Dedication of Habitat for Humanity home held at Garner
Teens fatally injured in accident By Rebecca Peter FOREST CITY - Two local teen were fatally injured in a two-car accident Saturday, Jan. 25 east of Crystal Lake in Hancock County. Tiffany Banta, 19, and Chyann Banta, 15, of Forest City, were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, according to the Iowa State Patrol. The accident occurred 11:06 a.m. at the intersection of B14 and Maple. According to the Iowa State Patrol report, the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am driven by Tiffany Banta, was eastbound on B14. The driver lost control of the vehicle on the ice and crossed the centerline. A 1998 Ford Explorer driven by Steve Hanna, 68, of Crystal Lake, was westbound on B14 and was unable to avoid the Grand Am. A broadside collision occurred. Hanna, 68, was not injured. The State Patrol said the road was 100 percent ice-covered and ice was a major factor in accident. The Iowa State Patrol was assisted by the Hancock County Sheriffâ€™s Department, Winnebago County Sheriffâ€™s Department, Forest City police, fire department and EMS. Funeral Services Funeral services for Tiffany Banta and Chyann Banta will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 at the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura High School Auditorium. Visitation will be 4-8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 31 at the Dugger Funeral Home in Belmond. Tiffany Banta was a 2012 graduate of GarnerHayfield. Chyann Banta was a freshman at GarnerHayfield/Ventura. The complete obituary will be in the February 5 edition of The Leader.
News at a Glance
Youth Summit Postponed
Due to the tragedy in Hancock County with the death a Garner-Hayfield/Ventura student and her sister, the Youth Summit that was to be held on Tuesday, Jan. 28 in Britt and Thursday, Feb. 30 in Garner is postponed at this time. The summit will be rescheduled for mid-February, Deb Quintus, Garner Asset project coordinator said.
Blood Drive BRITT - Britt Community Blood Drive will be held Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 from 1:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. at Britt Municipal Building, 170 Main Avenue South. Eligible blood donors must be at least 16 years old, should weigh at least 120 pounds and should be in general good health. Schedule a blood donation appointment online at lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800-287-4903.
By Rebecca Peter Shaun and Jenny Wumkes came home last week. The dedication and open house of the first Habitat for Humanity home in Hancock County was held Thursday, Jan. 23. The couple started moving into their new home at 1140 Grove, Garner, on Friday. â€œWe canâ€™t express how much we want to thank everybody who helped from start to finish,â€? Shaun Wumkes said as the coupleâ€™s young sons, Von and Deven, excitedly scampered about the floor. Construction of the three-bedroom, 26 x 46 house began in July. The home has a bathroom and an â€œopen conceptâ€? kitchen/living room area. Shaun recalled when he and Jenny first heard that applications for Habitat for Humanity program were being taken, â€œWe thought, why not us?â€? â€œIt was my way of getting my family back home,â€? said Wumkes. â€œI love this town and community. I grew up here and I plan staying here the rest of my life and watching my boys go to school here.â€? In addition to the volunteer labor and donation of building materials, the Wumkes were required to contribute 250 hours of â€œsweat equityâ€? to build the house and assist with other projects. They will be making monthly payments on the home. â€œI did everything the guys did,â€? Jenny Wumkes said. â€œEvery day
Melissa Schoneberg (right) turns over the key to the first Habitat for Humanity Home in Hancock County to Shaun and Jenny Wumkes. The home was constructed at 1140 Grove in Garner in 2013. (Leader photo by Rebecca Peter) was a good day. I learned a lot.â€? Melissa Schoneberg, executive city was very welcoming to us, the She added, â€œWeâ€™d like to say director for Habitat for Humanity builders and the volunteers.â€? thank you for the hand up â€“ not a of North Iowa, thanked the volunShaun and Jenny were willing hand out. Thank you for giving us teers who helped with construction to â€œdive right in and learn the cona safe house that we know is effi- of the home. struction field to build the house,â€? cient. We know everything about it. â€œThe City of Garner was just a Schoneberg said. That gives us piece of mind.â€? great place to build,â€? she said. â€œThe â€œThey were willing to try every-
West Hancock initiates mentoring program By Rebecca Peter BRITT - The West Hancock School will initiate a program where high school students have the opportunity to mentor elementary students in preschool through 4th grade. Derek Cornett, K-12 school counselor, discussed the new program with the board of education, Jan. 20. â€œThe purpose of the mentoring program is to provide high school students an opportunity to work with elementary students and vice versa,â€? according to Cornett. â€œThis program will be focused more on behavioral and social goals and can lead to academic goals in the future. â€œTo go along with these behavioral and social goals, the students will
work on developing relationships with one another and bridging the elementary and high school.â€? Currently 22 high school students are signed up as mentors with three others on a waiting list. Cornett said the elementary students to be mentored were identified by the teachers as ones who would benefit from this kind of a program. The high school student mentors have an opportunity once a cycle (every six days) to work with 2-3 elementary students on playing games, reading books, and even eating lunch with one another. â€œThe mentors will be positive role models for the elementary students,â€? Cornett said. â€œWe will look for vari-
ous activities throughout the semester to do big group activities with mentors and mentees.â€? â€œThis is one way to give our students a chance to build relationships that can lead to more positive behaviors inside and outside of the school,â€? he continued. â€œWith those individuals who have volunteered, they will be the ones that the elementary students look up to and want to be like as they grow up in our school district.â€? The mentoring program will get started the first week in February. The board of education accepted three resignations: Stacey Wirtz, grades 7-8 special education posiMENTOR to page 2 Caucus participants sign nomination papers of Republican candidates for local, state or national office during the county GOP caucus at Britt, Jan. 21. (Leader photo)
GOP, Democrats select delegates at party caucuses
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Winterfest King and Queen candidates from the senior class at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne are: (front row): Irsaa Azzouz, Taylor Elvington, Ellyssahanna Espinosa, Destiny Hixson. King candidate are: (back) Stefan Chambers, Jared Haler, Sam Ludwig, Chandler Vorland. (Submitted photo)
CWL Celebrates Winterfest 2014 CORWITH - Winterfest 2014 coronation at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne will be held Thursday, Jan. 30, at 5:30 p.m. at C-W-L High School. Candidates for queen are: (front row): Irsaa Azzouz, Taylor Elvington, Ellyssahanna Espinosa, Destiny Hixson. King candidate are: (back) Stefan Chambers, Jared Haler, Sam Ludwig, Chandler Vorland. All are seniors at CWL.
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Blood Drive will be at the Corwith Community Center from 2 to 6 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome. Sunday, Feb. 2 A free-will donation omelet feed will be at the Kanawha Fire Station from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All donations support the Kanawha Swimming Pool. Thursday, Feb. 6 Clear Lake Senior Center Dance from 1:30 â€“ 3:30 p.m. featuring Charâ€™s Band, 105 S. Fourth St. Wednesday, Feb. 12 Britt Community Blood Drive, from 1:30 - 6:30 p.m. at Britt Municipal Building, 170 Main Avenue South. Thursday, Feb. 20 Clear Lake Senior Center Dance from 1:30 â€“ 3:30 p.m. featuring Clark Family Band, 105 S. Fourth St. Friday, Feb. 21 Legislative forum at the Garner Public Library in Senior Community Room. Saturday, March 15 Garner Park & Recâ€™s Cabin Fever Chaos 5K Run/Walk at 9 a.m.
thing. From beginning to end they have been a great family to work with. And we look forward to many more years as our homeowners.â€? Schoneberg said Habitat for Humanity is starting a homeowner repair program in 2014. â€œWeâ€™re going to help existing home owners as well,â€? she said. â€œWe have families who have lived in their homes for many years and canâ€™t afford the repairs. Elderly, disabled people, veterans â€“ all kinds of people who have low incomes and need some help. â€œWhat weâ€™re going to do is help with energy efficiency, safety, and neighborhood beautification.â€? Schonberg said $12,500 from the City of Garner will be allocated for the Habitat for Humanity home repair program. The funding was originally intended for construction of the Wumkes home, but was not used thanks to a grant from Thrivent Financial. â€œWe hope to do another Habitat house,â€? said Randy Lansing, Garner city administrator. â€œItâ€™s definitely beneficial to our community. Here was a vacant lot. Now we have a new house on it. This is all new tax base.â€? Habitat for Humanity sponsors include the City of Garner, Thrivent Builds Program (Thrivent Financial), North Iowa Area Council of Governments, with support from local donors and volunteers from the community.
be crown bearers. Other activities for this week at CWL include the boysâ€™ junior varsity and varsity basketball â€œPink Out Nightâ€? Friday night for the Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The senior class lasagna supper will be served on Friday, starting at 5:30 p.m. The pubic is invited to support these events.
By Rebecca Peter Hancock County Republicans and Democrats selected delegates for upcoming county conventions and worked on party platforms during their respective party caucuses. Iowaâ€™s precinct caucuses were held Tuesday, Jan. 21 Attendance for off-presidential election year caucuses is typically light compared to presidential election years. Republican Party chairman Marv Johnson, Kanawha, however, was pleased with the turnout for the GOP caucus. Johnson estimated about 80 persons attended the Republican caucus. All precincts met at the Britt Municipal Building. Three candidates for county office were introduced: Supervisor Sis Greiman, Auditor Michelle Eisenman and Deputy County Recorder Tracy Marshall. June Brady, current County Recorder, has decided not to run for reelection. State Senator Dennis Guth highlighted the legislative activities of the Iowa Senate, to date. He said the Senate Republican agenda includes a rule change that would require every bill up for debate to give a reference to that part in the Iowa Constitution that gives the authority to legislate that particular area. â€œNext would be eliminating sales tax on consumables,â€? he continued.
â€œIf youâ€™re in manufacturing, you have to pay sales tax on the steel, rubberâ€Śwhat ever it is youâ€™re buying to put in your product. Then we turn around and charge sales tax on that again. We feel that is double taxation.â€? A â€œReligious Liberty Act is being forwarded in the House of Representatives. Guth will sponsor the bill in the Senate. â€œThat will give some protection for people or organizationsâ€Śan exemption for firmly held religious beliefs,â€? he said. â€œThe election this November has great potential to put Republican in control of the Iowa Senate,â€? he said. â€œWe have districts to the east and to the southwest of us where the Democratic senator is fairly vulnerable.â€? The work on GOP Party platform will continue at the Republican County convention, Saturday, March 8 at the USDA building in Garner. Democratic Caucus A small but hearty group of Hancock County Democrats met at Matâ€™s Place in Garner for precinct caucus. Turnout was â€œabout what we expected - the weather being what it was,â€? said Gary Gelner, Hancock County Democratic Party chairman. Gelner said caucus participants reviewed the slate of Democratic candidates for local, state and national CAUCUS to page 2
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An $11 million renovation of the Michael Foods plant east of Britt on Hwy. 18 is underway. The expansion is expected to result in 25 more jobs. (Leader photo)
Michael Foods will renovate Britt plant MINNETONKA, Minn. â€“ Michael Foods has begun an $11 million renovation project at its Britt, plant. The project is expected to result in an increase of 25 jobs, according to a press release. â€œThis investment will expand our production capabilities and capacity at the Britt location, provide enhanced service for our customers, and position the plant for future growth,â€? said Emilio Escobar, plant manager. â€œMichael Foods is committed to the Britt community and appreciates the support of local officials, who were instrumental in helping get the project underway.â€? â€œIn addition to creating more jobs, the project is expected to increase revenues
for the company and by extension will increase Michael Foodsâ€™ economic contribution in Britt,â€? said Escobar. â€œWe look forward to working with community leaders as the project progresses.â€? Michael Foods Inc. is a producer, marketer and distributor of food products to the retail, foodservice and food ingredient markets. Its principal products are specialty egg products, refrigerated potato products, cheese and other dairy products. The company purchased the manufacturing assets of the Primera Food Corporation (including the Primeraâ€™s plant at Britt) in June of 2013.
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Bruckhoff and Dykstra receive promotions GARNER â€“ Neil Fell, Market President of Reliance State Bank, is pleased to announce the promotions of Kristen Bruckhoff and Nathan B. Dykstra. Kristen Bruckhoff has been named Assistant Vice President of Reliance State Bank. Kristen graduated from UNI earning her degree in Business Administration. She joined the bank in 2012 with previous experience in the banking industry and related fields. Kristen works in consumer and mortgage lending. Nathan Dykstra has been named Assistant Cashier and Loan Officer. He joined the Reliance State Bank staff in 2012 as an officer trainee. Nathan graduated from Northwestern College in Orange City earning his degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance.
Farmers Trust & Savings Bank is pleased to announce our first contest winner of the 100 Years of Making Things Grow Contest Series. Teresa Leerar was the winner of $100 for her guess of $145.65. The amount in the Britt pot was $145.22. Pictured is Mary Lou Weiskamp, Vice President (left) at the Britt location and Teresa Leerar (right). Monthly contests will run January-June. The winners of each of our monthly contest will be entered into a drawing to be held on July 4. The winner of that drawing will be the lucky candidate who will have a chance to win up to $100,000 at our anniversary party on August 23.
Beef feedlot roundtable sessions offered at five locations AMES â€“ Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and the University of Nebraska are teaming up to offer a Feedlot Roundtable session at five Iowa locations on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. Iowa State Extension beef program specialist Russ Euken said the feedlot roundtable sessions are offered annually in Nebraska for feedlot operators and interested agribusiness people. The $10 fee covers proceedings, meeting costs and refreshments, and is payable at the door. However, youâ€™re asked to pre-register no later than Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the location you will attend to ensure adequate materials and refreshments.
Dee Griffin from the UNL vet education center in Clay Center will discuss the Food and Drug Administrationâ€™s policy on eliminating use of antimicrobials for growth promotion and feed efficiency. This presentation is prerecorded for the program. Also Dustin Loy with the Vet Diagnostic Lab at UNL will discuss BRD and antimicrobial resistance. Galen Erickson will have a presentation on using fiber for cattle or ethanol and there will be an update on ISU beef research provided locally. â€œAs part of a cooperative agreement between Iowa State Extension and UNL Extension that provides sharing of livestock educational resources and programs, and through available
technology, the roundtables also will be offered via Internet connection for Iowans in selected locations,â€? he said. â€œThe speakers and subject matter are sure to draw interest from our stateâ€™s beef community. More information, including a regis-
tration form, is available on the Iowa Beef Center website (www.iowabeefcenter.org). For more information please contact the Hancock County Extension Office or Russ Euken at 641-923-2856.
MENTOR from page 1 tion; Jim Becker, middle school assistant boys track coach; and Linda Sanger, high school business instructor. Cory Borcherding was approved as a volunteer basketball coach. The board approved a 28E agreement with the Corwith-Wesley District for sharing transportation of special education students.
CAUCUS from page 1 office. Ted Hall, Hancock county supervisor, is up for reelection, Gelner noted. Gelner said the main order of business for the evening was lining up delegates for the Democratic County Convention. The convention will be held Saturday, March 8, 9 a.m., at Matâ€™s Place.
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John K. & Luise V. Hanson Foundation Partner with HCHS Nerve Conduction Velocity machine tests for carpal tunnel syndrome BRITT â€“ Hancock County Health System (HCHS) has partnered with the John K. and Luise V. Hanson Foundation to purchase a Nerve Conduction Velocity machine. â€œNerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) testing measures how quickly electrical impulses move along a nerve,â€? said Monica Christensen, RRT, RCP, RPFT, BS, with Hancock County Health System. â€œA healthy nerve conducts signals with greater speed and strength than a damaged nerve, and the NCV test is a great diagnostic tool to detect nerve disorders or injury.â€? The NCV machine will allow HCHS the opportunity to meet a growing de-
mand and enhance its scope of practice by offering patients suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, as well as ulnar entrapment, on-site testing. Patients suffering from arm and hand tingling, pain and numbness can now receive testing through a device that detects changes in nerve transmission close to home at Hancock County Memorial Hospitalâ€™s Wellness Center.
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Work begins in the Iowa Senate State budget work began Wednesday in the Iowa Senate. I am Ranking Member for the Senate on the Administration and Regulation subcommittee, which approves the budget for 16 agencies from State Auditor to the Department of Revenue. We have heard the budget request from half of them already. I stand with all Senate Republicans in an effort to protect Iowa taxpayers from excessive taxation and the expansion of government. Last year, we all voted against every budget proposal offered by our counterparts in the Senate majority. Why? We cannot support reckless and often unconstitutional spending. One of my favorite issues this session is a bill which exempts military retirement pay from state income tax. Over half of the states, including all neighboring states, have a similar law in place. Along with the tax exemption, the Home Base Iowa Act will enable all veterans to qualify for in-state tuition at
our state universities and provide college credit for technical skills acquired in the military. We want to honor our veterans who proudly served our great nation and provide a welcoming environment for them in Iowa. Last Tuesday, I attended my county caucus. I have been a part of this for well over 20 years. I am always impressed any Iowa citizen has the opportunity to express his or her views on the issues important to them. How many countries do you know encourage this type of participation? It does make a difference if we all stay engaged, and hold our elected officials accountable. On that note, I remind you I appreciate your input. Please contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (641) 430-0424. I frequently remind myself not to lean on my own understanding, but to seek the guidance of the One who created all things. Thanks for the opportunity to represent you in the Iowa Senate.
Budgets, Education, and Bi-Partisan Politics We are finishing our second week of the session. Like other government agencies, the legislature was off on Monday, Martin Luther King Day. Tuesday was caucus day. When we got back to work yesterday, it was to committee meetings, plenty of mail, and meetings with constituents who were here at the Capitol. Last week Governor Branstad outlined his budget proposal for the FY2015. The governorâ€™s proposal is a good first step in the appropriations process. First, by allowing both the House and the Senate to begin our part in the budget negotiations earlier in the session. He also outlined a budget that will continue to maintain a healthy reflection of state revenue. Each of the past three years, the final budget passed by the Legislature spent less than what the Governor proposed. I believe the final FY2015 will also continue this trend. If we continue to adhere to the common sense budgeting principles of not spending more money than the state takes in, not using one-time money to pay for on-going expenses, not intentionally underfunding entitlement programs to balance the stateâ€™s budget, and returning unused tax dollars to Iowaâ€™s taxpayers, our state will continue to be prepared for whatever lays ahead. One of Governor Branstadâ€™s key points in his proposed budget for FY2015 is continued education reform and much of the new spending proposal comes as a result of legislation passed during the 2013 session. The single largest increase is for the $245 per student increase in state supplemental aid for schools. With the current enrollment projections for the 2014-2015 school year, the commitment to provide a four percent increase will result in $155.4 million of new financial support to Iowa schools. In addition to that, schools will also be receiving an additional $50.3 million to fund the various efforts included in the Education Reform package for this year. These two funding sources will raise the per pupil
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One tool that is very useful in identifying potential health risks is a diagnostic screening. For instance, if a woman gets a yearly mammogram and clinical breast exam a precancerous lesion can be found as small as the size of a pinhead, instead of waiting until it is a lump large enough to feel. The care and treatment can be dramatically different based on when a lump is found. Preventive care can reduce your risk for all major chronic diseases; reduce interruptions to your personal life; and reduce the amount of money you spend on healthcare since most screens are either covered by your health insurance or offered to you at low or no cost. If you would like to submit a healthcare question, visit www.trustHCHS. com and select Contact Us at the bottom of the home page or call 641-8435150.
QUESTION: Why is preventative medicine important to me? ANSWER by: Becky Finch, RN, providing treatment and care through the Business Health Department at Hancock County Memorial Hospital. With all the healthcare changes, preventative medicine has become more of a buzzword lately but I am sure many people are wondering what does it really mean. In the past, healthcare has focused on the care and treatment of those who are sick but that focus is changing to recognize the importance of keeping people well so they donâ€™t become sick. If we help a patient stay healthy we may be able to increase their quality of life and the time they spend on doing things they enjoy as well as reduce the amount of money spent on medical bills. It is far less expensive to treat a condition before it becomes a chronic disease.
The Leader â€˘ Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014
PEOPLE & EVENTS
Garner Rotary welcomes new members
Garner NON-FICTION (Continued from last week) Kimmel, Dr. Tim ; Grace Based Parenting - Parents in our post-modern world tend to be committed to but anxious about their child-rearing responsibilities. Theyâ€™ve tried the countless parenting books on the market, but many of these are strident, fear-based books that loving parents instinctively reject, while still searching for direction. Now Dr. Tim Kimmel, founder of Family Matters ministries, offers a refreshing new look at parenting. Rejecting rigid rules and checklists that donâ€™t work, Dr. Kimmel recommends a parenting style that mirrors Godâ€™s love, reflects His forgiveness, and displaces fear as a motivator for behavior. As we embrace the grace God offers, we begin to give it-creating a solid foundation for growing morally strong and spiritually motivated children. Northup, Solomon; Twelve Years a Slave - Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup is a memoir of a black man who was born free in New York state but kidnapped, sold into slavery and kept in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana before the American Civil War. He provided details of slave markets in Washington, DC, as well as describing at length cotton cultivation on major plantations in Louisiana. Salatin, Joel ; Salad Bar Beef - In a day when beef is assailed by many environmental organizations and lauded by fast-food chains, a new paradigm to bring reason to this confusion is in order. With farmers leaving the land in droves and plows poised to â€œreclaimâ€? set-aside acres, it is time to offer an alternative that is both land and farmer friendly. Beyond that, the salad bar beef production model offers hope to rural communities, to struggling row-crop farmers, and to frustrated beef eaters who do not want to encourage desertification, air and water pollution, environmental degradation and inhumane animal treatment. Because this is a program weighted toward creativity, management, entrepreneurism and observation, it breathes fresh air into farm economics. Taste of Home; 2014 Annual Recipes Thomas, Gary; Sacred Parenting, how raising children shapes our souls - Parenting is a school for spiritual formation---and our children are our teachers. The journey of caring for, rearing, training, and loving our children will profoundly alter us forever. Sacred Parenting is unlike any other parenting book you have ever read. This is not a â€˜how-toâ€™ book that teaches you ways to discipline your kids or help them achieve their full potential. Instead of discussing how parents can change their kids, Sacred Parenting turns the tables and demonstrates how God uses our kids to change us. Youâ€™ve read all the method books. Now take a step back and receive some much-needed inspiration. Youâ€™ll be encouraged by stories that tell how other parents handled the challenges and difficulties of being a parent---and how their children transformed their relationship with God. Sacred Parenting affirms the spiritual value of being a parent, showing you the holy potential of the parent-child relationship. NEW AUDIO Castle, Richard, Deadly Heat; Rollins, James, Innocent Blood; Clancy, Tom, Command Authority; Wiseman, Beth, An Amish Miracle; North, Will, The Long Walk Home; Wiggs, Susan, Candlelight Christmas; Patterson, James, Cross My Heart. SWEET READS: Kids versus Adults â€“ who will read the most? Who
will win weekly prizes? Whose side will win the grand prize?! Sign up at the library today â€“ it might be YOU! Tax Forms: The IRS has set the opening day of the 2014 tax season to be Friday, Jan. 31. The library will have the basic paper Federal tax forms as soon as they arrive, which currently is scheduled between late January and late February. State tax forms are no longer mailed to us. Staff can help with printing off most forms. Magazine Sale: Our annual magazine sale is on. $1/bundle. Questions? Stop in or Contact the library at 641923-2850 or garner.library@mchsi. com. NEW MATERIALS - Fiction Bowen, Rhys; In A Gilded Cage Irish immigrant Molly Murphy and her New York City P.I. business are in the midst of a sweeping influenza epidemic and a fight for womenâ€™s suffrage that lands her in jail. Her betrothed, Police Captain Daniel Sullivan, finds her, but he hardly has time to bail her out, what with Chinese gangs battling for control of a thriving opium trade. The only consolation Molly can take from her vexing afternoon in the clink is that it made her some new friends among the Vassar suffragists---and brought her a pair of new cases. For the first, Emily Boswell is convinced her miserly uncle stole her inheritance and wants Molly to uncover the truth behind her parentsâ€™ lives and deaths. Second, Emilyâ€™s college roommate Fanny Poindexter wants Molly to find proof of her husbandâ€™s philandering so that she can leave him without one red cent. But when Fanny dies and her husband claims sheâ€™s a victim of the epidemic, itâ€™s more than Mollyâ€™s conscience can take. Higgins, Jack; The Death Trade An eminent Iranian scientist has made a startling breakthrough in nuclear weapons research, but he canâ€™t stand the thought of his regime owning the bomb. He would run if he could, but if he does, his family dies. He is desperate; he doesnâ€™t know what to do. It is up to Sean Dillon and the rest of the small band known as the Prime Ministerâ€™s private army to think of a plan. Most particularly, it is up to their newest member, an intelligence captain and Afghan war hero named Sara Gideon, who thinks there just might be a way to pull it off. Klassen, Julie; The Silent Governess - Believing herself guilty of a crime, Olivia Keene flees her home, eventually stumbling upon a grand estate where an elaborate celebration is in progress. But all is not as joyous as it seems. Lord Bradley has just learned a terrible secret, which, if exposed, will change his life forever. When he glimpses a figure on the grounds, he fears a spy or thief has overheard his devastating news. He is stunned to discover the intruder is a scrap of a woman with her throat badly injured. Fearing she will spread his secret, he gives the girl a post and confines her to his estate. As Olivia and Lord Bradleyâ€™s secrets catch up with them, will their hidden pasts ruin their hope of finding love? More next week!
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The Garner Rotary Club is pleased to announce four new members in 2014: Kristen Bruckhoff, a Mortgage Lender at Reliance State Bank in Garner; Phil Garland, long time attorney in Garner;
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Matt Greiman, owner of Greiman Construction Services in Garner; and Carol Peterson, NIACC Community Education Program Manager based in Garner.
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Morgan Greiman and Randy Nosbisch
Greiman-Nosbisch to wed in June Morgan Greiman of Nevada, Iowa, and Randy Nosbisch of Emmetsburg, are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Morgan is the daughter of Cory and Sis Greiman of Garner. She received her bachelors degree in agricultural education from Iowa State University and is currently employed as an agricultural education teacher at Colo-NESCO High School in Colo, Iowa.
Randy is the son of Tim and Susan Nosbisch of New Hampton. Randy also received his bachelors degree in agricultural education from Iowa State University. He is currently an agricultural education teacher at Emmetsburg High School in Emmetsburg. The couple was engaged at Randyâ€™s farm in New Hampton and has plans for a June 28 wedding to be held at Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church in Garner.
Winter Walk Scheduled Winter often means being stuck indoors for months at a time. So, if you havenâ€™t had a chance to get out much this winter, now you have an opportunity. The Winnebago County Conservation Board will be holding a Winter Walk at Thorpe Park on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 15, beginning at the park office at 1 p.m. It will last about 45-60 minutes. During the walk, Winnebago County Naturalist Lisa Ralls will point out signs of wildlife and will discuss the various ways that plants and animals deal with winter weather. The walk will be free and open to people of all ages.
People should be sure to dress for the temperatures, including wearing warm boots. Cookies and hot refreshments will be served back at the office after the walk. There is no need to pre-register ahead of time for the walk but, if people want more information, they can contact Lisa Ralls at 641-565-3390 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. In case of inclement weather, the walk will either be postponed or canceled and that announcement will run on KIOW Radio (FM 107.3), as well as on the WCCBâ€™s web site (www.winnebagoccb.com), Facebook page, and Twitter feed.
Lime Creek heads to Festival of Owls The Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board and Lime Creek Nature Center are sponsoring a motor coach trip to the International Festival of Owls in Houston, Minnesota on Saturday, March 8. The festival features internationallyknown speakers, live owls, and a variety of owl programs and activities for children and adults. For more information on the festival visit their website at: http://www.festivalofowls.com/. The trip will depart from the Lime Creek Nature Center parking lot at 7
a.m. with a stop at the Houston Nature Center at 9:30 a.m.; and then on to the festival from 10 a.m. â€“ 4 p.m.; returning to Mason City at approximately 6:30 p.m. Cost for the trip is $30 for adults (18 and over) and $15 for youth (17 and under), which covers transportation and entrance fee to the festival. Lunch and dinner is not included in the fee. To register for this trip, or for more information, please call the Lime Creek Nature Center at 641-423-5309. Registration is required by Friday, Feb. 21.
The North Central Iowa Genealogical Society will sponsor History of the Brewery on Saturday, Feb. 8. The program will take place at 1:30 p.m. at The Manor. The old Brewery is a well-known landmark near the Lime Creek Nature Center. Volunteers and staff have been researching the history of the Brewery and recovering various artifacts on the site. This program will examine various
facts and stories about this landmark and will include a display of artifacts found there. Todd Von Ehwegen is the Conservation Education Manager for the Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board. He is responsible for administrating the environmental education program for the agency and has been with the Conservation Board for 23 years. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Clear Lake Area Christian Womenâ€™s Connection All area women are invited to a luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 4, in the Community Room at City Hall, 511 1st Avenue North, Clear Lake. Price of the lunch is $8, all-inclusive. Special Feature will be â€œThe Healing Nature of Essential Oilsâ€?. The program will be â€œFrom Pieces to Perfection,â€?
presented by Joy Miller of Amana. Joy will share her story from an Iowa farm to Johannesburg, So. Africa and back. Joyâ€™s story includes recovery from rejection and ends in victory. Reservations and cancellations can be made by calling 641-357-5755 or 641-923-3305 no later than Saturday evening, Feb 1.
Tenth District VFW Auxiliary Meets On Sunday, Jan. 19, the Tenth District VFW Auxiliary met in Estherville, at the Post Home 3388. The meeting was called to order by Sr. Vice President, Lisa Hansen. There were seven Auxiliaries represented, with two Past Department Presidents, four Past District Presidents, and four Auxiliary Presidents present. The representative for the day was Department Chaplain, Donna Sorenson. The District winner of the Patriotâ€™s Pen contest was Lauren Erickson of the Humboldt Middle School. She was presented a citation and a check for $50. She also received a patriotic jacket. The District Voice of Democracy winner was Joseph Cronkwright of Forest City High School, and sponsored by Leland VFW Post. He received a citation, pin, a check for $100, and a patriotic jacket. Joseph gave his speech for
us. The studentâ€™s parents were in attendance, and ate lunch with us. The winner of the â€œI Love America Becauseâ€? essay contest was third grader Abigail Dorn of Clarion school, sponsored by Belmond VFW Post. Fourth grade essay winner of â€œMy Favorite Freedom Isâ€? was Kaitlyn Harms, Humboldt School, sponsored by Humboldt VFW Post. Fifth grade essay winner of â€œHow Do We Show Our Pride In Americaâ€? was Quinton Orr of Humboldt School, sponsored by Humboldt VFW Post. Department/Committee reports were given, as well as Presidents reports. Six bags of groceries were raffled off. The next meeting will be April 27 in Armstrong. Closing Ceremonies were held. Respectfully submitted, Sandi Holm - Secretary
Host needed for Clear Lake State Park The opportunity to spend the summer in Clear Lake State Park is available for individuals who serve as a campground host. Campground hosts receive free camping at a designated site while they help state parks staff by assisting campers, explaining park rules, helping with registration and serving as an impromptu local tour guide. Hosts help park staff to keep the park clean and with light maintenance. The camping season is April 1 to Oc-
tober 31. Applications are available online at www.iowadnr.gov/volunteer then click on the campground hosts link in the column on the left. Or, call 515-2425704 to have an application mailed. Applicants will have a federal criminal history and driversâ€™ license check as part of the process. â€œWe would like to get the host placed by mid-March so they are ready to go in April,â€? said Linda King, with the DNRâ€™s office of volunteer services.
Engineering; Bailey Renae Sheimo, Hospitality Management; Tyler John Thorson, Civil Engineering. Garner: Kristen Lyn Beecher, Elementary Education; Hillary Anne Hayes, Dietetics (H SCI); Karah Marie Huinker, Accounting; Matthew Joseph Kenney, Materials Engineering; Caleb Arnold Prohaska, Construction Engineering; Jesslyn Mary Prohaska, Communication Studies; Morgan B. Ricke, Psychology; Elizabeth M. Tusha, Finance; Bradley Richard Young, Civil Engineering.
Lu Verne: Alesha Rae Carroll, Management; Tanner David Holmes, Marketing; Austin Wayne Warmbier, Agronomy. Ventura: Dalton Dean Berhow-Goll, Journalism and Mass Communication. Wesley: Cassondra Rose Boeckholt, Child, Adult, and Family Services; Amelia Mary Golwitzer, Pre-Business; Whitney Lee Shellenberg, Finance. Woden: Samantha J. Thilges, Finance.
Locals listed on ISU fall Deanâ€™s List AMES - More than 6,900 Iowa State University undergraduates have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the 2013 fall semester Deanâ€™s List. Students named to the Deanâ€™s List must have earned a grade point average of at least 3.50 on a 4.00 scale while carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work. Britt: Elizabeth Lucille Bruns, Accounting; Brookelyn M. Savoy, Elementary Education; Kimberly Sue Smidt, Elementary Education; Amanda
Louise Verbrugge, Kinesiology and Health. Corwith: Lauran Michele Chambers, Biochemistry. Forest City: Geir Thomas Anderson, Philosophy; Emily Hannele Branstad, Animal Science; Nathaniel James Byro, Landscape Architecture; Megan Diane Eisenmann, Psychology; Ceara Kay Fjeld, Animal Science; August Paul Nelson, Agricultural Engineering; Laura Marie Nelson, Psychology; Krystal Ann Ranes, Veterinary Medicine; Jeffrey D. Robson, Construction
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We would like to thank area businesses and private donors for contributing to a successful â€œOvertimeâ€? Nacho Bingo event on January 17th. Thank you to the following businesses and other donors: Clear Lake Bank & Trust Colony Inn Hardeeâ€™s Peace Reformed Church Prairie Energy State of Wear Stellar Industries Subway TKS Shop, LLC Garner and Ventura community members
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February 2, 2014 Kanawha Firestation 8:30am to 12:30 pm Free Will Donation
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Volunteer mentors honored
Mentors across the nation were recognized during the month of January 2014. January 23, 2014, the One On One Mentoring Project held a recognition luncheon at the Pizza Ranch in Garner for community volunteers who support the program. Fifteen mentors and 8 mentees attended. â€œWe enjoyed an evening of sharing,â€? said Shirley Brown, One on One Mentoring coordinator. â€œI would like to thank Janet Abele, Linda Brown, Nellie Bird, Kathy Gibbs, Glen Greiman, Terri Greiman, Sherri Halfpop, Katrina Klooster, Carol Opp, Mike Leerar, Ray Pool, Linda Ringham, Lisa Schoneman, Eric Williams, John Rohlf, Melissa Rud, John Golnick, Lea Calvert, and Jeanne Zwald for their effort and all those who helped make this event take place.â€? To learn how you can become a mentor, call 641-923-2632 or email email@example.com. (Submitted photo)
Hancock County Fair 2014 slated for July 22-27
This summer from July 22 - 27, the southeast corner of Britt will be the entertainment focal point for North Iowa. The increasingly popular Hancock County District Fair will bring young and old to one spot to enjoy some of the best entertainment of the year. Concert, races, livestock shows, carnivals, and of course food, are some of the events scheduled for the week. Long before the 2103 fair ended on this past July, the planning for the 2014 fair was well under way. Hours and hours of work are done to make sure each fair is a success. The Hancock County Fair Board works hard to make sure the event is successful. One of the ways they accomplish this is by partici-
pating at the Iowa Fair Association Annual Convention on Dec. 12-14 in Des Moines. At the convention, board members are exposed to hundreds of different vendors that would like the opportunity to be booked. The vendors have displays setup throughout the Convention Center. At these displays, board members are able to discuss their needs and check on availability of the vendors. During the convention the Hancock County Fair Board was able to book their needs for the 2014 fair. Including a carnival, two musical groups, free stage entertainers, a chainsaw artist, and more. To evaluate which entertainment acts
to book for the fair, the board attended a â€œShowcaseâ€? of musical acts on Friday afternoon. This Showcase involves entertainers performing 20-minute performances on two side-by-side stages. While one stage has a live performance on it, the other stage is being tore down and setup for the next act. Then the focus switches to the other stage and the teardown and setup process starts on the previous stage. This continues for four hours. Over those four hours, attendees are able to see 24 different acts. The Hancock County Fair Board was able to book one of the top performers during the showcase. More information on this will come in future articles. During the convention the Hancock
County Fair Board was able to talk with fair board members from other parts of the state. During these discussions, the topic of what has been successful and what has not, usually comes up. The Hancock County Fair has an excellent reputation for its excellent entertainment, large livestock shows, and overall experience. While many county fairs struggle with declining attendance and participation, the Hancock County Fair repeatedly breaks records for gate admission to events and livestock entries. So, mark your calendar for July 22 thru July 27, and plan to attend the 2014 Hancock County Fair.
Free Tax Preparation By Brenda Schmitt, Iowa State Extension and Outreach Iowa State University Extension volunteers offers free tax help to people who make $52,000 or less and need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals in local communities. They can inform taxpayers about special tax credits for which they may qualify such as Earned Income Tax Credit, Child
Tax Credit, and Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled. â€˘ To have your tax return prepared you need to bring the following information with you: â€˘ Proof of identification â€“ Picture ID â€˘ Social Security Cards for you, your spouse and dependents or a Social Security Number verification letter issued by the Social Security Administration or â€˘ Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) assignment letter for you, your spouse and dependents
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BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (GARBC) 480 Main Ave. N, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3110 Pastor Greg Baum Sunday, Feb. 2 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Church 6 p.m. Sunday Evening Service Wednesday, Feb. 5 6 p.m. Awana Clubs Catholic THE CATHOLIC PARISHES OF HANCOCK COUNTY ST. BONIFACE CATHOLIC CHURCH 660 Bush, Garner - Phone 923-2329 ST. WENCESLAUS CATHOLIC CHURCH Duncan ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH Britt Fr. Dennis W. Miller, Pastor Fr. Paul E. Lippstock, Sacramental Priest Thursday, Jan. 30 8 a.m. Mass at Garner Friday, Jan. 31 7:30 a.m. Mass at Britt Saturday, Feb. 1 10 a.m. Holy Hour & Reconciliation at Garner 3:45 p.m. Reconciliation at Duncan 4:30 p.m. Mass at Duncan Sunday, Feb. 2 7:15 a.m. Reconciliation at Britt 8 a.m. Mass at Britt 10 a.m. Mass at Garner Monday, Feb. 3 8 a.m. Mass at Garner Tuesday, Feb. 4 No Mass Wednesday, Feb. 5 8 a.m. Mass at Duncan 5 p.m. Reconciliation at Britt 5:30 p.m. Mass at Britt ST. BENEDICT CATHOLIC CHURCH 2003 190th St., Algona, 50511 Phone 515-679-4279 Tuesdays & Thursdays 8 a.m. Mass Saturdays 6:30 p.m. Mass ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH 403 East St., S., Wesley, 50483 Phone 515-679-4279 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m. Mass Saturdays 5 p.m. Mass Sundays 8:30 a.m. Mass Church of Christ IMMANUEL REFORMED UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST North Fourth & Elder, Klemme Phone 587-2462 Pastor Donna Buckmann Sunday, Feb. 2 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Coffee Fellowship
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EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 810 Second Ave SW, Britt, 50423 Pastor Stan Johnson Pastor Mark Stevens Phone 843-3861 Sundays 9 a.m. Services 10:15 a.m. Sunday School EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 502 Reed St., W., Wesley, 50483 Phone 515-679-4460 Jason Boomgarden, Pastor Sundays 9 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School 6 p.m. Evening Service (1st & 3rd Sunday) GARNER EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 580 Hwy 18 E., Garner, 50438 Phone 923-6092 www.garnerefree.org Haddon Anderson, Pastor Thursday, Jan. 30 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study 6 p.m. Young Families Group Friday, Jan. 31 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study Sunday, Feb. 2 8 a.m. Worship Team Practice 8:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 6 p.m. WIRED (Jr High) 7 p.m. SOJOURN (High School) Monday, Feb. 3 6:30 p.m. Building Campaign Prayer Meeting Tuesday, Feb. 4 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study 7 p.m. Woman Bible Study Wednesday, Feb. 5 6 a.m. Menâ€™s Outreach & Bible Study 4:30 p.m. Trustee Meeting 7:30 p.m. Teen Small Group Lutheran FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) 1985 290th St., Miller, Garner, 50438 Handicap Accessible Phone 927-4413 Sunday, Feb. 3 8:25 Sunday School/Confirmation 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 Coffee FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 70 5th Ave, NW, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3172 Pastor Lee Nelson Thursday, Jan. 30 6:30 p.m. Bible Study Sunday, Feb. 2 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service 7 p.m. AA Meeting ST. JOHN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 2405 260th St., Garner Phone 829-4493 The Rev. Carl Hedberg Sunday, Feb. 2 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) and Little Lambs Preschool 810 State Street, Garner Phone 923-2261 The Rev. Scott A. Kozisek 641-923-2261, Email: stpauloďŹƒce@mchsi.com OďŹƒce Hours: M-F 8 a.m.-noon & 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29 5:30 p.m. CE Meal 5:45 p.m. CE Classes 5:45 p.m. Daveâ€™s Adult Study Group 6 p.m. Bell Choir 7 p.m. Senior Choir Sunday, Feb. 2 Service may be heard at 12:30 p.m. on 107.3 KIOW-FM 9 a.m. Worship/Communion 10 a.m. Fellowship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School & HS 10:15 a.m. Know Your Bible 10:15 a.m. James & Other Stuff Monday, Feb. 3 9 a.m. Hope Circle 5:30 p.m. Deacons 7 p.m. E-Team Tuesday, Feb. 4 1:30 p.m. Prairie View Svc 6L30 p.m. Council Meeting
Pastor Paul Evans is pelted with 313 pairs of socks during â€œSock it to Me Sundayâ€? at the Garner United Methodist Church. The sock will be donated to the Rosebud Mission in South Dakota. A group of volunteers will travel to South Dakota next June to work at the mission. (Submitted photo)
Methodist UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 707 4th St. SW, Britt Phone 843-3523 The Rev. Robert Dodge Sundays 9 a.m. Worship
â€˜Sock it to Me Sundayâ€™ supports Methodist mission work
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 214 Clinton St., Box 217, Corwith, 50430 The Rev. Beatrice Kinzler Sundays 10 a.m. Worship Food Pantry by Appt. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 885 Maben, Garner Phone 923-2191 Pastor Paul Evans Thursday, Jan. 30 9:30 am Bible Study Concord Care 4-6 pm Godâ€™s Pantry 7:00 pm Disciple II Sunday, Feb. 3 8:45 am Cookie Club 9:00 am Sunday School 10:15 am Worship Celebration Souper Bowl Sundae Following Service 4:00 pm Rev. Paul Concord Care Service 6:30 pm Disciple I Monday, Feb. 3 9-11 am Godâ€™s Pantry 10:00 am Staff Meeting 1:00 pm Quilters 5:30 pm No Sarah Circle 6:00 pm UMM Meeting Fellowship Hall Tuesday, Feb. 4 1:45 pm Concord Care Bingo (Esther Circle) Wednesday, Feb. 5 1:00 pm Quilters 3:45 pm Confirmation 5:30 pm SPRC 6:45 pm Choir Practice UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 201 Willow St., Goodell Phone 641-495-6102 Pastor Michael ShaďŹ€er Sunday, Feb. 2 Sunday School 11 a.m. Worship Service Tuesday, Feb. 4 1:30 p.m. Bible Study
GARNER - When Pastor Paul Evans asked his congregation to â€œsock it to meâ€?â€Ś they did - literally. â€œSock it to me Sundayâ€? at the Garner United Methodist Church on Jan. 19, was a great success when 184 people threw 313 clean, new, pairs of socks at Pastor Evans. The socks will be donated to the Rosebud mission at Mission, S.D. A group of 44 volunteers coordinated by Garner United Methodist Church and the Shellrock Valley United Methodist Parish will travel to South Dakota next June to assist with painting, building, sorting and other projects at the Rosebud mission next in June. Several of the volunteers are from other denominations as well. This group hopes to raise enough money to buy a used Klemme Phone 641-587-2540 Pastor Michael ShaďŹ€er Sunday, Feb. 2 9:30 a.m. Worship Service Sunday School 6 p.m. Contemporary Service Tuesday, Feb. 4 10 a.m. Bible Study Wednesday, Feb. 5 4-5:30 p.m. Confirmation UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 306 3rd St., LuVerne, 50560 Phone 515-882-3509 Sundays 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School Wednesdays 7 a.m. Prayer Breakfast Non-denominational OPEN ARMS CHRISTIAN MINISTRY CHURCH Garner Ed. Center, 325 W. 8th Street Church OďŹƒce: 425 State Street, Garner Phone 641-425-4095 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Pastor Keith Hood Thursday, Jan. 30 7-9 p.m. Pastorâ€™s Office Hours Sunday, Feb. 2 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Praise & Worship 11:30 a.m. Fellowship & Coffee Monday, Feb. 3 Bible Study @ Maxine Upmeyerâ€™s Tuesday, Feb. 4 7-9 p.m. Pastorâ€™s Office Hours Wednesday, Feb. 5
F-150 Ford pickup truck to donate to the mission. A total of $1,600 has already been donated for the pickup. The group is also collecting good, used clothing to take to the mission. Undie Sunday (with new underwear donations) will be Feb. 23. (No throwing, this time.) A birthday lunch with dessert auction will be the same day with people sitting at the table of their birthday month. Each table will bid as a group for the desserts. Various other fund-raisers are planned, including T-shirts, breakfasts, etc. If anyone would like to donate to this mission project, call the Garner United Methodist Church at 641-923-2191 or John Bowman, coordinator, at 641-8434086.
4-5 p.m. 1st Year Confirmation (Church Office) 5-6 p.m. 2nd Year Confirmation (Church Office) 6:30 â€“ 9 p.m. Monthly Potluck Dinner (GEC) 7:30-8:30 p.m. Council Meeting Presbyterian UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 475 Maben Ave., Garner Phone 923-2274 Justin Asche, Pastor www.facebook.com/GarnerUPC Thursday, Jan.30 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office Sunday, Feb. 2 8:30 a.m. Adult Study 9:00 a.m. Youth Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Choir Practice 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Tuesday, Feb. 4 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office Wednesday, Feb. 5 1 p.m.-8 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office 6:00 p.m. Bible Study Reformed At the Crossroads Ministries BRITT CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 569 Main Ave. N, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3308 Pastor Joel De Boer Sundays 10 a.m. Worship Service 11:15 a.m. Sunday School
PEACE REFORMED CHURCH 3 mi. S. Hwy 69, Garner, 50438 Phone 923-3060 Pastor Harvey Opp www.peacereformedchurch.com Sunday, Feb. 2 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Soup Dinner Wednesday, Feb. 4 1:30 p.m. Womenâ€™s Society 5 ZION EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCH 760 W. 8th, Garner Phone 923-3152 Brian Lund, Pastor www.zionerchurch.com Thursday, Jan. 30 5:30 p.m. Music & Worship Meeting Sunday, Feb. 2 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship 3 p.m. Sr. High Bible Study Tuesday, Feb. 4 9 a.m. Prayer Group Wednesday, Feb. 5 2:30 p.m. 7/8 Confirmands 5:30 p.m. New Life Supper 6 p.m. New Life Kids Club 6 p.m. 9th Gr Confirmands 6:15 p.m. Sr. High/Adult Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice
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hicle accidents: A property damage accident on Jan. 17 occurred at 226th St. east of State
Ave. A 2007 Chevrolet van Anthony Duane Babcock of Wesley was west-
bound on 225th. The vehicle left the roadway to the north and lost control. The van slid across the roadway and
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struck a utility pole on the driverâ€™s door. The vehicle then struck a large tree, causing extensive rear end damage. An estimated $16,000 damage occurred to the van; $1,000 to the utility pole and $2,000 to the tree. Babcock was charged with failure to maintain control. A two-car collision occurred Jan. 20 at U.S. 69 and 330th. A 1998 Chevy Blazer driven by Zachery D. Pinheiro of Clear Lake was driving south on Hwy. 69. Pinheiro was attempting to make a left hand turn on 330th Street. A 2008 Chevy Malibu driven by Stephanie Rose Prescott, was going to make a right hand turn south onto Hwy. 69. Pinheiro lost control of the Blazer on the icy road. Prescott observed the turn signal on the Blazer and attempted to make the turn. The two vehicle collided in the intersection. Minor damage ($100) occurred to the Blazer. $2,600 damage occurred to the Malibu. GARNER POLICE DEPARTMENT Traffic Stops/Accidents â€“ 1, Motorist Assists â€“ 1, Citizen Contact â€“ 3, Business Contact â€“ 1, Business Contact (Funeral) - 0, Government Contact â€“ 4, Government Contact (ambulance) â€“ 1, Investigation â€“ 1, Disturbance â€“ 0, Other â€“ 4. January 16 6:49 p.m., State St., Citation issued to Abagail Eckert, 16, Garner, for driving while suspended. January 18 8:14 a.m., 100 Blk E 4th, Report of vandalism. Under investigation. January 19 12:41 p.m., 300 Blk E. 12th, Report of harassment. January 20 7:09 p.m., 100 Blk Sesame, Welfare check. January 21 Citations issued to the following for snow removal: Nathan Burk, 32, Kanawha; Dylan Frascht, 19, Garner; Benjamin Dirksen, 18, Mason City. January 22 7:49 a.m., 1000 Blk Division, School
assist. HANCOCK COUNTY SHERIFF Total 14; Harassment 3; Trespass/ Prowler/Peeping Tom/Etc 1; Suspicious Person 1; 911 Call 3; Animal Complaints - Other Animal Complaints 2; Traffic Accident - Deer 1; Traffic Accident - Involving Injury 1; Traffic Accident - Non-Injury 6; Traffic Enforcement/Warnings 2; Traffic Enforcement/Warning/Speed 1; Traffic Enforcement/All Others 3; Traffic Enforcement/Proof Of Insurance 1; Other Public Services 7; Assisting Other Agency - Police Department 1; Trips/ Prisoner Transport 1. Citations issued: Dustin Gauley, registration and no insurance. January 16 11:37 p.m., Hwy 28/Oak, Checking on stalled vehicle. January 17 2:05 a.m., Request to speak to deputy. 5:46 a.m., Crystal Lake, Report of an injured deer on roadway by pits. 6:50 a.m., Crystal Lake, Report of car-deer accident, no injuries. 8:34 p.m., 225th, Report of an accident with property damage. January 18 10:51 a.m., Report of suspicious person walking northbound on Oak. 11:43 a.m., Klemme, Report of gas drive-off at Klemme Townmart. January 19 1:39 p.m., Klemme, Trespass complaint. January 20 10:50 a.m., Report of possible animal abuse. 1:36 p.m.-4:19 p.m., Reports of several vehicles in area ditches due to weather. 4:43 p.m., Forest City, Report of a one vehicle accident, no damage. 5:01 p.m., Hwy 69, Two vehicle accident. One driver cited with expired plates. 6:00 p.m., Report of harassment. January 22 8:55 a.m., Forest City Auto, Report of COURTHOUSE to page 9
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5HSRUWLQJIURPWKH+DQFRFN&RXQW\&RXUWKRXVH COURTHOUSE from page 8 an abandoned car. 12:30 p.m., Transport inmate to Mercy Clinic. 2:29 p.m., Corwith, Harassment complaint. PROPERTY TRANSFERS WD â€“ City of Garner to Gerald S. Pedersen; Garner-Hejliks 2nd Sub 8 as desc. 01-09 TITLE â€“ Donald Hoppel Est to Linda Hoppel; Garner-Clearview Addition 4 as desc. 01-09 DEED â€“ Gary Ehringer, Mary Lou Ehringer to Gary W. Ehringer, Mary Lou Ehringer; T95N, R25W, Sect. 20 as desc., and T96N, R26W, Sect. 1 as desc. 01-09 WD â€“ Karla L. Backmann, Robert Lee Bachmann Jr. to David Paul Kronemann; Crystal Lake Crystal Heights 1st Sub 1 as desc. 01-09 WD â€“ Cindy J. Weil, David M. Weil to Mark J. Reinert, Leah C. Reinert, Leah C. Reinert, Adam L. Schmidt, Victoria R. Schmidt; T94N, R24W, Sect. 3 as desc. 01-09 WD â€“ Darryl D. Nuehring, Leslie Nuehring to Mark J. Reinert, Leah C. Reinert, Adam L. Schmidt, Victoria R. Schmidt; T94N, R24W, Sect. 3 as desc. 01-09 WD â€“ Joyce E. Kelly, Michael A. Lapides to Mark J. Reinert, Leah C. Reinert, Adam L. Schmidt, Victoria R. Schmidt; T94N, R24W, Sect. 3 as desc. 01-09 WD â€“ Roger D. Hodson, Nancy Hodson to Edward Branstad Farm LLP; T97N, R24W, Sect. 6 as desc. 0110 TITLE â€“ Willis G. Engh Est to Arlene C. Engh; Kanawha West View Addition as desc., T94N, R25W, Sect. 13 as desc., T94N, R25W, Sect. 35 as desc. 01-10 WD â€“ Emma Bachelder to Bianca L. Garcia; Goodell-Farmans Addition 2-3
as desc. 01-10 WD â€“ Ellen R. Thomas Family Trust, Mary R. Scheve Tr to Mary R. Scheve, David Thomas, Joel Thomas; T94N, R26W, Sect. 18 as desc. 01-13 WD â€“ Ernest E. Thomas Family Trust, Mary R. Scheve Tr to Mary R. Scheve, David Thomas, Joel Thomas; T94N, R26W, Sect. 18 as desc. and T95N, R23W, Sect. 20 as desc. 01-13 QUIT â€“ Jacqueline Schleuger, Glenn H. Schleuger to Kim Schleuger; BrittStubbins Addition 11 as desc. 01-13 DEED â€“ Anthony J. Studer, Cynthia M. Studer to Rebecca M. Heyer, Andrew Heyer; Britt-Brown & Hills Addition 9-5 as desc. 01-13 WD - James Diemer, Renee Diemer to Mark A. Johnson; T97N, R26W, Sect. 36 as desc. 01-13 WD â€“ Robert D. Fleming, Carol E. Fleming to Barbara Brcka; Britt-Stubbins 2nd Addition as desc. 01-13 WD â€“ Dean A. Hollatz, Kathleen G. Hollatz to Hollatz Family Trust, Dean A. Hollatz Tr, Kathleen G. Hollatz Tr; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 01-14 WD â€“ Donn A. Hollatz, Taryn J. Hollatz to Hollatz family Trust, Dean A. Hollatz Trust, Kathleen G. Hollatz Tr; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 01-14 WD â€“ Sandra K. Accola to Hollatz Family Trust, Dean A. Hollatz Tr, Kathleen G. Hollatz; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 01-14 CONTRACT â€“ Eva L. Johnson to Kent H. Payne, Kristi L. Payne; Kanawha-Original Town 13-1 as desc. 01-14 DEED â€“ Richard Rammer Goeman Trust to Penning Family Farms LP; T95N, R25W, Sect. 18 as desc. 01-14 WD â€“ Earl Logterman to Penning Family Farms LP; T95N, R25W, Sect. 18 as desc. 01-14 CO â€“ Lyola Ruth Logterman, Kimberly Cons Hengeveld to Penning Family Farms LP; T95N, R25W, Sect. 18 as desc. 01-14
WD â€“ Douglas P. Studer, Ana Cristina Studer to Penning Family Farms LP; T95N, R26W, Sect. 33 as desc. 01-14 WD â€“ Penning Family Farms LP to Douglas P. Studer; T95N, R25W, Sect. 18 as desc. 01-14 DEED â€“ Derwin Dornbier, Amy Dornbier to Paul Studer, Roxanne Studer; T94N, R26W, Sect. 5 as desc. 01-14 CO â€“ Don E. May Est, Michael May Ex to Michael S. May, Rebecca R. May; T95N, R26W, Sect. 35 as desc. 01-14 CO - Don E. May Est, Michael May Ex to Douglas A. Gayken, Susan L. Gayken ; Corwith Original Town 1 as desc. 01-14 WD â€“ Par Products Inc to Joyce Allendorf; Klemme Original Town 7 as desc. 01-14
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Brandt Stump Removal Service, insured, free estimates, 515-9282427.
2 Bedroom house in Britt area. Need references. Call 641-8601524.
2 Bedroom house for rent in Garner. Appliances included, no pets, references required. Call 641-529-6701 or 641-529-6700.
APARTMENT FOR RENT â€“ Nice 2 bedrom w/garage at 465 W 9th, Garner. Utilities paid. No pets or smoking. Can be available by April 1st. Call 641-923-2070.
NOW TAKING Applications at Garner Village Apartments Garner 2-3 Bedroom Centrally located washer & dryer. Rental Assistance Available. Phone 641-923-2898, (TT): 1-800-735-2942, (VOICE): 1-800-735-2943.
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Continuing to provide Kollmann Monuments to Garner and the surrounding communities.
This independent contractor must not be in contact with other swine for bio-security purposes. For further information, please contact Amanda Meine at 507-794-8615
Pullet Mechanic will be responsible for maintaining the inside and outside of pullet barn equipment and facility. Position will be also be responsible for ensuring that the feed systems are working, fans are running correctly, grease and replace bearings, and maintain manure systems, and keep bafĂ€es and winches working. We are looking for an individual with 6 months production experience, maintenance abilities, self-starter, and with good communication skills. Candidate will need to possess a valid driverâ€™s license. This is a full-time hourly position.
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Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Girls Lead NIC Entering the week in a tie for the top spot in the North Iowa Conference basketball standings, the GHV girls wanted to make a statement in their three league games this week. That mission was accomplished as the Cardinals added three more wins to their conference record to move ahead of Forest City and Osage. Going into Mondayâ€™s rescheduled game with Forest City, the Indians appeared to be one of the teams to beat in the NIC. Most spectators were expecting a close game between the two rivals and action through the first quarter lived up to those expectations. The Indians led 12 â€“ 11 after the first period, but some strong defensive play by the Cards in the second quarter resulted in GHV enjoying a 23 â€“ 15 halftime advantage. The Cardinals then put the game away in the opening minutes of the second half, outscoring Forest City 24 â€“ 7 in the third quarter. The Cards cruised through the final period on the way to a 64 â€“ 34 victory. Shelby Rayhons carried the offensive load for GHV, connecting on seven of eight shots on the way to 15 points. Bri Bier followed with nine points and three assists followed by Hannah Lau with eight points and four rebounds. Maddie Tusha finished the night with eight points and five assists while Emily Spilman scored seven points. Grace Tusha and Mackenzie Haag added five and four points respectively and Mackenzie Van Gerpen chipped in four points with five rebounds. Courtney Younge returned to the floor after a long injury layoff to score four points. Cardinal coach Matt Erpelding commented, â€œThe first quarter was a back and forth affair as both teams were feeling each other out on both ends of the floor. We made some defensive adjustments at the end of the quarter that allowed us to hold them to three points in the second quarter. We had some difficulty finding an offense we were comfortable with in the first half. We made a few more minor defensive adjustments at half that led to another very strong second half defensive performance from my girls. We were also able to find an offense that was clicking in the second half and we executed it tremendously as reflected by our 68% shooting in the second half. We also limited our turnovers to a season low 13 and also continued to show improvement in our free throw shooting. The only area of our game that I wasnâ€™t happy with was our rebounding effort. Even though we outrebounded them we need to do a much better job of finding bodies and securing the ball. I was extremely pleased with our interior passing in this game as we made a lot of passes in traffic that led to some high percentage shots. We got outstanding minutes from everyone that stepped on the floor and with as many girls that we play that makes us very difficult to contend with especially when we play at the level we did in this game.â€? Playing on consecutive nights is always difficult but itâ€™s usually even tougher after a big win. Add the fact that the game is on the road in a small gym and there are a lot of factors working against you. That appeared to be the case in Tuesdayâ€™s trip to West Hancock. With only two conference wins so far, the Eagles should have been an easy win for GHV, but
West Hancock caught the Cardinals off guard to lead 10 â€“ 6 after the first quarter of play. The Cards adjusted in the second quarter to gain control and go ahead 25 â€“ 17 at halftime. West Hancock used their small floor to full advantage and stay close through the third quarter as GHVâ€™s lead was only 39 â€“ 28 heading into the final period. The Cardinals held on through the fourth quarter for a 51 â€“ 37 win. Sydney Younge scored nine points to lead GHV in the scorebook and teammate Hannah Lau added eight points and 14 rebounds. Bri Bier chipped in seven points with seven boards while Shelby Rayhons and Emily Spilman also scored seven. Kim Dornbier and Mackenzie Haag finished with four points apiece followed by Maddie Tusha with three points, nine rebounds and four assists. Grace Tusha completed the scoring total with two points. â€œThis game was a struggle for us from the opening tip,â€?noted Erpelding. â€œWe let West Hancock dictate what we did on the offensive end for most of the night. In the first meeting we controlled the game on both ends and were very efficient. This time we lacked patience in our offense and made several poor decisions in our shot selection. Our body and ball movement was nowhere close to where it needed to be. As a result their defense made it very difficult for us to score. Our defense was not quite as solid as it usually is either but we were able to pull it together and get out of there with a victory. I am hoping the reason for our struggles was due to playing back-to-back nights against two rivals which leads to tired legs and mental fatigue.â€? Erpelding hinted that the game was not near as close as the final score indicated. â€œStatistically we dominated the boards led by Hannahâ€™s 14 and once again shot free throws above 60% which is improvement for us. Our extremely balanced scoring continues to be a huge plus for us. It is very difficult to prep for an opponent when you donâ€™t know where the scoring is going to come from. As long as we can bounce back with a better effort in terms of offensive execution and defensive intensity we will be fine.â€? Belmond has not been very successful in North Iowa Conference play recently and this year appears to be more of the same. The Broncos entered Fridayâ€™s game with only one league win so the Cardinals were realistically expecting an easy outing. Belmond played strong through the first quarter and the Cards were only able to inch ahead 14 â€“ 13, but the second quarter removed all doubt as GHV stretched their lead to 41 â€“ 21. The Cardinals continued to dominate during the second half and when the final horn sounded GHV posted a 71 â€“ 42 win. Maddie Tusha scored 16 points and dished out four assists to lead GHV in the game. Shelby Rayhons added eight points and five rebounds while Hannah Lau also scored eight. Emily Spilman grabbed five rebounds to go with seven points followed by Courtney Young with six rebounds and six points. Grace Tusha and Tiara Van Gerpen each added six points to the tally with Bri Bier and Mackenzie Van Gerpen grabbing five points and scoring five points apiece. Kim Dornbier and Mackenzie Haag completed
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GHVâ€™s Bri Bier scores for the Cards during their 71-42 win over Belmond Klemme. (Photo by Rick Ermer) the scoring total with two points each. â€œAfter a close first quarter we exploded for 27 points in the second quarter to take control of the game,â€?stated Erpelding. â€œWe continue to do a great job of getting high percentage shots from our offense and when we convert a high percentage of them good things are going to happen. We shot 48% from the floor and tallied 54 points in the paint. We were able to convert their turnovers into 25 points. We had a dominating performance on the boards out rebounding them by 20 and pulling down 19 offensive boards.â€? Erpeldingâ€™s squad has been balanced offensively through the last several games and he was pleased to see that trend continue. â€œMaddie
led us in scoring as she did a good job attacking the basket. Once again we had quality, balanced production from virtually everyone who stepped on the floor. I was not happy with our defensive performance in this game, as we were a little flat-footed and slow to close out on shooters. I thought we could have done a lot better job rebounding as well as we did a poor job finding bodies and rebounding fundamentally. We need to start the game with better defense as we have been allowing the opponent too many first quarter points in the last several games. In this game our third quarter defense wasnâ€™t where it needs to be as we failed some assignments early in the quarter that allowed them some easy baskets. All
in all we played well but we need to clean up the above-mentioned areas as we move into a very critical stretch in our schedule with some very challenging games.â€? The Cardinals have not fared very well against non-conference opponents this season. Two of their three losses to date were at the hands of Corn Bowl teams, making Saturdayâ€™s game against Rockford an important test for the now-healthy Cards. The Warriors scored the first four points of the game and the two teams battled to a 12 â€“ 12 tie heading into the second quarter. Thatâ€™s when GHV assumed control of the game, outscoring Rockford 18 â€“ 9 for a 30 â€“ 21 advantage by halftime. The Cards continued to play a strong defensive game, holding the Warriors to single digits in the third and fourth quarters on the way to a 53 â€“ 35 win. Bri Bier scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead GHV to the win. Mackenzie Haag and Shelby Rayhons also scored eight points followed by Maddie Tusha with seven points, six assists and five boards. Hannah Lau grabbed eight rebounds to go with six points followed by Emily Spilman with six points and Mackenzie Van Gerpen with five. Payton Bamrick and Grace Tusha added two points each to the total and Tiara Van Gerpen scored a free throw. Coach Erpelding would have liked to see the Cards get off to a better start in the game. â€œOnce again we played even with the opponent in the first quarter but were able to pull away a bit in the second quarter. We built a little momentum heading into halftime and we came out of the locker room and maintained that momentum thanks to back-to-back three-pointers by Bri. That was the difference in the game as we stretched the lead to 15 and played very well on both ends of the floor in the second half. We held them to 20% field goal shooting and did a good job taking away their three leading scorers and making the rest of their team beat us. Once again our offense resulted in a high shooting performance (47%) and a dominating game in the paint (38 points). If we can continue to improve our perimeter shooting we are going to become very difficult to guard. Our balance continues to impress as we had seven girls score between five and eight points.â€? Overall, Erpelding was pleased with the effort against the Warriors. â€œWe beat a pretty darn good Rockford team and considering the circumstances we were in at game time I was extremely proud of my girls to pull together and perform the way they did. Now we head into a very important week with Osage
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GHV Boys Sink in NIC Standings What a difference one week can make. With three conference games on the schedule, the GHV Cardinals were hoping for a sweep in hopes in keeping their NIC title hopes alive. Unfortunately the week got off to a bad start and then proceeded to get worse. GHV was looking to upset league-leading Forest City on Monday but the Indians maintained their spot with a convincing win over the Cardinals. On the following night the weary Cardinals then traveled to Britt where West Hancock took advantage of GHVâ€™s tired legs to pull off a rare upset over the Cards. The Cardinals had a chance to bounce back on Friday but Belmond used a last second shot to hand GHV their third consecutive loss. Mondayâ€™s game with Forest City had been rescheduled from the previous week due to bad weather. Ironically the road conditions were considerably worse on Monday compared to the week before but the Indians elected to make the trip anyway. GHV held their own in the first quarter as Forest City sneaked ahead 15 â€“ 11 after eight minutes of play. The second period proved to be the difference in the game as the Indians used their perimeter game and strong defense to build their lead to 36 â€“ 18 by halftime. The Cardinals chipped away at the lead in the third quarter and closed the gap a little more in the fourth, but it was too little, too late as Forest City posted a 69 â€“ 57 win. Braden Meints led GHV with 19 points, eight rebounds and three steals followed by Joel Toppin with 16 points and four rebounds. Spencer Shaw scored six points while Holden Hutcheson and Jake Wolf added five points apiece. Harley Forry chipped four points for the Cards and Logan Ryerson added a field goal. Cardinal coach Joe Albertson commented, â€œForest City got off to a great start, and we were playing in a panic to catch up. They did a nice job executing on offense and we gave them too much room to operate. I was happy to see our intensity pick up in the second half with great play from Harley Forry and Logan Ryerson. Braden Meints shot well and helped us close the distance but we just dug ourselves too big of hole in the first half to turn the game around.â€? After recording a 30-point blowout over West Hancock in December, GHV was probably expecting an easy game with the Eagles on Tuesday. The effects of Mondayâ€™s game were evident from the beginning as West Hancock took advantage of their fatigued opponent to build a 19 â€“ 8 lead after one quarter of play. GHV was able to recover some in the second quarter to close the gap to 38 â€“ 32 by halftime, but frequent whistles in the second half gave the Eagles too many trips to the free throw line. The Cardinals were not able chip away at the lead through the second half and West Hancock finished with a 69 â€“ 60 win. Statistically, the Cardinals should have prevailed in the game as GHV out-rebounded West Hancock 45 â€“ 28. The Cards also outscored their hosts from the field, but the Eagles benefitted from a huge advantage in free throws to maintain their lead. Braden Meints scored 17 points and grabbed five rebounds to pace GHV in the game. Joel Toppin also finished with five rebounds while scoring 14 points and Holden Hutcheson added a dozen points with seven boards. Spencer Shaw also reached double figures in the book as he scored 10 points with five assists. Jake Wolf grabbed nine rebounds to go with two points, followed by Logan Ryerson with two points and four assists and Harley Forry with two points. Sam Cataldoâ€™s free throw completed the scoring total for GHV. â€œWe did not get off to a good start,
Cardinals Wrestle at Riceville Ask any wrestling coach and they will all agree that itâ€™s virtually impossible to keep the kids competitive without regular practice. Last weekâ€™s spell of wintry weather cost the Cardinal wrestlers a quadrangular meet as well as practice time, but GHV was finally able to return to the mat over the weekend. The Cards traveled to Riceville on Saturday to compete in an eight-team tournament that featured a number of strong wrestling programs. Crestwood of Cresco outclassed the rest of the field on the way to a tournament title, finishing the day with 171 points. Forest City was a distant second with 117 points followed by St. Ansgar, GMLOK and Waukon. The Cards ended the day in sixth place overall with 69 points. Cade Baker was the highest individual finisher of the day for GHV as the sophomore 160-pounder finished second overall. Connor Smith, Connor Shaw and Nic Tusha also had good days on the mat as they finished in third place. Tusha added two pins to his individual record at 220 pounds while Smith and Shaw picked up falls at 182 and 152 pounds respectively. The Cardinals also scored pin points on the day from Austin Case at 106 pounds and Derek Brown at 132 pounds. Cardinal coach Steve Smith commented, â€œToday we saw some really good competition up at Riceville. We
wrestled well at times and not so well at others. We really need to step it up this next week heading into the conference tournament and then sectionals. We just need to get busy this week and fix the small mistakes that we are making.â€? The Cardinals are hoping to get one more quadrangular in before this weekendâ€™s NIC tournament at Lake Mills. Weather permitting the Cards will compete at Belmond on Tuesday against the Broncos, West Fork and Northwood-Kensett. Complete results from the Riceville tournament follow. 2014 Riceville Cat Invite Team Scores Crestwood 171 Forest City 117 St. Ansgar 110 GMLOK (Mn) 91 Waukon 89 GHV 69 Riceville 46 Elkader Central 6 Cardinal Individuals 106 â€“ Austin Case (no place): first round lost to Kyle Bauer (R), 5-1; second round pinned Tom Shirbroun (EC), 2:49; third round pinned by Miles Ramsey, 2:24; 126 â€“ Austin Oborny (no place): first round pinned by Connor Slifka (C), 0L54; second round won by forfeit; third round Ausitn OBorny pinned by Ted Hilgerson (EC), 3:15; 132 â€“ Derek Brown (no place): first round pinned by Hunter
Slifka (C), 1:03; second round pinned Simon Koehen (EC), 3:37; third round pinned by Maverick Freerkson (FC), 1:30; 138 â€“ Remington Jorgensen (no place): first round pinned by Brandon Klaes (R), 1:33; second round pinned by Clay Pierce (SA), 1:25; third round pinned by Tyler Benzing (W), 1:32; 145 â€“ Colby Reid (no place): first round dec. Gunner Grangaard (W), 6-4; second round pinned by Matt Levan (SA), 5:13; third round won by forfeit; 152 â€“ Connor Shaw (third place): first round pinned Seth Fox (R), 0:29; second round lost to Kaid Bruce (SA), 16 â€“ 3; third round dec. Marshall Lyons (W), 16 â€“ 4; 160 â€“ Cade Baker (second place): first round tech fall over Landon Johnson (SA), 17 â€“ 2; second round lost by Injury Default to Beau Sorenson (FC); 170 â€“ Tucker Datema (no place): first round pinned by Clint Eastman (C), 2:54; second round pinned by Austin Roth (W), 5:40; 182 â€“ Connor Smith (third place): first round pinned Mark Farlinger (C), 2:21; second round lost to Mike Mitchell (W), 11-6; third round pinned by Jake Staudt (FC), 0:50; 220 - Nic Tusha (third place): first round pinned Adam Drew (W), 0:33; second round pinned by Jacob Pierce (SA), 2:36; third round pinned Garrett Praska (C), 0:25; 285 â€“ Allen Devora (no place): first round won by forfeit; second round pinned by Sawyer Hulshizer (C), 2:36; third round pinned by Garrett Byrnes (R), 3:02.1
VGH Girls Begin Basketball Season
After a weather-shortened preseason, the Ventura/Garner-Hayfield middle school girls opened their 2014 basketball season last week. The Lady Vikes have missed practices due to school being cancelled, but the girls took the floor as scheduled in spite of not being quite ready. The season opened at Ventura on Tuesday with seventh and eighth grade games against West Fork. In the seventh grade game, West Fork edged VGH 16 â€“ 14 while the Warhawks prevailed in the eighth grade game 38 â€“ 25. Maddie Williams scored five points to lead the VGH seventh grade in that game. Mara Anderson added four
Braden Meints scores for the Cardinals during their 54-53 loss to Belmond Klemme. Meints finished the night for the Cardinals with 10 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. (Photo by Rick Ermer) and it seemed to put us in a panic,â€? remarked Albertson. â€œEarly foul trouble changed what we wanted to do offensively and defensively. Holden Hutcheson was one of the few bright spots in the game. I was expecting us to play with better energy and more poise, but we were just not ready to win.â€? GHV was hoping to avenge an earlier loss to Belmond on Friday but since the Broncos are still in the hunt for the league title they would no doubt present a strong challenge. GHV got off to another slow start and the Broncos took advantage as they led 16 â€“ 10 after the first quarter. The margin didnâ€™t change in the second period and Belmond was still in command with a 27 â€“ 21 halftime lead. The Broncos added to their lead in the third quarter but saw their 44 â€“ 36 edge slip away in the final period. An upset appeared to be in the making near the end of the game as GHV gradually chipped away at the Bronco lead. Joel Toppinâ€™s field goal in the final seconds put the Cardinals ahead, but Belmond answered with a last second layup to preserve their win. Toppin finished the night with 18
points to lead GHV in the scorebook. Braden Meints added 10 points, nine rebounds and five assists while Jake Wolf chipped in 10 points with six rebounds. Holden Hutcheson and Spencer Shaw scored six and five points respectively followed by Harley Forry and Logan Ryerson with two points apiece. â€œIf our confidence wasnâ€™t shaken before the game after losing two games, it definitely was tested in the first quarter against Belmond,â€? stated Albertson. â€œI think they made their first six shots and we struggled to put the ball in the hoop. But we got a big spark from Jake
Wolf off the bench with seven points and some good post defense. We had a hard time making a run at them until the last couple minutes of the game. A steal from Logan Ryerson and a charge taken by Harley Forry put us in position to grab a lead. Joel Toppin hit a big shot to give us the lead and that is how it was supposed to end. Even though we couldnâ€™t close the deal, the guys did a great job battling to get to a spot where they could win the game.â€? The Cardinals are now 7 â€“ 7 overall and with a league mark of 4 â€“ 5 they will now have to settle for the role of spoiler in the conference race. GHV will look to rebound this week against Osage at home on Tuesday and at North Iowa on Friday. The week will conclude with a non-conference game at Garrigan on Saturday.
followed by Jade and Jenna Hanson with two points apiece. Bretta Carolus completed the scoring total with a free throw. In the eighth grade game, Jillian Heitland led the Lady Vikes with seven points followed by Bailee Frayne and Jackie Van Oort with five points apiece. Ashley Markla chipped in four points while Alaina Scott and Morgan Westendorf each scored two. The Lady Vikes were scheduled to play at North Iowa on Thursday, but that game has been rescheduled since there was no school that day. VGH did manage to play another set of games last week in spite of the uncooperative weather. The Lady Vike eighth grade squad hosted Forest City on Friday while the seventh graders were on the road against the Indians. The eighth grade teams split a double-header against the Indians as Forest City won the first game 59 â€“ 22 but the Lady Vikes earned a 20 â€“ 12 victory in the second game. Jillian Heitland scored nine points to lead VGH in the first game. Bailee Frayned added four
points to the total followed by Deserae Clevenger, Ashley Markla and Jackie Van Oort with three points apiece. In the second game, Shelby Scott scored eight points for the Lady Vikes while Taylor Boggs scored six and Kaitlin Miller added four. Abby Kale completed the scoring total with two points. At Forest City, VGH led through three quarters of the first game before the Indians rallied in the fourth for a 19 â€“ 14 win. Mara Anderson led the Lady Vikes with eight points while Audrey Casperson scored four and Maddie Williams added a pair of free throws. VGH pulled away in the second game to win 18 â€“ 6. Nicole Upmeyer and Hannah Wheelan shared highscoring honors with six points apiece followed by Macey Spilman with four. Brielle Smeby added two points to the scoring total. If the weather cooperates, VGH will play West Hancock on Monday, Belmond on Tuesday and then play a pair of reserve games with Forest City on Thursday.
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Drew Redenius pinning his Osage opponent.
Mike Meyers collects a fall. (Photos by Michelle Kronemann)
Eagle grapplers struggle at Lake Mills duals The short-handed West Hancock wrestling team lost all five dual meets at Lake Mills on Saturday, January 18. Coach Mark Sanger was disappointed in the teamâ€™s effort. â€œThere are not a lot of positives to report on,â€? he noted. â€œWe had one wrestler with a winning record on Saturday, and that was our 220 pounder Uziel Romero who when 3-2.â€? Sanger said part of the issue with the lack of success has been the healthof the team. â€œWe have been hit with the injury bug here lately and need to get some of our guys healed up and back into the line-
up,â€? he noted. â€œRight now we have 7 of our guys active out of the 17 on the team. Our goal is to get our guys ready by this weeks end and hopefully be back and in full swing by the time the conference meet rolls around.â€? Sanger also credited the opposition. â€œWe have been faced with some tough competition as of late and this coming week is no different traveling to Osage and Central Springs,â€? he continued. â€œOur guys have to gut it out and use these opportunities to gain experience and improve in all facets of their wrestling.â€?
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Drew â€œRock Rubyâ€? Redenius (right) was crowned â€œMiss Queen of the Courtâ€? during halftime of the West Hancock vs. Osage boys basketball game, Friday, Jan. 24, at Britt. Randy â€œRaquelâ€? Yeakel was runner-up. There were nine participants in the event, which raised about $1,460 for West Hancockâ€™s After-Prom. Spectators â€œvotedâ€? for favorite candidate by placing a donation in the candidateâ€™s bucket. (Leader photo by Rebecca Peter)
West Hancockâ€™s Cara Francis takes an outside shot. (Photo by Michelle Kronemann)
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Qtr. 2 Honor Roll - â€œAâ€? Honor Roll (3.667 â€“ 4.00) * = 4.00 9th: *Rebekah Baxter, Katelyn Bierle, Derek Brown, Olivia Carew, Austin Case, *Joshua Chizek, Candie Cueva, Andrew Dornbier, *Rachel Enright, Brandon Feuring, Katheryn Groom, McKinley Hawe, Clayton Johnson, Mallory Keech, Carlie Knutson, Brooklyn Laird, Hannah Lau, Kayla Leerar, Anastasia Nannenga, Katelyn Oetken, *Paige Penning, Parker Schnieders, Lydia Seelhammer, Conner Shaw, Haley Suby, Chase Theobald, Mackenzie Van Gerpen, Anna Williams. 10th: Turner Albertson, Derek Anderson, Bailey Ayers, Tucker Barickman, Brandon Bell, Olivia Buseman, Taryn Carolus, Samuel Cataldo, Sydney Childress, Ashlee Diaz, Jacob Folkers, Alek Goll, MaryGrace Hulbert, Payton James, Kiersten Jass, Mallory Johnson, Samantha Luscombe, Nathan Nedved, Kelsey Obermann, *Katherine Rasmuson, Theodore Schoneman, Cole Schreiber, Kyleigh Slaichert, Matthew Sonquist, Kayla Stoychoff, Alex Stromer, Gabriel Umbarger, Sarah-Michele Weaver. 11th: *Kevin Boehnke, *Michael Chizek, Courtney Field, Megan Finley, *Mackenzie Haag, Stacy Hackenmiller, Corey Hauptmann, Madison Hejna, Sydney Holmes, *Braeden Johnston, *Riannan Kadrlik, *Jeremiah Loschen, Angela Oâ€™Hara, Courtney Prescott, *Logan Ryerson, Shelby Schroeder, *Emily Spilman, Payton Stadtlander, Grace Tusha, *Tiara Van Gerpen, Laura Welsh, Sydney Younge. 12th: Morgan Ames, *Emily Brown, *Eric Bruggeman, Kimberly Dornbier, James Ermer, Timothy Folkers, Miranda Frederick, Calvin Helland, Trey Jass, Blake Johnson, *Luke Josten, James Legge, Winston Lemon, Tierra Luppen, Emily Mathews, *Devyn Miller, *Madison Nissen, *Jefferson Oâ€™Brien, *Tamara Oâ€™Hara, Brooke Penning, Shelby Rayhons, *Matthew Schroeder, Spencer Shaw, Sola Stephenson, Joshua Theobald, Joel Toppin, Madelyn Tusha, *Whitney Watson, Jake Wolf, Luke Wolf, *Courtney Younge, *Theodore Zrostlik. Qtr. 2 Honor Roll - â€œBâ€? Honor Roll (3.00-3.66) 9th: Zachary Abbas, Samara Ades, Chyann Banta, Angelle Becker, Logan Dalbeck, Tucker Datema, Cassandra Eichmann, Abbigayle Garcia, Dallas Goll, Cassidy Hannah, Kyle Hanson, Jasie Heitland, Patrick Henley, Carter Hess, Holden Hutcheson, Ellyana Johnston, Annemarie Kaczor, Dylan Mahlstedt, Holden Mattis, Alan Mohlis, Johnathan Oâ€™Connor, Hunter Oâ€™Hara, Brooklynn Ossman, Bailee Pitzenberger, Courtney Pletcher, Keegan Sassaman, Dustin Schlawin, Emily Schreiber, Makaya Shropshire, Grady Umbarger, Katelyn Wilson, Mason Wirtz. 10th: Lauren Arnold, Payton Bamrick, Dalton Basinger, Benjamin Baumgard, Kaleb Bruggeman, Casie Conley, David Cook, Todd Finley, Brett Formanek, Harley Forry, Morgan Graham, Jayme Haag, Samantha Haugen, Miranda Jackson, Trevor Kluver, Ana Kozisek, Taylor Lackore, Betshaida Larson, Alyssa McGuire, Brianna McNeil, Caitlynn Ostrem, Colton Raw, Alysia Thorp, Autumn Weaver, Rachel Weaver, Felicia Werner, Alec Weyland, Jordan Wright. 11th: Sadhna Ades, Anna Baccam, Allison Bell, Madison Benzing, Jack Bertilson, Miranda Dodd, Korey Engebretson, Ryan Grunwald, Jonathan Haag, Brianna Huinker, Alexandra Hunt, Remington Jorgensen, Beckie Jutting, Joshua Miller, Dane Neuberger, Anna Oppedahl, Autumn Prehn, Clayton Prescott, Austin Price, Colby Reid, Jenna Schlawin, Zachary Scholl, Jennie Vaage, Mallory Van Oort. 12th: Sydney Ades, October Anderson, Adrian Arnold, Brianne Bier, Cameron Britt, Logan Crone, Kylee Datema, Sahid Devora, Ashley Erdman, Rachel Formanek, Daisy Fuentes, Olivia Hackbarth, Jake Hall, Caitlin Hanson, Jacob Heinemann, Shelby Jackson, Colton Knutson, Kathryne Kozisek, Dasiana Larson, Derek Lonneman, Braden Meints, Cody Meyering, Elizabeth Meyers, Natasha Molencamp, Shawn-Michael Murphy, Alicia Nava, Austin Oborny, Jacob Pringnitz, Mitchell Prohaska, Trevor Rayhons, Taylor Reising, Jordan Smith, Nicholas Tusha, Mark Wellik, Makayla Zweck.
Semester 1 Honor Roll - â€œAâ€? Honor Roll (3.667 â€“ 4.00) * = 4.00 9th: *Rebekah Baxter, *Derek Brown, Olivia Carew, Austin Case, *Joshua Chizek, Candie Cueva, Andrew Dornbier, Rachel Enright, Brandon Feuring, Katheryn Groom, McKinley Hawe, *Mallory Keech Carlie Knutson, Brooklyn Laird, Hannah Lau, Kayla Leerar, Alan Mohlis, Katelyn Oetken, *Paige Penning, Lydia Seelhammer, Haley Suby, Chase Theobald. 10th: Turner Albertson, Bailey Ayers, Brandon Bell, Olivia Buseman, Taryn Carolus, Samuel Cataldo, Sydney Childress, Ashlee Diaz, Jacob Folkers, Alek Goll, MaryGrace Hulbert, Kiersten Jass, Mallory Johnson, Samantha Luscombe, Kelsey Obermann, *Katherine Rasmuson, Theodore Schoneman, Cole Schreiber, Kyleigh Slaichert, Matthew Sonquist, Kayla Stoychoff, Alex Stromer, Gabriel Umbarger, Sarah-Michele Weaver. 11th: Jack Bertilson, Kevin Boehnke, *Michael Chizek, Courtney Field, *Mackenzie Haag, Stacy Hackenmiller, Corey Hauptmann, Madison Hejna, Sydney Holmes, Braeden Johnston, Riannan Kadrlik, Jeremiah Loschen, Angela Oâ€™Hara, Courtney Prescott, *Logan Ryerson, Shelby Schroeder, *Emily Spilman, Grace Tusha, Tiara Van Gerpen, Laura Welsh, Sydney Younge. 12th: Morgan Ames, Brianne Bier, *Emily Brown, *Eric Bruggeman, Kimberly Dornbier, James Ermer, Timothy Folkers, Miranda Frederick, Calvin Helland, Trey Jass, Blake Johnson, *Luke Josten, Kathryne Kozisek, James Legge, Winston Lemon, Tierra Luppen, Emily Matthews, Elizabeth Meyers, *Devyn Miller, *Madison Nissen, Jefferson Oâ€™Brien, *Tamara Oâ€™Hara, Brooke Penning, Shelby Rayhons, *Matthew Schroeder, Spencer Shaw, Joel Toppin, Madelyn Tusha, Whitney Watson, Mark Wellik, Luke Wolf, Jake Wolf, *Courtney Younge, *Theodore Zrostlik. Semester 1 Honor Roll - â€œBâ€? Honor Roll (3.00-3.66) 9th: Samara Ades, Chyann Banta, Angelle Becker, Katelyn Bierle, Tucker Datema, Cassandra Eichmann, Abbigayle Garcia, Dallas Goll, Cassidy Hannah, Kyle Hansen, Jasie Heitland, Patrick Henley, Carter Hess, Holden Hutcheson, Clayton Johnson, Ellyana Johnston, Annemarie Kaczor, Dylan Mahlstedt, Anastasia Nannenga, Johnathan Oâ€™Connor, Hunter Oâ€™Hara, Brooklynn Ossman, Bailee Pitzenberger, Courtney Pletcher, Keegan Sassaman, Parker Schnieders, Dustin Schlawin, Emily Schreiber, Conner Shaw, Makaya Shropshire, Grady Umbarger, Mackenzie Van Gerpen, Anna Williams, Katelyn Wilson, Mason Wirtz. 10th: Derek Anderson, Lauren Arnold, Payton Bamrick, Tucker Barickman, Dalton Basinger, Benjamin Baumgard, Kaleb Bruggeman, Casie Conley, David Cook, Todd Finley, Brett Formanek, Morgan Graham, Jayme Haag, Samantha Haugen, Miranda Jackson, Payton James, Trevor Kluver, Ana Kozisek, Taylor Lackore, Betshaida Larson, Alyssa McGuire, Brianna McNeil, Chadwick Mitchell, Nathan Nedved, Caitlynn Ostrem, Colton Raw, Alysia Thorp, Autumn Weaver, Rachel Weaver, Felicia Werner. 11th: Dakota Acheson, Sadhna Ades, Anna Baccam, Madison Benzing, Miranda Dodd, Korey Engebretson, Megan Finley, Ryan Grunwald, Jonathan Haag, Brianna Huinker, Alexandra Hunt, Remington Jorgensen, Beckie Jutting, Joshua Miller, Jordan Nelson, Dane Neuberger, Anna Oppedahl, Zachary Powers, Autumn Prehn, Clayton Prescott, Austin Price, Colby Reid, Jenna Schlawin, Zachary Scholl, Payton Stadtlander, Jennie Vaage, Mallory Van Oort. 12th: Sydney Ades, October Anderson, Adrian Arnold, Cameron Britt, Logan Crone, Kylee Datema, Sahid Devora, Ashley Erdman, Rachel Formanek, Daisy Fuentes, Olivia Hackbarth, Jake Hall, Caitlin Hanson, Jacob Heinemann, Shelby Jackson, Colton Knutson, Dasiana Larson, Derek Lonneman, Braden Meints, Cody Meyering, Derik Monson, Shawn-Michael Murphy, Alicia Nava, Austin Oborny, Jacob Pringnitz, Mitchell Prohaska, Trevor Rayhons, Jordan Smith, Sola Stephenson, Joshua Theobald, Nicholas Tusha, Makayla Zweck.
Ricke named to Grand View Deanâ€™s List DES MOINES - Recognition for outstanding academic achievement has been given to Rachel Ricke of Garner for the 2013 fall semester at Grand View University. Ricke was one of the students named to the Deanâ€™s List for earning a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale while carrying at least 12 hours of classes.
Corwith student on NWC Deanâ€™s List ORANGE CITY â€”Valerie Luppen, a student at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, has earned a spot on the Academic Deanâ€™s List for the fall 2013 semester. She is the daughter of Laurence and Jane Luppen of Corwith. The Deanâ€™s List is comprised of students who have achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or above while carrying a minimum of 12 graded hours. This semester, 395 students qualified for the Deanâ€™s List. Luppen is a senior and a nursing major at Northwestern College.
Kirkwood announces Deanâ€™s List honors CEDAR RAPIDS - Kirkwood Community College has released its Deanâ€™s List for the Fall 2013 Semester. These students have achieved a 3.3 grade point average or higher after completing 12 or more credit hours with the college. Caitlin Wilson, Accounting â€“ AAS of Britt was one of the Kirkwood students earning this distinction.
Gustavus Adolphus Fall Semester Deanâ€™s List
ST. PETER, MN. - The Fall Semester Deanâ€™s List at Gustavus Adolphus College has been released. Madeline Aberg of Forest City was one of the studentâ€™s to receive this distinction. The list comprises students who have earned a 3.7 grade point average (based on a scale in which 4.0 = A) or higher for the semester ending in December 2013.
GHV represented at District Honor Band
Seven student musicians were selected to represent the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura High School Band at the 2014 NCIBA District Honor Band. High school musicians were selected from high schools in the north central portion of Iowa. The freshman and sophomore band was directed by Dr. Timothy Mahr from St. Olaf College in Minnesota. The junior and senior band was directed by Dr. Michael Golemo from Iowa State University. The concert was held at NIACC auditorium on Jan 11. (Submitted photo)
Web training modules address grain storage issues AMES â€” Crop producers are faced with new grain storage issues as they store increasing amounts of grain for local processing, sometimes storing grain for a full year. A team of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach field and campus specialists, formed as part of the Iowa Grain Quality Initiative, is working to meet the informational needs farmers have related to grain storage. The extension team recently released three Web-based training modules covering key aspects of grain drying and storage. Greg Brenneman and Shawn Shouse, agricultural engineering spe-
cialists with ISU Extension and Outreach, are the online course instructors. The 20-minute modules cover: â€˘ Aeration of stored grain â€˘ Energy efficiency and drying capacity gains from dryeration â€˘ Fan performance and sizing They can be viewed or downloaded at www.extension.iastate.edu/Grain/ Topics/GrainStorage.htm. â€œHigher grain yields and increased local demand have been good for farmers, but also have created a situation where we need to think more about maintaining grain quality on a much larger scale,â€? said Greg Brenneman,
extension agricultural engineering specialist and grain storage team member. â€œOur team is creating Web training modules so farmers can better understand large-scale grain drying and storage, and weâ€™re connecting them with decision-making tools so they can best manage their grain.â€? Future modules are planned to cover inventory management and shrink, toxins and food safety factors, and preseason preparations for grain storage. Educational modules, publications and decision tools are available on the teamâ€™s website at www.extension.iastate.edu/ Grain/Topics/GrainStorage.htm.
Sowbridge and PorkBridge Programs Begin Soon AMES - The successful pork industry distance education programs SowBridge and PorkBridge are scheduled to begin in early February. Those who want to participate need to register very soon. Iowa State University animal science professor and extension swine specialist Ken Stalder said registrations are still being accepted. â€œAlthough the registration deadline to ensure materials are received in time for the first session for each program has passed, people can still register by completing the form and submitting
payment,â€? he said. â€œWe will do our best to get materials to our subscribers in time for the initial sessions on Feb. 5 and 6, respectively.â€? Stalder, who also is the Iowa contact for the programs, said the programs offer accurate and timely information on a variety of topics through a regular schedule. In addition, the registration fee has not increased for either program. Each registration provides access to one phone line per session and all the materials for all sessions. For operations with more than one location,
lower fees for subsequent registrations from the same entity are available. â€œCost is $250 for SowBridge and $125 for PorkBridge,â€? he said. â€œContact us at the Iowa Pork Industry Center for any questions on either program.â€? More information on SowBridge, including a link to the program brochure, is available on the IPIC website. The website also has a section for PorkBridge including that brochure. Iowa residents who want more information on either program can call IPIC at 800808-7675.
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Younge Greiman Hotz Lady 322 won reserve early winter heifer calf champion at the 2014 National Western Stock Show Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, Jan. 15-17 in Denver, Colo. Courtney Younge, Ventura, Iowa, owns the winning heifer. (Photo by American Angus Association)
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AMES â€” If planning for next yearâ€™s garden includes finding new plants for shady areas, consider the recommendations of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach horticulturists while paging through and ordering from garden catalogs this winter. What are some good annuals for shady garden areas? Annuals that can be successfully grown in shady areas include wax begonia (Begonia x semperflorens-cultorum), impatiens (Impatiens walleriana), lobelia (Lobelia erinus), coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides), wishbone flower (Torenia fournieri) and pansy (Viola x wittrockiana). Which perennials grow well in shady locations? Perennials that are good choices for partially to heavily shaded locations include black snakeroot (Actaea racemosa), red baneberry (Actaea rubra), ladyâ€™s mantle (Alchemilla mollis), astilbe (Astilbe spp.), Japanese painted fern (Athyrium niponicum var. pictum), heartleaf brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla), bleeding heart (Dicentra spp.), Hakone grass (Hakonechloa macra), hosta (Hosta spp.), crested iris (Iris cristata), cinnamon fern (Osmunda cinnamomea), creeping phlox (Phlox stolonifera), Jacobâ€™s ladder (Polemonium caeruleum), lungwort (Pulmonaria spp.), celandine poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum) and toad lily (Tricyrtis spp.). What are some good native
perennials for a shady site? When selecting plants for the shade garden, one group of plants that is often overlooked are native woodland wildflowers. Since they are native to the state, woodland wildflowers are well adapted to the area. They are easy to grow and perform well when given a favorable environment. Native woodland wildflowers that make good additions to the home landscape include wild columbine (Aquilegia canadensis), Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum), goatâ€™s beard (Aruncus dioicus), Canadian wild ginger (Asarum canadense), Dutchmanâ€™s breeches (Dicentra cucullaria), shooting star (Dodecatheon meadia), false Solomonâ€™s seal (Maianthemum racemosum), Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica), woodland phlox (Phlox divaricata), May apple (Podophyllum peltatum), Solomonâ€™s seal (Polygonatum biflorum), bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis), trillium (Trillium spp.), merrybells (Uvularia grandiflora) and others. Obtaining plants is easy. Woodland wildflowers are readily available at garden centers and mail-order nurseries. Do not remove plants from natural woodland areas. What are some good groundcovers for shade? Excellent groundcovers for shade include bugleweed (Ajuga spp.), wild ginger (Asarum canadense and A. europaeum), barrenwort (Epimedium spp.), sweet woodruff
AMES â€”Onions, one of the most productive of garden vegetables, is a cool-season crop that takes more than 95 days to mature. Planting should be done as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring. If grown from seed, onions should be started indoors well in advance of outdoor planting. What is meant by the terms long-day and short-day
onion? Onion bulb formation begins when a certain day length is reached. Short-day onion varieties (cultivars) begin to form bulbs when they receive 10 to 12 hours of daylight, intermediate-day onions need 12 to 14 hours of daylight, and long-day cultivars require 14 or more hours of daylight. Bulb size is largely determined by the number and size of the leaves at bulb initiation.
(Galium odoratum), hosta (Hosta spp.), yellow archangel (Lamium galeobdolon), spotted deadnettle (Lamium maculatum), creeping lily-turf (Liriope spicata), Japanese pachysandra (Pachysandra terminalis), lungwort (Pulmonaria spp.), foam flower (Tiarella cordifolia) and vinca (Vinca minor). Variegated bishopâ€™s weed (Aegopodium podagraria â€˜Variegatumâ€™) and lily-of-thevalley (Convallaria majalis) are two other shade-tolerant groundcovers. Unfortunately, both plants spread rapidly and often become invasive.
These aggressive spreaders should not be planted with other perennials as they quickly crowd out neighboring plants. Variegated bishopâ€™s weed and lily-of-the-valley should be planted only in areas where they can be confined (for example, between a building and sidewalk) or allowed to spread freely. The horticulturists also answer questions that come to Hortline, Iowa Stateâ€™s horticulture hotline. Reach Hortline by calling 515-2943108 or emailing hortline@iastate. edu.
The larger the tops (foliage area) at bulb initiation, the larger the size of the mature bulbs. (The size of onion bulbs also depends on weather, soil conditions and other factors.) Long-day onion cultivars are the best choice for gardeners in Iowa and other states in the upper midwest. Short-day cultivars generally produce small bulbs when grown in northern areas because of the small amount of foliage present at bulb initiation. Long-day cultivars, however, are able to produce large tops before bulb initiation occurs. As a result, long-day onion cultivars typically produce the biggest bulbs. What are some good onion varieties for Iowa? Suggested onion varieties (cultivars) for home gardens in Iowa include: â€˜Candyâ€™ â€“ yellow-brown skin, globe-shaped, short-term storage â€˜Copraâ€™ â€“ main season, yellow-brown skin, excellent storage â€˜Red Burgermasterâ€™ â€“ bright red, globe-shaped, good storage â€˜Red Zeppelinâ€™ â€“ deep red, globe-shaped, excellent storage â€˜Stuttgarterâ€™ â€“ flattened globes, light brown skin, excellent storage, from sets â€˜Walla Walla Sweetâ€™ â€“ late season, yellow-brown skin, shortterm storage â€˜White Sweet Spanishâ€™ â€“ late season, white skin, short term shortage I would like to start
some onion plants indoors. When should I sow the seeds? Using a well-drained growing medium, sow onion seeds in flats approximately eight to 10 weeks before you intend to plant them outdoors. As soon as the seeds germinate, place the onion seedlings under artificial lighting. An ordinary fluorescent shop fixture, containing one 40 watt cool white and one 40 watt warm white tube, works fine. The light fixture should be placed no more than 4 to 6 inches above the seedlings. Growing temperatures should be 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Insufficient light and temperatures above 65 F promote spindly growth. Thin the onion seedlings (within two to three weeks of germination) if the plants are crowded. Harden or acclimate the onion seedlings outdoors for seven to 10 days before planting into the garden. Initially, place the plants in a shady, protected location. Then gradually expose the plants to longer periods of sunlight. Bring the seedlings back indoors if nighttime temperatures are forecast to drop to 32 F or below. Itâ€™s usually safe to begin planting onion seedlings outdoors in early to mid-April in central Iowa. Horticulturists with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach answer questions about growing onions. To have additional questions answered, contact Hortline at email@example.com or 515-2943108.
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