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Ogden Reporter

DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING A VIBRANT COMMUNITY VOLUME 138

OGDEN, IOWA 50212 - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2013

Name turkey winners

Peoples Trust & Savings Bank’s new loan office in Ogden.

Peoples Trust & Savings Bank joins Ogden business community (Clive, Iowa) - Peoples Trust & Savings Bank is proud to be opening a new Loan Only Office [LOO] in Ogden, Iowa. The new office, located at 338 W. Walnut Street, plans to officially open the bank on Wednesday November 27. “We’re pleased to be joining a growing community like Ogden, and look forward to expanding our presence there, starting with individual relationships,” stated Michael R. Segner, President and CEO of the bank. “We are fortunate to have experienced Home Lenders and Ag Lenders with Ag backgrounds and a passion for the industry.” With Branch Manager, Melany Jennings, Ag Lender, Derek Kennedy, and Ag & commercial lender Larry Pote, the Ogden office will have a highly experienced team to assist the community with mortgage, Ag, Commercial and personal loans. Melany Jennings added, “As a lifetime resident of Ogden, I am excited to be back amongst my neighbors, friends, and community members and look forward to sharing with the community and Boone County what Peoples has to offer. We are thrilled to give this community an alternative financial institution to choose from.” Peoples Trust & Savings Bank was first established in Grand Junction, Iowa in 1917. The bank has grown to 8 full service branches, located in the communities of Grand Junction, Rippey, Guthrie Center, Jefferson, Scranton, Adel, Waukee and Clive. The Ogden branch will begin operation as a Loan Only Office and,with the support of the community, has high hope’s to become a full service branch in the near future. For additional information please visit our website at www.ptsbank. com or call our office at 515-275-2758.

OHS students taking part in All-State Music Festival

This year’s turkey winners are: Debbie Shaw, Patio Pros, Inc.; Juanita Gilley, Walnut Street Health & Wellness; Sandra Penberthy, Ogden Family Dental; Sally Akin, Ogden Telephone Company. Larry Leichliter, One to One Physical Therapy;Billie Page, Leonard Good Community Library; Cory Elsberry, Ogden Farm & Feed Center; Walter Stroeh, Boehm Insurance Agency, Inc. Sandy Moore, Clark’s Food Mart; Dan Friedrichs, Everlastings Flowers & Gifts; Anna Henson, Ogden Family Chiropractic; Red Boggess, Swanson Drug; Nelly Teter, The Lucky Pig Pub & Grill. Mary Langel, Lincoln HomesOgden Car Wash South-The Storage Barn; Doug Weir, Investment Centers of America; Katie Crees, Rodgers Plumbing & Heating; Sheri Miller, McGraw Senior Center. Linda Ellis, VisionBank; Howard Roberts, Johnson & Sons Insurance, Inc.; Marlys Curry, Ogden Reporter; Bev Lindgren, www.ogdenreporter. com.

Music of the season All three Ogden Community Schools have concerts scheduled for this year’s holiday season. Be sure to mark your calendar. Tuesday, Dec. 10: Howe Elementary School (grades K-4) Concert at Ogden Middle School at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15: OHS Winter Band Concert at 2 p.m. in the high school auditorium Monday, Dec. 16: OHS Holiday Vocal Concert, “Sounds of the Season,” will be at 7 p.m. at Community United Methodist Church. Tuesday, Dec. 17: Fifth and sixth grade band and vocal concert, 6:30 p.m.; Seventh and eighth grade at 7:30 p.m., Ogden Middle School.

Beaver Church lunch and craft sale is Dec. 7 The Beaver Church Annual Lunch and Craft Sale is Saturday, Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Beaver Community Center. Catch the early bird specials from 9 to 11 a.m. and enjoy coffee, tea, hot chocolate and sweet treats. Lunch that includes soup, sandwiches, relish and dessert (free will offering) will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Do your part with snow removal

This group of Ogden High School musicians had a busy three days as participants in the All-State Musical Festival Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 21-23 at Ames. Included in the All-State Choir were front row, left to right, Jackie Lawler and Colton Thrane. Back row, Zane Satre, Henry Haglund and Cayce Good. Lexi Hamilton, front row, right, played clarinet in the All-State Band.

The winter sports season has begun. A full schedule appears on page seven. The basketball and wrestling teams will be featured in a special tab next week.

Per City Code, it is the responsibility of the abutting property owners to remove snow, ice and accumulations promptly from sidewalks. If the property owner does not remove the accumulations within a reasonable time, the City may do so and assess the costs against the property owner. You may not throw or blow the snow onto the city streets after they have been cleaned. You are to pile it on your own property. Please do not push snow off onto your neighbor’s property. Also, please have your cars off the city streets after a snow so streets may be cleaned. This does not pertain to the business district during normal business hours. REMINDER: There is no parking on main street between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m.

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Hometown Christmas The holidays are fast approaching and the Ogden Legacy Promotions and Marketing Committee is making plans for our town’s festivities.

The Community tree lighting will take place east of The Lucky Pig Pub & Grill starting around 5:15 to 5:30 p.m. with caroling led by Ogden High School chorus members.

Breakfast with Santa

Soup supper

A breakfast with Santa will be Saturday, Dec. 7 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Leonard Good Community Center. Donuts, milk and juice will be provided. Children are invited to sit with Santa for a photo opportunity, then make a craft frame for their picture. Mrs. Claus will be on hand to read some Christmas stories, too. Entry fee is $1.

Following the tree lighting, everyone is invited to the Well on West Walnut Street for a community soup supper. The Promotions and Marketing Committee will provide soup, rolls, veggies, beverage and a dessert.

Cookie decorating Be sure to stop by the Leonard Good Library from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday where the library gals will be decorating cookies and assisting with a craft. This is a free event.

Christmas lighting contest Ogden is once again having a Christmas lighting contest with voting taking place from Dec. 1 through Dec. 18. Ballot boxes are located at Clark’s Food Mart and VisionBank. Prizes of Ogden Bucks will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners.

SUNDAY ACTIVITIES Open houses Continuing on in the weekend are several Sunday, Dec. 8 activities. Businesses are invited to be open from 3 to 5 p.m. that afternoon for a holiday open house. The Promotions and Marketing Committee is sponsoring a drawing of Ogden Bucks that will be given to someone who visits each of the open businesses that day. Horse-drawn wagon rides Clark’s Food Mart is sponsoring horsedrawn wagon rides from 4 to 7 p.m. Community tree lighting

Haglund and West, 1st Team All-State The Des Moines Register’s 2013 All-State Football Team includes two Ogden Bulldogs. Junior Luke West was named to the first team offense for Class 1A while teammate Henry Haglund, a senior, was listed on first team defense as a

linebacker. They, along with several other Bulldogs, received All-District recognition (see story on page seven.) This marks the 100th year of all-state teams. Iowa’s first all-state team was started in 1914.

Ogden Legacy annual meeting The annual meeting of Ogden Legacy is planned for Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Leonard Good Community Center. A meal will be served, compliments of Ogden Legacy. You are invited to come and see the progress they have made and help set goals for 2014. (See ad inside.) RSVP to 275-2917 or donovanolson@netins.net

Nearing their goal for clinic As shown on the thermometer to the left, the Ogden Clinic Project is now just $80,000 from its goal. “We are close,” says Ogden Legacy Chairman Craig Christensen. “But we would like to have a few more donations to reach our fundraising goal by the end of the year. This is a perfect opportunity for community members to take part in a great project and receive a tax benefit.” “We have made substantial progress,” says Sara Behn with the Boone County Hospital Foundation. “Every gift and any amount makes an impact and is appreciated.” (For those wishing to make a donation, a copy of the donor card appears on page two. Actual cards are available at Ogden City Hall). Groundbreaking for the medical clinic took place in May of this year. Cy Hornberg who is serving as liaison with the general contractor says their goal is to have the doctors move in the first of January with doors opening sometime in February. According to Hornberg and Christensen things are falling into place nicely. The dirt, rock and glass work is all done and most of the exterior is complete with the crew now steadily working on the inside. LEFT: Donor wall that will be installed in the clinic’s reception area. Names will be added later.

Do Some Shopping, Find Your Holiday Glow, and Play “Light Up the Holidays”!

We’ve left a candle glowing for you! Now thru Dec. 15, gather your friends and search out that special glowing candle in each participating business. Each business has a holiday related word on their candle located throughout their business. You will have to find the candle in the store and write the word down on the game piece (provided at each store). Write down their word and have a store employee mark your card by their business name. Once you have them all, drop your completed game piece at one of those participating businesses. Cards must be received by 5 p.m. on Dec. 15 to qualify. The winner will be chosen by random drawing. No purchase necessary.


PAGE TWO - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, November 27, 2013

In Depth

COLUMNISTS, COMMUNITY LIFE, EDITORIALS, LETTERS, POINTS OF VIEW

Upcoming Kids Club activities Ogden Kids Club will be decorating Christmas trees at McGraw Senior Citizen Center Tuesday, Dec. 3 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Kids Club Movie Night is Thursday, Dec. 12. They will be open until 7 p.m. at Howe Elementary. These extended hours are for parents to do any “errands” while their children are eating popcorn and watching a movie. Just a reminder: Kids Club will be open during Christmas break from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. the following days. Thursday, Dec. 26; Friday, Dec. 27; Monday, Dec. 30; Tuesday, Dec. 31 (closing at 4 p.m.), Thursday, Jan. 2 and Friday, Jan. 3. Parents need to sign up their children for these dates as soon as possible. Call 515-298-0587 or sign up online at yss.ames.ia.us.

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Ruth’s Reflections Dear Citizen of Ogden, In order to grow Ogden in the coming years, your help and support is needed. The Legacy Group has developed a plan that is twofold. The first goal is to build a new clinic building to continue a legacy of quality care started with Dr. Vermillion. The success of the clinic is dependent on the support of the community and the Leonard Good Trust. The second goal is to create a an economic development fund to continue to improve business development, building renovations and community betterment projects, particularly on Main Street to attract new business and support the existing businesses for years to come. The success of the economic development fund is also dependent on the support of the community and the USDA Loan.

This investment in our future will...

• Best serve the medical needs of our community. • Retain a viable economic presence in Ogden that serves our residents and surrounding areas. • Ensure the continuation of quality medical care in our area for generations to come. • Ogden Legacy and Boone County Hospital (BCH) have signed a letter of intent. A contract will soon be in place to retain BCH as the service provider and, eventually, the clinic building owner.

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• Benefactor $25,000+ • Leader $5,000-9,999 Your support is needed now Progress more than ever. continues on new medical clinic. • Founder $10,000-24,999 • Partner $1,000-4,999 Your gift will transform the future of Ogden and leave a lasting legacy for all Ogden citiThank you for the investment you have made toward a new clinic and brighter future for our community. Your gift is eligible for a zens to benefit.

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A huge winter storm this past weekend left much of New Mexico blanketed with snow. After hearing the predictions of a warmer than normal, dry winter, it was enough to make a person wonder who comes up with these weather reports. It rained hard for several hours Thursday night, then the rain turned to snow as the temps dropped. Saturday night the storm really hit, dumping several more inches of snow. After three years of severe drought, the moisture is great. I should be thrilled. I am. Really. Not. Not that I don’t appreciate the snow. It’s just that the timing is not good. It seems too early for all this cold and snow. But November typically is the start of winter weather and gray, cloudy days. Last week, watching some of the special memorial tributes to President Kennedy, I was reminded of that sad time many Novembers ago. I remember how gray and gloomy it was. Dr. Wayne W. Dwyer wrote the following: “As I look back on the assassination of President Kennedy, now 50 years later, I can see that he was destined to give up his life in order to have his own dharma fulfilled. I believe that there are no accidents in this spiritually ordained universe. The death of President Kennedy that day opened the door to long-overdue civil rights, voter rights, health care for the elderly, improved schools, and an awareness that equal rights were not just words to be spoken, but actions to be taken by all of us. This was the only way that the consciousness of our country could shift. “President Kennedy’s vision for a country populated by citizens who want to give and to serve more than take and receive, is a vision that I share as well. That he had to die in order to move the entire country in a new more compassionate direction is a part of the perfection of our universe. It can be argued interminably, but nevertheless it is so. He did die, and we all became better people as a result. And I too began my journey toward being a better person, and a career centered on service and compassion and love for everyone. My life might have had a different emphasis and direction had the events in Dallas that day not occurred.” As I read these words, it made me realize why Kennedy’s death had such an impact on me, even as a young child. The changes that occurred on many levels were huge. I hadn’t thought about it with the awareness Dr. Dwyer expressed, but I feel that he summed it up very well. And now, 50 years later, I would like to think that Kennedy’s vision remains strong. I believe that our country is populated by citizens who want to give and to serve more than to just take and receive. I feel fortunate to have met many wonderful people through my work here, with the horse rescue and the programs for equine-assisted therapy. But looking back, I realize that in the past 50 years I have met many, many compassionate, caring people in all walks of life. This is the week for remembering, reflecting and counting our blessings as family and friends come together for the holidays. Let us be thankful. When I get Dustee out for my traditional Thanksgiving Day ride this Thursday I’m going to be thankful for the snow, even if it did come a bit too early. It may be a very short ride! Until next time, Ruth B.

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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, November 27, 2013 - PAGE THREE

BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, CHURCHES

CHURCHES OF WEST BOONE CO.

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tom Prochnow, Pastor Tuesday, November 26: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 27: Prayer Shawl meets at 1 p.m. Thursday, November 28: Happy Thanksgiving. Saturday, November 30: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Sunday, December 1: Worship is at 9 a.m. Monday, December 2: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary Hoyt, Pastor Wednesday, November 27: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Thursday, November 28: Church Office is closed. Sunday, December 1: Prayer Gathering is at 8:15 a.m. Sunday School is at 8:45 a.m. Worship is at 10 a.m. Monday, December 2: T.T.T. making cheese balls from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, December 4: Grace Circle is at 1:30 p.m. Hope Circle is at 2 p.m. Children’s Choir practice is at 3:45 p.m. BEWAPS ringing bell for Salvation Army from 4 to 6 p.m. Bells practice at 5:30 p.m. Junior High Youth Group meets at 5:30 p.m. Chancel Choir is at 6:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Bulldog Builders meet at 8:30 p.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Wade Brandt, Pastor Tuesday, November 26: Thrivent is at 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 27: Thanksgiving Eve worship is at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 28: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Saturday, November 30: Worship and Holy Communion are at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, December 1: Worship and Holy Communion are at 9 a.m. Family Bible class starts at 10:20 a.m. Children’s program rehearsal is at 10:30 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. BOXHOLM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rod Meyer, Pastor Wednesday, November 27: Thanksgiving Eve Service at 7 p.m. at Faith Lutheran in Harcourt. Sunday, Dec. 1: Fellowship time at 9:30 a.m. Worship is at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4: Sarah Group meets at 2 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 502 W WALNUT

Sunday: Bible class is at 9:30 a.m. (Classes for all ages.) Worship service is at 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible Study is at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. James Bruch, Pastor Wednesday, November 27: Mass is at 6 p.m. No religious education. Thursday, November 28: Happy Thanksgiving! Parish Office is closed. Friday, November 29: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Parish Office is closed. Saturday, November 30: Mass is at 6 p.m. Sunday, December 1: Mass is at 8 a.m. BOXHOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship is at 9:45 a.m. Ad board meets the fourth Wednesday of June, August, October and December of this year at 7:30 p.m. Joy Circle meets the first Thursday at 1:30 p.m. PILOT MOUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship service is at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school is from 10 to 11 a.m. AA meets at 7 p.m. Monday. Quilters meet Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m. WATER’S EDGE CHURCH “For the Thirsty Soul” 341 W WALNUT

Rick Summerhays, Pastor Bible Study is from 9 to 10 a.m. Gathering is from 10 to 10:15 a.m.: Pre-service snacks

OBITUARIES David “Buzz” Curry David “Buzz” Curry, 77, of Ogden, IA, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, at the Israel Family Hospice House in Ames, IA, surrounded by his family. Funeral services were held Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, at the Community United Methodist Church in Ogden. Chaplain Katherine Werner officiated the service. Burial was at the Pilot Mound Cemetery. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: www.carsonstappfuneralhome.com. David O. Curry was born Sept. 29, 1936, in Ogden, IA, the son of Orville and Edith (Zunkel) Curry. He graduated with the Pilot Mound High School class of 1955. Following his education, Buzz served his country in the United States Navy from 1955 until his honorable discharge in 1959. On Aug. 12, 1972, David was united in marriage to Marlys Butler at Park Avenue Presbyterian Church in DAVID “BUZZ” CURRY Des Moines. Buzz and Marlys lived 1936 - 2013 and farmed south of Pilot Mound for many years until retiring in 2004, and moving into Ogden. Buzz was known for his great sense of humor. He belonged to the Groom - Kimsey American Legion Post #16. Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Marlys Curry of Ogden; three children, Maria (Roger) McFarland of Story City, IA, Joe (Rose) Soda of Waukee, IA, and Jennifer (Scott) Curry-Gaskill of West Des Moines, IA; eight grandchildren; one sister, Julee (Cy) Hornberg of Ogden; and two nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.

L. Anita Schrum L. Anita Schrum, 97, of Jefferson, Iowa, and formerly of Grand Junction, Iowa passed away Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 at Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson. Funeral services were held, Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 at Carson – Stapp Funeral Home in Ogden with Pastor Wade Brandt officiating. Burial was at Glenwood Cemetery in Ogden. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: www.carsonstappfuneralhome.com L. Anita Warner was born Oct. 9, 1916 in Ogden, Iowa, the son of Roland and Bertha (Junck) Warner. She completed grades 1-8 in a one room schoolhouse in Yell Township and later attended Ogden High School. On Oct. 14, 1932 Anita was united in marriage to Peter Schrum. The couple farmed in the Beaver and Dana area for 48 years. When Peter and Anita retired in 1982, they moved from the farm east of Dana to Grand Junction. After Peter passed ANITA SCHRUM away in 2001, Anita moved to Ogden 1916 - 2013 until 2009, then moved to The Gardens in Jefferson. Anita was a member of Zion Lutheran Church where she was confirmed in 1931, and a former member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Dana. Anita was known for her flower and vegetable gardens which provided both lovely decorations and many delicious meals. She enjoyed cooking and baking; her angel food cakes were always the celebratory center of her grandchildren’s birthdays. Among the survivors are five sons and one daughter, John (Marilyn) Schrum of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Hazel (Schrum) Johnson of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Frank (Susan) Versal of San Jose, California, Jerry (Gayle) Schrum of Camarillo, California, Robert (Heyde) Schrum of Fayetteville, Arkansas and Stephen (Carol) Schrum of Grand Junction, Iowa; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and a step-sister, Sandra Warner. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Peter Schrum on July 17, 2001; infant daughter, Mary Anita; grandson, David Johnson and her brother, Earl Warner. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.

The church of Christ Who are these people? Matthew 26 talks about the Lord’s supper. Why do we partake on Sunday? We read in Matt 26:25-29 “And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body. And he took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, Drink ye all of it; for this is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins. But I say unto you, I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s kingdom.” The kingdom was established on the day of Pentecost (Mk 9:1; Acts 1:8; Acts 2:1, 4) which was always observed on a Sunday according to Lev 23:15, 16. It was on this day that Jesus was raised from the dead (Matt 28:1; Mk 16:2, 9; Lk 24:1; Jn 20:1), and it was on this day of Pentecost that many became Christians. Acts 2:42 says, “And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers.” Paul writes concerning the Lord’s supper, “For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord’s death till he come” (1 Cor. 11:26). Notice specifically the phrase, “As often as.” This indicates that it was not just once in a blue moon that they partook of the Lord’s Supper, but on a regular basis on the first day of the week. In Acts 20:7, we read, “And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight.” Paul expected the church to meet and he knew the day of their meeting. We can conclude from this that it was customary for the church to meet to worship once a week, and that this day was when they took of the Lord’s supper. So, “as often as” means “upon the first day of the week, every week.” How do we know that we need to partake of it upon every first day of the week? If I were to say to you that I go to volunteer at the community center on the third day of the week, you would understand me to mean, every Tuesday. The same was also true regarding the Sabbath day under the Old Law. God said, “Honor the Sabbath.” If the Israelites were to honor the Sabbath once a month, would that have been what God commanded? No. They were to honor every Sabbath and that was understood. See our broadcast on local channel 6 Sundays at 6 pm & Tuesdays, at 7 pm! “In Search of the Lord’s Way”, Sunday at 7:30 am on KCWI, cable Ch. 9! We would like to invite you to worship with us at 502 W. Walnut! Sunday Bible study at 9:30 a.m., Worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study at 7:00 p.m.

Ogden UMW met Nov. 20 Ogden United Methodist Women met Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 in Fellowship Hall with 18 members present. Glory Circle was hostess serving a brunch. Cathy Aldrich opened the meeting with a reading and a prayer from Upper Room. The minutes from the October meeting were read and approved. A card report was given by Janice Anderson. Cares and concerns were expressed. Glory Circle reported they had given eleven prayer shawls. Marge gave the treasurer’s report. Marge gave a report on where our money goes with the Thank Offering. Spiritual Growth Coordinator, Mary Ann Christensen, read from the Upper Room, “Grumpy Gratitude”. Vera Lyons read several selections from the Prayer Calendar. Jan Jome reported on turning in the Ingathering Kits. Many members attended the Boone UMW luncheon. Janice Anderson made a motion to change Sweet Sunday to Dec. 15th from December, seconded by Eunice Sterner. Carried. Monica Circle members served a meal at the Open Bible Church in Boone. Glory Circle is buying a large pot for the kitchen. Janice Anderson has gotten five new books. She encouraged members to read. Our next meeting will be Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. with the church staff as our guest. The meeting ended with reciting the United Methodist Women’s Purpose.

Ogden Manor news Wednesday, November 27: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden 4th Graders is at 10:05 a.m. Immanuel Lutheran Church social time is at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, November 28: Happy Thanksgiving! Friday, November 29: Devotions are at 9 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 9:30 a.m. Prep time is at 10:45 a.m. Community event popcorn and movie at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, November 30: Exercise is at 9:30 a.m. Movie matinee with James is at 2 p.m. Classic Gospel is at 5:30 p.m. on Channel 11. Sunday, December 1: Catholic time is at 9 a.m. Exercise time is at 9:30 a.m.

BIRTH Kara and Ryan Weldin, of West Des Moines, are the proud parents of a daughter born Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 at Methodist West Hospital in Des Moines. She weighed 7 lbs., 2 oz. and has been named Hannah Evelyn. Hannah is welcomed home by her big brother, Blake 3½. Grandparents are Mark and Cindy Weldin, Williams, IA and Rich and Verlaine Faber, Ogden. Great grandmothers are Marian Weldin of Williams, Joan Adams of Webster City, Mary Faber of Algona, and Elaine Boehm of Buffalo Center.

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PAGE FOUR - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Our Town

THE WEEKLY SOCIAL SCENE AND A LOOK BACK ON OUR HISTORY

30 Years Ago From the Nov. 30, 1983 Issue For those who prefer their entertainment before an evening meal, Iowa State University has scheduled a pre-dinner concert. The Wind Ensemble II will perform Thursday, Dec. 1, at 5 p.m. in the Music Building recital hall. Erick Johnson, 1983 OHS grad, is a member of the group. Ogden’s Steve Stribling was among other top high school students from around the state to receive scholarships at the 21dt Annual Mathematics and Science Symposium held Nov. 3-4 at the University of Northern Iowa. Steve is the son of John and Betty Stribling. The first session of crafts for kids will be held Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Leonard A. Good Community Library beginning at 9:30 a.m. for interested youth. At least 10 inches of snow fell during two winter storms, and a slow dripping rain with temperatures hovering at freezing Saturday and Sunday made conditions here and throughout most of Iowa treacherous. The holiday season will once again be ushered in with music when Iowa State University’s Christmas Festival of Music is presented. Performances are scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. in C.Y. Stephens Auditorium.

60 Years Ago From the Dec. 3, 1953 Issue Mrs. A.E. Muench arrived home Friday night, Nov. 27 from a seven week trip through the west. Lewiston Bros. won a coveted first place in the Medium weight class Herefords at the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago this week. It’s now Cpl. Raynold Johnson. Raynold, who is with the 56th Gun Battalion at Pheobus, VA., just recently received his new rating. An 8.5 lb. girl was born Tuesday, Nov. 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunter of Grand Junction. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller of Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waddell, Donald and Donna entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday in honor of their son, Robert who left for service Dec. 1. Ogden Chapter OES is having a party Friday evening, Dec. 4 in honor of Dixie Currier, who has been appointed Grand Adah for this year. The children of Mr. and Mrs. C. Oscar Anderson surprised them with a party Saturday evening, Nov. 21 in honor of their forty-sixth wedding anniversary. The Little Brown Church at Nashua was the setting on Thursday, Nov. 12 for the wedding of Miss Norma Elaine Schutt and Bernard Lack Leefleur. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Erickson entertained at the Thanksgiving dinner Thursday evening in honor of their son LaVerne, who left for army service the first of December. Keith Alban, who is stationed at the Jacksonville, FL. Navy Air Base is spending a 12 day leave in the home of his mother, Mrs. Grace Alban.

Ogden 4th Graders host a “Nacho Party” Mustangs make it to the first round of championship series with special guests in attendance by JANNETTE THRANE

HOWE ELEMETARY LIBRARIAN

On Monday, Nov. 19, 22 fourth graders in Kim Swanson’s class were excited to have some additional party-goers attend their recent, “Nacho Party.” The extra guests just so happened to be OHS Head Football Coach, Garrison Carter, three of his senior football players, and the Ogden Bulldog mascot. Senior Varsity football players Caleb Frye, Henry Haglund, and Grant Heineman showed up in style wearing their Ogden blue jerseys and clutching their recently acquired 1A quarterfinal trophy while Colton Thrane proudly donned the mascot attire. The fourth graders earned this prestigious “Nacho Party,” by being the class that fund-raised the most money during the week of the Scholastic Book Fair (October 28-31). The competition was organized by Howe Elementary librarian, Jannette Thrane, and supported by the Ogden PTO. Swanson’s students raised $116.69 for their classroom teacher to spend at the Scholastic Book Fair. Every last penny was used to purchase books for her classroom library. Students in all PreK-4 classes participated in the fund-raising efforts and a total of $678.50 was raised. Teachers in every class at Howe Elementary now have new books on their classroom library shelves due to the enthusiastic efforts by the Howe Elementary students. During the “Nacho Party,” students chatted with Coach Carter, the football players, and tried to get the mascot to reveal his identity. Coach Carter commended Swanson’s students for their fund-raising efforts and reinforced the importance of students taking their learning seriously. He explained that he was not only proud of the football players for their hard work on the football field, but for their hard work and talent in band, chorus, art, drama, and additional Ogden sports. The “Nacho Party” ended with each football player reading a football related picture book to a group of students. There is no better way to reinforce the importance of reading to these students then by having these “rock star” players model it themselves! A big thank you goes out to Coach Carter and the senior boys who made this party “nach-o” ordinary kind of party!

COMING EVENTS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27McGraw Senior Center will be closing at 12 noon. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28McGraw Senior Center closed. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29McGraw Senior Center closed. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3Board meeting is at 11 a.m. Catered dinner is at 12 noon with Angela Christner as guest speaker at McGraw Senior Center. 1ST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTHBoone County Caregiver Support Group meets the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Chapel at Westhaven Community, 112 W. 4th St., Boone. For every other meeting, we will try to have a presenter. The evenings there is no presenter, those attending will share their thoughts and experiences if they wish and give each other ideas of actions to take or resources to utilize. RSVP will provide an evening meal at 6 p.m at no cost and will provide people to care for your loved one in another area in Westhaven Community during the meeting if you have no one to care for him/ her at home. If you have questions please call Connie Hadden at 515432-1393 EVERY THURSDAYTOPS Club (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every week on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 119 SW 2nd St., Ogden. Visitors are always welcome (preteens, teens, and adults - male and female). First meeting is free. TOPS Club, Inc. is an affordable, nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization with thousands of associate chapters in the United States and Canada. Members learn about nutrition, portion control, food planning, exercise, motivation, and more at weekly meetings. For details, call Linda Trudo at 515-275-4620, visit www.tops.org or call TOPS Headquarters at 800932-8677

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Coach Carter commended Swanson’s students for their fundraising efforts. Photos provided

The Morningside Mustangs won their third consecutive Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) championship with a 51-13 victory over Doane College (Create, NE) Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013. The Morningside College football team has an 8-1 conference record, 9-1 for the season. The Mustangs drop from their No.1 ranking held all season to Nov. 5 NAIA following their only loss last week to Northwestern College (Orange City, IA). Morningside makes their 10th consecutive appearance in the NAIA Championship Series. Morningside advanced to last year’s Russell Athletic-NAIA Football National Championship Game, where it lost 30-27 in overtime against Marian University on Dec. 13 in Rome, Ga. The Mustangs have an all-time record of 10-9 in NAIA Championship Series competition. Morningside will host Rocky Mountain College (Billings, Mt.) in the first round of the 2013 NAIA Football BYRON J. KLAUENBERG Championship Series on Saturday, Nov. 23, at Elwood Olsen Stadium in Sioux City, IA. Game time will be at noon. Byron J. Klauenberg, 2012 OHS graduate, is the starting left offensive tackle for the Mustangs. He is studying education and has made the Dean’s List. Byron is the son of Toby and Jennifer Klauenberg of Ogden, IA.

Congratulations Camille!

Mom and big brothers wanted to say:

Way to go kiddo! Henry Haglund reads a football related picture book to a group of students.

SHERIFF’S REPORT Monday, November 11 7:14 p.m.: A person called to report that one of their pit bulls attacked her 17 year old niece and that she was seriously injured and needed an ambulance. Deputy Fangman along with the Ogden First Responders and BCH ambulance responded to the 1300 block of Moingona Road. The animal was taken to the Boone County Humane Shelter for quarantine, and the patient was taken to BCH and her condition is unknown at this time. Wednesday, November 13 9:06 a.m.: Detective Godzicki began an investigation into fraudulent use of a credit card and theft from a private residence. 10:16 a.m.: Detective Godzicki took a complaint of stolen traps from the area of 900 Juneberry Rd. 10:51 a.m.: A county Sheriff’s department in Missouri called and asked for assistance on a large copper theft from their county in Missouri. Det. Godzicki went to the residence located in the 2100 block of Orange Ln. and located the copper in question. The joint investigation is continuing.

Thursday, November 14 9:53 a.m.: Carroll PD called and advised they had Dennis Craig on a warrant from Boone County for failure to appear. He was picked up in Carroll and transported to the BCJ. 6:10 p.m.: A person called 911 reporting an accident with possible injuries in the 2300 block of 230th St. Deputy Zeutenhorst responded to the accident. A vehicle driven by James Dellwo of Ames was on the side of the road, and another vehicle driven by Dale Ullestad-Heneke was eastbound on 230th St. Dellwo was lost and checking directions and made a U-turn in front of the Ullestad-Heneke. They collided on the road, upon arrival it was discovered there were no injuries. Dellwo was charged in the accident. Saturday, November 16 1:03 a.m.: Deputy Twigg made a traffic stop in the 2200 block of Highway 30. Upon further investigation a passenger in the vehicle Aaramis Gore was wanted out of Dallas County on warrants from their county. Gore was taken into custody and transported to Dallas County.

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10 Years Ago From the Nov. 26, 2003 issue Wanda Nelson, a second grade teacher at Howe Elementary, will never forget her “Tiger” Cruise on the USS Nimitz. Her son, Roy Nelson, who is an electronic technician on the carrier USS Nimitz, telephoned telling her the US Navy may open up the ship for a “Tiger” Cruise from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to San Diego, CA. The trip will take five days. Cub Scout Pack 155 of Ogden invites youth and families to brighten this holiday season for children in our area by donating new or used toys/presents. Ogden’s Lindsay Clark completed her college soccer career by being named first team all-conference as a mid-fielder in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for the second consecutive year. Her stats this season included 8 goals, 8 assists and 24 points. She is the daughter of Cheryl Clark and Bill Clark. Kara Dobelis, 2003 OHS graduate, has been selected for the roster of the women’s varsity basketball team at Wartburg College, Waverly. She is the daughter of Ed and Pat Dobelis, Ogden. The Most Reverend Bishop of the Diocese of Sioux City, Daniel DiNardo and Reverend Brian J. Danner, confirmed eight St. John’s students and fourteen St. Malachy’s students Sunday, Nov. 23, 2003, at St. Malachy’s Catholic Church in Madrid.

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4-Hers honored for achievements Over one hundred 4-H members and adult volunteers were honored for their achievements at the Boone County 4-H Awards Day held Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 at the Community Building on the Boone County Fairgrounds. Awards were presented to recognize youth for growth and achievement in project areas, for outstanding overall 4-H participation, and for communication, citizenship and leadership activities. Members of the Boone County 4-H Youth Committee reviewed record books and selected 4-H members to receive awards and conducted the awards presentation. Outstanding Graduates Four Outstanding Graduate 4-H members were introduced by donors of the awards, Bill Zinnel, representing Boone Bank and Trust, Amy Landas, representing US Bank of Boone, and Kevin Griggs, representing the Ag Committee of the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce. The four graduated 4-H members honored for their achievements were: Carissa Brown of Boone, Cassidy Warson of Madrid, Wyatt Westberg of Ogden and Quinten Westrum of Stratford. Outstanding Freshmen Eight Outstanding Freshmen 4-H Members were honored by the family of Arnold and Marie Harris. Recipients included: Madeleine Bretey, Braeden Weyhrich and Kayla Williams of Boone, Claire Aitchison and Aaron Swanson of Madrid, Aaliyah Scott and Bryce Scott of Pilot Mound and Katie Noland of Woodward. Outstanding Sixers The Lions Club of Boone, represented by Steve Sandegren and Boone Rotary Club, represented by Dan Tungesvik, recognized eight Outstanding Sixer 4-H members. They included: Jacob Craven, Reilly Hayworth, Megan Osborn and Kenna Redies of Boone, Emma Aitchison of Madrid, McKayla Dozier of Ogden, Paige Garcia of Paton and Josie Noland of Woodward. Scholarships The Chet Randolph Memorial Scholarship was presented to a college student with a strong interest in agriculture. Chet Randolph was a longtime farm broadcaster, host for Market to Market, and advocate for agriculture and youth. The scholarship is sponsored by Chet Hollingshead of Ogden and this year was awarded to Ben Ostendorf who is majoring in Ag-Livestock Production and Crop Production at Southwestern Community College. A scholarship was awarded to Quinten Westrum in memory of Joyce Safly and Julienne Blomgren, former Boone County 4-H alumni, leaders, and dedicated volunteers. Quinten is currently studying Agricultural Engineering at Iowa Central Community College. In 2007, the family of Alice M. Flynn established a scholarship in her honor to be given to a current year high school graduate studying agriculture at a 2 or 4 year school. Quinten Westrum of Stratford, who

is presently a student at Iowa Central Community College majoring in Agricultural Engineering, received the scholarship. The family of Helen Jean Bice also awards a memorial scholarship in her honor to a current year high school graduate and 4-H member who is studying family and consumer science, early childhood education or elementary education in college. This year the scholarship was awarded to Carissa Brown who is studying Pre-Diet and Exercise at Iowa State University. Two scholarships were presented to former Boone County 4-H members who are now juniors or seniors in college. Donors were the Ed and Fran Thompson Memorial and Boone County Farm Bureau. Scholarship recipients and the college they are attending were: Kaitlyn Romitti, majoring in Dietetics/Family and Consumer Sciences Education at Iowa State University and Aja Porter, majoring in Communications at Simpson College.

Project Awards

Leader of Tomorrow Awards Three Leader of Tomorrow awards were given in memory of Charles and Coletta Nalean of Ogden to Zach Martin of Boone, Mary Heiller of Madrid and Emma Whalen of Pilot Mound. George Leonard Memorial Award The George Leonard Memorial award honors two 4-H members who have been active club members and role models for younger members. The 2013 recipients were Jessie Soderstrum of Boone and Delaney Aitchison of Madrid. 4-H Spirit Award The 4-H Spirit Award recognized nine 4-H members who have made 4-H more fun or educational through their attitude, leadership, and hard work. Sponsors of the Spirit Awards are Leigh and Julie Foster of Boone. 2013 recipients included junior members: Jaydon Williams of Boone, Chaz Warson of Madrid and Xander Soder of Ogden; intermediate members:

JuLIE AnD CARRIE EnSLEy CLuB CITIZEnSHIP AwARD: Bluff Creek wranglers 4-H Club: Front row: Ebony Scott, Aaliyah Scott, Bryce Scott, Emma whalen and Lillie Longhorn. Back Wesley Wilmes of Boone, Madelyn Ostendorf of Madrid, and Lillie Longhorn of Pilot Mound and senior members: Briley Ahrens and Talynn Griggs of Boone and Andrew Larson of Madrid. Julie and Carrie Ensley Club Citizenship Award For the 18th year, the Julie and Carrie Ensley Club Citizenship award recognized one 4-H club for outstanding citizenship activities. This year, the Bluff Creek Wranglers 4-H Club was given this award due to their efforts in helping people both locally and abroad. Club members packaged 2,000 meals that will go all over the world through a program called Meals from the Heartland, donated supplies and created pillowcase dresses that were sent to Africa, held a fund-

OuTSTAnDInG 4-H GRADuATES AwARDS: Front row: Carissa Brown and Quinten westrum.Back row: Bill Zinnel, Cassidy warson, wyatt westberg, Kevin Griggs and Amy Landas.

row: Lorna Lingren-Scott (leader), viatris Scott, Angelica Moody, vanessa Scott, Claire whalen, Lance Longhorn, Katie Ross and Cheryl Tevis-Lingren (leader).

raiser and purchased mosquito nets for countries plagued with malaria, made health kits for Honduras Orphans, donated items to the local food pantry, held a pancake brunch that raised money for the Leukemia Foundation, and much more. While coordinating their many citizenship projects this year they learned not only about problems that affect people close to home but also those on the other side of the world. They would like to help everyone in their communities see that they have the power to make a difference in the lives of others. Merit and Achievement Awards Three bank donors recognized 4-H members who earned the Merit and Achievement awards for active 4-H participation, growth, and an obvious desire for sharing the 4-H passion with others. These three banks were Vision Bank, Peoples Trust & Savings Bank, and Security Savings Bank of Boxholm. Receiving the merit award were Zach Chopard, Jackson Smith and Kelsey Williams of Boone and Grant Heineman, Zane Satre, Brooke Schmidt, Kylie Westberg and Colton Zalesak of Ogden. Youth receiving the Achievement award were Mattea Doran of Beaver, Amanda Brown, Sophia Manson, Kenton Reece, Landra Reece and Breanna Sterenberg of Boone, Dil-

lon Schmidt of Ogden and Vanessa Scott of Pilot Mound. I CARE and Recruitment Awards Several of the newer awards presented were the I CARE and Recruitment Award. I CARE award recipients show that they love the 4-H program through their efforts behind the scenes and their willingness to help out where ever needed. The Recruitment award goes to the youth that has recruited the most members that were not immediate family and was sponsored by Bill Martin and Kris Johansen. The recipients of the I CARE Awards were Morgan Smith of Boone, Margo Christensen of Ogden and Lance Longhorn of Pilot Mound. The 4-H’er that recruited the most members was Chaz Warson of Madrid.

Project award discs, nameplates, and plaques were presented to 87 4-H members. The members may apply for a bronze, silver, or gold disc in up to three projects in which they meet the criteria. This year a total of 198 project award discs were presented in 25 different project areas. These awards were made possible by the support of community groups including the Lions Club of Ogden and Madrid, Boone Daybreaker’s Kiwanis, Boone Noon Kiwanis, and Boone County Farm Bureau. Thirty three 4-H members who earned the gold level award in their projects also received a gift related to their project from area businesses and families. Donors included the Boone County 4-H Youth Committee, Boone Hardware, Brackets Custom Window Coverings, the Brown Family of Boone, Frames & Things by Deb Weber of Boone, the Hedlund Family of Boone, High Bridge Horse Farm, Randy and Joyce Patterson of Boone, Polich Farm Show Pigs of Madrid, the Poultry 4-H Club, Pro Build, Reiman Music, and Dirk & Lori Westrum of Stratford. Pen of 3 Beef Project Vision Bank recognized two 4-H members who kept accurate records on their Pen of 3 beef projects. These recipients included: 1st Mattea Doran and 2nd Dalaney Bice. The awards were presented by Jim Magee. Community Service Project Recognition The Boone County Fair Board held a competition this year among 4-H clubs and FFA Chapters. The goal was to have clubs participate in community service projects on the fairgrounds. The Town and Country Pioneers 4-H Club was honored with a plaque by the fair board for their efforts in this initiative. 4-H Awards Day activities also included presentation of adult awards and installation of the 20132014 Boone County 4-H Council. For more information on 4-H, contact the Boone County Extension Office at (515) 432-3882.

RIGHT: BOOnE COunTy FAIR COMMunITy SERvICE CHALLEnGE: Town & Country Pioneers: Front row: Brennan Lynch, Brooke Schmidt and Autumn Sharp. Back row: Alan Schoff (Fair Board vice President), Colton Zalesak, Jentry Schoff, Dillon Schmidt and Talynn Griggs.

LEFT: I CARE AwARD: Left to right: Lance Longhorn, Margo Christensen, Morgan Smith.

4-H Awards Day photos provided by ISU Extension. Watch next week for more photos.

RIGHT: PEn OF THREE AwARDS: Left to Right: Mattea Doran and Jim Magee. not pictured: Dalaney Bice.

MERIT AnD ACHIEvEMEnT AwARDS: Front row: Brooke Schmidt, Kelsey williams, Sophia Manson and vanessa Scott. Second row: Zach Chopard, Kylie westberg, Jackson Smith,

Landra Reece, Breanna Sterenberg, Colton Zalesak. Back row: Dillon Schmidt, Kenton Reece, Grant Heineman, Zane Satre, Mattea Doran and Amanda Brown.

OuTSTAnDInG 4-H FRESHMEn AnD SIxER AwARDS: Front row: Paige Garcia, Kenna Redies, Emma Aitchison and Reilly Hayworth. Second row: McKayla Dozier, Katie noland, Aaron Swanson, Josie noland and Claire Aitchi-

son. Back row: Megan Osborn, Bryce Scott, Braeden weyhrich, Kayla williams, Madeleine Bretey and Aaliyah Scott. Outstanding Sixer not pictured: Jacob Craven.


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Public Notices

THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF OUR GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND LETTING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, PROPOSED FORM OF CONTRACT, AND ESTIMATE OF COST FOR OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES POWER PLANT EQUIPMENT UPGRADES, OGDEN, IOWA, AND THE TAKING OF BIDS FOR FURNISHING SUCH WORK. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Ogden Municipal Utilities, Ogden, Iowa, at the Utility Office at 201 Northwest 3rd Street, Ogden, IA 50212 until 1:00 p.m., on December 13, 2013, for the Power Plant Equipment Upgrades project as hereinafter described in general, and as described in detail in the plans and specifications for the improvements now on file in the office of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees, Ogden Municipal Utilities. Proposals will be acted upon by the Utilities Board at a subsequent meeting to be held on December 18, 2013 at 7:00 a.m. at the Utilities Office. The Board of Trustees of Ogden Municipal Utilities, Ogden, Iowa, will hold a public hearing on the proposed plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for the construction of the improvements hereinafter described in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 384, Code of Iowa, at 7:00 a.m. on the 18th day of December, 2013, in the Utilities Office, Ogden, Iowa. At the hearing, any interested person may appear and file objections thereto or to the cost of the improvements. The proposed construction is described in general as follows: Furnished and installing power plant emission upgrades for Engine Nos. 4, 5 and 6. This consists of concrete foundation and steel structures, silencer and catalyst, and the necessary controls and wiring. The work shall be in accordance with the specifications and proposed form of contract now on file in the offices of Ogden Municipal Utilities, Ogden, Iowa, by this reference made a part hereof, as though fully set out and incorporated herein. Contractors desiring a copy of the project documents for individual use may obtain them from www.questcdn. com. You may download the digital plan documents for $15 by inputting Quest project #3003139 on the website’s Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN. com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn. com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. An optional paper set of the proposal forms and specifications for individual use may be obtained from the office of the Engineer, DGR Engineering, 1302 South Union,

P.O. Box 511, Rock Rapids, Iowa 51246, telephone 712-472-2531, Fax 712-4722710, email: dgr@dgr.com, no deposit required. The proposal shall be made out on the blank form furnished by the Utility and must contain either (1) a cashier’s check or draft or check certified and drawn on a solvent State or National bank, in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the amount of the Bid; or (2) a bid bond executed by a corporation authorized to contract as a surety in the State of Iowa, in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the amount of the Bid. The bid security shall be made payable to Ogden Municipal Utilities, Ogden, Iowa. The bid security must not contain any conditions either in the body or as an endorsement thereon. Such bid security shall be forfeited to Ogden Municipal Utilities as liquidated damages in the event the successful bidder fails or refuses to enter into a contract within ten (10) days after the award of contract and post a satisfactory Performance Bond. Payment to the Contractor for said construction work will be made from cash on hand or such other funds that legally may be used or obtained for such purposes. Estimates will be paid monthly by the board to the Contractor in accordance with the following schedule. Ninety-five percent (95%) upon certification of units completed; five percent (5%) thirty-one days after final completion and acceptance. The construction shall be started after the execution of the Construction Agreement (the Contract) and all Parts shall be fully completed by April 25, 2014. See the “Sequence of Construction” section of the General Items portion of the Technical Specifications for special instructions relating to staging of construction for this project. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions grown, and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and preference shall be given to Iowa domestic labor in the construction of said improvements. Ogden Municipal Utilities reserves the right to defer acceptance of any proposal for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days after the date proposals are received and no proposal may be withdrawn during this period. The City also reserves the right to waive irregularities, reject any or all bids, and enter into such contract as it shall be deemed to be in the best interest of Ogden Municipal Utilities. Dated this 20th day of November, 2013. OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES by /s/ Daniel L. Wilson, Superintendent

BOONE COUNTY SUPERVISORS November 13, 2013 Foster called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. with Foster and Duffy present. Duffy moved Foster seconded motion to approve the minutes of November 6, 2013 meeting. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster. Motion carried. Duffy moved Foster seconded motion to approve the agenda as posted. NO: None; YES: Duffy, Foster. Motion carried. Hollingshead joined the meeting at 8:33 a.m. Chairman Foster announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing and meeting on the matter of the proposal to approve and authorize execution of a Development Agreement by and between Boone County and AgReliant Genetics, LLC and an Economic Development Financial Assistance Contract with the Iowa Economic Development Authority and AgReliant Genetics, LLC, and that notice of the proposed action by the Board to enter into said Agreement had been published pursuant to the provisions of Section 331.301(5) of the Code of Iowa. Foster then asked the Auditor whether any written objections had been filed by any County resident or property owner to the proposed action. The Auditor advised the Chairperson and the Board that no written objections had been filed. The Chairperson then called for oral objections and none were made. Duffy moved Foster seconded motion to close public hearing. NO: None. YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead, motion carried, whereupon, the Chairperson declared the time for receiving oral and written objections to be closed. The Board then considered the proposed action and the extent of objections thereto. There were no objections. Whereupon, Board Member Duffy introduced and delivered to the Auditor the Resolution hereinafter set out entitled “RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN BOONE COUNTY AND AGRELIANT GENETICS, LLC AND AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE CONTRACT WITH THE IOWA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY AND AGRELIANT GENETICS, LLC”, and moved that the Resolution be adopted. Board Member Foster seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: NO: None. YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead; whereupon, the Foster declared the measure duly adopted as follows. RESOLUTION 2013-19 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN BOONE COUNTY AND AGRELIANT GENETICS, LLC AND AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE CONTRACT WITH THE IOWA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY AND AGRELIANT GENETICS, LLC WHEREAS, the County has received a proposal from Agreliant Genetics, LLC (the “Developer”), in the form of a proposed Development Agreement (the “Agreement”) by and between the County and the Developer, pursuant to which, among other things, the Developer would agree to construct certain Minimum Improvements (as defined in the Agreement) on

certain real property legally described in the Agreement and consisting of the construction of a seed corn production, conditioning, and distribution facility at a construction cost of approximately $20,834,877 (total investment of approximately $36,221,729), as outlined in the proposed Development Agreement; and WHEREAS, the Agreement further proposes that the County will abate a percentage of the property taxes due to the value added by the Minimum Improvements (building only) for approximately seven (7) years according to the proposed Development Agreement, up to a maximum amount of $1,781,579, under the terms and following satisfaction of the conditions set forth in the Agreement; and WHEREAS, one of the obligations of Developer relates to employment retention and/or creation; and WHEREAS, the County, Developer and the Iowa Economic Development Authority propose to enter into an Economic Development Financial Assistance Contract (“State Agreement”) wherein the State will provide certain incentives under the High Quality Jobs Program and the County shall provide the schedule for tax abatements described above, pursuant to Iowa Code 15.332; and WHEREAS, Iowa Code Chapters 15 and 15A authorize counties to make loans and grants for economic development in furtherance of the objectives of an urban renewal project and to appropriate such funds and make such expenditures as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of said Chapters, and to levy taxes and assessments for such purposes; and WHEREAS, the Board has determined that the Agreement and the State Agreement are in the best interests of the County and the residents thereof and that the performance by the County of its obligations thereunder is a public undertaking and purpose and, further, that the Agreement and the State Agreement and the County’s performance thereunder is in furtherance of appropriate economic development activities and objectives of the County within the meaning of Chapters 15 and 15A of the Iowa Code taking into account any or all of the factors set forth in Chapter 15A, to wit: a. Businesses that add diversity to or generate new opportunities for the Iowa economy should be favored over those that do not. b. Development policies in the dispensing of the funds should attract, retain, or expand businesses that produce exports or import substitutes or which generate tourism-related activities. c. Development policies in the dispensing or use of the funds should be targeted toward businesses that generate public gains and benefits, which gains and benefits are warranted in comparison to the amount of the funds dispensed. d. Development policies in dispensing the funds should not be used to attract a business presently located within the state to relocate to another portion of the state unless the business is considering in good faith to relocate outside the state or unless the relocation is related to an expansion which will generate significant new job creation. Jobs created as a result of other jobs in similar Iowa businesses being displaced shall not be considered direct jobs for the purpose of dispensing

OGDEN CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS REGULAR MEETING November 12th, 2013 The Ogden City Council met in Regular Session on Tuesday November 12, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. Mayor Keith Berg presided. Council members present were Dave Ohlson, Sean Thompson, Brian Reimers, Lori Anderson and Margaret Liston. Others present were Lee Johnson, Donovan Olson, Jennifer Stumbo, Chad Thede, Dan Buzzell, Richard Schmidt, Kit Huntley, David Huntley, Denny Good and Mick Bailey. Councilwoman Liston moved, Councilman Reimers seconded, to approve the Regular Meeting minutes of October 9, 2013. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Thompson, Reimers, Liston and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Councilwoman Anderson moved, Councilman Thompson seconded, to approve the October Treasurer’s report. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Thompson, Reimers, Liston and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Under Department reports, Street Superintendent Dan Buzzell reported that most equipment and materials are ready for the winter season. Police Chief Mick Bailey reported typical activities in the Police Department. Sewer Superintendent Chad Thede is reviewing plans for the City’s wastewater treatment facilities, the storm sewer project at Mulberry and Oak Streets and the sanitary sewer lining projects. Thede and City Administrator Olson will meet with FOX Engineering on November 18th. City Clerk Jennifer Stumbo worked with the City Administrator on the Annual Financial Report, amongst her routine duties. City Administrator Donovan Olson reported that there are eight youth basketball teams with 67 players. Games begin November 16th. Kelli Larson will unlock and lock the buildings for the next five Saturdays. Wellness Center construction is nearing completion with Majors Concrete pouring sidewalk this week. City Administrator Olson is working on the paperwork for the USDA grant for the Center. Ogden Legacy is moving ahead with the creation of a committee to increase housing in Ogden, and the Legacy Annual Meeting will be held on December 4th at 6:00 p.m. at the Leonard Good Community Center. City Administrator Olson presented a request from a resident to fix a pothole adjacent to mailboxes on West Division Street. The Council agreed to continue the policy of graveling 2 feet off of the pavement. The Council instructed the Street Department to do what it could dress up the area at minimal cost. City Administrator Olson presented a bill from a resident for a sewer intake cover that he installed at the corner of 4th and Elm Street. The resident contacted the Sewer Department for permission to install the cover, but the purchase was not approved by the Department. The council decided against paying for the cover. Councilman Thompson moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to approve beer and liquor licenses for the Lucky Pig Pub and Grill in Ogden. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Thompson, Reimers, Liston and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Dave Huntley requested that the alley at 114 E Veteran Drive be vacated. The home of Dee and Don Huntley was built on the adjacent property, and a garage was built in 2008 over the property line into the alley. The Council instructed staff to look into options and present them at the December City Council Meeting. The county-wide trails committee has requested a letter from the City of Ogden endorsing a county wide trail plan. All Council Members were in agreement. Mayor Berg will work with staff to draft a letter and submit it to the committee. City Administrator Donovan Olson presented the 2012/2013 Annual Financial Report. Councilman Ohlson moved, Councilwoman Liston seconded, to approve Resolution No. 387 - “A Resolution to approve the 2012/2013 Annual Financial Report”. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Thompson, Reimers, Liston and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. There was no old business. Under new business, Councilman Reimers requested that the December City Council Meeting be held on Wednesday December 11th, 2013. All agreed. Councilwoman Anderson moved, Councilman Reimers seconded, to approve the following claims for November 12, 2013. CLAIMS LIST Claims presented at regular meeting of November 12, 2013 ACCESS SYSTEMS LEASING, copier charges............................................... $ 132.25 ACCU JET, wastewater ....................................................................................... 380.00 AFLAC, insurance................................................................................................ 131.20 AG SOURCE LABORATORIES, wastewater ....................................................... 595.90 ARAMARK, towels................................................................................................. 38.29 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY, parts........................................................................ 102.23 AUTO ELECTRIC & TUNEUP, vehicle maintenance ............................................ 176.50 BAKER & TAYLOR, books ................................................................................... 681.73 BLACK HILLS ENERGY, gas ............................................................................... 167.35 BOLTON & MENK, engineering services ............................................................. 135.00 BOONE AREA HUMANE SOCIETY, animal control ............................................. 487.28 BOONE NEWS REPUBLICAN, advertising ........................................................... 35.00 BULLDOG MOWING, mowing ............................................................................ 195.00 CHILD’S WORLD, books..................................................................................... 184.50 CLARK’S FOOD MART, supplies .......................................................................... 51.29 CLINE, DE VRIES & ALLEN, audit .................................................................... 3,315.00 CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, vehicle maintenance ...................................... 3,300.26 DAVID ANTHONEY, surveying ............................................................................. 430.00 DAVID HUFFMAN, rehab expenses .................................................................... 800.00 DEARBORN NATIONAL, life insurance ............................................................... 280.37 DEBI CARLSON, reimburse .................................................................................. 46.20 DELTA DENTAL, insurance .................................................................................. 528.71 DEMCO, books ................................................................................................... 114.64 DICK’S FIRE EXTINGUISHER, inspections ........................................................... 32.75 DNS SERVICES, books ......................................................................................... 65.00 EFTPS............................................................................................................... 6,394.84 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, pager rental .......................................................... 12.00 FELD FIRE, supplies .............................................................................................. 16.50 FIRE SERVICE TRAINING BUREAU, training ........................................................ 80.00 FOX ENGINEERING, engineering services ...................................................... 1,890.00 GOOD LAWN CARE, lawn care ........................................................................ 1,360.00 HAILA ARCHITECTURE, engineering consulting ................................................ 996.40 HOSKINSON TREE SERVICE, tree removal ........................................................ 200.00 HSA BANK, health savings account................................................................. 1,598.31 IMAGETEK, radix................................................................................................. 105.00 INFOMAX, copier charges ................................................................................... 176.12 IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE, taxes ....................................................................... 817.00 IOWA LIBRARY SERVICES, books ..................................................................... 127.20 IOWA MUNICIPAL FINANCE OFFICER, conference ........................................... 100.00

funds; and WHEREAS, pursuant to notice published as required by law, this Board has held a public meeting and hearing upon the proposal to approve and authorize execution of the Agreement and the State Agreement and has considered the extent of objections received from residents or property owners as to said proposed Agreement and State Agreement; and, accordingly the following action is now considered to be in the best interests of the County and residents thereof. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF BOONE COUNTY IN THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. That the performance by the County of its obligations under the Agreement and the State Agreement, including but not limited to making of loans and grants to the Developer in connection with the development of the Development Property under the terms set forth in the Agreement and the State Agreement, be and is hereby declared to be a public undertaking and purpose and, further, that the Agreement and the State Agreement and the County’s performance there under is in furtherance of appropriate economic development activities and objectives of the County within the meaning of Chapters 15 and 15A of the Iowa Code, taking into account the factors set forth therein. Section 2. That the form and content of the Agreement and the State Agreement, the provisions of which are incorporated herein by reference, be and the same hereby are in all respects authorized, approved and confirmed, and the Chairperson and the County Auditor be and they hereby are authorized, empowered and directed to execute, attest, seal and deliver the Agreement and the State Agreement for and on behalf of the County in substantially the form and content now before this meeting, but with such changes, modifications, additions or deletions therein as shall be approved by such officers, and that from and after the execution and delivery of the Agreement and the State Agreement, the Chairperson and the County Auditor are hereby authorized, empowered and directed to do all such acts and things and

to execute all such documents as may be necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions of the Agreement and the State Agreement as executed. PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of November, 2013. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded approve petition filed by County Treasurer, Darcy Bosch to abate taxes and rescind tax sale on 1975 American Eagle Mobile Home Title 08AA31532. NO: None. YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Duffy seconded motion to approve petition filed by County Treasurer, Darcy Bosch to abate taxes and rescind tax sale on 1981 Bay View Mobile Home VIN#37348. NO: None. YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion passed. Board reviewed and placed on file Utility Permits issued October 2013. Board reviewed and cast ballot for FSA 2013 Committee Election. Board reviewed and placed on file Clerk of District Court for October 2013. Duffy moved Hollingshead seconded motion to set December 11, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., in Board of Supervisors Chambers as the date, time and place to conduct a public hearing to amend FY2013-14 county budget. The budget director is instructed to draft and publish the proposed amendment as required by law. NO: None. YES: Duffy, Foster, Hollingshead. Motion passed. Fareway, Inc. representatives, Fred Greiner, Rick Beckwith, Reynolds Cramer, and Garrett Picklap presented a check in the amount of $243,396.55 to Board of Supervisors as their contribution to reconstructing Industrial Park Road. BOS broke for lunch at noon and returned at 1:00 p.m. to canvass city election results. Board canvassed November 5, 2013 City elections and noted no changes in the election night results. A full report of the canvass is on file in Auditor’s Office. Foster adjourned the meeting at 2:00 p.m. These minutes were approved this twentieth day of November 2013. Philippe E. Meier Boone County Auditor

IOWA ONE CALL, voice/fax ................................................................................. 46.00 IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOP, unemploy ......................................................... 338.42 IPERS, retirement ............................................................................................. 4,405.07 J’S SERVICE AND REPAIR, maintenance ........................................................... 111.50 KIEFFER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, consulting.......................................... 847.50 KONOMI CONSTRUCTION, housing rehab ................................................... 26,960.00 KRISTEN BENNETT, ump...................................................................................... 40.00 LINDY’S GUNS, supplies .................................................................................... 490.00 MAJORS CONCRETE, street repair .................................................................... 600.00 MANATT’S, street maintenance ..................................................................... 19,216.20 MARTIN MARIETTA, materials ........................................................................ 1,631.52 MC GRAW SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER, donation ............................................. 600.00 MECHANICAL COMFORT, maintenance ............................................................ 247.20 MED-TECH RESOURCE, supplies ........................................................................ 89.16 MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING, advertising .......................................................... 128.40 MID-IOWA TRUCK & UPHOLSTERY, maintenance ............................................ 480.00 MORGAN BENNETT, ump..................................................................................... 60.00 NATE SPENCER, reimburse .................................................................................. 43.71 OGDEN BUILDING SUPPLY, supplies................................................................... 22.28 OGDEN FARM & FEED, supplies ..................................................................... 1,259.77 OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES, utilities .......................................................... 6,153.69 OGDEN TELEPHONE COMPANY, phones.......................................................... 549.60 O’HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL, maintenance................................................... 969.36 QUICK OIL, fuel ................................................................................................ 1,345.46 RACOM CORP, service ......................................................................................... 88.50 READER SERVICE, books..................................................................................... 54.36 SCHOLASTIC, books ............................................................................................ 94.67 SEBCO BOOKS, books.................................................................................... 1,125.41 SIMMERING-CORY, housing rehab services .................................................. 4,760.00 STONE OFFICE SUPPLY, supplies...................................................................... 149.99 THE HOME OFFICE, supplies ............................................................................. 240.24 TINA HOPKINS, ump ............................................................................................ 65.50 TLS THE LIBRARY STORE, books ........................................................................ 31.56 TOM WALTERS COMPANY, dumpster fee ............................................................ 79.00 TREASURER STATE OF IOWA, taxes .............................................................. 1,157.00 USA BLUEBOOK, supplies ................................................................................. 123.09 UTILITY EQUIPMENT, supplies ....................................................................... 2,114.19 VERIZON WIRELESS, cellular ............................................................................. 179.83 VISA, supplies ..................................................................................................... 642.66 VISION BANK, fire truck payment, fees ......................................................... 82,451.28 WELLMARK, insurance ................................................................................... 5,393.64 TOTAL ........................................................................................................ $ 191,665.58 BEGINNING BALANCE ........................................................................ $ 1,413,141.22 RECEIPTS General ......................................................................................................... 213,545.51 Option Tax ...................................................................................................... 12,189.80 Sewer Sinking Fund ....................................................................................... 11,251.16 Sewer Utility ................................................................................................... 17,819.34 Stormwater Utility ............................................................................................ 3,049.56 Road Use Tax ................................................................................................. 21,633.55 Debt Service ................................................................................................... 48,797.46 T/A Employee Benefits .................................................................................. 64,682.75 Ogden Wellness Center ................................................................................... 4,950.00 Library ............................................................................................................ 60,000.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS .................................................. $ 457,919.13 EXPENDITURES General ......................................................................................................... 105,578.71 Sewer Utility ................................................................................................... 12,735.57 Road Use Tax ................................................................................................... 9,258.29 Local Options Sales Tax ..................................................................................... 600.00 Stormwater Utility ............................................................................................. 1,974.74 Library ................................................................................................................ 996.40 Rural Fire ........................................................................................................ 60,000.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES ................................................. $ 191,143.71 CLERK’S BALANCE .................................................................................. 1,679,916.64 Checks Outstanding ......................................................................................... 5,233.01 TREASURER’S BALANCE...................................................................... $ 1,685,149.65 INVESTMENTS Option Tax .................................................................................................... 125,000.00 Perpetual Care Fund (non-expendable) ......................................................... 64,350.00 Sewer Utility Fund ........................................................................................ 350,000.00 General ........................................................................................................... 50,000.00 Fire Equipment ................................................................................................ 3,258.21 TOTAL INVESTMENTS....................................................................... $ 592,608.21 ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Thompson, Reimers, Liston and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Mayor Berg will have Adam Good present insurance options for the City at the December City Council Meeting. Mayor Berg announced Dan Wilson’s retirement from Ogden Municipal Utilities and the Ogden Fire Department in March of 2014. Councilwoman Liston moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to adjourn at 8:14 p.m. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Thompson, Reimers, Liston and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Keith Berg, Mayor Attest: Jennifer Stumbo, City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICES THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT BOONE COUNTY PROBATE NO. ESPR23647 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF FAYE J. BLAIR, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Faye J. Blair, Deceased, who died on or about May 18, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of November, 2013, the last will and testament of Faye J. Blair, deceased, bearing the date of the 27th day of November, 1973, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Kimbal K. McCollum and Marc R. Blair were appointed 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 this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons

indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 13th day of November, 2013. Kimbal K. McCollum N9002 N. Shore Court St. Cloud, WI 53079 and Marc R. Blair 402 N. 1st Street Ogden, IA 50212 Executors of estate Lee R. Johnson, ICIS PIN No: AT0003852 Attorney for executor Johnson Law Office, PC 214 W Walnut Ogden, IA 50212

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT BOONE COUNTY PROBATE NO. ESPR023651 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF TWILA L. MORGAN, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Twila L. Morgan, Deceased, who died on or about September 19, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of November, 2013, the last will and testament of Twila L. Morgan, deceased, bearing the date of the 4th day of December, 1998*, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Dennis Morgan was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever

barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 15th day of November, 2013. Dennis Morgan 1475 H Avenue Ogden, IA 50212 Executor of estate Lee R. Johnson, ICIS PIN No: AT0003852 Attorney for executor Johnson Law Office, PC 214 W Walnut Ogden, IA 50212 Date of second publication: Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013

Date of second publication: Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013


The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, November 27, 2013 - PAGE SEVEN

Post-season accolades for Bulldogs The Ogden Bulldogs were one game shy of making a trip to the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls for the Class 1A football semi finals. Several Bulldogs received all-District recognition following their successful season. FiRsT TEAm ALL-sTATE

Guest Chef Jack Baker and OHs sous Chefs

What’s Cookin’ at OHS? November has been culinary month in the Hospitality & Tourism Management Class of OHS. Highlights included a hands on demonstration by Jack Baker of Embassy Suites Des Moines on how to create the perfect omelet like the professionals do; how to make a decadent

chocolate mousse; a familiarization tour of the exclusive Embassy Club located on the top floor of the Ruan Building and the Iowa Culinary Institute located at DMACC Ankeny Campus; finally a presentation on nutrition and preparing a nutritious snack by Whitney Packebush and

LUKE WEsT

Caitlin Lines, Registered Dieticians of Fareway Stores. Ogden High School is grateful to these professionals and businesses for their time and generosity in providing meaningful experiences to our students and their possible future employees.

Invite youth to compete in a fun time winter sports event The Third Annual Winter Olympics will convene Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Sunstream Retreat Center from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. All seventh through 12th grade students are invited to participate. The event has drawn nearly 100 students in each

of the past two years. “Teams compete in Speed Skating Relay, Human Curling, Cross Country Ski Race, Uphill Ski Jump, 4-Goal Hockey and a “brand new� event that will be extremely challenging,� says event coordinator

Judy Swanson. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. after which teams will be formed. The official games will convene at 7 p.m. Various churches in Ogden and surrounding areas help to host this youth event each year.

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ď€„ď€„ď€Ľď€Śď€Łď€§ď€„ď€Ľď€¨ď€Šď€Şď€Ąď€Śď€Ťď€œď€„ď€“ď€–ď€‡ ď€&#x; ď€&#x; ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€Šď€œď€„ď€†ď€‡ď€„ď€´ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?

ď€?ď€ƒď€ˆď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€? ď€?ď€&#x; ď€?ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€&#x; ď€?ď€&#x;ď€Ťď€œď€„ď€†ď€¨ď€ťď€Śď€„ď€´ď€?ď€ˆď€?ď€ˆ ď€ ď€‚ď€ƒď€„ď€…ď€†ď€„ď€‡ď€ˆď€‰ď€Šď€Šď€„ď€ˆď€‹ď€‡ď€…ď€Œď€?ď€‡ď€„ď€Šď€Šď€‰ď€Šď€‡ď€Žď€Œď€‡ď€Œď€…ď€?ď€?ď€?ď€‡ď€…ď€Œď€‘ď€‡ď€’ď€“ď€‚ď€‡ď€”ď€‰ď€‘ď€„ď€• ď€?ď€”ď€’ď€…ď€ˆď€…ď€”ď€•ď€–ď€…ď€—ď€˜ď€™ď€‚ď€ƒď€„ď€šď€›ď€—ď€‚ď€˜ď€…ď€œď€?ď€&#x;ď€—ď€–ď€ ď€…ď€—ď€˜ď€…ď€›ď€•ď€—ď€œď€…ď€ƒď€–ď€žď€‚ď€ƒď€›ď€…ď€Ąď€—ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€…ď€˘ď€–ď€…ď€œď€•ď€šď€ƒď€–ď€ ď€…ď€˘ď€Łď€…ď€›ď€•ď€–ď€…ď€¤ď€‚ď€Ąď€šď€…ď€Ľď€›ď€šď€›ď€– ď€?ď€ ď€—ď€›ď€‚ď€ƒď€§ď€œď€…ď€?ď€™ď€™ď€—ď€¨ď€–ď€Šď€…ď€›ď€•ď€–ď€…ď€…ď€Şď€Ťď€Ľď€Ťď€…ď€Źď€–ď€˜ď€œď€?ď€œď€…ď€­ď€?ď€ƒď€–ď€šď€?ď€Šď€…ď€Žď€šď€ƒď€—ď€‚ď€?ď€œď€…ď€žď€?ď€&#x;ď€—ď€¨ď€…ď€—ď€˜ď€›ď€–ď€ƒď€–ď€œď€›ď€…ď€Żď€ƒď€‚ď€?ď€žď€œď€Šď€…ď€šď€˜ď€ ď€…ď€Ľď€›ď€šď€›ď€– ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€šď€˜ď€ ď€…ď€™ď€–ď€ ď€–ď€ƒď€šď€&#x;ď€…ď€šď€Żď€–ď€˜ď€¨ď€—ď€–ď€œď€Ť

ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€„ď€‡ď€”ď€”ď€„ď€ ď€›ď€’ď€™ď€Š ď€¤ď€›ď€–ď€„ď€…ď€ ď€–ď€œď€¨ď€ƒď€—ď€žď€›ď€—ď€‚ď€˜

ď€?ď€‚ď€Žď€–ď€ƒď€˜ď€„ď€–ď€˜ď€›ď€šď€&#x; 

ď€°ď€ƒď€‚ď€žď€ƒď€—ď€–ď€›ď€šď€ƒď€Ł 

ď€&#x;ď€?ď€&#x; 

ď€?ď€ ď€Żď€–ď€› 

ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€?ď€&#x;ď€Łď€„ď€ ď€Şď€Ťď€Śď€Ťď€ ď€Şď€Ťď€łď€„ď€Šď€¨ď€Źď€Łď€ ď€&#x; ď€˝ď€‹ď€Šď€Šď€Œď€Šď€‰  ď€˝ď€‹ď€Šď€Šď€Œď€Šď€‰

ď€˝ď€‹ď€Šď€Šď€Œď€Šď€‰  ď€˝ď€‹ď€Šď€Šď€Œď€Šď€‰

  ď€Œď€‡ď€‹ď€Šď€ľď€‹ď€‰ ď€Œď€Šď€˝ď€‹ď€?  ď€? ď€Œď€ˇď€Šď€Œď€Œď€Œ ď€‡ď€ˇď€Œ ď€?ď€¸ď€Šď€Šď€ˇď€Œď€ľ  ď€?ď€Šď€‰ď€Šď€¸ď€Œď€‰

  ď€Œď€Šď€ľď€‰ď€ľ  ď€?ď€?    ď€?ď€?

  ď€Œď€‡ď€‹ď€Šď€ľď€‹ď€‰ ď€Œď€Šď€˝ď€‹ď€?  ď€? ď€? ď€‡ď€ˇď€Œ ď€?ď€¸ď€Šď€Šď€ˇď€Œď€ľ  ď€?ď€Šď€Œď€‡ď€˝

ď€Œď€‡ď€?ď€? ď€Œď€Šď€ľď€˝ď€‡ ď€˝ď€Šď€Šď€Œď€‹ď€‹ ď€‡ď€ˇď€Œď€Šď€Œď€˝ď€ľ ď€?ď€ľď€‰ď€Šď€Œď€‡ď€‹  ď€‰ď€Šď€‰ď€Šď€Œď€‡ď€‹ ď€ˇď€‹ď€Šď€Šď€Šď€Œď€? ď€?

ď€? ď€?  ď€Œď€ˇď€Šď€Šď€Šď€‹ď€Š ď€?ď€? ď€? ď€Œď€ˇď€ľď€Šď€? ď€ˇď€‹ď€ˇď€Šď€ľď€ˇď€Œ

       

ď€? ď€?  ď€Œď€ˇď€Šď€Šď€Šď€‹ď€Š ď€?ď€? ď€? ď€Œď€ˇď€ľď€Šď€? ď€ˇď€‹ď€ˇď€Šď€ľď€ˇď€Œ

ď€?ď€? ď€?ď€Œď€ˇď€Šď€? ď€˝ď€Šď€Œď€‡ď€‹ ď€Šď€‹ď€Œď€Šď€˝ď€ˇď€Œ ď€Œď€Šď€‹ď€˝ď€?  ď€Œď€ˇď€ľď€Šď€Šď€˝ď€ˇ ď€?

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ď€Šď€Šď€Šď€‡ď€¸ď€Šď€Œď€? ď€Šď€Šď€Šď€‡ď€¸ď€Šď€Œď€?

ď€Šď€Šď€Šď€‡ď€¸ď€Šď€Œď€? ď€ˇď€Šď€Œď€Šď€‡ď€Šď€‹ď€Œď€?

ď€?ď€ˇď€Œď€Šď€¸ď€‡ď€ľ ď€?ď€?ď€?

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ď€Šď€‰ď€˝ď€Šď€˝ď€Œď€?

ď€Šď€‰ď€˝ď€Šď€˝ď€Œď€?

ď€Šď€Šď€Œď€ˇď€?ď€?

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ď€ˇď€Šď€ˇď€Œď€Šď€Šď€˝ď€Šď€ľ

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ď€ˆď€Šď€‡ď€Œď€Šď€‹ď€¸ď€ˇ

ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€”ď€šď€ąď€–ď€œď€…ď€&#x;ď€–ď€Žď€—ď€–ď€ ď€…ď€‚ď€˜ď€…ď€žď€ƒď€‚ď€žď€–ď€ƒď€›ď€Ł ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€˛ď€–ď€œď€œď€łď€…ď€Şď€˜ď€¨ď€‚ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€–ď€¨ď€›ď€–ď€ ď€…ď€žď€ƒď€‚ď€žď€–ď€ƒď€›ď€Łď€…ď€›ď€šď€ąď€–ď€œď€ˆď€&#x;ď€–ď€Žď€Łď€…ď€Łď€–ď€šď€ƒ

ď€&#x;ď€Žď€„ď€ ď€Źď€Łď€Łď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€&#x;

ď€&#x;ď€—ď€˜ď€´ď€?ď€–ď€˜ď€›ď€…ď€žď€ƒď€‚ď€žď€–ď€ƒď€›ď€Łď€…ď€›ď€šď€ąď€–ď€œ ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€”ď€¤ď€ ď€…ď€ƒď€–ď€Žď€–ď€˜ď€?ď€–ď€œ ď€?ď€›ď€•ď€–ď€ƒď€…ď€¨ď€—ď€›ď€Łď€…ď€›ď€šď€ąď€–ď€œ ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€˛ď€—ď€¨ď€–ď€˜ď€œď€–ď€œď€…ď€šď€˜ď€ ď€…ď€žď€–ď€ƒď€„ď€—ď€›ď€œ ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€Şď€œď€–ď€…ď€‚ď€™ď€…ď€„ď€‚ď€˜ď€–ď€Łď€…ď€šď€˜ď€ ď€…ď€žď€ƒď€‚ď€žď€–ď€ƒď€›ď€Łď€… ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€¤ď€˜ď€›ď€–ď€ƒď€Żď€‚ď€Žď€–ď€ƒď€˜ď€„ď€–ď€˜ď€›ď€šď€&#x; ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€Źď€•ď€šď€ƒď€Żď€–ď€œď€…ď€™ď€‚ď€ƒď€…ď€™ď€–ď€–ď€œď€…ď€šď€˜ď€ ď€…ď€œď€–ď€ƒď€Žď€—ď€¨ď€– ď€&#x;ď€…ď€šď€œď€œď€–ď€œď€œď€„ď€–ď€˜ď€›ď€œ ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€…ď€śď€—ď€œď€¨ď€–ď€&#x;ď€&#x;ď€šď€˜ď€–ď€‚ď€?ď€œ ď€?ď€›ď€•ď€–ď€ƒď€…ď€™ď€—ď€˜ď€šď€˜ď€¨ď€—ď€˜ď€Żď€…ď€œď€‚ď€?ď€ƒď€¨ď€–ď€œ

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HENRY HAGLUND

First Team All-District Unanimous first team selections included wide receiver/tight end Luke West, linebacker Henry Haglund and punter Owen Haberer. Also named first-team all-district were running back Austin Lentz, offensive lineman Kody Hoskins and defensive back Caleb Frye. second Team All-District Wide receivers Jake West and Grant Heineman, offensive lineman Treston Hagen, utility player Kolton Christle, defensive lineman Jonathon Thompson and defensive back Spencer Nelson. Honorable mention Offensive linemen Jared Adreon

Offense - First Team All-District Position Name QB RB RB WR/TE WR/TE WR/TE OL OL OL OL OL UTL K

School Grade

Brandon Brittain Van Meter Cody Blackwell Van Meter Austin Lentz Ogden Trenton Wells Central Decatur Luke West * Ogden Logan Crawford Van Meter Spencer Benton Van Meter Kody Hoskins Ogden Mason Mercer * Mount Ayr Dillon DeLong Central Decatur Andrew Vanderhaart Pella Christian Jacob Sobotka Mount Ayr Jacob Brouwer Pella Christian

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Defense - 1st Team All-District Position Name School Grade DL Parker Suckow * Van Meter 12 DL Joe Ricker * Mount Ayr 11 DL Peprah Danquah *Des Moines Christian 12 DL Marcus Foltz Central Decatur 12 LB Henry Haglund * Ogden 12 LB Zach VanZee Pella Christian 12 LB Cody Stackhouse Mount Ayr 12 LB Jacob Lietz Colfax-Mingo 10 DB Caleb Frye Ogden 12 DB Erik Freed * Mount Ayr 12 DB Grant Hoppes Van Meter 12 DB Dillon Bruxvoort *Des Moines Christian 12 P Owen Haberer * Ogden 11 *Unanimous selection and Gyena Hansen, linebacker Nick Ross.

Satre, Jonathon Thompson, Trevor Wheelock.

Academic All-District Jared Adreon, Kolton Christle, Cayce Good, Gyena Hansen, Henry Haglund, Grant Heineman, Zane

Congratulations Ogden Bulldogs!

OHS winter sports schedule Monday, Nov. 25: High school boys Basketball Jamboree, Madrid, there, 7 p.m. Junior high boys basketball, Panorama, eighth grade here, seventh grade at Panora, 4:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 2: Basketball, Southeast Webster-Grand, here, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling with St. Edmond/Humboldt/ WoodwardGranger, here, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3: JV/V boys basketball, Woodward Academy at Woodward, 6 p.m. Wrestling with Van Meter and Greene County, here, 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5: Eighth grade basketball, boys at Jefferson, 4:15 p.m.; girls here, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6: Basketball, Guthrie Center, here, 6 p.m. Seventh grade basketball, Greene County, boys at Jefferson Middle School, 4:15 p.m., girls here at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7: Wrestling, Manson Tournament, Manson, 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 9: JV basketball, Guthrie Center, here, 6 p.m. Junior high basketball, South Hamilton, boys at Ellsworth, 4:30 p.m.; girls here, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10: Basketball, Des Moines Christian, Des Moines, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling with Greene/County/Coon Rapids, Carroll Middle School, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12: Wrestling, Woodward-Granger, here, 6 p.m. Junior high basketball, Prairie Valley, boys at Farnhamville, 4:15 p.m., girls here, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13: Basketball, Earlham, there, 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14: Wrestling, Ogden Varsity Tournament, here, 9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 16: Junior high basketball, Southeast WebsterGrand, boys here, 4:30 p.m.; girls at Boxholm, 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17: Basketball, Woodward-Granger, at Woodward, 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19: JV basketball, Des Moines Christian, at Des Moines, 6 p.m. Wrestling with Panora/Guthrie Center/Prairie Valley, here, 5 p.m. Junior high wrestling

OGDEN SCHOOL BOARD Minutes of a Work Session of The Board of Directors of the Ogden Community School District Thursday, November 14, 2013 I. Call to Order The Ogden Board of Education held a work session on Thursday, November 14, 2013 located at the District Office. Members present included Pete Bergstrom, Tom Cleveland, Sally Good, Camille Schroeder (arrived at 6:42 pm) and Matt Van Sickle. The meeting was called to order by Board President Sally Good at 6:31 pm. Other members present were Superintendent Bard Jermeland and Board Secretary/Business Manager Kris Van Pelt. II. Agenda Items The Board reviewed and discussed the following items presented: Enrollment Projections, 5-year Budget Projections, 2014-15 School Calendar, Strategic Plan Survey, Voluntary Early Retirement, and Teacher Leadership Compensation Plan. III. Other IV. Adjourn Camille Schroeder moved to adjourn. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. Board President Sally Good adjourned the meeting at 9:37 pm. Sally Good, Board President Kris Van Pelt, Board Secretary

with Greene County/Carroll, at Boone, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20: Basketball, West Central Valley, here, 6 p.m. Eighth grade basketball, Perry, boys at Perry Middle School, 4:15 p.m.; girls here, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21: JV basketball, Greene County, boys here, 9 a.m.; girls at Jefferson, 9 a.m. JV/V boys basketball, Perry, here, 1 p.m. Wrestling, Lynnville Sully Tournament, at Sully, 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 3: Basketball, Van Meter, there, 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6: JV basketball, Earlham, here, 6 p.m. Seventh grade basketball, Perry, boys here at 4:30 p.m.; girls at Perry Middle School, 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7: Basketball, Panorama, here, 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9: Basketball, Colo-NESCO, here, 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10: Basketball, Madrid, there, 6 p.m. Junior high basketball, Prairie Valley, boys here, 4:30 p.m.; girls at Farnhamville, 4:15 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11: Wrestling, Ogden JV Tournament, here, 9 a.m. Monday, Jan. 13: JV basketball, Woodward-Granger, at Woodward, 6 p.m. Junior high girls basketball, Panorama, here, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14: JV/V boys basketball, Woodward Academy, here, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling with Ballard/Gilbert/South Hamilton/ CMB, at Maxwell, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16: Wrestling with West Central Valley/Coon Rapids-Bayard, at Coon Rapids, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling with Bondurant-Farrar/CMB/Nevada/ Van Meter, at Alleman, 4:30 p.m. Junior high basketball, GliddenRalston, boys at Glidden, 4:15 p.m.; girls here, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17: Basketball, Guthrie Center, there, 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18: Basketball, East Sac County, at Sac City, 3 p.m. Wrestling: Varsity Underwood Tournament at Underwood, 9 a.m.; JV Greene County Tournament, at Jefferson, 9 a.m. Monday, Jan. 20: JV basketball,

West Central Valley, here, 6 p.m. Junior high girls basketball, Madrid, here, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21: Basketball, Des Moines Christian, here, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling with RolandStory/South Hamilton/South Hardin/AGWSR, at Nevada, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23: Junior high basketball, South Hamilton, boys here, 4:30 p.m.; girls at Ellsworth, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24: Basketball, Earlham, here, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling, Boone, at Perry, 4:15 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27: JV basketball, Van Meter, there, 6 p.m. Junior high boys basketball, Madrid, eighth grade here, 4:30 p.m.; seventh grade there, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28: Basketball, Woodward-Granger, here, 6 p.m. Wrestling, WCAC Tournament, Guthrie Center, 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30: JV/V girls basketball, Prairie Valley Gowrie, here, 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31: Basketball, West Central Valley, at Stuart, 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1: JV/V wrestling, Guthrie Center Tournament, Guthrie Center, 8 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3: JV basketball, Panorama, here, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4: Basketball, Van Meter, here, 6 p.m. Junior high wrestling with Winterset/Guthrie Center/Panorama, at Perry, 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6: JV basketball, Madrid, there, 6 p.m. Junior high basketball, Glidden-Ralston, boys here, 4:30 p.m., girls at Glidden, 4:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7: Basketball, Panorama, at Panora, 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8: Wrestling Sectionals, here, 12 noon. Tuesday, Feb. 11: Basketball, Madrid, here, 6 p.m. Wrestling Regional Tournament, TBD, 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15: Wrestling Districts at Nodaway Valley, 12 noon. Wednesday, Feb. 19: Wrestling State Duals at Wells Fargo Arena. Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 20-22, Wrestling State at Wells Fargo Arena.

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OGDEN POLICE REPORT

Monday, November 18 5:47 a.m.: Officer responded to an intrusion alarm at an Ogden business. This was determined to be a false alarm. 8:27 a.m.: Officer received a complaint from an Ogden business of a female subject sleeping inside the business. The officer spoke with the subject and asked if she needed assistance and she stated no and left the premises. 10:10 p.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 call. This was determined to be a problem with the phone. Tuesday, November 19 6:30 p.m.: Officer talked with cub scout group. 8:37 p.m.: Officer assisted a probation officer with a home check at

519 N.W. 7th St. Lot #6. Wednesday, November 20 8:40 a.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle. 1:45 p.m.: Officer responded to an intrusion alarm at an Ogden business. This was determined to be a false alarm. 3:00 p.m.: Officer picked up a Beagle dog that was running loose and returned to owner. 3:08 p.m.: Officer picked up a Cocker Spaniel dog that was running loose and took to the city kennel until the owner could come and pick up. 5:24 p.m.: Officer responded to an intrusion alarm at an Ogden business. This was determined to be a false alarm. 8:11 p.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 call from the pay

phone in the 200 block of W. Walnut St. There was nobody in the area upon officer’s arrival. Thursday, November 21 11:23 a.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle. 12:33 p.m.: Officer investigated a reported sexual assault. This is under investigation. 2:20 p.m.: Officer investigated a two-vehicle accident in the 100 block of W. Walnut St. There was no state report filed as it was less than $1,500 in damages. 3:57 p.m.: Officer investigated a two-vehicle accident in the Ogden High School parking lot. There was no state report as it was less than $1,500 in damages. Friday, November 22 11:35 a.m.: Officer provided a

funeral escort with help from an Ogden Municipal Utility employee from the Community United Methodist Church east to First St. and then north to Pilot Mound Cemetery. 4:00 p.m.: Officers spoke with a cub scout group. 5:55 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders with a lift assist at 113 S 1st St. Saturday, November 23 7:05 a.m.: Officer assisted a subject with a lost item at 113 S. 1st St. 10:09 a.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 at 752 H. Ave. It was determined to be phone problems. 1:55 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders at 249 S. 1st St. 2:45 p.m.: Officer responded to a car vs. deer accident in the 1100

block of 216th St. Vehicle was gone upon officers arrival. 2:47 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a loose dog in the 600 block of W. Maple St. Officer was unable to locate the dog. 5:05 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a stranded motorist in the 100 block of W. Walnut St. 11:00 p.m.: Officer received a report of a vehicle in the ditch in the 400 block of Highway 30. Officer was unable to locate a vehicle. Sunday, November 24 9:46 a.m.: Officer received a complaint of a possible intoxicated driver on Highway 30.Officer located the vehicle and the driver was just tired. 10:26 a.m.: Officer received a complaint reference a parking issue

in the 500 block of E. Oak St. 2:36 p.m.: Officer investigated possible trespassing at 220 S.W. 7th St. 3:51 p.m.: Officer responded to a carbon monoxide detector going off at 219 W. Maple St. 7:57 p.m.: Officer investigated a complaint of a possible intoxicated driver at Casey’s General Store. The driver checked out okay. These charges are merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. PSA: Ogden residents are reminded to clear their sidewalks of snow within 48 hours after the snow has stopped falling.


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