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Republican Caucus locations
The following locations have been set for the Franklin County caucus precinct locations, to be held January 21, from 6 to 9 p.m. Bradford Fire Station: Grant/Osceola precinct; Hamilton/Lee/Reeve Precinct Hampton - H-D High School Media Center: Hampton 1, 2, 3, 4 Precincts; West Mott Precinct; Geneva/Ingham/East Mott Latimer - CAL High School Media Center: Marian Precinct; Oakland/Morgan Precinct Sheffield - West Fork High School Media Center: Richland/Ross/West Fork Precinct; Wisner/Scott Precinct
Democrat Caucus locations
Iowa Democratic Party Caucus will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 7 p.m. You must be in-line or signed-in by 7 p.m. to participate. Franklin County Democrats will meet at the following two locations: â€˘ H-D Middle School, Hampton: Hampton 1, 2, 3, 4, West Mott, Geneva/Ingham/ East Mott (inc. Geneva and Hansell), Grant/Osceola (inc. portion of Ackley), Hamilton, Lee, Reeves; Oakland/Morgan (Inc. Coulter, Popejoy, and portion of Dows), Marion (inc. Latimer), Wisner/Scott (inc. Alexander). â€˘ West Fork High School Computer Lab, Sheffield: Richland/Ross, West Fork (inc. Sheffield).
FFA BBQ Pork Dinner
The West Fork FFA will be holding a BBQ Pork Dinner at the HS Basketball Game against Nashua on Jan. 21. On the menu will be BBQ pork sandwiches, potato chips, a dessert, and a drink. It will be a free will donation meal. The meal will begin at 5 p.m. and will go until it is all gone.
After Prom Pizza Supper
On Friday, Jan. 17 After Prom will be serving a pizza supper from 5 p.m. until gone. Menu will include Papa Murphyâ€™s Pizza, bar, and a drink for $3.
Community Fellowship Coffee Zion St. Johnâ€™s Lutheran Church will be hosting a Community Fellowship Coffee on Saturday, Jan. 18 at 8:30 a.m. Coffee and cinnamon rolls will be served at the church in Sheffield.
West Fork board meet Jan. 20
The West Fork Board of Education will meet in regular session on Monday, Jan. 20, in Sheffield at 5 p.m. The board is scheduled to review the 2014-15 school calender, approve assistant varsity softball and baseball coaches, and discuss an open enrollment request. Other monthly reports from the principals and superintendent will also be given.
Theatre meeting Jan. 21
The Windsor Theatre Development Corporation Annual Meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan., 21, at 5:15 p.m., at the Windsor Theatre. The public is invited. The regular monthly meeting of the Windsor Theatre Board of Directors will be held immediately following the Annual Meeting. For more information, contact Jim Davies at jim@ coachdavies.net or call 641-425-4707.
Sheffield blood drive Jan. 30
LifeServe Blood Center invites you to donate blood at an upcoming blood drive and use your donation points to donate coloring books for children at participating local hospitals. West Fork Community Blood Drive, Thursday, Jan. 30, from 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m, at EMS Center, 115 North 3rd Street. Sign up to save a life today! Schedule a blood donation appointment online at lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800.287.4903.
Community Calendar Thursday, Jan iPad Training, 9 a.m., Franklin County Extension Office, 456-4811 Foot Clinic, 9:00-11:00, Franklin County Public Health, 641-456-5820 Immunization Clinic, 2:30-4:00, Franklin County Public Health, 641-456-5820 Friday, Jan. 17 Blood Pressure, 8:30-9:30, Franklin County Public Health, Walk-in Saturday, Jan. 18 4-H Working Exhibit Workshop, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Franklin Co. Extension Office. Please pre-register 641-456-4811 or firstname.lastname@example.org Monday, Jan. 20 Franklin County Board of Supervisors meeting, 8:30 a.m., Franklin County Courthouse, basement level West Fork School Board meeting, 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21 1 Retired Teachers rs he will meet at the Sheffield Inn, 9 a.m. West Fork Schooll Board, 5 p.m. AA meets at Zion St. John at 8 p.m. every Tuesday.
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Hegarty appointed to Sheffield council By Nick Pedley The Sheffield City Council is now five members strong following the appointment of Jim Hegarty at Monday nightâ€™s meeting. The council was one member short after Nick Wilson moved into the mayorâ€™s chair Jan. 1. Four residents â€“ Sheri Bogue, Karl Sorenson, Shirley Meints and Hegarty â€“ expressed interest in the vancant seat. The council briefly debated how to handle the selection, but ulitmately voted to appoint Hegarty by 3-1 margin. Councilman Ken Berding cast the lone vote for Sorenson. â€œI was looking to get involved with the community and I thought what better way than to jump in with both feet on the council,â€? Hegarty said after the meeting. â€œSheffieldâ€™s a beautiful town, and Iâ€™d really like to see some community growth.â€? Discussion on how to handle the appointment was mixed. All four of the people interested in the position received votes
during the Nov. 5 election, and the council debated appointing the highest vote-getter to fill the void. Bogue received 99 votes on the mayorâ€™s ballot in November, but she was automatically disqualified from contention for the vacant council seat because she was absent from Mondayâ€™s meeting. The remaining three contenders were named on the council ballot two months ago. Sorenson received 71 votes, Hegarty 62, and Meints 43. â€œI guess in my opinion the next person with most amount of votes would get it,â€? Wilson said during the councilâ€™s discussion. â€œBut, itâ€™s who you guys think is the best person whoâ€™s going to do the job.â€? Berding felt the next-highest vote-getter should be awarded the seat, but the majority felt differently. Councilmen Ron Simmons, JC McCaslin and Mike McKee voted for Hegarty, who joined the group immediately after Wilson administered the oath of office. His term ex-
Mayor Nick Wilson (left) administered the oath of office to Jim Hegarty Monday night after Hegarty was appointed to the council to fill a vacancy. (Photo by Nick Pedley) pires in two years. Sheffield citizens have the opportunity to petition for a special election if theyâ€™re unhappy with Hegartyâ€™s appointment. According to Franklin County Auditor Michelle Giddings, 46 signatures from eligible city
voters would be needed to bring the issue to a vote. In other business, the council made a decision on a vicious dog ruling that was delayed during their December meeting. The council agreed to follow city code that details rules
regarding the expulsion of dogs deamed vicious from the city limits, which will allow the animal to stay in Sheffield. â€œSince this incident, it appears theyâ€™ve taken the steps to keep this from happening again,â€? said police Chief Ed Hanig An incident occurred in June when a dog owned by Ashley Schroeder was loose and bit a resident. Hanig said the department had received a handful of calls prior to that run-in claiming the dog in question was loose and taking off after people; however, no incidents have occurred since then. The council consulted with their attorney regarding their jurisdiction over the incident, but ultimately found they could do very little right now despite Schroeder pleading guilty in court to having a vicious animal. â€œBy the definition of our ordinance now, the way it stands, I donâ€™t think itâ€™s a vicious aniCOUNCIL to page 7
Jurgena wraps up career at Sukup after three decades Article submitted by Joe Buttweiler, Sukup Manufacturing After selling Sukup Manufacturing Co. products for 42 years â€“ 30 of them as an employee of the company â€“ Larry Jurgena retired Dec. 18 following a sendoff with gifts and heartfelt congratulations. He began working for Sukup in 1971, eventually becoming sales supervisor and, in recent years, territory manager for Montana, Oregon and Washington. â€œI always enjoyed traveling with Larry and learning from Larry,â€? company President Charles Sukup said at the sendoff. â€œHe was always eager to help out at farm shows and was great with customers.â€? Steve Sukup, chief financial of-
ficer of the family-owned company, said Jurgena had tremendous respect within the industry because of his strong customer relations. But his kindness could be deceiving, according to Diane Hughes, sales supervisor. It helped him pull numerous pranks on fellow salesmen. â€œWeâ€™re really going to miss you,â€? company founder Eugene Sukup said. â€œAnd we wish you and Marilyn the best. God bless you both.â€? Jurgena and his wife, Marilyn, celebrated their 50-year anniversary in May of 2013. They have two daughters and one son; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. In his early years at Sukup, Jurgena did a lot of service work. â€œIt
was enjoyable to go out and fix machinery,â€™â€™ he said. His farming background â€“ he still farms about 200 acres of corn and soybeans near Dumont â€“ helped him relate to customers. Sukupâ€™s good products, warranties and customer service made it a great place to work, Jurgena said. He stepped away for 12 years to sell bins â€“ and Sukup grain handling equipment â€“ but returned to the company in 1989. Gifts presented to Jurgena included a plaque, hat, jacket and a certificate for a recliner. As for retirement plans, he said: â€œIâ€™m still going to be farming. I might do a little more fishing. Maybe do some odd jobs. And I told Eugene Iâ€™d still go to some auctions if he needs me to.â€?
Health care costs irk supervisors Monday By Nick Pedley A 12.82 percent hike in county health care costs drew a few stern remarks from the Franklin County Board of Supervisors at their meeting Monday. Auditor Michelle Giddings reported that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) played a significant role in the increase. The countyâ€™s insurance policy falls into compliance with the new law, but she explained 3.18 percent of this yearâ€™s overall spike was attributed to new tax fees the county must pay to help fund the ACA. That works out to $23,264 every six months, she said. â€œWe donâ€™t have to change, but we still have to pay,â€? she said. The supervisors expected an
increase in premiums this year â€“ they budgeted for a 15 percent hike in anticipation of added costs. Nonetheless, they were unhappy that 3.18 percent of the overall increase was attributed to the ACA. â€œThat is totally ridiculous,â€? said Supervisor Mike Nolte. The group felt it was pointless to pay into the program because the countyâ€™s employees were already covered by their own plan. â€œWe get no benefit from it,â€? said board Chair Jerry Plagge. â€œItâ€™s all going to the federal level.â€? Despite their resentment, the supervisors admitted there was little they could do other than pay the costs. They plan to move
forward with the insurance premium renewal process at their Jan. 20 meeting. Giddings and the supervisors pointed out the ACAâ€™s unstable history in the U.S. House and Senate, and speculated about the lawâ€™s future. â€œWe donâ€™t know whatâ€™s going to happen a year from now. We have no clue,â€? said Giddings. In other business, the supervisors heard a funding request from Healthy Harvest of North Iowa for the 2014-15 budget. Coordinator Jan Libby outlined some of the programs and initiatives the agency spearheaded during the past year. She said Healthy Harvest is focused on SUPERVISORS to page 7
Alliant Energy supports Sarge
Alliant Energyâ€™s Eric Harms poses with Franklin County Sheriff Deputy Adam Blau and his drug-sniffing dog Sarge. Alliant donated $538 in November to help pay for Sarge, who cost the sheriffâ€™s office around $6,000. â€œThe corporation likes to contribute to various needs like this,â€? said Harms. â€œOur core value is always safety. Obviously, the dog fits right in with that value.â€? Blau said purchasing Sarge would have been impossible without the contributions from local businesses and individuals. â€œBecause of businesses and peoplesâ€™ support, itâ€™s what keeps this program going,â€? he said. (Photo by Nick Pedley)
IA Electric Steadily Growing In Sheffield By Travis Fischer After years of preparation, John Colombo has started up his own electrician business. Interested in the field since high school, Colombo started down the path to his career while he and a friend were considering joining the military. â€œWe asked ourselves what we would be good at that wouldnâ€™t put us directly in combat situation,â€? said Colombo. â€œWe never did join the military, but I did become an electrician.â€? Ten years later, Colombo has become a master of his trade and has now opened his own business. Based out of a workshop on his Sheffield property, IA Electric serves commercial and industrial businesses in the Franklin County area. The path to starting his own business has been a long one. It took Colombo four years of planning and preparation while working for other contractors before he was ready to strike out on his own. â€œIt was a process to start it,â€? said Colombo. â€œWe had to put
Four years in the making, John Colombo is getting his own electrician business off the ground. certain key pieces into place.â€? we could just get the masterâ€™s with unforeseen complications Taking his time to make sure license and flip the switch to as they arise. everything ran smoothly, Co- get everything on.â€? â€œYou think youâ€™ve got everylombo had his business preOf course, no amount of prep- thing lined up when you start pared to go in July, but it was aration is ever truly enough. a business and you have no still October before he officially Colombo is still learning about clue.â€? opened his doors. the day-to-day logistics of opColombo has gone through â€œWe got to the point where erating a business and dealing multiple versions of software
for bookwork and estimate generation in an ongoing search for one that fits his needs. He also quickly realized that he had underestimated the amount of shop space he needed to house all of his materials and equipment and needed to do some serious reorganizing to make room for everything. â€œItâ€™s been busy,â€? said Colombo. â€œBeing one person, right now itâ€™s really busy.â€? Electrical work is a wide field and Colomboâ€™s specialty is building automation, a process that involves installing systems that automatically control things like lights and temperatures for manufacturing plants. In addition to his automation services, Colombo has taken on a variety of other jobs in the area, ranging from voice and data instillation to lighting upgrades to home remodeling projects. Colombo plans to continue on this path, gradually building up his experience and capability as he markets himself around the Franklin IA ELECTRIC to page 7
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January 16, 1964 Sheffield-Chapin basketball teams split wins with Kanawha in North Star Conference games played on the Kanawha floor Friday night. Both were close and hotly contested all the way. Spartanettes won the opener 32 to 28 playing possession ball in the final four minutes. They now have a 7-1 conference record and in a threeway first place tie with RockwellSwaledale and Boone Valley. This was eighth consecutive win for the Spartanettes. Sheffield-Chapin boys lost an overtime contest 69 to 65 after playing a good floor game, failing to connect with the bucket. After trailing most of the way by a close margin the Spartans closed in for a 60-60 final reading. The overtime went to the host club 9 to 5. With the score tied at 2, 4, 5, 11, 13, Spartanettes managed to hold the edge at quartertimes 7-5, 17-15, 2622 and final 32-28 for their eighth consecutive win. Kanawha girls held a two-point deficit going into the last four minutes of the game. Guard Karen Emhoff grabbed 16 rebounds to aid her teammates in the front court who found the hoop elusive. Leona Bruhn swished the nets with 5 doubles and 6 of 11 gift shots for 16 points and game scoring honors. Donna Foell added 6 points, Pam Atkinson and Bev Levitt each 5. Emhoff, Diane Grunhovd, Jane Frey and Linda Bonjour held down defensive posts. Emhoff doing a little better than usual in grabbing rebounds, having a 14 average and grabbing 16. The team made 11 from the field and 10 of 18 free throws. They were charged with 18 fouls. Big 6-4 Tim Delger and 6-2 Ken Ruther made the going rough in the rebounding department but Spartans managed a quarter time edge of 15-12 and held the edge until late in the second period when Kanawha knotted the
count at 27 and 29 before taking a 29-36 halftime advantage. The visitors closed the three-quarter edge to a single point 45-46, and trailed closely Ron Foell hitting with a 15-foot jump shot to tie the score at 60 and send the game into overtime. Delger with 30 points from 12 field goals and 6 of 8 gift shots held game scoring honors. Ruter found the hoop for 17 counters, Tom Betten 10, Harle and Jim Betten 10. The team made 29 doubles and 11 of 20 gift shots. They were charged with 14 fouls. Foell and Dick Larson, guards, each notched 20 points for the losers, Larson pumping in 10 from the field and Foell 6 with a perfect 8 free throws. Gary Heflin added 11 points, Butch Skovgard 9 and Schmalbeck 5. Rick Taylor did not connect. The team made 24 field goals and 17 of 22 free throws. They were charged with 15 fouls. Heflin pulled in 14 rebounds and Schmalbeck 13 with big competition for the ball off the boards. Spartans now have a 8-3 season record and a 6-2 conference report to rate second in the standings. Tonight, Thursday, Jan. 16, starting at 6:00 p.m., joint installation for officers of Sheffield Chapter Order of Eastern Star and Pearl Lodge A. F. & A. M. will be held in the Masonic Hall. Members of the Eastern Star are hostesses at the annual event this year. Election of officers for both lodges were held at their regular January meetings. Mrs. E. J. Froning will head the activities of the O. E. S. for the ensuing year. F. P. Edgington Jr., worshipful master elect, will preside over the Masonic fraternity. Order of Eastern Star officers are as follows: Mrs. E. J. Froning, worthy matron. Henry Buxton, worthy patron. Mrs. M. B. Rodemeyer, associate matron. Homer Pardum, associate patron. Imogene Gamm, secretary. Mrs. H. A. Buxton, treasurer. Mrs. Glenn Eddy of
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Swaledale, conductress. Mrs. Lynn Sorenson of Thornton, associate conductress. Officers-elect of Pearl Lodge A. F. & A. M. are as follows: Floyd P. Edgington Jr., worshipful master. Fred Schreiber, senior warden. Glenn B. Eddy, junior warden. Richard Froning, secretary. O. L. Endriss, treasurer. Mrs. Anna Moore and Evelyn have returned from a two week trip to San Diego, Calif., where they visited with relatives over the holidays. Larry Skeries, a student at Upper Iowa university, Fayette, was a visitor Saturday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Skeries. Friday evening visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron J. Heginger and Brenda were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Lubkeman and sons of Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stock spent Saturday evening with their son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stock, to help celebrate the birthday of their grandson, Roger Stock, on his 10th birthday anniversary. January 19, 1984 Members of the 1983-84 SheffieldChapin basketball cheerleaders and mascot are: Deb Schroeder, Marcy Smit, Lisa Atkinson, Kris Rust, Lisa Renberg, David brown, Jill Reser and Jani Atkinson. Beth Haring-Lee is the cheerleading Advisor. The Seventh Grade girls and boys of Sheffield-Chapin Community School completed an art contest during the first semester. The contest produced some winners. The winners were the Seventh Grade girls with a total of 23 points vs. the boyâ€™s score of 16 points. Both classes could earn points by finishing projects on time, getting all home work in and by working quietly during art class. The winners were Dee Foss, Tracy Haack, Rena Wilson, Dalene Griner, Kim Cox, Stacy Jorgensen, Cheryl Smit, Ranae Atkinson, Jamie Sheriff, Diane Dannen, Rhonda Smit, Jennifer Peters, Jamie Larson, DeAnne Severson, Melody McGurk and Diane Ewers. For the second time this season the CAL Cadets turned back the Sheffield-Chapin Spartans, this time by a 65-55 score. The loss dropped the Spartans to 4-2 in the North Star Conference. The first half was closely fought as each team held leads, S-C 13-12 after the first quarter, and CAL 31-30 at halftime. In the second half CAL managed to widen the lead but the Spartans fought hard and kept the game within reach. However, the Spartans finally fell short by ten points. Parrish Plagge was the Spartan offensive leader scoring 17 points, grabbing nine rebounds and three steals. Randy Larson had a career high 14 points, led the team in steals with five, and took three rebounds. Brian Smit finished with 10 points, three steals and three rebounds. Pete Lahner popped in six points, stole one pass and two bounds. Rick Larson registered two points and a steal. Brent Van Horn added two points, four rebounds, one steal. Mark Lockwood grabbed five caroms and Dale Koenisgberg had four points and one steal. The Spartans edged the taller Cadets in rebounds 28-26 and fewer turnovers 13 to 19. However, CAL connected on 62% of their field goal attempts to S-Câ€™s 40% field goal shooting. S-C bettered CAL from the charity lin making 14 tosses to 9. The Sheffield-Chapin Spartanettes avenged a loss that CAL dealt them prior to the Christmas break. S-C demoted the Cadets 6453. The contest started out slowly as S-C fell behind 9-2, but came
back to lead after one period 1210, expanded that lead to 27-19 at halftime, pushed it up a little more during the third period with a 4731 cushion, but CAL stormed back in the third phrase. However, the Spartanettes rode the storm out and put a lull in the eye of it, breezing home with the win. S-C hit on a fine 27-57 from the field for 47% and a nice 10-14 charity shots for 71%. Traci Prall put on a fine display of shooting as she managed 37 points, hitting 15-31 fielders and a perfect 7-7 charity shots. Lisa Heuberger hustled her way to 15 points, hitting 7-16 field goals and 1-5 gifters. Kris Peters, who was two timed most of the evening, broke loose for 12 points on 5 fielders and a perfect 2-2 freebies. Tonya Crotty led the defensive end with 11 big rebounds and three steals. Jeanne Heimer, in a helping out role, collected eight big bounds and five neat thefts. Kathy Smit chipped in with four off the boards and four steals. Kacy Bohach added two off the boards to round out the defensive stats. The guards played inspired ball, helped out, shut off crucial rallies and turned the ball over only four times. The win was a revenge as CAL had downed S-C earlier with a 28 point fourth quarter and a six point production by the locals, so it was a proving point for the local six. The win leaves S-C at 4-2 in North Star Conference action and 7-4 over all. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McLaughlin and Brian of Rockwell were Sunday afternoon, Jan. 15, visitors with her mother, Mrs. Harold Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davolt were Jan. 6-11, visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Cusumano at St. John, Mo., and with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eifert and girls at St. Anns, Mo. Doug entered a chess tournament at St. Louis University, and tied for 16th place. There were 66 entries. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Koch of Gilberstville were Sunday, Jan. 8, visitors with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dirksen. Dinner guests Sunday, Jan. 15, in the Donald Deam home were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kramer of Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jones and Grace Faber of Mason City. January 29, 1994
The Sheffield Press JANUARY 16, 2014 Sheffield, Iowa The annual Stockholderâ€™s Meet- Sara Ricke, Maria Deam, Melissa ing of Sunrise Homes, Inc., will Egertson. be held Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1994, Members of the S-C/M-T Freshat 8:00 p.m. in the Sheffield Public man Spartans team are Brandon Library Meeting Room. An elec- Lauffer, Aaron Siskow, Nathan tion of two directors will be held, Rusinack, Scott Lundt, Kevin for three-year terms each, with the Craighton, Collin Caffrey, Joey Adterms of Florence Emhoff and Del- ams, Jason Meyer, Adam Nelson, mar Koch expiring. Neither will Adam Taylor, Kyle Johnson, Matt be candidates for re-electon. Their Hartwig. Tom Wolf is the coach. input during their terms on the Mr. and Mrs. Willis Koenigsberg board has been greatly appreciated. were visitors Thursday evening Candidates for the two posts are: with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin KoenigsRobert brady, Dwight Conlon, Bob berg, rural Sheffield. Matthews and Emil Ubben. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. New officers of the Sheffield Se- Mark Symens, Michael and Zachnior Citizens for 1994 have been ary of Sheffield and Mr. and Mrs. elected. They are: President, Gerry Brian Symens, Elizabeth and BenjaEsslinger; Vice President, Ruth min of Latimer were supper guests Wiele; Secretary, Dorothy Riles; of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Symens. They Treasurer, Ruth Pinneke. Congre- helped Brian and Ron celebrate gate Meal Board members ar Flor- their birthday anniversaries. ence Emhoff, Dorothy Riles, and Tuesday evening of last week Luella Greenfield. Alternate is Ray Floyd and Arliss Greimann were in Nielsen. Della Schneider was ap- Sheffield to visit Bill and Sid Koch. pointed to serve as delegate to ElMonday Menâ€™s League standderbridge Agency on Aging for ings at Sheffield Lanes as of Jan. 10 1994. Dorothy Riles was appointed are as follows: Dieselâ€™s Lounge 1, on the Nutrition Board for Congre- Iowa Drainage, Yelland Insurance, gate Meal of Sheffield. Dieselâ€™s Lounge 2, Sheffield Lanes, Members of the Sheffield Lions United Bank & Trust Co., ShefClub who were presented Chev- field Auto Body. High Team Series rons for long-term membership â€“ Sheffield Lanes, 2,496; Dieselâ€™s in Lions at the annual Christmas Lounge 2, 2,491; Yelland Insurance, party held in December are: Del- 2,471. High Team game â€“ Sheffield mar Koch, 20-years; Matt Bechtel, Lanes, 892; Yelland Insurance, 867; 40-years; Jack Sheahan, 40-years; Dieselâ€™s lounge 2, 843. High InStan Bolk, 35-years; Dick Brown, didvidual Series â€“ Don Hall, 641; 10-years; Roger Madsen, 10-years; Dan Hubka, 617, Dylan McKee, Wm. F. Eno, 25-years; David Dan- 599. High Individual Game â€“ Dan nen, 25-years; Larry Lockwood, Hubka, 236; Don Hall, 236; Wayne 25-years. Brady, 212. Members of the S-C/M-T Varsity Mr. and Mrs. John Lage, Mr. and Basketball Cheerleaders are Kathy Mrs. Max Lage, and Mike Lage of Miller, Sonja Wimpelmann, Alison Mason City were Sunday dinner Bell, Jennifer Clark, Jane McLaugh- guests of Lou Heidkross in Sheflin, Sandy Ricke, Shawn Johnson, field. Jill Etnier. Members of the S-C/M-T Junior Varsity Spartans are Jason Adams, Aaron Siskow, Jon Pals, Scott Lundt, Todd Shreckengost, Josh Litterer, Collin Caffrey, Matt Hartwig, Adam Taylor, Peter Nelson, Brian Meyer, Nathan Dorenkamp, Curtis Wiseman, Adam Nelson, Joey Adams. Steve Ubben is the coach. Members of the S-C/M-T Freshman Spartanettes team are Lindsay Wymore, Lisa Pals, Danelle Stadtlander, Brooke Langlitz, Jennifer Waddingham, Tara Kelley, Ida Podlecki, Stacie Peter, Rachel Rust,
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JANUARY 16, 2014 Sheffield, Iowa
Fallout from Franâ€™s freak-out
-XVW7DONLQÂˇ %\-= Itâ€™s been a good week! I can tell . . . because Iâ€™m still here to write about it! Actually there hasnâ€™t been anything dramatic happening . . . a huge plus. Keeping busy trying to stay ahead of the game . . . successfully thus far. I put up with another short bout of the flu last Tuesday/ Wednesday. According to my bathroom scale . . . I lost almost five pounds. (Need I say more!) Been busy working on the newer press. I wouldnâ€™t say I have it mastered as of yet . . . but I havenâ€™t had to call anyone for help. I have a job on it right now that requires changing printing plates 14 times. I actually spend more time changing plates than it takes to print the jobs. (I know that probably means nothing to you . . . but it takes up space telling about it!) Anyway . . . itâ€™s quite time consuming . . . but nearly finished. And without a problem so far. Probably never should have said that! Home . . . just the same old routine there. I did cook (microwave) something Tuesday evening. It was shortly after that that I got sick! Now you know why I donâ€™t cook! By Wednesday morning I was pretty much over it . . . but getting out of bed was a major chore! And I hurt everywhere. But Wednesdays
I spend part of the day on the road delivering papers in the local area . . . so I told myself I feel better and got the job done. By Thursday all was normal once again. Saturday up early and off to Altoona. I hadnâ€™t seen them since Christmas. I canâ€™t believe how much the Little Lid changes in just a couple of weeks! Especially getting taller. And old Papa can hardly lift her anymore! It also amazes me how she can play with her iPod (I think thatâ€™s what itâ€™s called!). I realize that most youngsters can do this . . . but itâ€™s kind of humbling to see them do it! Iâ€™m still having trouble figuring out what my telephone can do! Anyway, we had fun, then out for lunch, back home for a while, and then it was time for a nap. (I still think itâ€™s her mother that needs the nap!) Stopped at a couple of antique malls on the way home. I like to go through them and see the things we had when I was a kid. Kindaâ€™ verifies that Iâ€™m an antique, too! Maybe even more like a primitive! Sunday was a day spent around the house doing the things that maids do. Late afternoon headed to Mason City for some needed items and supper. And so ends another week in my life. Be good, Kids+! Itâ€™s Showtime!
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Everyone loves a villain, and last week that villain proved to be head Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery. The fourth-year coach was ejected from the Hawkeyesâ€™ Jan. 5 matchup against Wisconsin when he received back-to-back technicals after completely blowing up on the gameâ€™s officials. His first came after he screamed at a referee, and the next came seconds later when he bumped into another official during his prolonged tirade. The incident led to a one-game suspension for the coach and a $10,000 fine for the University of Iowa. The meltdown created a lot of fodder for blog websites, sports shows and the fan base. As an Iowa fan, I canâ€™t say I was too proud of Franâ€™s toddler-like fit. It cast a negative light on the program, and his ejection played a huge role in the outcome of that game. Wisconsin made five of the six free-throw attempts they received from the two technicals, and Iowa wound up losing 75-71.
Franâ€™s freak-out was unwarranted, aggravating and simply embarrassing. I got more than my fair share of comments from Iowa State fans throughout the week ribbing me about the incident. However, I was quick to remind them that their criticisms were like the pot calling the kettle black. â€œYeah, Fran looked sort of like Paul Rhoads out there spazzing out,â€? Iâ€™d respond, referencing ISUâ€™s animated head football coach. Itâ€™s a different sport, but whatever â€“ I needed a comeback. I wonâ€™t defend McCafferyâ€™s Jan. 5 antics, but his suspension and subsequent one-game absence got me thinking about how far Iowaâ€™s basketball program has come under his direction. Heâ€™s brash and hated by the opposition, but his tenure
â€œLet the games beginâ€? is our motto for the Cribbage Den men. We always start with finger tip pushups to enable our dealing to be precise and accurate. Oh my can you truly imagine these old guys doing finger tip pushups, I mean goodness just using the fingers is a problem. We sincerely wamble while switching from table to table but we usually make it. The men and I refer to them as such because they truly were at one time, and old man time has taken its toll and they are just amblers now. As we finish our conditioning drills our hearts are pounding, our breathing rapid which in turns prepares us for battle. Iâ€™m hoping somehow these have a tad of mot in them so off we go like an elephant trying to catch a gazelle. Ronnie one Symens type was sitting next to Dally boy Slagle and Slag kept pegging like crazy off Ronnie boy. Finally Ron blurted, yup blurted out, â€œDag nab it Slage you are a real pain in the patoot.â€? Now if themâ€™s words in Mr. Websterâ€™s Iâ€™ll be dag nabbed. Roger Madsen assisted by his
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wife Shirley surprised us with some homemade ice cream. Roger admitted he just added the salt and Shirley cranked it all by hand, wow whatta woman. Oh I guess she did just plug it in. It was received with open mouths and topped off with Willie Wee Will Rustâ€™s cake, well Iâ€™m sure Anita made it and it was as awesome as the ice cream. Wilbur probably would try turning it out on the lathe! There were countless headaches from the dumb dummies eating it too fast, youâ€™d think after 70 years one would know better, nope not this group right Dally! Garth Gary perch Nelson was waiting for his brain to thaw out after fishing in South Dakota in sub zero temps. He couldnâ€™t remember when it was his turn to play, when it was his turn to deal and couldnâ€™t even count to 2. Yup right in there thatâ€™s a fact however this congenial group helped him along like a crutch to a man with a broken leg. We are rarely comporting, and it adds nothing but spice to our games. Billy Bober Nolte and Davey Boy Levitt came up with the same answer to a difficult question and they beamed from ear to ear as they both were in the C section and hardly capable of that. However, miracles do happen especially with this group. Davey Boy left a little early and upon departing strolled over to Dally Slagle and said; â€œThis has been a perfect day Dall as I did not have to play with you.â€? Dallas just said; â€œGood bye David donâ€™t let the door hit you ahhhh you know here on your way out.â€? So as Mr. Bazinga rings my door bell, and as one of my teachers told me that if I was any more stupid theyâ€™d have to water me twice a week. My high school principal told me that I set low personal standards and consistently failed to achieve them. Oh one of the boys told me that tibia is a country in Africa. Okay Iâ€™m outta here like a man rowing a leaking boat headed for shore. BAZINGA!
with the Hawkeyes has given the team a shot in the arm and revived a once-dormant program. The difference between McCaffery and his predecessor, Todd Lickliter, are light-years apart. First foremost, Fran actually wins games. Lickliter only compiled 38 victories during his three-year stint at Iowa. Second, even in defeat, McCafferyâ€™s teams are fun to watch and keep things competitive. Lickliterâ€™s teams were typically out of it 5 minutes after tipoff, and his sluggish offense made the game even more unbearable â€“ it was like watching grass grow even when the Hawks won. I think McCafferyâ€™s fiery passion are what make him so endearing to us Hawkeye fans. Itâ€™s such a contrast from Lickliter, and itâ€™s just nice to see somebody who visibly cares about whatâ€™s going on out there on the court. I understand that his antics might be grating and annoying to other fan bases â€“ I feel the exact same way about many other rival coaches (cough, cough, Paul
Rhoads, cough). I guess itâ€™s sort of an â€œeye of the beholderâ€? type thing. As made obvious by the Jan. 5 incident, passion (or, rage) can get the best of Fran. I hate to admit it, but I really do admire ISUâ€™s head basketball coach Fred Hoiberg. I respect what heâ€™s done in Ames as both a coach and player, and he definitely brings an added measure of class to that program. He wins, and he keeps a cool head doing it. Cyclones fans might not mirror that same mentality towards McCaffery, but at the very least youâ€™ve got to respect him for bringing the Hawkeyes back from the doldrums. The annual match-up between Iowa and ISU is competitive again, which couldnâ€™t be said for a long while. Itâ€™s just good to see the programs excelling on the national stage at the same time â€“ its brings pride to the state and gives fans a chance to rib each other throughout the season, not just when they play each other. I wonâ€™t condone Franâ€™s spaz-outs, but Iâ€™m not going to completely chide them either. Iowa reeled of a two-straight wins following his ejection including a huge road victory against No. 3 Ohio State on Sunday. If thatâ€™s going to be the case, Iâ€™ll let Fran rant, rave, and scream all he wants no matter how much grief I get from you Cyclone fans out there. Nick Pedley is the editor of the Hampton Chronicle.
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JANUARY 16, 2014 Sheffield, Iowa
MAGISTRATE COURT The following actions were resolved recently in Franklin County Magistrate Court: â€¢ Miguel Angel Leyva-Sosa, 27, Hampton, pled guilty on January 9 to disorderly conduct and public intoxication. Leyva-Sosa was fined $100 plus 35% surcharge and $60 in costs for each charge. Case was filed on December 8 by the Hampton Police Department. SMALL CLAIMS Judgments of small claims filed re-
cently in the district court for Franklin County included: â€¢ Delana Wright vs. Rachael Foust, Hampton. Judgment for the plaintiff on January 9 in the amount of $1,568.85 with 2.12% interest and costs. Case was filed on October 14 for non-payment of rent and related expenses. MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage license applications filed recently in the Franklin County Recorderâ€™s Office included: â€¢ Ryan Dean Card, 36, Hampton
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The Sheffield Press
JANUARY 16, 2014 Sheffield, Iowa
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Fran Young’s RETZ FUNERAL HOME
Let’s discuss a subject no one wants to talk about, but one that we feel is too important to ignore… pre-need funeral arrangements for your family. There are numerous reasons that pre-need planning is a wise thing to do. Topmost would be the comfort you will be giving your loved ones that would be left behind to deal with these heart breaking choices. Pre-need planning will definitely help those you leave behind. In the spirit of love for each other I urge you to sit down together with the people at Retz Funeral Home and make the final plans for each member of your household. Discuss favorite songs, scriptures, poems, personal
choices and ways to express how unique each person is. Don’t be left to make those decisions by yourself. You will be comforted by knowing the service that honors your loved one is just what they wanted. Their final tribute and ceremony will reflect just who they are. Believe me when I say you don’t want to put it off because tragedy can happen… often suddenly, and that’s not a good time to be forced to make spur of the moment decisions. When you are in shock you can easily overlook small details that later you regret not having made. You would be amazed at all the intricate details that go into planning a funeral. But, the people at Retz Funeral Home know. It’s their life’s work.
They have chosen to be prepared to help people through the most devastating time of their life, and they do it with dignity, gentleness and a real concern for people. Their services are always appropriate to the deceased, meaningful for the family and affordable. We suggest you call Retz Funeral Home at 107 2nd St in Thornton (641998-2311), 201 Ohio in Meservey (3586105), 203 Maple in Sheffield (8924241) or Greene and Marble Rock. Fred and Nancy Retz have a well respected reputation among their friends, neighbors and community. It’s a reputation built on trust and genuine caring. Look them over at www.retzfh.com for more information.
We are happy to give Kevin Craighton of Craighton Electric the recognition he deserves for the way he “lights” up our lives. You never know when you are going to need emergency electric service, and you can’t be without electric even for a short time. Kevin is on call all the time giving the folks who depend on him expert reliable electric service. When you need an electrician that you can be sure will do the job right we suggest you call Craighton Electric in Sheffield at 641892-8038 or Kevin’s cell 641-425-2606. We are certain you’ll like the way he does business.
Homeowners, farmers, businesses and industries throughout North Iowa are the ones who benefit from the way Craighton Electric knows how to provide such reliable service. Kevin has years of experience, so he’ll know just how to handle any electric problem you have. Kevin gives his undivided attention to every job. Besides expert service the most beneficial commodity Kevin offers is his word. He’ll give you the straight facts. Kevin’s integrity gives you the assurance that you need that your wiring will be done right. When want to add on a room, your’re doing any remodeling or new construction, have GFCI outlets
or security lights installed, update your old wiring, get a larger service panel, call Craighton Electric. Kevin can help you with your plans and make suggestions based on experience. Then he’ll do the work and make your dreams come to reality. And you’ll find that his rates are very competitive, just another benefit. We recommend that you call Craighton Electric without hesitation because we know you can feel good about doing business with this local contractor. Kevin is committed to proving the kind of service that he can be proud of and that his customers appreciate… and that’s just what he does.
I think we would all agree that nothing lifts the spirits quicker than a visit to the beauty salon. Fortunately for us Deb’s Hair & Nail Care is right here in Sheffield so we don’t have to travel far to get “pampered”. Another big “plus” that going to Deb’s Hair & Nail Care at 202 Thompson in Sheffield offers is that Deb Barkema has “big city” skills and small town prices. That’s really something to get excited about. You’ll be able to keep your “new growth” from showing, or pick out a new color to put some zest in your life as often as you’d like, or get your nails done. And, let’s face it, when you know you look good it just makes you feel great.
Deb’s Hair & Nail Care is just the place to go. She keeps up on the newest trends in hair styles so you’ll leave her shop looking your best and feeling good. Deb provides every service you need including perms, high lights, low lights and deep conditioning. With her experience you’ll be able to get as creative as you want. She has a special talent for giving you just the right hair cut that suits your personality and life style. She also gives great manicures and does artificial nails as well. We’d like to mention that the right hair products really do make a difference in keeping your hair healthy and in top condition. Deb’s carries a wide variety of top quality products
just right for your hairs particular needs, and yes, you’re worth it. Deb deserves all the pats on the back we’ve given her. You will really appreciate all the personal attention she gives you. It is obvious just how dedicated she is to making sure her patrons are happy. If you’ve looking in the mirror lately and decided it’s time for a change... don’t panic, take our advice, call Deb’s Hair & Nail Care at 641892-4277 and make an appointment. You’ll be really glad you did. Going to Deb’s Hair & Nail Care can help you make the difference in looking “so so” or sooooooooooo great.
DEB’S HAIR & NAIL CARE
When a store has gained such a loyal following through the years… like McCloskey Appliance at 1647 N. Federal Ave in Mason City has, then you’ve just got to know that the merchandise they carry and the service they give is what has made their reputation over the last 23 years. That’s certainly the case at this local appliance store. It’s also the reason that they have expanded to bring their incredible service to the Garner area at their store at 360 State St in Garner. At both locations they have a huge selection of appliances… all the latest models and features… and they’re all priced right… just the cherry on the cake. We urge you to check them out
soon. It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, Mom can always appreciate the newest conveniences. Maybe she’s tired of the refrigerator freezing things in one area or not cold enough in another, or her old oven that burns everything… well you get the point. Go ahead and make her day and stop at McCloskey Appliance. If you’re going to be a bride then you’ll definitely want to shop at McCloskey Appliance for your appliances. You’re smart to buy the best to begin with so you’ll get years and years of use. McCloskey Appliance has great prices on refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, microwaves, freezers… every appliance you’ll
need to make your first home together beautiful and comfortable. And everything is top quality with names you’ll recognize like Whirlpool, Amana, KitchenAid, JennAir, and in Garner they carry Maytag as well. Plus, McCloskey Appliance offers an expert and efficient repair service too. Give them a call at 641-423-7969, 641-923-4748 or 800435-1916. If you’re in the market for new appliances McCloskey Appliance is the place to go. They’re only a few sMILES away so stop by and get treated to great service by folks that really do treat you right.
Sheffield Care Center has an admirable standard for those that enter their doors. That standard is to “Celebrate life”. For their staff it’s an ongoing attitude that begins on their first day of work when they are encouraged to make a positive difference each day in the lives of their residents. From that point, staff meetings teach them how their mission to “positively influence each life they touch” doesn’t allow for judgment or opinions to affect the value that they give each life that becomes part of their organization, either as a resident, their family, or the delivery person who brings in bread each
week. This unique approach to staff training resident care creates an environment where the residents are not only cared for, but becomes part of their daily life as they help them to look past limitations and find those aspects of their life that they can enjoy. The relationships between the staff and residents are just as significant as the medical services they provide. With this combination they are able to meet the high standards that they hold. In addition to these aspects of daily life; Sheffield Care Center at 100 Bennett Drive in Sheffield (641-892-4691) is a skilled nursing facility that pro-
vides therapy and rehab programs for residents and on an outpatient basis too, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. Whether a person needs short or long term skilled nursing services; their approach to each day with a focus on celebrating life enhances their medical program and elevates their quality care to a level that supersedes most people’s expectations of a nursing home experience. When you’re searching for the best home for yourself or someone you love, it is with great joy that we encourage you to stop by Sheffield Care Center. Join them in their efforts to make each day the very best it can be.
Let’s get right down to where the “rubber meets the road” and talk about tires. And then let’s talk about the best place to go to get just about anything, or any brand of tires you want at the most competitive prices around… Jon’s Auto & Truck Repair at 202 E. Gilman St in Sheffield (641892-4260). It just makes good sense to buy new tires. After all, your tires are all that’s between you and a slick wet road, and good tires are even more important when the roads are icy, or it’s snowing. Perhaps you already know that you need to replace tires on your light truck or passenger vehicles. Well then, your next step would be to make sure
you go to Jon’s Auto & Truck Repair where their experience and dedication to service equal the quality of the tires they sell and the auto and truck repair service they provide. At Jon’s Auto & Truck Repair they have earned loyal customers through the years just because of the high caliber of service they provide. We all spend a lot of time in our vehicles so when your vehicle is not running right, or at all remember that Jon gives great service on computerized alignments, brakes, ball joints, struts, tune-ups and your regular maintenance and oil changes. If your “front end” is shaking while you’re going down the road don’t wait another
minute, go to Jon’s for an alignment. He’s got alignment equipment that is better, faster and has the latest technology. We’d like to take this time to remind you to go take a good look at the tread on your tires, and on any vehicle you and your family drive. If the tread is getting thin don’t put off getting new tires, like we said before, when the road conditions are hazardous… and they frequently are… you don’t want to have any regrets that you didn’t get tires when you should have, especially since Jon’s Auto & Truck Repair keeps their tires and service priced right.
Bargain hunters and collectors rejoice! When you’re looking for a place that has an incredible selection all you need to do is go to Tull’s New & Used Store at 113 East St in Sheffield (641-892-4137)... they’ve truly “got it all”. Tull’s New & Used Store has been the delight of everyone who has discovered this “gem” of a shop. And because of their personal attention and wonderful selection they will, no doubt, continue to become more popular as the years go on. You’re sure to “bump” into someone you know when you go shopping at Tull’s New & Used Store. That’s because they too
have discovered this wonderful shop that is “filled to the brim” with wonderful things to look at. Their stock is talked about by people from all over. We invite you to go look over their fine selection. With 3 large buildings: 1 with all used furniture, 2 with new and used, it will take awhile. Their selection doesn’t end with furniture… they’ve got electronics, TV’s, touch lamps, framed art, knick knacks, gifts and lots of unique pieces. They are filled with so much to look at and choose from you’ll want to plan on spending lots of time. You will be sure to find something to ignite your decorating imagination or something
you’ll fall in “love” with. If you want your home to be as individual as you are, then you should stop in at Tull’s New & Used Store then it will be. With their great prices you can make your home comfortable, or turn it into a showcase with the delightful variety they have on display. For an adventure in shopping, and the best selection when you’re looking for unique pieces to decorate or furnish your home, we are happy to recommend Tull’s New & Used Store... a truly unique shopping experience.
SHEFFIELD CARE CENTER
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TULL’S NEW & USED STORE
Laurie & Jerry Donnenwerth, Owners When you’re ready to update or modernize let’s get “creative” and talk about cabinets. Let’s talk about how useful they are in kitchens, laundry rooms, dens, rec rooms, home offices, downtown offices… well as you can see you can get really creative when you’re thinking of all the places cabinets would be an asset. You can virtually let your imagination run wild. Now that you’re all excited about the cabinets you want, let’s go to the next step… who to call to make your dreams come true. That’s easy… just call Creative Cabinets at 641-892-4022
CREATIVE CABINETS or stop in at 124 S. 1st Street in Sheffield. Laurie and Jerry Donnenwerth will work with you to take the vision you have and make it happen. You’ll be amazed how beautiful and useful your new cabinets from Creative Cabinets will be. They take great pride in their workmanship and it shows. To top off their work they also install Corian, quartz and granite solid surface countertops… very beautiful and durable. So when you want to make your kitchen… or any other room… a showcase, just call Creative Cabinets. Then set back and wait for the compliments. Creative Cabinets is well known throughout Northern Iowa. Their
notoriety is a result of their years of excellent work. They are responsible for producing beautiful and well built cabinets, just ask their many satisfied customers. And of course, new cabinets from Creative Cabinets always add value to any building they are installed in, from homes to offices. Their cabinets not only look good, they’re a great investment. After all your friends get done oohing and aahing they’ll all be asking you where you got those awesome cabinets, then you can do the same thing we do and tell everyone you know about Creative Cabinets.
Sponsored by: Dr. Eric Wagner Going to the dentist now is not like it was in the “old days” and that’s due to all the advances in technology and techniques. We can assure you that Dr. Eric Wagner will make you comfortable through whatever procedure you’re having done. It’s also true that you’ll really do your children a big favor if you start them off early with regular appointments. Their teeth will definitely benefit and they won’t be anxious when it’s time for their annual check-ups and cleaning like some folks are. You’re wise to make regular dental
appointments for yourself and your family for cleaning and check-ups as you can prevent a lot of dental problems from starting or becoming worse through neglect. It just doesn’t make good sense to wait to see a dentist if you’ve been experiencing any dental pain, or have crowded or crooked teeth, bleeding or tender gums or cavities. Perhaps you have put off calling for an appointment because you’re one of the people that are uneasy about dental visits period. Well, we are happy to say that there is a local dentist who understands “Dental Anxiety” and who goes out
of his way to reassure his patients and see that they are comfortable and at ease while giving them expert dental care and that’s Dr. Eric Wagner in Sheffield. When you want to have the confidence that you are calling on a professional and compassionate dentist, one that has a gentle touch and years of experience we are happy to have the opportunity to recommend you call Wagner Dental Clinic at 213 Gilman in Sheffield at 641-892-4898. Remember if you neglect your teeth you can kiss your smile good-bye… so brush, and floss, and see your dentist often.
A name that stands out as a leader in our area since 1963 is Sukup Mfg. In our opinion this family-owned manufacturer has done more than their share to aid in our growth and development. We feel this is true because they provide employment opportunities for many of our local people, over 550. That alone makes them a cornerstone in our financial community. The excellent grain handling equipment they manufacture is just the icing on the cake. You would have to look very hard to find a more community minded firm than Sukup Mfg. The prosperity and growth that our area enjoys is a direct result of their being a part
of the financial strength of the many people who come in contact with Sukup Mfg in Sheffield (641-8924222) through employment and the many dealers throughout the US that distribute and sell their grain bins & dryers, material handling equipment, and steel buildings for farm and commercial use. We suggest you visit their website at sukup.com for more information on this amazing company. Their management team is more than competent and it is due to their excellent management capabilities, and dedication of their employees, that Sukup Mfg continues to uphold their high standard of quality in the
grain handling equipment and steel buildings they manufacture. They are deserving of praise for so many reasons including their contribution toward the growth of our area through the many projects they have started or are involved in locally. We, the authors of this Review, are proud to add our thanks to Sukup Mfg for being part of our community. Their position in the growth of our area is more than adequate reason to give them the recognition they deserve. Our hats are off to Sukup Mfg… they are leading the way and building our future.
Those of us who live in the “Heartland” know about good oldfashioned values like hard work, integrity, being frugal, and freedom to make choices. We’re happy to say that Auto Edge in Denison lives by those values. At Auto Edge at 4750 4th St SW in Mason City (641-423-1393) their word is as good as gold, and they’ve got very competitive prices. Auto Edge has lots of great top of the line vehicles to choose from with names you can trust. They’ll have a car, truck or SUV that will be just what you’re looking for. You’ll love their service
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When people are looking for the home of their dreams, or wondering about the best way to sell theirs, they obviously have many questions and concerns… where to look, how to find the home that meets their needs and price range, how to handle the paperwork, and that’s just for starters. Fortunately we have one local agency to answer these questions and take care of these needs and that’s Abbott Realty at 2 1st Street Northwest in Hampton (641-456-4707). Choosing a real estate agency is a big decision. You need a realtor who will protect your interests, real people you know and can trust. After all, these decisions will affect the
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you’re talking with a friend, or a neighbor, someone who knows you, and who understands your perspective. You’re also talking to an experienced real estate professional, one who is going to work hard for you. Abbott Realty offers a wide range of tools to help buyers and sellers. They believe in meeting your expectations in every way possible. When you want to buy or sell real estate we urge you to contact Abbott Realty. We can assure you that you’re wise to do so. Log on to hamptoniowarealestate. com and you’ll be impressed. Be sure to sign up for their montly newsletter or “like” them on Facebook.
First Security Bank & Trust is committed to financial literacy as a way of life. “We sponsor the EVERFI program to 7 of our area high schools,” commented Kim Groh, First Security VP/Branch Manager. EVERFI is an online financial literacy program associated with the I Have a Plan initiative. It is designed to provide students with real world skills in savings, banking, managing credit, obtaining financial aid, renting an apartment, taxes, insurance, and investing. There are ten modules followed by a simulation which requires approximately six hours to complete. EVERFI is also aligned with the Financial Literacy standards of the Iowa Core Curriculum. Randy Bohman, liaison for First Security coordinates and works with each school to guide implementation. “Our goals are to provide assistance and support from beginning to certification of each student in each school,” remarks First Security’s Randy Bohman. “We also feel it is important to recognize those student who have completed it by facilitating a certificate ceremony.” In 2012 First Security expanded their sponsorship of financial literacy to include The Vault™- Understanding Money. This new financial literacy platform, geared toward students 4th through 6th grade, empowers children to start cultivating good financial habits early. The program will be offered and implemented in 10 local
schools at no cost to the school. “The Vault™- Understanding Money is an incredible new learning tool that appropriately brings financial concepts to life for young children,” said Bohman of First Security. First Security completed the circle of financial literacy this year by introducing an adult program called Common Cent$. This new adult financial literacy program is now available to parents, first time homebuyers, college students, newlyweds and any First Security customer with the desire to become financially savvy. This is also a web-based program designed to be a resource on important financial topics such as savings, mortgages, credit scores/reports, financing higher education and more. The program is organized into eight easy-to-navigate modules that gives the user the flexibility to learn at their own pace whenever it is convenient. “First Security believes it is imperative for all generations to be equipped with financial skills,” commented Groh. “These interactive, self-paced online programs will help develop critical life skills that will be valuable for lifelong financial success.” Innovative mobile technologies and new competitive products were introduced in 2013. The year began with implementation of an iPhone App, a new full-featured mobile banking platform called Mobile Money, Mortgagebot online mortgage lending, entry into social media as a market-
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He gets more attentive dale, damaged numerous law en- in his sniffing.â€? forcement vehicles as he tried to Sarge eventually made his way evade his pursuers, even ramming into the truck and continued the one vehicle head-on during the search. Blau said the cramped chase. Officers eventually disabled space made it difficult, but the dog Hamblyâ€™s truck and arrested him gave the tell-tale sign indicating on a long list of charges. the presence of narcotics once he â€œYou typically donâ€™t see this made his way back outside â€“ he many vehicles involved, but itâ€™s sat down and froze until he was not out of the ordinary for vehicles dismissed by Blau. to sustain damages,â€? said Iowa â€œIt was everywhere,â€? Blau said State Patrol Lieutenant Dan Schaf- of the alleged methamphetamine. fer. â€œBasically, we think he [Hambly] The chase began in southern Ma- opened up the baggie and threw son City when officers attempted it everywhere. It would have to pull Hambly over during a traf- worked â€“ I didnâ€™t even see it. It fic stop. The Mason City officers would have never been found if it stopped their pursuit of Hambly, wasnâ€™t for the dog.â€? instead opting to alert other law Blau explained that methamenforcement entities as he fled the phetamine is extremely difficult to city. differentiate from ice or other clear Schaffer said an Iowa State Patrol material. vehicle picked up the chase when â€œWhen you find that piece of an officer spotted Hamblyâ€™s truck meth, it looks just like glass,â€? he driving near Swaledale. Officers said. attempted many pursuit-intervenBlau said the material field-testtion tactics, but the size of Ham- ed positive for methamphetamine, blyâ€™s truck made things difficult. but more tests are needed to fully Four of the five Iowa State Patrol prove its validity. vehicles involved in the chase susThe chase resulted in a long list tained damage and two were com- of charges for Hambly, who had pletely disabled, Schaffer said. two warrents out for his arrest in The chase wound its way Butler and Grundy counties for through the countryside on many alleged probation violations. Acgravel roads. An officer from the cording to Schaffer, Hambly was Cerro Gordo County Sheriffâ€™s Of- charged with Interference with fice and an officer from the Frank- Official Acts; Possession of Methlin County Sheriffâ€™s Office even- amphetamine, Second Offense; tually joined the pursuit, which Assault on a Peace Officer with a ended somewhere on Balsam Av- Deadly Weapon; two counts of Assault While Participating in Felony enue just north of Dows. According to Schaffer, Hambly Eluding; Speeding; Stop Sign Vioentered a field near the road to- lation; Felony Eluding; Stopping wards the end of the chase and on a Traveled Portion of the Road; was followed by law enforce- Leaving the Scene of a Property ment. The officerâ€™s vehicle came Damage Accident; and Driving to a stop, and Hambly allegedly Under Suspicion. Hambly is being held on a rammed the vehicle with the front $25,000 bond for Franklin County of his truck and exited the field. Hamblyâ€™s rampage finally came in the Hardin County jail. Law ento an end once he got back on forcement officials said the scale of the roadway. Two officers used a the chase was frightening, but they stopping technique to disable the were happy nobody was injured truck, and Hambly was arrested during the incident. In addition to the Iowa State and taken into custody after brief Patrol cars, Cerro Gordo County resistance, Schaffer said. â€œEvery pursuit our officers are Sheriff Kevin Pals said one of their involved with carries risk. Our vehicles sustained around $4,000 goal is to minimize that risk for the in damages, and Franklin County citizens, officers, and the suspect,â€? officials said some damage was done to one of their patrol vehicles. said Schaffer. â€œIt sounds like it was quite the The chase ended, but the day was far from over. Franklin Coun- donnybrook,â€? said Franklin County Sheriff Deputy Adam Blau and ty Sheriff Larry Richtsmeier. his drug-sniffing dog Sarge were
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West Fork girls survive in OT ST. ANSGAR â€“ Sydney Shreckengost scored 21 and Courtney Larson added 19 before fouling out as the West Fork girls basketball team outlasted St. Ansgar in an overtime road test, 53-50 on Tuesday, Jan. 8. The Saints rallied from 10 down to force overtime, but had one of its top players, Kelsie Willert, who helped force the overtime foul out in the extra period as the Warhawks outscored St. Ansgar 5-2 for the final. Taylor Logan, who finished with nine points, was key after Larson fouled out, scoring 7-of-8 from the free throw line, including seven in the fourth quarter. West Fork handed St. Ansgar its first conference loss in taking the victory. West Fork 53, St. Ansgar 50, OT West Fork (6-1, 3-1) â€“ Taylor Logan 1-4 7-8 9; Courtney Larson 8-11 3-4 19; Cailey Weaver 0-0 0-0 0; Mickee Guritz 2-6 0-0 4, Kelsey Nierengartern 0-2 0-0 0; Madison Shreckengost 0-1 0-0 0, Anne Jorgensen 0-0 0-2 0; Sydney Shreckengost 7-11 4-12 21; Kaitlyn Liekweg 0-2 0-1 0. Totals 18-37 14-27 53. St. Ansgar (7-3, 3-1) â€“ Autumn Brigham 5-10 3-4 14; Maddy Elbes 0-0 0-0 0; Alex Patterson 0-1 0-0 0; Natalie Halfman 1-8 2-2 4; Emily Ehlke 1-4 0-0 2; Amelia Koster 0-1 0-0 0; Olivia Bisbee 4-6 3-5 11; Kelsie Willert 6-13 3-4 19; Ashley Frodl 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-43 1115 50.
Third-rated Warhawks trounce Mason City SHEFFIELD â€“ Class 4A unranked Mason City was no match for the Class 2A No. 3 West Fork boys basketball team on Saturday night. Sam Amsbaugh recorded a double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds in the Warhawksâ€™ 63-39 victory over the Mohawks. Drew Engebretson added 11 points while hitting 2-of-4 from beyond the 3-point line while Spencer Halloran led the way with five assists and a pair of steals in the runaway victory for West Fork. Hunter Myers also dished out four assists and came up with two more steals. By halftime, West Fork held a 29-17 advantage and never looked back. Mason City out-rebounded the Warhawks by the narrowest of margins, 31-30, but got its most production out of Matt Meyer with seven points and eight rebounds before he fouled out of the game. West Fork 63, Mason City 39 Mason City (2-6, 0-5) â€“ Tristan Bernhard 1-3 0-0 2; Cody Harmon 1-1 0-0 2; Quentin Jones 0-0 1-4 1; Alex Rier 0-0 0-0 0; Austin Hemmen 2-3 0-0 5; Matt Danielson 4-10 0-0 10; Matt Meyer 3-9 1-3 7; Jared Lichman 2-3 0-1 4; Wyatt Cooper 2-2 0-2 4; Jareese Williams 1-10 2-2 4. Totals 16-41 4-12 39. West Fork (8-0, 5-0) â€“ Zach Greimann 0-0 0-0 0; Austin Neff 0-2 1-2 1; Hunter Myers 2-3 1-2 8; Spencer Halloran 3-11 2-4 8; Sam Amsbaugh 10-16 4-8 25; Drew Engebretson 3-5 3-4 11; Markus Wogen 0-2 0-0 0; Evan Sprung 4-10 0-2 8; Cody Wegner 0-0 0-0 0; Gunnar Myers 0-0 0-0 0; Collin Schoning 0-0 0-2 0; Jacob Kuhlmeier 2-4 1-2 5. Totals 24-53 9-12 63. Mason City 13 4 11 11 39 West Fork 19 16 12 16 - 69
Three point goals â€“ MC 3-14 (Danielson 2-5, Hemmen 1-2, Bernhard 0-1, Williams 0-5); WF 3-9 (Amsbaugh 1-1, Engebretson 2-4, H. Myers 0-1, Neff 0-1, Halloran 0-2). Rebounds â€“ MC 31, 9 off., 12 def. (Meyer 8, Cooper 6, Harmon 3, Jones 2, Hemmen 2, Danielson 2, Williams 2, Team 2, Bernhard); West Fork 30, 16 off. 14 def. (Amsbaugh 12, Engebretson 5, Sprung 5, Kuhlmeier 5, Halloran 2, H. Myers). Assists â€“ MC 8 (Williams 3, Hemmen 2, Bernhard, Danielson, Meyer); WF 13 (Halloran 5, Myers 4, Engebretson 2, Amsbaugh, Kuhlmeier). Steals â€“ MC 7 (Williams 3, Harmon 2, Bernhard, Hemmen); WF 10 (Amsbaugh 2, H. Myers 2, Halloran 2, Neff, G. Myers). Blocks â€“ MC 4 (Meyer, Lichman, Cooper, Wiliams); WF 3 (Amsbaugh 2, Engebretson). Total fouls â€“ MC 20, WF 17. Fouled out â€“ MC, Meyer.
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West Fork 73, St. Ansgar 46 West Fork (6-0, 4-0) â€“ Zach Greimann 0-0 0-0 0; Austin Neff 4-9 0-0 9; Hunter Myers 5-7 0-0 12; Spencer Halloran 3-7 5-5 11; Sam Amsbaugh 9-11 1-6 20; Drew Engebretson 1-3 0-0 2; Markus Wogen 1-4 0-0 2; Evan Sprung 4-4 0-0 8; Cody Wegner 0-1 0-0 0; Deven Heitland 0-1 0-0 0; Kyle Schulz 0-1 0-0 0; Logan Plagge 1-1 1-2 3; Peyton Twedt 1-2 0-0 2; Collin Schoning 0-1 0-0 0; Jacob Kuhlmeier 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 31-54 7-13 73. St. Ansgar (3-6, 1-3) â€“ Bobby Patterson 0-4 0-0 0; Sawyer Dalluge 3-5 0-0 7; Scott Sievert 2-4 0-0 5; Bret Williams 3-9 0-0 9; Kyle Hanson 3-5 0-0 7; Jared Kramer 1-2 2-2 4; Chase McCurdy 0-2 0-0 0; Dustin Heimer 0-0 0-0 0; Clint Huemann 2-3 2-3 6; Connor Gordon 0-0 0-0 0; Austin Rysavy 1-1 0-0 2; Adam Haynes 1-1 0-0 2; Bryce Ubben 0-4 1-2 1; Jacob Hyde 1-3 1-2 3. Totals 17-43 6-9 46. West Fork 19 12 23 19 - 73
St. Ansgar 7 6 19 14 46 Three point goals â€“ WF 4-10 (Myers 2-2, Amsbaugh 1-1, Neff 1-3, Halloran 0-1, Engebretson 0-1, Wogen 0-1, Schulz 0-1); SA 6-12 (Williams 3-8, Dalluge 1-1, Sievert 1-1, Hanson 1-1, Hyde 0-1). Rebounds â€“ West Fork 25, 15 off. 10 def. (Kuhlmeier 5, Halloran 3, Myers 2, Amsbaugh 2, Sprung 2, Engebretson 2, Wegner 2, Twedt 2, Schoning 2, Neff, Wogen, Plagge); SA 21, 11 off., 10 def. (Huemann 6, Rysavy 4, Patterson 2, Ubben 2, Dalluge, Sievert, Williams, Hanson, Kramer, McCurdy, Haynes). Assists â€“ WF 14 (Myers 4, Amsbaugh 3, Halloran 2, Wogen 2, Sprung, Wegner); SA 7 (Williams 3, Dalluge, McCurdy, Haynes). Steals â€“ WF 12 (Amsbaugh 6, Myers 2, Halloran 2, Neff, Schoning); SA 8 (Williams 3, Patterson, Dalluge, McCurdy, Huemann, Haynes). Blocks â€“ WF 4 (Amsbaugh 3, Halloran); SA, 2 (Dalluge, McCurdy). Total fouls â€“ WF 14; SA 11. Fouled out â€“ None.
West Fork drubs Central Springs MANLY â€“ Three players finished in double-digit scoring for West Fork as the third-ranked Warhawks toppled Central Springs, 69-27, on Friday, Jan. 10. Sam Amsbaugh led the way with 15 points, followed by Hunter Myersâ€™ 10. Jacob Kuhlmeier came off the bench for 10 points and eight rebounds. The Warhawks got contributions in some way from nearly all 15 players who hit the court against the Panthers. Cody Wegner came off the bench to lead the team in assists with three while Drew Engebretson had a team-high three of the Warhawksâ€™ 15 steals.
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West Fork 69, Central Springs 27 West Fork (7-0, 5-0) â€“ Zach Greimann 1-5 0-0 3; Jacob Eliason 0-1 0-0 0; Austin Neff 0-4 1-2 1; Hunter Myers 3-5 4-5 10; Spencer Halloran 1-6 4-4 6; Sam Amsbaugh 7-9 1-2 15; Drew Engebretson 3-7 0-0 8; Markus Wogen 2-2 0-0 4; Evan Sprung 2-5 0-0 4; Cody Wegner 0-2 0-0 0; Gunnar Myers 2-3 0-0 4; Reese Halloran 1-1 0-0 2; Logan Plagge 0-1 0-0 0; Collin Schoning 1-2 0-0 2; Jacob Kuhlmeier 4-7 2-2 10. Totals 27-60 12-15 69. Central Springs (2-7, 2-3) â€“ Will Bird 4-13 1-2 10; Connor Smith 0-1 1-2 1; Brandon Hebel 1-4 0-0 3; Tennor Isaacson 0-1 0-0 0; Andrew Bjerke 1-1 2-3 4; Matt Green 0-2 0-0 0; Thomas Patterson 1-4 0-0 2; Dillon Tierney 0-2 0-0 0; Colton Hamand 0-0 0-0 0; Brett Sorenson 0-3 0-0 0; Josh Sills 1-2 2-2 4; Chris Hett 0-1 1-2 1; Zeke Hodak 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 9-35 7-11 27. West Fork 15 12 27 15 - 69 Cent. Springs 5 10 3 9 - 27
Three point goals â€“ WF 3-13 (Engebretson 2-3, Greimann 1-2, Eliason 0-1, Amsbaugh 0-1, Wegner 0-1, Plagge 0-1, Myers 0-2,Neff 0-2); CS 2-10 (Hebel 1-2, Bird 1-4, Patterson 0-1, Tierney 0-1, Green 0-2). Rebounds â€“ West Fork 42, 24 off. 18 def. (Kuhlmeier 8, Engebretson 6, Myers 5, Sprung 5, Wogen 4, S. Halloran 3, Amsbaugh 3, Greimann 2, Wegner 2, Schoning 2, Neff, R. Halloran); CS 18, 7 off., 11 def. (Patterson 6, Hebel 2, Bjerke 2, Sorenson 2, Sills 2, Bird, Tierney, Hett, Hodak). Assists â€“ WF 11 (Wegner 3, Eliason 2, H. Myers 2, Engebretson 2, G. Myers, Kuhlmeier); CS 3 (Bird, Hebel, Hamand). Steals â€“ WF 15 (Engebretson 3, Greimann 2, Neff 2, H. Myers 2, Amsbaugh 2, G. Myers 2, Halloran, Wegner); CS 6 (Patterson 3, Bjerke, Sorenson, Hett). Blocks â€“ WF 1 (Schoning); CS 5 (Sorenson 5). Total fouls â€“ WF 16; CS 11. Fouled out â€“ None.
Franklin General Hospital Installs New UltraSound Technology, Thanks to Anonymous Gift The $140,000 Provides Important Diagnostic Tool for the Local Community Franklin General Hospital (FGH) has acquired an advanced new ultrasound machine, thanks in large part to a generous $100,000 gift from an anonymous donor. The new equipment, purchased for $140,000 and installed in December, offers the latest in ultrasound technology, allowing staff to quickly perform diagnostic exams. â€œWeâ€™re excited about the acquisition of this equipment because it incorporates the latest in ultrasound technology and enhances the diagnostic services we can provide to our community,â€? said Kim Price, FGH CEO. â€œWe are proud to once again raise the level of excellence in the healthcare services we offer to residents of the Franklin County area, and we are truly grateful to the donor who made this upgrade possible.â€? Ultrasounds at FGH are done by a team of Mercy sonographers who come to Hampton on a halfday basis every weekday. They note that the new machine is the latest platform available and is the
No. 3 Warhawks remain perfect ST. ANSGAR â€“ Sam Amsbaughâ€™s 20 points led a trio of West Fork boys basketball players in double-figure scoring as the third-ranked Warhawks improved to 6-0 with a 73-46 road victory against St. Ansgar. Amsbaugh added six steals and three blocks in West Forkâ€™s first game after the winter break. Hunter Myers, who scored 12 points, added four assists and two steals while Spencer Halloran chipped in with 11 points, three rebounds a pair of assists and steals as well as a block. Jacob Kuhlmeier came off the bench to lead the way with five rebounds as coach Frank Schnoesâ€™ squad had 15 players contribute in the win.
West Fork 11 15 12 10 5 - 53 St. Ansgar 12 13 7 16 2 - 50 Three point goals â€“ WF 3-9 (S. Shreckengost 3-4 M. Shreckengost 0-1, Logan 0-2, Liekweg 0-2); SA 5-14 (Willert 4-7, Brigham 1-1, Patterson 0-1, Halfman 0-5). Rebounds â€“ WF xx, xx off. xx def. (); SA 16, 1 off., 15 def. (Bisbee 4, Brigham 3, Halfman 2, Ehlke 2, Koster 2, Willert 2, Patterson). Assists â€“ WF x (); SA 8 (Halfman 3, Brigham 2, Bisbee 2, Patterson). Steals â€“ WF xx (); SA 7 (Brigham 2, Halfman 2, Ehlke, Willert). Blocks â€“ WF x (); SA 1 (Ehlke). Total fouls â€“ WF 15; SA 16. Technical foul â€“ St. Ansgar bench. Fouled out â€“ WF, Larson; SA, Willert.
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experts, an ultrasound done with up-to-date technology often makes it possible to diagnose an illness or injury without the need for a CT or MRI. It is more comfortable for the patient and is less expensive. In addition, it involves no radiation. Hanson notes, â€œIn an emergency situation, a radiologist is able to do readings remotely and local physicians can have the results within 15 minutes.â€? In addition, vascular screenings of the carotid arteries, aorta or leg arteries â€“ which can be done by ultrasound at FGH without a doctorâ€™s order â€“ are useful in detecting whether a person is at risk for stroke, aneurysm or peripheral artery disease. Similar to the vascular screenings advertised by mobile