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The Bulldogs saw two of their wrestlers fall out and Humboldt overtake them for the fourth spot as H-D dropped out completely.
Hampton veteran lands a spot on the cover of VFW Magazine
Dozens of local land owners and other interested individuals met at the Latimer Community Center Dec. 17 to ask questions and hear a presenWDWLRQIURPWKH3UHVHUYDWLRQRI5XUDO,RZD$OOLDQFHZKLFKLVWU\LQJWRVWRSWKH5RFN,VODQG&OHDQ/LQHSURMHFWIURPFRPLQJWKURXJK,RZD3KRWR by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)
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By Nick Pedley Dozens of landowners and other interested parties packed the Latimer Community Center Dec. 17 to hear a presentation about stopping the proposed Rock Island &OHDQ/LQHSURMHFWWKDWFRXOGFXWDFURVVODQGLQ,RZD counties, including portions of Franklin County. The event was hosted by The Preservation of Rural Iowa Alliance (PRIA), a state-wide anti-Rock Island &OHDQ/LQH5,&/ JURXSGHGLFDWHGWREORFNLQJWKHSURMect. PRIA board President and Spokeswoman Carolyn Sheridan, of rural Clay County, gave a presentation that RXWOLQHGODQGRZQHUVÂˇULJKWVDQGSURYLGHGJXHVWVZLWKLQformation on how to help stop RICL. If approved, the SURMHFWZRXOGEXLOGPLOHVRIRYHUKHDGSRZHUOLQHV and towers that would carry electricity from northwest Iowa wind turbines to Chicago and other eastern locations. Â´:H JRW RXU OHWWHUV LQ -XO\ VR ZHÂˇUH ZD\ DKHDG RI you. We had months of sleepless nights and stomach DFKHV RYHU WKLV :HÂˇYH EHHQ ZDLWLQJ IRU \RX SHRSOHÂľ Sheridan told the crowd. â€œThis is when we do our work.
As property owners, this is when we learn our rights.â€? 0XFKRI6KHULGDQÂˇVSUHVHQWDWLRQIRFXVHGRQWKHSURJUHVVLRQ RI WKH 5,&/ SURMHFW DQG WKH IXWXUH VWHSV WKDW need to happen for the company to advance its development. She explained RICL was mandated to host community meetings in the affected 16 counties to inform landowners about the proposed plan. The last of those meetings was held Dec. 13, and the company must now wait at least 30 days before they move on to the next step â€“ petitioning for franchise status. Â´7KH\ÂˇUHQRWJRLQJWRĂ€OHDIWHUGD\VLVXSÂľVDLG 6KHULGDQH[SODLQLQJWKDWQXPHURXVREMHFWLRQVKDYHDOUHDG\EHHQĂ€OHGDJDLQVWWKHSURMHFWÂ´:HÂˇUHNLQGRILQ WKLVQHYHUQHYHUODQGULJKWQRZ:HGRQÂˇWNQRZZKHQ WKH\ÂˇOOĂ€OHIRUIUDQFKLVHZHGRQÂˇWNQRZZKHQWKHVWDWH ZLOOJUDQWDKHDULQJ:HQHHGWRĂ€OHDVPDQ\REMHFWLRQV as we can right now.â€? Sheridan explained RICL must go before the Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) to petition for franchise status See 52&.,6/$1'/,1(: Page 2
Hampton Fire Department selling off old Plymouth station wagon
By Nick Pedley The chances were slim. Of the hundreds of thousands of photographs taken during the Korean War, who would think a national magazine would use this one 62 years later, and on the cover no less? â€œI was kind of dumbfounded, and my son went kind of crazy with it,â€? said Hampton resident and Korean War veteran Ralph Betts. %HWWVZDVVKRFNHGZKHQKHRSHQHGKLVPDLOER[WRĂ€QGWKHODWHVWLVVXH of VFW Magazine with a familiar face on the cover â€“ his own. The photo was part of a front page collage titled â€œ75 Years Celebrating Veterans,â€? which featured snapshots of soldiers from World War I to the Iraq War. Betts was pictured with a handful of his fellow army soldiers sometime in 1952 during their Korean tour. Â´,W KDG WR EH IURP ZKHQ ZH ZHUH LQ .RUHD EHFDXVH , GLGQÂˇW ZHDU P\ KHOPHWVWDWHVLGHÂľKHVDLGÂ´,GRQÂˇWHYHQUHPHPEHUVRPHRIWKHJX\V,ZDV SLFWXUHGZLWK<RXJREDFNWR\HDUVLWÂˇVKDUGWRUHPHPEHUWKDWÂľ Though time has fogged some of the memories, Betts still holds very vivid recollections from his service in Korea. He was drafted into the U.S. Army LQDWWKHDJHRIDQGVKLSSHGRIIIURP6HDWWOHODWHUWKDWIDOO+HGLGQÂˇW NQRZ LW DW WKH WLPH EXW D UXQLQ ZLWK D VXSHULRU RIĂ€FHU ZRXOG HYHQWXDOO\ prove advantageous during his tour of duty. â€œWe were shipping out of Washington, and during a conversation he got VRUWRIPDGÂ˛Âś<RXGLGQÂˇWÂśVLUÂˇPHÂˇKHVDLGÂľ%HWWVH[SODLQHGÂ´:HOOWRWHDFK me a lesson he made me do quite of bit of cleaning and made an example out of me.â€? +LVRQERDUGSXQLVKPHQWZDVQÂˇWWKHRQO\WKLQJWKDWPDGH%HWWVÂˇWULSWR .RUHDPHPRUDEOH+HZDVLQDZHRQFHWKHERDWPDGHLWDFURVVWKH3DFLĂ€F â€“ the extreme destruction from World War II was still evident nearly seven years after its conclusion. Â´7KH\EURXJKWXVE\+LURVKLPDZKHQZHJRWWR-DSDQ0DQ\RXFRXOGQÂˇW EHOLHYHKRZĂ DWWKDWZDV,WZDVMXVWRQHFKLPQH\VWLFNLQJXSÂľKHVDLG %HWWVZDVDVVLJQHGWRSDWURO6RXWK.RUHDÂˇVQRUWKHUQERUGHURQFHWKHJURXS arrived at their destination. It was dangerous and nerve-wracking work, but Betts and his fellow soldiers were never engaged by the enemy. Â´,WZDVDOLWWOHQHUYRXV<RXGLGQÂˇWNQRZZKDWZDVJRQQDKDSSHQÂ˛\RX took everything one day at a time,â€? he said. However, those dangerous patrols were short-lived. He received a letter IURPWKHRIĂ€FHUKHKDGSUHYLRXVO\DQJHUHGRQWKHZD\WR.RUHDDVNLQJ%HWWV WRMRLQKLPLQWKHFRPPXQLFDWLRQVRIĂ€FH%HWWVZHLJKHGKLVRSWLRQVEXWLW GLGQÂˇWWDNHKLPORQJWRPDNHDGHFLVLRQ â€œI was sort of lucky to get him mad, I guess,â€? Betts said with a laugh. â€œHe WROGPHWKDW,GLGVXFKDJRRGMREFOHDQLQJKHZDQWHGPHWRMRLQKLP7KDW VRXQGHGDORWEHWWHUWKDQWKHERUGHURXWĂ€WÂľ %HWWVÂˇQHZGXWLHVLQFOXGHGVRUWLQJDQGGHOLYHULQJOHWWHUVKDQGOLQJFRPPXQLFDWLRQZLWKRWKHUFRPSDQLHVDQGUHOD\LQJLQIRUPDWLRQ+HVDLGWKHMRE ZDVUHODWLYHO\VDIHEXWLWZDVQÂˇWZLWKRXWLWVKD]DUGV %HWWV UHFDOOHG RQH LQFLGHQW ZKHQ IULHQGO\ Ă€UH FDPH ZLWKLQ VHFRQGV RI claiming his life. Â´,KDGMXVWJRWLQWRP\-HHSDQG,KHDUGWKLVORXGERRPVRXQG,ORRNHG and there was a huge explosion in front of me,â€? Betts said, explaining soldiers had miscalculated their weapons during a shelling exercise. â€œIf I had JRWWHQLQWKDW-HHSVHFRQGVVRRQHU,ÂˇGKDYHEHHQLQWKHPLGGOHRIWKDW shell. I had to drive through the hole it left.â€? See HAMPTON VET: Page 3
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By Nick Pedley The Hampton Fire Department is hoping to sell RQH RI LWÂˇV PRUH KLVWRULF LWHPV WR FOHDU XS VWRUDJH space and raise a little extra cash for new equipment. The department recently placed their 1967 Plymouth Fury Wagon for sale on the Internet auction web site ebay.com. The 47-year-old car is in good condition and has been with the department since 1996, but DODFNRIVSDFHIRUFHGĂ€UHĂ€JKWHUVWRSXWLWXSIRUVDOH â€œWe decided probably two months ago, because LWÂˇVMXVWWDNLQJXSVSDFHLQWKHĂ€UHGHSDUWPHQW:HMXVW GRQÂˇW KDYH WKH VWRUDJH IRU LWÂľ VDLG )LUH &KLHI .HQW Wilkinson. 7KHĂ€UHGHSDUWPHQWSXUFKDVHGWKHFDUGXULQJWKHLU FDPSDLJQWREULQJWKH,RZD)LUHĂ€JKWHUV$VVRFLDWLRQÂˇV annual convention to Hampton. They used it as a parade vehicle and also used it to haul equipment and Ă€UHĂ€JKWHUVRQWULSVWRDUHDWRZQV Â´2QHRIWKHĂ€UHĂ€JKWHUVKDGDFDUVDOHVW\SHRIEXVLQHVVDWWKHWLPHVRWKDWÂˇVKRZZHFDPHLQWRSRVVHVsion,â€? Wilkinson said. 7KHĂ€UHGHSDUWPHQWUHSDLQWHGWKHFDUDQGDOVRUHSODFHGEDOOMRLQWVDQGRWKHUIURQWHQGSDUWVDIWHUWKH\ See 67$7,21:$*21: Page 2
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H-D YOUTH TAKES TO THE MATS Carl Barkema of Hampton-Dumont tries to sit out in the third period against Humboldtâ€™s Brandon Harris when the H-D youth wrestled Humboldt before the Thursday, Dec. 19 varsity match. Results are available in sports. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
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Hampton veteran Ralph Betts found himself on the cover of the latest issue of VFW Magazine. The front page featured a collage of snapshots of soldiers from the 1910s up to the 2000s. Betts served in Korea from 1951-52. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)
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bought it. The Plymouth has been stored inside, and Wilkinson said WKHUHÂˇVQRYLVLEOHUXVWRQLWVH[WHULor. Â´,WÂˇVLQSUHWW\JRRGVKDSHIRUD car that age,â€? he said. In addition to its clean appearance, the Plymouth has a light, siren and dual side pipes. According WRWKHYHKLFOHÂˇVSURĂ€OHRQ(ED\DOO wiring and controls were removed, VR WKH OLJKW DQG VLUHQ DUHQÂˇW RSHUable. The car is driveable, but the department advised against long trips because a minor leak in the master cylinder makes the brakes VRIW RYHU WLPH ,WÂˇV UHDUZKHHO drive, has an automatic transmission and 130,871 miles on the engine. 7KHFDUÂˇVLQWHULRULVLQUHODWLYHly good condition for an old car, Wilkinson said. The back bench seat is orginal vinyl, but the front
bucket seats have been replaced. 7KHUHÂˇV VRPH FUDFNLQJ HYLGHQW RQ the dash due to its age. :LONLQVRQ VDLG WKH Ă€UH GHSDUWment hopes to buy a new air pack, which cost around $3,500, with the money raised from the sale. They were able to buy some last year, and Wilkinson said the department could use more. Â´+RSHIXOO\ ZHÂˇOO JHW D JRRG portion of that for one of those,â€? KHVDLGÂ´:HÂˇOOVHHKRZLWJRHVZH have a reserve price on it.â€? Twenty-one bids had been placed on the vehicle as of Monday, with the highest coming in at $1,425. The online auction expires on Dec. 27. Â´7KHUHÂˇV QRW WKDW PDQ\ 3O\Pouth station wagons around anyPRUH VR VRPHERG\ WKDWÂˇV D ELJ Mopar fan might be interested in 7KH+DPSWRQ)LUH'HSDUWPHQWLVDXFWLRQLQJRIIWKHLUROG3O\PRXWK)XU\,,:DJRQWRUDLVHVRPHH[WUDPRQH\$FFRUGLQJWR)LUH&KLHI.HQW :LONLQVRQDODFNRIVWRUDJHVSDFHOHGWKHÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWWRVHOOWKHROGYHKLFOH3KRWRE\+DPSWRQ)LUHÂżJKWHU.XUW:LONLQVRQ
it,â€? he said.
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sometime after the 30-day wait period is over, which she felt they would do sometime in early spring. If the company is granted franchise status, it would authorize the construction, operation and maintenance of the line. RICL would then be able to request the IUB allow them the right of eminent domain â€“ or condemnation â€“ to obtain the propery right-ofZD\VQHHGHGWRFRPSOHWHWKHSURMHFW However, RICL must meet three UHTXLUHPHQWV EHIRUH WKH\ÂˇUH JUDQWed franchise status: the proposed construction must be necessary to serve a public use; it must represent a reasonable relationship to an overall plan of transporting energy in the SXEOLF LQWHUHVW DQG WKH OLQHÂˇV URXWH must be practical and reasonable. Sheridan emphasized that the OLQH GRHVQÂˇW KDYH WR VHUYH D SXEOLF use here in Iowa, only somewhere, which is Illinois in this case. She enouraged landowners, tenants, community members and families WRĂ€OHREMHFWLRQVZLWKWKH,8%WROHW their displeasure known. Â´7KHPRUHREMHFWLRQVWKH\KDYH the more the utilities board will have to think about this,â€? she said. Landowners have the opportunity to sign a property easement with RICL if they choose, but Sheridan cautioned against it. She said many people are uninformend when they enter into an easement agreement, and noted things like trees and other property can be destroyed when the company starts construction of the line. Â´7KDWÂˇV VRPHWKLQJ \RX QHHG WR understand â€“ what are all these lines and towers going to look like on my SURSHUW\"Âľ VKH VDLG Â´,WÂˇV RXU KRSH WKDWQRERG\VLJQVLW:HGRQÂˇWZDQW anybody to sign any voluntary easements.â€? Many of those in attendance were upset at the possibility of losing portions of their land to RICL for WKH FRPSDQ\ÂˇV RZQ Ă€QDQFLDO JDLQ They believed that if the line was approved, at least some of the energy should remain in Iowa. â€œIf this were MidAmerican, you SUREDEO\ ZRXOGQÂˇW VHH WKLV ELJ RI D push against it,â€? said rural Latimer landowner Jen Koenen. â€œMidAmerican is sort of local, the energy is used
With Wishes Warm & Bright HOLIDAY SCHEDULE Dec. 24, Christmas Eve: FMC Hampton and Latimer clinics - open until noon Dec. 25, Christmas Day: FMC clinics and FGH outpatient departments (radiology, lab and physical therapy) closed. Dec. 31, New Yearâ€™s Eve: FMC Hampton and Latimer clinics - open until 3 FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSPITAL Jan. 1, New Yearâ€™s Day: 641-456-5000 FMC clinics and FGH outpatient departments closed. FRANKLIN MEDICAL CENTER In case of emergency on a holiday, assistance HAMPTON 641-456-5050 â€˘ DOWS 515-852-4113 DUMONT 641-857-6696 â€˘ LATIMER 641-579-6340 will be available at FGH.
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value. â€œIf anyone from Rock Island that WHOOV \RX LWÂˇV QRW JRLQJ WR GHYDOXH \RXU ODQG LWÂˇV ZURQJÂľ VKRXWHG /X Verne farmer Henry Schnakenberg. Schnakenberg was one of many in attendance who felt the merits RI WKH SURMHFW ZHUH EDVHG VROHO\ RQ ERRVWLQJ WKH FRPSDQ\ÂˇV SURĂ€W PDUgins with little to no respect towards landowners. He was passionate about stopping RICL, but was uncerWDLQ ZKHWKHU 35,$ÂˇV HIIRUWV ZRXOG prove successful. Â´,GRQÂˇWNQRZLIZHÂˇOOEHDEOHWR stop it, but I hope we do,â€? he said DIWHUWKHPHHWLQJÂ´,IZHFDQÂˇWZHÂˇUH JRLQJ WR WU\ WR PDNH WKHP SD\ Ă€YH WLPHVZKDWWKH\ÂˇUHRIIHULQJXVQRZ %HFDXVHULJKWQRZWKH\ÂˇUHWKURZLQJ pennies at us.â€?
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HAMPTON 75$)),& /,*+76758&. %<6(0,/$67:((. By Nick Pedley 7KHUHFHQWVWULQJRIEDGOXFNFRQWLQXHGIRU+DPSWRQÂˇVWUDIĂ€FOLJKWV last week after a semi trailer struck one of the poles at the intersection of Highways 3 and 65. The accident occurred some time around midday on Dec. 16, according to Hampton Public Works Director Doug Tarr. The driver of the truck was turning right at the northeast corner of the intersection when his trailHUUROOHGRYHUWKHOLJKWSROHÂˇVIRXQGDWLRQ7KHYLEUDWLRQIURPWKHDFFLGHQW caused the light box at the top of the mast to come loose and dangle over Highway 3 for the remainder of the day. â€œHe must have hit it pretty good,â€? said Tarr. â€œIt dented the pole pretty good.â€? Tarr estimated the damage would cost between $4,000 to $6,000 to repair. The pole will need to be completely replaced, but the light box and the mast will stay. Â´,WÂˇVRSHUDWLRQDODWWKLVSRLQWLWÂˇVMXVWWKDWWKHSROHÂˇVVWUXFWXUDOLQWHJULty has been compromised to the point where it needs to be replaced in my RSLQLRQÂľKHVDLGÂ´,WÂˇVQRWJRLQJWRIDOORYHURQLWVRZQRUDQ\WKLQJEXW LQDVWURQJZLQGVWRUPZKRÂˇVWRVD\":HGRQÂˇWWDNHFKDQFHVÂľ A crew from Waterloo will come and replace pole soon, Tarr said. He H[SODLQHGWKDWWKHFRPSDQ\KDVWRĂ€QGDUHSODFHPHQWWKDWÂˇVFRPSDWLEOH with mast and notify the Department of Transportation about the work
7KLV\HDUÂˇVEHHQWRXJKRQWUDIĂ€F lights for some reason. We canâ€™t dodge them and thereâ€™s only two in town. Thatâ€™s the true irony of the situation. - Doug Tarr
EHIRUHWKH\FRPH7DUUH[SHFWHGWKHGULYHUÂˇVLQVXUDQFHWRFRYHUWKHFRVW of the replacement. 7KH DFFLGHQW ZDVQÂˇW WKH Ă€UVW IRU WKH QRUWKHDVW OLJKW SROH 7DUU VDLG around six brush-ups have occurred at the corner during his nine-year tenure with the city. He explained accidents typically happen when vehiFOHVZDLWLQJLQWKHOHIWODQHGRQÂˇWOHDYHHQRXJKVSDFHIRUWUXFNGULYHUVLQ the right lane to make the tight turn onto Highway 3. â€œThe unfortunate thing is all the lights in town are the same age, except that one,â€? said Tarr. â€œThe only pole that they keep hitting is the newest one.â€? 7DUUWKRXJKWWKHOLJKWDQGDSSDUDWXVZHUHDURXQGĂ€YH\HDUVROG7KH SROHÂˇVUHSODFHPHQWPLJKWEHUHODWLYHO\KDVVOHIUHHDQGFKHDSIRUWKHFLW\ EXW WKH DFFLGHQW PDUNHG \HW DQRWKHU VHWEDFN IRU +DPSWRQÂˇV HPEDWWOHG WUDIĂ€FOLJKWV (DUOLHUWKLVIDOODOOIRXUOLJKWVDWWKH+LJKZD\DQG)LUVW6WUHHWLQWHUsection went out. The city council opted to forego full replacement and LQVWHDGGHFLGHGWRPDNHLWDIRXUZD\VWRSZLWKUHGĂ DVKLQJOLJKWVDWWKHLU Dec. 12 meeting. 7DUUVDLGWKHPDMRULW\RIWKHFLW\ÂˇVWUDIĂ€FOLJKWVGDWHEDFNWRWKHV Â´7KLV \HDUÂˇV EHHQ WRXJK RQ WUDIĂ€F OLJKWV IRU VRPH UHDVRQ:H FDQÂˇW GRGJH WKHP DQG WKHUHÂˇV RQO\ WZR LQ WRZQ7KDWÂˇV WKH WUXH LURQ\ RI WKH situation,â€? he said.
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7KHUHPDLQHGHURI%HWWVÂˇWRXUZDVUHODWLYHO\VWDWXV quo. He returned stateside in 1952 and married his wife, Margaret, nine days after he was honorably discharged in October. The couple celebrated their 61st anniversary this fall, but the milestone came as no surprise to Margaret. â€œHe got away once and went all the way to Korea, VR,ZDVQÂˇWJRLQJWROHWKLPJHWDZD\DJDLQÂľVKHVDLG The Bettses, originally from Oelwein, started a family and moved to Hampton in 1969. Ralph enMR\HG PDQ\ \HDUV RSHUDWLQJ D ERG\ VKRS EHIRUH KLV retirement around 20 years ago. %HWWV VDLG WKH VXUSULVH FDPHR RQ WKH PDJD]LQHÂˇV cover helped sparked memories from his service, HYHQLIWKH\DOOZHUHQÂˇWFU\VWDOFOHDU â€œA lot of good things happened there, and I made a lot of good friends,â€? he said. â€œAfter 62 years, you GRQÂˇWHYHQUHPHPEHUWKHLUQDPHRUZKDWWKH\ORRNHG OLNH%XWLWZDVDSUHWW\JRRGJURXS(YHU\RQHWULHGWR Ralph Betts departed for Korea LQDQGUHWXUQHGMXVWRYHUD GRWKHLUVKDUH,ZDVMXVWOXFN\Âľ
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can dampen holiday festivities fast than coming down with a cold or the flu. Cold and flu germs can spread easily this time of year with the hustle and bustle of large crowds, travel, and family gatherings. With the added stress of the holidays and sacrifice of sleep that comes with trying to get everything done, the immune system can weaken and make it easier to get sick.
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We are thankful for our members and our volunteers. Congratulations, Franklin County Farm Bureau for achieving the highest honor, â€œOutstanding County Farm Bureau for 2013.â€? CALL 641-456-4767 and become a member today! Betts and his fellow soldiers made huts out of standbags and wood for shelter during their tour in Korea.
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+$03721&+521,&/( Postal Notice & Opinion Page Policies 81,7('67$7(63267$/6(59,&(5(48,5('127,&(The Hampton Chronicle is produced weekly and distributed on Wednesdays by Hampton Publishing Company, a division of Mid-America Publishing Corporation, +DPSWRQ,$3HULRGLFDOVSRVWDJHSDLGDWWKH+DPSWRQ3RVW2IÂżFH Hampton, IA 50441. Send address changes to Hampton Chronicle, PO Box 29, Hampton, IA 50441. Postal Permit USPS 234-020. This is issue Volume 136, Number 27, on Wednesday, July 3, 2013. 23,1,213$*(32/,&,(6The Chronicle accepts letters. All such material should clearly and concisely express and opinion or solicit a call to action regarding a particular issue. Letters must include the name, address, and SKRQHQXPEHURIWKHDXWKRUIRUYHULÂżFDWLRQSXUSRVHV7KH&KURQLFOHÂśVVWDQdard practice is to not publish unsigned or anonymous letters. The Chronicle has the right to edit all letters and guest editorials for length, clarity, taste and libel. All personal columns and letters on this page are the views of the auWKRUVDQGGRQRWQHFHVVDULO\UHĂ€HFWWKHYLHZVRIWKH+DPSWRQ&KURQLFOH
Lathamâ€™s legacy one to learn from Iowa will soon be one leader short after long-time Congressman Tom Latham announced ODVW ZHHN KH ZRQÂˇW VHHN re-election in 2014. /DWKDPÂˇV FDUHHU LQFOXGHG 10 terms in three different districts, and his many years of service will certainly remain fresh in the memories of Iowans for the forseeable future. Whoever succeeds Congressman Tom Latham Latham in District 3 has VRPHELJVKRHVWRĂ€OO+H was well-liked here in Iowa and in Washington D.C., and he accrued a considerable amount of political clout during his two decades in the U.S. House of Representatives. He served as a member on the powerful House Appropriations Committee in addition to his many other subcommittee positions and leadership roles. Latham was â€“ and still is â€“ a strong voice for Iowa, and he represented our state well during his tenure. Latham serves as a breath of fresh air in the modern age of American politics. Representatives with common sense and civility seem to be drowned out by blowhards from both sides of the aisle these days, and compromise LV XQGRXEWHGO\ ODFNLQJ LQ WKH QDWLRQÂˇV FDSLWRO /DWKDPÂˇV moderate approach provided some stability to the turbuOHQWSROLWLFDOWLGHWKDWÂˇVVKDFNOHGSURJUHVVLQ&RQJUHVVIRU PRUHWKDQĂ€YH\HDUV+HZDVSDUWRIDFRUHJURXSRIPRGerate Republicans and Democrats that actually cooperated DORQJ ELSDUWLVDQ OLQHV DQG WKDWÂˇV VRPHWKLQJ RWKHU SROLWLcians should take note of. /DWKDPÂˇVGHFLVLRQWRFORVHWKHERRNVRQKLV&RQJUHVVLRnal career holds a bit of sentimental value here in Franklin &RXQW\2ULJLQDOO\IURP$OH[DQGHUKHZDVWKHĂ€UVWSHUVRQ WRVHHNDIHGHUDORIĂ€FHIURPRXUFRXQW\VLQFHWKHV ZKHQ KH HQWHUHG WKH FDPSDLJQ +HÂˇV ZRQ HOHFWLRQ LQWKUHHGLIIHUHQWGLVWULFWVVLQFHKLVĂ€UVWYLFWRU\Â˛DQG UHVSHFWLYHO\7KRXJKKHÂˇVVLQFHPRYHGDZD\IURPWKH area to become more centrally located to his constituency, Franklin County is lucky to have such a prominent and ZHOOOLNHGQDWLYHVRQ+HÂˇVQRORQJHURXUUHSUHVHQWDWLYH but he carried our banner dutifully when he was. /DWKDPÂˇV DQQRXQFHG H[LW ZDV \HW DQRWKHU EORZ WR WKH SROLWLFDOWHUUDLQKHUHLQ,RZDDVZHOO:HMXVWUHFHQWO\ORVW a seat in the House following 2010 district realignment, and the state will lose a powerful leader in the U.S. Senate when Tom Harkin wraps up his career in 2015. Current &RQJUHVVPDQ%UXFH%UDOH\ZLOOPRVWOLNHO\ZLQ+DUNLQÂˇV IRUPHUVHDWPDNLQJKLPDMXQLRU6HQDWRUZLWKOLWWOHSRZHU%UDOH\ÂˇVIRUPHUVHDWZLOOJRWR\HWDQRWKHUIUHVKIDFH leaving Steve King, Dave Loebsack and Chuck Grassley DVWKHVWDWHÂˇVRQO\VWURQJYRLFHVLQWKHOHJLVODWLYHEUDQFK Simply put, Iowa is losing a whole lot of pull in Washington. Uncertain waters await the Hawkeye State in coming \HDUV+RZHYHUZHÂˇYHEHHQIRUWXQDWHWRKDYHVXFKSURPinent and well-respected legislators like Latham represent us throughout the years. His leadership will be missed, and we can only hope his successor follows the same political blueprint that made him so successful in Washington. Latham was humble, smart and moderate, but most of all, he was logical. In an age of political disorder and XQFHUWDLQW\FRPPRQVHQVHOLNH/DWKDPÂˇVLVDYLUWXHWKDW should be acknowledged, how ever rare it may be.
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Ending the year on a high note of food has increased dramatically in As 2013 comes to an end, we cap off UHFHQW \HDUV DQG RXU VWDWHÂˇV FKLOGKRRG a year that has pointed Iowa in the right poverty rate is climbing faster than the direction on many fronts. We ensured national average. PRUH,RZDQVKDYHDFFHVVWRJRRGMREV As we look to 2014, I will make sure great communities, strong local schools ZHXVH,RZDÂˇVUHVRXUFHVZLVHO\WREXLOG and affordable health careâ€”all while AMANDA RAGAN on our successes. You can expect to balancing the state budget without see another balanced state budget that raising taxes. invests in education, worker training and 7KHVH Ă€VFDOO\ UHVSRQVLEOH LQYHVWPHQWV LQ ,RZD DUH SD\LQJ RII /DVW ZHHN WKH VWDWHÂˇV MREFUHDWLRQ ,I\RXKDYHLGHDVWKDWFDQKHOSH[SDQG,RZDÂˇVPLGGOHFODVV QRQSDUWLVDQ 5HYHQXH (VWLPDWLQJ &RQIHUHQFH FRQĂ€UPHG WKDW ,RZDÂˇV HFRQRP\ LV VWHDGLO\ JURZLQJ 2XU ELSDUWLVDQ HIIRUW WR please e-mail me. The 2014 session is less than a month away expand access to affordable health care, the Iowa Health & and I value your opinions. Wellness Plan, was approved. Also Iowa children are showing Additional information improvements in health, education and wellbeing, according to This is a legislative column by Senator Amanda Ragan, a new report from Kids Count. 7KLVZHHNWKHQDWLRQÂˇVOHDGLQJZLQGSRZHUXWLOLW\DQQRXQFHG representing Franklin, Butler and Cerro Gordo counties. For D PDMRU H[SDQVLRQ LQ ,RZD 0LG$PHULFDQ (QHUJ\ LV EX\LQJ newsletters, photos and further information, go to www.senate. KXQGUHGV RI ,RZDEXLOW ZLQG WXUELQHV IURP 6LHPHQV (QHUJ\ iowa.gov/senator/ragan. To contact Senator Ragan during the to be installed on wind farms throughout the state. This clean, week, call the Senate Switchboard at 515-281-3371. Otherwise locally produced energy reduces our dependence on foreign she can be reached at home at 641-424-0874. E-mail her at RLOZKLOHFUHDWLQJJRRGMREVDQGHFRQRPLFRSSRUWXQLWLHVLQRXU email@example.com. Senator Ragan is an Assistant Senate Majority Leader, chair of the Human Resources communities. While 2013 is ending with lots of good news, there is Committee and vice-chair of the Health & Human Services PRUHZHFDQGRWRJURZDQGVWUHQJWKHQ,RZDÂˇVPLGGOHFODVV Budget Subcommittee. She also serves on the Appropriations, Thousands of Iowans are still struggling to work their way Natural Resources & Environment, Rules & Administration and out of the national recession. The number of Iowans in need Veterans Affairs committees.
Wednesday, December 25, 2013 5 LOCAL NEWS HAMPTON PUBLISH+DPSWRQ*RVSHO+DOOPDNLQJ ING COMPANY HAMPTON CHRONICLE progress on new building
By Nick Pedley Despite chilly temperatures and wintery weather, construction crews are progressing nicely on the new Hampton Gospel Hall located alongside Highway 3 in the heart of Hampton. :RUN JRW XQGHU ZD\ DW WKH FKXUFKÂˇV QHZ site in late summer. According to Gospel Hall member Ben McCandless, the building will feature a sanctuary, kitchen and more Sunday school rooms than their current location on Fifth Avenue. That building had begun to VKRZLWÂˇVDJHLQUHFHQW\HDUVZKLFKSURPSWHG the construction of the new facility. â€œWe were looking for a better location, DQGWKHEXLOGLQJZHÂˇUHLQLVMXVWJHWWLQJROGÂľ explained McCandless. â€œWe thought being on the main drag like that would be better, too.â€? Church member Jean Lukensmeyer said WKH *RVSHO +DOOÂˇV )LIWK 6WUHHW EXLOGLQJ ZDV constructed around 1939 and has been in operation ever since. She explained water seepDJHLQFHUWDLQSRUWLRQVRIWKHFKXUFKÂˇVZDOOV caused issues over the years, which played LQWRWKHFRQJUHJDWLRQÂˇVGHFLVLRQWREXLOGHOVHwhere. Â´,WÂˇVDJRRGEXLOGLQJRWKHUWKDQWKHZDWHU problem,â€? she said. â€œThat was a big problem affecting the move.â€? /XNHQVPH\HUZKRÂˇVEHHQDPHPEHURIWKH church since 1945, said she was looking forward to a few key features when they move to their new location. She said the added classrooms will be great for the many Sunday school children, but also pointed out an added bonus â€“ new technology.
ABOVE: Work is progressing QLFHO\DWWKH+DPSWRQ*RVSHO Hallâ€™s new location alongside Highway 3. According to member Ben McCandless, the church is hoping for a tentative completion date somewhere around March or April. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle) 5,*+7&RG\(QJHEUHWVRQRI Dorenkamp Construction, ShefÂżHOGZRUNVRQWKHQRUWKVLGHRI WKHQHZ+DPSWRQ*RVSHO+DOO Dec. 16. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)
7KH *RVSHO +DOOÂˇV IXWXUH EXLOGLQJ ZLOO feature a completely revamped sound system with translator microphones for each seat. /XNHQVPH\HUVDLGWKHFKXUFKÂˇVFRQJUHJUDWLRQ LQFOXGHVDPL[RIERWK(QJOLVKVSHDNLQJDQG Spanish-speaking members, which creates a need for the devices. â€œA translator speaks into the microphone, and each seat will have one, so everyone will understand each other a lot better,â€? she explained. Lukensmeyer said the microphones help make the Gospel Hall a more welcoming place for all members of the community. She explained the devices in the current building are somewhat outdated. â€œWe have a hard time keeping batteries in those, but they work,â€? she said. â€œThese new ones will be good for both nationalities.â€? McCandless said the congregation plans to move the pews from the old building to the new church, but that was about it. He expected crews from Dorenkamp Custom Construction to wrap up work on the new building sometime around March or April. Â´(YHU\WKLQJÂˇVJRQHJUHDWVRIDUÂľKHVDLG Both McCandless and Lukensmeyer explained the 35-40 member church was non-denominational and welcomed any interested visitors to their Sunday night gospel meeting. â€œWe are really Christians gathered together to the name of the Lord Jesus Christ,â€? said /XNHQVPH\HUÂ´:HÂˇUHYHU\LQWHUHVWHGLQSHRSOHÂ˛MXVWFRPHDQGFKHFNLWRXWÂľ
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Among the candidates receiving degrees was Doreen Dorenkamp of 6KHIĂ€HOG ZKR HDUQHG D PDVWHUÂˇV degree in counselor education. Her parents are Clinton and Wilma Perkins of Northwood. Ten Years Ago December 24, 2003 Riley Flint, 3, of Hampton, takes WKH RSSRUWXQLW\ RI 6DQWDÂˇV YLVLW WR the Pleasant Hill Christmas Sunday afternoon at the Franklin County Fairgrounds to tell the big guy H[DFWO\ZKDWKHZDQWVWRĂ€QGXQGHU his tree Christmas morning. Judging by the spirited discussion the boy Twenty Years Ago had with Santa, young Riley must December 30, 1993 )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\KDGPDQ\PDMRU have presented a strong cas that he events occur during 1993, but the was extra nice this year. Merle and Mary Ann Whipple top three, no doubt, were the wacky weather conditions we endured and of Geneva hosted a pre-Christmas the anhydrous ammonia pipeline dinner at the Methodist Church rapture near Alexander and Truman on Saturday, Dec. 13. Guests Durr, mayor of Pleasant Hill, La., is included 24 family members and the honorary grand marshal of the guests. Marvin O. Rodemeyer was Franklin County Fair parade. Durr and a delegation from his city are presented the 2003 Outstanding Award during here for the Pleasant Hill ceremonies Conservationist the NRCS awards reception of the fair. Jean and Richard Crawford on Wednesday, Dec. 17, at the were Christmas dinner guests of Spring Valley Bed and Breakfast. their daughter and son-in-law, Rodemeyer and his wife, Jan, are Linda and Darrell Weeter and shown here receiving the award from Deannis Abbas. Rodemeyer family of Decorah. On Saturday, Dec. 18, the Iowa uses conservation tillage on all his State University graduate college cropland, and constructed 3,400 ft. commencement was held at C.Y. of terraces. He constructed three Stephens Auditorium in Ames. acres of grassed waterways, and attended the open house at her sons insurance business at Parkersburg Friday and they all dined at dinner in the evening at Big Bare. Sunday dinner guests of Geraldine Koch were, Mr. and Mrs. 'HOPDU.RFKDQG.HQWRI6KHIĂ€HOG Kevin Koch of Los Angeles, Calif.; Karen Koch and Dennis Freeley of Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Koch of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Peter and Angie and Stacie of Fredericksburg.
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Looking Back Three generations of Kreimeyers live on the Kreimeyer farm two miles south of Geneva. Shown here are Louis Kreimeyer, John Kreimeyer, Mrs. John Kreimeyer, and Ron Kreimeyer looking over some documents that help them trace their family ancestry. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Riis of Chapin were at Rowan one day recently to attend the Silver Wedding Anniversary of their Fifty Years Ago brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and December 26, 1963 Members of the Hampton Junior Mrs. Harry Hinckley. The event Chamber of Commerce distributed was held in the Congregational IRUW\ FHUWLĂ€FDWHV ZRUWK LQ WUDGH church. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hankom to needy children last Friday night, December 20th. The children were and family were guests Tuesday WR XVH WKH FHUWLĂ€FDWHV IRU JLIWV IRU of both their parents. They spent themselves. Merchants of Hampton Christmas morning in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hankom of Alden contributed $1.50 of each $4. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Britcher of and the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dumont was dinner and afternoon Darrel Sielaff of Buckeye. guests in the Clifford Day home Thirty Years Ago in Waterloo Sunday, helping Mr. December 29, 1983 Day celebrate his birthday. Like hundreds of folks around Mr. and Mrs. Verald Burman and family attended a pre-Christmas Franklin County, Ray Moore of dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. Hansell spent Monday digging out and Mrs. Kenneth Fischer and an auto buried under several feet of family, at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. snow in the aftermath of a ground William Lutz, of Hampton, and Mr. blizzard that roared into the state and Mrs. Leonard Pecha and family late Friday. He was aided by son, Quint. Surprisingly, once the snow of Dumont, also attended. was cleared and the battery warmed XS WKH YHKLFOH Â´Ă€UHG ULJKW RIIÂľ Forty Years Ago according to Moore. December 27. 1973 Mrs. Ann Boch Bristow
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planted 125.4 acres on contour farming. Rodemeyer also has a halfDFUH Ă€HOG ZLQGEUHDN DQG KLV VRLO ORVVZDVUHGXFHGIURPĂ€YHWRQVSHU acre per year to two tons per acre per year. Five Years Ago December 24, 2008 Joyce Schomburg and Mickey Holmes of Hampton were the two $500.00 winners in the Hampton Lions Club Christmas Giveaway. The drawings were held Dec. 11 at WKH+DPSWRQ/LRQV&OXEÂˇV&KULVWPDV Party, held at Maynes Grove. Craig Semler presented the checks. An early Christmas was celebrated with Delores Bailey on Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Rib Crib in Mason City. Those attending to honor Delores included Marlene and Jerry Harms, Jamie and Pat Holloway and son, Bailey, of Evansdale; Sierra Bailey, of Evansdale; and Jim Bailey and friend, Michelle Miller. Senior Clayton Velasquez was one of the stars when the H-D dance/ drill team performed at halftime RI WKH ER\VÂˇ EDVNHWEDOO JDPH 'HF 12. The team earned a Division I rating at the State Dance/Drill Team Competition in Des Moines Dec. 6 Looking Back is compiled weekly by Joyce Schomburg.
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Franklin County Courthouse District Court The following were resolved recently in criminal proceedings in the district court for Franklin County: Â‡7KHFRXUWKDQGOHGRQHSUREDWLRQ revocation matter. Â‡ 0HJDQ 5DH %ULHVDFKHU Mason City, pled guilty on December 9 to operating while intoxicated, second offense. On the same date, she was sentenced to seven days in jail with credit for six hours time served. The time may be served in &HUUR *RUGR &RXQW\ 6KH ZDV ÂżQHG $1,850, assessed a 35 percent surcharge, and court costs of $2,650.50. As part of a plea bargain, three additional charges, stopping/ parking where prohibited possession of drug paraphernalia, and failure to give name/addeess change, were dismissed. However, court costs in those cases must be paid. She must follow through with recommendations of a substance abuse evaluation, must satisfactoriy complete the GULQNLQJ GULYHUÂśV FRXUVH DQG SD\ a $10 DARE surcharge. The case ZDV ÂżOHG RQ 6HSWHPEHU E\ WKH Hampton Police Department. Â‡ %HQLWR 'DPDV +HUQDQGH] Hampton, pled guilty on December 16 to serious assault. On the same date he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 355 days suspended, with credit for 18 hours time served. The sentence may be served in 48 hour increments and must be completed by April 16, 2014. He ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D
percent surcharge, and court costs of $647.75. He was placed on one year probation with the Department of Corrections, shall obtain and follow through with recommendations of the substance abuse evaluation, HQUROO LQ DQG FRPSOHWH D EDWWHUHUÂśV education course, pay a probation enrollment fee of $300, shall have no FRQWDFWRUGHULQSODFHIRUÂżYH\HDUV and not consume alcohol nor go into establishments whose primary source of income is derived from the sale of alcoholic beverages. The case ZDV ÂżOHG RQ -XO\ E\ WKH +DPSWRQ Police Department. Â‡ %HWK 5HQHH +ROPJDDUG Goodell, pled guilty on December 16 to third degree theft. On the same date she was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 345 days suspended, and was given credit for six hours time served. The remainder of the sentence may be served in non-consecutive 48 hour LQFUHPHQWV$ÂżQHZDVZDLYHG was placed on one year probation with the Department of Correctional Services, pay a $300 enrollment fee, restitution of $211.16 to Fareway Stores, and $225 in court costs. The FDVH ZDV ÂżOHG RQ$XJXVW E\ WKH Hampton Police. Â‡-HVVLFD-HDQ.DWKHULQH5RELQHWW 21, Maxwell; pled guilty on December 16 to operating while intoxicated. On the same date she received a deferred judgment and was placed on probation with the 2nd Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. She was ordered to pay a
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$1,250 civil penalty, abstain from the consumption of alcoholic beverages, shall not enter bars, taverns, or liquor stores where the primary purpose is the sale/use of alcohol, and must submit to a substance abuse evaluation and shall comply with all treatment recommendations. The FDVH ZDV ÂżOHG RQ 1RYHPEHU E\ WKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\6KHULIIÂśV2IÂżFH Â‡ 7DPDUD 0DH /RFNZRRG Dows, pled guilty on December 16, to operating while intoxicated. On the same date she was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for eight hours time served. The jail term may be VDWLVÂżHG E\ VDWLVIDFWRU\ FRPSOHWLRQ of the hotel style treatment program. 6KH ZDV ÂżQHG ZLWK waived, assessed a 35 percent surcharge, a $10 DARE Surcharge, a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, and $1,032.75 in court costs. She must obtain and follow through with recommendations of the substance abuse evaluation, and shall satisfactorily complete a GULQNLQJ GULYHUÂśV FRXUVH 7KH FDVH ZDVÂżOHGRQ1RYHPEHUE\ WKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\6KHULIIÂśV2IÂżFH Magistrate Court The following actions were resolved recently in Franklin County Magistrate Court: Â‡-HIIUH\6FRWW'DOH,RZD)DOOV was found guilty on December 5 to ÂżIWK GHJUHH WKHIW 2Q WKH VDPH GDWH KH ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D surcharge, a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, $60 court costs, and $269.30 in restitution. The case ZDV ÂżOHG RQ 6HSWHPEHU E\ WKH Hampton Police Department. Â‡ -HIIUH\ 6FRWW 'DOH ,RZD Falls, was found guilty on December 5 to trespassing. On the same date KH ZDV ÂżQHG RUGHUHG WR VHUYH hours in jail, assessed a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, and $60 court costs. The time must be served by December 22 The case ZDV ÂżOHG RQ 6HSWHPEHU E\ WKH )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\6KHULIIÂśV2IÂżFH Â‡-HIIUH\6FRWW'DOH,RZD)DOOV was found guilty on December 5 to ÂżIWK GHJUHH WKHIW 2Q WKH VDPH GDWH KH ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D surcharge, a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, $60 court costs, and $269.30 in restitution. The case ZDV ÂżOHG RQ 6HSWHPEHU E\ WKH Hampton Police Department. Â‡ .DWLH -RDQQ :HVWOXQG Plymouth, Minn, pled guilty on December 9 to possession of drug paraphernalia. On the same date VKHZDVÂżQHGDVVHVVHGD surcharge, a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, and $60 FRXUW FRVWV 7KH FDVH ZDV ÂżOHG RQ November 2 by the Iowa State Patrol. Â‡ 'LDQD /\QQ 6SULQJHU Hampton, pled guilty on December
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Civil Suits Civil suits resolved recently in the district court for Franklin County included: Â‡6WDWHRI,RZDYV5D\+HOGDQG Donna Held, Hampton. The case was dismissed on December 6 with SUHMXGLFH 7KH FDVH ZDV ÂżOHG RQ May 16, 2012 on behalf of Cynthia Rose Brace with regards to a tenantlandlord dispute. &LYLOVXLWVÂżOHGUHFHQWO\LQFOXGHG Â‡ 6XNXS 0DQXIDFWXULQJ YV $3 Millwright, Inc. Plaintiff seeks payment of $152,348.76 for services rendered. &DVHZDVÂżOHGRQ'HFHPEHU Small Claims -XGJPHQWV RI VPDOO FODLPV ÂżOHG recently in the district court for Franklin County included: Â‡ $FNOH\ 6WDWH %DQN YV -XVWLQ Cunningham, Hansell. Judgment for
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plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $486.97 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent per annum from November 19. Â‡ 6HFXULW\ &UHGLW 6HUYLFHV //& vs. Jeremy McNealy, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $1,632.85 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from September 27. Â‡ )LUVW 6HFXULW\ %DQN DQG 7UXVW vs. Margaret Fenton, Alexander. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $511.36 with interest accruing at 2.13 percent from September 27. Â‡ $$$ &ROOHFWLRQV YV 5RELQ DQG Dean Meinder, Alexander. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $3,519.27 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from October 25. Â‡+ 5$FFRXQWV,QFYV0LNHDQG Mandie Pigman, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $3,488.90 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from October 30. Â‡ + 5 $FFRXQWV ,QF YV 5REHUW 'HORV 6DQWRV 6KHIÂżHOG -XGJPHQW for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $3,892.80 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from October 30. Â‡ 7KH &%( *URXS ,QF YV .ULVWRSKHU 6XELD +DPSWRQ Judgment for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $1,888.50 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from October 31. Â‡ 7KH &%( *URXS ,QF YV 9LFWRU Santos, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 5 by default in the amount of $2,381.35 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from October 31. Â‡ 0LGODQG )XQGLQJ YV .DWKU\Q Bolerjack, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $754.40 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from November 4. Â‡ &DOYDU\ 639 , //& YV 0DUO\V M. Johnson, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $1,823.05 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from November 12. Â‡ + 5 $FFRXQWV ,QF YV -XOLH 3HOWLHU 6KHIÂżHOG -XGJPHQW IRU WKH plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $4,484.70 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from November 12. Â‡ + 5 $FFRXQWV ,QF YV 5REHUW Smith, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $662.40 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent from November 12. Â‡&DFK//&YV:LOOLDP++DDFN Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $2,051.74 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent per annum from November 12. Â‡ 0LGODQG )XQGQJ //& YV -XOLH Payer, Chapin. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 12 by default in the amount of $700.39 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent per annum from November 13. Â‡ $OLFLD 6DOGLYDU 5RGULJXH] YV Sheryl Jervis and Jim Bass, Hampton. Case was dismissed on December ZLWKRXWSUHMXGLFH&DVHZDVÂżOHG on Dec. 9 for unpaid rent. Â‡&LW\RI/DWLPHUYV/RXLVH5REHUWV 115 S. Akir St., Latimer. Judgment for the plaintiff on December 17 by default in the amount of $1,015.30 with interest accruing at 2.12 percent per annum from November 6, and court costs.
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DRUNK DRIVING 10 BONUS ITEMS!
1. A pair of hand cuffs 2. A ride in a POLICE car (Sorry, back seat only) 3. A video of yourself doing the balance and coordination test 4. An audio tape of your voice 5. A breath and/or blood test to determine your alcohol level (Please note: If you prefer not to take the breath/blood test, thereâ€™s a small 1 year suspension on your driverâ€™s license. Think of all the $$ youâ€™ll save by not driving.)
6. Minimum one night stay at the Luxurious County Detention Facility. 7. One piece Jail uniform (Everyoneâ€™s wearing â€™em!) 8. Morning appearance with a Judge 9. Free PUBLICITY (see COURT section) 10. A lifetime reminder on your driverâ€™s license with a BONUS 2 year reminder on your insurance records.
SO WHAT DOES IT COST TO BE ARRESTED FOR DRUNK DRIVING? Towing/Car Storage .................................... $100 Bail................................................................ $250 DWI Fine ....................................................... $500 Attorneyâ€™s Fees ........................................ $1,500 Court Fees ................................................... $200 Loss of Two Days of Work.......................... $250 Alcohol Evaluation ........................................ $90 Crime Victims Fund ...................................... $10
Victim Impact Panel ...................................... $20 Probation Fee ................................................ $30 Drinking Driver Program ............................ $175 Conditional License ...................................... $75 License Reinstatement Fee .......................... $50 Increased Insurance Rates for 3 years...$5,000 TOTAL........................................................ $8,250
NOTE: ESTIMATED MINIMUMS; ACTUAL COSTS MAY BE HIGHER.
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The Franklin County Sheriffâ€™s Office and the Iowa Highway Patrol will be observing all vehicles during this Holiday season for drunk drivers.
If you donâ€™t want to be caught - DONâ€™T DRIVE!
LARRY RICHTSMEIER, FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
+LOGD0D\'KRQGWGLHGRQ'HFHPEHUDWWKH6KHIĂ€HOG&DUH &HQWHULQ6KHIĂ€HOG Funeral services were held at 10:30 am, on Monday, December 23, at Zion St. John Lutheran Church with Rev. G Kim Wills presiding. Interment was at Hillside Cemetery. The Retz Funeral +RPH RI 6KHIĂ€HOG ZDV LQ FKDUJH RI arrangements. Hilda Dhondt Hilda was born on May 3, 1923, to Albert and Wilhelmina (Wiele) Liekweg, in Ross Township. She was baptized on June 10, 1923, at St. John /XWKHUDQ &KXUFK UXUDO 6KHIĂ€HOG +LOGD ZDV FRQĂ€UPHG RQ $XJXVW 23, 1936, at Zion Lutheran Church DQG JUDGXDWHG IURP 6KHIĂ€HOG +LJK School in 1941. On January 28, 1948, Hilda was united in marriage to Vernon Dhondt at the Zion Lutheran Church 3DUVRQDJH LQ 6KHIĂ€HOG )ROORZLQJ her marriage, she farmed with her husband on the family farm south east RI6KHIĂ€HOGZKHUHWKH\UDLVHGGDLU\ cows, chickens and hogs. Hilda and 1923-2013 Vernon had three children, Leland, Services: Barbara, and Douglas. 10:30 a.m. December 23 Hilda was a lifelong member of Zion St. John Lutheran Church =LRQ6W-RKQ/XWKHUDQ6KHIÂżHOG 5HY*.LP:LOOVRIÂżFLDWLQJ DQG HQMR\HG 'R'D\V TXLOWLQJ DQG FLUFOH SURMHFWV +LOGD DOVR HQMR\HG Burial: gardening, baking, cooking and Hillside Cemetery, attending the chuck wagon races 6KHIÂżHOG at the Four County Fair in Nashua. Arrangements by: But most important to Hilda was 5HW])XQHUDO+RPH6KHIÂżHOG her family. Her love and devotion UHW]IKFRP to Vernon was so evident during 641-892-4241 his illness in the care that she gave to him. She could often be found watching over her grandchildren. She was always there for everyone. Hilda is survived by her son, Leland (Jane) Dhondt, Hampton; daughter, %DUEDUD -RQ 6ZDQVRQ 6KHIĂ€HOG DQG VRQ 'RXJODV -XOLH 'KRQGW 6KHIĂ€HOG JUDQGFKLOGUHQ 7UDYLV /XF\ 6ZDQVRQ &DPHURQ 02$PDQGD %UDG :HVVHOV $OH[DQGHU +ROO\ :LOWRQ :LVHPDQ 6KHIĂ€HOG %UDQG\ 'KRQGW 6KHIĂ€HOG JUHDWJUDQGFKLOGUHQ 5DHJKDQ 6ZDQVRQ IRVWHU JUHDW grandchildren: Zarick, Pamela, and Norman; great grandchildren: Cooper Wiseman; Carsen Wessels; brother Richard (Peg) Liekweg, Iowa Falls; sisterin-law Betty Liekweg, Janesville, and many nieces and nephews. Hilda was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Vernon; siblings 0DULH 3DXO 0H\HU (GQD +DUU\ .RFK$XJXVW +HOHQ /LHNZHJ 5REHUW /LHNZHJ 0DXGH 'ZDLQ 6FKLQDJHO (GZDUG /LHNZHJ 'RULV /LHNZHJ &ODUHQFH/LHNZHJDQG(OVLH/LHNZHJ
Patricia Anne (Lutgen) Angstman, 84, of Dumont, died on Saturday, December 21, 2013, at Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester, Minn. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, December Patricia Angstman DW 6W 0DU\ÂˇV &DWKROLF Church in Ackley, with Fr. Mike 7DXNH RIĂ€FLDWLQJ %XULDO ZLOO WDNH place in the Clutterville Cemetery in rural Dumont. The Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home in Dumont was in charge of arrangements. Patricia was born on October 28, 1929, in Chicago, Ill., to Michael and Maye (Monahan) Lutgen. Patricia graduated from OLVA High School in Waterloo. She was united in marriage to James Angstman on April DW 6W -RVHSKÂˇV &DWKROLF Church in Waterloo. Patricia and Jim moved to rural Dumont and raised Ă€YH FKLOGUHQ 6KH ZRUNHG IRU ,RZD Highway Commission for 13 years in Waterloo and was a clerk for Madison 1929-2013 Township for 30 years. Patricia was a Services: former member of St. Francis Catholic 10 a.m. December 24 Church in Dumont and was a current 6W0DU\ÂśV&DWKROLF&KXUFK PHPEHURI6W0DU\ÂˇV&DWKROLF&KXUFK Ackley in Ackley. She belonged to a prayer )DWKHU0LNH7DXNHRIÂżFLDWLQJ group and was involved with that for Burial: many years. Patricia loved spending time with her family, including going Clutterville Cemetery, Dumont WR KHU FKLOGUHQ DQG JUDQGFKLOGUHQÂˇV Arrangements by: sporting events. Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home She is survived by her husband, Hampton James Angstman, of Dumont; son, sietsemavogelfuneralhomes.com Jim (Chris) Angstman, of Marion; and 641-456-3232 their son, Will; daughter, Patty (Terry) Smith, of Belmond, and their children: 6DUDK Ă€DQFp %HQ 0H\HU 1DWH DQG Adam; son, Dan Angstman, of Waukee, and his son, Casey; daughter, Ann (Mike) Fagerlind, of Peosta, and their children: James, Michelle, John, Daniel and Gabrielle; daughter, Kris (Mike) Bengtson, of Chariton, and their children: .\OLH&KULVWLDQ(OOLHDQG*UDFHVLVWHU6KDURQ5/XWJHQRI:DWHUORRDORQJ with many nieces, nephews, and extended relatives. Patricia was preceded in death by her parents Michael and Maye Lutgen and brothers Ronald, William and Robert Lutgen.
From the Log Monday, December 16: Â‡ 2IÂżFHUV UHFHLYHG FDOOV for service. Among the calls were: a report of a possible phone scam, assisted another department, two nuisance/junk ordinance complaints, two misc. civil complaints, a request for ÂżQJHUSULQWV IRU IRVWHU FDUH DQ open door report, a found dog report, a found cat report, a loose dog report, a report of a trailer without lights, and a hit deer report. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV WRRN D dog complaint in the 700 block of 2nd St. NE. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG a semi at the intersection of Highways 3 and 65. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel in the 900 block of SE 2nd Dr. Â‡SP6XEMHFWUHTXHVWHG extra patrol at 602 Federal St. S. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV responded to an alarm at 719 4th St. NE. Tuesday, December 17: Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: assisted a subject at a residence, lost dog report, subject requested assistance getting up, nonemergency phone call, report of a vehicle left in a parking lot, open-ended 9-1-1 call, and a driving complaint. Â‡ DP 6XEMHFW UHSRUWHG the theft of money from 205 1st St. NW. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVDVVLVWHG WKH )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂśV 2IÂżFH LQ ERRNLQJ 5DFKHO (GQD Marie Dannen, 24, Hampton, on a Franklin County warrant for a probation violation with regards to a charge of operating while LQWR[LFDWHGÂżUVWRIIHQVH Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHG a request for extra security patrol at 1219 Imperial Road. Wednesday, December 18: Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: two open-ended 9-1-1 calls, a 9-1-1 hangup call, message to deliver, two requests for
ÂżQJHUSULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQWDQG an erratic driver complaint. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel at 21 5th Ave. NE. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel in the 100 EORFNRI%HQQHWW'U6KHIÂżHOG Â‡DP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of a stolen snowmobile at 322 4th St. NW. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a domestic dispute at 204 12th Ave. NE. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to an accident at the intersection of 2nd Ave. NW and Federal St. N. A vehicle driven by Steven Donaldson, Hampton, sustained $25 in damages; a vehicle driven by Dennis Hart, Marshalltown, sustained $400 in damages. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG the Franklin County Sheriffs 2IÂżFH LQ ERRNLQJ <DQLUD =DYDOD 30, Hampton, on a Franklin County warrant for failure to appear. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DUUHVWHG /LVDQGUR +HUQDQGH]/RSH] Hampton, for OWI, no insurance, QRGULYHUÂśVOLFHQVHDQGIDLOXUHWR maintain control at 603 1st Ave. NW. He was placed in a cell and held to appear. Thursday, December 19: Â‡ 2IÂżFHUV UHFHLYHG FDOOV IRU service. Among the calls were: a misc. civil report, a 9-1-1 hangup call, dispatched another DJHQF\ UHTXHVW IRU ÂżQJHUSULQWV for employment, and a report of snowmobiles on private property. Â‡DP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of an open door at 712 1st St. NW. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV WRRN D report of a subject knocking on windows in the 10 block of Federal St. N. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV investigated a property damage accident. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel at 601 2nd St. SE. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH
Judith Huff Judith A. Huff, 73, of Mason City, died Thursday, December 19, 2013, Judith Huff at the Muse Norris Hospice Inpatient Unit. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, December 23, at 2XU 6DYLRXUÂˇV /XWKHUDQ &KXUFK Mason City, with Rev. Jim Magelssen RIĂ€FLDWLQJ,QWHUPHQWZDVLQ0HPRULDO Park Cemetery. Memorials may be GLUHFWHG WR 2XU 6DYLRXUÂˇV /XWKHUDQ Church. Online condolences may be left for the family at www. PDMRUHULFNVRQIXQHUDOKRPHFRP Judy was born November 2, 1940 in rural Clear Lake, the daughter of Floyd and Ruth (Nelson) Harms. She graduated from Mason City High School. Judy married John M. Huff November 1, 1958 in Mason City. Judy worked a number of years for Cerro Gordo County as a home health 1940-2013 care aid. She was a member of Our Services: 6DYLRXUÂˇV /XWKHUDQ &KXUFK$ IHZ RI 1:30 p.m. December 23 her interests included music, camping, 2XU6DYLRXUÂśV/XWKHUDQ and animals. Judy is survived by her husband, John, of St. Petersburg, Mason City Fla.; two sons, Steven Huff, of St. 5HY-LP0DJHOVVHQRIÂżFLDWLQJ Petersburg, Fla.; and Kelly Huff, of Burial: Mason City; sister, Donna (Roger) Memorial Park Cemetery, Bertelson, of Mason City; sister inMason City law, Wilma Harms of Waterloo. Judy Arrangements by: was preceded in death by her parents, Major Erickson Funeral Home 2 sons, Brett and Todd, and 1 brother, Mason City Floyd Jr. 7KH0DMRU(ULFNVRQ)XQHUDO+RPH majorericksonfuneralhome.com 641-423-0924 & Crematory were in charge of arrangements.
From the Log called to a disturbance in the 300 block of 1st Ave. NW. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV WRRN D report of an assault at 821 6th St. SW. Friday, December 20: Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: motorist assist, 9-1-1 hangup call, lost dog report misc. civil report, dispatched another agency, and a report of a lost item. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel. Â‡DP2IÂżFHUVLQYHVWLJDWHG a two vehicle accident near the intersection of 6th St. SW and Highway 3. A vehicle driven by Matthew Wharton, Dows,
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Adrian M. Nolte, 91, of Iowa Falls, died on Monday, December 16, 2013, at the Heritage Care Center, Iowa Falls. Funeral services were held at 10:30 am Saturday, December 21, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Iowa Falls. Burial ZDVDWWKH8QLRQ&HPHWHU\,RZD)DOOV7KH/LQQÂˇV)XQHUDO+RPHV,RZD)DOOV Chapel was in charge of the arrangements.
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Hazel Moreland, 95, of Alden, died on Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at Crestview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Webster City. Private funeral services will be held. The Surls Funeral Home of Iowa Falls is in charge of the DUUDQJHPHQWV0HPRULDOVPD\EHGLUHFWHGWR6W3DXOÂˇV/XWKHUDQ&KXUFK32 Box 27, Alden, Iowa 50006 or to a place of your choosing.
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St. Matthew-by-the-Bridge Episcopal Rev. Elliot Blackburn 507 Railroad St., Iowa Falls Â‡ 6XQGD\V DP %LEOH 6WXG\ 10:30 a.m. Family Worship Service Latter Day Saints The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints Hampton / Miguel Sosa Garcia, Branch President Â‡ 6XQGD\V DP :RUVKLS 6HUYLFH Spanish Activities Lutheran
Catholic 6W0DU\ÂˇV&DWKROLF Ackley / Rev. Mike Tauke Â‡6XQGD\VDP0DVV 6W3DWULFNÂˇV&DWKROLF 1405 Federal St. N., Hampton Rev. Mike Tauke 1405 N. Federal St. Â‡6DWXUGD\VSP0DVVLQ6SDQLVK Â‡6XQGD\VDP0DVV Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) First Christian Pastor Alan Berneman WK6W1(+DPSWRQ fcchamptoniowa.org Â‡:HGQHVGD\'HFHPEHU&KULVWPDV 'D\&KXUFK2IĂ€FH&ORVHG Â‡6XQGD\'HFHPEHUDP6XQday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Church of the Living Word, LCMC VW$YH1(+DPSWRQ www.clwhampton.org 641-456-8175 Jacob Rahrig, Pastor To reserve auditorium or gym, contact Kay Hinrichs at 456-2706 or at firstname.lastname@example.org Â‡ 6XQGD\V DP 6XQGD\ 6FKRRO a.m. Celebration Service Â‡7XHVGD\VDPQRRQ0LQLVWHULal Crisis Center, 456-8272 Â‡ :HGQHVGD\V SP %RG\ %\ Jesus, Preschool-Sixth Grade; 6:308p.m. 7th-12th Grades 2XU6DYLRUÂˇV/XWKHUDQ 121 Prospect, Ackley Pastor Gary Burkhalter Â‡ 6XQGD\V DP 6XQGD\ 6FKRRO a.m. Divine Service (Communion 2nd, 4th, 5th); 11 a.m. Fellowship Â‡7XHVGD\VSP7XHVGD\6FKRRO
Nazareth Lutheran Coulter / Pastor Dave Bernhardt Â‡6XQGD\'HFHPEHUDP&RIIHH Hour; 10:30 a.m. Worship 6W-RKQÂˇV/XWKHUDQ 1207 Indigo Ave., Hampton Pastor Dave Bernhardt Â‡ 6XQGD\ 'HFHPEHU DP :RUship with Holy Communion; 10 a.m. Coffee with fellowship St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Pastor Steve Winsor QG6W1(+DPSWRQ &KXUFK2IĂ€FH+RXUV0) Â‡6XQGD\VDP:RUVKLS6HUYLFH Â‡7XHVGD\V'RUFDV&LUFOH0HHWV7KLUG 7XHVGD\RI(DFK0RQWKDWDPDW the Church Â‡ :HGQHVGD\V DPQRRQ 4XLOWLQJ *URXSDP&RIIHH+RXUÂł(YHU\one is Welcome; 5:30 p.m. WOW; 6:30 p.m. Youth Group Â‡ 7KXUVGD\V 3ULVFLOOD &LUFOH 0HHWV 7KLUG7KXUVGD\RI(DFK0RQWK 6W3DXOÂˇV/XWKHUDQ 304 W. Main, Latimer Pastor Travis Berg, Pastor Â‡6DWXUGD\'HFHPEHUSP9HVpers Â‡ 6XQGD\ 'HFHPEHU DP :RUship; 10:15 a.m. ABC and Sunday School 6W3DXOÂˇV&KXUFK 400 Larch St., Thornton Pastor Johnson Â‡6XQGD\VDP6XQGD\6FKRRODW UMC; 10:30 a.m. Worship at St. Paul Trinity Lutheran Church
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By Kristi Nixon HAMPTON â€“ When the Predicament released its second wrestling rankings on Thursday, 'HF MXVW EHIRUH +DPSWRQ Dumont took on Humboldt in an NCC dual, some things were shaken XSLQWKH:LOGFDWVÂˇGXDOZLQ The Bulldogs, who were ranked fourth in the pre-season with four wrestlers in the top 10, saw two of their wrestlers fall out and Humboldt overtake them for the fourth spot as H-D dropped out completely. But there was some redemption as 170-pounder Grant Lehmann, ZKRKDGEHHQUDQNHGĂ€IWKDQGIHOO out decisioned new No. 3 Nikko Wheeler 5-2 in a match that really ZDVQÂˇWWKDWFORVH â€œIn the pre-season rankings I was above him, so I had no reason to think I was going to be beat by him, but it was nice to get a big win,â€? Lehmann said. â€œHe beat :HEVWHU &LW\ÂˇV &RQQRU /DUVRQ DQG$OJRQDÂˇV7\OHU )ULGHUHVZKR EHDWPHVRLWÂˇVQLFHWRJHWWKHZLQÂľ Lehmann said he was surprised that he fell out of the rankings despite a 12-2 record prior to 7KXUVGD\ÂˇV PDWFK DQG VDLG KH GHĂ€QLWHO\IHOWOLNHKHKDGVRPHWKLQJ to prove. Â´,WKLQNLWZDVXQMXVWLĂ€HGLQWKH VHQVH WKDW WKH RQO\ NLGV ,ÂˇYH ORVW to were either ranked above me or ranked at 182, a weight above me, VR,GRQÂˇWNQRZZK\WKH\EXPSHG me off,â€? Lehmann said. â€œThe losses I had were to really good kids. I GLGQÂˇWUHDOO\KDYHDQ\EDGORVVHVÂľ Lehmann was hit with a VWDOO ZDUQLQJ LQ D VFRUHOHVV Ă€UVW period. He chose down to start the second, escaped and went on to take Wheeler down for a 3-0 lead. Wheeler had a quick reversal with about 12 seconds left, but Lehmann scored a reversal with less than a few seconds in the period.
52&.:(// Â˛ 1RUWK %XWOHU ZHQW DW WKH West Fork wrestling quadrangular held Tuesday, Dec. 17 at Rockwell. The host Warhawks lost to the Bearcats 57-18 in the opener, going on to fall to St. Ansgar 54-16 and Rockford 45-18. The Bearcats, meanwhile, followed up their win over West Fork by topping Rockford, 45-27 and St. Ansgar, 44-32. Jarel Arbegast (138) was the only unbeaten for West Fork, going 2-0, ZLWKSLQVDJDLQVW1RUWK%XWOHUDQG6W$QVJDU+HGLGQÂˇWZUHVWOHDJDLQVWWKH Warriors. Going 3-0 for the Bearcats were top-ranked Caleb Wedeking (145) and &RG\ 1HOVRQ DV ZHOO DV &RG\ 1HOVRQÂˇV IUHVKPDQ EURWKHU 'DOWRQ ZKRKDQGHGWKH:DUKDZNVÂˇ-DFRE+DQVHQKLVĂ€UVWORVVRIWKHVHDVRQDW pounds, a hard-fought 5-2 decision. Jake Goodrich, who had one forfeit victory, was also unbeaten in three tries. North Butler 57, West Fork 18 145 â€“ Caleb Wedeking (NB) pinned Austin Steil 1:06; 152 â€“ Jake Goodrich (NB) won by forfeit; 160 â€“ Cody Nelson (NB) won by forfeit; 170 â€“ Michael DeBerg (NB) pinned Matt Ries 0:38; 182 â€“ James Vestweber (WF) pinned Dalton Aukes 1:51; 195 â€“ Jacob Groeneveld (NB) won by forfeit; 220 â€“ Tanner Shreckengost (WF) pinned James Seehusen 3:09; 285 â€“ Owen Landers (NB) won by forfeit; 106 â€“ no match; 113 â€“ Alan Peters (NB) pinned Devlynn Sasse 1:58; 120 â€“ Dalton Nelson (NB) dec. Jacob Hansen 5-2; 126 â€“ Noah Heathcott (NB) won by forfeit; 132 â€“ Tyler Brinkman (NB) pinned Colton Rowe 3:59; 138 â€“ Jarel Arbegast (WF) pinned Austin Janssen 5:38. St. Ansgar 54, West Fork 16 152 â€“ Jacob Heman (SA) won by forfeit; 160Âą.DLG%UXFH6$ SLQQHG&ROWDQ .HVVOHU170 â€“ Landon Johnson (SA) pinned Matt Ries 0:51; 182 â€“ James Vestweber (WF) won by forfeit; 195 â€“ no match; 220 â€“ Derrick Heimer (SA) pinned Tanner Shreckengost 0:29; 285Âą6DZ\HU+XOVKL]HU6$ ZRQE\IRUIHLW 106 â€“ Brody Bruce (SA) won by forfeit; 113 â€“ Riley Wondra (SA) pinned Devlynn Sasse 2:44; 120 â€“ no match; 126 â€“ Jacob Hansen (WF) major dec. Cutter Bruce 9-1; 132 â€“ Ethan Mayer (SA) pinned Colton Rowe 1:54; 138 â€“ Jarel Arbegast (WF) pinned Clay Pierce 0:57; 145 â€“ Matt Levan (SA) pinned Austin Steil 1:11. Rockford 45, West Fork 18 160 Âą :\DWW 3DXOXV 5RFN SLQQHG &ROWDQ .HVVOHU 170 â€“ Heath Farr (Rock) pinned Matt Ries 4:50; 182 Âą &ROOLQ .XKOHPHLHU 5RFN SLQQHG -DPHV Vestweber 5:35; 195 â€“ Remington Sliger (Rock) won by forfeit; 220 â€“ no match; 285 â€“ Tanner Shreckengost (WF) pinned Brendyn Nash 2:23; 106 â€“ no match; 113 â€“ Will Portis (Rck) pinned Devlynn Sasse 1:23; 120 â€“ no match; 126 â€“ Jacob +DQVHQ:) SLQQHG&KDVH.UXHJHU132 â€“ Colton Rowe (WF) pinned Will Schmidt 1:25; 138 â€“ Rugby Sliger (Rock) won by forfeit; 145 â€“ Ian Gray (Rock) dec. Austin Steil 13-9; 152 â€“ Austin Duryee won by forfeit.
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Top-ranked Mario PeĂąa has his hand raised after defeating second-ranked Dylan Hendricks of Humboldt in overtime on Thursday, Dec. 19. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
Wheeler chose down to start the third and Lehmann rode him out with Wheeler getting warned for stalling as Lehmann dominated the two-minute period. â€œHe wrestled tough, he had a game plan going into it,â€? HamptonDumont coach Nick Bretz said. â€œWe wanted to be patient, make him make some mistakes and we took advantage of what he gave us.â€? Meanwhile, one of the most promising matches of the night came at the very end in which top-ranked Mario PeĂąa faced second-ranked
Humboldt 56 Hampton-Dumont 18 113 â€“ Carter Barkema (H-D) pinned Levi Sawyer 5:18; 120 â€“ Zane Russell (Humb) pinned Gus Jacome 1:57; 126 â€“ Austen Gargano (Humb) pinned Jose Cornejo 0:21; 132 â€“ Jake Miller (Humb) SLQQHG .DLQDQ %UDXQ 138 â€“ Max Lehmann (H-D) pinned -D[RQ.DPSHQ145 â€“ Mike Madsen (Humb) pinned Johnny Guerrero 3:59; 152 â€“ Thaylan Bowman (Humb) pinned Isaac Shelton 1:09; 160Âą*XV$UQROG+XPE PDMRUGHF$OH[*RQ]DOH] 10-2; 170 â€“ Grant Lehmann (H-D) dec. Nikko Wheeler 5-2; 182 â€“ Adam Mickelson (Humb) pinned Logan Chipp 1:28; 195 â€“ Bailey Stimson (Humb) pinned Isaiah Noelck 0:42; 220 â€“ Reed Dreyer +XPE PDMRUGHF.HQGULFN6XQWNHQ285 â€“ Mario PeĂąa (H-D) dec. Dylan Hendricks 4-2, OT.
52&.:(//Â˛'HVSLWHDSLQE\&ROWRQ5RZHLQWKHĂ€QDOPDWFKDJDLQVW Belmond-Klemme, the Broncos edged the West Fork wrestling team in a double dual on Thursday, Dec. 19. After giving up a forfeit at 132 pounds, B-K clinched the match with a seven-point margin in a 34-33 dual in the opener. /DNH0LOOVZHQWRQWRWRSWKH:DUKDZNVDQGĂ€QLVKHGWKHGXDOZLWK a 42-39 win over Belmond-Klemme. Devlynn Sasse (113/120) and Jacob Hansen (120/126) were double ZLQQHUVIRUFRDFK-DUHG$UEHJDVWVÂˇVVTXDG:HVW)RUNZDVZLWKRXWIUHVKPDQ Jarel Arbegast for the duals. Belmond-Klemme 34 West Fork 33 145 â€“ Austin Steil (WF) won by forfeit; 152 â€“ no match; 160 â€“ Race Toftey %. SLQQHG&ROWDQ.HVVOHU170Âą1LFN5DIWLV%. SLQQHG0DWW5LHV 182 â€“ James Vestweber (WF) won by forfeit; 195 â€“ Morgan Steenhard (WF) won by forfeit; 220 â€“ no match; 285Âą/XNH:RUGHQ%. SLQQHG7DQQHU6KUHFNHQJRVW 1:43; 106Âą=DFK$QGHUVRQ%. ZRQE\IRUIHLW113Âą-XDQ*XLGR%. PDMRU dec. Justin Anderson 18-9; 120 â€“ Devlynn Sasse (WF) pinned Trevor Soma 0:18; 126 â€“ Jacob Hansen (WF) dec. Zach Andrews 9-2; 132Âą7DQQHU+HDEHUOLQ%. won by forfeit; 138 â€“ Colton Rowe (WF) pinned Jonny Dugger 0:41.
5,&(9,//(Â˛5LFHYLOOHZDVQR match for the Class 2A third-ranked West Fork boys basketball team in a 75-26 Corn Bowl Conference game on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Four Warhawks tallied double Ă€JXUHV VFRULQJ OHG E\ -DFRE .XKOPHLHUÂˇV SRLQWV RII RI WKH bench. 6DP $PVEDXJK DQG (YDQ Sprung each scored 12 and Hunter
By Kristi Nixon /$7,0(5 Â˛ &:/ WRRN DGYDQWDJH RI D FROGVKRRWLQJ &$/ ER\V basketball team in handing the Cadets a 61-21 loss on Monday, Dec. 16. (VGHQ&DUUROODQG-DUHG+DOHUERWKSRVWHGGRXEOHGRXEOHVLQWKHQRQ FRQIHUHQFHYLFWRU\ZLWK(VGHQ&DUUROOVFRUHGDQGKDXOLQJGRZQ boards and Haler 17 points and 14 rebounds. Grant Carroll added 10 points and Stefan Chambers posted 10 rebounds. 7KH3DQWKHUVOHGDWWKHKDOIZLWK(VGHQ&DUUROOVFRULQJRIKLV points by that point. &DOHE6WULHJHOKDGVL[RI&$/ÂˇVSRLQWVE\KDOIWLPH
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Youth Results E.J. Muir (Humb) dec. Andyn Showalter 12-6; Brandon Harris (Humb) dec. Carl Barkema 2-0; Joe Weydert (Humb) pinned Maguire Flint &ROE\ 1HOVRQ +XPE SLQQHG -D\FRE 0DUW]DKQ &ROH Nelson (Humb) pinned Jordan Severs 1:54; Abe Scheideman (H' GHF4XLQWRQ2UU&UHVWRQ&UDYHQ+XPE PDMRUGHF'DYLG &RUQHMR&KDVH6SUDGOLQ+' PDMRUGHF2PDU%DH]+' 11-1; Cael Burmester (H-D) pinned Zander Mitchell (H-D) 2:29; Brandon Harris (Humb) dec. Tate Schmitt 4-3; Joe Weydert (Humb) SLQQHG%UDGHQ-RKQVRQ-D\FRE0DUW]DKQ+' GHF7DQQHU 0H\HU 4XLQWRQ 2UU +XPE GHF %UDGHQ +DQVHQ &DUO Barkema (H-D) dec. Colby Clarken 5-2.
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Dreyer, who bumped up to wrestle Suntken. Also getting knocked out of the rankings was Carter Barkema, who pinned Levi Sawyer in 5:18. â€œIt is what it is,â€? Bretz said about WKH UDQNLQJV Â´:HÂˇUH QRW ZRUULHG DERXW SDSHU SDSHU GRHVQÂˇW JHW \RX anything at the end of the season. :HÂˇUHORRNLQJDWHYHU\ORVVDVDZD\ to learn and if we can learn from HYHU\ ORVV ZHÂˇYH KDG ZHÂˇOO EH D better team at the end of the season.â€?
Riceville bows to No. 3 Warhawks Myers chipped in with 10 as coach )UDQN 6FKQRHVÂˇ VTXDG KDG D halftime lead. Kuhlmeier also led the way in rebounding with eight and Tanner Tuttle also had a big effort off the bench with six boards. 0\HUVĂ€QLVKHGZLWKIRXUDVVLVWV and four steals as the Warhawks improved to 5-0 overall, 3-0 in the Corn Bowl. West Fork 75, Riceville 26
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Dylan Hendricks. It lived up to expectations as PeĂąa scored a takedown with less than 30 seconds left in overtime to win a 4-2 decision. â€œMario, he does what he does,â€? Bretz said. â€œHe stays in position and ZUHVWOHV KDUG +H NQRZV WKDW LWÂˇV probably going to take six minutes to ZLQZKHQKHÂˇVZUHVWOLQJWKHVHFRQG best kid in the state.â€? Kendrick Suntken (220) dropped from third to fourth at his weight FODVV DQG ORVW D PDMRU GHFLVLRQ to second-ranked 195-pounder Reed
Lake Mills 60 West Fork 24 132 â€“ Michael Olsen (LM) pinned Colton Rowe 1:27; 138 â€“ Max Bergo (LM) won by forfeit; 145 â€“ Brady Schmidt (LM) pinned Austin Steil 0:37; 152 â€“ Scott Wogen (LM) won by forfeit; 160 â€“ Noah Irons (LM) won by forfeit; 170 â€“ Slade 6LIXHQWHV/0 SLQQHG&ROWDQ.HVVOHU182 â€“ Jon Anderson (LM) pinned Matt Ries 0:58; 195 â€“ Andrew Olsen (LM) pinned James Vestweber 0:49; 220 â€“ Tanner Shreckengost (WF) pinned Ethan Evans 1:40; 285 â€“ Cory Mathahs (LM) won by forfeit; 106 â€“ Braedon Edwards (LM) won by forfeit; 113 â€“ Devlynn Sasse (WF) won by forfeit; 120 â€“ Justin Anderson (WF) won by forfeit; 126 â€“ Jacob Hansen (WF) pinned Parker Eaton 0:47.
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West Fork (5-0, 3-0) â€“ Zach Greimann 0-2 0-0 0; Austin Neff 4-8 0-0 8; Hunter Myers 5-7 0-0 10; Spencer Halloran 3-4 1-1 7; Sam Amsbaugh 5-6 2-5 12; Drew Engebretson 3-4 0-1 7; Tanner Tuttle 1-4 0-0 2; Markus Wogen 0-0 0-0 0; Evan Sprung 6-6 0-0 12; Cody Wegner 0-2 0-0 0; Collin Schoning 1-2 -DFRE .XKOPHLHU Totals 34-54 6-13 75. Riceville (1-5, 1-3) â€“ Logan Shedenhelm 2-9 0-0 6; Zack Lee 0-0 0-0 0; Ryan Shedenhelm 2-10 0-0 4; Dustin Sprung 0-0 0-0 0; Dalton Gillen 0-1 0-0 0; Colton Reddel 0-3 0-0 0; -RVK .UXNRZ 1DWH 0LOOHU -HUHPLDK.HOOH\ Matt Green 0-0 0-0 0; Dalton Reddel (PLOLR *RPH] Totals 11-39 1-2 26. West Fork 33 12 20 19 Riceville 6 10 2 8
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7+5(( 32,17 *2$/6 â€“ WF 1-6 (Engebretson 1-2, Wogen 0-1, Wegner 0-1, Neff 0-2); Rice 3-13 / 6KHGHQKHOP .UXNRZ R. Shedenhelm 0-5). 5(%281'6 â€“ West Fork 31, 10 off. 21 def. .XKOPHLHU 7XWWOH $PVEDXJK 5, Sprung 3, Myers, Halloran, Neff, Engebretson, Wegner, Schoning); 5LFH RII GHI *RPH] .UXNRZ 5 6KHGHQKHOP / Shedenhelm). $66,676 â€“ WF 15 (Myers 4, Halloran 3, Greimann 2, Wegner 2, Amsbaugh, Schoning, .XKOPHLHU 5LFH 5 6KHGHQKHOP 4, L. Shedenhelm, C. Reddel). STEALS â€“ WF 18 (Amsbaugh 4, Myers 4, Wogen 3, Greimann 2, Neff, +DOORUDQ6SUXQJ.XKOPHLHU 5LFH 5 6KHGHQKHOP *RPH] BLOCKS â€“ WF 4 (Halloran, Amsbaugh, Sprung, .XKOPHLHU 5LFH 1RQH TOTAL )28/6 â€“ WF 10; Rice 13. )28/(' 287â€“ None.
Hunter Schleisman of CAL is fouled as he goes up for a rebound against CWL on Monday, Dec. 16. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Peterson out for season after freak accident
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Cutting it out: By Kristi Nixon +$03721 Â˛ 6WUXJJOLQJ WKURXJK WKH Ă€UVW IHZ weeks of the season at 120 pounds, Hampton-Dumont VRSKRPRUH VWDWH SODFH ZLQQHU &DUWHU %DUNHPD Ă€QDOO\ PDGHWKHZHLJKWKHÂˇGEHHQZRUNLQJIRU $QGKHKDVEHQHĂ€WHGIURPJRLQJGRZQWRJRLQJ IRU WKH %XOOGRJV DV WKH\ VZHSW 1DVKXD3ODLQĂ€HOG Aplington-Parkersburg and Sumner-Fredericksburg on Tuesday, Dec. 17 at home. â€œMaking the weight is the hard part, having to get the H[WUD ZRUN LQ DQG WKH H[WUD WLPHÂľ %DUNHPD VDLG Â´,WÂˇV DOVRWHVWZHHNVRLWÂˇVSXVKLQJLWEXW,JRWLWGRQHÂľ And the Bulldogs had four wrestlers go unbeaten that night as they won 60-11 over the Huskies, 51-18 against the Falcons and capped off the night with a 4228 victory over the Cougars. %DUNHPDDIWHU7XHVGD\ÂˇVGXDOVLQFXUUHGDOOEXW one of his losses at 120 pounds. Â´,W ZDVQÂˇW EDG EHFDXVH , ZDV HDWLQJ DOO WKH WLPHÂľ %DUNHPDVDLGRIZUHVWOLQJDWÂ´,WZDVQÂˇWWKDWPXFK RI D ZHLJKW GLIIHUHQFH LWÂˇV MXVW WKH VWUHQJWK ZDV D ELJ SUREOHP , GLGQÂˇW KDYH WKH VWUHQJWK RI D SRXQGHU where they had the strength of a 126-pounder because WKH\DUHFXWWLQJGRZQWRDQG,ÂˇPMXVWVLWWLQJWKHUHÂľ He said that he was working harder, running more and waiting for the right time because wrestlers have a fat test coming up. â€œIt will take a little time for my body to get used to WKHZHLJKWDQGWKHQRQFHWKDWKDSSHQV,WKLQNZHÂˇOOEH good to go,â€? Barkema said. â€œMy strength is coming back now.â€? Also going 3-0 were Isaac Shelton (152), Grant Lehmann (170), Kendrick Suntken (220) and Mario PeĂąa (285). Â´2XUJRDOZDVLQGXDOV Â˛WKDWÂˇVZKDWZHZDQWHG DQGWKDWÂˇVZKDWZHVHWRXWWRGRÂľ+'KHDGFRDFK1LFN Bretz said. â€œWe knew Sumner was going to match up really well with us at certain weights and that we were going to have to get bonus points, so they were really SXVKLQJ RXU JX\V WR JHW PDMRUV RU QRW JLYH XS IDOOV RU PDMRUV 2XU JX\V GLG WKDW DQG WKDWÂˇV KRZ ZH ZRQ WKH dual.â€? Bretz said that now that Barkema is down to the weight class he was aiming for, things are working out for him. Â´,WKLQNKHÂˇVVWDUWLQJWRFOLFNÂľ%UHW]VDLGRI%DUNHPD â€œI think his technique is starting to come together and KHÂˇVVWDUWLQJWRIHHOKRZKLVERG\LVJRLQJWRIHHOOLNHDW WKDWZHLJKW+HÂˇVJHWWLQJXVHGWRLW,WÂˇVJRLQJWRWDNHD OLWWOHELWVWLOOEXWRQFH-DQXDU\UROOVDURXQGKHÂˇOOJHWD IHZPRUHSRXQGVDQGKHÂˇOOEHDKDSS\NLGÂľ
Bretz added that a couple of freshmen stepped up, LQFOXGLQJ-RVH&RUQHMRZKRJRWDZLQDJDLQVWDELJJHU kid since he only weighs 115 pounds and was wrestling a SRXQGHU&RUQHMRSLQQHG$3ÂˇV/LQFROQ7KRPSVRQ in 1 minute, 51 seconds. â€œJohnny Guerrero also had a big win in our Aplington dual,â€? Bretz said. â€œThey beat us two years in a row. He GRHVQÂˇW JHW WKDW ZLQ PD\EH ZH GRQÂˇW ZLQ PD\EH WKH momentum changes. Our freshmen looked real good and our upperclassmen did exactly what we expected them to.â€? 2QO\ D WRWDO RI Ă€YH SUHVHDVRQ UDQNHG ZUHVWOHUV came in to Hampton to wrestle and although all of them came away with a win, the Bulldogs all gave them a VFDUH LQFOXGLQJ 0D[ /HKPDQQ ZKR KDG$3ÂˇV 6KDQH Poppens, ranked sixth in Class 1A, on his back. Also, /RJDQ &KLSS JDYH 6XPQHU)UHGHULFNVEXUJÂˇV VL[WK ranked Trevor Pagel all he could handle in losing by a 7-6 decision. Â´7KDWÂˇVZKDWZHZDQWHGWRGRÂľ%UHW]VDLGÂ´2QHRI the things we think about as a team is how do people talk DERXWXVZKHQZHÂˇUHGRQH"7KH\GRQÂˇWZDQWWRZUHVWOH XVDJDLQ7KH\DUHWRRWRXJKWKH\GRQÂˇWTXLWÂľ Hampton-Dumont 60 1DVKXD3ODLQÂżHOG 145 â€“ Johnny Guerrero (H-D) won by forfeit; 152 â€“ Isaac Shelton (H-D) won by forfeit; 160Âą$OH[*RQ]DOH]+' GHF $XVWLQ3LW]170 â€“ Grant Lehmann (H-D) pinned Brandon Marks 2:39; 182 â€“ Logan Chipp (H-D) pinned Tyler Larson 2:22; 195 â€“ Jason Fisher (N-P) won by tech fall over Isaiah Noelck 16-1; 220Âą.HQGULFN6XQWNHQ+' SLQQHG%U\FH %LOKDU]285 â€“ Mario PeĂąa (H-D) pinned Blane Bark 1:42; 106 â€“ no match; 113 â€“ Carter Barkema (H-D) dec. Stuart Eliasen 13-9; 120 â€“ Gus Jacome (H-D) pinned Jacob Eick 3:20; 126 â€“ Matthew Stille (N-P) pinned Jose Cornejo 1:03; 132Âą.DLQDQ%UDXQ+' ZRQE\IRUIHLW138 â€“ Max Lehmann (H-D) pinned Reece Reams 4:54. Hampton-Dumont 51 Aplington-Parkersburg 18 152 â€“ Isaac Shelton (H-D) pinned Steffen Seys 3:32; 160Âą%UHQQHQ6LPRQ$3 SLQQHG$OH[*RQ]DOH] 170 â€“ Grant Lehmann (H-D) pinned Tyler Duster 0:32; 182 â€“ Logan Chipp (H-D) pinned Blake Carolus 1:29; 195 â€“ Isaiah Noelck (H-D) pinned Brandin Frey 1:36; 106 â€“ no match; 113 â€“ Carter Barkema (H-D) dec. Carter Champ 12-7; 120 â€“ Blake Tompkins (A-P) pinned Gus Jacome 3:38; 126 â€“ Jose Cornejo (H-D) pinned Lincoln Thompson 1:51; 132 â€“ Seth Caston (A3 GHF.DLQDQ%UDXQ138 â€“ Shane Poppens (A-P) pinned Max Lehmann 3:30; 145 â€“ Johnny Guerrero (H-D) pinned Adam Holm 3:00.
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CLARION - Hampton-Dumont's boys basketEDOO WHDP KHOG RII D FKDUJLQJ &ODULRQ*ROGĂ€HOG squad to earn its second straight win and second of the season on Friday night, 65-60. 7KH %XOOGRJV VKRW SHUFHQW IURP WKH Ă€HOG but had their share of struggles from the free throw line, going 15-of-27, hitting them when it UHDOO\PDWWHUHGLQWKHĂ€QDOPRPHQWV Cole Miller, who had a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, was 7-of-12 from the free throw line. He added eight assists and two steals. 3DUNHU &OD\SRRO DYRLGHG PDMRU IRXO WURXEOH DQG VFRUHG SRLQWV DV coach Heath Walton's team improved to 2-6 overall, 2-4 in the North Central Conference. H-D is off until Friday, Jan. 3, 2014 when it plays host to Webster City. Hampton-Dumont 65 &ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOG Hampton-Dumont &ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOG
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Hampton-Dumont (2-6, 2-4) - Levi Pratt 1-3 2-3 4, Bo Brass 3-4 0-0 7, Trevor Eiklenborg 3-4 3-5 9, Charlie Flickinger 2-3 0-0 4, Brandon :HVWHQGRUI&KDFH.OHLQ.\OH.HQW Brady Claypool 0-1 2-4 2, Alex Sackville 0-3 0-0 0; Cole Miller 6-8 7-12 20, Parker Claypool 9-13 1-3 19. Totals 24-40 15-27 65. 32,17*2$/6 - H-D 2-6 (Brass 1-2, Miller 1-2, Flickinger 0-1, Pratt 0-1) 5(%281'6 - H-D 29, 4 off., 25 def. (Miller 11, Flickinger 4, P. Claypool 4, Sackville 3, Eiklenborg 3, Pratt 2, B. Claypool, Brass). $66,676 - H-D 15 (Miller 8, Eiklenborg 2, Flickinger, Pratt, %UDVV.OHLQ6DFNYLOOH STEALS - H-D 13 (Eiklenborg 3, Miller 2, P. &OD\SRRO3UDWW%UDVV)OLFNLQJHU.OHLQ%&OD\SRRO6DFNYLOOH &* BLOCKS - H-D, None. )28/6 - H-D 15.)28/('287 - None.
By Kristi Nixon 5,&(9,//(Â˛$QDFFLGHQWLQWKHORFNHUURRPSULRU to the No. 13 West Fork girls 55-18 win at Riceville on Tuesday sent Warhawk senior Lindsey Peterson to the Mayo Clinic for 100 stitches and likely ended her high school basketball career. Peterson, who according to coach Rodney Huber, was taking pictures with teammates in the locker room before the game, slipped and fell, hitting her face on the corner of the bench she was standing on. Â´,WZDVWKHZRUVWWKLQJ,ÂˇYH seen,â€? Huber said. â€œIt went straight through her gum, affected a few of her teeth and she had a big gash on the right Peterson side of her face.â€? According to Huber, Peterson was taken to the hospital in Osage and sent on to Mayo, where she had a CAT scan; she had 100 stitches and three plates put in her face for fractures and will most likely have to have plastic surgery to repair nerve damage. +HDGGHGWKDWKHGLGQÂˇWJHWWRVHHPXFKRIWKHLQMXU\ because Peterson was holding a towel to her face and there was a lot of bleeding. â€œI feel awful,â€? Huber said. â€œNeedless to say she ZRQÂˇWEHSOD\LQJIRUDPLQLPXPRIVL[ZHHNVVRVKH is done.â€? ,W ZDV 3HWHUVRQÂˇV WK ELUWKGD\ $Q DOOVWDWH volleyball player, Peterson holds West Fork school records for kills and digs. But West Fork pulled together for a big win over the Wildcats, leading 40-10 at the half. â€œI was proud of them (the team),â€? Huber said. â€œThey UHDOO\ ODLG LW RQ WKHP 5LFHYLOOH , GLGQÂˇW NQRZ KRZ they were going to respond because they looked pale; ORRNHGOLNHWKH\ÂˇGVHHQDJKRVWÂľ
Bulldogs gain ÂżUVWZLQ Team effort leads to 30-point victory at Eagle Grove
Bulldog wrestler Carter Barkema, top, works a pinning combination on Aplington-Parkersburgâ€™s Carter Champ during Tuesdayâ€™s wrestling quadranJXODUDW+DPSWRQ,WZDVWKHÂżUVWIXOOZHHN%DUNHPD wrestled at 113 this season. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle) Hampton-Dumont 42 Sumner-Fredericksburg 28 160Âą$OH[*RQ]DOH]+' PDMRUGHF$XVWLQ6HLWVLQJHU 12-2; 170Âą*UDQW/HKPDQQ+' SLQQHG-HVVH.LPH 182 â€“ Trevor Pagel (S-F) dec. Logan Chipp 7-6; 195 â€“ Derek .RKOPH\HU6) SLQQHG,VLDLDK1RHOFN220Âą.HQGULFN 6XQWNHQ+' SLQQHG'HUULFN/HQ]285 â€“ Mario PeĂąa (HD) won by forfeit; 106 â€“ no match; 113 â€“ Carter Barkema (H-D) pinned Clayton Langreck 4:41; 120 â€“ Carter Matt (S-F) pinned Gus Jacome 1:21; 126 â€“ Jose Cornejo (H-D) won by forfeit; 132Âą%ODNH0H\HU6) SLQQHG.DLQDQ%UDXQ138 â€“ Max Lehmann (H-D) pinned Juan Uribe 2:55; 145 â€“ Isiah Brandt (S-F) dec. Johnny Guerrero 10-3; 152 â€“ Isaac Shelton (H-D) pinned Derek Brayton 1:20.
No. 8 Janesville tough on CAL -$1(69,//(Â˛(LJKWKUDQNHG-DQHVYLOOH shut down the CAL girls basketball team to hand the Cadets a 82-27 loss on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Karter Miller scored 12 points for the Cadets who fell to 2-3 overall, 2-3 in the Iowa Star Conference. Stephanie Thielen added six points and seven rebounds while Jenna Johnson posted seven boards and two assists for CAL. Janesville 82, CAL 27 CAL (2-3, 2-3)Âą.DUWHU0LOOHU6LGQH\7XUQHU 5DFKDHO $UQROG 'LDQQD 3RU]LR (PLO\4XLQRQHV-HQQD-RKQVRQ 4; Amber Zewert 1-7 0-0 2; Stephanie Thielen 1-6 4-6 6. Totals 8-38 7-10 27. Janesville (4-1, 4-1) â€“ Emily Trautmann 2-5 0-1 4; Cece
+DZEDNHU.HQG\O6RUJH(PLO\$OOVSDFK 6-9 3-4 15; Victoria Leyh 6-11 0-1 14; Allie Allspach 0-1 0-0 0; Mary Hovenga 2-9 1-2; Rachel Nuhn 0-1 0-0 0; Allison Hesse 2-3 2-2 6; Brittney Hanson 1-4 1-1 3; Anna Backstrom 4-10 0-0 8; Sylvia Amlie 6-8 1-3 13; Ashlyn Moen 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 33-73 8-14 82. CAL 8 9 2 8 Janesville 21 26 15 20
7+5(( 32,17 *2$/6 â€“ CAL 1-7 (Miller 1-4, Zewert 0-3); Jane 2-4 (Leyh 2-3, Trautmann 0-1). 5(%281'6 Âą &$/ RII GHI -RKQVRQ 7KLHOHQ 3RU]LR 4, Zewert 2, Miller); Jane 47, 20 off. 27 def. (Amlie 12, Backstrom 8, E. Allspach 6, Hesse 5, Trautmann 4, Moen 4, Leyh 3, Hanson 2, Sorge, A. Allspach, Hovenga). $66,676 â€“ CAL 3 (Johnson 2, Turner); Jane 23 (Leyh 5, Sorge 4, Trautmann 3, Amlie 3, Hovenga 2, Hanson 2, Nuhn, Hesse, Backstrom, Moen). STEALS â€“ CAL, None; Jane 17 (Trautmann 5, Sorge 3, Hanson 3, Amlie 3, Leyh 2, Hovenga). BLOCKS â€“ CAL, None; Jane 3 (Amlie 2, Moen). 727$/)28/6â€“ CAL 13, Jane 16. )28/('287 â€“ None.
Bulldogs pummel Eagles ($*/( *529( Â˛ .HQQHG\ :RKOIRUG posted a double-double as Hampton'XPRQWÂˇV JLUOV EDVNHWEDOO WHDP VWDUWHG another win streak with a 62-23 pounding of (DJOH*URYH Wohlford scored 20 and added 13 rebounds, completing a solid night with three steals, two assists and two blocks for the Bulldogs (6-2, 3-2). Jessica Speake had a double-double of her own while scoring 15 points and DFFXPXODWLQJ RI +'ÂˇV VWHDOV DJDLQVW WKH(DJOHV Meanwhile Paige Wragge continued her rebounding barrage with 11, adding three steals as the Bulldogs got out to a quick start and never looked back. +' RXWUHERXQGHG (DJOH *URYH as Brooklyn Plagge chipped in with eight boards.
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H-D (4-2, 3-2) â€“ Mallory Wohlford 1-4 0-0 2; Lexi Sorenson 3-6 0-0 7; Jessica Speake 6-15 2-3 15; Shelby Tidman 2-2 0-0 4; Jordan Prantner 4-12 0-3 3DLJH:UDJJH.DWLH%UROVPD .HQQHG\:RKOIRUG3D\WRQ0LOOHU 0; Brooklyn Plagge 2-7 0-4 4. Totals 30-73 2-12 62. 7+5((32,17 *2$/6 â€“ H-D 3-10 (Brolsma 1-1, Sorenson 1-2, Speake 1-4, Prantner 0-3). 5(%281'6 â€“ H-D 47, 27 off., 20 def. (Wohlford 13, Wragge 11, Plagge 8, Brolsma 6, Sorenson 4, Prantner, Miller). $66,676 â€“ H-D 19 (Prantner 8, Speake 5, Tidman 2, Wohlford 2, Wragge, Brolsma). STEALS â€“ H-D 6SHDNH 3UDQWQHU :UDJJH . :RKOIRUG 3, M. Wohlford, Tidman, Brolsma). BLOCKS â€“ H-D 7 . :RKOIRUG %UROVPD 0 :RKOIRUG :UDJJH )28/6 â€“ H-D 18,9. )28/('287 â€“ H-D, Tidman.
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COULTER CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 11, 2013 The Council met in regular session on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 in City Hall. Mayor Jim Warwick called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m., with members Erickson, Tilkes, and Paris present. Visitors present were, L. Erickson, L. Allan, A. Wharton, J. Lohrbach, and D. Lohrbach. Kevin Erickson informed the Council what was discussed with the Board of Directors of Hamilton & Morgan township meeting regardLQJSXUFKDVLQJDXVHGSXPSHUÂżUHWUXFN,WZDV decided to have Maggie Burger come to next FRXQFLOPHHWLQJWRGLVFXVVÂżQDQFLQJRSWLRQVIRU WKHÂżUHWUXFN-RHO/RKUEDFKUHTXHVWHGUHSDLUV for snowplow which needs a wiper motor and vibrator for sand box. Permission was given to get the repairs. Parking on streets during snow removal was discussed and decided the ordinance will be sent to all residences in next water ELOO/RQ$OODQ&LW\ÂśV/DQGÂżOO5HSZHQWRYHUD VHFRQGDPHQGPHQWWRWKH/DQGÂżOORI1RUWK,RZD 28E agreement. A motion to approve Resolution 2013-5 Adopting the Second Agreement of the Intergovernmental Agreement creating the Cerro Gordo County Area Solid Waste Agency was made by Tilkes and seconded by Erickson. Roll call vote was taken with all ayes. Resolution 2013-5 was adopted. The Mayor appointed Lon Allan as the City of Coulterâ€™s representative to this agency. The sewer pump issue was discussed and the City Clerk will check with Electric Pump to see when contract is up. Motion was made by Tilkes and seconded by Erickson
to open a savings account at First Citizens National Bank in Latimer for grant and donations IRU WKH ÂżUH WUXFN WKH &LW\ ZLOO EH SXUFKDVLQJ LQ near future. Roll call vote was taken with all ayes. Motion carried. Signature on the account will be the same as the checking account. Budget for 2014-2015 was discussed with some trends noted and suggestions to lower. It was decided to have a Budget meeting in January to go over it line by line. City Clerk Jorges gave WKH 2DWK RI 2IÂżFH WR WKH QHZ HOHFWHG 0D\RU James Warwick and Council members Kevin Erickson and Donna Lohrbach. Erickson made a motion to approve the consent agenda which included the minutes of previous meeting and bills presented for payment. Tilkes seconded the motion and a roll call vote was taken with all ayes. Motion carried. Bills presented for payment were:
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DeBour Electric , Fire Dept. service call ........... ...............................................................65.00 Green Canopy, porta potties................. 130.00 Menards, Fire Dept supplies................... 37.63 Emergency Apparatus, Fire Dept pump testing ...........................................................1046.08 Pralle Wash City, Fired Dept. truck wash ......... ...............................................................18.94 Danko Emergency Equipment, Fire Dept. equipment ............................................. 65.27 Coulter Library, Second payment ........1000.00 TOTAL: ........................................... $12953.44 SEWER/WATER Ag Source, Route Charge ...................... 32.00 City of Latimer, Lagoon............................36.40 Employee Wages, October ................... 303.99 IPERS, Retirement ................................. 52.09 IRS, Payroll taxes ................................... 50.35 Hawkins, Azone .................................... 214.25 TOTAL: ............................................... $689.08 Tilkes made a motion to adjourn the meeting and seconded by Erickson. Roll call vote was taken with all ayes. Motion carried. Meeting was adjourned at 8.30pm. ATTEST: LaDonna Jorges, City Clerk James Warwick, Mayor ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013. ___________________________________
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PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin County Board of Supervisors Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors December 17, 2013 Be it duly noted these minutes of 12/17/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman and Michael Nolte present, Jerry L. Plagge absent. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves the agenda as submitted. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, approves the minutes of December 16, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board met with Christa Wiarda-Public Health Director, Deb Jones-Home Health Care Director, Daniel Wiechmann-County Attorney and Tom Porter-Head Custodian regarding FY14/15 budgets. No action taken. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, adjourns at 11:40 AM until December 18, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013. ____________________________________
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PUBLIC NOTICE Hampton-Dumont Board of Education Minutes of the Hampton-Dumont Board of Education December 4, 2013 The Hampton-Dumont Board of Education met in special session on December 4, 2013 at 5:30 P.M. with Ron Raney, Stacy Miller, Chad Hanson, Kristi Wragge, Tom Brolsma and Jeff Rosenberg, Board Members. Todd Lettow, Superintendent and Lisa Lewis, Board Secretary. Erran Miller was absent. *XHVWVZHUHZHOFRPHGDQGDUHRQÂżOHIRUUHIerence. Motion by Chad Hanson, second by Kristi Wragge, to approve the agenda. All ayes. A representative from Estes Construction and a representative from Invision were present at board meeting to go over design concepts and facility assessment reports. They went over with the Board some of our issues in the district for space, and what some of their possible solutions were and costs involved. Motion by Kristi Wragge, second by Jeff Rosenberg to adjourn the meeting.
PUBLIC NOTICE TO GUADALUPE URBINA (OR) ALL PUTATIVE MOTHERS OF A CHILD BORN ON THE 17TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1999 IN THE STATE OF IOWA. <RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG WKDW WKHUH LV QRZ RQ ÂżOHLQWKHRIÂżFHRIWKH&OHUNRI&RXUWIRU)UDQNOLQ County, a Petition for Child in Need of Assistance in case number JVJV500411 which to a child born on the 17th day of December, 1999. )XUWKHUGHWDLOVFRQWDFWWKHFOHUNÂśVRIÂżFH The petitionerâ€™s attorney is Brent J. Symens. <RXDUHQRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHUHZLOOEHDKHDULQJRQ the petition for child in need of assistance before the Iowa District Court for Franklin County, at the Courthouse in Hamption, Iowa at 3:00 p.m. on the 30th day of December, 2013.
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..........................................................$433.34 BRANDERHORST, MARLO , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.3.13 ................................... $90.00 CAL CSD, REIMB-1/2 EXPENSES, HD FFA ... ........................................................$2,392.43 CULVER-HAHN ELECTRIC SUPPLY, HS CONCESSION SUPPLIES ................. $66.89 DECA INC, , DECA DUES-ADVISOR & STUDENT ................................................ $152.00 DES MOINES STAMP MFG, SUPPLIESSTAMPS ............................................. $92.80 DINGEL, DENNIS , 7th G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.3.13 ................................................ $70.00 FAREWAY STORES, SUPPLIES ....... $994.13 FIX, JR, DANIEL , 8th B/BB OFFICIAL, 12.13.13 .............................................. $70.00 FRANKLIN COUNTY LUMBER, PLAY SUPPLIES .................................................. $31.00 GRAPHIC EDGE, THE , WRESTLING UNIFORMS .......................................... $2,315.69 GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITIES INC, FRESHMAN MAGAZINE SALES .. $1,516.88 GRIFFITH, CARY , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.2.13 ................................................ $90.00 GTM SPORTSWEAR, DANCE SUPPLIES ...... ...........................................................$200.00 HAMPTON HARDWARE, PLAY SUPPLIES .... .............................................................$82.15 HAMPTON-DUMONT CHILD NUTRITION, REIMB-ALL STATE & CONC EXPENSES ...... ..........................................................$692.97 HAMPTON-DUMONT GENERAL FUND, VISA , AF NOV VISA CHGS ...................... $199.24 HAMPTON-DUMONT GENERAL FUND, ALLSTATE CUSTODIAL LABOR ............ $431.60 HEWETT WHOLESALE, HS CONC SUPPLIES ................................................ $870.90 HOVENGA, JODY , REIMB-MS SUCCESS CENTER EXPENSE ........................... $61.86 IHSAA, HS CHEERLEADING CERTIFICATES .............................................................$25.00 INDEPENDENCE HIGH SCHOOL, WRESTLING-ENTRY FEE ............................ $75.00 IOWA DIRECT, SCOREBOARD ...... $1,591.00 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES, SIGNS FOR FB FIELD ................................................ $285.85 JACOBS, CHRISTINE , REIMB-BARK STORE EXPENSE ........................................... $10.70 JENSEN, JON , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.13.13 .............................................. $90.00 JOHNSON, DALE , 7th B/BB OFFICIAL, 12.5.13 .............................................. $215.00 KALVIG, MICHAEL , VAR B/BB OFFICIAL, 12.2.13 ................................................ $90.00 KELLER, CHIVAS , 7th G/BB OFFICIAL, 12.2.13 .............................................. $360.00 KLMJ-FM, PLAY ADS ........................... $72.00 KOENEN-COLLINS CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, WR-BODY COMPOSITIONS ............ $217.00 LACEY, BRANDT , JV G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.2.13 ................................................ $75.00 LOHMEIER, RANDY , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.3.13 ................................................ $90.00 LUTHER COLLEGE, DORIAN VOCAL FESTIVAL REGISTRATION ........................ $120.00
MASON CITY COMM SCHOOL DIST, G/ SWIMMING ....................................... $250.00 MORRIS, RANDY , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.2.13 ................................................ $90.00 NALAN, CLAYTON , 9 G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.5.13 ................................................ $70.00 NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION, FFA-RESALE (JACKETS/TIES/SCARVES) .. $907.14 NEE, DAVID , 7-G/BB OFFICIAL, 11.25 ........... ...........................................................$220.00 OBRIEN, SCOTT , 7th G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.3.13 .............................................. $350.00 OSKVIG, GRANT , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.13.13 .............................................. $90.00 PEPSI-COLA, HS CONCESSION SUPPLIES . ........................................................$1,068.68 RUSTIC BREW, ALL-STATE EXPENSEJUDGESâ€™ MEALS.............................. $132.00 SCHAPER, KARL , 8th G/BB OFFICIAL, 12.12.13 .............................................. $70.00 SCHOOL SPECIALITY, FFA SUPPLIES .......... .............................................................$30.41 TELLIER, KEVIN , JV/V WRESTLING OFFICIAL, 12.12.13 .................................. $110.00 UNITED BANK AND TRUST CO, ST CASH (Addâ€™l)-13h ..................................... $5,360.00 US TRACK & FIELD & CROSS COUNTRY , G/ TRACK-CLINIC REGISTRATION ..... $135.00 WANGSNESS, DAVE , 8th G/BB OFFICIAL, 12.12.13 .............................................. $70.00 WHITEHILL, J SCOTT , JV/V WRESTLING OFFICIAL, 12.12.13 .......................... $110.00 WINDSOR THEATRE, CLASS OF 2017 EXPMAGAZINE SALES ............................ $36.00 TOTAL ........................................... $23,930.85 HAMPTON-DUMONT CSD CHILD NUTRITION FUND BOARD BILL PAYMENTS BULLDOG CAFE, supplies................... $91.50 Earthgrains Baking Coâ€™s Inc., bread ................. ........................................................$1,386.16 FAREWAY STORES, food/supplies ..... $72.06 HAMPTON-DUMONT ACTIVITY FUND, Pepsi order.................................................. $134.69 HAMPTON-DUMONT CSD, Nov 2013 Payroll expense ....................................... $38,875.98 MARTIN BROS DIST CO, food/supplies=HS ... ........................................................$7,861.34 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING - MS, food/ supplies-MS ................................... $6,289.80 MARTIN BROTHERS DISTRIBUTING - SS, food/supplies .................................. $6,632.34 MID AMERICA PUBLISHING GROUP, published claims ....................................... $35.73 MURPHY HEATING & PLUMBING, repairs ..... ...........................................................$112.96 ORKIN EXTERMINATING, pest control ........... ...........................................................$194.76 PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY, milk ......... $8,607.84 WASTE MANAGEMENT, garbage service ....... ...........................................................$204.00 TOTAL ........................................... $70,499.16 ___________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 69 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 69: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at Geneva Fire Station, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Steve Diemer Ronald J. Kreimeyer Don Kloetzer Trustees ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 3-47 Franklin and Hardin Counties, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 3-47: <RX DQG HDFK RI \RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG that an election will be held at the Tom Heinz residence, 1697 30th St., Ackley, IA, Hardin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Tom Heinz Jack Rankin Larry Shugar Trustees ____________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE Hampton-Dumont Board of Education Minutes of the Hampton-Dumont Board of Edcation December 16, 2013 The Hampton-Dumont Board of Education met in regular session on December 16, 2013 at 5:30 P.M. with Stacy Miller, Chad Hanson, Kristi Wragge, Erran Miller, Jeff Rosenberg and Tom Brolsma, Board Members. Todd Lettow, Superintendent and Lisa Lewis, Board Secretary, were present. Ron Raney arrived at 5:35 PM. Kristi Wragge left at 6:45 PM. *XHVWVZHUHZHOFRPHGDQGDUHRQÂżOHIRUUHIerence. Motion by Erran Miller, second by Kristi Wragge, to approve the agenda. All ayes. Motion by Kristi Wragge, second by Jeff Rosenberg, to approve the consent agenda, along with payment of all bills. All ayes. The Directors and Administrators were present to give their educational reports to the Board of Education. Ron Raney did bring up consideration of being a Corporate Member for $250.00 per year. That would allow the District to use the Country Club for meetings. The Board would like to thank Hampton State Bank for providing the supper prior to tonightâ€™s board meeting. Motion by Erran Miller, second by Jeff Rosenberg to appoint Tom Brolsma as the Franklin County Conference Board. All ayes. Motion by Tom Brolsma, second by Kristi Wragge to appoint Stacy Miller as the Butler County Conference Board. All ayes. Motion by Tom Brolsma, second by Jeff Rosenberg to approve the bid from Vintage Tech, LLC, for the purchase of the old staff laptops. All ayes. Motion by Erran Miller, second by Ron Raney to approve the transfer of Hampton-Dumont FFA funds to CAL Schools, to be combined with their FFA funds as the two are a merged FFA club. All ayes. Mr. Lettow updated the Board on the Teacher Leadership and Compensation Grant. There was a discussion on the facility assessment. Mr. Buseman and Sheryl Borcherding went over with the Board what is currently housed at South Side and North Side facility. Motion by Tom Brolsma, second by Erran Miller to approve the open enrollment request presented. All ayes. Motion by Tom Brolsma, second by Chad Hanson to adjourn the meeting. All ayes. HAMPTON-DUMONT CSD DECEMBER BOARD BILL APPROVAL A & M ELECTRIC, MAINT REPAIR SERVICES ..........................................................$293.57 ACCESS INC, TRANSIT SERVICES ... $50.00 ACES EMPOWERING TECHNOLOGY, TECH AGREEMENT ................................... $729.00 AEA 267, SUPPLIES & REPAIRS ... $6,334.07 AEP CONNECTIONS LLC, AUTISM CONFERENCE REG ....................................... $350.00
AGVANTAGE FS, FUEL .................. $7,000.05 AHLERS & COONEY P C, LEGAL SERVICES ..........................................................$250.00 AMAZON.COM, BOOKS-SOUTH SIDE ........... ........................................................$1,811.20 AUTO PARTS WHSE INC, SUPPLIES ............ ...........................................................$249.84 BELL PIANO SERVICE, ELEM PIANO TUNING...................................................... $80.00 BOOCK, KELLIE , SUCCESS CENTER SNACKS ............................................. $34.19 BREADEAUX PIZZA, DISTRICT TECH MTG MEAL .................................................. $66.95 CDW GOVERNMENT INC, TECH SUPPLIES . ...........................................................$239.19 CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC, MAINT SUPPLIES ........................................ $152.51 CENTRAL LOCK & KEY INC, MAINT SUPPLIES .................................................. $73.48 CITY OF HAMPTON, WATER/SEWER ............ ........................................................$1,775.81 COMFORT SYSTEMS, MAINT REPAIRS........ ........................................................$2,936.75 CONVERGENCE TECHNOLOGIES INC., ZONE DIRECTOR 3 YR RENEWAL ............... .......................................................$3,239.99 CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO, STAGE LIGHTS ............................................... $88.30 CULVER-HAHN ELECTRIC SUPPLY, MAINT SUPPLIES ........................................ $768.90 DECKER SPORTING GOODS, INSTR MUSIC RESALE ............................................ $319.50 DELVALLE, JULIETA , TRANSLATING ............ .............................................................$90.00 DEMCO, LIBRARY SUPPLIES .......... $131.33 DRIER, MARK , PTLW SUPPLIES....... $30.94 DUMONT IMPLEMENT CO INC, MAINT SUPPLIES .................................................. $24.93 DUMONT TELEPHONE CO, HS OFFICE SUPPLIES ................................................ $850.00 EDLINE LLC DBA BLACKBOARD ENGAGE, MOBILE APPS .................................. $999.00 EDUCATIONAL DESIGN, LLC, MEMBERSHIPS ............................................... $351.00 FAREWAY STORES, SUPPLIES ....... $520.43 FEDERAL FIRE EQUIPMENT CO, MAINT SUPPLIES .......................................... $98.00 FIRST BANK HAMPTON, SAFETY BOX ......... .............................................................$30.00 FLEET SERVICES, FUEL ............... $1,572.68 FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES, LIBRARY BOOKS .......................................... $2,411.50 FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR ASSOC, DECEMBER RENT ..................................... $1,000.00 FRANKLIN COUNTY LUMBER, SUPPLIES .... ........................................................$1,542.17 FRANKLIN COUNTY LUMBER, SUPPLIES .... ...............................................................$4.50 FRANKLIN MEDICAL CENTER, BUS PHYSICALS................................................. $664.00 GASKILL, JENNY , SCIENCE SUPPLIES ....... .............................................................$23.93 GAYTON, CAROLLINA , TRANSLATING......... .............................................................$45.00 GLOBE GAZETTE, ALT SCHOOL SUBSCRIP-
TION ................................................... $50.40 GUERRERO, MERCEDES , TRANSLATING .. .............................................................$36.00 HALVORSON TRANE, MAINT REPAIRS ........ ........................................................$1,076.16 HAMPTON HARDWARE, SUPPLIES .............. ...........................................................$476.53 HAMPTON-DUMONT ACTIVITY FUND, PAYSCHOOLS THRU 10/31/13 ................ $48.25 HAMPTON-DUMONT CHILD NUTRITION, PAYSCHOOLS THRU 10/31/13 ..... $4,511.25 H-D QUARTERBACK CLUB, DYERSVILLE PLAYOFF BUS ................................. $250.00 HEINEMANN, IOWA CORE SUPPLIES ........... ...........................................................$743.34 HOBSON, CADY & CADY, LEGAL SERVICES ..........................................................$683.34 HOWIE EQUIPMENT, MOWER TIRE .... $5.00 IDATP, IDATP ANNUAL DUES ........ $1,005.00 IHSMA, 2 ALL STATE REGISTRATIONS ......... .............................................................$33.00 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES, LIBRARY BOOKS ............................................. $185.87 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER, BATTERIES ............................................. $329.17 INVISION, SOUTH SIDE WORK... $10,219.35 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC, JAZZ BAND & SHOW CHOIR REGS......... $280.00 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES, ANNUAL FILTER ORDER .................................. $3,714.44 IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT ........................................ $27.29 ITEC Conference, ITEC CONFERENCE REG .............................................................$85.00 JW PEPPER & SON, SUPPLIES ....... $493.21 KANGAS, AMY , SUPPLIES REIMB .... $19.71 KAPCO KENT ADHESIVE PRODUCTS CO, LIBRARY SUPPLIES ........................ $232.20 KELLY SERVICES, INC., Week ending 11/10/13 ....................................... $13,331.58 KEPHART MUSIC CENTER, SUPPLIES ......... ...........................................................$729.56 KESLEY ELECTRIC INC, MAINT SUPPLIES .. ...........................................................$269.50 LAKESHORE, LV 3 SUPPLIES .......... $240.34 LIEN, ANGIE , MS TUX SHOES ........ $110.00 LINDAâ€™S SEWING ROOM, MAINT SUPPLIESBLINDS ............................................. $443.24 MADSON, STEVE , TRAVEL EXP ....... $45.05 MARKâ€™S PLUMBING PARTS, MAINT SUPPLIES ................................................ $169.98 MASON CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOL , INSTRUCTIONAL ROUNDS BOOK ....... $22.35 M-G Floor Decor, MAINT SUPPLIES ... $19.80 MID AMERICA PUBLISHING GROUP, ADVERTISING ........................................... $1,071.17 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, ELECTRIC ............ ........................................................$8,095.35 MILLER, SARAH , MEAL REIMB ......... $10.97 MURPHY HEATING & PLUMBING, MAINT SUPPLIES ..................................... $1,412.96 NAPA AUTO PARTS, MAINT SUPPLIES ......... .............................................................$71.72 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL, SPEC ED ....................................................... $69.30
NIVC SERVICES, LV 3 SERVICES $1,341.06 OFFICE DEPOT INC, SUPPLIES ........ $87.85 PAPERCUT SOFTWARE INTERNATIONAL, ANNUAL LICENSE ........................... $250.00 PARTNERS FOR LEARNING, FALL INSTITUTE REG ........................................ $358.20 PER MAR SECURITY SERVICE, SECURITY MONITORING ................................... $113.94 QUILL CORPORATION, SUPPLIES .. $301.89 RAINBOW FEED & GARDEN, MAINT SUPPLIES ............................................. $1,509.84 RANEY, RONALD , CONVENTION PARKING . $7.00 REDNECK TRAILER SUPPLIES, MAINT SUPPLIES .................................................... $3.59 RIEMAN MUSIC, SUPPLIES ............. $467.73 ROCHESTER 100 INC., SS SUPPLIES .......... ...........................................................$115.00 RODEMEYER, SUZANN , Pampered Chef order............................................... $3,465.22 SANCHEZ, DANIELA , TRANSLATING $93.00 SCHIMP, TAMMY , MEAL REIMB .......... $7.76 SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES, NS SUPPLIES ... ...........................................................$115.83 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA, TLC WORKSHOP REG .............................. $95.00 SCHOOL BUS SALES CO, TRANS REPAIR PARTS .............................................. $261.69 SCHOOL CHECK IN, MS PASSES ...... $60.00 SCHOOL SPECIALITY, SUPPLIES.... $851.11 SEMINOLE ENERGY SERVICES LLC, NORTH SIDE NAT GAS ..................... $99.97 SHOPKO , SUPPLIES........................ $118.28 SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION, MICROSOFT SETTLEMENT SOFTWARE .......... $4,466.00 SPRADLIN, ANTHONY , TRAVEL EXP............ .............................................................$58.78 STARFALL EDUCATION, LICENSE FEE......... ...........................................................$270.00 TEACHER INNOVATIONS INC, SUBSCRIPTION ................................................. $313.20 THINKING CAP QUIZ BOWL, MS QUIZ BOWLS ............................................. $141.00 TIMBERLINE, MEDICAID BILLING.................. ........................................................$1,567.42 UNITE PRIVATE NETWORKS, WAN LEASE .. ...........................................................$353.05 VISA, TRAVEL EXP/MISC............... $5,291.44 WASTE MANAGEMENT, GARBAGE SERVICE............................................... $1,454.00 WAVERLY SHELL-ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT, LV 3 TUITION............................... $12,585.88 WEBCO SECURITY, OTHER 1/2.... $1,650.00 XEROX CORPORATION, COPIER LEASE ..... ........................................................$5,305.85 TOTAL ......................................... $131,030.67 HAMPTON-DUMONT CSD ACTIVITY FUND BOARD BILL PAYMENTS APPLEGATE, BRIAN , VAR G/B BB OFFICIAL, 12.13.13 .............................................. $90.00 BICE, JIM , VAR B/BB OFFICIAL, 12.3.13 ....... .............................................................$90.00 BLANKSHIRTS.com, FCCLA RESALE-LITTLE BULLDOG SHIRTS ........................... $481.19 BOOCK, NATE , REIMB-HS CONC EXPENSE
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PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Election
LEGALS ARE YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW! Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 24 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 24: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at the Richard Ritland home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Richard Ritland Dennis L. Neubauer Marlyn Balvanz Trustees ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013 and January 1, 2014. ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 26 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 26: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at the Farmers Co-op, Dows (use so. door), Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Orlin Schwab Axel Wibholm Craig Classon Trustees ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013 and January 1, 2014. ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 35 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 35: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at the Scott Simons home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 2 to 3 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Scott Simons Victor E. Wolf Terry Heilskov Trustees ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013 and January 1, 2014. ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 28 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 28: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at the James Showalter home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 8 to 10 a.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. James Showalter Clifford Berghoefer George Abbas, Jr. Trustees ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 49 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 49: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at the Jim Meyer home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Jim Meyer Roy Plagge Sylvia Borcherding Trustees ____________________________________
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Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 56 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 56: <RX DQG HDFK RI \RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG that an election will be held at the Clifford Berghoefer home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 12 noon to 3 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Clifford Berghoefer Scott Simons Terry Heilskov Trustees ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013 and January 1, 2014. ____________________________________
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Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 58 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 58: <RXDQGHDFKRI\RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDW an election will be held at the Merlyn Wiarda home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Merlyn Wiarda John Coombs Merrill Ahrens Trustees ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. 70 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 70: <RX DQG HDFK RI \RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG that an election will be held at the Clifford Berghoefer home, Franklin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 12 noon to 3 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Clifford Berghoefer Kenny Enslin Delbert Berghoefer Trustees ____________________________________
Notice of Election in Drainage District No. Sub 2/13 Franklin County, Iowa To the Landowners in Drainage District No. 2/13: <RX DQG HDFK RI \RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG that an election will be held at the Tom Heinz residence, 1697 30th St., Ackley, IA, Hardin County, Iowa, on Saturday, January 18, 2014 for the purpose of electing one trustee for the drainage district for a three year term and for any vacancy which may exist. Polls will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. This election is held in accordance with the provisions of Sections 468.521 to 468.523 inclusive of the Code of Iowa. Tom Heinz Larry Shugar Jack Rankin Trustees ____________________________________
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SUBMIT YOUR AD ONLINE AT WWW.HAMPTONCHRONICLE.COM OR CALL 641-456-2585 Ć” TOLL FREE 1-800-558-1244 PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin County Board of Supervisors Proceedings of the Franklin County Board of Supervisors December 13, 2013 Be it duly noted these minutes of 12/13/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman and Michael Nolte present; Jerry L. Plagge absent. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves the agenda as submitted with one addition: 1) Discussion on Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Dispatch between the City of Hampton and Teamsters. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves the minutes of December 9, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board met with Gabe Johanns-Information Technology, Micah Cutler-GIS-Geographic Information Systems, Chad Murray-Treasurer, Toni Wilkinson-Recorder and Earl KalkwarfSanitarian/Weed Commissioner regarding FY14/15 Budgets. No action taken. Brief discussion was held to the revised MOU between the City of Hampton and Teamsters. No action taken. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, adjourns at 11:49 AM until December 16, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013. ____________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE Probate NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500802 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Louise H. Junker, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Louise H. Junker, Deceased, who died on or about November 22, 2013. <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHQGGD\RI December, 2013, the last will and testament of Louise H. Junker, deceased, bearing the date of the 21st day of January, 2000, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Marie Card Eilderts 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 forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI 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 therefore after forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of December, 2013. /s/ Marie L. Card Eilderts 615 1st St. NE Hampton, IA 50441 Executor of Estate Brian D. Miller, ICIS PIN No: AT0005428 Miller & Miller, P.C. Attorney for Executor 7 1st Ave. N.E. P.O. Box 533 Hampton, IA 50441-0533
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Date of second publication 1st day of January, 2014. ____________________________________
Proceedings of the Franklin County Board of Supervisors December 18, 2013 Be it duly noted these minutes of 12/18/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman and Jerry L. Plagge present; Michael Nolte absent. Also present was: Michelle Giddings-Auditor and Julie Pralle-Second Deputy Auditor Motion by Plagge, seconded by Eberling, approves the agenda as submitted. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Plagge, approves the minutes of December 17, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. At 9:05 AM Supervisor Nolte arrived at the meeting. The Board met with Jay Waddingham-County Engineer, Thomas Craighton-Emergency Management Director, Larry Richtsmeier-Sheriff representing the Emergency Management Commission/Dispatch, Vicki Hendershot-DHS, all regarding FY14/15 budgets. No action taken. At 11:30 AM Hardin County Supervisors Brian Lauterbach, Ronn Rickles and Lance Granzow met with the Board to discuss Joint Drainage District 4-53, Lateral 12. Also present was: Sandy Eckhardt-Drainage Clerk, Art Cady-Franklin County Drainage Attorney, Brent Granzow-Landowner, Pat VogeLandowner. Supervisor Eberling opened the discussion with the Engineerâ€™s Drainage Report dated December 2, 2013 from McClure Engineering Co., Fort Dodge, with concerns in JDD 4-53, Lateral #12 (Franklin is Control County). The Report entailed research from both Hardin and )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\ÂśVUHFRUGVÂżQGLQJDQDPHQGHG Report on June 26, 1914 in which Lateral 12 was to be removed from the project and was approved by the joint Boards on July 6, 1914. The recommendation from the Engineer was if the landowners who own lands Lateral No. 12 runs through or serves as an outlet, and if there is indeed a tile there and if the landowners submit a petition for JDD 4-53 to take in the tile and designate the tile Lateral #12, the Board PD\FRQVLGHUUHFODVVLÂżFDWLRQ)RUQRZ/DWHUDO 12 was never constructed at the time the other district tiles were, so itâ€™s recommended that any needed repairs at this point should be paid by the landowners who own the ground. Those present agreed to contact the Engineer for clariÂżFDWLRQRISHUFHQWDJHRIEHQHÂżWEHLQJDVVHVVHG those landowners in Lateral 12; whether at the lateral percentage rate or at the whole district percentage rate. This will determine if a reclasVLÂżFDWLRQLVZDUUDQWHG$IWHUPRUHLQIRUPDWLRQLV collected, this will be addressed in the future. Franklin Supervisors Plagge, Nolte and Eberling, Hardin Supervisors Lauterbach, Rickles and Granzow, Michelle Giddings-Franklin County Auditor, Micah Cutler-GIS Coordinator were present to discuss the sharing agreement for GIS and the value, quality and cost effectiveness. Brief discussion was held; it was determined in the future joint Boards shall meet to proceed with the employee evaluation process. No action taken. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, adjourns at 1:10 PM until Thursday, January 19, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board ____________________________________
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013. ____________________________________
G.A. Cady III, ICIS PIN No: AT0001386 Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC Attorney for Executor 9 First Street, SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555
Date of second publication 1st day of January, 2014. ____________________________________
Date of second publication 1st day of January, 2014. ____________________________________
PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin County Board of Supervisors
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Proceedings of the Franklin County Board of Supervisors December 16, 2013 Be it duly noted these minutes of 12/16/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman and Jerry L. Plagge present; Michael Nolte absent. Also present for the meeting was: Nick PedleyHampton Chronicle Motion by Plagge, seconded by Eberling, approves the agenda as submitted. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Plagge, approves the minutes of December 13, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board opened the meeting to public comment. No one from the public was present. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Eberling, approves an Agreement between Franklin County and IDOT for Federal Aid from the Transportation Enhancement Program for project STPE-CO35(85)-8V-35, Hampton to Hansell Trail Project. All ayes. Motion carried. At 9:30 AM Karen Mitchell-Franklin County Development Director and Kathy Alden-FCDA Board met to request $70,000 funding for FCDA in FY14/15. No action taken. At 10:00 AM the Board reviewed the wording in the Dispatch/Communications Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Hampton and Teamsters Local 238. Present was: Shawn Dietz-Hampton Mayor, Larry RichtsmeierSheriff. The Board agreed the revised version presented was satisfactory and they would like the process to proceed. The Auditor will submit the revised version to the Countyâ€™s representing attorney and will forward on from there. No action taken. At 10:30 AM the Board met with Michelle Giddings-Auditor regarding FY14/15 Budget Review. 5HYLHZWKH/DQGÂżOORI1RUWK,RZD&KDSWHU( $JUHHPHQW$PHQGPHQWZLWKÂżQDOFRQVLGHUDWLRQ on the December 23, 2013 meeting. The Board acknowledged the Sheriffâ€™s November Monthly Report of activities. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Eberling, adjourns at 10:40 AM until December 17, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on December 25, 2013. ____________________________________
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500800 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDMUND MEYER a.k.a EDMUND F. MEYER, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of EDMUND MEYER a.k.a EDMUND F. MEYER, Deceased, who died on or about November 26, 2013. <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of December, 2013, the last will and testament of EDMUND MEYER a.k.a EDMUND F. MEYER, deceased, bearing the date of the 12th day of February, 2010, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that MARILYN BENTS 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 forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI 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 therefore after forever barred. Dated this 17th day of December, 2013. MARILYN BENTS 1516 155th Street Hampton, IA 50441 Executor of Estate G.A. Cady III, ICIS PIN No: AT0001386 Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC Attorney for Executor 9 First Street, SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555
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To apply, mail a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Ryan Harvey, President, Mid-America Publishing, P.O. Box 29, Hampton, Iowa 50441 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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FROM YOUR NEIGHBORS Community Notes Hampton Rotary Due to the Christmas Holiday, the Hampton Rotary Club will not meet again until January 8. Hampton Kiwanis Due to the Christmas holiday the Hampton Kiwanis Club will not meet again until January 7. Hampton Lions Hampton Lions Club meets 7KXUVGD\-DQXDU\WKDW*RGIDWKHUÂˇV Pizza. Program by Todd Sabin and Merlyn Hofer. TOPS #272 TOPS #272 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Tuesday, with weigh-in at 5:30 p.m. and the meeting at 6 p.m. Anyone interested can visit a meeting. For information, call Mary Gregory at 641-456-2304. The PHHWLQJLVDWWKHSXEOLFKHDOWKRIĂ€FH DW&HQWUDO$YH(+DPSWRQ Hampton Jaycees +DPSWRQ -D\FHHV PHHWV Ă€UVW Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at *RGIDWKHUÂˇV3L]]DLQ+DPSWRQ AA, Al Anon Â‡ %UDGIRUG $$ DQG $O $QRQ meets Sundays starting at 7 p.m. at the Bradford Methodist Church. Â‡$$ 2OG7LPHUV *URXS DQG$O Anon, Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Franklin County Alcoholism Service Center. Â‡$$:HGQHVGD\VSPDWWKH FCASC in Hampton. Latimer Community Club Â‡ 2SHQ PHHWLQJV RI WKH /DWLPer Community Club are held the 1st Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Latimer Golf Course. Franklin County Tea Party Movement The Franklin County Tea Party Movement meets 6:30 p.m., second Wednesday of each month in the *RGIDWKHUÂˇV 3L]]D PHHWLQJ URRP LQ Hampton.
Habitat announces new homeowner repair program Habitat for Humanity of North Central Iowa (HFHNCI) has begun taking a wider approach to the problem of substandard housing in the area. By starting a new â€œHome Repair Program,â€? the local Habitat is striving to help low income homeowners address minor repair issues before larger problems occur. The new Home Repair Program is open to homeowners who are unable to make needed repairs because of costs or physical limitations. Participants will be expected to pay for to the cost of materials through a 0 percent interest loan, as well as work with the volunteers and HabLWDW VWDII WR FRPSOHWH WKH SURMHFWV however they are physically able to EHLQYROYHG3URMHFWVUHFHLYLQJSULority will involve health and safety issues, code violations, and neighERUKRRG EHDXWLĂ€FDWLRQ HIIRUWV ([SHFWHGSURMHFWVZLOOLQFOXGHLQVWDOOing handicapped accessible ramps, replacing doors and windows for KLJKHUHQHUJ\HIĂ€FLHQF\\DUGZRUN exterior painting or siding, repairs
to porches or ramps, and the replacePHQWRIGDPDJHGĂ RRULQJ This program is being launched through a $30,000 grant from Larson Manufacturing, and requires a 2:1 match â€“ which can include volunteer labor and donated materials. In addition to this home repair funding, Larson Manufacturing is also partially sponsoring two new construction Habitat houses in Mason City. â€œWe are so grateful to Larson Manufacturing for their amazing support and dedication to helping families in need of safe and affordable housing,â€? says Melissa Schoneberg, executive director for HFHNCI. â€œThe launch of this new Home Repair program will allow us to make a greater impact on the quality of housing throughout our six-county area.â€? +RPHRZQHUÂˇVHOLJLEOHIRUSDUWLFipation in the program should own their home, have an income between 20 percent and 60 percecnt of the DUHDÂˇV PHGLDQ LQFRPH UDQJH KDYH FXUUHQWKRPHRZQHUÂˇVLQVXUDQFHDQG
HAMPTON ROTARY HOSTS OPERATION SANTA DEC. 18 The Hampton Rotary Club completed another successful annual Operation Santa gift distribution on Wednesday evening, Dec. 18. The entire club was involved in the procedure of processing the applications, raising funds, shopping, organizing and then distributing the gifts. More than 260 children from 100 families received a little extra Christmas cheer this year through the Operation Santa program. The Hampton Rotary Club would like to express their sincere thanks to all who contribXWHGWRWKLVSURMHFWWKURXJKERWKFDVKGRQDWLRQVDQGSXUFKDVLQJJLIWVIRU the children. The club would also like to recognize the very generous gift from the Windsor Theater of free movie passes for each of the children and their parents who received gifts this year. It is the generous support of our Hampton community that makes programs like Operation Santa possible and successful.
Franklin County Democrats The Franklin County Democratic Central Committee will meet at 7 SP0RQGD\-DQXDU\DW(O3DLVLWD restaurant, NW corner of 1st Avenue & Hwy 65, Hampton. Share your meeting (PDLO WLPH GDWH DQG SODFH RI your non-church group meeting to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion here. Meetings run the prior week unless otherwise requested. (Church activities go on the Religion page.)
Some of the Hampton Rotary members helping out at this yearâ€™s Operation Santa included, from left to right: Art Cady, Alan Menning, Jared Rowe and John Rowe. (Submitted photo courtesy of John Currier)
ABCM Corporation is thankful for you! The employees and staff at all of our homes across Iowa wish you a safe and happy holiday season. We appreciate your business whether it is from the past, present, or future! Thank you for letting our nearly 3000 employees serve your health care needs for rehabilitation, Long Term Care, Skilled Care, Therapy, and Independent and Assisted Living. Since you trust us with your loved ones our highly TXDOLÂżHGHPSOR\HHV will continue to strive to meet or exceed your expectations in health care.
SUCCESSFUL GIVING 1RUWKVLGH(OHPHQWDU\ÂśV*LYLQJ7UHHZDVDVXFFHVVWKLVPRQWK$OO food was delivered to the Franklin County Food Pantry on Dec. 19. Pictured are Rosemary Koenigsbergâ€™s kindergarten prep class. (Submitted photo courtesy of Kolette Kapp)
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Reader of the Week
Reader of the Week at the Hampton Public Library is Ren Borcherding, age 10 months. Ren is the son of Morgan and Ty Borcherding and the grandson of Kim Manning, Director RIWKH/LEUDU\5HQÂˇVIDYRULWHERRN is â€œThis is Not My Hatâ€? by John Klassen. Library Fun Fact: The Library now has an Ipad lab with three Ipads for children to use to play educational apps from the Iowa Public Television. The Ipads are not connected to the Internet and the apps are for children ages 3-8 years of age. The Ipads are available in WKHFKLOGUHQÂˇVGHSDUWPHQW
Annual H-D cake auction Jan. 3 The Hampton-Dumont Boosters Organization will be holding its 16th annual Cake Silent Auction during the game against Webster City on Friday, Jan. 3. Money raised from this event will go towards team camps and equipment for freshman, MXQLRUYDUVLW\DQGYDUVLW\EDVNHWEDOO WHDPV (DFK RI WKH YDUVLW\ SOD\HUV will be preparing a cake that night. The team includes: Kyle Kent, Aaron Meyer, Austin Poock, Levi Pratt, Ismael Rodriguez, Drew Abbas, Bo Brass, Brady Claypool, 3DUNHU &OD\SRRO 7UHYRU (LNOHQborg, Charlie Flickinger, Chase Klein, Cole Miller, Alex Sackville and Brandon Westendorf. Bids may be placed on any cake prior to game night by calling or texting Rod Pratt at 641-425-8653. Bids will be accepted until the start RIWKHER\VÂˇYDUVLW\JDPHWKDWQLJKW The new owners of the cakes will be announced at halftime.
Public Health Clinics
The following clinics have been scheduled for the Franklin County Public Health. Friday, December 27, 8:309:30 a.m., Blood Pressure, Franklin County Public Health, walk-in Friday, December 27, 8:309:30 a.m., Blood Pressure, Ackley State Bank, Geneva, walk-in Friday, December 27, 2-3 p.m., Blood Pressure, Leahy Grove, walk-in 7XHVGD\'HFHPEHU2IĂ€FH Closes at Noon