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| january 29, 2014|Volume 125| Issue 05

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Mike Sexton seeks Iowa House Seat

Boosters at work

The SCC Titan Boosters offered a variety of refreshments at the 5th – 8th grade boys’ basketball tournament at the SCC Middle School in Rockwell City on Jan. 25. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

SCCES nominated for blue ribbon award

Court action

The competition at the tournament hosted at the South Central Calhoun Middle School on Jan. 25 started with a round robin of fifth grade teams and continued on with teams through eighth grade. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

The Iowa Department of Education has nominated the South Central Calhoun Elementary School for a national Blue Ribbon Schools Award in recognition of academic achievement. Superintendent Jeff Kruse noted that the elementary school in Rockwell City is one of only six schools in Iowa to be nominated for the award. Five of these six are elementary schools and the sixth is a high school. For nomination a school’s standardized test scores are considered both in terms of level of performance and level of improvement. A decision on which schools will be recognized by the federal Department of Education will take place sometime after March. Nicole McChesney is the principal at SCCES.

County health insurance rates announced By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Calhoun County and county employees will pay more for Blue Cross health insurance at the start of the fiscal year, July 1, with each paying part of the increase from $1,640 to $1,775.44 per month for the family plan. The single plan is going from $660 to $711.02. The board of supervisors decided during the Jan. 21 meeting how to deal with a recently announced health insurance premium hike. The above rates do not include a six-month added cost per person in each plan that the county decided to pick up with a one-time budget adjustment. That cost resulted from the Affordable Care Act. It started Jan. 1 and lasts until July 1, at which time this cost is incorporated into the premiums. One change in coverage is that dental insurance is no longer automatic. The law requires that if an employee contributes any part of the cost of the dental insurance, this has to be made optional. Making the plan optional could increase the total premium for those who do continue with dental insurance. One option the supervisors considered was for the county to pick up the entire cost of dental coverage as part or all of the increase in the employer contribution for health

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insurance but this was rejected in favor of applying the increase toward other health insurance premiums. As of July 1, the employee contribution goes from $60 to $65 per month for single coverage and from $165 to $180 per month for family coverage, with neither of these rates including dental insurance. These amounts are now established for employees who are not represented by a collective

bargaining agreement but are subject to negotiation for union represented employees (non-administrative personnel working for secondary roads and for EMS). The supervisors had expressed the hope that the union workers would go along with the kind of arrangements made for non-union county workers. It was noted that the unions have been reasonable in the past.

Rockwell City considers $1.6 million for sewer By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor The Rockwell City Council, at its Jan. 20 meeting, reviewed plans submitted by I&S Group engineering for sanitary sewer repairs and improvements. After heavy rains the amount of water going into the wastewater treatment plant in Rockwell City spikes dramatically. A recent rate hike was established to fund projects to deal with the infiltration and inflow problem. The rate hike is expected to generate $1.1 million and the city has applied for an additional $500,000 in Community Development Block

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Grant funding. I&S presented two plans, one involving $1.1 million in projects and the other $1.6 million in projects. The plan to be approved will depend on whether the city obtains the CDGB grant. *** City Clerk Kelly Smidt noted that many homeowners have been experiencing broken pipes as the result of the severe cold spells. One water main that has had frequent breaks in the past is the High Street main, but since the major work done on this section last summer, the line has not had any breaks.

By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Mike Sexton, a businessman and farmer in the rural Rockwell City area (on Ogden Ave. south of the Twin Lakes), has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for the House District 10 seat in the Iowa legislature. The seat is currently held by Tom Shaw, (R. Laurens) who has announced he will not be seeking a third term. Iowa House of Representative terms are for two years. District 10 includes all of Calhoun, Pocahontas, Humboldt and six townships in the western part of Webster County. As of this writing, no other candidate has filed for the office, either Republican or Democrat. The primary takes place June 3 and the general election is Nov. 4. Mike Sexton and his wife, Becky, own two ag-related businesses besides their farming operation north of Rockwell City (on Ogden Ave. south of the Twin Lakes). Becky operates Twin Lakes Environmental Services, a consulting service that helps producers plan operations. Mike operates Real Time Ag, which provides an online software program that enables producers to keep track of all of the regulatory requirements for agricultural operations. The Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) announced that Mike Sexton has named as the recipient of the 2013 Neal Smith Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He will be honored during a

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banquet in Des Moines in March. He has previously served one four-year term in the Iowa Senate following the Nov. 1998 election. Sexton currently serves on the Rockwell City/Lytton School Board as president and the South Central Calhoun District as a board member (The RCL and Southern Cal school districts and the boards cease to exist on July 1 when the districts are merged into the SCC District). Since Sexton’s SCC school board term does not expire this year, he can continue to serve on that board as a candidate for the legislature. If he should win the general election, Sexton would need to resign from the school board prior to being sworn in as a state representative. Sexton said that he will need to make some adjustments in his business operations if he is elected. “We’ll worry about that when we get to it,” he said.

School security reviewed Following an insurance company security visit to South Central Calhoun school buildings a written report was prepared for presentation at a joint meeting of the Southern Cal and Rockwell City/Lytton school boards on Jan. 20. One possible security measure would be for entrance doors to be locked and cameras mounted to view the entrances from the central offices. Doors would be unlocked for a set amount of time at the start and end of each school day. Both visitors and students arriving at different times would need to buzz in and be let in remotely. School staff members would have a swipe card and key code to enter the building. Superintendent Jeff Kruse noted there are certain drawbacks. Potential intruders could observe when the security can be avoided. Also, the district’s buildings are not air-conditioned and doors are often propped open in hot weather. *** Every school district in the state receives a site visit by the Iowa Department of Education every five years as part of an accreditation process. This is done on a rotating basis with about 20 percent of districts going through the process on any given year. The SCC school system will be having a site visit in April with a

report issued later in the spring. “They’re here for three days. It’s a pretty intense process,” Supt. Jeff Kruse said. Kruse noted that the site visit team will interview administrators and a representative sampling of teaching staff, support staff, parents and students. Any deficiencies identified would require a response containing a plan for corrective action.

Since the school system is still two districts until July 1, there will be two reports issued, but Kruse said the staff is dealing with this as a single school system review. *** The high school has received a $25,000 federal grant toward a fire alarm system. A $35,000 fire alarm system was purchased from Feld Equipment to be installed at the high school in Lake City.

Coaching the team

During a break in the action, members of the 5th Grade SCC Titan Boys’ Basketball team got some advice from their coaches. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

South Central Calhoun speech students gathered on a chilly Saturday morning. Jan. 25, to head for large group speech competition in Fort Dodge. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)


2 The Graphic-Advocate COMMENTARY

January 29, 2014

Lake City Betterment Association Bravo Lake City!

Empty Nest By Curt Swarm

Surrey Returned to Birthplace The surrey was in their great grandfather’s barn, sitting stately and proud, albeit dust and birddropping covered. It was the perfect plaything for imaginative games of “wagon train,” “cowboys and Indians,” or “saving the milk cows from rustlers.” It may have been the Great Depression years of the 1930’s, but Bud and his brother, Maynard Gueldenhaar, were pretty much unaware of difficult times. There was plenty to eat on the farm near Prairie Grove, between Danville and Burlington, and everyone they knew were no better off than they were. Years later, Bud’s uncle asked him to remove the surrey from the barn before it suffered more damage. The roof of the barn had sagged, breaking a bow on the surrey’s top. Bud could have the surrey as long as he took good care of it. Note: a surrey is a two-seated, horse-drawn carriage, while a buggy is a one-seater. Bud, then in his early 30s, took the surrey to Farmington, IL and stored it at the Farmington Wilbert Vault Works, where he was employed. To save space the surrey was tied to the ceiling of the funeral vault plant—a constant reminder to Bud of the work the surrey needed. In 1966, Bud was transferred to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and the surrey was returned to the Gueldenhaar Farm near Prairie Grove. There it stayed until 1987 when it was taken to Puyallup, Washington by Bud’s daughter and son-in-law. Later that year, Bud retrieved the surrey from Washington, and took it to his home in Coquitlam, British Columbia where he began restoration. All parts were removed and, with a lot of hard work and elbow grease, cleaned, sanded, painted, and preserved. When he reassembled the now much better-looking surrey,

he stored it at Medallion Casket Ltd, in Burnaby, British Columbia where he was working. In 1989 Bud and his wife Joyce brought the surrey back to their home in Coquitlam, B.C. They dismantled and stored it in the crawlspace under their home. In 1999, for a millennium project, they brought the surrey back to the Gueldenhaar Heritage Farm near Prairie Grove. The surrey had gone full circle. But it’s journey was not over. In 2012, wanting to share the history, beauty, and craftsmanship of the hundred-year old horsedrawn surrey with the public, the Gueldenhaars donated it to the Old Thresher’s Museum in Mt. Pleasant. There it stayed for a year. However, Old Threshers is more about steam engines, rather than horse-drawn equipment. In 2013, the surrey was donated to the Carriage House Museum in Moline, IL, which is within one-to-two miles of where the surrey was originally built by the Velie Carriage Company. The company was founded in 1902 by Willard Velie, a grandson of plow manufacturer, John Deere. Bud believes this vintage surrey to have

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been manufactured between 1907 and 1913. Bud Gueldenhaar can just visualize his Grandpa Gueldenhaar and Bud’s dad, Walter, sitting on the front seat of the handsome black surrey, along with Grandma in the back seat with her two daughters, Alma and Frieda, on either side. Walter had dusted the surrey, knowing full well that it would quickly get dusty again from the dirt roads. Grandpa’s flat brimmed hat sat square on his head, a cigar in his mouth. Down the road they would roll, wheels shining in the sun, on their way to the Prairie Grove Church on Sunday morning. The surrey was used only for church, and the “town horses” did the pulling. The Velie surrey still shines. It is on display at the Rock Island County Historical Society, 822 11th Ave., Moline, IL, close to the place where it was originally built. Who knows where the Velie surrey will go next? Have a good story? Call or text Curt Swarm in Mt. Pleasant at 319217-0526, email him at curtswarm@ yahoo.com, or visit his website at www.empty-nest-words-photos-andframes.com

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By Leah Rosado Lake City Betterment Lake City is a town worth celebrating and the Lake City Betterment Association is christening 2014 as a year of celebration. We started this with our Annual meeting, Bravo Lake City! The LCBA invited 14 speakers from different active organizations in Lake City to come and give a brief update of what happened in 2013 and what their plans are for 2014. Here is a brief run-down of what we learned. City of Lake City – Kim Kelly gave an update on what is going on with our city government. She gave an update on the road project and how the water plant construction is going. Kim talked about the dedication of the City Government to help and support its citizenry and brought posters of the Community Visioning Project. Pool Project – We are all eagerly awaiting the new pool complex and Marcie Duncan updated us on the project. Marcie explained the new design layout that has come as the project has progressed. There will now be two bodies of water instead of one large body giving many benefits to the pool patrons and the swim team. Communities of Excellence 2026 – Tami Green spoke about this amazing project that Lake City is going to be a part of. Lowell Kruse is a Lake City native, graduating in the 1960’s. He is now a retired hospital administrator for the St. Joe, MO area. After a visiting Lake City and speaking to Tami Green at the Carnegie Café, Lowell wanted Lake City to be a part of his vision for the United States’ future. Lowell saw Lake City’s success and wants to collect data on what the “recipe” is. The vision is to get established programs in a City to work together for the betterment of the community. There are three areas involved; a 15 county area in Northern Missouri, Rochester Minnesota, and Lake City Iowa. There is a significant amount of grant money they are in the process of acquiring and Lake City will be one of the beneficiaries of this amazing investment in Community Betterment. Historic Central School – As the care taker of Central School, Jim Bruce gave us an update on Lake City’s best kept secret. Jim told us all about Central School’s hope to get more exhibits labeled and cataloged. They have a new brochure telling about this wonderful Lake City attraction. Central School is open to the public week days until 11:30am. Legion Post 31 – Commander Dennis Moulds spoke for the Legion. The Legion has made a significant investment this year into flags and flagpoles to represent our community’s veterans. They have replaced the shutters on the Community building, which the Legion Maintains. Dennis also told us about the refurbishing project of

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the Community Building the Legion is heading up for 2014. Dobson Pipe Organ – John Panning came and spoke about Dobson’s new pipe organ which is now residing in a gothic cathedral in England. The organ from Lake City Iowa made its trip across the ocean to be one of Europe’s 3 Americanmade pipe organs, the first one since WWII. John described the plans in the works for the next three organs. What an amazing company in our little town! Stewart Memorial Community Hospital – Sherry Lampe gave us an update on SMCH. Along with other awards, this active community hospital received the very prestigious recognition of being named the second cleanest hospital in the United States. The hospital has also just hired a new CEO, Heather Cain, and a new grounds manager, Tony Snyder. Shady Oaks Care Center – Jenifer Blair gave an update on what is happening at Shady Oaks. There is a new construction project going on in one of the hallways. The staff is also going through continued education to help them know how to better care for people with dementia and “maintain their dignity.” The respect that Jenifer so clearly shows for the residents is admirable. Mid-Iowa Insurance – Renee Stauter came as a co-owner of Mid-Iowa Insurance. She spoke of the joy they take in helping people with the “storms” in their lives. She spoke of the enjoyment they take in the long-term relationship they have with their clients, from the young couple who need a rental policy to the support they offer if there is a catastrophe in someone’s life like a house fire or car accident. Mid-Iowa is also celebrating their expansion project, which they used all Lake City labor and supplies to accomplish in a record 45 days. United Bank of Iowa – Lois Smith was happy to speak to us about the construction at UBI. She tells us that, as of now, they are slated to open the new expanded building in the fall of 2014. She explained that the main building is open to two patient employees who get to work to the sound of jack hammers and cement cutters. It is also open to bank patrons with safety deposit boxes. Most of the banks business

is being conducted at the temporary building to the North of the main building. Iowa Savings Bank – Iowa Savings Bank’s Seth McCauley, give us an update on what is going on there. Seth spoke of the new security ATM cards he is working towards making available in Lake City. Seth told us how troubling the Target hack was for so many Iowa Savings patrons and how this new ATM card has a chip that makes it virtually impossible to steal the user’s information. This is a future plan but a good illustration of how Iowa Savings Bank is serving our community. Lake City Drive-In – Janell Nesbit spoke for Larry Irwin, owner of Lake City Drive-In. She shared with us the continued success of the Drive-In. The Drive-in offers a wonderful place for families and High School kids to go and have a hamburger and represents a fun way for Larry to be “retired”. Carnegie Café – Tami Green shared with us her desire to represent the spirit of Andrew Canegie the benefactor of the many Carnegie Libraries in the country. She explained how their new theme is books. All of their menu items have book titles and have they now have a menu of signature drinks. Tami also shared with us their recent visit of guest chef who has made an amazing brussel sprout side dish which has the community raving. Capri Theater – The Lake City Capri Theater is an amazing part of this community! Janell Nesbitt gave us an update on this volunteer run, community owned theater which has not changed their prices in 10 years of operation. The Capri provides many donations to the community including scholarships to graduating seniors for further education. The Capri also announced their financial sponsorship of LCBA’s “Welcome to Lake City” banners to hang on the light poles around the square. As you can see, this was a full and very exciting night! There are many more businesses and clubs which are active in Lake City, this is just a small portion of them. Through the evening, I was left wondering what the recipe of the Lake City’s success was. I think Tami Green said it best, “Lake City is a community of we’s not a community of me’s.”

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January 29, 2014

ISU Fall Dean’s List

SMCH schedules Trivia Night has the perfect event for you! On Saturday, Feb. 8, the hospital’s Auxiliary will host “Trivia Night”. The event will be an evening of fun trivia questions, food and a cash bar. If you didn’t know the answers to these questions, there is no need to worry, maybe someone on your team will! People attending Trivia Night can put together their own team of up to eight people or SMCH will

Contributed by SMCH Do you know what someone who shoes horses is called? Do you know how many sides an octadecagon has? or what Alfred Hitchcock, horror movie director extraordinaire, was afraid of? If you like to put your brain power to the test or if you just enjoy playing games, Stewart Memorial Community Hospital in Lake City

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Tuesday, February 4: The Rockwell City Study Club will meet at 1:30 p.m., at the Methodist Church. Aleene Maguire is the hostess and Shirlee Ashbough has the program. Tuesday, February 4: 9:30 a.m. SMCH Auxiliary Meeting in the Lower Level Conference Room. Saturday, February 8: SMCH Auxiliary Fundraiser Event “Trivia Night” with Quiz Master Brad “Big Daddy” Addison at Opportunity LivingDoors open at 5:45 p.m., and the games begin at 7 p.m. Every Monday – AA & Al-Anon Meetings 7:30 p.m. St. Thomas Catholic Church, Manson; 4 p.m. “Audrey’s All Stars” Reading Program at the J.J. Hands Library Every Tuesday – Al-Anon & AA Meetings at 8 p.m. at Central School Preservation in Lake City; TOPS Meeting at the Calhoun County Annex 1, 515 Court St, Rockwell City. Weigh in 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. Meeting time at 8:45 a.m. Every Wednesday – Story Hour J J Hands Library in Lohrville, 10 11:30 a.m. Every Thursday –9:30 a.m. Coffee at the Library in Lake City; AA Open Meeting 7 p.m. at Union Church, Lake City. Enter north door on Washington St.; 4 p.m. “Audrey’s All Stars” Reading Program at the J.J. Hands Library

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create teams. Each team will work together to come up with their best answer during the three rounds of trivia. Fun will be added to the event by Quiz Master Brad “Big Daddy” Addison who will announce each question. If a team can’t decide which answer is right they can purchase mulligan’s before play begins. Teams can also earn extra points by decorating their teams table, wearing costumes or uniforms, and by having one or more team members perform in the karaoke break after Round two of trivia questions. Tickets for the event are $20 per person which includes an appetizer buffet, homemade bars, coffee and punch. A cash bar is also available. Doors open at 5:45 pm with trivia starting at 7 pm. Money raised from the event will fund two projects; a blanket warmer for the hospitals inpatient unit and digital x-ray equipment for the hospital’s McCrary Rost Clinics. Round up your family, friends or co-workers for a night of fun! Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by calling Mary Ludwig at 712-464-4117 or Lee Vogt at 712464-4183. Rules for the event are also posted on the SMCH Facebook page which can be found at www. Facebook.com/SMCHLakeCity.

Iowa State University undergraduates who have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the 2013 fall semester Dean’s List must have earned a grade point average of at least 3.50 while carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work. Area students who qualified for the Dean’s List include: Auburn Keagan L. Findley, Animal Science; Jacob Robert Kent, Agricultural Systems Technology; Glidden Jaycie Elizabeth David, Psychology; Thomas Michael Hamilton, PreComputer Science; Shelby Kramer, Advertising; Holly Jo Onken, Agricultural Business; Traer Anton Schon, Journalism and Mass Communication; Lake City Bailey M. Blair, Mathematics; Julia Alexandra Collison, Agricultural Business; Nicholas John Collison, Mechanical Engineering; Allison Lyn Ludwig, Animal Science; Nicole Lin Macke, Early Childhood Education; Piper Shean Richardson, History; David Donald Zenor, Industrial Design; Lohrville

Daniel Walter Taylor, Mechanical Engineering; Lytton Zach Dean Vreeland, Business Economics; Manson Jordan Charles Howell, Kinesiology and Health; Drew Morgan McCubbin, Performing Arts; Rockwell City Jason Edward Bird, Dietetics (H

SCI); Megan B. Collison, Animal Science; Austin James Ellis, Pre-Business; Tate Douglas Klocke, Agricultural Engineering; Brent Austin Sexton, Animal Science; Mariah Christine Stumpf, Elementary Education; Yetter Jordan Alan Lietz, Pre-Business;

An open message from the Postal Service With the arrival of snow, ice and difficult weather conditions, the U.S. Postal Service is asking postal customers to always clear a safe, accessible path to mailboxes. • Make sure the mailbox is visible and free of snow and ice. • Make sure mailboxes are safely accessible for letter carriers. • Clear the mailbox area of snow, sleet, slush, ice and debris. Snow and ice hazards can cause serious injuries to your letter carrier. Preventing a slip or bad fall can be as easy as putting down salt or sand on slippery surfaces. Ice is particularly dangerous on steps and any walking surface, especially painted wood or concrete, such as stoops and porches. In open areas, please watch for drifts and pileups from snowplows. When

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January 29, 2014

Notice of Public Hearing

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING IN RE: VACATING CALHOUN COUNTY ROAD TO: Berton Moore, Patricia/Sue Moore, Rex/Shelly Hartwig, Iowa Department of Transportation AND WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Calhoun County Board of Supervisors, acting under the authority of Iowa Code Chapter 306, proposes to vacate a section of Calhoun County Secondary Road, described as follows: That portion of the “Hutton Road” established

on June 2nd, 1880 (see Road Record Book 2, page 178) lying East of the intersection of said road with South Twin Lakes Road all in Section 12, T88N, R33W, Twin Lakes Township, Calhoun County, IA. The intent of this road closure is to vacate the existing Oakhurst Ave that commences at the S ¼ corner of said Section 12 (at intersection with 240th St.) and goes north approximately three quarters of a mile thence West to the East line of South Twin Lakes Road as presently located.

A hearing will be held by the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors in the Board of Supervisors Room, Courthouse in Rockwell City, IA at 9:30 AM, Tuesday, February 11, 2014. Any person owning land abutting on the road proposed to be vacated and closed shall have the right to file, in writing, a claim for damages at any time on or before the date and time fixed for the hearing. County Auditor

Southern CAL Board of Education Southern Cal Board of Education Public Hearing January 20, 2014 The Southern Cal Board of Directors met in a Public Hearing on Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at the SCC HS Media Center. President Jim Brown called the hearing to order at 7:02 pm. Directors present included Vice-President Mark Schleisman, Ann Gemberling, Judy Hungate, and Larry Irwin. Supt Jeff Kruse, Board Secretary Carol Collins, and several guests were also in attendance. Gemberling motioned, Hungate seconded, to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried 5-0. Supt Kruse explained the purpose of the hearing to allow public comments on the proposed asbestos abatement and demolition project for the Lohrville building. Bids for the proposed project are due at noon on Feb 10 for board consideration on or after Feb 17. Secretary Collins reviewed the project bid manual which will be available later in the week by contacting the school or Impact 7G, the firm contracted to prepare bid letting materials. With no public comments or questions, Schleisman motioned, Irwin seconded, to close the public hearing. Motion carried 5-0. The hearing adjourned at 7:16 pm. Submitted by Carol A Collins, Board Secretary Rockwell City-Lytton, Southern Cal & South Central Calhoun Boards of Education Regular Joint Meeting January 20, 2014 The Rockwell City-Lytton, Southern Cal, and South Central Calhoun Boards of Directors met in a Regular Joint Meeting on Mon, Jan 20, 2014, at the SCC HS Media Center. SC President Jim Brown called the SC meeting to order at 7:16 p.m. SC directors present included Vice-President Mark Schleisman, Ann Gemberling, Judy Hungate, and Larry Irwin. Supt Jeff Kruse, Board Secretary Carol Collins, and several guests were also in attendance. Irwin motioned, Hungate seconded, to approve the agenda as presented. SC motion carried 5-0. RCL President Michael Sexton called the RCL meeting to order. Director members present included Vice-President Roscoe Simpson, Brad Assman, Jo Grodahl, and Ron Maulsby. Board Secretary Wendi Geno was also present. Simpson motioned, Assman seconded, to approve the agenda as presented. RCL motion carried 5-0. SCC Board President Brown called the SCC meeting to order. SCC directors present included Vice-President Sexton, Assman, Hungate, Maulsby, Simpson, and Schleisman. Maulsby motioned, Assman seconded, to approve the agenda as presented. SCC motion carried 7-0. COMMUNICATIONS Public Input on Non-Agenda Items As a member of the community, Michael Sexton asked to address the boards. Sexton informed the boards and public of plans to announce his candidacy for the Iowa House District 10 seat for the upcoming Nov elections. To abide by IA Code, Sexton would be required to resign his seat on the SCC board should he be successful in his bid for the IA House. Transportation Department Doug Riley and Ron Kalous with the districts’ transportation departments, updated the boards on the new bus cameras, showing video

captured by the systems. The new systems have four cameras installed in the bus to video all seats and oncoming lanes of traffic. The boards agreed that the new systems provide excellent sound and video coverage of the bus. Riley covered anticipated transportation needs. The boards thanked them for their time and presentation. Simpson recognized Proliant of Lytton for their generous donation of a bus shelter on Main Street in Lytton. All members of the boards expressed thanks to Proliant for supporting local students. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS Supt Kruse reviewed a list of nutrition department needs which will be presented for board consideration at an upcoming meeting. The SCC board and administration will continue its work on the SCC mission, vision and goals at 7 pm on Jan 29 at the HS. Information on the Public Education and Recreation Levy (PERL) was reviewed; funds can be used for a district’s athletic and playground facilities. The districts’ property and liability insurance provider, EMC, recently completed a security audit visit and portions of the report were reviewed; the boards will consider an action plan to address areas in the report. Supt Kruse announced the nomination of the SCC Elementary School as Blue Ribbon School from IA. The boards congratulated Principal McChesney, staff, and students on the nomination. McChesney will receive additional information to complete the submission process. Principal Martin reviewed 1st semester grades and staff input regarding guided study hall changes to continue to meet the needs of struggling students. DeMoine Adams is scheduled to present “How Do You Score in Life” to all 4th-12th graders on Jan 31. The SCC wrestlers took 1st place and had 6 individual champions and 2 runners-up at the Twin Lakes Super Conference meet on Jan 18. Principal DeMoss reviewed MAPS testing data and Titan Academy student progress. Principal McChesney submitted a report on the progress for elementary goals and recent professional development activities. DISCUSSION ITEMS SINA Designation Principal DeMoss updated the boards on the submission of the SINA plan and reviewed winter BRI testing information which is included in the corrective action plan. 2014-2015 Calendar A preliminary calendar was presented to the boards which is based on instructional hours instead of the traditional instructional days. Administration will continue working on calendar options for board consideration. Classified Early Retirement Supt Kruse and the boards discussed a classified staff early retirement package; no action was planned as savings to the General Fund are minimal as any openings created by staff retirements would have to be filled. ACTION ITEMS Consent Agenda Hungate motioned, Gemberling seconded, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. SC motion carried 5-0. Grodahl motioned, Assman seconded, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. RCL motion carried 5-0. Hungate motioned, Maulsby seconded, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.

SCC motion carried 7-0. Curriculum Handbook Principal Martin presented changes, additions and deletions to the current curriculum offerings to better meet needs of students. Sexton motioned, Maulsby seconded, to approve the curriculum handbook changes as presented. SCC motion carried 7-0. Boiler Tube Replacement Gemberling motioned, Hungate seconded, to approve the C H McGuiness bid to replace boiler tubes at the HS. SC motion carried 5-0. Exterior Door Replacement Grodahl motioned, Simpson seconded, to approve the Webster Glass bid for exterior door replacement at the MS. Following discussion, Grodahl modified the original motion, Maulsby seconded; to table action on any bids until additional information can be reviewed. RCL motion carried 5-0. Automated Door Installation No action was taken until additional information can be reviewed. Fire Safety Grant Funds Gemberling motioned, Hungate seconded, to accept the Harkin Fire Safety Grant funds in the amount of $25,000 to update the HS alarm system. SC motion carried 5-0. Fire Alarm Updates Gemberling motioned, Schleisman seconded, to approve the Feld Equipment bid for fire alarm updates at the HS as presented. SC motion carried 5-0. Copy Machine Lease Gemberling motioned, Irwin seconded, to approve the lease agreement with Marco for HS copy machines as presented. SC motion carried 5-0. PERSONNEL Hirings Gemberling motioned, Hungate seconded, to approve the hiring of Jamie Korkow and Kierra Patterson as classroom associates for the current school year. SC motion carried 5-0. Maulsby motioned, Grodahl seconded, to approve the hiring of Bailey Dettmann as classroom associate for the current school year pending receipt of a letter of resignation from the previous employee. RCL motion carried 5-0. Assman seconded, Grodahl seconded, to approve Jason Pochinski as a volunteer vehicle driver for the current school year. RCL motion carried 5-0. BOARD REPORTS & COMMUNICATIONS The boards reviewed the board interview questions for the upcoming Dept of Ed site visit in April. Brown closed the public meeting at 9:18 pm to move into exempt negotiations strategy session with the SCC board and returned to open session at 10:08 pm. SC Directors Gemberling and Irwin and RCL Director Grodahl left the meeting at 9:18 pm. With no further business to discuss, Hungate motioned, Schleisman seconded, to adjourn the SC meeting. SC motion carried 3-0 with Gemberling and Irwin excused. Simpson motioned, Assman seconded, to adjourn the RCL meeting. RCL motion carried 4-0 with Grodahl excused. Simpson motioned, Maulsby seconded, to adjourn the SCC meeting. SCC motion carried 7-0. The meeting adjourned at 10:10 pm. Submitted by Carol A Collins, Board Secretary

Southern CAL Claims Southern Cal Community School District List of Bills – January 20, 2014 Vendor, description........................... amount GENERAL FUND AE Dairy, supp.......................................... 79.75 Am Express, math texts......................... 988.50 Blair Snow Removal, snow removal....... 660.00 Calhoun Co Variety, instr supp................... 7.47 Capital One, texts/resale........................ 824.64 Carroll CSD, tuition.............................. 6,001.00 Carroll Refuse, garbage......................... 250.00 CDW Govt, projector.............................. 449.99 City of LC, utilities................................... 496.38 Dept of Admin Serv, 403b fee................. 350.00 DM Register, subscr................................. 45.00 Don’s Pest Control, pest control............... 65.00 Drees Plbg/Htg, repairs.......................... 825.28 East Sac CSD, tuition........................ 15,000.00 Feld Equip, security monitoring................ 60.00 Franck & Sextro, legal serv...................... 25.00 Glidden-Ralston CSD, tuition............ 12,002.00 Heartland Tech, contr serv........................ 57.50 IA Central CC, texts................................ 577.50 IA Lakes CC, contest reg........................ 225.00 Impact 7G, elem demo project serv.... 2,762.50 Interstate Music, resale.......................... 220.44

Kabel Business, HRA fee/pymts.......... 1,142.60 Kasperbauer Cleaners, rags/mops......... 263.58 Key Equip, copier lease.......................... 642.42 LC Hardware, repairs/supp...................... 61.33 Lease Direct, copier lease...................... 507.69 Manson NW Webster CSD, tuition...... 5,305.08 Mark’s SuperValu, instr supp.................. 378.68 Matheson-Linweld, welding supp............. 98.80 McCrary Rost Clinic, driver physical....... 115.00 Mediacom, phone................................... 236.52 MidAm Energy, utilities........................ 4,509.16 MidAm Publ, ads/legals.......................... 173.33 Morrow’s Standard, fuel/tax refund...... 5,432.31 NAPA, repairs/supp............................. 1,127.63 O’Halloran, bus camera/repairs........... 2,901.21 Paton-Churdan CSD, tuition.............. 15,002.50 Pepper Music, instr supp.......................... 85.50 Phone Store, repairs................................ 10.00 Prairie Lakes AEA, internet...................... 60.00 Pure Fitness, weight room equip......... 9,000.00 Richardson, Sara, mileage..................... 141.25 Rieman Music, repairs/music................... 53.65 SC Activity Fund, reimb donation........ 1,484.38 SC Nutrition Fund, refund......................... 18.00 SCC Athl Boosters, supp.......................... 31.84 School Bus Sales, car seat.................... 123.50

Schumacher Elevator, maint.................. 133.50 Seminole Energy, utilities.................... 9,076.20 Southside Grocery, board supp................ 25.14 Star Energy, fuel..................................... 510.53 Stickrod, Devon, mileage....................... 416.97 Streufert, John, piano tuning.................... 70.00 UnityPoint Health, driver drug testing....... 96.00 US Cellular, cell serv.............................. 156.91 Walmart, instr supp................................. 136.50 Willis, David L, legal serv....................... 667.50 Windstream, phone.................................. 58.30 GENERAL FUND TOTAL:............... 102,226.46 SILO FUND Feld Equip, bldg camera system......... 4,270.00 McGuiness, boiler repairs.................... 1,265.29 Ross Plbg/Htg, boiler replacement...... 2,417.00 SILO FUND TOTAL:............................ 7,952.29 NUTRITION FUND AE Dairy, grocery................................. 1,476.20 Calhoun Co Pub Health, vaccination........ 42.00 Earthgrains, grocery............................... 177.32 Keck Inc, grocery................................. 1,059.74 Mark’s SuperValu, grocery....................... 24.50 Martin Bros Dist, grocery..................... 5,976.58 NUTRITION FUND TOTAL:................. 8,756.34 TOTAL ALL FUNDS:........................ 118,935.09

R.C. - L and So. CAL Claims Rockwell City-Lytton and Southern Cal Community School Districts List of Activity Fund Bills – Jan 20, 2014 Adams, DeMoine, assembly.................1,000.00 Adept Engraving, dance supp.................242.30 American Express, kindle books.................5.98 Angell, Shawn, official.............................105.00 Bice, Jim, official......................................200.00 Branderhorst, Marlo, official....................200.00 Brown, Trevor, FFA scholarship...............250.00 Burns, Jack, official...................................80.00 Calhoun Co Variety, WR cheer supp.........26.05 Capital One, WR cheer supp.....................23.53 Carlson, Mike, official..............................125.00 Collins, Shawn, official............................100.00 Collison, Megan, FFA scholarship...........250.00 Dischler, Mathew, FFA scholarship..........250.00 Ehlers, Chris, official................................100.00 Emmetsburg CSD, WR entry fee..............64.00 First Comm Bank, investment............70,000.00 Fjerstad, Clayton, official.........................230.00 Graphic Edge, resale/golf polos...........1,047.10 Harriman, Wade, official..........................100.00

Hinrichs, Mitch, official...............................30.00 Hunziker, Heidi, FFA scholarship.............250.00 IA FFA Assoc, natl/state dues...............1,934.50 IGHSAU, JH membership.........................50.00 IHSSA, entry fees....................................300.00 Jacobs, Corey, FFA scholarship..............250.00 Jacobson, Andy, official.............................75.00 Karstens, James, official.........................100.00 Kum & Go, WR cheer supp.......................64.00 LC Flowers, FFA supp...............................30.50 Lohmeier, Randy, official.........................200.00 Mark’s SuperValu, FFA supp...................118.04 Metzler, Scott, official..............................100.00 Meyer, Brian, official..................................80.00 Nicholson, Brett, FFA scholarship...........250.00 Odebolt-Arthur CSD, WR entry fee.........100.00 Ogden CSD, WR entry fee........................36.00 Party Time Fundraising, FFA supp..........142.80 Pedersen, Kristen, FFA scholarship........250.00 Pepper Music, vocal supp.......................101.24 Pepsi, vending supp................................390.71 Ploeger, Lance, official............................100.00 Prairie Lakes AEA, elem supp.................180.39

Pure Fitness, weight room equip..........1,725.00 Really Good Stuff, elem supp..................139.94 Reinke, Dale, official................................100.00 Rial, Mike, official....................................170.00 Richman, Mike, official..............................75.00 Sadler, Todd, official................................100.00 Scholastic, elem supp.............................239.46 School Specialty, elem supp....................217.56 Something Unique, FB supp.......................6.00 Southside Grocery, FFA supp..................752.17 Spier, Ray, official....................................170.00 Stadtlander, Todd, official........................100.00 Subway, WR cheer supp...........................65.94 Thompson, Tommy, official......................170.00 Toms, Tanner, FFA scholarship................250.00 Trophies Plus, athletic awards...................79.96 Wagner, Jim, official................................100.00 Walmart, FFA supp....................................91.94 West, Jacob, FFA scholarship.................250.00 Westcott, Anna, FFA scholarship.............250.00 Total Activity Fund:.............................84,585.11

Calhoun Co. Ag Ext. Proposed Budget Iowa Department of Management 10-13-11 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING -- PROPOSED BUDGET EXTENSION DISTRICT COUNTY NAME: Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015) Calhoun County Ag Extension The Extension Council of the above-named Extension District will conduct a public hearing on the proposed fiscal year budget as follows: Meeting Date: Time: Meeting Location: 2-17-2014 5:45 pm Calhoun Co. Ext. Office, 521 4th St., Rockwell City, Ia. 50579 At the public hearing any resident or taxpayer may present objections to, or arguments in favor of, any part of the proposed budget. This notice represents a summary of the supporting detail of receipts and expenditures on file with the Extension Council Secretary. Copies of the Supplemental Budget Detail (Schedule 674-A) will be furnished upon request. Extension District Telephone Number: Extension Council Contact Name: 712-297-8611 Ellen O'Loughlin PROPOSED BUDGET SUMMARY A B C D E F Expenditures Estimated Estimated Amount FUND Ending Fund Estimated To Be Raised (Use Whole Dollars) FYE 6-30-2013 FYE 6-30-2014 FYE 6-30-2015 Balance FY2015 By Actual Re-Estimated Budget FY2015 Beg. Balance Taxation 1. County Agricultural Extension Education 167,835 191,537 232,155 61,078 80,283 190,000 2. Unemployment Compensation 0 0 0 0 0 0 3. Tort Liability 0 0 0 0 0 0 4. TOTAL 167,835 191,537 232,155 61,078 80,283 190,000 Proposed taxation rate per $1,000 valuation: $ 0.29438

City of Lake City City of Lake City Council Proceedings January 20, 2014 The City Council of Lake City, Iowa met in regular session on Monday, January 20, 2014 at 6:30 P.M. at the Council Chambers. Mayor Fahan presided with the following members Company Grundman-Hicks FOX Engineering Totals

present: Bellinghausen, Blair, Filmer; absent: Ringgenberg and Green. Department heads/ staff present: Melvin Alcox, Jim Janssen and Michele Deluhery. Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Motion by Bellinghausen, second by Filmer, to approve the consent agenda consisting of

Service Pay Request #11 Engineering through 12/25/13

Stewart Memorial Community Hospital has returned the car to the City, determining the lack of need by the ambulance service. Motion by Bellinghausen, second by Filmer, approving advertisement of the 2009 Impala, selling by sealed bids with the minimum bid to be set at the previously offered trade-in value, unanimous. Presented for council consideration was a Building Permit for United Bank of Iowa, 201 N Center St (drive-thru addition). After review, a motion was made by Filmer, second by Blair, to approve the Building Permits subject to City Code and Zoning requirements. Unanimous. Motion by Bellinghausen, second by Filmer, approving Resolution 2014-03 Granting prior Approval for an Application for the Lake City, Iowa Tax Abatement Program, for commercial improvements at 201 N Center Street. Ayes – Bellinghausen, Filmer, Blair. Approved. Administrator inquired about prior residential subdivision policies established by the council. Further research will be conducted. A work session was held on the FY15 budget. Gary Fahan distributed a listing of items needing repair at the community building for council review. There being no further business, a motion was made by Bellinghausen and seconded by Filmer to adjourn at 7:20 PM, unanimous. Gary Fahan, Mayor

Total Cost $3,083.56 $361.00 $3,444.56

the agenda, January 6 minutes, summary list of claims, December Cash & Treasurer Reports, and Jeftam liquor license transfer, unanimous. Motion by Bellinghausen, second by Blair, approving the CDBG payables as follows, unanimous:

CDBG $1,388.00 $162.00 $1,550.00

Kimberly Kelly, City Administrator CLAIMS REPORT VENDOR, REFERENCE....................AMOUNT ACCO UNLIMITED CORP, CPO REGISTRATION....................... 250.00 AMERICAN LEGION, RUG/DELIVERY................................ 207.82 AUB DES MOINES MC LOCKBOX, RUGS............................. 101.11 BAKER & TAYLOR INC., BOOKS.......... 205.13 LYNN BOYD, REIMBURSEMENT........... 57.75 CAL. CO. VARIETY STORE, SUPPLIES........................................... 19.97 COMPUTER CONCEPTS, LAPTOP/TAC10.................................. 40.00 CORNWELL FRIDERS MATHERS, AUDIT............................................. 2,820.00 COUNTRY LIVING, SUBSCRIPTION...... 28.86 DES MOINES REGISTER, SUBSCRIPTION............................... 299.43 EFTPS, FED/FICA TAX....................... 3,577.88 FARONICS, SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE................................ 132.00 FOX ENGINEERING, DEC BILL ENGINEERING................ 361.00 GALE, BOOKS....................................... 221.07 GARY FAHAN, RUG/DELIVERY............ 232.60 GRAPHIC-ADVOCATE, RENEWAL......... 35.00 GRUNDMAN-HICKS, LLC, PAY 11..... 3,083.56 KENDALL & TAMI HOLM, YARD WASTE................................... 516.00

City $1,695.56 $199.00 $1,894.56 IA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, DUES......... 45.00 IA ONE CALL, CALLS................................ 8.10 L.C. HARDWARE, SUPPLIES................. 12.97 L.C. PUBLIC LIBRARY, PETTY CASH/POSTAGE.................... 48.62 LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INS CO, LIBERTY TAXABLE............................. 52.78 M & M CONSTRUCTION, MATERIALS/LABOR...................... 1,583.52 MACKE MOTORS, REPAIRS................ 307.58 MARTIN BROS, POOL PANCAKE FUNDRAISER...... 235.37 MID AMERICAN ENERGY, GAS/ELECTRIC............................. 5,503.28 MID AMERICA PUBLISHING, ADS/LEGALS...................................... 64.21 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY, REPAIRS.............. 85.03 SHELL FLEET, FUEL.......................... 1,524.92 ST LUKE’S OCCUPATIONAL, DRUG TESTING................................. 30.00 THE MESSENGER, SUBSCRIPTION... 196.20 USA BLUE BOOK, FILTER PROJECT..... 29.63 WESTRUM LEAK DETECTION, LEAK DETECTING........................... 925.00 WILLIS LAW OFFICE, LEGAL FEES....... 97.50 WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATI, TELEPHONE/INTERNET.................. 506.72 TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE.......... 23,445.61 PAYROLL CHECKS........................... 10,846.81 PAID TOTAL................................... 34,292.42

Rockwell City - Lytton Claims Rockwell City-Lytton CSD JANUARY BOARD BILLS-RCL 01/22/2014 Vendor Name, Description....................Amount Checking Account ID, 1......... Fund Number, 10 AMERICAN EXPRESS, KINDLE SUPPLIES/SPEC ED CHAIR.......... 1,922.21 ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO., MILK FOR ELP..................................... 45.72 BLUETARP FINANCIAL, MAINT SUPPLIES.............................. 117.69 CARLSON AUTO BODY & REPAIR LLC, PARTS............................. 7.30 CARROLL REFUSE SERVICE, TRASH REMOVAL.............................. 475.00 CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING, INC, SUPPLIES.................................. 515.31 CITY OF ROCKWELL CITY, WATER/SEWAGE............................ 1,242.41 DECKER EQUIPMENT, MAINT SUPPLIES.............................. 420.38 DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, TSA ANNUAL ADMIN FEE............................................ 0.00 EAST SAC COUNTY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, 1ST SEMESTER OE.................... 51,008.00 FARMER’S COOPERATIVE, CHEMICALS FOR SCHOOL LAWN........................ 314.00 FELD EQUIPMENT CO., INC., MS INSPECTION................................ 879.00 FORTUNE, KATHY, MILEAGE REIMB FOR NOV & DEC................... 224.00 GRAINGER, WALL HEATER................. 190.70 HALEY EQUIPMENT, FILTERS/OIL....... 314.44 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY, BATTERIES... 116.21 IOWA OFFICE SUPPLY,

MAINT CONTRACT............................ 312.29 IOWA ONE CALL, SERIVCES................... 3.80 IXL LEARNING, SITE LICENSE UPGRADE................. 100.00 JANITOR’S CLOSET, SUPPLIES............ 41.57 LYTTON TOWN CRIER, VACANCIES/ MINUTES/BILLS................................. 146.80 MARCO, MAINT CONTRACT................ 346.74 MEDIACOM, MS PHONE....................... 327.44 MIDAMERICA PUBLISHING CORPORATION, OCTOBER PREPAID........................... 67.41 NEWELL/FONDA COMMUNITY SCHOOL, OE 1ST SEMESTER..................... 15,002.50 O’HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL, Bus Cameras................................... 2,362.75 PEPSIAMERICAS, INC., POP OF TEACHER LOUNGE.............. 96.48 PETTY CASH – MS, POSTAGE.............. 21.68 PRAIRIE LAKES AREA EDUCATION A, BANDWIDTH..................................... 260.00 PURELAND SUPPLY, Tech Supplies..... 294.50 REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY, STUDENT PASS-SPEC ED................. 46.00 RIEMAN MUSIC, MS Band Resale.......... 48.11 SCHOLASTIC INC, LISTENING LIBRARY-AUDREY GRAY.................. 165.00 SCHOOL BUS SALES, PARTS.............. 162.41 SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, ELEM SUPPLIES............................... 254.77 SNAP ON TOOLS CORPORATION, TOOLS................................................ 110.40 SOUTHSIDE GROCERY, ELP SUPPLIES................................... 154.27 STAR ENERGY, FUEL........................ 2,434.58 SWANSON HARDWARE, SUPPLIES.... 271.69 TRACY, TRAVIS,

MILEAGE FOR DECEMBER............. 168.00 WAL MART COMMUNITY CREDIT, Nurse Supplies.................................... 55.34 WEISS PLUMBING & HEATING, INC, PLUMBING............... 114.30 WESSELS OIL COMPANY INC, DIESEL FUEL..................................... 455.00 WESTONE LABORATORIES, INC, HEARING AID MOLDS......................... 91.70 WUEBKER, ANDREA, REIMB FOR SUPPLIES..................... 199.84 Fund Number, 10............................... 81,907.74 Checking Account ID, 1......... Fund Number, 22 KRETLOW, BARB, MEDICATION FOR WORK INJURY............................ 15.55 McCRARY ROST CLINIC, WORKERS COMP............................. 130.02 Fund Number, 22.................................... 145.57 Checking Account ID, 1......... Fund Number, 33 M & M CONSTRUCTION, CEILING REPAIR............................... 985.80 WERNIMONT ELECTRIC & CONST., ELECTRICAL WORK...................... 3,318.74 Fund Number, 33................................. 4,304.54 Checking Account ID, 2........ Fund Number, 61, SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO., DAIRY PRODUCTS......................... 2,449.28 EARTHGRAINS COMPANY, BREAD PRODUCTS.......................... 500.11 KECK, INC., COMMODITY FREIGHT.................. 1,065.82 MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO., FOOD SUPPLIES............................ 8,471.99 SWANSON HARDWARE, FAN................ 34.99 Fund Number, 61............................... 12,522.19

City of Rockwell City City of Rockwell City January 21, 2014 7:00PM Mayor Heinlen called the meeting to order with the following members present: Lange, Hepp, Walters, Dawson and Hendricks. Motion by Hendricks, second by Hepp approving the agenda; unanimous. Motion by Hendricks, second by Dawson, to approve the consent agenda of the January 6 meeting minutes and bills as submitted; unanimous. The I & S Group updated the council on the Sanitary Sewer Project. They stated they had submitted a CDBG Grant, made application to Iowa Finance, completed the City IUP and told the Council that the City had been approved for a planning and design loan at zero percent interest. The group has completed surveying and opened manholes to determine how many will need replaced. David Doxtad, Engineer for I & S Group, told the Council about a Water Resource grant that is used for resource restoration projects. If granted, 1% of the loan amount is given to the City to use to improve water quality, but David felt it could potentially help with I & I issues too. He asked the Council if they would consider a project. After much discussion, motion by Hepp, second by Dawson to apply for the Water Resource grant and approve the Mayor to sign the application, unanimous. Motion by Dawson, second by Lange, to forgive the excess sewer for 401 Jones Street due to a water pipe break that caused an estimated fifty percent of the water to be pumped out of the house, therefore not going into the sewer system. Ayes- Lange, Hepp, Walters and Dawson. Nays- Hendricks. Motion by Hepp, second by Dawson to forgive half the excess sewer on 328 Washington Street due to a pipe break below the bathroom which caused water to partially drain to a crawl space and the other to a sewer drain. Ayes- Lange, Hepp, Walters and Dawson. Nays- Hendricks.

The Council discussed health insurance for the Buenting family, dedication of the City pond and a date for a dedication. There will be an update of information and further discussion at the February 3 meeting. The Council instructed Clerk Smidt to check with the sanitation service, landfill, recycler and the Middle School, to verify if May 31 would work to hold the City wide cleanup day. The Mayor will request that the COOP manager come to the next meeting to again discuss the need to remove railroad tracks that cross City streets and the installation of sidewalks on adjacent properties. Clerk Smidt will work on dangerous building projects started last fall. She will discuss with the City Attorney how to progress with different issues presented while working on properties. The Mayor, Council, and City Clerk spent time working on the FY15 budget. Mayor Heinlen called for further business and, with none, motion by Walters, second by Hepp to adjourn the meeting at 8:55PM; unanimous. Next meeting Monday, February 3, 2014 at 7:00 PM. Warrants 55498-55550. Attest: Phil R. Heinlen, Mayor Kelly Smidt, City Clerk ACCO, CHEMICALS..............................260.60 ALLIED SYSTEMS IBC, REPAIR DEWATERING SYSTEM....230.82 AMERICAN CONCRETE, POND PROJECT..............................267.25 ATLANTIC TACTICAL, RIFLE/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE.....970.89 CALHOUN COUNTY REMINDER, ADS................................50.00 CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC, SUPPLIES........................................162.30 CHAMPION CHRYSLER, REPAIR CAMERA MOUNT.................66.47 CRYSTAL CLEAR WINDOWS, WINDOW CLEANING.........................27.00 GALLS/QUARTERMASTER, REPLACEMENT BATTERY/CLOTHING ALLOW........507.95

HALLETT MATERIALS, ICE CONTROL SAND.........................97.24 HOTSY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, POWERSHINE.................................124.00 I & S GROUP, SANITARY SEWER PROJECT/ENGINEERING..........17,710.05 IA MUNICIPAL FINANCE OFFICERS, 2014 DUES.........................................55.00 IOWA ONE CALL, FAX LOCATES...........10.80 KAREN MCCUBBIN, CC DEPOSIT REFUND....................100.00 KING WELDING & REPAIR, LLC, REPAIR PLATE DEFLECTOR..........275.00 KUM & GO, FUEL..................................125.29 LARRY SCHOOP, REIMBURSEMENT TOBACCO COMPLAINCE...................6.09 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, GAS/ELECTRIC.............................9,240.95 MINDY CAPION, RETURN METER DEPOSIT.............125.00 NC IOWA SOLID WASTE AGENCY, QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT.......1,922.63 N.A.F.T.A., FED/FICA TAX...................4,312.59 NORTH AMERICAN SALT, SOFTNER SALT...........................3,250.83 POSTMASTER, POSTAGE/BILLS.........690.00 STAR ENERGY, FUEL........................2,427.85 STATE HYGENIC LABORATORY U I, LAB ANALYSIS.................................466.00 THE TRAVELERS-AMD, WORKERS COMPENSATION.....17,167.00 TITAN MACHINERY.............................., CASE LOADER REPAIR.............................352.67 TRUE NORTH COMPANIES, LC, HEALTH PREMIUMS...................16,980.53 UNITY POINT CLINIC, 2014 DATA MEMBERSHIP DUES...............30.00 US 20 CORRIDOR ASSN, 2014 DUES.......................................100.00 WESTECH, DRAFT TUBE INSPECTION & MIXER..................9,145.26 ZEP SALES AND SERVICE, SUPPLIES.........................................268.06 TOTAL...............................................87,526.12

Board of Supervisors Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Thursday, January 16, 2014 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Jacobs, Hoag. Sr., and Nicholson Agenda additions: Approve Weed Commissioner Report It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the agenda as amended. Ayes all. Motion carried The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the minutes. Ayes all.

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Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the Weed Commissioner’s Report. Ayes all Motion carried. Kerrie Hull met with the Board to review the Medical Examiner budget. Budget request was same for FY 13/14. Kerrie also reviewed the E-911 budget. Steve O’Connor, EMA, met with the Board to review the budget. Same as FY 13/14. Phil E. Waniorek, Jr., President, Benefits, Inc., met with the Board to review the revised Wellmark BC/BS rates. Rick Hopper, Engineeer, JacobsonWestergard & Associates, Inc., and David

Wollenzien, Drainage Attorney, met with the Board concerning DD 198-A. Also present was: Bruce and Alex Vonnahme, contractors, and Wayne Dowling, Drainage Clerk. The railroad costs for a permit, insurance, and flaggers was discussed. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to adjourn until Tuesday, January 21, at 9:00 a.m. for their next regular Board meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Scott Jacobs, Chairman Judy Howrey, Auditor Gary Nicholson, Vice Chairman Dean G. Hoag, Sr.

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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NORMA CAMPBELL, Deceased. PROBATE NO. ESPR501733 To all persons interested in the Estate of Norma Campbell, Deceased, who died on or about the 1st day of February, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 29th day of October, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the Estate shall file them with the Clerk of the abovenamed District Court, as provided by Law, duly

authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this Notice or one month from the date of mailing of this Notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 24th day of January, 2014.

Candace S. Morrow 801 S. Center Street Lake City, IA 51449 Administrator of the Estate William D. Kurth Attorney for the Administrator 823 West Main, P.O. Box 126 Lake City, IA 51449

Date of second publication 5th day of February, 2014


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February, 1964 50 Years Ago Gabble Tattle Prattle – One day just before Christmas, Mrs. Retta Earl returned to her home and found this note on her door: “Dear Mrs. Earl: I suppose you are wondering who shoveled your drive way and the rest of your sidewalk. You have been so kind to me so I wanted to repay you. You are just like a grandmother to me. This is my Christmas present to you. Sincerely yours. Gary Henson.” Mrs. Earl’s comment: “This work of this boy’s hands expresses the true meaning of Christmas. Not an expensive present, but a deed of kindness to help a friend. This was the nicest Christmas present of 1963.” Possibly all of us could profit by the moral of this story throughout the New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Temple and children of Des Moines, Kirk Johnson of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and daughter, Kay and Doug Edgar enjoyed a Christmas dinner Monday night of last week at Carroll in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merritt. Lanesboro – Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harshbarger and daughter, Judy had as dinner guests in their home on Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harshbarger of Boone, Ewayne Wooter of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kolbe and family of Jolley, Mrs. Luella Mack of Lake City and Miss Forence Gray of Glidden. In observance of the ninetieth anniversary of his birthday, A. M. Short was honored Sunday at an Open House at his home. Hosts for the courtesy were his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Johnson and family. Guests were greeted at the door by his grandson, Ronald Johnson and Roxanne, Sherry and Valerie Johnson, granddaughters served the refreshments. A bouquet of carnations, a gift from the Progressive Sunday School class, centered the gift table. Other gifts included ninety silver dollars from his son, Earl Short of San Diego, California, a painting by his 12-year-old grandson, Richard Iwaniki of Canoga Park, California, a plant from another grandson, Richard Short of Atlanta, Georgia and letters of congratulations from his twentyone grandchildren and most of his fifty-three great grandchildren. Minute Steak, Lb., 89c; Rolled Rump Roast, Lb, 89c; Folgers Coffer, with order of $5.00 or more, Lb. 59c — Lake City Super Valu. Three students in the instrumental department of the Lake City Community high school auditioned Saturday at Storm Lake for chairs in the Northwest Iowa Band Festival. They are Ron Betts, tenor sax; Nancy Albright, clarinet and Phil Knouf, baritone horn. They were accompanied by Don Conrad, band director. Nine students in the speech department received excellent and superior ratings in the annual Invitational Speech meet held last Saturday at Storm Lake. Over 350 students from northwest Iowa participated in the meet. The ratings, as announced by Mrs. Betty Yunek, instructor, were as follows: Karen Melody, two superiors; Tom Hobart,

one superior and two excellent; Bill Goodyear, Bob Ferguson, Ron Betts and Garry Johnston, one superior and one excellent; Joan Hobart and Tim Willis, two excellent; and Linda Lou Heideman, one excellent. The Lake City girls go into semifinal play in the county tournament tonight against Lohrville at Lohrville after a decisive win over Pomeroy 83-51 Tuesday night at Manson. Pam Streeter paced all scorers with 36. Jan Ringgenberg had 21; Carol Holm, 11; Mary McClintock, 10 and Chris Streeter 5. Playing a good defensive game were Donna Ausborn, Nancy Gray, Juanita Batz and Luanne Grantham. Mrs. Alice Comstock was recently honored with a gift to the Teacher Appreciation Fund of the Iowa State Education Association. Her name will be permanently inscribed in the Book of Memories as one of the teachers for whom the memorial headquarters building, Salisbury House is especially dedicated. Mrs. Comstock retired in the spring of 1962 after about 30 years of service in the elementary department of the Lake City Schools. January, 1914 100 Years Ago Bob Jolly has opened a pool hall on the west side of the square in conjunction with Crosswait’s barber shop. A very lovely wedding was solemnized Christmas Day at high noon at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hotchkiss on Woodlawn Avenue, when their youngest daughter, Miss Jeanette Lucille was married to Mr. George C. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wright. The whole lower floor was decorated with smilax, holly and mistletoe. Streamers of green crepe paper combined with smilax to form the little bower in the front room making a charming background for the bridal party. After the singing of “Mine” by Miss Eunice Barron, Miss Lucy Kilgore played the opening strains of Mendlessohn’s Wedding March as the bride and groom, unattended, came down the stairs, meeting the Rev. David Youker of Gowrie, great uncle of the bride, in the bower. The Job Department of the Graphic Office is in good running order. Our presses are propelled by electric motors which insure promptitude and afford a protection against delay. Bring the job printing to The Graphic Office and it will be carefully executed. Opera House, Monday Night, Jan. 5 – Trousdale Bros. Co. present “A Country Boy,” a comedy drama in 4 acts. Prices always the same 25cts., Children under 10 years old, 10 cts. We will be with you every Monday Night with a Different Play and New Specialties. Come and Get Acquainted. Next Tuesday evening at the high school building an illustrated lecture on the Yellowstone National Park will be given absolutely free to the high school students and their friends including the pupils of the sixth and seventh grades. This is the initial trial of the lantern presented to the school by the class of 1914. It is the

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Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Tuesday, January 21, 2014 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Jacobs, Nicholson and Hoag Sr., Agenda additions: None It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion carried The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion carried. Bill Jurries, General Maintenance Supervisor, met with the Board concerning quotes for a pickup with blade. Bids will be received Tuesday, January 28, at 11:00 a.m. at their regular Board meeting. Ron Haden, Engineer, and B.J. Musselman, Shop Foreman, met with the Board to update them on Secondary road projects. Pam Anderson, Director, Economic Development, met with the Board to present the Historical Preservation and Calhoun County Economic Development budgets - Same rates as FY 13/14. The Computer Committee met with the Board concerning the computer budget. It was moved

by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the EMS upgrades for equipment, firewall, replacement of server 2, installation, and labor for approximately $21,126. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the following reports: Quarterly report of Commission of Veterans Affairs, Marlene Welander, Director; Quarterly report of William A. Davis, Sheriff; December 2013 report of Donna Geery, Clerk of District Court; Quarterly report of Judy Howrey, Auditor; and Quarterly report of Calhoun County Historical Society. Ayes all. Motion carried. A telephonic meeting was held at 11:00 a.m. from Webster County Board of Supervisors for JT DD 12-38. The Non-departmental budget was presented by Judy Howrey, County Auditor. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to adjourn until Wednesday, January 22, at 10:30 a.m.; Thursday, January 23rd at 9:00 a.m.; and Tuesday, January 28 at 9:00 a.m. for their next regular Board meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Scott Jacobs, Chairman Judy Howrey, Auditor Gary Nicholson, Vice Chairman Dean G. Hoag, Sr.

Board of Supervisors Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Wednesday, January 22, 2014 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Jacobs, Nicholson and Hoag. Sr., Agenda additions: None It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion carried. The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion carried. Insurance Committee members, Sue Hammen, Ron Haden, Robin Batz, and Department Heads, Joan Wagner and Lori Erkenbrack, met with the Board concerning health insurance rates. After a discussion, it was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to increase the County’s employer

contribution from the current year amount of $600.00/month to $650.00/month for a single plan with an employee contribution of $65.00/ month; and the County’s employer contribution from the current year of $1475.00/month to $1600.00/month for a family plan with an employee contribution of $180.00/month for a family plan, beginning July 1, 2014. Dental coverage will no longer be paid by the County effective July 1, 2014, but will be offered as an option to be paid by the employee. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to adjourn until Thursday, January 23rd at 9:00 a.m. to review budgets, and Tuesday, January 28 at 9:00 a.m. for their next regular Board meeting. Ayes all. Motion carried. Scott Jacobs, Chairman Karen Norine, Deputy Auditor Gary Nicholson, Vice Chairman Dean G. Hoag, Sr.

second of the series of entertainments purely educational in character that was advertised last October when Mrs. Wilson gave her lecture on The Educational Values of Pictures. A general invitation is extended to the patrons of the school to attend this lecture Tuesday evening. The program will begin at seven thirty o’clock. Last Friday afternoon a traveling man at Hotel Columbia called Central and put in a call for a party in Buffalo, N. Y. To the surprise of Miss Martha Messenger, who made the call, Buffalo, N. Y. was secured at once and the patron enjoyed as plain and distinct a conversation with the Buffalo party as though in the same block. We can all remember when we considered it marvelous to be able to converse by phone with a person in an adjoining town. Distance seems to be no bar these modern days. The annual examination for graduation from the country schools will be held in the high school building at Lake City February 26 and 27, 1914. Those who have never taken this examination most write in reading, grammar, history, arithmetic, music, writing, civil government, physiology, geography and orthography. Those who pass with an average grade of 75 per cent with no grade below 70 per cent will be given diplomas that will entitle them to enter any high school without further examination. Under the laws of Iowa graduates from the rural schools will have their tuition paid for four years in the high school they may elect to attend. Teachers in rural schools are urged to prepare as many as possible to pass this examination February 26 and 27. George Smith sold and shipped his old saw mill this week to Edward Anderson at Stanhope, Iowa. This saw mill is considerably more than fifty years old. It was purchased as a second hand mill forty-seven years ago in Ohio by the Oxenfords and did duty on Coon River in connection with the Oxenford grist mill for many, many years and this section of country has yet thousands of feet of good lumber in its old wooden structures built many years ago. Mr. Smith has done sawing jobs around the country here for a number of years. The old mill with its two big circular saws is said to be still in fairly good working condition, considering its age. Too bad the Old Settlers association could not have bought this old historic sawmill to place in its archives. Dentistry – 80% of the population of the United States have tooth trouble brought on by indifference or neglect. Bad teeth are destructive to health and shorten life if neglected. Let us make an estimate and examine your teeth. Our Prices: Full Set of Teeth, $10,00 and up; Gold Crowns – 22k, $6.00; Bridge Work, per tooth, $6.00; Porcelain Crowns, $5.00. We give Somnoform for the painless extraction of teeth, Rooms 4 and 5, Citizens Bank Blk. – Dr. Colvig, Dentist. A wedding of much interest took place Wednesday evening, January 21 at eight o’clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Losee, when their only daughter, Florine L, became the bride of Dr. Melvin J. McVay. Miss Helen Hungerford presided at the piano and played two preludes, “Venetian Love Song” and “To a Water Lily.”

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Speeding: Thomas Edward Albrecht, Badger; Irene Marie Stafford, Pomeroy; Anthony Alan McCoy, Lanesboro; Cory Lee Bryant, Ames; Robert Dean Peacock, Paton; Nancy Lee Attey, Sioux Falls, SD; Patti Jo Michael, Des Moines; Bryn Marie Thomas, West Des Moines; Steven William Ortner, Danbury. Defective tires: Thomas Edward Albrecht, Badger. Dark window/windshield violation: Ryan Rodger Stumbo, Laurens. Magistrate/district court judgments: State of Iowa vs Trent Walter Crouse, Domestic abuse causing bodily injury/mental illness, $315.00 suspended fine, 2 day jail sentence, 11 month 28 day suspended jail sentence, 1 year probation, $90.00 attorney fees, & $100.00 court costs. State of Iowa vs Kyle Gary Kuhn, OWI-1st offense, $1250.00 fine, $437.50 surcharge, $10.00 D.A.R.E. surcharge, 2 day jail sentence, 5 month 28 day suspended jail sentence, 1 year probation to Calhoun County Sheriff, & $140.00 court costs. State of Iowa vs Mark Leonard Tubbs, Ackley, Violations of Chapter 325A-Except 325A-8, $397.50; & Failure to comply with safety regulatory rules, $127.50. civil court judgments: H & R Accounts, Inc. vs Zebulon Smith, $24,717.57 judgment with interest at the rate of 2.13% from 10/14/13, & $217.30 court costs. Rojohn Home Improvements vs Jason Lee Vaudt, $1000.00 judgment. Marriage certificate: Brittany Lynn Love to Trae Michael Green. Warranty deed: Donald W. Johnson & Doris E. Johnson to Jeffery J. Blair & Cindy L. Blair, Tr., W1/2 NE1/4 Section 07-86-33; OL 27, 28, 33, & 34, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33; N. 528’ OL 29, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33; 5 x 52 Rods Tr., OL 29, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33; N. 20 Rods OL 31, & OL 32, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33. Rev. $343.20. Richard Dewayne Brown & Christine Elaine Brown to John G. Myers, 2.53 Ac. Tr., Parcel A, W1/2 NW1/4 Section 22-88-34. Rev. $79.20. Quit claim deed: Pro Cooperative, Inc. to Tena Crouse Estate, Tr. Lt. 4, Blk. 25, 7th Addn., Manson. No Rev. Anne R. Weston to Daryl J. Weston, Lts. 4-10 & W. 30’ Lt. 3, Blk. 1, Heebner Addn., Rockwell

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Grand View University in Des Moines has named students to the fall 2013 Dean’s List for students earning a GPA of 3.5 or better. The Dean’s List includes the following students from this area: Lytton Rebecca Peterman (perfect 4.0); Stephanie Peterman; Manson Whitney Hinrichs (perfect 4.0); Glidden Cassondra Platt;

City; & 0.52 Ac. Tr.-239’ x 95’, OL 19, SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 25-88-33. No Rev. Catherine Lensing to Douglas Lensing, Lts. 7 & 8, Blk. 2, Child’s 2nd Addn., Rockwell City. No Rev. Court officer deed: Gary R. Johnson Estate & Larry Koos, Executor to Calhoun County, Iowa & Marilyn Class Life Estate, S. 40 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 Section 20-88-32; NW1/4 W. of DD Ex. Lt. A-2.1 Ac. Tr. & S. of Lake Creek, Section 2988-32. No Rev. Gary R. Johnson Estate & Larry Koos, Executor to Rodney Bane, E1/2 SE1/4 Section 17-88-32. No Rev. Gary R. Johnson Estate & Larry Koos, Executor to Marilyn Class, W. 50’ Lt. 7, Blk. 23, Rockwell & Hubbell Addn., Rockwell City; 50’ x 200’ Tr. Lt. 8, Blk. 1, Lewis & Smith Addn., Rockwell City; & Pt. W. of DD & N. of Creek, NW1/4 Section 29-88-32. No Rev. Richard J. Block & Janet A. Block, Executor to Janet A. Block, Undiv. 1/2 interest Lt. 102 & N1/2 Lt. 101, Blk. 1, Walnut Beach, Section 3289-32; Lt. 102 & N1/2 Lt. 101, Blk. 1, Walnut Beach, Section 33-8932; Lts. 54-56, Blk. 3, 2nd Walnut Beach, Section 33-89-32; Lt. 100 & S1/2 Lt. 101 Ex. Tr., Blk. 1, Walnut Beach, Section 33-89-32; & Lt. 100 & S1/2 Lt. 101 Ex. Tr., Blk. 1, Walnut Beach, Section 32-89-32. No Rev. Mortgage: Barbara J. Jones, Steven M. Jones, Earl F. Pickens, Trustee, Earl F. Pickens Trust, & Donna M. Pickens Trust to Manson State Bank, Lts. 17 & 18, Stein Addn., Section 27-8932; & Lts. 17 & 18, Stein Addn., Section 28-89-32. Jeffery J. Blair & Cindy L. Blair to United Bank of Iowa, Tr., W1/2 NE1/4 Section 07-86-33; OL 27, 28, 33, & 34, NW1/4 Section 07-8633; N. 528’ OL 29, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33; 5 x 52 Rods Tr., OL 29, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33; N. 20 Rods OL 31, & OL 32, NW1/4 Section 07-86-33. Modification of mortgage: Harold T. Olson & Virginia A.

Olson to Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, Pt., NE1/4 Section 01-89-33; & Pt. Blks. 54, 55, & 56, 9th Addn., Pomeroy; & Pt. Vacated Ontario Street. Harold T. Olson & Virginia A. Olson to Federal Land Bank of Omaha, Pt., NE1/4 Section 01-8933; & Pt. Blks. 54, 55, & 56, 9th Addn., Pomeroy; & Pt. Vacated Ontario Street. Assignment of mortgage: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS), Flagstar Bank, James Casey, & Deborah J. Casey to Everbank, 0.13 Ac. Tr.-39’ x 150’, NW1/4 NE1/4 Section 3688-33. Mortgage release: Farm Credit Services, FLCA to Steven Donald Gutshall & Pamela Sue Gutshall, W. 20 Ac. Tr., E1/2 NW1/4 Section 23-86-31. Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA & Farm Credit Services of the Midlands, FLCA to Steven Donald Gutshall & Pamela Sue Gutshall, W. 100 Ac., NW1/4 Section 23-86-31. United Bank of Iowa to Danny D. Morrow, Jennifer L. Morrow, David W. Smith, & Laura A. Smith, S1/2 NW1/4 Blk. 11, Smith’s 1st Addn., Lake City. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS), BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP, & Bank of America, to Steven J. Blanchard & Cymthia M. Blanchard, 3.95 Ac. Tr., Lt. A, NW1/4 SW1/4 Section 24-8634. Affidavit: Wells Fargo Bank to Gary A. Hanson & Kelly J. Hanson, Lts. 9, 10, & E1/2 Lt. 11, OL 7, Rockwell & Hubbell Addn., Rockwell City. (Affidavit RE Chapter 7 Bankruptcy) Scott J. Holland to Shelley L. Holland, Scott J. Holland, & Rachael Poling Holland, Lt. 3 & N1/2 Lt. 4, Blk. 7, Moody & Davy Addn., Pomeroy. Plat of survey: John P. Lennon, Survey to Craig E. Voorde, 0.41 Ac. Tr.-Parcel 1, 2.12 Ac. Tr.-Parcel 2, & 0.5 Ac. Tr.Parcel 3, Gov’t. Lt. 6, Section 01-8833.

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IMMANUEL LUTHERAN 712-465-5545 9(Missouri a.m. SundaySynod) Worship Rev. a.m. Chadric Dietrich 10:15 Fellowship/Coffee Summer Schedule: at 9:30 For information on localService Bible Studies call Pastor Phil @ (H) a.m. 712-465-5545 (C) 712465-6009.

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Northwestern Dean’s List Jane Eucharistic Ministers were: Jean Kristen Pedersen of Rockwell City Knobbe, and Ann Christiansen. ha, a student at Northwestern College Honorary Casket Bearers were: in Orange City, Iowa, has earned a Lenus Schulte, Don Smith, Tom spot on the Academic Dean’s List Gorman, and Jeff Ellerbrock. Casket for the fall 2013 semester. The Bearers were: Matt Ellerbrock, Dean’s List is comprised of students Dan Frederick, Brian Phillips, Tim who have achieved a semester grade Schulte, Bob Schulte, and Dave point average of 3.50 or above while Reiling. Burial was at 3:30 p.m. carrying a minimum of 12 graded Friday at St. Mary’s Cemetery near hours. Auburn. Visitation beganofat Northern noon on Friday Nicholas Kavanaugh and Megan the University Iowa Lawrence Church Carroll Wharff of Cedar Falls are pleased to at in St. Student Affairs. He is in employed until of the funeral mass. Iowa announce their engagement. in thetime University of Northern Funeral arrangements were ParentsROCKWELL of the couple are Dana Admissions Offi ce. CITY the isdirection the Sharp Etzel and Dave Wharff of Urbandale under Wharff a 2007ofgraduate of Funeral Home in Carroll and online CHURCH OF CHRIST and Chris and Kris Kavanaugh of Urbandale High School and a 9 a.m. Sunday school condolences may be left for Georgia’s 10 a.m. Communion & Worship Lohrville. 2011 graduate of the University of family at www.sharpfuneral.com. Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Supper; 7 to 8 p.m. A Dec. 22 wedding Northern with a10,bachelor’s th West Des Youth Group 1st thru 12in grades Born on Iowa November 1929 at Moines is planned. degree in Communication. Decatur, Indiana, Georgia was She the EVANGELICAL CHURCH Kavanaugh is aFREE 2008 graduate daughter is pursuing a master’s degree of George and Helen (Gass) Interim Speaker Tim Chavers of Southern 817 CalS.High from the Georgia University andofherNorthern family 3rd. St. School and Andrews. moved to South Bend, Indiana a 2011 graduate of the University Iowa in Communication. She in is For more information, call 297-5445 th Grade 1935. She graduated from 8Assistant a.m. Worship; 6:30 with p.m. Sunday evening of9 Northern Iowa a bachelor’s employed as a Graduate Worship; St. University Monica’s ofinNorthern Mishawaka, degree in Communication. He is at in the Iowa Wednesday: Prayer Service – 6 p.m. and attended two years at pursuing a master’s degree from Indiana, Communication Department. Mishawaka High School. The family IMMANUEL LUTHERAN then moved to Lake City, in 1945 (Missouri Synod) where she graduated from Lake City Rev. Chadric Dietrich Sundays: 5 p.m. Worship High School with the Class of 1947. On Thanksgiving Day,Sunday. November The ST. Calhoun County Museum the Variety Show this We FRANCIS CATHOLIC 23, 1950 she was united in marriage AssociationFr.met at Danner the museum on will furnish the bars and help set up Brian Edwin Ellerbrock at St. Mary’s a.m.nine Sunday Sept. 18.Masses: There9:30 were members to tables. Catholic Church came in Lake See Parish Bulletin for weekday Mass present. Jeremy Schaefer to lookCity. over scheduleJohnson Called Georgia livedworks on and Edwin’s family President Marlene the electrical gave us a bid years where the meeting to order, the minutes century of what itfarm will for cost36 to update it. He they raised their three children. were read the treasurer’s report showed us several ways to do it She and ST. and PAUL LUTHERAN moved the death of was explained. Bot accepted. we had toto Carroll choose,after so voted to have Reverend Jimwere Mossman Old Saturdays: business:5:30 Uyntha Duncan has his company come and do the work. p.m. Worship Sundays: 9 a.m.times Worship; a.m. on Sunday come several to 10 work new It will be sometime in October. School Confirmation cards for theand exhibits. They look Every year we treat the County Auburn – Bernice Sievers, 87, Served 1st & 3rd Sunday and Supervisors veryCommunion nice. JoAnne Maguire to a dinner, so we all died Friday, January 24, 2014 at Aileen Maguire have helped her. brought covered dishes and they Shady Oaks Care Center in Lake Jim Casey and crew have been came at noon and it was a nice dinner UNITED METHODIST City. Funeral services were at 10:30 Bane, Pastor painting theAnita windows, as you can see for them and us as well. a.m. Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at Wednesday, January 5:30 p.m. High when you drive by.22: There are Jr. a LOT It’s getting to the end of our year Pilgrim Lutheran Church with Rev. EPIC; 7 p.m. Sr. High EPIC of windows, as you can see when being open. We’ve had a good Craig Zandi officiating and burial January 26: 9:15 a.m. Sunday youSunday, drive by, so it takes a while. attendance of people coming just School, 10:30 a.m. Worship in Oaklawn Cemetery in Auburn. TheTuesday, men have been working to go through and we have gotten January 28: 10 a.m. Holyvery Visitation was from 5:00 p.m-8:00 hard getting the View; Hammond Log several projects done. We had a good Communion at Sunny 11 a.m. Holy p.m. on Monday at Pilgrim Lutheran Cabin ready to move up Knoll here. It was board of workers and we all seem to Communion at Sunny Church, Lake City. Lampe Funeral Wednesday, 29: 5:30so p.m. High and still is aJanuary lot of work, weJr.thank enjoy it. Home is handling the arrangements. 6 p.m. Bells (RC); 7 p.m. Sr. High allEPIC; of them. The only thing that is coming up is Bernice Joann Sievers was born EPICreported on the the Bonnie DeBolt Variety Show, so hope you can on August 25, 1926 in Carroll to Flea Market. SOMERS It did very well and all come and enjoy that. Paul and Angie (Johnson) Freese. made more than they did last time. We want to make know that On September 4, 1947 she married She thanked all METHODIST her helpers for all we are a CALHOUN COUNTY UNITED Lester Sievers at the Wheatland their hard workThompson, and it takes Kristina Pastora LOT MUSEUM, not just a Rockwell City Presbyterian Church, rural Breda. Sundays: 9 a.m. of work. Big thanks toWorship her! museum, so we would like people Bernice worked as a homemaker th Sun. Sept. 16 was the annual from other towns to come and serve and cleaned and ironed for many Al Welsh Dance. We had a good on the board. families in the surrounding areas. attendance. There were about 90 BIG THANKS to all who helped She enjoyed quilting, playing cards who came and they danced a lot, sit and work and just come and with the 6 ladies, working with always a fun time. enjoyed the wonderful museum. flowers, and feeding the squirrels. New business: Dorothy Talbot has Bernice was a member of the Ladies Aid of Pilgrim &Zion and Cover Girls Quilting. Bernice is survived by her children Kristy (Harold) Hare of Lake City, News & Advertising Friday Noon Rick (Sue) at Sievers of Auburn, Jeff (Lori) Sievers of Lake City, Paul Sievers of Carroll and Lori

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SCC 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

SCC Attendance Awards

AA Honor Roll

4:000 G.P.A. 9th Grade Brooklin McKinney, Sydnie Schultz, Ben Wozniak

10th Grade Courtney Andersen, Nolan Ford, Jordan Hepp, Taylor Hepp, Sarah Van Hulzen 11th Grade Maggie Anderson, Kori Assman, Haley Birks, Ryan Daisy, Jane Kipp, Sadie Swank, Rachel Wedemeyer, Katie Welander 12th Grade Trevor Bounds, Abby Collison, Ashley Henkenius, Tyler Kutz, Jace Neubaum, Matthew Nieland

A Honor Roll

3.670 – 3.999 G.P.A. 9th Grade Allison Birks, Tanner Campbell, Kelsi Carlson, Kody Case, Abby Clark, Katelyn Decker, Naia Goodman, Keaton Hammen, Megan Hardy, Micah Lantz, Jennifer Mossman, Jaden Nesbitt, A.J. Neubaum, Kjersti Olson, Tyler O’Tool, Jonas Otto, Lucas Otto, Anastasia Sackfield

Kindergarten Attendance Awards

Kindergarten students with perfect attendance for the first semester include: Tyler Fredericksen, Tyson Jackson, Wyatt Mernka, Charlie Nattress, Connor Higgins, Carson Shaver, Katie Burley, and Morgan McChesney.

1st Grade Attendance Awards

1st Grade students with perfect attendance for the first semester include: Mia Davis, Carter Hawkins, Breanne Patterson, Miley Stout, Case Korleski and (not pictured) Kayden Hammen.

10th Grade Ally Blanchfield, Derrick Henkenius, Shelby Kingery, Carter Ludwig, Conner Ludwig, Ryan Martin, Ty Riley, Julia Seil, Mallory Willett 11th Grade Jordan Batta, Colin Brown, Hailey Burley, Hannah Corey, Lucas Farrington, Kylie Hepp, Jennifer Hood, Nolan Huddleson, Natasha Klocke, Ryan Nicholson, Tanner Schrad 12th Grade Kyler Case, Hannah DeMoss, Maria Dischler, Tabitha Fergason, Kellsie Knapp, Shelby McKinney, Ethan Owens, Leah Spyker

B Honor Roll

3.000 – 3.669 G.P.A. 9th Grade Brandon Assman, Kali Babcock, Ryan Brown, Alexander Campbell, Cade Carstens, Jesse Casey, Austin Dumdei, Aspen Ellis, Logan Fonken, Deianeira Grage, Andrew Gray, Ashten Halvorsen, Brendan Henkelman, Emily Henkenius, Sidney Kelley, Jordan Ludwig, Mykenzie Schoop, Cody Schumacher, Vanessa Squier, Matt Toms, Megan Ukena, Austin Wiskus, Rebecca Woolsey 10th Grade Jordan Bourque, Mady Dick, Trenton Dick, Marae Erkenbrack, Cole Jacobs, Jadyn Khommanyvong, Cyle King, Cali Miller, Jordan Payne, Brandon Pedersen, Bradley Peterson, Rylan Richardson, Nick Robinson, Monica Tyson, Korey Vogel, Tyler Wagner, Mason Wheeler

2nd Grade Attendance Awards

2nd Grade students with perfect attendance for the first semester include: (back) Madysen Smidt, Allyson Smith, Mia Babcock,Molli Monahan, Emma Myers, Austin Daniel; (front) Ashley Schleisman, Kole Feaker, Elizabeth Kraft-Daisy.

 3rd Grade Attendance Awards 3rd Grade students with perfect attendance for the first semester include:back: Keira Hammen, Grace Folsom, Addy Geno, Bryan Steig, Parker Rohlfs, Waylen Gemberling, Hallee Feaker, Megan Gray; (middle) Samantha Stuart, Emma Englin, Evan Holost, Kara Willson, Elysia Smith, Chance Roeder, Trevor Kent (front) Elijah Boyd-Harris, Kylee Schleisman, Rachael Best, and Brayden Dean.

11th Grade Jacob Clark, John Curran, Trenton Dorman, Blake Fonken, Michaela Graffunder, Jona Grodahl, Joel Henely, Nick Henry, Santana Hernandez, Jenna Huddleson, Cody Hull, Kyle Hull, Star Lahr, Zach Ludwig, Kory McCarter, Maddie Peed, Taylor Reiss, Brad Richardson, R.J. Schneider, Morgan Snyder, Tanner Steig, Ryan Steinbach, Ryan Sump, Tyffaney Toms, Joel Wernimont, Alyson Winters 12th Grade Lawrence Fasano, Shawn Fasano, Marcus Feldhans, Kennedie Ford, Taylor Haberl, Stephanie Hood, Aron King, Darci Legore, Danielle Macke, Jake Petzenhauser, Jessica Schultz, Ben Sexton, M.J. Sittig, Sam Spencer, Austin Thomas, Allison Trott, Tanner Wiederin

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LOHRVILLE

My thought for the day is: It is possible to have too much. A man with one watch knows what time it is; a man with two is never sure! The Trivia Question is: Developed at the University of Iowa, the nationally administered Iowa Test of Basic Skills was first given to Iowa school children in what year? On Tuesday The VFW lady Dorothy Siemann and her guests Rose Heath and Bette Knapp enjoyed dinner at the Wagon Wheel in Lake City. They met some old friends and Mary Gutchall was celebrating her birthday. What a nice night out. Happy Birthday Ann Gemberling

on your birthday which is Saturday. Good to see Hermann Seil back at coffee. Glad to have you back Herman. The Reading Program is starting next Tuesday at the JJ Hands Library. They will be held every Tuesday and Thursday I am looking forward to it myself. Rose Heath favored the Coffee Group with donuts on Wed. Thanks Rosie may you have many more. The answer to the Trivia Question is 1935. Anyone having an item for Lohrville news may contact Bette Knapp at 712-465-3295.

January 29, 2014

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Epic Group playing bingo at Sunny Knoll

SUNNYVIEW

CLUES ACROSS 1. Chronicles (abbr.) 4. Wallops 9. He supported the world 14. Own (Scottish) 15. Ungentle 16. Sinews 17. Computer processing 18. A Monkey’s song 20. Narrate or tell 22. Lampreys 23. Dialogue for the audience 24. Many signatured requests 29. Cost, insurance and freight 30. Not under 31. Exchange 32. S. Am. river - Rio de la ___ 34. Isaac’s mother (Bib.) 38. Sodium 39. Possesses 40. Falls 42. Animal pouch 43. Overdose 44. Samoyeds 45. Genus bellis 47. Mediation council 50. Beachware manufacturer 51. Not on 52. Inactive 56. 1963 Nobel chemist 59. Bambi 60. More ethereal 61. Adornments 66. No (Scottish) 67. 805 km Venezuelan river 68. Occasion 69. Time at 0 meridian (abbr.) 70. Nathan and George Ellery 71. S.I.T.C. character Jones 72. South southeast

CLUES DOWN 1. Protocist genus 2. Hell 3. Copies 4. 1932 & 1980 Olympic mtn. 5. Part of harness 6. Macaws 7. Mutual savings bank 8. Flat or fitted bedding 9. Canted 10. Dissertation 11. Bulgarian monetary unit 12. Wonderment 13. Used to be United ___ 19. Hawaiian garland 21. Nearly horizontal mine shaft 24. Search party group 25. One who makes it into law 26. Exclamation of pain 27. Grannys 28. Out of it (slang) 32. Loudness units 33. Soup serving dipper 35. Rough, grating 36. A public promotion 37. Pleasure seekers 41. Article 42. Winnows 46. From a distance 48. Rural delivery 49. Previously 53. Nostrils 54. Icahn’s airline 55. Poker stakes 57. Game sides 58. Sharp, glacial ridge 60. Tennis’ Kournikova 61. Spoken telegraphic dash 62. Anti pollution agency 63. ___ de sac: one end access 64. Marsh elder genus 65. Original part maker (abbr.)

Are you ready for the Super Bowl? Do you have your snacks ready and your team shirt handy? We have not heard of any Sunnyview residents who are heading over to New Jersey for the game, the first outdoor, coldweather Super Bowl in league history. Maybe we will be content to watch it here on television. According to an article at http://www.chicagotribune. com/ the forecast for Super Bowl Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J. is for a high of 40 degrees and a 30 percent chance of rain or snow. So, if you are attending the game, you might want to take along all of your winter gear. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:25 p.m. ET. With an epic Super Bowl XLVIII on the horizon, who do you favor, the Seattle Seahawks or the Denver Broncos? According to John Alne, it’s Denver all the way. In fact, in an informal poll, a majority of people felt the same way. Why is that? One person at Sunnyview suggested that it might have to do with location – we feel “closer” to Denver than Seattle. On Feb. 8 and 9, we have the opportunity to see the Meridian singers program in Manson. Many Sunnyview residents have enjoyed this program in previous years. We have heard that the show is like a Broadway production, with singing, dancing, beautiful costumes and scenery. Word has it that anyone from the area can audition to be in the Meridian group. Say, why don’t we all try out for it next year? There is plenty of time to work up a song

and dust off our dancing shoes! There have been interesting swings in the outdoor temperature lately. The 40 below zero wind-chill days are closely followed by days we might call “mild.” Aren’t we below normal for a snowfall so far? According to the website http://droughtmonitor. unl.edu/ most of Calhoun County is still considered under a “severe drought.” We made it through our relatively snow-free January. Now we wonder what February will bring, there may be a lot more “winter” before spring arrives. We hope that folks are through with winter colds and the flu. Now we’re looking for those seed catalogs to appear, as well as department store spring/summer advertisements. Weather can make a big difference in how a person feels. When there are many days in a row of overcast skies, it may cause one to feel sleepy. Perhaps it affects animals the same way. If you know a lot about animals, especially cattle, you may know the answers to these questions. What do you call a sleeping bull? (A bulldozer.) What do you call cattle with a sense of humor? (Laughing stock.) Several of us remember when there were two elementary schools in Rockwell City, one on the east side and one on the west side. Do you know where those two schools were located? (Hint: this was before the current elementary school was built in Rockwell City) Do you know anyone who attended these schools?

ADAZA

The Adaza Thursday Club will be hosting their 17th annual Winter Picnic on Thursday Feb. 6 at the Churdan Community Room. All former residents are welcome to attend and enjoy great food, a hearty laugh, and a change of pace in the winter routine. If you’re an ADAZA wannabe, this is the time and place to join the fun! It’s a potluck meal at noon with beverages, bread and butter furnished. Please bring your own table service. Special greetings to these nice

people with January birthdays, Marge Beecher on the 4th, Marilyn Parker on the 8th, Roger Blanchfield on the 25th, and Jane Beschorner on the 27th. The January meeting of the Adaza Thursday Club was a Dutch-treat luncheon on the 9th at the unique Carnegie Cafe in Lake City, a nice way to start the New Year. Anyone having an item for Adaza news may contact Pat Schmitt at 515-389-3737.

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Friday, January 17th Shady Oaks Team Members Deb Jones, Life Enrichment; Amy Smith, Social Services/Admissions; Linda King, Director of Nursing; Michelle Shook, People Development Coordinator (Human Resources); and Rob Riat, Environmental Services (Maintenance, Laundry, and Housekeeping) went to Rockwell City to speak about their careers to the South Central Calhoun third graders that participate in the Foster Grandparent Program. Deb talked about the fun activities the Life Enrichment department coordinates and discovered that all of the children like to play BINGO! Plans are now being made for a BINGO day later in the year. Amy shared her role in helping residents and families make the transition from home to the care center. Linda

Sunny Knoll Staff enjoying a night out at the Carnegie Café in Lake City We have had a fun week at Sunny Knoll! We had the Epic girls come and play bingo with us. We always have a good time when they are here. Thank you to Connie Pagel for thinking of us. This past week we also tried to learn how to play the old game Tripoly. Now we need someone out there that knows how to play and could teach us. We played the Michigan rummy part of the game. That was easy to pick up and by the end we realized how much we liked playing. We will defiantly be getting out the Tripoly board again. Big thank you to Teri Stork for finding it for us! We also played the left, center, right dice game. That is a new favorite as well. Do you need your blood pressure checked? Sunny Knoll administrator Teri Stork does blood pressure checks once a week. The first Wednesday of every month blood pressure checks will be from 8 to

9 at Southside Grocery, Rockwell City. The 2nd Thursday of every month will be from 9:30 to 10:30 at the Lake City Library. The 3rd Wednesday of each month from 9:30 to 10:00 at Golden Meadows Independent Living in Manson. If you would like to schedule a blood pressure check for your group give Teri a call at 297-8918. This past week the staff at Sunny Knoll had their holiday party. All the staff was invited to go to dinner in Lake City at the Carnegie Café. Not only did we have a wonderful meal and fabulous dessert, we also got a free history lesson! Tami Green, owner of the Carnegie Cage, entertained us all with the history of the library and Mr. Carnegie. A huge thank you to Tami and her staff for the wonderful meal. As many workers in healthcare can attest to, sometimes you just need a night out!

The Manson Meridian Singers will be presenting the 43rd annual musical variety show in two performances Saturday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m. All performances will be held in the Kate Toben Auditorium at the Manson Northwest Webster Junior-Senior High School in Manson and all seats are reserved. Director of the Meridian Singers is Jerrold Jimmerson, directing his 28th production after having sung with the group for 8 years. The piano accompanist is Lori Erkenbrack, in her eighth year accompanying after having sung for five years. There are a total of 29 vocalists in this year’s production. A three-piece Combo provides background accompaniment along with the piano. In addition, there are the sound, light, and stage crews

along with make-up persons that bring the total to more than 40 people involved in this year’s production. Special small groups will also perform, including a men’s group singing “Seven Bridges Road” along with an octet singing “I Dreamed of Rain”, a Ladies’ ensemble singing “Whisper!”, a trio singing “Side by Side”, a duet singing “For Good” from the hit musical “Wicked”. Several soloists will be featured as well, including Shari Netz, Lori Platt, Ted George, Vara Groot, Lisa Westering, Liana Sears, Wayne Dohrmann, and B. J. Ukena. There will even be a tribute to this year’s Winter Olympics and a special segment to salute the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ performance on the Ed Sullivan Show.

many questions about the different things he was responsible for. Thank you to Mrs. Hanks, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Neubaum, and Mrs.

Wuebker for inviting us to share our experiences with our classes!

Manson Meridian Singers to perform on Feb. 8 and 9

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discussed the wide variety of things covered by the Nursing department. The students were interested in knowing if running in the halls was part of the restorative program… sadly, it is not, though walking in the halls and biking are encouraged! Michelle shared information on how to get, and keep, a job. When on the job training was mentioned, the students groaned and moaned about having to attend “more school.” They were very relieved to discover that training only took a few days. They were very interested in knowing if she had the ability to fire herself (which she does not). Rob ended the visit by talking about his role managing the maintenance, laundry, and housekeeping departments. Though the students were disappointed that he was not able to sleep on the job, they asked


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Sunday, Feb. 9, with a card shower organized by their family: Jami (Jed) Behrens, Jeff (Lindsay) Steinkamp, Jason (Gina) Steinkamp and 9 grandchildren. Cards may be sent to them at: 121 Harbor Drive Lake View, IA 51450

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At Shady Oaks Care Center, we are on a journey to Change the View of Long-Term Care by providing World Class service to our residents. We are currently looking for the following to join our team. • ADON Full-time position responsible for the nursing schedule, manage Infection Control and Restorative programs, as well as Educating team. Must possess a state of Iowa RN license and prefer CPR certification. • Nurse Full-time openings on the 2-10 and 10-6 shifts; • C.N.A. Full and Part-time openings on the 2-10p shift; If you are interested in more information, please refer to our website, give us a call or stop by for a tour!

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The City of Lake City, Iowa is accepting sealed bids for the sale of a 2009 Chevrolet Impala Police package Vehicle (Law Enforcement equipment removed security partition is available for purchase separately), with 104,628* miles. This vehicle is equipped with 3900 V6 motor. Vehicle can be seen and/or test driven at the Lake City Police Department, by appointment.

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South Central Calhoun varsity wrestlers improve to 21-4 By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity wrestling team improved to 21-4 overall and remained undefeated in Twin Lakes Conference dual action at 8-0 following a 3-0 effort at Boxholm Tuesday, Jan. 21. The Titans defeated West BendMallard 84-0, beat Guthrie Center 54-25 and won a TLC dual meet against Southeast Webster-Grand 72-12. Titans that went 3-0 on the evening included Colin Corey, Ashten Halvorsen, Jordan Payne, M.J. Sittig, Logan Peed, Jeff King, Tyler Kutz, Zayne Barrett and Aron King. Rylan Richardson finished 2-1 at the meet. Also competing for the Titans were Logan Fonken, Cody Schumacher, Jesse Casey and Tanner Campbell. On Friday, Jan. 24 and Saturday, Jan. 25, the Titans battled against 24 other teams at the Herb Irgens Invitational hosted by OA-BCIG in Ida Grove. The Titans placed second overall amidst some tough competition over the two-day event as they amassed 181 team points behind only tournament champion Sergeant Bluff-Luton, who finished with 211.5 points. Cody Schoop earned the Titans lone tournament championship as he won the 220 pound weight division as he improved his season record to 17-1 overall after a 4-0 effort at the tournament including a 10-7 triumph in the championship bout over Matt Fett of Audubon. In addition, five other SCC wrestlers advanced to the championship round to place second overall. Colin Corey moved to 35-6 overall at 120 for the Titans with his second place finish. Tyler Kutz was second at the meet at 170 pounds to up his season record to 36-4. Teammate Rylan Richardson placed second at 195 pounds as he upped his season record to 30-6 while SCC’s Aron King also placed second at 285 and he moved to 35-6 overall. Also earning medals for the Titans included a fourth place finish for Zayne Barrett at 182 as he upped his record for the season to 39-5. Taking home sixth place efforts for SCC

were Jordan Payne (25-9) at 113 pounds, M.J. Sittig (28-15) at 126 and Logan Peed (17-5) at 152 while Jeff King (36-6) was eighth overall at 160. Cody Smith (23-18) competed for the Titans at 106 pounds at Ida Grove while teammates Ashten Halvorsen (15-17) at 132, Tanner Campbell (28) at 138 and Cody Schumacher (1228) at 145 also took the mat over the weekend for the Titans. South Central Calhoun concludes the regular season of action on the mat this week as they were scheduled to host a triangular meet against East Sac County and Laurens-Marathon/Sioux Central at Rockwell City Tuesday, Jan. 28. This Saturday, Feb. 1, the Titans host the South Central Calhoun Duals at Rockwell City beginning at 10 a.m. The post-season begins for the Titans Saturday, Feb. 8, as the Titans compete in Class 1A sectionals at Fort Dodge St. Edmond at noon. SCC wrestling results from Jan. 21 at Boxholm SCC 84, West Bend-Mallard 0 138: Logan Fonken, SCC, forf. . 145: Cody Schumacher, SCC, forf. . 152: Logan Peed, SCC, pinned Nolan Grimm, WBM, 0:38. 160: Jeff King, SCC, pinned Dalton Knobloch, WBM, 1:50. 170: Tyler Kutz, SCC, forf. . 182: Zayne Barrett, SCC, forf. . 195: Rylan Richardson, SCC, pinned Colton Wickman, WBM, 5:59. 220: Jesse Casey, SCC, pinned Corbin Studer, WBM, 0:32. 285: Aron King, SCC, pinned Ben Auten, WBM, 0:58. 106: Cody Smith, SCC, forf. . 113: Jordan Payne, SCC, forf. . 120: Colin Corey, SCC, forf. . 126: MJ Sittig, SCC, forf. . 132: Ashten Halvorsen, SCC, pinned Harmon Atwood, WBM, 3:06. SCC 54, Guthrie Center 25 132: Tucker Patrick, GC, pinned Ashten Halvorsen, SCC, 4:32. 138: Lane Rumelhart, GC, pinned Tanner Campbell, SCC, 1:16. 145: Kyle Chalfant, GC, maj. dec. Cody Schumacher, SCC, 12-2. 152: Logan Peed, SCC, pinned Brock Beeler, GC, 1:20. 160: Jeff King, SCC, pinned Tom Brooks, GC, 1:50. 170: Tyler Kutz, SCC, pinned Teddy Daggett, GC, 1:45. 182: Austin

Confinement site manure applicators should plan to attend a two-hour workshop offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to maintain or renew their confinement site manure applicator certification. The Calhoun County workshop will be offered on February 6 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at 521 4th Street, Rockwell “Iowa law requires confinement site manure applicators to attend two hours of continuing education each year of their three-year certification period, or take and pass the exam once every three years,” said Angela Rieck-Hinz, ISU Extension and Outreach program specialist and coordinator of the manure applicator certification program. “If applicators fail to attend the two hours of continuing education each year, they will be required to pass a written exam to be eligible to recertify.” Each year nearly 200 confinement site applicators fail to attend training and must pass the remedial exam prior to being eligible to renew their certification for the following year. The workshop serves as initial certification for those applicators that are not currently certified, recertification for those renewing

licenses and as continuing education for those applicators in their second or third year of their license. The 2014 confinement site program will include rules for applicators as well as land-application requirements, an update on foaming pits, Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) and biosecurity issues, and an interactive exercise in manure spill response. Operators must be certified to handle, transport and apply manure if the confinement livestock operation has more than a 500 animal unit capacity, unless the manure is applied by a commercial manure applicator. All fees and application forms must be sent to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to complete certification requirements. Applicators are encouraged to complete certification requirements annually prior to March 1 to meet certification deadlines and avoid being assessed a late fee for recertification. For information about meeting dates and locations, or to schedule an appointment to attend training, contact the ISU Extension - Calhoun County office at 712-297-8611 or visit www.agronext.iastate.edu/ immag/certification/confdates.html to see the 2014 workshop schedule.

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Laabs, GC, dec. Rylan Richardson, SCC, 7-2. 195: Zayne Barrett, SCC, pinned Cade Suhr, GC, 2:00. 220: Cale Crowder, GC, pinned Jesse Casey, SCC, 1:40. 285: Aron King, SCC, forf. . 106: Cody Smith, SCC, forf. . 113: Jordan Payne, SCC, forf. . 120: Colin Corey, SCC, forf. . 126: M.J. Sittig, SCC, pinned Cole Stetzel, GC, 1:17. SCC 72, Southeast Webster-Grand 12 126: M.J. Sittig, SCC, pinned Caleb Rodenborn, SWG, 0:26. 132: Ashten Halvorsen, SCC, forf. . 138: Brady Axness, SWG, pinned Logan Fonken, SCC, 0:58. 145: Cody Schumacher, SCC, forf. . 152: Logan Peed, SCC, pinned Michael Christy, SWG, 0:36. 160: Jeff King, SCC, forf. . 170: Tyler Kutz, SCC, forf. . 182: Rylan Richardson, SCC, forf. . 195: Zayne Barrett, SCC, forf. . 220: Kenny Carstensen, SWG, pinned Jesse Casey, SCC, 3:13. 285: Aron King, SCC, pinned Tony Crampton, SWG, 1:20. 106: Cody Smith, SCC, forf. . 113: Jordan Payne, SCC, forf. . 120: Colin Corey, SCC, forf. Herb Irgens Invitational Results for South Central Calhoun Jan. 24-Jan. 25 in Ida Grove Final team standings – 1. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 211.5; 2. South Central Calhoun 181; 3. Woodbury Central 158; 4. Don Bosco 153; 5. Sioux Center 113; 6. Marcus-MeridenCleghorn 100; 7. Audubon 95; 8. Pocahontas Area 94.5; 9. SibleyOcheyedan 94; 10. OA-BCIG 91; 11. Spirit Lake Park 84; 12. Storm Lake 74; 13. Exira/EHK 67; 14. Carroll 65.5; 15. GT/RA 61; 16. Cherokee 50; 17. Prairie Valley 47; 18. Okoboji 45.5; 19 (tie) Ridge View and West Lyon 44; 21. Western Christian 41; 22. Woodbine 39.5 ; 23. LawtonBronson 31; 24. Kingley-Piersen 19; 25. Akron-Westfield 16. 106 - Cody Smith (23-18) scored 3.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Smith (South Central Calhoun) received a bye. Champ. Round 2 - Spencer Johnson (Prairie Valley) won by fall over Smith (SCC) (Fall 1:51) Cons. Round 2 - Smith (SCC) received a bye. Cons. Round 3 - Smith (SCC) won by fall over Alejandro Vera (Sioux Center) (Fall 5:31) Cons. Round 4 - Jordan Robinson (Woodbury Central) 21-16 won by fall over Smith (SCC) (Fall 1:17). 113 - Jordan Payne (25-9) placed 6th and scored 11.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Payne (SCC) received a bye. Champ. Round 2 - Payne (SCC) won by fall over Keeven Long (GT/RA) (Fall 0:59); Quarterfinal - Mitchel Brinkman

SCC’s Cody Schoop is shown in recent action pinning an opponent from Manson Northwest Webster. Schoop most recently won the 220-pound championship at the OA-BCIG Tournament held Jan. 24 and Jan. 25 in Ida Grove. (Photo by Doug Dornath) (PAC) won by decision over Payne - Duece Phaley (SBL) won by fall (SCC) (Dec 13-6); Cons. Round 4 - over Sittig (SCC) (Fall 5:14). Payne (SCC) won by fall over Tyson 132 - Ashten Halvorsen (15-17) Partridge (Exira/EHK) (Fall 5:52); scored 4.50 team points. Cons. Round 5 - Payne (SCC) won      Champ. Round 1 - Halvorsen by decision over Michael Jacobson (SCC) received a bye; Champ. (MMC) (Dec 8-7); Cons. Semi - Round 2 - Hunter Morrow Shane Funk (Woodbury Central) (Cherokee) won by fall over Ashten 31-11 won by decision over Payne Halvorsen (SCC) (Fall 3:05); Cons. (SCC) (Dec 7-4); 5th Place Match - Round 2 - Halvorsen (SCC) won Kyle Juelsgaard (Audubon) won by by fall over Jeret Still (L-B) (Fall 2:56);  Cons. Round 3 - Halvorsen fall over Payne (SCC) (Fall 3:07). 120 - Colin Corey (35-6) placed 2nd (SCC) won by tech fall over Isaac Jacobson (MMMC) (TF-1.5 3:32 and scored 22.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Corey (SCC) (21-6)); Cons. Round 4 - Dane received a bye; Champ. Round Treiber (OA-BCIG) won by fall over 2 - Corey (SCC) won by fall over Ashten Halvorsen (SCC) (Fall 1:35). Kelby Wunschel (RV) (Fall 1:31); 138 - Tanner Campbell (2-8) scored Quarterfinal - Corey (SCC) won 0.00 team points. by fall over Cristian Lopez (Sioux     Champ. Round 1 - Campbell (SCC) Center) 15-14 (Fall 2:27); Semifinal received a bye; Champ. Round 2 - Ty - Corey (SCC) won by decision over Gibson (GT/RA) won by fall over Ben McDaniel (MCC) (Dec 11-10); Campbell (SCC) (Fall 1:20); Cons. 1st Place Match - Oakley Sengchan Round 2 - Nathan Kulp (PAC) won (SBL) won by fall over Corey (SCC) by tech fall over Campbell (SCC) (TF-1.5 5:17 (17-2)). (Fall 3:05). 126 – M.J. Sittig (28-15) placed 6th 145 - Cody Schumacher (12-28) scored 0.00 team points. and scored 15.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Sittig (SCC) won      Champ. Round 1 - Mitchell by fall over Brody Auen (Kingsley- Corkery (Don Bosco) won by tech Piersen) (Fall 1:36); Champ. Round fall over Schumacher (SCC) (TF-1.5 2 - Sittig (SCC) won by fall over 2:57 (16-1)); Cons. Round 1 - Taeric Austin De Smet (West Lyon) (Fall Ezzell (West Lyon) won by major 1:29); Quarterfinal - Brad Kerkhoff decision over Schumacher (SCC) (Audubon) won by fall over Sittig (MD 14-3). (SCC) (Fall 4:37);  Cons. Round 152 - Logan Peed (17-5) placed 6th 4 - Sittig (SCC) won by fall over and scored 9.00 team points. Erik Major (RV) (Fall 1:10); Cons.      Champ. Round 1 - Peed (SCC) Round 5 - Sittig (SCC) won by fall received a bye;  Champ. Round over Darren Eades (Storm Lake) 2 - Peed (SCC) won by fall over (Fall 4:55); Cons. Semi - Cole Fox Wyatt Hanna (Prairie Valley) (Fall (Don Bosco) 23-7 won by fall over 3:24);  Quarterfinal - Logan Peed MJ Sittig (South Central Calhoun) (South Central Calhoun) 17-5 won 28-15 (Fall 4:20); 5th Place Match by decision over Tanner Hedstrom (Woodbine) 23-9 (Dec 7-5); Semifinal - Brett Tomoson (SBL) won in sudden victory - 1 over Logan Peed (SCC) (SV-1 13-11); Wednesday, January 22: OA-BCIG Wrestling Tourney Seeding Cons. Semi - Trent Kruger (S-O) Meeting 6:30 p.m. won by fall over Logan Peed (SCC) Thursday, January 23: Regional Academic Decathlon @ Emmetsburg; (Fall 5:59); 5th Place Match - Tyler JVR Boys/JV Boys BB vs. PAC @ Lake City 6 p.m.; Iowa Lakes Jazz Hubrich (PAC) won in sudden Festival @ Estherville victory - 1 over Logan Peed (South Friday, January 24: Regional Academic Decathlon @ Emmetsburg; Central Calhoun) (SV-1 7-5). OA-BCIG Wrestling Tourney @ Ida Grove 4:30 p.m.; JVR Boys BB @ 160 - Jeff King (36-6) placed 8th and Sioux Rapids 4:15 p.m.; BB @ Sioux Rapids 6 p.m. scored 4.00 team points. Saturday, January 25: Boys (5th-8th Grade) High Hoops BB Tournament     Champ. Round 1 - J. King (SCC) received a bye; Champ. Round 2 @ Rockwell City; OA-BCIG Wrestling Tourney @ Ida Grove 10 a.m.; Luke Kliegl (Ridge View) won by District Large Group Speech @ Fort Dodge; Boys Swimming @ CB decision over J. King (SCC) (Dec Lewis Central Invitational 10 a.m.; FCA Meeting @ Case’s (6:30-10 p.m.) 10-8); Cons. Round 2 - J. King (SCC) Monday, January 27: ITED & Elementary ITBS Begins (Jan 2736-6 received a bye; Cons. Round 3 Jan31); How to Succeed in College Presentation (Seniors) HS Auditorium J. King (SCC) won by decision over (Lake City) 9:30 a.m.; JVR Boys/JV Boys BB @ Gowrie 6 p.m.; JV Girls BB @ Carroll Kuemper 7 p.m. Tuesday, January 28: BB @ Gowrie 6 p.m.; Wrestling vs. East Sac County & Laurens-Marathon-Sioux Central @ Rockwell City 6 p.m.

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Jordan Hanna (Okoboji) (Dec 6-3); Cons. Round 4 - Jeff King (SCC) won by major decision over Adam Grote (OA-BCIG) (MD 14-4); Cons. Round 5 - Luke Kliegl (RV) won by fall over Jeff King (SCC) (Fall 3:27);  7th Place Match - Conner Holmes (MMC) won by fall over J. King (SCC) (Fall 0:58). 170 - Tyler Kutz (36-4) placed 2nd and scored 20.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Tyler Kutz (SCC) received a bye; Champ. Round 2 Tyler Kutz (SCC) won by decision over Luke Zeimen (Cherokee) (Dec 7-0); Quarterfinal - Kutz (SCC) won by fall over Justin Jones (Spirit Lake Park) 20-9 (Fall 3:46); Semifinal Kutz (SCC) won by decision over Jacob Letsche (MMC) (Dec 10-4); 1st Place Match - Noel Buenelos (Storm Lake) won by decision over Kutz (SCC) (Dec 6-4). 182 - Zayne Barrett (39-5) placed 4th and scored 20.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Brandon Peters (L-B) (Fall 0:39); Champ. Round 2 - Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Kyle Schiernbeck (RV) 17-16 (Fall 1:27);  Quarterfinal - Zayne Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Mason Meitzenheimer (Cherokee) (Fall 5:08); Semifinal - Cash Wilcke (OABCIG) won by major decision over Barrett (SCC) (MD 21-8); Cons. Semi - Barrett (SCC) won by fall over Montana Jackson (A-W) (Fall 1:16); 3rd Place Match - Tyler Case (PAC) won by decision over Barrett (SCC) (Dec 7-5). 195 - Rylan Richardson (30-6) placed 2nd and scored 20.50 team points.      Champ. Round 1 - Richardson (SCC) received a bye;  Champ. Round 2 - Richardson (SCC) won by major decision over Henry Sippel (RV) (MD 18-5);  Quarterfinal Richardson (SCC) won by tech fall over Skylar Boonestro (WChristian) (TF-1.5 4:51 (20-5)); Semifinal - Rylan Richardson (SCC) won by decision over Justin Theisen (MMC) (Dec 3-2); 1st Place Match - Trey Sander (Exira/EHK) won by decision over Richardson (SCC) (Dec 3-0). 220 - Cody Schoop (17-1) placed 1st and scored 28.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - Schoop (SCC) received a bye; Champ. Round 2 - Schoop (SCC) won by fall over Jesse Wolver (Storm Lake) 8-13 (Fall 0:22); Quarterfinal - Schoop (SCC) won by fall over Spencer Bruess (Don Bosco) 19-9 (Fall 0:00);  Semifinal - Schoop (SCC) won by fall over Blake Sappingfield (Lawton-Bronson) 31-4 (Fall 1:38); 1st Place Match - Schoop (SCC) won by decision over Matt Fett (Audubon) (Dec 10-7). 285 - Aron King (35-6) placed 2nd and scored 24.00 team points.     Champ. Round 1 - A. King (SCC) received a bye; Champ. Round 2 - A. King (SCC) won by fall over Lucas Hansen (RV) (Fall 1:06); Quarterfinal - A. King (SCC) won by fall over Houston Coleman (S-O) (Fall 5:34); Semifinal - A. King (SCC) won by fall over Cody Thompson (GT/RA) (Fall 3:07); 1st Place Match - Landan Paulsen (Woodbury Central) won by major decision over A. King (SCC) (MD 12-3)

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South Central Calhoun’s Jake Petzenhauser pokes the ball free from a Sioux Central player in action Friday, Jan. 24, at Sioux Rapids. (Photo by Doug Dornath)

SCC’s Hannah Corey (15) ties up a Sioux Central’s Mallory Bjork as the Titans traveled to Sioux Rapids Friday, Jan. 24th. (Photo by Doug Dornath)

SCC Titan Girls Basketball Team Claims Two More Wins By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity girls basketball team posted a pair of victories in Twin Lakes Conference play last week and improved to 14-2 overall after defeating Pocahontas Area at home Tuesday, Jan. 21, by a 58-49 final, while the Titans also picked up a win at Sioux Rapids Friday, Jan. 24 by a 67-41 final. “We started well and played a great first half,” said SCC head coach Dave Birks of the Pocahontas Area win. “In the second half, we played well enough to win. There were different players that hit key free throws down the stretch. This was a great win against a very good PAC team.” As a team, the Titans finished 20-for-28 from the free throw line against the Indians. The Titans led 21-8 after the first period and were up 36-18 at the half. SCC led 42-28 after three quarters of play. Three Titans scored in double figures against Pocahontas Area, led by Haley Birks, who had 21 points and 10 rebounds while Kori Assman added 12 points and 10 boards and Tyffaney Toms finished with 10

points and seven rebounds. Michaela Graffunder added seven points, five assists and four steals against PAC. In the Titans’ win over the Rebels, Graffunder led SCC with 19 points while Assman added 17 points and five rebounds and Haley Birks contributed with 15 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and six steals. The Class 2A, No. 11 Titans were scheduled to play at Gowrie against Prairie Valley Tuesday, Jan. 28, while playing against Class 1A, No. 1 Newell-Fonda Friday, Jan. 31, in Lake City. In action next week, the Titans are at home against Southeast Webster-Grand in Rockwell City Tuesday, Feb. 4, while traveling to Manson Northwest Webster Friday, Feb. 7. The Titans conclude the regular season with a home contest in Rockwell City against East Sac County Tuesday, Feb. 11. SCC girls varsity game statistics vs. Pocahontas Area (Jan. 21) — Points: Haley Birks 21, Kori Assman 12, Tyffaney Toms 10, Michaela Graffunder 7, Ashley Henkenius 3, Hannah Corey 2, Jenn Hood 2, Maria Dischler 1; Rebounds: H. Birks 10, Assman 10, Toms 7, Graffunder

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6, Corey 4, Hood 3, Dischler 1, Henkenius 1; Assists: Graffunder 5, Assman 3, H. Birks 2, Toms 1, Corey 1, Henkenius 1; Steals: Graffunder 4, H. Birks 4, Assman 2, Henkenius 1, Toms 1; Blocks: Assman 3, H. Birks 3, Toms 2, Corey 1. SCC girls varsity game statistics at Sioux Central (Jan. 24) — Points: Michaela Graffunder 19, Kori Assman 17, Haley Birks 15, Ashley Henkenius 5, Hannah Corey 4, Kellsie Knapp 3, Allison Birks 2, Tyffaney Toms 2; Rebounds: H. Birks 12, Assman 5, Toms 3, Henkenius 2, Graffunder 1, Jenn Hood 1, Corey 1, A. Birks 1; Assists: H. Birks 5, Graffunder 4, Assman 3, Henkenius 2, Toms 1; Steals: H. Birks 6, Corey 3, Assman 3, Hood 2, Toms 1, Graffunder 1, A. Birks 1; Blocks: Toms 3, Assman 2, H. Birks 1, A. Birks 1.

SCC Boys Basketball Team Adds Two Wins The South Central Calhoun High School boys’ basketball team defeated Pocahontas Area at Rockwell City last Tuesday, 78-61, and the Titans won at Sioux Rapids against Sioux Central last Friday, 69-39. Against Pocahontas Area, the Titans were led by Jake Petzenhauser with 32 points while teammate Sam Spencer tallied 14 points and Derrick Henkenius added 12 points while Ryan Daisy scored 10. The Titans led the Indians 22-13 after the first period and 49-25 at the half. In the Titans big win over Sioux Central, Petzenhauser finished with a team-high 16 points while teammates Jace Neubaum and Ryan Daisy finished with 15 points apiece in the win. Coach Clive Clark commented, “Jake Petzenhauser continues to play an outstanding all-around game including 10 total assists in the two games. Jace Neubaum has consistently shot well and played excellent defense. Sam Spencer had 14 against Pocahontas and did a good job on the fast-break. “Anthony Handlos played an outstanding defensive game against Pocahontas and consistently

rebounded well. Ryan Daisy defended, scored and rebounded well in both games. Derrick Henkenius has consistently played a good allaround game as the first player off the bench. John Curran remains one of our top defenders and takes care of the ball. Trevor Bounds had two excellent offensive reboundputbacks against Sioux Central. Zach Ludwig was aggressive offensively and on the boards against Sioux Central. “Cyle King continues to pass well and play aggressive defense. Jacob Clark is one of our best press defenders,” said coach Clark. “Ryan Nicholson had four rebounds against Sioux Central. Dylan Addison had a steal and rebound against Sioux Central. Jordan Batta played aggressive defensively against Sioux Central. Tanner Wiederin continues to be tough defensively and on the boards. Dontay Bass in out indefinitely with an ankle injury.” The team’s overall record is now 12-3 and they are 5-0 in the Twin Lakes Conference. They played Prairie Valley at Gowrie on Tuesday, Jan. 28, and will play Newell-Fonda (undefeated and ranked second in Class 1A) at Lake City on Friday, Jan. 31. Next week, the Titans host

Southeast Webster- Grand Tuesday, Feb. 4, in Rockwell City and are at Manson Northwest Webster Friday, Feb. 7. SCC varsity boys statistics vs. Pocahontas Area (Jan. 21) — Points: Jake Petzenhauser 32, Sam Spencer 14, Derrick Henkenius 12, Ryan Daisy 10, Jace Neubaum 9, Cyle King 1; Rebounds: Daisy 10, Anthony Handlos 7, Petzenhauser 4, Spencer 3, Henkenius 3, John Curran 2, Neubaum 2; Assists: Curran 3, Petzenhauser 3, Neubaum 3, Daisy 1, Spencer 1; Steals: Petzenhauser 4, Neubaum 2, Henkenius 1, Daisy 1. SCC varsity boys statistics at Sioux Rapids (Jan. 24) — Points: Jake Petzenhauser 21, Jace Neubaum 15, Ryan Daisy 15, John Curran 5, Trevor Bounds 4, Derrick Henkenius 3, Zach Ludwig 2, Cyle King 2, Sam Spencer 2; Rebounds: Daisy 9, Petzenhauser 8, Ryan Nicholson 4, Bounds 4, Spencer 2, Ludwig 2, Dylan Addison 1, Anthony Handlos 1, King 1, Henkenius 1; Assists: Petzenhauser 6, Spencer 2, Henkenius 2, Handlos 1, Curran 1; Steals: Curran 3, Daisy 3, Bounds 1, Addison 1, Ludwig 1, Henkenius 1, Petzenhauser 1, Neubaum 1, Spencer 1; Blocks: Petzenhauser 2.

girls played Prairie Valley again at Lake City and won 40-14. Maddie Jones led the team in scoring with 20 points, Heidi Hammen had 9, Payton Steig -3, Riley Snyder, Anna McChesney, Gracie King, and Kaylynn Kruckenberg all had 2 points each. Other team members playing this year were Stephanie Stoos, Keagan King, and Amaliya McCaulley.  The overall team record this year was 11 wins and 1 loss. The SCC 8th grade team also

finished the season with two wins. In the first game vs. Prairie Valley the team won 14-2. Scoring  in the game was Meghan Dietrich and Hannah Seil with 4 points, Kayla Schultz, Ellie Rastetter, and Kim Daisy with 2 points each. In the second game vs. Prairie Valley the Titans came out strong and then held on to win 13-8. Leading scorer was Ellie Rastetter with 6 points, Meghan Dietrich with 4, Jessica Hicks -2,  and Hannah Seil with one

point. Also contibuting to the team wins were Maia Schossow, Grace Henkelman, Isabella Thompson, Kenzie Addison, and Dezarae Blankenship. The 8th grade finished their season with a winning record of 6 wins and 5 losses. Managers for both teams were Miranda Howrey and Lexi Carothers. Both teams improved their play as the season progressed. Coaches for the 7th and 8th grade were Rex Hartwig and Jamie Meyer. 

SCC 7th grade girls wrap up season The South Central Calhoun 7th grade girls basketball team finished up their J.H. basketball season with two wins this past week. The girls traveled to Prairie Valley and dominated the game winning 25-2. Scoring for the Titans were Heidi Hammen with 12 points, Maddie Jones and Payton Steig with 4 each, Kaylynn Kruckenberg -3,  and Anna McChesney with 2 points. After a snowed out game with SEW-G the

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NEW 2013 F-150 XLT ECO 4x4 SUPER CREW MSRP ..........................................................$42,310.00 Off MSRP .....................................................$4,630.88 Retail Customer Cash ................................$1,500.00 Ford Credit Bonus Cash .............................$1,250.00 F-150 XLT Bonus Customer Cash ................$500.00 XLT Special Retail Cash .............................$1,000.00 Farm Bureau Membership Ecert. .................$500.00 Retail Trade-In Assistance .........................$1,500.00

NEW 2013 Edge SEL AWD MSRP ......................................................... $38,670.00 off MSRP ..................................................... $3,323.90 Retail Customer Cash ............................... $1,500.00 Ford Credit Bonus Cash ............................... $500.00 Retail Bonus Customer Cash ................... $1,000.00 Farm Bureau Membership Ecert. ................ $500.00

Champion of Carroll Price $31,429.12

Champion of Carroll Price $31,846.10

NEW 2012 E-150

6575 CASH BACK*

$

$

22,675 NEW VAN NEW WARRANTY

*See dealer for restrictions & complete details

2013 Ford

Explorer XLT

$

29,990 Leather, 4x4, 32K

2012Lincoln

MKS Ultimate

29,990

Navigation, Heated/Cooled Seats,18k

$

2013 Ford

Escape SEL

2011 Ford

F-150 XLT

$

30,970 CREW, ECO, 4x4, 34K

$

24,990 AWD, 32K

2013 F-150 LIMITED, ECO, 4X4, CREW, MOOM, 39K.................................$40,990 2013 EXPLORER TLD, AWD, 20K .................................................................$35,490 2013 EXPLORER XLT, LEATHER, 4X4, 32K ..................................................$29,490 2013 ESCAPE SEL-AWD, 32K ......................................................................$24,990 2012 F-150 CREW, LARIAT, 5.0, 4X4, 29K....................................................$33,990 2012 1500 CREW, SLT, HEMI, 4X4, 17K .......................................................$29,995 2011 2500HD LT, 4X4, 6.6, DIESEL, LTHR 71K ............................................$35,990 2011 F-150 KING RANCH, 4X4, MOON, CREW, 52K ..................................$34,490 2011 1500 CREW 4X4, LARAMIE, 5.7, HEMI, LTHR, MOON, 43K ..............$32,490 2011 MKX PREMIUM, AWD, NAV,, CERT 31K .............................................$31,995 2011 F-150 XLT, CREW, ECO, 4X4, 34K .......................................................$30,970 2011 MKX CERT, AWD, NAV, MOON, 51K....................................................$29,999 2011 RANGER 4CYL, MANUAL, 46K ...........................................................$13,990 2010 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, 4X4, 22K ...........................................................$30,990 2010 EDGE SPORT, MOON, NAV, 87K .........................................................$23,900 2010 F-150 REG CAB, XLT, 4X4, 5.4, 56K ....................................................$19,990 2010 RANGER 4X2, XL, CRUISE, 52K ..........................................................$11,990 2009 F-150 XLT, CREW, 4X4, FX4, LTHR, 19K .............................................$31,490 2009 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, 4X4, 5.4 ............................................................$19,990 2009 EDGE LIMITED, AWD, LTHR, MOON, 81K ..........................................$19,990 2009 RANGER EXT CAB, 4.0, 4X4, 1 OWNER, 46K.....................................$18,995 2009 SIENNA XLE, LEATHER, 75K ...............................................................$18,990 2009 CR-V EXL, AWD, MOON, LTHR, 90K ...................................................$17,990 2008 F-350LARIAT, CREW, 6.4,,, 4X4, MOON, DUALLY, 86K ......................$29,990 2008 F-250 FX4, CREW, 6.4, DIESEL, LTHR, 73K ........................................$28,660 2008 HIGHLANDER LIMITED, HYBRID, LTHR, MOON, NAV, 78K...............$24,490 2008 SIERRA 1500 4X4, CREW, SLE, Z71, 71K ...........................................$21,990 2008 SUBURBAN LTZ, MOON, DVD ............................................................$19,999 2008 2500 SLT, 4X4, QUAD CAB, 5.7, FLATBEB, 78K .................................$17,990 2008 MOUNTAINEER LEATHER, V-6, 93K ...................................................$11,990 2007 F-150 XLT, CREW, 4X4, 5.4L, 59K........................................................$20,990 2007 F-150 LARIAT, CREW, 5.4, 4X4, 94K....................................................$19,990 2007 EDGE SEL, PLUS, FWD, LTHR, 57K ....................................................$14,990 2007 RENDESVOUZ CXL, FWD, LTHR, BUCKETS, 88K .............................$12,990 2006 F-250 LARIAT, LONGBOX, 6.0, DIESEL, 4X4.......................................$15,990 2006 PACIFICA AWD, LTHR ............................................................................$9,490 2005 F-350 LARIAT, 4X4, 6.0, DIESEL, LTHR ...............................................$16,990 2003 EXPLORER XLT, 4X4 ..............................................................................$5,450 2003 EXPLORER XLT, 4X4, V-8 .......................................................................$4,990 2002 F-250 CREW, XLT, 7.3, 4X4 ..................................................................$12,975 2002 AVALANCHE Z71, 4X4, 90K .................................................................$10,450 2002 DAKOTA SLT, QUAD CAB, V8, 4X4, LONGBOX, 68K .........................$10,200 2002 ESCAPE V6, XLT, 2WD ...........................................................................$6,195 2002 ODYSSEY EXL, LTHR .............................................................................$4,750 1997 F-150 EXT CAB, XLT, 4X4.......................................................................$2,190 1996 DAKOTA SLT, R/C, 96K ..........................................................................$3,975 1995 NISSAN KING CAB, 4X4 ........................................................................$2,999 1983 SILVERADO 2WD, RUNS GOOD 39K .......................................................$999

USED CARS

2013 IMPALA LT, 17K ....................................................................................$17,990 2012 MKS FWD, 18K.....................................................................................$28,990 2012 TAURUS SEL, 21K ................................................................................$19,990 2012 FOCUS SE, 2.0, 16K.............................................................................$14,990 2012 FOCUS SE, 4CYL, 4DR, CRUISE, 32K ................................................$13,990 2011 LACROSSE CXS, LTHR, MOON, 24K ..................................................$25,990 2010 CHARGER POLICE INTERCEPTOR, 3.5 .............................................$11,990 2010 IMPALA LT, 3.5 ........................................................................................$6,975 2008 PRIUS 5DR, BACKUP CAMERA, 89K .................................................$13,990 2008 CADILLAC AWD, STS, NAV, 55K .........................................................$20,988 2008 IMPALA SS, MOON, 5.3, LTHR, 45K....................................................$14,490 2008 CHARGER SXT, V6, 67K.......................................................................$14,465 2008 TAURUS LIMITED, LTHR, 94K .............................................................$10,470 2006 G6 GT, COUPE, 34K ............................................................................$10,990 2002 TAURUS SES ..........................................................................................$3,990 2001 MONTE CARLO SS, LTHR, MOON ......................................................$3,990 1998 BONNEVILLE SE, 6 CYL ........................................................................$2,995 1998 INTRIGUE GL, V6 ...................................................................................$2,490 1995 LASABRE 3800, V6, CLOTH, 88K..........................................................$5,250

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January 29, 2014