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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Grundy Center, Iowa

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New Hartford dedicates Meditation Gardens By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register NEW HARTFORD — More than five years after an F5 tornado devastated the cities of Parkersburg, New Hartford and surrounding areas, a new garden has been dedicated in their memory. On Oct. 2, the City of New Hartford dedicated the New Hartford Meditation Garden located south of the Town Square Gazebo Garden. “It’s for all the communities,” spokesperson Carol Chapman said. “(The tornado) started all the way to Aplington and went to Dunkerton — they all went through the same experience we did. And the devastation and the rebuilding, it’s just really hard to get enough gumption to start over again. And then you get the second disaster on top of that.”

Chapman told onlookers that she hopes the garden can become a community gathering place. “We hope that there’s going to be lots and lots of people using this garden. We hope that this will eventually be filled up with Bible studies, church services, family reunions, everything you can think of. It’s a beautiful place and it will only get more beautiful as the plants take off and the grass gets growing.” The garden was designed by Bill Close. Construction began nearly a year ago and dedication was planned for the spring, but the spring flooding forced it to be moved into the fall. Work remains on the ground surrounding the memorial, much of which remains bare. “We’ve just been plugging up a little bit at a time,” Chapman said.

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Bill Close, designer of the New Hartford Memorial Gardens, speaks about the memorial during a dedication ceremony Oct. 2. (John Jensen/ The Grundy Register photo)

What’s Happening Thursday, Oct. 17 Grundy Center Blood Drive Community Center 12:45 - 5:45 p.m. Alzheimer’s Support Group Arlington Place, Grundy Center 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 Lincoln AMVETS Dinner AMVETS Hall, Lincoln 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 Dike United Methodist Church Soup Supper, Bake Sale 5-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21 Grundy County Supervisors Grundy County Courthouse • 9 a.m. 100 Years of Iowa Transportation Dike Public Library 6 p.m. (Registration required) Grundy Center City Council City Hall • 6:30 p.m. Dike-New Hartford School Board High School • 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 World Explorer Charlie Wittmack “Committed to the Core: Stories from the World Triathlon” GCHS Auditorium • 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 Grundy Center Elementary Book Fair (Runs through Oct. 28) Items for “What’s Happening” should be submitted by Monday, 10 a.m. to editor@gcmuni.net Items are printed free of charge and subject to editorial approval.

Wittmack event to benefit stricken teens

The public portion of world explorer Charlie Wittmack’s Grundy County visit will benefit students at three local schools who are battling cancer. Wittmack, the Charlie only man Wittmack to attempt the World Triathlon, will speak at the Grundy Center High School Auditorium Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. A free-will offering will be taken during the event to raise money for the families of Grundy Center High School student Hillary Samo, Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School student Noah Ohrt and BCLUW fourth-grader Ray Callaway, all of whom are battling cancer. Wittmack, whose wife Cate is a cancer survivor, is also Executive Director of the Above and Beyond Cancer organization. His speech titled “Committed to the Core: Stories from the World Triathlon” will also include a short film and stories about his work with Above and Beyond Cancer. The story begins with his wife’s diagnosis. Wittmack will also speak to students at local school districts Wednesday morning. The World Triathlon consists of a 275-mile swim down the River Thames and then across the English Channel, an 8,875-mile bike ride from France to India, a 950-mile run from India to the base of Mt. Everest and then a climb to the top of Mt. Everest.

the Grundy Center Chamber of Commerce’s Girls Night Out last Thursday. Above, women sign up for door prizes at the Chamber table. Prizes from several northeast Iowa merchants were awarded. Right, 8-year-old Lacy Hobbs receives a temporary tattoo at the ever popular booth located just off Courthouse Square. (John Jensen/ The Grundy Register photos)

German exchange program could expand to full year

By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register GRUNDY CENTER — Over the past two weeks, Grundy Center High School and Grundy County have hosted guests from the Krummhorn region of Germany. And there is a chance the program could expand. Krummhorn’s acting mayor, Frank Baumann, said last week that he would like see students from the region come to Grundy Center for longer at a time. “(The exchange is) very good and our students are happy to be here, so we want to grow it to make it an exchange for a half year or one year if possible,” he said. “We talked with your school director about this and we just want to invite culture clubs from Grundy County to our area.” Grundy Center High School principal Steve VanderPol, who was part of Grundy Center’s delegation to Krummhorn last year, agreed that longer exchanges would be good for the local students, adding that at least one local student is interested in such an exchange. “It’s a good opportunity for our kids,” he said. VanderPol said students learning about their heritage is important. Part of the allure of the sister cities agreement between Grundy County and Krummhorn is that many families in the area can trace their ancestors to the area. “Our ancestors are the same so we wanted to bring the students together — they are the future for our partnership,” Baumann said. The sister cities agreement between Grundy County and Krummhorn was signed in 2010 when a German delegation visited Grundy County and met with the Board of Supervisors. Baumann said he also hopes to preserve the low German

Pia Sidel, an exchange student from Krummhorn, Germany, speaks to friends, host families and members of the public during a dinner in the visitors’ honor at Grundy Center High School last Monday. (John Jensen/The Grundy Register photo) language by bringing students of the area together. “That is our favorite language,” he said. VanderPol said German schools do a better job of teaching students to be ready for the workplace than American schools.

“They involve parents, businesses, bakers, plumbers, manufacturing. We’re taking notice of that. We still can do better,” he said. The next delegation of Grundy Center students will visit Krummhorn this spring.

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By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy Center School Board gave preliminary approval to a new district Good Conduct Policy during its regular meeting last Wednesday at the District Administration Office. The new policy is similar to the old one with one fairly major exception regarding students who are in the presence of a situation that violates the policy but not actively involved in it. “Mere presence is the biggest thing that has changed,” Secondary Principal Steve VanderPol said. In the revised policy, mere presence has been defined as “being in attendance at a function or party where the student knows or has reason to know that alcohol or other drugs are being consumed illegally by minors and failing to leave despite having a reasonable opportunity to do so.” The period of ineligibility due to mere presence differs from that of a student who actively engaged in activities outlined in the Good Conduct Policy. While a student actively participating would be ruled ineligible for one-third of a season for a first violation, the ineligibility period for a student accused of mere presence would be a minimum of half that. The policy also outlines penalties for multiple offenses. A complete copy of the Grundy Center Community School District’s Good Conduct Policy is available online under the School Board link at the Grundy Center Community School District Web site and will be linked through The Grundy Register Web site, www.thegrundyregister. com. Director Brent Ascher asked how Grundy Center’s policy compares to those in other area school districts. “Every community has its own policy,” Superintendent Cassi Murra said. “We felt the (previous) policy wasn’t as clear as it needed to be about mere presence.” The change is the first in the policy since 2004 and the sixth since it was initially implemented in 1982. Though the Board could have made the policy effective immediately, as it is a revision, it opted to pass it to a second reading at the November Board meeting to allow for public comment. THE BOARD ALSO DISCUSSED the snow removal contract for the upcoming school year. Murra said the District used its employees to remove snow for several years but switched three years ago after the men doing the work retired and also due to aging equipment. Murra said the advantage to contracting the service was that District employees were available to do other work, some of which was contracted out when they were removing snow. Costs were comparable to those done in-house for the first two years after switching to a contract service but skyrocketed more than 500 percent last year to $34,958.70 from $6,930 the year before. The District budgeted $7,000 for snow removal last year. Murra said the issue last year was a new ice control chemical used by the district that ended up costing $14,207. She added that the District did not receive a bill for snow removal until February last year, and that was the first time the extreme cost of the ice control was noted. Once the bill came in, the School Board altered the use of the chemical to include only sidewalks leading into school buildings and not other See SCHOOL BOARD page 3


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GC students get revved up to build new Ultimate Mileage Vehicle Supervisors add D-NH to By MADI BEEKEN Special to The Grundy Register GRUNDY CENTER — For the fourth time, Grundy Center High School students and industrial technology teacher Kris Seitz will again construct a prototype for the Ultimate Mileage Vehicle (UMV) competition, just one of many contests at the Iowa Industrial Technology Exposition at Southeast Polk High School in rural Des Moines held each spring. “The first car we made was made out of a couple bicycles,” Seitz said. “The second was made out of aluminum C channel computer server towers that Bob Munson donated, and the car this year will be made out of aluminum, but it will be a three-wheel car, making the car go farther and faster.” In the past, the UMV has always been built before and after school or during seminar time, but it has now been made into a class named 'IT Projects' offered during third trimester. “I'm looking forward to working with my friends and better understanding how to build a car,” said Junior Jacob Spangenburg. “I like the competition.” The contest is based upon how far each vehicle can go on eight ounces of fuel. The miles per gal-

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Pictured is last year’s Grundy Center High School Ultimate Mileage Vehicle. (Courtesy photo by Madi Beenken) lon are then calculated from this. Grundy's best vehicle has traveled 132 miles per gallon; the goal this year is to reach 250 mpg. The first year they achieved 108 mpg and did not break down, the second year was 111 mpg. “We will run two cars this coming spring at the competition, last year's car and our new one,” Seitz said. “I hope we can hit 150 to 175

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mpg with the old one.” Sietz said the combination of the class, building and the competition itself is a chance for all students of varying degrees of ability and knowledge to come together as a team. Some students are better at designing and engineering, others at welding, fabricating metal and plastics, or small gasoline engines. The participants this year are Espen Cleveland, Dalton Haverkamp, Dan Knock, Jacob Spangenburg, Sam Thompson, Brenton Kiewiet, Austin Grimm, Jared Clapp and Austin Schaeffer. “It's open to pretty much all high school students,” Seitz said. “This is a perfect example of students working together as a team, brainstorming, problem solving, using critical thinking skills … learning things that can't necessarily be found in a textbook.” The expo is held once a year in

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Southeast Polk's gymnasium with dozens of schools and hundreds of students from across the state. Students bring woodworking projects, mechanical and Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) drawings, welding projects, and the UMV. The expo has taken place for more than 20 years, and the UMV has been going on close to that long as well. “The UMV contest is actually held in the Adventureland parking lot because it takes up so much space,” Seitz said. The UMV is funded by sponsors; in the past they have had support from Heavy Equipment Manufacturing (HEM), JESCO, Phelps Implement and Titan Machinery. “This competition is fun for the students as well as myself,” Seitz said. “I love being a part of this, and I hope we can keep it going for years to come.”

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By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy County Board of Supervisors approved the addition of the Dike-New Hartford Community School District to the county's hazard mitigation plan during Monday's regular meeting. Adding the School District to the plan will allow it to apply for federal funds that would be used to build a tornado safe room at its high school/ elementary complex in Dike. Several other area school districts are also in the process of building similar facilities. There was no public comment during a public hearing about the matter. The Board also approved a request from the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Wellsburg to adopt a portion of Highway T-19 for litter control. The County will purchase temporary signs that will be put out when litter is being picked up and will also supply garbage bags. Supervisor Jim Ross asked Engineer Gary Mauer if there was any potential liability for the County if the Supervisors approve the request. Mauer said those participating will sign a hold harmless agreement that would free the county of liability. He added that the group also must hold a safety meeting before cleaning up litter, which consists of reading a se-

ries of safety rules. Supervisors approved the October fuel quote as presented by Mauer. Diamond Oil of Des Moines was the only bidder for the 6,000 gallons of diesel (winter blend) and 2,000 gallons of gasohol for the County's facility located between Grundy Center and Holland. The bid came in at $3.1431 per gallon for the diesel and $2.6047 for the gasohol for a total quote of $24,068. There was a brief discussion of why the county was not getting local bidders for the fuel. Mauer said the local companies stopped bidding when the County began accepting quotes from outside the county. Six bid requests were sent out, one to a company in Grundy Center, two to companies in Conrad, one to a company in Wellsburg, one to a company in Waverly and one to the winning bidder in Des Moines. The Supervisors presented service awards to County employees Harvin Rust and Jim Hoover. Rust has been with the county as a mechanic for 20 years while Hoover has been a truck driver for five years. A report by County Attorney Kirby Schmidt on the condemnation proceedings for acquisition of property for the proposed county annex building was tabled to the Oct. 21 meeting.

Absentee ballots available for November 5 City Elections

Rhonda R. Deters, Grundy County Auditor, announced that absentee ballots are available for the Nov. 5 City Elections. To vote early by absentee ballot in person, voters may stop at the Grundy County auditor’s office on the second floor of the courthouse during normal business hours, Monday through Friday (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). The deadline to vote by absentee ballot at the Auditor’s Office is Nov. 5 at 11 a.m. With appropriate identification, eligible electors who are not currently registered to vote may register at the same time they are casting an absentee ballot in person. To vote early by mail, absentee ballot request forms are on the Grundy County Web site, www. grundycounty.org, under the heading “Where do I … ?” Click on “Vote Absentee” to download an application form to request an absentee bal-

lot. The completed forms should be mailed to the Grundy County Auditor, Courthouse, 706 G Ave., Grundy Center, IA 50638-1496. The last day to request an absentee ballot by mail is Nov. 1. Voted absentee ballots returned by hand may be delivered to the Grundy County Auditor’s Office at the Courthouse until 8 p.m. on Nov. 5. Absentee ballots may not be turned in at the polling place except to be surrendered and voided, in which case the voter would then vote at the polls. Absentee ballots returned by mail must be postmarked by Nov. 4 and received before 1 p.m. on Nov. 7 in order to be counted. Polls will be open at noon and close at 8 p.m.on Election Day, Nov. 5. Contact the Grundy County Auditor’s Office if you have any questions, 319-824-3122.

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Donna J. Nederhoff

Donna J. Nederhoff, age 82, of Cedar Falls, died October 7, 2013 at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. Funeral servies were October 11 at Nazareth Lutheran Church (Chapel) in Cedar Falls with Rev. Dennis Hanson officiating. Visitation was Friday at Nazareth Lutheran Church in Cedar Falls. Burial was in the Holland Cemetery in Holland. A memorial fund has been established in Donna’s name. Web site is www.geilenfeldfh. com. Donna was born March 12, 1931, on family farm in Owasa, to John O. and Anna (Janssen) Fritzel. She graduated from Owasa High School in 1949 and later AIB College. She married George Nederhoff, Sr. on July 2, 1950, at the Open Bible Church in Iowa Falls. She was a homemaker and helped with the farming and milking cows. Survivors include her son, George (Dixie) Nederhoff, Jr. of Sumner, Iowa; seven grandchildren, Elizabeth (Marty) Pagel, John (Brenda) Nederhoff, Sarah (Heath) Buhman Anthony (Jeannie) Smith, Victoria (Jeff) Rhea, Courtney (Ashley) Smith and Ashlyn (Brody) Laabs; 17 great-grandchildren; a brother, Dan (Dale) Fritzel; a sister-in-law, Lorraine Fritzel; three brothersin-law, Henry Nederhoff, Paul Van Soelen and Marvin (Verone) Nederhoff. She was preceded in death by her husband George on February 12, 2002; and her parents.

Leonard C. Sommer

Leonard C. Sommer, 89, of Cedar Falls, died October 7, 2013, at the Western Home Communities Windhaven Assisted Living. Memorial services were October 12 at Linden United Methodist Church in Waterloo with inurnment in Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens, Cedar Falls. Military Honors were provided by the Evansdale AMVETS Posts 31 and 19. There was no visitation. Memorials may be directed to Cedar Valley Hospice. Condolences may be left at www.richardsonfuneralservice.com. He was born February 9, 1924, in Manchester, son of Carl J. and Margaret (Vandeveer) Sommer. He married Louise Toscan on May 7, 1944, in Reno, NV. She died May 30, 1985. He then married Joyce Baker on October 8, 1988, in Waterloo. He served in the US Navy during WWII and was employed as a tool and die maker for 20 years with H and H Machine Tool Company, retiring in 1985. He was past Administrator of the Moose Lodge 328 and was a member of Linden United Methodist Church, Waterloo. He is survived by:his wife, Joyce; two daughters, Lynette (Harry) Banks of Grundy Center and Sandra (Jerry) Mahan of Jerico; a son, Cory (Cynthia) of Dubuque; five step-sons, Peter (Coral) Baker of Redding, Calif., Allen Baker of Cedar Falls, Larry (Lauraine) Baker of Waterloo, Lee (Sharon) Baker of Peoria, Ill., and Lynn (Pearl) Baker of Cotter, Ariz.; one step-daughter, Lillian (Pat) McFall of Windsor Heights; 19 grandchildren; 26 greatgrandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by a brother, Bernard Somme; and one sister, Nadine Kimmick.

Mike Stoner

Mike Stoner of Stanley passed away on September 27, 2013. A party celebrating and remembering Mike’s life will be held on Sunday, Oct. 20, from 1-5 p.m. at the Evansdale Amvets Post No. 31 in Evansdale. Family and friends are welcome.

Grundy Family YMCA Notes Football Fun Zone — The final YMCA Football Fun Zone will be held Friday, Oct. 18 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Spartan Stadium prior to the game between Grundy Center and North Tama. Students are invited to go down the Y’s inflatable slide and play other fun games before the home Grundy Center football game! All games are free and will be provided behind the bleachers. Open Gym — Oct. 20 through March, 2014 — High School Open Gym provided by the YMCA. All community members are invited to use the gym while a YMCA staff member or volunteer supervises. YMCA members will have free access to the gym (including all 6th12th grade students) while nonmembers of the Y will pay a nominal

admission fee. Children 4th grade and under need a family member that is 18 or older to attend the Open Gym with them. YMCA Teen Night — Oct. 25, 7-10 p.m. — Middle and High School students in Grundy County are invited to the Upper Elementary School to participate in a variety of free activities. Teenagers will have access to the gymnasium to play group games like basketball and dodge ball. Air hockey, foosball, ping pong, a movie and Wii games will also be available to play. This is a great opportunity to hang out with friends and meet new ones. Call the YMCA at 825-6210 or stop in to sign up at the Front Desk. Students need to register by Oct. 24. Fall 2013 Session 2 programs begin the week of Nov. 4. Check out our updated schedule at www.blackhawkymca.org under the Grundy Center tab.

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DOT lecture to discuss 100 years of transportation

DIKE — The Iowa Department of Transportation presents the 100th Anniversary of Transportation in Iowa Monday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. at the Dike Public Library. Andy Loonan, the Iowa Department of Transportation Librarian, who will discuss the 100 year history of transportation in the state of Iowa. He will look at all aspects of transportation such as rail, road, automobiles, routes, etc. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required. Please contact the library at 319-989-2608 for more information and to register. More on this lecture can be found at the DOT website at http://www.iowadot.gov/ history/home.html

Grundy Center Elementary to host book fair

GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy Center Elementary IMC will be hosting a Book Fair Oct. 23 - 28. It will be open Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Monday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. This fund raiser is used to help purchase materials for the IMC.

Lincoln AMVETS to host annual dinner

LINCOLN — Lincoln AMVETS Post No. 10 will hold its annual Ribeye Steak Supper Saturday, Oct. 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the AMVET Hall in Lincoln. Tickets are available at the door. Raffle tickets will also available for prizes including a quarter of beef, a Charles Freitag print, and many other items to be given away that evening. The AMVET Hall is located on Main Street in Lincoln.

Dike church to host fall soup supper, bake sale

DIKE — The Dike United Methodist Church is having a fall soup supper and bake sale Sunday, Oct. 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. For more information contact the church office, 319-989-2535.

Benefit planned for Reinbeck woman

Oak Leaf Country Club in Reinbeck to benefit 45-year-old Sheila Cordes, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 colorectal cancer earlier this year. The benefit includes a meal, silent and live auctions and a bake sale. There is also a raffle for a $500 gift card. Donations for Cordes may also be made at any Veridan Credit Union. For more information, or to donate items for auction or for the bakse sale, contact Deanne Ross at 319-231-4135 or Sherry Petersen at 319-269-0174.

Fall Festival, dinner Nov. 3 at St. Patrick Church

PARKERSBURG – St. Patrick Church will host a fall festival dinner and raffle from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3. The event will be in the parish hall, 304 Second St., Parkersburg. A Country Store will also offer crafts and homemade baked goods, and a raffle featuring cash prizes, Dinner and raffle tickets are available from any Holy Family Parish member or at the door. For more information, call the parish office at 319-345-2006.

Gospel Concert Series begins in New Hartford

The New Hartford Community Center will again be the site for a series of free gospel concerts. The concerts begin Tuesday, October 29th at 7 p.m. Restored. a southern gospel singing group, consisting of Ray and Nancy Hemmer and Naomi Probert, will kick off the seasons concerts. All are invited to attend this free event, with light refreshments served afterwards. Any questions you may call Ray Hemmer at 277-4848.

Alzheimer group to meet Oct. 17

The Alzheimer Support Group will meet Thursday, Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Arlington Place Assisted Living Center, 95 D Avenue, Grundy Center. For more information call Cathi at 319-824-5674.

Blood drive set for Oct. 17 in Grundy Center

GRUNDY CENTER — Lifeserve Blood Center will host a Grundy Center Community blood drive Thursday, Oct. 17 from 12:45 to 5:45 p.m. at the Grundy Center Community Center.

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From page 1 cement surfaces. Murra said District custodians liked the chemical because it significantly reduced the need to wax floors (nothing was tracked into the buildings.) For 2013-14, the Board will re-bid the contract. Murra, District Custodian Vern Folkedahl and Directors Ascher and Ron Saak will meet to determine what should be included in bid requests. Bids will be opened at a special Board meeting Nov. 6. Murra also briefed the Board on anticipated certified enrollment numbers for the 2013-14 school year. She said the District expects to be down approximately 11 students from last year’s number, in part due to several families moving away from the district. She said Grundy Center has been seeing more transient population in recent years, with some families even moving out of state. Murra briefed the Board on the District’s annual financial report. In fiscal 2013, the School District had $6,942,611 in revenues and $6,598,020 in expenditures. The $344,590 difference raised the District’s ending fund balance to $1,244,018, the highest it has been since at least 2001. In addition, the District’s from Fiscal 12 solvency ratio is up 4.52 percent to 17.72 percent, the highest the solvency rate has been since 2008. Murra said the District’s target solvency rate is 15 percent. District expenditures on salaries and benefits totaled 80.23 percent, a number Murra said was typical for a school district this size. “We are healthy financially in every single category,” the superintendent said, noting that, with its healthy unspent and ending balances, the District expects to spend approximately what it takes in during the current school year.

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The Board also approved Robert Gingery’s resignation from his position as junior high boys’ track and field coach and approved him as the new junior high boys’ basketball coach. He will replace Dennis Dirks. Newly-elected Board members Ron Saak and Ascher were sworn into office during the meeting, as were re-elected Board members Kelly Mathews and Chad Mackie. Bob Johanns was unanimously elected Board President while Mathews was elected vice-president on a split vote. Mathews and Saak were appointed as Board representatives to the District’s School Improvement Committee, Ascher and Saak were appointed to the Facilities Committee and Johanns and Mackie to the Negotiations Committee. Mackie will serve as the District’s Iowa Association of School Boards representative while Johanns will serve on the County Board and Ascher on the Foundation Board. Board Secretary Stephanie Saak will be the Board representative to the County Wellness Coalition, with Mathews also attending when she is available for the meetings. The Board voted to change its monthly meeting from the second Wednesday of the month to the third Wednesday so that final monthly financial information is available for review at the meeting. In other business, the Board: • Approved early-graduation requests from Dakota Deeringer and Chelsey McNeil; • Welcomed German visitors representing the Krummhorn region government and school system; • Approved a contract with River Hills for three School District special needs students; • Approved a contract with E2020 for online credit recovery.

Drug Take Back event set for Oct. 26 GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy County Public Health Department, Grundy County Sheriff’s Department and Grundy County Memorial Hospital are teaming up to offer a convenient way for county residents to safely dispose of unused and outdated medications. The Take Back initiative is Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Grundy Center Senior Housing community parking lot, located north of G Avenue at First Street. Members of the public can bring any type of unused or outdated prescription or over-the-counter medication for safe disposal. A representative of the Sheriff’s Department will be on hand so the collection site will be able to accept controlled substances such as prescription sleeping pills

and painkillers. The Oct. 26 date is part of a national initiative by the Drug Enforcement Agency to safely rid households of medications that can be dangerous when misused. According to DEA information, the non-medical use of prescription drugs is the second most common form of drug abuse in the country, and the majority of teens abusing prescription drugs get them from family, friends, and the home medicine cabinet. There is no cost for the Take Back Day – simply stop by the Senior Housing site and leave your outdated medications with the sheriff’s department and health agency representatives. For more information on prescription drug abuse, go to dea.gov.

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Memory Lane A look back through The Grundy Register

Compiled by Lisa Kanagy 10 Years Ago This Week - 2003 •House moved from Holland to Grundy Center took the effort of several people/groups •Grundy Center Municipal Utilities launches green city energy to promote public involvement in renewable energy •East Marshall passes Spartans 34-13 with several turnovers •Center Theatre - Good Boy •Luncheon Meats-8oz. 89¢ 25 Years Ago This Week - 1988 •There are 143 ‘Stop’ signs in Grundy Center •Army 2nd Lt. Beth K. Hopkins has arrived in Germany to begin her duty as a Platoon leader of the 263rd Maintenance Co. •Over 100 people attended the annual Dike Fireman’s breakfast •Duane & Bev Dirks share their favorite ‘wild game’ recipes and three others •Center Theatre - Tom Hanks stars in Big •Shredded Cheese - $1.49 /# 50 Years Ago This Week - 1963 •Over 10,000 attended the Iowa Mechanical Corn Picking Contest •Three Iowa farmers will represent Iowa at the National contest in Monroe, Wisconsin next week. Winners were Dan Coulter of Reinbeck, Lverne Gast of Steamboat Rock and David Ternus of Walker •Over 117 4-H officers attended the Officers Training School Monday evening. Officers from 25 clubs were represented •Homecoming queen is Ruth Van Deest •Center Theatre -Donovan’s Reef •Pie Filling 3 cans for $1 75 Years Ago This Week - 1938 •1,300 attended the Grundy & Hardin County REA demonstrations •The Grundy County Corn Husking Contest will be held 10/20 at the Frank Neuroth farm at 12:30 •Homecoming is set for Friday, Oct. 28 with lots of activities planned for the week •A fire in Wellsburg destroyed a barn full of hay and three horses and a calf •A new ‘junk’ ordinance was unanimously voted for by the city council after an open house during the meeting •Corn yield in Grundy County is going to be higher than previously estimated of about 50 bu. to the acre. The average is 60 but some can be upwards to 90 bu. per acre •The New Grundy Theatre -Boys Town •Sweet Potatoes - 10# for 25¢

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From time to time over the past 20 years or so, the topic of native American nicknames in sports comes up. On one hand are those who feel the nicknames are offensive, and on the other hand are those who feel the nicknames are harmless. There is no middle ground on the issue. I have long been among the latter - those who feel the nicknames are harmless. But I find that as I get older, my opinions tend to mature as well. Though I cheer for a baseball team called the Indians and proudly wear a cap with a smiling Chief Wahoo sewn on a navy blue background, I must admit that I am beginning to understand that people can be offended. I have long felt that nicknames such as Redskins should probably be abolished. The term redskin is By JOHN JENSEN paramount to using the N-word when referring to African Americans ... it is simply intolerable. Many teams that have used that nickname in the past have abolished it and those that haven’t should. But what about other native American nicknames? What about Indians, Braves, Chickasaws, Warriors ... should those, too, be abolished? For the most part perhaps they should be. I have grown up an Indians fan. I have owned countless caps and t-shirts with their insignia and even use it for my fantasy football or basketball teams (which I often call either “Team Wahoo” or “Wahoo’s Revenge.”) If the Cleveland baseball team became, say, the Lakers, Rockers or another areaspecific nickname it would take time to get used to calling them something different. But how different would it be than when your favorite minor league team changes its name. Cedar Rapids’ Midwest League team was known as the Reds for many years, simply for the team it was affiliated with. When it became the Kernels in 1993, it took time to adjust to calling it something new. But it happened. And now the city embraces the (no longer new) moniker and its tie-ins to the city. A complete ban of native American nicknames would be nearly impossible

Iowa hosting World Food Prize event To the Editor, Iowa is attracting national attention this week as dignitaries from across the globe gather in Des Moines for the World Food Prize. The prize, which was founded by Iowa native and Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Borlaug, is considered the top award in agriculture. Like Borlaug, I support the science of genetic modification and believe it’s essential in defeating world hunger. This year’s award winners are known for founding, developing and applying modern agricultural biotechnology to improve production agriculture and food production. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation about genetic modification. First and foremost it’s important to remember no commercially grown crops in the U.S. were created by nature alone. Humans over many years have altered all of our crops, often for taste or yield or disease resistance. The advancement of biotechnology gives scientists the means to accomplish this more quickly and pick the specific traits that are needed. Agriculture is vital to Iowa’s economy – for our rural and suburban growth. We can be proud of our strong agricultural heritage that has led the world to our doorstep. So many around the world want what Iowans have – safe and reliable foods that lead to economic stability. Julianne Johnston Iowa Soybean Association Farm and Food Ambassador Team Member Parkersburg, Iowa

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to implement. In addition to a few professional teams and several college teams, countless high schools are known by Indian monikers. A quick count shows 11 Iowa high schools that go by Indians and two others that are known as the Braves. A few others, such as New Hampton, use area-specific nicknames that are for tribes with ties or former ties to the area. But a phase-out is realistic. The time has come for teams to at least move away from racist-looking mascots (such as that worn by the Cleveland Indians) and to something less offensive. In the long run teams should look at changing the names to something less offensive. Cleveland Rockers ... that has a ring to it. • • • It’s time for me to offend about 47 million Americans. As I turned on the news Saturday night, I learned that the federal EBT Program (a.k.a., Food Stamp) had temporarily shut down due to a computer glitch. The television station said it had received many calls about the problem, and it interviewed several people who were panic-stricken about not being able to use their benefits. I’ve been fortunate. I have never gone a day of my adult life without a job or enough to eat, and I’m all but certain my cabinets at home have never been so bare that I couldn’t find something to fix. Perhaps that makes me a little too naive to say this, but I was amazed at how upset people were getting. Sure it was Saturday and a lot of people, myself included, do a lot of our shopping that day. But this was an inconvenience, not a crisis. One well-known chain, at some of its southern U.S. stores, went ahead and allowed people to use their cards without the limit that running it through the computer sets. What happened? It was basically a mob mentality of people running hundreds of dollars worth of charges that they were not entitled to on their cards. According to a Good Morning America report, Louisiana officials are trying to decide what to do about families who, according to a local police chief, were purchasing more food than any household could store in a refrigerator. The report added that, when an announcement was made that limits were restored, people left grocery carts loaded with food in the aisles. Fortunately there were no such reports in Iowa. But just the fact that it happened at all shows the irresponsibility that some members of our society have come to. EBT has a purpose ... to feed those who truly need it. It’s hard not to support helping those who truly cannot fare for themselves. But then you hear stories like this, or one about people buying cartons of pop with their government-issued cards, dumping it out, returning the cans and then using that money to buy booze and cigarettes, and you realize that there is a problem. Administrators of the EBT program can track those who abused it by purchasing more than they were entitled to. This was not an accident — people were criminally abusing the system. The best solution, it seems, would be to penalize those who abused the system up to the amount they stole by simply withholding their benefits. After all, they should have plenty of food around.

Driver’s License Station Hours Wednesday and Thursday

Grundy County Treasurer’s Office, Grundy Center Telephone: (319) 824-1212 Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Driving tests by appointment only)

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Butler County Treasurer’s Office, Allison Telephone: (319) 267-2145 Hours: 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Driving Thursday by appointment, 1 - 3 p.m.)

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Hardin County Treasurer’s Office, Eldora Telephone: (641) 939-8238 Hours: 9 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. (Driving tests by appointment)

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Driver’s License Station, 103 Crossroads Center, Waterloo Telephone: (319) 235-0902 – A Full-Service Site Hours: Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Wednesday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Closed Monday.

Grassley Q & A: Farm Safety Question: Why should people pay attention to National Farm Safety and Health Week? Answer: One of the busiest seasons of the year is fast approaching in Iowa. Heads of household can breathe a sigh of relief. It’s not yet tax season. Over the course of the next couple of months, tens of thousands of Iowa farmers, hired hands and grain haulers will harvest more than 22 million acres of crops. Our state’s economy and heritage is heavily anchored in agriculture. When the fall harvest hits, it’s good for Iowans to have a bit more patience behind the wheel when sharing the road with farm traffic. It’s the perfect time to emphasize to new drivers that the fluorescent orange emblem on the rear of a vehicle means to slow down. And, it never hurts to make a mental note to appreciate the grain making its way to market is not only a farm family’s livelihood. It’s helping to fuel, clothe and feed America, all the while invigorating the local economy. For generations, farm families have understood the risk that comes with earning a living from the land, tending livestock and fixing what’s broken, from fences to heavy machinery. On a daily basis, farm safety is key to survival and livelihood. Farm families, especially those with young children, understand that safety is a high priority all 365 days of the year. National Farm Safety and Health Week, Sept. 15-21, helps to draw attention to environmental safety, workplace precautions and emergency response practices that farming communities can put in place to keep families and their neighbors safe and sound. Whether we live on the farm or in a town or city, it’s a good reminder to take farm safety seriously. Question: What precautions are recommended? Answer: As a farmer, I appreciate the job pressures that are handed down from one generation to the next. During harvest season, farmers put in even longer hours and must deal with seemingly endless equipment breakdowns and uncooperative weather. Just consider the drought that has spread across nearly 42 percent of the state, impacting crop yields and adding more stress to a farmer’s worries. Injuries and illnesses also add to the uncertainty. According to Farm Safety For Just Kids, a national farm safety organization based in Iowa, farmers are advised to secure the slow moving vehicle emblem on their farm equipment. Be sure it’s clean and visible. Be mindful of flowing grain suffocation hazards while unloading in bins and wagons. Take advantage of rollover protection, especially for older tractors. Staying alert and getting enough sleep is perhaps the cheapest advice, but also the hardest to follow during the harvest season. It’s tempting to take short cuts or avoid a safety precaution when time seems more important. Remember a golden rule of farming: It’s better to be safe than sorry. Taking common sense precautions will help yield a safe, bountiful harvest. In school or at home, the newspaper is a textbook for life. Encourage your children to make reading the newspaper a part of their everyday routine for lifelong learning.

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Calendar of events Grundy Community Center Thursday October 17

Friday October 18

• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking. 7 a.m. - 12 noon, Wilts Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room Blood Drive, 12:30 p.m., Wilts Room • Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts Room Exercise, 9 a.m., Legion Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m, Legion Room 10:30 a.m., Bingo

Sunday October 20

• Grundy Comm. Center – Orchard Hill Church, 9:45 a.m., Legion Room

Monday October 21

• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts Room Exercise, 9 a.m., Legion Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room

Tuesday October 22

• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts Room Potters Hearing Aids, 9 a.m., Office 10:30 a.m., Bingo 11 a.m., Lois Diehl on the piano Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room Grundy County Extension, 6 p.m., Legion Room

Wednesday October 23

• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts Room Exercise, 9 a.m., Legion Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room

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Rust receives service award Harvin Rust, right, received a certificate from the Grundy County Board of Supervisors and Chairman Jim Ross Monday for his 20 years of service to the county. Rust is a mechanic at the Secondary Roads shop in Grundy Center. (Courtesy photo)

Hoover receives service award James Hoover, right, received a certificate from the Grundy County Board of Supervisors and Chairman Jim Ross Monday for his five years of service to the county. Hoover is a truck driver for the Secondary Roads Department. (Courtesy photo)

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Local student receives national honor Free Smart Choice Health Insurance GRUNDY CENTER — The program to be held October 28 National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) has announced that Grundy Center High School student Abigail Taylor has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The NSHSS recognizers top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. "On behalf of the NSHSS, I am honored to recognize the hard work, sacrifice and commitment that Abigail has demonstrated to achieve this exceptional level of academic excellence," Claes Nobel, a senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes, said. "Abigail is now a member of a unique community of scholars — a community that recognizes the very best hope for the future."

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Leadership Team Please turn in your Team budget to Steve Brunk this week. Team reports for the last 6 months are to be turned in to Steve by October 27 to be compiled for the Fall Forum on November 3. Agenda items are to be posted by October 20. Friendly Forum Meet at 12 noon in Eldora on October 19 at Eldora Pizza and Steak House east of the courthouse. Each person will be responsible for their own bill. Please RSVP to Marlene Dickerson or Alice Draper. Think on your favorite fall activity or Halloween event to share with the group. Marriage Question We will be holding meetings prior to the Fall Forum for small group discussion. Plan on choosing one meeting to attend. Small groups will be held on October 16, 20, 23, and 27. Wednesday groups will begin at 7 pm, Sunday groups after potluck. There may be some action taken at the Fall Forum on November 3 to define where we as a congregation stand on marriage issues.

Friday, October 18 — Spanish Beef Patty, O’Brien Potatoes, Ranch Beans, Wheat Bread/Margarine, Tropical Fruit Monday, October 21 — Roast Beef with Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Italian Vegetables, Wheat Roll/Margarine, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday, October 22 — Potato Crusted Fish, Rice Florentine, Capri Vegetables, Multi Grain Bread/Margarine, Fresh Fruit, Tartar Sauce Wednesday, October 23— Smothered Liver with Onions, O’Brien Whipped Potatoes, Green Beans with Tomatoes and Onion, Multi Grain Bread/Margarine, Fruited Gelatin Thursday, October 24— Italian Style Pork, Red Potatoes, Seasoned Carrots, Wheat Bread/Margarine, Cinnamon Applesauce Each meal includes milk. All meals must be ordered by 9 a.m. the day before receiving a meal. For more information, to reserve a place or order a meal, call the Grundy Center Senior Center at (319) 824-3843.

Center Theatre’s Reel-to-Reel Showing at the Center Theatre on Friday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. will be suspense/thriller Prisoners, starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Melissa Leo. This movie is rated R for violence, running approximately 145 minutes in length. There will be no 7:30 show this week due to auditorium renovations. THERE WILL BE NO MATINEES THIS WEEKEND. Hugh Jackman’s newest exceptional thriller Prisoners asks the question ‘how far would you go to protect your child?’ Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) is facing every parent's worst nightmare. His sixyear-old daughter, Anna, is missing, together with her young friend, Joy, and as minutes turn to hours, panic sets in. The only lead is a dilapidated RV that had earlier been parked on their street. Heading the investigation, Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) arrests its driver, Alex Jones

(Paul Dano), but a lack of evidence forces the only suspect's release. Knowing his child's life is at stake, the frantic Dover decides he has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. The desperate father will do whatever it takes to find the girls, but in doing so, he may lose himself, begging the question: When do you cross the line between seeking justice and becoming a vigilante? Rated R for the violent subject matter of abducted children, Prisoners is a suspense/thriller that takes you on an adrenaline ride through the twisting plot leading to a shocker conclusion. For the most up-to-date movie information, please check out our new website at www.grundycentertheatre.com. If you are interested in gift certificates to the Center Theatre, they may be purchased at GNB bank locations during the day or at the Center Theatre during evening business hours.

Do you need information to help you make a smart choice about health insurance? ISU Grundy County Extension and Outreach, in partnership with Kling Memorial Library and Dike Public Library will be offering FREE Extension programs which will address key health insurance terms and concepts, thinking about your health care needs, comparing policies, the new health insurance marketplace, premium tax credits and other cost reductions. The programs will be led by Brenda Schmitt, Extension Family Finance specialist, and will be non-commercial and non-political. They will introduce the new Health Insurance Marketplace – what it is and how to use it and will describe the cost reductions available to many Iowans through the Marketplace. Participants will also build information and skills for choosing a health insurance policy that fits their needs. This program will be held at two locations on October 28. Program to be held at Kling Memorial Library in Grundy Center from 2-4 p.m. and Dike Public Library from 6-8 p.m. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. One in 10 Iowans lives without health insurance. Health care insur-

ance is one way to manage the risk of financial loss and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is intended to expand affordable health care coverage to all Americans. Starting January 1, 2014, under the terms of the ACA, Americans will be required to purchase health insurance or pay a fine. However, 43 percent of Americans who are currently uninsured are unaware of this provision of the law. Recognizing the 334,200 Iowans who are uninsured and who will need assistance with understanding the complexities of health insurance coverage, ISUEO plans to leverage the Smart Choice program to improve health insurance literacy. This program will be held free of charge for participants thanks to the generous partnership of Kling Memorial Library, Dike Public Library and the Grundy County Extension and Outreach office. To register for either the Kling Memorial Library location from 2-4 p.m. or the Dike Public Library location from 6-8 p.m. please call Shari at the Grundy County Extension office at 319-8246979 or e-mail sellbakk@iastate. edu. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.

Chimney Rock and Independence Rock By SUE ECKHOFF Grundy County Heritage Museum Geographically, Chimney Rock is a 300’ high rock formation in Western Nebraska. It is known as the most famous landmark on the Oregon and Mormon trail. The trails were first used by fur traders, however settlers began moving west in the search for free land and a better life. In 1849 when gold was discovered in California, thousands of “Forty-niners”, rushed across the continent, about 350,000 of them passing by Chimney Rock. Nearly all of the pioneer travel diaries mention Chimney Rock. One traveler wrote “it was the most remarkable thing I ever saw”; while another thought it was “well worth a visit across the Plains to see.” Chimney Rock was considered both an ending place and a starting place. It marked the end of the “easiest” part of traveler’s journey west, the flat terrain and the prairie. However they knew that once they had passed Chimney Rock, they started upwards towards the most difficult and dangerous part of the journey, crossing the mountains. Many passerby’s were compelled to carve their names on Chimney Rock, although the inscriptions didn’t last long, the weather obliterating most of them in short order. Further west, Independence Rock is a large granite rock, approximately 130 feet high, 190 feet long, and 850 feet wide. It is located in

the high plateau region of central Wyoming. This was a prominent and well known landmark on the Oregon Trail. Independence Rock derives its name from the fact that it lies directly on the route of the Emigrant Trail that parties bound for either Oregon or California travelled. They left the Missouri River in early spring and would attempt to reach Independence Rock by July 4, Independence Day, in order to reach their destinations before the first mountain snowfalls. Approaching Independence Rock, many thought it looked like a huge whale from a distance. The site was a popular camping spot for the emigrants and one noted the surface of the rock was covered with the names of travelers, traders, trappers, and emigrants, engraved on every part. It was also referred to as the “Great Register of the Desert”. Names were placed on it by painting them with wagon grease or tar, or a combination of buffalo grease and glue. Many of the emigrants carved their names on the rock, but there is also the theory that several stone carvers set up shop on the rock and charged a small fee to carve names into it. This would seemingly explain the fact that some names appear to be from the same hand and are professional looking. Some have flaked off or become obscure, but despite this, thousands of names remain to the delight of those who climb the rock.

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Grundy NEWS Register

Grundy County Magistrate Court Kenneth Earl Dahms, Gladbrook, Open container (driver over 21), $330; Kenneth Earl Dahms, Gladbrook, Speeding 55 or under zone (16-20 over), $181.50; Christopher Allan Kragnes, Des Moines, Dark window/windshield, $127.50; Cheyanne Marie Farrington, Sumner, Failure to maintain control, $270; James Lee Roberts, Webster City, Failure to maintain control, $270; Lori Ann Vandermaten, Fort Dodge, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Michael Ryan Holtan, Des Moines, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Stanley John Tuve, Parkersburg, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Patrick T. Burke, Wauconda, Ill., Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Dakota M.R. Nicolaus, Dunkerton, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Jamie Sue Holkan, Aplington, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $141; Kristen Lachelle Price, Fort Dodge, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Elizabeth Ann Frame, Apple Valley, Minn, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Joseph Mauro, Chicago, Ill, Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $222; Brian Lee Irwin, Litchfield, Ill, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Elizabeth Ann Vogt, Mason City, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Shawna Marie Gann, Humboldt, Tenn., Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Peter Paul Matthews, Sutherland, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $141; Patrick Leon Murphy, Newell, Unsafe approach to certain stationary vehicle, $262.50; Jennifer Anne Brown, Ackley, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Jordan Hunter Dolash, Conrad, Speeding 55 or under zone (more than 20 over), $310.50; Julie Johnson, Grundy Center, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Shane David Merry, Wellsburg, No valid driver’s license, $472.50; Junior Alfred Ayer Prusha, Union, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Junior Alfred Ayer Prusha, Union, No valid driver’s license, $335; Edmund T. Anderson, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $148.50 Tiffany Mari Plagman, Marathon, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $120; Chance Collister Sieh, Reinbeck, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Michael Albin Rotering, Winona, Minn., Failure to maintain safety belts, $127.50; Noel Marie Saak, Grundy Center, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Kimberly Kay Sorenson, Norwalk, Speeding 55 or under zone (1-5 over), $87; Judith Marie Anderson, Muskogee, Okla., Speeding 55 or under zone (1-5 over), $87; Gary B. Elliott, Eldora, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; Christopher Michael Schellingrhout, St. Peters, Mo., Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Danita Y. Briggs, Milwaukee, Wis., Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Lisa Sue Christians, Iowa Falls, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $119; Brian S. Gill, New Berlin, Wis., Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $168; Edna Ellen Conn, Waterloo, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114;

Leeza Marie Andrews, Waterloo, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Angela Diane West, Bayminette, Ala., Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Angela Diane West, Bayminette, Ala., No valid driver’s license, $330; Janilla Rachel Booth, Bondurant, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Joel Alan Vanderwerff, Des Moines, Speeding over 55 zone (1115 over), $168; Tim Alan Sauer, Waukee, Failure to carry insurance card, $174; Rebecca H. White, Lenexa, Kan., Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; James Lowell Sharp, Conrad, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; John David Burton, Walkerton, Ind., Following too close (trucks and towing vehicles), $200; Jay C. Derr, DeForest, Wis., Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $119; Maria Emily Johson, Clemons, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Zachary Allen Less, North Liberty, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Ngun Bik, Houston, Texas, Open containder (passenger over 21), $335; Brent Michael Boerm, Toledo, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Steve Jessup, Grundy Center, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Leonard J. Kennedy, Grundy Center, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Jacob Wayne Mulder, Parkersburg, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Austin Warren Peed, Fort Dodge, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $148.50; Jamy Alan Schmidt, Marion, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $119; Brian Arthur Thompson, Cedar Falls, Speeding 55 or under zone (610 over), $119; Jennifer Beth Penwell, Cliver, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Clyde C. Noyes, Craig, Neb., Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $168; Taylor Carl Ringgenberg, Ames, Speeding 55 or under zone (1-5 over), $87; Allen W. Franck, Albany, Ill., Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; Robert B. Allen, Medinah, Ill., Failure to comply with safety regulations and rules, $127.50; James Rudolph Ruzicka, Grundy Center, Maximum gross weight violation, $1,477.50; James Rudolph Ruzicka, Grundy Center, Maximum gross weight violation, $89.50; Jill Arlene Koppen-Lauterbach, Gladbrook, Speeding 55 or under zone (16-20 over), $181.50 James Rudolph Ruzicka, Grundy Center, Maximum gross weight violation, $164.63; Kristen Ruth Murphy, Cedar Falls, Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $168; Zachary Thomas Johnson, Grundy Center, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Michael Anthony Mallaro, Cedar Falls, Speeding 55 or under zone (610 over), $119; Thomas L. Rothschadl, Lena, Ill., Presence of alcohol – CMV, $127.50; Thomas L. Rothschadl, Lena, Ill., Maximum hours of service violation, $127.50; Thomas L. Rothschadl, Lena, Ill., Failure to comply with safety regulations and rules, $127.50; Seth Eric Van Wert, Grundy Center, Failure to maintain control, $200; Kimberly Marissa Brown, Marshalltown, Speeding 55 or under zone (16-20 over), $186.50; Kimberly Marissa Brown,

Marshalltown, Violation financial libility coverage, $402.50; Dragana Forcan, Des Moines, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $119; James Lee Gossling, Waterloo, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $119; Libby Kirsten Naeve, Runnells, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Stephanie Kay Ploeger, Des Moines, Speeding over 55 zone (610 over), $119; David Louis Dick, Schaller, Failure to maintain safety belts, $127.50; Daniel Joseph Torrence, Bondurant, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; Alyssa J Feldman, Haverhill, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; Debra Sue Mensen, Earlville, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Malanee Dale Farrell, Milford, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Michael Wayne Simpson, Parkersburg, Operation without registration, $127.50; John Arnold Weatherford, Parkersburg, Failure to maintain seat belts, $127.50; Alyssa Ann Gill, Independence, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Kaelee Micheal Ann Stephens, Dubuque, Speeding over 55 zone (1-5 over), $87; Andrew M. Grapp, Woodward, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $119; Isaac William C. Hopkins, Van Horne, Speeding over 55 zone (1620 over), $181.50 Wayne Maurice Donald, Brooklyn Park, Minn, Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $168; Christopher Bradley Elliott, Indianapolis, Ind., Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $181.50; Christopher Bradley Elliott, Indianapolis, Ind., No valid driver’s license, $330; Crystal Ann Hartkopp, Parkersburg, Operation without registration, $127.50; James Russell Unrau, Colleyville, Texas, Speeding over 55 zone (6-10 over), $114; Jane M. Thrasher, Parkersburg, Speeding 55 or under zone (1-5 over), $87; Adri Jo Sietstra, Sheldon, Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $168; Robert Calvin Speirs, Traer, Speeding 55 or under zone (11-15 over), $168; Kolawole Osa Olagunju, Atlanta, Ga., Maximum hours of service violation, $127.50; Randall Ralph Richards, Evansdale, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Betsy Lynn Kuecker, Eldora, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Stacy Lynn Nelson, Rogers, Minn., Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Eshay Abakr Omer Moustafa, Des Moines, Speeding over 55 zone (610 over), $119; Thomas Rooney, Hampton, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; Keshia May Baethke, New Hartford, Passing contrary to highway sign/marking, $195; Lacey Lynn Boffeli, Cascade, Speeding over 55 zone (11-15 over), $168; Dilbert Gene Jungling, Reinbeck, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $114; Larry Dean Schipper, Aplington, Speeding 55 or under zone (6-10 over), $119; Misty Rose Black, Altoona, Speed, $127.50; Howard Dale Thomas, Independence, Speed, $168; Josie Manning McMartin, Grundy Center, Speed, $87; Barbara Lynn Swieter, Parkersburg, Speed, $114.

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GCMH again recognized as top Critical Access Hospital

GRUNDY CENTER — Grundy County Memorial Hospital (GCMH) is one of the country’s Top 20 Most Recommended Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), according to recognition received from the National Rural Health Association at its critical access hospital conference in Austin, Texas. The award marks the second year in a row that GCMH has been named to the Top 20 list, based on surveys returned by patients who say they would ‘highly recommend’ the hospital services of GCMH to a friend or family member. Survey information from more than 1,300 critical access hospitals was reviewed for the award, and the Grundy County hospital was one of only two Iowa hospitals among the Top 20 ‘Most Recommended.’ The National Rural Health Association is a nonprofit organization working to improve the health and well-being of rural Americans, and providing leadership on health issues specific to rural communities. The Long Term Care facility of the hospital also received recognition recently, as the recipient of an Excellence in the Workplace Award from Leading Age Iowa. The award was accepted by Long Term Care director Linda Larson and several staff members, in recognition of the long term care center’s effectiveness in fostering and advancing a healthy workplace culture. Larson says the Leading Age award demonstrates that the Long Term Care facility’s commitment

Grundy County Memorial Hospital (GCMH) in Grundy Center has been honored as one of Top 20 Most Recommended rural hospitals in the country. GCMH Chief Financial Officer Lisa Zinkula is shown accepting the award from Alan Morgan, President and CEO of the National Rural Health Association, at the NRHA conference in Austin recently. to invest in its staff and workplace environment is appreciated by employees and is reflected in the delivery of quality care for their fifty-four residents. Leading Age Iowa is an advocacy

group for the health care services offered to aging Iowans, and it recognizes innovation in aging services and excellence in the workplace annually.

The Grundy County Memorial Hospital Long Term Care was honored with an Excellence in the Workplace award from Leading Age Iowa, an advocacy group of aging services. From left, Long Term Care employees Kim Graham, Kristy Johnson, Diane Morey, Mindy Schmidt, Amber Elsberry, Heather Smith, Paula Grieves, and Stacy Beachler, are pictured with LTC Director, Linda Larson, right.

Grundy County District Court Derrick William Taylor, 25, Grundy Center, Unauthorized use of credit card. Thirty days jail (with credit for time served, All but nine days suspended), $625 fine (suspended), $218.75 court surcharge (suspended), 1-2 years supervised probation, Pay $600 court-appointed attorney fees. Joseph Allan Griffith, 53, Cedar Falls, Assault. Deferred Judgement — 1-year self probation, $200 fine, $86.61 court costs plus accruing, $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, No-contact order modified to remain in effect for five years. Jack Miller Brandt, 56, Reinbeck, Public intoxication. $100 fine, $35 court surcharge, $60 court costs. Richard Lee Sampson, 50, Hastings, Mich., Possession of Marijuana. Deferred judgement — 180 days self-probation, $150 fine, $100 court costs, $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, Complete substance abuse evaluation. Noah Robert Sanderson, 33, Conrad, Public intoxication (second offense). $315 fine, $110.25 court surcharge, 12 days jail (with credit for time served), Complete substance abuse evaluation.

Kenneth E. Dahms, 61, Gladbrook, Operating While Intoxicated. Deferred sentence — One-year self-probation, Complete course for drinking drivers, $625 fine, $100 court costs, Complete substance abuse evaluation. Carol Elaine Drewelow, 62, Parkersburg, Fifth-degree theft. $65 fine, $22.75 court surcharge, $103.81 court costs, $23.44 victim restitution. Zachary Paul Nickel, 24, Traer, Contempt — Violation of no-contact order. Seven days jail (with credit for time served), $200 fine, $70 court surcharge, $76.50 court costs. Marriage Dissolution Justin J. Graham, Aplington (Petitioner); Kimberly Jean Graham, Grundy Center (Respondent). Marriage Licenses Shay Arthur Wical, Grundy Center; Lindsey Marie Hartke, Grundy Center. Married in Hardin County. Xavier Thomas Collins, Union; Kellie JoAnn Olson, Conrad. Marries in Conrad. Elizabeth Ann Engelkes, Waterloo; Charles William Clayton, Waterloo. Married in Lincoln.

Grundy County Sheriff’s Department Jeffrey Flowers, age 41, Garwin, was arrested October 3 at 5:50 a.m. on 310th Street east of M Avenue on a Marshalltown PD warrant charging him with Theft5th. Released to Marshall County authorities. Arrested by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Vicki Clark, age 50, Grundy Center, was arrested October 3 at 12:30 p.m. at the Sheriff’s Office on Marshall County warrants charging her with Prohibited Acts For Controlled Substance and Theft 5th. She was released to Marshall County authorities. Arrested by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Clay Clubine, age 19, Conrad, was arrested October 5 at 10:23 p.m. in Conrad and charged with Public Intoxication 1st. Released on a promise to appear. Arrested by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Christian Kelsey, age 18, Gladbrook, was arrested October 5 at 11:45 p.m. on 270th Street east of U Avenue and charged with Public Intoxication 1st. Released on a promise to appear. Arrested by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office.

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Dates for Dike Thursday, October 17 Cross Country Districts 6 pm Football 9th grade JH VB at AGWSR JH FB at Jesup Friday, October 18 7 pm football at Dike Saturday, October 19 9 am VB at Lewis Central 9am VB JV at Dike 10 am CC conf HS and JH at Reinbeck Sunday, October 20 Local Church services Monday, October 21 6 pm JV FB at Dike 6pm DEPO 7 PM board meeting Tuesday, October 22 7pm HS Music Concert Wednesday, October 23 Early dismissal VB regionals

October 25 Bridge Luncheon

The Bridge Ladies of Dike are sponsoring a day of Bridge, lunch and more Bridge. The event will take place at the Dike Public Library starting at 10 am. Bridge will start promptly at 10 a.m. and lunch will be served when we have time and then more bridge. Advance reservations are necessary so call Pat Boe at 319- 4156061 and make your intentions known before October 21. If you play bridge and want a fun day with friendly bridge players, come join the fun. Make your reservations today.

Grundy Center

Bethany Presbyterian Church Tom & Jean Bower, Pastors 319-824-5471 10:00 a.m. Worship Service First Baptist Church 319-824-3324 www.firstbaptistgrundycenter.com 9:15 a.m., Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service 6:30 p.m. Evening Service First Presbyterian Church Rev. Mike Campbell, Pastor Rev. Sheryl Campbell, Parish Associate 319-824-3152 9:00 a.m. Worship Service United Methodist Church Phil Dicks, Pastor 319-825-5408 9 a.m. Worship Service 10:15 a.m. Adult Study at AP 10:15 a.m. Pastor led Bible Study in FH Orchard Hill Church (Center Theatre) 319-824-3039 9:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Worship Service Orchard Hill - Lincoln Center Jesse Henkle, Host Pastor 319-824-6178 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School

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Colfax Center Presbyterian Eric Duble, Interim Pastor 319-824-5231 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 Sunday School Pleasant Valley Reformed Church Rev. Rick Vollema 319-346-1090 9 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Discussion Group

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East Friesland Presbyterian Lynn Arends, Supply Pastor 641-847-2896 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Faith Presbyterian Church 641-847-3188 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School

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Birthdays Thursday, October 17: Dylan Toben Friday, October 18: Agnes Biersner, Jim Jansen Saturday, October 19: Jan Klar, Michael Weidemann, Shane Lopez Sunday, October 20: Jessi Niedert, Alyse Knudsen, Zeb Stanbrough Monday, October 21: Heather Rekers, Mary Cordes, Mike McCarter, Kara Sires, Josh Lizer Tuesda,y October 22: Jan Sloth, Lois DeBerg Wednesday, October 23: Gavin Dudden, Mary Mommer, Joe Becker, Jill Konken, James Loger, Jordon Michaelsen, Rich Stampe Thursday, October 24: Alec Johnson

Walking for ‘Imagine no Malaria’ Iowa DOT presents The Dike United Methodist Church walkers are walking for "Imagine No Malaria." The Sunday School kids have been collecting donations to buy mosquito nets for the kids in Africa. They have sold t shirts that read 10th anniversary of "This Bites" with a picture of the mosquito. On Sunday approximately 30 kids and adults took a walk around Transportation in Iowa the Grundy County Lake to show off those shirts and campaign for donations. On Monday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. the Dike Public Library will host Andy Loonan, Iowa Department of Transportation Librarian, who will discuss the 100 year history of transportation in the state of Iowa. He will look at all aspects of transportation such as rail, road, automobiles, routes, etc. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required. Please contact the library at 319989-2608 for more information and to register. More on this important lecture can be found at the DOT website at http://www.iowadot.gov/history/ home.html.

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Church Worship Services

American Lutheran Church Luther Thoresen Pastor 319-824-3557 8:45 a.m. Worship Service www.alcgc.org

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First Christian Reformed Thomas Vos, Pastor 641-869-3305 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Pleasant Valley United Methodist Dot Geersema, Pastor 641-869-3637 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship Reformed Church 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 Sunday School 6:30 p.m. Evening Bible Study St. John Lutheran Church 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:45 Sunday School & Bible Class St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran 641-869-3992 8:15 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service St. Peter’s Country Church Rev. Michael McLane, Pastor 563-581-2866 8 a.m. Morning Worship United Reformed Church Matthew Nuiver, Pastor 641-869-3633 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 Sunday School 7 p.m. Evening Worship Steamboat Rock Baptist Church Harrison Lippert, Pastor Bryce Roskens, Associate Pastor 8:45 a.m. Traditional Service 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Contemporary Service

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United Methodist Church Dan Ridnouer, Pastor 319-989-2535 9 a.m. Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Worship Service Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Mark Decker, Pastor 319-988-3967 9 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School Fredsville Lutheran Church Rev. Lisa Dietrich, Pastor 319-989-2065 8:15 a.m. Adult Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School

Liberty Baptist Church (GARBC) Dennis Sanders, Pastor 319-989-2141 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Evening Praise Service

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United Methodist Church 641-366-2142 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship

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Alice Church of God James Snare, Pastor 641-623-5641 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service First Presbyterian Church Kerry Carson, Pastor 641-366-2342 8:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Fellowship United Methodist Church Jennifer Daniel, Pastor 641-366-2325 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship

area CHurCHes

Holy Family Catholic Parish Rev. David Kucera 319-345-2006 Mass: 5:30 p.m., Sat. - Parkersburg 9:30 a.m., Sunday - Reinbeck Salem Church of Lincoln Rev. Barb Muhs, Pastor 641-473-2450 9:25 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Bethel Reformed Church 319-347-6219 9 a.m. Worship Service 10 a.m. Sunday School Ivester Church of the Brethren Co-Pastors Katie & Parker Thompson 641-858-3879 9:30 a.m. Christian Education 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Noon potluck Reformed Church of Stout David VanderLeest, Pastor 319-346-1487 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:45 Sunday School

Start Somewhere Walk On Wednesday, Oct. 9, the track at DNH and at New Hartford Junior High, walkers took part in the Start

Somewhere Walk. The 1,000 meter walk, 2 1/2 times around the track, was the perfect way to start your morning and/or your first year of participating in the Healthiest State Walk. This could have been the start of something big for all of us who just say we want to get more healthy. Thanks for helping to make Iowans improve the rankings in the Healthiest State in the Nation.

Drive Nicely

I have been teaching defensive driving classes as a part-time job for more than a decade and I am amazed at how seemingly friendly people can become mean and spiteful behind the wheel. I ask almost every class I teach how it feels to be “tailgated” (having someone drive too closely behind you). The answer is always the same: it feels very aggressive and dangerous and no one likes to be tailgated. When I follow up that question and ask them if they sometimes tailgate others, most of the hands go up. Most people hate to be tailgated but admit tailgating themselves, a clear violation of the golden rule. Something seems to come over us while driving whereby we interpret the actions of others as aggressive and hostile and then we lash out at them. Our driving behavior, as well as our state of mind while driving says something about the kind of people we are, and points to aspects of our character that we need to work on. Do we give others the benefit of the doubt when driving and try to be considerate of them, letting them into our lane, for instance, when we see their blinker is on and they are trying to get over, or do we think only of ourselves when driving? We should consider what our style of driving says about us and the areas of our life we may need to work on. – Christopher Simon

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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Grundy County Memorial Hospital 1St Quarter Report 07/01/2013-09/30/2013 Vendor.................................................. Amount 3M Health Information ......................... $284.38 4Imprint............................................. $2,108.67 A Kleen Towel Service .................... $31,095.49 Aaham Hawkeye Chapter ..................... $80.00 Abbott Nutrition .................................... $501.68 Advanced Diagnostic Service............ $4,849.50 Advanced Water .................................. $522.50 Advantage Companies Llc ............... $1,347.37 Air Distributors Company.................. $6,137.50 Airgas Usa, Llc.................................. $5,832.50 Alco Sales and Service Co .................. $224.85 Alcon Laboratories, Inc........................... $82.00 Alere North America Inc ................... $6,290.19 Alimed Inc ............................................ $307.27 Allen College .................................... $3,840.00 Allen Memorial Hospital ................ $377,528.82 Allen Occupational Health................. $3,858.00 American Bottling Company................. $392.26 American Proficency Ins ................... $3,436.20 Anderson Erickson Dairy .................. $2,795.00 Anderson, Daryl ..................................... $84.00 Anderson, Dean .................................... $85.00 Anthony D Carter Do Pc ................... $3,600.00 Apollo Corporation ................................. $71.00 Arjo Huntleigh Inc ............................. $1,261.76 Arthrex Inc ........................................ $1,015.00 Assn Of Nutrition and Food.................. $145.00 Atlas Van Lines .................................... $729.00 Automated Systems Company............. $410.00 Automatic Door Group ......................... $361.00 Avadyne Health .............................. $24,375.09 Babinat, Deb .......................................... $45.42 Bacon, Renita ...................................... $159.66 Badura, Cheryl..................................... $910.00 Bakker, Charlotte ................................. $136.17 Bcluw Sports Boosters ........................ $150.00 Beauchamp, Jerry.................................. $50.00 Beckman Coulter Inc ........................ $3,221.05 Beem, Hollie ........................................ $538.83 Bergstrom, Jim T.................................... $65.00 Beyond Pink Team ............................... $100.00 Bio Rad Laboratories, Inc.................. $4,378.38 Black Hawk Area Acls .......................... $675.00 Black Hawk Sprinklers ......................... $568.78 Black Hills Energy .......................... $13,897.12 Blackbaud ......................................... $2,477.77 Blooming Designs ............................... $222.00 Bluestone Engineering...................... $1,465.00 Blythe, Lynn ........................................... $39.55 Bob's Farm Center, Inc. ....................... $882.86 Bracco .............................................. $1,177.80 Briggs Corporation ................................ $59.30 Buck and Buck, Inc. .......................... $1,251.50 Buskohl, Craig ..................................... $223.32 Buskohl, Sharlene.................................. $60.00 Busma, Troy .......................................... $34.19 Campbell, James R ............................... $38.65 Cardiac Science Corp ......................... $590.65 Cardinal Health ............................... $65,714.32 Carefusion Solutions....................... $15,564.00 Carepro Home Infusion..................... $9,037.56 Carstens ................................................ $73.65 Casey .................................................... $50.00 Cassling .......................................... $16,000.00 Cdr ....................................................... $120.00 Cdw Government Llc......................... $7,212.39 Cedar Valley Fitness ............................ $417.25 Cedar Valley Medical Specialists....... $3,741.56 Central Iowa Hospital Corp............... $1,057.50 Centurion Medical Products................. $223.56 Christie Door Company .................... $1,103.00 Cleveland Design Co. Llc..................... $765.00 Clia Laboratory Program .................. $1,550.00 Clia Waived.com ............................... $1,216.20 Coca Cola Bottling Co ......................... $503.52 Coffey Communications.................... $2,123.56 Combustion Control .......................... $1,552.40 Compressed Air and Equipment........... $143.73 Computer Programs Systems Inc... $14,807.00 Conrads, Jeannie .................................. $40.00 Courier Communications ..................... $499.00 Creative Solutions Unlimited................ $282.59 Crest Healthcare Supply........................ $89.68 Crestline Specialties ............................ $349.23 Crystal Petersen .................................. $242.16 Curbell Medical Products..................... $118.51 D and L Ice Cream............................... $125.00 Daniels Sharpsmart Inc .................... $2,074.48 Dardis Communications.................... $1,750.00 Datex-Ohmeda .................................... $448.20 Dell Marketing L.p........................... $41,376.61 Dickson ................................................ $274.00 Dike-New Hartford High ...................... $100.00 Direct Appliance and Tv ....................... $149.00 Direct Supply .................................... $1,139.80 Dj Orthopedics, Llc ........................... $1,388.62 Dnh Booster Club................................. $100.00 Dollar General ..................................... $130.20 Douglas M Cooper Llc..................... $52,372.85 Drug Enforcement Administration......... $731.00 Dusty Hill Farm ...................................... $45.00 Earthgrains Co ................................. $1,652.29 East Central Iowa Acute ................. $76,725.00 Eclipse News Review Ltd .................... $325.00 Edgington, Rachel ............................... $156.00 Ehrig, Barbara ....................................... $17.52 Eilers, Jessica ....................................... $19.04 Ekahau ............................................. $1,288.98 Eldora Newspapers ............................. $207.75 Eldora Rotary Club................................. $50.00 Electrical Engineering........................ $4,871.57 Electronic Engineering ........................ $182.40 Emily Elizabeth Reiners.................... $3,093.75 Emp Inc ............................................ $1,265.86 Eslinger, Dean ....................................... $79.10 Failor Hurley Construction.................... $269.40 Family Foods ....................................... $744.81 Fort, Sara .............................................. $32.21 Frederick Furniture................................. $19.00 Ge Healthcare .................................. $4,055.46 Getinge Usa, Inc. .............................. $2,399.97 Gladbrook Theatre ............................... $275.00 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Boosters............. $200.00 Golden Transfer ................................... $453.40 Goodwin Tucker Group........................ $370.60 Graceland University ........................ $1,000.00 Grundy Center Chamber Commerce... $240.00 Grundy Co Hosp Foundation............. $8,945.34 Grundy County Treasurer .................... $612.00 Grundy Municipal Utilities................ $67,692.30 Grundy National Bank ......................... $472.21 Grundy Office Partners.................... $41,713.80 Hagedorn, David D.o. .......................... $795.00 Halo Branded Solutions ....................... $809.67 Harken, Keely ...................................... $105.77 Hauge Associates ............................. $7,188.31 Hawkeye Alarm and Signal .............. $4,010.00 Health Care Logistics Inc..................... $165.77 Health Enterprises Of Iowa............. $26,760.00 Healthnet Connect L.c. ..................... $1,359.39 Heartland Co-Op ................................. $981.38 Heartland Paper Co........................... $4,147.00 Hill Rom ............................................... $588.37 Home Depot Credit Services................ $513.08 Hometown Pc ...................................... $270.00 Hospira Worldwide Inc ...................... $6,030.51 Huisman, Darla ...................................... $27.80 Iaap ..................................................... $175.00 Ideacom/Cma ................................... $1,411.26 Insight Direct Usa, Inc..................... $17,256.06 Interactivation Health......................... $2,117.00 Interior Viewpoints Llc ......................... $612.13 Intoximeters ........................................... $53.95 Invision ........................................... $17,118.71 Iowa Caregivers Association................ $240.00 Iowa Directors Of Volunteers.................. $75.00 Iowa Health - Des Moines................. $1,066.50 Iowa Health Physician ...................... $7,225.00 Iowa Healthcare Collaborative............. $525.00 Iowa Hospital Association.................. $1,234.00 Iowa Physicians Clinic ...................... $1,437.50 Iowa Water Management Corp.......... $1,275.00 Ip Pathways .................................... $14,379.37 J2 Medical Lp ...................................... $364.00 Jenna Hubbard ................................. $1,080.00 John Craig Vana ............................... $1,347.00 John Deere Financial........................... $533.95 Johnstone Supply Of Waterloo............. $151.07 Kci Usa ............................................. $1,451.18 Kellar, Brian ......................................... $470.81 Kiwanis Club ........................................ $180.00 Konken Electric Inc ......................... $13,831.30 Laboratory Supply Co........................ $2,861.00 Laerdal Medical Corporation................ $739.19 Larson, Linda ....................................... $155.02 Lifeserve Blood Center ..................... $9,683.00 Loffredo Fresh Produce .................... $3,603.18 Ltcswi .................................................. $100.00 Make It Up Facepainting ..................... $187.50

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Malek, Edward ....................................... $50.00 Manly Drug Store ............................. $2,113.17 Marketlab Inc........................................ $578.65 Martin Bros ..................................... $41,537.82 Mastercard ....................................... $6,058.40 Mayo Clinic........................................ $3,096.00 Mc Kesson Health Solution............. $14,096.70 Mdi Achieve, Inc. .............................. $9,286.00 Medcare Products ............................... $364.95 Mediacom ............................................ $279.90 Medical Physics Inc .......................... $2,027.00 Medi-Dose, Inc. ................................... $144.85 Medivators ........................................ $1,250.32 Medrad ............................................. $1,119.00 Medservice Repair, Inc. ....................... $543.61 Mid-America Publishing ....................... $538.06 Midwest Industrial Products.............. $2,858.17 Midwest Sleep Services.................. $22,183.12 Mill Street Produce ................................ $17.50 Miller Window Service ...................... $1,895.00 Mills Financial Marketing...................... $446.25 Moore Wallace ....................................... $31.60 Napa Auto Parts .................................... $26.37 Nuance Communications..................... $685.03 Nucara Pharmacy ................................ $108.48 Nudak Ventures, Llc ....................... $19,305.00 Oak Hill Rehabilitation....................... $5,406.00 Olympus............................................ $3,001.72 Olympus Financial Services.............. $4,704.15 On-Site Inform Destruction................... $218.68 Orkin Pest Control T............................. $110.00 Pamela Ford .......................................... $80.00 Parrot Film Co. Inc............................... $570.00 Patterson Medical ............................. $4,185.59 Pepsi-Cola ........................................ $1,983.10 Peters, Angela ..................................... $159.75 Petersen and Tietz Florist..................... $127.94 Petty Cash ........................................... $195.92 Pharmwaste Technologies.................... $600.00 Philip J. Gould ..................................... $120.00 Pioneer Graphics ................................. $228.52 Pitney Bowes Inc ................................. $707.69 Pitney Bowes Purchase Power......... $1,639.09 Platinum Code ..................................... $145.88 Plumb Supply Co ................................. $477.66 Poling, Kate ............................................. $6.50 Precision Concrete ........................... $5,955.00 Precision Lawn Care and More......... $6,940.61 Precision Test and Balance .............. $1,475.00 Press Ganey Associates .................. $2,496.75 Preuss, Dennis ...................................... $79.10 Primary Systems ............................ $10,378.21 Professional Office Services................ $222.04 Promaco Inc ........................................ $117.74 Proshield Fire Protection...................... $165.00 Radiology Consultants........................... $50.00 Radiometer America Inc ................... $5,362.56 Rf Technologies Inc ............................. $291.46 Ricoh Usa, Inc. ................................. $6,756.81 Rock, Paper, Scissors ...................... $1,977.50 Rogers Automated Entrances........... $1,537.50 Ross Chemical Systems...................... $358.80 Rouse Motor Co Inc ............................ $761.30 S and S Worldwide ................................ $42.52 S and W Healthcare Corp ................... $233.59 Safe Sitter, Inc. .................................... $673.00 Sager, Bill .............................................. $42.50 Sams Club............................................ $635.10 Saxton Inc......................................... $4,500.00 Schildroth, Erin....................................... $43.33 Schumacher Elevator Co .................... $897.75 Scotty's Sanitation ............................ $1,505.91 Scrubs On Wheels, Inc ..................... $1,266.34 Seim Johnson Sestak andQuist...... $25,780.00 Sherwin Williams Co ........................... $111.37 Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics...... $9,106.72 Signs By Tomorrow............................... $260.00 Sizewise Rentals, Llc...................... $10,923.51 Skc Communication Products......... $33,284.62 Smith and Nephew Inc ........................ $380.00 Sourceone Healthcare Technology....... $136.75 Spacelabs Healthcare .................. $472,057.87 Spahn and Rose Lumber Co................ $101.32 Spangenburg, Inc. ................................. $81.23 Special Occasions............................. $1,053.08 St. Gabriel's Church ............................ $350.00 Stahl's Hotronix ................................... $207.50 Staker, Breanna ..................................... $71.25 Standard Coffee Service................... $1,531.05 Star Refrigeration Co............................ $328.50 Stefl Pharmacy Inc ........................... $1,287.50 Sternhagen, Jeff .................................... $30.00 Storey Kenworthy ............................. $5,032.78 Stryker Endoscopy............................ $4,213.32 Stryker Finance ................................ $1,729.56 Stryker Instruments .......................... $8,900.30 Stryker Orthopaedics....................... $19,928.00 Stryker Sales Corp ........................... $1,519.38 Synthes ............................................ $3,146.46 Tama/Grundy Publishing .................. $1,518.84 The Courier ........................................... $58.50 The Des Moines Register ...................... $68.00 The Desk Top ........................................ $35.13 The Print Place .................................... $250.00 Theresa Borcherding ............................. $18.93 Times Republican ................................ $607.40 Timothy Horrigan .............................. $4,800.00 Topaz Systems Inc. ............................... $35.00 Treasurer State Of Iowa ................... $1,760.00 Trinity Health Systems....................... $2,775.00 True Value ........................................... $178.56 Trunck's Country Foods ......................... $80.22 U.s. Postal Service .............................. $200.00 United States Post Office..................... $946.00 Unity Point Health ......................... $592,168.26 Unitypoint Health ................................. $312.13 Universal Hospital Service................... $176.88 Ups ........................................................ $84.40 Usf Healthcare Consulting.................... $720.66 Vervaecke, Amanda L .......................... $395.50 Virtual Radiologic ................................... $27.00 Vital Support Systems ......................... $447.95 Walters, Michelle ................................... $45.77 Wbc Mechanical, Inc ...................... $13,000.00 Weatherby Locums, Inc..................... $5,051.50 Weldon Photography.............................. $74.00 Wenzel, Eric ........................................ $152.31 West Music Company Inc..................... $460.15 Westbrook, Barry ................................. $197.75 Windmill Software Inc........................ $2,196.39 Woebbeking, Laura ............................. $173.63 Woodman Controls Company.............. $540.03 Wright Medical Technology............ $119,542.61 Xygent, Inc...................................... $33,052.80 Young Plumbing and Heating.......... $67,323.00 Yrc Freight ........................................ $1,010.76 Ziesman, Cynthia .................................. $75.00 Zones Inc ........................................ $33,187.36 Leasing Associates Of Barrinton....... $3,005.00 Grundy County Rec........................... $9,062.52 Grand Total................................. $2,847,434.22 42-1

GRUNDY COUNTY LANDFILL COMMISSION Minutes of the meeting held on Thursday, September 12, 2013 Location: Grundy County Courthouse Members Present: Melcher, Chm., Smith, Secretary, Ross, and Rhoads Additional attendee: Schoolman The meeting was called to order at 6:31 pm by Chairman Melcher. The minutes of the August meeting were read and approved on a motion by Rhoads, seconded by Ross On a motion by Ross, seconded by Rhoads, bills were approved totaling $60.00 for the Landfill Closure Fund and $3180.07 for the citizen’s Convenience Center. Business Items: Schoolman reported that the leachate truck is operational after a new fuel pump was installed. One load of leachate was hauled in August and two will be hauled next week. The Grundy Center Sewage Treatment Plant is requiring testing every-other load. Schoolman was assisted by Shane Blythe in pulling the well pump that wasn’t working and getting it going again. All pumps are currently operational. The new well is in. Schoolman has called about pickup of the accumulated tires. Rick Yeager of Midwest Environmental Consulting made a routine visit early in the week of 9/9. The meeting was adjourned on a motion by Rhoads and a second by Smith at 7:12 pm. Respectfully submitted by Barbara Smith, Secretary 42-1

Board of Directors: Annual and Organizational Board Meeting Grundy Center Community School District Wednesday, October 9, 2013 5:00 PM ANNUAL MEETING: The Annual Board Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Grundy Center Community School District was called to order at 5:05 PM in the Board Room at the Administration Building. Roll Call: Present: President Knaack, Directors Venenga, Mackie, Johanns, Mathews Absent: None Administration: Murra, VanderPol, Miller, Lebo, and Ackerman Visitors: John Jensen (Grundy Register), Frank Williams, Rhonda Sternhagen, Brent Ascher, Ron Saak Motion was made by Director Mackie, seconded by Director Johanns, to approve the amended agenda. Motion carried unanimously. President Knaack extended a welcome to all visitors and gave invitation for comment. Mr. VanderPol introduced the principal and teachers visiting from Pewsum, Germany. Motion was made by Director Venenga, seconded by Director Mathews, to approve the minutes of the September 11, 2013 regular meeting and the September 18, 2013 work session. Motion carried unanimously. The Board reviewed the Annual Treasurer Reports. Motion was made by Director Johanns, seconded by Director Mackie, to approve the Certified Annual Report. Motion carried unanimously. Motion was made by Director Mathews, seconded by Director Mackie, to approve the SBRC application for the special education deficit of $93,405.14. Motion carried unanimously. The Board reviewed the September 10, 2013 School Board Election results naming Brent Ascher, Chad Mackie, Kelly Mathews, and Ron Saak as newly elected board members. Motion was made by Director Johanns, seconded by Director Mathews, to adjourn the annual meeting at 5:35 PM. Motion carried unanimously. Superintendent Murra thanked Director Knaack and Director Venenga for their service to the Grundy Center Community Schools. ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING: The Organizational Meeting was called to order at 5:40 PM by Board Secretary Saak. Roll Call: Present: Directors Mackie, Johanns, Mathews, Ascher, and Saak. Absent: None Administration: Murra, VanderPol, Miller, Lebo, and Ackerman Visitors: John Jensen (Grundy Register), Frank Williams, Rhonda Sternhagen The Oath of Office was administered to Directors Ascher, Mackie, Mathews, and Saak. Director Johanns was nominated as Board President. The Oath of Office was administered to President Johanns. Director Mathews and Director Saak were nominated for Board Vice President. The Board voted 3-2 in favor of Director Mathews. The Oath of Office was administered to Vice President Mathews. Motion was made by Director Mathews, seconded by Director Ascher to approve the consent agenda approving the bills for payment as presented. Motion carried unanimously. CORRESPONDENCE OR COMMUNICATIONS: The Board of Education and Superintendent Murra reviewed correspondence and communication items. REPORTS: The Elementary Principal, Secondary Principal, Secondary Assistant Principal, Athletic Director, and Superintendent Reports were presented to the Board of Education and any questions were addressed at this time. NEW BUSINESS: Motion was made by Director Mathews, seconded by Director Mackie to amend the School Board Regular Meeting Policy to state that regular board meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:00 PM in the Administration Building. Motion carried unanimously. Motion was made by Director Saak, seconded by Director Ascher to approve the school board calendar for 2013-2014. Motion carried unanimously. The Board appointed representation to the following committees: School Improvement Advisory Committee - Director Mathews and Director Saak IASB Delegate Assembly - Director Mackie Facilities Committee - Director Ascher and Director Saak Negotiations Committee - Director Mackie and Director Johanns County Board - Director Johanns Grundy Center School Foundation - Director Ascher Wellness Committee - Director Mathews and Secretary Saak The Board reviewed the Teacher Leadership and Compensation Planning Grant that was approved by the Department of Education in the amount of $7,634.75. The Board reviewed the preliminary certified enrollment count. Motion was made by Director Saak, seconded by Director Mackie to approve the fundraising request for October 18, 2013. Motion carried unanimously. Director Mackie excused himself due to a conflict of interest with an early graduation request. Motion was made by Director Mathews, seconded by Director Saak to approve the early graduation request from Deeringer pending the successful completion of all graduation requirements. Motion carried unanimously with Director Mackie absent from voting. Motion was made by Director Mathews, seconded by Director Ascher to approve the early graduation request from McNeil pending the successful completion of all graduation requirements. Motion carried unanimously with Director Mackie absent from voting. Director Mackie rejoined the meeting. Motion was made by Director Saak, seconded by Director Ascher to approve the resignation of Robert Gingery as JH Track Coach . Motion carried unanimously. Motion was made by Director Mackie, seconded by Director Ascher to approve the hiring of Robert Gingery for the JH Basketball Coach position. Motion carried unanimously. Motion was made by Director Mathews, seconded by Director Saak to approve the River Hills Agreement. Motion carried unanimously. Motion was made by Director Saak, seconded by Director Mackie to approve the Edgenuity Agreement. Motion carried unanimously. The Board appointed Director Ascher, Director Saak, Superintendent Murra, and Director of Maintenance Folkedahl to a committee that we create and disperse a request for quote for snow removal. The committee is expected to bring a contract recommendation to the board in November. Motion was made by Director Ascher, seconded by Director Mackie to approve the first read of the Good Conduct Policy. Motion carried unanimously. The board considered upcoming board work sessions and special board meetings. A special board meeting will be held before a work session on November 6, 2013 at 5:00 PM to consider snow removal recommendations. Board work sessions have been set for November 6, 2013 at 5:15 PM and November 20, 2013 to attend the IASB Fall Conference. Motion was made by Director Mackie, seconded by Director Ascher to approve the work sessions and special board meeting. Motion carried unanimously. There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 7:18 PM. GRUNDY CENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ATTEST: Bob Johanns, Board President Stephanie Saak, Board Secretary

Grundy Center Community School District Board Publication October 9, 2013 Aea 267, Professional Fees, ............... $603.11 Ahlers and Cooney, Pc, Legal Service.............. $2,180.63 Anderson Erickson, Nutrition............ $2,055.03 Apple Inc, Institutional, Supplies...... $1,942.00 Apple Textbooks, Supplies.................. $258.41 B and J Vegetables, Nutrition.............. $173.00 Bangasser, Chris, Reimbursement........ $11.97 Bfg Supply, Supplies............................. $272.05 Blackhawk Automatic Sprinklers, Inc.Inspection ............................................................ $155.50 Bmo Harris Mastercard, General Supplies........ ........................................................ $13,543.06 Bonar, Zach, Sports Official................... $70.00 Briggs, Rick, Sports Official................... $70.00 Capital Sanitary Supply, General Supplies........ ............................................................. $262.64 Central Iowa Distributing, Inc, Repair Parts/ Cleaning Supplies............................ $2,267.30 Cooley Pumping, Rental Fees............... $80.00 Creative Sound Productions Llc, Musical Fees. ............................................................. $395.00 Damon, Ken, Sports Official.......................... $Davies, Greg, Sports Official................. $70.00 Decker Sporting Goods, Supplies.... $1,644.50 Delange, Linda, Reimbursement........... $58.84 Dellit, Ron, Sports Official..................... $70.00 Dike-New Hartford Comm School, Entry Fee.... ............................................................. $135.00 Dirks, Dennis, Sports Official............... $165.00 Dodd, Randy, Sports Official................. $70.00 Earthgrains Baking Co’s Inc, Nutrition............... .......................................................... $1,053.24 Eberline, Jerry, Reimbursement.......... $103.99 Ecolab Pest Elimination Division, Pest Control. ............................................................... $77.50 Electric Supply Of Marshalltown, Repair Parts.. ............................................................. $315.00 Family Foods, Supplies....................... $522.47 Folkedahl Plumbing, Repair/Maintenance......... ............................................................. $200.00 Ge Money Bank/Amazon, Textbooks. $1,166.12 George Glove Company Inc, Band Gloves....... ..............................................................$111.07 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Community School, Entry Fee........................................................ $65.00 Google, Inc, Marketing.......................... $21.68 Grainger, Repair Parts......................... $123.54 Graphic Edge, Supplies....................... $708.18 Gregg, Bj, Sports Official....................... $95.00 Grizzly Industrial, Equipment................. $49.85 Grundy Center Comm School, Reimbursement ................................................................ $6.50 Grundy Center Municipal Utilities, Electricity/ Water.............................................. $14,853.01 Grundy Comm. Preschool and Childcare, Tuition Reimbursement........................ $5,070.78 Grundy County Auditor, Election Costs. $10.00 Harter, Mike, Sports Official................... $95.00 Hawkeye Alarm and Signal Co, Annual Alarm Monitoring......................................... $1,964.00 Heartland Cooperative, Fuel............ $1,012.16 Hemann, Dalton, Sports Official............ $70.00 Holstun, Chris, Sports Official............... $95.00 Houghton Mifflin Co., Textbooks............ $54.09 Iahperd, Professional Fees................. $200.00 Ihsada, Professional Fees................... $145.00 Infinite Campus, Professional Fees..... $189.00 Inrcog, Professional Fees.................... $631.38 Iowa Communications Network, Service........... .......................................................... $1,079.10 Iowa Department Of Education, Professional Fees.................................................... $150.00 Iowa Department Of Human Services, Medicaid..................................................... $5,808.67 Iowa Division Of Labor Services, Boiler Testing Fee...................................................... $295.00 Iowa H.s. Speech Association, Professional Fees...................................................... $50.00 Iowa Sports Supply, Supplies........... $1,379.51 Iowa State University, Professional Fees.......... ............................................................. $200.00 Isfis, Professional Fees....................... $150.00 Itec Conference, Professional Fees.... $199.00 JandE Specialty Meats, Concession Supplies.. ............................................................. $204.67 J.w. Pepper and Son, Inc., General Supplies.... ............................................................. $105.93 John Deere Financial, General Supplies........... ............................................................... $28.36 Johnson, Kevin, Sports Official............. $70.00 Junior Scholastic, Institutional Supplies............ ............................................................. $229.63 Keck, Inc., Nutrition.......................... $1,313.45 Kelso, Tarassa, Mileage Reimbursement.......... ............................................................. $759.92 Konken Electric, Inc., Material/Labor... $279.00 Kuethe, Tim, Sports Official................... $95.00 Lebo, Ann, Mileage Reimbursement..... $33.90 Lutterman, Dustin, Sports Official.......... $70.00 Marco, General Supplies..................... $573.75 Martin Bros Dist. Co., Concession Supplies...... .......................................................... $1,882.60 Martin Bros Dist. Co., Nutrition....... $13,374.35 Mattear, Brad, Sports Official.............. $140.00 Mattingly Music, Supplies.................... $249.50 Mccarvel, Mike, Sports Official.............. $95.00 Mcmartin Tire, Tire/Tube.......................... $7.00 Melloy, Barbara, Reimbursement.......... $42.59 Mid-America Publishing Corporation, Publications..................................................... $173.88 Mid-Iowa Concrete and Construct, Repair/ Maintenance........................................ $125.00 Mill Street Produce, Nutrition............... $245.00 Miller, Lisa, Reimbursement.................... $3.18 Murphy, Vicki, Reimbursement.............. $74.32 Music Theatre International, Supplies... $20.00 National Food Service Management, Nutrition.. ............................................................. $550.00 National Geographic Bee, Registration............. ............................................................. $100.00 Oskaloosa Comm High School, Entry Fees...... ............................................................. $130.00 Pepsi Beverages Company, Concession Supplies.................................................. $1,432.06 Phelps Implement, Inc, Repair/Maintenance..... ............................................................. $347.55 Pitney Bowes, General Supplies........... $71.49 Premier Office Equipment, General Supplies.... .......................................................... $3,595.91 Pyche, John, Sports Official.................. $70.00 Quill Corporation, General Supplies.... $113.99 Rohler, Todd, Reimbursement............. $147.53 Rose, Barbara, Reimbursement............ $35.80 Ryan, Patrick, Sports Official................. $70.00 Sai, Professional Fees........................ $907.00 Sam’s Club, General Supplies............... $96.88 Satco Supply, Supplies........................ $496.19 Scholastic Book Clubs, Institutional Supplies.... ............................................................... $69.99 Scholastic, Inc., Institutional Supplies............... .......................................................... $1,348.35 School Bus Sales, Repair/Maintenance............ ............................................................. $316.20 Schumacher Elevator, Repair/Maintenance...... ............................................................. $134.65 Sickles, Dan, Sports Official.................. $95.00 Simplex Grinnell, Repair/Maintenance. $921.50 Spahn and Rose Lumer Co, Supplies... $12.11 Sportime, General Supplies................ $137.16 Staples Advantage, General Supplies. $392.18 Struxture Architects, Architect Service.............. ........................................................ $18,702.79 Tender Lawn Care-Snow Removal, Lawn Care. ............................................................. $450.00 Thoren, Randy, Sports Official............... $95.00 Time For Kids, Institutional Supplies... $247.52 Town and Country Wholesale Co, Concession Supplies............................................... $543.94 Union Community School, Entry Fee.... $65.00 University Book and Supply, Institutional Supplies.................................................. $2,581.95 University Of Iowa, Professional Fees... $380.00 Walmart, General Supplies.................... $25.60 Waverly Shell Rock School, Entry Fee.. $80.00 Weber Paper Company, General Supplies........ ............................................................. $330.00 West Marshall High School, Entry Fee.. $70.00 West Music Co, Institutional Supplies... $814.00 Wildflower, Homecoming Flowers......... $65.00 Wilson, Sheryl, Reimbursement............ $54.99 Windstream, Internet............................. $45.15 Wolff, Kevin, Sports Official................... $95.00 Total.............................................. $121,306.39 42-1

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THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT GRUNDY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Clarence A. Geerdes, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR101813 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Clarence A. Geerdes, Deceased, who died on or about 19th day of September, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 7th day of October, 2013, the last will and testament of Clarence A. Geerdes, deceased, bearing date of the 2nd day of September, 2004, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that David A. Geerdes was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 7th day of October, 2013. David A. Geerdes 141 W. 4th Wellsburg, IA 50680

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Patrick J. Craig, ICIS PIN No: AT0001710 Craig, Smith and Culter, LLP 1305 12th Street Eldora, IA 50627 Date of second publication 24th day of October, 2013. 42-2

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY ORIGINAL NOTICE AND PETITION FOR A MONEY JUDGEMENT SMALL CLAIM NO. SC22102 WHEATON FRANCISCAN HEALTHCAREIOWA dba COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER, MERCY HOSPITAL, and SARTORI MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, 3421 West 9th Street, Waterloo, IA 50702, Plaintiff, vs. MARK and KIMBERLY J. LEADLEY, 110 Randall St., Reinbeck, Iowa 50669, Defendant. _____________________________________ To Defendant(s): 1. You are hereby notified that Plaintiff(s) demand(s) from you the amount of $2,441.55 ($846.18 + $1,595.37) interest, and court costs, based on open accounts for services rendered for Covenant Medical Center. (See attachments). 2. Judgment may be entered against you unless you file an Appearance and Answer within 20 days of the service of the Original Notice upon you. Judgment may include the amount requested plus interest and court costs. You must file an Appearance and Answer with the clerk of the district court in the above county, located at 706 G Avenue, Grundy Center, Iowa 50638. 3. If your Appearance and Answer is filed within 20 days and you deny the claim, the clerk will notify you of the time and place for the hearing on this matter. 4. If you file an Appearance and Answer, you must mail a copy of the form to Plaintiff(s) or to the attorney for the Plaintiff(s) whose name and address appear below. 5. You must also notify the clerk’s office of any address change. Respectfully submitted, NELSON LAW FIRM, PLLC By: Brooke Trent #AT0009277 3112 Brockway Rd. PO Box 1020 Waterloo, IA 50704-1020 Phone: (319) 291-6161 Facsimile: (319) 291-6193 Email: trent@nlfowa.com Attorney for Plaintiff If you need assistance to participate in the court due to disability, call the disability coordinator at (319) 833-3332. Persons who are hearing or speech impaired may call Relay Iowa TTY (1-800-735-2942). Disability coordinators cannot provide legal advice. 40-3

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT GRUNDY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF, Wilfred D. Coulson Deceased. Probate No. ESPR101814 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Wilfred D. Coulson, Deceased, who died on or about 6th day of October, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of October, 2013, the last will and testament of, Wilfred D. Coulson, deceased, bearing date of the 2nd day of September, 2011, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that GNB Bank was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 10th day of October, 2013. GNB Bank P.O. Box 246 Grundy Center, IA 50638

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Heronimus, Schmidt, and Allen Attorneys for executor 630 G Avenue, Box 365 Grundy Center, IA 50638 Date of second publication 24th day of October, 2013. 42-2

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS The Grundy County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on September 30, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. Chairperson Ross called the meeting to order with the following members present: Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, and Bakker. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Carried unanimously. Chairperson Ross acknowledged Susan Miller who had asked to address the Board. She urged the Board to oppose the ordinance which will be considered following the public hearing scheduled for 4:00 p.m. today. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Riekena to approve the low quote from AgVantage FS for supplying diesel fuel at $3.609/gallon for No. 1 grade and $3.309/gallon for No. 2 grade for the Secondary Road Department shops in Buck Grove and Dike from October 1, 2013, through March 31, 2014. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Smith to approve Utility Permit Application No. 9-30-13 to Windstream Communications of Newton, Iowa, to relocate a pedestal at 31578 – 270th Street and to authorize the chairperson to sign said application. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to approve plans and specifications on Bridge C-15 emergency repair project no. ERCO38(93)—58-38 for IDOT bid letting on November 19, 2013, and to authorize the Board of Supervisors to sign said plans. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Riekena and seconded by Schildroth to approve “Grundy County Road Department Driveway Application/Permit” effective October 1, 2013, changing the Specifications to show that the driveway must be surfaced with a minimum of 2” crushed rock only when the driveway is from a paved surface. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to approve the county’s initial proposal for Secondary Road Department Collective Bargaining Agreement as presented. Carried unanimously. Gary Mauer, County Engineer, reviewed department matters with the Board. Brian Kellar, President and CEO of Grundy County Memorial Hospital, and Mary L. Schmidt, Grundy County Memorial Hospital Commissioner, advised the board of the proposal of a new member to the Board of Commissioners. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to appoint Carl Stevens to the Grundy County Memorial Hospital Board of Commissioners for a term ending June 30, 2016. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Riekena to approve the contract with Midwest Speakers Bureau, Inc., and to authorize the chairperson to sign the same. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to accept and order filed the FY2013 Grant Township Annual Report. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Riekena to adjourn the meeting until 4:00 P.M. today. Carried unanimously. The Grundy County Board of Supervisors reconvened its meeting on September 30, 2013, at 4:00 P.M. Chairperson Ross called the meeting to order with the following members present: Schildroth, Smith, and Bakker. Absent: Riekena. Chairperson Ross opened the public hearing regarding an amendment to the County Development/Zoning Ordinance. Kirby D. Schmidt, County Attorney, summarized the application for amendment to the zoning maps for the purpose of allowing additional parcels to be included in the wind farm and reviewed the procedure for such amendment. Kirk Kraft, RPM Access, Tom Daft, MidAmerican Energy, Ken Hogle, Grundy County farmer, Jeff Kolb, Grundy County Development Alliance Director, Glen Draper, representing the Ivestor Wind Farm, Kevin Lehs, RPM Access, and Steve Dryden, RPM Access, spoke in favor of the amendment to the zoning maps. Sue Lynne Freese, Grundy County farmer, Joel Meyer, Meyer Agri-Air, Dennis Kruger, Grundy County farmer, and Susan Miller, Grundy County farmer, spoke against the amendment. After hearing everyone desiring to speak in favor of or against the amendment, the chairperson closed the hearing. It was noted that no additional written comments had been received. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Smith to accept the first reading of Ordinance #2014-2, an ordinance amending the County Development/Zoning Ordinance. Roll call vote was as follows: Ayes – Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – none. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Smith to suspend the rules and move Ordinance #2014-2 from first to third reading and adoption. Roll call vote was as follows: Ayes – Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – none. Ordinance adopted. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to adjourn. Carried unanimously. James Ross, Chairperson Rhonda R. Deters, County Auditor 42-1

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR GRUNDY COUNTY No. JVJV003405 NOTICE LARA JO BOHL and CHRISTOPHER J. BOHL Petitioners IN THE INTEREST OF GENEVIVE MARIE BISCHOFF A Minor TO: CHARLES COLTON BISCHOFF FATHER OF A CHILD BORN ON 28TH DAY OF APRIL, 2011 IN WATERLOO, IOWA. You are notified that there is on file in the office of the clerk of court for Grundy County, a petition in case number JVJV003405, which prays for a termination of your parent-child relationship to a child born on the 28th day of April, 2011. For further details contact the clerk’s office. The petitioner’s attorney is Lynn M. Smith. You are notified that there will be a hearing on the petition to terminate parental rights before the Iowa District Court for Grundy County, at the courthouse in Grundy Center,Iowa, at 11:30 a.m. on the 18th day of November, 2013. Clerk of above Court Grundy County Courthouse Grundy Center, IA 50638 42-2

Board of Directors: Work Session Grundy Center Community School District Wednesday, October 9, 2013 4:00 PM WORK SESSION: The Work Session held by the Grundy Center Community School District Board of Directors in the Administration Board room was called to order at 4:00 PM. Roll Call: Present: Directors Ascher, Johanns, Mackie, Mathews, and Saak Absent: None Administration: Murra Visitor: Dr. Roark Horn Motion was made by Director Mackie, seconded by Director Mathews to approve the meeting agenda. Motion carried unanimously. Dr. Roark Horn, Chief Administrator for the Area Education Agency 267 facilitated the work session aimed at board development and training. There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 5:00 PM. GRUNDY CENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ATTEST: Bob Johanns, Board President Stephanie Saak, Board Secretary 42-1


www.thegrundyregister.com IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY EQUITY NO. EQCV059106 ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. ESTATE OF RON MATZINGER; SPOUSE OF RON MATZINGER; STATE OF IOWA; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE; ESTATE RECOVERY PROGRAM; ALL KNOWN AND UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS AND ALL PERSONS KNOWN OR UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST AND ALL OF THEIR HEIRS, SPOUSES, ASSIGNS, GRANTEES, LEGATEES, DEVISEES AND ALL BENEFICIARIES OF EACH AND ALL OF THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS, Defendants. To the above-named Defendants: Estate of Ron Matzinger, Spouse of Ron Matzinger and All known and unknown claimants and all persons known or unknown claiming any right, title or interest and all of their heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees and all beneficiaries of each and all of the above-named defendants You are notified there was on 8/21/2013 filed in the Office of the Clerk of the above-named Court a Foreclosure Petition, which prays for foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff on the property described herein and judgment in rem in the amount of $43,089.20 plus interest at the rate of 6.95% per annum from 1/1/2013, such amount equaling $8.20 per day, the costs of the action including title costs of $225.00, and reasonable attorney fees and that said sums be declared a lien upon the followingdescribed premises from 9/30/2004, located in Grundy County, Iowa, to-wit: Parcel 214-A as located in Book 73-D, Page 149 in the records of the Grundy County Recorder in SW 1/4 of Section 22, Township 87 North, Range 18 West of the 5th P.M., Grundy County, Iowa that the mortgage on the above-described real estate be foreclosed, that a special execution issue for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment and for other relief as the Court may deem just and equitable. The attorney for the Plaintiff is David M. Erickson, whose address is The Davis Brown Tower, 215 10th Street, Suite 1300, Des Moines, Iowa 50309-3993, Phone: (515) 288-2500, Facsimile: (515) 243-0654. NOTICE THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITH REDEMPTION. You must serve a motion or answer on or before the 13th day of November, 2013, and within a reasonable time thereafter, file your motion or answer, in the Iowa District Court for Grundy County, Iowa, at the County Courthouse in Grundy Center, Iowa. If you do not, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in court because of a disability, immediately call your district ADA coordinator at 319-833-3332. (If you are hearing impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1 800 735 2942.) Disability coordinators cannot provide legal advice. Clerk of the Above Court, Grundy County Courthouse Grundy Center, Iowa IMPORTANT YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS. Date of Third Publication: 24th day of October, 2013. 41-3

The Dike-New Hartford Board of Education met on October 7, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. in Room 122 for a work session with Nielsen presiding and members Hinde, Lizer and Lotts. Koop was absent. Also present were administrators Hunt, Laube, Lehr and Textor. Don Osterhaus shared with the Board details about an upcoming trip to New York City for the Academic Decathalon Team. All costs will be paid by the students/families. Hunt reviewed documents relating to the Grundy County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan which will be brought to the regular October meeting for action by the Board. The remainder of the meeting was spent discussing the results of the recent DNH Culture and Climate survey with no action taken. Being no further business, the work session adjourned at 6:25 p.m. 42-1

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY, STATE OF IOWA Docket No. (Sale No.): 13-0601(1) Court No. EQCV059054 Special Execution PLAINTIFF: MIDWEST ONE BANK VS. DEFENDANTS: JERALD DEW -IN REM; KATHIE DEW -IN REM; PARTIES IN POSSESSION - IN REM; DISCOVER BANK - IN REM; CAPITAL ONE BANK - IN REM; STATE OF IOWA - IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county.  The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: The South 26 feet of Lots 6, 7, 8 and9 in Block 9 of the Original Plat of the Town of Wellsburg, Iowa Street Address: 314 N. Adams Street, Wellsburg, IA 50680 The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale is December 10, 2013 at 10 a.m., at the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 705 8th St., Grundy Center, Iowa 50638 Phone (319) 8246933 Homestead: Defendant is advised that if the described real estate includes the homestead (which must not exceed 1/2 acre if within a city or town plat, or, if rural, must not exceed 40 acres), defendant must file a homestead plat with the Sheriff within ten (10) days after service of this notice, or the Sheriff will have it platted and charge the costs to this case. This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amt - $25,336.76; Costs - $285.00; Accruing Costs - Plus; Interest - 8.7 % of $25,336.76 from July 18, 2013 = $857.68. Attorney is Erkia Allen (319) 824-951. Date: October 10, 2013 Sheriff: Rick D. Penning Deputy: By Chief Deputy Tim Wolthoff 42-2

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS The Grundy County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on October 7, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. Chairperson Ross called the meeting to order with the following members present: Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, and Bakker. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Carried unanimously. Kevin Blanshan, Executive Director of Iowa Northland Regional Council of Governments, introduced himself to the Board of Supervisors and reviewed the various programs which are available through INRCOG. Jamie Behrends, Seeds of Hope, reviewed the current structure for assistance to domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Grundy County. Comprehensive services for Grundy County residents will now be provided by Crisis Intervention Service in Mason City with an outreach office in Grundy Center. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to have Gary Mauer, County Engineer, proceed with development of an Adopta-Highway program for consideration by the Board of Supervisors. Carried unanimously. Gary Mauer, County Engineer, reviewed department matters with the Board. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to introduce Resolution #12-2013/2014 setting a date for a public hearing on amending the existing Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan for Grundy County. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – None. Resolution adopted. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Riekena to reappoint Rosanne Girres to the Civil Service Commission. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to form a Grundy County Disaster Planning Committee with the initial members consisting of Todd Rickert, Barbara Smith, Carie Sager, John Freese, Don Kampman, and Gary Mauer. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to accept and order filed the FY2013 Washington Township and Fairfield Township Annual Reports. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Riekena and seconded by Smith to accept and order filed the County Treasurer’s September 30, 2013, Investment Report. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to accept and order filed the Quarterly Report of the County Auditor and the Quarterly Report of the County Sheriff. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Riekena and seconded by Smith to accept and order filed the Clerk of Court’s September report. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to introduce Resolution #11-2013/2014 revising appointments to the 2013 Compensation Commission per Iowa Code Section 6B.4. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – None. Resolution adopted. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to introduce Resolution #132013/2014 revising the Non-Union Personnel Policy. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – None. Resolution adopted. The full texts of Resolution #11-2013/2014, Resolution #12-2013/2014, and Resolution #13-2013/2014 are on file in the County Auditor’s Office. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to accept the Warranty Deed from the Hillcrest Cemetery Association, Inc., to Fairfield Township Trustees for Grundy County, Iowa. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Bakker to approve payment of the following bills: (Carried unanimously.) A-Kleen, services.....................................85.80 Alliant Energy, service............................661.26 City of Beaman, library grant..............16762.00 Beninga Sanitation, service....................198.00 Black Hawk Co, med exam fees............525.00 Blackhawk Sprinklers, service................199.00 Bob's Farm Center, fuel........................1657.17 Fred Bolhuis, twp mtg...............................25.00 Calhoun-Burns, services......................2577.09 Carquest Auto Parts, parts.....................556.50 CCMS, mtg exp........................................30.00 Cedar Falls Utilities, service...................274.45 Central Iowa Water, service....................873.30 Century Link, service................................84.44 Certified Laboratories, supplies..............740.68 Cessford Construction, rock.................7590.74 Charles Christiansen, twp mtg.................25.00 City of Conrad, library grant...............19514.00 Conrad Auto Supply, Parts.......................10.49 Bill Cooley, twp mtg..................................25.00 Frank Dargan, twp mtg.............................25.00 Dell Marketing, supplies.......................1529.89 Dependable Automotive, parts...............311.37 Rhonda Deters, mileage...........................59.20 City of Dike, library grant....................19514.00 Don's Truck Sales, supplies.................3426.27 David Ehlers, twp mtg..............................25.00 City of Grundy Center, grant...............29079.00 GCMU, service.......................................627.53 GCMU, service.....................................2894.00 Grundy Co Engineer, service...............6348.42 Grundy Co Health, grant......................8977.33 Grundy County Sheriff, postage.............131.80 Darwin Heltibridle, twp mtg.......................25.00 Holiday Inn Airport DM, mtg exp.............231.84 Jesse Huisman, reimb exp.......................30.00 IGHCP, insurance...................................576.00 Iowa Dept of Justice, services................485.39 Iowa DPS, dues....................................1380.00 Iowa Diesel Injection, parts..................2810.57 IF Fire Extinguisher, service...................199.94 ISAC, mtg exp........................................150.00 Edward Juhl, mtg exp...............................25.00 Donald Kampman, reimb exp...................52.40 Mobile-Vision, service...........................6208.00 L-Tron Corporation, supplies................2669.40 Law Enforce Systems, supplies.............219.00

Mail Services, postage...........................379.99 McNair Body Shop, service....................165.00 Mid American Energy, service..................16.72 Mid-America Pub, publication.................583.25 Midwest Speakers, services.................2500.00 Walter Miller, twp mtg...............................25.00 Monkeytown, supplies............................294.91 Andie Nichols, reimb exp........................225.74 Office Express, supplies.......................1944.91 John Oltman, twp mtg..............................25.00 Oxbo International, TIF rebate..............4759.86 Premier Office, supplies...........................15.50 Racom Corporation, service.....................50.55 Janell Ramsey, mileage............................56.00 Recorders Association, mtg exp...............20.00 City of Reinbeck, service/grant...........22874.94 Ron Saak, twp mtg...................................25.00 State Med Examiner, services..............1831.50 Michael Steinmeyer, mileage...................37.20 Terry Stukenberg, twp mtg.......................25.00 Telvent, service.....................................1500.00 The Schneider Corp, service................2550.00 Mike Thede, twp mtg................................25.00 Titan Renewal, TIF rebate..................17994.07 Lori Tollagson, reimb exp..........................98.63 True Value Hardware, supplies................77.65 US Cellular, service................................206.36 UPS, supplies...........................................26.35 Vanguard, services.............................12810.00 Verizon Wireless, service.......................552.02 Visa, supplies...........................................40.80 Michael Weidner, supplies...................... 111.27 City of Wellsburg, grant......................19514.00 Windstream, service...............................134.25 Windstream, service...............................389.04 Frank Baumann, Jannette Rodenback, Nadine Roskens and Ralf Kalkwarf, officials from Krummhörn, Germany, thanked the Board of Supervisors for the continued relationship between their community and Grundy County under the Community Partnership Agreement. Mr. Baumann reviewed the student exchanges which have taken place and the plans for future exchanges. He advised the Supervisors that their courthouse is being rebuilt and invited them to visit Krummhörn. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Smith to adjourn. Carried unanimously. James Ross, Chairperson Rhonda R. Deters, County Auditor 42-1

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT GRUNDY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Pamela Van Hauen, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR101812 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Pamela Van Hauen, Deceased, who died on or about 12th day of September, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of October, 2013, the last will and testament of Pamela Van Hauen, deceased, bearing date of the 11th day of July, 2013, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Keith Van Hauen was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 7th day of October, 2013. Keith Van Hauen 15076 L Ave. Holland, IA 50642

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Dale Hansmann, ICIS PIN No: AT0003251 Klinkenborg, Hansmann and Petersen 1201 Highway 57, P.O. Box 682 Parkersburg, IA 50665 Date of second publication 24th day of October, 2013. 42-2

Holland City Council Meeting October 7th, 2013 The Holland City Council met in regular session at the Holland Community Center on Monday, October 7th, 2013. Pro-tem Mayor Cox called the meeting to order at 7pm. Council members present were Schoolman, Beck, Blythe, and Kuester. Schoolman made a motion to approve minutes, 2nd by Beck, all ayes, motion carried. Mike Wildung gave the water/sewer report and indicated recent tests have passed so he will begin the semi-annual treatment facility discharge. VisuSewer is leak checking and grouting sanitary sewer joints and service connections. Bills were reviewed by the council. Kuester made a motion to approve, 2nd by Blythe, all ayes motion carried. Blythe made a motion to adjourn, 2nd by Schoolman, all ayes motion carried. Next meeting November 4,, 2013 at 7pm. Steven J. Cox, Mayor Pro-tem 42-1

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Spartan junior high football team

Members of the Grundy Center Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade football teams include, front row (left to right): Drake Thran, Josh Rivera, Payton McMartin, Marshall Day, Tjaden Meester, Griffin Hamann, Mitchell Munson, Brady Jacobsen, Austin Knaack, Travis Kuester and Andy Cox. Second row (l-r): Coach Jake Earnst, Brody Mackie, Jake Bangasser, Marshall Stanley, Derek Ciddio, Caleb Kuiper, Nolan Freeman, Jacob Ascher, Colton Sandell, Lawson Ash, Trevor Winger, Nolan Beenken, Gavin Lewis and Coach Dalton Wrage. Back row (l-r): Coach Todd Zinkula, Sage Klar, Sawyer Bowen, Jordan Lehr, Tanner Appel, Josh Kuiper, Cade Rohler, Jordan Hook, Aaron Havens, Matthew Sternhagen, Ben Saak, Everett Eggleston, Tanner Phillips, Joseph Johnson, Landon Graham and Coach Bob Johnson. (Photo courtesy Weldon Photography)

Mud Daubers - they’re one in a million Conservation Comments

In all of creation, we are told that there are over 900,000 different species of insects that have been identified. Many feel that the number is closer to a million. Scientists estimate that at any one moment there are a billion, billion insects on the Earth. Spread out evenly, that works out to 750 insects per square foot or a little over 5 per square inch. With such an overwhelming number present here, you know that they are very important. Insects are responsible for pollinating most plants and aiding the decomposition of most plants and animals! And countless others are important food for other animals. When I think about how hard we as humans have tried to control or eliminate insects, it really is extremely fortunate that we haven’t found the perfect “bug killer” or we likely would have overused it to our detriment or destruction. Many people fear we’ve gotten too good at killing insects already. Time will tell. That was a lengthy lead in to today’s news column. The thought for the subject today came as my wife was “alerting” me to a man-killing wasp that was flying around the door with the instruction to grab the can of wasp killer. Now, we all know that it was not likely a life-threatening situation. As it turned out, it most definitely was not because the wasp was a member of the mud dauber family. These are probably the most docile of wasps and difficult to provoke enough to sting you. I did some research into this interesting group of wasps to see how many species

By KEVIN WILLIAMS Grundy County Conservation Director there are here and a bit of their life history. I found them fascinating and their story is worth sharing. Iowa has three species of wasps known as mud daubers. They include the larger black organ pipe mud dauber, the black and yellow mud dauber, and the blue mud dauber. The latter is a beautiful metallic blue and happens to be the one that was flying around our doorway. They are all solitary as opposed to the more familiar colonial paper wasps that sometimes make nests under our eves. They have stingers but they don’t aggressively defend

their nests. People are seldom stung by mud daubers. Their stingers are used primarily to anesthetize their prey which is usually small spiders. Spiders are typically caught as they rush out thinking the wasp is prey caught in their web. The hunter thus becomes the hunted. The live, but paralyzed, prey is placed into mud nest chambers where it becomes food for larval wasps. I found it interesting that the adult wasps feed only on flower nectar. Each chamber receives a single egg. The larva that hatch consume the spiders before becoming a pupa. Although two generations may emerge in a summer, no adults survive the winter. They overwinter as pupa in their mud nests. Organ pipe mud daubers build nests that are typically vertical, sideby-side mud tubes on a sheltered wall. They get their name because the tubes resemble organ pipes. Black and yellow mud daubers build layered nests of mud tubes that may be smoothed over on the outside in somewhat the shape and size of a lemon. And Blue mud daubers are the least industrious of all and don’t build their own nests. Instead, they remodel the old nests of the other mud daubers. Extremely efficient use of time and energy. As you go about preparations for winter or during your cleaning next spring, should you encounter a mud dauber nest, think about their life history before you choose to knock it down and smash it.

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Grundy CLASSIFIEDS Register

10 Thursday, October 17, 2013

ESTATE AUCTION

HELP WANTED Help Wanted: Aplington-Parkersburg Elementary Schools is seeking applications for a caring, firm, dependable Special Ed Associate. This position will likely require a good amount of physical activity and in-transit supervision. Rate of Pay = $8.00 - $8.50 /hr. Please submit a letter of interest and 3 references ASAP to: A-P Elementary Principal, 602 Lincoln Street, Parkersburg, IA 50665

Positions Available: Arlington Place Assisted Living Community is looking for part-time Universal Workers to join our caring team providing assistance to residents in our home like, comfortable community. First and third shifts opposite every other weekend are available or can combine them for full-time with benefits. Call Cathi at 319-824-5674 for further information or stop in at 95 D Avenue in Grundy Center to pick up an application.

Position Available: Due to expansion in services, Greenbelt Home Care is looking for a full time RN. with med/surg experience and a full time & prn CNA. We offer a competitive benefit package, IPERS, mileage, etc. Please call Kim at 641-939-8444 or stop in for an application at Greenbelt Home Care, 2411 Edgington Ave, Eldora, Iowa Positions Available: Why Drive? We have jobs in your back yard. 20 openings in Dike, Iowa! 1st Shift Fast Paced, Heavy Lifting Manufacturing, Inventory Control Specialist and Admin Assistant openings. Most are Temp-To-Hire or long-term positions. Must have reliable transportation & the availability to work OT. Call REMEDY INTELLIGENT STAFFING 319-236-2330. Apply on line at www.remedystaff.com

Parkview Manor 1009 3rd Street Reinbeck, IA 50669

319-345-6811

Friendly, small town nursing home offering competitive wages and benefits Positions available: Part Time CNA for 1st and 3rd Shifts

AUCTION

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OPEN HOUSES •

MONDAY • OCTOBER 21 5:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.

Saturday, October 19, 2013 9AM @ the Hardin Co. Fairgrounds 301 11th Ave., Eldora, IA (NE edge of town)

Selling for: Alberta Sharp (Grundy Center), moved to a care center Selling: Household/Appliances/Antiques & collectibles/2 cars/2 trailers/ Misc. Tools & Garage items Highlights: ‘08 Buick LuCerne CXL 3800 series III, V6, gold mist metallic exterior w/cocoa shale interior, 17” wheels, heated leather, full power everything, keyless entry, heated mirrors & wiper fluid, only 13,787 miles at listing. Absolutely beautiful, 1 owner car - don’t miss this one. NOTE: NO reservers & NO buyers premium ‘91 Buick Regal V6, burgundy cloth, auto power locks & windows, AC ok, new front tires & rear shocks, 114,000 miles, good 1st 2nd work or school car. Single axle mower/utility trailers, both nice condition. Double size beds w/chest & dressers; cedar chest; LB & Lane chairs; Sofa; Table with 2 leaves, 6 chairs & matching hutch, nice. Nice camel top trunk w/insert; 2 wood maple corner hutches w/top glass doors, nice; Whirlpool 10 CF chest freezer; Whirlpool stack washer & elec. dryer, load size x-small/small/med/x-large; Lots & lots of dishes, pots & pans, crocks & glassware of all kinds; Collector of many years!! Will have many box lots; Kitchener #22 stainless steel 3/4 HP meat grinder, used 1 time. See pictures on website: www.JRAuctionService.com Keep checking back later of sale week for updated pictures

JR Auctions

906 13th Street, Grundy Center

4 BR, 2 ½ BA home on oversized corner lot. Exposed cypress ceiling beams & cabinetry. Dining area & family room with gas fireplace & bamboo flooring. Storage is plentiful in this well-made, beautiful home. Landscaped patio area, greenhouse & huge 2nd garage. • $205,000 • Phil Johnson • 319-404-5561

406 G Avenue, Grundy Center

2 BR, 1 BA home. Remodeled kitchen & new bathroom. Beautiful trim & hardwood floors. Enclosed front porch serves as a sun/sitting room. Fine workmanship throughout. • $59,750 • Dan Olson • 319-290-4305

641-640-5582 LAND AUCTIONS

306 F Avenue, Grundy Center

2 BR, 1 BA home. Formal DR, heated & cooled porch, laundry on main. Two BRs upstairs. New roof on home, rear garage & shed. Shady backyard, garden shed, and rear deck. Great home, great price! • $94,500 • Tiffany Carson • 712-210-3545

1004 6th Street, Grundy Center

Charming 4 BR home. Pretty woodwork & leaded glass windows. Dining room has hardwood floor & opens to rear deck. Huge closets & ¾ bath upstairs. Walk-up attic. Basement with rec & laundry room. 2-car & 1-car garages. • $88,500 • Mike Cooper • 319-269-3391

208 G Avenue, Grundy Center

1 ½ story, 3 BR home with updated wiring, plumbing, windows & doors. Main floor laundry. All appliances stay. Rear breezeway opens to the backyard. • $53,000 • Brent Wilson • 319-939-9268

HOUSE FOR SALE

HOUSE FOR SALE: Beautiful 3BD, 1BA, 1280 SF Ranch house on 1/2 Acre lot. 2-car attached garage, Many updates including roof, windows, A/C, just outside of Holland. Call 319-215-6119

603 7th Street Grundy Center, IA 319-825-3633 www.gnbrealestate.com

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

SCHUCK REALTY, CO.

HELP WANTED The Clyde and Nadine Ware Farm Corporation is offering for sale the following described real estate, to-wit: PARCEL A The West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Five, Township Eighty-six North, Range Sixteen West of the 5th P.M., Tama County, Iowa, (containing 78 tillable acres, more or less, CSR 89, Lincoln Township). PARCEL B The South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Seventeen, and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section Eighteen, all in Township Eighty-seven North, Range Sixteen West of the 5th P.M., Grundy County, Iowa, (containing 157 tillable acres, more or less, CSR 82, Washington Township). Written sealed bids for the total purchase price for each parcel of farm land shall be submitted to the office of Moore, McKibben, Goodman & Lorenz, LLP, PO Box 618, 302 Masonic Temple Bldg., 26 South First Avenue, Marshalltown, IA 50158. Bids must be received by 2:00 p.m. on November 1, 2013 at the above address. Bidders must include the bidder’s first and last name, complete mailing address, telephone number and Parcel for which the bid is submitted. Bids may be mailed to the above address or left at the office. Bids must be for the total purchase price and must not be a per-acre bid. No bids will be opened until after the deadline for submission. The five highest bidders only for each Parcel will be invited to attend a private auction to be held at the office of Moore, McKibben, Goodman, & Lorenz, LLP, 302 Masonic Temple Bldg., 26 South First Avenue, Marshalltown, IA 50158, on November 8, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. for Parcel A and 3:00 p.m. for Parcel B. At that time, the bidders will be given the opportunity to orally raise their bid until the highest total bid is received. THE AUCTION WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE. Announcements made on the day of the auction will take precedence over any advertisement. This sale is a cash sale with closing on Parcel A to be held at 10:00 a.m. on December 18, 2013 and Parcel B to be held at 10:00 a.m. on January 15, 2014. Possession will be given subject to lease which has been terminated and expires February 28, 2014. The successful bidder for each Parcel will be expected to make a 10 percent earnest money down-payment on the date of the auction to be held in Trust with the balance to be paid in full at closing. For further information and bid packets contact Larry McKibben or Jim Moore at Moore, McKibben, Goodman & Lorenz, LLP, by telephone at (641) 752- 4271 or email at lmckibben@marshalltownlaw.com

Proposals Requested: Grundy Center Community School District is requesting proposals for snow and ice removal for the 2013-2014 school year. Bids are due November 1, 2013. More information can be obtained at the Administration Building or go to www.spartanpride. net EOE

GEHRKE, INC.

is seeking hard working, responsible individuals to fill the following positions:

Heavy Equipment Operator and Laborer

611 7th Street, Wellsburg

This 1 1/2 story 3 bedroom home will make you smile the minute you walk in the door. Many major updates! Come see it today! • $82,500 •

1002 11th Street, Grundy Center

*Experience would be a plus* Gehrke, Inc. offers competitive wages and a benefit package. Send resume to: PO Box 228 Eldora, IA 50627 or stop by the office at 1405 21st Ave., Eldora, IA or call

(641) 858-3821

Needed: Housekeeper/Nanny to start work immediately for a busy family in Grundy Center. Duties include taking care of a 4 year old kid and few household chores. Payment is $540 weekly. Send resumes to briant864@gmail.com

Grundy Care Center

is now accepting applications for the following positions: *Certified Nursing Assistants* Full or Part Time *Dietary Staff* Evening Shift *Housekeeping* Part Time shifts available *Great afternoon hours are available for High School students or as a second job*

Apply at: 102 East J St • Grundy Center or send resume to GGreenwood.34@hcminc.com

1708 W Avenue, Grundy Center

Great three bedroom family home, ready for a new family! Priced right and ready to sell • $110,900 •

EOE

LOST Lost: 20-inch x 6-foot post hole auger. Between Grundy Center and Steamboat Rock. Reward for information. Call 800-735-4122

You will love all this home has to offer!! This 4BD home with 3 car garage, great yard & location-is ready to move in now! • $185,900 •

721 G Avenue, Grundy Center

“One of a kind” business opportunity with “out of a magazine” apartment! Definitely a must see!!! Priced now at • $275,000 •

22897 300th Street, Beaman

Check this 4 acre - 5 BD acreage out today and you will want to make it yours. A must see, make an appointment today!!!! • $199,900 •

• Call Lori Burmester • 319-415-9980 Cell Check out our other listings at

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Joyce Harrenstein, Broker/Owner CALL OUR OFFICE TODAY! 319-824-3293

MISCELLANEOUS Storage Available: Vehicle and boat storage, $25.00/mo. Warehouse behind former GM dealership. Contact Pat or Chad at 319824-3370 or Jack VanWechel at 623-551-9856 For Sale: Picked apples. $1 for 1# and 5 gal. is $1.25. Three kinds to choose from. Call to arrange pick up 824-6905


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Scores and Standings Football

Class A, District 4 District All Pt. Games Diff. ^Gladbrook-Reinbeck 4-0 5-2 13.0 ^Grundy Center 4-1 5-3 7.40 GMG 2-2 4-3 1.25 Belle Plaine 2-2 3-4 0.50 BCLUW 2-2 3-4 -2.75 North Tama 1-3 1-6 -5.00 Iowa Valley 0-5 1-7 -13.0 ^ — Clinched playoff berth Oct. 11 scores Gladbrook-Reinbeck 42, Grundy Center 0 BCLUW 20, Belle Plaine 14 GMG 37, Iowa Valley 12 Bye - North Tama Oct. 18 games North Tama at Grundy Center Gladbrook-Reinbeck at Belle Plaine GMG at BCLUW Bye - Iowa Valley Class A, District 2 District All Pt. Games Diff. ^AGWSR 5-0 8-0 10.00 Bishop Garrigan 4-1 5-2 7.00 ^Prairie Valley 4-1 4-3 4.20 Newman Catholic 2-3 2-5 1.80 Belmond-Klemme 2-3 4-3 0.40 Lake Mills 2-3 3-4 -2.60 SE Webster-Grand 1-4 2-5 -10.00 West Hancock 0-5 0-7 -10.80 ^ — Clinched playoff berth Oct. 11 scores AGWSR 23, Belmond-Klemme 13 Bishop Garrigan 15, Newman Catholic 13 Prairie Valley 22, Lake Mills 8 SE Webster-Grand 22, West Hancock 20 Oct. 18 games AGWSR at Lake Mills Belmond-Klemme at Bishop Garrigan Newman Catholic at SE Webster-Grand Prairie Valley at West Hancock Class 1A, District 3 District All Pt. Games Diff. ^Dike-New Hartford 4-0 7-0 13.0 ^Nashua-Plainfield 3-1 5-3 6.50 ^South Hamilton 3-1 5-2 4.25 Aplngtn-Parkersburg 2-2 3-4 0.00 Hudson 2-3 3-4 -0.80 West Fork 1-3 1-5 -13.0 Eagle Grove 0-5 0-6 -13.0 ^ — Clinched playoff berth Oct. 11 scores Dike-New Hartford 35, Hudson 7 Aplington-Parkersburg 48, Eagle Grove 8 Nashua-Plainfield 55, West Fork 28 Ogden 26, South Hamilton 23 (ND) Oct. 11 games West Fork at Dike-New Hartford Eagle Grove at South Hamilton Hudson at Denver (ND) Nashua-Plainfield at Aplington-Parkersburg

Volleyball

NICL West Conf. All Matches Matches Grundy Center 6-0 25-8 South Tama 6-0 16-11 AGWSR 3-3 7-22 BCLUW 3-3 14-14 South Hardin 3-3 10-16 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2-4 9-21 West Marshall 1-5 14-19 East Marshall 0-6 5-17 Oct. 8 Conference scores Grundy Center 3, East Marshall 0 AGWSR 3, South Hardin 1 South Tama 3, BCLUW 1 West Marshall 3, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2 Oct. 10 Conference scores Grundy Center 3, South Hardin 0 Oct. 15 Conference matches Grundy Center at South Tama BCLUW at AGWSR South Hardin at Gladbrook-Reinbeck West Marshall at East Marshall Conf. All NICL East Matches Matches ^Dike-New Hartford 6-0 33-1 Union Community 5-1 14-5** Wapsie Valley 4-2 20-6** Columbus Catholic 3-3 16-11* Denver 2-4 20-15 Hudson 2-4 22-10 Jesup 2-4 19-10 Aplington-Parkersburg 0-6 9-18 ^ — Clinched conference title * — Overall record does not include Oct. 12 tournament. ** — Overall record does not include Oct. 5 tournament. Oct. 8 Conference scores Dike-New Hartford 3, Denver 0 Jesup 3, Hudson 0 Union Community 3, Columbus Catholic 0 Wapsie Valley 3, Aplington-Parkersburg 0 Oct. 15 Conference matches Hudson at Dike-New Hartford Aplington-Parkersburg at Columbus Catholic Union Community at Denver Wapsie Valley at Jesup

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Cougars clinch playoff berth with district win over Belmond-Klemme BY PATTI RUST Sports Correspondent ACKLEY – AGWSR moved to 8-0 on the season and clinched their first playoff berth since 2005 with their 23-13 win over Belmond-Klemme Friday night. They currently sit atop the Class A District 2 standings at 5-0 in district play. “The team played well,” AGWSR head coach Skip Eckhardt said. “Playing good defense was a key to the win. Staying healthy and eliminating mistakes will be important going into next week.” Belmond Klemme took an early lead in the first quarter on a 90-yard touchdown run by track standout Korby Sander. AGWSR quarterback Brandon Johnson then found Austin Heitland for a 22-yard touchdown pass just before the end of the second quarter to even the score 7-7 at the half. The Cougars took over the lead in the third period on a Levi Stockdale 12-yard touchdown run. The AGWSR defensive line and linebackers trapped a Bronco offensive player in the end zone for a safety to give the Cougars two more in the fourth, and Johnson followed with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Clay Meinders to make it 23-7. Belmond-Klemme responded with an offensive series ending in a five-yard Sander touchdown

run, but the Bronco two point conversion attempt failed, and the game ended with the Cougars on top 23-13. Clay Meinders carried the ball 12 times for 74 yards for AGWSR. Stockdale ran for 73 yards and Clay Bohner added 71. Johnson completed 4-of-6 passes for 42 yards. Sander ran for 135 yards and threw for 61 for the Broncos. AGWSR goes on the road to Lake Mills (3-4 overall, 2-3 District A-2) this Friday, Oct. 18. AGWSR 0 7 7 9 — 23 Belmond-Klemme 7 0 0 6 — 13 Scoring Summary First quarter Belmond-Klemme – Korby Sander 90 run (Elijah Kinsent kick); 0-7 Second quarter AGWSR – Austin Heitland 22 pass from Brandon Johnson (Austin Heitland kick); 7-7 Third quarter AGWSR – Levi Stockdale 12 run (Heitland kick); 14-7 Fourth quarter AGWSR – AGWSR safety; 16-7 AGWSR – Clay Meinders 15 pass from Johnson (Heitland kick); 23-7 Belmond-Klemme – Sander 5 run (two point conversion failed); 23-13 Team totals AGWSR B-K Rushes-yards 43-208 28-156 Pass yards 42 61 Comp.-Att.-Int. 4-6-1 6-13-1 Total offense 250 217 Punts-avg. 6-43.8 5-26.8 Individuals Rushing – AGWSR: Clay Meinders 12-74; Levi Stockdale 9-73, 1 TD; Clay Bohner 18-71; Evan Janssen 2-9; Brandon

Levi Stockdale breaks a tackle for a Cougar touchdown to give AGWSR the lead over Belmond-Klemme in the second half of Friday night's game. (Patti Rust/The Grundy Register photo) Johnson 2-(-19). Belmond-Klemme: Korby Sander 18-135, 1 TD; Taylor Meints 8-8; Elijah Kinseth 1-7; Josh Gavin 1-6. Passing – AGWSR: Johnson 4-of-6 for 42 yards, 2 TDs, 1 Int. Belmond-Klemme: Sander 6-of-12 for 61 yards, 1 TD, 1 Int.; Meints 0-1. Receiving – AGWSR: Austin Heitland 2-28, 1 TD; Meinders 1-15, 1 TD; Sully Hofmeister 1-(-1). Belmond-Klemme: Gavin 3-39; Caleb Torkelson 3-22, 1 TD.

Wolverines clinch NICL East title, win Cedar Rapids tourney By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register DIKE — Dike-New Hartford wrapped up its third consecutive North Iowa Cedar League East Division volleyball championship last week while also taking the championship in the largely-Class 4A and 5A Cedar Rapids West Side Invitational. The Wolverines (33-1 overall, 6-0 in the NICL East) extended their division winning streak to 23 matches with a straight sets victory over Denver last Tuesday. D-NH’s last league loss came to Wapsie Valley in 2010. Set scores against Denver were 25-6, 25-16 and 25-9. Briana Weber paced the Wolverines with 13 kills in the match while Brooke Morgan had nine and both Lizzy Blough and Sadie Eden recorded seven. Rachel Koop had 32 assists, Blough eight digs, Morgan six blocks and Taylor Hedges a pair of service aces. The Wolverines hold a onegame lead in the East Division with one match to play. A victory over Hudson, Tuesday, will give them the outright title for the third straight season.

Dike-New Hartford 25 25 25 Denver 6 16 9 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 45 (Briana Weber 13, Brooke Morgan 9), Denver 20. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 35 (Rache Koop 32), Denver 18. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 27 (Lizzy Blough 8, Weber 5), Denver 30. Blocks: Dike-New Hartford16 (Morgan 6, Two tied 3), Denver 3. Service aces: DikeNew Hartford 5 (Taylor Hedges 2, Three tied 1), Denver 3.

Cedar Rapids West Side Invite After getting taken to the brink by unranked Linn-Mar in the tournament semifinals, the Wolverines cruised past Dubuque Hempstead to win the West Side Invitational for

the second straight year. D-NH went 2-0 in pool play, downing Cedar Rapids Kenneday 21-9, 21-13 and Maquoketa 21-6, 21-6 to earn a spot in the championship bracket. They swept Class 5A No. 9 ranked Iowa City West, which was the last team from Iowa to defeat the Wolverines (two years ago), 25-11, 25-13, before getting a stiff test from Linn-Mar, which had swept 3A No. 6 Mount Vernon in the previous round. The Lions led 15-8 in set one before D-NH rallied for a 25-22 victory, and Linn-Mar won the second set 25-23. The loss, D-NH’s first in a set since its own tournament Sept. 21, appeared to refocus the Wolverines, who won the deciding set 15-6 and swept Hempstead, ranked No. 3 om Class 5A, 25-17, 25-19. Weber paced the Wolverines with 53 kills on the day while Morgan had 42 kills and 13 blocks and Koop recorded 120 assists. Wolverines 3, C.R. Kennedy 0 Dike-New Hartford 21 21 Kennedy 9 13 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 23 (Briana Weber 9, Three tied 4), Kennedy NA. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 22 (Rachel Koop 21), Kennedy NA. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 25 (Lizzy Blough 8, Weber 7), Kennedy NA. Blocks: Dike-New Hartford 10 (Ashley Dumler 4, Three tied 2), Kennedy NA. Service aces: Dike-New Hartford 5 (Koop 2, Weber 2), Kennedy NA.

Wolverines 2, Maquoketa 0

Dike-New Hartford 21 21 Maquoketa 6 6 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 21 (Brooke Morgan 8, Briana Weber 7), Maquoketa 5. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 20 (Rachel Koop 18), Maquoketa 5. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 22 (Koop 5, Weber 5), Maquoketa 9. Blocks: Dike-New Hartford 7 (Morgan 4, Koop 2), Maquoketa 0. Service aces: DikeNew Hartford 6 (Lizzy Blough 3, Three tied 1), Kennedy NA.

Wolverines 2, Iowa City West 0

Dike-New Hartford 25 25 Iowa City West 11 13 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 28 (Briana Weber 13, Brooke Morgan 7), West NA. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 25 (Rachel Koop 22), West NA. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 22 (Taylor Hedges 6, Two tied 4), West NA. Blocks: Dike-New Hartford 8 (Ashley Dumler 2, Weber 2), West NA. Service aces: Dike-New Hartford 3 (Three tied 1), West NA.

Wolverines 2, Linn-Mar 1

Dike-New Hartford 25 23 15 Linn-Mar 22 25 6 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 36 (Briana Weber 14, Brooke Morgan 14), Linn-Mar NA. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 39 (Rachel Koop 33), Linn-Mar NA. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 23 (Sam Meyer 6, Two tied 4), Linn-Mar NA. Blocks: Dike-New Hartford 17 (Morgan 5, Two tied 3), Linn-Mar NA. Service aces: Dike-New Hartford 3 (Three tied 1), Linn-Mar NA.

Wolverines 2, Dub. Hempstead 0

Dike-New Hartford 25 25 Dubuque Hempstead 17 19 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 29 (Briana Weber 10, Brooke Morgan 9), Hempstead 21. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 27 (Rachel Koop 26), Dubuque Hempstead 19. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 24 (Weber 9, Lizzy Blough 5), Hempstead 22. Blocks: DikeNew Hartford 9 (Morgan 4, Koop 3), Hempstead 3. Service aces: Dike-New Hartford 4 (Weber 2, Taylor Hedges 2), Hempstead 3.

Dike-New Hartford played its regular-season home finale Tuesday against Hudson. Saturday it heads to Council Bluffs for the first time to play in the very tough Lewis Central tournament. In addition to the home team (which is ranked No. 13 in Class 4A), D-NH expects to play Ankeny (No. 2 in Class 5A), Harlan (No. 1 in 4A), Maple ValleyAnthon-Otto (No. 12 in 2A) and unranked IKM-Manning.

Cougar volleyball defeats South Hardin 3-1

ELDORA — AGWSR picked up its second straight North Iowa Cedar League West Division volleyball victory last Tuesday as it derailed South Hardin’s division 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 Hudson tournament, winning just 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 After dropping the first set 25-18

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the Cougars won three close sets, 25-20, 25-23 and 26-24 to pick up their second straight division win. Madison Fryslie led the Cougars’ 54-kill effort with 14 knock-downs while Danielle Henning had 11 and Ashley Sicard nine. Henning also had 26 assists while Olivia Ingledue had 34 of the team’s 112 digs. Hudson Tournament As it has been all season, tournament play proved difficult 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 Point-Urbana. 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, 2114 victory over the Cougars. Alexa Johnson paced AGWSR with five kills while both Fryslie and Henning had three each. Kim Ellingson had nine digs and seven assists for the Cougars. Kee (Lansing) 2, AGWSR 1 The teams split the first two sets by identical 21-19 scores before Kee won the deciding set 15-13. Fryslie and Johnson paced AGWSR with six kills each while Ingledue had 18 digs and Taylor Steinfeltdt three blocks. Hudson 2, AGWSR 1 The Cougars came back from a

21-18 set-one loss to tie the match with a 21-19 win in set two. The Pirates won a nip-and-tuck third set, 15-13. Freshman Alana Groninga paced the Cougars with five kills while both Ellingson and Fryslie had four each. Henning had 13 assists, Ingledue 13 digs and Ellingson three service aces. Center Point-Urbana 2, AGWSR 0 CP-U dominated the Cougars in set one, 21-3, before the Cougars made things much closer in the second set before falling 22-20. Fryslie and Steinfeldt had two kills each for the Cougars while Ingledue and 10 digs and Henning two service aces.

Tackles (Solos-Assists) – AGWSR: Meinders 5-3; Joey Neely 5-1; Carson Lutterman 3-3; Heitland 4-1; Trevor Bakker 3-2; Tanner Reents 2-3; Stockdale 3-0; Hofmeister 1-1; Bohner 1-0; Valentine Bourgois 1-0; Jeremiah Clemons 1-0; Johnson 1-0; Jeremiah Stull 1-0. BelmondKlemme: Meints 2-11; Dustin Bruns 3-7; Luke Worden 6-4; Albaro Lucio 1-8; Sander 5-3; Oscar Calles 2-3; Adam Smith 0-3; Torkelson 1-1; Riley Kindwall 0-2; Kinseth

1-0; Colton Kuhlers 1-0; Desiderio Murillo 1-0; Tanner Heaberlin 0-1; Nick Raftis 0-1. Tackles for Loss – AGWSR: Meinders 4; Neely 2; Reents 2; Bakker 1; Heitland 1; Lutterman 1. Belmond Klemme: Lucio 1; Worden 1. Fumble Recoveries – AGWSR: Bakker 1. Belmond-Klemme: None. Interceptions – AGWSR: Hofmeister 1. Belmond-Klemme: Torkelson 1.

Wolverines tops Hudson 35-7 BY PATTI RUST Sports Correspondent HUDSON – Dike-New Hartford held on to sole possession of the lead in Class 1A District 3 and clinched a playoff berth with a 35-7 win at Hudson last Friday night. The Wolverine offense wasted no time in building an early lead while the defense held the Pirates scoreless for three quarters. “I thought we really came out ready to play,” Dike-New Hartford head coach Don Betts said. “Our guys got after them right away and we were able to set the tone early.” Carson Parker connected with Levi Lynch on a 20-yard pass in the opening quarter for the first Wolverine score of the night. D-NH mixed it up offensively in the second quarter, scoring on a run, a pass, and an interception. Parker finished off a scoring drive by taking the ball the final yard himself for a TD early in the second, connected on a short pass with Zach Nicholson for another, and Gabe Eiklenborg capped off the first half scoring with a 32-yard interception return to bring the score to 28-0 at the midway point. D-NH would score once more in the third period on a Lynch 29-yard TD run. “Offensively, I thought our guys up front did a nice job handling a variety of looks that they gave us,” Betts said. “That lets our playmakers make plays.” Cuvelier carried the ball 14 times for 86 of the Wolverines’ 207 rushing yards. Lynch went 75 yards in nine carries. Parker completed 6-of10 passed for 64 yards. The D-NH defense denied the Pirate passing game, allowing no completions in 12 attempts, and picking four interceptions. Hudson’s only score came on a Cameron Wright 73-yard run in the fourth quarter. “Defensively, I thought we played extremely well,” Betts said. “We contained them except for a couple of plays.”  This Friday D-NH (7-0 overall, 4-0 District 1A-3) hosts West Fork (2-5 overall, 1-3 District 1A-3) at Dike, a game in which they could lock up the district championship with a win over the Warhawks.

“Although West Fork has struggled somewhat this season, they have a very explosive player in Spencer Halloran. He will challenge our defense with both his running and passing ability,” Betts said. “They have some good athletes he can get the ball to. We will need a great defensive performance again this week.”    D-NH Hudson

7 21 7 0 — 35 0 0 0 7 — 7 Scoring Summary First quarter Dike-New Hartford – Levi Lynch 20 pass from Carson Parker (Byron Fritch kick); 7-0 Second quarter Dike-New Hartford – Parker 1 run (Fritch kick); 14-0 Dike-New Hartford – Zach Nicholson 5 pass from Parker (Fritch kick); 21-0 Dike-New Hartford – Gabe Eiklenborg 32 interception return (Fritch kick); 28-0 Third quarter Dike-New Hartford – Lynch 29 run (Fritch kick); 35-0 Fourth quarter Hudson – Cameron Wright 73 run (Wright kick); 35-7 Team totals D-NH Hudson Rushes-yards 39-207 36-188 Pass yards 64 0 Comp.-Att.-Int. 6-10-0 0-12-4 Total offense 271 188 Punts-avg. 4-39.8 4-30.5 Individuals Rushing – Dike-New Hartford: Ben Cuvelier 14-86; Levi Lynch 9-75, 1 TD; Gabe Eiklenborg 1-15; Trent Johnson 6-13; Connor Ragsdale 5-12; Blaine Becker 1-5; Carson Parker 3-1, 1 TD. Hudson: Cameron Wright 11-142, 1 TD; Nick Engel 13-25; Joe Hageman 5-19; Shane Karkosh 2-3; Colten Pitts 5-(-1). Passing – Dike-New Hartford: Parker 6-of-10 for 64 yards, 2 TDs. Hudson: Wright 0-of-10, 4 Int.; Dylan Hassman 0-2. Receiving – Dike-New Hartford: Eiklenborg 3-31; Lynch 2-28, 1 TD; Nicholson 1-5, 1 TD. Hudson: None. Tackles (Solos-Assists) – Dike-New Hartford: Lynch 4-5; Cuvelier 5-1; Brice Beninga 4-1; Brian Coulthard 3-1; Ragsdale 3-1; Carter Bixby 3-0; Tommy Irvin 2-1; Cole Wildeboer 2-0; Kyle Dennis 1-1; Alex Andersen 1-0; Grant Bossom 1-0; Eiklenborg 1-0; Connor Neuroth 1-0; Tyler Weise 1-0; Connor McCleeary 0-1; Preston Wheat 0-1. Hudson: Karkosh 7-3; Hageman 5-4; Luke Huber 7-1; Antwain Strong 5-3; Ben Henderson 4-1; Wright 3-2; Drew Selenke 4-0; Noah Huber 3-1; Nick Reed 1-3; Austin Swangel 1-3; Hassman 3-0; Ross Anderson 1-1; Pitts 1-1; Jesse Murray 1-0. Tackles for Loss – Dike-New Hartford: Beninga 2; Cuvelier 2; Coulthard 1. Hudson: L. Huber 3, Selenke 3. Interceptions – Dike-New Hartford: Wheat 2; Cuvelier 1; Eiklenborg 1, 1 TD. Hudson: None.

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IF-A/AGWSR, Dike-New Hartford among top teams at Dike-New Hartford Invitational By PATTI RUST Sports Correspondent DIKE – The Iowa Falls-Alden/ AGWSR girls went third among 17 scoring teams and the Cadet boys finished fifth among 16 scoring teams on the hills of the Fox Ridge Golf Course, the site of the DikeNew Hartford Invitational on Tuesday, Oct. 8. Host Dike-New Hartford placed third as a team in the boys’ varsity race and the girls went sixth. The IF-A/AGWSR varsity girls had two runners place in the top 10, Bethany Lippert fourth and Jessica Lippert sixth. “Improvements continue for the 2013 season and in comparison to the 2012 season,” Iowa Falls-Alden/ AWSR girls’ coach Jamie Maxwell said. “In 2012 the girls finished fourth behind North Linn, Dike, and Denver. Tonight, the only repeat team to beat them was North Linn; Grinnell was added to the meet this year.”  “We went into the night looking for a top three finish and to decrease our spread, and we achieved both,” Maxwell said. “We are right where we want to be at this point in the season.” Landon Boomsma led the Cadet boys to their fifth place finish with a 21st place showing. Jacob Sundholm went 29th, Alan Bruflodt 33rd, and Miguel Reyes 36th. “We actually had a great night, great weather, and almost all the kids set personal records,” Iowa FallsAlden/AGWSR boys’ coach Robert Frenchick said. “Fifth out of 17 schools isn’t too bad. If we can keep this momentum going, we should have a pretty good showing at the NCC meet.” “Landon had a great run in 17:36. The rest of the IF-A/AGWSR runners finished within 1:05 of each other.  I am very happy with the results,” he said. The Wolverine girls were led by Haley Luna’s eighth place finish. Kadi Wright landed in the top 20 with an 18th place showing, Jurane Lizer went 46th and Hannah Dove 48th. “The women’s team really made some strides in their competing mode,” Dike-New Hartford coach Barry Cuvelier said. “Haley Luna placed in the top 10 which is a great

accomplishment for a great field of runners. Emma Williams in the JV race ran well in a field that was also strong.” John Crew ran to a fourth place finish, and Kyle Corwin went 32nd to lead the Wolverine boys’ team. Bryce Dall went 37th, Derrick Fanzen 40th, and Nick Nielsen and Ethan Stancliffe were 45th and 46th. “On the men’s side I think we made big strides in running as a pack and that we were able to move up in a big meet like we had tonight,” Cuvelier said. “John Crew made some big steps in staying up with the front pack which I think will provide for some excitement as we head into districts. Derrick Franzen as well had a great race for me.” “We are just hoping as districts are released that we can find ourselves in a position to compete for a chance at state,” Cuvelier said. “It will be a big challenge but the races we had tonight were a step towards getting ready for districts.” “I’m glad we got a chance to run against more teams from the area,” Grundy Center coach Chris Henely said. “We were fortunate to see some schools we will be facing in districts. With districts in Eagle Grove this year we needed a course that had a decent hill for the athletes to get used to. This course was great preparation for districts.” Tiana Saak and Hannah Stumberg finished in the top 30 to lead the Grundy Center girls, Saak finishing 26th and Stumberg 29th. “With a few injuries and ailments, our girls’ team was cut thin,” Henely said. “I’m happy with how the younger girls pushed themselves. We had great performances from Tiana Saak, Harper Wells, and Kaitlynn Ehrig.” Espen and Finn Cleveland led the Grundy Center boys with 36th and 48th place finishes. “The boys continued to improve as Espen Cleveland led the team,” Henely said. “Finn Cleveland, Dylan Hendricks, and our foreign exchange student Gideon Danbauchi continue to drop time and show a lot of strength in the race.” “I’m looking forward to conference this coming week,” he said. “We will be a team that could sneak in some top places. I look at next

week as a good estimate of how our athletes will compete at districts.” Tyler Bovy earned the top finish for the Gladbrook-Reinbeck runners with a 17th place showing in the varsity boys’ race, while Nicole Adair led the Rebel girls with a 33rd place finish. “We saw several positives,” Gladbrook-Reinbeck coach Andy McQuillen said. “Nicole Adair, Meg Edler, and Hannah Martin ran stronger races. Tyler Bovy again put himself in the front of the pack with a top 20 finish. We just have to find that next gear as we head into the final week of the regular season. Our conference meet is as tough as any in the state, so we have to be prepared.”  The IF-A/AGWSR teams were scheduled to compete at the North Central Conference meet in Eagle Grove on Tuesday, Oct. 15. DikeNew Hartford, Grundy Center, and Gladbrook-Reinbeck were all headed to the Union Invitational in La Porte City on Tuesday before competing at the North Iowa Cedar League conference meet in Reinbeck on Saturday. Dike-New Hartford Invitational Girls’ Varsity Results (4K) Team Results — 1) Grinnell 62; 20 North Linn 96; 3) Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR 119; 4) Hudson 152; 5) Starmont 168; 6) DikeNew Hartford 169; 7) Denver 190; 8) South Tama 215; 9) BCLUW 261; 10) North Tama 266; 11) Grundy Center 275; 12) AplingtonParkersburg 295; 13) Janesville 310; 14) Union 325; 15) Wapsie Valley 385; 160 Jesup 419; 17) West Marshall 426. No team score: Don Bosco, Dunkerton, GMG, GladbrookReinbeck, Tripoli. Dike-New Hartford individuals — 8) Haylee Luna 16:21; 18) Kadi Wright 16:48; 46) Jurane Lizer 17:47; 48) Hannah Dove 17:52; 59) Carolyn Bolhuis 18:17; 76) Olivia Verhulst 18:52; 107) Jenna Hensley 20:04. Gladbrook-Reinbeck individuals — 31) Nicole Adair 17:21; 69) Meg Edler 18:38; 91) Hannah Martin 19:23. Grundy Center individuals — 26) Tiana Saak 17:07; 29) Hannah Stumberg 17:16; 67) Mellina Wrage 18:36; 70) Harper Wells 18:43; 104) Dalyn Maxson 19:58; 112) Kate Ross 20:20; 124) Kaitlynn Ehrig 22:35. Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR individuals — 4) Bethany Lippert 15:54; 6) Jessica Lippert 16:09; 35) Taylor Risius 17:26; 40) Taylor Dougan 17:34; 42) Brittany Fisher 17:35; 47) Eri Siems 17:51; 51) Amanda Smith 17:58. Girls’ JV Results (4K) Team Results — 1) Grinnell 20; 2) North Linn 39; 3) Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR 85; 4) Denver, South Tama 137 (tie); 6) Dike-New Hartford 171; 7) Dunkerton 185; 8) Starmont 190. No team score: BCLUW, Columbus,

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BY PATTI RUST Sports Correspondent OSKALOOSA – The Grundy Center Spartan volleyball team was one match shy of a perfect week last week as they played their way to the runner-up spot at the Oskaloosa Invitational on Saturday. The Spartans Sunday Night Mixed fell in the final to North Polk 25DOH’s — 55-33 20, 21-25, 14-16, narrowly missing Team Mc­— 54-34 the win after failing to convert on a Whatevers — 51-37 match point opportunity in the final Perfect Storm — 41-47 set. Refreshments — 32-56 “We played pretty solid but are Double D — 31-57 still working on consistency,” Grun Jason Reuther- 223, 611, 231, dy Center head coach Darwin Sents 635 said. “It was a disappointing loss to Eunice Riesberg- 224, 574, 240 North Polk, but they are a team we Kathy Mauer- 631 could obviously play with. It was a Team Mc- 744, 2048, 849, 2363 good learning experience.” Sunday Night Mixed The Spartans swept all three opTeam Manly Drug — 4-0 ponents 2-0 in pool play, defeating DOH’s ­— 3-1 Gilbert 21-12, 21-19, Ottumwa 22Perfect Storm — 2-2 20, 21-13, and Fairfield 21-13, 21Whatevers — 2-2 11. DOC’s — 0-4 As the number one seed coming Refreshments — 0-4 out of pool play, the Spartans earned Rich Riesberg- 240, 607 a bye before they faced Gilbert for Eunice Riesberg- 234, 593 the second time of the day, this time Team Manly Drug- 726, 811, taking the win in the semi-final 2105, 2348 match 22-25, 25-12, 15-13. Alyssa Mathews led the Spartans with eight Lucky Strikers kills and 12 assists. Stephanie Faust Scotty’s Saloon— 17-11 also scored eight kills, Katie LindeMiller Time — 15-13 man had six, and Kennedy Bus five. Pink Kitties— 14-14 Peyton Ralston contributed nine digs Trunck’s Country Foods— 14-14 and four aces serves to the Spartan GNB Insurance— 13-15 effort. Riley Sents recorded 31 digs Wild Wade’s Women— 11-17 and Piper Johanns added 14. Staci Kruger- 184 In the final match against North Cherie Eckhoff- 247 Polk, Faust led the Spartan offense Jessica Miller-476, 638 Trunck s Country Foods- 606, with nine kills and Lindeman added 1767 five, while Alyssa Mathews supMiller Time- 864, 2466 ported the attack at the net with 17 assists. Defensively Sents put up 29 digs and Johanns had 16. Buss and Noel Saak had two blocks apiece. Grundy Center (25-8 overall, 6-0 FAMILY PRACTICE OF NICL-West) was scheduled to travel C. J. LaTendresse, M.D. to Tama Tuesday night to take on the 1506 G Ave., Grundy Center

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Grundy Center 21 21 Gilbert 12 19 Kills: Grundy Center 17 (Stephanie Faust 5, four tied 3), Gilbert 18. Assists: Grundy Center 14 (Alyssa Mathews 10), Gilbert 16. Blocks: Grundy Center 6 (Faust 2, four tied 1), Gilbert 5. Digs: Grundy Center 25 (Riley Sents 13), Gilbert 32. Service aces: Grundy Center 10 (Sents 4, Katie Lindeman 3), Gilbert 1. Grundy Center 2, Ottumwa 0 Grundy Center 22 21 Ottumwa 20 13 Kills: Grundy Center 21 (Stephanie Faust 6, Katie Lindeman 6), Ottumwa 16. Assists: Grundy Center 20 (Alyssa Mathews 13), Ottumwa 16. Blocks: Grundy Center 2 (A. Mathews 1, Noel Saak 1), Ottumwa 2. Digs: Grundy Center 41 (Riley Sents 18), Ottumwa 34. Service aces: Grundy Center 3 (three tied 1), Ottumwa 3. Grundy Center 2, Fairfield 0 Grundy Center 21 21 Fairfield 13 11 Kills: Grundy Center 19 (Stephanie Faust 5, Katie Lindeman 5, Alyssa Mathews 4), Fairfield 8. Assists: Grundy Center 12 (Alyssa Mathews 12), Fairfield 7. Blocks: Grundy Center 5 (Noel Saak 3), Fairfield 3. Digs: Grundy Center 38 (Riley Sents 15), Fairfield 29. Service aces: Grundy Center 7 (Peyton Ralston 6), Fairfield 0. Grundy Center 2, Gilbert 1 Grundy Center 22 25 15 Gilbert 25 12 13 Kills: Grundy Center 32 (Stephanie Faust 8, Alyssa Mathews 8, Katie Lindeman 6, Kennedy Buss 5), North Polk 24. Assists: Grundy Center 28 (A. Mathews 12, Peyton Ralston 9), North Polk 22. Blocks: Grundy Center 4 (Buss 2), North Polk 4. Digs: Grundy Center 88 (Riley Sents 31, Piper Johanns 14), North Polk 58. Service aces: Grundy Center 9 (Ralston 4), North Polk 2. North Polk 2, Grundy Center 1 Grundy Center 25 21 14 North Polk 20 25 16 Kills: Grundy Center 26 (Stephanie Faust 9, Katie Lindeman 5), North Polk 31. Assists: Grundy Center 24 (Alyssa Mathews 17), North Polk 26. Blocks: Grundy Center 7 (Kennedy Buss 2, Noel Saak 2), North Polk 12. Digs: Grundy Center 87 (Riley Sents 29, Piper Johanns 16), North Polk 45. Service aces: Grundy Center 5 (five tied 1), North

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GRUNDY CENTER – Earlier in the week Grundy Center captured two NICL-West wins on their home court, both in three straight sets, over East Marshall and South Hardin. The Spartans topped the Mustangs 25-10, 25-12, 25-19 on Tuesday. Kayla Mathews led the Spartan attack at net with 13 kills and Katie Lindeman added eight. Peyton Ralston recorded 14 assists and Alyssa Mathews 10. Riley Sents led the defense with 22 digs, and Piper Johanns and Ralston added 11 apiece. Lindeman, Ralston, Alyssa Mathews, and Noel Saak all scored three aces serves. On Thursday the Spartans upended the Tigers 25-14, 25-18, 2516. Lindeman and Buss teamed up at the net for 13 and 10 kills respectively. Alyssa Mathews provided 19 assists. Defensively Sents had 19 digs and Johanns had 13. Ralston contributed 16 assists, 12 digs, and four aces serves to the Spartan win. “I thought we played solid against East Marshall and played really well against South Hardin,” Coach Sents said. “We found some consistency in solid hitting against South Hardin and that is what we’re looking for. The kids did a really good job.” Grundy Center 3, East Marshall 0 Grundy Center 25 25 25 East Marshall 10 12 19 Kills: Grundy Center 33 (Kayla Mathews 13, Katie Lindeman 8), East Marshall 13. Assists: Grundy Center 30 (Peyton Ralston 14, Alyssa Mathews 10), East Marshall 12. Blocks: Grundy Center 0, East Marshall 4. Digs: Grundy Center 72 (Riley Sents 22, Piper Johanns 11, Ralston 11), East Marshall 21. Service aces: Grundy Center 12 (four tied 3), East Marshall 6. Grundy Center 3, South Hardin 0 Grundy Center 25 25 25 South Hardin 14 18 16 Kills: Grundy Center 44 (Katie Lindeman 13, Kennedy Buss 10), South Hardin 29. Assists: Grundy Center 40 (Alyssa Mathews 19, Peyton Ralston 16), South Hardin 26. Blocks: Grundy Center 3 (three tied 1), South Hardin 8. Digs: Grundy Center 66 (Riley Sents 19, Piper Johanns 13, Ralston 12), South Hardin 43. Service aces: Grundy Center 9 (Ralston 4), South Hardin 2.


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Clark, Rebels run roughshod on Spartans G-R needs one win to clinch District 4 title

By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register GLADBROOK - Chase Clark needed only one half to reach 200 yards for the fifth straight game as Gladbrook-Reinbeck clinched a playoff berth with a 42-0 victory over Grundy Center in a battle of Class A, District 4 unbeatens. The Rebels (5-2 overall, 4-0 in District 4) held Grundy Center’s offense, which came into the game averaging 479 yards per district contest, to 113 yards. Their offense rolled up 417 yards despite a running clock throughout the second half. Gladbrook-Reinbeck played nothing like the team that Grundy Center shut out 13-0 to claim the Victory Bell trophy for just the third time in the previous 15 meetings a year ago. Instead, the Rebels dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage in a game that was just as lopsided as the final score indicates. “We really wanted to get after them right away,” Rebel coach John Olson said. “It’s easy to get out of the moment a little bit and play on a 94-year history and stuff like that, but just do your job; just focus. I think our kids are way more mature this year than they were last year … the same kids, they’ve just grown up, and they don’t let the game get any bigger than it is. We know how big it is for the community and we know how important it is for us to win, but it could have been anybody else on that sideline and we had to do the same thing.” “We just got whipped in all facets of the game,” Grundy Center coach Brent Thoren said. “I take responsibility for it. I did not get my team ready to play tonight and it was one of those things where it just kind of snowballed. We had a poor punt to start the game, we had a penalty and after that we could not any any type of momentum going

Rebel senior Chase Clark needed just one half to amass 200 yards in Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s 42-0 victory over Grundy Center Friday. (John Jensen/The Grundy Register photo) offensively.” Clark, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound rolling ball of butcher knives who leads Class A in rushing, reached 200 yards despite finishing with just one run of more than 17 yards. He amassed 26 carries in the first 24 minutes before watching the entire second half from the sideline. That was fun,” Olson said. “It would have been nice to play him another series or two but every game except (two) he’s had 200 yards this year so we’ll just keep rolling. It’s no secret he’s going to get the ball.” “I think it was a combination of things,” Thoren said of the Spartans’ inability to stop the Rebels. “They have really good skill position kids and we did not tackle very well, either.” “Our offensive line, those holes were there for him,” Olson said. “They were in a five-man front and we’ve struggled in the past against

a five-man front, we struggled last year against a five-man front … those are the things that get lost. Zach Pierce did an awesome job, Luke Holman did an awesome job, Pete Meyers, Brayden Trepp, Dalton Schwartz is only a sophomore, those guys did an awesome job opening up holes.” Even when Clark wasn’t running the ball, other Rebels were effective moving it. Quarterback Cam Kickbush hit 5-of-6 pass attempts for 108 yards while sophomore running back Eric Stoakes finished with 96 yards on 12 secondhalf carries. Most things went right for the Rebels. They fumbled the ball four times in the backfield but wound up gaining yards on each of the plays, and their lone punt of the night came out low and rolling end-overend but took a fortuitous bounce more than 20 yards inside the Spartan 15.

Grundy Center, which had been averaging 41.5 points per district contest, had just one productive drive all night. Twenty-one of their 34 plays went for three yards or less including 10 of their 12 pass plays. “We couldn’t grind the ball down the field like we wanted to,” Thoren said. “We were forced to throw the ball more than we normally to. We weren’t as unpredictable as we like to be.” “Our defense all week had a great week of practice,” Olson said. “We knew what was going to come at us. We told our kids all week we have to win in practice.” The Rebel mentor said his defense spent much of the week practicing without a football. “You’ve got to get your reads, get your techniques, you have to get lined up right and it tremendously helps on a night like this,” he said. “When you get against a team

like Grundy that has a lot of deception in the backfield and motion, you can get kids that are looking all over the place,” he said. “You don’t need that happening. We just need them to stare at the offensive line and just take care of defense.” Bryce Moats paced the Spartan offense with 57 rushing yards on six carries and a 12-yard pass reception. Gladbrook-Reinbeck took advantage of a short field to take an early lead. Grundy Center received the opening kickoff and was stopped short on third down before its punt went off the side of the punter’s leg for just six yards to the 36-yard line. From there the Rebels needed just six plays to hit pay dirt. Quarterback Cam Kickbush went the final two yards into the end zone and Wyatt Swanson’s kick made it a 7-0 game. Grundy Center drove into Rebel territory and threatened to tie the game before its drive stalled at the G-R 37-yard line. Brock Rohler’s 54-yard field goal attempt was long enough but wide left. The Rebels responded with an eightplay, 80-yard drive capped by Clark’s longest run of the night, a 45-yard dash into the end zone. A 10-yard Clark scoring run and 1-yard Clark plunge into the end zone made it 28-0 before senior lineman Pete Meyers got into the scoring act, finding the end zone on a three-yard run after lining up a fullback. Meyers has three rushes this season, all for touchdowns. The Rebels appeared to score once more on the final play of the half, but Dustin Dinsdale’s interception return to the end zone was called back on a penalty. The senior found the end zone for the Rebels’ only score of the second half on a 1-yard dive into the end zone. G-R can wrap up the District 4 championship with a victory at Belle Plaine Friday or a victory over GMG Oct. 25. Grundy Center, which had already clinched a playoff berth before Friday’s game, wraps up its regular season at home Friday against North Tama. A victory would assure the Spartans of a second-place district finish. Game Notes -- Grundy Cen-

ter senior Hillary Samo and Gladbrook-Reinbeck sophomore Noah Ohrt served as honorary captains for the game and took place in the ceremonial coin toss before kickoff. Samo is battling Stage 2 Hodgkin’s lymphoma while Ohrt has been battling Ewing’s sarcoma for two years. G-R’s victory pulls it to within a game of the Spartans in the all-time Battle for the Victory Bell series. Grundy Center leads the series 43-42-9, including games against Gladbrook-Reinbeck and Reinbeck. Grundy Center 0 0 0 0 -- 0 G-R 14 21 7 0 -- 42 Scoring Summary First quarter G-R -- Cam Kickbush 2 run (Wyatt Swanson kick); 7-0 G-R -- Chase Clark 45 run (Swanson kick); 14-0 Second quarter G-R -- Clark 10 run (Swanson kick); 21-0 G-R -- Clark 1 run (Swanson kick); 28-0 G-R -- Pete Meyers 3 run (Swanson kick); 35-0 Third quarter G-R -- Dustin Dinsdale 1 run (Swanson kick); 42-0

Team totals GC G-R First downs 6 18 Rushes-yards 23-97 48-308 Pass yards 16 108 Comp-Att-Int 3-11-1 5-6-0 Total offense 113 416 Punts-Avg. 5-31.8 1-55.0 Fumbles-lost 1-0 4-0 Penalties-yards 5-27 7-60 Individuals Rushing – Grundy Center: Bryce Moats 6-57; Bryce Flater 6-32; Jordan Clapp 8-15; Brock Rohler 3-(minus 7). GladbrookReinbeck: Chase Clark 26-200, 3 TDs; Eric Stoakes 12-96, 1 TD; Cam Kickbush 6-4, 1 TD; Dustin Dinsdale 2-3; Kainen Hendricks 1-3; Pete Meyers 1-3, 1 TD. Passing – Grundy Center: Rohler 3-of11 for 16 yards, 1 int. Gladbrook-Reinbeck: Kickbush 5-of-6 for 108 yards. Receiving – Grundy Center: Moats 1-12; Lane Bangasser 1-5; Austin Burroughs 1-(minus 1). Gladbrook-Reinbeck: Wyatt Swanson 1-42; Phillip Zimmerman 1-28; Dinsdale 1-17; Josh Cooley 1-11; Stoakes 1-10. Tackles (solos-assists) – Grundy Center: Not available. Gladbrook-Reinbeck: Marco Barron 0-1; Cameron Clark 0-1; Ch. Clark 0-4; Cooley 2-1; Colton Dinsdale 0-1; D. Dinsdale 4-6; Bryce Ehlers 2-0; Ty Eiffler 1-1; Logan Flamme 0-2; Blake Kibe 0-1; Kickbush 1-1; Austin Lott 2-2; Meyers 1-4; Bennett Petersen 0-2; Zach Pierce 2-2; Swanson 0-1. Interceptions -- Gladbrook-Reinbeck: Dinsdale.

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Grundy Center senior Hillary Samo stood with Jordan Clapp, Brady Hook and Lane Bangasser as an honorary captain prior to Friday’s game. Gladbrook-Reinbeck sophomore Noah Ohrt, who is also battling cancer, was Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s honorary captain for the game.

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BY PATTI RUST Sports Correspondent CONRAD – The Gladbrook-Reinbeck volleyball team went an even 2-2 at the BCLUW Invitational on Saturday. The Rebels won their first two pool play matches, downing East Marshall 21-19, 21-16, and Valley Lutheran 21-6, 21-5. In the their third and final match of morning pool play, G-R took New Hampton to three sets before losing the closely played match 21-19, 12-21, 13-15. Moving on to the championship bracket the Rebels faced BCLUW, and their day came to an end with a 17-25, 9-25 loss to the Comets. Britney Keller led the Rebels with 25 kills on the day. Jenny Schildroth had 59 assists, and Alyssa Christopher led in digs with 25. G-R (9-21 overall, 2-4 NICLWest) was scheduled to take on South Hardin in Reinbeck on Tuesday, Oct. 15, and travel to Traer to face off against North Tama on Thursday, Oct. 17.

BCLUW Invitational Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2, East Marshall 0 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 21 21

East Marshall 19 16 Kills: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 15 (Britney Keller 4, Hanna Christopher 3), East Marshall 19. Assists: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 12 (Jenny Schildroth 11), East Marshall 19. Blocks: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 7 (three tied 2), East Marshall 2. Digs: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 16 (Alyssa Christopher 5, Keller 3), East Marshall 19. Service aces: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 6 (Bailea Evenson 4), East Marshall 1. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2, Valley Lutheran 0 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 21 21 Valley Lutheran 6 5 Kills: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 18 (Britney Keller 7, Ellie Stoakes 4), Valley Lutheran 4. Assists: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 18 (Jenny Schildroth 14), Valley Lutheran 4. Blocks: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 0, Valley Lutheran 2. Digs: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 11 (Bailea Evenson 5, Alyssa Christopher 3), Valley Lutheran 0. Service aces: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 13 (Schildroth 7, A. Christopher 4), Valley Lutheran 0. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 1, New Hampton 2 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 21 12 13 New Hampton 19 21 15 Kills: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 28 (Ellie Stoakes 9, Britney Keller 8), New Hampton 23. Assists: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 26 (Jenny Schildroth 23), New Hampton 22. Blocks: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 5 (Stoakes 2, three tied 1), New Hampton 6. Digs: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 33 (Bailea Evenson 13, Alyssa Christopher 9), New Hampton 35. Service aces: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 3 (three tied 1), New Hampton 3. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 0, BCLUW 2 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 17 9

BCLUW 25 25 Kills: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 13 (Britney Keller 5, Ellie Stoakes 4), BCLUW 20. Assists: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 13 (Jenny Schildroth 11), BCLUW 26. Blocks: GladbrookReinbeck 7 (Stoakes 3), BCLUW 13. Digs: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 33 (Alyssa Christopher 8, Keller 8), BCLUW 24. Service aces: Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2 (Taylor Weida 2), BCLUW 3. STATE CENTER – The Rebels lost a heartbreaker to West Marshall last Tuesday night, going five sets with three of them decided by a two point margin before taking the loss to the Trojans, 27-25, 20-25, 17-25, 2523, 14-16. Hanna Christopher, Britney Keller, and Ellie Stoakes all scored seven kills for the Rebels, and Jenny Schildroth contributed 47 assists to the offensive effort. Defensively, Christopher, Stoakes, and Taylor Weida had three blocks each. Alyssa Christopher led the Rebels in digs with 30; Bailea Evenson added 22 and Keller 21.

Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2, West Marshall 3 G-R 27 20 17 25 14 West Marshall 25 25 25 23 16 Kills: G-R 64 (Hanna Christopher 7, Britney Keller 7, Ellie Stoakes 7), West Marshall 48. Assists: G-R 61 (Jenny Schildroth 47), West Marshall 46. Blocks: G-R 11 (Christopher 3, Stoakes 3, Taylor Weida 3), West Marshall 7. Digs: G-R 103 (Alyssa Christopher 30, Bailea Evenson 22, Keller 21), West Marshall 73. Service aces: G-R 5 (Keller 2, Stoakes 2), West Marshall 13.


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