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Grundy Center Pre-Holiday Weekend Friday - Sunday Festival of Trees
(at Old 56 Dairy Farm, 21461 Highway 14/175) Friday, Nov. 22 “Jackets and Jeans with a Little Bling” 6 p.m. — Wine Tasting • 7 p.m. Dinner Advance Reservations Required Call Grundy Center Chamber, 825-3838 Saturday, Nov. 23 Tree Viewing, Entertainment — 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24 Tree Viewing, Entertainment — 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(at Grundy Center Fire Station) 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All varieties of crafts, boutiques and vendors, plus bake sale and silent auction. Free admission
Hospice Soup Luncheon and Bake Sale (at Grundy Center United Methodist Church) 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Vendors available • Raffle
Breakfast and Story Hour with Mrs. Santa Claus (at Kling Memorial Library) 10 a.m. Sponsored by GNB Insurance, Investments and Real Estate
Free Holiday Movie (at Center Theatre) 1 p.m.
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GCMH Emergency Department named one of top three in nation By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register GRUNDY CENTER — As a critical access hospital, Grundy County Memorial Hospital (GCMH) serves as a first line of emergency services for area residents. Tuesday the hospital’s work in that area was recognized on a national basis. The GCMH Emergency Department was honored with a Beacon of Excellence Award at Tuesday’s Press Ganey National Client Conference in Orlando, Fla., recognizing it as one of the top three emergency departments in the nation based on patient satisfaction. “To be in the top three hospitals in the emergency department in the United States is amazing and I’m very proud of every person who works in my department,” GCMH inpatient and emergency room manager JoDee Knox said. “It’s not one person, it’s everyone. It takes everyone to make all these people happy and to deliver great quality care.” “Being recognized in the top three in the country is an outstanding achievement,” Hospital president and CEO Brian Kellar added. “It demonstrates that we’re doing just what is intended for critical access hospitals — capably administering emergency care and saving lives See GCMH page 3
Grundy County Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Department received recognition Tuesday as one of the top three in the nation based on patient satisfaction surveys from the past three years. Shown receiving the award are, from left, Specialty Clinic Manager Lynn Blythe, Registered Nurse Jody Lutterman,; President and CEO Brian Kellar, Emergency Department Manager and registered nurse JoDee Knox and Emergency Department Registration Lead Jeannie Larson, Emergency Department registration lead. GCMH is the only Iowa hospital to receive the 2013 Beacon of Excellence™ award from Health Care Consulting Firm Press Ganey. (Courtesy photo)
Village of Lights
(Downtown Grundy Center) Lighted Parade 5:30 p.m. — G Avenue Lighting of Holiday Lights Following parade — Courthouse Square Gazebo Holiday Balloon Drop Following tree lighting — Courthouse Square Gazebo Free Trolley Rides 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. — Greenbelt Bank and Trust Sponsored by Greenbelt Bank and Trust Santa Visits 6:15 p.m. — GNB Insurance, Investments and Real Estate Sponsored by GNB Insurance, Investments and Real Estate Hot Chocolate and Smores 5:30 p.m. — Corner of G Avenue and Eighth Street Served by Grundy Center FISH group Soup Supper Throughout event — Served by Grundy Center Kiwanis
What’s Happening Wednesday, Nov. 20 Grundy Center School Board Administration building • 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 Alzheimer Support Group Arlington Place • 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25 Grundy County Supervisors Grundy County Courthouse • 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 28 HAPPY THANKSGIVING
Council green lights urban renewal report
GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy Center City Council approved submission of the city’s annual Urban Renewal Report during its regular council meeting Monday. The Council also approved the temporary closing of Seventh Street between G and H Avenues and Eighth Street from G Avenue north to an alley for the annual Village of Lights event. Contractor Justin Lynch spoke to the council about the upcoming street light project, asking that the Council publicly let the contract for the work and recommending that city require that the contractor bond for the project. He also said the city should require the contractor have a minimum insurance requirement.
The Dike-New Hartford High School volleyball team picked up its third straight Class 2A state championship last Friday, clinching the title with a four-set victory over Western Christian. The Wolverines also downed Iowa City Regina and Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont on their way to the championship match. More about the Wolverines’ championship run as well as Grundy Center’s trip to the State Tournament is on today’s sports pages. (John Jensen/The Grundy Register photo)
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Methodist Church to celebrate 150th anniversary GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy Center United Methodist Church will celebrate its 150th anniversary Sunday with a service that combines old-fashioned worship with a modern service. “What we want to do is have at least one opportunity to celebrate the heritage that has been given to us,” UMC Pastor Phil Dicks said. “It’s critically important that we know where we are today and to honor where we’ve come from.” Dicks said the service will include music that came from the 150th, 100th and 50th anniversaries of the church as well as from its founding.
“We don’t even know what some of the tunes are but we do have the words, we’re going to put that together,” he said. Following the service, many historical items will be placed on display in the fellowship hall, many of which have not been seen for many, many years. Among those items will be a board from 1812 with names carved in it that was discovered in the rafters when the church was recently updating its sound and video systems. “They’re putting out things that no one’s ever seen before — things that have been stored away or in
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safes,” Dicks said. Some items, which the church has duplicate copies of, will be available to be taken. There will also be a giant birthday cake with 150 candles. Rather than traditional cake, church members found cake recipes that were used in the 1800s from the original cookbooks they were printed in. “There will be six different cakes with six different recipes,” Dicks said. “Part of the challenge is that some of the recipes don’t have amounts — they just list ingredients. So we have people that have been playing around and testing these. We’re going to print those recipes so people can take them. And they can also taste test them.” The history of the church dates back to Aug. 4, 1857 when an intolerant Methodist minister appeared at the home of Lyman Cole, the the owner of one of just six houses in Grundy Center at the time. Four weeks later the minister returned to hold services and deliver what are believed to have been the first sermons spoken in Grundy Center. In 1863, the Methodist Conference appointed the Rev. Joel A. VanAnda to serve a circuit of four points, one of which was Grundy Center. The first church building was constructed in 1868 on the same location where the current building stands. In 1891 the current building was constructed to replace the original structure, which had been damaged in a storm and which the congregation of 206 had outgrown. “We want to be able to hear some of the stories of the people who gave much in order to make the church what it is today,” Dicks said. “We want to look not only at the historical value, but also the spiritual history as people begin to say ‘This is a critical element in my life.’” Last week current members of the church unearthed a time capsule that had been part of the church since that 1891 construction. In it they found a Bible, a hymnal, coins and several local newspapers. Many items found in the lead box had been severely
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Phil Dicks, pastor at the Grundy Center United Methodist Church, looks at a time capsule that was taken from the cornerstone at the church last week. (Photo courtesy David Hoy)
damaged by moisture that had found its way into the capsule over the past 122 years. Dicks said even finding the time capsule was exciting, as it was pure speculation as to whether it would be in the cornerstone at all. “Usually, in the old Methodist churches and cornerstones, they would dig them out and put a box inside,” he said. “People have the idea that a cornerstone usually has something in it, but sometimes they don’t.” The church brought in a masonry expert to cut out the stone. After overcoming fear that the cornerstone had been taken out once before, nothing was initially found behind it as the stone was removed. “When we got done they were taking it and they were dusting it off when (they started tapping on the top and discovered), ‘This is hollow!’,” Dicks said. It took several more minutes for the church members to find a crevice and eventually instructions about how to remove the stone’s lid. “They took that off, they opened it up and inside was the box,” the pastor said.
This festive centerpiece is one of many items that will be on display this weekend at the Grundy Center Festival of Trees. (Photo courtesy Marilyn Myers/Festival of Trees Committee)
Festival of Trees announces entertainment schedule
GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy Center Festival of Trees Committee has announced the entertainment schedule for this year’s event, which will be Friday through Sunday at the Old 56 Dairy Farm, located at 21461 240th Street (the first barn west of Grundy Center on Highway 14/175). Tree viewing will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Festival kick off its 25th annual event Friday, Nov. 22 with its annual dinner. Advance reservations are required for the “Jackets and Jeans with a little Bling” event, which begins at 6 p.m. with wine and beer tasting. The theme for this year’s festival is “A Simply Rustic Christmas.” The entertainment schedule includes: Saturday, Nov. 23 (Open 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.) 10-11 a.m. Rev. Mike & Sheryl Campbell (piano & flute) 11 a.m. - Noon Carol Gordon & Margaret Ehrig (clarinet & flute) Noon - 1 p.m. Gloria Willms (vocal) 1-2 p.m. Paula Spiers (piano) 2-3 p.m. Nicole McNeil (piano) 3-4 p.m. Pastor Phil Dicks (vocal) and Sandi Stumberg (piano) 4-5 p.m. Tiana Saak (violin & piano) 7-8 p.m. Jan Hagen (piano) Sunday, Nov. 24 (Open 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.) 1-2 p.m. Dylan Hendricks (piano) 2-3 p.m. Becky Craig & students (piano) 3-4 p.m. Pam Mooty (piano) 4-5 p.m. Rev. Luther Thoresen (guitar)
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Grundy County deputies to participate in upcoming sTEP
The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office will participate in a project with the Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau (GTSB) which is promoting traffic safety in Grundy County. Sheriff’s deputies conducted a seatbelt survey this past week and a seatbelt useage rate of 94 percent was recorded for front seat occupants. The week of Nov. 25 through Dec. 1 will be the Iowa ‘Special Traffic Enforcement Program’ (sTEP). Grundy County officers will be looking specifically for seat belt and child restraint violations, along with excessive speed, stop sign violations and alcohol/drug usage. The Sheriff noted the above period includes the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend, the first of the fall/ winter holidays, therefore he urges everyone to drive with care. The sTEP (special Traffic Enforcement Programs) are funded by a grant from the Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau.
Alzheimer group to meet Nov. 21
GRUNDY CENTER — The Alzheimer Support Group will meet Thursday, Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Arlington Place Assisted Living Center, 95 D Avenue, Grundy Center. The theme for this month’s meeting is Celebrating the Holidays while living with Alzheimer’s Disease. For more information call Cathi at 319-824-5674.
Grundy County Community Foundation to award grants
The Grundy County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that it is currently accepting grant requests for this upcoming 2013 grant cycle. The deadline to submit a grant request is midnight Dec. 31, 2013. Non–profit 501(c)3 agencies and service clubs, and government enti-
ties serving Grundy County residents are welcome to apply for funding to complete their charitable projects. The application can be found on the web at www.cfneia.org/affiliates/ GrundyCounty/grants Angie Holloway, Program Director for the Grundy County Development Alliance, said the first couple of pages of the application provides some basic information about the foundation, as well as information about our grant making process. “We hope this will help answer some questions for those who are considering applying, but are not sure if they can, or if their project qualifies”. Projects awarded funding will be announced in the Spring. For more information, please call the Grundy Count Development Alliance at (319) 825-3606. The Grundy County Community Foundation is an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa.
Holy Family Parish to host cookie, candy walk, bazaar
REINBECK — The Holy Family Parish will host a cookie and candy walk and bazaar Saturday, Dec. 7 from 9 to 11 a.m. at St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church in rural Reinbeck. The event will feature craft booths, various nativity sets and vendor displays in addition to the walk and bazaar. Visitors will be invited to purchase a box and fill it with cookies and candy. The church is located at the intersection of Highways T-55 and D-35 (Zaneta Road), between Reinbeck and Dike.
Barn quilt calendars available
2014 Barn Quilt Calendars are now available at the following locations: ISU Extension Office- Grundy Center; The Mill; Hens & Chicks, Conrad; Brick Bungalow, Wellsburg; Country Closet, Reinbeck; Grundy County Farm Bureau, Grundy Center; Grundy County Heritage Museum, Morrison; Fountain on Main, Reinbeck.
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From page 1 while maintaining the highest standards for delivering care,” he said. The award being presented to the local hospital is selected from more than 1,600 hospitals nationwide that utilize Press Ganey to measure patient satisfaction. It cites health care organizations that have been recognized for excellence in multiple years. Hospitals in all 50 states are eligible for the award. Knox said the Emergency Department strives to work as a team with its clerk, registered nurse and physicians. “And we treat the patients like they’re our family,” she said. Community Outreach Manager Keely Harken noted that patients who come to the emergency room are not coming there under pleasant circumstances, making the fact that they had good experiences at the hospital all the more satisfying. “They’re ill, they’re sick, they’re scared, they’re worried about what’s happening to them and then this is how they evaluate the care that’s provided by our nurses and physicians and clerks,” she said. Many of the emergency room doctors who work in Grundy Center specialize and are board certified in emergency medicine. Most also work in larger hospitals and come to do shifts in Grundy Center’s emergency room. “They choose to come here because they like to work here — they like the patients that they take care of and they like the people that they work with,” Knox said. “They only have to work one shift here and they want to come back,” she added. “Everybody works really well together, we have a really nice facility and we have all the equipment for them to take the
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best care possible of our patients.” And when physicians indicate there is something else they need, Knox said an effort is made to get them that equipment. “We have highly trained physicians, so when they say ‘I think this is what we need to do to give the best care possible,’ we listen,” she said. Yet both Kellar and Knox said the success of Grundy Center’s Emergency Department is more than about giving the best clinical care. “You have to have the compassion and the totality piece to go along with it and that has to be part of your culture and has to be important to you,” Kellar said. “You can’t fake it. “It’s a small-town, rural Iowa standard of treating our patients like they are family and recognizing each patient as an individual,” he said. The Grundy Center Memorial Hospital Emergency Department has seen nearly 3,600 Emergency Department visits in the past year. It has been recognized the past four years as being among the top 1 percent nationally based on Press Ganey surveys. The award is the latest in a series of recognitions that Grundy County Memorial Hospital has received over the past year. The GCMH Inpatient Department was recognized as a Top 20 Most Recommended Hospital by the National Rural Health Association, and its Outpatient Services, including is radiology, lab and therapy departments, received a Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for outstanding patient satisfaction. “It’s great to get recognized,” Kellar said. “You go out there and try to do the best job and that’s where our people are committed and focused.”
Farmers sought for beginning farmer mentoring program
AMES — Does your farm seek a highly motivated farm employee? Are you looking for a way to support the next generation of Iowa farmers by sharing your farming knowledge with an aspiring farmer? If so, consider becoming a trainer in Practical Farmers of Iowa’s Labor4Learning program. The program, now entering its second year, is an effort to help beginning farmers receive paid, on-the-job training while helping experienced farmers attract high-quality, motivated farm employees. Applications will be accepted through Dec. 9. Up to 15 trainer farms will be selected by a committee of Practical Farmers members. Farms of all sizes, enterprises, production practices and regions in Iowa are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to serve as a trainer, farmers must live or farm in Iowa and be Practical Farmers of Iowa members. To become a member, visit http://practicalfarmers.org or call the PFI office at (515) 232-5661. Approved trainer farms will receive a payment of up to $200 per month, not to exceed $1,000 per year. This money pays farmers to spend additional time educating trainees on farm business development – training that gives trainees knowledge and business insights beyond the experience they gain performing tasks as a farm laborer. Training time may be flexible, on-the-job or of an informal nature, and should take about one to two hours per week. Trainers will also receive support learning about farm labor regulations.
Alfred L. Koch
Alfred Lawrence Koch, 82, of Louisville, Ky., died on November 11, 2013. Services were held on Thursday, November 14, at the Louisville Memorial Gardens West chapel in Louisville. Alfred was born on July 11, 1931, in Grundy County, the son of Fred and Theresa (Stickfort) Koch. He graduated from Grundy Center High School in 1949. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean Conflict. Alfred married Opal Napier of Harlan, Ky., on October 10, 1953. She preceded him in death on August 11, 2007. He retired from Oce Imagistics, Inc. (formerly the Bruning Engine Company) in 1995. Local survivors include a sister, Dorothy Koch Messer Akkerman of Reinbeck; as well as several nieces and nephews.
Shirley A. Halbach
Shirley A. Halbach 78, of Grundy Center died November 12, 2013, at the Grundy County Memorial Hospital Long Term Care while under the care of Cedar Valley Hospice. A Mass of Christian Burial was held November 16 at St. Gabriel Catholic Church in rural Reinbeck. Burial took place at Rose Hill Cemetery in Grundy Center. A visitationwas held November 15at the Engelkes-Abels Funeral Home in Grundy Center. Memorials may be directed to the family. To leave a message of condolence for the family please visit www. abelsfuneralhomes.com. Shirley was born on August 2, 1935, in rural Iowa Falls the daughter of John and Helen (Hofmann) Schafer. She graduated from Ackley High School with the Class of 1953. She then attended the Hamilton Business School in Mason City and graduated in 1954. Shirley was united in marriage to Bill Halbach on July 13, 1957, at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Ackley. Together they welcomed eight children into their family. Shirley was a member of St. Gabriel Catholic Church and a former member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Grundy Center. She enjoyed sewing, reading, embroidery and baking. Her true joy in life came from her family, especially her husband, children and grandchildren. Shirley is survived by her husband Bill; her children David (Sue) Halbach of Whitewater, Wis., Steven Halbach of Waterloo, Susan Halbach of Grundy Center, Linda (Jason) Sash of Ankeny, Kathleen Halbach of North Liberty, and Mary (David) Sents of Winterset; her grandchildren, Ashley and Brian Halbach, Nicholas, Mikayla, Isabelle and Anna Sash, Matthew and Michael Sents; her brothers, John (Judy) Schafer of Ackley and Robert (Raejean) Schafer of Iowa Falls. She was preceded in death by her parents; and infant twin sons, Richard and Robert.
Grundy Family YMCA Notes
Each Sunday the YMCA provides an Open Gym in the Grundy Center High School. All community members are invited to use the gym while a YMCA staff member or volunteer supervises. YMCA members will have free access to the Open Gym (including all 6th-12th grade students). Non-members of
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the Y will pay $1 for admission. Children 4th grade and under need a family member that is 18 or older to attend the Open Gym with them. The YMCA School’s Out Fun Day visited the pool at the Marshalltown YMCA on November 15th. The kids had fun on the big slide, playing in the “ship wreck”, and climbing on their floating logs and animals! Be sure to sign up for our next School’s Out Fun Day on November 27th by calling the YMCA at (319) 231-0362.
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Memory Lane A look back through The Grundy Register Compiled by Lisa Kanagy
10 Years Ago This Week - 2003 •After two years of planning the planting of prairie grass, wildflowers and trees can begin along the Hwy.214 south entrance to Wellsburg, by the Wellsburg Visioning Committee •YMCA to host open house of the new fitness room •The Annual Holiday Lighted parade will be Friday, Nov. 28 •Liberty Bank will hold Grand Opening Celebration of new building and location in Grundy Center •Listed are several Natural Gas safety tips from Alliant Energy •DNH Wolverines finish 2nd in state volleyball tournament •Center Theatre - Elf 25 Years Ago This Week - 1988 •The downtown lighting is being finished for the annual Christmas lighting ceremony to become ‘The Village of Lights’ •Brian Newton received the highest honors that you can achieve in 4-H, during the annual awards program •Preminum gas prices= $1.26/gal •The Scouts of Dike collected over 900 cans of food for the Dike Food Pantry last week •In Dike schools the children were showed how to ‘vote’ in voting booths, the final step after ‘campaigning’ for their chosen candidate •Center Theatre - Alien Nation •Cottage Cheese - 24oz for $1.09 50 Years Ago This Week - 1938 •Palermo Township No. 8 is the last of the county’s ‘Little Red Schoolhouses..’ There are no longer any one-room schools in our county •The new Farmer’s Co-Op Elevator will be used for feed grinding and feed mixing and has been completed with all new and modern equipment •There will be an Open House at the Farmer’s Co-Op to view the new building and new equipment •The new First Methodist Church at Dike is nearing completion •20 Free Turkeys will be awarded during a drawing •Center Theatre- For Love or Money •Cheese Spread - 2# for 47¢ 75 Years Ago This Week - 1938 •Beaman Bank robbers get $18,500 in cash & government bonds, this is the largest haul by bank robbers in Grundy County •Workmen began yesterday to pour concrete for the foundation of the new school building, 120x135 •The Dike High School held the Declamatory contest on Monday with 12 contestants •The ‘Hobo Convention’ at the GCHS to benefit the music dept. was a great success with 1,266 pair of shoes donated to the cause •New Grundy Theatre-Too Hot To Handle on Thanksgiving Day •Pure Granulated Sugar - 10# for 46¢
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Fifty years ago this week, one of the most significant events in our family’s history took place. It had nothing to do with President Kennedy’s assassination, though it did happen in his home state. It was 50 years ago Saturday that my parents were united in marriage. I’ve talked before about the importance of milestones and anniversaries to me. I celebrate personal accomplishments and truly wish I could get to Florida to celebrate this one with my mom and dad, the two most important people in my life. I spent a lot of time thinking about what to write about my parents, and I’ll be honest that this was a difficult column to write. My parents were high school sweethearts who grew up in neighboring communities and attended a recentlyconsolidated high school together. They married while dad was attending college in Indiana, far from their home near Worchester, Mass. Both came from working families. At least once I got to know them, three of my four grandparents worked for the same factory in Worchester, though I am unsure if they were acquainted prior to my parents’ getting to know one another. Both my sets of grandparents also reached 50 years of marriage together. Mom and Dad moved frequently when they were By JOHN JENSEN young. Dad took a job in the Chicago area after graduating from college and worked there until returning to New England, where I was born. Between the time I was born and was 14 we moved five times, each time across state lines and always far from their parents’ home. They generally saw their parents twice a year — once when grandma and grandpa visited us and once when we visited them. People have asked why I don’t move closer to Mom and Dad in Florida ... a lot of it is that being far from loved ones is what I’ve always known. My parents provided a loving family for me growing up - providing everything we needed and most of what we wanted. We didn’t live an extravagant life, but we always had a nice home in a nice neighborhood. They say opposites attract, and that seems to have been the case with my parents. Mom likes to be social and have friends her age; Dad is just as happy being alone. Dad has always liked to build things — there was a time when most everything in our home, including our kitchen cabinets, had been hand-built by him. My mother, on the other hand, is an avid reader and enjoys working on the computer. Among our rules at home were that we never talked about politics, something I later figured out was because my parents were basically on opposite sides of the political spectrum (though both claimed to be independent). We were a traditional family in a somewhat old-fashioned sense. Mom often didn’t work outside the home and we always sat down for meals together, even when I had evening activities. She and Dad still have dinner together every night. Though my parents are opposites, they are also intensely loyal to one another. I learned that the hard way once or twice while growing up and have understood it a lot more since leaving home. Though they have been through the same hard times as most couples, I still believe my parents are each other’s best friend. Mom and Dad, I’m sorry I couldn’t make it to see you this week. I had truly hoped to make it down there to help celebrate this most important time with you, though work obligations dictated otherwise. I’ll see you at Christmas, when I’ll have more time to spend with you. • • • The fall sports season wrapped up Friday the same way the past two fall seasons have ... with Dike-New Hartford’s volleyball team downing Western Christian in the state final. It was two years ago, when D-NH surprised Western for its first title in 14 years, that I suggested that the Wolverines and Wolfpack could dominate Class 2A the next few years. It was an easy prediction knowing the depth of talent on both teams as well as the quality of coaching and commitment to volleyball. The first two rounds of the last couple of state tournaments have truly felt like a march to the inevitable. D-NH and Western Christian are just that much better than everyone else in Class 2A. The past couple of 2A state finals have played out similarly, with Western Christian dominating early and Dike-New Hartford winning enough hard-fought points later to win the match. It’s incredible volleyball to watch. For the first time Friday, I actually started to feel for the kids from Western. I know I work for a newspaper where Dike-New Hartford is very important to us, and I truly love watching the Wolverines play. But for the Western Christian kids to play so well the past three years only to lose to the same group of Dike-New Hartford kids who played a tiny bit better ... it has to be an incredibly empty feeling. In all my years covering sports, this Wolverine team is the most dominant I’ve covered in any sport. I covered a Washington team that won three straight girls’ basketball championships, but that team won largely on the talents of one very, very talented young lady. This Wolverine
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My parents are pictured on their wedding day, cutting the cake during the reception that followed their wedding. team has three kids who have already committed play Division I volleyball and a fourth whom I believe is capable of playing at the next level. And that Washington team lost a couple of games to bigger schools each year ... D-NH has won 99 straight matches against Iowa competition while playing a schedule that annually includes top-ranked teams in almost every class. I would also like to mention Grundy Center’s girls, for whom making the State Tournament was a fantastic accomplishment. Every team has a realistic ceiling based on the talent on the team and the circumstance they are in. For the Spartans, making State was that ceiling based on the schedule they play and being in Class 2A. Being ranked No. 9 in the state, you knew GC would likely face either Dike or Western Christian in the first round ... and, like I just said, those two teams have incredible talent and experience. If GC had been in Class 1A, as they were last year (they were the second-smallest school in 2A this year after being the largest in 1A last season), their ceiling likely would have been a lot higher. On a side note, it was great to see the Grundy girls at the state tournament the final two days despite them having lost in the first round. For a few minutes before the finals they even got to step on the court, albeit shagging balls for their cross-county rivals. • • • Finally, I hope you are all able to come out to Grundy Center’s Festival of Trees and Village of Lights this weekend. Things worked out that we could be the same weekend this year, and I must admit feeling this is best for everyone. Last year, a committee that includes Tiffany Carson, Phil Dicks, Brandi Gordon, Andrew Peters and I put together an expanded Village of Lights Festival to include a parade, lighting ceremony and balloon drop for the first time in a few years. We felt the festival was successful, but also listened to a few people’s ideas for changes. The biggest change we made was the date. The festival had previously been the Friday after Thanksgiving, but many people talked about not being able to attend because they were out of town visiting relatives for the festival. The decision was made to move it back a week, which put it on the same weekend as Grundy Center’s Festival of Trees, and also to move it from Friday to Saturday so that events can be planned throughout the day. I’m really excited with what the group came up with. The Kling Memorial Library will host Breakfast with Mrs. Claus, and the Center Theatre will host a showing of “Polar Express.” The Fire Department Auxiliary will also host a bazaar that day. I really feel like having the Village of Lights events and Festival of Trees on the same weekend will be best for both events, providing something for everyone. The events attract different audiences, creating something for everyone. I strongly encourage you to support and attend both events.
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Mr. & Mrs. John E. Muller celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on October 23rd. John and Harriett (Thoren) were married on October 23, 1953 at the Bethel Lutheran Church, Parkersburg, Iowa Their daughter, Mrs. Tom (Sandy) Dunham of San Diego was here for the special occasion. Thanks for the calls, visits and cards we received. John and Harriett Muller Thank you to the Hospital staff, Dr. and Nurses for the great care while I was there, everyone was very friendly and helpful. Also, thanks for the cards, visits, calls, food and flowers. Thanks to Pastor Luther for his visits. Mrs. John E. Muller
The family of Frieda Beenken would like to express our sincere thanks for all the cards, prayers, flowers, telephone calls, words of kindness and memorials. You are all so thoughtful. A special thanks to Dr. Shuherk, Dr. Arnevic, all the hospital and long term care staff and to Hospice for the special care you gave our mother. May each one of you be richly blessed for your kindness.
To celebrate 50th anniversary
Melvin and Arlene Haupt will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on Saturday, Nov. 30, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the First Christian Reformed Church west of Wellsburg. Melvin Haupt and Arlene Werkman were married on December 6, 1963, at the Holland Christian Reformed Church. Melvin currently farms and Arlene is retired from the Iowa State Training School. Their family includes Gary and Kathy Boomgarden (Trenton and Kyle) of Cedar Falls, Brad and Jan Jungling (Lauren, Levi, and Daniel) of Pella, Lance and Diane Haupt (Jared, Travis, and Rachel) of Wellsburg, and Rich and Linda Dutcher (Hannah and Bryant) of Dayton.
Community Singers Christmas Dec. 8 Nutrition site menu program The Community Singers will
With gratitude and thanksgiving, The Frieda Beenken Family
Friday, November 22 — Sliced Turkey Breast, Turkey Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Bread Dressing, French Green Bean Casserole, Wheat Roll/Margarine, Pumpkin Pie, and Margarine Monday, November 25 — Potato Crusted Fish, Rice Florentine, Capri Vegetables, Multi Grain Bread/Margarine, Fresh Fruit, Tartar Sauce Tuesday, November 26 — Smothered Liver with Onions, O’Brien Whipped Potatoes, Green Beans with Tomatoes and Onion, Multi Grain Bread/Margarine, Fruited Gelatin Wednesday, November 27 — Italian Style Pork, Red Potatoes, Seasoned Carrots, Wheat Bread/ Margarine, Cinnamon Applesauce Thursday, November 28: Closed Each meal includes milk. All meals must be ordered by 9 a.m. the day before receiving a meal. For more information, to reserve a place or order a meal, call the Grundy Center Senior Center at (319) 824-3843.
Area student named to Biola University Dean’s List
LA MIRADA, CA — The following local resident was among 1,422 students named to Biola University's Spring 2013 Dean's List for academic excellence: Anna Vollema, resident of Holland Biola students are placed on the Dean's List to honor those with a grade point average of 3.6 or higher while enrolled in twelve of more credit units and whose cumulative grade point average is at least a 3.2. This past spring, 35 percent of Biola students achieved this academic goal.
present their 5th annual Christmas program, The Joys Of Christmas, on December 8, at 2 p.m. in the Steamboat Rock School Gymnasium. Singers from the communities of Ackley, Wellsburg, Steamboat Rock, Eldora and Aplington will be taking part in this program. They will be singing delightful secular favorites, as well as portraying the Christmas story in word and song. The director is Marlene Oelmann, accompanied by Deb Wentzien .
News from Ivester
Adopt a family Friendly Forum Class is sponsoring a family through Operation Threshold in Grundy Center. Anyone is welcome to donate. Give your donation to Ron or LaDonna Brunk by December 1. Messiah All interested community members are invited to join the chorus or attend the performance at 6:30 pm, December 1 at Hope United Methodist Church, 2203 South 3rd Ave, Marshalltown. Thanksgiving Service A traditional Thanksgiving Worship Service will be held at the Ivester Church at 8 am. Persons are asked to bring thoughts, poems, art, anecdotes, or hymns to share. Light breakfast and fellowship will follow the worship. On Call Deacons on call November 18-19 - Alice November 20-22 - Jan November 26 - Vicki November 27-29 - LaDonna
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Beginning at the Center Theatre on Friday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. will be the sci-fi/adventure Ender’s Game, starring Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley and Abigail Breslin. This movie is rated PG-13 for violence, running approximately 120 minutes in length. At 7:30 will be the drama/ thriller Gravity 2D, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. This movie is rated PG-13 for violence, running approximately 90 minutes in length. THE CENTER THEATRE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING EVENING. THERE WILL BE NO MATINEES THIS WEEKEND. Ender’s Game takes place in the near future, where a hostile alien race (called the Formics) have attacked Earth. If not for the legendary heroics of International Fleet Commander, Mazer Rackham (Ben Kingsley), all would have been lost. In preparation for the next attack, the highly esteemed Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford) and the International Military are training only the best young children to find the future Mazer. Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield), a shy, but strategically brilliant boy is pulled out of his school to join the elite. Arriving at Battle School, Ender quickly and easily masters increasingly difficult war games, distinguishing himself and winning respect amongst his peers. Ender is soon ordained by Graff as the military's next great hope, resulting in his promotion to Command School. Once there, he's trained by Mazer Rackham, himself, to lead his fellow soldiers into an epic battle that will determine the future of Earth and save the human race. Based on the
best-selling, award winning novel, Ender’s Game is an epic adventure which stars Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Kingsley, Viola Davis, with Abigail Breslin and Harrison Ford. In Gravity 2D, Academy Award® winners Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side) and George Clooney (Up in the Air, Syriana) star in this heartpounding thriller written, directed and produced by Oscar® nominee Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men) and set in the infinite and unforgiving realm of deep space. Bullock plays a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission, with Clooney as a veteran astronaut in command of his last flight before retiring. But on a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes. The shuttle is destroyed, leaving the two completely alone - tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness. The deafening silence tells them they have lost any link to Earth...and any chance for rescue. As fear turns to panic, every gulp of air eats away at what little oxygen is left. But the only way home may be to go further out into the terrifying expanse of space. Gravity 2D is an exciting and suspenseful movie you will not want to miss at the Center Theatre this week! For the most up-to-date movie information, please check out our new website at www.grundycentertheatre.com. If you are interested in gift certificates to the Center Theatre, they may be purchased at GNB bank locations during the day or at the Center Theatre during evening business hours.
Palermo Clovers Central College to 4-H Club meeting visit area schools The Palermo Clovers 4-H club met at Eileen Flater’s house on Saturday, November 9. Jaydn Sawyer, Gabby and Olivia Patrick, and Joseph, Abigail, & Anna Roegner hosted 30 kids and 5 adults. President Abby Taylor called the meeting to order. The roll call was “What is something you are thankful for?” The stuffed bears are now delivered to Operation Threshold. Jessica Ayers gave her presentation on diabetes. Alex Steinmeyer led the club in a Photography workshop. The activity was finishing ornaments for the Festival of Trees. The next meeting will be at Eileen’s house on January 4.
Lincoln Junior Farmers 4-H club
We elected our new officers. Our new president is Megan Andersen, Vice-president is Jake Mulder. Treasurer is Lexi Schmitt. Secretary is Rachel Pakala, and our historians are Nikki Weissenfluh, and Shianne Klatt. New buisnes: The fair schedule has been changed this year, so the first day of the fair is on a Tuesday instead of Monday, and will go through Sunday, July 22-27. On December 14 there will be a bake sale and arts and crafts, etc. at tractor supply co. in Grundy Center. At our last meeting we all made Christmas cards for those who are serving across the seas for our country.
PELLA — Central College admission counselor Laura Essig will visit Grundy Center High School and Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School on Nov. 21. Essig will be at Grundy Center at 11:30 a.m. and Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School at 12:30 p.m. All students are invited to meet Essig in the school's counseling center to learn more about Central.
Pest Control Operators Workshop Dec. 4
A continuing education workshop for Commercial Pest Control Operators will be held Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., at the Hardin County ISU Extension Office in Iowa Falls. The workshop is for certified applicators with categories 7A, 7B, 8, and 10 endorsements. Topics to be covered include bed bug and termite treatment options, rodent control, ant baiting, safe wildlife management, and Iowa pesticide laws and regulations. The registration fee is $ 60 on or before November 27 and $ 70 after November 27. To register, contact the Hardin County ISU Extension Office at 641-648-4850 or toll free 1-888-648-5005. The workshop is sponsored by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and Iowa State University Extension.
Thursday, November 21 2013
Calendar of events Grundy Community Center Thursday November 21
Friday November 22
• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking. 7 a.m. -12 noon., Wilts Room Blood Drive, 12:30 - 6 p.m., Wilts Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room • Grundy Comm. Center – No Walking, Exercise, 9 a.m., Legion Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m, Legion Room 10:30 a.m., Bingo
Saturday November 23
• Grundy Comm. Center – Appel/Simms Wedding, Wilts & Legion Room
Sunday November 24
• Grundy Comm. Center – Appel/Simms Family, Wilts Room Orchard Hill Church, 9:45 a.m., Legion Room
Monday November 25
• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts Room Exercise, 9 a.m., Legion Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room
Tuesday November 26
• Grundy Comm. Center – Walking, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wilts Room 10:30 a.m., Bingo Potter’s Hearing Aids, 9 a.m., Office Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room
Wednesday November 27
• Grundy Comm. Center – No Walking Exercise, 9 a.m., Legion Room Congregate Meals, 11:30 a.m., Legion Room Westerman Family, 4 p.m., Legion Room
Thursday November 28
• Grundy Comm. Center – Community Thanksgiving, 11 a.m.- 1 p.m.
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Steinmeyer family gathering
The Steinmeyer gathering was held November 10 at the Grundy Community Center. It was hosted by Marvin and Joyce Steinmeyer, James and Janice Steinmeyer, Lary and Rozella Riebkes and Larry and Wonda Sovereign. Those in attendance were: Mary Henze, Gary and Bonnie Henze, Monica and Victor Kuper, Dulci Arends, Brad, Jessica, Hanna, Lane and William Benning, Gary Lee, Staci, Brylee and Aubryn Henze, Ron and Kathie Karsyns, Maria, Kayla and Lacie Hartkopp, Amy, Sawyer and Aiden Heitland, Samanth Heitland and Oscar Brophy, Austin Heitland and Shay Nidert, Adam and Elizabeth Karsjens. Also, Arlene Steinmeyer, Steve and Sheila Steinmeyer, Allan and Debbie Myers, David, Sarah, Bria, McKenna and Weston Steinmeyer, Brian Myers, Curtis and Karen Weigman, Anabeth and Hunter Hawk. Also, Rex Myers, Heath, Jenny, Anna, Emily and Lucy Meyers, Patty and Jim Aten, Matthew Aten, Christian and Jon Sunderland. Also, Marvin and Joyce Steinmeyer, Perry and Sue Steinmeyer, Chad and Linda Mackie, Chelsey and Nicole McNeil, Jayce and Britton Friesley, Jordan Steinmeyer and Jordan Tovar. Also, JoAnn Wrage, Jeff Wrage, Nathan and Jennifer Wrage, Randy, Amy, Jake and Luke Wrage. Also, Barbara Wical Huntley, Doug and Jo Ellen Wical, Jan Boren, Dylan, Salina and Eva Ross. Alice Kolthoff, Dennis and Shelley Viet, Rick, Cindy, Nick and Jakaby Gronowski, Krystal and Penelopy and Micah Rurden, Ericia and Cason Gronowski, Dedra Kolthoff, Josi Mooney and Bentley Bower. Also, James and Janice Steinmeyer, Brian, Elizabeth, Alexandria, Timothy, Samuel, Daniel, Nathaniel, Angelina, Josiah and Aurora Steinmeyer, Jill Steinmeyer, Mike, Alison, Raelyn and Jaydn Steinmeyer. Also, Lary and Rozella Riebkes, Greg and Kirsten Riebkes. Also, Larry and Wonda Sovereign. Next year’s gathering will be hosted by Mary Henze, Arlene Steinmeyer, JoAnn Wrage, Barbara Huntley, Alice Kolthoff and families of Ann Meyers.
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7:00 - Ender’s Game Rated PG & 85 min. Rated PG-13, 120 minutes * Fri. - Wed. - 7:30 pm * Saturday Matinee - 3:15pm * Sunday Matineed - 1:30pm 7:30 - Gravity in 2D * Tuesday the 26th - 7:30pm Rated PG-13 - 90 minutes after Tree Lighting * Wednesday the 27th - 1:30pm *No WeekeNd MatiNees this Week* matinee *Closed thaNksgiviNg eveNiNg* $4 - admission for all
Thursday, November 21, 2013 Volume 89 – Number 47
D-NH girls' basketball to host Hall of Pride scrimmage
DIKE — The Dike-New Hartford girls' basketball team will host Cedar Rapids Kennedy Monday in a Hall of Pride Scrimmage.
Ninth-graders and junior varsity will play at 6 p.m. with the varsity following at 7:30. Admission to the game is a nonperishable food item that will be donated to the local food bank.
Central College a to visit D-NH High School
PELLA — Central College admission counselor Laura Essig will visit Dike-New Hartford High School on Nov. 21 at 9:25 a.m. All students are invited to meet Essig in the school's counseling center to learn more about Central.
Dike Library closings
Due to the relocation of the catalogs' server, Dike Public Library and Kling Memorial Library's catalog system will be unavailable from 6 a.m. CST November 28 until 6 p.m. CST November 30. Both libraries will be closed during this time. Check outs will receive extended due dates through the weekend. We apologize for any inconvenience.
D-NH lunch menu
Thursday, November 21: Thanksgiving Dinner — Turkey, mashed potatoes/gravy, stuffing, mandarin oranges, dinner roll, pumpkin pie Friday, November 22: chicken strip, french fries, green beans, strawberries Monday, November 25: Quesadilla, peas, pear slice, juice Tuesday, November 26: chili, crackers , cinnamon roll, applesauce
Thursday, November 21: Mrs. Ralph Thuesen, Dave Van Hauen, George Murphy, Cole Hoing Friday, November 22: Callie Miller, Ivan Arends, Gloria Henze, Sonja Wright Saturday, November 23: Larry Millang, Pat Grandon, Jim Biersner, Alicia Hansen Sunday, November 24: Jim Marx, Donna Bruhn, Amy Christensen, Harriet Hohenberger Monday, November 25: Mike Bakker Tuesday, November 26: Frank Dargan, Johanna Schmitt, Richard Juhl Wednesday, November 27: Jim Boike, Dick Woodley
The 3rd annual Holiday Razzel Dazzel will take place on December 4 from 5 to 8 pm . The holiday season is approaching and the Dike Community Betterment Association together with our local businesses are gearing up for our Main St celebration. Santa will arrive in a horse drawn trolley at 6 pm and the tree lighting will happen. There will be caroling and many other events for the public to enjoy while taking the opportunity to explore the downtown businesses. The Festival of Trees and business booths will be set up at City Hall and at the Library. Join the fun December 4.
Bethany Presbyterian Church Tom & Jean Bower, Pastors 319-824-5471 10:00 a.m. Worship Service First Baptist Church 319-824-3324 www.firstbaptistgrundycenter.com 9:15 a.m., Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service 6:30 p.m. Evening Service First Presbyterian Church Rev. Mike Campbell, Pastor Rev. Sheryl Campbell, Parish Associate 319-824-3152 9:00 a.m. Worship Service United Methodist Church Phil Dicks, Pastor 319-825-5408 9 a.m. Worship Service 10:15 a.m. Adult Study at AP 10:15 a.m. Pastor led Bible Study in FH Orchard Hill Church (Center Theatre) 319-824-3039 9:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Worship Service Orchard Hill - Lincoln Center Jesse Henkle, Host Pastor 319-824-6178 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School
Colfax Center Presbyterian Robbie Grames, Pastor 319-824-5231 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 Sunday School Pleasant Valley Reformed Church Rev. Rick Vollema 319-346-1090 9 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Discussion Group
East Friesland Presbyterian Lynn Arends, Supply Pastor 641-847-2896 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Faith Presbyterian Church 641-847-3188 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School
Diane Paige, Correspondent Phone: (319) 989-2163
Weather and emergency plans
Tis the season of unpredictable weather. Adverse weather conditions make for adjustments in family plans and travel. We pray that this holiday season will be safe for all families traveling for family dinners and or vacations. For school closings there are several resources available to check for closings and or late arrivals or early dismissals. Local radio - tv stations, DNH webpage for early dismissals, kwwl webpage :www.kwwl.com, or email notifications be Iowa school alerts with sign up necessary.
Dates for Dike Thursday, November 21 All state music festival Football state OPUS Music festival 3:45 to 7:40 EL/JH P/T conf Friday, November 22 All-State Music Festival State Football Saturday, November 23 All-state Music festival Sunday, November 24 Local Church services Monday, November 25 El /JH P/T Conf 6 pm Girls BB "Hall of Pride" Tuesday, November 26 6:15 Girls BB Don Bosco Wednesday, November 27 No School Thanksgiving Recess Last minute grocery shopping
Five Seasons andj DNH Volleyball
Lets talk success! Many thanks have been given to the team and coaches by parents and grandparents, but from your fans that are not related, you need to know how much we have really enjoyed watching your victories. Pictured above the fans cheer on the Wolverines at the state volleyball tournament.
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American Lutheran Church Luther Thoresen Pastor 319-824-3557 8:45 a.m. Worship Service www.alcgc.org
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First Christian Reformed Thomas Vos, Pastor 641-869-3305 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Pleasant Valley United Methodist Dot Geersema, Pastor 641-869-3637 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship Reformed Church 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 Sunday School 6:30 p.m. Evening Bible Study St. John Lutheran Church 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:45 Sunday School & Bible Class St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran 641-869-3992 8:15 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service St. Peter’s Country Church Rev. Michael McLane, Pastor 563-581-2866 8 a.m. Morning Worship United Reformed Church Matthew Nuiver, Pastor 641-869-3633 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 Sunday School 7 p.m. Evening Worship Steamboat Rock Baptist Church Harrison Lippert, Pastor Bryce Roskens, Associate Pastor 8:45 a.m. Traditional Service 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Contemporary Service
United Methodist Church Dan Ridnouer, Pastor 319-989-2535 9 a.m. Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Worship Service
Liberty Baptist Church (GARBC) Dennis Sanders, Pastor 319-989-2141 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Evening Praise Service
United Methodist Church 641-366-2142 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship
Alice Church of God James Snare, Pastor 641-623-5641 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service First Presbyterian Church Kerry Carson, Pastor 641-366-2342 8:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Fellowship United Methodist Church Jennifer Daniel, Pastor 641-366-2325 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship
Holy Family Catholic Parish Rev. David Kucera 319-345-2006 Mass: 5:30 p.m., Sat. - Parkersburg 9:30 a.m., Sunday - Reinbeck Salem Church of Lincoln Rev. Barb Muhs, Pastor 641-473-2450 9:25 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Bethel Reformed Church 319-347-6219 9 a.m. Worship Service 10 a.m. Sunday School
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Mark Decker, Pastor 319-988-3967 9 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School
Ivester Church of the Brethren Co-Pastors Katie & Parker Thompson 641-858-3879 9:30 a.m. Christian Education 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Noon potluck
Fredsville Lutheran Church Rev. Lisa Dietrich, Pastor 319-989-2065 8:15 a.m. Adult Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School
Reformed Church of Stout Stephen and Olga Shaffer, Pastors 319-346-1487 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:45 Sunday School
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Silence iS Golden The value of silence in our noisy and busy world is easy to overlook, and even though many of us would like a quieter environment, it can be almost impossible to find a truly quiet place in much of the modern world. Cars, trucks and motorcycles with loud mufflers are some of the worst offenders when it comes to disrupting what little serenity we have. Loud music and boisterous parties are perennial disturbers of the peace as well. Since loud and inconsiderate people are not likely to be convinced of the errors of their ways, holy men and women have always known the importance of sequestering themselves, going into caves or sojourning in the wilderness. Some religious orders even take vows of silence. Finding quiet time each and every day pays big dividends to our spiritual and emotional health, and probably our physical health as well. We should consider also whether our lifestyle is contributing to a quieter world or if we are one of those vexatious disturbers of the peace. – Christopher Simon
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If you’d like to reduce the stress of the upcoming holiday season, try making gifts instead of purchasing them and have recipes and materials provided for you, then this is the class for you! Participants will learn to make several gifts in a jar including candles, lotion, bath salts, pie, cookies, soup, tea and kids gifts. Shari Sell-Bakker, Grundy County Extension Administrator is eager to share the ins and outs, the dos and don’ts, and secrets to making great gifts in a jar that friends, family and co-workers will rave about for holidays to come! Class will be held at the Grundy Center Community Center. Brochures with more information and registration forms can be obtained by contacting the Grundy County Extension office at 319-824-6979, visiting us at 703 F Avenue, Suite 1, Grundy Center, or by e-mailing Shari at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration forms must be turned in no later than December 2. The Grundy County Extension & Outreach office can be reached by calling 319-824-6979, faxing 319824-6601 or emailing Shari SellBakker at email@example.com.
The Grundy County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is looking for medical and non-medical community members who are interested in volunteering. The Medical Reserve Corps is community-based and functions as a way to locally organize and utilize volunteers who want to donate their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies and promote healthy living throughout the year. MRC volunteers supplement existing emergency and public health resources. Many MRC volunteers assist with activities to improve public health in their community – increasing health literacy, supporting prevention efforts and eliminating health disparities. What a difference you could make! If you are interested please call Grundy County Public Health at 319-824-6312 or e-mail chrisb@ gccourthouse.org for more information.
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Tile Drainage for profitable crop production in Grundy Center Dec. 2
Gifts in a Jar class scheduled for December 5
Medical Reserve Corps seeking volunteers
Thursday, November 21, 2013
ISU Extension Specialists Matt Helmers, Dan Huyser and Kelvin Leibold will be in Grundy Center December 2 to present a program on tile drainage for profitable crop production. Class is open to the public and all are invited to participate in this two hour class. As more producers utilize yield mapping, the loss of poor yield to poor drainage conditions has become more apparent. This has increased the questions and demand for information on how we can efficiently utilize tile drainage to improve crop
production in eastern Iowa. To help answer these and other questions on tile drainage on Iowa soils, a drainage workshop has been scheduled at the Grundy Center Community Center on December 2 from 1-3:30 p.m. Cost is $15 in advance or $25 at the door. To register call Shari at the Grundy County Extension Office at 319-824-6979, e-mail sellbakk@ iastate.edu or visit our office at 703 F Avenue, Suite 1, Grundy Center. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
Tips for healthier Holiday eating
GRUNDY CENTER — With Thanksgiving just days away, American families will be preparing for a dinner that includes traditional favorites likes turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and stuffing. The dietitians at Grundy County Memorial Hospital understand that holiday meals can present a challenge to those who are working to maintain a healthy weight, control their cholesterol, or are diabetic. Crystal Petersen, RD LD, advises that a little advance planning can prevent the holiday season from sabotaging your healthy eating plan. She advises these steps for now through the holiday party season: • Plan ahead. Look over the entire buffet and plan what you’d like to eat. This will keep foods off your plate that you may not really want. • Serve yourself so you can control your portion sizes. • Fill your plate with vegetables before choosing entrees and desserts. Eating a salad before your meal can help you eat fewer calories overall. • If you have a choice, choose a small plate. The smaller the plate the less you can eat. • Remember to drink water or another low calorie beverage with your meal. • Eat slowly, savor each bite and put your fork down between bites. • Wait at least 10 minutes after thinking about going back for seconds. Then ask yourself “am I still hungry?” • After the meal, choose a place
far away from the food so you won’t be tempted. Dietitian Wendy Brewer, RD LD offers a tasty way to introduce a healthy vegetable into the Thanksgiving meal, with Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes. In addition, Wendy’s suggestion for ‘Healthy Stuffing’ and Crystal’s recipe for flavorful gravy that’s lower in fat may be found on the hospital’s website, www.grundycountyhospital.org. Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes Serves 4 1 head cauliflower 1 clove garlic 1 leek, white only, split in 4 pieces (may substitute 1/2 an onion) 1 tablespoon heart healthy softtub margarine Pepper (to taste) Break cauliflower into small pieces. In a saucepan, steam cauliflower, garlic and leeks (or onion) in water until completely tender, about 20 to 30 minutes. While cauliflower is hot, place in food processor and puree until the vegetables resemble mashed potatoes, making sure all of the cauliflower is pureed. Process only a small portion at a time if needed. Add a little hot water if the mixture is dry. Stir in margarine and pepper to taste. Calories: 70, Fat: 3 grams, Cholesterol: 0 mg, Total Carbs: 9 grams, Sodium: 75 mg Crystal says that stepping out for a family walk after Thanksgiving dinner and organizing family games and activities that remove the focus from food are helpful ways to prevent a return to the dinner table.
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Residents and staff at Arlington Place were honored to have Grundy Center veterans join them for lunch on Veteran's Day, Monday, Nov. 11. Director Cathi Burnette said residents and staff continue to be awed by the principles represented in the Flag Folding Ceremony and by stories of those who have served in the military. "We appreciate their service and all who have served and continue to sacrifice to defend and preserve our freedoms," she said. (Courtesy photo)
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At the Iowa State Association of Counties Fall School held at the Veterans Memorial Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center in Des Moines on November 13-15, 2013, Rhonda R. Deters, Grundy County Auditor, was elected as the Secretary of the Iowa State Association of County Auditors. Pictured are the officers elected at the meeting. They are as follows from left to right: Eric Van Lancker, Clinton County Auditor, President; Carla Becker, Delaware County Auditor, Past President; Sandy Hysell, Union County Auditor, Vice President; Dennis Parrott, Jasper County Auditor, Legislative Representative; Mindy Schaefer, Adair County Auditor, Treasurer; Deters; Peggy Rice, Humboldt County Auditor, ISAC Representative.
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The Spartans celebrate a point scored against Western Christian in the first round of the Class 2A State Volleyball Tournament.
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Peyton Ralston and Noel Saak attempt to block a Western Christian kill attempt in Grundy Center's Class 2A state match. Grundy Center libero Riley Sents pulls off a tough dig on a Western Christian hit during the first round of the Class 2A volleyball tournament last Wednesday.
Grundy Centerâ€™s Alyssa Mathews (No. 11) and Noel Saak jump for a block at the net during the Spartansâ€™ state tournmaent game against Western Christian.
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Bob Amfahr of Grundy Center waves to the Spartan crowd as he accepts the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union State Volleyball Sportsmanship Award. Patti Rust/The Grundy Register Photos
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Wolverine senior Sadie Eden prepares for a spike in the match against Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont.
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Briana Weber was named captain of the Class 2A all-tournament team after leading the tourney with 47 kills.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO: THE CITIZENS OF GRUNDY COUNTY, IOWA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that, pursuant to Section 331.361 and Section 331.305 of the 2013 Code of Iowa, as Amended, the Grundy County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing in the Board of Supervisors room at the Grundy County Courthouse, Grundy Center, Iowa, on November 15, 2013 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. for the purpose of considering approval of a Resolution authorizing the sale of the following described real estate in Grundy County, Iowa, to-wit: Parcel 301-B located in Parcel 673-A in the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (S1/4NW1/4) of Section Three (3), Township Eighty-seven (87) North, Range Seventeen (17) West of the Fifth P.M., Grundy County, Iowa, as shown by Plat of Survey recorded September 5, 2012, in Book 73-H at Page 162 of the records of the Grundy County Recorder, to Minetta Tjepkes as to an undivided one-half and Norma Hook as to an undivided one-half, 1503 Cantebury Circle, Grundy Center, Iowa 50638, for the sum of $24,010.00 in cash. Published by Resolution of the Grundy County Board of Supervisors. Rhonda R. Deters Grundy County Auditor Grundy County Courthouse Grundy Center, Iowa ORDINANCE NO. 509 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GRUNDY CENTER, IOWA, CHAPTER 141.04 , BY AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO DRIVEWAY REQUIREMENTS BE IT ENACTED by the City Council of the City of Grundy Center, Iowa: SECTION I. SECTION MODIFIED. Section 141.04 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Grundy Center, Iowa, is repealed and the following adopted in lieu thereof: 141.04 DRIVEWAY REQUIREMENTS. All driveways shall meet the following requirements: 1. Except as set forth in subsection 2, all driveways shall be of paving of a depth of not less than six (6) inches and shall be at least ten (10) feet in width. Alternatively, driveways for non-multi-family residential properties may be of a paving depth of not less than four (4) inches if the paving is reinforced with #9 welded reinforced wire. The driveway may be placed directly on compact and well-drained soil. Where soil is not well drained, a 3-inch sub-base of compact, clean, coarse gravel, sand or cinders shall be laid. The driveway shall slope not more than three (3) inches per foot toward the roadway. The maximum driveway width at the curb line shall be 25 feet for a one-car garage, 28 feet for a two-car garage, and 38 feet for a three-car garage. All other construction shall comply with the City’s Standard Specifications, which shall be considered an outline of minimal standards. SECTION 2. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE. If any section, provision or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudged invalid or unconstitutional. SECTION 3. WHEN EFFECTIVE. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the Council the 6th day of November, 2013, and approved this 6th day of November, 2013. Mayor ATTEST: City Clerk I certify that the foregoing was published as Ordinance No. 509 on the 21st day of November, 2013. City Clerk A regular session of the Grundy Center City Council was called to order at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 6, 2013, in the Council Chambers by Mayor Van Wert. Present: Hamann, Stelf, Buhrow and Miller. Absent: one seat vacant. ................................................................Mayor Van Wert requested action on meeting agenda, Buhrow moved and Miller seconded to accept the agenda as written. Motion carried four ayes. ............................................................ Hamann moved and Stefl seconded the approval of the consent agenda consisting of: approval of the minutes of the regular session held October 21, 2013; and approval of the bill paid list and bills to be paid list. Motion carried four ayes. Bills Paid in October & November 2013: City Employees, health ins reimbursements ... ...............................................................136.04 Advanced Systems, copier maintenance .72.96 AFLAC, insurance premium...................123.30 Agsource Laboratories, wastewater charges.... ............................................................1,037.55 Airgas USA, tanks..................................156.75 A-Kleen, floor mats...................................41.50 AXA/Equitable Financial, deferred comp (2)..... .................................................................70.00 Barco Municipal Products, supplies.........38.98 B&B Lock & Key, lock repairs.................198.86 Black Hills Energy, gas utilities...............289.19 Blacktop Services Company, seal coat streets.. ..........................................................66,157.02 Boundtree Medical, medication................65.10 Brubaker, Dennis, mowing services....1,000.00 Casey’s General Store, fuel.................2,293.69 Central Iowa Water Assn, water........27,807.00 Dearborn National Life, insurance premiums.... .................................................................90.50 EMS Billing Services Inc, ambulance..1,165.34 Frost, Doug, training...............................223.98 Grundy County Memorial Hospital, TIF rebate.. ............................................................5,000.00 Heartland Co-op, fuel..........................1,527.75 Hummel, Rex, dumpster refund...............12.25 Iowa Assn of Municipal Utilities, training.170.00 Iowa Child Support Recovery, child support ..... .................................................................18.64 Iowa Department of Natural Resources, annual permit.......................................................66.00 Iowa One Call, faxes................................71.10 Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, training......... ...............................................................150.00 Iowa State Bank, TIF Rebate..............8,352.56 Imagetrend, Inc, annual fee.................1,250.00 INRCOG, comprehensive plan fees....1,890.00 IUPAT, union dues..................................210.20 John Deere Financial, parts...................196.31 Karr, LLC, office supplies.......................185.38 Keystone Laboratories, Inc, testing........143.00 Kirkpatrick, Glen, dumpster refund...........12.25 Manly Drug Store, medications................20.82 MasterCard, supplies...............................67.08 Matt Parrott & Sons, office supplies.......743.89 McMartin Tire, repairs...............................93.30 Mooremedical, supplies.......................4,641.00 NAPA Auto Parts, parts.............................38.96 Office of Vehicle Services, inspection......10.00 Phelps Implement, gator........................731.30 Physician Claims Company, billing services...... ............................................................1,649.39 Precision Lawn Care, mowing................582.00 REC Grundy County, electric .................126.77 Sadler, Jason, dumpster refund.................8.85 Sawyer, Kristy, training.............................85.80 Schendel Pest Control, services..............70.00 Scotty’s Sanitation, monthly fees.......15,281.67 Alberta Sharp Estate, dumpster refund....17.45 Spahn & Rose Lumber Co, supplies........32.47 State Hygienic Laboratory, testing..........446.00 Sweeper Parts & Sales, parts................202.20 TAC10, Inc, software upgrade.............1,456.00 Tender Lawn Care, mowing services.....210.00 TrueValue, parts.......................................31.80 Utility Equipment Co, parts.......................17.75 VanHauen Auto & Truck Inc, ambulance repairs.....................................................1,227.79 Water Solutions Unlimited Inc, phosphate......... ............................................................2,090.00 Wellmark, insurance premium...........17,623.89 Windstream, phone line............................14.60 EFTPS, federal payroll taxes.............13,742.60 Dan Bangasser, cell phone......................39.95 Benefit Resources of Iowa, consulting fees...... ...............................................................416.67
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Kim Boren, contract janitorial.................400.00 Grundy Center Communications, telephone expense......................................................336.29 Grundy Center Municipal Utilities, utilities......... ............................................................6,153.11 Precision Lawn Care, mowing contracts........... ............................................................1,639.33 Tender Lawn Care, mowing contract...1,666.67 Mayor Van Wert opened the public forum at 6:32 p.m. No discussion and forum closed at 6:33 p.m. Stefl moved and Buhrow seconded adoption of Resolution 2013-33, a resolution approving Mayor Van Wert to enter into a lease agreement with Advanced Systems, Inc for an updated multi-functioning office machine for the City Hall. Motion carried four ayes. Miller moved and Hamann seconded adoption of Resolution 2013-34, a resolution approving the hiring and salary of Kendra Lufkin as Deputy City Clerk. Motion carried four ayes. Miller moved and Hamann seconded adoption of Resolution 2013-35, a resolution authorizing a forgivable economic development loan to Connie Stickley, owner of Crazy Daisies at 617 G Avenue for a new sign. Motion carried four ayes. Buhrow moved and Stefl seconded action be taken on Ordinance 509 amending Chapter 141.04 of the Driveway Ordinance to increase the driveway width from 18 feet to 25 feet for a single car garage. Motion by Miller and second by Buhrow to suspend the rules and move from the 1st to the 3rd reading of the amendment. Carried with four ayes. Buhrow moved and Hamann seconded then to adopt Ordinance 509 amending Chapter 141.04 of the Driveway Ordinance. Motions all carried with four ayes. Colleen Simmons, INRCOG representative, presented an update to City Council about the Black Hawk Creek Water Trail. She said that Grundy County is still in phase one of this process where they are listening and gathering information from land owner along the Black Hawk Creek. The finance committee informed council of work being done to complete the Annual Urban Renewal Report and the Annual Financial Report as well. .The safety committee made comment that the body cameras and updated radios have arrived and should be up and running next week. .The Public Works Director updated the Council of a letter from Central Iowa Water Association announcing a five percent (5%) increase in the water charges. At 7:15 p.m. Stefl moved and Buhrow seconded adjournment of the meeting. Motion carried four ayes. Rex Van Wert, Mayor Attest: Kristy Sawyer, Acting City Clerk BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS The Grundy County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on November 4, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. Chairperson Ross called the meeting to order with the following members present: Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, and Bakker. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Riekena to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to introduce Resolution #172013/2014, a resolution imposing weight limitations on certain bridges located in Grundy County. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays - none. Resolution adopted. The full text of Resolution #17-2013/2014 is on file in the County Auditor’s Office. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Riekena to approve Utility Permit Application No. 11-04-13a to Heart of Iowa Communications of Union, Iowa, on copper cable installation located along T-29 between Second Street and Market Street of the City of Beaman and to authorize the chairperson to sign said application. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Riekena and seconded by Smith to approve Utility Permit Application No. 11-04-13 to REC of Grundy Center, Iowa, on building overhead single phase line in Sections 4 and 5 (D Avenue) in Melrose Township and Sections 31, 32, and 33 (220th Street) in Shiloh Township and to authorize the chairperson to sign said application. Carried unanimously. Gary Mauer, County Engineer, reviewed department matters with the Board. At 9:18 a.m., motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Riekena to enter into executive session by authority of Chapter 21 of the Code of Iowa and pursuant to the County Attorney’s request for the purpose of discussing strategy in matters that are presently in litigation and its disclosure would be likely to prejudice or disadvantage the position of the county in that litigation. Roll call vote was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – none. Motion was made at 10:01 a.m. by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to adjourn the executive session and return to regular session. Roll call vote was as follows: Ayes –Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays – none. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Smith to approve the Section 125 Renewal with EBS for the 2014 Flex Plan. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Ross and seconded by Bakker to appoint Bob Hogle of Conrad as a Felix Township Trustee for an unexpired term ending December 31, 2016. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Smith to approve payment of the following bills: (Carried unanimously.) A-Kleen, supplies .................................... 81.85 ACES, supplies.................................. 11932.00 Alliant Energy, service............................ 252.19 Black Hawk Co Sheriff, service................ 47.67 Blacktop Service, road project.............. 9159.15 Calhoun-Burns, services.................... 13617.11 Cedar Falls Utilities, service..................... 46.95 Central IA Distributing, supplies............. 275.80 Central Iowa Water, service.................... 693.60 Century Link, service................................ 83.93 Cessford Construction, rock............... 12427.39 Chemsearch, supplies............................ 580.84 Conrad Auto Supply, parts........................ 15.11 Copyworks, supplies................................ 65.09 County Social, services ....................... 1068.00 Dell Marketing, supplies..................... 21550.94 Rhonda Deters, mileage............................. 4.40 Don's Truck Sales, parts......................... 766.80 Farmtek, supplies................................... 144.73 GCMU, utilities........................................ 249.95 Grundy Co Public Health, grant............ 6000.00 Hardin County Sheriff, services.............. 425.00 H S & A, co atty exp............................. 3835.00 Jesse Huisman, mileage.......................... 54.60 IGHCP, insurance................................... 576.00 Iowa Hoist & Crane, parts...................... 940.94 Iowa Law Academy, mtg exp.................. 150.00 Iowa Prison Ind, supplies....................... 229.68 Iowa State Association, mtg exp............ 150.00 Jerico Services, supplies.................... 12000.00 Donald Kampman, reimb exp.................. 30.00 Kruger Farms, tile crossing.................... 450.00 L & P J Properties, rent.......................... 300.00 Mail Services, supplies........................... 339.86 Manatts, repairs.....................................1110.64 Mid American Energy, service.................. 16.71 Mid-Iowa Cooperative, well plug............ 350.00 Monkeytown, supplies.......................... 1729.48 Nutri-Ject Systems, service...................... 80.00 Pitney Bowes, supplies ......................... 650.07 Powerplan, parts.................................... 613.90 Premier Office, supplies........................... 15.50 Racom Corp, equipment...................... 1739.00 City of Reinbeck, service.......................... 54.10 Rickert Law Office, service..................... 524.35 The Courier, publication......................... 268.29 Thunderbird Farms, tile crossing............ 450.00 Lori Tollagson, mileage............................. 87.20 US Cellular, service ............................... 141.74 Vanguard Appraisal, services .............. 7094.00 Verizon Wireless, service....................... 528.86 Visa, supplies........................................... 22.31 Vogel Traffic Services, services............ 4528.25 Windstream, service............................... 124.10 Zep Sales & Service, supplies.................. 85.04
Motion was made by Ross and seconded by Bakker to adjourn. Carried unanimously. James Ross, Chairperson Rhonda R. Deters, County Auditor
The Wellsburg City Council met in regular session November 4, 2013 with Mayor Van Hauen presiding and Council Members Nederhoff, Van Heiden, Buseman, and Eilderts present. Absent, Werkman Nederhoff moved to approve the minutes of the October regular meeting. Buseman seconded the motion. All ayes, carried. Nederhoff moved to approve the Treasurer’s Report for October. Van Heiden seconded the motion. All ayes, carried. .Nederhoff moved to approve the following bills for payment. Eilderts seconded the motion. All ayes, carried. Alliant Energy, Utilities$.......................3,400.88 Blythe Sanitation, September Garbage............. ..........................................................$3,923.26 Data Technologies Inc., Fall User Group.$95.00 EFTPS, Fed/Fica Tax....................... $2,726.88 Grundy County Sheriff, Contract.......$3,128.09 Hampton Inn, IMFOA Conference..........$99.68 Iowa Workforce Dev., Unemployment............... ..........................................................$3,408.00 IPERS, Pension................................ $1,817.98 John Deere Financial, Norby's Supplies.$61.36 Sam's Club, Shop Supplies................... $40.08 U S Cellular, Cellphone Service.......... $157.24 Nathan Vogel, Cafeteria/Health Ins....... $48.92 Nathan Vogel, Cafeteria/Health Ins..... $450.00 Wellsburg Post Office, Utility Bill Postage......... .............................................................$145.00 Windstream, Phone Service................ $333.28 Payroll Checks..................................$9,332.11 A-Kleen, Rugs, Mops.......................... $132.25 All American Turf, Weed Control Park..$407.00 B & B Auto Parts, Filters........................ $75.67 Blacktop Service Co, Asphalt & Valves............. ..........................................................$4,256.00 Blythe Sanitation, Garbage Pickup.........$40.00 Eagle Ridge, Annual Admin Vogel..........$50.00 Grundy Register, Minutes & Report......$309.66 Hometown PC, Advertising.................... $11.00 Iowa League, Budget Meeting............... $35.00 Iowa One Call, Locates......................... $23.40 John Deere Financial, Hose and Fittings.$65.64 Mc Martin Tire, Repair........................... $25.00 Mosquito Control, 2013 Spraying......$2,950.00 Office Depot, File Cabinet................... $189.91 Ryken Engineering, Sump Pump Ins..$4,467.38 Ryken Engineering, Sewer Project Fees........... ..........................................................$4,305.20 Scallon's Lawn Care, Tree Removal....$700.00 Test America, Testing........................... $684.60 APPROVED BY LIBRARY BOARD: A-Kleen, Rug......................................... $11.50 Baker and Taylor, Books.......................$168.45 Card Services, Computer, Sup, Mag, Dvd's ..... .............................................................$841.51 Conrad Public Library, Magazine............$60.00 Gale, Books........................................... $28.99 Ingram Library Services, Books...........$685.80 Proquest, Subscription Ancestory.Com............. ..........................................................$2,400.00 October receipts by fund as follows: General Fund, 58843.87; Road Use Tax Fund, 7482.84; Capital Projects Fund, 0.00; Water Fund, 14162.23; Sewer Fund, 12551.25; Garbage Fund, 3559.31; Library Fund, 23928.30; Debt Service, 22765.75; Special Fund, 17633.64 and TIF Fund, 2835.97. Nederhoff moved to approve Ordinance 112013 and ordinance increasing garbage rates to $13.50 per household per month. Buseman seconded the motion. Roll call of votes. All ayes, carried. Van Heiden moved to waive the second and third reading of Ordinance 11-2013 and pass upon first reading. Buseman seconded the motion. Roll call of votes. All ayes, carried. Buseman moved to approve building permits for David Geerdes, Ken Deberg and Tyler Duhn. All ayes, carried. Dave Henning, representing Panama Transfer, requested that the City allow the use of an outdoor boiler system in the industrial park. City will consider at the December council meeting, Eilderts moved to adjourn the meeting. Buseman seconded the motion. All ayes, carried. Wendy Lage, City Clerk
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GRUNDY COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Grundy County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on the 25th day of November, 2013, at 9:10 o’clock A. M. in the Board of Supervisors meeting room of the Grundy County Courthouse, Grundy Center, Iowa, for purposes of considering an Ordinance Amending the Grundy County Zoning Ordinance, No. 2009-5, regarding the reclassification from a R-1 Residential District to a R-3 Residential District for purposes of allowing the building of a multifamily residence on the following described real estate situated in Grundy County, Iowa, to-wit: A tract of land in the Southeast Quarter of Section 26, Township 88 North, Range 17, West of the 5th P.M., described as commencing at a point immediately South of the Southeast corner of Block 8 of the Original Plat of the Town of Holland, Iowa, and upon the center of the County Road; thence East along the center line of said County Road 66 feet to the point of beginning; thence East along the center line of said County Road 71 feet 3 inches; thence North 303 feet; thence West 71 feet 3 inches; thence South 303 feet to the point of beginning. GRUNDY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR GRUNDY COUNTY, STATE OF IOWA Docket No. (Sale No.): 13-0601(1) Court No. EQCV059054 Special Execution PLAINTIFF: MIDWEST ONE BANK VS. DEFENDANTS: JERALD DEW - IN REM; KATHIE DEW - IN REM; PARTIES IN POSSESSION - IN REM; DISCOVER BANK - IN REM; CAPITAL ONE BANK - IN REM; STATE OF IOWA- IN REM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: The south 26 feet of Lots 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Block 9 of the Original Plat of the Town of Wellsburg, Iowa Street Address: 514 N. Adams Street, Wellsburg, IA 50680 The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale is December 17, 2013 at 10 a.m., at the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 705 8th St., Grundy Center, Iowa 50638 Phone (319) 8246933 Homestead: Defendant is advised that if the described real estate includes the homestead (which must not exceed 1/2 acre if within a city or town plat, or, if rural, must not exceed 40 acres), defendant must file a homestead plat with the Sheriff within ten (10) days after service of this notice, or the Sheriff will have it platted and charge the costs to this case. This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amt - $25,336.75; Costs - $285.00; Accruing Costs - Plus; Interest - 8.7% of $25,336.75 from July 18, 2013 = $875.68. Attorney is Erika Allen (319) 824-6951. Date: October 10, 2013 Sheriff: Rick D. Penning Deputy: By Chief Deputy Tim Wolthoff
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS The Grundy County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on November 12, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. Chairperson Ross called the meeting to order with the following members present: Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, and Bakker. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Bakker to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Riekena to approve Utility Permit Application No. 11-12-13 to REC of Grundy Center, Iowa, on re-building overhead single phase line in Sections 15 through 18 and 21 and 22 all in Fairfield Township and to authorize the chairperson to sign said application. Carried unanimously. Gary Mauer, County Engineer, reviewed department matters with the Board. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Riekena to introduce Resolution #192013/2014 setting public hearing for sale of landfill property in the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays - none. Resolution adopted. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Bakker to introduce Resolution #202013/2014 authorizing sale of vacated secondary road. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays - none. Resolution adopted. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to instruct the Commissioner of Elections to prepare the official tabulation for the 2013 City Election held on November 5, 2013, to complete the Official Canvass of Votes, and to complete the Abstract of Election. Carried unanimously. Lots were drawn to determine the Wellsburg City Council election with Calvin Werkman and Dale Eilderts winning the election. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to introduce Resolution #182013/2014 approving project in the Grundy County Industrial Park Urban Renewal Area. The vote on the resolution was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, Bakker, and Ross. Nays - none. Resolution adopted. The full texts of Resolution #18-2013/2014, Resolution #19-2013/2014, and Resolution #20-2013/2014 are on file in the County Auditor’s Office. Motion was made by Schildroth and seconded by Riekena to authorize the chairperson to sign the Application for Group Insurance to Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. The vote on the motion was as follows: Ayes – Riekena, Schildroth, Smith, and Bakker. Nays – Ross. Motion carried 4-1. Motion was made by Smith and seconded by Bakker to authorize the chairperson to sign the Certification of Cost Allocation Plan from Cost Advisory Services, Inc. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Schildroth to authorize the chairperson to vote and sign the Official Ballot for the FSA Committee. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Riekena and seconded by Schildroth to accept and order filed the Clerk of Court’s October report. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to accept and order filed the County Treasurer’s October 31, 2013, Investment Report. Carried unanimously. Motion was made by Bakker and seconded by Smith to adjourn. Carried unanimously. James Ross, Chairperson Rhonda R. Deters, County Auditor
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S LEVY AND SALE Iowa District Court State of Iowa, Grundy County Court Case No. SCSC011262 Butler County General Execution PLAINTIFF: BENA KNOCK VS. DEFENDANTS: ROBIN BENHAM As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) personal property desribed below to satisfy the judgement. The property to be sold is: (1) 1992 Dutchman camper, VIN# 47CT20L23N1019906. The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale is December 17, 2013 at 10 a.m., at 32515 110th St., Cedar Falls,IA 50613. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amt - $2,216.30; Costs - $110.00; Accruing Costs - Pending; Interest - 2.10% of from November 3, 2011. Attorney is Martin Petersen. Date: October 2, 1013 Sheriff: Rick D. Penning Deputy: By Deputy Zach Tripp 46-2 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT GRUNDY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Viola H. Johnson, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR101819 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF CO-EXECUTORs, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Viola H. Johnson, Deceased, who died on or about 4th day of October 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 31st day of October, 2013, the last will and testament of Viola H. Johnson, deceased, bearing date of the 11th day of May, 2006, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that LuRae Johnson, LuDean Johnson, Karen Meister and Vernon Johnson were appointed co-executors of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 6th day of November, 2013. LuRae Johnson 18644 140th Street Wellsburg, IA 50680
LuDean Johnson 17292 110th Street Aplington, IA 50604
Karen Meister 24989 Co Hwy D41 Eldora, IA 50627 Vernon Johnson 14852 J Avenue Wellsburg, IA 50680
Co-Executors of estate Thomas A. Lawler Lawler & Swanson, P.L.C. 601 Coates Street, P.O. Box 280 Parkersburg, Iowa 50665-0280 Date of second publication 28th day of November, 2013. 47-2
Grundy County Sheriff’s Department A one vehicle accident occurred October 24 at 8:45 p.m. on Hwy 20 at the 214 mile marker. Jessie Seeman, age 21, Rippey, was westbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Seeman’s 1999 Pontiac received an estimated $1,500 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. A one vehicle accident occurred October 25 at 9:30 p.m. on Hwy 175 east of Q Avenue. Cristina Kentopp, age 33, Reinbeck, was eastbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Kentopp’s 2010 Ford received an estimated $3,500 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. A one vehicle accident occurred October 26 at 1:51 p.m. on 120th Street east of B Avenue. Shannon Hardman, age 35, Ackley, was westbound on the gravel. Driver reached for an item in the cab, got too close to the left hand shoulder, entered the ditch and vehicle rolled onto its side. Hardman’s 1997 Peterbilt received an estimated $1,500 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Thomas Schutte, age 20, Reinbeck, was arrested October 27 at 1:45 p.m. at the Sheriff’s Office and charged with Burglary 3rd. Being held in lieu of bond. While incarcerated, he was also charged with Forgery. Arrested by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. A one vehicle accident occurred October 27 at 7:35 p.m. on 120th Street east of Q Avenue. Jeremy Kurth, age 19, Ackley, was westbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Kurth’s 2007 Hyundai received an estimated $3,000 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Aron Fox, age 33, Wellsburg, was arrested October 30 at 12:32 a.m. at 165th Street and T-19 and charged with OWI 3rd and Driving While License Revoked. Being held in lieu of bond. Arrested by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. A one vehicle accident occurred October 31 at 7:05 a.m. on K Avenue south of 320th Street. Matthew Gebel, age 44, Gladbrook,was southbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Gebel’s 2009 Dodge received an estimated $1,500 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. A one vehicle accident occurred October 31 at 6:35 p.m. on 240th Street west of Grundy Center. Clark Moritz, age 65, Waterloo, was eastbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Moritz’s 2008 Cadillac received an estimated $2,000 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office. Thomas Sawyer, age 60, Grundy Center, was arrested November 2 at 7:45 p.m. in Grundy Center on a Buchanan County warrant charging him with Failure To Appear. Released to Buchanan County authorities. Arrested by Grundy Center Pd. A one vehicle accident occurred November 18 at 5:30 p.m. on Hwy 20 at the 190 mile marker. Sharon Huck, age 54, Waverly, was westbound when a deer entered the roadway and was struck. Huck’s 2009 Saturn received an estimated $4,000 damage. No summons, no injury. Investigated by Grundy County Sheriff’s Office.
NOTICE The Annual Meeting for the Grundy County Agricultural Society will be held Monday, Nov. 25, 2013 at 7 p.m. at Phelps Implement, 1502 G Ave., Grundy Center, IA 50638.
NOTICE OF ANNAUL MEETING The annual meeting of the Grundy center Cemetery Association will be held on Monday, Dec, 2, 2013, 7 p.m., at Phelps Implement in Grundy Center, Iowa. 47-2
Advertising deadline is: 10 a.m. Monday! (319) 824-6958
Final leaF Pick-UP notice
The Grundy Center Public Works Department will have Final leaF Pick-UP on November 27 and they request that you Do not rake leaves into the street after Monday, November 25. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. City of Grundy Center ~ Dan Bangasser, Public Works Director
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Help Wanted: Bookkeeper-Receptionist Position, Send Resume, Box 365 Grundy Center, 50638 Help Wanted: Arlington Place Assisted Living Community is looking for part-time Universal Workers to join our caring team providing assistance to residents in our home like, comfortable community. Every other weekend second and third shifts are available. Call Cathi at 319-824-5674 for further information or stop in at 95 D Avenue in Grundy Center to pick up an application.
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Thursday, November 21, 2013
By PATTI RUST The Grundy Register CEDAR RAPIDS – The Grundy Center volleyball season came to an end last Wednesday in the Class 2A quarterfinal round of the 2013 state volleyball tournament. The Spartan loss came at the hands of familiar state tournament foe Western Christian in three sets, 15-25, 13-25, 1525. “We know Western’s style,” Grundy Center head coach Darwin Sents said. “We knew it was going to be a tough match when we came in.” The balanced Western Christian attack pounded out 50 kills and 12 ace serves against the Spartan defense, and the Wolfpack used their height and athleticism at the net to limit Grundy Center’s offensive game. “We were hoping we could get them a little more out of their system than we did,” Sents said. “The trouble was, even if they were a little out of system they hit the ball so high a lot of them were going over our block. We’re very good defensively but when their hitters can swing pretty much anywhere without us getting a touch on the ball, that leaves our back row exposed.” “They’re a very athletic, very talented, well-coached team,” he said, “They were better than us today. We didn’t have the fire power to swing back at them.” “It was definitely a tough loss,” junior Riley Sents said. “I thought they played very well and we made a lot of errors on our side of the net.” “We came out there prepared to give it our all,” junior Stephanie Faust said. “It was a little bit of deer in the head lights the first game. But by the second and third game we were having rallies and doing better as a team. Obviously Western Christian is a good team and we knew that, but all we could do was give it our all and we did.” Despite the disappointing loss, Grundy Center’s accomplishments in the tough Class 2A field warrant no shame. The Spartans ended the 2013 season with a 29-9 overall record, a conference championship, and a state tournament berth earned on an upset of fifth-ranked South Central Calhoun in the regional final. “I absolutely loved my team this year,” Riley Sents said. “I thought we accomplished much more than anyone would have thought that we could. I think we learned to play with all of our heart every match.” “The main thing I will take from this season is hard work pays off,” Faust said. “If you set goals, you can achieve them. You just have to believe in yourself and the team.” “It wasn’t an easy road for us even to get back here,” Sents said, “but these girls just kept pushing and kept winning. The further you get the harder
Spartan sophomore Alyssa Mathews sets one up in Grundy Center's first round match against Western Christian at the state volleyball tournament on Wednesday. the loss is, but it’s better to lose in Cedar Rapids than in some little gym in northeast Iowa.” Western Christian went on to win their semi-final match over Sumner-Fredericksburg, and would give eventual state champ Dike-New Hartford a good run in the final on Friday before settling for the runner-up spot. “This class (Class 2A) carries the banner for the state,” Sents said. “I don’t know who could argue that. If you want to measure against the best this is the class to do it in.” Making a trip to the state tournament in what was expected to be a rebuilding year was huge for the future of the Grundy Center volleyball program. “It’s very important for the younger kids to gain the experience,” he said. “We hope all these kids understand what a big part of the program they are. It’s a great group of girls and that goes all the way down to the end of the bench. They all have to contribute. It’s not
just the eight or nine in the (varsity) rotation, it’s the whole team.” During his post-match comments Coach Sents encouraged the younger players to use what they learned in their final match at state to focus in on areas needing improvement during the off season. Though the Spartans graduate only one starter from this year’s team, rivals DikeNew Hartford and Western Christian return a majority of their key players as well. “Most likely we'll be in the same class next year, and it’s not going to get any easier,” he said. “It's going to be tough and we need to get better to compete with that." Along with the sting of the loss, Sents acknowledged the team is saddened to have played their last match with senior Kennedy Buss. “Volleyball means a lot to me,” Buss said. “We practice a whole lot more than any other sport and we spend tons of time together. It’s a giant family and I am going to miss playing and spending time with my girls.” “We
had a great season,” she said. “Many people thought that we were going to have a rebuilding year. I think we shocked a lot of people.” Grundy Center 0, Western Christian Grundy Center 15 13 15 Western Christian 25 25 15 Kills: Grundy Center 10 (Katie Lindeman 5, Kennedy Buss 1, Stephanie Faust 1, Alyssa Mathews 1, Peyton Ralston 1, Noel Saak 1), Western Christian 50. Assists: Grundy Center 10 (Mathews 6, Piper Johanns 1, Lindeman 1, Ralston 1, Riley Sents 1), Western Christian 45. Blocks*: Grundy Center 4 (Buss 1, Faust 1, Ralston 1, Saak 1), Western Christian 5. Digs: Grundy Center 44 (Sents 20, Mathews 7, Ralston 5, Johanns 4, Buss 2, Faust 2, Brittany VanSickle 2, Lindeman 1, Saak 1), Western Christian 55. Service aces: Grundy Center 6 (Ralston 2, Johanns 1, Lindeman 1, Mathews 1, Saak 1), Western Christian 12. Team attack: Grundy Center 10 kills, 5 errors, 67 attempts (.075), Western Christian 50 kills, 16 errors, 95 attempts (.358). Team serving: Grundy Center 40 good, 45 attempts (.889), Western Christian 64 good, 73 attempts (.877). Length of match: 57 minutes. * - Blocks include solos and assists.
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Schools from Grundy County dominated the Class A, District 4 football race this year. Not surprisingly, those same schools dominated the district’s postseason awards. Gladbrook-Reinbeck, Grundy Center and BCLUW combined for a 15-3 record in district play, with their only losses to each other, and combined for 19 first-team all-district picks, including the District’s offensive and defensive players of the year. G-R senior tailback Chase Clark was recognized as the District Offensive Player of the Year after leading both the district and Class A in rushing with 2,122 yards. He also scored 25 touchdowns. Junior Zach Pierce was named District Defensive Player of the Year after recording 65 total tackles, including seven quarChase Clark terback sacks and 17 tackles for a loss. Grundy Center saw 10 players recognized, including five on the first team and the all-district punter. First-team Spartan selections included receiver/ defensive back Lane Bangasser, offensive and defensive lineman Brady Hook, running back/defensive back Bryce Moats, quarterback Brock Rohler and offensive lineman/linebacker Sam Thompson. Bangasser led the Spartans with 23 catches had five interceptions on the defensive side of the ball. Hook recorded 57 tackles, including three sacks and 18 tackles for a loss, while Moats was the team’s second-leading rusher with 707 yards and its third-leading receiver with 12 catches for 221 yards. Rohler completed 50 percent of his passes for 1,298 yards and 15 touchdowns while being intercepted just five times and Thompson led the Spartans with 90 tackles, including four sacks and five for a loss. Second-team all-district Spartans included Bryce Flater, Ethan Hogle, Nick Saak and Jordan Stoner. Gladbrook-Reinbeck first-team picks included Colton Dinsdale, Dustin Dinsdale, Bryce Ehlers, Camden Kickbush, Pete Meyers and Bradon Trepp. C. Dinsdale was the team’s leading receiver with 20 catches for 341 yards and four touchdowns while D. Dinsdale was the team’s second-leading rusher with 483 yards and four scores and the team’s second-leading tackler. Ehlers was the team’s leading tackler with 113 stops, including four sacks and 12 tackles for a loss while Kickbush threw for 845 yards and nine touchdowns. Meyers was a standout offensive and defensive lineman who also scored three touchdowns from the fullback position while Trepp played a key role on the offensive line. Second-team Rebels included Josh Cooley, Tyler Eiffler, Luke Holman, Wyatt Swanson and Phillip Zimmerman. Class A, District 4 All-District Football Final Standings Gladbrook-Reinbeck Grundy Center BCLUW Belle Plaine GMG North Tama Iowa Valley
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Offensive Player of the year – Chase Clark, Gladbrook-Reinbeck Defensive Player of the year – Zach Pierce, Gladbrook-Reinbeck All-District Kicker – Austin Vaughn, GMG All-District Punter – Jordan Clapp, Grundy Center First-Team All-District Colton Dinsdale 5-10 175 Soph. Dustin Dinsdale 5-11 150 Sr. Bryce Ehlers 6-1 165 Jr. Camden Kickbush 5-10 170 Jr. Pete Meyers 5-11 185 Sr. Bradon Trepp 6-0 215 Jr. Lane Bangasser 5-10 149 Sr. Brady Hook 6-3 235 Sr. Bryce Moats 5-9 158 Sr. Brock Rohler 5-11 184 Jr. Sam Thompson 5-10 183 Jr. Blake Cooper 5-11 195 Jr. Nolan Emley 6-3 255 Sr. Tyler Lutes 5-10 175 Sr. Taylor Sams 5-9 150 Sr. Conner Ubben 6-2 160 Sr. Grant Bevins 6-2 195 Sr. Vance Bohlen 5-8 145 Jr. Adam Daily 5-10 175 Sr. Nick Pippert 5-6 220 Sr. Alec Bovenmeyer Jr. Brock Fisher Sr. Bryce Newcomb Jr. Austin Vaughn Sr. Brandon Kaufman 6-0 175 Sr. Omar Martinez 5-10 150 Sr. Austin Carney Jr.
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Second-Team All-District Josh Cooley 6-0 175 Soph. Tyler Eiffler 6-0 200 Soph. Luke Holman 6-1 220 Jr. Wyatt Swanson 6-1 170 Sr. Philip Zimmerman 6-2 165 Jr. Bryce Flater 5-11 180 Fr. Ethan Hogle 6-1 179 Sr. Nick Saak 6-3 235 Jr. Jordan Stoner 6-4 180 Jr. Luke Ashe 5-7 150 Jr. Clark Macy 5-9 150 Sr. Charlie Neff 6-0 210 Jr. Matt Meck 6-3 175 Sr. Jacob Reineke 5-10 250 Sr. Jordan Reineke 5-11 200 Fr. Bridger Claassen Jr. Gage Fraser Sr. Luke Petty Sr. Bryce Hillman 6-1 220 Sr. Brody Hulme 6-0 180 Jr. Lucas Krakow Jr. Caden Wilson Sr.
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Thursday, November 21, 2013
Members of Dike-New Hartford’s Class 2A state championship volleyball team include, front row (left to right): Josie Hill, Mallory Laube, Katelyn VanWechel, Lexi Schmitz, Sam Meyer, Sadie Eden, Kristi Koch, Ashley Dumler, Elizabeth Cuvelier and Madison Lavenz. Back row (l-r): Head Coach Diane Harms, Brooke Myers, Abby Klug, Lizzy Blough, Kelsey Latwesen, Katie Nielsen, Maddie Demro, Rachel Koop, Brooke Morgan, Briana Weber, Taylor Hedges, Coach Lawrence Harms and Coach Madonna Merchant. (John Jensen/The Grundy Register photos)
Wolverines rally past Western Christian for third straight 2A crown
By JOHN JENSEN The Grundy Register CEDAR RAPIDS — For about one and one-half sets, Dike-New Hartford’s Class 2A state volleyball final against Western Christian looked much like the first two sets of the Wolverines’ match against the Wolfpack a year ago. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the final outcome looked the same as last year’s match as well. Friday the top-ranked Wolverines wrapped up their third straight 2A state championship with a four-set victory over second-ranked Western. The title is the 10th in Dike and DikeNew Hartford history. “I’m kind of in shock right now,” Wolverine senior Kristi Koch said after the match. “It hasn’t really hit me yet, but it’s really exciting.” Wolverine coach Diane Harms talked about how each of the team’s titles has been different. “Every time we play in the championship match you hope that you play well, that you step up, and they did that, they found a way to be successful,” she said. On the other side of the coin was Western Christian coach Tammy Verbeek, whose team has been the titlematch victim of each of the Wolverines’ recent championships. “You’ve got to give 100 percent credit to Dike — they’re very mentally tough and they don’t get shook easy,” Verbeek said. “It’s just a fantastic volleyball club, well coached by Diane Harms, and they just ... they always found a way to claw back.” Much like a year ago, when Western Christian dominated the first two sets before D-NH rallied, the Wolfpack dominated the early part of Friday’s final. Unlike last year’s match, however, the Wolverines turned tables quickly enough to finish in four sets.
Wolverine senior Ashley Dumler shares tears of joy with teammate Kristi Koch after the Wolverines clinched the 10th state volleyball championship in school history. Also pictured is Katie Nielsen. “We weren’t passing very well to start the match, so we just talked about attacking the serve and being more aggressive in getting our feet in better position to pass and our blocking getting up earlier — those were the two things we had to adjust from the first set,” Harms said. After dropping the first set 25-20, the Wolverines fell behind in set two, 5-1, prompting Harms to call a quick timeout before things got out of hand. “I thought we needed to attack the ball and be more aggressive in all aspects of the game — after the timeout they did a much better job of that,” Harms said. “When you’re aggressive, good things happen.” The timeout stemmed the bleeding, though it took D-NH much of the set to erase their four-point deficit. An Ashley Dumler/Brooke Morgan block combination tied the set 16-16
and a Western Christian attack error gave the Wolverines their first lead since early in the first set. “We knew we had to come out and we had to charge them, and we did, we started getting some touches on the blocks and we adjusted very well,” Dumler said. As D-NH began blocking Western Christian’s hitters, the Wolfpack’s potent attack began to falter. After hitting .267 in the first set, Western Christian never hit higher than .150 in the final three sets. “Our servers did a better job as the match went on of finding some seams and gaps so that they weren’t able to use all three of their hitters — that they were more limited to one or two hitters,” Harms said. A Dumler/Sadie Eden block put D-NH up 18-16 before Western came back to tie the score. The match was
tied 20-20 when setter Rachel Koop gave the Wolverines the lead with a shoot set. Taylor Hedges served a five-point rally that put the Wolverines ahead 24-20 and Koop wrapped up the victory with her third kill of the set. The Wolverines jumped out fast in the third set, only to see Western Christian rally to take a 17-11 lead. Brooke Morgan stemmed the momentum with a kill and three straight Lizzy Blough kills put the Wolverines back in front, 21-20. Western regained the lead 22-21, only to see Koch drop in a service ace to put the Wolverines ahead for good. A Morgan spike finished the set and the Wolverines let all the way in set four to clinch the title. Dumler and Eden provided the final point on a block. “(Getting the last point) was really, really awesome,” Dumler said. “ I knew right when it was up there it was not coming over.” Harms said a couple of keys to her team’s success later in the match were its blocking and its serving. “Our servers did a better job as the match went on of finding some seams and gaps so that they weren’t able to use all three of their hitters,” she said. “They were more limited to one or two hitters.” Verbeek, who has coached eight state championship teams at Western, said this Wolfpack team is better than some of her teams that won titles. “Not to take anything away from those state champions, they were great teams, but it’s the class we fall in,” she said. “Dike-New Hartford is a giant and very, very fundamentally sound. We took them to 20 points every game, a nationally ranked team, and I don’t think there’s a lot of teams in the state that could do that. I told the girls to be proud of that; it’s just hard because they want the state championship and we’ve been denied
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it three times in a row because of the challenge of Dike-New Hartford.” Morgan paced the Wolverines with 16 kills and four blocks in the match while Briana Weber had 15 kills. Rachel Koop had 42 assists and 18 digs while Lizzy Blough had three service aces. THE WOLVERINES ADVANCED TO the title match with quick victories in both the quarterfinals and semifinals. They needed just 52 minutes to down Iowa City Regina in the quarterfinals, 25-13, 25-7, 25-14, and took only 50 minutes to sweep Eddyville-BlakesburgFremont in the semis, 25-14, 25-19, 25-12. “Every year that you can make the finals is such an accomplishment for the girls,” Harms said after the match against E-B-F. “It’s just very rewarding for all the hard work that they’ve put in to make it back and play in the championship match.” The Wolverines trailed briefly in the first set against Regina before taking the lead on a Dumler kill. A Weber ace lit the fuse on a rally that would eventually take the Wolverines to a double-digit lead. D-NH scored 22 of the final 27 points in set two and led by as many as 15 points in the third set. “I think it took a little bit for us to settle in and get going, but then we found our rhythm and stuff and our serve receive picked up and therefore the level of play picked up,” Harms said. The match against EddyvilleBlakesburg-Fremont was similar, with the Wolverines needing a few points to get settled in and then dominating the final two sets. Weber paced the Wolverines with 15 kills against Regina and 17 kills against E-B-F. Koop had 55 assists between the two matches and Morgan had six blocks against Eddyville. The championship match marked the end of the volleyball careers of six Wolverine seniors. Libero Sam Meyer has been a starter since her freshman season while Sadie Eden saw significant playing time since her sophomore season. Dumler has started the past two years, Koch entered the lineup on a regular basis this year and both Lexi Schmitz and Katelyn VanWechel played reserve roles this year.
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Dike-New Hartford 25 25 25 Regina 13 7 14 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 40 (Briana Weber 15, Lizzy Blough 7), Regina 18. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 36 (Rachel Koop 29), Regina 18. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 46 (Sam Meyer 12, Weber 10), Regina 27. Blocks*: Dike-New Hartford 14 (Ashley Dumler 4, Blough 3), Regina 2. Service aces: Dike-New Hartford 8 (Koop 3, Weber 3), Regina 2. Team attack: Dike-New Hartford 40 kills, 8 errors, 77 attempts (.416), Regina 18 kills, 20 errors, 86 attempts (-.023). Team serving: Dike-New Hartford 68 good, 73 attempts (.932), Regina 32 good, 36 attempts (.889). Length of match: 52 minutes. * - Blocks include solos and assists.
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Dike-New Hartford 25 25 25 E-B-F 14 19 12 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 38 (Briana Weber 17, Brooke Morgan 6, Lizzy Blough 6), E-B-F 24. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 35 (Rachel Koop 26), E-B-F 22. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 46 (Blough 10, Sam Meyer 9, Taylor Hedges 9), E-B-F 36. Blocks*: Dike-New Hartford 14 (Morgan 6, Weber 3, Koop 3), E-B-F 7. Service aces: Dike-New Hartford 7 (Kristi Koch 3, Meyer 2), E-B-F 1. Team attack: Dike-New Hartford 38 kills, 17 errors, 88 attempts (.239), E-B-F 24 kills, 19 errors, 92 attempts (.054). Team serving: Dike-New Hartford 71 good, 73 attempts (.973), E-B-F 38 good, 47 attempts (.809). Length of match: 50 minutes. * - Blocks include solos and assists.
Dike-New Hartford 3, Western Christian 1
Dike-New Hartford 20 25 25 25 Western Christian 25 22 22 20 Kills: Dike-New Hartford 54 (Brooke Morgan 16, Briana Weber 15), Western Christian 56. Assists: Dike-New Hartford 47 (Rachel Koop 42), Western Christian 49. Digs: Dike-New Hartford 77 (Koop 18, Three tied 16), Western Christian 78. Blocks: Dike-New Hartford 14 (Morgan 4, Ashley Dumler 4), Western Christian 12. Service aces: DikeNew Hartford 5 (Lizzy Blough 3, Kristi Koch 1, Taylor Hedges 1), Western Christian 4. Team attack: Dike-New Hartford 54 kills, 20 errors, 161 attempts (.211), Western Christian 56 kills, 28 errors, 187 attempts (.150). Team serving: Dike-New Hartford 90 good, 94 attempts (.957), Western Christian 88 good, 90 attempts (.978). Length of match: 1 hour, 37 minutes. * - Blocks include solos and assists.
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Capri Sun Coolers 10ct Select Varieties
27.833.9oz Select Varieties excludes Decaf
Heinz Jar Gravy
Campbell’s Cream Mushroom or Chicken Soup
16-32oz Select Varieties
Swanson Broth 14.5oz
10.75oz Select Varieties
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12 PACK CANS & 12oz 8 PACKS + DEP
14oz Plain & Seasoned Varieties
Our Family 2 liter Pop Lays Potato Chips 9.5oz Select Varieties Frito’s 10.25oz or Cheetos 8.75-9.5oz
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Moon Valley Sparkling Grape Juice
French’s FF Onions
6oz Select Varieties
Vanity Fair Napkins
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9.5-16oz Select Varieties
Ocean Spray Jellied or Whole Cranberries
12pk & 12oz 8pk 7up & Dr. Pepper & Diet, Sunkist, Sun Drop, A&W, RC & Squirt ⁄∑≤Ω∏
Town House Crackers
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Cool Whip 7up, & Dr Pepper & Diet, Ã€Œ”ÕÊ
Our Family Canned Vegetables 14.5-15.25oz
$ 49 3 2 BEvERAGE
4.5qt Select Varieties
Blue Bunny Pails
Greenline Green Beans
White & Wheat 12ct
Betty Crocker Pan O Gold Brown Potatoes N Serve Dinner Select Varieties Rolls
Cranberry Relish & Fluff
Fancy Navel Oranges or Texas Grapefruit
$ 19 69¢ 2 GROCERY
8x8 Select Varieties
Sweet Potato Yams
Farmland Sliced Bacon
Chiquita Gold Pineapples
DELI & BAKERY $ 99
$ 09 Fair Trade Blueberries
CARNAtION CANNED MILK 12oz Select VarietieS ..................................................5/$5 BEttY CROCKER CAKE MIxEs Select VarietieS ...................................................... $119 CARNAtION swEEtEN CONDENsED MILK 14oz ................................$249 KEEBLER GRAhAM CRACKER pIE CRust 6oz Select VarietieS ............ $149 BEttY CROCKER FROstING 16zo Select VarietieS .................................................. $149 JELLO puDDING OR GELAtIN Select VarietieS ...................................................... 4/$3 OuR FAMILY pOwDERED OR BROwN suGAR 2lb ...................... 98¢ GOLD MEDAL FLOuR 5lb Select VarietieS ...........................................................................$179 hERshEY’s ChIps 11-12oz ....................................................................................................... $219 LIBBY puMpKIN 15oz ................................................................................................................ $159 OuR FAMILY MARshMALLOw 10-10.5oz Select VarietieS ................................ 99¢ stOvE tOp stuFFING 6oz Select VarietieS ..................................................................... 4/$5
Hormel Smoked Pork Chops
Manns Coulets or Broccoli Wokly
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