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| DECEMBER 18, 2013|VOLUME 124| ISSUE 51
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Manson plans signs for Hwy. 20
Brotherhood ﬁnishes second
The South Central Calhoun High School all-male dance team, known as the Brotherhood, narrowly missed earning a third state championship in a row, coming in second place in the small school category during the competition in Des Moines on Dec. 5. (Photo courtesy of Kenn Krpan)
By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate editor Over a year ago, the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors approved a request from the Rockwell City Revitalization Committee and the City of Rockwell City to allow the erection of two signs along Hwy 20, one facing westbound trafﬁc and one facing eastbound trafﬁc, notifying motorists of some services and attractions in Rockwell City. The request was approved and the signs, 10 by 20 foot signs with black lettering on a yellow background, were put up. At the Dec. 10 meeting this year, the city of Manson and the Manson Economic Development Corporation presented a request that supervisors approve construction of two 8 by 16 foot signs directing travelers into Manson, a request that approved by the supervisors. The signs will be placed east of Red Oak Ave and Highway 20 intersection on Robert Lenz’s property and the other sign will be located west of Traer Avenue and Highway 20 intersection on Kevin Vosberg’s property. In neither case is county property being used or county funds provided. At a meeting last year, one of the supervisors asked why county permission was needed. Kelly Smidt explained at that meeting that a federal rule requires that since the signs are outside of the city, that
the request must be submitted to the county. It was noted at the Dec. 10 meeting
Masons spread Christmas cheer the Grand Lodge of Iowa and their own pockets to make a brighter Christmas for many children. Heidi Billmeier, Calhoun County coordinator, provided 25 children’s wishes and sizes to the lodge. Lodge members brought their gifts to the regular monthly meeting recently and enjoyed looking over the diverse assortment of toys and outﬁts.
Santa meets with kids
Santa Claus enjoyed meeting numerous kids at the Rockwell City Community Center on Sunday Dec. 15 and one dog. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
that the Rockwell City sign facing west bound trafﬁc as originally worded was misleading, with the
Lohrville-Lanesboro-Yetter area. They have collected clothing through the Union Church and Iowa Savings Bank and purchased food vouchers for holiday meals. The group has fallen short of its goal this year and donations are still needed, given to any of the committee members or to the fund at the United Bank of Iowa. The long-term members of the group were assisted this year by Judy Hungate’s granddaughter Ryann Hungate. Pictured are six of the eight committee members along with Ruyann (left to right) Monita Kelly, Pam Chamberlain, Vicky Keonin, Ryann Hungate, Judy Hungate, Nancy Macke and Starla Winter. (GraphicAdvocate photo by Toni Venteicher)
County approves ambulance bid By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Of the two bids for an ambulance chassis and engine, the dealer selected by the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors on Dec. 10 was from farther away than the other dealership but offered the lower bid. Kerrie Hull, E-911 Coordinator, recommended the low bid from Cross Timbers Emergency Vehicles, out of Kansas City, Mo., for $74,768. This includes picking up an ambulance in Calhoun, remounting a box from the ambulance on a new chassis in Kansas City and bringing the new ambulance remount back.
Holiday on the square
The Calhoun County Courthouse Square was the scene this year and likely future years for the lighting exhibits that were previously in the city park along High Street. United Bank of Iowa had the winning display this year. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
Rockwell City lighting winners announced During the Dec. 15 Rockwell City Holiday Celebration at the Community Center, winners were announced in the 2013 Christmas lighting competition. In the residential category, the ﬁrst place winner is Tricia Stumpf for the block at 156 E. Lake St. Second place goes to Casey Wheeler, 856 Lake St. and third place goes to Rosella Simon, 404 Elm St. In the business category, the ﬁrst
next possible turn being onto a dirt road that took the motorist to old Hwy 20 east of Rockwell City.
Donations are still needed A small group has been working many years to make Christmas happier for families in need in the Lake City-
Harold Barkley and Joe Kangley of Twin lakes Masonic Lodge #478, ﬂanking Heidi Billmeier of New Opportunities, delivered new toys and clothes provided by the lodge on Dec. 6.
For nearly 10 year Twin Lakes Masonic Lodge #478 has provided new toys and clothes for needy children in Calhoun County through New Opportunities, headquartered in Rockwell City. The lodge members and their wives went shopping again this year using the money from the lodge charity fund, matching money from the Grand Charities Fund of
place winner ion Northern Iowa Acupuncture. Second place goes to Calhoun County Courthouse and third place goes to Agents/Alliance Realty. Among the participants in the courthouse square displays, the ﬁrst place winner is United Bank of Iowa. Second place goes to RC Rotary and third place goes to Calhoun County Ofﬁcers.
The other bid was for $79,689 from a Rock Rapids based dealer, but it is uncertain whether that would include pickup and delivery. It doesn’t matter because it would not be the low bid in either case. Both bids are for a V-10 gas engine and are for net cost after trade-in. Other EMS crew members at the meeting were Charlie Peyton, Luke Winkelman and Bob Murley. Part of the purchase price will be paid for through rural basic fund and part will come from the EMS operating budget.
County returns check from city of Lytton By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate It is not often that the county returns a check for unpaid property tax without a request from the taxpayer, but the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors voted at their Dec. 10 meeting to return a check for $238 from the city of Lytton for payment of an unresolved tax debt on property the city had acquired. City governments do not generally pay property taxes but any purchaser regardless of tax exempt status becomes responsible for past due tax to clear the property of any liens unless tax forgiveness or a tax compromise is approved in order to
Patty Trevathan directed the 7th & 8th Grade Chorus during the SCC Middle School Winter Concert at the middle school gymnasium on Dec. 13. (GraphicAdvocate photo by Ken Ross)
get abandoned or nuisance properties back on the tax rolls. That, in fact, was how the discussion of the property was initiated, during presentation from County Treasurer Lori Erkenbrack,of tax compromise proposals. Although the City of Lytton had not requested forgiveness of a debt on a piece of property acquired, it was noted by Supervisor Dean Hoag that the county had approved tax forgiveness for other municipalities to show county support for nuisance abatement efforts by cities. All three supervisors voted to direct Erkenbrack to return the check to Lytton.
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DECEMBER 18, 2013
Simplicity needed for efﬁciency and transparency
Empty Nest By Curt Swarm Let Me Photograph Your Favorite Stuffed Animal!
Have a favorite stuffed animal from your childhood? Or does your current child have a favorite stuffed animal or teddy bear? Well, let me photograph it. Free! I was inspired by Irish photographer Mark Nixon’s photographs ﬂoating around on the internet. Part of his portfolio are pictures of raggedy stuffed animals. He put out a call for people to bring in their favorite stuffed animal from childhood, and he would photograph it. These pictures are quite touching, not to mention cute, and rather emotional. I thought, “I’d like to do this.” So I put in a call to my 32-year old son. “Remember Puppy?” I asked. Of course he did. “Well, I’d like to photograph Puppy.” Voila, the ﬁrst of my stuffed-animal pictures was born. A little history of Puppy: When the kids were small, I took a drawing class, and drew Puppy. As a teenager, my son, not to be outdone by Pa, also drew Puppy. So, we have both drawn, Puppy, and now immortalized him further through photography. And if I can ﬁnd those two drawings, I’m going to frame them. By the way, my son always said his drawing of Puppy was better. If there’s going to be familial friction, that’s the kind to have! Here’s the deal, bring me your favorite stuffed animal or doll, the raggedy the better, and I will photograph it while you wait. Contact information is bellow. Also, if you have any stories connected with the stuffed animal, I’m interested in those, too—like the time Teddy came up missing, or the time Princess fell into the creek, or what Fuzzy meant to you. One-eyed toys, or toys with an ear or limb missing, are particularly touching. And if they’ve been bandaged together—so much the better! I will provide you with, free of
We instinctively distrust what we don’t understand. That’s a good instinct to have because complexity is the primary tool of the devious. It is also the tool of the overly detail-oriented person, what in modern jargon is called a policy wonk. I stress the qualiﬁer “overly” here because to a certain point, being detail oriented is a good thing, a characteristic I happen to have and yes, I’m getting too detailed here, so back to my point. In order for a leader, particularly a U.S. president, to achieve lasting policy goals he needs to have a grand design that is easily understood. Unfortunately, President Barack Obama is a policy wonk. His overly complex plans are too detailed to be effectively promoted and complexity tends to be inefﬁcient, particularly when lack of predictability is present for a policy that requires a high level of public participation. Such is the case with the Affordable Care Act. Of course, simplicity is not a virtue if the simple idea is simply wrong. For many decades, ﬁscal conservatives have been promoting the virtue of a balanced federal budget. That’s a good idea to promote but administration after administration, Republican and Democrat, failed to balance the budget. Out of frustration, some ﬁscal conservatives got too simple (and wrong) in their approach by promoting the idea that government, at least at the federal level, is a bad thing, thus the government shutdown. Many of the tea partiers were giddier at the start of the government shutdown than children who’ve been told that school was cancelled indeﬁnitely. As the effects of the government shutdown became evident, the tea partiers were faced with the reality that they weren’t really anarchists. Most were not even true libertarians. As each controversial impact arose from the shutdown, the tea partiers tried to mitigate the effects in a piecemeal fashion, even staging illconceived publicity events designed to divert anger to the administration for refusing to accept piecemeal proposals.
By Ken Ross, Graphic-Advocate Editor
Afterwards, it was time for some tea party spokesman to get just slightly less simple and advocate a clear policy alternative to what they opposed. But no, they had nothing. Sometimes being simple is just simple-mindedness with maybe a bit of cowardice thrown in. So after the tea party defeat, Obama had an opportunity to consolidate his strength and mitigate looming catastrophe by forcing the hand of his opponents. He could have, at that point, acknowledged that implementation of the Affordable Care Act was not going smoothly and that he needed bipartisan cooperation if any national health care plan was going to work. That might mean starting from scratch and establishing goals that could be widely accepted. A referendum could be presented to Congress that: Every citizen, regardless of age, income or medical history, should have access to emergency medical services and ongoing critical or preventative care without imposing ruinous expense to any individual citizen or generating bad debt for hospitals and clinics. If that cannot be widely accepted as a starting point, then there is no reason to go forward. The simplest and ultimately the only way to achieve the goal is to establish a single payer plan. The beneﬁciaries besides the currently uninsured would be health care facilities and small businesses. Those entities would be relieved of an excessive burden and an atmosphere of uncertainty about the future. But Obama plowed ahead with his overly complex plan, one that might conceivably become operational but will eventually evolve into a single payer system. His other policy initiatives, gun reform and immigration reform, have too many moving parts. As
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Puppy charge, a framable picture of your favorite stuffed toy; and, what I have in mind is, putting together at the end of next year, a calendar of these stuffed animals, with their story. If your stuffed animal makes the calendar (I’m anticipating a major response), I will give you the calendar. There may even be centerfold. Why am I doing this? I just like doing creative things. And it’s the time of year. Lots of stuffed toys are found poking their heads out of Christmas stockings, and cuddled
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with children on Christmas Eve while Santa slides down the chimney. Tags on stuffed animals are particularly precious. I know my kids would often ﬁnger the tags on their stuffed animal, as they fell asleep. So, if your stuffed animal has a tag, don’t cut if off! The tag is a part of it’s feel, it’s personality, its memories; and the tag is photogenic. I’m struck by the love a child (or adult) bears a cherished toy. That love ﬂows, quite easily onto a photograph—like sap from a maple tree in the dead of winter. So, bring me your tired, your poor, your yearning Teddies begging to be photographed. I’ll give them my best shot. Next year, I’m thinking of doing pets. Have a good story? Contact Curt Swarm at 1101 N. Perry St., Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641, email him at email@example.com, or call or text him at 319-217-0526. Merry Christmas!
In the Dec. 11 article, “Fire destroys Lake City house” there was mention that Casey’s delivered hot chocolate and donuts to the ﬁreﬁghters who had battled a ﬁre in subzero temperatures. The article failed to mention that Stewart Memorial Community Hospital had also brought coffee to the scene of the early morning ﬁre. We apologize for the omission.
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far as immigration reform, the only part that I would personally support is allowing easy citizenship for anyone who spent most of his or her childhood in the country and doesn’t know any other life than as an American. The plan approved by the Senate included billions of dollars in contracts for speciﬁcally named companies, a grostequely expensive fence all along our southern border, work visas for as many as 180,000 unskilled workers to drive down wages in an economy with too few jobs already and permanent residency for millions of immigrants here illegally. That is supposedly a composite of everybody’s wish list to make everyone happy. The simplest way to discourage illegal immigration would be harsh penalties for employers who hire them and denial of social programs to non-citizens. This has been referred to as self-deportation, supposedly an uglier form of deportation than taking people into custody and escorting them in restraints out of the country. I don’t get it. Taking apart gun reform and promoting the most acceptable portions, such as universal background checks, has been unsuccessful but that may be the approach most likely to succeed in the future. As long as we’re talking about reform, how about tax reform, making federal income tax simple enough that our society does not divert billions of hours of highly skilled work to tax preparation each year nor distort business practices because of the millions of words in our convoluted tax code. Neither Congress nor President Obama is accomplishing much of lasting value because they do not have a clear vision understood by each other or by the public, perhaps not even by themselves.
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Thursday, December 19: MS (A) BB vs. Manson/NW Webster 4 p.m., Boys-Barnum, Girls-Rockwell City; HS Christmas Concert @ HS Auditorium (Lake City) 7:30 p.m. Friday, December 20: JV/Varsity Girls BB vs. West Bend 4:15 p.m.; Varsity Boys BB vs. Laurens-Marathon @ Rockwell City 6 p.m.; Boys Swimming @ Boone 6 p.m. Saturday, December 21: Wrestling @ Ridge View Tourney (Holstein) 9 a.m.; JV Girls/JV Boys BB vs. Emmetsburg @ Rockwell City 2:30 p.m.; BB vs. Emmetsburg @ Rockwell City 6 p.m. Monday, December 23-Tuesday, January 1: Winter Break Thursday, January 2: Classes Resume; JVR Boys/JV Girls/JV Boys BB vs. East Sac County @ Lake City 5 p.m.
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Wednesday, December 18: 9:30 a.m. United Bank of Iowa will host the Rockwell City Chamber Coffee. Tuesday, January 7: 9:30 a.m. SMCH Auxiliary Meeting in the Lower Level Conference Room. 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
Pictured are Stewart Memorial Community Hospital employees preparing to deliver food and other items to the food pantry: (left to right) Linda Rath, Bethany Morrow and Sheila Remsburg.
SMCH employees donate to food pantry In an effort to provide relief for families in need, employees at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital contributed non-perishable foods and household items to the Lake City food pantry. Linda Rath, Bethany Morrow and Sheila Remsburg, Stewart Memorial
Community Hospital employees, spearheaded this collection drive. “It was heartwarming to see employees drop off bags and boxes of food. The food pantry is utilized by 60 to 80 families per month and the pantry’s shelves needed to be stocked. This is a great way for Stewart Memorial
Community Hospital to give back to the community during the holiday season,” noted Rath. To learn more about the services offered at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital, log onto our website at www.stewartmemorial. org.
A Glidden businessman, Brian Best, announced he will seek election to the Iowa House in District 12 which includes all of Carroll and Audubon Counties as well as Eastern Crawford County. Best graduated from GliddenRalston High School and earned a Bachelors Degree in Social Science from the University of Northern Iowa. In 2001, Best and his wife, Sharon, started a familyowned business in Carroll, Bestmed Respiratory.
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The Calhoun County Courthouse will be closing at noon Tuesday, Dec. 24 and all day Wednesday, Dec. 25, for Christmas. Speeding: Christopher Conrad Murphy, Sioux City; Khalid Abdi Mohamed, Apple Valley, MN; Lana Karie Williams, Emmetsburg; Ronald Ray Bral, Denison; Allison Ann England, Red Oak; Nicholas James Woolley, Webster City; Dillon Duane Hain, Paullina; Larry R. Cooper, Rockwell City; Jane Ann Wilson, Farnhamville; Neil S. Hansen, Des Plaines, IL; Jana Lou Sitzmann, Merrill; Andrew Jacob Koppes, Monmouth; Barbara Ann Albenesius, Sioux City; Justin Gage Kempf, Carroll. Violation of financial liability coverage: Christopher Conrad Murphy, Sioux City. Improper rear lamp: Joseph Mario Sanchez, Morrilton, AR. Fail to use headlamps when required: Justin Jerome Hersem, Bennett. Magistrate/district court judgments: State of Iowa vs Christopher Walt Carnine, Lytton, Careless driving, $147.75. State of Iowa vs Charles Andrew Richard Learned, Sex offender registry violation-2nd or subsequent offense, Dismissed, & $140.00 court costs; 2nd charge, Dismissed, & $197.46 court costs. State of Iowa vs Dustin Michael Mick, West Des Moines, Speeding, $148.50. State of Iowa vs Jacob Duane O’Tool, Disorderly conduct-fighting or violent behavior, $195.00. State of Iowa vs Josey Michael Wilson, Operate vehicle without consent, 2 years suspended prison sentence, placement for 180 days, 2 years probation, $625.00 suspended fine, & attorney fees waived; 2nd charge, 2 years suspended prison sentence, placement for 180 days, 2 years probation, $625.00 suspended fine, & attorney fees waived; &
3rd degree burglary, Dismissed, $100.00 court costs, & $125.00 law enforcement initiative surcharge. Civil court judgments: Dora B. Pudenz vs Ronald Jameson, Respondent must pay $225.00 court costs. (Petition for Relief from Domestic Abuse) Shelby Inez Sease vs Nathan Lee Meister, Respondent must pay $440.00 per month child support beginning 11/01/13. Rojohn Home Improvement, Inc. vs Jason Lee Vaudt, Respondent must pay $500.00 attorney fees. Marriage certificate: Shanna Marie Dettman to Harry Thomas Carvalho, III. Warranty deed: Merle J. Wuebker & Cheryl A. Wuebker to Merle J. Wuebker & Cheryl A. Wuebker, W1/2 SW1/4 Ex. 10 Ac. Tr., Section 02-87-32; S1/2 SE1/4 Section 20-88-32; & N1/2 NE1/4 Section 16-87-32. No Rev. Michael L. Berger & Julie D. Berger to Jeffry D. Blair, Pt. of Former RR, SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 11-86-32. No Rev. Kristine Davis, Debra McKenney, Linda Hanks, Paulette Ringgenberg, Hugh Briggs, & Kathryn Briggs to Daniel R. Reynolds & Ranee A. Reynolds, Parcel A-28,18 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NW1/4 Section 25-87-33. Rev. $399.20. William A. Jurries to Linda M. Fagan, E. 5’ Lt. 4, Pt. Lts. 2 & 3, Blk. 21, J.M. Rockwell Addn., Rockwell
CITY OF LAKE CITY - NOVEMBER 2013 FUND, RECEIVED ......................DISBURSED GENERAL, 28,567.51 ......................36,615.79 ROAD USE TAX, 13,058.81 ...............7,435.06 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, 10,943.45 ...9,653.19 EMERGENCY FUND LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX, 15,139.12 ..............................................................0.00 LIBRARY MEMORIAL, 45.74 ....................0.00 PARK RESTORATION ROY JOHNSON COMMUNITY BLD DEBT SERVICE, 16,692.29 ......................0.00 CAP IMPROVE-STREET&FIRE CAPITAL IMPROVE-POOL, 17,482.04 .....8.00 CAPITAL - AMBULANCE CEMETERY TRUST, 30.00 .......................0.00 WATER, 41,408.30 .........................181,189.15 SEWER, 12,878.22 ..........................12,072.25 SOLID WASTE, 10,349.05 ...............11,646.09 STORM SEWER, 817.34 ......................160.65 Report Total, 167,411.87 ................258,780.18
Stewart 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 PEARL K. STEWART, Deceased. PROBATE NO. ESPR501789 To all persons interested in the Estate of Pearl K. Stewart, Deceased, who died on or about November 25th, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 1st day of December, 2013, the last will and testament of Pearl K. Stewart, deceased, bearing the date of May 6th, 2013 was admitted to probate in the above-named court and that Sherry K. Toyne 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 1st day of December, 2013. Sherry K. Toyne 715 W. Chestnut, Freeport, IL. 61032 Executor of the Estate William D Kurth Attorney for the Executor 823 West Main, P.O. Box 126 Lake City, IA 51449 Date of second publication 25th day of September, 2013
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COURTHOUSE NEWS City. Rev. $50.40. Norma Devries to Merle Madsen & Lorraine Madsen, N1/2 Lts. 7 & 8, Blk. 12, Original Town, Lake City. Rev. $82.40. Court officer deed: Norma Campbell Estate & Candace S. Morrow to Mary Poller, OL 15, Tompkins Addn., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 18-86-33. Rev. $16.80. Trustee’s deed: Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, Soy Family Trust, Joanne M. Ortner, Trustee, Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, John H. Soy, Trustee & Bertha P. Soy Trust to Juergensen Land & Livestock, Inc., NE1/4 SW FRL1/4 Section 18-8631; & N1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-86-31. Rev. $2322.40. Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, Soy Family Trust, Joanne M. Ortner, Trustee, Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, John H. Soy, Trustee & Bertha P. Soy Trust to Calvin C. Jeurgensen & Erma P. Jeurgensen, SE1/4 SE FRL1/4 Section 18-86-31; & S1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-86-31. Rev. $2380.00. Sheriff’s deed: Mark G. Holly to Steven Meyer & Mandy Meyer, OL 1 Ex. N. 130’, J.L. Tompkins Addn., Section 1886-33. No Rev. Change of title: Katherine M. Kreft Estate to Nelda
Bartels, Parcel A-5.116 Ac.-616.27’ x 361.6’, SW1/4 Section 20-88-34; Pt., SW1/4 Section 20-88-34; & Pt., NW1/4 Section 20-88-34. Elaine Aden to Evelene E. Holm & Warren A. Holm, 320’ Tr. Ex. 160’ x 150’ Tr., NE1/4 SE1/4 Section 30-87-34. (Affidavit for Change of Title) Mortgage: Juergensen Land & Livestock, Inc. to Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, NE1/4 SW FRL1/4 Section 18-86-31; & N1/2 SE1/4 Section 1886-31; & Greene County Land. Calvin Conrad Juergensen & Erma Pauline Juergensen to Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, S1/2 SE1/4 Section 24-86-31; NE1/4 SE1/4 Section 24-86-31; SE SW FRL1/4 Section 18-86-31; & S1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-86-31. John H. Peters & Marilyn J. Peters to United Bank of Iowa, Lt. 3 Ex. W. 106’ & E. 185’, Blk. 20, 5th Addn., Manson. Page 3 Steven Donald Gutshall & Pamela Sue Gutshall to Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, W1/2 NW1/4 Ex. Parcel A-2.23 Ac. Tr. & Ex. Parcel B-1.21 Ac. Tr., Section 23-86-31; & W. 20 Ac., E1/2 NW1/4 Section 23-86-31. Mortgage release: Wells Fargo Bank, NA to Thomas
B. Van Alstine & Carla L. Van Alstine, Lt. 111, Goodwin Lowry Addn., Farnhamville. Heritage Bank, NA to Nelda R. Bartels & Earl K. Bartels, NE1/4 SW1/4 & S1/2 SW1/4 Ex. Lt. A-6.52 Ac. SW1/4 SW1/4 & Ex. Lt. A-0.97 Ac. SE1/4 SW1/4, Section 11-88-34. First State Bank, Fort Dodge, IA to Robert F. Strandberg & Deanne L. Strandberg, SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 24-89-33. (Partial) First Community Bank to Dennis Degner & Julie Degner, S. 15.2 Ac. Tr. Ex. 4.49 Ac. Tr., NW FRL1/4 Section 07-88-34. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) to Mark L. Heide, Lt. 8 & N1/2 Lt. 7, Blk. 3, Moody & Davy Addn., Pomeroy. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) to Dennis L. Hanks & Rhonda R. Hanks, Lt. 1, West View Addn. Replat, Lake City. JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA & Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp. to Christine R. Peterson, Lts. 2 & 3, Blk. 3, West Side Addn., Lake City. United Bank of Iowa to Justin D. Bean, Lt. A-6.98 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NE FRL1/4 Section 01-87-34; & Lt. A-0.17 Ac, Tr., NE FRL1/4 NE FRL1/4 Section 01-87-34. United Bank of Iowa to Justin D. Bean & Alisha K. Bean, Lt. A-6.98 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NE FRL1/4 Section
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01-87-34; & Lt. A-0.17 Ac, Tr., NE FRL1/4 NE FRL1/4 Section 01-8734. Affidavit: Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, Joanne M. Ortner, Trustee, Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, & John H. Soy, Trustee to Soy Family Trust & Bertha P. Soy Trust, NE1/4 SW FRL1/4 Section 18-86-31; & N1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-86-31. (Individual Trustee’s Affidavit) Juergensen Land & Livestock, Inc. & Calvin Juergensen to Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, Joanne M. Ortner, Trustee, John H. Soy, Trustee, Soy Family Trust & Bertha P. Soy Trust, NE1/4 SW FRL1/4 Section 18-8631; & N1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-86-31. (Purchaser’s Affidavit) Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, Joanne M. Ortner, Trustee, Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, & John H. Soy, Trustee to Soy Family Trust & Bertha P. Soy Trust, SE1/4 SE FRL1/4 Section 1886-31; & S1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-8631. (Individual Trustee’s Affidavit) Calvin C. Jeurgensen to Ronald J. Soy, Trustee, Joanne M. Ortner, Trustee, John H. Soy, Trustee, Soy Family Trust & Bertha P. Soy Trust, SE1/4 SE FRL1/4 Section 18-8631; & S1/2 SE1/4 Section 18-86-31. (Purchaser’s Affidavit)
Board of Supervisors Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Tuesday, December 3, 2013 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Jacobs and Hoag, Sr. Absent: Nicholson Agenda additions: none It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion carried. The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to review the claim (check #35939) and was allowed as endorsed. Ayes all. Motion carried. Lori Erkenbrack, County Treasurer, met with the Board concerning a tax compromise. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. that a compromise be made for Public Bidder Certificate #120204 for the following described property: Lot 2, Block 8, Original Town of Lohrville, to Joseph R. and Sheila M. Berger, Lohrville. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the following Resolution: Resolution 2013-37 BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors for Calhoun County, Iowa; WHEREAS the Board desires to make the position of Calhoun County Attorney a full-time position. As full-time, the county attorney shall refrain from the private practice of law. WHEREAS the position shall be considered full time as of January 1, 2014 and the initial annual salary of the County Attorney shall be $79,706.00 and shall remain effective until changed as provided in Iowa Code Section 331.907. Ayes all. Motion carried. Ron Haden, Engineer; Steve Goins, Assistant to the Engineer; and B.J. Musselman, Shop Foreman, met with the Board to update them on Secondary Road projects. A bid for the auditing contract had been tabled from November 26. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to accept the bid from Hunzelman, Putzier & Co. PLC, Storm Lake, for a three year contract costing $32,500 for 2014, $33,500 for 2015, and $34,500.00 for 2016 to audit Calhoun County. Ayes all. Motion carried. Beth Bahsen, Senior Associate Director, Elderbridge Area Agency on Aging, met with the Board concerning a budget request for FY 14/15. Also present was Roy Schoon, Pomeroy, member of the Board of Directors. The match fund request of $7,811.10 is the same in the past years. The hearing was held, as published, to approve Development Agreement and Tax Increment Payments. Those present were: Pam Anderson, Director, Economic Development; Rollin Tiefenthaler; Tia Tieffenthaler; and Joan Wagner, County Assessor. A meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County, Iowa, was held at 10:30 o’clock a.m., on December 3, 2013, at the Courthouse, Boardroom, Rockwell City, Iowa, pursuant to the rules of the Board. The Chairperson presided and the roll was called, showing Supervisors present and absent as follows: Present: Dean G. Hoag, Sr. and Scott Jacobs. Absent: Gary Nicholson The Board of Supervisors investigated and found that notice of the intention of the Board of Supervisors to conduct a public hearing to approve a Development Agreement between the County and Al’s Corner Oil Company with respect to the development of a commercial truck stop, which agreement provides for certain financial incentives in the form of economic development incremental property tax payments in a total amount not exceeding $300,000, had been published according to law and as directed by the Board and that this is the time and place at which the Board shall receive oral or written objections from any resident or property owner of the County. All written objections, statements, and evidence heretofore filed were reported to the Board, and all oral objections, statements, and all other exhibits presented were considered. No written or oral statements were submitted. There being no further objections or comments, the Chairperson announced that the hearing was closed. Supervisor Scott Jacobs introduced the resolution next hereinafter set out and moved its adoption, seconded by Supervisor Dean G. Hoag, Sr.; and after due consideration thereof by the Board, the Chairperson put the question upon the adoption of said resolution, and the roll being called, the following named Supervisors voted: Ayes: Dean G. Hoag, Sr. and Scott Jacobs. Nays: none. Whereupon, the Chairperson declared said resolution duly adopted, as follows: RESOLUTION 2013-38 Approving Development Agreement with Al’s Corner Oil Company, Authorizing Tax Increment Payments and Pledging Certain Tax Increment Revenues to the Payment of the Agreement. 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 previously 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 (the “Urban Renewal Tax Revenue Fund”), 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, a certain Development Agreement (the “Agreement”) between the County and Al’s Corner Oil Company (the “Company”) has been prepared pursuant to which the Company has agreed to the development of a commercial truck stop in the Urban Renewal Area (the “Al’s Corner Oil Project”) and under which the County would provide economic development incremental tax increment payments in a total amount not exceeding $300,000; and WHEREAS, this Board of Supervisors, pursuant to Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa, has published notice, has held a public hearing on the Agreement on December 3, 2013, and has otherwise complied with statutory requirements for the approval of the Agreement; and WHEREAS, Chapter 15A of the Code of Iowa (“Chapter 15A”) declares that economic development is a public purpose for which a County may provide grants, loans, tax incentives, guarantees and other financial assistance to or for the benefit of private persons; and WHEREAS, Chapter 15A requires that before public funds are used for grants, loans, tax incentives or other financial assistance, a Board of Supervisors must determine that a public purpose will reasonably be accomplished by the spending or use of those funds; and WHEREAS, Chapter 15A requires that in determining whether funds should be spent, a Board of Supervisors must consider any or all of a series of factors; NOW, THEREFORE, It Is Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County, Iowa, as follows: Section 1. Pursuant to the factors listed in Chapter 15A, the Board hereby finds that: A. The Al’s Corner Oil Project will add diversity and generate new opportunities for the Calhoun County and Iowa economies; B. The Al’s Corner Oil Project will generate public gains and benefits, particularly in the creation of new jobs, which are warranted in comparison to the amount of the proposed property tax incentives. Section 2. The Board further finds that a public purpose will reasonably be accomplished by entering into the Agreement and providing the economic development incremental property tax payments to the Company. Section 3. The Agreement is hereby approved and the Chairperson and County Auditor are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the Agreement on behalf of the County, in substantially the form and content in which the Agreement has been presented to this Board of Supervisors, and such officers are also authorized to make such changes, modifications, additions or deletions as they, with the advice of bond counsel, may believe to be necessary, and to take such actions as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of the Agreement. Section 4. As provided and required by Chapter 403 of the Code of Iowa, the County’s obligations under the Agreement shall be payable solely from a Subfund (the “Al’s Corner Oil Subfund”) which is hereby established, into which shall be paid that portion of the income and proceeds of the Urban Renewal Tax Revenue Fund attributable to property taxes derived from the property described as follows: Certain real property situated in Calhoun County, State of Iowa more particularly described as follows: A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (SE ¼ NE ¼) OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 88 NORTH, RANGE 33 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., CALHOUN COUNTY, IOWA, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLOWS: Commencing at the Southeast (SE) Corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 10; Thence on a previously recorded bearing of North 00 49’ 37” East, along the East line of said Northeast Quarter (NE ¼), 1130.15 feet to the Point of Beginning. Thence North 88 57’ 52” West, 47.30 feet to the West right-of-way line of Iowa Highway No. 4: Thence South 01 02’ 07” West, along said West right-of-way line, 334.65 feet; Thence continuing along said West right-of-way line, South 21 58’ 11” West, 98.36 feet; Thence continuing along said West rightof-way line, South 00 52’ 25” East, 98.48 feet; Thence continuing along said West right-of-way line, South 37 35’ 25” West, 108.61 feet to the North right-of-way line of U.S. Highway No. 20; Thence South 85 00’ 39” West, along said North right-of-way line, 428.63 feet; Thence continuing along said North right-of-way line, South 78 34’ 56” West, 227.54 feet; Thence North 01 02’ 07” East, 826.24 feet; Thence South 88 57’ 53” East, 791.86 feet to the East line of aforesaid Northeast Quarter (NE ¼); Thence South 00 49’ 37” West, along said East line, 120.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Hereafter known as Parcel A of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SE ¼ NE ¼) of Section 10, Township 88 North, Range 33
West of the 5th P.M., Calhoun County, Iowa. Parcel contains 12.99 Acres and is subject to all easements of record. Section 5.The County hereby pledges to the payment of the Agreement the Al’s Corner Oil Subfund and the taxes referred to in Subsection 2 of Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa to be paid into such Subfund. Section 6.After its adoption, a copy of this resolution shall be filed in the office of the County Auditor of Calhoun County to evidence the continuing pledging of the Al’s Corner Oil Subfund and the portion of taxes to be paid into such Subfund and, pursuant to the direction of Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa, the Auditor shall allocate the taxes in accordance therewith and in accordance with the tax allocation ordinance referred to in the preamble hereof. Section 7. All resolutions or parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Passed and approved this 3rd day of December, 2013. Ayes all. Motion carried. I, the undersigned, County Auditor of Calhoun County, in the State of Iowa, do hereby certify that on the 3rd day of December, 2013, there was filed in my office a certified copy of a resolution of such County shown to have been adopted by the Board of Supervisors and approved by the Chairperson thereof on December 3, 2013, entitled: “Resolution Approving Development Agreement with Al’s Corner Oil Company, Authorizing Tax Increment Payments and Pledging Certain Tax Increment Revenues to the Payment of the Agreement,” and that I have duly placed the copy of the resolution on file in my records. DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT This Agreement is entered into between Calhoun County, Iowa (the “County”) and Al’s Corner Oil Company (the “Developer”) as of the 3rd day of December, 2013 (the “Commencement Date”). WHEREAS, Chapter 403 of the Code of Iowa authorizes counties to establish urban renewal areas and to undertake economic development projects; and WHEREAS, the County has established the Calhoun County 2013 Urban Renewal Area (the “Urban Renewal Area”) and has adopted an urban renewal plan for the governance of projects and initiatives to be undertaken therein; and WHEREAS, the Developer has undertaken the development of a commercial truck stop in the Urban Renewal Area (the “Project”); and WHEREAS, the Project is to be situated on certain real property (the “Property”) located within the Urban Renewal Area, such Property being legally described on Exhibit A hereto; and WHEREAS, the costs of undertaking the Project will include the extension of electrical service to the Property, the digging of water supply wells on the Property and the installation of a sanitary septic system on the Property; and WHEREAS, Chapter 15A of the Code of Iowa authorizes counties to provide grants, loans, guarantees, tax incentives and other financial assistance to or for the benefit of private persons; and WHEREAS, the Developer has requested that the County provide certain financial incentives to the Developer in the form of economic development incremental property tax payments in an amount not to exceed $300,000; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual obligations contained in this Agreement, the parties hereto agree as follows: A. Developer’s Covenants 1. The Developer agrees to construct the Project on the Property. Commencement began on September 1, 2013, and substantial completion will be accomplished by no later than June 1, 2014. Furthermore the Developer agrees to maintain the completed Project on the Property as an active commercial facility and as part of its business operations throughout the Term, as hereinafter defined. 2. The Developer agrees to ensure timely and full payment of all property taxes owed with respect to the Property and the Project throughout the Term and to submit to the County a receipt or cancelled check as evidence of each tax payment. 3. The Developer agrees to work with Calhoun County Rural Electric Cooperative to cause the extension of electric service to the Property. Furthermore, the Developer agrees to cause the digging of water supply wells and the installation of a sanitary septic system adequate to meet the sanitary and water needs of the completed Project. 4. The Developer hereby acknowledges that failure to comply with the provisions of this Section A will give the County the right to withhold some or all of the Payments, as hereinafter set forth in Section B. B. County’s Covenants In recognition of the Developer’s obligations set out above, the County agrees to make up to twenty-two semiannual economic development tax increment payments (the “Payments”) to the Developer due on each December 1 and June 1 in each fiscal year as hereinafter provided, pursuant to Chapters 15A and 403 of the Code of Iowa, provided however that the aggregate, total amount of the Payments shall not exceed Three Hundred Thousand ($300,000). A portion of the new taxable valuation resulting from the completed Project is expected to go on the property tax rolls as of January 1, 2014, accordingly, the Payments would be due on each December 1 and June 1 commencing December 1, 2015 and continuing to, and including, June 1, 2026, or until such
earlier date on which aggregate Payments in the amount of Three Hundred Thousand ($300,000), have been made. Each Payment shall be in an amount which represents 100% percent of the Incremental Property Tax Revenues available to the County with respect to the Property during the six months immediately preceding each Payment date. Incremental Property Tax Revenues are produced by multiplying the consolidated property tax levy (county, school, etc.) times the incremental valuation of the Property, then subtracting debt service levies of all taxing jurisdictions, subtracting the school district’s instructional support and physical plant and equipment levies and subtracting any other levies which may be exempted from such calculation by action of the Iowa General Assembly. The Payments shall not constitute general obligations of the County, but shall be made solely and only from the Incremental Property Tax Revenues to be received by the County from the Calhoun County Treasurer which are attributable to the Property, such incremental property taxes to be collected in a Subfund of the Urban Renewal Area Urban Renewal Tax Increment Revenue Fund to be designated the “Al’s Corner Oil Company Subfund”. The Al’s Corner Oil Company Subfund, and the Incremental Property Tax Revenues to be collected therein have been pledged by the County to the funding of the Payments hereunder. The County agrees to certify tax increment debt relative to this Agreement by December 1, 2014 in an amount equal to Three Hundred Thousand ($300,000). C. Administrative Provisions 1. This Agreement may not be amended or assigned by either party without the express permission of the other party. However, the County hereby gives its permission that the Developer’s rights to receive the Payments hereunder may be assigned by the Developer to a private lender, as security on borrowings made with respect to the Project, without further action on the part of the County. 2. The term (the “Term”) of this Agreement shall commence on the Commencement Date and shall continue until the date on which the final Payment is remitted by the County to the Developer as set forth in Section B above. 3. This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the successors and assigns of the parties. 4. This Agreement shall be deemed to be a contract made under the laws of the State of Iowa and for all purposes shall be governed by and construed in accordance with laws of the State of Iowa. The County and the Developer have caused this Agreement to be signed, and the County’s seal to be affixed, in their names and on their behalf by their duly authorized officers, all as of the day and date written above. Calhoun County, Iowa, Dean G. Hoag, Sr., Vice Chairman Rollin Tiefenthaler, Al’s Corner Oil Company Attest: Judy Howrey, County Auditor EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY Certain real property situated in Calhoun County, State of Iowa more particularly described as follows: A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (SE ¼ NE ¼) OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 88 NORTH, RANGE 33 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., CALHOUN COUNTY, IOWA, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLOWS: Commencing at the Southeast (SE) Corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 10; Thence on a previously recorded bearing of North 00 49’ 37” East, along the East line of said Northeast Quarter (NE ¼), 1130.15 feet to the Point of Beginning. Thence North 88 57’ 52” West, 47.30 feet to the West right-of-way line of Iowa Highway No. 4: Thence South 01 02’ 07” West, along said West right-of-way line, 334.65 feet; Thence continuing along said West right-of-way line, South 21 58’ 11” West, 98.36 feet; Thence continuing along said West rightof-way line, South 00 52’ 25” East, 98.48 feet; Thence continuing along said West right-of-way line, South 37 35’ 25” West, 108.61 feet to the North right-of-way line of U.S. Highway No. 20; Thence South 85 00’ 39” West, along said North right-of-way line, 428.63 feet; Thence continuing along said North right-of-way line, South 78 34’ 56” West, 227.54 feet; Thence North 01 02’ 07” East, 826.24 feet; Thence South 88 57’ 53” East, 791.86 feet to the East line of aforesaid Northeast Quarter (NE ¼); Thence South 00 49’ 37” West, along said East line, 120.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Hereafter known as Parcel A of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SE ¼ NE ¼) of Section 10, Township 88 North, Range 33 West of the 5th P.M., Calhoun County, Iowa. Parcel contains 12.99 Acres and is subject to all easements of record. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Jacobs and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to adjourn until Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 9:00 am for their regular Board meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Dean G. Hoag, Sr., Vice Chairman Judy Howrey, Auditor Scott Jacobs GORDON BERNARD COMPANY LLC, CALENDARS .......1,090.20
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Some fascinating items were displayed during the holiday celebration in Rockwell City. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
Numerous door prizes provided by local merchants were announced for both adults and children during the celebration Sunday. Early diners during the soup supper at the Rockwell Community Center included young volunteers at the event. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross) (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
A selection of deserts were available as well as cheese soup or chili at the celebration Sunday in Rockwell City. (GraphicAdvocate photo by Ken Ross)
Santa had helpers during his visit to the Rockwell City Community Center on Sunday, Dec. 15. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
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A special feature of the Dec. 2 meeting of Signet Chapter No. 1 Order of the Eastern Star, at the Carroll Masonic Temple was a ceremony in which officers draped the altar. AUBURN The annual ceremony honored the memory of members ofCHURCH the Order ZION LUTHERAN Craig Zandi,the Pastor who have diedS.during past year. Zion:Signet Chapter Those named from a.m.Virginia Worship Battles, were Jean10:30 Layton, Lois Graven, Margaret Holm, Kent BARNUM Hedges, Sharon Kirby, Grace Abbott, Joyce Maxwell, Richard Thornton, CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN Maxine Gregerson, Irene Wagner, CHURCH Iren Cartensen, BettieChurch” Jespersen and “The Prairie Vava E. 2 ½Trexel. miles SW of Barnum Worthy Matron Phyllis Blanchard James Davis, Pastor Sundays: a.m. Worship conducted the9:15 meeting. Formally presented were Connie Esbeck and FARNHAMVILLE Richard Wehde, Past Grand Matron and Patron of Iowa. HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN Introduced were Grand Chapter CHURCH Committee members Vera Rev. Robert ZellmerVarner, (registration Pasta.m. Grand Electa) Sundays:and8:30 Sunday and Joe Reed (chapter concerns and School/Adult Bible Classes; 9:30 Past Grand Sentinel); and Past Grand a.m. Worship officers Claudia ReedCHURCH (Chaplain), FIRST UNITED Kristina Thompson, Pastor Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship . GLIDDEN AUBURN GRACE BAPTIST 329 E. 7th Street ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Glidden Craig S. Zandi, Pastor 712-659-3893 Zion: 712-659-2304 10:30 a.m. Worship Rev. R.E. Hamilton, Pastor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school BARNUM for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning service; 5:30 p.m. Praise & Prayer; CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 6 p.m. Evening CHURCHService “The Prairie Church”
UNITED 2 ½ milesMETHODIST SW of Barnum CHURCH James Davis, Pastor Sundays: 9:15 a.m. Worship Chad Jennings, Pastor 9:15 a.m. Sunday school FARNHAMVILLE 10:30 a.m. Worship HOLY TRINITY RIDGE LUTHERAN PLEASANT CHURCH COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Robert Four Miles SouthZellmer of Glidden Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School/Adult Pastor Brian Hodge Bible Classes; 9:30 a.m. Worship www.pleasantridgecc.org
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712-659-3893 KNIERIM 712-659-2304 Rev. R.E. Hamilton, Pastor TRINITY LUTHERAN Wednesday, December 18: 10:30 a.m. Senior CHURCH Adults Ministry; 5:30 p.m. BibleLand Sunday, December 22: 9:30 a.m. Sunday (Missouri Synod) School;Rev. 10:30Chadric a.m. Morning service; 5:30 Dietrich p.m. Praise & Prayer; 6 p.m. Evening Summer Schedule: Service at Service 9:30 Monday, Decembera.m. 23: 7 p.m. Devotions at Quakerdale Youth Shelter
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Lois Jean Wehde (Organist), Glenn Esbeck (Chaplain) and Joel Kline (Electa). It was announced that the District 13 workshop will be held Jan. 25, starting CONGREGATION at 9 a.m., and that Signet Chapter’s School Rev. BettyofL.Instruction Weidert is set for April 5 at 12:30September p.m. Wednesday, 26: Officers installed, Gatheringfor & 2014 Reach;were 7 p.m. Bell Choir with Sonia Kerns as Installing Past Thursday, September 7 p.m. Matron. Assisting her 27: were Past AA Meeting FellowshipMarshal; Hall Matron Doneta– DeVries, Sunday, September 30: and 10 a.m. Glenn Esbeck, Chaplain Lois Worship; 11 a.m. Coffee Jean Wehde, Organist. On behalf of theLUTHERAN chapter and 2013 PILGRIM officers, Associate Matron Betty CHURCH Farnell presented appreciation gifts Craig S. Zandi to Mrs. Blanchard and Joe Reed Pastor (Worthy Patron). Wednesday, September 26: 9:30 Bible Study Marcia a.m. Whited and Claudia Thursday, September 27: 10:30 Reed provided refreshments fora.m. the Pr. at Shady Oaks; 7time p.m.preceding Choir Christmas fellowship the meeting. Practice Saturday, September 5:30be p.m.at The next meeting29:will Worship/Communion 7:30Sunday, p.m. Jan. 6, with dessert September 30: 8 a.m.and fellowship at 6:45Classes; p.m. 9 a.m. Confirmation Worship/Communion; 10 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Class
Spirit Lake – Richard Christensen, 90, Lohrville died p.m. formerly Life GroupofLeader Training; 6 Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Hilltop p.m. Student teams Training; 6:30 Care SpiritJunior Lake.&Funeral p.m. Center supper;in7 p.m. High services were 10:30 School EPICa.m. Friday, December 13, 201330:at10 a.m. Lampe Sunday, September SundayHome School;in11Lake a.m. Worship Funeral City with with in Holy Communion; 6 p.m. in burial Evergreen Cemetery Contemporary Service withhour Lohrville. Visitation was one Holy prior to Communion; the service at7:05 thep.m. funeral Confirmation; Tape Ministry: Jane home. Glasnapp Richard is survived by his wife Leatrice, sonsPRESBYTERIAN Ronald (wife Linda), FIRST Roger (wife Laurie) and Russell, Pastor Wayne Pfannkuch, Pr daughters Laverna Schmidt (Mark 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School @ Emanuel-St. John Lutheran
LifeServe Blood center announced that during the Dec. 11 blood drive in POMEROY Rockwell City, there were 25 registered donors and one first time donor. The EVANGELICAL CONVENANT LifeServe press release states, “Those are numbers that we LOVE to see! Rural Pomeroy With the units collected in Rockwell City up to 75 lives can be saved! That Sundays: a.m. Sunday makes a huge9impact duringschool; the holiday season.” Morning Worship The10:15 next community blood drive in Rockwell City will be Tuesday, Feb. 11th from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. at St. Francis Catholic Church. ROCKWELL CITY
WOODLAWN CHRISTIAN FIRST BAPTIST Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday School John10:10 Swoyer, Pastor for all ages; a.m. Worship; SundayNight schoolBible 6-7:30 9:30 p.m.a.m. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship School Tuesdays: 7 p.m. Seekers Bible UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Study Sundays: 10:30 a.m. Worship; 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, October 3: 6:30 p.m. Confirmation; 6:30 p.m. Bible Study Christian Council meeting KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH’S LANESBORO WITNESSES 9:30 a.m. Public Talk 10:20 a.m. Watchtower Study UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH LAKE CITY UNION CHURCH Reverend Lexie Kirkpatrick – A UNITED Sundays: 8 a.m.METHODIST Sunday school; 9 AND PRESBYTERIAN a.m. Church. (USA) CONGREGATION Wednesdays: 4 p.m. After School Rev. Beth Harbaugh SpecialDecember Kids; 6 p.m. Chimes. Wednesday, 18: 9:30 a.m. Esther Thursdays: 9 a.m. Community Circle, The Gathering & Reach; 7 p.m. Bell Choir; Coffee. 7:50 p.m. Choir
Thursday, December 19: 6 p.m. Session meets at Parish House Sunday, December 22: 10 a.m. Worship; 11 a.m. Coffee LOHRVILLE Monday, December 23: 10:30 a.m. Rev. Harbaugh leads Worship at Shady Oaks LOHRVILLE CHRISTIAN
PILGRIMCHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH (Disciples Christ) Craig S.of Zandi PastorPastor Phil Cline, Wednesday, 7 a.m. Men’s Street, 18: Lohrville 95 5thDecember Breakfast; Noon- Food and Fellowship; 7 712-465-5545 p.m. Advent Worship @ Zion 9 a.m. Sunday Wednesday, December 11:Worship 9:30 a.m. Bible Study; 7 p.m. Worship @ Zion 10:15 a.m.Advent Fellowship/Coffee Saturday, December 21: on 5:30local p.m. Worship For information Bible Sunday, December 22: 8 a.m. Confirmation Studies @ (H) 712Classes; 9call a.m.Pastor Worship;Phil 10 a.m. S.S./Bible 465-5545 (C)Class 712-465-6009. Tuesday, December 24: 5 p.m. Christmas Eve Worship @ Zion; 6:30 p.m. Christmas ST.Eve JOSEPH CATHOLIC Worship @ Pilgrim Fr. Lynn25:Bruch Wednesday, December 9 a.m. Christmas Masses: No Sunday @ Morning Day Worship/Communion Pilgrim
ST. Saturday: MARY’S CATHOLIC 6:30 p.m. CHURCH Mass Fr. Lynn Bruch Daily Mass: 8 a.m. Thursday Masses: 5:30 p.m.Saturday Tues. and 86a.m. Fri. Confessions: p.m. 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. Sunday UNITED METHODIST Confessions: Saturday CHURCH 4:30 p.m.
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WOODLAWN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Choir (Disciples of Christ) Practice;Pastor 10:30Joe a.m. Worship; 8 Roberts p.m. Bible Study. Wednesday, December 18: 3:45-6 p.m. Wednesdays: Parish-Youth Group. Rock Solid Kidz; 5-6 p.m. Solid Rock Café Sunday, December 22: 9 a.m. Youth Sunday School; LYTTON 10:10 a.m. Worship, Ryan Daisy will deliver the message; 6-7:30 p.m. EMANUEL-ST. JOHN Sunday Night Bible School LUTHERAN Tuesday, December 24: 6 p.m. Christmas Wayne Pfannkuch, Pastor Eve Worship & Children’s Program Wednesday, September 26: EPIC Wednesday, December 25: Church Office at Methodist will Church, be closed RC; 5:30
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ST. PAUL Daily Mass: LUTHERAN 8 a.m. Thursday Reverend Mossman Confessions:Jim Saturday 6 p.m. Wednesday, September 26: 11 a.m. MUNITED on W; METHODIST 5:30-8:30 p.m. EPIC CHURCH Thursday, September 27: 11 a.m. M Reverend Lexie Kirkpatrick on Choir W Practice; 10:30 Sundays: 8:30 a.m. Friday, September on W a.m. Worship; 8 p.m. 28: BibleMStudy. Saturday, September 29: 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays: Parish-Youth Group. Worship Sunday, September LYTTON 30: 9 a.m. Worship; 10 a.m. Sunday School; EMANUEL-ST. JOHN LUTHERAN 10 a.m. Confi rmation
Wayne Pfannkuch, Pastor Wednesday, December 18: 5:30 p.m. 5th-8th UNITED METHODIST Grade EPIC; 6:30 p.m. meal for Students; 7 p.m. High SchoolPastor EPIC Anita Bane, (Christmas at Emanuel-St. 10:30 a.m.Party Worship, 5 p.m.John) 2nd Friday, December 20: Newsletter Deadline Saturday of each2014 month, for January Vine Skit/ Drama Service Saturday, December 21: 9-11 a.m. Children’s Christmas Service26: PracticeWednesday, September 6 p.m. Grades 2-8;6:30 10-11p.m. a.m. Children’s Christmas Bells; EPIC at UMC Service Practice-Preschool to Grade 1 Sunday, September 10:30 a.m. Sunday, December 22: 30: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship; 11:30 a.m. Confi rmation; School; 10 a.m. Children’s Christmas Service with 6 p.m.Study Contemporary/ 6:30Baptism; p.m. Bible Community Service; 7:15 p.m. Confirmation Tape Ministry: Colleen Arndt ODEBOLT Tuesday, December 24: 7 p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
TRINITY LUTHERAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Pastor Wayne Pfannkuch, Pr Tuesday, September 18: 5:30 p.m. 9 a.m. Worship Sac City Zone LWML Fall Rally. 10 a.m. Sunday School @ Emanuel-St. John Lutheran
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Births Charles Eugene McGrail Lake City – Charles Eugene McGrail, 85, died Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital in Lake City. A Celebration of Life service was held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Lake City Union Church in Lake City with Rev. Beth Harbaugh officiating. Visitation was from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Lampe Funeral Home in Lake City with a prayer service at 7 p.m. A private family burial will be held. Gene is survived by his daughters Kim (Duane) Handlos of Carroll and Pat (Bill) Higgins of Lake City, 4 grandchildren and 9 greatgrandchildren and sister Betty Habhab of Fort Dodge. He was
Nicholas Kavanaugh and Megan Wharff of Cedar Falls are pleased to announce their engagement. Parents ofPOMEROY the couple are Dana EtzelEVANGELICAL and Dave Wharff of Urbandale CONVENANT and Chris and Kris Kavanaugh of Rural Pomeroy Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday school; 10:15 Lohrville. Morning Worship A Dec. 22 wedding in West Des Moines is planned. ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Kavanaugh is a Danner 2008 graduate Fr. Brian Sundays: a.m. Mass of Southern Cal 11High School and See Parish Bulletinofforthe weekday mass a 2011 graduate University schedule of Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s degree inROCKWELL Communication. He is CITY pursuing a master’s degree from
John “Norman” Mundie, 84, of Fort Dodge passed away Thursday, December 12, 2013 at the Paul J. Baber Hospice Home. the University of Northern Iowa Funeral services were held 10:00 in Student Affairs. He is16th employed a.m. Monday, December in the in the University of Northern Iowa Chapel of the Laufersweiler-Sievers Admissions Offi ce. Funeral Home and 10:30 a.m. at Wharff is a Church 2007 graduate of Corpus Christi with Msgr. Urbandale High Schooltheand Kevin McCoy officiating Massa of Christian Burial. Burial followed 2011 graduate of the University of at St. Francis Cemetery Rockwell Northern Iowa with ain bachelor’s City withinMilitary Rites conducted degree Communication. She by the Rockwell City Veterans is pursuing a master’s degree Association. A visitation was on from the University of Northern Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Iowa in Communication. She is with a Vigil at 5:00 p.m. all at the employed as a Graduate Assistant funeral home. inNorman the University of Northern Iowa is survived by his sons, Communication Department. Bart Mundie of Irving, TX; Brian Mundie and his wife Lauri of Fort Dodge; Curtis Mundie and his wife Carol of Houston, TX; Keith Mundie of Irving, TX; daughters, Marcia the Variety this Sunday. Quinnell andShow her husband BruceWe of will furnish bars Mickelson and help setand up Frisco, TX; the Dawn tables. her husband Cliff of Duncombe; Jeremy Schaefer came to look over Lori Lewis and her husband Ron the electrical works and gave us a bid of Carrollton, TX; 9 grandchildren, what grandchildren, it will cost to update He 7of great and 1 it. great showed us several ways to do it and great granddaughter. we to choose, so voted have Hehadwas preceded in todeath his company come and do the work. by his parents, John and Ruby It will beMundie; sometimewife, in October. (Potts) Faye; and Every year we treat the County brother, Howard Mundie, infant Supervisors to aMelodie, dinner, soand we an all granddaughter, brought covered dishes and they infant grandson, Jared. came at noon and it was a nice dinner Norman Mundie was born on for them25, and1929 us asinwell. January Rockwell City. getting to the of our year HeIt’swas raised andendeducated in being open. We’ve had a from good Rockwell City and graduated attendanceCity of High people coming just Rockwell School. Norman to go through and National we have Guard gotten served with the several1948 projects done. We from to 1952. He had wasa good then board of workers and we all to united in marriage to Faye seem Stumpf enjoy it. 19, 1952 in Rockwell City. on April Thecouple only thing that is coming up is The established their home the Variety hope youCity can and farmed Show, in thesoRockwell all come and enjoy that. area until 1959. They then moved want IA to where make they know that to We Jefferson, farmed we are a CALHOUN COUNTY MUSEUM, not just a Rockwell City 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.
Calhoun County Museum CHURCH OF CHRIST 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Communion & Worship Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Supper; 7 to 8 p.m. Youth Group 1st thru 12th grades
The Calhoun County Museum EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Association at the Interim met Speaker Tim museum Chavers on 817 were S. 3rd. St. Sept. 18. There nine members For more information, call 297-5445 present. 9 a.m. Worship; 6:30 p.m. Sunday evening President Marlene Johnson Called Worship; the meeting to order, the minutes Wednesday: Prayer Service – 6 p.m. were read and the treasurer’s report was explained. Bot LUTHERAN were accepted. IMMANUEL Old business: Uyntha Duncan has (Missouri Synod) Rev. Chadric come several times toDietrich work on new Sundays: a.m. Sunday School; cards for 8:45 the exhibits. They 9:45 look a.m. Worship very nice. JoAnne Maguire and FRANCIS Aileen ST. Maguire haveCATHOLIC helped her. Fr. and Briancrew Dannerhave been Jim Casey 9:30 a.m. Sunday painting Masses: the windows, as you can see See Parish Bulletin for weekday Mass when you driveschedule by. There are a LOT of windows, as you can see when you drive by, so it takes a while. ST. PAUL The men have LUTHERAN been working very Reverend Mossman hard getting theJimHammond Log p.m. Cabin Saturdays: ready to 5:30 move upWorship here. It was Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship; 10 a.m. Sunday and still is a lot of work, so we thank School and Confirmation all of them. Served 1st & 3rd Sunday Communion Bonnie DeBolt reported on the Flea Market. It did very well and UNITED METHODIST made moreAnita thanBane, theyPastor did last time. She Wednesday, thanked all her helpers December 18: 2 p.m.for RC all their hard work 5and takes a LOT UMW Christmas; p.m. it EPIC Christmas Party; 6 p.m.to Bells of work. Big thanks her! Sunday, December 9:15 the a.m. Sunday Sun. Sept. 16th 22:was annual School; 10:30 a.m. Worship, Kids Al Welsh Dance. We hadChristmas a good Tuesday, December 24: 11 a.m. Holy attendance. There were about 90 Communion at Sunny Knoll; 6:30 p.m. who came and danced a lot, Christmasthey Eve Service always a fun time. New business: Dorothy Talbot has SOMERS UNITED METHODIST Kristina Thompson, Pastor Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship
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People in the Lake City area can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. St. Mary Catholic Church will host Life Line Screening on Oct. 8 The site is located at 205 N. Lloyd Street in Lake City. Four key points every person needs to know: • Stroke is the third leading cause of death and a leading cause of permanent disability • 80% of stroke victims had no apparent warning signs prior to their stroke • Preventive ultrasound screenings can help you avoid a stroke • Screenings are fast, noninvasive, painless, affordable and convenient Screenings identify potential until 1962. Norman and Faye then cardiovascular conditions such as moved and established their home blocked arteries and irregular heart in Fort Dodge, where they farmed rhythm, abdominal aneurysms, until 1992, whenaortic Norm retired. and hardening arteriesCounty in the Norm served of as the Webster legs, whichand is was a strong predictor Supervisor later elected to the Housedisease. of Representatives for of heart A bone density the Democratic Party, serving from screening to assess osteoporosis risk 1993 wasfor a is alsothrough offered 2001. and is Norman appropriate rd member of the Webster County 133 both men and women. AirToCraft and Warning Squad, Iowa schedule an appointment, call National Guard, and the Cardinal 1-877-237-1287 or visit the website Flying Club. He has served on the at www.lifelinescreening.com. PreWebster County Fair Board, New registration is required. Coop Board, a past member of the Fort Dodge Jaycee’s, a member of the Farm Bureau, served as the president for the Parkview Retirement Homes in Otho, and was a member of Holy Trinity Parish. Norm had lived at Friendship Haven for the last few years. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.
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preceded in death by his parents, wife Ardeth, an infant Andy and Renee Bailey daughter of GlidPamela Jean McGrail, brother den became the proudand parents of Robert McGrail. their second baby girl, Emily Ruth, was bornSeptember on May 12, 1928 at onGene Wednesday, 12, 2012. Rockwell City, at Iowa to Clarence and She was born Stewart Memorial Neva (Murphy) McGrail. He served Community Hospital in Lake City in U.S. Air7Force andtheweighed lbs, 1forozfour andyears was during the She Korean On sister, May 20.5" long. joinsWar. her big 16, 1948 he at washome. married to Ardeth Alissa Sue, Grandparents Lottman at Jolley Methodist are Mr. and Mrs. RomayneChurch Bundt in Heand worked as aMrs. farmer all of Jolley. Glidden Mr. and Loren his life of until retiringMO. in 1989. Gene Bailey Kirsville, was a member of the Lake City Union Church. To leave a condolence for the family please visit www. lampefuneralhome.com.
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Tremell), Lois Hawn (husband Fred) and Laura Vogel (husband Tim) and several grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter-inlaw Lori Jean Christensen (wife of Russell, mother of Rachel) grandson Kevin Schmidt, two brothers and five sisters. Richard was born on August 17, 1923 at Rodman, Iowa to Jorgen and Emma (Davidsen) Christensen. He married Leatrice Guinn and was a farmer all his life.
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2013/14 SCCHS Brotherhood Members of the dance team that received a second place finish in the Iowa High School small school boys team competition in Des Moines on Dec. 5 include (left to right ) Sam Spencer, Ryan Nicholson, Jacob Clark, Colin Brown, Ryan Martin, Jace Neubaum, Lucas Farrington, Jordan Batta, Aubrey Richardson and Matt Nieland . The team is coached by Theresa Hildreth. (Photo courtesy of Kenn Krpan)
POLICE REPORT Stabbing Allegation Results In Arrest
On Nov. 21, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a man being stabbed in the neck at 220 Westview Ave. Yetter. Valentino Whitaker, 52, was taken to Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City and then transferred to Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines, with a wound to the neck. On Nov. 22, a search warrant was executed at 220 Westview Ave. in Yetter. An arrest warrant for Willful Injury was issued for Ronnie A. Kraft, 46, of 220 Westview Ave., Yetter. Kraft was arrested on Dec. 2 and held in the Sac County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bond.
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On Nov. 26, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office investigated a onevehicle accident on 360th St. Travis A. Smith, 22, Lake View, and it rolled, coming to rest in the ditch.
A passenger, Jackie D. Smith of Lake City was transported Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City with injuries. Travis Smith was charged with Failure to Maintain Control and Operating While Intoxicated. Vehicle damage was estimated at $10,000.
On Dec. 4, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office investigated a one-vehicle rollover accident on County Road D-26. Vicki L. Elsen, 60, Sioux city, was driving a GMC Envoy east on D-26 and lost control due to icy conditions. She reported possible injuries. Vehicle damage was estimated at $5,000. On Dec. 6, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office investigated a car/ raccoon accident. Joseph W. Sullen, 53, Manson, driving a 2002 Chrysler mini-van, hit a raccoon, causing an estimated $2,000 damage top the
vehicle. The driver was not injured. On Dec. 10, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office investigated a weather related accident on N-28. Allison M. Batz, 17, Sac City, was driving north when blowing snow resulting from a south bound semi caused visibility problems and Batz went into the ditch. No injuries were reported. About $1,500 in damage was done to the vehicle. On Dec. 11, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office investigated a snowplow/car accident at First and Main St. Rockwell City. Phillip G. Hammen, 50, Rockwell City, driving the snowplow, failed to see a vehicle driven by Thomas R. Knapp, 34, Cedar Rapids, and the vehicles collided, causing an estimated total vehicle damage of $6,000. No injuries were reported. No citations were issued.
December, 1973 40 Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Morenz entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McIntire’s birthday anniversaries. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight McIntire and family, Mrs. Nellie Hendricks, Laurie Gray and Cindy and Becke and Mrs. and Mrs. Burnis Wilhelm of Clarion. Some 300 people were present at the first Lake City Chamber of Commerce Christmas Drawing Dec. 8. Prizes were awarded to 11 people. Winners included three people who won $50 worth of meat. They were Donita Dowling, Janet Schaffer, and Karen McCarty. Winners of $25 worth of meat were Bill Williams, Lambert Klocke, Ed Krackenburg and Jim Van Meter. Additional prizes of $25 in scrip money were awarded to Jim Higgins, Warren Clark, Judy Sharkey and Robert Owen. Golden Ripe Bananas, LB., 10c; Dream Whip Topping, 8 oz. pkg. 69c; Tide, Giant Box, 79c — Ryan’s SuperValue. Glenn Hobart, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clow, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schleisman, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keppl and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Ahn attended the annual Co-op meeting in Kansas last week. The annual Bowie Mfg. Christmas Party was held Dec. 8 at St. Mary’s Church. The ladies there served 136 barbecued pork dinners. Portable TV sets were presented to six employees for completing five years loyal service by Dr. M. C. Bowie and Lowell Bowie before the group adjourned to the Country Club to dance to the music of the Country Strangers. Those honored for five years service were: Marvin and Shirley Johnson, Sharon and Gene Segebart, Rosemary and Tim Stickrod, Sharon Kavanaugh, Lola Millis, Steve Kavanaugh, Riley Millis, Mary and Gerald Tannehill. Ernie Wench of Lidderdale was the winner of the 1974 Vega Hatchback given away by the Lake City Chamber of Commerce in their annual Christmas drawing. Winners of $50 of meat were Ed Jensen of Carroll, Aaron Carlson and Betsy Miller. Winning $25 of meat were
Jay Carlson, Warren Clark, Joni Strickland and Hulda Dougherty. Script money valued at $25 in exchange at participating local merchants was also given to four people. They were Leonard Hardy, Allen Blair, Alvin Mohr and Mrs. Gary Dimel. Eagles Echoes – A student evaluation of LCHS teachers produced these results: Grading - Mr. Christersen - Ms. Gould; Clothes - Mr. Blanchfield - Miss Bellows; Attitude - Mr. Angove Mrs. Buckley; Personality - Mr. Core - Miss Perry; Discipline - Mr. Yunek - Ms. Sharp; Body - Mr. Miller - Mrs. Callis; Hair - Mr. Graff - Miss Hovland; Smile - Mr. Lyons - Mrs. Patten; Devotion - Mr. Palm - Mrs. Yunek. December, 1943 70 Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. R. P. DeHart celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 22 at their home in Lake City. A family dinner was held at the home Sunday. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Day and son Merle, Mrs. Harold Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mimnaugh and son Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Pearle DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeHart, Mrs. Melford DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohr and daughter Nancy Ann, Mrs. Allie Sievert, Martin DeHart, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fisher. One son, Charles, three grandsons Melford DeHart, Earl Campbell and Rob DeHart all members of the armed forces and one granddaughter, June Rose DeHart, were unable to be present. Twenty-five Calhoun county men went to Camp Dodge for possible induction into the armed services this week and, according to the local draft board, the December call is expected to be smaller. The men who went to Des Moines for their physicals Tuesday were: Leo Bean, Max Pierce, Gerald Shanklin, Ralph Daisy, Kenneth Ort, Jay Carlson, Arlis Barkmeir all of Lake City. Chas Rafferty, Albert Lange, Olin Johnson, Clarence Black, Jr., Richard Hildreth, Ernest Courter, and Lowell Hildreth of Rockwell City; Eugene Ulfers, Eugene Bates, Lyle Brennan, Manson; Lester Mohr, Des Moines; Donald E.
Johnson, Jolley; Keith Stephenson, Rinard, Arthur Grindlar, Storm Lake, Thomas Jamison, Hiteman; Harry Mendenhall, Lytton; Maurice D. Moulds, transfer from Chicago. Pure Country Sorghum, “Gal.” Pail, $1.99; Tender Beef Sirloin Steak, Lb. 35c; Luckies - Old Golds, Etc., Cigarettes, Carton $1.59; “The Coffee with Flavor worth Crowing about” Red Rooster, 3 Pound Bag, 59c – Big M Super Market. Eagles Echoes - Sports – The following boys reported to Coach Awtry for basketball last week: Seniors – Arnold Moulds, Myron Glasnapp. Juniors – Bill Picht, Bob Coffman, Clarence McCaulley, Chuck Lambert, Wallace Bryant, Bill Kral, Warren Bradley. Sophomores – Bud Sharkey, Eddie Squires, Edgar Weaklend, Gale Kindred, Bryce Daisy, Carl Matthews, Chuck Miller, Arnie Hicks, Everett Hicks. Freshmen – Bernard O’Brien, Pete Savage, T. J. Painter, Gene Rosendahl, Don Miller, Art Fangman. The American people were asked today by J. A. Krug, director of the Office of War Utilities, to confine Christmas lighting decorations to Christmas trees inside private homes. Mr. Krug asked that street decorations, community Christmas trees, exterior home decorations and interiors and exteriors of commercial establishments dispense with decorations this year insofar as lighting is concerned. “Government and industry have combined in a nationwide conservation campaign to save critical fuels and materials necessary to produce and consume electricity,” he said. After operating a milk route in Lake City for 27 years, B. F. Taylor is announcing in this issue of The Graphic that he is retiring from the dairy business, effective January 1. Taylor will turn the management of the business over to Fred McIntire whom he has employed for the past 10 years and the firm will operate under the same name, Woodland Dairy, offering the same service. Dance – New Year’s Nite, Sat., Jan 1, ‘44 — Cecelia and her Little Giants — Community Building — Lake City.
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The December meeting of the Adaza Thursday Club followed a dinner served by Moni Moran and Jane Beschorner in the Lohrville Library meeting room on the 5th. The hostesses were assisted by three good friends! The dining room was decorated for the holidays and the colors carried over into the adjacent Community Room where the displays were being set up for the Festival of Trees. The Adaza tree was a cluster of poinsettia plants. The members brought some items and also made donations for the food pantry. Greetings will be sent to friends at holiday time with a recap of our year’s activities. Martha Hennesy of Andover, MN, was at Liz Guess’ the ﬁrst weekend of December. They went to the Friday night opening of the Festival of Trees in Lohrville. Vernon and Shirley Hamilton went to Manson Sunday Dec. 8th to watch grandson Dillon in a wrestling match. He won the 3rd place trophy. There were ﬁve from the Adaza and Churdan area at Greene County Historical Society’s December meeting the 1st Friday of the month at the Congregate Meal Site at Greenewood Center in Jefferson. After the meal Greene County High
School musicians entertained with seasonal music selections by piano, vocal groups and a ﬂute quartet, students of Becky Greiner. As is the custom, all received a sack of popcorn from Don Coon. Liz Guess and Barbara Winkelman were in Rippey Saturday Dec. 7th for the breakfast served by Friends of Rippey. The Hamilton’s, Vernon and Shirley, Eugenia and her children, Raeann, Olivia and Dillon, were involved in the living nativity scene presented the morning of the 7th by the Paton Presbyterian Church members. The animals present were a donkey, sheep, chickens, doves, a miniature cow and rabbits, and some of these came from the Hamilton farm. Vernon and Dillon were shepherds, Olivia was Mary. Another family furnished a wall of baled straw that provided some protection from the cold breezes of the weather. A craft making table was available, also hot chocolate, coffee, cake and cookies. A Christmas wish from your ADAZA friends -- for goodwill and blessings to everyone! Anyone having an item for Adaza news may contact Pat Schmitt at 515-389-3737.
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We offer our sympathy to Hat Gidel and her family at the recent passing of her husband, Dale. Dale, who was involved in many community projects, served on the original Board of Directors responsible for the building of Sunnyview Independent Living. Thank you, Dale. One of the impressive things about the Golden Buckle Home Christmas party on Sunday evening, Dec. 8, was the ﬂuffy blanket of snow. These feathery ﬂakes had countless sparkles set off by the street lights. Another impressive thing about the party was that even though the entertainment group was unable to make it from out of town (the beautiful snow was treacherous), the party-attendees came up with their own entertainment. We sang -- under the direction of Renee Stauter and other members of the Golden Buckle Home Board of Directors who were in attendance. We sang Christmas carols, taking requests from the audience, a cappella. Audience participation was a key factor – it was fun! The Sunnyview staff would like to thank the Sunnyview residents for their gifts. Thank you to the GBH Board of Directors for putting on the Christmas party. Also, the Sunnyview staff would like to thank the Board of Directors for their gifts. There was plenty of pizza and fellowship. One star of the evening was a wee lad named Mason who was about three months old, the grandson of a Sunnyview staff member. Sunnyview was well-adorned for the party. Sandy and her crew (was it
Jana and Angie?) did a ﬁne job. There are now four large Christmas trees throughout the building. Assembling the trees was not the end of it, of course. Next were the lights and then all the individual ornaments. Often there are other helpers who join in, and this year was no exception. Along with other decorations throughout the building, like wall hangings and table arrangements, the place is really done up. There are numerous nativity scenes on display, each unique, to remind us of the Christ Child. The TV Lounge is graced with a lovely tree (could it be Carene’s tree?), the southwest entry way is graced with a charming tree (could it be Marlene’s?) and many other touches abound. There is even a small colorful tree in the kitchen. Thank you to everyone who was involved with “decking the halls.” This year we missed the decorating input from Dee Harman, who worked for Sunnyview for over 35 years and passed away this past March. One morning several days ago, before the snow, freezing rain turned into a coating of ice that covered the roads, sidewalks, cars, and everything else. Travel was difﬁcult. The next day the ice had vanished from the sidewalks, etc. Some of us were confused – had the temperatures risen into the 40s or 50s during the night, melted all of that ice, and then plummeted again by morning? We were told by reliable sources that the ice had actually “freeze dried.” This sounds rather mysterious -- what do you think?
My thought for the day is: The only blind person at Christmas time is he who has not Christmas in his heart. This was written by Helen Keller. The Trivia Question is: What Des Moines native was a regular on the Bob Newhart Show and I Dream of Jeannie? The Cookie Walk at the United Methodist Church was a success. Hope you all were able to attend and have coffee with friends. The Festival of Trees was great, such Creativity Thanks to everyone that brought a tree or another item to share with the community and to those who attended. A really big THANK YOU to United Bank for the Open House and the food. I think maybe a thankyou is due to Nila for ﬁxing the food which was terriﬁc. I had the pleasure to sit at the Festival and making sure that all was well on Saturday. The Kick Off for Christmas was so nice with caroling, food, games, craft making and of course Santa’s visit. Thanks to all who made it happen.
The Lohrville community was saddened by the passing of Larry Hood, he was a former Calhoun County Supervisor and did a good job. He will be missed. Our sympathies go out to the Hood family and Larry’s friends. Our sympathies go to the family of Gerald Dial, husband of former Lohrville resident Alice Ann Runquist. I’m sure he will also be missed. Gene McGrail passed away this past week. There never was a happier guy than Gene and he will be truly missed. On Wednesday the Reading group at the JJHands Library frosted cookies as their activity and gave each one of the Coffee Group one of their handiwork which was delicious Thank you one and all. Hope Santa brings you some of the things you want. The answer to the Trivia Question is Bill Daly and he was funny. Anyone having an item for Lohrville news may contact Bette Knapp at 712-465-3295.
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Christmas is such a special time of year. We have been busy trying to make Christmas special for each and every resident at Sunny Knoll. This past Sunday we were thankful to have the Catholic Church come and sing carols for us. Bill and Linda Haeder along with Neil and Karen Blaas joined in as well. What beautiful voices! Sunday we also had the Garﬁeld Gleamers 4-H Club join us. They had made Christmas pillow cases and had put special gifts in for each of our residents to enjoy. Special thanks to them and their helpers and all who made donations to their project: Teri Stork, Diane Vavak, Sunny Knoll residents working on their snowmen Lee’s Quilt Shed, Norma Hecht, residents love them! Troup 92. They came in Tuesday night Cheryl Haden and various others. Our We are also thankful to the Girl Scout and decorated all of the doors and even
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sang a few Christmas carols. You should stop in and see our door they look fabulous! Thanks for your time girls. We also had a visit from the Augustana Lutheran Church out of Manson. The ladies came and sang Christmas carols and delivered goodies. Wow what a busy week, as we were also trying to ﬁnish our snowmen. We took landscaping bricks and painted several coats of white paint on them, added a cute little face and clothes. They turned out so nice. We also started making Christmas goodies for our upcoming Christmas party. We made homemade cream cheese mints, homemade peanut butter balls and decorated cut-out cookies. We had more fun sampling I think! Stop in and see all the fun things we are up to! Jennifer Roberts, Activity Director.
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DECEMBER 18, 2013
SCC wrestling completes busy week By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity wrestling team completed a busy week on the mat as they participated in three events last week. The Titans most recently went to the Central Springs round-robin tournament in Manly and won the tournament with 256 team points. The Titans had three wrestlers take first place at the meet including Colin Corey (120), Zayne Barrett (182) and Aron King (285). Placing second at Manly for SCC were Caleb Maguire (152), Jeff King (160), Tyler Kutz (170) and Jesse Casey (220). The Titans started out the week by participating in a quadrangular meet at Humboldt, Tuesday, Dec. 10, and went 2-1 as a team as they defeated East Sac County 78-0 and Ridge View 56-16 while falling to Humboldt 57-15. On Thursday, Dec. 12, the Titans went 3-0 at a quadrangular meet hosted by Pocahontas Area in Pocahontas. The Titans defeated PAC 43-19, knocked off GraettingerTerrill/Ruthven-Ayershire 45-30, and beat Prairie Valley 57-24. This week, the Titans were scheduled to compete at Wall Lake against East Sac County, Southeast Webster-Grand and Audubon at 6 p.m., and are at the Ridge View Tournament in Holstein Saturday, Dec. 21, at 9 a.m. SCC wrestling results at Pocahontas Dec. 12 South Central Calhoun 43, Pocahontas Area 19 152: Tyler Hubrich, PAC, pinned Caleb Maguire, SCC, 1:20. 160: Daniel Sommerlot, PAC, dec. Ty Riley, SCC, 9-4. 170: Jeff King, SCC, pinned Tyler Colee, PAC, 1:05. 182: Tyler Kutz, SCC, pinned Matt Lenz, PAC, 1:31. 195: Zayne Barrett, SCC, pinned Tyler Case, POAR, 3:09. 220: Rylan Richardson, SCC, maj. dec. Jesse O`Tool, PAC, 12-4. 285: Aron King, SCC, forf. . 106: Cody Smith, SCC, forf. . 113: Joe Minkler, PAC, dec. Jordan Payne, SCC, 4-3. 120: Mitchel Brinkman, PAC, maj.
South Central Calhoun’s Jeff King pins his opponent from Pocahontas Area Thursday, Dec. 12, in Pocahontas as the Titans wrestling team took on Pocahontas Area, Graettinger-Terrill/Ruthven-Ayershire and Prairie Valley in a quadrangular meet. SCC finished as a team 3-0 on the evening. (Photo by Doug Dornath) dec. Colin Corey, SCC, 16-8. 126: Clayton Reis, PAC, dec. Keilund Steinborn, SCC, 7-6. 132: MJ Sittig, SCC, dec. Connor Schoening, PAC, 6-1. 138: Ashten Halvorsen, SCC, dec. Adam Brown, PAC, 8-7. 145: Cody Schumacher, SCC, dec. Nathan Kulp, PAC, 10-5. South Central Calhoun 45, GT/RA 30 170: Tyler Kutz, SCC, pinned Matt McGrauth, GTRA, 3:01. 182: Zayne Barrett, SCC, pinned Kodi Fergeson, GTRA, 1:52. 195: Rylan Richardson, SCC, pinned Nate Harris, GTRA, 0:49. 220: Kyle Long, GTRA, pinned Jesse Casey, SCC, 0:57. 285: Cody Thompson, GTRA, dec. Aron King, SCC, 9-3. 106: Cody Marrlow, GTRA, pinned Cody Smith, SCC, 1:38. 113: Jordan Payne, SCC, pinned Keeven Long, GTRA, 0:30. 120: Colin Corey, SCC, pinned Jordan Thompson, GTRA, 3:38. 126: Keilund Steinborn, SCC, dec. Sam George, GTRA, 8-2. 132: Alex Hoffman, GTRA, dec. MJ Sittig, SCC, 9-5. 138: Ashten Halvorsen, SCC, pinned Beau Schany, GTRA,
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By Deb Yankey, Iowa Agency on Aging
Iowans Rely on Do Not Call Registry
In a recent report issued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Iowa ranked high in the percentage of residents who take advantage of the Do Not Call Registry. Iowa was 12th in the nation with 78% of personal phone numbers registered! Iowa’s Senior Medicare Patrol recommends that you register your number today. (Maybe next year we can be tops in the country!) Call 1-888-382-1222 or visit www. donotcall.gov. If you call, you must do so from the number you want to register. You can register up to three personal phone numbers and your registration does not expire. After you’ve been registered 31 days, telemarketers are not allowed to make sales calls to you. If you do receive sales calls from places you’ve not done business with in the last 18 months, you should make a note of the date, time and business South Central Calhoun (Round-Robin format) Saturday, Dec. 14 in Manly Final team standings — 1. South Central Calhoun 256; 2. Central Springs 250; 3. Dike-New Hartford 194; 4. Newman Catholic 128; 5. South Hamilton 127; 6. BCLUW/ South Hardin 124. 106 - Cody Smith (10-6) placed 3rd and scored 18 team points. Round 1 - Zack Nichol (Dike-New Hartford) 4-1 won by fall over Cody Smith (SCC) 10-6 (Fall 0:23); Round 2 - Cody Smith (SCC) 10-6 received a bye; Round 3 - Cody Smith (SCC) 10-6 received a bye () (Bye);;Round 4 - Coleman Waters (Central Springs) 11-1 won by fall over Cody Smith (SCC) (Fall 0:32); Round 5 - Cody Smith (SCC) 10-6 won by fall over Orion Gunderson (BCLUW/South Hardin) 6-6 (Fall 0:31). 113 - Jordan Payne (10-3) placed 2nd and scored 24 team points. Rounds 1 through 4 - Jordan Payne (SCC) received a bye; Round 5 Jeremiah Colon (Newman Catholic) won by tech fall over Jordan Payne (SCC) (TF-1.5 5:07 (16-0)). 120 - Colin Corey (13-3) placed 1st and scored 24 team points. Round 1 - Colin Corey (SCC) received a bye; Round 2 - Colin Corey (SCC) won by fall over Micah Dorow (BCLUW/South Hardin) (Fall 1:16); Round 3 - Colin Corey (SCC) won by decision over Kody Kugel (Dike-New Hartford) (Dec 13-7); Round 4 - Colin Corey (SCC) won by decision over Matthew McDonough (Central Springs) (Dec 7-4); Round 5 - Colin Corey (SCC) won by fall over Spencer Pham (Newman Catholic) (Fall 0:34) 126 - Keilund Steinborn (5-9) placed 5th and scored 3 team points. Round 1 - Charlie Reiter (South Hamilton) won by decision over Keilund Steinborn (SCC) (Dec 5-2); Round 2 - JD Sliger (Central Springs) won by fall over Keilund Steinborn (SCC) (Fall 3:39); Round 3 - Alex Mooty (Dike-New Hartford) won by decision over Keilund Steinborn (SCC) (Dec 8-6); Round 4 - Keilund Steinborn (SCC) won by decision over Austin Willett (BCLUW/South Hardin) (Dec 9-6); Round 5 - Ben Ball (Newman Catholic) won by tech fall over Keilund Steinborn (SCC) (TF-1.5 6:00 (17-2)) 132 - MJ Sittig (9-7) placed 4th and scored 12 team points. Round 1 - MJ Sittig (SCC) won
that called you. Although the Registry does not stop political, charity or survey calls there is a solution to those unwanted calls, too. You have the right to ask the political organization, charity or survey caller to place your number on their organization’s do not call list. Make a note of when you make this request and to which organizations. Registering your phone number or telling the organization or business not to call your number, gives you the right to file a complaint if they do call you. Use the notes you took about the dates and callers. It is very important to file complaints because money talks and if the FTC receives complaints they can fine the organizations. You can file a complaint at the phone number and web address listed earlier. Join your wise friends and neighbors who’ve already registered their numbers. When you start enjoying getting fewer annoying calls, you’ll also be able to spot a scam caller more easily! The sources of information for this article are “FY
2013 National Do Not Call Registry Data Book” and www.consumer.ftc. gov Money Smart for Older Adults A new resource guide to help prevent financial exploitation has been created by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The Senior Medicare Patrol helped provide information for this guide, which discusses how to prevent frauds, scams and other types of elder financial exploitation. A “MetLife Study of Elder Financial Abuse: Crimes of Occasion, Desperation, and Predation Against America’s Elders” cites an estimated $2.9 billion lost by older Americans due to exploitation in 2010. Government and private organizations regard financial exploitation to be an epidemic. The “Money Smart for Older Adults” guide is available to download at www.consumerfinance.gov/olderamericans.
by fall over Scott Peyton (Newman Catholic) (Fall 1:06); Round 2 Trent Johnson (Dike-New Hartford) won by fall over MJ Sittig (SCC) (Fall 0:50); Round 3 - Dylan Mueller (Central Springs) won by fall over MJ Sittig (SCC) (Fall 1:39); Round 4 - MJ Sittig (SCC) won by fall over Mitch Miller (BCLUW/South Hardin) 5-7 (Fall 1:36); Round 5 JD Rader (South Hamilton) won by fall over MJ Sittig (SCC) (Fall 2:46) 138 - Ashten Halvorsen (7-9) placed 4th and scored 9 team points. Round 1 - Ethan Blanchard (Central Springs) won by fall over Ashten Halvorsen (SCC) (Fall 1:20); Round 2 - Ashten Halvorsen (SCC) won by decision over Nick Durnin (DikeNew Hartford) (Dec 10-4); Round 3 - Ashten Halvorsen (SCC) received a bye; Round 4 - Reed Rognes (Newman Catholic) won by fall over Ashten Halvorsen (SCC) (Fall 2:35); Round 5 - Luke Peters (South Hamilton) won by fall over Ashten Halvorsen (SCC) (Fall 4:00) 145 - Cody Schumacher (4-12) placed 4th and scored 12 team points. Round 1 - Michael Tan (Newman Catholic) won by fall over Cody Schumacher (SCC) (Fall 1:04); Round 2 - Hunter Veech (Central Springs) won by fall over Cody Schumacher (SCC) (Fall 0:52); Round 3 - Austin Roys (South Hamilton) won by tech fall over Cody Schumacher (SCC) (TF-1.5 5:11 (17-2)); Rounds 4 and 5 - Cody Schumacher (SCC) received a bye. 152 - Caleb Maguire (8-8) placed 2nd and scored 21 team points. Round 1 - Levi Nettleton (Central Springs) won by decision over Caleb Maguire (SCC) (Dec 8-2); Round 2 - Caleb Maguire (SCC) won by decision over Isaiah Ralston (BCLUW/South Hardin) (Dec 6-4); Round 3 - Caleb Maguire (SCC) won by fall over Brenden Weber (Newman Catholic) (Fall 2:38) Rounds 4 and 5 - Caleb Maguire (SCC) received a bye. 160 - Jeff King (14-2) placed 2nd and scored 22 team points. Round 1 - Jeff King (SCC) received a bye; Round 2 - Jeff King (SCC) won by major decision over Max Reiter (South Hamilton) (MD 133); Round 3 - Jeff King (SCC) won by forfeit over Forfeit; Round 4 Kegen Fingalsen (Central Springs) won by fall over Jeff King (SCC) (Fall 4:22); Round 5 - Jeff King (SCC) won by fall over Caleb Engle
(BCLUW/South Hardin) (Fall 1:28) 170 - Tyler Kutz (14-2) placed 2nd and scored 24 team points. Round 1 - Tyler Kutz (SCC) won by fall over Brady Clabaugh (South Hamilton) (Fall 0:37); Round 2 - Tyler Kutz (South Central Calhoun) won by fall over Cameron Moorehead (Central Springs) (Fall 1:58); Round 3 - Tyler Kutz (SCC) won by fall over DJ Ackerson (DikeNew Hartford) (Fall 0:36); Round 4 - Tyler Lutes (BCLUW/South Hardin) won by major decision over Tyler Kutz (SCC) (MD 8-0); Round 5 - Tyler Kutz (SCC) won by fall over Patrick Anderegg (Newman Catholic) (Fall 0:26) 182 - Zayne Barrett (15-1) placed 1st and scored 30 team points. Round 1 - Zayne Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Levi Lynch (DikeNew Hartford) (Fall 3:06); Round 2 - Zayne Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Austin Stachota (BCLUW/ South Hardin) (Fall 0:48); Round 3 - Zayne Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Nick Miller (Central Springs) (Fall 0:59); Rounds 4 and 5 - Zayne Barrett (SCC) received a bye. 195 - Ben Sexton (2-4) placed 4th and scored 12 team points. Round 1 - Blake Cooper (BCLUW/ South Hardin) won by fall over Ben Sexton (SCC) (Fall 1:43); Round 2 - Kyle Dennis (Dike-New Hartford) won by fall over Ben Sexton (SCC) (Fall 3:40); Round 3 - Colton Hansen (Newman Catholic) won by fall over Ben Sexton (SCC) (Fall 1:57); Round 4 - Ben Sexton (SCC) received a bye; Round 5 - Ben Sexton (SCC) won by fall over Jacob Shafer (Central Springs) (Fall 1:39) 220 - Jesse Casey (8-6) placed 2nd and scored 24 team points. Rounds 1 through 4 - Jesse Casey (SCC) 8-6 received a bye; Round 5 Brice Beninga (Dike-New Hartford) 5-0 won by fall over Jesse Casey (SCC) (Fall 0:22) 285 - Aron King (14-2) placed 1st and scored 21 team points. Round 1 - Aron King (SCC) won by fall over Nolan Emley (BCLUW/ South Hardin) (Fall 0:57); Round 2 Aron King (SCC) won by forfeit over Tommy Dalton (Central Springs) (For.); Round 3 - Aron King (SCC) received a bye; Round 4 - Aron King (SCC) won by decision over Josh Lutter (South Hamilton) (Dec 6-3); Round 5 - Aron King (SCC) won in sudden victory - 1 over Tommy Irvin (Dike-New Hartford) (SV-1 3-1)
DECEMBER 18, 2013
SCC JV girls basketball team results The South Central Calhoun JV girls basketball team picked up a 3727 victory over Manson Northwest Webster Monday, Dec. 9. The Titans were led in scoring by Abby Clark and Allison Birks with nine points each. Jadyn Khommanyvong ﬁnished with seven points and Cali Miller and Shelby Kingery each scored four points. Khomannyvong led in rebounds
with four while Aliyah Taylor, Kingery and Miller each had three. Kingery also contributed three assists and two steals and Taylor also had three assists in the win. The Titans led 9-6 after the ﬁrst quarter and 20-12 at the half. MNW closed the gap to 28-23 Titans by the end of the third quarter but the Titans held the Cougars to only four points in the fourth.
SCC Jr High girls baskebtall team adds more wins this week Performance by 6 grade musicians th
Faith Ericsson directed the 6th Grade Band during the SCC Middle School Winter Concert on Dec. 13. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
SCCMS Band performs
Lori Morrow directed the 7th & 8th Grade Band during the SCC Middle School Winter Concert on Dec. 13. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)
The Junior High girls basketball teams picked up some more wins this past week. The 7th grade started the week with a win against Pocahontas Area. The score was 42-19. Scoring for the Titans were Heidi Hammen with 20 points, Maddie Jones with 16, Kaylynn Kruckenberg with four points and Payton Steig and Anna McChesney with two points each. The 7th grade then defeated East Sac County 34-8. Scoring in that game was Heidi Hammen with 11, Maddie Jones with 11, Payton Steig with four, Keagan King with three, Gracie King with two, Kaylynn Kruckenberg with two, and Riley Snyder with one point. The third game saw the Titans Travel to MNW at Barnum and again come home with the victory. The ﬁnal score was 43-22. Heidi Hammen was the leading scorer with 18, Maddie Jones had 13, Payton Steig- 8, Kaylynn Kruckenberg- 4, and Riley Snyder with 2 points. Also seeing action in the games were
Stephanie Stoos and Amaliya McCaulley. The eighth grade team lost a close battle with Pocahontas Area 18-11. Scoring in the game was Hannah Seil with four points, Meghan Dietrich four, Jessica Hicks- two, and Ellie Rastetter one point. Their next game vs. East Sac the Titans never got untracked and lost 31-13. The leading scorer was Meghan Dietrich with 9 points followed by Kayla Schultz with 4 points. The Titans came out determined in the third game and beat MNW 178. Scoring was as follows: Meghan Dietrich - 10, Jessica Hicks, Ellie Ratetter and Hannah Seil with two points each and Grace Henkelman with one point. Also seeing playing time was Dezerae Blankenship, Kim Daisy and Isabella Thompson. Coach Hartwig’s comments: “I was glad to see the 8th grade play such great defense and they did a much better job of rebounding.”
hit three of ﬁve attempts from the ﬁeld and had 3 assists against PV. Tanner Wiederin had two defensive rebounds against Prairie Valley. Jacob Clark had two offensive rebounds and a steal against PV. Ryan Nicholson, Dontay Bass and Jordan Batta also played against PV. Dylan Addison is recovering from an injury and is expected back after Christmas.”
Curran-1, Spencer-5, Neubaum-1, Petzenhauser-4, King-1, Clark-2, Handlos-9, Wiederin-2, Bounds-2, Daisy-18; assists: Curran-1, Spencer-5, Neubaum-3, Petzenhauser-4, King-2, Ludwig-3. SCC statistics vs. West BendMallard on Dec. 13 in Lake City: scoring: Spencer-3, Neubaum-16, Petzenhauser-29, Henkenius-1, Handlos-7, Daisy-18; rebounding: Spencer-3, Petzenhauser-6, Handlos-5, Daisy-13; assists: Spencer-3, Neubaum-2, Petzenhauser-6, Henkenius-1, Daisy-1
South Central Calhoun boys varsity team improves to 4-0 By Doug Dornath The South Central Calhoun High School boys’ basketball team added two wins last week, 66-49 over Prairie Valley at Rockwell City on Tuesday, Dec. 10, by a 77-52 ﬁnal in Rockwell City, and won 74-64 over West Bend-Mallard at Lake City on Friday, Dec. 13, to move to 4-0 on the season. In the Titans win over Prairie Valley, Ryan Daisy had his best game of the season by scoring 26 points and collecting 18 rebounds against the Warriors. Jace Neubaum added nine points against Prairie Valley and Sam Spencer and Zach Ludwig both scored seven points in the win. Jake Petzenhauser ﬁnished with six points and our assists against the Warriors In the Titans win over WBM in Lake City, the team was led by Jake Petzenhauser’s 29 points and six assists while teammates Ryan Daisy and Jace Neubaum also scored in double ﬁgures with 18 and 16 points respectively. Daisy led the Titans in rebounds against WBM with 13 while Petzenhauser had six and Anthony Handlos ﬁnished with ﬁve boards. This week the Titans played Southeast Webster-Grand at Burnside Tuesday, Dec. 17, and play
free throws and scored 29 points versus West Bend. Ryan Daisy was in double ﬁgures in scoring and rebounds in both games. Jace Neubaum hit 11 of 16 from the ﬁeld over the two games. Anthony Handlos had nine rebounds against Prairie Valley and made some key passes at the end of the West Bend game. Sam Spencer had ﬁve assists against Prairie Valley. Derrick Henkenius continued to drive well. Cyle King again passed well and had two assists against Prairie Valley. John Curran had an assist and a steal versus Prairie Valley. Trevor Bounds had two offensive rebounds against Prairie Valley. Zach Ludwig
SCC statistics vs. Prairie Valley on Dec. 10 in Rockwell City: scoring: Spencer-7,Neubaum-9, Petzenhauser-6, King-3, Clark-2, Ludwig-7, Handlos-5, Wiederin-1, Daisy-26; rebounding:
SCC senior Jake Petzenhauser drives to the basket for two of his six points against Prairie Valley Tuesday, Dec. 10, in Rockwell City. (Photo by Doug Dornath) Laurens-Marathon at Rockwell City this Friday, Dec. 20 (varsity game starts at 6 p.m.) and Emmetsburg at
Rockwell City on Saturday, Dec. 21. Coach Clark commented, “Jake Petzenhauser made 15-of-18
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SCC girls basketball team adds two more wins
By Doug Dornath Emmetsburg at 6 p.m. South Central Calhoun’s varsity girls basketball team SCC girls varsity statistics remains perfect through ﬁve vs. Prairie Valley Dec. 10 games this season as the Titans in Rockwell City: Points — picked up two more wins a Tyffaney Toms 22, Haley Birks home last week. The Titans 15, Kori Assman 13, Jenn defeated Prairie Valley 77-47 Hood 9, Michaela Graffunder in Rockwell City Tuesday, 6, Allison Birks 5, Hannah Dec. 10, and upended West Corey 4, Maria Dischler 3. Bend-Mallard in Lake City by Rebounds — H. Birks 9, Toms a 70-21 ﬁnal in Lake City. 7, Corey 4, Hood 4, A. Birks Against Prairie Valley, 3, Graffunder 3, Assman 3, Tyffaney Toms led the way Kellsie Knapp 2, Dischler 1, with 22 points on 11-of-15 Ashley Henkenius 1, Jadyn shooting from the ﬁeld and she Khommanyvong 1. Assists — added seven rebounds and two Graffunder 8, H. Birks 3, Hood blocked shots. 3, A. Birks 2, Corey 2, Shelby Teammate Haley Birks Kingery 1, Dischler 1, Knapp ﬁnished with 15 points, nine 1, Assman 1, Henkenius 1. rebounds and two steals while Steals — Henkenius 6, H. Michaela Graffunder had a Birks 4, Graffunder 4, A. Birks team-high eight assists to go South Central Calhoun’s Ashley Henkenius 2, Toms 1, Assman 1, Corey 1. with six points and four steals passes to an open teammate in action against Blocks — Toms 2, A. Birks 1, against the Warriors. Prairie Valley Tuesday, Dec. 10, in Rockwell City. H. Birks 1. “It was great to be at home,” (Photo by Doug Dornath) SCC girls varsity statistics said SCC head girls basketball vs. WBM Dec. 13 in Lake assists and four steals against the coach Dave Birks of the Titans City: Points — Haley Birks win against Prairie Valley. “Our Wolverines while Kellsie Knapp 28, Michaela Graffunder 7, Kellsie team put on an impressive offensive and Tyffaney Toms both scored six Knapp 6, Tyffaney Toms 6, Ashley display. Our transition game was points each for the No. 11 Titans. Henkenius 5, Kori Assman 5, Allison Also contributing to the Titans Birks 5, Maria Dischler 3, Hannah very good which led to some easy baskets. The post player executed big win against WBM were Allison Corey 3, Jenn Hood 2. Rebounds the hi-lo very well. We had some Birks, Ashley Henkenius and Kori — H. Birks 9, Toms 5, A. Birks 4, outstanding play from some of our Assman with ﬁve points apiece and Corey 3, Assman 3, Dischler 2, bench. It was a fun game to watch.” Maria Dischler and Hannah Corey Graffunder 1, Knapp 1, Henkenius 1, Kori Assman ﬁnished with 13 both scored three while Jenn Hood Cali Miller 1. Assists — Graffunder points against Prairie Valley and rounded out the scoring with two 6, Hood 2, A. Birks 2, Dischler 2, Jenn Hood ﬁnished with nine points points. Henkenius 2, Corey 2, Assman 1, H. The Titans (5-0) are scheduled to Birks 1. Steals — Graffunder 4, A. in the win. In the Titans’ big victory over play at Burnside against Southeast Birks 3, H. Birks 2, Dischler 2, Toms WBM, Haley Birks scored a season- Webster-Grand Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2, Hood 2, Knapp 1, Henkenius 1, high 28 points to go with nine while traveling to West Bend to take Jadyn Khommanyvong 1. Blocks — on WBM at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20. Assman 3, Corey 2. rebounds. SCC’s Michaela Graffunder SCC returns home Saturday, Dec. ﬁnished with seven points, six 21, at Rockwell City to take on
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12 The Graphic-Advocate
DECEMBER 18, 2013
Santa’s Sleigh isn’t
VANS, SUVS & TRUCKS
and You Have Someplace
To Be! 2013 Ford
Super Crew 4x4 XLT
8750 In Rebates*
500 Champion Visa Gift Card*
*with mailer, Some rebates may not apply to all purchasers
2011 FORD F-150 XLT
CREW, ECO, 4X4, 34K
2011 LINCOLN MKX AWD
NAV, MOON, 51K
2013 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, ECO CERT, 3K ........................................... $36,950 2013 EXPLORER TLD, AWD, 17K ............................................................ $35,490 2013 EXPLORER LIMITED, 4X4, 42K....................................................... $33,460 2013 EXPLORER XLT, LEATHER, 4X4, 32K ............................................. $29,990 2013 ESCAPE SEL-AWD, 32K ................................................................. $24,990 2012 F-150 CREW, LARIAT, 5.0, 4X4, 29K............................................... $34,490 2011 MKX PREMIUM, AWD, NAV, 31K .................................................... $31,995 2011 F-150 CREW, LARIAT, 4X4, 5.0, 38K............................................... $31,975 2011 F-150 4X4, ECO, FX, 4, 33K ............................................................ $30,990 2011 F-150 XLT, CREW, ECO, 4X4, 34K .................................................. $30,970 2011 MKX CERT, AWD, NAV, MOON, 51K............................................... $29,999 2011 F-150 CREW, LARIAT, 5.0, 42K ....................................................... $29,990 2011 F-150 XLT, SC, 4X4, ECO, 15K........................................................ $28,980 2011 K1500 S/CAB, LTZ, Z71, 34K .......................................................... $27,990 2011 EXPLORER XLT, 4X4, CLOTH, 29K................................................. $22,990 2011 T&C TOURING, PWR DOORS, 24K ................................................ $19,999 2010 F-250 LARIAT, V-10, 4X4, LTHR, 77K .............................................. $27,990 2010 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, 4X4, 22K ...................................................... $30,990 2010 F-150 XLT, S/C, 5.4, 21K ................................................................. $25,490 2010 EDGE SPORT, MOON, NAV, 87K .................................................... $23,900 2010 F-150 S/CAB, XLT, 4X4, 4.6, 96K .................................................... $18,990 2010 RANGER 4X2, XL, CRUISE, 52K ..................................................... $11,990 2009 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, 4X4, 5.4 ....................................................... $19,990 2009 RAM 2500 SLT, R/C, DIESEL, 94K .................................................. $22,490 2009 SIENNA XLE, LEATHER, 75K .......................................................... $18,990 2008 K2500 6.6TD, LTZ, 4X4, MOON, NAV ............................................. $30,990 2008 F-350LARIAT, CREW, 6.4,,, 4X4, MOON, DUALLY, 86K ................. $29,990 2008 HIGHLANDER LIMITED, HYBRID, LTHR, MOON, NAV, 78K.......... $24,490 2008 SUBURBAN LTZ, MOON, DVD ....................................................... $21,990 2008 EDGE LIMITED, LEATHER 79K ....................................................... $18,700 2008 MOUNTAINEER LEATHER, V-6, 93K .............................................. $11,990 2007 F-150 XLT, CREW, 4X4, 5.4L, 59K................................................... $20,990 2004 F-150 XLT, S/CAB, 4X4, 4.6, 68K .................................................... $11,990 2003 TOWN & COUNTRY LXI, DVD, HEATED LTHR ................................. $5,995 2003 EXPLORER XLT, 4X4 ......................................................................... $5,450 2003 EXPLORER XLT, 4X4, V-8 .................................................................. $4,990 2001 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, 4X4 ................................................................ $6,990 2000 BLAZER ............................................................................................. $1,995 1983 SILVERADO 2WD, RUNS GOOD 39K .................................................. $999
2013 300C AWD, MOON, HEMI, 17K ...................................................... $29,980 2013 IMPALA LT, 17K ............................................................................... $17,990 2012 TAURUS SEL, 21K ........................................................................... $19,990 2012 FUSION SE, 4 CYL, 17K.................................................................. $16,990 2012 FUSION SEL, 4CYL, HEATED LTHR, 29K....................................... $16,990 2012 FOCUS SE, 2.0, 16K........................................................................ $14,990 2012 FOCUS SE, 4CYL, 4DR, CRUISE, 32 ............................................. $13,990 2012 FOCUS SE, MANUAL, 2.0, 78K ...................................................... $11,399 2011 LACROSSE CXS, LTHR, MOON, 24K ............................................. $25,990 2010 MUSTANG GT, 4.6, LEATHER, 10K................................................. $22,990 2010 FUSION SE, MOON, 49K ................................................................ $13,470 2010 IMPALA LT, 3.5 ................................................................................... $6,975 2008 PRIUS 5DR, BACKUP CAMERA, 89K ................................................ CALL 2008 CADILLAC AWD, STS, NAV, 55K .................................................... $20,988 2008 FUSION SE, 4CYL, AUTO ................................................................. $8,990 2008 CHARGER SXT, V6, 67K.................................................................. $14,465 2008 IMPALA SS, MOON, 5.3, LTHR, 63K............................................... $13,990 2007 LUCERNE CXL, LTHR, MOON, 97K ............................................... $11,990 2006 G6 GT, COUPE, 34K ....................................................................... $10,990 2005 MAGNUM MOON, 3.5, SXL, 17K .................................................... $11,990 2005 BONNEVILLE SLE, 3800, MOON, LTHR, 68K .................................. $9,970 2005 IMPALA GREAT STARTER CAR ........................................................ $5,990 2005 TAURUS SE, V6 ................................................................................. $4,190 2002 TAURUS SES ..................................................................................... $3,990 2001 MONTE CARLO SS, LTHR, MOON ................................................. $3,990 1998 INTRIGUE GL, 3800........................................................................... $2,450 1995 LASABRE 3800, V6, CLOTH, 88K..................................................... $5,250
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