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| OCTOBER 23, 2013|Volume 124| Issue 43

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Carnegie Café blends cuisine and history By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor A bit of Lake City culture was in danger of being lost this year when the founder and owner of the Carnegie Café, Colin King, decided to no longer operate his bistro-style café. The café is located across from the Lake City square in the former library that was funded by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The café had a reputation for excellent and unique cuisine but even before King decided to no

dinners. There are a few additions to the menu, but many of the signature items of the former owner remain in place. Green explained that the recipes were sold along with the business and King trained the new owners in recipe preparation. In June, the new owners took over operation. A significant improvement is in the regularity of the hours. The café is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., “Or

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a customer who happens to be an experienced cook, tried to guess the ingredients of the dressing, naming four ingredients, none of which is contained in the dressing. Green and Schwering are particularly proud of their Carnegie Corner, which pays tribute to the man who sold Carnegie Steel in 1901 to J.P. Morgan and used the money to build 3,000 libraries, including 101 in Iowa. He also paid for thousands of church organs across the country. “We serve unique meals with a

Jeff Schwering and Tami Green, stand in front of the Carnegie Corner in their café, with memorabilia honoring the philanthropist who paid for the building that served as Lake City’s library for nearly a century. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

Jennifer Rossmanith is the chef and manager for the Carnegie Café where the former library check out desk now serves as the bar. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross) longer operate the café, he had other interests. King bought the former library from the city in 2003 for $1 and operated it for 10 years. In April of this year, King approached Tami Green in an effort to recruit someone to keep the business operating. Green is a CPA involved in a number of community activities, including serving on the Lake City Council. “I didn’t want to see this close. In my heart, I knew the potential this place had, so I talked my husband into helping me keep this place open,” Green said. Her husband, Jeff Schwering, was a recent retiree from Graham Tire Center, and shared his wife’s optimism regarding the café’s potential. “We both support the town as much as possible. It was important to keep this open,” Schwering said. Schwering was not really successful at retiring, returning to work in Mason City three days a week and then five days a week. On Friday and Saturday evenings, Green and Schwering are hosts at the Carnegie Cafe. Green also recruited her daughterin-law, Jennifer Rossmanith, to serve as manager and also as full-time chef for both the Monday through Friday lunch and the Friday and Saturday

whenever people are done. We don’t turn people away,” Green said. The Friday and Saturday dinner is served from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. People who have reservations have priority but much of the business is from walk-in customers. There will be evenings when private parties result in the closing of business to walk-in traffic, particularly as the Christmas party season arrives, but this will be posted well in advance on Facebook. The café will also be opened on nights during the week to accommodate private parties. Green noted that people come from Waterloo or Des Moines or Sioux City just to dine at the Carnegie Café, particularly since the business was featured on the IPTV program Iowa’s Simple Pleasures (the archived episode can be accessed through the IPTV website). This episode about Lake City also included Cornerstone Suites and Dobson Pipe Organ. One of the more popular items featured on the Iowa’s Simple Pleasures episode is the Cranapple Salad with a secret dressing. Schwering noted that

slice of history,” Green said. The new owners have expanded the library theme. New menus now at the printers will have new names of menu items as well as signature drinks in the theme of books. The 50 Shades of Grey is a cocktail that includes Grey Goose, Blue Curacao and cranberry liqueur and their Reuben sandwich has been renamed Catcher in the Rye, just two examples of the book-themed offerings.

The café offers a variety of beers, both domestic and imported. There are four house label wines produced by an Indianola winery. Green and Schwering plan to make a wine tasting trip soon to add to their selection of wines. A new promotion being offered is a rewards program, with a magnetic strip card that provides discounts for repeat customers. This card can also be used as gift certificates. There is an upcoming Grand

Reopening on Nov. 15 and 16 with details yet to be worked out. Patrick Vanderheiden of Lake City Flowers plans an open house event at the same time. He assists in the decoration of the Carnegie Café and Green promises that the Christmas decorations this year will be impressive. “I really enjoy the creative aspect of this business,” Green said.

A building funded by Andrew Carnegie served as the library in Lake City from 1908 to 2003. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

Over $99,000 available for grants in Calhoun County

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The Depot People served up a hearty meal of Hobo Stew, hot dogs and ice cream during their popular annual fund raising at the old depot in Rockwell City. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

The Calhoun County Community Foundation (CCCF) has received more than $99,000 for grant distribution to non-profit 501c3 corporations or government entities for projects that positively impact quality of life in Calhoun County. The grants, up to $5,000, can be used for projects which fall under: arts & culture, community affairs & development, education, environmental protection, health, historic preservation and human services. Funds are intended for new projects, or for the enhancement or expansion of existing services, programs, or facilities; ongoing operational expenses of an organization are not eligible for grant funding. The Calhoun County Community Foundation was formed in 2005 to coordinate and provide philanthropic

support for community betterment projects in Calhoun County. More than $600,000 has been granted to 173 local projects over the past 8 years, leveraging more than $2-million to complete those projects. A mandatory grant-writing workshop for first time applicants will be held Thursday, Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Calhoun County Economic Development office, 910 Tonawanda (located east of the South Central Calhoun Middle School, the old Iowa Telecom building). The workshop will last about one hour. Grant applications will be available Nov. 1 at www.cccfiowa. org. The grant deadline is Monday, Jan. 6, 2014. All inquiries pertaining to the Calhoun County Community Foundation, 2014 grant application

opportunities, and other foundation information should be directed to: Calhoun County Community Foundation Attention: Pam Anderson 910 Tonawanda, PO Box 47 Rockwell City, Iowa 50579 (712) 297-5601 ccedc@windstream.net

Veterans Day Program

Monday, Nov. 11. All Veterans and the public are invited to a Veterans Day program at 1:30 p.m. at the SCC Middle School gym in Rockwell City. Veterans are asked to register between 1:10 and 1:25 so they can be seated before the program. Master Sergeant Richard Shinn will serve as the guest speaker. A short reception in the Commons will follow the program.


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OCTOBER 23, 2013

Debt tactic won’t be repeated

Empty Nest By Curt Swarm

Morris Park Revisited It happened again. Mary and I were loading up the truck with junk, I mean sculptures, and someone stopped and bought a piece right out of the truck. There’s just something about seeing a load of whatever, getting ready to move out, that prompts people to buy before the goodies disappear. Mary and I interpreted this odd sale as a good omen. It was. We were headed for Morris Park, north of Stockport, where we would set up our art. It was Van Buren County’s Scenic Fall Drive, always a festive event and, this year, because of the beautiful fall weather, exceptional. The hickory nuts were falling off the trees as Mary and I set up. A lady came along with a sack collecting nature’s bounty. She explained that you separate out the wormy nuts by throwing the whole batch into a tub of water. The ones that float are the wormy ones because of air pockets—always a good bit of country wisdom to possess. No sooner had we finished setting up, but a whole string of Model T’s came roaring by in a cloud of dust, internal-combustion explosions, and aooga horns. They parked right behind us which, of course, drew a nice crowd of onlookers. In front of us, was the stop where passengers were being picked up and left off from horse-drawn wagon rides. And across the road was a grand demonstration of old-time farm equipment. They were baling straw, squeezing the juice out of sorghum, and generally having a good time running all this old, belt-driven equipment. I saw a contraption in operation that I have never heard of before. It’s called a ShredderShucker. Whole corn stalks, with the ears still attached, are fed in one end. From two other ends came the shredded stalk, and the shucked ears of corn, all golden yellow in the fall

Chili contest winners, from left, Hailey Brown and Rachel Pforty, of Stockport. sunlight. I asked if I could buy some ears for my squirrels. “Sure! Help yourself.” Then Bob Norris and his wife Renae, from Dixon, Illinois, arrived. Bob is the producer of an internet radio station called Lost Lake Radio. I record my Empty Nest columns, and Bob includes them, along with many other local color stories, on the internet station (www.lostlakeradio. com). Bob was aware that I made yard art out of old rusty farm junk. They arrived to take a look. In short, one sale netted more than I have made at any other venue. Thank you Renae, Bob, and Morris Park! On Saturday night, there was a chili cooking contest. Brian Morris (direct descendant to the Morris Park clan) and his wife, Darla, from Mt. Pleasant, were cooking in the contest. Bob featured his world famous Chicken Little chili (chicken and white beans), and Noah’s Ark chili (everything in it). If there’s one thing I like better’n a potluck, it’s a chili cook’n contest! Stuff yourself silly! Bob and his

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wife were runners up, along with Cindy Hewitt, daughter of Dorothy Gilbert, organizer of the Morris Park celebration. First place went to two little girls, Hailey Brown and Rachel Pforty, from Stockport. They had the sweetest chili. Sweet chili from two sweet little girls is a sure-fire winner, every time! What a fitting way to end a Saturday at Morris Park—that and the Halloween Decoration Contest at the Morris Park camp ground. Even the dogs were wearing costumes! Sunday morning at Morris Park started for us with a Cowboy Church service, then the celebration of Morris Park’s 75th anniversary. There were speakers, a band, and story telling. I’ll definitely be back next year. By the way, Mary and I are having an open house next weekend, October 19th and 20th at my house in Mt. Pleasant, as part of the Southeast Iowa Studio Art Tour. Last year, Iowa Public Television showed up. Y’all come, hear? (Mary’s making cookies.) (Meet Buddy.) Have a good story? Call or text Curt Swarm in Mt. Pleasant at 319217-0526, email him at curtswarm@ yahoo.com, or visit his website at www.empty-nest-words-photos-andframes.com

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By the most visible indicators, the Oct. 17, 2013, suspension of the debt ceiling concluded a more dramatic period of struggle than a similar event in August of 2011. More than two weeks of government shutdown preceded the latest debt limit expiration, further aggravating the contest of wills between the president and those who were focused on eliminating the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. However, the last minute lifting of the debt ceiling in 2011 resulted in the sharpest downturn of the stock market since the economic collapse of 2008. The 2011 stock market losses were fueled by Standard & Poor’s downgrading of the country’s credit rating. We are not out of the woods yet, with a downgrade of the country’s credit rating by Standard & Poor or Fitch still possible but not considered likely prior to the next showdown. The deal reached on Oct. 17 is a stopgap measure that funds the government through Jan. 15, and suspends the debt ceiling until Feb. 7. The market actually rebounded rather than sank upon news of the deal which provides a shorter stopgap than the 2011 deal. What changed since 2011? The biggest change was that the Tea Party tactic worked in 2011, practically guaranteeing that it would be used again. But have things really changed? Tea Party think tanks and blogs vow to punish those Republicans who broke ranks and voted to end the recent crisis, but investors are not taking the threat from the Tea Party as seriously now as they did in 2011. Back in 2011, the compromises reached in order to avert a default emboldened the Tea Party movement just prior to the presidential election year of 2012. Billionaire contributors pumped money into PACs that not only sought to win general elections for Republicans

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America was approaching default on its debt, the Koch brothers made a modest (by Koch brother standards) contribution of $500,000 to the Heritage Foundation, which then changed its position from opposing any deal that didn’t defund Obamacare to a position of not penalizing Republicans for voting for an unconditional debt ceiling bill. Enough Republicans in the House voted with Democrats to pass the bill. Whatever weakness his opponents might see in Boehner’s leadership, his tactics accomplished an important objective. He can assert that he did his best and there is no reason to use such a futile and destructive tactic again. The fight will continue against Obamacare, especially if the technical problems in the startup cannot be resolved quickly, a real possibility. However, that fight will not involve a debt ceiling threat. Regarding the Tea Party’s future power to demand philosophical purity, here’s a simplified analogy of the situation. If 10 billionaires contribute an average of $10 million each to a PAC, the PAC has $100 million to contribute to campaigns. If 10,000 true believers also contribute an average of $100 each to this same PAC, the PAC’s total war chest becomes $101 million. If a particular candidate is surrounded by those 10,000 enthusiastic true believers, they might shape the candidate’s view of reality more than the 10 richest contributors who quietly withdraw support, at least initially although not ultimately.

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Wednesday, October 30: 9:30 a.m. Rockwell City Chamber Coffee will be held at Champion Chrysler Center. Tuesday, November 5: 11:15 a.m. SMCH Auxiliary Meeting w/Lunch Connection-Lower Level Conference Room. Wednesday, November 6: 9:30 a.m. Rockwell City Chamber Coffee will be held at First Community Bank. Friday and Saturday, November 8 & 9: Village Square Dinner Theater. Reservations can be made at the Lake City Hardware Store. Stop or call 464-7607. Monday, November 11: All Veterans and the public are invited to a Veterans Day program at 1:30 p.m. at the SCC Middle School gym in Rockwell City. Veterans are asked to register between 1:10 and 1:25 so they can be seated before the program. Master Sergeant Richard Shinn will serve as the guest speaker. A short reception in the Commons will follow the program. Tuesday, December 3: 9:30 a.m. SMCH Annual Christmas Tea-Lower Level Conference Room Every Monday – AA & Al-Anon Meetings 7:30 p.m. St. Thomas Catholic Church, Manson Every Tuesday – Al-Anon & AA Meetings at 8 p.m. at Central School Preservation in Lake City; TOPS Meeting at the Calhoun County Annex 1, 515 Court St, Rockwell City. Weigh in 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. Meeting time at 8:45 a.m. Every Wednesday – Story Hour J J Hands Library in Lohrville, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Every Thursday –9:30 a.m. Coffee at the Library in Lake City; AA Open Meeting 7 p.m. at Union Church, Lake City. Enter north door on Washington St.

SCC Events

Thursday, October 24: District Cross Country Meet @ Orange City Friday, October 25: End of 1st Quarter; Football @ Wall Lake 7 p.m. Saturday, October 26: ACT Test Date; All-State Band & Vocal Auditions @ Storm Lake; FCA Meeting @ Nesbitt’s (6:30-10 p.m.) Monday, October 28: Begin 2nd Quarter; District Football Meeting @ Pocahontas 10 a.m.; MS Boys and Girls Basketball Practices Begin; FFA Meeting @ Ag Building 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 29: Regional Volleyball @ Lake City 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 30: PLAN Test (Sophomores) @ HS Auditorium 8:25-11:30 a.m.; National FFA Convention @ Louisville, KY; HS Fall Vocal Concert @ HS Auditorium (Lake City) 7:30 p.m.

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Master Masons honored at meeting Master Masons were honored at the Oct. 7 meeting of Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, at the Carroll Masonic Temple. In the recognition ceremony conducted by Worthy Matron Phyllis Blanchard, she called attention to Dr. Rob Morris, who established the Degrees and principles of the Order in 1850 while living in Richland, Miss. Escorted to the East. Introduced and given tokens of appreciation were Leslie Duff, Bill Dreessen, Norman Hutcheson, John Ekstrom, Ralph Titus and Joe Reed. The chapter’s charter was recently draped in memory of Joyce Maxwell, Richard Thornton and Maxine Gregerson, as well as Past Grand Patron James Archer. The annual fruitcake sale will be starting later this month. Several members plan to attend the annual session of the Grand Chapter of Iowa at Altoona, Oct. 24-27. The chapter’s next meeting on Nov. 4, will start at 7:15 p.m. and include conferring of degrees an d election of officers. There will be a potluck supper at 6 p.m. Doris Hambleton and Wilma Hartleben served dessert and coffee preceding the Octl. 7 meeting. While all were still in the dining room, Kimberly Vollstedt gave a short program about her experiences in

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Gary Griswold inducted into ISU Hall of Fame Gary Griswold, a Rockwell City native, was recently inducted into the Iowa State University Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Alumni Hall of Fame, following a distinguished 40-year career in intellectual property law and management at 3M and DuPont. Griswold graduated from Rockwell City High School in 1963. After receiving his Iowa State degree, he received his master’s degree in Industrial Administration from Purdue University and a Juris Doctor with honor from the University of Maryland. After law school, he practiced intellectual property law at 3M, managed 3M’s Dental Products Division, became 3M’s Chief Intellectual Property Counsel and ultimately was named president of 3M Innovative Properties Company.

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Lohrville Sample Ballot PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the City of Lohrville that there shall be a Regular City Election held Tuesday, November

5, 2013 at the JJ Hands Library, Lohrville. Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact

the County Auditor’s office at 712-297-7741 or by e-mail at jhowrey@calhouncountyiowa.com. For TTY access, dial 711-712-297-7741. The polls will be OPENING AT 12:00 NOON AND

CLOSING AT 8:00 P.M. JUDY HOWREY Calhoun County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections

Lake City Sample Ballot PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the City of Lake City that there shall be a Regular City Election held Tuesday, November

5, 2013 at the Lake City Community Building, Lake City. Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information,

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OCTOBER 23, 2013

AT 12:00 NOON AND CLOSING AT 8:00 P.M. JUDY HOWREY Calhoun County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections

Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Tuesday, October 8, 2013 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Nicholson, Jacobs, and Hoag, Sr., Agenda additions: none It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Jacobs to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion carried. The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to review the claims (checks 35266 through 35407 and warrants 502679 through 502684) and were allowed as endorsed. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Jacobs to approve the Farm Lease to Jason Folsom for $353.00 an acre for approximately 241.07 acres of land for a term of three years to commence on March 1, 2014 and end on February 28, 2017. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the Application for Approval of Construction Across Established Calhoun County Drainage Districts for DD #279 for Schaller Telephone Co., Schaller, IA., to direct buried fiber optic telecommunications cable. Cable crossing tile line will be installed by directional boring 1.25” duct and pulling fiber into duct at a minimum depth 1’ below the existing drainage district facilities. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Jacobs to approve the September report of Donna Geery, Clerk of District Court; Quarterly report of Judy Howrey, County Auditor; and Butler, Calhoun, Cedar, Center, Elm Grove, Greenfield, Jackson, Lake Creek, Lincoln, Logan, Reading, Sherman, Twin Lakes, Union, and Williams Township Reports for Summary Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for FY 12/13. Garfield Township has not filed. Ayes all. Motion carried. Jodi Frank, Civil Deputy, Sheriff’s Office, met with the Board concerning the following: Accept bids for a new patrol car; sick days for an employee; use of Courthouse Security Funds for upcoming hearings and trial, expenses for transportation, and security by another agency. The Board approved all of the above. Ron Haden, Engineer and Steve Goins, Assistant to the Engineer, met with the Board to update them on Secondary Road projects. Trevor Dieleman, Territory Manager for Ziegler CAT, Ft. Dodge, IA, met with the Board concerning a quote for a 140M2 BR Motor Grader. After a discussion, it was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Jacobs to purchase a 140M2 BR Motor Grader, Caterpillar Model for $188,000 with trade-in of a 1990 140H Caterpillar (AA). Ayes all. Motion carried. Pam Anderson, Director Economic Development, and Mike Moran, Calhoun County Electric Co-op, met with the Board as to expenses for the infrastructure on the truck stop project. Mike informed the Board that they are waiting on final bills. Pam also discussed with the Board the Calhoun County Community Foundation dollars. The 2013 grant allocation total is $132,327 with $33,082 to go to the endowment Fund and $99,245 will be used for grant distribution. A call was received from Pocahontas County concerning a Drainage Petition filed in the Pocahontas County Auditor’s Office for JT DD 43-72. The petition was accepted and Bolton & Menk Engineers, Spencer, IA was appointed as engineering firm to make the investigation and to report the findings back to the Boards. Renee Stauter, Mid-Iowa Insurance, met with the Board to review the outline of coverage. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to authorize the Chairman to sign the Commitment to Continue Membership for ICAP (Iowa Communities Assurance Pool). Ayes all. Motion carried. Sue Hammen met with the Board concerning the renewal of an Agreement. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the Berryhill Center for Mental Health and Calhoun County Employee Assistance Program Agreement. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Jacobs to adjourn until Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 9:00 am for their regular Board meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Gary Nicholson, Chairman Judy Howrey, Auditor Dean G. Hoag, Sr., Vice Chairman Scott Jacobs SYSTEMS, OFFICE EQUIP/FURNITURE...........................138.78 AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL INC, WELDING SPLY/RCACCESS............ 121.42 BELL OPTICAL PAYMENT PROCESSING CTR, SFTY GLS/SCHLEISMAN........201.10 BLUE RIBBON DIST CO, SUPPLIES.......47.70 BUENA VISTA STATIONERY, ADMIN SPLY/ENG................................63.99 CALHOUN CO ELECTRIC, SECURITY LGHTS/CO WIDE............175.00 CALHOUN CO SELF FUNDING, HEALTH INSURANCE.....................1,475.00 CALHOUN CO SHERIFF, SHERIFF FEES.....................................52.08 CALHOUN CO. REMINDER, PUBLICATIONS/ HVY EQP OP/PICKUP BIDS...............546.46 CALHOUN COUNTY AG EXTENSION, PROGRAM SUPPLIES........................80.00 CALHOUN COUNTY JOURNAL-HERALD, BOARD PROCEEDINGS....................583.98 CALHOUN COUNTY TREASURER, ROCK...............................................5,144.00 CALHOUN-BURNS & ASSOCIATES INC, 2013-14 BRDG RATING & INSP.........701.38 CARLSON AUTO BODY & REPAIR, CR PARTS/55......................................291.72 CARPENTER UNIFORM COMPANY, UNIFORMS.............................................6.25 CARROLL REFUSE SERVICE, MONTHLY SERVICE..........................100.00 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL PHYSICIANS, DEPOSITION/PREP TIME..................787.50 CIRCLE W DIESEL, OUTSIDE RPR/351.............................516.90 CITY OF LAKE CITY, PENALTY/LC SHED #1 & #2................35.70 CITY OF LOHRVILLE, MONTHLY SERVICE............................67.50 CITY OF MANSON, MONTHLY SERVICE............................23.87 CITY OF POMEROY, MONTHLY SERVICE............................35.02 CITY OF ROCKWELL CITY, MONTHLY SERVICE..........................458.92 CRAIG’S SERVICE, VEHICLE MAINT......62.60 DEYTA LLC, CONTRACT LABOR............90.00 DOBBINS, ANGELA M, SEP 2013 LABOR...............................135.73 DONAHOE, MICHAEL J, WELL CLOSURE................................400.00 DOUG’S TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE, VEHICAL MAINT...................................49.74 DOYLE CONSTRUCTION, WINDOW REPLACEMENTS.........49,000.00 ELECTION SYTEMS & SOFTWARE LLC, CITY BALLOT LAYOUT........................30.00 ELLIS, KARI, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..............7.00 EMP, MED SUPPLIES.............................429.00 ESOLUTIONS INC, DATA PROCESSING...........................255.00

FARNHAMVILLE AMBULANCE SERVICE, REIMBURSEMENT AMB RUN........1,033.72 FITZGERALD, DANIELLE, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON............47.00 FITZGERALD, PATRICK, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........120.00 FRENCH, SYMANNTHA, SEP 2013 LABOR.................................18.13 FT DODGE ASPHALT CO INC, HOT MIX ASPHALT/LOHRVILLE...........69,013.75 GARGANO, MARK, EXAMINER FEE.....300.00 GEMBERLING EXCAVATING INC, TILE CROSSING/EG 25/26.............1,365.05 GRAPHIC-ADVOCATE, SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL.................35.00 HALEY EQUIPMENT INC, PARTS/345.....72.29 HILDRETH COMPANY INC, MARTIN, MAINT/SUPPLY..................................383.00 HOSTENG CONCRETE & GRAVEL INC, RADIO SHELF......................................33.35 HOUSBY MACK INC, PARTS/314..........283.92 HOWREY, JUDY, POSTAGE.....................11.88 HUNZELMAN PUTZIER & CO., AUDITING THRU SEP 27’2013.......1,800.00 I & S GROUP, INC, DD #120 MOD WATCHMAN SERVICES....................532.35 IA STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER, AUTOPSY........................................1,558.00 IACCVA, REGISTRATION FEES OCT SCHOOL............................60.00 IMAGETEK INC., TECH SERVICE...........37.50 INSURANCE STRATEGIES CONSULTIN, 509A STUDY YEAR END JUN 30’2013...............................500.00 INTERSTATE BATTERY OF UPPER IA, BATTERY/120 & STK..........................611.80 ISACA, 2013 SEAT DUES.......................125.00 J & L TIME CO, OFFICE SUPPLIES.........18.06 JIM HAWK TRUCK TRAILERS INC, CR PARTS/STK................................4,599.39 JOE’S TIRE & AUTO INC, CR TIRES/STK.................................3,066.42 JOHNSON, LOREN, SFTY/STEEL TOED SHOES................75.00 KENWORTH-MID IOWA, PARTS/351.......37.17 KRAFT, DAVID, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........271.50 LACROSSE FORAGE/TURF DIV-DM, EROSION CNTRL/GRASS SEED...4,720.00 LANG, LISA, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON.................................46.00 LENZ, HILLARY, PROGRAM SUPPLIES.........................28.75 LEWIS, MITCH, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........126.00 LINN COUNTY SHERIFF, SERVICE FEE 13014676......................20.02 LOHRVILLE AMBULANCE SERVICE, REIMBURSEMENT AMB RUN..........775.87 M D PRODUCTS INC, NEW EQP FOR MOTORGRADER............2,473.99 MAIL SERVICES, OCT 2013 RENEWALS.......................330.20 MANSON LUMBER CO, MAILBOX DAMAGE MATERIALS........................356.80 MARTIN, LEO JOSEPH, SEPT 2013 PEST CONTROL.................................206.00 MCLUCKIE, TAMMY, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........118.00 MEDIACOM, MONTHLY SERVICE......1,112.41 MID AMERICA PUBLISHING CORP, BOARD PROCEEDINGS....................717.41 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, MONTHLY SERVICE..........................627.71 MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES, PARTS/STK.........................................609.43 MOHR SAND, GRAVEL & CONST, LLC, 1972.14 TON GRAVEL/MOHR PIT.........................1,972.20 MOORHOUSE READY MIX INC, PC CONCR PTCH/D11 W OF POMEROY.........11,330.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS, FILTERS/224-1.....349.03 NAPA ROCKWELL CITY, PARTS/372.......41.87 NELSON, MARY, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........161.50 NEW OPPORTUNITIES INC, AUG 2013 FAM DEVLPMNT CNTR.....................645.01 OBERHELMAN, DALE, SFTY/SHOES.....75.00 OFFICE ELEMENTS, OFFICE SUPPLIES.............................617.68 O’HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL INC, CR PARTS/STK...................................810.75 O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO, MAINTENANCE..................................315.19 OLSON, STACI, EXAMINER FEE.............50.00 PALMER & SWANK FUNERAL HOME, AUTOPSY...............................595.00 PHILLIPS, GLENROSE L., WELL CLOSURE...............................370.00 PIZZA RANCH, PROGRAM SUPPLIES...66.96 POCAHONTAS COUNTY HCA AGENCY, JUL 2013 CONTRACT LABOR..............1,675.18 PRO COOPERATIVE, DIESEL #2/U87E10........................35,400.84 R & D INDUSTRIES INC, DOMAIN NAME CCPH....................4,256.42 RASTETTER AUTOMOTIVE, TRAILER PLUG..................................243.98 REES TRUCK AND TRAILER, INC, PARTS/STK.........................................913.73 ROHLFS, KARI ANN, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR.............................37.50 ROSADO, LEAH RENEE, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR..........502.38 SAC CITY DRUG, MEDS........................120.75 SAC COUNTY SHERIFFS OFF, PRISONER CARE............................2,970.00 SANOFI PASTEUR INC, MED SUPPLIES VACCINES...............315.91 SECURE SHRED SOLUTIONS LLC, SHREDDING........................................99.00 SMOKIN GRUMPS BBQ, LUNCH & LEARN................................178.50 SNAP-ON TOOLS, HAND TLS/RC.........465.95 SOUTHSIDE GROCERY, SUPPLIES.......75.54 STAR ENERGY LLC, LP/POMEROY & ANTIFREEZE...................................981.83 STEWART MEMORIAL COMM HOSP, VACCINES/CONTRACT LABOR PT-OT................................13,255.30 SUBWAY, ROCKWELL CITY, LUNCH & LEARN..................................25.00 SWANSON HARDWARE (MANSON), SHOP SPLY/POMEROY.......................33.55 SWANSON HARDWARE (RC), SHOP SPLY/RC..............................1,034.58 SWANSON, ISRAEL, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........164.00 SWANSON, TAMI, SEP 2013 CONTRACT LABOR MANSON..........186.00 U S CELLULAR, CELL PHN/ENG...........572.87 UNITY POINT HOSPITAL, PROGRAM SUPPLIES.......................218.00 VERIZON WIRELESS, MONTHLY SERVICE..........................294.28 VON BOKERN ASSOCIATES INC, CONTRACT LABOR BI ANNUAL.....1,200.00 VOSBERG ENTERPRISES INC, DD #83 MOD OUTLET PIPE..............727.80 WAHL-MCATEE TIRE & SERV, AMBULANCE RPR.............................113.33 WEB-CAL COOP TELEPHONE, MONTHLY SERVICE..........................281.74 WEBSTER CO PUBLIC HEALTH, JUL 2013 CONTRACT LABOR.....................12,351.60 WELANDER, MARLENE, MLG BCHF/RELATED MTG 9/6-18’13........153.50 WESSELS OIL CO INC, GREASE/RC....330.00 WIESTON AG SERVICE INC, DD #83 MOD TILE OUTLET PIPE...................841.20 WILKINS NAPA PARTS, CR FILTERS/LC SHOP..........................1,095.55 WINDSTREAM, MONTHLY SERVICE.......................1,200.02 ZEP SALES & SERVICE, EQP SPLY/RC.....................................425.38 ZIEGLER INC, PARTS/STK.................1,748.67 GRAND TOTAL................................262,281.28

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OCTOBER 23, 2013

Rockwell City Sample Ballot PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the City of Rockwell City that there shall be a Regular City Election held Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at the Courthouse basement, Rockwell City. Any voter who is physically unable to

enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact the County Auditor’s office at 712-297-7741 or by e-mail at jhowrey@ calhouncountyiowa.com. For TTY access, dial 711-712-297-7741. The polls will be OPENING

AT 12:00 NOON AND CLOSING AT 8:00 P.M. Please also be advised that there will be a public test of the county voting equipment to be used at this election. The test is set to begin on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. in the Rockwell City Courthouse Basement Wellness

Room and will continue until the completion of the required test. JUDY HOWREY Calhoun County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections

Rinard Sample Ballot PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the City of Rinard that there shall be a Regular City Election held Tuesday, November

5, 2013 at the Rinard Library/City Hall, Rinard. Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact

the County Auditor’s office at 712-297-7741 or by e-mail at jhowrey@calhouncountyiowa.com. For TTY access, dial 711-712-297-7741. The polls will be OPENING AT 12:00 NOON AND

CLOSING AT 8:00 P.M. JUDY HOWREY Calhoun County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections

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Speeding: Diann Shirley Koenig, Salix; Thomas Authurs Stanley, Pella; Dane Robert Nutt, Des Moines; Joshua Richard Braunschweig, Newell; Susan Lee Frein, Ankeny; Ronald Shane Leer, Ankeny; Paul Michael Moor, Cathedral City, CA; Timothy James Finucan, Webster City; Shannon Lee Vandersyde, Albert Lea, MN. Seatbelt violation: Mitchel Ron Miller, Rockwell City. Operating non-registered vehicle: Randall K. Bachman, Pomeroy. Fail to carry registration card: Harold L. Buenting, Fort Dodge. Failure to comply with safety regulatory rules: Jimmy Lee Miller, Schaller. Fail to obey stop or yield sign: Alan Dale Hart, Lake City. Magistrate/district court judgments: State of Iowa vs Randy Barney, Simulated public intoxication-1st offense, $147.75. State of Iowa vs Rickie Lynn Crampton, Kiron, Fail to obey stop sign & yield right of way, $262.50. City of Rockwell City vs Ricky Eugene Kraft, Dog running at large, $65.00 fine, $22.75 surcharge, & $60.00 court costs. Civil court judgments: Iowa Department of Revenue vs James P. Brend, $22,983.64 judgment. Capital One Bank vs Richard O. Francis, $1673.58 judgment with interest at the rate of 2.12% from 10/14/13, & court costs. Iowa Department of Human Services vs Logan Graham, $141.69 lien judgment. Hauge Associates, Inc. vs Roxanne Hardaway, $867.25 judgment with interest at the rate of 2.12% from 10/16/13, & court costs. Christie Ann Carlsen vs Libbie Secory, Respondent must pay $101.50 court costs. Iowa Department of Human Services vs Justin Wuebker, $10,341.59 lien judgment. Marriage certificate: Matthew Allen Worthen to Jessica Janine Mott. Warranty deed: Lavon D. Brainard to Lavon D. Brainard, Trustee, Lavon D. Brainard Trust, Joel J. Brainard, Suc. Trustee, & Zane R. Brainard, Suc. Trustee, & John Brainard, Suc. Trustee, S. 56’ Lt. 1, Blk. 5, Fulkerson Addn., Lake City; & OL 7, Fulkerson Addn., Lake City. No Rev. Hill Enterprises Co. to Ironman, LLC, SW1/4 Ex. Tr., Section 27-8833; NW1/4 Section 27-88-33; N1/2 NE1/4 Section 28-88-33; SE1/4 NE1/4 Ex. Tr., Section 28-88-33; SW1/4 Section 21-88-33; 160.64 Ac. Tr., NW1/4 Section 09-87-32; 161.17 Ac. Tr., NE1/4 Section 09-8732; 161.91 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 Section 09-87-32; & 161.14 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 Section 09-87-32. Rev. $24,645.60. Hill Enterprises Co. to Four Acres Holding, LLC, E1/2 SE1/4 Section 04-87-32; N1/2 SW1/4 Section 1087-32; NW1/4 Lying S. of RR ROW & 100’ Tr., Section 10-87-32; E1/2 SW1/4 Section 02-87-32; SE1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 02-87-32; W. 418’ Tr., SW1/4 NE FRL1/4 Section 02-87-32; & W. 418’, SE1/4 Section 02-87-32. Rev. $9553.60. Heather A. Fisher & Gerald A. Fisher, Jr. to Jerry L. Jondle & Alana R. Jondle, Lt. 15, Goodwin Lowry Sub., Farnhamville. No Rev. Jerry L. Jondle & Alana R. Jondle

to Heather A. Fisher & Gerald A. Fisher, Jr., 1.18 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NW1/4 Section 12-86-31. No Rev. Terry L. Peterson & Joyce Peterson to Dave Cassens & Tracy Cassens, Lt. 1 of Parcel A of Gov’t. Lt. 1, NW FRL1/4 Section 27-89-32. Rev. $60.00. Randall K. Welander & Marlene M. Welander to Jenny Welander, E. 45’ Lt. 13, Blk. 4, Original Town, Pomeroy. Rev. $11.20. Thomas E. Anderson & Keely G. Brown Anderson to Jessie L. Grossnickle & Patricia Jo Grossnickle, Lt. 18, Country Club 1st Addn., Manson. Rev. $308.80. Fort Dodge Family Credit Union to Scott J. White, 2.8 Ac. Tr., NW1/4 NW1/4 Section 09-86-31. Rev. $60.00. Quit claim deed: Aaron Carlson & Barbara A. Carlson to Michael Carlson, S1/2 NW1/4 Section 03-87-34; E1/2 SE1/4 Section 23-87-34; W1/2 SW1/4 Section 23-87-34; & W1/2 SW1/4 Section 25-87-34. No Rev. William D. Kurth to Karen K. Kurth, 125’ x 62’ Tr. Blk. 10, West View Addn., Lake City; & Vacated Noel Street Between Blks. 10 & 15. No Rev. Marcia A. Ainsile & Donnie Anthony to Marcia A. Ainsile & Donnie Anthony, Lt. 3, Blk. 15, Blks. 14-16, Farnhamville. No Rev. Hill Enterprises Co. to Four Acres Holdings, LLC, NW1/4 Ex. Tr., Section 10-87-32. No Rev. Apple Grove Investments, Inc. to Brian Gehrt, E. 50’ Lt. 12 & E. 50’ of N1/2 Lt. 11, Blk. 11, Original Town, Pomeroy. Rev. $1.60. Lohrville Lions Club, Inc. to Leonard Moran & Ramona Moran, Lt. 11, Blk. 1, Original Town, Lohrville. No Rev. Lease: Calhoun County, Iowa to Jason Folsom, 241.07 Ac. Tr., N1/2 Section 22-88-32. (Farm Lease) Mortgage: Jeffrey P. Dangelser & Linda L. Dangelser to Heartland Bank, Lt. 4, Bradley Addn., Manson. Cedar Creek Farms, LLC to Citizens First National Bank, E1/2 SE1/4 SE1/4 Section 20-89-34; 4.72 Ac. Tr.-430’ x 478’, SW1/4 Section 09-89-34; & 4.78 Ac. Tr.-453’x 460’, SW1/4 Section 20-89-34. Daniel K. Erickson & Laura S. Erickson to First Community Bank, Tr., SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 11-89-33; & 2 Ac. Tr., Parcel B, SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 11-89-33. Heather A. Fisher & Gerald A. Fisher, Jr. to Heartland Bank, 1.18 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NW1/4 Section 1286-31. Robert D. Haupts & Donna M. Haupts to Heartland Bank, Lt. 13, Bradley Addn., Manson. William J. Horan, Joseph Horan, Laura L. Horan, David A. Nelsen, Martha Horan Nelsen, William Horan, Trustee, Joseph Horan, Trustee, & Mary Horan Ferrand Trust to Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, E1/2 NW1/4 Section 23-8932; SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 23-89-32; & NW1/4 SE1/4 Section 23-89-32. Gary Graham & Shanda Graham to Heartland Bank, NE1/4 SW1/4 Section 12-87-34; & NW1/4 NW1/4 Section 13-86-34. Jessie L. Grossnickle & Patricia Jo Grossnickle to Northwest Bank, Lt. 18, Country Club 1st Addn., Manson.

Public Notice

Notice of Public Hearing The Rockwell City City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, November 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM at the Rockwell City, City Hall, 335 Main Street, Rockwell City. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the submittal of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Application, which will be submitted to the Iowa Economic Development Authority to request funding for Sanitary Sewer Collection System Improvements. For more information, contact Kelly Smidt, City Clerk at (712)297-7041 or MIDAS Council of Governments (515) 5767183. If you have any special needs pertaining to this meeting, or have any questions, please contact Kelly Smidt, (712)297-7041.

Notice of Hearing The Calhoun County Board of Adjustment has been petitioned by Prairie Rose Sign & Canopy for a variance to construct a sign 6.5 feet taller than the maximum height of 35 feet in a Commercial District. The sign is proposed to be erected in the NE ¼ of Section 10 in Twin Lakes TWP at the intersection of Hwy 4 and the new Hwy 20. The meeting will be held in the Conservation Office at 1228 High Street in Rockwell City on October 29 at 2:00 p.m. Keith Roos Zoning Administrator

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Public Notice

Notice of Contract Completion NOTICE OF CONTRACT COMPLETION JOINT DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 2 & 51 SAC AND CALHOUN COUNTIES, IOWA TO: All interested property owners, lien holders, tenants and others interested in property located within Joint Drainage District No. 2, Sac County & 51 Calhoun County, Iowa. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Ivan D. Droessler of I&S Group, Storm Lake, Iowa, the Engineer in charge of the Improvements of Joint Drainage District No. 2, Sac County & 51, Calhoun County, Iowa, has filed his report; that the contract with Rognes Brothers Excavating, Inc. of Lake Mills, Iowa for said work has been completed in substantial compliance with the contract plans and specifications. Said report is on file in the Auditor’s Office in Sac County, Iowa. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the Joint Board of Supervisors Sac County and Calhoun County, Iowa, acting as trustees for Joint Drainage District No. 2, Sac County & 51, Calhoun County, Iowa, have set OCTOBER 29, 2013 AT 1:30 P.M. IN THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING ROOM, SAC COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SAC CITY IOWA, as the time, place and date for hearing on said

report. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that any interested party having a claim for damages, including crop damages, arising out of the construction shall file said claim with the Sac County Auditor’s Office, Courthouse, 100 NW State Street, Sac City, Iowa 50583, at or before the time set for hearing on the completion of the contract, which claim shall not include any claim for land taken for right-of-way or for severance of the land. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED THAT if the Joint District Trustees find that the work under the contract has been completed and is accepted, the Joint Board shall compute the balance due the contract, and if there are no liens on record against such balance, it shall enter, of record, an order directing the Auditor to draw warrants in favor of said contractor, that such warrant shall not be delivered until the expiration of thirty (30) days after the acceptance of the work. PUBLISHED by order of the Joint Board of Supervisors, acting as Trustees of Joint Drainage District No. 2, Sac County & 51, Calhoun County, Iowa.


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Yetter Sample Ballot PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the City of Yetter that there shall be a Regular City Election held Tuesday, November

5, 2013 at the Yetter City Hall, Yetter. Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact the County

Auditor’s office at 712-297-7741 or by e-mail at jhowrey@calhouncountyiowa.com. For TTY access, dial 711-712-297-7741. The polls will be OPENING AT 12:00 NOON AND CLOSING

AT 8:00 P.M. JUDY HOWREY Calhoun County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections

OCTOBER 23, 2013

ISU Extension Notes

Weed, Insect, Plant Disease Course Calhoun County will offer the Commercial Ag Weed, Insect and Plant Disease Management Continuing Instructional Course (CIC) for commercial pesticide applicators Wednesday, Nov. 13. The program will be shown at locations across Iowa through the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Pest Management and the Environment (PME) program. The local attendance site is ISU Extension and Outreach – Calhoun County office, 521 4th Street, Rockwell City. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., and the course runs from 9 to 11:30 a.m. To register, obtain fee information or additional information about the CIC, contact ISU Extension and Outreach – Calhoun County office by phoning

712-297-8611. The course will provide continuing instructional credit for commercial pesticide applicators certified in categories 1A, 1B, 1C and 10. Some of the topics to be covered include pesticide handling; personal protective equipment; pests, pest management and pesticides; and pesticide stewardship. Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in Pest Management will be offered at this program. Any interested participant should bring his or her CCA number. Additional information and registration forms for this and other courses offered by the PME program can be accessed at www.extension. iastate.edu/PME/ComAp.html.

Cover crops field day in Storm Lake on Nov. 1

Somers Sample Ballot PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the City of Somers that there shall be a Regular City Election held Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at the Somers Community

Building, Somers. Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact the County Auditor’s office at 712-297-7741 or by e-mail

at jhowrey@calhouncountyiowa.com. For TTY access, dial 711-712-297-7741. The polls will be OPENING AT 12:00 NOON AND CLOSING AT 8:00 P.M. JUDY HOWREY

Calhoun County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections

Iowa Learning Farms, along with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, will host a cover crop field day at the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach (ISUEO) Buena Vista County office in Storm Lake, Iowa, on Friday, Nov. 1. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the program will start at 10:30 a.m. The field day will wrap up at the cover crop trial plots located northeast of Storm Lake. The field day will focus on cover crop management for soil health and grazing. Cover crops are an excellent resource as part of the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy to help protect Iowa’s water quality. They reduce soil and nutrient runoff and build soil organic matter. The plots in Buena Vista County consist of a mixture of cereal rye, tillage radishes and turnips, and were aerially seeded into standing corn and soybeans. The plots are part of the North Raccoon River Watershed project to improve water quality within the watershed. The field day is an opportunity to learn about growing cover crops mixtures and their costs and benefits. Speakers for the field day include Iowa Learning Farms soil scientist Jill Motschenbacher and ISUEO Field Agronomist Paul Kassel. ISUEO beef specialist Beth Doran will talk about the benefits and cautions in grazing on cover crop acres. Anita Patrick, with Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), will discuss cost share opportunities for growing cover crops. After lunch, attendees may travel to the cover crop trial site to see the growth of the cover crop

mix. Kris Kohl, ISUEO agricultural engineer, will discuss the cover crop trial plots and answer questions. The field day is free, the public is invited to attend, and includes a complimentary lunch. The field day is sponsored by Iowa Learning Farms in cooperation and Buena Vista County Extension and Outreach. The Buena Vista Extension office is located at 824 Flindt Drive, Storm Lake. The field trial plots are located east of Storm Lake, one mile north of the intersection of county roads C49 and M50. Iowa Learning Farms takes a grassroots approach offering innovative ways to help all Iowans have an active role in keeping our state’s natural resources healthy and not take them for granted. A goal of Iowa Learning Farms is to build a Culture of Conservation, encouraging the adoption of residue management and conservation practices. Farmers, researchers and ILF team members are working together to identify and implement the best in-field management practices that increase water and soil quality while remaining profitable. Iowa Learning Farms is a partnership between the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Iowa Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Iowa Department of Natural Resources (USEPA section 319); in cooperation with Conservation Districts of Iowa, the Iowa Farm Bureau and the Iowa Water Center.

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Enterprises Co. (Affidavit of Identity & Articles of Merger) Hill Enterprises Co. & David Hill to Hill Enterprises Co., SW1/4 Ex. Tr., Section 27-88-33; NW1/4 Section 27-88-33; N1/2 NE1/4 Section 28-88-33; SE1/4 NE1/4 Ex. Tr., Section 28-88-33; SW1/4 Section 21-88-33; 160.64 Ac. Tr., NW1/4 Section 09-87-32; 161.17 Ac. Tr., NE1/4 Section 09-87-32; 161.91 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 Section 0987-32; & 161.14 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 Section 09-87-32. Hill Enterprises Co. to Hill Enterprises Co., E1/2 SE1/4 Section 04-87-32; N1/2 SW1/4 Section 1087-32; NW1/4 Lying S. of RR ROW & 100’ Tr., Section 10-87-32; E1/2 SW1/4 Section 02-87-32; SE1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 02-87-32; W. 418’ Tr., SW1/4 NE FRL1/4 Section 02-87-32; & W. 418’, SE1/4 Section 02-87-32. (Affidavit of Possession) William Horan, Trustee, Jospeh Horan, Trustee, & Mary Horan Ferrand Trust to Mary Horan Ferrand Trust, William Horan, Trustee, & Jospeh Horan, Trustee, E1/2 NW1/4 Section 23-89-32; SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 23-89-32; & NW1/4 SE1/4 Section 23-89-32. (Trust Certificate & Affidavit) Trust: Lavon D. Brainard, Trustee to Lavon D. Brainard Trust, Joel J. Brainard, Trustee, & Zane R. Brainard, Trustee, & John Brainard, Trustee. Trade name: Ted G. Musgrove & Debra K. Musgrove to T & D Associates & Trader Ted. Plat of survey: Jeffrey M. Krueger, Surveyor to Hugh Briggs & Duane Hanks, 27.8 Ac. Tr., Parcel A, SW1/4 NW1/4 Section 25-87-33.

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James Deane Kuebler to United Bank of Iowa, Lts. 8-11, Blk. 6, Original Town, Rinard. Mortgage release: Heartland Bank to Heather A. Fisher & Gerald A. Fisher, Jr., Lt. 15, Goodwin Lowry Sub., Farnhamville. United Bank of Iowa to John Roby & Shirley Roby, SW1/4 Section 0687-32; SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 06-8732; S1/2 NW FRL1/4 Section 0687-32; & W1/2 W1/2 SE1/4 Section 06-87-32. Great Western Bank to Dean W. Fischer & Debra G. Fischer, Lt. 3, Blk. 3, Burkhalter Addn., Rockwell City; & Lt. 17, SE1/4 Section 36-8833. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) to William Duane Schumacher & Pamela S. Schumacher, Lt. 22, Fullerton’s 2nd Addn., Rockwell City. Wells Fargo Bank, NA, HSBC Bank USA, NA, & CitiGroup Mortgage Loan Trust, Inc. to Amy Simpson & Thomas Simpson, S. 55’ Lt 3, Blk. 26, 8th Addn., Manson. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) to Donald Naberhaus & Lori J. Naberhaus, 120’ x 112’ Tr. OL 27, SW1/4 Section 1789-31. United Bank of Iowa to Jenifer A. Villhauer, S1/2 SW1/4 Blk. 1, Georgeson Addn., Lake City. Affidavit: Hill Enterprises Co. to Hill Enterprises Co., W. 418’, SW1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 02-87-32. Hill Enterprises, LC to Phillip Noel Maulsby & Union State Bank, SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 27-88-33. First American Credit Corp. to Hill Investment Co. (Articles of Amendment For Change of Name) Hill Enterprises, LC to Hill

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CHURCH NEWS Dennis Bangtson AUBURN ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Craig S. Zandi, Pastor Zion: 10:30 a.m. Worship BARNUM CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH “The Prairie Church” 2 ½ miles SW of Barnum James Davis, Pastor Sundays: 9:15 a.m. Worship FARNHAMVILLE

CONGREGATION Rev. Betty L. Weidert Wednesday, September 26: Gathering & Reach; 7 p.m. Bell Choir Thursday, September 27: 7 p.m. AA Meeting – Fellowship Hall Sunday, September 30: 10 a.m. Worship; 11 a.m. Coffee PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Craig S. Zandi Pastor Wednesday, September 26: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Thursday, September 27: 10:30 a.m. Pr. at Shady Oaks; 7 p.m. Choir Practice Saturday, September 29: 5:30 p.m. Worship/Communion Sunday, September 30: 8 a.m. Confirmation Classes; 9 a.m. Worship/Communion; 10 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Class

HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Robert Zellmer Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School/Adult Bible Classes; 9:30 a.m. Worship FIRST UNITED CHURCH Kristina Thompson, Pastor Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC . CHURCH Kids threw footballs through one of Bruch the activities GLIDDENa hula hoop,Fr. Lynn Masses: on 5:30Oct. p.m.16. Tues. and 8 during a party at the Rockwell City Library (GraphicGRACE BAPTIST a.m. Fri. Advocate photo by Ken Ross) 329 E. 7th Street 5 p.m. Saturday Glidden 10 a.m. Sunday 712-659-3893 Confessions: Saturday 4:30 p.m. 712-659-2304 Rev. R.E.AUBURN Hamilton, Pastor WOODLAWN CHRISTIAN JOLLEY Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday School ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning for all ages; 10:10 a.m. Worship; UNITED METHODIST Craigp.m. S. Zandi, Pastor service; 5:30 Praise & Prayer; 6-7:30 p.m. Sunday Night Bible Anita Bane, Pastor Zion: Service 6 p.m. Evening School Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Worship Tuesdays: 7 p.m. Seekers Bible KNIERIM UNITED METHODIST Study BARNUM CHURCH Wednesday, October 3: 6:30 p.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Chad Jennings, Pastor Christian Council meeting CALVARY (Missouri Synod) 9:15 a.m. PRESBYTERIAN Sunday school Rev. Chadric Dietrich 10:30CHURCH a.m. Worship LANESBORO Sundays: 5 p.m. Worship “The Prairie Church”

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Dennis Bangtson, 67, died peacefully on Saturday, September th Groupwhile Leaderafter Training; 6 8p.m. , Life a short being p.m. Student teams Training; 6:30 diagnosed with advanced cancer. p.m. supper; 7 p.m. Junior & High Dennis was bornEPIC May 5, 1946, in School Fort Dodge, IA. He graduated from Sunday, September 30: 10 a.m. Rockwell City High School in 1964 Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship andwith from theCommunion; University of6 Iowa Holy p.m. in 1969. Contemporary Service with Holy Communion; 7:05 Dennis is survived by hisp.m. brother Confirmation; Tape Ministry: Jane Orville (Lois) Bangtson of Rockwell Glasnapp City, IA; former sister-in-law Norma Jacobs of Manson; brother and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN sisters-in-law Dale Heim and Doris Pastor Wayne Pfannkuch, Pr Bangtson of9 a.m. Rockwell City, IA and Worship Chris 10 Bangtson of North a.m. Sunday SchoolLiberty, @ IA; Emanuel-St. many niecesJohn and Lutheran nephews and his Denver “family” Ann, Nick and Heidi Schempf. POMEROY He was preceded in death by his EVANGELICAL CONVENANT parents, Algodt and Ellen Marie Pomeroy Bangtson; Rural siblings, Alice Heim, Sundays: 9 a.m.Edward SundayBangtson, school; Arthur Bangtson, 10:15 Morning Worship Darlene Brooks and three infant sisters; brother-in-law, Wendel ROCKWELL CITY Brooks; niece, Cindy Heim Casey and great-niece Jenny Hepp. CHURCH OF CHRIST Dennis9 a.m. was Sunday a long-time member school of 10Messiah Community Church a.m. Communion & Worship Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Supper; 7 to 8 p.m. Youth Group 1st thru 12th grades

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2 ½ miles SW of Barnum PLEASANT RIDGE James Davis, Pastor COMMUNITY CHURCH Sundays: 9:15 a.m. Worship Four Miles South of Glidden Pastor Brian Hodge FARNHAMVILLE www.pleasantridgecc.org Sundays: 9:30LUTHERAN a.m. Sunday HOLY TRINITY school;CHURCH 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Rev. Robert Zellmer

Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School/Adult JOLLEY Bible Classes; 9:30 a.m. Worship FARNHAMVILLE FIRST UNITED UNITED METHODIST AnitaCHURCH Bane, Pastor Kristina Thompson, Pastor Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship; 10:30a.m. a.m. Sunday Sunday Worship 9:15 school GLIDDEN KNIERIM GRACE BAPTIST TRINITY LUTHERAN 329 E. 7th Street CHURCH Glidden (Missouri Synod) 712-659-3893 Rev. Chadric Dietrich 712-659-2304 Summer Schedule: Service at 9:30 Rev. R.E. Hamilton, Pastor a.m. Wednesday, October 23: 10:30 a.m. Senior

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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH UNITED METHODIST Sundays: a.m.Pastor Worship; Chad10:30 Jennings, 11:30 a.m. Confi 6:30 p.m. 9:15 a.m. rmation; Sunday school Biblea.m. Study 10:30 Worship LAKE CITY PLEASANT RIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH KINGDOM HALL OF Four Miles South of Glidden JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES Pastor Brian Hodge www.pleasantridgecc.org 9:30 a.m. Public Talk Sundays: a.m. Sunday school; 10:20 a.m. 9:30 Watchtower Study 10:30 a.m. Worship Service

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Wednesday, October 23: 5:30 p.m. 5th -8th SOMERS Grade EPIC; 6:30 p.m. Meal for EPIC; 7 p.m. Senior High EPIC (EPIC meets at St. Paul’s, Rockwell City) UNITED METHODIST Sunday, October 27: 9 a.m. Sunday School; Crystal Pastor 6 10 a.m. Worship Oberheu, with Holy Communion; Sunday: Service with p.m. Contemporary/Community Holy Communion; 7:15Worship, p.m. Confirmation 10:30 a.m. Tape Ministry: Sara Carlson

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in Denver, CO. He was an active member of the church choir, the bell choir and performed many duties and services for the church. In his pursuit of music, he enjoyed singing, performing and playing the trumpet. He was an active member of the Colorado Symphony Choir, the Lutheran Chorale and the Denver Concert Band. For some time he was also a member of the Empire Lyric Players. During his career, Dennis provided software, hardware and system administration support to various government contractors such as Raytheon, Lockheed and Boeing. Dennis served in the Colorado National Guard, was associated with the Denver Astronomical Society and was the Membership Director for the Denver Mile High Computer Resource Organization. Other favorite pursuits included helping others, photography, hiking and skiing. Nicholas Kavanaugh and Megan A Memorial Service was held Wharff Falls areCO pleased to in Denver, at the Octoberof5thCedar announce their engagement. Messiah Community Church. Parents of the couple are Dana Etzel and Dave Wharff of Urbandale and Chris and Kris Kavanaugh of Lohrville. A Dec. 22 wedding in West Des FIRST PRESBYTERIAN MoinesPastor is planned. Wayne Pfannkuch, Pr Kavanaugh9 a.m. is Worship a 2008 graduate 10 a.m. Sunday of Southern CalSchool High@ Emanuel-St. School and John Lutheran a 2011 graduate of the University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s ODEBOLT degree in Communication. He is TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH pursuing a master’s degree from EVANGELICAL CONVENANT Rural Pomeroy Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday school; 10:15 The Calhoun County Museum AssociationMorning met atWorship the museum on

Sept. 18. There were nine ROCKWELL CITY members present. CHURCH OFJohnson CHRIST Called President Marlene 9 a.m. Sunday school the meeting to order, minutes 10 a.m. Communion &the Worship were read and Wednesday: 6:30the p.m.treasurer’s Supper; 7 to report 8 p.m. Youth GroupBot 1st thru 12thaccepted. grades was explained. were Old business: Uyntha Duncan has comeEVANGELICAL several timesFREE to work on new CHURCH Tim Chavers cards Interim for theSpeaker exhibits. They look 817 S. 3rd. St. very nice. JoAnne Maguire and For more information, call 297-5445 Aileen Maguire have helped her. 9 a.m. Worship; 6:30 p.m. Sunday evening Jim Casey and crew have been Worship; painting the windows, as you Wednesday: Prayer Service – 6can p.m.see when you drive by. There are a LOT of windows, as you can see when IMMANUEL LUTHERAN you drive by, so it takes a while. Synod) The men (Missouri have been working very Rev. Chadric Dietrich hard getting the Hammond Log Sundays: 8:45 a.m. Sunday School; 9:45 Cabin ready to move up here. It was a.m. Worship and still is a lot of work, so we thank ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC all of them. Fr. Richard Ries BonnieMasses: DeBolt reported on the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Flea Market. It did very well and made more than they did last time. ST. PAUL LUTHERAN Reverend Jim Mossman She thanked all her helpers for all Saturdays: their hard work5:30 andp.m. it Worship takes a LOT 9 a.m. Worship; 10 a.m. Sunday ofSundays: work. Big thanks to her! School and Confirmation Sun. Sept. 16th was the annual Communion Served 1st & 3rd Sunday Al Welsh Dance. We had a good attendance. There were about 90 UNITED METHODIST who came Anita and Bane, they Pastor danced a lot, Sundays: 10:30 a.m. Worship, No Sunday always a fun time. School or Confirmation New business: Dorothy Talbot has SOMERS

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Rockwell – Richard W.set Picht will furnish City the bars and help up 63, passed away Monday, October tables. 14,Jeremy 2013 atSchaefer the Taylor House Hospice came to look over in Moines. A Celebration ofaLife theDes electrical works and gave us bid Service was 11:00 a.m. Friday, of what it willatcost to update it. He Oct. 18,usatseveral the Lake showed ways City to do Union it and Church in Lake City, with Rev. we had to choose, so voted to have Beth Harbaugh officiating. his company come and do thePrivate work. burial of sometime casket will be at Lake It will be in October. City Cemetery, Every year webefore treat the the service. County Visitation and viewing from Supervisors to a dinner, was so we all 4brought to 7 p.m. Thursday at the covered dishes andPalmer they & Swank Funeral Rockwell came at noon and it Home, was a nice dinner City. In lieu of as flowers, for them and us well. memorials may left totothe the It’s be getting thediscretion end of ourofyear family. being open. We’ve had a good Rich is survived his wife attendance of people bycoming just Connie; sons, Brian (Jodi) of to go through and we havePicht gotten Chandler, AZ, and Shawn (Eden) several projects done. We had a good Picht boardofofAnkeny; workersthree and grandchildren, we all seem to Natalie, enjoy it. Brenna, and Alex Picht; brother Pichtup of The onlyJim thing(Nancy) that is coming is Audubon; sisters, Lorene (Tony) the Variety Show, so hope you can Knobbe all come of andDavenport, enjoy that. and Janene (Mike) Vonahmme of Glidden; and We want to make know that nieces, other relatives and we arenephews, a CALHOUN COUNTY friends. He was preceded in death MUSEUM, not just a Rockwell City by his parents, museum, so weWilliam would and likeCarmen people (Clark) Picht. from other towns to come and serve William Picht was born onRichard the board. July 24, 1950 at to Lake City, helped Iowa. BIG THANKS all who He City High sit graduated and work from and Lake just come and School, the Class museum. of 1968. On enjoyed with the wonderful February 14, 1970, he was united in marriage to Connie Kolbe at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Rockwell City. The couple lived in Rockwell

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Rockwell City – Debra “Deb” J. Brennan, age 54, passed away Thursday, October 17, 2013, at the Paula J. Baber Hospice Home, Fort Dodge, after a courageous battle with colon cancer. A Celebration of Deb’s Life was at 10:30 a.m. Monday, October 21, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Rockwell City, with Pastor James Hoover Mossman officiating. Burial was at Rosehill Cemetery. Visitation was from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday at the Palmer & Swank Funeral Home, Rockwell City. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be left to the discretion of the family. Deb is survived by her daughter Mackenzie “Kenzie” Brennan of Rockwell City; brothers, Gary (Nancy) Courter of Chariton, Kim (Amy) Courter of Rockwell City, and Dana (Cherie) Courter of Storm Lake; nieces and nephews, Stacy (Ryan) Agnitsch, Sara (Luke) Brenden, Johnathan Courter, the University of Northern Iowa Cynthia (Brandon) Vaske, Ryan in Student Affairs. He is employed Courter, Rebekahof Courter, in the University Northern Ethan Iowa Courter, and Laura Logeman; and Admissions Office. great-nieces and nephews, Kiara Wharff isArianna a 2007 Courter, graduate and of Agnitsch, Urbandale High School and a Andrew Agnitsch. Deb was preceded 2011 graduate of theparents, University of in death by her Ernest Northern Iowa with aCourter; bachelor’s and Beverly (Legore) her degree Communication. husband inMichael Brennan; She and sisterpursuing Cathie Courter. is a master’s degree Debra Courter was June from theJean University of born Northern 15, 1959, at Lake City, Iowa. Iowa in Communication. SheShe is graduated from High employed as a Rockwell Graduate City Assistant School with the Class of 1977Iowa and in the University of Northern attended Iowa Central Community Communication Department. College in Fort Dodge. On November 30, 1985, she was united in marriage

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We hope Isabelle Annear had the happiest of days on Sunday Oct. 20 when she celebrated her 99th birthday! She’s our most wonderful “senior citizen” in all of Adaza and the neighborhood! Josh and Molly Gingery of Slater were lunch guests of Bob and Karen Gingery and Liz on the 13th. In the afternoon they went to the Fall Festival activities at Deal’s orchard, rural Jefferson. Bob and Becky McCarville were overnight guests on the 11th at Liz Guess’ home and left the next morning to return home to Redding, CA. After visiting Liz the weekend of the Jefferson All-School Reunion, they spent time with their daughter, a member of the faculty at Upper Iowa University in Fayette, and other relatives in northeast Iowa. Barb Tilley of Churdan and Barbara Winkelman of Adaza were among the attendees at the afternoon presentation of “Eva – The Woman, the Talent, the Mystery” at the

Greene County Historical Society in Jefferson on the 13th. Barbara Winkelman’s mother was two years younger than Eva Leonard and also lived in Grand Junction during her youth, so was acquainted with Eva and had told Barb about her. They enjoyed the show, music and narration very much. Steve and Liisa Schmitt, Minneapolis, were visitors and overnight guests at Paul and Pat Schmitt’s on the 12th. Bryce Schmitt, Des Moines, was a caller on Sunday afternoon. Paul and Pat Schmitt attended the visitation for Bob Johnson of Farnhamville at the Palmer Swank Funeral Home in Gowrie on Sunday the 13th. He was 82 and died Oct. 10th at Shady Oaks in Lake City. His funeral was Monday morning at the First United Church in Farnhamville. Anyone having an item for Adaza news may contact Pat Schmitt at 515-389-3737.

Doris Hildreth celebrated her 90th birthday on Sunday, Oct. 13, a day before her actual birthday on Oct. 14. There was fun and family and friends and fun and food and flowers and did we mention it was FUN? This all happened in the Sunnyview big lounge (if those walls could talk, there would be some interesting stories). Happy birthday, Doris! We like to have parties around here. Thank you to whoever brought the giant mystery beets that appeared in the Sunnyview dining room on the morning of 10-9-2013. They were amazing – the body of one measured 9 inches long with a 3 ½ inch diameter, trailing a 5 ½ inch root. We thought the beets could have been prizewinners at the fair. We extend a warm welcome to new Sunnyview resident Weston Thompson. Carene Folden’s visitor last week was her niece, Jean Isdahl, from Brooten, Minnesota. Earl and Pauline Walters had visitors recently, their son Bruce and his son Justin, from Colorado. On Saturday, a big group of the family gathered to belatedly celebrate Earl Walters’ birthday. Bruce provided a large decorative flagstone on which were painted two lovely birds: a goldfinch and a cardinal. The flagstone traveled here separately from Bruce and Justin, who came to Iowa by plane. Since the flagstone was too big to bring on the plane, the question arose, “How do they get it to Iowa?” So, from Colorado, Bruce called Pauline, who gave him the phone number of

Mr. Mike Licht, a former neighbor here in Rockwell City, who knows a lot about trucking. Mr. Licht knew of a trucker coming from Colorado to Rockwell City. Bruce contacted Winkler Trucking – they were bringing supplies to the Kum & Go in Rockwell City. Next door to Kum & Go is Draperies Plus, where Joy Monahan works. Joy arranged to pick up the delivery, and the flagstone reached its new home. Bruce and Justin installed the flagstone in the berm area in the Sunnyview courtyard, where it is framed with bushes near the picnic tables. (Come on out and see it sometime.) With the end of October approaching, it might not be a surprise to see someone wearing a mask. However, it was a bit of a surprise to see a photo of Newt, one of Cindy Kraft’s horses, sporting a remarkable purple mask. It was fun to see the photo posted on the bulletin board -- it looks like Newt is ready for Halloween. Autumn is passing quickly. This is a nice time of year to go visiting, if you are not busy with the harvest. Sightseers can see the leaves changing and falling – gorgeous! You may even notice fall colors in the puzzle room; there is a new 1000 piece night-time lake lodge scene in progress. Have you bought a pumpkin? You could leave it whole, or carve a jack-o-lantern, or turn it into a pie. Say, what do you do if you accidentally get a hole in your pumpkin? Find a pumpkin “patch.”

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My Thought For The Week is: A person who gets ahead is the one who does more than necessary and keeps on doing it. The Trivia Question is: Originally, what was the name of Atlantic supposed to be? This  week Barbara Davis had a birthday and she brought donuts for the Coffee Gang at the JJ Hands Library. Thanks Barb and may you have a great many more. On Tuesday, the VFW Ladies had as their guests for a night out Rose Heath and Bette Knapp. The ladies were Shirley Redaisle and Bette

Knapp. The J.J. Hands Library hosts the After School Reading group they  meet at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.  Everyone is welcome. It is  a great time for the children to improve their reading skills. The answer to the Trivia Question is Pacific. Can you believe it? Gerry Hendricks has been transferred to Shady Oaks for further treatment. Get home quick Gerry. Until next week have a good one. Anyone having an item for Lohrville news may contact Bette Knapp at 712-465-3295.

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Stop by and see us, we are always Well fall is definitely in the air, but that has not slowed us down at Sunny Knoll. We had special visitors this past weekend. Lakota and Kara. They are two black labs that are owned by Caris a nurse here at Sunny Knoll. They spent the afternoon last Saturday. We love to have furry visitors! They spent the day visiting and getting lots of love and attention Darlene frosting cupcakes from everyone. Probably one too many snacks as well. Pet therapy has so many benefits, but to see the smiles on everyone’s faces when they came in the building was priceless. Many remember when they had dogs at home and dogs always give unconditional love. We

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hope they make a habit of visiting us often. Thanks girls! So this past week was decorate cake day. So we whipped up cupcakes and tried our hand at decorating. We have some talented designers but the best part was eating our project for tune and treats that afternoon. They tasted even better than they looked. It proved to be a messy project and we ended up with frosting everywhere, but that was part of the fun! We also had Halloween crafts this week. So we made spooky spiders from suckers, pipe cleaners, and goggle eyes. We had various colors to choose from and everyone made several, as you can never have too many spiders? Well at least not these spiders! I love seeing the look on our resident’s faces when they complete a project. They are so happy and proud. This was a busy and fun week, the kind we love. But I wanted to take a minute and remind all the parents to stop at Sunny Knoll for beggar’s night on October 31. All of our Residents were all smiles as they spent the afternoon playing Bingo! residents will be handing out candy Pictured (from L to R) are Lela Gergen, Katy Schrad, and Shirley Winter. and would love to see all the trickor-treaters! Plus with all the cool Thank you to Vicki Keonin for faithfully volunteering each week. weather, we are a nice warm stop!

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Pictured is Jeannie giving snack to our visitors, Lakota and Kara. happy to see a familiar or new face! Jennifer Roberts~Activity Director

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Meals served Oct. 28 through Nov. 1 at the Rockwell City Community Center (712)-297-7401. Monday – Egg & Potato Casserole, Asparagus, Apple Slices, Fruit Oat Muffin, Tomato Juice Tuesday – Vegetable Lasagna, Green Beans, Garlic Bread, Fruit Compote Wednesday – (Birthday Party) Turkey Roast, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Cranapple Salad. Pumpkin Custard Thursday – Roast Beef, Potatoes w/Gravy, Cooked Cabbage, Cherry Raisin Crisp. WW Roll Friday – Baked Fish, Roasted Red Potatoes, Creamed Peas, Bananas & Oranges, Raspberry Lemonade

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County residents have new health insurance options Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, individuals will be required by federal law to purchase health insurance. Glenda Gentry and Renee Stauter have completed their certification to

sell the new health insurance plans available on the Federally Facilitated Marketplace, bringing residents of Calhoun County health insurance options. The Marketplace, formerly referred to as the Exchange, is where consumers can now go to purchase government-approved health insurance and learn if they are eligible for premium subsides. The Marketplace launched on October 1, and the initial election period lasts through the end of March 2014. During this time, individuals and families may purchase coverage. “The Marketplace presents many new opportunities to individuals and families. If you’ve been denied coverage before, that won’t happen again. The new law guarantees coverage,” explained Glenda Gentry of Mid-Iowa Ins. “If you couldn’t afford coverage before, you might qualify for subsides to help pay your premiums now and if you’re 26 and transitioning off your parent’s plan, there are options for you as well. It can be extremely beneficial to ask

and find out what you qualify for.” Glenda Gentry and Renee Stauter have contracted with the two carriers offering individual and family plans in the new Iowa Marketplace: Coventry Health Care and CoOpprtunity Health. These plans will be available statewide and individuals will have four levels to choose from: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum; each will offer the same essential health benefits. “There’s a lot of information in the law and for consumers, these plans can be confusing,” said Glenda. “There are multiple carriers and multiple plan options, along with new opportunities for premium subsides. It takes time to find out what works best for each individual and to see what he or she could qualify for. That is why we are here.” During the Marketplace enrollment period, individuals can call Glenda Gentry or Renee Stauter at 712-4643144 to have their health insurance questions answered.

October, 1968 45 Years Ago Five senior girls have been chosen by members of their class as candidates for queen at the annual Lake City Community High School Homecoming to be held here Thursday and Friday, October 10 and 11. They are Bev Baumann, Kim Blair, Connie Deuel, Kathy O’Tool and Pat Steig. Participating members in the Lake City Co-op Stamp program have returned $154,000 in patronage dividend stamps to their customer friends since the organization June 1, 1958 as a division of the Lake City Chamber of Commerce, according to C. E. Watters, one of the originators of the plan. The Lake City Co-op dividend stamp group currently includes the following local merchants: Carter Drug Store, Corner Grocery, Matthews Hardware, Chapman’s, Karstens Feed, Steig’s Food Market, Gordon’s Shoes, Blair’s Flowers and Watters Hardware. Mrs. Margaret Campbell was hostess Sunday at a DeHart family reunion in her home. Honored guests were Mrs. Allie Sievert of Sioux City and Mrs. Mae Corey. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeHart of St. Joseph, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Pearl DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Dehart, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mimnaugh and Mrs. Bess Mimnaugh of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohr of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeHart of Churdan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgomery of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Peterson of Callender, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Day and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nielsen of Audubon. Bacon, Wilson’s Crisprite, 1 Lb., 59c; Spare Ribs, Lb, 39c; Tomato Soup, Heinz, Can, 10c; — Corner Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heim and family of Sherburn, Minnesota spent the week-end in the parental Rene Kurth home. Other guests there Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. William Kurth and family of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. James Kurth and family of Mt. Carmel. Gabble Tattle Prattle — Boley Sowers says that the worst thing

about a narrow mind is that it’s ususally accompanied by a wide mouth. It appears that since the first of last August there has been over 15 inches of rainfall in the Lake City vicinity. According to Alfred Mullins, local U. S. government meteorological observer, we had over seven inches in August, and over 5 inches in September and about four inches so far in October. Lanesboro — Mrs. Mae Waters entertained several relatives and friends at her home Sunday in honor of three birthday anniversaries. It was the birthdays of Mrs. Harold Smith on September 26, Carl Miller, October 2 and Mrs. Emil Sherer on Sunday October 6. Those attending the dinner and afternoon visit were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sherer, Mrs. Ella Waldron, Mrs. Lola Miller of Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Chamberlain, Larry Moulds of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Shoemaker and the hostess. Mrs. Kenneth Sherer of Glidden was an afternoon guest. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson announce that they have purchased the McVay hospital property on South Center Street from Dr. and Mrs. M. J. McVay and Mrs. F. W. Hobart, with immediate possession. The Johnsons plan to convert the main building into apartments and the six-stall garage will be used by the tenants. The frame house at the rear of the building will be torn down. Burge Hammond concludes his duties with the U. S. Postal service as he makes the final run on his rural mail route today. Patrons on the route will miss his smiling face and daily visits of the past 12 years. October, 1928 85 Years Ago Gus Ruge, pilot, and Fred Sawtelle, parachute jumper, will be here Sunday and will give exhibitions and take up passengers at the James Martin farm, a mile east and a mile south of town. These men are from Omaha and have a modern 3-place ship. Butter, Finest Creamery, Lb.,

48c; Pure Lard, 2 Lbs., 31c; Sliced Bacon, 5 Lb. Box, $1.19 — The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. Star Theatre, Lake City Iowa, Music by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Niles — Fri-Sat, Oct. 5-6, Tom Mix in “The Son of the Golden West; MonTue, Oct. 8-9, Esther Ralston in “The Sawdust Paradise” – Step high to love, A child of the spangled arena escapes from graft to God — and love. Annual Rexall 1-cent sale at Bain & Beeler’s Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 11-12-13. Hand Husking is Out of Date! The McCormick-Deering Corn Picker makes possible such a saving that farmers who have 50 acres or more of corn to pick and husk are turning to it as the solution to many of the problems connected with disposing of the crop. As a labor saver, it out picks six hand huskers and does a cleaner and better job than average hand labor. It gets the ears that grow low on the stalks which are often left behind by hand huskers. It saves the ears that hand huskers drop or throw over the wagon. It relieves you of the worry about help at husking time. — W. E. Moulds Auto Co. Today’s Local Markets – Corn 74c to 76c; Oats - 34c; Hogs - $8.50; Butter - 35c; Eggs - 29c; Butterfat - 48c; Hens 18c; Heavy Springers - 21c; Old roosters - 10c; Leghorn Springers - 16c.

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Duck Pond progress

White rocks were placed around the pond in the Rockwell City park following excavation work. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

ISU Extension Notes

This year, the Iowa Legislature enacted a new credit on Business Property Tax. Most properties classed as Commercial or Industrial will qualify. Properties which don’t qualify for the credit include apartments, nursing homes and mobile home parks. Deadline to apply for the 2013 assessment year is January 15, 2014. Contact the Assessor’s Office with any questions. Email at assessor@calhouncountyiowa.com or call 712-297-7500.

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Women Managing Cattle series

Women Managing Cattle gives farm women an opportunity to interact with others who face the same challenges in bringing cattle to market. Sessions will provide education and support materials for costs of production, marketing alternatives, pasture management, and pasture watering options. The instructors are Shane Ellis, Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Outreach Field Agricultural Economist; Joe Sellers,

ISU Extension and Outreach Beef Field Specialist; and Shawn Shouse, ISU Extension and Outreach Field Agricultural Engineer. Women Managing Cattle will meet at the Coon Rapids Public Library basement at 123 3rd Ave. S. in Coon Rapids, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Nov.12, 19, and 26. For cost information and to register by phone call 712-792-2364. Registrations are due Nov. 11.

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Titans Football falls to Indians at Spirit Lake, 45-12 By Doug Dornath With the Class 2A, District 2 district championship on the line last Friday night, the South Central Calhoun varsity football team traveled to Class 2A, No. 8 Spirit Lake and hoped to stand alone atop the district with a big road victory. The Indians, however, had other plans as they gradually pulled away to a 45-12 victory over the Titans and handed SCC its first loss in district play as they fell to 4-1 in District 2 and to 4-4 overall. “I thought we had a good plan going into the game, and I thought our kids believed they could beat Spirit Lake,” said SCC head coach Bryan Case. “We played a solid second quarter, but that’s not enough when you’re facing one of the best teams in 2A.  We had some chances, but we also had way too many miscues for us to hang around until the end. Spirit Lake capitalized on our mistakes and the game just snowballed in the second half.  We’ll have to find a way to let this one go and then focus on East Sac County. We want to redeem ourselves heading into the playoffs.” Spirit Lake jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead as Indian quarterback Alec Henrickson connected on a pair of touchdown passes to Austin Folsom on scores of seven yards with 9:10 left in the first period and a 37-yard strike with 3:32 left in the first quarter. In the second period, the Titans got on the board with 10:21 remaining in the first half on a Jake Petzenhauser pass to Cyle King from six yards out on a fourthand-goal play to cut the deficit to 14-6. Spirit Lake drove down to the Titans’ 36-yard line but SCC’s defense was able to turn the Indians over on downs with 6:59 to go in the first half. A couple of minutes later, the Titans scored their second touchdown of the second period and Petzenhauser connected once again with Cyle King for a 4-yard touchdown reception with 3:58 remaining in the first half. The Titans attempted to go for a two-point conversion to tie the score at 14 all, but the run play failed. A key play on the second scoring drive of the night for the

takeaways while Zayne Barrett led in tackles with eight and Rylan Richardson and Tyler Kutz had seven tackles apiece. The Titans have assured themselves of the No. 2 playoff seed from their district because of the team’s head-to-head victory over third place Garner-Hayfield/ Ventura. SCC will play East Sac County, who is 1-4 in the district and 4-4 overall, in Wall Lake at 7 p.m. this Friday, Oct. 25. The opening round of the 2013 Class 2A playoffs begins Wednesday, Oct. 30, against an opponent from Class 2A, District 1.

SCC’s Nick Robinson punts the ball in action against Spirit Lake Friday, Oct. 18, in Spirit Lake. Robinson averages around 30 yards a punt in the varsity district game against the Indians. Photo by Doug Dornath.

Game statistics at Spirit Lake Friday, Oct. 18 Scoring summary First quarter 9:10 — Spirit Lake: Austin Folsom 7-yard reception (kick good), SL 7-0. 3:32 — Spirit Lake: Folsom 37-yard reception (kick good), SL 14-0. Second quarter 10:21 — SCC: Cyle King 6-yard reception (kick failed), SL 14-6. 3:58 — SCC: C. King 4-yard reception (run failed), SL 14-12. 00:01 — Spirit Lake: Nicholas Dusold 32-yard field goal, SL 17-12. Third quarter 10:37 — Spirit Lake: Josh Hofstra 39yard run (kick good), SL 24-12. Fourth quarter 9:28 — Spirit Lake: Kenten Murray 20yard run (kick good), SL 31-12. 6:51 — Spirit Lake: Hofstra 47-yard run (kick good), SL 38-12. 3:05 — Spirit Lake: Alec Henrickson 5-yard run (kick good), SL 45-12. Team statistics Yards rushing: SCC 63, Spirit Lake 359. Yards passing: SCC 117, Spirit Lake 148. Total yards: SCC 180, Spirit Lake 507. First downs: SCC 10, Spirit Lake 16. Fumbles/lost: SCC 3/2, Spirit Lake 2/0. Interceptions lost: SCC 3, Spirit Lake 2. Penalties/yards: SCC 6/40, Spirit Lake 10/80. Total offensive plays: SCC 56, Spirit Lake 69. Individual SCC statistics

SCC’s Derrick Henkenius (5) makes the tackle on a Spirit Lake receiver near the goal line in first half action at Spirit Lake Friday, Oct. 18. Photo by Doug Dornath. Rushing — Jeff King 6-26, Cyle King 3-16, Sam Spencer 6-16, Derrick Henkenius 2-3, Jake Petzenhauser 12-(3), Ashten Halvorsen 1-0, Zayne Barrett 1-5. Passing — Petzenhauser 10-23 117 yds 2 TDs, 3 INT; Spencer 0-1; Henkenius 0-1. Receiving — Jace Neubaum 3-66, C. King 3-13 2 TDs, J. King 3-22, Kaden Kelly 1-16. Kickoff returns — C. King 3-47, Spencer 1-9, Petzenhauser 1-5, Dylan Addison 2-0. Punt returns — C. King 1-0. Tackles (solo-assists-total) — Petzenhauser 4-1-5, Henkenius 2-24, Levi Ellis 1-0-1, Rylan Richardson 3-4-7, Addison 2-2-4, Spencer 1-0-1, C. King 5-1-6, Cole Jacobs 2-0-2, Barrett 2-6-8, Halvorson 1-0-1, J. King 1-5-6, Tyler Kutz 4-3-7, Tanner Wiederin 2-35, Dontay Bass 1-2-3, Aron King 0-2-2, Anthony Handlos 4-4-8, Caleb Maguire 0-1-1, Kelly 1-1-2. Interceptions — Neubaum 2.

Spirit Lake 5-0, 7-1 SCC 4-1, 4-4 Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 3-2, 6-2 Forest City 2-3, 4-4 Clarion-Goldfield 2-4, 3-5 Estherville-LC 1-4, 2-6 East Sac County 1-4, 4-4 Oct. 18 district scores Clarion-Goldfield 32, East Sac County 16 Forest City 42, Central Springs 16 (nondistrict) Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 30, EsthervilleLC 8 Spirit Lake 45, SCC 12

Titans was a Petzenhauser completion to Jace Neubaum for a 40-yard gain with just under 5 minutes remaining in the first half. In the final minute of the first half, the Indians capitalized on a late SCC miscue as Spirit Lake intercepted a Petzenhauser pass and returned it to the Titans 17-yard line with 13.2 seconds remaining in the half. Two plays later, Nicholas Dusold booted a 33-yard field goal through the north uprights with one second on the clock to give the Indians a 17-12 lead and the momentum heading into the locker room. In the second half, the Indians held the Titans offense in check while scoring once in the third period and three more

times in the fourth for the final advantage of 45-12. For the game, the Indians amassed 507 yards of total offense while the Titans were held to 180 for the game including only 63 on the ground. Petzenhauser completed 10 passes for 117 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in the loss. His top receiver was Neubaum with three receptions for 66 yards while Cyle King had three receptions for 16 yards and two scores. Jeff King led the Titans on the ground with six carries for 26 yards while Cyle King and Sam Spencer both had 16 yards rushing apiece. Defensively, Neubaum had two interceptions to led the Titans in

SCC’s Mady Dick nears the finish of the 2013 Twin Lakes Conference girls varsity cross country race held at the Pocahontas Golf Course Saturday, Oct. 19, in Pocahontas. Photo by Doug Dornath.

The 2013 SCC boys cross country team captured the school’s third straight Twin Lakes Conference varsity boys team title at the conference meet in Pocahontas Saturday, Oct. 19. Team members included, from left, Tanner Schrad, Colin Brown, Zach Ludwig, Matthew Nieland, Lucas Farrington, Ryan Daisy and Kory McCarter. Photo by Doug Dornath.

Oct. 25 district schedule Garner-Hayfield/Ventura at Forest City South Central Calhoun at East Sac County Spirit Lake at Estherville-Lincoln Central Clarion-Goldfield at Hampton-Dumont (non-district)

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South Central Calhoun Cross Country Teams run at Pocahontas

By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity boys cross country team earned its third straight Twin Lakes Conference championship Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Pocahontas Golf Course in Pocahontas as the Titans scored 28 team points. The Titan boys, led by Ryan Daisy with a second place individual finish of 17 minutes, 8 seconds, had the team’s top five runners all place in the top 10 in the final standings. Teammate Tanner Schrad was third with a 17:24, Lucas Farrington was sixth in 17:47, Zach Ludwig finished ninth in 18:05.59 and Matthew Nieland was 10th in 18:05.95. Also competing for the SCC varsity boys team were Kory McCarter (33rd, 20:19) and Colin Brown (35th, 20:32). In JV boys action, Miguel Diaz was the junior varsity champion with a time of 20:04. In the middle school boys event, the SCC boys took home first place as a team with 22 team points, led by Spencer Moon, who was individual champion in 12:13, and teammate Nic Englin, who was second in 12:59. On the girls side, the Titans were second place with 39 points as a team behind only Class 1A, No. 1 Pocahontas Area, who had a team score of 26 points. SCC freshman Sydney Batz led the charge for the Titan girls as she was third individually in 15:58. Abby Clark was fifth in 16:27 while Megan Hardy was ninth in 16:54 and Mady Dick placed 10th in 16:55. Katelyn Decker placed 12th for SCC in 17:02 while Michaela Graffunder (16th, 17:51) and Sarah Van Hulzen (37th, 20:21) also competed for the SCC varsity.

“It was a very good meet for the Titans at all levels,” said SCC head coach Brian Knapp. “I tip my hat to the PAC girls team. They are every bit as good as their No. 1 Class 1A rating.” 2013 Twin Lakes Conference XC results Saturday, Oct. 19 at Pocahontas Girls results Final varsity girls team standings —

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1. Pocahontas Area 26, 2. South Central Calhoun 39, 3. Prairie Valley 94, 4. AltaAurelia 100, 5. SEW-Grand 127, 6. East Sac County 144. SCC varsity girls results — 3. Sydney Batz 15:58, 5. Abby Clark 16:27, 9. Megan Hardy 16:54, 10. Mady Dick 16:55, 12. Katelyn Decker 17:02, 16. Michaela Graffunder 17:51, 37. Sarah Van Hulzen 20:21. JV girls — 6. Tabitha Fergason 20:28, 12. Vanessa Squier 23:41, 15. Naia Goodman 24:38. Middle School girls — 1. Amaliya McCaulley 14:20, 10. Isabella Thompson 15:32, 19. Lauren Ukena 16:32. Boys results

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SCC’s Matthew Nieland, right, and teammate Zach Ludwig, heads towards the final stretch of the varsity boys race at the Twin Lakes Conference cross country championships held in Pocahontas Oct. 19. Photo by Doug Dornath

Poen 13:31, 18. Sam Corey 14:19, 20. Mitchell Clark 14:29, 25. Matthew Clark 14:51, 26. Mason Henry 14:55, 33. Austin Olberding 16:13, 37. Connor Bahr 17:08. Titan teams second at OA-BCIG South Central Calhoun’s varsity cross country teams both placed second at the OA-BCIG Invitational in Ida Grove Monday, Oct. 14. The Titan boys scored 66 points as Ryan Daisy was the individual champion in 17:25, while the Titan girls were second with 36 points as Sydney Batz was third overall in 16:25. “We ran exceptionally well again,” said SCC cross country coach Brian Knapp.  “Our girls closed the gap
on Pocahontas Area to four points in a larger meet. The boys competed very well, with Ryan claiming another individual race title.
Now, we have to prepare for the championship part of the season with conference Saturday at Pocahontas and State Qualifying at Unity
Christian next week.” The Titans are scheduled to run at the Class 2A state qualifying meet held at Landsmeer Golf Course in Orange City at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24. OA-BCIG XC Invitational results Monday, Oct. 14 at Ida Grove Girls results Final varsity girls team standings — 1. Pocahontas Area 32, 2. SCC 36, 3. OABCIG 89, 4. Woodbury Central 119, 5. West Harrison 137, 6. Alta-Aurelia 156, 7. Ridge View 193, 8. Boyer Valley 216, 9. Lawton-Bronson 229. SCC varsity girls results — 3. Sydney Batz 16:25, 5. Mady Dick 16:36, 8. Abby Clark 17:14, 11. Katelyn Decker 17:45, 14. Megan Hardy 17:55, 16. Michaela Graffunder 18:03, 56. Sarah Van Hulzen 21:01. JV results — 11. Tabitha Fergason 21:43, 19. Vanessa Squier 25:33, 23. Naia Goodman 26:54. Middle School results — 1. Isabella Thompson 14:45. Boys results Final varsity boys team standings — 1. OA-BCIG 42, 2. SCC 66, 3. Boyer Valley 78, 4. Manson-NW 87, 5. Alta-Aurelia 156, 6. Ridge View 159, 7. MVAO 159, 8. East Sac County 181, 9. Woodbury Central 226, 10. Lawton-Bronson 250, 11. West Monona 325. SCC varsity boys results — 1. Ryan

Daisy 17:25, 7. Tanner Schrad 18:02, 19. Lucas Farrington 18:35, 22. Matthew Nieland 18:50, 23. Zach Ludwig 19:00, 42. Miguel Diaz 20:25, 49. Kory McCarter 20:44. JV results — 4. Colin Brown 20:48, 6. Jacob Clark 21:05, 32. Ryan Martin 27:16, 34. Brad Richardson

SCC’s Sydney Batz was the top finisher for the Titan girls cross country team at the 2013 Twin Lakes Conference cross country championships held in Pocahontas Oct. 19 as she placed third individually at the meet. Photo by Doug Dornath 28:15. Middle school results — 1. Spencer Moon 12:11, 3. Nic Englin 13:13, 6. Blake Pagel, 10. Chase Pibal 13:34, 14. Mason Henry 14:12, 18. Christian Diaz 14:28, 19. Kyle Poen 14:44, 22. Mitchell Clark 14:49, 25. Colton Morenz 14:54, 30. Sam Corey 15:21, 31. Matthew Clark 15:25, 36. Austin Olberding 16:33, 40. Connor Bahr 17:14. Middle school team placing — 1. SCC 32.


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The 2013 SCC varsity volleyball team captured the Twin Lakes Conference volleyball tournament championship in Laurens Thursday, Oct. 17, after sweeping ESC in the tournament finals. Pictured are (front row, from left) Kellsie Knapp, Hailey Burley, Jennifer Hood, Jessica Schultz, Ashley Henkenius, Maggie Anderson and Abby Collison; (second row) head coach Wade Voith, Leah Spyker, Kylie Hepp, Tyffaney Toms, Kori Assman, Haley Birks, Hannah Corey, Darci Lagore and manager Matt Nieland. Not pictured were assistant coaches Denise Brobst and Shelley Blankenship. Photo by Doug Dornath.

SCC Titans Volleyball team wins Twin Lakes Conference Title By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity volleyball team went 6-0 last week at the Twin Lakes Conference varsity volleyball tournament to win the tournament championship and move to 36-4 overall this season. The Titans exacted revenge against the regular season champions, East Sac County, in the tournament finals Thursday, Oct. 17, in Laurens as SCC swept the Class 3A, No. 5 Raiders 2522 and 25-20 in the the TLC finals. “We were really hungry for this especially after the other night,” said SCC head coach Wade Voith. “We thought we let the match against them last week slip away. The girls worked really hard in practice and we came back and executed all the things we had worked on in practice this past week in preparation for the tournament. I am proud of the girls. They did exactly what we told them to do.” The Titans defeated Storm LakeSt. Mary’s 25-8 and 25-16 in the TLC quarterfinals and advanced to the tournament finals after defeating Newell-Fonda 25-17, 25-15 in the semifinals Oct. 17. On Thursday night, the Titans were led by Haley Birks and Tyffaney Toms at the net as they both had 17 kills for the evening while teammate Maggie Anderson added 15. Birks finished with six blocks while Kori Assman and Toms contributed three apiece and Ashley Henkenius added two. Hannah Corey and Anderson led the Titans at Laurens with six ace serves apiece while Birks had four aces and Henkenius finished with two. Henkenius finished with 53 assists on the night Thursday at Laurens and totaled 105 assists for the entire tournament. In TLC tournament pool play at Rockwell City Tuesday, Oct. 15, the Titans were undefeated with a 3-0 match record as they defeated Manson-NW Webster 21-12, 21-10, topped Prairie Valley 21-8 and 22-20, and beat Laurens-Marathon 21-8, 2112. The Titans now have a week to prepare for their upcoming Class 2A, Region 5 match against either Prairie Valley or Ogden Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Lake City at 7 p.m. Prairie Valley and Ogden play a first round match against each other Oct. 22 in Ogden. SCC volleyball results at TLC Tournament

Match scores Tuesday, Oct. 15 at Rockwell City Pool play results SCC beat MNW 21-12, 21-10, SCC beat Prairie Valley 21-8, 22-20 SCC beat Laurens-Marathon 21-8, 21-12. SCC statistics Oct. 15 Serving — Ashley Henkenius 17-22 2 aces, Hannah Corey 20-24 6 aces, Maggie Anderson 22-23 6 aces, Haley Birks 15-17 4 aces, Tyffaney Toms 9-9, Kylie Hepp 18-20 1 ace, Jessica Schultz 1-2 1 ace, Kellsie Knapp 3-4 1 ace, Abby Collison 1-2, Darci Legore 1-1. Kills — Birks 19, Anderson 14, Toms 16, Corey 13, Kori Assman 6,

Thursday, Oct. 17 at Laurens Quarterfinal — SCC beat St. Mary’s 25-8, 25-16 Semifinal — SCC beat Newell-Fonda 25-17, 25-15 Final — SCC beat East Sac County 25-22, 25-20 SCC statistics Oct. 17 Serving — Ashley Henkenius 3034 9 aces, Maggie Anderson 28-32 10 aces, Hannah Corey 19-23 1 ace, Haley Birks 24-26 4 aces, Tyffaney Toms 12-14 2 aces, Kylie Hepp 15-17 1 ace, Leah Spyker 1-1. Kills — Birks 17, Anderson 15, Toms 17, Corey 12, Kori Assman 8, Henkenius 2, Spyker 1. Blocks — Birks 9, Assman 8,

Southeast Webster-Grand in Burnside Monday, Oct. 14, by the scores of 2513, 25-14, 25-11. Junior Maggie Anderson led the Titans serving as she went 23-for 24 with nine ace serves against the Eagles. In addition, Ashley Henkenius was 12-for-15 with four aces and Haley Birks was 5-for-7 with five aces and Hailey Burley was 5-for-5 with two aces. Also scoring an ace serve each were Hannah Corey, Kylie Hepp, Kellsie Knapp and Abby Collison. Kori Assman, Anderson and Hannah Corey each had five kills in the win and Birks finished with four while Tyffaney Toms added three and Darci Legore finished with two.

Assman 5, Henkenius 1, Legore 2, Spyker 1, Burley 1. Blocks — Anderson 1. Digs — Birks 9, Schultz 8,

Henkenius 6, Anderson 3, Corey 3, Assman 3, Toms 2, Collison 2, Burley 2, Jennifer Hood 1, Spyker 1.

SCC junior Maggie Anderson celebrates following the Titans’ two-set win over East Sac County in the championship match at the 2013 Twin Lakes Conference volleyball tournament in Laurens Oct. 17. Photo by Doug Dornath

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Henkenius 2, Leah Spyker 1. Blocks — Birks 6, Assman 3, Toms 3, Henkenius 2, Anderson 1, Corey 1. Digs — Henkenius 19, Birks 19, Schultz 16, Anderson 13, Corey 13, Toms 11, Hepp 7, Assman 5, Collison 2, Knapp 1, Spyker 1, Hailey Burley 1. Assists — Henkenius 53, Birks 4, Anderson 2, Assman 2.

Anderson 8, Toms 2, Corey 5, Henkenius 4. Digs — Birks 15, Anderson12, Corey 12, Henkenius 8, Jessica Schultz 7, Toms 3, Assman 2, Hepp 1. Assists — Henkenius 52, Birks 4, Kellsie Knapp 3, Assman 1, Anderson 1. Titans sweep SEW-Grand The Titans concluded the regular season with a 9-1 record in the Twin Lakes Conference as they defeated

Henkenius led in assists with 18 while Birks led in digs with nine. SCC statistics at SEW-Grand Serving — Ashley Henkenius 1215 4 aces, Maggie Anderson 23-24 9 aces, Hannah Corey 6-7 1 aces, Haley Birks 5-7 5 aces, Jessica Schultz 3-4 1 ace, Kylie Hepp 3-4 1 aces, Kellsie Knapp 2-2 1 aces, Abby Collison 2-2 1 ace, Leah Spyker 3-3, Hailey Burley 5-5 2 aces, Darci Legore 0-1. Kills — Birks 4, Anderson 5, Tyffaney Toms 3, Corey 5, Kori

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