held Wednesday, Sept. 25 at McGraw Senior Citizen Center in downtown Ogden. Coffee and assorted rolls and muffins will be served from 9 a.m. to noon. Everyone is welcome.
The 2013 Homecoming Court: Front row, left to right, Sydney
Rain . . . finally It may be too late for the majority of corn and soybean fields but the two recent rainfalls were sure a welcome site. The moisture settled the dust, greened up the lawns a bit and may have helped the late planted crops. Last week Ogden received about 7/10 of an inch of rain in the first wave. Another rain a few days later pushed the total past 1 1/2 inches which was quickly soaked up by the arid ground. With fall officially here, the hot humid days are mostly behind us. Temps are hovering at a comfortable 70 degrees.
A Crop Walk for Hunger Ogden will be walking to fight hunger here and around the world with a Crop Hunger Walk Sunday, Oct. 6 during Oktoberfest. The walk begins at 1 p.m. at the city park. Twenty-five percent of all donations will go to Ogden Food Pantry. To register as a walker, make a donation or for more information, contact Immanuel Lutheran Church (515-275-2164) or Community United Methodist Church (515-2754015). Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will match up to $400 of all funds raised.
Kruse Bishop, daughter of Kara Kruse and Jody Bishop; Shannon Wirtz, daughter of Jeff and Tammy Wirtz; Jordan Poock, daughter of Brad and Jennifer Poock; Kori Kershner, daughter of Angela Elsberry and Jay Kershner; Betty Henderson, daughter of Karlyn Elsberry. Back row, Grant Heineman, son
of Paul and MariLynn Heineman; Jared Adreon, son of Travis and Carla Adreon; Colton Boggess, son of Jeff and Christal Boggess; Kolton Christle, son of Brian Christle and Kristi Christle; Caleb Frye, son of Jamie Frye and Julie Frye. -Photo by Kathy Pierce
Meet the 2013 Homecoming Court The Reporter introduces the Ogden High School 2013 Homecoming court today. The royalty will be crowned at the pep rally Friday afternoon following the parade. A full page ad on Homecoming events can be found on page two today. JArEd AdrEon Jared is the son of Travis and Carla Adreon. In addition to being the secretary/treasurer of the senior class and on Student Council, Adreon participates in basketball, football, baseball and track at OHS. He is also a member of Bethel Church Youth Group. His future plans are to attend Southwest Community College or Iowa Central Community College. CoLTon BoGGESS Colton is the son of Jeff and Christal Boggess. Colton will finish out his high school baseball career this coming summer. He also played two years of football and was a wrestler for one year. His plans are to play baseball in college. KoLTon CHriSTLE
Kolton is the son of Brian Christle
and Kristi Christle. His high school career included participation in football, basketball and soccer. Kolton also serves as vice president of student government. He hopes to play sports at the college level. CALEB FryE Caleb is the son of Jamie Frye and Julie Frye. His high school activities include football, basketball and soccer. Caleb also served on the Student Council. Outside of school Caleb participates in Youth Group at Bethel Church. He is hoping to play football in college while getting a good education. GrAnT HEinEMAn Grant is the son of Paul and MariLynn Heineman. He is currently serving as senior class president. Grant’s OHS athletic career includes football, basketball, track and baseball (statistician). He also plays AAU basketball. Grant is involved in music as a member of the band, jazz band, Chamber Choir, mixed choir and Show Choir. He was selected to
the National Honor Society. Grant has been involved in 4-H the past nine years. His plans include attending Iowa State University to major in ag engineering. BETTy HEndErSon Betty is the daughter of Karlyn Elsberry. She is a member of the marching band and concert band. Betty has also participated in cheerleading and track while at OHS. She will be heading off to Northwest Missouri State University next fall to study advertising. Kori KErSHnEr Kori is the daughter of Angela Elsberry and Jay Kershner. She is currently on the varsity volleyball team and is active in choir. Kori hopes to pursue a nursing degree, but says she has not yet decided on a college. SydnEy KruSE BiSHoP Sydney is the daughter of Kara Kruse and Jody Bishop. She runs cross country and track and is a basketball cheerleader at Ogden High
Coronation is Friday following the parade.
School. She is also involved in choir - mixed chorus, Chamber Choir and Show Choir. Sydney is a member of National Honor Society and has served on the student government. Her plans are to attend Northwest Missouri State University and major in public relations. JordAn PooCK Jordan is the daughter of Brad and Jennifer Poock. Athletics have kept Jordan busy throughout high school. She plays volleyball in the fall, moves on to basketball in the winter season and is on the ball diamond in the summer. Jordan plans on attending the University of Iowa next fall. SHAnnon WirTz Shannon is the daughter of Jeff and Tammy Wirtz. Shannon is currently the student body president and has served on the Student Council at Ogden High School. She is a member of National Honor Society, chorus and Chamber Choir. Shannon has also taken a leadership role in 4-H, serving on the County Council. Her future plans include attending Iowa State University.
OHS HTM experiences Des Moines Tourism Industry The Ogden High School Hospitality and Tourism Management Class had their first industry “Familiarization Tour” Tuesday, Sept. 17. Students were hosted by the Des Moines International Airport and Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Des Moines. Students listened to a presentation about airline industry careers and were given a behind the scenes tour of the airport by DSM Airport General Manager, Kevin Foley, director of Finance, Brian Mulcahy and Alan Graff. The Embassy Suites Hotel hosted the group for lunch as well as a property tour highlighting careers in the hotel industry by property General Manager, Mr. Skip Hammerman, Banquet Director, Mahmoud “Halim” Abdel-Halim, AGM & Food & Beverage Director, Jack Baker, Catering Director, Amanda Grimm and Sales Manager Hailey Zimney. The group was also joined at lunch, by Rita McClain, a Professor at AIB (American Institute of Business), who teaches Event Management and Tourism at the college level there. She presented information on their two-year associates degree and three-year bachelors degree programs. Members of the HTM class in attendance were front row, left to right, Colton Wright, Kristina Paulson, Kori Kershner, Kennedy Kruse, Ashton Summerhays. Second row,Shelby Caruso, MacKenzey Schmidt, Chelsie McCool, Daisy Dankel, Paige Sohm, Ruby Elliott, Foreign Exchange Student from Belgium, Julie Sancho, Abbey Salati. Back row: Caitlin Tolsdorf, Karolyn Peterson, Tristan Frantum, Aleks Kester, Tom Behle, Hunter Larson and Jacob Carlton. The group was accompanied by OHS Principal Matt Blackmore and class instructor Doralene Abdel-Halim.
The Boone County Landfill, a department of Boone County, recently purchased land from the Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad that will be the future location of the Boone County Community Recycling Center. The land is located at Division and 15th Streets in Boone, just north of the existing facility. The Boone County Recycling Center is a division of Boone County’s Landfill department. The Landfill contracts with Genesis Development to provide facility staff and material marketing services. The County has operated the center since Jan. 1, 2008. “I am pleased after five years of working and looking at different locations and buildings we were fortunate to partner with Boone and Scenic Valley for the purchase of land suitable for a recycling center at 15th and Division Street,” Tom Foster, Boone County Supervisor stated. Scott Smith who serves as the County’s landfill administrator and recycling coordinator says he is pleased that they were able to find a permanent home for their recycling operations. “We are thankful for the willingness of the Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad Board to work with us on making this project happen.” Alan C. Schroeder, President of the Railroad board agreed, “The Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad and the Board of Directors of the Iowa Railroad Historical Society, Inc are pleased that we could be part of this project and feel it will be a good addition to our community.” Foster says the next step will be a visioning process that will help to build a facility for recycling today and into the distant future. “Our expanded ability to recycle from the waste stream will help extend the life of our landfill. This project will focus on being cost effective in both construction and everyday operating cost.” The Boone County Recycling Center currently processes recyclables collected from residents and workplaces in Boone County and three communities each in Dallas and Calhoun Counties. The Center also provides a 24/7 recyclables drop-off facility. Questions can be directed to Scott Smith at 515-433-0591.
Ogden will be having its annual Oktoberfest festival Sunday, Oct. 6 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at the city park. This festival is a thank you from the businesses to the community. The park will be buzzing that day with games, demonstrations, music and great food. Returning this year for your musical entertainment are a polka band at 12 noon and “Dead Men Singing”, a gospel group performing at the band shell at 2 p.m. Tickets are on sale at VisionBank and Ogden Family Dental for the raffle of a fall-themed quilt. The raffle drawing will be held at 3 p.m. that day. 2013 Oktoberfest t-shirts are on sale at VisionBank and Clark’s Food Mart. There are still openings for craft vendors. Vendors are asked to contact Pat Dorr at 290-3432 to get a spot reserved. A full list of activities and vendors will be published next week. Anyone interested in planning an activity, a game, a contest, a food stand or in sponsoring some entertainment, is asked to contact either Pat Dobelis (275-4529) or Donna Ohlson (230-0253) co-chairs of the 2013 Oktoberfest planning committee.
Oktoberfest, Sunday, Oct. 6
PAGE TWO - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 25, 2013
THE 2013 OGDEN HIGH SCHOOL BULLDOGS:
Meet the 2013 Bulldogs
1st Row Brian Cole, Conner Paulsen, Grant Heineman, Blake Price, Jake West, Owen Haberer, Cayce Good, Spencer Nelson, Luke West, Nathan Kennedy. 2nd Row Zane Satre, James Hoyle, Zach Waterbury, Caleb Frye, Tyler Free, Sam Elsner, Shawn Heaning, Austin Lentz, Kolton Christle, Austin Flynn. 3rd Row Tharen McCoy, Channing Craig, Nathan McCutcheon, Jonathon Thompson, Aaron Nigro, Ben Kieffer, Brandt Roederer. 4th Row Bryce Snedden, Gyena Hansen, Henry Haglund, Trevor Wheelock, Harry Haglund, Kody Hoskins, Nick Ross, Logan Sturtz. 5th Row Drew Eich, Mason Warren, Jaden Bell, Jared Adreon, Dustin Tromblay, Josh Vanyo. 6th Row Ass’t. Coach Chip Wisecup, Jeff Olson, Treston Hagen, Joseph Walker, Andrew Haberer, Trent Ganoe, Jacob Teter, Ass’t. Coach Brian Reimers. 7th Row Head Coach Garrison Carter, Graham Tews, Allen Waterbury, Derek Reutter, Dakota Michaelis, Ass’t. Coach Rick Hamilton. Not pictured, Ass’t. Coach Alex Hollingshead. -Photo by Terri Reutter
Homecoming 2013 OGDEN HIGH SCHOOL
THEME: “Directions to a Victory”
Introducing the OHS 2013 Homecoming Royalty THE 2013 HOMECOMING COURT:
Front row, left to right, Sydney Kruse Bishop, daughter of Kara Kruse and Jody Bishop; Shannon Wirtz, daughter of Jeff and Tammy Wirtz; Jordan Poock, daughter of Brad and Jennifer Poock; Kori Kershner, daughter of Angela Elsberry and Jay Kershner; Betty Henderson, daughter of Karlyn Elsberry. Back row, Grant Heineman, son of Paul and MariLynn Heineman; Jared Adreon, son of Travis and Carla Adreon; Colton Boggess, son of Jeff and Christal Boggess; Kolton Christle, son of Brian Christle and Kristi Christle; Caleb Frye, son of Jamie Frye and Julie Frye.
TIGERHAWKS FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 7:00 p.m.
GOOD LUCK, BULLDOGS!
-Photo by Kathy Pierce
FRIDAY ACTIVITIES Parade 1:30 p.m.: Homecoming parade begins at Ogden Manor, continues down main street. Parade marshals are Terri and Loyd Settle.
Pep Rally In high school gymnasium, 2:15 to 2:30 p.m., following parade. Crowning of 2013 Homecoming king and queen.
43rd Annual OGDEN
HOMECOMING BARBECUE Fri., Sept. 27, 2013 4:30 to 6:45 p.m. • Ogden High School Cafeteria
BARBECUE PORK SANDWICH Bake beans, chips, pie or bar & drink (Take out meals available)
Buy your tickets from an OHS senior or at the door. Sponsored by the Ogden Senior Class. Proceeds go to support the Washington, D.C., New York City trip.
Thank you for your support! The Ogden High School Class of 2014
Barbecue 4:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.: High school cafeteria. Barbecue pork sandwich, baked beans, chips, pie or bar and beverage. Tickets $6.00. Proceeds support senior class trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City.
Homecoming Dance Friday Night 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.: High school gym. (Doors close at 10:30 p.m.)
OGDEN BULLDOGS THANK THESE SPONSORS: Bank of the West Boehm Insurance Agency, Inc. Boone Bank & Trust Boone County Family Medicine Richard Vermillion, DO Caleb Glawe, MD Carson-Stapp Funeral Home Denny’s Collision Repair Heck’s Dozer Holts TV Hy-Vee, BOONE Investment Centers of America, Inc. Keith Berg Johnson & Sons, Inc. Linda KeenanIowa Realty M & M Construction Moffitt’s Ford, Lincoln, Boone
Ogden Building Supply Ogden Family Chiropractic Ogden Family Dental Ogden Farm & Feed Center Ogden Telephone Company One to One Physical Therapy Patio Pros Plahn & Simple Designs R & S Machinery Security Savings Bank -Boxholm Sternquist Garage & Tire Swanson Drug The Lucky Pig Pub & Grill The Ogden Reporter Van Sickle Construction VisionBank
The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 25, 2013 - PAGE THREE
COLUMNISTS, COMMUNITY LIFE, EDITORIALS, LETTERS, POINTS OF VIEW
Ruth’s Reflections A
Kathy’s Korner We had a perfect day last week. I opened the door on my way to work and was greeted by Mr. Fall. “I have been waiting for you to make an appearance.” The autumn air has such a crisp refreshing smell. Best of all, reality hit that football season is upon us. I must admit I get a little giddy this time of year. I like most sports but there is just something special about this rugged game. From high school, to college, to the pros, it’s always a great two to three hours of entertainment. Even the sounds of the game make the hair on my arms stand up - clashing of helmets, cheers from the crowd, the Monday Night Football theme song - bring it on. I understand the game pretty well. Not well enough to analyze all the plays and the player movement, but enough to be able to talk the talk. That comes after growing up with four older brothers who taught me the game, on the real turf. Add in a few cousins and neighbors and we had enough players, at least for the key positions. I learned to run plays, pass, kick and tackle with the best of them. Where was the Run, Punt, Pass competition for girls back then? My Friday nights were spent bundled up in the stands cheering on the Bulldogs while proudly pointing out my brothers on the field. “See #13,” I’d say. “That’s my brother. He plays tackle!”
I dreamed of being one of the cheerleaders, that is up until about junior high when I realized I can’t kick my leg high and you need to have at least some sense of rhythm. But I did know every word of every cheer. Let’s see how good my (and your memories) are on this one: Hey look us over, lend us a cheer. Tell all the world the Bulldogs are here. We’re not from the north and we’re not from the south, We’re right in the middle of east and west so you can bet your boots we’re best. We’ve got a lot of spirit, never be stopped, Anyway you look at it the Bulldogs are on top. We’re the best team in this land of ours, so what do you think of that. We’re the Bulldogs of Ogden High. Please don’t hold me to those exact words. It has been a long time. The cheers today are different and the game has been modified ever so slightly, but the atmosphere remains the same. This Friday night is Ogden’s Homecoming. In case you haven’t been following the team closely, the Bulldogs are having a great season. How about getting in the spirit by helping fill the bleachers?
PAtriCiA And PAtriCK stoWeLL
An anniversary celebration Pat, Patrick, Patty, Patricia . . . The name is not important. Their marriage of 27 years is what matters most. Patrick and Patricia Stowell were married at the Boone Elks Lodge Sept. 20, 1976. Pat is a resident at Ogden Manor and Patty resides in Boone. She visits often and is very supportive. Family and friends helped the couple celebrate their anniversary at the Manor Friday, Sept. 20. They both have the same nickname - “Pat” so, depending on what side of the family they’re on, they call them Patrick and Pat or Pat and Patty. Then there is Patrick’s twin sister who is Patricia, nicknamed “Patty.” Wishing them many more years of wedded bliss.
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s i refLeCted on this past week, I found myself wondering if it’s just me or if everyone’s life is so full of drama and intensity. Seems like it’s been one thing after another lately. Maybe it’s just what I do for a living, or my lifestyle, or where I live. Or maybe it’s just me. I was called in for jury duty last Wednesday. I did not want to be picked to be a juror. It was a very busy week and I had asked to be excused, but the court clerk did not approve my request. Turns out that it was a murder trial, and a very complicated one at that. It was the second trial in this case, after the first one had ended in a mistrial. There were so many people in the jury pool that had some association with the parties involved the lawyers asked the judge to move the trial to another county. But the judge was determined to get it over with. It took nearly all day just to select the jury and by the time I was finally dismissed, late that afternoon, I was so stressed that I was sick to my stomach. I was relieved to have not been selected to sit on that jury. The next day I sat down at the computer to try to catch up on some work. Turns out I had no internet service. I tried to call the service provider to see what the problem was, but I had no cell phone service either. After service had been restored nearly 10 hours later they blamed it on a construction crew that had cut through a cable, cutting off much of northern New Mexico’s cell phone and internet service. That day I had a group for equine-assisted therapy. The local internet provider is installing broadband cable throughout the area and needed to put lines in through my property. I had asked the supervisor to schedule their work time for when I was not doing kids’ lessons or the therapy classes. No problem, he said. When I expressed concerns about them tearing up the arena after the heavy rains he assured me that it was just a narrow little trench they’d be digging with a small cable installer. It would only take them about 30 minutes, he said, to go the short distance from the power pole to the main electrical box. The crew showed up before lunch. My class was to start at 1. I hoped they’d be done and out of there before the class started. After lunch I looked out to see how it was going and couldn’t believe it – the arena, which was drying up nicely after a couple days of no rain – had standing water along one side. While digging the little trench, they’d cut my water line and it was flooding the arena. The 30 minutes they were supposed to be in and out of there in stretched out into several hours as they had to bring in more equipment to dig out the water line and then repair it. It was one of those days when I could feel my blood pressure rising as my patience level bottomed out. Luckily the horses behaved well despite the chaos and one of the class participants accomplished his goal of walking Dustee through an obstacle course with no hands, just by establishing a connection and staying focused. It was beautiful to see. Once again, I was really proud of my wonderful horse. Friday I had a friend take me to town to pick up my truck. I’d taken it in earlier in the week to a welding shop to get a gooseneck hitch installed. I’d been told I could pick it up Friday morning. I didn’t get there till noon, and was frustrated to find that they hadn’t even started the work. I had told them I had to have it by Friday because I needed to pick up a couple horses the next day. I ended up getting the truck, with hitch installed, at 5 p.m. Saturday was an interesting day. I learned that a home less than half a mile from me had gotten broken in to. And just a little further down the same road there had been a meth bust. I’d seen a guy hanging around the neighborhood the past week that made me suspicious and turns out that he was involved in the robbery. I wasn’t able to go pick the two new horses up till Sunday. As we headed out the skies turned black and it began to rain hard again, and once again the arena was flooded when I got home. At least I can never say that my life is boring. Just once though I wouldn’t mind if it was a little bit boring. Until next time, Ruth B.
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Almanac BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, CHURCHES
OF WEST BOONE CO.
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tom Prochnow, Pastor Tuesday, September 24: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 25: Faith Unit is at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, September 26: TOPS is at 6 p.m. Saturday, September 28: WELCA Cluster! gathering in Madrid. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Sunday, September 29: Worship with Communion is at 9 a.m.; Choir practice is at 10 a.m. Sunday School is at 10:15 a.m. Potluck in Fellowship hall is at 11 a.m. COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary Hoyt, Pastor Wednesday, September 25: Ogden Manor worship is from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Church pictures will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Children’s choir practice is at 3:45 p.m. BEWAPS (5th/6th grade youth group) meets at 4:30 p.m. Jr. High youth group meets at 5:30 p.m. Bells Practice begins at 5:30 p.m. Chancel Choir is at 6:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Monica Circle meets at 7:30 p.m. Bulldog Builders meet at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, September 26: Seekers Bible study is at 10 a.m. Sunday, September 29: Prayer gathering is at 8:15 a.m. Sunday School is at 8:45 a.m. Worship is at 10 a.m. Fellowship will follow worship. Church Charge Conference is at 3 p.m. Wednesday, October 2: Grace Circle meets at 1:30 p.m. Hope Circle meets at 2 p.m. Children’s Choir practice is at 3:45 p.m. (2nd - 6th grades). BEWAPS (5th/6th grade youth group) is at 4:30 p.m. Jr. High Youth Group is at 5:30 p.m. Bells Practice is at 5:30 p.m. Chancel Choir is at 6:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Monica Circle is at 7:30 p.m. Bulldog Builders meet at 8:30 p.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Wade Brandt, Pastor Tuesday, September 24: Thrivent meeting is at 7 p.m. Wednesday, September 25: Bible class is at 9 a.m. Mid-Week is at 1 p.m. Thursday, September 26: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Saturday, September 28: Boone zone LWML rally, Trinity, Perry. Worship and Holy Communion are at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, September 29: Worship and Holy Communion are at 9 a.m. Family Bible class is at 10:20 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. BOXHOLM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rod Meyer, Pastor Sunday, September 29: Fellowship is at 9:30 a.m. Worship is at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, October 2: Sarah Group meets at 2 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 502 W WALNUT
Sunday: Bible class is at 9:30 a.m. (Classes for all ages.) Worship service is at 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible Study is at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. James Bruch, Pastor Wednesday, September 25: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Religious education K-7th is from 6 to 7:15 p.m. 8th grade class is at 6 p.m. 9th and 10th grade class starts at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 26: Hall reservation is from 12 to 4 p.m. Friday, September 27: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, September 28: Mass is at 6 p.m. Sunday, September 29: Mass is at 8 a.m. Diocesan Youth Rally in Fort Dodge. Monday, September 30: Bible study is at 7 p.m. BOXHOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship is at 9:45 a.m. Ad board meets the fourth Wednesday of June, August, October and December of this year at 7:30 p.m. Joy Circle meets the first Thursday at 1:30 p.m. PILOT MOUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship service is at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school is from 10 to 11 a.m.
Elizabeth “Betty” Kinkner Robert “Bob” A. Honkomp Elizabeth “Betty” Kinkner, 85, of Fort Dodge passed away Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 at the Paula J. Baber Hospice Home. Funeral services were held Monday, Sept. 16, 2013 at First United Methodist Church. Rev. Andrea Kraushaar officiated the service. Entombment followed at the Chapel of Peace Mausoleum in North Lawn Cemetery. Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Elizabeth D. Vanderhoff was born Sept. 2, 1928 in Fort Dodge. She began her education in Fort Dodge. Following the 7th grade Betty and her family moved to farm near Clare. She continued her education in Manson, where she graduated from Manson High School in 1947. After receiving her teaching certificate, Betty taught in Clare for two years. She also taught at Head Start for a number of years and later was co-director for Webster County Community Day Care Center. In 1954 she was united in marriage to William Kinkner in Princeton, MO. The couple established their home in Fort Dodge. Betty was a member of First United Methodist Church ELIZABETH “BETTY” KINKNER 1928 - 2013 and was very active in the church’s nursery. Betty is survived by her children, Richard (Jackie) Cleland of Leesburg, VA; Raymond (Elly) Cleland of South St. Paul, MN; Michael (Beth) Cleland of Ogden; William Jr. (Lori) Kinkner of Fort Dodge; Karolyn Kinkner (John) and Kathy (Phil) Farmer both of Fort Dodge; fifteen grandchildren; eighteen great-grandchildren; and sister, Peggy Meier of Manson. She was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Ida (Johnson) Vanderhoff; husband, William; brother, Lloyd Vanderhoff Jr.; and sister, Irene Saxon. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.
Thomas E. Trueblood Tom Trueblood, 66, of Boxholm, IA, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, at the Community United Methodist Church in Ogden. Rev. Dennis Shepherd officiated the service. Burial was at Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Boxholm. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: www.carsonstappfuneralhome. com Thomas Edward Trueblood was born Oct. 1, 1946, in Boone County, IA, the son of Edward and Bernice (Stark) Trueblood. He graduated with the Grand Community High School Class of 1964. Following his education Tom enlisted in the United States National Guard, where he served for 10 years. He married the love of his life, Ranae Pearson on June 11, 1967. They have enjoyed 47 years of a wonderful life together. Tom has lived his entire life in the Boxholm community. He has been involved in many activities and organizations. He served many years as a city councilman and two terms as the town’s mayor. He was a charter member of the Lions Club and served as secretary and treasurer of the organization. He also served as a volunteer fireman for many years and was currently serving as their treasurer. Tom belonged to the Boxholm United Methodist Church and served THOMAS EDWARD TRUEBLOOD 1946 - 2013 for 37 years as the secretary/treasurer of the church. He was very active in the church, helping out in any way. Tom loved his church and faith. Tom was also a member of the Groom-Kimsey American Legion Post #16, Pilot Mound. He played fast pitch softball for the Boxholm Swedes for many years until they dissolved. Tom worked in the Boxholm Community at the Boxholm Coop since he was 19, starting in 1963. He continued to work there when West Central took over, until retiring in 2006. Even after retirement, Tom helped at West Central in a part time manner up until this year. Tom was a wonderful husband, father, and grandpa. He loved his family very much and spent as much time as possible with his three wonderful grandkids. Every minute spent with them was very precious to him. He enjoyed playing ball with them and you could always find him sharing stories about them. They were very important to him. Preceding Tom in death were his parents, one brother, James Trueblood, and his sister-in-law, Jane Trueblood. He is survived by his wife, Ranae Trueblood of Boxholm; two sons, Mike (Taresa) Trueblood of Parkersburg, IA, and Tim (Tammy) Trueblood of Adel, IA; three grandchildren, Taylor, Jordan, and Trevor; one sister, Nancy (Bud) Davis of State Center, IA; and one brother, Mark Trueblood of Ogden, IA; and many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be left to the discretion of the family. A memorial in Tom’s name will be established at a later date.
AA meets at 7 p.m. Monday. Quilters meet Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m. WATER’S EDGE CHURCH “For the Thirsty Soul” 341 W WALNUT
Rick Summerhays, Pastor Bible Study is from 9 to 10 a.m. Gathering is from 10 to 10:15 a.m.: Pre-service snacks served. Service is from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.: Contemporary music and a relevant message from God’s Word. OGDEN BAPTIST CHURCH Curt Fincham, Pastor Sunday: Sunday school for all ages is at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship is at 10:30 a.m. Evening service is at 6 p.m.
BETHEL CHURCH D. Ray Hoke, Pastor
Affiliated with Christian and Missionary Alliance – 5 miles south of Hwy. 30 on R 18 (L Ave.)
Sunday: Morning worship is at 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages, including adult electives is from 11 to 11:45 a.m. Evening services for adults and Jr./Sr. High youth are at 6 p.m. Wednesday: AWANA Club is from 6:30 to 8:10 p.m. Jr./Sr. High Bible study is from 6:30 to 8:10 p.m. Adult Care and Share is from 6:45 to 8 p.m. Men’s and women’s group home Bible studies are available. Call 2754091 for information. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN BEAVER UMC YOKED PARISH Marjorie Smalley, Pastor Sunday: Church service is at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.
Robert “Bob” A. Honkomp, 76, of Kingsley passed away peacefully Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013 at a Sioux City Hospital. Funeral Mass was held Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013 at St. Michael Catholic Church in Kingsley, with Rev. Mark Stoll officiating. Burial was in St. Michael’s Catholic Cemetery in Kingsley. Arrangements have been entrusted to Rohde Funeral Home of Kingsley, IA. Condolences may be directed online to www.rohdefh.com. Robert Anthony Honkomp was born Jan. 10, 1937 in Ashton, IA, son of Edward and Grace (Jellesma) Honkomp. He was raised and educated in the Ashton area, graduating in 1955 from St. Joseph’s Catholic High School. On Sept. 6, 1960, Bob and Charlotte Verschoor were united in marriage at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Hospers, IA. The couple have lived in Ashton, Jewell, Scranton, Ruthven, Ogden and Kingsley, IA, where they currently reside. Bob worked as assistant manager at the Ashton COOP, manager of Monsanto in Jewell, Ruthven COOP, West Central COOP in Scranton, owner of Ogden Grain and manager of Kingsley COOP. After Bob retired ROBERT ANTHONY HONKOMP in March 1999 he worked as interim 1937 - 2013 manager for fifteen COOP’s and drove truck for Simomsen. He enjoyed fishing, playing cards, and spending time with his family. Those left to cherish Bob’s memory is his wife of 53 years, Charlotte, daughter, Jane and Troy Miller, Waverly, IA, sons, Mike and Diana, Clarinda, IA and Jim and Crissy Honkomp of Polk City, IA; mother, Grace Honkomp, Sheldon, IA; 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren; brothers, Rich and Judy, Sheldon, IA, Dave and Carol, Paulina, IA, Bill and Connie, Ashton, IA, and Tom and Char Honkomp of Brookings, SD; sisters, Jan and Steve Kruger, Centennial, CO, and Nancy and Al Wassenaar, Doon, IA; sister-in-law, Linda Honkomp, Ashton, IA and brother-in-law, Gerry Block, Sheldon, IA. He was preceded in death by his father, Edward, brothers, Dan and Jerry, sister, Mary Jo Block, twin grandchildren, Maisey and Brock Miller and nephew, Doug Honkomp. In lieu of flowers the family wishes memorials be directed to the June E. Nylen Cancer Center, 230 Nebraska St., Sioux City, IA 51101.
Twila Morgan Twila Morgan, 88, of the Eastern Star Masonic Home in Boone and formerly of rural Ogden, died at the Boone County Hospital Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Funeral services were held Monday, Sept. 23, 2013, in the Chapel at the Eastern Star Masonic Home in Boone. Pastor Gary Hoyt officiated the service. Burial was in the Glenwood Cemetery in Ogden. Twila was born on the family farm north of Ogden on Nov. 25, 1924, the daughter of Ferdinand and Prudence (Rinehart) Zwald. She graduated from Ogden High School in 1942. In earlier years, Twila worked at Cooks Hardware Store in Ogden and then worked as a secretary at the Boone County Courthouse in Boone. On April 30, 1947, she married William ‘Bill’ Morgan at the Zion Lutheran Church in Ogden. Twila was a housewife and also helped her husband farm southwest of Ogden until 1987, when they retired. She moved to the Eastern Star Masonic Home in 1998. She was a member of the Community United Methodist Church in Ogden and United Methodist Women. TWILA MORGAN While on the farm, Twila enjoyed 1924 - 2013 cooking, gardening, canning her produce, and sewing. She and Bill loved to travel in their motor home and winter in Arizona, Texas, and Florida. Twila enjoyed board games, playing cards, puzzles, singing, and good conversations with family and friends. She especially enjoyed music and listening to her children and grandchildren perform. Twila loved attending chapel services at the Home. Twila is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Bill, and a brother-in-law Robert Reimers. She is survived by a son Dennis Morgan and wife Linda of Ogden; three daughters: Brenda Hoffman and husband Craig of Cedar Falls, Janet Christensen and husband Les of Waterloo, and Lynn Brooks and husband Mike of Leawood, KS; a brother Donald Zwald and wife Suzanne of Oahu, Hawaii; a sister Dorothy Reimers of Ogden; nine grandchildren: Luke (Tiffany) Morgan, Paul (Heather) Morgan, and Anna (Matt) Haub, all of Ogden; Mitch (Brandi) Hoffman of St. Paul, Minnesota; Heather (Jeff) Martin and Kaleigh (Nick) Dirks, all of Cedar Falls; Breanne (fiancé Brad Harken) Russell of Aurora, Illinois; Allegra Brooks and Morgan Brooks, both of Leawood, Kansas; 11 great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In memory of Twila, memorials may be directed to Hospice of Central Iowa or Community United Methodist Church in Ogden. Online condolences may be made to www.schroedermemorialchapel.com.
The church of Christ Who are these people? Are we authorized in Scripture to have fund raisers for the work of the Lord, or should we exclusively take up a free-will offering on the first day of every week? The answer is in the Bible (1 Cor. 16:1-2; 2 Cor. 9:6). Take a collection on the first day of every week. No more, no less. Notice these passages that teach this principle: 1 Cor. 4:6 “And these things, brethren, I have in a figure transferred to myself and to Apollos for your sakes; that ye might learn in us not to think of men above that which is written, that no one of you be puffed up for one against another.” Notice in your King James text that the words “of men” are italicized. This indicates that they were added by the translators to smooth out the translation. The words are not found in the Greek text. Knowing this now makes Paul to say that we are not to “think … above that which is written.” If we apply this to our question we can see that if we fail to find Bible authority for yard sales and such to raise money for the work of the church we are forbidden to do so because it would cause us to “think … above that which is written.” The American Standard Version of 1901 confirms this, “learn not to go beyond the things which are written.” Colossians 3:17 “And what soever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.” Can we hold a car wash “in the name of the Lord Jesus?” Doing so without His authority would be lip service. But, if we understand His authority (Matt. 28:18) and that “in the name of” carries the idea of “by the authority of” the passage comes into focus. To do a thing in the name of another without that one’s consent is unacceptable from any point of view. Jesus has not authorized fund raisers for the work of the church. To do so violates these passages. See our broadcast on local channel 6 Sundays at 6 pm & Tuesdays, at 7 pm! “In Search of the Lord’s Way”, Sunday at 7:30 am on KCWI, cable Ch. 9! We would like to invite you to worship with us at 502 W. Walnut! Sunday Bible study at 9:30 a.m., Worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study at 7:00 p.m.
Ogden Manor news Wednesday, September 25: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Reader’s Theater is at 11 a.m. CUMC Church social time is at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, September 26: Polka Parade is at 8 a.m. Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Charades are at 11 a.m. Bingo at 2 p.m. Friday, September 27: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Ogden 4th Graders are at 10:40 a.m. Cooking Classics is at 2 p.m. Saturday, September 28: Exercise is at 9:30 a.m. Movie matinee with James is at 2 p.m. Classic Gospel on Channel 11 at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, September 29: Catholic time is at 9 a.m. Exercise is at 9:30 a.m. Movie Matinee is at 1:30 p.m. Monday, September 30: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Hee Haw Channel 65. Ogden Rollers are at 10:15 a.m. Bingo is at 2 p.m.
UMW visit John 15 Vineyard Fourteen members of Ogden United Methodist Women met Wednesday, Sept.18, 2013 to car pool to John 15 Vineyard north of Scranton. Dean and Nancy Rogers welcomed them to their retreat Center they maintain according to the scriptures. The guests ate grapes from the vine as they learned about the grapes. They do not make wine but use them for jam/jelly, juice, pie and retail products. No chemicals are used just lots of labor. Grapes with seeds grow best. Their name came from scripture. At this property there is a meeting and retreat center, lodging, tree house camping, and a pond for fishing. On request Nancy will serve either a hot or cold lunch. The church women were served sugar cookies with grape jam and sherbet by acting hostess Janice Schlicht in the conference center. Schlicht opened the business meeting with devotions from John 15. The secretary read the minutes from the August meeting. The treasurer reported. Old business included letters from Mary Alice Brent, Ogden class of 1964, with information about their 50th class reunion on Saturday, June 28, 2014, with social hour at 5:30 and dinner at 6:00 p.m. The Reunion committee will be (Chair) Cathy Aldrich, Eleanor Rubenking, Sandy Friesen and Myra Shadle. The In-gathering kits from each circle need to be turned in by the end of October. Ron and Jan Jome will be delivering them. Three members will be going to the District Annual Meeting on Saturday, Sept. 21 in Eagle Grove. The volunteers visiting the Manor for September are Marge Eshelman and Schlicht. Janice Anderson is looking at the new books for the reading program with large print. There will a planning meeting for the Rummage Sale on Sept. 23 in the Friendship Room. Card and circle reports were given. Grace Circle will be hostess for the United Methodist Women’s October meeting at West Haven.
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session of drug paraphernalia and interference with official acts. The juveniles were cited and released to a parent. Simpson was cited and released with a promise to appear. 5:00 p.m.: Officer responded to the 100 block of S.W. 3rd St. for a complaint of a domestic dispute. 5:20 p.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Deputies with a motor vehicle accident with injuries at B. Ave. and 230th St. 8:32 p.m.: Officer investigated a complaint of a possible intoxicated driver on Highway 30. Officer was unable to locate the vehicle. These charges are merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 25, 2013 - PAGE FIVE
THE WEEKLY SOCIAL SCENE AND A LOOK BACK ON OUR HISTORY
ADELAIDE SUBTIL AND THOMAS HEINEMAN
Subtil - Heineman wed Adelaide Subtil and Thomas Heineman exchanged vows in an evening service July 6, 2013, in Saint Saturin Catholic Church in Pont-Saint Esprit, France. Violin and clarinet music was provided by Dominique Decornet and Claire Subtil. Parents of the couple are Virginie and Bruno Subtil of Pont-Saint Esprit, France and Brian and Nancy Heineman of Grinnell. Grandparents of the bride are Francois and Jacqueline Beauregard of Calais, France, and Antoine and Anne-Marie Subtil of Nozet, France. Grandparents of the groom are John and Eldora Heineman of Ogden, IA and Margaret Easton of Marion, IA. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white, corseted, full
length gown with a lace veil from Calais, France. Witness of their vows were AnneSophie Flandin of Paris, friend of the bride, and John Hart of Iowa City, friend of the groom. An outdoor catered reception with a five course meal followed the ceremony which was held in the bride’s back yard. A video and dance followed the meal. Nearly 30 American friends and family of the couple enjoyed a week prior to the wedding visiting Paris and the south of France. Following a short trip to Germany, the couple are now home in Manhattan. The bride is a graphic designer for the jewelry company Chloe and Isabel, and the groom is a fourth year medical student at Cornell University.
10 Years Ago
honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. An open house will be held Sunday, Oct. 2, 1983 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church in honor of Harry and Martha Kruse’s 50th wedding anniversary. Michelle Rinker, 1983 OHS graduate and Mary Jane Thiessen, 1981 OHS graduate, are recent Iowa State University sorority pledges. Michelle, a business and public relations major, pledge Gamma Phi Beta, while Mary Jane, who is a junior in marketing, pledged Alpha Chi Omega. Boone County was represented by four 4-H exhibitors at the 1983 Clay County Fair. They ere among 600 members participating in the Clay County Fair, also known as the World’s Greatest County Fair, Sept. 10-17. An open house in honor of Bill and Avis Hamilton’s 50th wedding anniversary will be held Sunday, Oct. 9, 1983 at the First Methodist Church in Boone from 2 to 4 p.m.
From the Sept. 24, 2003 issue Newcomer Sean Thompson will join incumbents Lori Anderson and Ed Dobelis as candidates for Ogden city council. Three council seats (four-year terms) will be filed at the Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2003 election. There is good news on Ogden;s certified school enrollment. Official figures gathered Friday, Sept. 19, 2003, show the district gained 27.8 students, which puts the certified budget count at 784.5 pupils. That’s an increase of 27.8 students over last year. Michael Hilsenbeck and Brett McConnell, both of Ogden, were among the 106 incoming pharmacy students honored at this year’s White Coat Ceremony held Saturday, Aug. 23, 2003 at the Iowa Memorial Union in Iowa City. Hilsenbeck, 2000 OHS graduate is the son of Duane and Sheila Hilsenbeck. McConnell, 2000 OHS graduate, is the son of Jim and Sue McConnell. Steve and Christie Tonsfeldt, Atherton, CA are the parents of a son born Monday, Aug. 18, 2003. He weighed 9 lbs., 10 oz. and has been named Jackson (Jake) Deaton. Jake is welcomed home by two sisters, Kelsey, 5, and Kaitlyn, 3. Grandparents are Judy Tonsfeldt, Ogden; Roger and Sandra Tonsfeldt, Terre Haute, Ind.; and Jan and Ted Deaton, Bellevue, WA. Gerald and Janice Anderson will celebrate their 50th anniversary with an open house Sunday, Oct. 5, 2003 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Community United Methodist Church. The Andersons were married Oct. 4, 1953 in Grand Junction.
30 Years Ago From the Sept. 28, 1983 Issue Air Force Airman First Class Jim M. Heck, son of Darrell d. and Shirley Heck, was involved in a NATOsponsored exercise by participating in the Army’s return of forces to Germany (REFORGER) and the Air Force’s Crested cap exercises. Heck is an aircraft fuel systems mechanic with the 833rd Air Division at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. He is a 1980 graduate of Ogden Community High School. The family of Ed and Ada Sargent gathered at the city hall Sunday, Sept. 18 for a covered dish dinner preceding the open house held in
ELIZABETH AND BRET PIERCE MARK AND LEE PIERCE
Christensen - Pierce wed Lee Michelle Christensen and Mark Donald Pierce were united in marriage on June 1, 2013, at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Royal, IA. Reverend Deb Mechler officiated the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Jim and Julie Christensen of Royal and Rod and Julie Pierce of Woodward. Grandparents of the couple are Shirley Ludwig of Spencer, Russ Christensen of Royal, and Ada Pierce of Panora. Lee’s attendants were her sisters Jennifer Hosch and Anne Soto, sister-in-law Jill Stineman, cousin Caity Prather, and friends Megan Frandsen and Allison Johanson. Marks attendants were his brothers Bret Pierce and Matthew Pierce, brother-in-law Wesley Christensen, friends Erik Pedersen, Andrew Burt
and Sam Katzer. Kate Stineman, niece of the groom, served as flower girl. Luke Stineman, nephew of the groom, and Samuel Hosch, nephew of the bride, were ring bearers. Ushers included Eric Pierce, cousin of the groom, Justin Linderman and Craig Lamm, friends of the groom. Following the ceremony, a reception, dinner and dance were held at the Clay County Events Center in Spencer. The couple honeymooned in Hawaii. Lee is currently employed as a Food Scientist with Kraft FoodsOscar Mayer in Madison, WI. Mark is an Account Manager for Premier Crop Systems, with a district in the Madison, WI area. The couple has made their home together in Monona, WI.
Frederick - Pierce wed Elizabeth Ann Frederick and Bret Alan Pierce were united in marriage July 6, 2013, at Central Christian Church in Jefferson, IA. Reverend Brandon Schaefer, friend of the groom, officiated the ceremony. Pastor Deb Griffin assisted. Parents of the couple are Alan and Ann Frederick of Jefferson and Rod and Julie Pierce of Woodward. Grandparents of the couple are Robert and Fran Safley and Robert and Hazel Frederick all of Jefferson, and Ada Pierce of Panora. Liz’s attendants were her sisters, Mary Hinton and Sarah Borgeson, and her sister-in-law Jill Stineman. Bret’s attendants were his broth-
ers Mark Pierce and Matthew Pierce and his brother-in-law Bill Frederick. Taylor Hinton, niece of the bride and Kate Stineman, niece of the groom, served as flower girls. Luke Stineman, nephew of the groom was ring bearer. Ushers included Kane Borgeson, nephew of the bride, and James Holz, and Ben Hollingshead, friends of the groom. Following the ceremony, a dinner and dance reception was held at The Port on Lake Panorama. Fireworks on the lake topped off the evening of celebration. After a honeymoon trip to South Dakota, the couple has made their home together farming in rural Woodward, IA.
60 Years Ago From the Oct. 1, 1953 Issue Miss Darlene Kruse, daughter of Mrs. Rena Kruse of Ogden and Carl Evans Rundberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Rundberg of Silverton, Ore., former Ogden residents, were married at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 in the Zion Lutheran Church parsonage, the Rev. Dr. Kreutz officiating at a double ring ceremony. Miss Elizabeth Toyne was hostess to the Wesleyan Service Guild at the Methodist Church Monday evening, Sept. 28 Mr. and Mrs. L.N. (Jack) Stumbo entertained at an open house Sunday, Sept. 27 in observation of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Two hundred friends and relatives called to extend congratulations during the afternoon and evening. The regular meeting of the Peoples Peppy Pushers was held at the home of Janet Peoples on Sept. 28. Eleven members responded to roll call with “My Favorite Subject in School”. Martha Circle of the Methodist WSCS presented a ‘53 Varieties program Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 29 in the church parlors. Janet Lou Maas was an overnight guest Saturday in the home of Ardith Burton at Ames.
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Fisher of Creston and all of their families. The occasion was celebrated in August with all of their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Congratulatory notes or cards may be sent to 201 S.W. 7 th St., Ogden, IA 50212.
COMING EVENTS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23Stop for a short visit with Sue of the RSVP 55+ Volunteer Program at the Leonard A. Good Community Library, 208 W. Mulberry, Ogden, Monday’s, Sept. 23, 30, anytime between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Look for Sue and see what the many different volunteer opportunities there may be to fit your schedule. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25Fun and Games at 12:30 p.m., McGraw Senior Center. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1Catered dinner, 12 noon, McGraw Senior Center. Food Pantry drop-off, open daily, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., McGraw Senior Center.
EVERY THURSDAYTOPS Club (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every week on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 119 SW 2nd St., Ogden. Visitors are always welcome (preteens, teens, and adults - male and female). First meeting is free. TOPS Club, Inc. is an affordable, nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization with thousands of associate chapters in the United States and Canada. Members learn about nutrition, portion control, food planning, exercise, motivation, and more at weekly meetings. For details, call Linda Trudo at 515-275-4620, visit www.tops.org or call TOPS Headquarters at 800-932-8677
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NOBODY COVERS THE BULLDOGS LIKE WE DO!
No. 9 Van Meter nips Bulldogs 35-28 by AL TRELOAR
REPORTER SPORTS WRITER
hE BuLLdOg faithful who traveled to Van Meter Friday night probably wondered what was going on as the opposition sported the same blue and white colors, the same bulldog nickname, and the same fight song. They even had a former Ogden player on their sidelines in Coach Eric Trudo. But instead of something fishy going on, they were witness to a whale of a ball game as ninth-ranked Van Meter outlasted the Ogden Bulldogs by the score of 35-28. Ogden jumped out to a 14-0 lead on the strength of the running of Austin Lentz, the passing of Caleb Frye, and the receiving ability of Jake West. Van Meter stormed right back with 3 unanswered scores with quarterback Brandon Brittain running for two and fullback Cody Blackwell running for one. With seconds left in the first half it was Frye to Jake West to score from eleven yards out to tie things up at 21. A third quarter fumble by the Bulldogs really hurt the cause and a pair of touchdowns by Van Meter’s Logan Crawford put the Ogden club behind the eight ball. A touchdown by Kolton Christle with 3:21 to go gave the Dogs new life and some inspired defensive play got them the ball back with 0:41 to play. That proved not to be enough time however as their offense stalled and the Bulldogs suffered their first loss. Caleb Frye had a fine night throwing for 254 yards. Jake West caught nine of those passes for 152 yards and Grant Heineman caught six for 63. Austin Lentz led the bulldogs in rushing with 74 yards. First Quarter Van Meter got the pigskin first and began to drive downfield when Caleb Frye gathered in a tipped ball for an interception. Ogden started on their own 49 and threw three times and ran twice to wind up at the 12 yard line. Austin Lentz went right on a sweep and scored the game’s first touchdown. Kolton Christle booted the point after and the Dogs led 7-0 with 7:10 to go in the first. Van Meter went for it on fourth down on the next series but the Bulldogs held. Three passes later Caleb Frye hit a streaking Jake West for a 42 yard scoring strike. Christle’s kick was good and the Dogs held a 14-0 at 3:32 in the first. Van Meter converted on a fourth down pass to preserve a drive as the first quarter ended. Second Quarter Van Meter converted on third and goal on a quarterback sneak by Brandon Brittain for a Van Meter touchdown. The point after kick
Van Meter 35 - Ogden 28 O VM First downs .............. 18 Yards rushing ........... 153 320 Passes comp/attmpt 21-34 12-23 Passing Yardage ...... 284 131 Total yards ............... 437 351 Passes intercepted by 1 1 Total plays ............... 58 67 Fumble recoveries ... 0 0 Punts/avg. ................... 2/32.0 Penalties .................. SCORE BY QUARTERS OGDEN 14 7 0 7 28 VM 0 21 7 7 35 RUSHING (plus yardage only) (Carries/yards) OGDEN: Kolton Christle, 4/8; Caleb Frye, 7/36; Austin Lentz 16/109 VM: Cody Blackwell 18/179; Brandon Brittain 20/130; Logan Crawford 2/7; Grant Gordan 1/3; Ben Trent 1/1 PASSING OGDEN: Frye, 24-34-284. 1 INT. 2 T.D. VM: Grant Brockhouse 10-17-155 0 INT 0 TD RECEIVING OGDEN: Luke West, 4/35 1 TD; Austin Lenz 2/8 Jonathan Thompson 1/7; Jake West 10/169 1 TD GC: Cody Blackwell 1/15; Logan Crawford 5/65; Ben Flaharty 2/22; Grant Gordon 1/9; Grant Hoppes 3/20 FUMBLE RECOVERIES None PASS INTERCEPTIONS O: None VM: Cody Blackwell SCORING First Quarter O: Lentz 12 YD run PAT Christle Kick Good O: Frye 42 YD pass to Jake West PAT Christle kick good Second Quarter VM: Brittain 1 YD run PAT Godwin kick good VM: Brittain 18 YD run PAT Godwin Kick Good VM: Blackwell 37 YD run PAT Godwin kick good O: Frye 11 YD pass to Jake West PAT Christle kick good Third Quarter VM: Crawford 5 YD run PAT Godwin kick good Fourth Quarter VM: Crawford 3 YD run PAT Godwin Good O: Christie 3 TD run PAT Christle kick good
by Bryce Godwin was good and Ogden’s lead was trimmed to 14-7 at 10:59. Ogden went three and out on their next possession and Van Meter’s Blackwell covered 64 yards on the next two plays to set up an 18 yard touchdown run by Brittain as Ogden’s lead vanished 14-14. Ogden offense found the going tough and punted the ball back to Van Meter after five plays. Eight plays later it was Blackwell loose in the secondary again on a 37 run right up the middle to score and Ogden found themselves trailing 21-14. Ogden got the ball and this time the offense clicked covering 61 yards in 8 plays capped off by an 11 yard pass to Jake West who reached the ball forward to break the plane and score. Christle kicked the point after and tied the score at 21 all. Brian Cole pounced on a Van Meter fumble and Ogden had another scoring chance. Frye’s pass hit Jake West in the end zone but he couldn’t hold on and the half ended in a 21-21 tie. Third Quarter Ogden got the second half kickoff and began to move but the drive ended in an interception by Blackwell. No harm done as the defense held and the Dog’s began moving again. Ogden then made a crucial mistake, fumbling a pitch to turn the ball over again. Four plays later Crawford scored for Van Meter. Godwin’s kick gave Van Meter the lead at 28-21. Ogden ran 5 plays before punting the ball back to Van Meter, who initiated an 8 play drive that stalled when Heineman put pressure on the quarterback on fourth and five. After the punt, Ogden started a drive as the quarter ended.
grant heineman (No. 4) goes after the Van Meter quarterback. -Photos by Al Treloar
Fourth Quarter A penalty slowed the Bulldog drive and they were forced to punt on fourth and fourteen. Ogden’s defense gave up two quick first downs. Facing fourth down and six to go, Van Meter’s Crawford reeled off a 25 yard run to the Bulldog 4 yard line. On third and goal he punched the ball into the end zone and after the kick the Dogs found themselves trailing 35-21 with only 6:13 left in the game. The Bulldogs knew what they had to do and the offense put together a fine 9 play drive with Lentz fighting hard to get the ball to the 3 and Christle hammering it in from there. Another perfect kick by Christle and the Dogs had hope 35-28 with 3:21 to go. Ogden’s defense came up big and gave the offense one more shot with 0:41 left on the clock. The Dogs went for it on fourth and four but after the measurement the Dogs were a few inches short and Van Meter ran out the clock to escape 35-28.
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THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF OUR GOVERNMENTAL UNITS
Sheriff’s Report Saturday, September 14 1:13 a.m.: Deputy Zuetenhorst stopped a vehicle for excessive speed, and upon further investigation, the driver Craig Robert Arthur was taken into custody for investigation into OWI and transported to the BCJ. Sunday, September 15 3:10 a.m.: Deputy Quinn was asked to check on a male subject walking on Highway 30 from W Ave. The request came from the Ames Police Department who took the call. Deputy Quinn located the subject at X Ave. Sam Hellwege from Des Moines thought he was in the Jordan Creek area and was walking home. Deputy Quinn later determined he was intoxicated and Hellwege was arrested and taken to the BCJ. Monday, September 16 7:22 p.m.: The Dickenson County Sheriff’s Office called to report they had talked to a person who said her friend was going to kill himself. His cell phone indicated that he was four miles southwest of Ogden. Deputies and the Ogden Police department were notified and began to search for the individual. Dickenson County called again and advised the individual was at Clark’s Food Mart in Ogden. The person was located and after speaking with officer advised he said those things but was not serious. He was checked out and allowed to leave on his way to Dickenson County. 2:00 p.m.: A person called to report a trespasser on their property. Deputy Spencer responded, and after a brief investigation issued a no trespass notice to the individual. Tuesday, September 17 11:58 p.m.: The 911 center was called by a person who advised his friend was going to kill himself at the Wagon Wheel Bridge. Deputies responded to the area and located the individual and his weapon. The individual was transported to BCH for evaluation. Wednesday, September 18 2:32 a.m.: Deputy Quinn made a traffic stop at United Community School after a short pursuit. After a brief investigation the driver Michael Meldrem was taken into custody for investigation into OWI.
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT BOONE COUNTY PROBATE NO. ESPR023631 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF FRANCIS R. PLATT, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Francis R. Platt, Deceased, who died on or about September 4, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of September, 2013, the last will and testament of Francis R. Platt, deceased, bearing the date of the 2nd day of February, 2012, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Mark W. Platt was appointed executor 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 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 having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 6th day of September, 2013. Mark W. Platt Executor of estate 202 SE 4th St. Ogden, IA 50212 Lee R. Johnson, ICIS PIN No. AT0003852 Attorney for executor Johnson Law Office, PC 214 W Walnut St. Ogden, IA 50212 Date of second publication: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
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OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES August 21, 2013 7:00 AM The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was held on the above date. Present Chm. Darrell Heck, Donna SloanChristensen, Richard Smith, Supt. Dan Wilson, Administrative Assistant Kathy Weber, Brandon Craighton. Approval of Board Meeting: Heck moved to approve the July 17, 2013 Board Meeting minutes. Sloan-Christensen seconded. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Additions and Approval of Agenda: Smith moved to approve the agenda. Heck seconded. Ayes: Heck, SloanChristensen, Smith. Payment of Bills: Sloan-Christensen moved to approve the payment of the bills. Smith seconded. Ayes: Heck, SloanChristensen, Smith. General Ledger Report: General Ledger report for July 2012 & July 2013, a previous 13 month comparison and a 13 month cash flow comparison were discussed. Wilson distributed additional charts showing monthly loss and unaccounted gallons of water; and loss and unaccounted KWHrs from 2010 to present. Wilson explained acceptable loss values and why those types of losses are present in both the water and electric systems. USDA Grant: Nancy Neilsen, Area Specialist-Business and Cooperative Programs, USDA, met with Wilson, Utility office staff, City Administrator, City Clerk and our Auditor, Eric Seeman to explain regulations, documents and procedures regarding USDA REDLG grant. Heck move to establish a new account named Revolving Loan Fund for the $300,000.00 Grant; to fund the $60,000.00 match with outside funding; Wilson is also authorized to sign documents as needed and Wilson will advise the Board of Trustees of those actions. Sloan-Christensen seconded. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. The Trustees briefly discussed the new Peoples Trust & Savings Bank branch that will be opening in the near future. Update on RICE-NESHAP Improvements: Informal emissions testing for design purposes will be conducted in the near future. The annual urge test was conducted on Tuesday, August 13, 2013. Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Report: Staff explained the report components and answered questions about the report. Heck moved to accept and file the 2012-2013 Unaudited Fiscal Year Report. Smith seconded. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Loan Status from Water to Electric Fund: Trustees were advised of a $56,000.00 transfer from the water fund to the electric fund to cover Purchase Power costs for the last two months. Discussed a monthly or lump sum repayment plan to retire this loan before the end of the current fiscal year. Water Tower Interior Cleaning: Nothing to report. Radiator Jacket Water Structure Options: Discussed costs to replace the radiator structure or to install a radiator drain system. Rick Sturtz has repaired the cooling tower piping, an unrelated engine auxiliary system; supplying labor, materials and supplies to repair. Changing IT Service Providers: Access Systems has offered a maintenance and Information Technology (I-T) agreement at a yearly savings of $500 over our present I-T contractor. Access Systems would become the single service provider for all the office equipment maintenance and I-T services. Monthly billing and having one contractor responsible for both areas are additional considerations.
Sloan-Christensen moved to authorize the contract with Access Systems and authorize staff to make final payment to Harland Technologies, not to exceed $5,055. Heck seconded. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. Street Lights: New poles, identical to existing poles, except for anchoring points, are being quoted. Future decorative lighting could be adapted to these poles. Wiring infrastructure will need to be addressed Department Project Updates: Wilson gave progress and financial updates on listed projects. The RICE-NESHAP project has been added, estimated at $300,000. New Board Business: A thank you note was shared with the Board. Heck inquired about street surface repair on water main repair projects. The asphalt repairs will be done with a City of Ogden contractor when they are in town. The next meeting is scheduled for September 18, 2013 at 7:00 AM. Adjourn: Motion by Smith, second by Sloan-Christensen to adjourn the meeting at 7:50 AM. Ayes: Heck, Sloan-Christensen, Smith. DARRELL HECK, CHAIRMAN DANIEL L. WILSON, SUPT. CLAIMS A & M LAUNDRY, INC. RENTALS ............................... $84.16 ACCESS SYSTEMS COPIER ................................ $120.38 AIRGAS USA, LLC SUPPLIES .............................. $91.30 A-TEC ENERGY CORP, MATERIAL / LABOR ............................... $139.10 BLACK HILLS ENERGY GAS SERVICE ...................... $809.77 BOONE COUNTY TREASURER PROPERTY TAXES............... $767.00 BOYER PETROLEUM CO. SUPPLIES .............................. $24.30 CITY OF OGDEN .... FUEL / INSURANCE / ST. LIGHTS ..................... $3,286.97 CUSTOMERS (5), SECURITY DEPOSIT REFUND............... $423.51 DANIEL L. WILSON MILEAGE / MATERIAL ......... $352.81 DEARBORN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE, INSURANCE EXPENSE ............................... $87.50 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING CO. RENTALS ............................... $33.38 EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SYSTEMS INSURANCE EXPENSE ......... $45.50 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO LABOR ................................... $22.48 HOKEL MACHINE SUPPLY SUPPLIES ............................ $240.25 IA. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM, SALARY EXPENSE .......................... $4,053.76 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE .............. SALARY EXPENSE ......... $11,339.39 IOWA DEPT. OF REVENUE & FINANCE SALES TAX ........................ $5,290.00 KATHY WEBER SELF-FUNDING ................ $1,396.38 KRIZ DAVIS COMPANY MATERIAL / TOOLS .......... $2,333.57 MATT PARROTT & SONS CO. SUPPLIES .............................. $85.39 MID-STATES SUPPLY CO; INC MATERIAL ......................... $1,542.91 OGDEN FARM & FEED CENTER.TOOLS / MATERIAL / RENTAL ......... $328.21 OGDEN TELEPHONE COMPANY TELEPHONE SERVICE ........ $336.40 PAYROLL 7/19; 8/2; 8/16/2103 PAYROLL ....................... $29,625.94 PEOPLES CLOTHING STORE SAFETY BOOTS-PPE ......... $117.50 RANDY S. NEWTON SELF-FUNDING ................... $233.52 REGULATORY COMPLIANCE SERVICE, INC,LABOR .......................... $395.00
RESALE POWER GROUP OF IOWA PURCHASE POWERJULY ................................ $79,838.68 RICK STURTZ LABOR / MATERIAL .......... $1,599.00 RODGERS PLBG. & HEATING, INC. MATERIAL / LABOR ............. $743.17 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP. LABOR ................................. $152.12 SKARSHAUG TESTING LAB. INC. SAFETY EQUIPMENT .......... $417.62 STRAUSS LOCK COMPANY SECURITY SYSTEM .............. $59.35 TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA PAYROLL EXPENSE ......... $1,274.00 U.S. CELLULAR, INTERNET SERVICE ................................ $26.75 UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF, INSURANCE EXPENSE . $990.28 VERIZON WIRELESS TELEPHONE SERVICE .......... $50.16 WELLMARK BC/BS OF IOWA INSURANCE EXPENSE .... $7,482.44 ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT TOTAL ........................... $156,239.95 ACCESS SYSTEMS, COPIER ... $112.50 AGSOURCE LABORATORIES LABOR ................................. $223.51 BACKFLOW PREVENTION SERVICE LABOR .............................. $1,572.50 BLACK HILLS ENERGY GAS SERVICE ........................ $58.00 BOONE COUNTY HOSPITAL LABOR ................................... $29.25 CENTURY LINK, TELEPHONE SERVICE ................................ $51.79 CHEMSEARCH, SUPPLIES ...... $455.49 CITY OF OGDEN, FUEL/SEWER SERVICE/SUPPLIES ......... $1,768.49 CLARK’S FOOD MART SUPPLIES .............................. $56.44 FAIRCHILD COMMUNICATIONS LABOR ................................. $120.00 HAWKINS WATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS ..................... $1,199.44 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO LABOR ................................... $22.49 HERROLD RICKEY, LABOR .......... $6.00 IOWA ONE CALL, LABOR ........... $35.30 KRIZ DAVIS COMPANY MATERIAL ............................ $127.57 MATT PARROTT & SONS CO. SUPPLIES .............................. $79.80 MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING CORPORATION, LEGAL PUBLISHING $154.62 MIDLAND POWER COOPERATIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE ......... $1,489.44 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY, INC. MATERIAL ......................... $3,064.12 OFFICE CASH, MOWER GAS / SUPPLIES .............................. $78.05 OGDEN FARM & FEED CENTER SUPPLIES / RENTALS / TOOLS ................................. $164.81 PEOPLES CLOTHING STORE SAFETY BOOTS-PPE .......... $117.50 PITNEY BOWES, INC. RENTAL ................................ $131.70 POSTMASTER, POSTAGE ........ $327.62 RODGERS PLBG. & HEATING, INC. LABOR .............................. $1,070.00 SECURITY SAVINGS BANK CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT ......... $25,000.00 STATE HYGIENIC LABORATORY LABOR ................................... $24.00 STRAUSS LOCK COMPANY SECURITY SYSTEM .............. $20.00 TACONY CORP., TOOLS ........... $268.00 TOM WALTERS COMPANY GARBAGE SERVICE .............. $55.00 TURNER SERVICE, LABOR ... $1,548.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE LABOR ................................. $163.96 UNITY POINT CLINIC-OCCUPATION MEDICINE, LABOR ....... $37.00 UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO. MATERIAL ............................ $320.00 WATER DEPARTMENT TOTAL ............................. $39,952.39
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BOONE COUNTY SUPERVISORS September 11, 2013 The Board met at the Boone County Landfill and started the tour of the facility at 8:21 a.m. Present were Hollingshead, Duffy, Foster, Scott Smith, Lois Powers and Heidi Kokemiller. Foster called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. with all members present. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the minutes of September 4, 2013 meeting. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the agenda as published. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Sue Gibbons from Central Iowa Workforce Investment Board met with the Board and gave a program update. The Board met property owners in Jackson Township to discuss and view a drainage issue located in Section 31 and 32. Bob Kieffer, Co. Engineer, Scott Kruse, Asst. County Engineer met with the Board for a Secondary Road Update The Recycling Center Visioning Committee Meeting scheduled at 2:00 p.m. was cancelled, due to a scheduling conflict. It will be rescheduled. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve extension to Story County VA Contract to December 31, 2013. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to appointment John C. Niemants and Jr. John as of Board of Supervisors representatives on the Boone County Compensation Board. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing Applications for 2014 Homestead Tax Credits and Applications for 2014 Military Exemption as recommended by Boone County Assessor as follow. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Military & Homestead: Kyle C. Johnson, 1322 7th St., Boone; Roger J. & Barbara J. Plath, 109 S. Main St., Boone. Military: Jennifer R & Ray D. Lemke. Homestead: Jasmin Williamson, 1916 Crawford St., Boone; Eric D. & Mona C. Lerdal, 611 Westwood Blvd, Boone; Josef D. & Caroline D. Sallen,
320 12th St., Boone; Joshua L. & Josilyn R. Schmidt, 315 Clinton St. Boone; Matthew J. & Denise M. Hruska, 2365 167th Pl., Ames (Jackson Township) Dustin M Lynch & Natalie D. Nost, 216 Morningside St., Boone; Kayoko Kimura, 2217 228th Pl., Ames (Colfax Township); Jennifer R. & Ray D. Lemke, 2118 Linn St., Boone; James M. & Shannon L. Crain, 208 Haws Circle, Ogden; Ivan D. Mount, 1305 Noble Linx Ln NE, Boone (Worth Township); Tyson Sonnenfelt, 614 W 4th St., Madrid; Charles R. & Jonnie R. Becker, 124 Benton St., Boone; Tammy J. Flick, 1007 215th Place, Boone (Yell Township); Ronald E. & Debra M. Mikesell, 1901 1st St., Boone; Mitchell Wilkening, 215 W 3rd St, Madrid; Dan Hanson, 806 S. Union St., Madrid; Jerry Ray and Sheila Jo Riker Augustine, 1123 Country Club Dr., Boone; Matthew & Heidi Bryant, 1818 13th st., Boone; Joyce D. Eccles, 1922 Carroll St., Boone; Shelby Jo & Robert Long, 115 W 1st st., Boone; Patricia Wheeler, 514 1st St., Ogden; Lee V. Morgan, 510 W 5 St., Boone; Jason Ryan Lass, 319 w 7th St., Boone; Jeremy Clarence Johnson, 1605 304th St, Madrid (Douglas Township). Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve position description dated July 10, 2013 for Fines Recovery/ License Reinstatement Officer. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried.
Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to pay adjustment for Cody Potter, FT Communication Specialist, Boone County Sheriff’s Department, to $16.42 per hour effective august 3, 2013. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Board reviewed and placed on file Clerk of District Court Report of Fines Collected for August 2013. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve City of Farnhamville’s request to waive tipping fees for community clean up September 16-20, 2013. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to accept recommendation of memorandum from Boone County Planning & Zoning Commission in regards to blanket rezoning. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion carried. The Board met with Michael Galloway of Ahlers & Cooney, for exempt Session pursuant to Iowa Code 20.17 – Negotiation Strategy Session. The meeting was adjourned at 4:20 p.m. These minutes were approved this eighteenth day of September 2013. Philippe E. Meier Boone County Auditor
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NOBODY COVERS THE BULLDOGS LIKE WE DO!
CC runners Thompson and Stumbo are medalists at Ballard meet The Bulldogs faced some good competition at Ballard Monday, Sept. 16 and the great weather led to much-improved race times. Monday’s cross country meet featured over 40 teams, making it the largest race in Iowa outside of the state meet. The varsity boys finished fifth of 11 Class C teams. Trey Thompson led the way with a fourth place finish in a personal best time of 17:40. Andrew Stumbo also earned a medal after taking 16th. Coach Kobliska said Tristan Frantum improved his time nicely from last week. The junior varsity boys were led by Zane Buxton who bested his previous time by nearly a minute. Bradley Gregory ran a good race and also set a personal best. Ogden junior high and high school runners traveled to Humboldt Monday, (after presstime). Thursday they will be at River Bend
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near Story City. BOYS TEAM STANDINGS 1. North Polk ......................... 2. Panorama .......................... 3. Eagle Grove ....................... 4. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter ..... 5. OGDEN ............................. 6. Roland-Story ..................... 7. South Hardin ..................... 8. Interstate 35 ...................... 9. West Central Valley ........... 10. Prairie City-Monroe ........... Clarion-Goldfield .................
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Here’s how the Bulldogs finished: Trey Thompson, 4th*, 17.40; Andrew Stumbo, 16th*, 18.57; Jack Roberts, 34th, 20.00; Evan Klicker, 36th, 20.09; Aleks Kester, 41st, 20.35; Daniel Nida, 50th, 21.06; Tristan Frantum, (no place recorded), 21.30. Junior varsity: Zane Buxton, 86th, 21.07; Bradley Gregory, 137th, 22.03; Devon Johns, 290th, 26.25. Girls
1. Panorama .......................... 2. South Hardin ..................... 3. North Polk ......................... 4. Roland-Story ..................... 5. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter ..... 6. West Central Valley ........... 7. Interstate 35 ...................... 8. (tie) Clarion-Goldfield ........ 8. Eagle Grove ....................... 10. Prairie City-Monroe ........... OGDEN ...............................
79 94 105 118 137 157 158 159 159 207 NTS
Here’s how the Bulldogs finished: Sydney Bishop, 32nd, 18.12; Blair Williams (injured); Anna Clark, 59th, 20.29; Sydney Diggs, 60th, 20.41; Michele Johnson, 65th, 23.01. The high school girls were again one runner short of being eligible for the team standings. Sydney Bishop returned from an illness very well and beat her time from last year’s Ballard Invitational by 30 seconds. Anna Clark and Sydney Diggs both raced to personal records. Junior high Ogden’s junior high runners saw a lot of improvement in race times from last week. Isaac Lewiston made a big step forward to finish 41st of 261 runners. Brady Nelson, Matt Sauer and Cole Bennett also ran their best times of the season. Big improvements were also made by Camryn Buxton, Brooke Schmidt, McKayla Dozier, Claudia Kester and Aubrey Keenan. Junior high girls placed 12th of 19 complete teams and the boys 14th. Here’s how they finished: Girls: Hannah Booth, 51st, 15.15; Camryn Buxton, 54th, 15.22; Brooke Schmidt, 91st, 16.11; Trinitie Barnett, 118th, 16.42; McKayla Dozier, 132nd, 17.04; Claudia Kester, 143rd, 17.37; Aubrey Keenan, 147th, 17.29; Samantha Andersen, 192nd, 19.13; Aidan Skalicky, 203rd, 20.26; Natalie Keenan, 213th, 21.46. Boys: Blake Gregory, 26th, 13.16; Isaac Lewiston, 41st, 13.39; Gershom Levi, 81st, 14.29; Jeff Chumbley, 175th, 16.31; Brady Nelson, 191st, 16.52; Cole Bennett, 213th, 17.47; Matt Sauer, 215th, 17.47; Lance Longhorn, 224th, 18.16; Cade Barnett, 242nd, 19.33.
The Bulldogs faced six teams at the Webster City Tournament with each match consisting of two set s. -VB photos provided
Ogden VB falls to DM Christian Webster City Tournament The Ogden Bulldogs went 2-4 at the Webster City Tournament Saturday, Sept. 14, defeating Northeast Hamilton and Clark-Osceola. Ogden volleyball is scheduled to play Earlham Tuesday on the road. Ogden 0 - Gilbert 2 Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Longhorn Lowman Melchert Poock Westberg Wheelock
Ogden 0 - Prairie Valley 2 Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Lawler Longhorn Lowman Melchert Moses Poock Westberg Wheelock
- 1 10 3-4 4 3 1 4-6 - 1 3 4-5 1 3-3 1 3 1 - 5 4 6-7 3 2 1 4 1 4-4 12 11 24 2 24-29 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Ogden 2 - Northeast Hamilton 0
LEFT: Andrew Stumbo crossing the finish line at Jefferson. Stumbo ran a time of 18.57 for 16th place in the Ballard meet Sept. 16. BELOW: Bulldogs Sydney Diggs, right, and Michele Johnson, left, pace each other at Jefferson. Ogden Reporter photos by Kathy Pierce
3 4-4 1 1 2 6-7 1 2-2 4-4 1 1 4 1 - 4 7 3-3 3 - 5 1 3-3 10 9 13 1 22-23 2 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Lawler Lowman Melchert Poock Westberg Wheelock
1 1 2 4
1 2 3-3 9 6-8 1 2-3 1 8-8 3 2 1 2 2 1 7 4 2-2 2 1 3 3 3 1 11 10 22 3 21-24 3 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Ogden 2 - Clark, Osceola 0 Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Lowman Melchert Moses Poock Westberg Wheelock
1 4-5 5 1 2-3 - 1 2 7-8 1 3-3 2 1 2 - 1 - 12 - 13-14 2 - 8 5-6 10 10 17 2 34-39 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Webster City 2 - Ogden 0 Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Lowman Melchert Moses Poock Summerhays Westberg Wheelock
1 4 1 6
1 2-3 1 1 3-4 1 4-5 1 2-2 2 1 1 3 1 1 - 10 3-5 - 1 1 1 5 1 3-3 6 6 14 5 17-22 2 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Clarion-Goldfield 2 - Ogden 0 Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Lowman
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Bulldog Jordan Poock leads the team in digs averaging 10 in each of the last four matches. Melchert Moses Poock Westberg Wheelock
3 - 1 8 7-7 1 1 - 4 2-4 6 6 17 3 18-23 1 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Ogden vs. DM Christian Des Moines Christian defeated the Bulldogs here in three sets Tuesday, Sept. 17 winning 25-13, 25-12, 25-12. Des Moines Christian 3 - Ogden 0 Christensen Gustafson Kershner Kruse Lawler Lowman Melchert Poock Westberg Wheelock
2 1 5 4-4 4 5 8-9 - 1 1 8-8 1 4-4 2 4 - 10 2-4 - 1 1 8 3 8-9 13 11 25 - 34-38 KEY: K - Kills; A - Assists; D - Digs; B Blocks; S - Serves; A - Aces
Topics will include: • Financial Aid Process • FAFSA Application Review • Understanding FAFSA Results • Understanding Costs – College Comparisons • Financial Aid Options • Scholarships Process • Where to Go for Help
Thursday, Sept. 12 vs. SEW-Grand SEW-Grand 14 - Ogden 6
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Ninety percent of the fastest growing careers require additional education and training beyond a high school diploma. To prepare students and families for life decisions and planning beyond high school, the Ogden High School counseling office has invited a representative from the Iowa College Access Network (ICAN) to provide a free financial aid presentation Thursday, Oct.31 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The presentation is geared toward high school seniors and their parents. High school juniors and their parents are also welcome to attend.
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Volleyball Monday, Sept. 16 vs. Woodward-Granger 7th Grade won at home 18-21, 21-13, 21-18, 21-19, 21-13 8th Grade lost at home 17-21, 17-21, 20-22, 17-21, 21-14 Thursday, Sept. 17 vs. Perry 7th Grade won at home 27-25, 21-11, 21-12, 21-16, 16-21 8th Grade tied at Perry 10-21, 21-23, 22-20, 21-7, 1721, 21-12 Saturday, Sept. 19 vs. Greene County 7th Grade won at home 21-18, 21-13, 21-19, 21-5, 2117 8th grade won at Jefferson 22-20, 21-14, 21-18, 19-21, 21-16, 21-10
PAGE TEN - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Friday, September 13 10:23 a.m.: Officer investigated vandalism to city park property. 12:12 p.m.: Officer did a welfare check on an Ogden resident. 2:23 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of barking dogs in the 200 block of W. Maple St. 4:30 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders at the Ogden Manor. 9:18 p.m.: Officer spoke to a couple of juveniles in possession of tobacco under age. Saturday, September 14 9:45 a.m.: Officer assisted a Huxley Police officer with a subject. 1:02 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of debris in the road in the 800 block of Highway 30. Officer removed the debris. 4:25 p.m.: Officer assisted a
stranded motorist in the 600 block of S. 1st St. Sunday, September 15 3:27 p.m.: Officer received a report of a cat that had been caught in a live trap in the 100 block of S.W. 7th St. The cat was taken to the Boone Area Humane Society. 6:15 p.m.: Officer investigated a two-vehicle accident in the 200 block of Haws Dr. There was less than $1,500 damage so no state report was filed. Monday, September 16 12:05 p.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle. 7:26 p.m.: Officer performed a welfare check on an Ogden resident. The subject was fine. Tuesday, September 17 10:00 a.m.: A cellular phone was turned in at Ogden Police Depart-
OGDEN POLICE REPORT ment. 4:09 p.m.: Officer returned cellular phone to owner. Wednesday, September 18 2:35 p.m.: Officer investigated a theft of gas from Casey’s General Store. Officer located the subject and he returned and paid. 8:04 p.m.: Officer investigated a complaint of trespassing at 513 N.W. 7th St. Lot 2. Thursday, September 19 8:19 a.m.: Earl Stoeffler reported that someone had vandalized his mail box in the 300 block of E. Division St. 10:24 a.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County ambulance at 225 S. 1st St. 8:00 p.m.: Officer received a report of a suspicious male in the area of the Ogden Manor. The officer was
unable to locate the subject. 10:10 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County ambulance at 519 N.E. 2nd St. Friday, September 20 11:50 a.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle. 3:25 p.m.: Officer received a report of a 3-year-old girl walking by herself in the 400 block of W. Sycamore St. The officer walked the girl back to her residence at 507 W. Sycamore and spoke with the girl’s father about her walking away without his knowledge. 4:49 p.m.: Officer was called to the 200 block of S.W. 4th St. for a report of a male subject yelling at another male subject. The officer spoke with the offending male and advised to stop yelling at people
or he would be cited for disorderly conduct. 5:21 p.m.: Beverly Smith reported that she had some items taken from her residence. 6:47 p.m.: Officer arrested Chance Bearden, 29, of Ogden for alleged violation of no contact order. 9:58 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a black male, 20-30 years old, wearing a white or gray hoodie sweatshirt chased five young females in the area of the City Park. The officer was unable to locate the subject. Saturday, September 21 11:25 a.m.: Ogden officer and Boone County Deputy provided traffic control for a funeral leaving the Community United Methodist Church and going to Boxholm.
1:55 p.m.: Caleb Poole reported that his red Mongoose 20” BMX bicycle was taken from the bicycle rack at Howe Elementary school about 1 week ago. Sunday, September 22 12:01 a.m.: Officer received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Ogden Manor. Officer found four males in the car and found them to be in possession of a controlled substance believed to be marijuana. Cody Simpson, 19, of Ames was charged with possession of a controlled substance. The officer also cited the 17 year old, 16 year old and 15 year old for possession of a controlled substance. The 16 year old was also cited for posPOLICE REPORT please turn to page four
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