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By Jeff Forward The members of the Hampton City Council got an earful of head-scratching and stomach churning complaints from two local woman at their Oct. 10 regular meeting. Evelyn Goodell and Madonna Weiland appeared before the city council during public comment to discuss allegations that one of their neighbors was defecating in his yard, allegedly walking around nude, urinating in public and reportedly eating leaves and toilet paper he ÂżQGVRQWKHJURXQG For more than 20 minutes, the two women took turns describing the alleged unsightly behaviors of one of their neighbors on Third Street Southwest. “We’re here to complain about our neighbor,â€? Weiland began. “We have a serious issue.â€? “The other night, I had called the police department

because he was outside in his underwear,â€? Weiland said. “I was told it was like wearing a bathing suit, he was ÂżQH:KHQ,VLWRQP\SDWLRDQGORRNDWWKDWWKDWÂśVQRW ÂżQH7KHSROLFHRIÂżFHUWROGKLPWRSXWKLVSDQWVRQ´ Weiland was then joined at the podium by a fellow resident of the street, Goodell. “He also has been urinating in the bushes, pooping,â€? Weiland added. The man who was the subject of the accusations is not being named by the Chronicle because the allegations are unproven and he has not been charged with any crimes. “My living room view is his private parts. Because he will literally come out naked out his front door,â€? Goodell said. “He does it all the time.â€?

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2013 Mason City Farm to Fork to be held Oct. 17 The 2013 Mason City Farm to Fork will be held on Thursday Oct. 17. This all local mean will be served by three downtown Mason City establishments in partnership with featured producers. Tickets are $55 and must be purchased by Oct. 9. Dinner begins with an appetizer at Mason City Brewing Company, 28 e. State St., with catering by Hy-Vee West. The entrÊe will be at the 1910 Grille, at the Historic Park Inn, 15 W. State St., and concludes with desset at the Decker Bed and Breakfast, 119 2nd St. SE., with locally roasted coffee from Jitters Coffee Bar. Three seatings are available, 4:30, 6 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at Mason City Brewing, Historic Park Inn, Decker House B&B, Jitters Coffee Bar, Hy9HH :HVW 0RRUPDQ¡V &ORWKier, Coffee Cat, Healing House (in Clear Lake). Farm to Fork is sponsored by the following partners: Iowa State Extension & Outreach, Cerro Gordo County, Blue Zones Project™ in Mason City, Healthy Harvest of North Iowa - www.northiowafood.org, participating establishments and producers For more information call 515-851-1690 or email libbey. jan@gmail.com

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By Jeff Forward Mario Pena, a junior at Hampton-Dumont Community High School, has mixed feelings about the new, healthier school meals that are served since changes mandated by the Healthy Kids Act of 2010 were fully implemented this year. Holding a tray of steaming ravioli and other items, Pena – an offensive lineman for the Bulldogs – logging in at 5-feet, 10-inches tall and an estimated 265 pounds – said he sort of likes the lunches but he wants more meat.  ´,W¡V JRRG EXW , GRQ¡W WKLQN LW¡V enough,â€? Pena said. “Meats, more meats.â€?  3HQD¡V FRPPHQWV ZHUHQ¡W LVRODWed; many other students expressed their dislike of various aspects of the school food as they moved through

the lunch line at the high school on Oct. 4, getting a serving of ravioli, a fruit or vegetable, and possibly salad. “It looks pretty nice,� said one student of the salad bar while he heaped some lettuce and other salad items on his tray. “I like the pineapple,� a different student added. On this day, one of the most popular meals in the school lunch menu spectrum was being served – ravioli – and many students said this was their favorite while others favored chicken dishes. “I like the ravioli but I like the spaghetti better,� a female student admitted. The addition of a salad bar a few years ago pleased a lot of the students, including one girl who said

LW¡V D QLFH DVSHFW RI WKH LQFUHDVHG food choices.  ´,W¡VSUHWW\JRRG¾VKHVDLG´:H GRQ¡WJHWWRFKRRVHWKRXJK:HXVHG to have an alternative (main entrÊe) on Fridays.� Behind the scenes of the lunch line were employees of the school district who cook and serve the food to children at all four schools – Southside and Northside elementary schools, Hampton-Dumont Middle School, and the high school. The menus at each school vary a bit, but all are based on federal guidelines set in place by the Healthy Kids Act of 2010, which was championed by First Lady Michelle Obama as a way to help children eat healthier, EHFRPH ÀWWHU DQG KDOW D JURZLQJ problem of childhood obesity and rampant Type 2 Diabetes.

What: The Healthy Kids Act Where: http://educateiowa.gov/index. php?option=com_ The act sets down guidelines for food served in public schools and is designed to reduce bad stuff like fats, salt and sugar and replace it with more fruits, vegetables and whole grains. There are also limitations on caloric intakes per meal, the levels of various types of fat in the dishes and what kinds of beverages can be served.

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Former H-D student, mom make sweet treats like grandma By Jeff Forward Dereck Lewis has fond memories of going to his great grandmother Thelma’s house and getting freshbaked, warm snicker doodle cookies out of the oven. Those memories spurred the Hampton-Dumont Community High School 2004 graduate to make his own cookie company 2012. The Des Moines-based company – Thelma’s Treats - is rapidly expanding and Lewis hopes to begin selling in other Iowa cities this year – including Hampton. “I built the whole brand around her,â€? Lewis said of his great-grandmother Thelma. “It’s kind of the experience where you’d go to grandma’s house and open the oven and get a warm cookie out of it.â€? Lewis formed the company in May 2012, selling and delivering warm cookies. The cookies – held in a unique box that looks like an oven – became very popular at the Downtown Farmers Market in Des Moines, Lewis said. However, a change in the weather led to a different direction for the company which has allowed Lewis WRJURZKLVEXVLQHVVVLJQLÂżFDQWO\ “The sales went down for warm cookies in the summer,â€? Lewis said. “So, we started putting ice cream in between the cookies. That really got popular.â€? So popular was the cookie-ice cream sandwich that the business quickly blossomed from the Downtown Farmers Market to selling the treats wholesale to area grocery stores such as Hy-Vee, assorted local coffee shops and restaurants and Gateway Market, Lewis said.  1RZZLWKDÂżUPJUDVSRQWKH'HV Moines market, Lewis is looking to expand – including here in Franklin County at the Hampton Fareway store. “We’re trying to move into other markets, Ames and Iowa City,â€? Lewis said. “We thought Hampton would be neat since we are from there.â€? THELMA'S TREATS: See Page 3


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“The kids do not really like it, but &KDQJHV DFURVV WKH ERDUG they get used to it and they accept – designed to improve kids’ it,â€? Walker said of the whole grain. health “We use whole wheat for pizza Leading the charge for the Hamp- crusts, and rolls, and cookies, everyton-Dumont Community School thing. We kind of introduced it last District in this new world of health- year, slowly, then we went all whole ier food options for students is Shir- wheat.â€? Walker also said that more fresh OH\ :DONHU WKH GLVWULFW¡V VXSHUYLVRU fruit and vegetables in larger porof child nutrition and the “head cookâ€? who oversees food prepara- tions have been added in addition to tion, cooking, and service in all four an already existing salad bar; included in the changes are new varieties schools. Walker also works on buying food of vegetables that may not be seen and ingredients for the meals, menu in the Midwest very often – such as development and selection, as well beets, Brussels sprouts or squash. District Superintendent Todd as ensuring that the guidelines of the Lettow said one idea that has come Healthy Kids Act are followed. “It is a new lunch menu. We offer along with the new guidelines is to whole wheat or whole grain breads. bring an expansion of the types of Everything is calorie counted,â€? vegetables served – outside the usual :DONHU VDLG ´:H¡UH SXVKLQJ PRUH corn and green beans that are a stafruits and veggies, cutting back on ple of many school lunches. the proteins somewhat. We offer no  ´,ZRXOGVD\WKDW\RX¡YHEHHQRIfering more variety of fruits and vegwhite bread any longer.â€? Walker explained that whole etables, just for them to try,â€? Lettow wheat and whole grain are, “much VDLG UHIHUULQJ WR :DONHU¡V FKRLFHV better for you,â€? and help reduce the “Things that kids may not have been exposed to at home, they can just try risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

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a little bit of it here and see if they like it.â€? Walker said that new menu items are added regularly, including recently a meal she described as “taco soup.â€? “The menu today was totally new. ,W ZDV ÂśWDFR VRXS¡ WRGD\Âľ :DONHU VDLG´,W¡VJURXQGEHHISLQWREHDQV salsa, a little water, a little beef base. ,¡OO WHOO \RX ZKDW WKH\ WXUQHG XS their nose. But when they tried it, WKH\OLNHGLW,W¡VDNHHSHUÂľ Contrary to what many students seemed to believe, Walker and her staff do value the input of students into what they serve. “We kind of ask kids to voice their opinions,â€? Walker added. ´7KDW¡VRQHZD\\RXFDQNHHSWKLQJV running smoothly.â€? The new changes are exciting for Walker, who said that the new guidelines allow for her to experiment with new items and ingredients. “I do like it. I like to try new WKLQJVÂľ :DONHU VDLG ´,¡P MXVW D person who likes to try new things. I like the opinions of the kids. I like to see them try new things.â€? The typical meal for students KDV Ă€YH PHQX RIIHULQJV WKDW VWXdents must choose three from. Meals choices include a protein - limited to 2 ounces of meat for seventh through 12th grade students; kindergarten through sixth grade students get 1.5 ounces of protein – a milk, a serving of fruit or vegetables (mandatory), salad, and bread or salad.  ´:H¡UH RQ D FDORULH FRXQW VR ZH GHĂ€QLWHO\ KDYH WR ZDWFK WKHPÂľ Walker said. “You have so many things you can put on there.â€?

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and CAL high schools, said she has students come to her class hungry looking for food. “I have boys come to my room constantly for food, because I just GRQ¡WWKLQNLWĂ€OOVWKHPXSÂľ'H%RXU said of the lunch portions. “The boys especially.â€?  (YHQ/HWWRZ¡VRZQVRQZKRUXQV cross country at the high school, needs to supplement the school meals. “My son is in cross country and he eats lunch at school,â€? Lettow admitted. “But, he has some crackers and things like that in the car so he has a snack before he runs cross country.â€? When it comes to liking the newer ingredients or dishes, teacher Dave Harms said kids not liking the diversity is partly generational.  ´7KH ZD\ WKH\¡UH EURXJKW XS these days, I think they sometimes GRQ¡WDFTXLUHDOOWKHGLIIHUHQWWDVWHV that we did when we were growLQJ XS ´ +DUPV VDLG ´7KH\¡UH QRW forced to eat some of the things we were when we were growing up.â€? Angie Bertram, who works in the school kitchen at Hampton-Dumont Community High School, said many of the new changes have been well-received for the most part. “Really, the kids here are acceptLQJ RI LW , PHDQ WKH\ GRQ¡W OLNH VR much that they have to have a fruit or vegetable,â€? Bertram said. “But, RWKHU WKDQ WKDW , GRQ¡W WKLQN PXFK has changed other than having more wheat.â€? Bertram admitted that many children do not like squash or beets, but otherwise students enjoy a lot of the food.  :DONHU HFKRHG %HWUDP¡V FRPments and said in reality not much has changed over the years.  ´,W¡V EHHQ Ă€QH :H KDYHQ¡W changed a whole lot other than the whole wheat and whole grain,â€? Walker said. “They (kids) love any fresh fruit.â€? Roberta Widen, who works in the kitchen at various district schools, said the new menu and food is healthier for the students.  ´:HOO LW¡V KHDOWKLHU IRU WKH NLGV For the elementary group, I think ZH¡UH GRLQJ JUHDWÂľ :LGHQ VDLG “The kids are loving the menu. We have lots of compliments.â€? “There are some fruits and vegeWDEOHV WKDW DUH XQSRSXODU EXW WKDW¡V been in the past, too,â€? Widen added. “We served the same menu last year. A lot of the food is the same. Not as many French fries or fast food items. ,W¡V KHDOWKLHU ,W¡V JRRG IRU DOO WKH kids.â€?

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Both women received several questions from various people at the meeting seeking more details about the allegations. “Chief, is it unlawful if he comes out and he’s nude, is it unlawful for them to take a picture to prove he’s done it,â€? Council Member Valerie Haugebak asked Hampton police Chief Bob Schaefer. Schaefer said that he had received other complaints about the man’s alleged behavior and he had consulted with city Attorney Michael Cross. Schaefer said Cross told him that if there is not photographic proof of the alleged actions, a written comSODLQWZRXOGVXIÂżFHWRSUHVVFKDUJHV against him. “We’ve been wanting to take pictures, but are we perverts,â€? Goodell asked. Weiland said her husband, Gaylen, has allegedly caught the man defecating into a bucket and the couple have reported the man to police. “But, they can’t do anything be-

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cause there isn’t any poop on the ground,� Weiland said. “So, it’s like you get discouraged from calling (the police.) The house stinks.� The women also claimed the man eats leaves and toilet paper from his yard. “He’s picking whatever is in that tree and he’s bagging it up and eating it,� Goodell said. “I’m assuming it’s toilet paper.� Weiland added to the strange claim saying, “he eats everything.� Goodell said she understands that everyone has a different way of living, and she wondered if his alleged strange behavior is what people do in his supposed home country of Romania. “That’s very true, that they live like that in Romania,� said Council Member Steve Harms. The two women theorized that the man may allegedly be mentally or psychologically unstable, however City Manager Ron Dunt said that is not true and had already been in-

vestigated by authorities. “We went through this entire process when he lived up on Ninth Place,� Dunt said. “And it dead ends. We went to Russell Wood, to the county public health nurse, I visited with her. As long as it’s not affecting others, there’s limits on what anyone else can do.� Council Member Dick Lukensmeyer, who has had prior encounters with the man, said he is a smart person. “He’s an intelligent person,� Lukensmeyer said of the man. “He’s got a different living style.� Hampton Mayor Shawn Dietz suggested a simple solution to the problem. “I would think what would be more helpful is if you could catch him in the act of defecating on his front lawn,� Dietz said. “If you called the PD each time you see it happen and let them track it so they have documented incidents.� Schaefer said the neighbors could

ÂżOHFRPSODLQWVZLWKWKHSROLFHLQWKH event they see his alleged actions. “If they actually see his private parts, or they can see that he is urinating, a written statement is good enough,â€? Schaefer said. “If it’s recurring on a regular enough basis, we can set up a camera in the window.â€? The two women continued to discuss the allegations before leaving the meeting.  2Q 2FW  6FKDHIHU FRQÂżUPHG to the Chronicle that police had received a report of “suspicious activityâ€? at the resident of the man but that attempts to contact him or investigate were unsuccessful. The council took action on several items on the agenda, including unanimously passing a motion to renew the city’s health care insurance through Wellmark Health Insurance effective Dec. 1. The move allows the city to obtain a more cost-effective insurance plan if one can be found in 2014.

The council also unanimously approved a resolution that would allow for the transfer of the G.A.R. land from the city to Franklin County. In other council business, Schaefer updated the members of the council on missing Hampton resident Ethan Kazmerzak, who disappeared on Sept. 15 and has not been located. “Still nothing new on our missing person. It’s a mystery,� Schaefer said. “We’re doing some interviews

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Lewis is the owner of the company, but he gets plenty of help from his mother, Lana, and eight employees. The cookies are made at a kitchen facility located near the Shops of Roosevelt on 42nd Street in Des Moines. Lewis named and modeled the company after his great-grandmother, Thelma Lewis, who died this year at the age of 108. “She was known for her snicker doodles,â€? Lewis said of his great grandmother. “We use her recipes.â€?  6RPH RI WKH Ă€DYRUV /HZLV produces include warm cookies such as snicker doodles, chocolate chip and peanut butter. The ice cream-cookie sandwiches have proven to be immensely popXODU ZLWK WKH ZDUP FRRNLH Ă€DYRUV EHLQJÂżOOHGZLWKYDQLOODRUFKRFRODWH ice cream. Lewis also makes some specialty

creations, like a zombie-themed ice cream cookie sandwich for a local hamburger eatery – Zombie Burger – as well as a chocolate chip cookie Ă€DYRUHG ZLWK FD\HQQH SHSSHU DQG ÂżOOHGZLWKYDQLOODLFHFUHDP Lewis said one of the more popular creations has been the “Elvis-inspiredâ€? ice cream-cookie, SHDQXW EXWWHU FRRNLHV ÂżOOHG ZLWK banana ice cream. The creations come in a box shaped like an oven, which Lewis said recently won a Silver Medal at the Addy Awards, which honor unique and original marketing. The experience of starting a business from scratch as well as being able to remember and honor his great grandmother’s recipes and cooking has been fun, Lewis said. “It’s gone over really well,â€? he said.

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Hampton man dies in crash By Nick Pedley The Iowa State Patrol is investigating an accident near Chapin that claimed the life of one local man on Oct. 10. According to a release provided by the Iowa State Patrol, Keith Studer, 70, Hampton, died from injuries sustained after he failed to stop at the intersection of county road C23 and Highway 65 east of Chapin. Studer’s vehicle, a 2001 GMC pickup, came to rest in the northbound ditch of Highway 65 in creek bed after it went through the intersection around 9:37 p.m.

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Hochhalter fights human trafficking; headlines Oct. 19 Ladies of Promise event By Nick Pedley One former Hampton resident has made it her goal to shed light on a growing problem affecting rural communities and sprawling urban metropolises throughout America. Tami (Parker) Hochhalter will tell harrowing stories of exploitation and forced sex slavery from her work with F.R.E.E. International, a Las Vegas-based humanitartian group devoted to stopping LOOHJDO KXPDQ WUDIÂżFNLQJ DW WKLV year’s gathering of the Ladies of Promise. Hochhalter, along with guest speaker Sandy Sisam and WKH 6KHIÂżHOG 3KLOKDUPRQLF 0XVLF Club, highlight the Oct. 19 event at Life Center north of Hampton from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. “I’m excited to get Tami in the area and share her stories about something that’s becoming a big problem,â€? said Hochhalter’s mother and Ladies of Promise founder, Donna Parker. Hochhalter and her husband, Lowell, work as prevention specialists and go nationwide giving presentations at schools and other events about the dangers of the forced sex industry. The Hochhalters provide tips on how to spot the UHGĂ€DJVRIVRPHRQHDWULVNRIHQtering this hidden underworld, and also give insight to some of the horrors they’ve experienced throughout their journey with F.R.E.E. International. “Most people don’t realize it’s as huge of a problem as it is, but it’s an epidemic, really,â€? Hochhalter said.  6LQFH MRLQLQJ WKH ÂżJKW DJDLQVW KXPDQWUDIÂżFNLQJWKH+RFKKDOWHUV have helped save numerous adults, underage girls and young boys from sex slavery. Tami said many of the victims are runaways from broken homes, but that’s not always the case. She explained predators often lure youth away from small rural communities and later exploit them for labor and sex. “They’ll prey on the whole, ‘I can’t wait to get out of here,’ mentality,â€? said Hochhalter. “It’s called the boyfriending approach. They’ll meet RQOLQHJHWWRNQRZWKHPDQGÂżQDOO\ meet in person. They’ll start dating, he’ll buy her things, tell her he loves her and learn everything about her‌ then the tables will turn.â€? The Hochhalters focus most of their attention on raising awareness

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HAMPTON CHRONICLE Postal Notice & Opinion Page Policies UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE REQUIRED NOTICE: The Hampton Chronicle is produced weekly and distributed on Wednesdays by Hampton Publishing Company, a division of Mid-America Publishing Corporation, +DPSWRQ,$3HULRGLFDOVSRVWDJHSDLGDWWKH+DPSWRQ3RVW2IÂżFH Hampton, IA 50441. Send address changes to Hampton Chronicle, PO Box 29, Hampton, IA 50441. Postal Permit USPS 234-020. This is issue Volume 136, Number 43, on Wednesday, October 16, 2013. OPINION PAGE POLICIES: The Chronicle accepts letters. All such material should clearly and concisely express and opinion or solicit a call to action regarding a particular issue. Letters must include the name, address, and SKRQHQXPEHURIWKHDXWKRUIRUYHULÂżFDWLRQSXUSRVHV7KH&KURQLFOHÂśVVWDQdard practice is to not publish unsigned or anonymous letters. The Chronicle has the right to edit all letters and guest editorials for length, clarity, taste and libel. All personal columns and letters on this page are the views of the auWKRUVDQGGRQRWQHFHVVDULO\UHĂ€HFWWKHYLHZVRIWKH+DPSWRQ&KURQLFOH

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Healthier meals for students a must; but kids aren’t happy As I’ve been gathering information, doing interviews, and researching the story about school meals and nutrition that appears in today’s edition of the Hampton Chronicle, one thing has become very clear: most of the students I spoke with do not like the new healthier food choices and guidelines. The Healthy Kids Act – passed in 2010 – requires schools across the country to implement new and healthier meals for students. Whether it is ingredients, meal composition, or the reduction of fats and salt – the changes have been made to help children become healthier. These changes reduce their sodium and fat intake, allow for more fresh fruits and vegetables, and are intendHGWR¿JKWRIIHSLGHPLFSUREOHPVRI obesity and Type 2 Diabetes. There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that large percentages of the nation’s children – as well as most adults – eat poor diets that feature too much fat, too much salt, and too much sugar. And, our portion sizes are astronomically larger than what is healthy. The fact is, America is an obese country with poor eating habits. If you don’t believe me, I suggest you visit a foreign country sometime – preferably a Third World one – where all one needs to do is walk around a while to notice there are not very many over-weight people. And to see that processed foods – shown in study after study to be less healthy – are rare in their food systems. The problems of Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and terrible diets are not ones that are easily solved. After all, eating poorly is ingrained in our consciousness by a ÀRRGRIPDVVPDUNHWLQJWKDWHQFRXUages we the eaters to consume fast food, unhealthy snacks, gallons of sugary soda, and other stuff that is not-so-good for us. Child-friendly imagery of clowns like Ronald McDonald, toys in meals, and a bombardment of TV ads that push soda, processed foods and fatty items create in youth an unquestioned desire for those products. After research and interviewing the Hampton-Dumont Community School District head of child nutrition – Shirley Walker – about the new meals, I realized that these new KHDOWK\FKDQJHVDUHGH¿QLWHO\EHWWHU for the students. But, following my talks with dozens of students of various grades, it’s REYLRXV WKDW WKH FKLOGUHQ GH¿QLWHO\ do not like the changes nor do they understand them. As I cruised around town – I took the opportunity to ask students what they think of the new, healthier meals. I posed a simple question to kids: do you like the new food?

The consensus was a resounding no; and, as one student said, “the new menus suck.â€? The top complaint I received was echoed by almost every student I spoke to – the new meals are far less ÂżOOLQJ DQG OHDYH WKHP IHHOLQJ KXQgry. Every student in my informal survey told me that they wanted more meat and protein than they are receiving – which is no more than 3.5 ounces of protein per day - split between lunch and breakfast. The desire for more protein was voiced especially vigorously by athletes, who said they need more caloric intake in order to fuel their athletic adventures – whether it be football, cross country, or other sports. One other big gripe was the addition of new (to this region) and diverse vegetables – stuff like beets, squash, and other “unusualâ€? items such as Brussels sprouts. I even heard from teachers at the high school how much they themselves dislike some of the new veggie options. As our publisher – Ryan Harvey - here at the Chronicle said, his kids want a more “Midwesternâ€? diet of meat and potatoes. So did most of the students I spoke to; stick to the basics that we’ve had our entire lives. The students interviewed also complained about the removal of dessert from the school lunch menu – and they also griped that if there is a cookie, it’s made from whole grains – i.e it isn’t tasty and just doesn’t appeal to them. There is also what students refer to as a “fruit cop,â€? a school employee who works the salad bar and ensures each student has a fruit on their plate. Those caught with out a fruit serving are sent back to get one – whether they eat it or not doesn’t matter, students said, they just are required to take one.

In talking to Walker, the school child nutrition supervisor, she admitted that younger students are PXFKPRUHSLFN\DQG¿QLFN\ZKHQ it comes to the food they will eat and what they dislike. High school students, Walker said, are more adaptable. It’s understandable that students may not like the new meals, ingredients and changes they’re being forced to accept. It’s natural for anyRQH ZKR KDV EHHQ HDWLQJ D VSHFL¿F diet to not like a new food or enjoy the meal when they’re told what to eat, not getting to chose whatever they want. However, there is no doubt about the healthiness of the new meals. The reduction of fat, salt and sugars while adding in more fresh vegetables and fruits along with switching to whole grain is hopefully going to help begin to swing the tide from obesity and associated diseases toward healthier kids. I believe getting students to accept the new meals can be aided by adding education to the mix - which I didn’t sense that students are getting. If children receive education DERXWWKHKHDOWKEHQH¿WVRIWKHLUQHZ school meals, then maybe they’ll beJLQ WR UHDOL]H LWœV JRLQJ WR EHQH¿W them both mentally and physically. Explaining how whole grains provide better, more sustained energy than sugar helps battle misconceptions from athletes who don’t think they’re getting the right amount of food to fuel their sports endeavors. Telling students about the importance of fresh fruits and vegetables in their diet may help them realize how critical those foods are in proYLGLQJ YLWDPLQV DQG ¿EHU ¹ QRW WR mention increased brain function. It’s also partly the responsibility of parents to encourage their kids to eat better and set an example by doing it themselves. If a child sees mom or dad eating fast food burgers and fries, guzzling soda, and eating massive portions, they’re going to mimic that behavior. In the end, the new food options and ingredient changes are going to only help create a new and healthier generation of children. While one parent or a child may see beets or squash as reprehensible and disgusting, I see an opportunity to improve nutrition and re-teach WKHPWKDWHDWLQJZHOOFDQEHEHQH¿cial and also taste good. These changes are only in the beginning phases, and it will take some time for children to adjust and accept them. In a few years, my guess – and hope – is that healthier meals will be seen as normal and celebrated, not derided and avoided.

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To the editor: I’m writing in response to the Hampton Chronicle’s editorial defending Tom Latham’s un-vetted alternative healthcare plans, and position on the government shutdown. As Iowans, ZHDUHVLFNRIWKHVHSROLWLFDOJDPHVWKDWWDNHXVIURPPDQXIDFWXUHGFULVLVWRPDQXIDFWXUHGFULVLV:HDUHDOVRVLFNDQGWLUHG RIWKRVHZKRLQYRNHWKHFRQVWLWXWLRQ\HWUHDGLO\DEDQGRQFRQstitutional legislative process when it suits them. I personally found much of the Chronicle’s criticism of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) highly speculative, and largely unsupported by facts; none of which were offered in support of the Chronicle’s opinion. Let’s start with some facts. 7KH$&$DOVRNQRZQDV2EDPDFDUHLVWKHODZRIWKHODQG which has been endorsed by both the American Medical Asso-

ciation and the AARP. The non-partisan Congressional Budget 2IÀFHHVWLPDWHVWKDW2EDPDFDUHZLOOLQIDFWORZHUERWKGHÀFLW VSHQGLQJDQG0HGLFDUHH[SHQVHVRYHUWKHQH[W\HDUV7KH ACA was passed by a super-majority of the Senate in 2009. It was then passed by a majority of the House, and signed into law E\WKH3UHVLGHQWLQ7KLVLVWKHRQO\FRQVWLWXWLRQDOSURFHVV for creating, amending and repealing laws. The ACA was subsequently challenged by the Supreme &RXUW DQG UXOHG FRQVWLWXWLRQDO LQ WKH VXPPHU RI   5Hpublican appointed Chief Justice John Roberts delivered the GHFLGLQJ YRWH DQG RIIHUHG WKH ÀQDO OHJDO RSLQLRQ  :LWK WKDW GHFLVLRQ2EDPDFDUHLVWKHVHWWOHGODZRIWKHODQG/LNHDQ\ RWKHUODZLWLVVXEMHFWWRPRGLÀFDWLRQRQO\WKURXJKDGHÀQHG legislative process. Rep. Latham is free to propose amendment or full repeal of any law through the same legislative process ZKLFK RULJLQDOO\ SDVVHG WKH$&$  %XW OLNH HYHU\ RWKHU ODZ RIWKHODQGWKH$&$LVQRWQHJRWLDEOHRUVXEMHFWWRPRGLÀFDtion through extortion. Absent the votes to challenge the law through due process, the Republican controlled house is now resorting to extortion. Further, these legislators are ignoring the will of the people. Healthcare reform was a focal point of the 2008 Presidential HOHFWLRQ DQG 2EDPDFDUH LWVHOI ZDV D IRFDO SRLQW RI WKH  Presidential election. In both cases, Iowans, and Americans VSRNH ORXGO\ ZLWK WKHLU YRWHV E\ UHVRXQGLQJO\ HOHFWLQJ DQG then re-electing President Obama. /HW¡VFXWWKURXJKWKHSROLWLFDOUKHWRULFDQGORRNDWMXVWDIHZ RIWKHDFWXDOEHQHÀWVRIWKH$IIRUGDEOH&DUH$FWZKLFKDUHEHJLQQLQJWRWDNHHIIHFW

1. Pre-existing conditions are now covered. More than FKLOGUHQLQ,RZDKDYHSUHH[LVWLQJFRQGLWLRQV,QVXUance companies can no longer deny coverage based on a preexisting condition. 2. Medicare now covers recommended preventive care without any co-pays or deductibles, helping seniors with avoidable problems that may otherwise go undetected. Last year,  ,RZDQV JRW D IUHH SUHYHQWLYH VHUYLFH OLNH OLIHVDYLQJ FDQFHUVFUHHQLQJVLPPXQL]DWLRQVDQGUHJXODUFKHFNXSV 3. 8QGHU2EDPDFDUHOLIHWLPHFDSVZHUHHOLPLQDWHG,Qsurance companies can no longer impose arbitrary lifetime limLWVRQLQVXUDQFHFRYHUDJHVRIDPLOLHVQRORQJHUIDFHEDQNUXSWcy if a family member falls ill or is born with a health concern. 4. The insurance exchanges offered under Obamacare are offering health care plans with competing prices that are accessible and affordable. Iowa’s rates are some of the lowest in the nation. 7KHUH LV D FOHDUO\ GHÀQHG OHJLVODWLYH SURFHVV IRU FUHDWLQJ and amending laws. That process does not include holding the government hostage, or playing roulette with the full faith and FUHGLWRIWKH8QLWHG6WDWHV,WLVVLPSO\LUUHVSRQVLEOHSROLWLFDO posturing to shut down the government when the ACA is settled ODZDQGLWVEHQHÀWVDUHDOUHDG\KHOSLQJ,RZDQV,W¡VWLPHIRU XVDVDFRXQWU\WRPRYHIRUZDUGDQGUHDSWKHEHQHÀWVRIDPRUH FRPSHWLWLYHPDUNHWSODFHDQGKLJKHUTXDOLW\RXWFRPHVWKDQNV to Obamacare. Michael Ziegler, Franklin County Democrat Chair Hampton

by Jill Harvey, Interim Coordinator

Forty Years Ago October 18, 1973 A revised Franklin County Courthouse remodeling plan was VXEPLWWHG WR FRXQW\ RI¿FLDOV Tuesday, with changes that UHSRUWHGO\ VDWLV¿HG PRVW SDUWLHV involved. Major changes were made RQ WKH WKLUG DQG IRXUWK ÀRRU SODQV by consulting architect John Phiffner RIWKHVWUXFWXUDOHQJLQHHULQJ¿UPRI Powers, Willis, and Associates of Iowa City. Mike Thornburgh of Dumont

KDG D PHPRUDEOH JROÂżQJ VHDVRQ winning two different Country Club titles. He captured the Hampton Country Club match crown by defeating Harry Birdsell, Hampton, in a 36-hole ÂżQDO (DUOLHU WKH 'XPRQW JROIHU successfully defended his club championship at Clarksville. Thornburgh advanced to the +DPSWRQ ÂżQDOV ZLWK ZLQV RYHU /OR\G -RKQVRQ RI 6KHIÂżHOG DQG Mark Honeck and L.L. Vodal of Hampton. American Education Week, Oct. 21 to 27, is a time to become actively involved in the education process, RIÂżFLDOV RI WKH +DPSWRQ (GXFDWLRQ Association have urged. According to Dick Sternberg, president of the Hampton Education Association, parents and other citizens are urged to begin taking a more active part in helping with constant improvements needed by all schools in order to keep pace with changing demands placed on school systems. Thirty Years Ago October 20, 1983 The farm owned by Edward and Berniece Rodemeyer in rural Hampton was recognized as a century farm at the Iowa State Fair in August. Presenting the award to the Rodemeyers are Sec. of Agriculture Robert Lounsberry and Dean Kleckner, Iowa Farm Bureau. The Rodemeyer farm was founded in 1882. Kazuhiko Tsukamoto of Japan, who is very talented in music, is a foreign student at CAL High School. He developed his music interests from his parents who are both music teachers. Tsukamoto, who is called “Tonyâ€? in the U.S. arrived in Coulter in late August

and will return to Japan in July. He came to the U.S. through the Youth for Understanding program DQG OLYHV ZLWK WKH 5HY (UYLQ Hesterberg family. He is in the senior class. Neighbors of Rudy Borcherding got together Tuesday to combine 80 acres of beans on his farm north of Latimer. Borcherding suffered a heart attack on October 9. Helping were Glenn Schuler, Ronny Palmer, Wilbert Borcherding, Wayne Borcherding, Don Borcherding, William Schermer, Ivan Pingel, Glen Borcherding, Jim Meyer, Roy Plagge, and Hank Depping.

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OPTOMETRISTS DR. CRAIG L. SEMLER Optometrist 402 12th Ave. NE Hampton Phone 456-4251 DR. M.W. SNELL Optometrist 1701 Washington Ave. Iowa Falls 641-648-2357 or 1-800-748-7408

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sexual harassment policy to broaden awareness and prepare for the increasing number of cases brought against employers. Five county RIÂżFLDOVDWWHQGHGDQDOOGD\VHPLQDU on harassment in Mason City on Monday. The training featured a national speaker who lectures on sexual harassment in the workplace.

Five Years Ago October 15, 2008 Franklin County Conservation Board President Dave Keninger wants the Rolling Prairie Trail to be something Franklin County can be proud of. He also wants to make sure area residents understand precisely what is happening as the plans for Ten Years Ago the trail progress. The current plan is October 15, 2003 to have an asphalt trail running from The dry conditions that have Beeds Lake State Park south to the plagued Franklin County since early railroad then continuing on to the July have led Hampton Fire Chief east side of the Hampton city limits. Jeff Ferris to request the State Fire Franklin County Supervisor Marshal to prohibit open burning in Jerry Plagge referred to a popular the county. The ban was issued one V PRYLH DERXW D FRUQÂżHOG Twenty Years Ago GD\DIWHUWKHFRXQW\ÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWV in Iowa to express his feelings October 21, 1993 ZHUH NHSW EXV\ ÂżJKWLQJ D VHULHV RI about a new travel center being Hampton area social ÂżUHV constructed just across the workers will begin developing a Hampton-Dumont School road from the Dows Rest Area transition program to ensure the Board members spent Monday along Interstate 35. The new developmentally disabled succeed night juggling, and struggling with travel center is the brain child of in society. The program will involve their options when it comes to the developers Joe Simon and Steve employees of the Work Activity future of facilities in the district. Hustedt and has received a great Center, Hampton Community The board spent more than two deal of support from the Franklin School District, and employees of hours debating various projects County Development Association. county human services. LQ WKH GLVWULFW KRZ WKH\ ÂżW ZLWK A new youth center is up and $UW5DLVFKRI+DPSWRQÂżJXUHV one another, and how they impact running in Hampton located in the he can feed 24 people a helping the next proposed bond issue Life Center building north of town of this cabbage after he prepares request for a new middle school. on Highway 65. Daren and Jeanene it. Raisch grew the 11 ½ pound That discussion came after a Chipp, partnering with Jon and Tina head of cabbage in his garden special meeting in September and Craig and Tony and Joy Klein, all this summer. “I’ve been growing discussions at the regular meeting of Hampton, have committed their cabbage about 20 years but never in September. Superintendent Lee WLPHWRRIIHUZKDWWKH\EHOLHYHÂżOOV had one that big,â€? he said. The head Morrison asked the board to make a large need in the community. The was 32 inches in circumference. a decision at its November board non-denominational program for The garden produced several meeting. students in grades sixth through other heads of cabbage in the six The last dirt has been turned, and eighth and high school hopes to to seven pound range. His advice the brand new Dumont Wellness provide a safe atmosphere for kids, to people who want to grow good Center is open for business. take what they learn and apply it to cabbage is not to plant before Consisting of the Dumont Care their lives in a practical way. WKH ÂżUVW RI -XO\ +H VDLG VSULQJ Center and the new Dutchman’s rains hamper the cabbage plant’s Oaks Assisted Living Facility, Looking Back is compiled weekly growth and the cool fall air help the wellness center brings a new by Jill Harvey. ÂżQLVKRIIWKHSODQW retirement option to Dumont area Franklin County is developing a residents.

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Fifty Years Ago October 24, 1963 Dick and Margaret Milbrath will be having a grand opening a their newly remodeled grocery store in Hampton, starting this weekend, and going for nine days up to November 2nd. The store has undergone changes in the interior and exterior. The Milbrathâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s have operated the super market at the site for several years. There is 7,400 square feet of shopping space in the newly remodeled store, which is located on Central Avenue West in Hampton. Announcement has been made of the change of ownership of the Pooley-Merfeld Compaby, at Coulter. Oliver â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peeleyâ&#x20AC;? Christianson has purchased the business from Linus Merfeld, which will now be known as the Coulter Feed and Livestock Company. Pvt. Charles J. Johnson, son of John Johnson, Jr., of Alexander, has been sent to Korea after having completed eight weeks special training in missles, at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Pvt. Johnson entered the service in May. His wife, the former Lucinda Saylor, is living in Mason City where she is employed.

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ATTORNEYS COONLEY & COONLEY Lawyers John E. Coonley 121 1st Ave. NW Hampton Phone 456-4741 Sheffield Office â&#x20AC;˘ By Appointment Dows Office â&#x20AC;˘ By Appointment HOBSON, CADY & CADY G.A. Cady III Megan Rosenberg Office West Side of City Park Hampton Phone 456-2555 RANDY D. JOHANSEN Lawyer 1562 200th St. Sheffield Phone 456-2970

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Lillian I. Lubkeman

Lillian I. Lubkeman, 89, of Latimer died Tuesday, October 8, 2013, at the Country View Nursing Facility of Hampton. Lillian Lubkeman Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday October 14, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Hampton with Pastor Karl Bollhagen and VicDU 1DWKDQ 6FKLHEHURIĂ&#x20AC;FLDWLQJ%XULDO was in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery near Beeds Lake. Visitation was held from 4-6 p.m. on Sunday, October 13, at the Dugger Funeral Home in Latimer and will continue one hour prior to services at the church on Monday. Lillian Irene, the daughter of Paul and Clara Stauffacher Schnabel was born January 23, 1924, in HampWRQ6KHZDVEDSWL]HGDQGFRQĂ&#x20AC;UPHG at Immanuel Grant Center Lutheran Church in rural Franklin County. Lillian attended Maysville Country School and graduated from Geneva 1924-2013 High School in 1941. Services: Lillian was united in marriage with 10:30 a.m., October 14 Edwin Lubkeman on November 29, Trinity Lutheran Church, 1941 in Princeton, MO. They farmed Hampton north of Latimer for 29 years and then south of Coulter for 11 years. Pastor Karl Bollhagen and Vicar 1DWKDQ6FKLHEHURIÂżFLDWLQJ They moved to Latimer in 1982. LilBurial: lian was a representative of the Avon Trinity Lutheran Church Cosmetic Company for over 30 years Cemetery, rural Hampton winning many honors and awards. She was a charter member of the neighArrangements by: borhood, L & L Club, former member Dugger Funeral Home of the Latimer Park Society and the Latimer Coulter Library Board of Directors. duggerfunerals.com Lillian enjoyed sewing, reading, and 641-579-3232 playing Scrabble with anyone who was brave enough to challenge her. Lillian is survived by a son, Ken and KLVZLIH&DURORI /DWLPHUDGDXJKWHULQODZ6KDURQRI (O&HUULWR&DOLIĂ&#x20AC;YH grandchildren: Paul Lubkeman of Marintez, Calif.; Dan Lubkeman, of El Cerrito, Calif.; Amy (Craig) Grinley, of Ames; Sarah Nachazel, of Iowa Falls; and Brian (Kirsten) Lubkeman, of Alexander; eight great-grandchildren: Danielle, Seth, Shannon, Alyssa, Elly, Miller, Isabel, and Taylor; two great-great grandchildren: Alex and Zoey; brother and sister-in-law, Glenn and Edna Schnabel, RI 6KHIĂ&#x20AC;HOGVLVWHUDQGEURWKHULQODZ$JQHVDQG$UORQ'XLWRI 0RQWLFHOOR and her many nephews, nieces and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Edwin in 2007, and her son, Marvin.

Keith J. Studer

Keith Joseph Studer, 70, of Hampton, died on Thursday, October 10, Keith Studer 2013, in rural Franklin County. Private family services will be held. Keith Studer was born on February 18, 1943, in Hampton, to Kenneth and Helen (Huntbatch) Studer. Keith graduated from Geneva High School and attended Iowa State University. He was united in marriage on February 6, 1970, to Linda Nelson in Sioux Falls, S.D. Keith was a farmer. He was a member of St. Patrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Catholic Church in Hampton. Keith HQMR\HG IDUPLQJ Ă&#x20AC;VKLQJ KXQWLQJ boating and driving his 4-wheeler. He is survived by his wife, Linda Studer, of Hampton; son, Todd (Betsy) Studer, of Denver, Colo.; son, 1943-2013 Kevin (Jeanne) Studer, of West Des Services: Moines; daughter, Krista (Eugene) Private family services Hibbs, of Ames; sister, Barbara StudArrangements by: er, of Altoona; grandchildren: Blaize Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home Studer, Chase Studer, Holden Hibbs, Hampton Henry Hibbs, and Izabella Studer. Keith was preceded in death by sietsemavogelfuneralhomes.com 641-456-3232 his parents Kenneth and Helen. booking Israel Larue, 20, Hampton, on a charge of assault.  Â&#x2021;  SP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel at 716 4th Ave. NW.  Â&#x2021;SP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVZHUHFDOOHG to a misc. civil matter.  Â&#x2021;SP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVZHUHFDOOHG to 609 Central Ave. W. for a juvenile behavior matter. Sunday, October 13:  Â&#x2021;  DP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG to the 700 block of 2nd St. SE. for a report of a suspicious person.  Â&#x2021;  DP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG to 218 Central Ave. E. for a domestic matter.  Â&#x2021;DP'LVSDWFKHUVUHFHLYHGD 9-1-1 hang-up call from 209 2nd St. NE.  Â&#x2021;  DP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG a report of stop lights not working properly at the intersection of Highway 3 and 1st St. NW. Â&#x2021;  DP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG a report of a vehicle running off the road on Highway 3 west of Hampton. 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVFLWHG'DZQ0F.LQQH\%LGdick, Aredale, with careless driving. Â&#x2021;  DP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV ZHUH DVNHG to standby at a business near the in-

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Obituaries

Rodney L. Freeman Rodney L. Freeman, 58, of Clear Lake, died on Friday, October 4, 2013, at his home with his wife by his side. The immediate family was there to send him to the Lord after his courageous battle with cancer. Pastor was also at his home. Per Rodneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wishes his body has been cremated. A celebration of life service will be held at 4 Rodney L. Freeman p.m. on Friday, October 18, 2013, at the Open Bible Church in Clear Lake ZLWK3DVWRU:LOO+XQVDNHURIĂ&#x20AC;FLDWLQJ Dinner will be held after the service in the church basement. Rodney is survived by his wife, Tamara, of Clear Lake; children, Austin Lynn Freeman, of Clear Lake; Amy Lynn Dosh, of Glenrock, Wyo.; and Adam Nalan, of Mason City. Rod has three beautiful grandchildren: Logan, Zander, and Destiny Lindley of Glenrock, Wyo. (who called him Pappa); a sister, Shelleen Elling (Mike), of Hampton; nephew, Luke Meyer, of Mason City; niece, Jessica Johnson (Brian), of Hampton; and many family members who loved him very much. 1954-2013 ,QOLHXRIĂ RZHUVPHPRULDOVPD\ Services: be directed to the Rodney Lynn Freeman Memorial Fund in care of his 4 p.m., Friday, October 18 family (P.O. Box 715, Clear Lake, Open Bible Church, Clear Lake Iowa, 50428). 3DVWRU:LOO+XQVDNHURIÂżFLDWLQJ He is preceded in death by his Arrangements by: father, Donald Freeman; mother, EsIowa Cremation ther (Jensen) Freeman; grandparents: Cedar Memorial Funeral Home Donald and Florence (Betty) Freeman Cedar Rapids and Lawrence and Gwendolyn (Potcedarmemorial.com ter) Jensen, all of Hampton; uncles, 319-393-8000 Howard Freeman, of Hampton; Bill (Sue) Jensen, of Newton; Donald (Linda) Jensen, of Oelwein; aunts, Lois (Bud) Daum, of Buckeye; Barbara (John) Whipkey, of Hampton; and cousins, Jean (Stewart) Iverson, of Dows; and Curt (Marsha) Jensen, of Washington. Rodney was born on November 30, 1954, in Hampton, the son of Donald and Esther (Jensen) Freeman. Rodneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father was an Air Force veteran and growing up the family lived in several locations. Rodney often reminisced about his two favorite places: Japan and Alaska. He graduated from Hampton High School in 1973 and then joined the United States Air Force. After completion of basic training in Biloxi, Miss., he was stationed at Opheim, Mont. as a radar technician. Upon leaving the Air Force, he moved back to Iowa, where he worked for Cerro Gordo County for 14 years, keeping our roads safe!! Rodney was a proud Lifetime Member of the VFW #4868 in Clear Lake, and an 18 year Member of the Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Craniofacial HandLFDSSHG 2UJDQL]DWLRQ 5RGQH\ ORYHG KXQWLQJ JROĂ&#x20AC;QJ ZLWK KLV VRQ DQG watching Dale Earnhardt NASCAR racing. Above all his true passion was spending time with family and friends.

Wilma Oleson

Wilma Jean Oleson, 83, of Coulter, died on Sunday, October 6, at the Franklin Country View Nursing Facility in Hampton. Wilma Oleson Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 12, at the Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton, visitation will be held one hour prior to service on Saturday at the Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton with Rev. Travis Berg ofĂ&#x20AC;FLDWLQJ%XULDOZLOOWDNHSODFHDWWKH Hampton Cemetery in Hampton. Wilma Jean (Weir) Oleson was born November 3, 1929, in Dows, the daughter of Curtis and Thelma (Frye) Weir. Wilma attended the Hampton High School in Hampton and also Hamilton College in Mason City. She was married to Dwight C. Oleson on July 17, 1948, at the Methodist Church in Hampton. Wilma took care of the bookkeeping for her and Dwightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s business. She enjoyed 1929-2013 FRRNLQJFROOHFWLQJSODWHV(DJOHĂ&#x20AC;JServices: urines and Jewel Tea dishes, traveling 10:30 a.m. October 12 in the motor coach, and spending time with her family, grandchildren and 6LHWVHPD9RJHO)XQHUDO+RPH Hampton great-grandchildren. In later years 5HY7UDYLV%HUJRIÂżFLDWLQJ she was an avid fan of the Iowa State Cyclones. Burial: Wilma is survived by her son Hampton Cemetery Mike (Carla) Oleson, of Latimer; Arrangements by: sister, Coleen Risius, of Iowa Falls; 6LHWVHPD9RJHO)XQHUDO+RPH granddaughter, Ginger (Justin) Song, Hampton of Park View; granddaughter, Can- VLHWVHPDYRJHOIXQHUDOKRPHVFRP dice Oleson, of Ankeny; great-grand641-456-3232 children: Logan, Sydney, and Macy Song, Preston Oleson, along with nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Dwight, and infant daughter, Roxanne.

Arnold â&#x20AC;&#x153;Arnieâ&#x20AC;? Schomburg Arnold (Arnie) Schomburg, 96, of Latimer, died on Thursday, October, 10, 2013, at the Franklin Country View Nursing Facility in Hampton. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, October 14, at St. Arnold Schomburg Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church in LatimHU ZLWK 5HY 7UDYLV %HUJ RIĂ&#x20AC;FLDWLQJ Visitation was held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, October 13, at St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church in Latimer. Burial took place in the St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church Cemetery. The Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home of Latimer was in charge of the arrangements. In lieu of Ă RZHUV PHPRULDOV PD\ EH GLUHFWHG to the family for future disbursement. Arnold Schomburg was born on December 13, 1916, in Franklin County, to Charles H. and Flora D. (Ahrens) Schomburg. He was baptized Aaron Arnold August Schomburg on January 28, 1917, by Rev. Otto H. Beer. His sponsors were Arnold and August Dohrmann. He attended country school for three years 1916-2013 DQG ZDV FRQĂ&#x20AC;UPHG DW 6W 3DXO¡V /XServices: theran Church with the class of 1930 10:30 a.m., October 14 by Rev. E. H. Grummer. In 1931, he St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church, graduated from the eighth grade at Latimer St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and in 1935 he graduated 5HY7UDYLV%HUJRIÂżFLDWLQJ from Latimer High School. Arnold Burial: was united in marriage to Alice C. St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church Borcherding on September 22, 1940, Cemetery at St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church by Rev. Arrangements by: E. L. Runge; they just celebrated their seventy-third wedding anniversary. 6LHWVHPD9RJHO)XQHUDO+RPH Latimer He worked in construction building homes in Latimer and Belmond, VLHWVHPDYRJHOIXQHUDOKRPHVFRP 641-456-3232 farmed and helped a tiler and plumber. Arnold was an active member of St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church in Latimer, where he served on the Board of Education, Finance Committee, Nominating Committee, Board of Trustees and Church Council. He also sang in WKHFKXUFKFKRLUIRURYHUĂ&#x20AC;IW\\HDUVZRUNHGDVWKHFKXUFKMDQLWRUDQGKHOSHG with the building of the addition of St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School in 1957. Arnold was also a member of the Laymenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s League, Aid Association for /XWKHUDQV IRU Ă&#x20AC;IWHHQ \HDUV ERDUG PHPEHU RI WKH /DWLPHU 0DQRU ERDUG member of CALâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s over 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, served as the St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church Cemetery sexton and served as a caretaker for the Latimer Manor. He enjoyed woodworking, including building birdhouses and carving animals. Arnold is survived by his wife, Alice, of Latimer; daughter, Patricia Schomburg, of Cedar Rapids; daughter, Pearl (Dick) Erenberger, of Ely; son, David (Linda) Schomburg, of Rosemount, Minn.; grandchildren, Anthony Iwanczuk, of Coral Springs, Fla.; Rhonda (Jeff) Havlik, of Cedar Rapids; Lonna (Kyle) Grimm, of Solon; Brenda (Eric) Olson, of Cedar Rapids; Christy (Christopher) Sandeen, of Elko, Minn.; and Todd (Megan) Schomburg, of Lakeville, Minn.; great-grandchildren: Madison, Ella, Matthew, Jeremy, Remmington, Sidney, Logan, Zophie, and Maxwell, brother-in-law, Darrel (Norma) Borcherding, along with numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, granddaughter Andrea Ann, sisters Verna and Mardelle, brothers: Ralph, Floyd, Wendell, Victor, and Wayne; brother-in-laws and sister-in-laws.

Edna Huff

(GQD0DH$OLFH+XIIRI6KHIĂ&#x20AC;HOGGLHGRQ6DWXUGD\2FWREHU in Boone. She was living with her daughter Dianna at her time of death. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, October 16, at the 6LHWVHPD9RJHO )XQHUDO +RPH LQ +DPSWRQ ZLWK 3DVWRU 'LFN 3DUNHU RIĂ&#x20AC;ciating. Visitation will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday, October 15, at the Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home. Burial will take place in the Hampton Cemetery. Memorials may be sent to Hospice in Boone, Hospice in Hampton or Linda Abbott, 725 7th Ave NE, Hampton, IA 50441.

Joseph Smid

Joseph Smid, 80, of Iowa Falls, and formerly of Liberal, Kan., died on Friday, October 11, 2013, at Scenic Manor. Private family services will be held at a later date in Kansas. Memorials may be directed to the family c/o his daughter: Terri Sorensen, 209 Indiana Avenue, Iowa Falls, Iowa 50126. The Linnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Homes Iowa Falls Chapel assisted the family with the arrangements.

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Gary Walker 69, of Iowa Falls, died on Tuesday, October 8, 2013, at the Unity Point Health Care, Methodist Hospital, Des Moines. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 12, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Witnesses, Iowa Falls. Burial was at the Union Cemetery in Iowa Falls. The Linnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home, Iowa Falls Chapel, was in charge of the arrangements.

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Wallace Heitland, 89, of Ackley, died on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at Scenic Manor. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 16, at the Christian Reformed Church in Austinville. Visitation will be held from 5-7 p.m. at the Sietsema Funeral Home in Ackley.

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Gale Rehm, 74, of Alden, died on Monday, October 14, 2013, at North Iowa Hospice House, Mason City. Funeral services for Gail Rehm are pending with the Linnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home.

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FAITH AND WORSHIP

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Church Notes

Polka Church Service set for October 20 in Rockwell

$3ROND&KXUFK6HUYLFHZLOOEHKHOGDWDPDWWKH5RFNZHOO8QLWHG Methodist Church on Sunday, October 20. 'DQ 6WHHQKDUG RI 6KHIĂ&#x20AC;HOG ZLOO DFFRPSDQ\ RQ KLV DFFRUGLRQ DQG NH\board as the congregation sings worshipful lyrics to familiar tunes. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be EOHVVHGE\WKHXSOLIWLQJPXVLF&RPHHDUO\3UHOXGHPXVLFEHJLQVEHIRUHWKH DQQRXQFHPHQWWLPHDWDSSUR[LPDWHO\DP

Musician Ric Gorden to be at Abundant Life Chapel on October 27

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Monday Night Buffet 5 - 8 pm

In town delivery starting at 5 p.m.

Dan Schipper - Manager

Hwy. 3 West, Hampton

Call 641-456-2303

641-456-3355

B & C KITCHEN 641-456-2788 7 1 AVE. NW â&#x20AC;˘ HAMPTON ST

FUNERAL HOME AND MONUMENT SALES

Iowa Falls, 641-648-2569 Toll Free 1-800-464-2569

Sixth Street Church of Christ (Acapella) 909 6th St. SW, Hampton Jim Zacharias, Minister  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP6XQGD\ 6FKRRODP:RUVKLS p.m. Worship  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\VSP%LEOH Study Lighthouse of Life 420 4th St. SE, Hampton  Â&#x2021;7KXUVGD\VSP6SDQLVK6HUvice with Pastors Antonio and Jeannete Pichardo Neighborhood Bible 1570 Hwy. 65 N., Hampton Joel Anderson, pastor 978-810-0383 Darren Chipp 641-430-0701 Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP6XQGD\ 6FKRRODP0RUQLQJ:RUVKLS  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\VSP%LEOH Study and Prayer  Â&#x2021;(YHU\RQH:HOFRPH&RPH$V

641-456-3232

Seven Stars Family Restaurant

119 North Akir St Latimer, IA 641-579-6240

Member FDIC

Church of Christ 22 1st St. NE, Hampton Rocky Woolery, Pastor  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP:RUVKLS *DWKHULQJ  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\VSP%HOLHYHUV *DWKHULQJ

Allison â&#x20AC;˘ Dumont â&#x20AC;˘ Hampton â&#x20AC;˘ Latimer

First Citizens National Bank

Chef Jeffrey Ho Chinese Cuisine DINE IN â&#x20AC;˘ TAKE OUT â&#x20AC;˘ CATERING

Sovereign Grace Church 1(VNULGJH6W'RZV 'RZVZZZVJFGRZVFRP Doug Holmes, Pastor Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP6XQGD\ 6FKRRODP:RUVKLSDW)LUVW 3UHVE\WHULDQLQ'RZV

Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Homes and Monument Sales

Godfatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pizza Serving All of Central Iowa From Hampton!

Non-Denominational Abundant Life Chapel )DLUYLHZ6W'RZV 515-852-4520 / Bruce Klapp, Pastor  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP6XQGD\ 6FKRROIRUDOODJHVLQFOXGLQJDGXOWV 10:30 a.m. Worship Service with 1XUVHU\DQG&KLOGUHQÂśV0LQLVWU\ DYDLODEOHSP UG6XQGD\RI each month) Adult Bible Study with childcare available. Food and fellowship follows. Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\VSP$GXOW%Lble Study with Nursery, Children and <RXWK0LQLVWU\

Hwy 65 So.

641-456-5378 Open 6:30 am-8 pm Tues. thru Fri. Sat. & Sun. 7 am-8 pm

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<RX$UH3DUWQHULQJZLWK(YDQJHOLFDO Free Church of America. Reformed Dumont Reformed 912 3rd St. Pastors April and Jeff Fiet  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP6XQGD\6FKRRO DJHWKURXJKKLJKVFKRRO DP :RUVKLS QXUVHU\FDUHSURYLGHGHDFK ZHHNFRPPXQLRQRQWKHÂżUVW6XQday of each month)  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\VSP5&<) \RXWKJURXSIURPWKWKJUDGH

First Reformed 214 Brown St., Alexander Pastor Philip Arnold Â&#x2021;6XQGD\VDP3DVWRU3KLOÂśV 5DGLR0LQLVWU\RQ.4&5DP :RUVKLSSP3DVWRU3KLOÂśV5DGLR Ministry on KLMJ Zion Reformed -RQTXLO$YH6KHIÂżHOG Rev. Arthur Zewert Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\2FWREHUSP Catechism  Â&#x2021;7KXUVGD\2FWREHUDP%XOOHWLQ'HDGOLQH  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\2FWREHU)ORRGOLJKW GHDGOLQH-XQLRU&KRLUVLQJV DP:RUVKLSDP6XQGD\ 6FKRRO+6&DWHFKLVPDP-Xnior Choir  Â&#x2021;7XHVGD\2FWREHUDP6HZLQJ*URXSSP:2=3ODQQLQJ meeting  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\2FWREHUSP 3-8 Catechism Seventh Day Hampton Seventh Day Adventist P.O. Box 464, Hampton Jose LaPorte, Pastor Â&#x2021;6DWXUGD\VDP%LEOH6WXG\ 11 a.m. Worship United Church of Christ First Congregational U.C.C. 22 1st. Ave. SW, Hampton Pastor John Byrne  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\2FWREHUSP 7UXVWHHVSP&DELQHW  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\2FWREHUDP 6XQGD\6FKRRODP&KRLU DP:RUVKLSDP&RIfee and Fellowship Immanuel U.C.C. 204 E. South St., Latimer The Rev. Lindsey Braun, Pastor  Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\2FWREHU SP&RQÂżUPDWLRQSP&(%RDUG Â&#x2021;6DWXUGD\2FWREHU,RZD&RQference Business Meeting in Ames  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\2FWREHUDP 6XQGD\6FKRRODP:RUVKLS Â&#x2021;:HGQHVGD\2FWREHU SP&RQÂżUPDWLRQSP7HDFKHU Training St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s U.C.C. %5DYHQ$YH*HQHYD StPetersIAUCC@gmail.com Rev. John Hanna, Pastor  Â&#x2021;6XQGD\2FWREHUDP 6XQGD\6FKRRODP:RUVKLS

1280 Imperial Rd., Hampton

641-456-2500 Global Appraisal Service Real Property Appraisals: Specializing in Commercial & Eminent Domain Appraisals

Call 641-456-4477

Steven E. Pearson, CPA CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT

Hansell Ag Repair, Inc.

State Farm Building, P.O. Box 61

General Tractor & Lawnmower Repair

104 Federal St. N, Hampton

1612 Vine Ave., Hampton

641-456-4829

641-456-2034

Visit our website @

www.krukowrealestate.com Hwy 3 W., Hampton, IA

641- 456-3883

515 Main St., Dumont, IA 50625 FRANKLIN CO. AUTO BODY, INC.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Serving Hampton Area for over 40 Yearsâ&#x20AC;?

16 4th St. N.E.

HAMPTON, 641-456-5255

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We Meet By Accidentâ&#x20AC;? 401 1st St. SW - Hampton, IA 50441

505 E. Gilman St., Sheffield, IA 50475

Phone: 641-892-8080

641-456-5293

Phone & Fax: 641-456-4124

Hwy 3 & Hwy 65

641-456-2594 Mon.-Fri. 7:30 - 5:30 â&#x20AC;˘ Sat. 7:30 - 12:00

Syngenta Seeds, Inc.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wapping your Communication Needs in Serviceâ&#x20AC;?

1274A Olive Ave. - Hampton

641-456-2592

641-857-3211 BELEN KRABBE

Retz Funeral Home

Investment Advisor Representative 11 First Ave. N.W. â&#x20AC;˘ Hampton, IA 50441

Sheffield - Meservey - Thornton

641-456-4644

Grocery 641-456-5253 Meat 641-456-2756 Hampton, Iowa

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Please Worship with Your Familyâ&#x20AC;?

or Toll Free 877-599-4644 belen.krabbe@ingfp.com Securities offered through ING Financial Partners, Inc. Member SIPC

641-892-4241 www.retzfh.com

24-HOUR TOWING SERVICE After hours 641-456-3744 Auto, Truck Repair & Welding

641-456-5608

24 1st St. NW - Hampton, IA 50441

Jeffrey A. Jaacks, LPA

641-866-6866 Toll Free 1-877-667-8746

Sheffield Care Center

info@got-you-covered.biz

Noon Buffet Monday - Friday

P.O. Box 400 1451-A Gull Ave. Latimer, IA 50425

Hwy 65 South, Hampton

112 1st Ave NW Hampton, IA 50441 Stitch It - Print It - Wear It

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your One Stop Water Shopâ&#x20AC;?

Auto Parts, Inc.

641-456-3242

641- 456-3473

Mike and Gwen Thornburgh

Mortâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Incorporated

Crossroads of Hampton 120 1st Street NW, Hampton

641-857-3287 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Offering A Great Selection Of Floor Covering & Expert Installationâ&#x20AC;?

Stihl Products

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for you!

E&E RepairGene Elphic 641-456-4264

Call 641-456-2585

owner

to help sponsor

1410 Olive Ave., Hampton, IA â&#x20AC;˘ 3/4 mile N. of Fairground corner

Licensed Public Accountant

Dumont Implement Co.

3 - 1st St. SW, Hampton 641-456-4125

641-857-3216

Highway 3, Dumont, IA www.dumontimplement.com

Corn Belt Power Cooperative

To help sponsor this page, call Barb at 641-456-2585 ext. 120

100 Bennett Drive Sheffield, Iowa 50475

641-892-4691 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Skilled Nursing and Outpatient Rehab. Respite Staysâ&#x20AC;?

Allison Pharmacy

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your Hometown Pharmacyâ&#x20AC;?

305 N. Main St. Allison, IA

319-267-2505 BURESH BUILDINGS

Brian Buresh President

641-456-5242

808 Central Ave. W., Hampton

Keithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auto & Truck Clinic

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Power of Human Connectionsâ&#x20AC;?

808 1st St. NW - Hampton

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FROM YOUR NEIGHBORS

Bulletin Board Free camping at Wilder Park October 25 and 26

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Wilder Park, Allison, to close for camping and picnicking October 28

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Genealogical Society to meet October 19

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Blood Drive set for October 28 at Trinity Lutheran

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Local WIC office opens

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Farmers Market end of Season 2013

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Club Notes Patrick Henry Society Children meet

7KH 3DWULFN +HQU\ 6RFLHW\ &KLOdren of the American Revolution met at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, OctoEHU   DW 6W 3DXO¡V /XWKHUDQ &KXUFK ORFDWHG DW  :HVW 0DLQ 6WUHHW LQ /DWLPHU ZLWK IRXU 3DWULFN Henry Society Children of the American Revolution members and four &DQGOH6WLFN &KDSWHU 'DXJKWHUV of the American Revolution members present. Our program was on Discovering Stained Glass. We explored how stained glass is made and how it can sometimes tell a special story, especially if the stained glass is located in a church or other building. Following our program, everyone had the opportunity to PDNHWKHLURZQ´VWDLQHGJODVVÂľSURMHFW  /LQGD$OODQ RXU DGXOW 3DWULFN Henry Society CAR Leader, served D GHOLFLRXV OXQFK DIWHU ZH Ă&#x20AC;QLVKHG PDNLQJRXUFUDIWSURMHFWV If you can trace your ancestry EDFN WR WKH $PHULFDQ 5HYROXWLRQ and have children or grandchildren who are interested in becoming a member of the Children of the American Revolution, please contact Linda Allan at lindasews@frontiernet. net RU FDOO KHU DW  IRU more information.

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HANK YOU! Thank you for keeping your readers both in print and online informed of Ethanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s search. We hear from people everyday that they keep checking the website for news. We are thankful for the immediate availability of information to the public. The law enforcement of Hampton and Franklin County has been wonderful to work with. We know that many have gone above and beyond in the search for Ethan and have promised to keep looking until he is found. You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t imagine what that means to us. We would also like to thank the search and rescue crews that have looked by plane, atv, water search and vehicle. Also all of the people who have gone out on their own searching roads, farms, buildings and looking while driving everyday. Many of you are people whom we have never met and canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t begin to thank you all personally, but it has meant so much to us that you would do that. I wish there was something new to report but there are still no leads. It is hard to believe that no one has come forward with information. We truly hope that no parent ever has to go through this. You wake up every morning with a knot in your stomach that never goes away. It is hard to know your child is out there somewhere and you have no idea what his condition is. This community has been amazing and continues to overwhelm our family with thoughts and prayers. Our hope is that soon Ethan can thank you for all you have done. I thank God every night that we have friends, family and this community to help us get through this.

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driving a 2000 GMC Savana van, when he thought Emily Drake, 28, 5H\QROGV ,OO GULYLQJ D 7HUUDJDWRU was going to turn south onto Timber Ave, as she had entered the turning lane and had her south turn signal on. However, at the last second, she elected to turn north right into the Savana van. Both drivers sustained minor injuries. The Savana sustained $10,000 in damages while the Terragator sustained $15,000 in damages. Drake was cited for improper turn. Â&#x2021;  SP 'HSXWLHV UHFHLYHG D driving complaint of a subject all over the road near the intersection of Wren Ave. and 255th St.  Â&#x2021;  SP 'HSXWLHV UHFHLYHG D report of a dog lunging at a subject at Mayneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Grove. Subject got the license plate number. Deputy spoke ZLWK WKH RZQHU RI WKH GRJ 2ZQHU will keep dog on a leash.  Â&#x2021;  SP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG a 9-1-1 open-ended call in the 400 block of N. South St., Latimer. Dispatcher called back, spoke with subject, advised it was a misdial. Â&#x2021;  SP 'LVSDWFKHUV UHFHLYHG a 9-1- hang-up call from the 1400 block of 190th St. Dispatcher advised deputy. Dispatcher called number back, spoke with subject, advised it was a misdial.  Â&#x2021;  SP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG WKH Iowa State Patrol in investigating a fatality accident on Highway 65 near the intersection of 210th St.

over turned. The vehicle came to rest on the driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s side, facing south. The trailer came to rest upside down, also facing south. Damages were estimated at $2,000. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Thursday, October 10: Â&#x2021;  SP7URRSHUV LQYHVWLJDWHG a single vehicle accident near the intersection of Highway 65 and County 5RDG & WK 6W $FFRUGLQJ WR WKHUHSRUWRQĂ&#x20AC;OH.HLWK-6WXGHU Hampton, was eastbound on C-23 in a 2001 GMC Sierra, when he failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection with Highway 65. The truck went through the intersection and came to rest in the northbound ditch on Highway 65 in a creek bed. The accident remains under investigation, it is unknown if alcohol played a part in the accident. The Iowa State Patrol was assisted by the Franklin CounW\ 6KHULII¡V 2IĂ&#x20AC;FH +DPSWRQ 3ROLFH 'HSDUWPHQW6KHIĂ&#x20AC;HOG3ROLFH'HSDUWment, Franklin General Hospital, and 6KHIĂ&#x20AC;HOG (06 'DPDJH HVWLPDWHV were unavailable as of press time.

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PUBLIC NOTICE 127,&(2)38%/,&+($5,1* Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, OcWREHUDW30DWWKH&LW\&RXQcil Chambers, 122 1st Avenue NW, Hampton, ,RZDWKHUHZLOOEHD3XEOLF+HDULQJRQWKHSURposal set forth in Resolution 2013-20, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Resolution proposing disposal of an interest in real property by gift; current site of G.A.R. Memorial Hall, and Notice of Public Hearing.â&#x20AC;? Any interested party may attend said meeting and object WKHUHWR RU PD\ ÂżOH ZULWWHQ REMHFWLRQV SULRU WR VDLGKHDULQJZLWKWKH&LW\0DQDJHURIWKH&LW\ RI+DPSWRQ,RZD$IWHUWKH3XEOLF+HDULQJWKH +DPSWRQ&LW\&RXQFLOZLOOPDNHDÂżQDOGHWHUPLnation on the proposal. Ron Dunt, Hampton City Manager ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 16, 2013. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Probate 127,&(2)352%$7(2):,// 2)$332,170(172)(;(&8725$1' 127,&(72&5(',7256 352%$7(12(635 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Melvin Heisner, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of MelYLQ +HLVQHU 'HFHDVHG ZKR GLHG RQ RU DERXW $XJXVW <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHst day of 2FWREHUWKHXQGHUVLJQHGZDVDSSRLQWHG administrator of the estate. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as SURYLGHG E\ ODZ GXO\ DXWKHQWLFDWHG IRU DOORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of WKLVQRWLFH XQOHVVRWKHUZLVHDOORZHGRUSDLG D claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of October, 2013. Dean A. Heisner 11651 W Offner Road Peotone, IL 60468 Administrator of Estate *$&DG\,,,,&,63,11XPEHU$7 Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC Attorney for Administrator 9 First Street SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555 'DWHRIVHFRQGSXEOLFDWLRQUGGD\RI2FWRber, 2013. Probate Code Section 230 ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 16 and 23, 2013. ____________________________________

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PUBLIC NOTICE 727(55<),1. 25 $//387$7,9( )$7+(562)$&+,/'%251217+(UG '$<2)6(37(0%(5,17+(67$7( 2),2:$ <RXDUHQRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHUHLVQRZRQÂżOHLQWKH RIÂżFHRIWKH&OHUNRI&RXUWIRU)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\ a Petition Alleging Delinquent Child in case QXPEHU -9-9 ZKLFK WR D FKLOG ERUQ RQ the 23rd day of September, 1998. Further deWDLOVFRQWDFWWKHFOHUNÂśVRIÂżFH The Petitionerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attorney is Brent J. Symens. <RXDUHQRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHUHZLOOEHDKHDULQJRQ the petition alleging delinquent child before the ,RZD 'LVWULFW &RXUW IRU )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ DW WKH &RXUWKRXVHLQ+DPSWRQ,RZDDWSPRQ the 21st day of October, 2013. /s/CLERK OF THE ABOVE COURT Franklin County Courthouse Hampton, IA 50441 ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 9, 16 and 23, 2013. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Probate 127,&(2)352%$7(2):,// 2)$332,170(172)(;(&8725$1' 127,&(72&5(',7256 352%$7(12(635 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM L. ROBINSON III, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of WilOLDP 5RELQVRQ ,,, 'HFHDVHG ZKR GLHG RQ RU DERXW6HSWHPEHU <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of 6HSWHPEHUWKHODVWZLOODQGWHVWDPHQWRI William L. Robinson III, deceased, bearing date of the 30thGD\RI6HSWHPEHUZDVDGPLWted to probate in the above named court and WKDW ,RZD )DOOV 6WDWH %DQN ZDV DSSRLQWHG H[ecutor of the estate. Any action to set aside the ZLOOPXVWEHEURXJKWLQWKHGLVWULFWFRXUWRIVDLG FRXQW\ZLWKLQWKHODWHUWRRFFXURIIRXUPRQWKV from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and GHYLVHHV XQGHU WKH ZLOO ZKRVH LGHQWLWLHV DUH reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as SURYLGHG E\ ODZ GXO\ DXWKHQWLFDWHG IRU DOORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of WKLVQRWLFH XQOHVVRWKHUZLVHDOORZHGRUSDLG D claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of October, 2013. ,RZD)DOOV6WDWH%DQN 601 Washington Avenue ,RZD)DOO,$ Executor of Estate *$&DG\,,,,&,63,11R$7 Hobson, Cady & Cady Attorney for Executor 9 First Street SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555 Date of second publication 16th day of October, 2013. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 9 and 16, 2013. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin General Hospital Quarterly Report FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSPITAL QUARTERLY REPORT JUL/AUG/SEP, 2013 CLAIMS 21ST CENTURY REHAB, PC, Professional Fees ...............................................140891.46 A & M ELECTRIC, Repairs ....................132.56 A & P FOOD EQUIPMENT, INC, Department Supplies ...............................................771.64 A-1 CAREERS, Professional Fees ....12347.95 AAF INTERNATIONAL, Repairs............658.05 AAPA MEMBERSHIP, Dues ..................275.00 ABBOTT LABORATORIES, Department Supplies....................................................2987.71 ACCESS, INCORPORATED, Department Supplies......................................................732.00 ACKERMAN, TERESA, Reimburse ......168.93 ACUTE CARE INC, Service ............267785.43 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, P/R (Employee Withholding) .......................................1401.18 ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRATORS, P/R (Employee Withholding) .........................22928.74 ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRATORS, Service ...... .............................................................264.90 AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL, Medical Supplies ...........................................................5646.66 ALCON LABORATORIES INC, Department Supplies ...............................................175.00 ALERE NORTH AMERICA, INC, Department Supplies .............................................2966.10 ALGER COMPANY, THE, Department Supplies......................................................150.80 ALIMED, INC., Department Supplies ....428.95 ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, P/R (Workmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Comp) ........................................396.69 ALLIANT ENERGY, Utilities ...................406.78 AMERICAN BOTTLING COMPANY, Food Supplies......................................................935.36 AMERICAN DIABETES ASSO, Department Supplies ...............................................174.72 AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOC, Dues .200.00 AMERICAN MEDICAL PRODUCTS, Medical Supplies .................................................56.53 AMERICAN PROFICIENCY, Dues ......4444.50 AMERICINN, Department Supplies .......175.80 AMERISOURCE BERGEN DRUG, Drugs/ Pharmeceuticals ..............................94616.09 AMERITAS GROUP, P/R (Employee Withholding) .....................................................2236.56 ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY, Food Supplies....................................................1720.20 ANDERSON, DIXIE, Rent ...................1425.00 ASSOC OF NUTRITION & FOODSERV, Dues . .............................................................145.00 ASSURANT, P/R (Employee Withholding) ........ ...........................................................5132.51 AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP, Repairs ..343.00 BAKKER, JON L, Rent ..........................900.00 BARD, C R INC, Department Supplies.............. ...........................................................2066.16 BAXTER HEALTHCARE, Drugs/Pharmeceuticals.......................................................245.60 BECKMAN COULTER INC, Department Supplies....................................................1452.54 BENDER, SUSAN, Reimburse ..................7.51 BIOMET BRACING, Medical Supplies ..158.41 BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, Department Supplies......................................................483.90 BLACKHAWK AUTOMATIC, Repairs ....286.00 BOCHMANN, COURTNEY, Service ......225.00 BORCHERDING, KANDI, Reimburse .....32.77 BRADLEY, CATHY, Reimburse ...............67.80 BRIGGS CORPORATION, Department Supplies......................................................117.03 BROWNELL, TA ANESTHESIA, Professional Fees .................................................25556.00 BROWNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S MEDICAL IMAGING, Department Supplies .................................................76.30 BUTCH GRUELKE AUTO BODY, Repairs ........ ...........................................................4822.02 BVK DIRECT, Advertising ......................355.12 C.H. MCGUINESS CO INC, Repairs.......72.34 CARDINAL HEALTH, Department/Medical Supplies ...........................................24037.29 CAREFUSION SOLUTIONS, Equipment Lease ...................................................375.00

CAROLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FLOWER BOX, Department Supplies......................................................170.00 CARROT-TOP INDUSTRIES INC, Repairs ....... .............................................................356.60 CASTLE, DICK & KELCH INS, Insurance Premiums ..............................................72489.00 CDW GOVERNMENT, INC, Department Supplies.................................................... 1105.11 CEARLEY, MEGGAN, Reimburse .........169.50 CENEX FLEETCARD, Fuel .................3339.91 CENTURION MEDICAL PROD, Department/ Medical Supplies ................................1939.14 CENTURY LINK, Utilities .....................2470.78 CENTURY LINK, Utilities .....................1138.16 CERNER CORPORATION, Equipment Lease .. ...........................................................8193.00 CHIPP, JEANENE, Reimburse ................33.90 COEUR INCORPORATED, Department Supplies......................................................365.02 COLLECTIONS SERVICE, P/R (Employee Garnishment) .......................................242.27 COMPUTER PROD & SUPP, Department/Medical Supplies .........................................237.40 CONSOLIDATED ENERGY CO, Utilities .......... ...........................................................3636.77 CONTROL INSTALLATIONS, Department Supplies....................................................6543.00 CON-WAY FREIGHT, INC, Department Supplies......................................................700.77 COUNSEL OFFICE & DOCUMENT, Service/ Department Supplies .........................3583.37 COVIDIEN, Repairs ...............................180.00 CRAIGHTON, DAWN, Reimburse .........310.75 CULLIGAN IOWA FALLS, Dept Supp/Repairs/ Equip Lease .......................................2209.40 CULVER-HAHN ELEC SUPPLY, Repairs.......... ...........................................................1728.06 D & L SANITATION, Utilities ..................710.00 DAVEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, Service ....................................650.00 DAVIS, BROWN, KOEHN,, Service ......997.88 DEA HEADQUARTERS, Dues ..............731.00 DELTA DENTAL, P/R (Employee Withholding).. ...........................................................6416.51 DENNIS, DAVID E., D.O., Reimburse ...749.00 DIAMOND DIST. CO., Department Supplies ..... ...........................................................3175.00 DIRECT SUPPLY, Department Supplies ........... .............................................................443.63 DIRKSEN, TRACY, Reimburse .............116.39 DOBBS, AMANDA, Reimburse .............135.60 DOLLAR GENERAL CORP, Dept Supp/Med Supp/Advertising ..................................264.00 DOORS, INC., Repairs ..........................398.00 DOWS, CITY OF, Utilities ........................69.28 DUMONT DEVELOPMENT, Rent .......1275.00 DUMONT TELEPHONE CO, Utilities ....785.15 DUMONT, CITY OF, Utilities ..................130.65 DY, RICHARD, Reimburse ......................11.86 EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO, Food Supplies... .............................................................956.56 ECKHOFF, CHRISTI A., Reimburse ......157.07 ECOLAB FOOD SAFETY, Department Supplies......................................................118.83 ECOLAB PEST, Service ......................1713.27 ELBERT, LEE, Reimburse .....................356.49 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, Utilities............ .............................................................228.90 ELLSWORTH MUNICIPAL HOSP., Service ...... ...........................................................1760.15 EMPLOYER ADMIN SERV, LLC, Service ......... ...............................................................96.00 ENTERPRISE BILLING, Service .........4800.00 FABER, ELIZABETH, Department Supplies...... .............................................................362.50 FAREWAY FOOD STORES, Department/Food Supplies ...............................................739.81 FARMERS COOPERATIVE, Utilities .....192.00 FASTENAL COMPANY, Department Supplies .. ...............................................................22.10 FIALA OFFICE PRODUCTS,LTD, Department Supplies ...............................................239.24 FINK, DIANE, Reimburse ......................167.80 FINK, JACKIE, Reimburse ......................26.75 FIRST BANK HAMPTON, Department Supplies........................................................26.80 FIRST BANK HAMPTON-PR, P/R (Payroll) ......

.....................................................1038205.31 FMC-HAMPTON PETTY CASH, Petty Cash .... .................................................................8.79 FOUR SEASONS SERVICE, Service ............... ...........................................................3229.00 FRANKLIN COUNTY LUMBER, Repairs .......... ............................................................ 130.84 FRANKLIN COUNTY TREASURER, Property Taxes..................................................3926.00 FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSPITAL, P/R (Employee Withholding) .............................274.00 FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSP-PC, Petty Cash .. .............................................................128.90 FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSP-PW, P/R (Employee Withholding) ...........................2577.69 FRANKLIN MEDICAL CENTER, P/R (Employee Withholding) ..................................1510.00 FRANKLIN REC, MFP Loan Payment .............. .........................................................23125.02 FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS, Utilities ........ .............................................................710.60 GALINDO, DAWN, Food Supplies ............7.00 GARDNER & WHITE, P/R (Employee Withholding) ................................................896.55 GARDNER & WHITE - STD, P/R (Employee Withholding) .......................................3539.28 GAYTON, CAROLINA, Service ...............15.00 GETINGE USA, Department Supplies ..186.52 GIDDINGS SIGNS, Department Supplies ......... .............................................................463.75 GLAXOSMITHKLINE, Drugs/Pharmeceuticals . .............................................................718.56 GOODWIN TUCKER GROUP, Repairs .203.19 GOT YOU COVERED, Department Supplies .... ...............................................................71.73 GRAINGER, Repairs/Department Supplies ...... .............................................................278.43 GRAPETREE MED STAFFING, Professional Fees .....................................................803.40 HALVORSON TRANE, Repairs ...........1807.00 HAMPTON CHRONICLE, Subscription...50.00 HAMPTON HARDWARE INC, Repairs/Department Supplies ......................................202.56 HAMPTON HEATING, Repairs .............125.00 HAMPTON HOME STORE, Repairs/Department Supplies ......................................669.98 HAMPTON ROTARY CLUB, Dues ........135.00 HAMPTON SENIOR CENTER, Advertising ...... ...........................................................1000.00 HAMPTON, CITY OF, Utilities .............1367.14 HANSEN, KEITH L., D.O., Service........675.00 HARDIN CNTY TIRE & SERV, Repairs ............. .............................................................175.90 H-D BOOSTER CLUB, Department Supplies ... .............................................................206.98 HEALTH & SAFETY INSTITUTE, Department Supplies .............................................1350.00 HEALTH CARE LOGISTICS,INC, Drugs/Pharmeceuticals ............................................16.50 HEALTHFUSION, INC, Service ...........8862.80 HEALTHLAND, Service .......................1656.42 HELMER, INC, Department Supplies ......73.65 HEMOCUE AMERICA, Department Supplies ... .............................................................197.00 HENDERSON, BRENDA, Service.......8215.51 HENSLEY, TARA, Reimburse................257.64 HILL-ROM, Department Supplies ......10244.20 HINES, TYLER, Service ........................160.00 HOLMAN BOILER WORKS, INC, Repairs ........ ...........................................................3776.67 HOLMES, CARLA, Service .....................33.75 HOLOGIC, Department Supplies ............92.09 HOSPIRA WORLDWIDE,INC, Department/ Medical Supplies ................................1600.48 HOVLAND, TOM ENTERPRISES, Repairs ...... .............................................................203.34 HUBERT COMPANY, Department Supplies ...... .............................................................359.89 IA DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH, Department Supplies......................................................331.00 IA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, Department Supplies ....................................7271.00 IACME, Dues .........................................250.00 IDEACOM MID-AMERICA, Repairs/Department Supplies ......................................361.45 IMPERIAL FASTENER CO, INC, Repairs .........

.............................................................133.99 INTERSTATE ALL, Department Supplies .......... .............................................................460.50 IOWA BRD OF PHARMACY, Dues .......540.00 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS, Service ...1200.00 IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE, P/R (Employee Garnishment) .......................................577.50 IOWA HEALTH-DES MOINES, Education......... .............................................................231.10 IOWA OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL, Dues............ ...........................................................1470.00 IOWA PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT, Dues ..300.00 IRHTP, Service/Education ...................1982.00 JENDRO SANITATION SERVICE, Utilities ....... .............................................................115.74 JENSEN, CONNIE, Reimburse .............135.60 JOHNSON & JOHNSON HLTHCR, Department Supplies ...........................................50336.00 KEITHâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S AUTO & TRUCK, Repairs .......463.62 KERMA MEDICAL PRODUCTS, Department Supplies ...............................................529.28 KESSEL, JUDY, Service........................114.00 KEYSTONE LABORATORIES INC, Repairs ..... ...............................................................40.00 KILPATRICK EQUIPMENT CO, Department Supplies ...............................................145.58 KIWANIS CLUB OF HAMPTON, Dues....80.00 KLMJ - FM, Advertising .......................2145.00 KOERNER-WHIPPLE, Pharmacy Contract....... .........................................................32186.34 KRUSE, VICTORIA V, Reimburse ...........67.80 LANDAUER, INC., Department Supplies .......... .............................................................176.99 LATIMER, CITY OF, Utilities ..................104.20 LAUFFER, TONI, Service/Department Supplies......................................................693.00 LIFE SERVE BLOOD CENTER, Department Supplies .............................................7302.50 LIFECYCLE SYSTEMS LLC, Department Supplies......................................................269.50 LOBBY SHOPPE, P/R (Employee Withholding) .......................................................178.00 LONG TERM MEDICAL SUPPLY, Department Supplies ...............................................315.00 LVS COMMUNICATIONS, Service ....18000.00 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE, P/R (Employee Withholding) .......................................3775.23 MARSHALL & SWIFT, Service ................67.50 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING, Department/ Food Supplies ....................................2805.64 MASON CITY SURGERY CENTER, Department/Medical Supplies .......................1432.57 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO, Department Supplies .................................................53.91 MCVICKER, KAREN, Reimburse/Department Supplies ...............................................124.35 MCWILLIAMS, JOLENE, Reimburse ......45.77 MED MEDIA, Service ..........................1290.00 MEDICAL PHYSICS, INC, Service ......2419.00 MEDIVATORS, Department Supplies ..2065.89 MEDLINE INDUSTRIES, Department/Medical Supplies .............................................2145.15 MED-PASS INC, Department Supplies ...32.32 MEDTRONIC ERS, Department Supplies ......... .............................................................126.58 MERCY CLINICS, Service ..................2750.00 MERCY HEALTH NETWORK, INC, Service ..... .......................................................110068.83 MERCY MED CENTER-N IA, Service............... ...........................................................6358.31 MERCY MED CTR-N IA, Service ....239958.63 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER, Service ............... ...........................................................4621.05 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-, Service .............. .........................................................66806.85 MERGE HEALTHCARE, Department Supplies . ...........................................................3075.42 MEYER TRUCK & ALIGNMENT, Repairs ......... .............................................................355.00 MEYER, ROBIN, Department Supplies ...78.75 MHA INSURANCE COMPANY, Insurance Premiums ..............................................49128.00 MICROCLEAN, Department Supplies .....25.50 MID STATES PARKING LOT, Repairs...565.00 MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING, Department Supp/Advertising ................................6451.17

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, Utilities....59914.44 MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES, Repairs ........... ...........................................................1150.02 MIDWEST CRYOGENICS, INC., Service ......... .............................................................220.50 MILLER, ERRAN, Reimburse/Department Supplies......................................................315.27 MOMAR, Repairs ..................................545.58 MORTARA INSTRUMENT, INC, Department Supplies ...............................................389.50 MORTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S INC, Repairs ...........................200.00 MURPHY, ERIN R, Dues .......................785.14 N CENTRAL MECHANICAL SERV, Repairs ..... .............................................................599.27 NALCO COMPANY, Department Supplies ........ .............................................................187.00 NATIONAL ENERGY CONTROL, Repairs ........ .............................................................294.40 NATIONWIDE ANESTHESIA, Professional Fees ...................................................2208.50 NETWORK SERVICES COMPANY, Department/Medical Supplies .......................6508.79 NIACC, Education .................................970.00 NU*STAR INC, Repairs ...........................85.39 NURSE FINDERS, Professional Fees .............. .........................................................31612.13 OGDEN, LORI, Reimburse....................140.69 ON-SITE INFORMATION, Utilities ........217.84 PARK NICOLLET INSTITUTE, Department Supplies ...............................................174.72 PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF, Professional Fees ...................................................1850.00 PATTERSON MEDICAL, Department Supplies ...........................................................1694.12 PHILIPS HEALTHCARE, Department Supplies .............................................................293.46 PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC, Department/Medical Supplies ...............................................215.90 PITNEY BOWES INC, Service ..............468.00 PITNEY BOWES PURCHASE, Postage ........... ...........................................................2000.00 PORTER, LYNNE, Service ..................8144.72 POSITIVE PROMOTIONS, Department Supplies......................................................253.10 POSTMASTER (HAMP), Postage .........200.00 POSTMASTER (LATIMER), Postage ......46.00 POWERS, STEPHANIE, Reimburse .......65.54 PRECISION DYNAMICS CORP, Department Supplies ...............................................326.38 PRESS GANEY ASSOCIATES, Service ........... ...........................................................1453.00 PREZIO HEALTH, Repairs ....................270.00 PRICE, KIM, Reimburse ........................203.40 PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP, Service......... ...........................................................1500.00 PROFESSIONAL OFFICE, Department Supplies......................................................369.19 R C SYSTEMS, Department Supplies...714.48 RADIOLOGISTS OF NORTH IOWA, Service ... ...........................................................1700.00 REMBE, ANGELA, Reimburse ..............101.70 REMINDER PRINTING, Advertising........98.70 RESER, NANCY, Reimburse...................13.56 RESMED, Department Supplies..............75.00 REYNOLDS TINA, Reimburse ..............772.85 ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS, Department Supplies ...............................................................95.00 RODAMAKER, MEAGHAN, Ipers Refund......... .............................................................304.83 RUSTIC BREW, Department Supplies .............. ...........................................................1778.88 SANDERSFELD, JACKIE, Reimburse ....32.77 SANOFI PASTEUR INC, Drugs/Pharmeceuticals.....................................................2267.20 SCHOLASTIC INC, Department Supplies ......... .............................................................147.35 SCHROCK, ASHLEY, Reimburse............74.58 SCHWABE, PAULA, Ipers Refund ........292.64 SHAFRATH, KRIS TRANSCRIPT, Service ....... .........................................................10524.21 SHARED IMAGING, Service .............38700.00 SHARED MEDICAL SERVICES, Service.......... .........................................................10200.00 SHERIFF-FRANKLIN COUNTY, P/R (Employee Garnishment) ..................................503.40 SHOPKO, Repairs ...................................34.99

SHUPE, BRAD, Reimburse ...................345.78 SIEMENS BLDG TECHNOLOGIES, Repairs.... ...........................................................5804.00 SIEMENS HEALTHCARE, Department Supplies..................................................14046.85 SIGNATURE HEALTHCARE LLC, Professional Fees .................................................11778.60 SMILEMAKERS, Department Supplies .190.98 SOURCEONE HEALTHCARE, Department Supplies ...............................................248.67 STANDARD BEARINGS, Repairs .........194.87 STANLEY HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS, Department Supplies ................................135.80 STAPLES ADVANTAGE, Department/Medical Supplies .............................................6485.78 STEPHENS COMMUNICATION, Department Supp/Repairs .....................................5489.21 STERICYCLE INC, Utilities ...................430.03 STRELCHECK & ASSOCIATES, Service ......... ...........................................................9670.70 STRYKER SALES CORP, Department Supplies..................................................24806.40 SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY, Repairs ......... ...........................................................1280.40 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES, Department/Food Supplies ...........................................35892.06 TAPP, RUTH A., Reimburse ....................67.80 TENNANT SALES & SERVICE, Department Supplies ...............................................407.60 TJ PARTY RENTALS, LLC, Department Supplies....................................................1000.00 TORRES, NORA, Service .....................305.00 TREANOR, CARY, Reimburse ................13.56 TRI-ANIM HEALTH SERVICES, Department Supplies ...............................................627.26 TROWBRIDGE & ASSOCIATES, Department Supplies ...............................................130.00 UNITED BANK & TRUST CO., Deposit ............ ...........................................................6279.05 UNIVERSAL HOSPITAL SERV, Service ........... .........................................................55056.00 UPS, Service .........................................633.85 US CELLULAR, Utilities ........................184.75 US ENDOSCOPY, Department Supp/Repairs .. .............................................................324.88 US. FOODS, Department/Food Supplies .......... ...........................................................6275.31 VAXSERVE INC, Drugs/Pharmeceuticals ......... ...........................................................7601.74 VERIZON BUSINESS (DU), Utilities .....140.25 VERIZON BUSINESS (DU), Utilities .......69.50 VIET, DONNA, Reimburse.......................14.92 VISA, Dues/Utilities/Service/Dept Supp ............ ...........................................................5208.80 VITAL SIGNS INC, Department Supplies .......... .............................................................147.90 WAHLTEK, INC, Service ..................... 1117.47 WARD, LORI, Department Supplies ..........7.00 WBC MECHANICAL INC, Repairs ....11319.00 WEILAND, MADONNA, Reimburse ......203.40 WELLMARK BC/BS OF IOWA, P/R (Employee Withholding) ...................................176407.72 WEST-WARD PHARMACEUTICALS, Drugs/ Pharmeceuticals ..................................347.50 WHIPPLE, DELIA, P/R (Workmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Comp) ...... ...............................................................65.54 WIECK, TESS, Reimburse ......................76.69 WILSHIRE JEWELRY, Department Supplies .... ...............................................................13.60 WINDSTREAM, Utilities ........................746.58 WIX WATER WORKS, Department Supplies .... ...............................................................84.00 WZ DESIGN, Advertising.......................285.00 XYGENT, Service/Department Supp/Medical Supp...................................................4201.95 ZIMMER US INC, Department/Medical Supplies......................................................698.40 Patient Refunds, Patient Refund .......47099.10 727$/:$55$176 ....................1905281.59 727$/3$<52// .........................1267264.68 727$/ ...........................................3172546.27 ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 16, 2013. ___________________________________


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127,&(2)352%$7(2):,// 2)$332,170(172)(;(&87256$1' 127,&(72&5(',7256 352%$7(12(635 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF MARY SHCERMER, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of 0$5<6&+(50(5'HFHDVHGZKRGLHGRQRU DERXW6HSWHPEHU <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of 2FWREHU  WKH ODVW ZLOO DQG WHVWDPHQW RI MARY SCHERMER, deceased, bearing date of the 30thGD\RI$SULOZDVDGPLWWHGWRSURbate in the above named court and that Norma -HDQ0LOOHUDQG&DURO'HH&DUGZDVDSSRLQWHG executors of the estate. Any action to set aside WKH ZLOO PXVW EH EURXJKW LQ WKH GLVWULFW FRXUW RI VDLG FRXQW\ ZLWKLQ WKH ODWHU WR RFFXU RI IRXU 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 DQG GHYLVHHV XQGHU WKH ZLOO ZKRVH LGHQWLWLHV 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 SURYLGHG E\ ODZ GXO\ DXWKHQWLFDWHG IRU DOORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of WKLVQRWLFH XQOHVVRWKHUZLVHDOORZHGRUSDLG D claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 7th day of October, 2013. /s/Norma Jean Miller /s/ Carol Dee Card Executors of Estate 931 Ist St. NW +DPSWRQ,RZD 5DQG\'-RKDQVHQ,&,63,11R$77 Attorney for Executors -RKDQVHQ/DZ)LUP 1562 200th St. 6KHIÂżHOG,RZD Date of second publication 23rd day of October, 2013. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 16 and 23, 2013. ____________________________________

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127,&(2)352%$7(2):,// 2)$332,170(172)(;(&8725$1' 127,&(72&5(',7256 352%$7(12(635 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF SYLVESTER L. PEASE, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of SYL9(67(5/3($6('HFHDVHGZKRGLHGRQRU about the 26th day of August, 2013. <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of September, 2013, the Last Will and Testament of 6\OYHVWHU/3HDVH, deceased, bearing date RI-XO\ZDVDGPLWWHGWRSUREDWHLQWKH above named court and that 5RVHPDU\ $QQ .RHQLJVEHUJ ZDV DSSRLQWHG ([HFXWRU RI WKH estate. Any action to set aside the Will must be brought in the District Court of said County ZLWKLQIRXUPRQWKVIURPWKHGDWHRIWKHVHFRQG publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the GHFHGHQW DQG GHYLVHHV XQGHU WKH :LOO ZKRVH 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 SURYLGHG E\ ODZ GXO\ DXWKHQWLFDWHG IRU DOORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of WKLVQRWLFH XQOHVVRWKHUZLVHDOORZHGRUSDLG D claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 9th day of September, 2013. Rosemary Ann Koenigsberg 1510-A 155th Street Hampton, IA 50441 Executor of Estate

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PUBLIC NOTICE &LW\RI+DPSWRQ +$03721&,7<&281&,/ 5(*8/$56(66,210,187(6 7+856'$<2&72%(530 The Hampton City Council Regular Session ZDV FDOOHG WR RUGHU DW &LW\ &RXQFLO &KDPEHUV E\ 0D\RU 6KDZQ 'LHW] DW  SP  &RXQFLO PHPEHUV LQ DWWHQGDQFH ZHUH &UDLJ (FNKDUGW Steve Harms, James Davies, Richard Lukensmeyer, Dyanne Pralle and Valerie Haugebak. Mayor Dietz invited those present to join in the 3OHGJH RI $OOHJLDQFH WR WKH 86 Ă&#x20AC;DJ  0D\RU Dietz called for a motion to approve the agenda. Motion by Davies. Second by Harms. Motion approved unanimously. &RXQFLO :RUNVKRS 5HSRUW Mayor Dietz VKDUHG PLQXWHV RI WKH ZRUNVKRS KHOG 2FWREHU 7, 2013. 3XEOLF&RPPHQW Mayor Dietz invited those ZLVKLQJWRPDNHSXEOLFFRPPHQWWRDGGUHVVWKH Council. 0DGRQQD :HLODQG, 412 3rd Street SW, expressed concerns regarding the activities of their neighbor going outside in his underZHDU RQ KLV SURSHUW\  7KH 3ROLFH 'HSDUWPHQW KDVEHHQQRWLÂżHGE\WKHPRILQFLGHQWVUHJDUGLQJWKLVEHKDYLRUZKLFKWKH\ÂżQGRIIHQVLYH(Y elyn Goodell, 407 3rd Street SW, also a neighbor, claims to have also seen him outside naked frequently, but admitted she hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t reported this to police. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re frustrated that these activities continue, and hope the City can take action to resolve the problem. Weiland added that WKHUHÂśVDVWHQFKFRPLQJIURPWKHKRXVHZKLFK she feels should also be addressed. Chief Schaefer instructed them to report incidents to WKH3ROLFH'HSDUWPHQWULJKWDZD\VRWKHUHFDQ EHSURPSWIROORZXSDQGWKH3ROLFH'HSDUWPHQW ZLOO LQYHVWLJDWH QXLVDQFH LVVXHV UHJDUGLQJ WKH odor complaint. 2OG%XVLQHVVNone. 1HZ%XVLQHVV&LW\0DQDJHU'XQWUHYLHZHG the Wellmark Health Insurance policy proSRVHGIRUUHQHZDODWWKHHQGRIWKLV\HDU0Rtion by Pralle, seconded by Lukensmeyer, to approve the December 1, 2013, Wellmark reQHZDO0RWLRQDSSURYHGXQDQLPRXVO\ Mayor Dietz called for a motion to approve claims. Motion by Harms to DSSURYHFODLPV, DV VXEPLWWHG E\ 6WDII WRWDOLQJ 

Seconded by Haugebak. Motion approved unanimously. Mayor Dietz called on City Manager Dunt for comment and the reading of 5HVROXWLRQ  Âł5HVROXWLRQ SURSRVLQJ GLVSRVDO RI DQ LQWHUHVWLQUHDOSURSHUW\E\JLIWFXUUHQWVLWH RI*$50HPRULDO+DOODQG1RWLFHRI3XE OLF+HDULQJ´ Dunt explained that the County has taken the responsibility of maintaining the JURXQGV IRU VHYHUDO \HDUV DQG LV ZLOOLQJ WR DFcept the gift from the City of Hampton. Motion by Lukensmeyer, seconded by Davies, to approve and adopt Resolution 2013-20, setting public Hearing for Thursday, October 24, 2013, DW  SP LQ WKH &LW\ &RXQFLO &KDPEHUV 5ROOFDOOYRWH$\HVÂą(FNKDUGW+DUPV'DYLHV /XNHQVPH\HU 3UDOOH DQG +DXJHEDN  1D\V Âą None. Motion approved, and Resolution 201320 adopted. Motion by Pralle to approve the Consent $JHQGD, including previous minutes as drafted from publication from the September 23, 2013, Regular Session, scheduling the next Regular Session for Thursday, October 24, 2013, at  SP DW &LW\ &RXQFLO &KDPEHUV DQG UHQHZDO RI OLTXRULQJ OLFHQVLQJ IRU &DVH\ÂśV *HQeral Store #1605, 719 4th Street NE, Hampton, ,RZD6HFRQGE\+DXJHEDN0RWLRQDSSURYHG unanimously. 6WDII5HSRUWV given by &KLHI%RE6FKDHIHU, Police Dept.; 'RXJ7DUU, Public Works Director; and Ron Dunt, City Manager. Council Reports given by Davies, Lukensmeyer, Pralle and Eckhardt. 0D\RUÂśV 5HSRUW given by 0D\RU'LHW], announcing Hamptonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 7ULFNRU7UHDWLQJZLOOEHRQ7KXUVGD\2FWREHU VW IURP  SP UHTXHVWLQJ VDQLWDtion companies be alerted to this schedule by City staff. 0RWLRQWRDGMRXUQE\'DYLHVDWSP6HFond by Haugebak. Motion approved unanimously. $GMRXUQPHQWSP $WWHVW Ron Dunt, City Manager 0D\RU6KDZQ'LHW] &LW\RI+DPSWRQ Financial Report

&ODLPVIRU$SSURYDO *(1(5$/)81' AAT (U.S.) Inc, Supply/Chemical ...... Ahlers & Cooney PC, Atty Fees........ $UURZ(QHUJ\,QF$LUSRUW)XHO.......... Auto Parts Inc, Repair/Maint................ Blau, Carrie, Shelter Refund................ Butch Gruelke Auto Body, Veh Maint..... Caseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s General Stores, Fuel........... &HQWUDO,RZD'LVWULEXWLQJ6XSSO\&KHPLFDO ...... ........................................................... Centurylink, Phone ........................... &URVV/DZ)LUP$WW\)HHV .................. 'XQW5RQDOG9HK$OORZ3KRQH........... Ed Roehr Safety Products, Opeating Supply .... ........................................................... Electronic Engineering, Phone/Repair............... ........................................................... Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 ........................................ Fairchild Communications, Equip Maint ............ ........................................................... )RXU6HDVRQV6HUYLFHV0RZLQJ6HUYLFHV ........ ............................................................. Franklin Co Abstract Co, Misc Contract............. ........................................................... Franklin Co Extension, Training............. Freese, Alida, Shelter Refund.............. Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce, Hotel/ Motel Tax ............................................ +DPSWRQ+DUGZDUH6XSSO\7RROV0DLQW ........... ........................................................... Hampton Sr Citizen Ctr, Fiscal Funding ............ ........................................................ Hampton Vet Center, Misc Contract .... +H\GH0LOWRQ0RZLQJ6HUYLFHV ........... +RZLH(TXLS,QF(TXLS5HSDLU .............. Kum & Go, Fuel ................................... /D5XH7RGG0RZLQJ6HUYLFHV ............. Mainstay Systems Inc, Prof Fees ........ 0DUVKDOO 6ZLIW,QF%OGJ0DLQW ............ Matt Parrott & Sons Co, Operating Supply ........ ........................................................... Mid-America Publishing Co, Adv/Printing .......... ........................................................... MidAmeican Energy Co, Utilities ...... 0LGZHVW7HQQLV 7UDFN&R(TXLS5HSDLU ........ ...........................................................

Napa Auto Parts, Supply/Maint.............. 2IÂżFH'HSRW6XSSO\&DSWO(TXLS ........ RCSI, Utilities ........................................ Redneck Inc, Supply/Maint .................... Reminder Printing Co, The, Misc Contract ........ ............................................................. Schaefer, Robert, Phone ....................... Schuler, Judith, Shelter Refund ........... 6SULQJHU-ROHQH0RZLQJ6HUYLFHV ..... Tarr, Douglas, Phone ............................. Uribe, Isaias, Interpreter ........................ Wilkinson, Kent, Veh Repair .................. 727$/*(1(5$/ ........................$54,063.58 *(1(5$//267322/ Auto Parts Inc, Repair/Maint.................. Centurylink, Phone ............................. 

Dollar General Corp, Bldg Maint............ Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 .......................................................... Franklin Co Environmental, Prof Fees............... ........................................................... IA Dept of Revenue, Sales Tax .............. MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities ..... 727$/*(1(5$//267322/ ..$2,399.37 52$'86( Aramark Uniform Services, Operating Supply ... ........................................................... Auto Parts Inc, Repair/Maint.................. Caseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s General Stores, Fuel.............. Centurylink, Phone ................................ Consolidated Energy, Fuel .................. Electrical Engineering, Str Maint Supply ........... ........................................................ Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 .......................................... Franklin Co Extension, Training........... Franklin Co Lumber, Str Maint Supply ... Giddings Electric, Str Lt Supply ........... Grefe, Randy, Phone ............................. +DPSWRQ+DUGZDUH6XSSO\7RROV0DLQW ........... ............................................................... MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities ..... Napa Auto Parts, Supply/Maint................ 727$/52$'86( .......................$15,047.06 (03/2<((%(1(),76 EMC Natl Life Co, Life Ins ................... Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 ..........................................

Hilton, James, TRB Reimbursement ................. ........................................................ 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ........................................................... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ........................................................... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ........................................................... 727$/(03/2<((%(1(),76 .....$8,191.07 TIF FCDA, Fiscal Funding .................... Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce, Fiscal Funding ........................................... 727$/&$3,7$/352-::73 .................... ......................................................$28,500.00 0(7(5'(326,76 Chaney, Marci, Meter Deposit Refund. Hampton, City of, Meter Deposit Applied........... ........................................................... Honeck, Robyn, Meter Deposit Refund ............. ...........................................................  Miller, Scott, Meter Deposit Refund .....  727$/0(7(5'(326,76 ...............$975.00 &(0(7(5<75867 Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 ............................................. :$7(5 Auto Parts Inc, Repair/Maint.................. Automatic Systems Co, Equip Repair/Maint...... ........................................................ Caseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s General Stores, Fuel.............. &HQWUDO,RZD'LVWULEXWLQJ6XSSO\&KHPLFDOV..... ........................................................... Centurylink, Phone ................................ Dillon, Patrick, Phone ............................ EMC Natl Life Co, Life Ins ..................... Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 ........................................ Franklin Co Lumber, Operating Supply ............. ........................................................... Hach Co, Supply/Chemicals ................ Hamm, Terry, Phone .............................. +DPSWRQ+DUGZDUH6XSSO\7RROV0DLQW ........... ........................................................... Hampton Postmaster, Postage ............ Heartland Asphalt Inc, Operating Supply........... ........................................................... IA Dept of Revenue, Sales Tax .........

,RZD'15:DWHU6XSSO\3URI)HHV .... MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities ..... Municipal Supply Inc, Operating Supply ............ ........................................................... Murphy, Michael, Credit on Closed Account ...... ............................................................. RCSI, Utilities ........................................ 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ........................................................... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ... Vessco Inc, Equip Repair ................ Westrum Leak Detection, Misc Contract ........... ........................................................ 727$/:$7(5 .............................$25,986.19 6(:(5 &HQWUDO,RZD'LVWULEXWLQJ6XSSO\&KHPLFDOV..... ........................................................... Centurylink, Phone ................................ EMC Natl Life Co, Life Ins ..................... Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 .......................................... ERA, Lab Testing ................................. )DUHZD\6WRUHV,QF/DE7HVWLQJ ........... Hach Co, Supply/Chemicals ................ +DPSWRQ+DUGZDUH6XSSO\7RROV0DLQW ........... ........................................................... Hampton Postmaster, Postage .............. IA Dept of Revenue, Sales Tax ............ MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities ..... Millerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Alignment, Veh Repair ............... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ........................................................... 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ... USA Bluebook, Operating Supply........ 727$/6(:(5.............................$12,060.55 62/,':$67( D&L Sanitation Inc, Contract Fees ...... Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 09/16/13 09/29/13 ............................................. Waste Management, Contract Fees .... 727$/62/,':$67( ...................$1,024.99 727$/&/$,06 ...........................$148,880.14 ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on October 16, 2013. ___________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE +DPSWRQ'XPRQW%RDUGRI(GXFDWLRQ 0LQXWHVRIWKH+DPSWRQ'XPRQW%RDUGRI (GXFDWLRQÂą$XJXVW The Hampton-Dumont Board of Education met LQUHJXODUVHVVLRQRQ$XJXVWDW 30ZLWK5RQ5DQH\6WDF\0LOOHU&KDG+DQson, Erran Miller, Kristi Wragge,Tom Brolsma and Jennifer Hansen Board Members. Todd /HWWRZ 6XSHULQWHQGHQW DQG/LVD /HZLV %RDUG Secretary. *XHVWVZHUHZHOFRPHGDQGDUHRQÂżOHIRUUHIerence. Motion by Erran Miller, second by Tom Brolsma, to approve the agenda. All ayes. Motion by Chad Hanson, second by Stacy MillHU WR DSSURYH WKH FRQVHQW DJHQGD DORQJ ZLWK payment of all bills. All ayes. 0U /HWWRZ ZHQW RYHU SHUVRQQHO LVVXHV DQG FKDQJHVZLWKWKH%RDUG Sarah DeBour, Hampton-Dumont/CAL FFA Instructor, presented to the Board ANFR Curriculum for Agriculture Science Education (CASE). 7KH'LUHFWRUVDQG$GPLQLVWUDWRUVZHUHSUHVHQW to give their educational reports to the Board of Education. Motion by Stacy Miller, second by Kristi Wragge to approve the list of mentor teachers as presented. All ayes. Motion by Jen Hansen, second by Erran Miller WR DSSURYH FRQWUDFW VHUYLFH DJUHHPHQW ZLWK (OOVZRUWK&RPPXQLW\&ROOHJH$OOD\HV Motion by Erran Miller, second by Tom BrolsPDWRDSSURYHDFRQWUDFWZLWK(VWHV&RQVWUXFtion for facility improvement options. All ayes. Motion by Erran Miller, second by Stacy Miller to approve payment of an additional A/P to be processed after the August board meeting for payment. All ayes. Motion by Tom Brolsma, second by Stacy Miller to approve the transfers of funds in the Activity Fund to zero out the negative account balances at year end. All ayes. Motion by Jen Hansen, second by Chad Hanson to approve the transfer of funds from the General Fund to Activity Fund to clear out the negative balance in the Year Book Fund. All

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Hampton-Dumont High School

Hampton, Iowa

Issue 6, October 16, 20130 2013

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+'+686(6+20(&20,1*:((.$6$&+$1&(72*,9(%$&. %\7\OHU/RJJLQVDQG1LNNL'RQQHQZHUWK Between coronation, crazy dress-up days, and the parade, students and staff at the high school found time to give back. On the Friday of homecoming, students travelled with their advisors and their advisory groups to different places searching for services that needed to be done in the community. Stephanie Carstens, a junior at H-D, visited the nursing home in Dumont to spend time with the residents there. She felt good about her time there because she got to meet some really interesting people. Sophomore Derek Juhl delivered cookies to local businesses. He says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was pretty fun.â&#x20AC;? During service learning,

the senior football players, Spike, and the cheerleaders visited the elementary schools and threw peprallies for students there. Senior football player Eduardo Flores said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was cool getting all of the little kids pumped up for the homecoming game.â&#x20AC;? Advisories took on various projects including Harriman Park to clean up their facilities, ABCM nursing home, picking up toiletpaper around town, helping the City of Dumont, helping the maintenance crew at H-D, apple-picking and making donations to the food pantry, helping with the new tree projects, and also helping to maintain the property at Harriman-Nielsen Farm. The day was organized by Ms. Millard who made contact with most business owners

DQGFLW\RIĂ&#x20AC;FLDOV$V\RX might imagine, it was a huge under-taking. She feels like the experience was worth her time, however. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Service Learning is important because it allows the students to discover what it means to do things for others without expecting anything in return,â&#x20AC;? she explains. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I see the students taking pride in their communities because

they have more of a connection to them.â&#x20AC;? Ms. Millard adds, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is also important to teach the students that our communities support and give so generously to our school disctrict and students. Giving back to these communities during our service learning time

is just a small way that we can say thank you.â&#x20AC;? While participation in servicelearning day has become a requirement at H-D, students usually Ă&#x20AC;QGWKHPVHOYHV truly invested in the projects and Ă&#x20AC;QGWKDWJLYLQJ back is a pretty neat thing to do. H-D is grateful to the businesses and residents who opened their doors to Hampton-Dumont students and allowed us to be a part of their families for a day.

7RSOHIW$QGUHD+HUQDQGH]ZRUNVLQWKHĂ&#x20AC;HOGRI+DUULPDQ1LHOVHQ)DUP%RWWRP/HIW Andrea Berding, Trevor Eiklenborg, and Isaiah Noelck wash WKHDPEXODQFHIRUWKH'XPRQW)LUH'HSDUWPHQW7RS(OLDV*LEVRQ3DUNHU&OD\SRRODQG&KDFH.OHLQSOD\FDUGVZLWKDUHVLGHQWDW$%&0%RWWRP 'DNRWD7RUJHUVRQSOD\VDJDPHZLWKUHVLGHQWV7RSULJKWDerek Matteson, Makayla Montes, Breanna Martin, Alex Gonzalez, Nic Vetter, and Ethan 6SXUJHRQSRVHSURXGO\ZLWKWKHDSSOHVWKH\SLFNHGDW+DPSWRQUHVLGHQWV¡KRPHV%RWWRPULJKWThe group who helped out at Harriman-Nielsen farm poses for a picture.

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29(5*$7+(5726833257+'$7+/(7,&6 By Tyler Loggins and Nikki Donnenwerth It was a soggy morning for the second annual Bulldog Classic golf tornament, EHQHĂ&#x20AC;WLQJ+'DWKOHWLFVRQ September 23 2013. Each coach in the district was asked to put together a 4-man team for this golf event. Unfortunately for the participants, it rained all that day so the athletes could only golf 9 holes instead of the 18 holes that were originally planned. Even though the golfers were putted out of their game because of the weather, each person was able to complete nine holes and was given a good warm meal. Prizes were also awarded to the winning teams of both the morning and afternoon

sessions. Golfers with the longest put and longest drive also received recognition. This is the second year that the golf outing has taken place, in an effort to raise money for Hampton-Dumont athletics. Community members, teachers, coaches, and H-D administration, took part in the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities, along with a few ringers. The winners of the morning session were Emily Borcherding, Dennis Borcherding, Brad Hicks, and Eric Christiansen. Runners up was the team of Chad Hansen, Todd Lettow, Stacy Miller and Tom Brolsma. The winning team from the afternnoon session was Jay Hickman, Jace Hick-

man, Trevor Eiklenborg & Parker Claypool (the team put together by Hickman Chiropractic). Runners up were Chad Collins, Dawn Collins, Chase Collins & Mitch LetWRZDWHDPSXWWRJHWKHUE\ Koenen & Collins Chiropractic Clinic. Golfers had to break out the rain gear in the middle of the front nine during the morning session. The rain continued for most of the day with golfers making the best of very brief breaks in the clouds. Thirty-two teams took part in the event, making it another successful endeavor for H-D Athletics. Event organizer, Jane Hoegh, worked hard again

this year to provide an exciting day of golf and delicious meal. Special thanks go to her and the Hampton Country Club for their hard work and support. H-D coaches and athletes would like to thank everyone who made the event possible, and everyone who participated. A good time was had by all.

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HAMPTON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A tough pool to dive into. :HVW)RUN¡VGUDZLQWKH+DPSWRQ Dumont volleyball tournament was GLIĂ&#x20AC;FXOW LQGHHG DV WKH :DUKDZNV went 0-3 in Pool C held at the H-D Middle School on Saturday. %XW FRDFK $EELH *DSSD¡V VTXDG salvaged its consolation match with a 2-0 win over host HamptonDumont, which went 0-4 on the day. The Warhawks dropped 2-0 matches against Independence, Iowa Falls-Alden and Denver before their 21-14, 21-11 win over the Bulldogs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We knew coming in there was going to be some tough teams and I think both Iowa Falls and Independence are top-ranked teams in 3A â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in the top 10, I know, for sure,â&#x20AC;? Gappa said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And, Denver is a really good-coached team. They are really solid â&#x20AC;&#x201C; they came back and won against Iowa Falls, which only shows how good they can be, too, so all-in-all we played pretty decent. ´:H VWLOO KDYHQ¡W KLW RXU SHDN

LAKE MILLS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; North Butler may have swept the individual titles at Lake Mills, but Hampton'XPRQW¡V FURVV FRXQWU\ JLUOV NHSW the Bearcats from a team sweep on Tuesday, Oct. 8. With Caleb Wedeking and Isabel Derdzinski taking the boys and girls individual wins, respectively, H-D got a runner-up and third SODFH Ă&#x20AC;QLVK IURP -RUGDQ 3UDQWQHU DQG-HVVLFD6SHDNHDVWKH%XOOGRJV scored 30 points to get past North Butler with 39. Wedeking clocked in at 17 minutes, 13 seconds for his win ZKLOH'HUG]LQVNLĂ&#x20AC;QLVKHGDW Prantner came across the line EHKLQG 'HUG]LQVNL LQ  ZKLOH 6SHDNHFDPHLQDW Three H-D girls runners had season bests â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Crystal Peterson, Katie Peterson and Elvira Cavazos. -HURG%DOOKDJHQĂ&#x20AC;QLVKHGĂ&#x20AC;IWKIRU WKH1RUWK%XWOHUER\VLQ The Bulldogs were third in the boys team race with 64 points with Mitch Lettow setting a personal best and Sam Wragge with a season best.

ZKLFK ,¡P ZDLWLQJ IRU +RSHIXOO\ someday soon we can manage that.â&#x20AC;? Despite getting early leads in each set of pool play, West Fork made some hitting errors or net serves that allowed its opponent back into and eventually take the lead. Lindsey Peterson, who earlier reached the 1,000-mark in both kills and digs after previously already getting to that point in set assists, Ă&#x20AC;QLVKHGWKHWRXUQDPHQWZLWKDWRWDO of 56 kills and 41 digs on the day. 6KHVDLGVKHGLGQ¡WNQRZVKHZDV close to the milestones. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was really exciting because , GLGQ¡W HYHQ NQRZ WKDW XQWLO DIWHU the game â&#x20AC;&#x201C; my dad told me,â&#x20AC;? Peterson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a really good DFFRPSOLVKPHQWWKDW,IHOW,KDG,¡G already passed 1,000 set assists, and ,GLGQ¡WNQRZWKDWEXWLW¡VUHDOO\JUHDW to have that accomplished and keep pushing to get as many as I can.â&#x20AC;? Gappa said getting to that point in a career is a huge accomplishment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I thought that was pretty

absolutely incredible,â&#x20AC;? Gappa said. ´<RX NQRZ \RX GRQ¡W KHDU WKDW many people get a chance to do that. You hear of the 1,000 points in basketball and stuff like that, but to have a 1,000 kills...I mean, there are half the games. There are more kills you can put down, but there are half the games in volleyball than there is basketball season. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are not that many people who can say they can do it all and she really is a really great all-around athlete. She plays every position the best. I was very proud of her and I thought that she is very deserving.â&#x20AC;? And, playing in this tournament will only make the Warhawks stronger when it comes to regional tournaments next week. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think having tough competition is good for us because we can know what our strong parts and our weak parts,â&#x20AC;? Peterson said. ´,W¡VMXVWOLNHUHDOO\JRRGWHDPVWKDW 72851(<See Page 17

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UNBEATEN WOLVERINES ROLL OVER CADETS EN ROUTE TO EASY VICTORY By Nick Pedley The fourth-ranked West Bend-Mallard football team lived up to the hype Friday night in Latimer, handing their hosts an 82-6 defeat in eight-man action. The loss was the CALâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worst of the season. WB-M averaged just 2.6 SOD\V SHU VFRULQJ GULYH LQ WKH ÂżUVW KDOI DQG MXPSHG RXW WR D  ÂżUVW quarter lead. The Wolverines added two punt return touchdowns and scored on a blocked punt to build their lead and put CAL away early. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We made them earn some things, but then we gave up the big play. Just like all yearâ&#x20AC;Ś and that really hurt us,â&#x20AC;? said CAL head football coach Scott Striegel. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At times defensively, we ran to the football and did some very good things, then other times, like I said, we gave up that big play. In 8-man football, any play over 30 yards is tough to do.â&#x20AC;? CAL totaled just 129 yards of total offense. The Cadetsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; lone score came in the second quarter on a

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Oct. 20th, 2:20 pm ET Talladega Superspeedway

2013 Standings 2013 Chase for the Cup

2013 Nationwide Series Driver 1) Austin Dillon 2) Sam Hornish Jr. 3) Regan Smith 4) Justin Allgaier 5) Elliott Sadler 6) Trevor Bayne 7) Brian Scott 8) Brian Vickers 9) Kyle Larson 10) Parker Kligerman

1) Matt Kenseth Points: 2225 Wins: 7 Top 5: 9 Top 10: 17

2) Jimmie Johnson Points: 2221 Wins: 5 Top 5: 13 Top 10: 20

3) Kevin Harvick Points: 2196 Wins: 3 Top 5: 8 Top 10: 17

4) Jeff Gordon Points: 2189 Wins: 0 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 16 Points: 2188 Wins: 4 Top 5: 15 Top 10: 19

The Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway will be run in April next year after nearly a decade of racing on Motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day weekend. Track president Chip Wile said the Sprint Cup event would be held Saturday, April 12. The Nationwide race will be run Friday, April 11. Both races are run under Darlingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lights. Wile said Kansas Speedway would take over Motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day weekend and that the rest of NASCARâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s schedule would come out Tuesday.

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Location: Talladega, Ala. Shape: Tri-Oval Distance: 2.66 miles Turns / Front / Back: 33Âş / 16.5Âş / 2Âş Qualifying Record: Bill Elliott 212.809 - 1987 Race Record: Mark Martin 188.354 - 1997

Points: 2167 Wins: 1 Top 5: 4 Top 10: 12

7) Kurt Busch Points: 2166 Wins: 0 Top 5: 10 Top 10: 15

8) Clint Bowyer Points: 2162 Wins: 0 Top 5: 8 Top 10: 15

Talladega Superspeedway is one of the best known motorsports facilities in the world with over forty years of racing tradition. Records for both speed and competition have been established at Talladega. The backstretch is nearly 4,000 feet long with a total frontstretch of 4,300 feet, making it the largest oval track on the NASCAR circuit and allowing stock cars to reach speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour. The trackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s true dominator had been Dale Earnhardt, who posted 10 NASCAR Cup wins. The speedway can accommodate more than 143,000 fans and has a 212-acre inďŹ eld. The race will be aired on ESPN.

9) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Points: 2159 Wins: 0 Top 5: 6 Top 10: 17

10) Carl Edwards Points: 2158 Wins: 2 Top 5: 9 Top 10: 16

11) Joey Logano Points: 2150 Wins: 1 Top 5: 10 Top 10: 16

12) Ryan Newman Points: 2147 Wins: 1 Top 5: 6 Top 10: 15

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The ďŹ rst race at Talladega was abondoned by all the original drivers because of tire problems. Who won the race? a) Richard Brickhouse c) Donnie Allison b) Pete Hamilton d) Bobby Allison

Answer : a) Bill France had to hire replacement drivers and Richard Brickhouse won the race.

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13) Kasey Kahne Points: 2144 Wins: 2 Top 5: 9 Top 10: 12

Last Weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Race: Brad Keselowski Earns First Win of the Season Driver Start Finish Points/Bonus Brad Keselowski proved once again Saturday night that Brad Keselowski 23 1 47 quality and timing trump quantity. Keselowski led only 11 laps in Saturday nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Kasey Kahne 5 2 44 Motor Speedway. Kasey Kahne had led 138 laps and ďŹ veMatt Kenseth 20 3 42 time champion Jimmie Johnson led 130. Keselowski was Jimmie Johnson 4 4 41 able to overcome a loose wheel and a jack that spent a lap Kyle Busch 9 5 40 under the side of his car, to win the ďŹ fth race in the Chase. A Kevin Harvick 2 6 38 late caution squelched Johnsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s march toward the series Jeff Gordon 1 7 38 lead. Keselowski, the reigning series champion, won for the Ryan Newman 7 8 37 ďŹ rst time this season, the ďŹ rst time at Charlotte and the 10th Year Denny Hamlin 18 9 35 time in his career. With his third-place run, Kenseth added 2013 Carl Edwards 15 10 35 only one point to his Chase Cup lead.

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long drive that began at their own 33-yard line. Two-straight fumbled snaps hampered the drive early, but a pass interference call on WB-M kept CAL alive on a third and long. Senior running back Taylor Rapp then found pay dirt on a 28-yard run to make it 48-6. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I thought our seniors did a good job of stepping up tonight,â&#x20AC;? observed Striegel. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Offensively, we put six points up on the board against a very, very good defensive football team. Not too many teams have put points up against these guys, so we feel real positive about that.â&#x20AC;? Cadet quarterback Kainan %UDXQ IRXQG LW GLIÂżFXOW WR JHW D handle on the ball throughout much of the second quarter. Numerous exchanges between he and center Hunter Schleisman wound up on

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By Kristi Nixon HAMPTON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Another night in the North Central Conference, another ranked team the Hampton-Dumont volleyball team must face. This time, the No. 9 (Class 4A) Webster City Lynx rolled in with a 2514, 25-9, 25-13 conference match win against the Bulldogs on Thursday, Oct. 10 to spoil their Senior Night. ´:HGHĂ&#x20AC;QLWHO\KDYHRXUFRQIHUHQFHDVDKDUGRQHWRJHWWKURXJKZKHQ I think four of them are ranked,â&#x20AC;? H-D coach Cinda Barz said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had to play three of them at home; the girls are staying with the ball, playing quick, ZLWKZKDWZH¡YHSUDFWLFHGGRLQJ²WKH\DUHGRLQJDJRRGMREZHMXVWFDQ¡W answer back to the size and specialties that they bring to us.â&#x20AC;? The Lynx (21-5) put down 35 kills out of 68 attempts â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a tremendous kill HIĂ&#x20AC;FLHQF\RI,WPDGHLWGLIĂ&#x20AC;FXOWIRUWKH%XOOGRJVWRKDQGOH Kaylee Schnathorst led the attack with 11 kills, followed by eight for Morgan Gourley. Six different hitters for the Lynx had at least two kills in the match. How do you prepare for that? â&#x20AC;&#x153;We practice as hard as we can and we try to stay with them the best we can,â&#x20AC;? H-D setter Morgan Kalkwarf said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Even though we know they are a going to be a tough team to beat. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They were really good, so I felt like we kept up with them. I mean, we could have worked harder, and we will, but we did the best we could do.â&#x20AC;? +'/266See Page 17

/DNH0LOOV*LUOV7HDP Scoring 1. Hampton-Dumont 30; 2. North Butler 39; 3. Rockford 52. Top 5 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1. Isabel Derdzinski (NB) 17:19; 2. Jordan Prantner (H-D) 17:42; 3. Jessica Speake (H-D) 17:59; 4. Amy Fullerton (Rock) 18:01; 5. Maddie Nelson (LM) 18:05. +DPSWRQ'XPRQW  â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2. Prantner 17:42; 3. Speake 18:13; 7. Lindy Lehmann 18:49; 9. Illiana Bartsch 18:57; 17. Crystal Peterson 20:31; 21. Katie Peterson 20:48; 26. Elvira Cavazos 22:26. /DNH0LOOV%R\V7HDP Scoring 1. North Butler 33; 2. Forest City 49; 3. Hampton-Dumont 64; 4. Lake Mills 99; 5. Rockford 123. Top 5 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1. Caleb Wedeking 17:13; 2. Chad Ullmann (FC) 17:29; 3. Scott Aamodt (LM) 17:33; 4. Krister Beal (LM) 18:14; 5. Jerod Ballhagen (NB) 18:29. +DPSWRQ'XPRQW  â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11. Jacob Grefe 20:01; 12. Grant Lehmann 20:03; 15. Will Alert 20:19; 16. Chase Skarpness 20:46; 18. Spencer Clark 20:51; 20. Jacob Jungck 20:59; 24. Brandon Holness 21:23; 25. Edgar Romo 21:29; 31. Mitch Lettow 22:02; 32. Justin Kent 22:09; 44. Alex Gonzalez 23:09; 48. Allen Teggatz 23:35; 49. Sam Wragge 23:38; 53. Reece Shirk 24:01; 54. Greg Cavazos 24:11.

)RXUWK ranked AGWSR unbeaten ACKLEY â&#x20AC;&#x201D; AGWSR clinched LWV Ă&#x20AC;UVW SOD\RII EHUWK VLQFH  Friday with a 23-13 victory over Belmond-Klemme. A balanced attack was the key for AGWSR as three running backs topped 70 yards and quarterback %UDQGRQ -RKQVRQ WKUHZ IRU D SDLU of touchdowns. -RKQVRQ ZKR PDGH KLV VHFRQG VWDUW LQ SODFH RI LQMXUHG &RUH\ Williams, completed 4-of-6 passes for 42 yards including touchdown strikes of 22 yards to Austin Heitland and 15 yards to Clay Meinders. B-K took the lead with a 90\DUG UXQ PLGZD\ WKURXJK WKH Ă&#x20AC;UVW quarter and held it until the twominute mark of the second quarter DV-RKQVRQDQG+HLWODQGFRQQHFWHG and Heitland kicked the extra point. $*:65WRRNLWVĂ&#x20AC;UVWOHDGRIWKH game four minutes into the second half on a 12-yard Levi Stockdale scoring run and stretched the lead to 23-7 with a safety and 15-yard pass IURP-RKQVRQWR0HLQGHUV Meinders led the Cougar rushing attack with 74 yards while Levi Stockdale ran for 73 yards and a touchdown and Clay Bohner added 71 yards. Meinders also led the team with eight tackles, four of which went for a loss. The Cougars, who boast the best record in the state (8-0 overall, 5-0 in Class A, District 2), play their Ă&#x20AC;QDO UHJXODUVHDVRQ URDG JDPH DW Lake Mills Friday before wrapping up the regular season at home against Prairie Valley in a game that likely will determine the district champion.


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Breaking the streak &$/YROOH\EDOOWRSV&ODUNVYLOOHIRUÂżUVWWLPHVLQFH By Kristi Nixon CLARKSVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ask CAL VHQLRU PLGGOH KLWWHU -HQQD -RKQVRQ the last time her Cadets beat Clarksville in volleyball and she could not recall it. ´,FDQ¡WHYHQUHPHPEHUÂľ-RKQVRQ VDLG ´,¡P WU\LQJ WR WKLQN ² , GRQ¡W think so.â&#x20AC;? ,W FRXOG EH EHFDXVH -RKQVRQ ZDVQ¡WLQKLJKVFKRRO\HW Doing something the Cadets KDYHQ¡W VLQFH 6HSW   &$/ played the best it has all season for a 3-0 sweep of the Indians to spoil WKHLUSDUHQW¡VQLJKWRQ7XHVGD\2FW 8, 25-17, 25-20, 25-15. ´:H GLGQ¡W SOD\ DW RXU WRS OHYHO (against CWL) last night,â&#x20AC;? CAL FRDFK$PDQGD5DSSVDLG´%XW,¡P happy with the way they came out and played hard, they were talking all of the time. This is the best WKH\¡YH SOD\HG IURP RQH VHW WR WKH next.â&#x20AC;? Rarely did the Cadets allow Clarksville an advantage. In fact, the only time the Indians grabbed the lead was at 6-5 in the third set when

CAL had two straight hitting errors. But the hitting errors for coach 5DSS¡V WHDP ZHUH IHZ DQG IDU between as it was the best team performance of the season for the Cadets. ´, IHHO WKLV LV WKH EHVW ZH¡YH played as a team all season long,â&#x20AC;? senior outside hitter Karter Miller said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Especially coming in against DWHDPWKDWLVMXVWOLNHXVDQGFRPLQJ out on top and knowing we can push ourselves to do better.â&#x20AC;? ,Q WKDW Ă&#x20AC;QDO VHW &$/ WRRN WKH lead for good on an ace serve by Miller, extending the lead on a kill by Sidney Turner off of the Clarksville block and an Indian hitting error, forcing Clarksville coach Heather Peterson to call timeout. But after that break, things GLGQ¡WJHWEHWWHUIRU&ODUNVYLOOHDVLW committed four consecutive hitting miscues followed by a Dianna Porzio kill, making Peterson call another timeout at 14-7. ´:HZHUHMXVWĂ DWÂľ3HWHUVRQVDLG ´:H FRXOGQ¡W JHW DQ\ KLWV RII ZH were hesitant, two steps behind the

EDOO DQG ZHUHQ¡W PRYLQJ RXU IHHW ² little errors like that.â&#x20AC;? Out of that break, Tayler Maiers, ZKRZDVMXVWUHWXUQLQJIURPLQMXU\ put down a kill, but two straight kills by Porzio and a rotation violation by the Indians only extended the CAL lead. One thing that showed was the &DGHWV¡KXVWOHQRWOHWWLQJDEDOOGURS on something that would have even earlier in the season. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were told to push every time, HYHU\ SRLQWÂľ -RKQVRQ VDLG ´(YHU\ SRLQWLVLPSRUWDQWDQGWKDW¡VZKDWZH thought.â&#x20AC;? Rapp added, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the difference even from the beginning of the year is that we have learned to keep ourselves up mentally and MXVW WDONLQJ DQG FRPPXQLFDWLQJ IRU VXFFHVVDOODURXQG,W¡VDSHUFHQW turn-around from the beginning of the year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; their mental ability to stay in the game, even come back from ELJGHĂ&#x20AC;FLWVÂľ 7KLQJV GLGQ¡W JHW EHWWHU IRU Clarksville as it got Maiers back, but lost McKenna Lebeck to the same

LQMXU\ â&#x20AC;&#x153;McKenna actually went down ZLWKWKHVDPHLQMXU\WKDW7D\OHUGLG only worse,â&#x20AC;? Peterson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Her foot was all black and blue and so she is pretty much done for the rest of the VHDVRQ:LWKLWEHLQJSDUHQW¡VQLJKW we wanted to put all the seniors in there together.â&#x20AC;? Clarksville made a small run at CAL with kills by Hannah Faust, Hannah Thompson and Maddie 3RSSH EXW LQ WKH Ă&#x20AC;QDO Ă&#x20AC;YH SRLQWV the Cadets had tips from Stephanie Thielen, Miller and a couple of Indian hitting errors to end it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our mindset was intensity and working together as a team,â&#x20AC;? Miller said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;because we found out when HYHU\RQHLVXSZHDOOMXVWSOD\DOO around good together.â&#x20AC;? 7KLV LV D FRQĂ&#x20AC;GHQFH ERRVW IRU CAL, which will kick off Class 1A regional play at Rockford on Monday, Oct. 22. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It brings us up to the harder, WRXJKHU JDPHV ZH¡OO SOD\ ODWHU RQÂľ -RKQVRQVDLG &$/ V6LGQH\7XUQHU  JRHVXSIRUDNLOODJDLQVW&ODUNVYLOOH V0DND\OD+ROXELQDZLQIRUWKH&DGHWVRQ7XHVGD\2FW .ULVWL1L[RQ +DPSWRQ&KURQLFOH

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By Kristi Nixon COULTER â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Who knew when &UDLJ -RKQVRQ DVNHG 1DQF\ 0H\HU to the CAL homecoming dance in 1982, it would start a tradition for their family? The two would eventually marry. And, when their youngest GDXJKWHU-HQQDZDVFURZQHGTXHHQ

at CAL two weeks ago it completed the family line of homecoming kings and queens that included all of their daughters and sons. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When we were in high school, , DOZD\V IHOW ZLWK 1DQF\ LW GLGQ¡W surprise me (she was elected),â&#x20AC;? &UDLJ -RKQVRQ VDLG ´6KH ZDV QLFH to everyone in school. She was even

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minute offer? â&#x20AC;&#x153;What else am I going to do?â&#x20AC;? 1DQF\ -RKQVRQ VDLG MRNLQJ ´1R it was fun. When we went to homecoming, it was a friend thing ² HYHU\RQH MXVW KXQJ WRJHWKHU ² LW ZDVQ¡WVRPXFKDGDWLQJWKLQJVRLW was easy to say yes.â&#x20AC;? Craig had asked Nancy to the dance already before they were elected king and queen, but not before they were nominated. Kelsey started the sibling crowning moments when she was the queen in a rare tie at the school in 2006. Brett followed as king in DQRWKHUFORVHUDFHLQDQG-RHO took the 2011 homecoming king title. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was happy during my year, HVSHFLDOO\ MXVW EHFDXVH WKH TXHHQ WR PH ZDV P\ Ă&#x20AC;UVW FRXVLQÂľ %UHWW -RKQVRQ VDLG ´, WKLQN WKDW ZDV the best part of it â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not only was I honored to be king but my cousin was queen with me. That was kind of cool. ´, GRQ¡W NQRZ LI LW ZDV IRU WKH queen or king, but they had to KDYH VRPHRQH YRWH ZKR KDGQ¡W yet, because there was a tie â&#x20AC;&#x201C; they ZRXOGQ¡W VD\ ZKR ² HLWKHU VKH RU , won by a vote. It was very close, too.â&#x20AC;? And Craig said he felt that it was the same way with his kids as it was

Hampton Chronicleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Football Pick â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;em All comers have gone over .500 after this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s picks but another perfect week for sales representative Frankie Aliu puts him ahead of the pack, especially after reporter Nick Pedley finished 2-3 (despite a glitch that showed he had picked New England when he had, in fact, picked the Saints). Editor Jeff Forward, sports editor Kristi Nixon and publisher Ryan Harvey all went 4-1 with different picks to keep the race for third close after week five. Here are this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s picks:

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Frankie Aliu: Detroit: I think Megatron is due for a big game after being bothered by some injuries the last couple of weeks. I really like the Lionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; defense; they will force Andy Dalton into some bad throws by putting pressure on him. Miami: Miami defense is really tough; they should be able to contain Spiller and Fred Jackson putting a lot of pressure on the QB. Florida: Floridaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s defense proves too much for the back-up Missouri QB. Florida wins a close one. Clemson: The best match-up of the weekend, a win for either team could be a huge boost with the BCS rankings coming out next week. Tahj Boyd will have a huge game. Ohio State: As much as it hurts me to pick the Buckeyes, I think they will win. I am hoping the Hawkeyes defense can force some turnovers and keep this one close. Nick Pedley: Detroit: Both these teams are hot and cold, you never know what you are going to get. I think the Motor City Kitties get it done in this one. Buffalo: I flipped a coin. Missouri: Tigers will feed off last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s big win over Georgia. Clemson: I sort of want to go with FSU here, but the home field advantage will put Clemson in the driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seat in this match-up of ACC heavyweights. Ohio State: I just want Iowa to keep it respectable. Sighâ&#x20AC;Ś Jeff Forward: Cincinnati: The Bengals arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the Bungles of Old and should ride defense to a road win. Miami: Charles Clay is an unsung cog of the Dolphins offense. The Clay-master scores two TDs as the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Phins beat the Bills. Florida: Gators rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; roll to a road win at Mizzou. Florida State: This should be one of the great games of the year. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m going with the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Noles in a shootout. Ohio State: Kirk Ferentz wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to worry about returning punts in this one; Ohio State unleashes a torrential downpour of points on the Hawkeyes. Ryan Harvey: Cincinnati: Bengals have been playing well this season. With Megatronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health issues, gotta take Cinci. Miami: Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll take the Dolphins at home by 10. Missouri: Mizzou claims the win over the Gators in a rough and tumble SEC match-up. Clemson: Top 10 battle goes to Clemson in this one. Ohio State: Buckeyes shut down Iowaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s run game. Kristi Nixon: Detroit: Lions are perfect at home so far and will bounce back from last week. Miami: Even though the Dolphins have lost two in a row, they should win at home against Buffalo. Missouri: How good are the unbeaten Tigers? Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find out when the Gators come to Mizzou. Florida State: Excellent match-up. Toss a coin. Ohio State: We saw what Iowa could not do against the stingy defense of Michigan State and the Hawkeyes are at the Horseshoe? Ummmâ&#x20AC;Ś.

with Nancy â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that it showed that they were nice to everyone. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What made me the most happy is it showed they were nice to everyone in school,â&#x20AC;? Craig said. -HQQD¡V VLEOLQJV DGPLWWHG WKDW they gave her some good-natured ribbing before she was elected. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That was pretty exciting,â&#x20AC;? Kelsey said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I mean, we were giving her grief about it, how we all got it; but either way if she did or did QRWZLQZHZRXOGQ¡WKDYHFDUHGÂľ -RHODGGHGLQMHVW´,IVKHKDGQ¡W it would have proved to us that she was actually adopted. (I told) the MRNHV RI FRXUVH DERXW KHU EHLQJ adopted and stuff like that, but I told KHU LW¡V QRW WKDW LPSRUWDQW ,I , KDG QRWZRQLWLWZRXOGQ¡WKDYHEHHQD ELJGHDOWRPHVRVKHVKRXOGQ¡WIHHO DQ\ SUHVVXUH EHFDXVH LW¡V D UHDOO\ QLFH KRQRU EXW LW¡V QRWKLQJ OLIH changing.â&#x20AC;? In spite of all the teasing, they showed how much they cared for the youngest of the group on the day of the coronation, sending her a ERXTXHWRIĂ RZHUV ´7KH\ ZURWH RQ LW Âś\RX ZLOO DOZD\VEHRXUKRPHFRPLQJTXHHQ¡¾ -HQQD -RKQVRQ VDLG ´,W ZDV UHDOO\ fun and they were so excited for me and every year we got it.â&#x20AC;? All four siblings were three- or four-sport athletes with Kelsey

involved in volleyball, basketball, softball and track for a year; Brett in cross country, basketball, golf DQG WUDFN DQG -RHO ZDV LQ IRRWEDOO EDVNHWEDOOWUDFNDQGEDVHEDOO-HQQD competes in volleyball, basketball and softball. For all of the honor that comes with being homecoming royalty, Nancy tried to downplay the importance of it all. ´, MXVW WROG WKH NLGV WKDW WKHUH are more important things to be than homecoming king and queen, even though it was a real honor to be nominated than to get it,â&#x20AC;? Nancy said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are more things in life WKDW,¡GUDWKHUWKHPEHWKDQWKDW â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are other things to life, but I think being a respectful person, friendly to people, lending a hand and being caring and compassionate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; those things are more important to me than the honor. Even though WKDW¡VSUHWW\FRROÂľ Brett added, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Maybe people think that you are worthy of being that â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VHH \RX DV EHLQJ QLFH DQG WKDW¡V what you want to be seen as a nice person. If you are on the court, even, because it is underclassmen who are YRWLQJ ² LW LVQ¡W MXVW \RXU FODVV ² LW is also the freshmen who you are helping during sports.â&#x20AC;?

Bergeson earns 2nd IIAC DOOFRQIHUHQFHKRQRU conference honors. Bergeson scored 83-89-83-87 to earn ninth place in the conference. She was the low score for the Simpson team for the last two days of 18 holes at Elmcrest. This was the second time for Bergeson to earn this honor, including D Ă&#x20AC;IWKSODFH Ă&#x20AC;QLVK LQ DQGMXVWPLVVHGE\ placing 12th in 2012. She is a four-year letter winner for Simpson College in Indianola, and graduated from AGWSR. She is the daughter of Dan and Carlene Bergeson. The second day at CEDAR RAPIDS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Stacy Pheasant Ridge was played in rain Bergeson of Ackley captured her and the third day at Elmcrest was second Iowa Conference golf allrain-delayed for four hours before conference honor recently. golfers were able to get on the The IIAC Championship for course. ZRPHQ¡V JROI ZDV KHOG RQ )ULGD\ Wartburg won overall with 1,274 and Saturday, Sept. 27-28, at strokes among four players through Pheasant Ridge golf course in Cedar 72 holes, followed by second-place Falls and Friday and Saturday, Oct. Central with 1,389, third was Luther 4-5, at Elmcrest Country Club in with 1,390 and Simpson was fourth Cedar Rapids. with 1,401 (missing second by 12 The low 10 individuals from strokes). this 72-hole tournament earned all-


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POOL A: Janesville def. South Hamilton 21-10, 21-8; Carroll Kuemper GHI1DVKXD3ODLQĂ&#x20AC;HOG&DUUROO.XHPSHUGHI6RXWK +DPLOWRQ-DQHVYLOOHGHI1DVKXD3ODLQĂ&#x20AC;HOG 6RXWK+DPLOWRQGHI1DVKXD3ODLQĂ&#x20AC;HOG-DQHVYLOOH def. Carroll Kuemper 21-16, 21-15. POOL B: Charles City def. Hampton-Dumont 21-8, 21-10; Roland-Story def. Hampton-Dumont 21-14, 21-14; Roland-Story def. South Hardin 21-15, 21-16; Charles City def. South Hardin 21-12, 21-10; Charles City def. Roland-Story 21-8, 21-7; South Hardin def. Hampton-Dumont 21-11, 21-10. POOL C: Iowa Falls-Alden def. Denver 21-15, 19-21, 15-13; Independence def. West Fork 21-15, 21-13; Independence def. Denver 21-12, 21-15; Iowa Falls-Alden def. West Fork 21-14, 21-14; Denver def. West Fork 21-16, 21-18; Independence def. Iowa Falls-Alden 21-19, 2118, 15-11. CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET PLAY: Independence def. Roland-Story 26-24, 26-24; Janesville def. Independence 23-25, 25-9, 25-7; Iowa Falls-Alden def. Denver 15-21, 21-18, 15-13; Charles City def. Iowa Falls-Alden 25-8, 25-11; Carroll Kuemper def. South Hamilton 21-18, 21-16; Charles City def. Carroll Kuemper 25-16, 25-23; Janesville def. Charles City 21-25, 25-22, 25-13, championship. CONSOLATION BRACKET PLAY: South Hamilton def. Nashua3ODLQĂ&#x20AC;HOG:HVW)RUNGHI Hampton-Dumont 21-14, 21-11.

:2/9(5,1(6From Page 15 the ground, prompting Striegel to bench Braun in favor of the back-up Rapp. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had some mistakes. The young manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only a freshman, and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stepped LQWRWKDWSRVLWLRQDQGGRQHDWHUULÂżFMRE´ Striegel said about Braunâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s struggles. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I pulled him for a couple plays at the end of the half, and I felt like we had to get him right back in the ball game.â&#x20AC;? Braun was put back in to start the third quarter after taking a few practice reps at halftime. Striegel said Braun made the necessary adjustments, and he planned to stick with him for the rest of the season. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think he had one fumble in the second half, maybe. And thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not terrible considering we had three in a row,â&#x20AC;? he said.  'HVSLWHFRUUHFWLQJÂżUVWKDOISUREOHPV WKH &DGHWV FRXOGQÂśW ÂżQG WKH HQG ]RQH LQ WKH ÂżQDO WZR TXDUWHUV 7KH :ROYHULQHV pulled ahead 70-6 at the end of the third quarter and added two more touchdowns in the fourth to round out the score. Senior Andrew Quninones led the ofIHQVLYHFKDUJHIRU&$/+HÂżQLVKHGZLWK

40 yards on 17 carries. Rapp followed with eight carries for 37 yards and one touchdown.  %UDXQÂżQLVKHGWKHJDPHIRUSDVVing with 32 yards. He rushed 13 times and totaled only seven yards. Robert Pals was the leading receiver and pulled in two passes for 25 yards. Braun paced the Cadets on defense and ÂżQLVKHGWKHJDPHZLWKÂżYHWRWDOWDFNOHV Defensive back Juan Carlos Calles forced CALâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lone turnover when he intercepted a pass and returned it for 11 yards in the second half. The Cadets (0-7) host Newell-Fonda (7-0) Friday night in Latimer. The Mustangs were ranked No. 3 in eight-man according to the latest Associated Press poll. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m anxious to see Newell-Fonda on tape and see how they compare to West Bend-Mallard,â&#x20AC;? Striegel said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re JRLQJWRGHÂżQLWHO\JREDFNWRWKHIXQGDmentals. You know, this time of the year we shorten things up and try to do some positive things.â&#x20AC;?

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H-D LOSS From Page 15 Webster City was also 69-of-73 serving with 14 aces, making it hard on serve receive, but Kalkwarf said she felt like she was able to get to passes for a set. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They have really good hitters and they hit our spots on the court that were open,â&#x20AC;? Kalkwarf said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I thought I set really good tonight.â&#x20AC;? )RXUGLIIHUHQW+'KLWWHUVĂ&#x20AC;QLVKHG with two kills apiece as the Bulldogs Ă&#x20AC;QLVKHG ZLWK  WRWDO .DONZDUI GLVWULEXWHGĂ&#x20AC;YHRIWKHHLJKWDVVLVWV Hampton-Dumont (4-12) winds

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$*:65IRLOV6RXWK+DUGLQÂśV FRQIHUHQFHYROOH\EDOOWLWOHKRSHV ELDORA â&#x20AC;&#x201D; AGWSR picked up its second straight North Iowa Cedar League West Division volleyball victory last Tuesday as LW GHUDLOHG 6RXWK +DUGLQ¡V GLYLVLRQ title hopes with a 3-1 victory. Things did not go as well for the Cougars Saturday, as they dropped all four of their matches at the +XGVRQ WRXUQDPHQW ZLQQLQJ MXVW two sets on the day. The Cougars (7-22 overall, 3-3 in the NICL West) wrapped up their regular season with a home match against BCLUW Tuesday. They open Class 1A regional play at home Oct. 29 against the winner of the Northeast Hamilton - Southeast Webster-Grand match. AGWSR 3, South Hardin 1 $IWHUGURSSLQJWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWVHW the Cougars won three close sets, 25-20, 25-23 and 26-24 to pick up their second straight division win. 0DGLVRQ )U\VOLH OHG WKH &RXJDUV¡ 54-kill effort with 14 knockdowns while Danielle Henning had 11 and Ashley Sicard nine. Henning also had 26 assists

while Olivia Ingledue had 34 of the teDP¡VGLJV +XGVRQ7RXUQDPHQW As it has been all season, WRXUQDPHQW SOD\ SURYHG GLIĂ&#x20AC;FXOW for AGWSR. A second straight 0-4 tourney effort dropped the Cougars to 3-19 in events with more than two teams. The Cougars fell 2-0 to Iowa Valley, 2-1 to Kee (Lansing), 2-1 to Hudson and 2-0 to Center PointUrbana. CP-U is ranked No. 11 in Class 3A while Hudson was ranked earlier this season. AGWSR played the day without its leading hitter, Ashley Sicard. Iowa Valley 2, AGWSR 0 Iowa Valley scored a 21-9, 21-14 victory over the Cougars. $OH[D-RKQVRQSDFHG$*:65 ZLWKĂ&#x20AC;YHNLOOVZKLOHERWK)U\VOLH and Henning had three each. Kim Ellingson had nine digs and seven assists for the Cougars. .HH /DQVLQJ $*:65 7KHWHDPVVSOLWWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWWZRVHWV by identical 21-19 scores before Kee

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Peterson passes 1,000 kills, digs in win over N-K 1257+:22' ² 1HHGLQJ MXVW two kills to pass the 1,000 mark and entering the Tuesday, Oct. 8 match against Northwood-Kensett with 1,000 digs, Lindsey Peterson put the milestones away. West Fork and Peterson played a close match with the Vikings, but swept them anyway, 25-19, 26-24, 25-23. Her 17 kills and 23 digs put her in three different categories with more than 1,000 for her career â&#x20AC;&#x201C; adding to 1,328 assists after that match. Courtney Larson added 14 kills and 12 digs while Ahna Larson handed out 15 assists as the Warhawks improved to 9-6 overall, 5-2 in the Corn Bowl Conference. 6LHUD -HIIUH\ ZDV SHUIHFW RQ DOO 12 of her serves with an ace to lead FRDFK$EEHH*DSSD¡VVTXDG :HVW)RUN 1RUWKZRRG.HQVHWW 

$77$&.6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 113 (Lindsey Peterson 50, Courtney Larson 36, Lexi Bray 11, Kelsey Nierengarten 6, Peyton Perkins 5, Jacy Guerrero 2, Ahna Larson). .,//6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 36 (Peterson 17, C. Larson 14, Bray 4, Nierengarten). %/2&.6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 2 (A. Larson, Nierengarten). Assists â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 35 (A. Larson 15, Perkins 9, Guerrero 4, Kaitlyn Liekweg 4, Bray, Nierengarten, Peterson). DIGS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 57 (Peterson 23, C. Larson 12, Liekweg 6, Jeffrey 4, A. Larson 4, Perkins 4, Guerrero 2, Nierengarten, Madison Patton). 6(59,1* â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF, Jeffrey 12-12, ace; C. Larson 11-11, ace; Guerrero 4-4, Patton 2-2; Perkins 15-16, 5 aces; Liekweg 9-10, ace; A. Larson 5-6; Peterson 9-13, 2 aces.

West Fork netters wins in four SHEFFIELD â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Lindsey Peterson tallied 31 kills and 23 digs in a 3-1 West Fork volleyball victory over Rockford on Thursday, Oct. 10. The Warhawks added on to her career totals after a career mark on Tuesday night against NorthwoodKensett. Courtney Larson added nine kills in the 25-12, 22-25, 25-22, 2510 win over the Wildcats as West Fork improved to 10-6 overall, 6-2 in the Corn Bowl. Peyton Perkins, who distributed RIWKH:DUKDZNV¡NLOOVDOVR was 16-of-18 serving with six aces. :HVW)RUN5RFNIRUG 

$77$&.6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 128 (Lindsey Peterson 63, Courtney Larson 32, Lexi Bray 12, Kelsey Nierengarten 11, Ahna Larson 6, Lea Johnson 2, Courtney Lowe, Peyton Perkins 5). .,//6â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 49 (Peterson 31, C. Larson 9, Bray 5, Nierengarten 2, Johnson, A. Larson). %/2&.6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 1 (Peterson). Assists â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 43 (Perkins 22, A. Larson 16, Peterson 2, Jacy Guerrero, Nierengarten). DIGS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF 64 (Peterson 23, C. Larson 12, Kaitlyn Liekweg 10, A. Larson 9, Jeffrey 4, Madison Patton 4, Perkins 2, Guerrero 2, Ashley Stevens 2, Guerrero, Jeffrey). 6(59,1*â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF, Guerrero 3-3; Jeffrey 2021, ace; Perkins 21-23, 5 aces; C. Larson 9-10; Liekweg 9-10; Peterson 6-18, 6 aces; A. Larson 7-9; aces.

:HVW)RUNIDOOV DW1DVKXD NASHUA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; West Fork dropped a Class 1A, District 3 road contest DW 1DVKXD3ODLQĂ&#x20AC;HOG  ODVW Friday night. The Warhawks trailed 25-6 at the half and were unable to recover to fall to 2-4 overall, 1-4 district. Spencer Halloran completed 9-of-20 passes for nearly 200 yards and a touchdown pass â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to Evan Sprung â&#x20AC;&#x201C; while rushing for another and Collin Arndt added 2-of-3 passes for two more scores â&#x20AC;&#x201C; both to Deven Heitland, but the Huskies tallied eight rushing touchdowns, including big plays of 69, 63 and 28. This Friday, West Fork takes to the road to face unbeaten and thirdranked Dike-New Hartford (7-0). 1DVKXD3ODLQÂżHOG :HVW)RUN :HVW)RUN    13    

 

,1',9,'8$/67$7,67,&6 RUSHING â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF, Spencer Halloran 15-69, Tyson Pillard 13-50, Collin Arndt 2-3. N-P, Reece Reams 13-155, Zade McCall 9-118, Jason Fisher 14-106, Brandon Marks 6-32, Jordan Klingman 1-13, Philip Lines 1-3, Hunter Mueller 2-1, Jared Whitinger 1-0, Dylan Biddle 2-0. PASSING â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF, Halloran 9-20-1-185, Arndt 2-3-0-84. N-P, Fisher 3-30-5; Jordan Klingman 7-9-1-108; Devin Koob 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WF, Evan Sprung 4-135, Deven Heitland 2-46, Jacob Eliason 3-40, Arndt 1-16, Austin Neff 1-11. N-P, Mueller 4-49, Tryston Crook 1-35, Lines 1-16, Fisher 1-8, Isaac Masters 1-3, McCall 2-2.


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Evan Koenen (86) of Hampton-Dumont breaks up a pass intended for Union's Brady Driscol in the fourth quarter of Friday night's 20-14 win over the Knights. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

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