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OHS seniors return home by ZANE SATRE


For 43 years, it’s officially been called “Experiences to create an appreciation for American history, values, and culture and what it means to be a citizen of the United States of America”, or more commonly the DC/ N Y C S e n i o r ZANE SATRE OHS senior Trip. Created and spearheaded by OHS Principal Stan Friesen back in 1971, the annual Senior Trip takes every graduating class of Ogden High School on a whirlwind journey through some of the most historic places in America, giving untold experiences and memories to many students who never get a similar opportunity for the rest of their lives. Early Saturday morning, April 12, the latest group of 46 seniors and 31 adults jumped on two charter buses, headed east, and started Ogden’s 43nd week-long, nonstop experience of a lifetime.

A short couple hours in, before heading across the Mississippi, the buses made their first stop at West Branch to visit the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. Here students watched a movie about the former president’s life, toured the museum, and were able to explore the grounds containing the cottage of Mr. Hoover’s birth, as well as his final resting place. After leaving West Branch, Ogden’s seniors settled in for the long haul, passing through the states of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. After 18 hours of movies, naps, eating, charging cell phones, and more naps, the two buses passed through the Blue Ridge Mountains into the rolling hills and fields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The group started Sunday morning out with breakfast at the historic Dobbin House, a tavern dating back to 1776, and a special visit by an impersonator of President Abraham Lincoln. Following guided walking tours of the town itself, students and chaperones then travelled to the Gettysburg Museum and Visitors Center. Opened in 2008, the building holds a large museum that explores the entire Civil War and the Battle of Gettysburg in great detail. At the

Kara Kieffer, Haley Meister, Grant Heineman and Betty Henderson experience the lights of New York City. very top of the museum is the Gettysburg Cyclorama. Measuring 359’ long and encircling an entire room, this massive 131 year-old painting

Janet Lark guides Blanche Vodenik in the seated version of the “Warrior” pose designed to help strengthen the shoulders, arms, thighs, ankles and back muscles.

Keeping in shape even at 90-plus years of age If you ask Blanche Vodenik of Perry what she did for her 91st birthday, one of the things she might tell you is she attended Yoga Class at Walnut Street Health & Wellness in Ogden. Blanche firmly believes in the importance of exercise and how continuing to move is good for us all. “It’s a slow exercise and I especially appreciate that,” says Vodenik who started partaking in yoga classes about a month ago. “It really helps with my balance and the time of day suits me well.” She has already noticed a difference. “I worked in the garden two hours the other day and was surprised I didn’t have any aches or pains later.” Vodenik drives from Perry two times a week to join her daughter Kathy Krohn of Luther in a free yoga class at the Ogden office. Currently, these free classes are offered on Tuesday and Thursday at 11:45 a.m. in space provided by Angela Christner, who often joins the class. Christner, a nurse practitioner recommended yoga to Krohn after a recent hip surgery and Vodenik joined her daughter. Christner and yoga leader Janet Lark of Ogden hope to continue and expand this gentle class if there is interest in the community. The Tuesday/Thursday class will continue in May until the

end of the school year. “The design was for our seniors to help increase mobility, decrease injury, improve balance and flexibility and joint stability, as well as improve an individual’s emotional outlook,” commented Christner. While guiding these classes, Lark is also leading beginner classes currently in session at Ogden Total Fitness (625 E Walnut). A new spring session begins Wednesday, May 7 at 6 p.m. at the fitness center. (See ad on page nine this week.) Although Lark is working towards an instructor certification, she insists on the term “guide” rather than being called an instructor, because in yoga you are your own best teacher. “It’s all about crazy postures,” she says. “It’s about self awareness and what your body is able to do.” Lark feels Ogden is on track to becoming a Wellness Community. “The new Boone County Family Medicine clinic, Walnut Street Health & Wellness clinic, the bike trail and park, plus the Ogden Total Fitness 24-hour facility all add to the ‘get moving’ concept we all need and the town of Ogden can be proud to embrace,” she says. “Yoga is fun and we do yoga that anyone can do. Besides that . . . what excuse could you come up with not to try it when you see Blanche doing it?”

The United States Supreme Court Building where the students would later be attending a lecture inside the courtroom.

Prom 2014: Where Dreams Come True

on the Boone County Web site at, on the Iowa Secretary of State’s Web site at, at the libraries and the City Clerk’s Offices in Boone, Madrid and Ogden. Ballots requested through the mail must be returned and postmarked by midnight June 2. However, Meier encourages those returning their ballots via the postal service to mail them before June 2, 2014. All requests for ballots to be mailed must be received by the Auditor’s Office by 5 p.m., May 30, 2014. For more information about the 2014 Primary Election contact the Boone County Auditor’s Office at 515-433-0502.

SENIOR TRIP -please turn to page two.

Boxholm sets date for allschool reunion Have fun visiting old friends and tour the school in Boxholm during the All School Reunion Saturday, May 24. Faculty are encouraged to attend. Those planning on partaking in the 1 p.m. lunch are asked to send a $15 check made out to Boxholm Alumni Association. Mail to Joy Leek Meister, P.O Box 189, Ogden, IA 50212 by Saturday, May 10. Be sure to include your year of graduation or years of teaching at Boxholm.

Absentee voting begins at Boone Co. Auditor’s Office Boone County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Philippe E. Meier has announced that absentee ballots for the June 3, 2014 Primary Election are available to be voted in the Boone County Auditor’s Office on Friday, April 25, 2014. Absentee ballots may be cast in the Boone County Auditor’s Office at the Boone County Courthouse, 201 State St., Boone, IA, during regular office hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, through June 2. The Boone County Auditor’s Office will also be open Saturday, May 31 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Absentee ballots must be requested in writing. Forms are available at the Auditor’s Office,

depicts the famous Pickett’s Charge, and uses special lighting and sound effects to tell the story of the pivotal battle. That afternoon, the Ogden seniors then embarked on an extensive tour of the Gettysburg battlefield, stopping at various points along the way. These included several monuments, a high observation tower, both Big and Little Round Tops, the Devil’s Den, and finally Cemetery Ridge. Standing at the heart of the Union lines on Cemetery Ridge, it’s difficult to comprehend what those Northern men must have seen 150 years ago as they looked across the wide expanse of fields in front of them. One can only imagine tens of thousands of men clashing on the hills, on the fences and walls, and in the fields of the largest battle ever fought in the Western Hemisphere. After a short trip south through Maryland and Virginia, the buses crossed the Potomac River into Washington, D.C. Right away the people of small-town Iowa got their first taste of life in the big city, as the two buses slowly inched their way through evening traffic around the National Mall. The Ogden group finished the day by taking a nighttime stroll to the U.S. Capitol, and taking in the

Allison Rubin and her escort Kolby Munson were among the 160 students attending Ogden’s 2014 Junior-Senior Prom Saturday, April 26. -Photos by Julie Holmberg


4-H camp taking registrations


Boone, Hardin, Marshall, and Story County Junior 4-H members who are completing 4th, 5th, or 6th grades are invited to the Fun in the Sun! Tri-County Junior 4-H Camp Wednesday, July 30, 10 a.m. through Friday, August 1, 8:30 p.m. at the Iowa 4-H Camping Center, 1991 Peach Avenue near Madrid. Campers will have three fun filled days learning new skills, making new friends, reuniting with other campers, testing their skills during camp activities, and enjoying the great outdoors. The registration form is available from the Extension office or your county’s extension website (http:// news/tri-county-jr-4-h-camp). Registration deadline is July 10 or until camp is full. The camp cost is $100.

In Depth

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Senior trip, -continued from page one splendor of the massive building at night. The seniors started early the next morning by walking to the Capitol Visitors Center, where they were then treated to a tour of the basement of the Capitol building, walking through many old rooms including the original Supreme Court chamber. Unlike past classes, the Class of 2014 was unable to enter the Capitol Rotunda and view the magnificence of the dome, as it was recently closed for a much needed renovation. After lunch, Ogden walked across the street to the Supreme Court building, spending time viewing its many halls, and attending a lecture inside the courtroom. Students and chaperones broke up for the rest of the afternoon, visiting either the National Air & Space Museum, the National Gallery of Art, or the Library of Congress. That evening, students and chaperones took time to relax on a special dinner cruise of the Potomac River. Onboard, both kids and parents enjoyed dancing, eating, and enjoying the nighttime views from the yacht’s top deck. At breakfast Tuesday morning, students were joined by two special guests, Barbara Grassley, wife of U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley, and Ally Ryan, a 2008 OHS graduate who now works in Senator Grassley’s Washington office. Both ladies shared with the group about their daily lives in the capital, and their history getting there. After breakfast, Ogden loaded up the buses for another day of touring. On the morning agenda was a walking tour around the White House as well as visits to several war memorials. However, by Tuesday morning the sunshine and 80 degree temperatures of the last few days were replaced by a nonstop, driving rainstorm. Nevertheless, the students and chaperones were able to view the White House, and visit both the WWII Memorial and Korean War Memorial. Thanks to Mr. Reimers and several chaperones who stood in line to get tickets, students got a welcome break from the rain while visiting the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. The museum is well known for its chilling and solemn look at the Holocaust of WWII, taking visitors through the entire story of the rise of Nazi Germany and the horrors of Nazi death camps. At the very end of the main exhibit is the Hall of Remembrance, a large room with a skylight that is empty except for an eternal flame burning over a container filled with soil taken from each Nazi extermination camp. Amid all the other memorials and monuments in Washington that celebrate the past, the Holocaust Museum instead relives the darkest period in human history. In the afternoon, the group toured the Washington National Cathedral, which is still undergoing repairs following a 2011 earthquake, and the Kennedy Center. That night featured a tour of the museum at Ford’s Theatre, the sight of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, as well as a showing of the musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” inside the actual theatre. Coincidentally, that night was the 149th anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination on April 14, 1865. Wednesday morning dawned bright and chilly, but everyone was outside yet again. The OHS students and parents started with stops at the memorials for Martin Luther King, Jr. and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, before crossing the Potomac to visit the sacred grounds of Arlington National Cemetery. The tour of Arlington included visits to the graves of President John F. Kennedy, his wife, and his brothers, the original house belonging to Robert E. Lee, and the Tomb of the Unknowns. At the Tomb of the Unknowns, everyone was able to witness the famous changing of the guard, and Ogden’s senior class officers took part in a very poignant and solemn wreath-laying ceremony. That afternoon, the buses crossed back over to D.C. and students spent a couple hours looking through both the National Museum of American

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2008 OHs graduate allison ryan shared her experiences working in senator Charles Grassley’s office.

Class officers, from left, Jared adreon, shannon Wirtz, Grant Heineman and Zane satre place a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in arlington national Cemetery.

Kristen Bennett, Betty Henderson, Haley Meister, Ashton Summerhays, Zane Satre and Colton Thrane (back) relax at the FDR Memorial. This memorial, spread over 7.5 acres, traces 12 years of the history of the United States.

spent easter sunday resting. It had been a long, intense week. I needed a quiet day. The first part of the week was busy and stressful. The owner of the property that my horse sanctuary rents decided he really wants to sell it this year. It’s been for sale off and on the past several years, but with the economy and it being a fairly high priced property, I never worried too much that it would be sold. But now it’s re-listed at over $100,000 less than the asking previous price, with a new realtor. The realtor was out several times, to take photos, and then the house was shown a couple times. One showing was particularly stressful. The realtor got really mad when my rooster attacked her. Roo and the two hens have enjoyed being free range chickens. They keep to themselves pretty much, but wander around the horse arena and the area around their hen house. Roo has never attacked a guest before. I guess he doesn’t like the idea of the possibility of losing his home any more than I do. Now the chickens have to be confined to their quarters whenever the property is being shown. With the property being for sale, I’m always on the lookout for another suitable place to relocate the horse sanctuary if it does sell. I’d looked at a couple places last week, but I really don’t want to move. I hate having to relocate. I’d lived in my first home in Taos for eight years before moving out here, the home of the horse sanctuary, and have been here for over six years now. But I’m trying to maintain a positive attitude. If we have to move, something as good or better will come up. I drove to Santa Fe last week to get feed and supplies. I always enjoy the drive, especially in the spring as the valley is turning green. Late in the week there were already people making their way to Chimayo, for the traditional pilgrimage. I am always impressed and in awe of this event. This year there was an estimated 40,000 persons that did the pilgrimage, walking alongside the roads to Chimayo. A friend and I had done the pilgrimage a few years ago. It was a very special experience, hiking along the High Road from Taos, enjoying the endless, vast vistas of the New Mexico landscape. Someday I hope to do it again, but this was not the year. On Thursday Casey, our elderly horse that watches over little Hope, the yearling filly, was sick. Casey had turned 34 years old in February. He’s had a lot of health issues and I knew he was coming to the end of his life. Last week Casey had been a part of Hope’s first birthday celebration. But Thursday Casey had no appetite and didn’t want to go out in the morning. I gave him a shot of banamine for colic pain, and he perked up and it looked like he was going to be OK. But the next day he was lying down again at morning feeding time. I got him up and took him for a walk, but it was obvious he was in a lot of pain. I gave him another shot of banamine and called the veterinarian. The painkiller helped again and Casey spent the day outside, wandering around the property with little Hope. It was a lovely, warm spring day, with lots of sunshine. It was good to see the two out together. At noon Casey brought Hope back up to the barn and the two went into his stall. Hope laid down and took a nap, while Casey stood beside her, also napping. He seemed content and I thought the colic crisis was over. But late that afternoon I saw him lying down again, with Hope standing anxiously beside him. I got him up and took them back to the barn, and gave him another shot. I called the vet and Casey’s old owner to let her know that he was not doing well. After feeding the other horses, I stayed at the barn with Casey. He was down, not wanting to get up, so I sat with him, his head in my lap. He finally got up, but spent the rest of the night standing with his head in the corner of his run, not eating, listless. The vet came out early the next morning and agreed that it was time to say goodbye to Casey. He was ready, and when she administered the drugs it was a very peaceful passing for the old boy. He had lived a good long, wonderful life, but it was still a sad day here. That afternoon I went to a workshop in Abiquiu. I almost canceled because of the week’s events, but was glad I went. I enjoyed spending the afternoon in that gorgeous area, with new friends. Easter has always symbolically been a time of renewal for me. It has been a year with losses and changes already, so this holiday was even more important as a renewal of faith. Thank goodness for Easter and springtime! Until next time, Ruth B.

enjoying a carriage ride in philadelphia are from left, teri Bohr, ashton summerhays, Kristin Bennett, Betty Henderson and Sydney Bishop.

History and the National Museum of Natural History. The evening featured visits to the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial (more commonly known as the Iwo Jima Memorial), and the U.S. Air Force Memorial. Following a hectic night of repacking and loading luggage, the seniors departed on the next leg of their trip. After a breakfast stop at Hard Rock Café, the two Windstar buses headed northward toward Philadelphia. In Philly, the seniors and chaperones stopped at the National Constitution Center to view a presentation about the history of the U.S. Constitution, as well as walk through various exhibits. After a lunch of Philly cheesesteaks, the group then took carriage rides around the historic center of Philadelphia. Loading the buses once again,

Ogden hit the road for their final destination- New York City. Upon arrival in NYC, everyone took some time to freshen up for the evening’s entertainment- a Broadway performance of the musical “Wicked.” Following “Wicked”, everyone walked down the streets of Midtown to Times Square, taking in the bright lights and neon signs along the way. Friday morning dawned the next day, marking Ogden’s seventh and final day of touring. The morning started with a brisk ride on the Staten Island Ferry, where students took in views of New York harbor including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the skyline of Lower Manhattan. From there, one bus toured New York’s famous financial district, while the other travelled to Central Park. Friday afternoon was filled with visits to Chinatown, where students shopped and bargained for vari-


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ous souvenirs, and the twin pools of the 9/11 Memorial. Finally, the group trekked back up to Midtown for a chance to view the New York skyline from Rockefeller Center’s “Top of the Rock” observation deck 70 stories up. From that great height in that great city, it was right back on the bus again, this time for the long 24-hour ride back home. Another 24 hours of movies, cell phone charging, and awkward sleeping positions. But in the end, it’s all worth it. Visiting all of those places can make you appreciate little Ogden, Iowa just a little more, and also as the official title says, “create an appreciation of what it means to be a citizen of the United States of America”. Seniors and chaperones comment on their senior trip experience. See page seven.

Kara Kieffer and Brandt roederer honored those who died in the Korean War by placing flowers at the Korean Memorial.

Thank you Zane Satre, Mona Satre and Lisa Kieffer for providing coverage of this year’s senior trip.

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IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tom Prochnow, Pastor Tuesday, April 29: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 30: Prayer shawl meets at 1 p.m. “100 Years” planning meeting is at 3 p.m. Thursday, May 1: TOPS is at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 3: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Sunday, May 4: Worship is at 10:30 a.m. As a kick-off for Immanuel Lutheran Church’s 100th anniversary celebration, a birthday brunch and social hour will be held Sunday, May 4 following the late worship service. The Church will be celebrating 100 years this September. Monday, May 5: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Tuesday, May 6: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary Hoyt, Pastor Wednesday, April 30: Children’s Choir practice is at 3:45 p.m. BEWAPS (5th & 6th grade youth group) is at 4:30 p.m. Bells practice is at 5:30 p.m. Jr. High youth group is at 5:30 p.m. Choir practice; audit team meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Bulldog Builders meet at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 1: Seekers Bible study is at 10 a.m. Sunday, May 4: Men’s breakfast is at 7:30 a.m. Prayer gathering is at 8:15 a.m. Sunday school for all ages is at 8:45 a.m. Worship (Native American Sunday) and Communion are at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 7: Grace circle meets at 1:30 p.m. Hope circle meets at 2 p.m. Children’s choir practice is at 3:45 p.m. Bells practice is at 5:30 p.m. Jr. High youth group meets at 5:30 p.m. Choir practice is at 6:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Bulldog Builders meet at 8:30 p.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Wade Brandt, Pastor Wednesday, April 30: Bible class is at 9 a.m. Junior LYF bowling and pizza party is at 3:30 p.m. Confirmand questioning is at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 1: LWML meets at 2 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Saturday, May 3: Worship and Holy Communion are at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4: Worship, Holy Communion and Confirmation are at 9 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. BOXHOLM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rod Meyer, Pastor Wednesday, April 30: Bible study at Trinity is at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4: Fellowship is at 9:30 a.m. Worship with Communion is at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 7: Sarah Group meets at 2 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 502 W WALNUT

Sunday: Bible class is at 9:30 a.m. (Classes for all ages.) Worship service is at 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible Study is at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. James Bruch, Pastor Wednesday, April 30: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Youth group meets at 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 2: Mass is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, May 3: Mass is at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 4: Mass is at 8 a.m. BOXHOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship is at 9:45 a.m. Ad board meets the fourth Wednesday of June, August, October and December of this year at 7:30 p.m. Joy Circle meets the first Thursday at 1:30 p.m. PILOT MOUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship service is at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school is from 10 to 11 a.m. AA meets at 7 p.m. Monday. Quilters meet Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m. WATER’S EDGE CHURCH “For the Thirsty Soul” 341 W WALNUT

OBITUARIES Dale Lingren Dale Lingren, 87, of Ogden, IA, passed away Saturday, April 26, 2014, at the Israel Family Hospice House in Ames. Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m., Friday, May 2, 2014, at Zion Lutheran Church in Ogden. Pastor Wade Brandt will officiate. Burial will be at Glenwood Cemetery in Ogden with Military Graveside Rites conducted by the Boone Veteran’s Council. Visitation will be Thursday, from 4 to 8 p.m., at Zion Lutheran Church. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: Dale Eldon Lingren was born April 4, 1927, in Boxholm, IA, the son of Floyd and Elsie (Frye) Lingren. He was a graduate of Jordan Community Schools. Dale married Maxine Heldt Sept. 8, 1950, at Zion Lutheran Church in Ogden. He served in the Army during the Korean Conflict. The couple lived and farmed north of Ogden until moving into town in 1990. Dale was a member of Zion Lutheran Church; his pride and joy was his family, he loved spending time with his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Maxine Lingren of Ogden; five DALE ELDON LINGREN children, Darrell (Georga) Lingren 1927 - 2014 of Ogden, Elaine (Tom) Wilson of Ogden, Deanna (Bruce) Anderson of Boone, IA, Donna (Ted) Meeker of Ogden; and Alan Lingren of Ogden; 13 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; one sister, Ilene (Everett) Van Pelt of Perry, IA; three brothers, Lee (Danis) Lingren of Boone, LaVerne (Joan) Lingren of Ogden, and Larry (Wanda) Lingren of Boone; two sister-in-laws, Betty Lingren of Ogden, and Effie Lingren of Ames, IA; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, great granddaughter, Claire Marie Kramer; two brothers, Paul and Earl. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.

Richard C. Reimers Richard C. Reimers, 85, died peacefully at home on Friday, April 4, 2014, in Tucson, AZ. Services will be held on May 2 at 11 a.m. at the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse, 64500 E. SaddleBrooke Boulevard, SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739, with reception to follow. Arrangements entrusted to Desert Sunset Cremation and Funeral Services, Catalina, AZ (520) 818-0038. Richard was born in Ogden, IA, on Nov. 25, 1928, son of Arnold and Alma Reimers. After graduation from Iowa State University in 1951 with a degree in Civil Engineering, he had a long and successful career with Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel in Pittsburgh, PA, as a Contracting Engineer and a Sales Manager. He retired in 1994 after 43 years and moved to SaddleBrooke. He was a member of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Dick is survived by his wife, Martha, whom he married Sept. 15, 1951. Also surviving are children, RICHARD C. REIMERS Patricia and her husband, Steve, 1928 - 2014 and Richard Frederick and his wife, Lori. Grandchildren include Cassie, her husband, Jake, Noah, his wife, Heidi, Nicholas, Jacob, and Matthew; and a great-grandson, Dresden. He is also survived by a brother, Maurice, and his wife, Mary Jean, of Ames, IA. Two nephews, David and Michael, preceded him in death. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 7650 N. Paseo Del Norte, Tucson, AZ 85704, Oro Valley Hospital, 1551 E. Tangerine Rd., Oro Valley, AZ 85755, and Casa de la Luz Hospice, 7740 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ 85704 will be appreciated.

Gerald “Jerry” Launderville Gerald “Jerry” Launderville, 65, of Ogden, IA, passed away Thursday, April 24, 2014, at his home. Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, April 28, 2014, at St. John’s Catholic Church in Ogden with Father James Bruch celebrating. Jerry’s wishes were to be cremated after services with burial at a later date. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: Gerald Ronald Launderville was born on Sept. 5, 1948, the son of Paul and Darline (Walsinger) Launderville, in Carroll, IA. Jerry’s family lived in Cooper, Beaver and Ogden. He was a graduate of Ogden High School “Class of 1967”. Jerry enlisted in the United States Navy in 1967, serving until 1971. On Nov. 22, 1972, Jerry was united in marriage to Evelyn Norgart in Ogden. Jerry worked for Johnson’s Mobil and McGraw’s Ogden Theater during high school, Sandler’s Homes in Boone, Oscar Meyer from 1972 to 1989 and Gateway Center in Ames from 1991 to 2004, when he retired due to health. Jerry was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church where he was a Eucharistic Minister, Knights Of GERALD RONALD LAUNDERVILLE 1948 - 2014 Columbus and the American Legion. Jerry loved spending time with his grandchildren and was an avid race fan of stock cars, sprint cars and go carts. Survivors include his wife; Evelyn Launderville of Ogden; son, Dan Launderville (Linda Ashbrook-Nohrer) of Cincinnati, OH; daughter, Michelle (Kyle) Banks of Ogden; four grandchildren, Raven Fjelland, Brice Wilson, Joe Sells and Wyatt Banks; one great granddaughter, Hali Jo; three sisters, Georgia (George) Hogg of Washburn, WI, Carol (Durn) Lindgren of Ogden, IA, and Linda Conklin of Ogden, IA; three brothers, Richard Launderville of Ames, IA, and Donald Launderville of North Ft. Meyers, FL and Mark (Tami) Launderville of Ogden. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Kyla Wilson; infant sister, Susie; two brothers, twin brother, Joe and Michael; and one brother-in-law, Lyle Conklin. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.

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Ogden Manor news Wednesday, April 30: Devotions are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden Rollers/Kickball/Bean bags are at 10 a.m. Immanuel Church social time is at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 1: Devotions are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10 a.m. Charades are at 10:45 a.m. Nail grooming/cards are at 1:30 p.m. Friday, May 2: Devotions are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden 4th graders visit/ beanbags are at 10 a.m. Jewelry boxes are at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 3: Exercise time is at 10 a.m. Movie matinee is at 2 p.m. Classic Gospel is on Channel 11 at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4: Catholic time is at 9 a.m. Exercise is at 9:30 a.m. Ogden Baptist is at 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 5: Devotions are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden Rollers/ Kickball/Bean Bags are at 10 a.m. Bingo is at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 6: Devotions are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden Rollers are at 10 a.m. Wild West Mag is at 10:45 a.m. Popcorn and movie is at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 7: Devotions are at 9:30 a.m. Ogden Rollers/ Kickball/Bean bags are at 10 a.m. Zion Lutheran Church social time is at 1:30 p.m.

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Rick Summerhays, Pastor Bible Study is from 9 to 10 a.m. Gathering is from 10 to 10:15 a.m.: Pre-service snacks served. Service is from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.: Contemporary music and a relevant message from God’s Word.

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Sunday: Sunday school for all ages is at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship is at 10:30 a.m. Evening service is at 6 p.m.



BETHEL CHURCH D. Ray Hoke, Pastor

Affiliated with Christian and Missionary Alliance – 5 miles south of Hwy. 30 on R 18 (L Ave.)

Wednesday, April 30: AWANA/ Youth final awards are at 6:30 p.m. Worship team practice is at 8:15 p.m. Friday, May 2: Church in use for private event from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, May 3: Movie and munchies night is at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 4: Worship service is at 9:30 a.m. Children’s Sunday school is at 10:50 a.m. Adult small group opportunities is at 11 a.m. Power Hour prayer meeting is at 12 noon. Trustee meeting is at 12 noon. Old Testament study is at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 6: Executive Board meeting is at 7 p.m. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN BEAVER UMC YOKED PARISH Marjorie Smalley, Pastor Sunday: Church service is at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.


The church of Christ Who are these people? Modern pre-millennial theory insists God had not anticipated the rejection of Jesus by the Jews. They often think that God was shocked when Jesus “came to His own, and His own did not receive Him” (John 1:11). They also teach that one day Christ will return to this earth and the Jews will then accept Him as their Messiah. The Bible teaches that the Father in heaven knew all along how the Jews would react to His Son Jesus. God had planned the time perfectly and “when the fullness of the time had come, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the law” (Galatians 4:4). Have you ever considered what would have happened if the Jews had accepted Jesus as their Savior and King? Let’s look at the consequences: First, there would have been no crucifixion, and no bloodshed. “For it is not possible that the blood of bulls and goats could take away sins” (Heb. 10:4). Jesus spent His entire earthly life preparing for the cross. “’And I, if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all peoples to Myself.’ This He said, signifying by what death He would die.” (John 12:23-33). Second, since there would have been no shedding of blood, there could be no remission of sins. “And according to the law almost all things are purged with blood, and without shedding of blood there is no remission” (Heb. 9:22). On the night in which He was betrayed, as He instituted the Lord’s Supper, Jesus said, “For this is My blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.” (Matt. 26:28). Third, the church would have never been established, since it was purchased with the precious blood of Christ. When Paul addressed the elders from Ephesus, he admonished them “to shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood” (Acts 20:28). The church is composed of saved people. In the New Testament, “the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved” (Acts 2:47). Fourth, if the Jews had accepted Christ as their Messiah, there would be no gospel, since the foundation of it is the death, burial and resurrection of Christ (1 Cor. 15:3-4). This “message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God” (1 Cor. 1:18). See our broadcast on local channel 6 Sundays at 6 pm & Tuesdays, at 7 pm! “In Search of the Lord’s Way”, Sunday at 7:30 am on KCWI, cable Ch. 9! We would like to invite you to worship with us at 502 W. Walnut! Sunday Bible study at 9:30 a.m., Worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study at 7:00 p.m.

Boone County LandfiLL

A Tradition of Environmental Excellence Since 1970

Announces...Spring Yard Waste Days The Boone County Landfill’s Yard Waste Processing Facility will accept residential yard waste Free-of-Charge* from April 15th through May 31st, 2014 YARD WASTE IS DEFINED AS:

grass clippings, leaves, weeds, brush, branches, limbs, christmas trees, as well as any plant or vegetable waste (not considered to be food waste) generated through routine yard maintenance. Please note that: This program is only available to residents of the Landfill’s primary service area (Boone County (except Sheldahl); Greene County (except Jefferson); and the Cities of Bouton, Woodward, Granger, Somers, Farnhamville and Lohrville.) All loads (yard waste, garbage, demolition, appliances, etc.) delivered to the Landfill must be covered with a secured tarp (even if waste is in bags or containers.) Trucks and trailers must also have a tailgate. The only exception to this policy is that brush can be securely tied instead of being tarped. Failure to comply with the covered load policy will result in a $10.00 fee being assessed per uncovered load. ABSOLUTELY NO ashes, landscape timbers, construction/demolition waste, wire, bricks, stone/rock, lattice, lumber, uncut trees, stumps, animal bedding, baled hay/straw, plastic, paper, bags, litter or other types of garbage can be mixed in with the yard waste. The facility does not accept land clearing waste. NOTICE!! Leaving any type of waste at the Boone County Landfill during non-business hours is considered to be illegal dumping. Violators will be prosecuted. Days and times the Landfill will accept yard waste free-of-charge* are: Mondays - Fridays: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. & Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. April 15 through May 31, 2014 Closed Sundays

Please note that the Landfill’s Yard Waste Processing Facility is OPEN March 1st through November 30th of each year. Normal tipping fees apply except during Spring and Fall Yard Waste Days. QUESTIONS? Please call the Boone County Landfill at 433-0591 * This program is supported by Per-Capita User Fees.

BOONE COUNTY LANDFILL 1268 - 224th Lane, Boone Iowa

PAGE FOUR - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Our Town


10 Years Ago From the April 28, 2004 issue After years of fund-raising and weeks of packing, it was finally time for the Class of 2004 to take the trip of a lifetime. Everyone arrived early Saturday, April 17. The loaders quickly put our pop and suitcases under the bus, and at 8:10 a.m. we hit the road. The buses were abuzz as we headed to our first stop, West Branch, Iowa. Take a “Night Eyes Night Hike” Saturday, May 8, departing from the Don Williams Lake dam at 8:30 p.m. Partake in food stations where the wildlife will walk through special powder that will tell the tales of their nightly activities. Students at Howe Elementary stunned American Diabetes association officials by presenting them with over $8,000, money collecte3d from the School Walk for Diabetes Program. The check was presented at an assembly Friday, April 23. Trinity Lutheran Women met Wednesday, April 14 with Elaine Kauffman and Helen Nibel serving as hostesses. Nicole Peter led Ogden girls golf with a 73 at the Southeast Webster Tournament Thursday, April 22. The Bulldogs placed fourth among the six-team field. United Methodist Women met for a morning brunch Wednesday, April 21, 2004 with Joy Circle serving as hostesses. Eighteen members were present. The tables were decorated with fresh spring flowers and pastel table covers.

30 Years Ago From the May 2, 1984 Issue A new program designed to challenge high potential students in lower grades will begin in the Ogden schools this fall, involving from seven to 10 students each in grades two through six, according to Bill Mullins, Howe Elementary School principal. “Project Omnibus” is a volunteer taught program to provide enrichment to elementary students whose talents lie in either the sciences or the humanities. Work began last week on the replacement of the old bridge over the Chicago and NorthWestern railroad tracks north of the Highway 169-Highway 30 junction west of Ogden. Traffic needing to travel on Highway 169 will be detoured onto other highways during the project, which also includes grading and paving at the bridge site. The shriveled up remains of a balloon and an attached plastic sandwich bag with a note inside was found by Dorothy Johnson Friday, April 20 as she was disking just east of her home southwest of town. The balloon message had been sent by Matt Scheafer, a kindergartener at CAL Community school in rural Latimer, located west of Hampton. Patrick Keenan was recently initiated into the Northwest Missouri State University chapter of Beta Beta Beta Iota, the National Biology Honor Society. Pat, a 1981 OHS graduate, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keenan. A baby shower honoring Judy Heckman and Kelley was held Saturday, April 14, at Bethel Church. The church fellowship committee planned the event with Irma Lee Newton, Chairman.

60 Years Ago From the April 29, 1954 Issue “Hats Tell the Story” is the theme for the program to be given at the Mother’s Day party given at the American Legion Dugout at 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, April 30. Senior girls of the Ogden High School were entertained at a party Monday evening, April 26 by the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church. Third grade Blue Birds met April 20 at the home of their leader, Mrs. Norman Bergstrom. Leone and Charlene presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Robert Reimers was hostess to the Emanon Club Wednesday, April 21. Prizes for pinochle were awarded to Mrs. Carroll Jones and Mrs. Dean Nelson. The Kappa Sorosis Club met with Mrs. Lloyd Snedden Tuesday, April 27. Guests were Mrs. Bob Blyth, Mrs. Francis Ballentine and Mrs. Don Dozier who were high, second high and low bridge prize winners respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson and Michael of Fort Dodge visited Saturday at the B.P. Nystrom home. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and Brian spent Sunday at Coggon visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Basler. Mrs. Minnie Good returned last week from a winter in Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welden, Glenn and brad of Iowa Falls spent Sunday in the parental Ray Bass home.


Ogden Community Women met April 14 Ogden Community Women met Monday, April 14 at the Water’s Edge Church. The speaker was Mark Schneider director of the Iowa Arboretum. He explained many of the programs available to everyone. Volunteers are needed and appreciated. It was started in 1968 and has many plants, trees and flowers to enjoy. The Ogden Boys Scout troops have assisted in special programs for several years. The scholarship committees will meet to decide upon the 2014 recipients. Verlane Faber will present the plaque for the most improved boy and girl in 8th grade. The last meeting of the year will be held Monday, May 12 at the Ogden Manor.

Ogden City Council will meet May 6 The Ogden City Council will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 7 p.m. Items on the tentative agenda are as follows: call to order; roll call; minutes - regular meeting minutes of Tuesday, April 8, 2014; treasurer’s report - April; department reports; liquor license - Plahn

& Simple; public hearing for city budget 2013/2014 amendment 7:15 p.m.; American Red Cross Shelter agreement; mayor’s proclamation - Senior/6th grade mutual drug free commitment; Old business; new business; claims; adjournment.

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Harmsen - Pierce engagement Kari Pierce, daughter of Jeff and Kathy Pierce of Ogden and Tom Harmsen, Jr., son of Tom and Teresa Harmsen of Muscatine announce their engagement. Kari is at 2006 OHS graduate and a 2010 graduate of Iowa State University. She is employed at ITA Group in West Des Moines.

Tom is a 2006 graduate of Muscatine High School and a 2010 graduate of Iowa State University. He is employed at Interstate Batteries in Urbandale. The couple is planning a July 12, 2014 wedding at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in West Des Moines.

SHERIFF’S REPORT Tuesday, April 15 7:37 a.m.: The UPRR called and advised at Coal Road and E-26 there was a male in the railroad right of way. A deputy checked and located the individual. After a brief investigation Timothy Snodgrass was taken into custody on outstanding warrants and trespassing. 8:39 a.m.: A person called to report an injured owl sitting along side the road at R-18 and Highway 30. The humane society responded and took charge of the bird and will care for it. Thursday, April 17 11:58 p.m.: A person called to report that she believed someone was trying to enter her vehicles in the 900 block of J Ave. Deputies responded to the area but did not locate anyone. K-9 Bandit was summoned and indicated there was some activity on the property but was not able to get a strong track to follow. The investigation is continuing. Friday, April 18 9:56 a.m.: A person called to report that someone had dumped shingles on the road and private property just north of E-18 on G Ave. A lead was developed from the debris at the scene and is being followed up on. 11:25 a.m.: A person called to report construction debris dumped on his driveway in the 2200 block of Nectar Ave. A lead was developed from the debris found at the scene and is being followed up on. 2:49 p.m.: The Iowa Falls Police Department called the BCSO to advise they had Jason Ball in custody on a warrant from Boone County alleging sexual exploitation of a minor. Ball was transported to the BCJ. Saturday, April 19 3:07 a.m.: The Des Moines Police Department called and advised the BCSO they had Denaro Lee in custody on a Boone Police warrant alleging domestic assault. He was transported to the BCJ. 11:50 a.m.: A person called to report a camper on fire in the 900 block of 157th. The caller also advised there was a tank of propane in the camper and that it was half full. While the caller was on the line he advised the fire had moved to the timber and was threatening a 500 gallon propane tank. A deputy responded along with the BFD to contain the fire. Sunday, April 20 5:30 p.m.: A person called to report a motorcycle had just went into the ditch just east of T Ave. and Highway 30, and the caller advised the driver of the motorcycle was injured. A deputy along with the BFD

and the Boone County Ambulance responded to the scene. A medical helicopter was also summoned to the scene. The driver of the motorcycle Trisha Dunkelberger was westbound on Highway 30 when a gust of wind caught her and forced her onto the shoulder where she lost control and was thrown from the motorcycle. She was seriously injured and flown from the scene. Her condition is not known. 9:15 a.m.: The Des Moines Police Department called and advised they had Coby Combs in custody on a warrant from Boone County alleging parole violation, theft and escape. He was transported to the BCJ. 3:15 p.m.: A deputy from the BCSO arrested Bryan Burnell Anderson on a warrant from Boone County alleging theft and failure to appear. Anderson was transported to the BCJ. Monday, April 21 12:43 p.m.: A person called the BCSO to report a theft from their farm in the 900 block of 335th St. Several items have been reported missing over the last several weeks. A deputy has been assigned the case and is investigating. Wednesday, April 23 9:35 a.m.: A person called to report an accident at Highway 17 and 230th St. A vehicle driven by Roger Mcgregor of Ames was stopped at the stop sign. There were two vehicles in the turn lane to go east on 230th St. Mcgregor pulled out onto Highway 17 thinking it was clear to do so and was struck by a northbound vehicle driven by Kevin Evans of Madrid. There were no injuries. McGregor was charged with failure to yield. Thursday, April 24 10:50 p.m.: A deputy was on routine patrol driving through the Ledges State Park and observed a suspicious vehicle parked where it was not supposed to be, and in the park after hours. Because of the dangerous terrain in that area of the park, and the dark conditions a search was started. After a brief investigation a person was located with the help of K-9 Bandit and was okay but was intoxicated. Dakota Johnson was charged with public intoxication and being in the park after hours. Saturday, April 26 8:51 a.m.: A person called to report an accident at the T Ave. RR crossing. The caller advised no one was injured. A deputy from the BCSO arrived to handle the accident. Two vehicles were stopped for the RR crossing, one vehicle was driven by Trey Seiser, the other driven by Andre Powers. A third vehicle driven by Baylie Wingerson

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according to her she was not paying attention and collided with the Seiser vehicle who in turn hit the Powers vehicle. Wingerson was charged with failure to maintain control. Sunday, April 27 4:37 a.m.: A person called from Madrid to report that his son Dustin Perry was at his house and was intoxicated and in a vehicle that does not belong to him. Deputies from the BCSO along with a Madrid PD officer responded to the area. A deputy located the truck and Perry in the 2000 block of Rose Rd. after the truck went into the ditch and struck a tree. Perry was combative and highly intoxicated and had to be subdued with a tazer. He was treated at the scene and taken to BCH. The investigation into the incident is continuing with numerous charges pending.

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The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - PAGE FIVE


Emily Rinehart brings home pair of medals this past week

Sprinter Austin Lentz (center) won both the 100 and 200 meter dashes at Adel.

Bulldog boys track team finishes third at both Panorama and Adel With the return of seniors from their class trip, the boys track team picked up critical team points Monday, April 21 and finished third at the Eagle Relays at Burnside. Sophomore Austin Lentz and senior Caleb Frye paired together and took first and second in the 100 and 200 meter dashes. They were joined by Aleks Kester and Owen Haberer in the 4x200 relay, earning 8 points with a second place finish. The boys competed at Gilbert Monday night (after presstime). They travel to Story City for the Roland-Story Relays Thursday, May 1. TEAM STANDINGS 1. South Central Calhoun..... 173 2. Manson NW Webster ....... 128 3. OGDEN ............................ 82 4. Woodward-Granger ......... 65 5. Newell-Fonda ................... 33 6. Northeast Hamilton .......... 32 7. Southeast Webster-Grand 26 8. Glidden-Ralston ............... 15

Here’s how the Bulldogs finished: 100 METER DASH: Austin Lentz, 1st, 11.15; Caleb Frye, 2nd, 11.16. 200 METER DASH: Lentz, 1st, 22.92; Frye, 2nd, 23.16. 400 METER DASH: Grant Heineman, 1:00.15; Austin Flynn, 1:02.65.

800 METER RUN: Jack Roberts, 6th, 2:20.27. 1600 METER RUN: Trey Thompson, 4th, 5:08.47; Zane Buxton, 6:56.05. 3200 METER RUN: Andrew Stumbo, 3rd, 10:45.89; T. Thompson, 4th, 10:52.73. 110 METER HURDLES: Nathan McCutchen, 18.77. 400 METER HURDLES: Derek Reutter, 1:06.03; Zane Satre, 1:09.52. 4X100 RELAY: Owen Haberer, Jon Thompson, Frey, Lentz, 3rd, 46.40. 4X200 RELAY: Alex Kester, O. Haberer, Frye, Lentz, 2nd, 1:38.38. 4X400 RELAY: Spencer Nelson, Reutter, Jake West, Luke West, 6th, 3:57.05. 4X800 RELAY: Daniel Nida, Nelson, Roberts, Sam Elsner, 4th, 10:04.09. DISTANCE MEDLEY: J. West, L. West, Nida, Heineman, 5th, 4:14.09. HIGH JUMP: Heineman, 3rd, 5’ 8”; Reutter, 6th, 5’ 4”. LONG JUMP: O. Haberer, 4th,18’ 9”; Kester, 17’ 2.5”. SHOT PUT: Josh Vanyo, 36’ 2.5”; J. Thompson, 32’ .50”. DISCUS: Andrew Haberer, 95’ 8”; Aaron Nigro, 91’.

The Ogden boys finished third at the ADM Boys Tiger Invitational Friday, April 18 at Adel. Following are the results. TEAM STANDINGS 1. Carroll............................... 122 2. North Polk ........................ 113

3. OGDEN ............................ 78 4. Adel-DeSoto-Minburn ...... 72.5 5. Winterset .......................... 57.5 6. Des Moines North ............ 56 7. Prairie City-Monroe .......... 41 8. Eddyville-Blakesburg ....... 17

Here’s how the Bulldogs finished: 100 METER DASH: Austin Lentz, 1st, 11.51; Owen Haberer, 7th, 11.79. 200 METER DASH: Lentz, 1st, 23.65; Aleks Kester, 8th, 24.50. 400 METER DASH: Austin Flynn, 9th, 1:00.72. 800 METER RUN: Sam Elsner, 9th, 2:28.17; Devon Johns, 8th, 2:27.94. 110 METER HURDLES: Nathan McCutchen, 10th, 19.71. 1600 METER RUN: Trey Thompson, 4th, 5:00.66; Andrew Stumbo, 11th, 5:33.92. 3200 METER RUN: Stumbo, 3rd, 10:38.42; Thompson, 4th, 10:38.67. 400 METER HURDLES: Derek Reutter, 5th, 1:05.01; McCutchen, 9th, 1:11.58. 4X100 RELAY: Ogden, 4th, 47.27. 4X200 RELAY: Ogden, 3rd, 1:38.03. 4X400 RELAY: Ogden, 7th: 4:02.52. 4X800 RELAY: Ogden, 3rd, 9:25.27. DISTANCE MEDLEY: Ogden, 7th, 4:14.58. HIGH JUMP: Reutter, 3rd, 5’ 8”. LONG JUMP: Kester, 5th, 18’ 1”. SHOT PUT: Treston Hagen, 2nd, 45’ 6.5”. DISCUS: Andrew Haberer, 11th, 94’ 7”; Trent Ganoe, 15th, 77’ 6”.

Distance medley and 4x100 relays place at Gilbert Ogden’s only points of the night Monday, April 21 at Gilbert came from Kate and Kimmy Christensen, Liz Good and Jenna Sheirbon who teamed up in the 4x100 relay and the distance medley, placing fifth in both events. The crowded field of 15 girls teams was broken out into a Class A and Class B Divisions. Joining Ogden in the B Division were South Hardin, East Marshall, Madrid, West Marshall, Collins-MaxwellBaxter, South Hamilton and GMG Garwin. South Hardin earned 137 points for first place. Monday, April 28, the Ogden teams would go separate ways, the girls north to Humboldt and the boys northeast to Gilbert. The girls will be in Huxley Friday for the Ballard Relays.

Emily Rinehart finished 13 strokes ahead of runner-up Anna Koch of Panorama Tuesday, April 15, carding 43 for medalist at Panorama. Both Panorama and Madrid were short on numbers with just three girls each. Finishing in the 50s for Ogden were Kylie Westberg at 57 and Sveta Hansen, 59. Bailey Porter carded 65, Hannah Carter, 75, and Christine Vinchattle, 80. The winning Panorama boys team consisted of medalist Will Babcock who finished at 38. A pair of Panthers tied for runner-up one stroke back. Leading the Bulldogs was Hunter Longnecker, carding 46. Harry Haglund followed with a score of 54. Zach Waterbury finished at 57; Garrett McDowell, 59; Allen Waterbury, 68; and Logan Sturtz, 71. April 22 - Don Williams Rinehart won a one-hole playoff with teammate Sveta Hansen and claimed medalist honors Tuesday, April 22 at Don Williams. The two Bulldogs scored 46. Once again Ogden’s opponents were shorthanded. Woodward-Granger brought three girls and Des Moines Christian, four. Next low scorer was Westberg, carding 56. Finishing at 62 strokes was Porter. Delaney Tonsfeldt carded 69 and Carter 75.

Bulldog Sveta Hansen lost out to her teammate in a one-hole play-off April 22 at Don Williams.

Boys team Ogden’s Longnecker was just one stroke shy of matching DMC’s Tommy Shisler’s score. Shisler stroked 41 and was runner-up last week. Boys medalist Ryan Minor shot 37 for his Des Moines Christian team who finished in first with a team score of 165. The Bulldogs finished at 189 followed by Woodward-Granger’s 207. Ogden scorers included Brandt Roederer shooting a 46; A. Waterbury, 48; McDowell, 53; Z. Waterbury, 55; and Haglund, 57. Girls at Dayton Weather conditions were perfect when Southeast Webster-Grand hosted last Friday’s meet at Dayton Oak Park near Dayton. Meet medalist Emily Rinehart led the Bulldogs to a first place finish with a low score of 45. Both Southeast Webster-Grand and Ogden had team scores of 241. Glidden-Ralston came in third at 273, Prairie Valley, fourth, 278 and Greene County fifth at 323. Northeast Hamilton and Woodward-Granger also participated but did not have a team score. Ogden’s Kylie Westerg placed fifth overall, finishing the course at 60 strokes. Sveta Hansen came in seven strokes back at 67. Delaney Tonsfeldt carded 69; Christina Vinchattle, 70; and Bailey Porter, 79. Ogden golfers were at Perry Monday night for a co-ed meet. The teams joined Guthrie Center and Van Meter Tuesday at Cedar Pointe in Boone. Watch next week for results.

Allen Waterbury at Don Williams’s Hole No. 3. -Ogden Reporter golf photos

Young golfers gaining experience

TEAM STANDINGS 1. South Hardin .................... 137 2. East Marshall ................... 122 3. Madrid .............................. 97 4. West Marshall................... 96 5. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter .... 56 6. South Hamilton ................ 48 7. GMG-Garwin .................... 28 8. OGDEN ............................ 4

Here’s how the Bulldogs finished: 100 METER DASH: Ellee Laws, 15.29; Kacie Hoskins, 15.56. 200 METER DASH: Sydney Diggs, 29.82; Lillie Longhorn, 32.21. 400 METER DASH: Paige Sohm, 1:19.34. 1500 METER RUN: Blair Williams, 6:33.99. 3000 METER RUN: Williams, 14:26.77. 100 METER HURDLES: Laws, 20.13; Gabrielle Weber, 22.37. 4X100 RELAY: Kate Christensen, Kimmy Christensen, Jenna Sheirbon, Liz Good, 5th, 1:02.12. 4X200 RELAY: Sheirbon, Good, Longhorn, Diggs, 2:12.82. 4X400 RELAY: Sohm, Jackie Lawler, Diggs, Kimmy Christensen, 5:30.20. SPRINT MEDLEY: Sheirbon, Good, Longhorn, Kate Christensen, 2:29.18.

Gabrielle Weber in the 100 meter hurdle event during the Ogden Girls Relays. DISTANCE MEDLEY: Sheirbon, Good, Kimmy Christensen, Kate Christensen, 5th, 5:19.46. HIGH JUMP: Longhorn, 4’ 4”; Laws, 4’ 4”.

LONG JUMP: Diggs, 13’ 5.5”. SHOT PUT: Charlie Klauenberg, 26’ .75”; Maddie Moses, 25’ .25”. DISCUS: Olivia Johnson, 76’ 10.5”; Josie Consier, 69’.

Junior high golfers who participated Saturday, April 19 at Don Williams. Front Row left to right, Sam Roger, Ryan Nicholous, Seth Bishop, Mason Will, Jacob Kathman, Eva Christner, Jaycee McClain. Back row, John Howell, Calvin

S., Noah Snedden, Jacob Hildreth, Jade Thompson, Dane Christner, Carson Hayes. “Looks like some good talent coming up,” said OHS golf coach Randy Johnson. -Photo provided

Show the Bulldogs you are proud of them by displaying good sportsmanship.

PAGE SIX - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Honoring our fallen, one footstep at a time Offering a tribute to all by KEVIN LANGEL Armand Young has met plenty of Americans over the last seven years. Young, who is from Charles Town, West Virginia, has walked from the Santa Monica Pier out in California to Ground Zero in New York City and is now making his way back to California. Last Monday, April 14, he made a stop in Ogden. Young, who is a former fire fighter for the Department of Forestry, started this walk back on April 16, 2007, is walking to honor fallen

soldiers and the victims of Sept. 11, 2001. He is asking everyone that he meets to sign a six foot pole full of American flags. He is asking that whoever signs this pole to do an act of kindness for someone within 24 hours. This act of kindness is Young’s way of honoring a victim of 9/11 or a fallen soldier. “Our soldiers die every day to make this world a better place,” said Young. “Why not give them a little help.” The pole has 536 American flags

attached to it as well as over 200 bandanas. Young stated that he adds another flag to it just about every day. One of the flags alone is only the signatures from police officers and fire fighters who survived 9/11. Currently, Young’s pole of flags has over 571,000 signatures on it. Over 500 of those signatures are from celebrities such as Merle Haggard, pro football players, and even members of the rock band, Korn. Besides a pole of flags, Young has 13 flags that he has sewn patches on.

These patches are from the police and fire departments of the towns that he passes through. He was given an Ogden Police and Fire Department patch. He has over 4,800 of these patches, which he is making into a quilt. Young is hoping to have his walk completed within the next five to eight months. For more information on Young and his walk, you can follow him on Facebook by searching the Human Kindness Walk.

bandsmen in the state

Former Ogden band instructor Jerry Kinney, second from left, was invited to be a part of the recent passing of a resolution at the Iowa House of Representatives. The resolution honors high school band members throughout the state by recognizing May 9 and 10, 2014 as Iowa School Band Days. He was joined by, from left, Michael Richardson, director at Indianola; Ross Leeper, former director of Simpson College, Knoxville and Eagle Grove (now retired) and his wife Shirley; and Representative Scott Ourth, Representative for District 26, of Indianola who sponsored the resolution. Kinney is currently director at Sacred Heart in West Des Moines. -Photo provided

Be sure to check out our website, Ogden Police and Fire Department badges were added to the collection and will later become part of Armand Young’s quilt. -Photos by Kevin Langel

Donovan Olson puts his name on the flag.

Wheelock signs to wrestle at Morningside

Bulldog senior Trevor Wheelock signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Morning Side College in Sioux City. Joining him at the signing ceremony were his Mother Terri, sisters Kami and Maranda, Ogden Coach Brian Reimers (back left) and Morningside wrestling head coach Jake Stevenson (back right). -Photo by Terri Reutter


BOONE COUNTY SUPERVISORS April 16, 2014 Duffy called meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. with all members present. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve April 9, 2014 meeting minutes. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the agenda as posted with addition of discussing health and property and liability insurance. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Board reviewed and placed on file Clerk of District Court Report of Fees Collected for March 2014. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve pay adjustment for Dee Dorsey, Case Manager/Social Worker, County Community Services to $18.52 per hour effective April 28, 2014. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve pay adjustment for Kelly Wooden, Drug Free Communities Coordinator to $20.64 per hour effective April 14, 2014. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve adjustment for Michael R. Peterson, Equipment Operator, Secondary Roads to $21.31 per hour effective April 22, 2014. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to table pay adjustment for Kevin Brown, Director, Veterans Assistance. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Kelly Wooden, Drug Free Community Grant Coordinator, presented a proposal for County Substance Abuse Grant. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve the City of Grand Junction’s request to waive landfill tipping fees on 4 loads for community wide clean up. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve the City of Pilot Mound’s request to waive landfill tipping fees on 2 loads for community wide clean up. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded

motion to approve signing Applications for 2014 Homestead Tax Credits as recommended by Boone County Assessor as follow. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Homestead Credit: Allen and Ruth Engelhart, 810 S. Division St., Boone (Des Moines Township): Matthew W. & Bobbii M. Disbrowe, 1016 Meridian St., Boone; Randal V. $& Emily C. Schieltz, 1604 L Ave., Boone (Marcy Township); Hazel Purtell, 304 Linn St., Boone; Gene R. & Wanda E. Miller, 631A Haws Drive, Ogden; Curtis Wesley Jurgensen, 1012 335th St., Woodward (Peoples Township); James O. & Pamela J. Eaves, 1715 Tama St., Boone; Kelly M. & Jodi J. Pearson, 1612 14th st., Boone; Calvin J. & Wendy L. Brown, 421 Boone St., Boone; Richard J. & Sara Webster, 1440 334th Rd., Woodward (Cass Township); Lowell F. & Karen Kay Roney, 1153 Montana Rd., Boone (Des Moines Township); Tracy Woodlund, 1227 290th St., Woodward (Cass Township); Valerie Gannon, 126 315th St., Perry (Union Township). Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve signing the Class B Beer and Outdoor Service five (5) day license application for T & A Properties LLC. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Discuss and consider the request dated February 11, 2014, from Boone Area Chamber of Commerce for membership dues for 2014. Board contacted Kurt Philips from Chamber of Commerce and explained their position on payment of higher membership dues. Philips will speak with chamber board and see if there is any solution to the higher dues. Teleconference with Scott Ahlgren, National Multiple Sclerosis Society to discuss proposed bike route for MS Society Bike Ride in Boone County on June 21, 2014. The revise route will only have participants crossing Hwy. 17 an E57 in Luther. Sheriff’s Department is willing to supply reserve deputies to allow bigger groups of bicyclists to cross safely. Secondary Roads had no issues with revised route. Bob Kieffer, Co. Engineer & Scott Kruse, Asst. Co. Engineer, met with the Board for a Secondary Road Update. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve Resolution 14-16 –

Designating a STOP Intersection on 224th Lane and Montana Road as follows. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. RESOLUTION NO. 14-16 Designating a STOP Intersection on 224th Ln. and Montana Rd. WHEREAS: The Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of Sections 321.236, 321.255 and 321.345 of the Code of Iowa to designate and Secondary road intersection under their jurisdiction as a STOP intersection and to erect STOP signs at entrances to such intersections, and WHEREAS: Traffic on Montana Rd. is endangered by traffic from the west on 224th Ln. at the intersection located near the E. 1/4 Corner of Section 6, T. 83 N., R. 26 W. of the 5th P.M., Worth Township, Boone County, Iowa. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Boone County Board of Supervisors that the intersection of 224th Ln. and Montana Rd. be controlled by a stop sign. This stop condition will apply to eastbound traffic on 224th Ln. STOP and STOP AHEAD signs shall be erected accordingly at this intersection. Passed and approved this sixteenth day of April, 2014. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the Contract and IDOT Contractors Bond between Boone County and Wicks Construction, Inc. of Decorah, Ia. for Project No.: L-814—73-08 (219th Lane). No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing the Contract and IDOT Contractors Bond between Boone County and Mathy Construction Co, Onalaska, WI for Project STP-SC008(64)—5E-08 (E26, from HWY169 to P70). No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Duffy adjourned meeting at 12:02 p.m. These minutes were approved for publication this twenty-third day of April, 2014. Philippe E. Meier Boone County Auditor Published in The Ogden Reporter Wednesday, April 30, 2014.

Early voting has started Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz is reminding Iowa voters that early voting for the June 3, 2014 primary election started Thursday, April 24. “I hope all eligible Iowans take full advantage of their right to vote by registering to vote and casting a ballot either early in-person, by mail or at the polls on Election Day,” Schultz said. “Every vote counts and it’s important that Iowans participate to make sure their voices are heard.” To vote in Iowa, eligible voters can: • Cast a ballot early by filling out an absentee ballot in-person at their county auditor’s office or at possible satellite locations as designated by the county auditor starting Thursday, April 24 through Monday, June 2. • Request an absentee ballot by mail. • Vote at their designated precinct polling place on Election Day. Registering to vote is easy. Simply download the State of Iowa Official Voter Registration Form from and return it to your local county auditor’s office or visit your local county auditor’s office to fill out a paper copy. Absentee ballots received by the county auditor before 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 3 are eligible for counting. Absentee ballots that are returned by mail and received after the polls close must have a postmark of Monday, June 2 or earlier to be

considered for counting. The Iowa Secretary of State’s office offers a comprehensive app called Iowa SOS available for both Android and Apple devices to ensure voting resources are at voter’s fingertips. From the Iowa SOS app, Iowans can do the following: • Check voter registration information • Fill out the State of Iowa Official

Voter Registration Form • Find the correct polling place for the primary election • Request an absentee ballot • Track an absentee ballot • Set email or calendar reminders for upcoming elections • Report voter fraud • Contact local county auditors • Contact the Iowa Secretary of State’s office

CITY OF OGDEN ORDINANCE NO. 236 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OGDEN, IOWA, 1997, BY AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT BE IT ENACTED by the City Council of the City of Ogden, Iowa: SECTION 1. Sections Modified. Chapter 156, Section 02, Paragraph 1 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Ogden, Iowa, 1997, is repealed and the following adopted in lieu thereof: 156.02 GENERAL PROVISIONS. l. Lands to Which Ordinance Apply. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to all areas having special flood hazards within the jurisdiction of the City of Ogden. For the purpose of this Ordinance, the special flood hazard areas are those areas designated as Zone A on the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for Boone County and Incorporated Areas, City of Ogden, Panel 19015C0175C, dated May 3, 2011, which is hereby adopted and made a part

of this chapter. SECTION 2. Severability Clause. If any section, provision or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity or the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudged invalid or unconstitutional. SECTION 3. When Effective. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the City Council on this 8th day of April, 2014, and approved this 8th day of April, 2014. Dennis Good – Mayor ATTEST: Jennifer Stumbo – City Clerk I certify that the foregoing was published as Ordinance No. 236 on the 30th day of April, 2014. Signed Jennifer Stumbo – City Clerk Published in The Ogden Reporter Wednesday, April 30, 2014.


THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT BOONE COUNTY PROBATE NO. ESPR023727 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF DELBERT E. BRELSFORD, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Delbert E. Brelsford, Deceased, who died on or about March 1, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 1st day of April 2014, the last will and testament of Delbert E. Brelsford, deceased, bearing the date of the 11th day of January, 1995, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Michael C. Brelsford was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 1st day of April, 2014. Michael C. Brelsford Executor of estate 663 335th St. Perry, IA 50220 Lee R. Johnson, ICIS PIN No: AT0003852 Attorney for executor Johnson Law Office, PC 214 W Walnut Ogden, IA 50212 Date of second publication: Wednesday, April 30, 2014.

Ogden in BOONE County, Iowa Ogden City Hall, 513 W. Walnut Street, Ogden, Iowa 50212 7:15 p.m. on May 6, 2014

(hour) (Date) ,for the purpose of amending the current budget of the city for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2014 (year)

by changing estimates of revenue and expenditure appropriations in the following programs for the reasons given. Additional detail is available at the city clerk's office showing revenues and expenditures by fund type and by activity. Total Budget as certified or last amended

Total Budget after Current Amendment

Current Amendment

Revenues & Other Financing Sources Taxes Levied on Property Less: Uncollected Property Taxes-Levy Year Net Current Property Taxes Delinquent Property Taxes TIF Revenues Other City Taxes Licenses & Permits Use of Money and Property Intergovernmental Charges for Services Special Assessments Miscellaneous Other Financing Sources Total Revenues and Other Sources

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

692,927 0 692,927 0 0 151,175 1,100 57,000 458,096 3,263,350 0 578,150 281,825 5,483,623

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19,216 35,476 54,692

692,927 0 692,927 0 0 151,175 1,100 57,000 458,096 3,263,350 0 597,366 317,301 5,538,315

Expenditures & Other Financing Uses Public Safety Public Works Health and Social Services Culture and Recreation Community and Economic Development General Government Debt Service Capital Projects Total Government Activities Expenditures

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

343,614 213,386 7,150 176,501 742,500 233,100 135,700 67,500 1,919,451

0 19,216 0 0 0 47,734 95,496 375,000 537,446

343,614 232,602 7,150 176,501 742,500 280,834 231,196 442,500 2,456,897

Business Type / Enterprises Total Gov Activities & Business Expenditures

24 25

3,252,937 5,172,388

0 537,446

3,252,937 5,709,834

Transfers Out Total Expenditures/Transfers Out Excess Revenues & Other Sources Over (Under) Expenditures/Transfers Out for Fiscal Year

26 27

281,825 5,454,213

95,476 632,922

377,301 6,087,135





Beginning Fund Balance July 1 Ending Fund Balance June 30

29 30

0 29,410

0 -578,230

0 -548,820

Explanation of increases or decreases in revenue estimates, appropriations, or available cash: Revenue increases include reimbursements for paving projects and transfers in for fire truck debt service payment. Increases in expense include billable paving projects, insurance costs, debt service payments for fire truck, capital projects including the quiet zone construction costs, library project construction costs, and transfers for fire truck.

There will be no increase in tax levies to be paid in the current fiscal year named above. Any increase in expenditures set out above will be met from the increased non-property tax revenues and cash balances not budgeted or considered in this current budget. This will provide for a balanced budget.

Donovan Olson City Clerk/Finance Officer

The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - PAGE SEVEN

A lifetime of memories for the OHS Class of 2014 Each year the Ogden Reporter asks OHS seniors and chaperones on the senior trip for their comments about the annual trip to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City. Bus No. 1 BriaN aNd Kristi Christle: This is our second trip to DN/ NYC with the Ogden group. We enjoy watching the senior class bond with each other. The experiences they share will be remembered by all for many years. Our favorite parts of the trip were Gettysburg and “Wicked.” Thanks to all the organizers and the Class of 2014 for great memories. riCK GustafsoN: A trip to remember for a lifetime. Educational and fun. Ogden should be proud of their seniors. Their behavior was exemplary and their attitudes an inspiration. steve satre: Fourth trip for this dad. Reece ’02; Hallie ’06; Thad ’09; and now Zane ’14. . . all special. Hearing Mrs. Grassley reminisce of all her years in DC with her husband, our Senator Grassley, was nice, but I was really impressed by Ally Ryan (’o8 OHS grad) now working in Sen. Grassley’s office and all she has learned. Three dads and Mr. Reimers stood in line for Holocaust Museum tickets in pouring rain under a pink umbrella. The street vendor guy sold a lot of $5 umbrellas! Mr. Reimers finally bought two. Bus 1 driver, Pete, is top of the line fella and our tour guides were quirky and extraordinary. “Wicked” is awesome and Elphaba’s stand in was fabulous - what voices! The Freedom Tower is huge and majestic, but the World Trade Center Memorial pools are stoic and left me chilled by all who perished there Sept. 11, 2001. I’ll never forget. Thank you Ogden. P.S.: Almost forgot Arlington National Cemetery when Grant, Zane, Jared and Shannon presented the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown to the Changing of the Guard and the bugler’s taps. So proud and simply moving to be part of this country’s patriotism. JeNNifer PooCK: Once again another great senior trip for the Poock family. We feel so fortunate to have shared it with both Dylan and Jordan. Of course the Holocaust Museum was a highlight. A big thank you to Brian, Brad and Steve for standing in the rain to get tickets. Although we were all soaked, it was so worth it to see it again. So proud of our seniors this week. It was a joy and experience I will never forget. Carla adreoN: The entire trip was absolutely amazing. I am so lucky to be able to say I have been able to experience this trip as an Ogden High School senior in 1987, in 2012 with my oldest son and now in 2014 with my second child. This is a chance of a lifetime to experience these amazing places. These are places I will probably never get a chance to visit again, but I will have such wonderful memories forever. Thanks Mr. Reimers for letting me meet up with my nephew in Washington, D.C. and getting to share the afternoon with him. Thanks to my roommate, Dustine Peterson for putting up with having to get me up every morning. I really enjoyed this trip with her as a senior in high school and again now 27 years later. You are truly a wonderful friend to put up with me this long. Finally, a great big thank you to Miss Bohr, Mr. Reimers, Mr. Blackmore for making sure that this trip was able to happen and to Mr. Friesen for starting this tradition and truly caring for the students. troy BeNNett: What a great trip Ogden High School provides for their seniors. A wonderful way to cap off their high school years. I will remember this trip with my daughter Kristen and her classmates for a very long time. I really thought the Tomb of the Unknowns was the best part of the trip. I would like to thank the OHS staff for making this a wonderful trip. tammy KiNer: We had an awesome 2014 senior trip. Lots of memories were made for all the seniors, from Gettysburg, Holocaust Museum, “Wicked” to placing a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknowns and the unique tour guides we had. I was lucky to go on the senior trip in 1981 and now to go with my son in 2014. A big thank you to everyone who makes this possible. We are very lucky. Very proud of all the class and how well they represented Ogden High School. douG aNd laurie doraN: Thanks for the opportunity of tagging along again on the senior trip. It was amazing as always. Great vision Mr. Friesen had many years ago. Thanks to all who keep the vision going. Mrs. Grassley was fun as always. The Korean War Memorial, as all the memorials, were humbling. “Wicked” was awesome; the guides and bus drivers amazing. We were given this as a challenge, to think. As we walked and visited so many places where men and women fought and died for our freedom. “What are you doing

a soggy view of the White house and its front lawn.

with your freedom?” Thanks to the 2014 class. A great group of kids. Thanks for the great memories. KristeN BeNNett: The senior trip has been the best thing I’ve done all year. I’ve bonded with all my classmates over this trip and have made so many memories I’ll never forget. ashtoN summerhays: I loved going on the senior trip because it made our whole class bond and get to know each other past what we see at school. I also loved seeing everything in Washington, D.C. and new York City because it gave me a new perspective of what life is like outside of small-town Iowa. Love this trip. JoNathoN thomPsoN: The senior trip was a blast. I really enjoyed seeing Washington, D.C. for a second time and New York City for the first time. Going to New York is quite an experience for kids who have grown up in a small town in Iowa. The two places I enjoyed the most were Arlington Cemetery and the 9/11 memorial. It is amazing how big the cemetery is and it is a humbling experience knowing those soldiers died to protect our right for freedom. I was in kindergarten when 9/11 happened and I still remember that day, so seeing the memorial makes me know I will never forget. What an amazing trip. Betty heNdersoN: The Ogden senior trip has been one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. It gave me memories I’ll carry with me forever. I can’t believe how many things I’ve learned from the chaperones and our great guides. This trip brought our class closer and made us bond with people we many not have been as close to before. I absolutely loved this trip and will never forget it. miKayla WeNGer: This trip was unexplainably amazing. Not only did I get to see and learn about things I have never seen before, but I got to do it with the best classmates, teachers and chaperones. It really opened my eyes to what is out there. Maybe one day I will be able to live in NYC, but that probably wouldn’t last long because I will miss being able to see rows and rows of corn. My favorite parts about this trip were the amazing memorials, especially the Tomb of the Unknowns - breath-taking. The play at Ford’s Theatre, seeing the NYC lights at night and our amazing tour guide Jane. She was in inspiration. This trip will be talked about for years and years to come. It has made me realize how much I will miss my classmates when we graduate and part ways. I am already looking forward to our first class reunion. Jared adreoN: First I would like to thank everyone who started this trip and to those who have kept it going. Every single step we took in Philly, NYC and Washington, D.C. just wowed me. There are no words to describe them other than amazing and breath-taking. I felt our class had started to drift away, but after this trip we came back together. We are blessed to have such good classmates, teachers and chaperones. Ah, and only one day of bad weather. We seemed to never stop running, but it was great to see everything. It was also great to spend time with my mother and cousin in D.C. These cities have inspired me to go out and try new things. I would definitely like to take another vacation in any of the cities or maybe live there a year or two. Hopefully someday I’ll go with my own child. trevor WheeloCK: The senior trip was amazing. I loved being able to bond with everyone and share this experience with the people I’ve know most of my life. And even though I’ve seen/done almost everything on the trip, it

still seems to take my breath away. It was especially cool to be able to see my great, great uncle’s grave at Arlington. sydNey Kruse BishoP: The senior trip was such a great experience. We were exposed to the different cultures of all the cool places we visited. Bonding with all my classmates along the way. We learned so many historic and fun facts about so many neat things this week. I hope to go back to Washington, D.C. and New York many times in the future because they were such great places. It was definitely an amazing senior trip experience. We shall carry these memories with us forever. Thanks to all who made this trip happen. Kori KershNer: The senior trip was an amazing experience and I’m so glad I got this opportunity. Making memories and bonding with the class was the best part. I’ve learned so much on this trip and will hopefully be going back in the near future. I will be talking about this trip for the rest of my life and I’m very thankful to be a part of the Ogden High School senior trip. haNNah myers: The senior class trip was absolutely amazing. I’m so happy we got this opportunity to do all the stuff we did, a lot of firsts for me. And for being a transfer student, I can definitely say I adore everyone in this class for overlooking our differences and making this one of the best weeks of my senior year. austiN BoNNell: The senior trip is something I’ll remember for life. I love history so I was in heaven going to all the historical sites. My favorite was walking and talking to Jane, because she definitely gave us a view from someone living in the city and she made me realize I need to move to a city one day. I’ll definitely miss the Class of 2014. QuiNteN GustafsoN: I think the best part of the trip was walking through Times Square. There were so many lights, it looking like it was daylight out. Another thing I found awesome was touring through Arlington Cemetery and seeing the Tomb of the Unknowns. JordaN PooCK: I can’t even begin to describe how amazing this experience has been. Being given an opportunity to go and see all the things we have seen has been such a blessing. I’ve grown so close to the seniors in my class and couldn’t be happier. This trip has opened my eyes so much. Thank you to everyone who made it possible. CaleB frye: Before I talk about how amazing the senior trip was, I’d like to say thank you to everyone who made it possible for us to go. This trip is something I’ll never forget. I grew closer to my classmates and learned how to survive in the big city. Washington, D.C. was definitely my favorite part of the trip - seeing the Capitol at night was so breath-taking. It made me realize how much we have and to not take it for granted. KoltoN Christle: Aside from the great sights and monuments, the best thing I took from this trip is the relationships I’ve made with some of my classmates I normally wouldn’t have bonded with. This trip gave me an opportunity to become a better friend to the people in my class. I have never felt closer to them. This trip gave me the opportunity to experience big city life and musicals. I also learned a lot from the monuments and museums that you can’t just learn in a textbook. Kody hosKiNs: The senior trip was amazing. I thought it brought our class closer as a whole and matured a lot of people. I thought everyone handled “tiredness” very well. Kyler KiNer: The senior trip is something I’ll never forget. We

were always doing something new so that made it very exciting. I think it brought our class closer together. I had a lot of fun and I think everyone else did too. austiN mCCloud: I had been waiting for the senior trip since I was little. I will never forget it. We made so many memories and grew closer as a class. The sites were amazing and we were always on the move. I can’t wait to go back. haley meister: The senior trip has been an awesome week packed full of history, new experiences and most of all friends. It has been great getting closer to my class as graduation approaches. The week kept us all busy, not wasting one moment. My favorite place was New York City where it seems to be an entirely different culture than small town Iowa. Overall I would recommend this trip to everyone and hope that it continues for years to come. ColtoN thraNe: I’ve really enjoyed this week. I was able to have a lot of fun with my class and also get to learn much about history and a different culture. I really enjoyed that we were able to get so much sight-seeing into such a small amount of time. Although it was quite tiring at times, it was definitely worth it. mattea doraN: I have heard about this trip always from my brothers and sister and knew it was amazing. But, to be there and experience for myself was great. Thanks to all who made me feel so much a part of the class, even though I’m just a junior. It’s hard to pick out what I liked best, but the capitol at night was beautiful, “Wicked” wonderful. I will remember this trip always. moNa satre: The Ogden community and school district should be proud of the unique experience they provide for our seniors. This trip is one of a kind. Thanks to Ms. Bohr and Mr. Blackmore for their leadership. A special thanks to Mr. Reimers for continuing to carry on Mr. Friesen’s educational dream trip. My favorite part was seeing history come alive through the eyes of our seniors as they experience the sights and sounds of the east coast. Thanks for letting me be a small part of your Senior Trip 2014. matt BlaCKmore, ohs PriNCiPal: They say you have to walk in a man’s shoes before you really get to know them. If that is the case, the OHS seniors, parents and staff walked 42 miles in honor of our great former leader Stan Friesen. This week has been an amazing experience for all of us. From the day of departure to the hour of our return, OHS has led by example and class. This past week the seniors took on Washington, D.C. Philadelphia and New York City. Tomorrow they take on the world! Congrats to all our graduates. Make tomorrow count. Bus No. 2 dustiNe PetersoN: Thank you to everyone who makes this trip possible. It is a very busy week but also fun to experience with the kids. My favorite was Arlington Cemetery and the Changing of the Guard. A very humbling experience. The OHS Class of 2014 was commended several times on being an awesome group of kids. And they are! Paul aNd marilyNN heiNemaN: We had an incredible week on your senior trip. We saw where our republic was born and thrives today. Keep the ideals alive in you as you move forward in your lives and endeavors. Best wishes. Chris duNCaN: What an amazing trip. The Class of 2014 represented Ogden well and I am very proud of them. It was a week that many memories were made and something that won’t ever be

forgotten. Thank you so much to all who made this trip possible. BraNdt roederer: Thanks to the tour guides who told us about the great sights and thank you classmates for making this week the best I could ever imagine. ColtoN WriGht: This trip was amazing. Big thanks to all who planned it and made it possible and thanks to the Leonard Good Trust for helping with some of my payment. Of course a thank you to the teachers and my classmates at Ogden High School. You’ve all made this trip wonderful and I’m glad I got to meet everyone of you. lisa Kieffer: This trip was incredible. The Class of 2014 represented Ogden well. We saw so much history in one week. Thanks to everyone who made it possible, especially the Leonard Good Trust, Ogden schools and the Ogden Community for supporting all the fundraisers. GarNer roGillio: This trip was fantastic. Visiting these cities was truly an eye-opening experience. Seeing what these cities had to offer truly brought the things we have learned in school into perspective. mallory melChert: This trip was amazing. Seeing what you learn about in person is really eyeopening. We are so blessed to have been able to experience this. We can’t thank everyone enough who made this trip possible. ZaCh alleN: Awesome trip. I had a lot of fun. Being able to see the capital and one of the biggest cities in America was truly amazing. KeNdall shaW: This trip was super and a lot of fun. I’m glad I got the chance to take the trip. JessiCa PaulsoN: Had a lot of fun until I got rained on - all the walking, but it was so cool to see everything. uNKNoWN: I had some pretty high expectations for this trip and we surpassed all of them. Through the ups and downs, I’m happy to have gotten the chance to experience it. JustiN moore: This trip was nice. It was a chance to make up with old friends. And it’s our last time as a class together. But overall, it was a great trip. Jeshua vaN siCKle: There is no better way to visit D.C. and New York City than with your fellow seniors before graduation. The trip itself was spectacular - the sites, the friends and especially the experience. I am proud to say that this trip will stand as a highlight among all the great memories I have Ogden to thank for. GraNt heiNemaN: The trip was awesome. It’s amazing how we got to go as many places as we did. If you didn’t learn anything on this trip, I don’t know what is wrong with you. I had a great time with friends and learned a lot. Kara Kieffer: Thank you to everyone who contributed to this trip and made it possible. It gave us the opportunity to bond with classmates we normally aren’t close with; gain more knowledge and learn more about history than we ever thought imaginable. delaNey toNsfeldt: A big thank you to all who made this trip possible. Literally, no better way to spend time as a class and get closer right before graduation. This trip was incredible. audra Burt: I had a blast on the trip. We, as a class, got a lot closer. Graduation is coming up and the trip helped. I’m going to miss my classmates. Casey PetersoN: This trip was amazing. So glad I was able to go and experience it all. I feel like this class got a lot closer during the week. I definitely will go back to D.C. at some point in my life. shaWN heaNiNG: I had a blast on this trip and got a lot closer with my classmates. I’m glad I transferred to Ogden and got to experience all of this with amazing people. aaroN NiGro: This trip made me love America even more. I am so happy our class has come so close. I love you all. KolBy muNsoN: This trip was amazing and gave me different outlooks on people I knew before and never talked to. I’m glad I made the choice to come and experience the big city . . but Iowa will always hold the biggest place in my heart. BethaNy ColBert: This

trip was amazing. I had a blast. I’m glad I had the chance to go. We got so close as a class. uNKNoWN: I’m glad I got to go on this trip and experience all that I did. I can now say I have at least one new memory of every single one of these amazing people. ColtoN BoGGess: I had so much fun on this trip. I had never seen anything like those cities and probably will never go back, so I’m glad I got the opportunity to do so. It was also fun having a suite! shaNNoN WirtZ: This trip was by far the best thing I have ever experienced. I can’t believe it came and went already. Thank you Class of 2014 for a great week. I wouldn’t have wanted to spend this time with anyone else. I am so blessed. heNry haGluNd: The senior trip is a major learning experience. It allows students from the heart of small town Iowa to see many things they might not have the opportunity to see otherwise. We get to see many of the things we have been studying since elementary school. It is a great thing to help students who are getting ready to enter the world to learn of what is out there. BrooKe duNCaN: The trip was amazing. Thanks to everyone who made this trip possible. It was such a great learning experience. I’m so glad I got to take this trip with my class. So cool going to all of the sites. Thanks Class of 2014. Kay detWeiler: I went as a guest on this trip. The Ogden Class of 2014 is a well-mannered and very respectful group of students and a group I was proud to be part of. This was my first visit to all the sites and it was everything I thought it would be. olivia JohNsoN: I was very privileged to have been a part of this trip. Overall it was an amazing experience to be able to see first hand the incredible history of our country. You see it in a different light when standing where history happened and it makes you realize how lucky we are to live in the country we do. It was an amazing opportunity to spend this time getting to know my classmates and talking to people I never would have before. aliCe ColBert: It was a very exciting and educational trip. A trip that I was proud to be part of. Congratulations to the seniors of 2014. You are a great class. tammy WirtZ: This trip was an awesome experience to share with my daughter and sister. So much to see and do. Loved watching the students dancing on the cruise. I pray they will cherish the memories. Thanks to Brian Reimers and Teri Bohr for keeping us all together. deB mCdoWell: On this trip I got to see places I have always wished to see. They are now checked off my bucket list. That I got to share this with Tammy and Shannon makes it very special. susaN haGluNd: I am very proud of the students of OHS who represented our little Iowa town across the country. I was impressed by the knowledge the students brought with them, the attentiveness they had to learn new information and respect they showed the guides, the parents and each other. It was fun to reconnect with students I had known as elementary kids, who are now becoming adults. It was fun seeing the students experience things they had never done before - a play at Ford’s Theatre, a show on Broadway and big city life. Many kids said they never knew they would like “the culture” as much as they did. This trip proved to be a trip of a lifetime and I’m proud to have experienced it with the Class of 2014. We are blessed to have such caring and dedicated educators at OHS. Bill roederer: Wow! What another great experience with a group of young ladies and gentlemen representing Ogden High School and the Ogden community in a tremendous way. It never ceases to amaze me how mature and wellmannered these young people are. This community should be very proud. Great job by Brian Reimers, Teri Bohr, Matt Blackmore and Vickie Anderson for making this trip happen. It is the best experience a high school student could ever have. Keep it going for those young people and those families who have yet to experience the time of their lives.

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Monday, April 21 7:41 a.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle. 12:44 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a neighbor dispute at 620 W. Walnut St. The officer spoke with all parties involved and advised them to leave each other alone. 3:04 p.m.: Officer was asked to check on the welfare of an Ogden resident. The subject was fine. 6:11 p.m.: Officer removed an item from the roadway at S. 1st and Veterans Dr. 8:32 p.m.: Officer received a report of a reckless driver that was eastbound on Walnut St. and continued out of town on 216 th. The officer was unable to locate the vehicle. Tuesday, April 22 12:08 p.m.: Officer responded to Howe Elementary School for a child that was out of control. 6:00 p.m.: Officer assisted subject with trying to gain access to her

residence. Wednesday, April 23 11:25 a.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 call. The resident denied making the call, so there must be a problem with phone. 3:35 p.m.: Officer was asked to return a phone call to subject in regards to gaining access into a property that she owns. 5:06 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a hitchhiker that was eastbound on 220th St. and was under the H Ave. bridge. The subject had gotten a ride before officer arrived. 7:50 p.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 call. The resident said she didn’t make the call, so there must be a problem with the phone. Thursday, April 24 5:45 a.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County Ambulance. 5:20 p.m.: Officer spoke with

homeowner about securing doors of a refrigerator sitting outside of residence or taking the doors off. 6:00 p.m.: Officer responded to a reported domestic situation at 1st and Walnut St. This was a verbal argument only and no charges were filed. 6:10 p.m.: Officer received a report of a possible intoxicated driver westbound on 216th from Boone. The officer located the vehicle in the 600 block of E. Walnut. The driver was not intoxicated. 8:20 p.m.: Officer received a report of juveniles riding on top of vehicle. The officer was unable to locate anyone near the cemetery. Friday, April 25 3:45 p.m.: Officer received a report of some speeding vehicles in the 300 block of S.E. 4th St. 5:36 p.m.: Officer received a report of a possible intoxicated driver on Highway 30. Officer located the driver and he was okay.

10:25 p.m.: Officer investigated a possible intoxicated driver on 216th Dr. Driver was okay. Saturday, April 26 2:34 p.m.: Officer investigated burglary of a garage at 431 E. Sycamore St. 5:05 p.m.: Officer investigated a parking complaint at the Ogden High School. 5:20 p.m.: Officer removed a road hazard at S. 1st and Division St. 10:50 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of a careless driver in the 400 block of S.E. 4th St. Sunday, April 27 12:40 a.m.: Officer removed a road hazard in the 500 block of N. 1st St. 12:43 a.m.: Officer received a complaint of a careless driver on Highway 30. Officer located the vehicle and spoke to the driver. 9:51 a.m.: Officer received a complaint of a loose dog in the 200

block of S.W. 7th St. PSA: We took back 29 pounds of old medication during our take back event. These charges are merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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