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| DECEMBER 4, 2013|VOLUME 124| ISSUE 49
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Capri Theatre shows free holiday movies In celebration of the holidays the Capri Theatre in Lake City feels that ‘family’ is the key ingredient, therefore the Capri is offering free admission to all shows starting Friday, Dec. 6 through Dec. 29. Movies shown at the Capri in the month of December are some of the past traditional top box ofﬁce hits. There is something unique about watching a movie such as “Polar Express” from the Dolby sound and in 2D. Janelle Nesbitt, Capri Board member who orders movies says, “It is so sad for the past 5 or 6 years there have been no Christmas family movies being released by ‘Hollywood’.” So, the Capri wanted to put family movies for the holidays back up on the screen. Shows are: “Polar Express” Dec. 6-8; “Alvin and the Chipmunks”
Dec. 13-15; “All I Want for Christmas” Dec. 20-22; and “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” Dec. 27-29 with show times at 7:30 p.m. Friday, and Saturday with a matinee at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Rockwell City has tour of homes
On Sunday, Dec. 15, from 1:30 to 4 p.m., the Gardens on 4th Park Project Committee is hosting a Tour of Homes. The ﬁve Rockwell City homes to be showcased are: • Brian & Linda Heide – 146 Pleasant St. • Keith & Kathy Hiler – 2847 Norridge Ave. • Jeff & Peggy Neubaum – 2421 Ogden Ave. • Brigit Thompson – 610 Court St. • Ron & Janet Wetter – 102 Brower St. Tickets may be purchased in advance at First Community Bank, United Bank of Iowa in Rockwell City, RC City Hall, and Parkside Flowers. Tickets will also
be available for purchase at each home on the day of the tour. All proceeds from this event will be used to advance the Gardens on 4th Park project. The ﬁrst three phases of the project have been completed through the support of private donations, fundraisers, contributions from the Rockwell City Revitalization Committee and grant money from the Calhoun County Community Foundation. Additional funds are needed to start the fourth phase next year and work toward completion of the project. As always, private donations are welcome and very much appreciated.
Digging out and ﬁlling in
Final work on the lot, that began with demolition of a vacant building at the southwest corner of Court and Fourth St. in Rockwell City and then expanded when a neighboring business was damaged, neared completion last week. City Clerk Kelly Smidt said there has been interest expressed in developing the lot but no business plan has been submitted yet. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
Full-time attorney gets full-time designation By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Tina Meth-Farrington says she hears chuckles whenever she tells people she is a part-time county attorney. There is a full caseload for the Calhoun County attorney and all of those who work with her regard the position as full-time. The same situation was true for her predecessor, Cindy Voorde, who worked full time in the position but never attempted to get the ofﬁcial designation changed for the job. It is an elected position regardless of whether it’s deﬁned as full-time or part-time The only practical impact of the different classiﬁcation is that a part-time county attorney has the option of having a private practice. However, neither Voorde nor MethFarrington has wanted a private practice. At the Nov. 26 Calhoun County Board of Supervisors meeting, Meth-Farrington requested that the position be reclassiﬁed as full-time. “I would like to have the position classiﬁed as a full-time position. I’m not asking for any additional pay, additional staff or anything like that,” she said. She noted that she is particularly busy at this time. There are 21 indictable cases pending in her ofﬁce, including eight felonies. There is also a civil commitment case pending of commitment to the Civil Commitment Unit for Sexual
Offenders. Her assistant, Erik Howe, is leaving his position in June. He handles magistrate cases and most of the legal research. He also steps in for Meth-Farrington when needed. “I’m there every day, open or closed, my phone is never off. I’m on call 24 hours a day,” she said. By consensus, the supervisors directed Meth-Farrington to draft a resolution for their approval
reclassifying the county attorney position to full-time. *** The supervisors approved payment of health insurance fees for all county employees covered under the county’s health insurance plan, a reversal of a previous decision that the employees would need to pay the unexpected and unbudgeted fees. The fee resulting from the Affordable Care Act. There is a fee of
$14.25 per month per person covered under the plan, including dependents of employees. As originally decided that would mean a payment of $57 per month by the employee for a family of four but since the new decision by the supervisors, this fee will be covered by the county.
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Holiday activities at the Library
During a special game night at the Rockwell City Library on Nov. 26, Eric Brown, Patrick Brown, Kayla Grummon, Mariah Pagel and Faith Wagner strung popcorn strands for decorating the library while Library Director Denise Pohl operated the projector showing a holiday movie. (GraphicAdvocate photo by Ken Ross)
Vaccination article generates response By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Calhoun County Public Health ofﬁcials assert that there were factual errors made in the Nov. 27 Graphic-Advocate article, “School vaccination error repeated.” Tami Mohr, public health coordinator, said that the reference to two ﬂu vaccination permission forms being sent to one South Central Calhoun family was inaccurate. The article referred to a situation this fall in which two students with identical names in different grades from different families each received a ﬂu shot although only one family had given permission. “A blank vaccine administration form is sent home with every student, so when it said both forms were sent home with one student, that’s not really right,” Mohr said, “One mother got on line and printed off a second form. So she ﬁlled out the form her daughter brought home and then when she said to her kids, ‘you’re going to get your ﬂu shots in school,’ the one little girl said, ‘well I didn’t take in a form’ and the mother said, ‘you did, I ﬁlled it out,’ and the girl said, ‘I didn’t take it in’ so the mother said, ‘so, I got on line and printed off another one and ﬁlled out a second one’ so we didn’t send two speciﬁc forms to anyone. Every student got a form and parents can access those online.” Jane Condon, public health administrator, said that the
health department did over 3,000 immunizations in a year and 548 of them were school-based ﬂu shots. Regarding the school-based program, Condon explained that there are schools in Calhoun County in ﬁve districts (actually four school systems, but the SCC school system is still two districts for purposes of ﬁling paperwork until Southern Cal and Rockwell City/Lytton formally merge on July 1). Other districts with a school building in Calhoun County
include Manson Northwest Webster, Prairie Valley and Pocahontas Area. “We’ve been doing this for 30 years. We’re not new at it. It’s based on sound scientiﬁc principles,” Condon said. She said that she still believes school-based immunization is a good idea but public health is not going to object if SCC no longer has this program in its schools and will not stop providing the service to other school systems in the county.
(See letter to the editor from Condon in this edition for further explanation of the school-based program and further response to recent criticism.) Mohr said that last year, after a similar incident, Supt. Jeff Kruse posed a question to other school administrators in the area at a meeting hosted by Prairie Valley and attended by Mohr.
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Crisis Center assists those most in need
By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Stacey is a new director at the Family Crisis Center that serves victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Calhoun and Carroll Counties. She has a complication to her objective of making the public aware of the services offered. Conﬁdentiality is an essential part of the center’s operation. Not only do many of the clients feel humiliated by the situation they are in, seeking help could increase the danger for people still in a situation of domestic violence. Stacey personally keeps a low proﬁle in public and requested that her last name not be included in the article. She will talk to anybody who approaches her but she will not initiate the contact with a client in public. Anyone who is a recent victim, or a victim of an ongoing situation, or is struggling with the trauma of a
past assault or abuse, can seek help at 1-800-382-5603, anytime. The Family Crisis Center provides the following: Hotline – a 24-hour service providing support, crisis intervention, general information and referrals to various agencies. Crisis Counseling – assistance to individuals in identifying safety, resources and options with advocacy regarding legal, medical and personal matters. Emergency Shelter – brief safehaven for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and their dependents. Food and personal items are provided for shelter guests. Emergency & Transitional – housing for victims and their children who need a safe place to live for an extended period of time. Western Iowa Survivors of Homicide (WISH Unit) and Other Violent Crimes – A victim service specialist helps families through a difﬁcult time. Services are available
24/7 – 712-899-6382. This article was motivated by Jennifer Vaughn who went to Lake City High School with the class of 1998 but leaving early because of her situation. She now lives in California. She contacted the newspaper after reading an article in the Nov. 13 Graphic-Advocate - “Keeping track of sex offenders.” She wrote that she was sexually assaulted when she was in high school and intimidated by threats to keep silent. She has subsequently learned that at least one other person had a similar experience in Lake City during this time period. She requested that anyone else having this experience in that time frame in that area contact her. She promises to keep all inquiries and information conﬁdential. Jennifer Vaughan, Jennvaughan@ gmail.com, (310) 402-2383
Hallee Brumbaugh, along with her father Zach and her grandmother Kay, had breakfast at the Lohrville Community Center on Sunday. The omelet breakfast was prepared by volunteers of the Lohrville Fire Department. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
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An omelet breakfast is a specialty of the Lohrville Fire Department, prepared at the Lohrville Community Center as a fundraiser for the department. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
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DECEMBER 4, 2013
Empty Nest By Curt Swarm
Letter to the Editor: at a school-based immunization clinic, consent forms are distributed to parents, either through the school website or sent home with kids from school. Parents complete the form, then return the completed form to the school where they are compiled by teacher and grade. When the public health nurse arrives on the day of the clinic, school staff identiﬁes the child and presents child and matching consent form to the public health nurse who also veriﬁes student name and administers the shot. Due to the many steps and people involved, this is not, or ever will be, a perfect system. The expectation to be error-free every time in every step of this process is unrealistic. Public Health has never and will never tell anyone that an error will never be made. For that to happen, all three responsible groups have to be perfect - 100% of the time. Mistakes are rare but understandably distressing for families and all staff involved. As stated by the Center for Disease Control, risk is minimized by the fact that ﬂu vaccines have a very good safety track record, and provide beneﬁts that far outweigh the risks, such as disease prevention, unnecessary medical costs and absences from work and school. This season, 548 ﬂu shots were given to students in four local schools, an
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increase of nearly 50 students from last year. This year’s one reported incident creates an error rate of .0018. Some sources available to all who wish to research issues of school-based clinics, ﬂu vaccine recommendation and safety, are: w w w. c d c . g o v / f l u / s c h o o l / guidance.htm w w w. f l u . g o v / p r e v e n t i o n vaccination/vaccination/# Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) Calhoun County Public Health deeply regrets recent errors and will respect the SCC School Board’s decision on whether or not to continue school-based clinics with Calhoun County Public Health. Hopefully, it will be a decision based on consideration and review of the beneﬁts to all students and families – and not based on an emotionally charged personal crusade by one or two individuals. Jane Condon Calhoun County Public Health
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Roger Harrington shows off a ﬁeld of soybean stubble that has been sown with a cover crop of rye grass. soybeans. Thirdly, the cover crop is scavenging unused nutrients in the soil that might otherwise runoff into the groundwater. Crops of corn or soybeans are much better prepared to survive a drought if a cover crop is used. Also, and this is a big plus, less fertilizer is required in the spring. Some of the cover-crop plants are legumes, which ﬁx nitrogen into the soil, therefore requiring less purchased nitrogen for fertilizer. Also, some cover-crop plants have allelopathic qualities that inhibit germination and growth of weed seeds.
Cost? Aerial application runs about $13 an acre, and cover-crop seed about $18 an acre. Compared to the cost of tilling, cover-crop technology is less expensive. Throw in the beneﬁts to the environment, and it’s a win-win situation—for the farmer and the future. As Roger points out, “Sometimes, it’s just about doing the right thing.” Have a good story? Call or text Curt Swarm in Mt. Pleasant at 319217-0526, email him at curtswarm@ yahoo.com, or visit his website at www.empty-nest-words-photos-andframes.com.
A Community Service of Remembrance Tuesday, December 10, 2013 • 6:30pm Lake City Union Church 206 West Main St., Lake City, IA
Nekoda Lodge in Lohrville is seeking CONTRACTOR BIDS for the installation of siding on their building. All bids must be submitted by Noon on December 11th.
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Saturday, December 7th Community Building in Lake City From 4 to 6pm
Chili and Chicken Noodle Soup & Cinnamon Rolls (Betterment fundraiser) “Stocking Raffle” by the Pool Project Handmade Dollhouse and Barn Raffle by Dance 2 Xtream Cookie Walk by Dance to Xtream Festival of Lights parade at 6pm around the square Following the parade: Pictures with Santa A reading by Santa’s Elf Free cookies for the kids sponsored by Iowa Saving’s Bank Sunday, December 8th Holiday Tour of Homes Hosted by the Lake City Betterment Association
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To the editor In response to the recent news article from the Nov 18 SCC School Board meeting printed on Nov 27, 2013, in the Graphic-Advocate: Calhoun County Public Health started providing local schoolbased immunizations in response to a state-wide measles, mumps and rubella outbreak in 1977. Since then, public health has worked to prevent or minimize the impact of vaccinepreventable diseases in our county. Vaccines offered in schools have been inﬂuenza, Tetanus diphtheria cellular pertussis (Tdap), and meningitis for students; Hepatitis B for school staff. 13 – 15-Year-Old Coverage of Individual Vaccines and Selected Vaccination Series (IDPH 2012) are: • Tdap – Calhoun County 71% Iowa 62% • Meningitis – Calhoun County 55% - Iowa 53% The SSC School Board meetings have focused on ﬂu immunizations; the process is described below. School-based clinics require 3 important partners: public health, school staff, and parents. All must do their part to have a successful outcome. Fact Sheets and Consent forms are provide by public health. Parents are reminded they may see their local medical provider for ﬂu vaccination. When parents choose to have children vaccinated
Have you noticed a that few ﬁelds of corn and soybean stubble are turning green, like in the spring? Have you also seen crop-dusting airplanes busy working like bees on non-harvested ﬁelds around the ﬁrst of September? What the heck is going on? While buying squirrel corn from my farmer friend, Roger Harrington, of Ollie, Iowa, I noticed these large, dark, plastic containers stacked neatly beside his driveway. When I asked Roger what they were, he gave me a quizzical look. “Cover crop seed,” he said, like I should know. When I asked him what a cover crop was, he sighed, pushed his cap back on his forehead, leaned back against a stack of the containers, and proceeded to educate this one-timefarm-boy-turned-city-slicker about cover crops. Roger farms about 1,200 acres of corn, soybeans, and alfalfa on the rolling farm ground of Keokuk County. He has a degree in agronomy and ag ed from Iowa State University, taught Voc Ag for a couple of years, and is one of the most progressive farmers I know. For example, he has been practicing no-till farming since the 1980s—that means no plowing, no disking, and no ripping. In addition to crop farming, he is also a dealer in wildbird seed, corn and soybean seed, and now, cover-crop seed. On his home place is a beautiful pond full of ducks and geese. The pond has an island where geese nest. A herd of white goats dot the landscape, and beef cattle graze nearby. If there’s one thing Roger despises, it’s soil erosion. A second thing is fertilizer runoff. For the last ﬁve years, Roger has been aerial sowing cover-crop seed onto standing corn and soybean ﬁelds. He uses rye grass, cereal rye, crimson clover, Austrian winter peas, hairy vetch, sunn hemp, tillage radishes, turnip, and rape seed—sometimes by themselves, sometimes in mixtures (cocktails). Roger often acts as a consultant or adviser to farmers interested in cover crops. About 10% of farmers are now using cover crops, and interest is growing rapidly. Farm magazines are full of information. After sowing, the cover crop begins to grow almost immediately, and continues to grow while the corn or soybeans are harvested, and on through the winter and spring. The cover crop can actually be used for grazing. Most importantly, what the cover crop is doing is preventing soil erosion through the cold, windy, winter months, and rainy spring weather. Secondly, it is establishing a root base into what would otherwise be dead soil. This root base helps break up hard-packed soil, reestablishes a culture where earthworms and other organisms thrive, and provides decomposing matter that will feed the upcoming crop of corn or
DECEMBER 4, 2013
SMCH Blood Drive
Wednesday, December 4: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Stewart Memorial Hospital Auxiliary’s Homemade Holiday Candy Sale in the Hospital Lobby. Wednesday, December 4: 9:30 a.m. Rockwell City Chamber Coffee will be hosted by New Opportunities. Saturday, December 7 & Sunday, December 8: Journey to the Manger-9 a.m.-5 p.m. Over 330 items have been shared by local residents at the Lanesboro Community United Methodist Church; 2 p.m. Church’s puppets ministry will be performing “The Real Christmas Story”; complimentary refreshments served. Event is free-a donation of an item for the Lake City Food Pantry will be accepted. Saturday, December 7: 4-6 p.m. Christmas Festival; 6 p.m. Festival of Lights parade and cookies with Santa to follow the parade. Sunday December 8: Lake City Betterment sponsored Tour of Homes from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, December 8: 3-4:30 p.m. Esther’s Station on Main St. in Lanesboro, Santa will be stopping for cookies and hot chocolate. Get you picture taken with Santa. Wednesday, December 11: 9:30 a.m. Rockwell City Chambers Coffee will be hosted by Draperies Plus and Marcia’s Beauty Shop Sunday, December 15: Rockwell City Community Celebration; 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. RC Boy Scouts serving breakfast; 1:30-4 p.m. Garden’s on the 4th Tour of Homes; 5-7 p.m. Free Soup Supper hosted by RC Chamber and RC Rotary Club at the RC Community Center. Wednesday, December 18: 9:30 a.m. United Bank of Iowa will host the Rockwell City Chamber Coffee. Every Monday – AA & Al-Anon Meetings 7:30 p.m. St. Thomas Catholic Church, Manson; 4 p.m. “Audrey’s All Stars” Reading Program at the J.J. Hands Library Every Tuesday – Al-Anon & AA Meetings at 8 p.m. at Central School Preservation in Lake City; TOPS Meeting at the Calhoun County Annex 1, 515 Court St, Rockwell City. Weigh in 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. Meeting time at 8:45 a.m. Every Wednesday – Story Hour J J Hands Library in Lohrville, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Every Thursday –9:30 a.m. Coffee at the Library in Lake City; AA Open Meeting 7 p.m. at Union Church, Lake City. Enter north door on Washington St.; 4 p.m. “Audrey’s All Stars” Reading Program at the J.J. Hands Library
The Nov. 26 LifeServ blood drive turnout at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital was described as wonderful. There were 13 donors with 15 units collected. There were two milestone donors. Up to 45 lives
can be saved by the blood that was donated. Milestone Donors: Gerald L. Schaefer - 13 Gallons Stephen J. Kavanaugh - 13 Gallons
In the Nov. 27 edition of the Graphic-Advocate, the article “Early retirement incentive approved for faculty” had a typographical error. The “4-day notification period” regarding the notification for early retirement benefits should read “45-day notification period.”
Thursday, December 5: State Dance Team Competition @ Des Moines; MS (A) BB vs. PAC 4 p.m. Boys-Rockwell City, Girls-Pomeroy; JVR Boys/ JV Girls/JV Boys BB vs. PAC @ Pocahontas 5 p.m. Friday, December 6: State Dance Team Competition @ Des Moines; BB @ Pocahontas 6 p.m. Saturday, December 7: NCIBA Iowa Jazz Festival @ Fort Dodge Sr. High; JV Wrestling Tourney @ Audubon 10 a.m.; Wrestling @ Greene County Dual Tourney (Jefferson) 10 a.m.; Boys Swimming Invitational @ Boone 10 a.m. Sunday, December 8: FCA Christmas Party @ Nesbitt’s 4-9 p.m. Monday, December 9: JV Girls/JV Boys BB vs. Manson/NW Webster @ Lake City 6 p.m.; 4th-6th Grade Winter Vocal Concert @ MS Auditorium (Rockwell City) 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 10: MS (A) BB vs. East Sac County 4 p.m., BoysLake View, Girls-Lake City; Boys Swimming vs. Spencer & Storm Lake @ Carroll 5:30 p.m.; Wrestling vs. Ridge View, Humboldt and East Sac County @ Humboldt 6 p.m.; BB vs. Prairie Valley @ Rockwell City 6 p.m. Wednesday, December 11: No School (Teacher In-Service)
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Girl Scout Troop #38 has been given $250 by the Sons of Amvets Squadron #41 for uniforms and supplies to get their troop started. The Sons of Amvets spokesman said, “They’re a great troop of girls. We wish them the best of luck getting the troop on the right track.” Pictured are: front - Morgan Saxton and Alexis Nedawitz; middle – Sara Hughes and Elizabeth Kraft-Daisy; back Sharona Daisy and Tara Saxton.
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4 The Graphic-Advocate Legals Speeding: Christopher Lee Seuntjens, Ankeny; Amy Lynn Riesberg, Carroll; Joseph B. Thompson, Manson; Katie Lee Melvin, Waterloo; Saenz Nain E. Grado, Columbus, NE; Carmen Zoe Drummond, Preston; Sandra Louise Parker, Cherokee; Matthew James Vanelzen, Ste. Genevieve, MO; Chad Eric Sporrer, Dedham; George Bradley Fitz, Alden. Open container-passenger > than 21 years of age: Joshua Aaron Schneider, Auburn. Violation of financial liability coverage: Leanna Lynn Powell, Fort Dodge. Magistrate/district court judgments: State of Iowa vs Aaron Lee Clark, 3rd degree criminal mischief amended to 5th degree criminal mischief, $1000.00 restitution. State of Iowa vs Timothy J. Freimuth, Pomeroy, Speeding, $181.50. State of Iowa vs Troy Allen Howey, Violation of probation, 7 day suspended jail sentence, 7 day jail sentence, & $100.00 court costs;
& 2nd charge, 7 day suspended jail sentence, 7 day jail sentence, & $376.50 court costs. State of Iowa vs Matthew D. Kraft, Rockwell City, Speeding, $141.00; & No valid driver’s license, $465.00. State of Iowa vs Kent W. Segebart, Lake City, Speeding, $222.00. State of Iowa vs Wayne Ray Terres, St. Martin, MN, Failure to comply with safety regulatory rules, $161.25. Civil court judgments: Hauge Associates, Inc. vs Cynthia L. Didelotte, $2113.57 judgment with interest at the rate of 2.12% from 11/21/13, & court costs. Capital One Bank vs Janelle B. Emeny, $3673.22 judgment with interest at the rate of 27% from 01/03/08, & court costs. American Express Bank, FSB vs Anthony F. Evans dba Tony Evans Photography, $16,608.07 judgment. Iowa Department of Human Services vs Mason M. Wright, $5462.94 judgment. Warranty deed: PRKG, 327, LLC to Ridgely Farms Family, LP, W1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 5.67 Ac. Tr. & Ex. 0.09 Ac. Tr.,
Groves Probate Notice NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FAYE I. GROVES, Deceased. PROBATE NO. ESPR501764 To all persons interested in the Estate of Faye I. Groves, Deceased, who died on or about May 25, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 20th day of August, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the Estate shall file them with the Clerk of the abovenamed 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 20th day of August, 2013. Barbara Garnatz 1117 W 11th Street Spencer, IA 51301-2905 Administrator of the Estate Steven W. Hendricks, ICIS PIN Number 0003411 Attorney for the Administrator 805 Central Avenue, Suite 700, Fort Dodge. IA 50501 Date of second publication 4th day of December, 2013
Notice of Ordinance 2013-5
Legal Notice The Calhoun County Board of supervisors will hold their first reading on the following Ordinance on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 10:30 am. Boardroom, Courthouse, Rockwell City. CALHOUN COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 2013-5 An ordinance readopting the existing county code and repealing certain portions therein, Calhoun County, Iowa Be It Enacted by the Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County, Iowa: Section 1. Authority. Code of Iowa Section 331.302, subsection nine, requires that once every five years a County shall compile its code of ordinances. This ordinance readopts ordinances already in effect and repeals any ordinance deemed no longer necessary to the operation of Calhoun County, Iowa, or to the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens. Section 2. Readoption and Amendment of Current Code. The following ordinances have been previously adopted and enacted into law and were duly published as the law provides. They are stated herein by number and subject matter and by the authority of the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors comprise the Calhoun County Code of Ordinances. 1. No. 2. Regulating Parking on County Roads in the North Twin Lakes Area during the Winter Months, in its entirety. 2. No. 85-1. Prohibiting Drainage into Secondary Road Right-of-Ways, Ditches, and Easements in Calhoun County, in its entirety. 3. Zoning Ordinance Adopted November 27, 1979, in its entirety as amended by Amendment 1 thereto, adopted July 28, 1981. 4. No. 85-2. Authorizing Industrial Property Tax Credits, in its entirety. 5. No. 86-1. An Ordinance Readopting the Existing County Code and Repealing Certain Portions Therein. 6. No. 89-1. An Ordinance Adopting By Reference the Well Abandonment, Well Construction, and On-Site Wastewater Disposal Rules of the Iowa Administrative Code for Chapters 39 – Well Abandonment, Chapter 49 – Well Construction, and Chapter 69 - On Site Wastewater Disposal for Calhoun County, Iowa. 7. No. 90-1. Hazardous Materials Ordinance (C.C. Hazardous Materials Communication Program) 8. No. 91-1. Uniform Rural Address System Ordinance of Calhoun County, Iowa E-9-1-1) 9. No. 92-1. Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance. 10. No. 93-1. An Ordinance Readopting the Existing County Code and Repealing Certain Portions Therein. 11. No. 94-1. Ordinance Relating to Special Property Taxation for Wind Energy Conversion Property. 12. No. 95-1. Revisions to Calhoun County, Iowa, Board of Health Rules and Regulations. Board of Supervisors approved 1-30-96 13. No. 96-1. Livestock at Large 14. No. 96-2. County Infractions 15. No. 96-3. An ordinance to Establish the Policy and Level of Service in Respect to Clearance of Snow or Ice and Maintenance of This County’s Secondary Roads During the Winter Months. 16. No. 97-1. Lead Ordinance. 17. No. 98-1. Chapter 49 – Nonpublic Water Supply Wells. 18. No. 98-2. Chapter 69 – On-site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems. 19. No. 98-3. RAGBRAI – Sale of Food and other merchandise. 20. No. 98-4. Dog and Animal Control. 21. No. 98-5. An Ordinance Readopting the Existing County Code and Repealing Certain Portions Thereof. 22. No. 99-0. Amendment to the Calhoun County Zoning Ordinance removing the words “and rebuilding” from C-1 Commercial District, Section 1310.5. Approved May 25, 1999. 23. No. 99-1. (NOTE: changes made-see Ordinance 2012-5) Subdivision Regulation Ordinance – Rules and regulations for the subdivisions of land in the unincorporated area of Calhoun County, Iowa. Approved May 25, 1999. 24. No. 2000-1. Amendment to the Calhoun County Zoning Ordinance adding: “Bed and Breakfast” as a principle use in R-3 Residential clarification. Approved June 27, 2000. 25. No. 2001-1. Calhoun County Zoning Ordinance for the Unincorporated Area of Calhoun County. Approved March 20, 2001.
26. No. 2001-2. An Ordinance Establishing the County Supervisor Districts and Election Precincts. Approved October 2, 2001. 27. No. 2003-1. An Ordinance Authorizing Industrial Real Estate Tax Credits Amending Ordinance 85-2 28. No. 2003-2. An Ordinance Readopting the Existing County Code and Repealing Certain Portions Therein, Calhoun County, Iowa. Approved November 4, 2003. 29. No. 2004-1. An Ordinance Establishing a School Infra-Structure Local Option Sales and Services Tax Applicable to Transaction within Calhoun County. Approved March 2, 2004. 30. No. 2004-2. An Ordinance Prohibition against Motor Vehicles on County Trails. Approved April 6, 2004. 31. No. 2004-3. RAGBRAI Sales of Food and Other Merchandise. Approved July 6, 2004. 32. No. 2004-4. Railroad Crossing Ordinance Regulating the Blocking of a Road for the Purpose of Loading Grain Cars. Approved November 30, 2004. 33. No. 2005-1. An Ordinance Designating an Urban Revitalization District for Commercial Tax Abatement – Knoke District. 34. No. 2005-2. An Ordinance Designating an Urban Revitalization District for Commercial Tax Abatement – Rands District. 35. No. 2005-3. Calhoun County Reprecincting Ordinance – Three Readings were held and Approved November 29, 2005. 36. No. 2006-1. Zoning Ordinance to Limit Height of Objects around an Airport. Approved April 11, 2006. 37. No. 2008-1. An Ordinance Establishing a Local Option Sales and Services Tax Applicable to Transactions Within the Incorporated Areas of Farnhamville, Jolley, Knierim, Lake City, Lohrville, Manson, Pomeroy, Rinard, Rockwell City, Somers and Yetter of Calhoun County. 38. No. 2008-2. An Ordinance Readopting the Existing County Code and Repealing Certain Portions Therein, Calhoun County, Iowa. 39. No. 2009-1 An Ordinance establishing a Local Option Sales and Services Tax applicable to transactions within the unincorporated areas of Calhoun County and The Calhoun County portion of the City of Lytton. 40. No. 2009-2 An Ordinance to Abate Nuisance of Dangerous or Abandoned Buildings for the Unincorporated Area of Calhoun County. 41. No. 2010-1. Ordinance for Purchase of Tax Sale Certificates on Abandoned Property, Vacant Lots and Nuisance Properties 42. No. 2010-2. An Ordinance Regulating Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS) 43. No. 2010-3. Health Rules and Regulations-Sewage 44. No. 2011-1. Weapons Ordinance (did not pass) 45. No. 2011-2. An Ordinance Establishing the County Supervisor Districts and Election Precincts 46. No. 2012-1. An Ordinance Prohibiting the Unlawful Use of Engine and Compression Brakes 47. No. 2012-2. An Ordinance Amending the Rands District Urban Revitalization Plan 48. No. 2012-3. An Ordinance Amending the Knoke District Urban Revitalization Plan 49. No. 2012-4. RAGBRAI Sales of food and other merchandise 50. No. 2012-5. Changes to Ordinance #991, Subdivision Regulation Ordinance 51. No. 2013-1. An Ordinance Prohibiting Parking on Twin Lake Road From 210th Street to the North Line of Van Wyngarden’s Addition 52. No. 2013-2. An Ordinance Providing for the Division of Taxes Levied on Taxable Property in the Calhoun County 2013 Urban Renewal Area, Pursuant to Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa. 53. No. 2013-3. An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the County of Calhoun by Adding Chapter 2013-3 Pertaining to Social Host 54. No. 2013-4. An Ordinance Prohibiting the Unlawful Use of Engine and Compression Brakes (“Jake Brake Ordinance”) Section 3. Code of Ordinance. Copies of the code as adopted herein shall be on file and available for public inspection in the office of the county auditor. Section 4. When effective. The Calhoun County Board of Supervisors will hold the public hearing Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. in the Calhoun County Courthouse Boardroom. This Ordinance shall be effective after the final passage, approval, and publication as provided by law.
DECEMBER 4, 2013
COURTHOUSE NEWS Section 26-88-33; & 0.09 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 Section 26-88-33. No Rev. Thomas B. Vanalstine (Van Alstine) & Carla Vanalstine (Van Alstine) to Justin W. Johnson, Lt. 11, Lowry Sub., Farnhamville. Rev. $134.40. Judi C. Drum to Mark E. Schleisman & Melissa A. Schleisman, S1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 4 Ac. Tr.-498.36’ x 349.63’, Section 2288-34. Rev. $975.20. Debra Drum to Mark E. Schleisman & Melissa A. Schleisman, S1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 4 Ac. Tr.-498.36’ x 349.63’, Section 2288-34. No Rev. Douglas Drum to Mark E. Schleisman & Melissa A. Schleisman, S1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 4 Ac. Tr.-498.36’ x 349.63’, Section 2288-34. No Rev. Pamela Dupre & Paul Dupre to Mark E. Schleisman & Melissa A. Schleisman, S1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 4 Ac. Tr.-498.36’ x 349.63’, Section 2288-34. No Rev. Bonnie Bothwell & Yvonne M. Bothwell to Patricia A. Martin, Marsha K. Ireland, Robert J. Bothwell, James W. Bothwell, Thomas E. Bothwell, Mary E.
O’Hearn, Michelle M. Beagle, & Yvonne M. Bothwell Life Estate, S1/2 NE1/4 Section 16-87-32; N1/2 NE1/4 SE1/4 Section 16-87-32; 27.76 Ac. Tr.-Lt. A, NW FRL1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 07-87-32; 5.91 Ac. Tr.-Lt. A, NE1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 07-87-32; 5.91 Ac. Tr.-Lt. A, SE1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 0787-32; & 29.65 Ac. Tr., SW FRL1/4 NW FRL1/4 Section 07-87-32. No Rev. PM Mullen Farms, LLC to Brent E. Scharn & Kevin J. Scharn, S1/2 SE1/4 Section 30-89-34. Rev. $1279.20. Paul E. Coon & Linda J. Coon to Lynn Mohr, Lt. A, NE1/4 SE1/4 Section 32-87-31. Rev. $261.60. Trent Lynn Blair & Dee Ann Blair to Byron Petzenhauser & Colleen Petzenhauser, E1/2 SE1/4 Section 26-87-33. Rev. $1215.20. Lynn F. Dewall to Steven E. Brown, S. 50’ Lt. 10, Blk. 4, Original Town, Pomeroy. Rev. $31.20. Quit claim deed: Harold E. Larson & Eldora L. Larson to Bill Larson, Barbara Drury, & Harold E. Larson Life Estate, E. 122’ of W. 232’ of N. 114’ Lt. B, OL 4, NE1/4 Section 12-89-
Brown Probate Notice NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DOROTHY JUNE BROWN, Deceased. PROBATE NO. ESPR501785 To all persons interested in the Estate of Dorothy June Brown, Deceased, who died on or about November 12, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 21st day of November, 2013, the last will and testament of Dorothy June Brown, deceased, bearing the date of the 21st day of June, 2005, was admitted to probate in the above-named court and that Richard DeWayne Brown was appointed Executor of the Estate. Any action to set aside the Will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the Will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be for- ever 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 abovenamed 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 21st day of November, 2013. Richard DeWayne Brown 8210 E. Berridge Lane Scottsdale, AZ. 85250 Executor of the Estate Jack R. Gray, GRAY & GIDEL, Attorneys at Law Attorney for the Executor 423 Court Street, P.O. Box 266 Rockwell City, IA. 50579 Date of second publication 4th day of December, 2013
Stearns Probate Notice NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROBERT P. STEARNS, Deceased. PROBATE NO. ESPR501787 To all persons interested in the Estate of Robert P. Stearns, Deceased, who died on or about August 1, 2013: You are hereby notified that on 27th day of November, 2013, the last will and testament of Robert P. Stearns, deceased, bearing the date of the 24th day of June, 2013 was admitted to probate in the above-named court and that Gisela M. Stearns and Neuberger Berman Trust Company N.A. was appointed Executor of the Estate. Any action to set aside the Will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the Will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be for- ever 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 abovenamed 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 this27th day of November, 2013. Gisela M. Stearns and Neuberger Trust Company N.A. 270 Gold Canyon Drive, Palm Desert, CA 92211; and 605 Third Ave., New York, NY 10158; respectively Executor of the Estate David D. Gidel, GRAY & Gidel, Attorneys at Law Attorney for the Executor 423 Court Street, P.O. Box 266 Rockwell City, IA 50579 Date of second publication 11th day of December, 2013
Rockwell City-Lytton CSD Rockwell City-Lytton CSD 11/22/2013 03:57 PM OCTOBER PREPAID Vendor Name, Description.................... Amount Checking Account ID, 1..........Fund Number, 10 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL DIABETIC CONFERENCE CENTER...............................................45.00 ELMO USA CORP, Spec Ed Supplies.......56.66 SOUTHSIDE GROCERY, ELP SUPPLIES...................................223.27 Fund Number, 10.....................................324.93 Rockwell City-Lytton CSD 11/22/2013 03:56 PM Vendor Name, Description.................... Amount Checking Account ID, 1..........Fund Number, 10 AERCOR WIRELESS, INC, Transportation Supplies........................43.25 AMES ENVIRONMENTAL INC., INSPECTOR REFRESHER COURSE....................250.00 ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO., MILK FOR ELP....................................82.98 CALHOUN COUNTY REMINDER, SNOW REMOVAL BIDS.......................36.25 CARLSON AUTO BODY & REPAIR LLC, PARTS................................................835.56 CARROLL REFUSE SERVICE, ROLL OFF-LYTTON........................1,234.57 CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING, INC, CREDIT..............................................327.90 CITY OF ROCKWELL CITY, WATER/SEWAGE............................1,285.91 CLARK, CLIVE, MILEAGE TO CONFERENCE...............................74.33 DOMINO CHEVROLET, INC, PARTS.......56.99 FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC., Instructional Supplies..........................176.56 FRANCK & SEXTRO, P.L.C., LEGAL.......63.50 GOLDEN BUCKLE LUMBER, BASEBALL SHED SUPPLIES............113.28 GRAINGER, BATTERY...........................192.20 HODES CO., REPAIR KIT.........................42.50 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY, SUPPLIES........70.97 IA PRISON INDUSTRIES, Playground Equipment.......................784.30 IOWA CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEXTBOOKS VESS........279.00 IOWA OFFICE SUPPLY, MAINT CONTRACT...........................466.14 ISCA, Counselor Supplies.......................100.00 JANITOR’S CLOSET, SUPPLIES...........975.45 LARSEN ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE, MOTOR AND INTALLING...............1,589.59 LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC, SUPPLIES..........................................106.22 LYTTON TOWN CRIER, MINUTES/ BIDS/VACANCIES/BILLS...................159.70 MARCO, MAINT CONTRACT.................210.18 MARTIN HILDRETH CO. INC, WINTERIZE FOOTBALL FIELD.........125.00 MIDAMERICA PUBLISHING CORP, OCT. BILLS...........................................67.41 MOHR SAND, GRAVEL & CONST, LLC,
SHED AT BASEBALL FIELD.............255.75 NEW OPPORTUNITIES, INC, GOLD SLOTS.....................................334.40 NORTHWEST EVALUATION ASSOC, MAP TESTING PRIMARY GRADES.......1,512.00 O’HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL, PARTS................................................702.14 PETZENHAUSER, COLLEEN, COUNSELOR CONFERENCE.............94.08 PIONEER RANDUSTRIAL, FIELD PAINT......................................296.10 PRAIRIE LAKES AREA EDUCATION A, PERSONALIZED ENVELOPES........193.54 REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY, BUS PASS-MACHOVEC......................23.00 RIEMAN MUSIC, MS Band Resale.........204.96 ROCKWELL CITY ROTARY CLUB, TITAN FLAGS.....................................240.00 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS DONATIONS, BOOK PURCHASED BY AUDREY GRAY ............................598.74 SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, Instructional Supplies............................77.67 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS, PAINT...................67.45 SNAP ON TOOLS CORPORATION, TOOLS.....................50.25 SOUTHSIDE GROCERY, ELP SUPPLIES...................................284.59 STAR ENERGY, FUEL.........................3,294.98 SWANSON HARDWARE, SUPPLIES.....300.62 TRACY, TRAVIS, MILES TO FT DODGE FOR VESS.....................197.75 UNITYPOINT HEALTH TRINITY REG. MEDICAL CENTER, DRUG TESTING...................................30.00 VAN METER, REPAIR PARTS................254.07 Fund Number, 10................................18,761.83 Checking Account ID, 1..........Fund Number, 22 EMC INSURANCE, DEDUCT. FOR LEE ATTORNEY FEES..........................1,000.00 Fund Number, 22..................................1,000.00 Checking Account ID, 1..........Fund Number, 33 EARTH STONE MASONRY, WORK ON LYTTON CONCESSION STAND........775.00 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY, WATER COOLER...........................1,099.00 Fund Number, 33..................................1,874.00 Checking Account ID, 2.........Fund Number, 61, SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND A & P FOOD EQUIPMENT, PURCHASED SERVICE..................1,692.24 ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO., DAIRY PRODUCTS........................3,750.28 EARTHGRAINS COMPANY, BREAD PRODUCTS..........................726.29 KECK, INC., COMMODITY FREIGHT..................1,261.03 LARSEN ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE, NEW DISPOSAL.............................1,054.34 MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO., FOOD SUPPLIES..........................14,562.53 SOUTHSIDE GROCERY, SUPPLIES.......15.02 Fund Number, 61................................23,061.73
33; & E. 122’ of W. 232’ of N. 114’ Lt. B, OL 4, Moody & Davy Addn., Pomeroy. No Rev. Jason G. Carver to Lawrence Cronin & Diane Cronin, Undiv. 1/2 interest N1/2 SW1/4 Section 22-8732. No Rev. (2) Lawrence Cronin & Diane Cronin to Jason G. Carver, Undiv. 1/2 interest S1/2 SE1/4 Ex. Parcel A-11.02 Ac. Tr., Section 25-87-32. No Rev. Hugh Briggs & Kathryn Briggs to Linda Hanks, Kristine Davis, Paulette Ringgenberg, Debra McKenney, & Hugh Briggs Life Estate, W1/2 NE1/4 Section 26-8733; W1/2 SE1/4 Section 26-87-33; & NW1/4 Ex. Parcel A-28.18 Ac. Tr., Section 25-87-33. No Rev. Jon A. Peters to Jon A. Peters Rev. Trust, W1/2 S1/2 SE1/4 NE1/4 Section 07-89-31; N1/2 SE1/4 NE1/4 Section 07-89-31; & NE1/4 NE1/4 Ex. 6.08 Ac. Tr., Section 0789-31. No Rev. TF 08 CCSB, LLC & Tristan Frank to Iowa Property Receiver, LLC, Lts. 1-4, S1/2 Ex. W. 20’ Lt. 11, & Pt. Vacated Alley, Blk. 6, Original Town, Rockwell City. No Rev. (2) Court officer deed: Warren A. Holm Estate & Elaine Aden, Executor to Anthony Holm, 320’ Tr. Ex. 160’ x 150’ Tr., NE1/4 SE1/4 Section 30-87-34. No Rev. Eileen Ferguson Estate, Robert P. Ferguson, Executor, & Kathy Anderson, Executor to Marion E. Prill, 180.3’ x 90’ Tr., SW1/4 Section 07-86-33. Rev. $143.20. Trustee’s deed: David A. Madsen, Trustee & David A. Madsen Rev. Trust to Neil D. Gadbury, Parcels TB, U, & VA, Stein’s 4th Addn., Section 27-8932. (Use of Lt. N & Dock; & Utility Easement & Protective Covenants) Real estate contract: Susan Mohr & Richard D. Mohr to Glenn L. Wuebker & Andrea J. Wuebker, N. 40 Ac. Tr. of S. 50 Ac. Tr., NW1/4 Section 14-87-33. Lease: Michael William Alrichs to
Robert Sage & Sandra Sage, NW1/4 Section 19-89-32. (Share Crop Lease Agreement) Mortgage: Melody A. Collins & Lawrence D. Pitstick to United Bank of Iowa, Lt. 18, Blk. 2, Brower’s 2nd Addn., Rockwell City. Danny Morrow to United Bank of Iowa, 2 Ac. Tr. Ex. Lt. A-0.4 Ac. Tr. & Ex. Lt. B-0.728 Ac. Tr., Section 07-86-33. Justin W. Johnson & Korryn Johnson to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. & First American Bank, Lt. 11, Lowry Sub., Farnhamville. Mark E. Schleisman & Melissa A. Schleisman to United Bank of Iowa, S1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 4 Ac. Tr.-498.36’ x 349.63’, Section 22-88-34. Assignment of mortgage: Bank of America, NA to Kathryn R. Bell & Melody Lee Bell, 5.37 Ac.-Lt. A, S1/2 SW1/4 Section 3488-32. Mortgage release: CitiFinancial, Inc. & CitiMortgage, Inc. to Jason M. Jones, W. 60’ Lt. 1 & N. 25’ of W. 60’ Lt. 2, Blk. 6, 1st Addn., Manson. United Bank of Iowa to Trent L. Ellis, 0.03 Ac., Lt. A, Gov’t. Lt. 2, Section 04-88-33; & 3.06 Ac., Lt. A, Gov’t. Lt. 3, Section 04-88-33. United Bank of Iowa to James D. Dick & Patricia K. Dick, 2 Ac.40 x 8 Rods Ex. 0.4 Ac.-Lt. A, & Ex. 0.728 Ac.-Lt. B, SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 07-86-33.
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Public Hearing NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE ROCKWELL CITY-LYTTON AND SOUTHERN CAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICTS: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing to allow input on the Child Internet Protection Act. The Rockwell City-Lytton and Southern Cal Boards of Directors will hear comments at a public hearing to begin at 7:00 o’clock p.m. on Monday, December 16, 2013, at the SCC Middle School Media Center, 1000 Tonawanda St, Rockwell City, Iowa. Dated this 27th day of November, 2013. Submitted by Carol A Collins, Board Secretary
Board of Supervisors Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Tuesday, November 19, 2013 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Nicholson and Hoag, Sr. Absent: Jacobs Agenda additions: none It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion carried. The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion carried. Ron Haden, Engineer, and Steve Goins, Assistant to the Engineer, met with the Board to update them on Secondary Road projects. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve Underground Permit #28-2013 for Mediacom to replace 150’ of fiber cable on the east side Section 6, Sherman township. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the Application and Permit for Snowmobile Trail Grooming within Calhoun County Secondary Road Right-of-Way for the 2013-2014 Snowmobile Season. Ayes all. Motion carried. Joan Wagner, Assessor, met with the Board to review the Development Agreement and Tax Increment Payments for Al’s Corner Oil Company. The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County Iowa met at the Courthouse, Rockwell City, Iowa, on November 19, 2013, at 10:30 o’clock a.m. The Chairperson presided and the roll being called, the following named Supervisors were present and absent: Present: Gary Nicholson and Dean G. Hoag, Sr. Absent: Scott Jacobs. Supervisor Hoag, Sr. introduced the resolution next hereinafter set out and moved its adoption, seconded by Supervisor Nicholson; and after due consideration thereof by the Board, the Chairperson put the question upon the adoption of the resolution, and the roll being called, the following named Supervisors voted: Ayes: Nicholson and Hoag, Sr. Whereupon, the Chairperson declared said resolution duly adopted, as follows: RESOLUTION NO. 2013-36 To fix a date of meeting at which it is proposed to approve a Development Agreement with Al’s Corner Oil Company, including tax increment payments in an amount not to exceed $300,000 WHEREAS, Calhoun County, Iowa (the “County”), pursuant to and in strict compliance with all laws applicable to the County, and in particular the provisions of Chapter 403 of the Code of Iowa, has adopted an Urban Renewal Plan for the Calhoun County 2013 Urban Renewal Area (the “Urban Renewal Area”); and WHEREAS, this Board has adopted an ordinance providing for the division of taxes levied on taxable property in the Urban Renewal Area pursuant to Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa and establishing the fund referred to in Subsection 2 of Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa, which fund and the portion of taxes referred to in that subsection may be irrevocably pledged by the County for the payment of the principal and interest on indebtedness incurred under the authority of Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa to finance or refinance in whole or in part projects in the Urban Renewal Area; and WHEREAS, the County proposes to enter into an agreement (the “Development Agreement”) with Al’s Corner Oil Company (the “Company”) with respect to the development of a commercial truck stop in the Urban Renewal Area; and WHEREAS, under the Development Agreement the County would provide financial incentives to the Company in the form of incremental property tax payments in an amount not to exceed $300,000 under the authority of Section 403.9(1) of the Code of Iowa; and WHEREAS, it is necessary to set a date for a public hearing on the Development Agreement, pursuant to Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa;
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County, Iowa, as follows: Section 1. This Board shall meet on the 3rd day of December, 2013, at 10:30 o’clock a.m., at the Courthouse, Rockwell City, Iowa, at which time and place proceedings will be instituted and action taken to approve the Development Agreement and to authorize the incremental property tax payments in a total amount not exceeding $300,000. Section 2. The County Auditor is hereby directed to give notice of the proposed action, the time when and place where the meeting will be held, by publication at least once not less than four days and not more than twenty days before the date of said meeting in a legal newspaper of general circulation in the County. Said notice shall be in substantially the following form: NOTICE OF MEETING FOR APPROVAL OF DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH AL’S CORNER OIL COMPANY AND AUTHORIZATION OF TAX INCREMENT PAYMENTS The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County, Iowa, will meet at the Courthouse, Rockwell City, Iowa, on the 3rd day of December, 2013, at 10:30 o’clock a.m., at which time and place proceedings will be instituted and action taken to approve a Development Agreement between the County and Al’s Corner Oil Company with respect to the development of a commercial truck stop in the Calhoun County 2013 Urban Renewal Area, which Agreement provides for certain financial incentives in the form of incremental property tax payments in a total amount not exceeding $300,000, as authorized by Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa. The Agreement to make incremental property tax payments will not be a general obligation of the County, but will be payable solely and only from incremental property tax revenues generated within the Calhoun County 2013 Urban Renewal Area. At the meeting, the Board will receive oral or written objections from any resident or property owner of the County. Thereafter, the Board may, at the meeting or at an adjournment thereof, take additional action to approve the Development Agreement or may abandon the proposal. This notice is given by order of the Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County, Iowa, in accordance with Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa. Section 3. All resolutions or parts of resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 4. This resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its adoption and approval, as provided by law. Passed and approved November 19, 2013 Jim Henkenius, CFO (Chief Financial Officer) for Stewart Memorial Hospital, and Jane Moeller, Pharmacy Director, met with the Board concerning updating the Memorandum of Understanding between Calhoun County and Stewart Memorial Community Hospital for one year. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the Memorandum. Ayes all. Motion carried. Scott Jacobs joined by telephone. John Torberg, Director of Iowa Drainage District, met with the Board to review the report of the association railroad cases and legislation. Also present was: Wayne Dowling, Drainage Clerk. Scott Jacobs left the meeting by telephone. The hearing for JT DD #35-37 Calhoun and Pocahontas was held at the KC Hall, Fonda, IA, to review the Proposed Open Ditch Repairs Engineer’s Report. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to adjourn until Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at 9:00 am for their regular Board meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Gary Nicholson, Chairman Judy Howrey, Auditor Dean G. Hoag, Sr., Vice Chairman Scott Jacobs
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United Bank of Iowa to James D. Dick, 2 Ac.-40 x 8 Rods Ex. 0.4 Ac.Lt. A, & Ex. 0.728 Ac.-Lt. B, SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 07-86-33. Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA to Steier Schmerse, Inc., N FRL1/2 Ex. Parcels A & B, Section 18-89-34. City Bank & Trust Co. to Dean Hoag, Jr. & Mary T. Hoag, Lt. 6, Country Club Addn., Manson. Wells Fargo Bank, NA to Harold J. Junkman & Delores A. Junkman, N. 3’ Ex. E. 10’ Lt. 12 & Lt. 13 Ex. E. 10’, Blk. 1, Willey’s 1st Addn., Manson. Wells Fargo Bank, NA to Pomeroy Rental, LLC, 100’ x 100’ Tr. Lt. 4, Blk. 42, 6th Addn., Pomeroy; Lt. 1 Ex. W. 50’ aka E. 90’ Lt. 1, Blk. 5, Original Town, Pomeroy; Lts. 6 & 7, Blk. 6, Original Town, Pomeroy; Lts. 7 & 8, Blk. 2, Original Town, Pomeroy; & E. 50’ Lts. 5 & 6, Blk. 2, Original Town, Pomeroy. Power Coop Employees Credit Union to Melody A. Collins & Lawrence D. Pitstick. (Incorrect Mortgage Number Listed) Release of state tax lien: Iowa Department of Revenue to Ultimate Powerwashers, Inc. Iowa Department of Revenue to Larry D. Waters. Iowa Department of Revenue to Scott Halvorsen.
The Graphic-Advocate Iowa Department of Revenue to Andrew Macke. (2) Power of attorney: Hugh C. Briggs to Kristine Davis, Debra McKenney, Linda Hanks, & Paulette Ringgenberg. Plat of survey: Jeffrey M. Krueger, Surveyor to Nick Baskerville, West Line, E1/2 NE1/4 Section 15-89-34. Jeffrey M. Krueger, Surveyor to Mary Lavonne Horecka Rev. Trust, West Line, 50.36 Ac., W1/2 Section 15-89-31. Miscellaneous: Tristan Frank & Christine Frank to TF 08 CCSB, LLC, Lts. 1-4, S1/2 Ex. W. 20’ Lt. 11, & Pt. Vacated Alley, Blk. 6, Original Town, Rockwell City. (Statement of Authority) (2) Afﬁdavit: Eldon Lee Finley & Gail Finley to City of Lohrville, Tr. & Vacated Road in OL 8, S1/2 Section 11-8632. (Open Burning Site) Paul Trotter to Richard Walter Trotter, Trustee, Mary Irene Trotter, Trustee, Trotter Family Trust, Kathleen Trotter, Trustee, & Paul Trotter, Trustee, 1770’ x 968’ Tr., NE1/4 Section 05-86-33; & W1/2 NW FRL1/4 Ex. 367’ x 525’ Tr. Lts. 5 & G, Section 10-86-33. (Clears Title & No Inheritance Tax Due) Norman Wiemers, Sr. to Sandra Wiemers, W1/2 N. 82’ of S. 140’ Lt. 8, Blk. 11, Willey’s 3rd Addn., Manson. (Spouse)
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A special event to focus on the heart of the Christmas message, by telling the story of the birth of Jesus in the manger, through the viewing of an extensive collection of nativity sets, pictures, jewelry, tapestries and various items will be creatively displayed Saturday and Sunday, December 7 and 8. Over 300 items have been shared by local residents to help usher in the Advent season at the Lanesboro Community United Methodist Church.
Saturday, December 7 - 9am-5pm Sunday, December 8 - 11am-5pm A Special treat both days will be the church’s puppets ministry performing “The Real Christmas Story” each afternoon at 2pm Complimentary refreshments will be served.
This event is free to all. In the spirit of helping those in need, a donation of an item for the Lake City Food Pantry will be accepted. Santa will also be making a stop at Esther’s Station on Main Street in Lanesboro, on Sunday, December 8 from 3 to 4:30pm with cookies and hot chocolate. Get your picture taken with Santa.
CENTRAL SCHOOL REMEMBERS December, 1978 35 Years Ago Operation Sky Scan, the nation’s ﬁrst state-wide infrared thermo gram program, will resume in Iowa again as soon as nighttime temperatures regularly drop below 30 degrees Fahrenheit. The purpose of the program is to identify those homes and other buildings which give the appearance of being poorly insulated so that their owners can take steps to add insulation and eliminate energy waste. The Chancel Choir of the Lake City Union Church, under the direction of Audrey Williams will present the Christmas musical drama “Amahl and the Night Visitors” by GianCarlo Mennotti. The cast includes Missy Huffman as Amahl, Maurine Rich as his mother, King Kaspan, Ted Janssen; King Melchior, John Thiezen; King Balthazan, Randy Larson; the Page, Steve O’Connor; The Dancer, Donita Smith. The chorus of shepherds and villagers, Mary Maruska, Karen Packer, Sally Winter, Marcia Grenawalt, Joy Angove, Pam Dial, Lynda Davis, Denise Morrow, Vernie Sharkey, Joan Miller, Flonda Jones, Kaye Huffman, Karen Wilkinson, Sharon Richardson, Betty Yunek, Marg Semke, Ken Wilkinson, Alan Lauver, Tom Loeck, Chuck Clayton, Brian Davis, David Willis, and Dwight Grenawalt. New license plates began appearing on Iowa motor vehicles December 1 and the change in the appearance from the old plates is markedly different. With the new plates, the familiar numbers designating the counties in Iowa have disappeared. The county’s name is now recorded on the bottom of the plate. The new plates are white lettering raised on a green background, purportedly enhancing visibility. Mrs. Pauline Friedel returned home last Monday from a two week trip to Florida, she was accompanied
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The change of plan resulted from information give by Ron Haden, county engineer, to the supervisors, that the representative of the Communications Workers of America, which represents the county’s secondary roads department workers, is asserting that the new fee would violate the conditions of the collective bargaining agreement. The bargaining agreement as written sets the amount that the employee will pay for health insurance as a set dollar amount rather than what the employer would pay or what each would pay as a percentage of the total. There was still some disagreement by supervisors of whether the new fee could be considered an insurance premium as discussed in the collective bargaining agreement. However, there was no desire expressed to go through a grievance process. Haden said that the cost over the six months remaining in the current contract is estimated at $23,000 for all of the employees of the county, with about $8,000 for secondary roads workers, the only county workers represented by a labor organization and covered under a collective bargaining agreement. July 1 is the start of the ﬁscal year, when the new and as yet unknown insurance rate goes into effect and when the new collective bargaining agreement begins. Supervisors have traditionally based beneﬁts
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She said, “Jeff Kruse said, ‘What do you guys think? We’re thinking about stopping doing ﬂu clinics in the schools,’ and the other schools said, “We don’t want to quit doing that.’ Southeast Webster, which happened to be at that meeting also, said, We have such a high population of students in poverty who will never get shots and everybody will get sick.’ None of the administrators at that meeting were thinking of stopping school shots.” Regarding the potential for not having the program in the future, Mohr said, “If we don’t do shots in schools, I feel it sets up barriers for those most in need, but I won’t push
by her sister and niece. They visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wrey Hammond at Barrington, Florida and with Mr. and Mrs. John Lee at Largo, Florida. They stopped at Plains, Georgia on their return trip. Kiwanians met Monday for their weekly meeting and toured Lynn Dobson’s new plant which houses his organ building operation. He recently completed renovation of the former Snyder implement building on the northeast corner of the city square and moved his unique business to that location. City residents have the opportunity to select the color, or colors, for the new water tower to be constructed in 1979. The city council decided at their December 18 meeting on this approach. They will accept recommendations until February 1, 1979. A special blank appears in this issue of the Graphic for this purpose. Guests Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. Walter Kraft for a potluck supper were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kraft and son Ronnie of Manson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kraft of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Remsburg and Jodi of Lohrville and Mrs. and Mrs. Gary Kraft and family. Mrs. Kraft returned home with the Delbert Krafts Sunday and they were guests in the home of Mrs. Charlotte Abrahams’ of Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kraft and Mrs. Walter Kraft were Monday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kennedy at Farnhamville. Mrs. Kraft received phone calls from both Leo and Robert Krafts. Premium Ground Beef, $1.39 LB.; Farmland Bacon, 1.39 LB.; Pringles, 69c — Jerry’s Foodland. December, 1953 60 Years Ago Large numbers of interested citizens in Calhoun, Jackson and Lake Creek townships have attended the school reorganizational meetings which have been held in Lake City for non-contract workers on what the contract workers get. Insurance payments are made a month before the coverage period so payment for January through June insurance would be paid December through May. Judy Howrey, county auditor, pointed out that about $30,000 in other unbudgeted expense due in the present ﬁscal year already creates the need for a budget amendment session. Haden said he has contacted other counties about the situation asking how fees will be paid. In eight, it would all be paid by the employer, in two the cost would be split in accordance with the contract and three counties are undecided. The supervisors all indicated that they don’t want to treat the noncontract workers differently than the contract workers. “We deﬁnitely don’t want a separation. We don’t want to treat different employees differently,” Supervisor Dean Hoag said. Regarding a request by the CWA that negotiations for the next contract begin in December, Steve Goins, secondary roads supervisor, said, “We’re not going to be able to negotiate in December and get anything done. It’ll be February before we know anything about our insurance rates.” Supervisor Scott Jacobs said, “Since, I’ve been here, secondary roads workers have been reasonable about contract negotiations. There haven’t been any outlandish demands.” to stay in that school. I don’t feel wanted there.” Mohr strongly objected to a statement by school board member Ron Maulsby about a mother of the erroneously vaccinated child accusing the public health department and the school of treating her ‘horribly.’ “This woman came to my ofﬁce and told me she was very sorry, none of that was true. Neither she nor her husband stated she was treated horribly by our staff,” Mohr said. Another objection Mohr had with the article was that there was no mention in the article of the fact that no one from public health was present at the meeting being covered to respond to allegations.
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during this past week. Among the college students spending the Thanksgiving holidays in their respective homes here were Mary Jo Hobart, Arlene Nichols, Dick Doty, Dick Zickefoose, Bill Snyder, Jack Colvig, Kirk Colvig, Jim McCaulley, Gary Chapman, Marilyn Dowling, Barbara Dowling, Rachel Bernau, Wendell Johnston, Duane Tubbs, Don Bunker, Dorothy Howe, Donna O’Brien, Jim O’Brien, Lorraine Ihrke, Katherine Oxenford, Janice Brownell and Evelyn Laumbach. Ground Beef, 3 Lbs., 85c; Center Cut Pork Chops, Lb., 69c; Campbell’s Tomato Soup, 3 cans, 35c – Steig’s Clover Farm – Phone 16. Gabble Tattle Prattle — If you’ve been holding off buying a TV set because you’re waiting for color, don’t do it any longer. It will be at least three and maybe four years before the color TV will be available to the average buyer, and the ﬁrst sets on the market will have only about 12” screens. This dope is gleaned from statements I’ve read from top authorities in the business. In honor of the birthday anniversaries of their daughters, La Donna and Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson were hosts at a buffet supper in their home Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mrs. Clark Snyder, Robert Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams, Miss Delores Kirby and Henry Brom. Earlier in the week Kay entertained eight of her girl friends at supper and a skating party also in honor of the occasion. Gabble Tattle Prattle — Boley Sowers says he’s thinking of running his wife for congress in the next election since she’s so extra special good at introducing new bills in the house. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gass returned to Lake City last week end from Culver, Ind., where they were managers of the Three Sisters drivein café during the summer season. They expect to be here until after January 1st and are house guests in the Geo. Andrews home. Free Skate, Tuesday, Dec. 22, 7:30
P.M. for children under 12 years of age. Kids, while your parents are doing their last minute shopping, come to our free skating party. — Moonglo Rollerway — Paul, Karolyn, LuAnn. Paul Nessett, instructor in the local high school, received minor burns about the face and eyes Tuesday afternoon when an explosion occurred during an experiment he was conducting in general science class. He was taken to McVay Memorial hospital, where he was treated and released. Editor’s note: No students were harmed. The accident occurred in the laboratory while he was preparing the experiment to be done in the classroom. Mrs. Robert Carter was named ﬁrst place winner in the outdoor division of the decorating contest sponsored by the Lake City Chamber of Commerce and the Business and Professional Women’s club. She is being awarded the $15.00 cash prize. James Bruce received the second prize of $10.00 and Edwin Ricker third prize of $5.00. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Prather were welcomed into the Ministerial association Friday at dinner in the home of Rev. and Mrs. James B. Troxel. Others present were Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Ratz and Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Burns. Lanesboro — Two basketball games between Lanesboro and Mt. Carmel were played Friday evening at the annual homecoming in the Community building. Following the games, they met at the high school assembly room for the crowning of Lanesboro’s high school queen. The room was decorated in the festive colors with Christmas lights, bells and a lighted tree. Miss JoAnn Vincent, high school senior, was chosen queen and Jerry Wilson, also a senior, in behalf of the student council presented her with the crown. Her three attendants were Shirley Seeden, Bonnie Remsburg and Janice Holm. Following the crowning, the evening was spent in dancing and refreshments were served in the lunch room.
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2014 Calendars at Extension Office
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CONGREGATION Rev. Betty L. Weidert Wednesday, September 26: Please, to name a few. 7 p.m. Bell Gathering & Reach; Choir This class will be held at Iowa Thursday, September 27: 7 p.m. State University Extension and AA Meeting – Fellowship Outreach – Calhoun CountyHall Office September 30:from 10 a.m. on Sunday, December 17, 2013, 6:30 Worship; 11 a.m. Coffeeis 521 to 8:30 p.m. The address in Rockwell City. This 4th Street PILGRIM LUTHERAN program is listed through the DHS CHURCH online registry and provide you Craig S.will Zandi with 2 hours ofPastor nutrition education credit for the food program. Wednesday, September 26:Calhoun 9:30 a.m. Bible Study County Extension office at 712-297Thursday, September 27: 10:30 8611 to reserve your seat and geta.m. fee Pr. at Shadyreregistration Oaks; 7 p.m. Choir information. by Dec. 16 is required.Practice Saturday, September 29: 5:30 p.m. Worship/Communion Sunday, September 30: 8 a.m. Confirmation Classes; 9 a.m. Worship/Communion; 10 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Class
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10:30 a.m.BAPTIST Worship GRACE 329 E. 7th Street BARNUM Glidden 712-659-3893 CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 712-659-2304 Rev. R.E.CHURCH Hamilton, Pastor “The Prairie Church” Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 2 ½ miles SW of Barnum for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning James Davis, Pastor service;Sundays: 5:30 p.m. & Prayer; 9:15 Praise a.m. Worship 6 p.m. Evening Service FARNHAMVILLE
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Lake City – Rhonda Krause, 56, died Sunday, December 1, 2013 at p.m. Life Group Leader Training; 6 Shady Oaks Care Center in Lake p.m.Funeral Studentservices teams Training; City. will be 116:30 a.m. p.m. supper;December 7 p.m. Junior Highat Wednesday, 4, & 2013 School EPICin Lake City Lampe Funeral Home Sunday, 30: officiating 10 a.m. with Rev. September Craig Zandi Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship andwith burial be in Cottonwood Holywill Communion; 6 p.m. Cemetery. Visitation will with be one Contemporary Service hourHoly prior to the service at the Communion; 7:05 p.m. funeral home. Confirmation; Tape Ministry: Jane Rhonda is survived by her husband Glasnapp Delwin Krause and son Andrew FIRST Krause both PRESBYTERIAN of Glidden, daughter Pastor Wayne Amanda Krause of Pfannkuch, Des Moines, Pr four 9 a.m. Worship grandchildren Max Krause, Barrett 10 a.m. Sunday School Johnson, Spencer Krause and@Paige Emanuel-St. John Lutheran Krause, mother Mary Ausborn of Lake City, brother Alan (Deb) POMEROY Ausborn of Lake City, and sisters EVANGELICAL CONVENANT Rural Pomeroy Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday school; 10:15 Morning Worship
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Jean (Larry) Morgan of Norwalk, Sherry (Skeeter) Kohls of Lake City, Kathy (Rodney) Daiker of Auburn and Linda (John Grote) Pierson of Arcadia. She was preceded in death by her father Max Ausborn, Jr., and grandparents Max and Charlotte Ausborn, Sr., and Marian and Hetty Bodwell. Rhonda Lea (Ausborn) Krause was born on September 28, 1957 in Gunnison, Co to Mary (Bodwell) and Max (Gunther) Ausborn, Jr. She graduated from Lake City High School in 1976 and on June 26, 1976 Rhonda married Delwin Krause in Lake City. To leave an online condolence please visit: www. lampefuneralhome.com.
Ruby O’Connor, 90, of Davenport died Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at Genesis West, Davenport. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:00 am Tuesday, December 3rd, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, 417 Main St., Davenport. Interment will be in Saint Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, Lake City, Iowa. In Ruby’s memory, you may donate to Saint Anthony’s Care and Share program, or to a charity of your choice. Weerts Funeral Home, Davenport, is assisting her family with arrangements. Ruby was born Ruby Annette Berg in 1923 in Kandiohi County, Willmar, Minnesota to Andrew and Dema Berg. Ruby grew up in Swea City, Iowa, graduating from Swea City High School in 1940. During WWII, she served with the Marine Corps Women’s Reserve. She graduated from Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, Iowa, where she John J.of O’Connor, who the met University Northern Iowa too was a Buena Vista student and in Student Affairs. He is employed an “ex-GI.” On June 1, 1948, they in the University of Northern Iowa married in Storm Lake. Ruby earned Admissions Offi ce. her BS in Math and Science and after a three 2007 children, graduatethey of theWharff birth of istheir Urbandale High School and moved to Davenport in 1956, wherea 2011 started graduatetheir of the Universityand of they accounting management business, Northern Iowaconsulting with a bachelor’s “John Licensed degree J.in O’Connor, Communication. She Public Accountant, Professional is pursuing a master’s degree Corporation.” They retired in 1993, from the University of Northern after Ruby and JohnShe loved Iowa37inyears. Communication. is to travel. They spent many wonderful employed as a Graduate Assistant winters in South Padre Island, Texas. in the University of Northern In 2011, Ruby and John tookIowa the Communication Department. Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., to view the World War II Veterans Memorial. John died February 15, 2012. Ruby was past President of the the Variety Show this Sunday. We former Mercy Hospital Auxiliary; will furnish the bars and help set up served on the Mercy Hospital Board tables. of Directors for 16 years; served Jeremy Schaefer came Association to look over with the Iowa Hospital the electrical works and gave us apast bid as State Auxiliary leader; was of what it will cost to update it. He showed us several ways to do it and we had to choose, so voted to have his company come and do the work. It Lake will beCity sometime in October. – Pearl Stewart, 89, Every year we treat the25,County died Monday, November 2013 Supervisors to a dinner,Community so we all at Stewart Memorial brought covered they Hospital in Lakedishes City. and Funeral came at noon and it was a nice dinner services were at 11 a.m. Saturday, for them and30, us as2013 well. at Lampe November It’s getting to in the Lake end ofCity our with year Funeral Home being open. We’ve had a good Rev. Beth Harbaugh officiating. attendancewas of held people coming Visitation one hour priorjust to to go through andfuneral we have gotten the service at the home and severalwill projects had a good burial be at done. a laterWe date. board of workers and we all seem to Pearl is survived by her daughter enjoy it. Sherry (Vaughn) Toyne of Freeport, only thing(DeDee) that is coming up of is IL,The son Terry Stewart the Variety Show, hope you can Moreno Valley, CA,so 8 grandchildren, all come and enjoy that.and 2 great21 great-grandchildren We want to make She know was that great-grandchildren. we are ainCALHOUN preceded death by herCOUNTY parents, MUSEUM, justSamuel, a Rockwell City an infant sonnot John brothers museum, so we would like people from other towns to come and serve on the board. BIG THANKS to all who helped sit and work and just come and enjoyed the wonderful museum.
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On Nov. 25th, the Titan junior high boys “A” basketball squads traveled to Newell to take on Newell-Fonda. The Titan seventh grade boys rolled to a 49-31 victory. Chase McAlister led all scorers with 21 points. He was followed by Jerad Birks with 12, Matthew Clark had nine and Sam Musselman ﬁnished with eight. The eighth grade squad got off to a slow start but made things interesting before falling 57-45. The Titans were led by Tyler Jones with 17 points. Hunter Muhlbauer chipped in with 10 while Kyler Steinborn and Joey Schrage each had eight points. On Nov. 26, the “B” teams traveled
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to Boxholm to take on Southeast Webster-Grand. Both the seventh and eighth grade squads came up on the short end but everyone who played saw valuable playing experience. The seventh grade squad consisted of Bennett Lee, Jacy McAlexander, Colin Johnson, Kyle Poen, Mason Merkley, Austin Olberding, Jacob Nicholson, Nic Stelling, Kody Kutz and Andrew Westcott. The eighth graders consisted of Cameron Holst, Mitchell Clark, Sam Corey, Tanner Fistler, Jacob Heim, Jerad Campbell, Zac Batta, Colton Morenz, Jonathan Frantz and Cody Wiederin.
SCC Girls Varsity Basketball team takes down Storm Lake By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity girls basketball team got off to a great start to the 2013-14 campaign with a huge 59-21 victory over Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake Tuesday, Nov. 26. The Class 2A, No. 13 Titans outscored Storm Lake 16-2 in the ﬁrst eight minutes of play and led 23-8 at the half. “This win was a good way to start the season,” said SCC head coach Dave Birks. “Our defense was very good. We did a nice job of taking care of the ball. Our bench provided some quality minutes as well. As always, we have some things to work on but it was a nice opening game.” Haley Birks ﬁnished with 14 points and four blocked shots to lead the Titans in the win, while Tyffaney Toms added 12 points, six rebounds and two blocked shots in the victory. Scoring six points apiece in the win for the Titans were Kori Assman, Hannah Corey and Michaela Graffunder. Allison Birks added ﬁve points, Kellsie Knapp scored four, while Jadyn Khommanyvong and Cali Miller ﬁnished with three points apiece. Assman had a team-high seven rebounds and Graffunder had a game-high seven steals and six assists for SCC.
As a team, the Titans shot 45 percent from two-point range and were 38.6 pereent from the ﬂoor for the game. SCC ﬁnished 11-for22 from the free throw line. SCC’s defense held Storm Lake to 18 percent shooting for the game. SCC ﬁnished with 25 steals on the night and forced 38 Storm Lake turnovers. The Titans (1-0) are scheduled to play at Audubon Tuesday, Dec. 3, and at Pocahontas Area Friday, Dec. 6. The Titans home opener this season will be Tuesday, Dec. 10, in Rockwell City against Prairie Valley. JV girls pick up victory The SCC junior varsity girls defeated Storm Lake by a 51-18 ﬁnal Tuesday, Nov. 26, to open the season at 1-0 in Storm Lake. The Titans led 10-6 after the ﬁrst period and were up 23-8 at the half. Allison Birks led the Titans JV with 12 points while Kelsi Carlson had 10 poitns, Jadyn Khommanyvong scored eight and Myk Schoop and Cali Miller each had six in the win. Miller led in rebounds with six while Aliyah Taylor and Khommanyvong had ﬁve rebounds apiece. Shelby Kingery led the Titans JV in steals with foulr while she also had a team-high four assists. Miller ﬁnished with two steals and two assists for SCC’s JV.
SCC Jr High Girls Basketball team kicks off season with wins The Junior High Girls basketball teams got their season started with victories this past week. The teams traveled to St. Mary’s of Storm Lake and both came home with victories. In the 7th grade game the Titans won 36-19. Scoring in the game was Maddie Jones with 16 points, Heidi Hammen had 10, Kaylynn Kruckenberg scored six, while Riley Snyder, Keagan King and Anna McChesney ﬁnished with two points each. The 8th grade team won 30-21. Scoring in the game was Ellie Rastetter with eight points, Hannah Seil and Meghan Dietrich both had six, while Jessica Hicks, Kayla Schultz, Isabella Thompson, Grace Henkelman and Dezerae Blankenship all ﬁnished with two points. On Monday, Nov. 25th both teams played Newell-Fonda. The 7th grade played hard but lost a close contest 42-46. Scoring in the game was Maddie Jones with 28 points, Heidi Hammen scored nine, Keagan King scored two, Payton Steig ﬁnished with two, and Anna McChesney ﬁnished with one point. Coach Hartwig comments: “This was one of the better 7th grade
games I have ever seen, both teams got it up and down the ﬂoor and played aggressive.” The 8th grade team also lost to Newell-Fonda 25-33. Scoring in that game was Ellie Rastetter with 12 points, Meghan Dietrich had six, Jess Hicks, Kayla Schultz and Kim Daisy each scored two while Grace Henkelman scored one point. Hannah Seil had a big game on the boards with 11 rebounds. Playing their third game in three days the Titans took to the ﬂoor against SEW-G. The 7th grade team won 29-7. Leading the team in scoring was Maddie Jones with 10 points, Heidi Hammen scored nine, Kaylynn Kruckenberg ﬁnished with four, Anna McChesney scored four, and Keagan King ﬁnished with two points. Also seeing playing time in all three games were Amaliya McCaulley, Gracie King and Stephanie Stoos. The 8th grade team also ﬁnished their three game stretch with a win vs. SEW-G 25-12. Ellie Rastetter led the team in scoring with 15 points, Kim Daisy had four, Meghan Dietrich had four, and Jessica Hicks had two points.
Sam Spencer passes the ball to a teammate as the Titans faced Fort Dodge St. Edmond in the 2013 ICCC boys basketball jamboree Saturday, Nov. 30, in Fort Dodge. Photo by Doug Dornath.
SCC’s Ryan Daisy (53) goes up for a shot against Fort Dodge St. Edmond as the Titans took on the Gaels during the 2013 Iowa Central Community College boys basketball jamboree Saturday, Nov. 30, in Fort Dodge. Photo by Doug Dornath.
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South Central Calhoun’s Jake Petzenhauser (21) drives to the basket for two of his 12 points in a jamboree exhibition game held on the campus of Iowa Central Community College Nov. 30 in Fort Dodge. The Titans faced the St. Edmond Gaels and lost the exhibition by a 36-31 ﬁnal. Photo by Doug Dornath.
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Adaza Thursday Club’s December meeting will be a Christmas dinner on the 5th at noon in the meeting room of the Lohrville Library. Moni Moran and Jane Beschorner are hosting. Members attending are asked to bring a plate of cookies or sweets. Instead of a gift exchange, donations of money or non-perishable goods will be given to local food pantries. Following the meeting the club will be setting up their entry for the Festival of Trees sponsored by the Lohrville Friends of the Library. The public is invited to visit the colorful displays beginning on Friday the 6th of December from 9 am to 6 pm. It
will be open Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm. The next week you’re welcome to see the lights during regular Library hours: 9:30 am to 6 pm, except on Thursday when it closes at 1 pm. Annette Rossmanith’s birthday was on the 3rd of December – wonderful wishes to her! Kelly Schmitt of Englewood, CO, was a supper and overnight guest at Paul and Pat Schmitt’s on Nov. 24th. Belated Happy Thanksgiving wishes from all of us around Adaza! Anyone having an item for Adaza news may contact Pat Schmitt at 515-389-3737.
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Tom Hardaway stands below the new signage for his neighborhood.
DECEMBER 4, 2013
We hope that everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! We had fun decorating turkey cookies for a cookie social and we also ﬁlled our “turkey cups.” Earlier in the month we had painted cups and then glued feathers and faces on them. So we ﬁlled them with popcorn and candies to go by everyone’s setting for Thanksgiving. We also had a game of Turkey Bingo! Between the food and the games we were full and tired. It is hard to believe that Christmas is just around the corner. We have been getting ready for our annual Christmas party. We will be hosting our residents Christmas party on December 16, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. We
are looking forward to singing some carols with Bill and Linda Haeder. The kitchen will also be serving a supper for everyone to enjoy. I am so excited for the Christmas party. Myself along with the help of my fellow department heads have been working on fundraising the last few months so that we can buy each resident a gift to open the night of the party. So if you cannot join us for the party, just want to remind you that we have men’s coffee every Friday morning at 9:30. We also have tunes and treats every Tuesday at 2 p.m. and an ice cream social every Friday at 2 p.m. Stop in and see us! Jennifer Roberts~Activity Director
Thanksgiving was a good day to count our blessings. One of the blessings might be food! Do you like turkey with dressing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes with gravy, green bean casserole and pumpkin pie? Residents and guests enjoyed that delicious meal here at Sunnyview. Thank you to our kitchen staff! While we’re at it, let’s thank more people. Thank you to our Fire Department and Emergency Medical people. Thank you to our Rockwell City Police Department and Calhoun County Law Enforcement people. Thank you to our state troopers, who keep track of road conditions so we know whether we should go out - and then they help us when we go out anyway and manage to get ourselves into a bind. Where would we be without all of them? So, after your Thanksgiving meal, did you spend the rest of the day watching football on television? Maybe you were decking the halls or taking a nap in preparation for the midnight shopping on “black Friday.” Some stores may have started black Friday shopping during Thursday afternoon. Although it is a lot of work, there is an added beneﬁt of baking your own turkey – leftovers! After a few days of that, you may be ready for a change – how about baked ﬁsh, like they ﬁx here at Sunnyview. It always looks delicious. (By the way, do you know what the most expensive ﬁsh is? “Gold ﬁsh.”) The Sunnyview kitchen is busy during the holidays
- many Sunnyview residents invite their guests to join them here to eat. Do you remember where you were on December 7, 1941, the “day that will live in infamy?” What were you doing when you heard the radio broadcast that the United States had been attacked? We remember Pearl Harbor Day on Saturday. Also, we may reﬂect on the recent 50 year commemoration of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Many of us remember where we were when we heard the news. On a lighter note, those of us who are fans of the science ﬁction television series “Dr. Who” may remember that Nov. 23, 1963 was the airing of the ﬁrst episode. A traveler reported that the corn harvest is still going on in parts of eastern Iowa. We have heard of instances when certain ﬁelds were not harvested until the following spring. What is the latest harvest that you remember? Since Christmas is coming, that brings to mind the giving of gifts. Here is a gift-related story that we came across. An older and a younger man were the only survivors after a ship was lost during a terrible storm. The younger man bemoaned their fate on the tiny island, but the older man said, “It’s okay. We are certain to be found.” “How can you know that?” the younger man asked. The older man replied, “I give a lot of money every year to my alma mater and I pay a lot of taxes. Don’t worry. They’ll ﬁnd me.”
Meals served Dec. 9 through Dec. 13 at the Rockwell City Community Center (712)-297-7401. Monday – Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce. Broccoli, French Bread. Parmesan Cheese, Apricot Halves Tuesday – Roast Pork w/ Hamburger Bun, Baked beans, Rice Raisin Pudding, Raspberry
Lemonade Wednesday – Ham Loaf, Sweet Potatoes, Calico Corn, Strawberries Thursday – Chili w/Beans, Tangy Coleslaw, Corn Bread, Oranges & Pineapple Friday – Baked Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Green Peas, Raisin Applesauce, Tomato Juice
New signage adorns Shady Oaks neighborhoods
Here’s How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must ﬁll each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can ﬁgure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!
As you enter each of the Shady Oaks’ neighborhoods, it is now very clear which one you are entering. The new signage, crafted by Artistic Sign and Design out of Omaha, better represents the World Class look and feel that we strive for. The old signs were very small and dark, which made them hard to read, especially for the failing eyes that many older people have.
At inception, each neighborhood was named after a U.S. President. We continued this theme but made a minor change so that our Memory Support Household had a formal name; it is now called Madison Neighborhood. We are excited about this update and invite you to take a peek next time you are at Shady Oaks.
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My thought for the day is: I was thinking about how people seem to read the Bible a whole lot more as they get older. Then it dawned on me. They were cramming for their ﬁnals. This is from at Maunu’s computer. The Trivia Question is: In 1836 when Michigan became a state Iowa became a part of what newly created territory! I spent Thanksgiving in the home of my son Bob and Deb Knapp in Urbandale, a lot of my family was there from Manson, Prairie City; the Jeff Lane family was there as well. It was a lovely day and there was a lot of food. I am a Great Grandmother again; my granddaughter who lives in Albuquerque had a baby girl Clair Christine Bryant on November 27th! Happy Anniversary to Gary and Nila Spencer. Congratulation Spencer’s! Dorothy Siemann hosted her family for a Thanksgiving dinner; they came from Lake City, Des Moines, and Auburn. Phyllis Calwell went to Clinton to daughter Sara’s and then to Cedar Rapids to her sister’s for
Thanksgiving. The Advent Study for the United Methodist Church will start on December 4th at the Parsonage. Everyone is invited. Hope you all attended the Lohrville Fire Dept. omelet breakfast on December 1st. We depend on them so much and your donation is much appreciated. The Kick off to Christmas is Friday the 6th of December with Chili and Hot Dogs being served Events are the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Gazebo, Santa arriving at the Library to get children’s requests. The Festival of Trees will be at the Community Building. The Lohrville Annual Cookie Walk will be on that date also. Come and see the beautiful trees. The Story Hour for Audrie’s Angels is meeting at the JJ Hands Library on Mondays and Thursdays. The answer to the Trivia question is: Wisconsin Territory. Have a good week. Anyone having an item for Lohrville news may contact Bette Knapp at 712-465-3295.
Free Admission to December Movies Happy Holidays from the Capri!
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Polar exPress Starring: Tom Hanks, Chris Coppola, Michael Jeter
Dec. 6 to Dec. 8 *Rated PG **100 minutes*
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