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Sing-A-Long resumes January 12 The monthly Old-Fashioned Sing-Alongs continue in 2014 with Amber Bushbaum at the keyboard. Please join Dawn Groszkruger at +DPSWRQÂˇV :LQGVRU 7KHDWUH January 12th from 4-5 p.m. 'DZQ ZLOO OHDG $PEHUÂˇV choices of songs: old hymns and some Christmas favorites. 7KHUHLVQRDGPLVVLRQFKDUJH however a freewill offering is appreciated to help cover theater costs. A lyric book will be handed to you upon arrival and the concession stand will be open. Future sing-along dates are the second Sunday RI HYHU\ PRQWKVDPH WLPH same place and more new songs for 2014!
Supervisors move forward with appointments Monday By Nick Pedley The Franklin County Board of Supervisors expressed concern on Monday about a lack of interested people willing to serve on various county-level boards and committees. The supervisors are in the proFHVV RI Ă€QGLQJ UHSODFHPHQWV IRU D OLVW RI YDFDQFLHV WKH\ QHHG WR Ă€OO relatively soon. Many terms on committees like the Board of AdMXVWPHQW %RDUG RI +HDOWK &LYLO Service and Condemnation Compensation Commission expired at WKHHQGRIODVW\HDUDQGWKH\QHHG WREHĂ€OOHGUHODWLYHO\VRRQ+RZHYHUWKHVXSHUYLVRUVKDYHKDGDKDUG WLPHĂ€QGLQJSHRSOHWRDSSRLQW Â´,ÂˇYH DVNHG D IHZ SHRSOH EXW SHRSOH GRQÂˇW ZDQW WR PDNH WKH FRPPLWPHQWÂľ 6XSHUYLVRU &RUH\ (EHUOLQJ VDLG GXULQJ WKH JURXSÂˇV discussion about a Board of Health appointment. â€œAs far as public KHDOWK ZH FDQÂˇW >DSSRLQW@ ULJKW QRZÂľ Despite the low number of canGLGDWHV WKH VXSHUYLVRUV VWLOO PDGH some headway on a few positions. Brian Tegtmeyer was reappointed to DQRWKHUĂ€YH\HDUWHUPRQWKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\&RQVHUYDWLRQ%RDUGEXW LWGLGQÂˇWFRPHZLWKRXWVRPHGLVFXVsion. The supervisors received two applications for the seat â€“ Tegtmeyer and Jason Harper. Supervisor Mike 1ROWH ZKR UHSUHVHQWV WKH VXSHUvisors as a non-voting member on WKH FRQVHUYDWLRQ ERDUG UHIXVHG WR offer any recommendation on either 7HJWPH\HURU+DUSHUFLWLQJDFRQĂ LFWRILQWHUHVW Â´,WÂˇV QRW UHDOO\ D FRQĂ LFW RI LQWHUHVWÂľ VDLG &KDLU -HUU\ 3ODJJH Â´+HÂˇVIULHQGVZLWKERWKRIWKHPDQG See VACANCY, Page 2
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By Nick Pedley 7KUHHĂ€UHVLQĂ€YHGD\VFUHDWHG one of the busiest stretches in recent memory for the Hampton Fire Department last week. )LUHĂ€JKWHUV UHVSRQGHG WR WKHLU Ă€UVWFDOORQ'HFDW%UHQWÂˇV$J & Auto Repair just north of HampWRQ RQ +LJKZD\ ,QVXODWLRQ DURXQGWKHEXVLQHVVÂˇFKLPQH\KDG FDXJKW Ă€UH EXW HPSOR\HHV ZHUH able to put out the smoldering maWHULDOEHIRUHĂ€UHĂ€JKWHUVDUULYHG â€œLuckily we had a garden hose here in the shop and were able to JHW ZDWHU RQ LW ULJKW DZD\Âľ VDLG owner Brent Kotenbrink. :RUNHUV VPHOOHG VPRNH DQG ORFDWHGWKH Ă€UH MXVW DIWHU DP .RWHQEULQN VDLG 1R Ă DPHV ZHUH YLVLEOHDQGWKH\ZHUHDEOHWRVRDN WKH DUHD DQG TXHQFK WKH SUREOHP
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By Nick Pedley 2IĂ€FLDOVDUHEUDFLQJIRUVOLJKWUHYHQXHFXWVDVWKH\ SODQQH[W\HDUÂˇVEXGJHWDQGSUHSDUHIRUIXWXUHSURMHFWV at both the city and county levels. A new law went into effect Jan. 1 instituting a gradual 10 percent commercial property tax rollback and a reduction in taxable assessment growth for residential and agricultural property. A 5 percent rollback for commercial property will occur in Fiscal Year 15 starting -XO\DQGWKHUHPDLQLQJ percent will go into effect WKH QH[W Ă€VFDO \HDU 7KH taxable assessment growth limitation for residential and agricultural property shifts from 4 to 3 percent under WKHQHZODZGXEEHG6HQDWH )LOHDQGKDQGIXORIRWKer changes are also included in its reforms. The changes will trim tax revenue to local governments and force some reductions to their budgets. Â´7KLVLVQÂˇWJRLQJWREHWKH end of the world for HampWRQDQG)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\EXW ,ÂˇP WU\LQJ WR LQIRUP HYHU\one that this is something ZHÂˇOO KDYH WR GHDO ZLWKÂľ said Hampton City Manager 5RQ'XQWÂ´$VIRUWKLV\HDU ,GRQÂˇWWKLQNWKHUHÂˇVJRLQJWR EHWKDWODUJHRIDQLPSDFWÂľ Dunt explained that the new tax law would have a drawn out effect on the FLW\ÂˇV EXGJHW 7KH VWDWH SODQVWREDFNĂ€OOVRPHRIWKHORVWUHYHQXHLQVXEVHTXHQW \HDUV EXW LW ZRQÂˇW UHIXQG DOO RI LW$FFRUGLQJ WR HVWLPDWHVSURYLGHGE\WKH,RZD/HDJXHRI&LWLHV+DPSWRQ VWDQGVWRORVHLQ)LVFDO<HDUXQGHUWKHQHZ percent taxable assessment growth limitation after state reimbursement. That number is estimated to grow to LQ)LVFDO<HDUDQGLQ)LVFDO<HDU 17.
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0D\RUWKUHHFRXQFLOPHQVZRUQLQDW+DPSWRQ By Nick Pedley Shawn Dietz wrapped up his two-year tenure as +DPSWRQÂˇVPD\RUZLWKKLVĂ€QDORIĂ€FDODFW'HFE\ swearing in new Mayor Brook Boehmler and two councilmen. %RHKPOHUDORQJZLWKFRXQFLOPHQ'LFN/XNHQVPH\HU DQG-D\+LFNPDQUHFLWHGWKHLURDWKVRIRIĂ€FHDW+DPSton City Hall with a few spectators in attendance. InFXPEHQW&RXQFLOPDQ-LP'DYLHVZKRZDVDOVRVFKHGXOHGWRWDNHKLVRDWKZDVXQDEOHWRDWWHQGWKHFHUHPRQ\ after he got stranded out of town because of poor weather. Â´:HÂˇYHJRWDJUHDWJURXSRQWKHFRXQFLODQGDJUHDW VWDII KHUH LQ +DPSWRQÂľ %RHKPOHU VDLG IROORZLQJ WKH FHUHPRQ\Â´,ÂˇPORRNLQJIRUZDUGWRZRUNLQJZLWKWKHP DQGSURPRWLQJWKHFRPPXQLW\LQDSRVLWLYHOLJKWÂľ %RHKPOHU ZRQ WKH 1RY HOHFWLRQ DJDLQVW fellow candidate and former Hampton Mayor Diane :HOGLQ%RHKPOHUÂˇVÂ´*LYH:KHUH<RX/LYHÂľFDPSDLJQ focused on community involvement through the donation of either volunteered time or monetary donations. )ROORZLQJ WKH YLFWRU\ KH KDQGHG RXW D WRWDO VXP RI LQ GRQDWLRQV WR WKH )UDQNOLQ :HOOQHVV &HQWHUWKH+DPSWRQ3XEOLF/LEUDU\DQG:LQGVRU7KHDWUH Franklin County Arts Council. Boehmler raised the money on the campaign trail during the late summer and early fall. Â´:HÂˇOOKDYHWRORRNWRPDNHDQLQYHVWPHQWLQWKHIX-
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'XQWVDLGLWZDVKDUGWRWDNHWKHHVWLPDWHVWRKHDUWEHFDXVHWKH\ÂˇUHEDVHG on statewide growth averages. Â´7KDWÂˇVWKHGLIĂ€FXOWSDUWRIDOORILWÂľKHVDLGÂ´:HFDQÂˇWJLYHKDUGQXPEHUV7KHUHÂˇVVRPDQ\YDULDEOHVZHFDQÂˇWSUHGLFWH[DFWO\Âľ Uncertainty about revenue cuts has the Franklin County Board of Supervisors guessing as well. The group reminded departments and other counW\DJHQFLHVDERXWSRWHQWLDOUHGXFWLRQVGXULQJWKHLUDQQXDOIXQGLQJUHTXHVW VHVVLRQVODVWPRQWKEXWWKH\ÂˇYHQDYLJDWHGWKURXJKDWOHDVWVRPHRIWKHIRJ Â´:HÂˇUHVWDUWLQJWRVHHVRPHQXPEHUVFRPHLQÂľ6XSHUYLVRU&RUH\(EHUOLQJVDLGDERXWUHYHQXHFXWVÂ´7KH\ÂˇUHDOLWWOHEHWWHUWKDQZHRULJLQDOO\DQWLFLSDWHGÂľ (EHUOLQJPLUURUHG'XQWÂˇVUHPDUNVDQGDQWLFLSDWHGWKHQHZWD[ODZZRXOG KDYHDÂ´VQRZEDOOÂľHIIHFWRQIXWXUHUHYHQXHQXPEHUVDQGEXGJHWV Â´0D\EH\RXZRQÂˇWVHHPXFKKHUHLQWKHĂ€UVW\HDURUWZREXWDIWHUWKDWLW ZLOOGHĂ€QLWHO\KDYHDQHIIHFWÂľKHVDLG Eberling said he and his fellow supervisors were skeptical about the VWDWHÂˇVSURPLVHWREDFNĂ€OOVRPHRIWKHORVWUHYHQXHLQWKHORQJWHUP+H said cuts would most likely impact things like secondary roads and other infrastructure funds. Â´:HZHUHQÂˇWSOXVKZLWKSHUFHQWDOORZDEOHJURZWKÂľKHVDLGÂ´,WÂˇVJRLQJ WRUHVWULFWXVÂľ %RWKRIĂ€FLDOVVDLGSULRULWL]LQJQHHGVDQGGRLQJPRUHZLWKOHVVZRXOGEH key as the city and county moves forward following the tax changes. Dunt said some of the revenue loss could be covered if Hampton sees growth LQWKHFRPPHUFLDORUUHVLGHQWLDOSURSHUW\WD[EDVHLQWKHIXWXUHEXWDJDLQ pointed out estimates are purely speculative at this point. Â´<RX GRQÂˇW NQRZ LI RXU FRPPXQLW\ ZLOO HYHQ VHH WKHVH QXPEHUVÂľ KH VDLGÂ´:KDWZHVHHORFDOO\FRXOGEHFRPSOHWHO\GLIIHUHQWÂľ
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FRANKLIN COUNTY FARMLAND VALUES COOL DOWN IN 2013
By Nick Pedley 'HVSLWHVKRZLQJDVOLJKWLQFUHDVHODVW\HDUODQGYDOXHVLQ)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\VORZHGGRZQVLJQLĂ€FDQWO\FRPSDUHGWRWKHLUVFRUFKLQJMXPSLQ ,RZD 6WDWH 8QLYHUVLW\ÂˇV DQQXDO ODQG YDOXH VXUYH\ UHSRUWHG WKH DYHUDJH SULFHRIRQHDFUHRI)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\IDUPODQGDWLQ7KDWQXPEHU LV XS SHUFHQW IURP ÂˇV HVWLPDWH RI EXW GRHVQÂˇW HYHQ scratch the 25.7 percent jump seen from 2011 to 2012. According to the reSRUWWKHVORZGRZQPLUURUHGDWUHQGWKDWVDZODQGYDOXHVFRRORIIÂ˛DQGHYHQ drop in some cases â€“ throughout Iowa. Â´,GRQÂˇWWKLQNZHÂˇUHDWDSODWHDX,WKLQNZHÂˇYHGLSSHGDOUHDG\ÂľVDLG.HOYLQ/HLEROG)DUP0DQDJHPHQW6SHFLDOLVWZLWK,68([WHQVLRQDQG2XWUHDFK for north central Iowa. /HLEROGÂˇV DVVHVVPHQW RI ODQG YDOXHV ZHQW D VWHS IXUWKHU WKDQ WKH survey. He felt the numbers were the beginning of a statewide decline due WRDKRVWRIIDFWRUVOLNHORZFRPPRGLW\SULFHVPDUNHWĂ XFWXDWLRQDQGVSHFulation about increased interest rates. Leibold explained uncertainty would OHDGWROHVVODQGSXUFKDVHVZKLFKZRXOGHYHQWXDOO\GULYHGRZQSULFHVHYHQ further in 2014. â€œI think a lot of people will sit on their hands until they can buy more with
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,Q DGGLWLRQ WR FURSV FROOHJH VSRUWVDQGVWDWHSROLWLFVWKHZHDWKer ranks high up there as one of ,RZDQVÂˇ IDYRULWH WDONLQJ SRLQWV 7KHVHDVRQGRHVQÂˇWPDWWHUÂ˛LWFDQ be the dead of winter or heart of summer â€“ discussion about climate always tops the list when people greet each other at the store or pass by on the street. Such was the case during the past week. Classes at area schools and other activities were cancelled Monday in preparation of the utterly frigid temperatures and wind FKLOOVDQGWKHDUFWLFEODVWZDVGHĂ€nitely the coldest in recent memoU\<RXÂˇGKDYHWREHVRPHZKDWLQsane to venture outside unless you absolutely had to in conditions that felt like 50 degrees below zero. This winter has already been TXLWHFROGDVIDUDVZLQWHUVJR7KH ZLQGMXVWKDVQÂˇWTXLWDQGLWVHHPV every other day brings with a storm advisory or temperature warning. All this griping got me thinking recently about how much my attitude about the season has changed over the years. Despite denial and repeated attempts to prove myself RWKHUZLVH ,ÂˇYH FRPH WR RQH IXOO EORZQFRQFOXVLRQ,ÂˇPEHFRPLQJD winter wimp. One of my previous columns already outlined my disdain for WKHVHDVRQ,WÂˇVFROGQRERG\OLNHV VKRYHOLQJ WKH GD\V DUH VKRUW HWF This list has grown over time as ,ÂˇYHJURZQIXUWKHUDQGIXUWKHUGLVtant from once happy childhood winter memories. No longer does the season bring with it the excitePHQWRIVQRZEDOOĂ€JKWVVQRZIRUWV and snow tunnels. +RZHYHU WKLV SDVW ZHHN KDV PDGH PH UHDOL]H WKDW LWÂˇV UHDOO\ QRW WKH VQRZ WKDW , KDWH Â˛ LWÂˇV WKH darn cold temperatures. Snow can EHSUHWW\DQGPRUHRIWHQWKDQQRW , Ă€QG P\VHOI DGPLULQJ WKH ZKLWH VWXIIDVLWĂ XIIVGRZQIURPWKHVN\ on a crisp winter evening. At the YHU\OHDVWLWPDNHVLWVRZHGRQÂˇW KDYHWRVWDUHDWWKHEURZQOLIHOHVV ground for four-straight months. If LWGLGQÂˇWKDYHWREHSORZHGSXVKHG DQG SLOHG VQRZ PLJKW DFWXDOO\ EH down right pleasant. Temperature is completely different. You never hear someone VLQJ Â´,ÂˇP GUHDPLQJ RI D VXE]HUR &KULVWPDVÂľRUVD\Â´%R\,ÂˇPUHDOO\ looking forward to breaking out the ORQJ XQGHUZHDU DQG ZRRO VRFNVÂľ It seems that no matter how many FORWKHV \RX DGG \RX VWLOO IHHO WKH chill to all the way to your core. Through my various on-thejob interactions since moving to +DPSWRQ LQ 0D\ ,ÂˇYH KDG WR LQWURGXFHP\VHOIWRQHZSHRSOHTXLWH regularly. Â´:KHUH DUH \RX IURP"Âľ IRONV usually ask. â€œI just graduated from the UniYHUVLW\ RI ,RZDÂľ , UHVSRQG Â´%XW ,ÂˇPRULJLQDOO\IURPQRUWKZHVW,RZD â€“ about 25 miles west of Okoboji just south of the Minnesota borGHUÂľ Â´2K VR \RXÂˇUH XVHG WR DOO WKLV FROGWKHQÂľWKH\RIWHQUHSO\ 7KH WUXWK LV QR Â˛ ,ÂˇP QRW XVHG WR LW DQG , GRQÂˇW WKLQN , HYHU ZLOO be. My tolerance for the cold has ZDQHG VLJQLĂ€FDQWO\ GXULQJ WKH SDVW Ă€YH \HDUV VLQFH EHLQJ DZD\ from the tundra that is northwest ,RZD :LQWHUV DUH ORQJ WKH ZLQG bites and snowdrifts can completely consume cars if conditions are ULJKW , WKLQN WKDWÂˇV SUREDEO\ WKH case throughout most of the upper KDOI RI WKH VWDWH EXW SHRSOH VXUH do think northwest Iowa is some sort of mini North Pole during the winter. I wish I was some hardened winter veteran unaffected by frigid WHPSV DQG WKUHHIRRW GHHS VQRZ EXWWKDWÂˇVMXVWVLPSO\QRWWKHFDVH ,WZDVQÂˇWDZDONLQWKHSDUNEXW this recent cold snap made me realize I had very little to complain DERXW 5RDG FUHZV IDUPHUV FRQstruction workers and many other people with outdoor-related jobs SUREDEO\ ZRXOGQÂˇW PLQG VSHQGLQJ D GD\ LQ D KHDWHG RIĂ€FH OLNH PH The most outdoor exposure I had ZDV FRYHULQJ D Ă€UH QHDU *HQHYD )ULGD\DQGHYHQWKHQ,KLJKWDLOHGLW out of there after about 20 minutes. Toe-tingling temps and an extremely hard wind gave me a whole new DSSUHFLDWLRQ IRU RXU ORFDO Ă€UHPHQ DVWKH\IRXJKWWKHĂ DPHV ,Q DQ\ FDVH WKHUHÂˇV VWLOO WKUHH PRQWKV RI ZLQWHU OHIW %H VPDUW VWD\ZDUPDQGIRUFU\LQÂˇRXWORXG just stay inside when it gets this cold! Nick Pedley is the editor and reporter for the Hampton Chronicle.
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.H\ ,UYLQJ / .ORXVLD KRQRUHG for his eight years of service. The award was presented by the steering committee member Dave Flint. Carl Barkema of Alexander won the corn division of the contest with a yield RI EXVKHOV SHU DFUH *HUU\ Heilskov of the Hampton High 6FKRRO))$DQG/DZUHQFH5DJVGDOH of the A.C. Centon Co. of Hampton received the award for the soybean yield with 55.33 bushels per acre. 1HZ <HDUÂˇV 'D\ GLQQHU JXHVWV in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lage were Mr. and Mrs. -RKQ /DJH DQG ER\V 'U DQG Mrs. Gerald Lage and Andrea, Stillwater, Okla., Lou Heidkross, 6KHIĂ€HOG DQG (OHDQRU +HLGNURVV Minneapolis. 0LVV -DQLV +HUZLJ GDXJKWHU RI 0U DQG 0UV .HQQHWK , +HUZLJ of Hampton was graduated from Drake University in Des Moines on Dec. 20 with a bachelor of science degree in education and a major in mathematics education. She has accepted a position as teacher of mathematics in McCombs Junior High School in Des Moines and began her duties there Jan. 2. She will live at Norwalk.
enthusiasts a nearby place to ski. Dennis Carlson and Cross-country VNLLQJ HQWKXVLDVW &KDUOHV .HLSH tagged the course not only for easy access but also to provide a scenic view of the park for participants. Â´,WÂˇVTXLHWDQGVHUHQHÂľ&DUOVRQVDLG 0UV (YHO\Q -RKQVRQ VSHQW the holidays with her son Jerry Johnson and family at Fenton they with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Berkland and family of Wausau, Wisc. and spent Christmas with WKH(DUO6KHDUIDPLO\DW+DPSWRQ Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Larson of Ames are parents of twin daughters born Dec. 24. They have been named Shaina Aletha and Nicole Dione. Mr. Larson formerly resided in Hampton.
week behind schedule. 0U DQG 0UV 3HH :HH +HOPNH of Iowa Falls treated their family at the Pizza Hut in Iowa Falls for the birthdays of Marie Voy and Collin Helmke. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Helmke and sons; Marie Voy of Geneva and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Helmke and Collin of Iowa Falls.
NRCS Conservationist Brian Hiller present Bob Torgerson with a special shirt in honor of his decades of service to the Soil Conservation work. Five Years Ago January 7, 2009 7KH FLW\ RI +DPSWRQÂˇV QHZ LFH skating rink located at East Park has slowly been taking shape over the SDVW PRQWK RU VR DQG ZKLOH PRVW DUHD UHVLGHQWV ZHUH EXV\ Ă€JKWLQJ WKH OD\HU RI LFH OHIW E\ 6DWXUGD\ÂˇV IUHH]LQJ UDLQ VRPH UHVLGHQWV DUH anxiously waiting for the chance to don their skates and take to the ice. Floyd and Arliss Greimann, UXUDO 6KHIĂ€HOG 'RULV *UHLPDQQ +DPSWRQDQG%XUQLH*UHLPDQQ &KDSLQ ZHUH 1HZ<HDUÂˇV GLQQHU guests of their sister and husband, Byron and Betty Heginger of 6KHIĂ€HOG :KHQ .\OH 'H%RHU JUDGXDWHG LQKHNQHZWKDWKHZDQWHGWR play basketball at the next level and he searched for a place that he felt ZDVWKHEHVWĂ€WIRUKLP.LUNZRRG Community College seemed to be the place. He was a former VWDQGRXW SOD\HU IRU +' ZKR OHG the Bulldogs to the 2007 Class 2 A 6WDWH%DVNHWEDOO7RXUQDPHQWKHLV a starter for Mount Mercy.
Ten Years Ago January 7, 2004 +DPSWRQ 0D\RU 'LDQH :HOGLQ KDV RQO\ EHHQ RIĂ€FLDOO\ RQ WKH MRE VLQFH -DQ EXW DOUHDG\ VKH LV initiating a new program for citizens WR PDNH WKHLU YRLFHV KHDUG Â´,ÂˇP JRLQJWRKROGPD\RUÂˇVOLVWHQLQJSRVWV on the Thursday prior to the regular Twenty Years Ago FLW\ FRXQFLO PHHWLQJÂľ :HOGLQ January 13, 1994 explained. â€œPeople who may not It appears that most of the solid want to speak at council meetings waste produced in Franklin County FDQ FRPH YRLFH WKHLU WKRXJKWVÂľ ZLOO EH KHDGLQJ WR WKH /DQGĂ€OO :HOGLQZKRGHIHDWHGLQFXPEHQW3DW of North Iowa. Franklin County 6DFNYLOOH ODVW 1RYHPEHU VDLG KHU supervisors voted Tuesday morning. listening posts will be very informal The Hampton City council followed so citizens can feel free to speak with the same decision Tuesday their minds. night. Both were unanimous. No matter if they are winning or Work continues on the new playing from behind. No matter if addition to the Ackley-Geneva the girls are having an up year or Thirty Years Ago secondary school in Ackley. On the boys are down. No matter if Forty Years Ago January 12, 1984 Tuesday, Paul Woody of Woody the teams are hot or cold, one of January 10, 1974 Recently the Franklin County Floors in Altoona was putting down the few constants in HamptonMaster corn and soybean growers Conservation Board set up a pair tile in a hallway and entryway. 'XPRQWEDVNHWEDOOIRUQHDUO\WZR Looking Back is compiled weekly in Franklin County were honored RI WUDLOV RQH DW :.: 3DUN QHDU 6RPHRIWKHRWKHUĂ€QLVKLQJWRXFKHV GHFDGHV LV 6WHYH 5RELQVRQ Â´,WÂˇV by Joyce Schomburg. for their 1973 corn and soybean Hampton and another at Ingebritson included washing the windows. my winter hobby,â€? Robinson, 57, yields during the annual contest 0HPRULDO 3DUN QHDU 6KHIĂ€HOG Superintendent Kirk Nelson said of Hampton, said, â€œand as long as EDQTXHW 0RQGD\ QLJKW DW WKH *ROG to provide area cross-country work on the addition is about a WKH\ZDQWPHWRGRLW,ÂˇOOGRLWÂľ
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From the Log +DPSWRQ3ROLFH 0RQGD\'HFHPEHU Â‡ 2IÂżFHUV UHFHLYHG HLJKW FDOOV for service. Among the calls were: report of a found dog, report of items dropped on roadway, open-ended 9-1-1 call, and report of stray dog. Â‡DP2IÂżFHUVDVVLVWHGPHGical personnel in the 100 block of 17th Ave. NE. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV LQYHVtigated a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of Highways DQG9HKLFOHGULYHQE\-HQnifer Stattleman, Hampton, sustained an estimated $150 in damages; a vehicle driven by Aaron Howard, Hampton, sustained an estimated $800 in damages. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVLQYHVWLJDWed a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of 18th Ave. NE and N. Federal St. A vehicle driven by Spencer Clark, Hampton, sustain an estimated $700 in damages; a legally parked vehicle owned by Karen Walker, sustained an estimated $3,000 in damages. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of a trailer with no lights on northbound on I-35 near the 170 mile marker. 7XHVGD\'HFHPEHU Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: dispatched another agency, vehicle in the ditch, loose dogs, report of snowmobilers in yard, a 9-1-1 hang-up call, and three civil/misc. matters.
Â‡2IÂżFHUVFLWHG&U\VWDO$QQ$Qderson, 21, Hampton, with no insurance; and Rafael Sadut Ayala-Lara, 31, Hampton, for failure WRREH\DWUDIÂżFFRQWUROGHYLFH Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWed medical personnel in the 200 block of 1st St. SW. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a juvenile matter in the 200 block of 2nd Ave. NW. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel in the 500 block of 3rd Ave. SE. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a neighbor matter at 202 12th Ave. NE. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a hit and run accident RQWK6W6:ZKHUHDYHKLFOHKLW a pole and tree. :HGQHVGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: overtime parking violaton, dispatched another agency, open door report, and two phone calls ZLWKLQIRUPDWLRQIRURIÂżFHUV Â‡2IÂżFHUVFLWHG0DULFHOOD.5Rdriguez-Muvatalla, 25, Marshalltown, for serving alcohol after hours. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to an alarm at 420 1st Ave. NE. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a possible public intoxication on 1st Ave. SW. All was OK. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to an assault at the Coconut Lounge.
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Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHU UHFHLYHG D report of a liquor law violation at 209 1st St. NW. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a loud music complaint at 205 1st St. NW. Â‡DP2IÂżFHUVWRRNDUHport of an intoxicated person in WKHEORFNRI&HQWUDO$YH: Â‡ SP2IÂżFHUVDVVLVWHG medical personnel at 709 4th St. SE. The call was later canceled. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG ÂżUHSHUVRQQHODWVW6W6: Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD VXVSLFLRXV SHUVRQ UHSRUW DW 4th St. NE. 7KXUVGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡ 2IÂżFHUV UHFHLYHG QLQH FDOOV for service. Among the calls were: report of found articles, DQXQVSHFLÂżHGMXYHQLOHPDWWHUD 9-1-1 hang-up call, and two misc. civil calls. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of a disabled vehicle in the 10 block of 1st Ave. NW. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel at 1309 Federal St. N. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG WKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\6KHULIIÂśV2IÂżFHLQERRNLQJ'DQLHO&DPSEHOO 19, Iowa Falls, of assault and burglary. He was placed in a cell and held to appear. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to the Mid-America building for a suspicion report. )ULGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: 9-1-1 incomplete call, 9-1-1 KDQJXSFDOOYHKLFOHWUDIÂżFVWRS assisted another department, two misc. civil calls, and three motorist assists. Â‡DP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of a railroad crossing arm problem on 140th St. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG the Iowa State Patrol in arresting Janelle Zander, 37, Coulter for operating while intoxicated and open container. She was held to appear. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV FLWHG &Rlette Gillespie, 40, Hampton, for employee providing tobacco to minor. Â‡ SP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG medical personnel at 1309 N. Federal St. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVWRRNDUHport of a damaged stop sign at the intersection of 5th St. SW and 3rd Ave. SW. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVWRRNDUHport of a break-in and entry in the 200 block of 12th Ave. NE. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVWRRNDUHport of a domestic call in the 200 block of 12th Ave. NE. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVWRRNDUH-
1100 block of Howard St., Aplington. Subject took cash and two prescription pill bottles. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVtigated a property damage accident near the intersection of Highways 188 and 3, Clarksville. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVWLgated a suspicious activity report in the 700 block of Highway 57, Parkersburg. 7XHVGD\'HFHPEHU Â‡'HSXWLHVH[HFXWHGWZRWUDIÂżF stops, assisted one motorist, and assisted with four medical calls. Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVWLgated a property damage accident near the intersection of N. Johnson St. and Wemple St., Clarksville. Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVWLgated a minor property damage accident near the intersection of 110th St. and Newell Ave., *UHHQH1RUHSRUWÂżOHG Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVWLgated a minor property damage accident near the intersection of 7th St and Highway 14, Allison. 1RUHSRUWÂżOHG Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV WRRN D theft report in the 11200 block of Highway 14, Greene. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVWLgated a minor property damage accident near the intersection of Douglas Ave. and Highway 3, 'XPRQW1RUHSRUWÂżOHG Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV LQYHVWLgated a minor property damage accident near the intersection of Hickory Ave. and Highway 3, BriVWRZ1RUHSRUWÂżOHG Â‡SP'HSXWLHVLQYHVWLJDWed a harassment call in the 29500 block of 202nd St., Clarksville. :HGQHVGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡ 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG ZLWK WKUHH medical calls, assisted one motorist, and received a report of one controlled burn. Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a dog-deer-livestock matter in the 400 block of E. Jackson St. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a property damage acci%XWOHU6KHULII GHQWLQWKHEORFNRI+LJKZD\ 0RQGD\'HFHPEHU 57, Parkersburg. Minor damage Â‡ 'HSXWLHV H[HFXWHG WZR WUDI- RQO\QRUHSRUWÂżOHG ÂżF VWRSV DVVLVWHG RQH PRWRULVW 7KXUVGD\-DQXDU\ performed a welfare check, and Â‡ 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG ZLWK WZR assisted medical personnel on medical calls, and received rethree calls. ports of one controlled burn Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV LQYHV- throughout the county. tigated a property damage acci- Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH dent in the 400 block of 10th St., called to a property damage acAplington. Subject hit a dog. cident near the intersection of Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH 120th Street and Highway 14, called to a harassment matter in Greene. No injuries reported, no the 500 block of Pine St., Allison. UHSRUWÂżOHG Call involved juveniles. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV LQYHV- called to a dog-deer-livestock tigated a burglary report in the matter in the 100 block of TrianSRUWRIDSRVVLEOHÂżUHZDWHUSLSH broke at unknown location. 6DWXUGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGWZRFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls were: two non-emergency phone calls IRU RIÂżFHUV KDUDVVPHQW UHSRUW erratic driver complaint, juvenile behavior matter, two vehicle WUDIÂżF VWRSV WZR KDQJXS calls, and three misc. civil calls. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to an alarm going off at 23 1st St. SW. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV DVVLVWHG the Iowa State Patrol in booking Todd Levern Hambly, 33, Swaledale, for a Butler County warrant for a probation revocation reference second degree theft, Grundy County warrant for probation violation for third degree EXUJODU\DVVDXOWRQSHDFHRIÂżFHU with a deadly weapon, assault on DSHDFHRIÂżFHZKLOHSDUWLFLSDWLQJ in felony eluding, and possession of methamphetamines, second offense, and interference with ofÂżFLDODFWV Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of a slick street corner at the intersection of 12th Ave. and +LJKZD\ Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGD report of a gas drive off from 719 4th St. NE. Â‡SP2IÂżFHUVDVVLVWHGD subject getting up at 19 2nd Ave. SW. 6XQGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡ 2IÂżFHUV UHFHLYHG HLJKW FDOOV for service. Among the calls were: a report of a disabled semi on I-35, one welfare check, one rescue call, one misc. civil call, one harassment call, and two dog welfare calls. Â‡ DP 2IÂżFHUV ZHUH called to a disturbance at 205 1st St. NW. 0RQGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡2IÂżFHUVUHFHLYHGWZRFDOOVIRU service. Among the calls was a misc. civil call. Â‡ DP2IÂżFHUVDVVLVWHG PHGLFDOSHUVRQQHODWWK
gle Dr. )ULGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡'HSXWLHVH[HFXWHGRQHWUDIÂżF VWRSDQGDVVLVWHGZLWKÂżYHPHGLcal calls. Â‡ SP &ODUNVYLOOH 3Rlice arrested Tyler Hovenga, 29, Clarksville, in the 100 block of S. Mather St., and charged him with domestic abuse assault. He was held over for court. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a dog-deer-livestock matter in the 300 block of 9th St. 6DWXUGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡ 'HSXWLHV H[HFXWHG IRXU WUDIÂżFVWRSVDQGDVVLVWHGZLWKWKUHH medical calls. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWed the Parkersburg Police at a family domestic matter in the 200 block of Miners St., Parkersburg. 2IÂżFHUV DUUHVWHG $DURQ %ULWWRQ Waterloo, and charged him with domestic abuse assault. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a family domestic matter LQWKHEORFNRI1VW6W Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV SHUformed a bar check in the 300 block of S. Cherry St.. 6XQGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡'HSXWLHVH[HFXWHGWZRWUDIÂżF stops, and assisted one motorist. Â‡DP'HSXWLHVUHFHLYHG a harassment report from the 23700 block of Sandhill Road. Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a roll-over accident in the 15300 block of Highway 188. No information available as of press time. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a dog-deer-livestock matter in the 27200 block of Sinclair Ave. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a report of a theft in the 100 block of S. Mather, Clarksville. Unfounded. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a family domestic matter in the 3500 block of Parriott St. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a dog-deer-livestock matter near the intersection of Grand Ave. and Highway 3. Â‡ SP 'HSXWLHV ZHUH called to a dog-deer-livestock matter near the intersection of Grand Ave. and Highway 3. 0RQGD\-DQXDU\ Â‡ 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG ZLWK WZR medical calls, and assisted one motorist. Â‡ DP 'HSXWLHV DVVLVWHG ÂżUHSHUVRQQHOLQWKHEORFN of Royal Ave., Clarksville, with a KRXVH ÂżUH )LUH SHUVRQQHO ZHUH still on the scene as of late Monday morning.
)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\&RXUKRXVH District Court The following were resolved recently in criminal proceedings in the district court for Franklin County: Â‡ 6KDQH 'DOODV :LOOLDPV 6U 39, Hampton, pled guilty on December 30 to operating while intoxicated. On the same date he was given a deferred judgment and ordered to serve one year probation with the Department of Corrections. He was ordered to pay a $1,250 civil penalty, $100 in court costs, abstain from consumption of alcoholic beverages, shall not enter bars, taverns, or liquor stores, where the primary purpose is the sale/use of alcohol, submit to substance abuse evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, and perform 40 hours of community service, which must be completed by December 30, 2014. The case ZDV ÂżOHG RQ $XJXVW E\ WKH Hampton Police.
Â‡ 1HOVRQ 3 5RDQ Vanderwagen, New Mexico, pled guilty on December 30 to operating while intoxicated. On the same date he was sentenced to two days in jai with credit for seven hours time served. The remainder of the sentence must be served by June 30, 2014. The sentence may be served in New Mexico and must provide ZULWWHQ YHULÂżFDWLRQ WKURXJK WKHLU FOHUN RI FRXUWV RIÂżFH +H ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D percent surcharge, a $10 DARE Surcharge, and court costs. He also must obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow through with recommendations, shall satisfactorily complete a GULQNLQJ GULYHUÂśV FRXUVH DQG $100 in court costs. The case ZDVÂżOHGRQ6HSWHPEHUE\WKH Iowa State Patrol. Â‡ 5LFN\ /HH 2HKOHUW Hampton, pled guilty on November 4 to second offense operating while intoxicated. On
December 30 he was sentenced to two years in jail with all but seven days suspended. He must serve the seven days within the QH[WGD\VDQGPD\EHVHUYHG on non-consecutive weekends. +H ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG a 35 percent surcharge, and a $10 DARE Surcharge. He also must obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow through with recommendations, just abstain from consumption of alcoholic beverages and non-prescribed controlled substances, shall not enter establishments whose primary source of income is derived from the sale of alcohol, shall satisfactorily complete a GULQNLQJ GULYHUÂśV FRXUVH DQG $180 in court costs. The case ZDVÂżOHGRQ6HSWHPEHUE\WKH Hampton Police. Magistrate Court The following actions were resolved recently in Franklin County Magistrate Court:
Â‡ .DULQD 9HODVTXH] Buckeye, pled guilty on January 2 to disorderly conduct. On the VDPH GDWH VKH ZDV ÂżQHG assessed a $35 surcharge, and FRXUWFRVWV Civil Suits &LYLOVXLWVÂżOHGUHFHQWO\LQFOXGHG Â‡ 1DWLRQDO &ROOHJLDWH 6WXGHQW Loan Trust vs. Marcus Deree, &OXWLHU &DVH ZDV ÂżOHG RQ December 27 seeking judgment LQWKHDPRXQWRISOXV interest and court costs for nonpayment of student loans. Small Claims Judgments of small claims ÂżOHG UHFHQWO\ LQ WKH GLVWULFW FRXUW for Franklin County included: Â‡ $OLFLD 6DOGLYDU 5RGULJXH] vs. Shery Jervis and Jim Bass, Hampton. Case was dismissed without prejudice on January 3. &DVHZDVÂżOHGRQ'HFHPEHU Continued on Page 7
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PRODUCER MEETINGS KICK OFF HEALTHY HARVEST OF NORTH IOWAâ€™S WINTER WORKSHOP SERIES :LQWHULVWKHVHDVRQIRUSUHSDUDWLRQDQGZRUNshops make up a good part of where local food producers spend this season. Healthy Harvest RI 1RUWK ,RZD D QHWZRUN GHGLFDWHG WR FUHDWLQJ GHYHORSLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ D FRPPXQLW\EDVHG 1RUWK ,RZD UHJLRQDO IRRG V\VWHP DQQRXQFHV LWV January winter workshops: 6DWXUGD\-DQDPÂ˛QRRQÂ˛3URGXFHU Information Meeting â€“ this meeting will provide producers with updates on Healthy Harvest of 1RUWK,RZDÂˇVFROODERUDWLYHPDUNHWLQJHIIRUWVLQcluding project background; marketing opportunities; producer standard expectations; LLC start up considerations; and more. The collaborative marketing plans have been in initial stages during the 2013 season and this meeting invites more producers to join the discussion and planning. There is no charge for this meeting. 6DWXUGD\ -DQ DP Â˛ SP Â˛ 5HFRUG .HHSLQJ DQG 3ULFLQJ IRU 3URĂ€W &UDLJ &KDVH RI
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Loved ones honored through Hope Tree Project The Franklin General Hospital Auxiliary thanks all those who supported the Hope Tree project this year and the FGH Maintenance Department for giving their time, labor and equipment, as well as The Reminder for printing the Hope Tree ads free of charge. The following people were remembered or honored on the 2013 Hope Tree located at the entrance to the health care campus. IN MEMORY: Parents of Jo Coonley Jason Mell Abbas Carrie T. Abbas Mell A. Abbas Lawrence Abbas Jim Alexander Mr.& Mrs. James M. Alexander (2) Jake Allen William Arctander Richard Arends Barbara Bagby Richard & Helen Baltes Russell & Leona Barrick Fae Becker Rosemary Behn Albert Behn Wilbur Behn Elaine Behn Gilbert F. Behn Marguerite H. Behn Lewis & Dora Bell Bob Bender Ranae Dishman Berdahl Leonard Berghoefer Marvin Blau Susan Blau Shirley Borcherding Bob & Lucille Boyenga Harold Brandt Celeste Broadie Wes Broadie Jan Brown Lorna Brown Harold Buchanan Ann Buchanan Harold Burmester Donna Mae Burmester Norlyn Burmester Duane Card Chester & Kathryn Card (2) Toot Card (2) Doug Card
Thomas Clay Lee Claypool Peter Ross Claypool Stephen D. Collins James Coonley Craig Coonley Jim Coonley II Ted Craigmile John Dass Leona Dass Wanda Depping Lillian & Dick Diekman Robert M. Dishman Randall M. Dishman Delos Dohlman Roger Doughan Bernard Edwards Maurice D. Elliott Bob Erickson Barb Erickson Martha Eustice Carson Eustice Gerry Eustice Beryl Eustice Jennie Eustice Basil Eustice Orville Eustice Marian Eustice Todd Yong Ok Fehd Terry Feldhoff Mary Feldhoff Sondra Fellmer Hally Fielding Vince Fielding Cecelia Fink John Fink Marvin Fink Neale Freese Carl Freese Beth Freese Christina Freese Herman O. Freese Ray Gram
Jerry Gram Ruth & Fred Granau Dennis Granau Ronald Granau Terry Grice Maggie Guldberg Jeremy Hagensick James â€œToadâ€? Hannah Doris Hansen Clara Happel Ted Happel Lois Happel Roger Harvey Wilma â€œBillyâ€? Harvey Shirley M. Hawver Mary L. Heilskov Derwood Helmke Bert P. Hemmes Delbert â€œDubâ€? Hemmes (2) Delmar Hemmes Marie Hemmes-Schmidt Kenneth Holck Elmer & Alvina Honold Janice Honold Fred & Mary Honold (2) Jerry Hovenga Bert Huston Tone Huston Shari Payne Irwin Kenny Irwin James Jobe Margaret Jobe Dale Johansen Orville Kinsel Margaret Kinsel Joe Kinsel Bryan â€œAceâ€? Knudsen Sheryl Knudsen Pringle Don W. Koch Gerhardt Kragel Vendetta Kragel Marie Kreiner Connie Lampkin
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This Weekâ€™s Racing News Chip Ganassi signed Kyle Larson to a developmental deal prior to the 2012 season, to move him to the Nationwide Series, where in 2013 he ran the full schedule. The jump from K&N to NASCARâ€™s No. 2 series is one few have successfully completed. Larson made the transition with ease, posting ďŹ ve runner-up ďŹ nishes and ending the year eighth in points. Another year has brought yet another change. In 2014, Larson is again moving up, this time to Sprint Cup, where he will compete for Rookie of the Year driving the No. 42 Target Chevrolet. He is replacing Juan Pablo Montoya, who Ganassi let go after seven mostly disappointing seasons. Larsonâ€™s expectations for his freshman season are quite lofty. â€œI would like to ďŹ nish top-15 each race; if you can do that youâ€™ll be close to making the Chase at the end of the season,â€? Larson said.
Racing History January 10, 1971 - Ray Elder, a west coast driver, beat all of the regular series veterans in an upset at the season opening Motor Trend 500 at Riverside in California. Elder won 47 races on the NASCAR Pacific Coast Late Model Series, which is the second most all time. He was inducted into the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame in its first class in 2002.
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38%/,&127,&( 3UREDWH 127,&(2)352%$7(2):,// 2)$332,170(172)(;(&8725$1' NOTICE TO CREDITORS 352%$7(12(635 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ETHELDA M. GAMBLE, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Ethelda M. Gamble, Deceased, who died on or about December 15, 2013. <RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG WKDW RQ WKH rd day of December, 2013, the last will and testament of Ethelda M. Gamble, deceased, bearing the date of the 5th day of April, 1993, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that James Eitel 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. 'DWHGWKLVth day of December, 2013. James Eitel ,RZD6WUHHW Newton, IA 50208 Executor of Estate Mark A. Otto, ICIS PIN No: AT0005939 OTTO LAW OFFICE PLLC 123 W. 2nd St. N. 32%R[ Newton, IA 50208 Mark@ottolawyers.com Date of second publication 15th day of Hanuary, 2014. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on January 8 and 15, 2014. ____________________________________
38%/,&127,&( )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\ %RDUGRI6XSHUYLVRUV 3URFHHGLQJVRIWKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\ %RDUGRI6XSHUYLVRUV 'HFHPEHU Be it duly noted these minutes of 12/30/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman, Jerry L. Plagge and Michael Nolte present. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves the agenda as submitted. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, approves the minutes of 12/23/13. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board opened the meeting to public comment. Present was: Larry Richtsmeier-Sheriff reporting on committals during the holiday season and the report of canine dog Blue passing away on 12/28/13. He also reported that 911 ordered the dispatch equipment for the LEC. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, appoints Supervisor Jerry L. Plagge as Chairman for calendar year 2014. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Eberling, appoints Supervisor Michael Nolte as Chairman Pro-Tem for calendar year 2014. All ayes. Motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, approves setting the employee mileage rate reimbursement for calendar year 2014 at $.51 per mile, being the same as last calendar year and ÂżYHFHQWVXQGHUWKH)HGHUDOUDWHRI All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, apSURYHV WKH +DPSWRQ &KURQLFOH DV RIÂżFLDO County newspaper in Franklin County for calendar year 2014. Plagge-Aye, Nolte-Aye, Eberling-Nay. Motion carried. The Board acknowledged Manure ManagePHQW 3ODQ 5HQHZDOV IRU 1 owner Christensen Farms Midwest LLC, site located 2408 30th St, Ackley, Sec 25, Osceola Township; 2) GAAL #1, #57787, owner GAAL LLC, site located 1151 80th St, Hampton, Sec /HH7RZQVKLS 5HKP6LWHRZQHU 6XPPLW )DUPV VLWH ORFDWHG ,URQZRRG Ave, Alden, Sec 28, Lee Township; 4) Rommel, #57743, owner Kent Krause, site located 942 25th St, Alden, Sec 33, Lee Township. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, adMRXUQV DW $0 XQWLO -DQXDU\ $OO ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on January 8, 2014. ____________________________________
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SAFE T HOMES TO BE BUILT IN KENYA Submitted article Ten Safe T Homes made by Sukup Manufacturing Co. will be built in Kenya in January to help missionaries spread the word of God among nomadic herdsmen in the East African country. The project is led by the Eagle *URYH ,RZDEDVHG *OREDO &RPpassion Network in cooperation with African Inland Mission. Most of the 10 homes will be built beWZHHQ:DPEDDQG0DUDODOLQZHVWHUQ .HQ\D VDLG 3HWHU *RHKULQJ director of African initiatives for GCN. The homes will initially be used by missionaries in a two-year outreach program with AIM. The goal LV WR SODQW D FKXUFK LQ WKH UHJLRQ Goehring said. 2I WKH WULEHV LQ .HQ\D WKH Samburu is among the least conQHFWHG EHFDXVH RI WKH SHRSOHÂˇV QRPDGLF OLIHVW\OH VDLG *RHKULQJ â€œThe missionaries plan to live among them as they herd their sheep and goats and cattle and FDPHOVÂľ Besides introducing ChristianiW\WKHPLVVLRQZLOOEHIRFXVHGRQ helping the Samburu in practical ways such as understanding the EHQHĂ€WV RI IRUPDO HGXFDWLRQ KH said. Volunteers from three north Iowa churches will travel to Kenya in early January to build the Safe 38%/,&127,&( 1RWLFHRI6DOH The contents of Storage Unit #4. Located at: 1415 4th Street N.E., Hampton, IA 50441. And rented in the same of: Jeremy Schrock. Will be sold at public auction sale on: January 14, 2014 at 10 a.m. Contents of said unit consist in part of: Household, personal a misc. items. MINIMUM BILL WILL HAVE TO BE $400.00 per unit. If the tenant of the above storage unit pays the rent due before the auction, the sale will be canceled without notice. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on January 1 and 8, 2014. ____________________________________
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We think itâ€™s our duty as Christians to share. Everyone needs a home.
38%/,&127,&( Latimer City Council Latimer City Council Regular Session Minutes 'HFHPEHU The regular meeting of the Latimer City Council was called to order by Mayor Kent Morton on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at Latimer City +DOODWSP Answering roll call were council members Randy DeBour, Jeanne Plagge, Morgan Prestholt and Rhonda Noelck. Motion by Plagge, seconded by DeBour to approve the agenda. Motion carried unanimously. Kent Morton was sworn in as Mayor of Latimer by Judy Mulenbruck, City Clerk, for his term to begin in January of 2014. Cathy Crooks, Lawrence Meyer, and Randy DeBour were sworn in as council members of Latimer by Mayor Kent Morton for their terms to begin in January of 2014. The council discussed the possibility of the city contributing some money in addition to a grant that the Latimer Fire Dept. is receiving to help them purchase a truck. This matter will on the next council meeting agenda in January. Motion by Noelck, seconded by DeBour to approve the minutes of the last regular council meeting. Motion carried unanimously. 7KH FRXQFLO UHYLHZHG WKH FOHUNÂśV PRQWKO\ Âżnancial report and budget review which was given to the mayor and city council before the meeting. Motion by Plagge, seconded by DeBour to change the dates of the January and February FRXQFLO PHHWLQJV LQ GXH WR D FRQĂ€LFW LQ dates. The council meeting dates will be January 15th and February 19th. Motion carried unanimously. The date was set for the city clerk and mayor WRZRUNRQWKHSUHOLPLQDU\FLW\EXGJHWIRUÂżVFDO year 2014-2015. They will meet at 10 a.m. on Friday, January 24th. After discussion it was moved by Noelck and
seconded by DeBour to hire Richard Bodecker as a temporary employee for the City of Latimer at $20 per hour. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by DeBour, seconded by Plagge to pass Resolution 2013-3, a resolution approving the second amendment to the Intergovernmental agreement creating the Cerro Gordo County Area Solid Waste Agency. A roll call vote was taken. Ayes: DeBour, Plagge, Prestholt, and Noelck. Nays: None. Motion carried. A discussion was held in regard to overdue bills and possible garnishment. Council member Rhonda Noelck discussed the Community Center committee and what needs to be done for the upkeep of the facility in regard to wiring, checking the furnace, etc. Motion by Prestholt, seconded by Plagge to approve the bills as listed. Motion carried unanimously. The bills are as follows: GENERAL IPERS, retirement.................................. Electronic Fed. Tax Pmt. System, Fed, FICA .... .............................................................333.10 &RXOWHU3XEOLF/LEUDU\ÂżUVWKDOISD\PHQWIRUÂżVcal year 2013-2014 ........................... Kent Morton, salary as mayor for 2013 (minus withholding) ....................................... Jeanne Plagge, salary as council member & mayor pro-tem for 2013 (minus withholding) .. ............................................................. Rhonda Noelck, salary as council member for 2013 (minus withholding) .....................323.22 Dan Torrenson, salary as council member for 2013 (minus withholding) ..................... Morgan Prestholt, salary as council member for 2013 (minus withholding) .....................355.55 Randy DeBour, salary as council member for 2013 (minus withholding) .....................355.55 Merle Wagner, salary as council member for 2013 (minus withholding) .......................32.23
Karen Waage, (salary as treasurer for 2013) .... ............................................................. Franklin County Alcoholism Service Center, payment for 2013-2014 .....................1,350.00 Latimer Community Center, payment fo4 20132014 ..................................................2,000.00 CAL Education Foundation, payment for 20132014 .....................................................400.00 Latimer Community Development, payment for 2013-2014 ............................................900.00 Steve Waage, work done on computer ............. .............................................................125.00 0DUWLQÂśV)ODJ&R,QFĂ€DJ ...................... Commissioner of Elections, expenses for Latimer city election .............................. Jeff Lorhbach, mowing ..........................330.00 Latimer Fire Dept. Jaws of Life Savings, to activate dormant account ...................................... .............................................................100.00 Hampton Hardware, supplies ..................22.98 0HQDUGÂśVJDUODQG ....................................25.98 $XWR3DUWV,QFVXSSOLHVIRUÂżUHGHSW.....13.59 Mid American Publishing Corp., publishing ....... ...............................................................89.88 Corner Market, city hall supplies .............33.80 Hobson, Cady & Cady, P.L.C., legal fees .......... .............................................................100.00 Emergency Sales & Service, door & hinge for ÂżUHGHSW ...............................................580.00 Iowa Dept. of Transportation, snow fence ......... .............................................................145.24 -RHOÂśV'LHVHO $J6HUYLFHZRUNRQJHQHUDWRU at Community Center ...........................334.17 /DWLPHU5XUDO )LUH 'HSW SD\UROO IRU WR 12-1-13..............................................2,140.00 Marco, Inc., toner................................... DeBour Electric, Inc., mutvapor lamp ......32.89 Michael Walrod, cell phone reimbursement ...... ...............................................................30.00 Latimer Fuel & Service L.L.C., gas ........230.71 Karen Zander, cleaning ...........................48.00 Frontier, telephone service ....................110.70
Mid American Energy Co., utilities .........535.04 Alliant Energy, city sign............................23.51 )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\&OHUNRI&RXUWÂżOLQJIHH ........... ...............................................................25.00 Employee payroll for December (after withholding) .................................................. (Paid from General Fund, Road Use Tax Fund, Water Utility Fund, Garbage Fund, and Sewer Funds) Insurance deduction from monthly compensation for December ..............................$450.00 52$'7$;86( IPERS, retirement.................................. Electronic Fed. Tax Pmt. System, Fed. FICA .... .............................................................384.49 Iowa Dept. of Transportation, cylinder lift .......... .............................................................152.25 3UDOOHÂśV0DFKLQH :HOGLQJVXSSOLHV ........5.35 &1+ &DSLWDO ÂżWWLQJ IRU WUDFWRU IUHLJKW SXUchased at Titan Machinery) ....................10.85 Mid American Energy Co., utilities .........547.90 WATER UTILITY IPERS, retirement..................................173.35 Automatic withdrawal Interest on SRF Loan â€“ Iowa Finance Authority......................... Automatic withdrawal â€“ Interest on SRF Loan â€“ Iowa Finance Authority...................... Electronic Fed. Tax Pmt. System, Fed. FICA .... .............................................................314.24 Franklin REC, electricity at water tower............. .............................................................302.99 Hawkins, Inc., supplies ..........................355.37 Hampton Hardware, bulbs .......................41.94 Ag Source Laboratories, water analysis ..12.00 Treasurer, State of Iowa, sales tax, local Option tax for month ending 11/30/13 .............384.79 Frontier, telephone service ...................... Mid American Energy Co., utilities .........202.72 GARBAGE FUND IPERS, retirement.................................. Electronic Fed. Tax Pmt. System, Fed. FICA .... .............................................................
Mason City Recycling Center, LTD., processing .......................................................... -RHOÂśV'LHVHO $J6HUYLFHUHSDLUVWRJDUEDJH truck .....................................................128.00 /DQGÂżOORI1RUWK,RZDJDUEDJHIHHVIRU1RY .... .............................................................585.90 Treasurer, State of Iowa, sales tax, local Option tax for month ending 11/30/13 ...............51.31 Latimer Fuel & Service L.L.C., gas for garbage truck .....................................................535.50 '(%76(59,&(*2 First Citizens National Bank, interest on G.O. Bond Loan.........................................5,328.75 SEWER REVENUE FUND IPERS, retirement..................................173.35 Electronic Fed. Tax Pmt. System, Fed. FICA .... .............................................................314.25 Treasurer, State of Iowa, sales tax, local option tax for month ending 11/30/13 ...............20.51 Consolidation Energy Co., gas for generator at lift station ..................................................8.10 -RHOÂśV'LHVHO $J6HUYLFHZRUNRQJHQHUDWRU .. .............................................................329.00 Ag Source, Laboratories, wastewater analysis.. ............................................................... Frontier, telephone service at lift station .. Mid American Energy Co., utilities â€“ lift station.. ............................................................... /DWLPHU3RVW2IÂżFHSRVWDJH .................343.00
PAIRS ...................................................41.52 HAMPTON HARDWARE, NUTS-BOLTS 35.70 IPERS, IPERS ........................................71.42 IPERS, IPERS ........................................71.42 IPERS, IPERS ........................................71.42 IPERS, IPERS ........................................71.42 IPERS, IPERS ........................................71.42 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAX ..................................................... J. J. KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC., SAFETY TALKS MANUAL .................................102.74 KWIK TRIP, INC., FUEL, STAMP AND BATTERIES ...............................................347.40 MID AMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES .173.98 WELLMARK, INSURANCE-PAYROLL ............. .......................................................... FIRST SECURITY BANK & TRUST, INTEREST-STREET IMPROVEMENTS .....1,138.07 BROWN SUPPLY CO., BOX RISER, CALCIUM CHLORIDE, ..........................................55.50 DATA TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 2014 LICENSE AND SUPPORT FEES ........................212.00 HAWKINS, INC., CHLORINE & PHOSPHATE . ............................................................. IOWA ONE CALL, LOCATES .................18.00 IPERS, IPERS ......................................122.02 IPERS, IPERS ......................................122.02 IPERS, IPERS ......................................122.02 IPERS, IPERS ......................................122.02 IPERS, IPERS ......................................122.02 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................248.94 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................248.94 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................248.94 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................248.94 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAX .....................................................248.94 J. J. KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC., SAFETY TALKS MANUAL ...................................51.37
MID AMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES ...58.45 WELLMARK, INSURANCE-PAYROLL ............. ............................................................. AG SOURCE LABORATORIES, CHLORINE & PHOSPHATE ......................................483.50 BROWN SUPPLY CO., BOX RISER, CALCIUM CHLORIDE, .......................................... DATA TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 2014 LICENSE AND SUPPORT FEES ........................212.00 DUMONT POST OFFICE, Postage 11-30-13 billing .....................................................81.49 DUMONT TELEPHONE COMPANY, PHONE, FAX, INTERENT, UPS FEES .............. FIRST SECURITY BANK & TRUST, INTEREST-PHASE II ..................................2,374.38 FIRST SECURITY BANK & TRUST, INTEREST-PHASE III .................................4,007.18 MID AMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES ............. ............................................................. BUTLER CO. SOLID WASTE COMM., DISPOSAL FEE DEC. 2013 ...................2,070.25 DATA TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 2014 LICENSE AND SUPPORT FEES ........................212.00 IPERS, IPERS ........................................18.39 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ..................................................18.90 JENDRO SANITATION SERVICES, NOVEMBER PICKUP ...................................1,799.21 TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE, ...... PAYROLL CHECKS, .........................8,525.78 REPORT TOTAL, ...........................44,738.00 ROAD USE TAX, .............................. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, .................. DEBT SERVICE, ..............................1,138.07 WATER, ............................................5,903.51 SEWER, ........................................... LANDFILL/GARBAGE, .....................4,225.55 As the agenda was complete, Shear moved to adjourn. Showalter seconded. Motion carried, ayes all. The next regular Council meeting will be held on January 9, 2014. Edwin L. Mouw, Mayor Rhonda L. Schmidt, Attest ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on January 8, 2014. ___________________________________
Motion by Prestholt, seconded by Plagge to adjourn the council meeting at 7:05 p.m. Motion carried unanimously. ATTEST: Judy Muhlenbruck, City Clerk Kent Morton, Mayor ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on January 8, 2014. ___________________________________
38%/,&127,&( &LW\RI'XPRQW 'HFHPEHU The Dumont City Council met in regular session Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Dumont City Hall with Mayor Edwin L. Mouw presiding. Present were Council Members Kenneth McKinney, Reid Menken, David Shear and Chris Showalter. Brenda Baldwin was absent. Visitors in attendance were Nick DeBerg and Jan Reysack. Mayor Mouw opened the time for public comment on non-agenda items. Nick DeBerg addressed the Council regarding the property at 502 Third Street. He would like to purchase the property but has run into road blocks and was questioning what the City could do. The Council directed the Clerk to check with the City Attorney to see what options we have regarding this property and also the property at 509 Main Street. Both properties are to be placed on the agenda for our January 9, 2013 Council meeting. Showalter moved to approve the minutes from our November 14, 2013 Council meeting as published. Shear seconded. Motion carried, ayes all. Showalter moved to proceed with the City AtWRUQH\ÂśVVXJJHVWLRQWRUHVWDUWWKHSURFHVVWRGHFODUHWKHSURSHUW\DW(OP6WUHHWDEDQGRQHG and provide the notices the magistrate requires. Shear seconded. Roll call: Ayes-McKinney, Menken, Shear and Showalter; Nays-none. Motion carried. The discussion on who currently is responsible for attending court proceedings and appointing DQ HQIRUFHPHQW RIÂżFHU IRU WKH &LW\ ZDV WDEOHG until our January 9, 2013 Council meeting. The Clerk was instructed to prepare an ordiQDQFHIRULWVÂżUVWUHDGLQJDWRXU-DQXDU\ Council meeting restricting the digging of water/ sewer repairs on weekends. The Council decided not to implement an explicit ordinance prohibiting parking in front yards. Public Works Director, Dennis Burkett, presented all the results from our May, July and October E-coli monitoring for the summer season of 2013. Showalter moved that they agree, along with our Public Works Director, that the City can comply with the E. coli limits set forth
in the Iowa Department of Natural Resources permit without the need to treat our sewage. Menken seconded. Roll call: Ayes: McKinney, Menken, Shear and Showalter; Nays-none. Motion carried. Public Works Director, Dennis Burkett, reported that our sewer pumps have not been WRXFKHGVLQFHWKHHDUO\ÂśV+HZRXOGOLNHWR include the rebuilding or replacement of these pumps in our 2014-2015 City Budget. Dennis will check on prices and report back at our January 9, 2013 City Council meeting. The water issues at 225 First Street have been resolved. 7KLV \HDUÂśV WUHH WULPPLQJ SURFHVV KDV EHHQ completed. After investigating the proposed Dumont Reformed Church sign to be placed by the Welcome to Dumont Sign on Highway 3 with Brent Christian from the Iowa DOT, he stated that a church sign is prohibited on State ROW, County ROW and City ROW. A letter will be sent stating that fact. Christmas decorations have been tabled. Menken moved to rebuild the vibrator which removes snow from the box of the dump truck for an approximate cost of $312.00 and to purchase a cab for the snow blower at an approximate cost of $850.00. Showalter seconded. Roll call: Ayes-McKinney, Menken, Shear and Showalter; Nays-none. Motion carried. The City and their Departments have been awarded the following from the Foster and Evelyn Barkema Charitable Trust: *Ambulance Department-$1,500.00 towards new ambulance; )LUH'HSDUWPHQWWRZDUGVQHZÂżUHPDQÂśVJHDU *Library-$500.00 towards starting a Lego League; and *Park & Rec-$1,000.00 towards track resurfacing. The City of Dumont and the above Departments would like to express our gratitude to the Foster and Evelyn Barkema Charitable Trust. 7KH7UXVWÂśVNLQGQHVVKDVKHOSHGXVUHDFKPXOtiple goals. Jason Conn from the Iowa Department of 1DWXUDO 5HVRXUFHV FRQWDFWHG WKH &OHUNÂśV RIÂżFHRQ'HFHPEHUVWDWLQJKHLVIXUWKHU
researching the pond location at 412 Bickford Street to determine if it is located within a FEMA LGHQWLÂżHGĂ€RRGSODLQ+HZLOOJHWEDFNWRXVZLWK KLVÂżQGLQJV Menken moved to send nuisance abatement letters regarding sidewalk snow removal to DQG 0DLQ 6WUHHW +H also moved to send nuisance abatements to the properties at 210 First Street and 514 Third Street. A letter should also be sent to the new owner of the trailer parked at 822 First Street. As of today, the trailer has been uprooted and transport wheels placed underneath. Apparently, it has been made ready for removal and has sat this way for some time. The Council feels this is a danger to our community and it needs to be removed off the property immediately. Shear seconded. Roll call: Ayes-McKinney, Menken, Shear and Showalter; Nays-none. Motion carried. Shear moved to pay the bills. Showalter seconded and empowered Shear to sign claims in the absence of Baldwin. Motion carried, ayes all. The bills are as follows: (;3(16(6 AMERICAN PATRIOT PICTURES, LLC, DVD . ...............................................................19.99 BAKER & TAYLOR, BOOKS ................ %87/(5&26+(5,))Âś62)),&(67475 2014 CONTRACT ............................3,725.00 CHIEF SUPPLY CORPORATION, FIRE EQUIPMENT .................................... DATA TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 2014 LICENSE AND SUPPORT FEES ........................ DEBRA J. EISENTRAGER, MILEAGE ...75.15 DEBRA J. EISENTRAGER, BOOKS, DVDS, LEGOS ................................................503.72 DUMONT TELEPHONE COMPANY, PHONE, FAX, INTERENT, UPS FEES ..............247.88 FOLLETT SOFTWARE COMPANY, SERVICE RENEWAL & SUPPORT ..................1,000.00 GOLDEN HORSE, LTD., BOOK .............13.93 GUIDEPOSTS, BOOK ............................17.74 HARLEQUIN READER SERVICE, BOOKS ..... ...............................................................40.92 IPERS, IPERS ......................................355.99 IPERS, IPERS ........................................90.30 IPERS, IPERS ........................................91.23 IPERS, IPERS ......................................110.22 IPERS, IPERS ........................................
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAXES ................................................ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, FED/FICA TAX .....................................................142.24 J & C GROCERY, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES .............................................................170.84 J. J. KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC., SAFETY TALKS MANUAL .................................102.74 J.P. COOKE CO., DOG AND CAT TAGS ......... ............................................................... -2(Âś6+7*&22/,1* 3/80%,1*:$7(5 HEATER .............................................. KIRKWOOD COMM COLLEGE CONT ED, PRACTICAL EXAM FEE .....................155.00 KWIK TRIP, INC., FUEL, STAMP AND BATTERIES ................................................... MID AMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES ............. ..........................................................1,858.79 MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING CORP, MINUTES-OCTOBER ............................... MILLER & MILLER, P.C., LEGAL SERVICES .. .............................................................784.52 OFFICE EXPRESS, OFFICE SUPPLIES ......... .............................................................113.40 THE REMINDER PRINTING, P & R SOUP FUNDRAISER .......................................28.20 U.S. CELLULAR, CELL PHONE ..........123.08 ZIMMERMAN, SHELLY, REIMBURSEMENT FOR P & R ..........................................294.72 AIRGAS USA, LLC, CYLINDER RENTAL ........ ...............................................................54.90 $//,(' 0$1$776 *5283 //& Âś 52$' STONE ................................................475.99 AUTO PARTS, INC., FILTERS, OIL ........89.32 BROWN SUPPLY CO., BOX RISER, CALCIUM CHLORIDE, ........................................ BROWN, JOSEPH J., SNOW SHOVEL ........... ............................................................... BRUENING R0CK, WASHED SAND ... DATA TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 2014 LICENSE AND SUPPORT FEES ........................212.00 DUMONT HARKEN LUMBER, INC., SNOW REPAIRS/SUPPLIES .......................... DUMONT IMPLEMENT CO., INC., SNOW RE-
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5RQÂˇV 5RRĂ€QJ Â˛ Insured, bonded, commercial, residential. Specializing in shingles, rubber membrane and metal coating. Allmet Metal Shingles, seamless JXWWHUV. 641-456-4670, Hampton. ____________________ ctf +DGZLJHU 5RRĂ€QJ DQG Seamless Gutters, shingles, Ă DW URRIV VKDNHV DQG VWHHO Free estimates. 641-648-9661 or 1-800-748-3883. ____________________ Ctf Interior painting, wall SDSHULQJ ZRRG Ă€QLVKLQJ Sandy Aaron, 641-456-3125. ____________________ ctf ENVELOPES, BUSINESS CARDS, LETTERHEAD, brochures, multi-part forms and other printing available at Hampton Publishing, 9 2nd St. NW, Hampton, 4562585 or 1-800-558-1244. Free estimates available. ____________________ ctf ADVERTISE your items in the Eagle Grove Eagle, Grundy Center Register, Clarksville Star and Allison Tribune. Talk to the sales reps at the Hampton Chronicle about how to do it! Hampton Chronicle, 9 2nd St. NW, Hampton, 456-2585 or 1-800558-1244. ____________________ ctf
FOR RENT House for rent. 320 S. St. Chapin. $450 plus deposit. No pets. 641-892-8024, Kelley. ____________________ c1 3 BR house for rent, available February 1. $575/month. Includes washer/dryer. No pets. No smoking. Apps available. 641-430-8844. ____________________ ctf
LOST & FOUND Found â€“ quilt on Olive Ave. Call 641-525-0396 to identify. ____________________ c2
HELP WANTED DENTAL: Seeking an enthusiastic candidate for Front Desk position. Dental assistant experience preferred. Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mail resume and cover OHWWHU WR $OOLVRQ )DPLO\ Dental, 511 N. Main St. #607, Allison, IA 50602. ____________________ c3 CORRESPONDENTS are being sought by the Hampton Chronicle. You can report on \RXU WRZQÂˇV ORFDO KDSSHQLQJV and news. Correspondents are needed for Hampton, &KDSLQ 6KHIĂ€HOG %ULVWRZ and Bradford. Call Hampton Publishing, 9 2nd St. NW, Hampton, 456-2585 or 1-800558-1244, and ask for Joyce. ____________________ ctf
PLUMBING & HEATING
is seeking full time HVAC installer. Must have good work ethic. Experience preferred but not necessary. Includes benefits. Please stop by at 505 Industrial Rd., Iowa Falls, IA or call for interview.
641-648-2595 Ask for Brad.
IMMEDIATE NEEDS IN HAMPTON Manpower Open Interviews In Partnership with Omnium
1st and 2nd Shift Positions Available â€˘ Thursday, January 9th â€˘ 9 am to 2 pm â€˘ Tuesday, January 14th â€˘ 9 am to 2 pm â€˘ Thursday, January 16th â€˘ 9 am to 2 pm HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA/GED REQUIRED
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SPRING COACHING POSITIONS
HEAD SOCCER COACH (BOYS OR GIRLS) ASSISTANT BOYS SOCCER COACH Program is shared with Hampton-Dumont and Belmond-Klemme
HEAD GIRLS AND BOYS GOLF COACH Certification: Iowa Coaching Endorsement or Iowa Coaching Authorization
If interested please send the following information to: Scott Striegel-Principal / Activities Director CAL CSD 1441 Gull Ave, Latimer, IA 50452 or call 641-579-6085 THESE POSITIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE UNTIL FILLED.
23971 County Rd 10 PO Box 3000 â€˘ Sleepy Eye, MN 507.794.5310
Steve Brekunitch, Owner 131 E. Rocksylvania Ave. â€˘ Iowa Falls
641-648-2755 or 1-877-965-9167
Over 40 Years of Quality Service PRODUCT FOR PRODUCT WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD Windows â€˘ Siding Call collect for estimates 641-648-3918 Ask for Ben
Stop by our Hampton station to fill out an application or you may get an application on line at www.lynchlivestock.com and mail application or resume to:
Lynch Livestock, Inc. 331 3rd St. NW, Waucoma, IA 52171 Attn: Lori or Email to: Lorit@lynchlivestock.com Pre-employment physical and drug test required - EOE
Does your New Yearâ€™s resolution include finding a career with a company that puts employees first?... A company that has great benefits, advancement opportunities, and a unique, fun working atmosphere? So, get off the couch! What are you waiting for?
Full-Time Registered Nurse Part-Time Registered Nurse $5,000 sign-on bonus Due to our current occupancy, we are in need of dedicated team members to join us at The Dumont Wellness Center. Call Brooke Harlan, Director of Nursing to set up an appointment or visit our website at www.abcmcorp.com.
ABCM Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Christensen Farms is seeking the services of an Independent Contractor for the management of a swine farm in the Thompson/Forest City, IA area. Services required include daily animal care, loading/ unloading, feed and ventilation management and building maintenance. This independent contractor must not be in contact with other swine for bio-security purposes. For further information, please contact Amanda Meine at 507-794-8615
We also offer other guards and gutters without guards. Call for a free consultation.
Letter of Application, Resume, Coaching Endorsement or Authorization
Apply earlier at www.manpowerjobs.com If have further questions, call Manpower at 641-421-7430. Please DO NOT call Omnium.
offers Lifetime NO-CLOG GUARANTEE.
Lynch Livestock, Inc., has an immediate opening for a Gooseneck Driver at our Hampton, Iowa location. Job requires driving, loading and unloading hogs, and helping in the yard. Candidate must be at least 25 years of age, and have an excellent driving and attendance record. OT hours available. We offer a professional work environment, competitive wage and a Great benefit package. Home daily!
NOW HIRINGâ€”1st shiĹŒ Welders, Maintenance Coordinator, Assembly & 2nd shiĹŒ Maintenance Techs Visit hagiecareers.com to view all openings
Hagie Manufacturing Company 721 Central Ave. West Clarion, Iowa 50525 515-532-2861 Email: email@example.com
Meet us at Omnium, 1280 Imperial Road, Hampton, Iowa Canâ€™t make it to the interview?
Manpower is an EOE.
Gutters Need Cleaning?
Centrum Valley Farms Accounting Department is hiring an Accounts Payable/Payroll Clerk to join our growing team. Successful candidate will be responsible for accounting and clerical tasks related to the efficient maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. The candidate shall be organized, be able to prioritize, attention to detail, maintain accuracy and have information management skills.
RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE: â€˘ Will need to maintain vendor files and respond to vendors inquires and correspondence. â€˘ Set up invoices and reconcile payments. â€˘ Prepare and process accounts payable checks, wire transfers, ACH payments, employee paychecks, and statements of earnings with deductions. â€˘ Prepare and balance period-end reports and reconcile issued payrolls to bank records. Associates Degree or equivalent of 1-3 years accounts payable and general accounting experience. This is a salary position with full benefits.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Send resume to ATTN: HUMAN RESOURCES CENTRUM VALLEY FARMS PO BOX 538 â€˘ CLARION, IA 50525 or email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARE YOU A MOTIVATED AND CLEVER PERSON? Midwest Meter, Inc., Hampton, Iowa, the business leader in pumps and meters, is looking for a mechanically inclined and highly motivated man or woman for full time, long term employment. The right candidate must be able to lift 50 pounds, become certified or is currently certified to operate a forklift, become certified or is currently certified in OSHA compliance, bring a positive attitude to work each day, and be willing to be on the fast track for learning all aspects of our business. Duties may include, but are not limited to, machine operation, shipping, receiving, OSHA safety assessments and employee training, record keeping, and inventory control. Wage is commensurate with experience and current certifications. Position also offers a premier employer-paid health insurance package, an employer matching 401K program, and a generous vacation package. Other compensated benefits are negotiable.
ONLY SERIOUS APPLICANTS NEED APPLY. EOE. Applications available and accepted at Midwest Meter, Inc., 1605 170th St., Hampton, IA during normal business hours only. Applications will be accepted through January 15, 2014.
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Resumes will also be accepted through the mail to Midwest Meter, Inc. PO Box 376, Hampton, IA 50441 c/o Julie Salvesen. No phone calls, please.
Card of Thanks SALVATION ARMY BRC - Once again a very heartfelt thank you to the businesses who let us either ring the bell or set up a kettle, the volunteers who rang the bell in spite of the very cold weather and last but not least the generosity of the people who donated this year. We raised $6,300.25, which was $900 more than last year. Ivan E. Lindloff, Salvation Army BRC. ______________________________________________ c2 THE AGWSR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT HAS THE FOLLOWING OPENING:
MEDICAL HELP WANTED
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK: Full-time position in Clarion. Mon. – Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Responsibilities include ownership of A/P process from data entry, invoice follow-up, and processing 1099 information. This position prepares the daily deposit for the facility, prepares financial reports and performs additional financial tasks as assigned. Basic accounting skills preferred. Position requires a self starter with good communication and organizational skills. Will be required to work at all Iowa Specialty Hospital locations as needed. Positions offer outstanding wages & fringe benefits. Please stop by and pick up an application, apply on-line at www.iowaspecialtyhospital.com or contact the Human Resources Department at 515-602-9801 to receive an application by mail. All positions are subject to criminal/dependent adult abuse background checks, pre-employment physical and drug testing.
Specializing in You WWW.IOWASPECIALTYHOSPITAL.COM Belmond - 403 1st Street SE Clarion - 1316 S. Main Street
See our Website www.hilpipre.com HILPIPRE AUCTION CO. WATERLOO, IA 319-235-6007
ABBOTT REALTY Home Is Where Our Heart Is!
2 - 1st St. NW Hampton, IA 50441
Kathy Stanbrough, 641-430-3821 Chuck Svendsen 641-425-7159
15 - 3rd St. NE - HAMPTON - 4 BR, 3 BA - Beautiful Woodwork - Updated Kitchen - Newer Furnace, Windows, & Roof ASKING PRICE $129,900 NEW
7 - 7th St. NW - HAMPTON - 3 BR, 1.5 BA - LR w/Fireplace - Newer Furnace & CA - Newer Roof & Windows PRICE REDUCED TO $35,900
1002 N. Federal St. - HAMPTON NEW - 3 BR, 1 BA PRICE - Open Floor Plan - Full Basement - Great Location PRICE REDUCED TO $64,900
Broker/Owner (641) 425-0923
Broker/Associate (641) 456-2447
Sales Associate (641) 430-7951
Sales Associate (641) 425-4993
Ashley (Symens) Tufte
Sales Associate (641) 430-6305
Sales Associate (641) 512-0419
Sales Associate (319) 213-7307
Sales Associate (641) 425-9392
Eric Christianson Realtor & Insurance
Jim Davies Realtor
Chelsey Wiseman Realtor & Insurance
Storage Units 1-800-353-0017
The Eagle Grove Eagle, a division of Mid-America Publishing, is seeking a full-time marketing representative to sell digital, print, and commercial printing products for multiple Mid-America publications. The successful candidate must be a self-starter who is looking to grow the area market in all areas of the business and be innovative in finding solutions to best serve the customers they serve. Previous sales experience is preferred.
Rochelle Abbas Realtor
ON THE MARKET
10 3rd Ave. SE - Hampton - $54,900 Why pay for 3 when 2 bedrooms will do. This home offers hardwood floors, partially finished basement, maintenance free siding, newer water softener, bath updates and 1 car attached garage. Walking distance to downtown.
919 3rd St. NE - Hampton - $52,900 Good things do come in small packages and the price matches. The home has had electrical updating and a few newer windows. Looking for an investment property or your first starter home, give us a call to set up a showing. Farm Land for Sale- $11,250/Acre: Franklin Co., 204 A., w/193 tillable; 80.7 CSR; the N 200 acres EXCEPT tracts in Section 2 of Marion Township. Jerry Staley 456-3607 Brad Staley 425-9400 Susan Staley 425-9431
104 9th Place NE, HAMPTON - $64,900 919 3rd St., DUMONT - $39,000 • 2 Bedrooms/ 1 bath/ 1 car garage • 2 Bedroom/ 1 Bath • Stove, refrigerator, freezer, washer/dryer incl. • Detached 1 car garage • Newly remodeled bathroom! • 124’ by 80’ lot with mature trees • Eat In Kitchen & Large living room! • Eat In Kitchen
Harley Krukow Realtor
ABBOTT SOLD MINE • ABBOTT SOLD MINE • ABBOTT SOLD MINE
632 230th St. - Alexander - $148,500 909 4th Ave. SE - Hampton - $179,900 Main floor bed, renovated master bath, & laundry! Featured is a well-maintained 3BR, 2.5BA with a 5 BR, 2 BA, 4.5 acre country home located just off great location. Wood burning fireplaces, open the blacktop. Several nice outbuildings. beam ceiling, 4-season porch and wood deck.
Shelia Atkinson Insurance
ABBOTT SOLD MINE • ABBOTT SOLD MINE • ABBOTT SOLD MINE
HWY 3 W., 515 CENTRAL AVE. WEST, HAMPTON
Call Today! (641) 456-2266 - Downtown Hampton
OVER 1,000 LOTS: This company bought inventory and equipment for years. Building has been sold and all must be cleared out immediately. Everything you can imagine to be sold in large and small lots. INCLUDING: Nice School Bus / Trucks; Trailers: Gooseneck & other types / Welders / Shop Equip. / Electrical, Plbg. & Htg. / Elec. Motors / Qty.Knaack job boxes / Fireproof paint cabinets / Concrete saw / Scaffolding / Paint units / Numerous tote boxes full of misc. / SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE, DON’T MISS THIS AUCTION!!! TERMS: Cash or letter of credit to guarantee your check. A 10% buyers’ premium applies to all purchases.
• ABBOTT SOLD MINE • ABBOTT SOLD MINE • ABBOTT SOLD MINE •
AGWSR IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY /AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Insurance & Real Estate
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Candidates interested in the opportunities listed above should submit a letter of application to: Mr. Steve Lane, Interim Superintendent, AGWSR Community Schools 511 State Street, Ackley, IA 50601 or by e-mail email@example.com Position open until filled.
HUGE EQUIPMENT AUCTION 1120 EAST 2ND WEBSTER CITY, IA SATURDAY, JAN. 11 STARTING AT 8:00 AM BRING YOUR TRUCKS AND TRAILERS!!! SELLING UNTIL ALL IS SOLD.
GIRLS TENNIS COACH
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Kent Brown 456-4664
STALEY REAL ESTATE 21 4th Street NE
Kurt Thielen 430-3659 Jay Brower 580-4070
Customer Service/ Graphic Designer Mid-America Publishing is looking for a full-time customer service representative/graphic designer for its commercial printing division located in Hampton. This person will work with clients to develop, price and print commercial job work for their personal and business needs. Successful candidate should have a minimum of basic working knowledge of Adobe CS products, as well as being able to schedule, prepare and print client work using digital press equipment. The position requires very strong organizational skills, an eye for detail, and a willingness to work in a fast paced environment. To apply, send your resume, cover letter and three references to: Ryan Harvey, President/CEO of Mid-America Publishing Corporation, P.O. Box 29, Hampton, Iowa 50441 or email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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Printing, Publishing & More We strive for your success! MAPC | 9 2nd Street NW | Hampton, Iowa 50441
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Wednesday, January 8, 2014
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At Christensen Jewelry you are always assured the diamonds are high quality. We import diamonds direct from Antwerp, the worldâ€™s diamond capitol, and that means you save. In fact, if you find the identical item for less within fifteen days, we will refund double the difference.
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By Kristina Raisch, Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce/Main Street Iowa 7KH*UHDWHU)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\&KDPEHURI&RPPHUFH Main Street Design Committee announced the Second Round of FaĂ§ade Grants for businesses within the TIF District of Hampton is now available. The Building Facade Grant Program is designed to assist building property owners and business owners in XSGDWLQJWKHLUVWRUHIURQWVZLWKUHSDLUVRUPRGLĂ€FDWLRQ 7KH *UHDWHU )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ &KDPEHU RI &RPPHUFH Main Street Design Committee is now accepting appliFDWLRQV)XQGVDUHOLPLWHGVRDFWTXLFNO\7KHVHJUDQWV are made possible by the City of Hampton and the *UHDWHU)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\&KDPEHURI&RPPHUFH0DLQ Street Program. â€œOur community has been enriched over the years by the FaĂ§ade Grant Program and we are excited to make more funds available now. The Design Committee encourages property owners and business owners to upGDWH WKHLU IDFDGHV DQG ZHOFRPHV DQ\ TXHVWLRQV DERXW WKHSURFHVVÂľVDLG-RHO2UU&KDLURIWKH'HVLJQ&RPPLWtee FaĂ§ade Grant Program. The goal of this grant program is to offer an incentive to property owners and business owners to make improvements to buildings within the Hampton TIF area by offsetting a portion of the costs. The Design Committee believes improvements to buildings will enhance the overall appearance and create a positive image of RXU FRPPXQLW\ HQFRXUDJH RWKHU EXVLQHVV RZQHUV WR make improvements and promote Economic Development for the entire community. Grant categories Â‡$ZQLQJVDQGVLJQDJHSHUFHQWRIWRWDOFRVWXSWR PD[LPXP PXVW EH IDEULF DZQLQJV Â˛ QR YLQ\O EDFNOLJKW DZQLQJVVLJQDJH PXVW PHHW &'& DQG FLW\ FRGHV6LJQDJHPD\RQO\EHIRUQDPHRIEXVLQHVVQRW merchandise Â‡ ([WHULRU SDLQWLQJ SHUFHQW RI WRWDO FRVW XS WR PD[LPXP IRU EXLOGLQJ IURQWV DQG VLGH LI D corner lot) only; color scheme is subject to approval of CDC. Â‡:LQGRZUHSDLURUUHSODFHPHQWSHUFHQWRIWRWDO FRVW XS WR PD[LPXP IRU EXLOGLQJ IURQWV DQG side if a corner lot) only; may be lower or upper level. Â‡6WUXFWXUDOUHSDLUSHUFHQWRIWRWDOFRVWXSWR
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Loved Ones Remember Special Moments
And so should you At the Rehabilitation Center of Hampton we create memories through our vast activities program. Inquire within about our trips to the Casino, Carlson Learning Lodge, Tuesdayâ€™s on the Town, basketball games and supper outings.
Iowa Specialty Hospital has received a quality-based national accreditation for our exemplary patient care and commitment to patient safety at both our Belmond and Clarion locations. We are proud to specialize in you. BELMOND - 403 1st Street SE â€“ Phone: (641) 444-3223 â€˘ (866) 643-2622 CLARION - 1316 South Main Street â€“ Phone: (515) 532-2811 â€˘ (866) 426-4188
Join us on Friday, January 10 for Speck Nâ€™ Dicken Social at 1:00 p.m. Stop by today to pick up your free Gift for saying you saw this ad.
Published on Jan 7, 2014