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Garner Asset Project
GARNER – Garner Asset Project will meet Thursday, June 12 12 noon to 1 p,m, at St. Paul Lutheran Church. GAP is a coalition of youth and adults working together to build healthy communities through collaboration and education. All interested persons are welcome.
Klemme Shamrock Reunion
KLEMME - Anyone who attended Klemme Community Schools or are invited to the all-school Klemme Shamrock Reunion and dance party, Saturday, June 21, beginning 6 p.m. at the Duncan Community Hall. The free will donation will help to defray the cost. The public is welcome to attend.
Harkin aide to visit Hancock County
Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) announced today that his aide, Tom Larkin, will visit Hancock County on Thursday, June 19, as part of a summer tour highlighting Harkin’s partnership with Iowa communities through the years. Larkin will be at the Garner City Hall, 135 West 5th, at 10:45 a.m. The “In the Footsteps of History” tour will include all Iowa counties and feature local projects aimed at keeping Iowa communities healthy and safe, keeping communities thriving through targeted education, research, and economic development projects and promoting local agriculture and conservation, while mitigating disasters. Larkin will meet with local officials at Garner City Hall to discuss how public recreation facilities made possible by federal funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Park Service have benefitted the community. “Building new parks and recreational facilities promotes local tourism and provides great venues for Iowans to exercise and enjoy themselves,” said Senator Harkin. “With its zero-depth entry, the pool is also accessible for those Iowans with disabilities. I look forward to learning about how this new recreation facility has benefitted Hancock County.”
Primary elections in Hancock County on June 8 included a contested race on the Republican Party ballot for Hancock County Recorder. Tracy Marshall won the GOP nomination for Hancock County Recorder. Marshall has worked in the Recorder’s office for five years, the last four as Deputy Recorder. Marshall received 651 votes in the Primary. Her opponent, Nicole Bruggeman received 261 votes. Both candidates are from Klemme. “Thank to everyone who got out to vote,” Marshall said. “It’s nice to know you have that much support in the county.” Voters will elect two to the Hancock County Board of Supervisors in November. Florence “Sis” Greiman of Garner and Ron Sweers of Britt are Republican Party candidates. Greiman, seeks a fourth term as supervisor. She received 747 votes during the primary. Ron
Sweers received 608 votes. Their Democratic opponent is incumbent supervisor Ted Hall, Forest City. Hall, who was unopposed in the Democratic Primary, received 106 votes. He is running for a third term on the Board of Supervisors. State Rep. Henry Rayhons, Garner, was unopposed in the Republican Primary for GOP nomination for District 8 State Representative. He will face Nancy Paule Huisinga of Clarion in the fall. District 8 includes Hancock, Wright and most of Kossuth County. Rayhons received 784 votes in Hancock County; 699 votes in Wright, and 267 votes in Kossuth. On the Democratic ballot, Huisinga received 101 votes in Hancock County; 68 votes in Wright; and 61 votes from Kossuth voters. Unofficial Election Results With few contested elections, voter turnout for the June 3 Primary was light. A total 1,089 of the county’s 8,019 registered voters participated in the election.
ballot for the November 4 General Election.
Tracy Marshall Of that number, 114 persons voted on the Democratic ballot. A total 975 persons cast a Republican Party ballot. Unofficial results from the 2014 Primary Election are listed below. The Board of Supervisors canvassed the election on Monday. An *asterisk denotes incumbent candidates. Primary election winners from both parties will be on the
- Nicole Bruggeman -261, Tracy Marshall – 649, write-in – 1 County Attorney - Write-in – 27
Republican Party U.S. Senator (Vote for 1) Sam Clovis – 226, Joni Ernst – 355, Mark Jacobs – 262, Scott Schaben – 22, Matt Whitaker – 44, write-in – 1 U.S. Representative District 4 *Steve King - 837, write-in – 7. Governor of Iowa (vote for one) *Terry E. Branstad – 729, Tom Hoefling -195, write-in -2 Secretary of State - Paul D. Pate - 750, write-in – 1. Auditor of State - Mary Mosiman – 729, write-in – 1 Treasurer of State - Write-in – 26 Secretary of Agriculture - Bill Northey*- 813, write-in – 1 Attorney General - Write-in – 30 State Rep. District 8 - Henry V. Rayhons* – 784, write- in – 12 Board of Supervisors (Vote for 2) - Sis Greiman* – 747, Ron Sweers – 608, write-in – 29 County Treasurer- Deborah D. Engstler* – 831, write-in – 7 County Recorder (Vote for 1)
Democratic Party U.S. Senator - Bruce Braley – 104, write-in – 1 U.S. Representative District 4 Jim Mower – 100, write-in – 1 Governor of Iowa - Jack Hatch – 101, write-in – 1 Secretary of State - Brad Anderson - 102 Auditor of State - Jonathan Neiderbach – 102 Treasurer of State - Michael L. Fitzgerald* - 104 Secretary of Agriculture - Sherrie Taha – 99, write-in - 2 Attorney General - Tom Miller* - 106, write-in – 1 District 8 State Rep. - Nancy Paule Huisinga – 101, write-in – 1 Hancock County Supervisor Ted D. Hall* - 106, write-in - 3 County Treasurer - Write-in – 8 County Recorder - Write-in - 21 County Attorney - Write-in - 8
Splash! Pool opens for the summer
Opening day for the 2014 season at the Garner Aquatic Center was Wednesday, June 4. Dozens of youngsters (and their parents) took advantage of free swimming for the day and plunged into summertime fun. Regular open swim hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1-5 p.m. and 6:30 – 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday – 1-8 p.m.; and Sunday – 1 – 6:30 p.m. (Rebecca Peter / The Leader)
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The former bank building on Main Avenue has been a topic of discussion among the Britt City Council for more than two years. Former mayor Jim Nelson is planning to form a committee that will try to save and restore the nearly century old structure
Council discusses bank, group hopes to save structure Emilie Jenson
email@example.com The Bank Building on Main Avenue remained the focus of the Britt City Council during their regular meeting Monday, June 2. Former Britt Mayor Jim Nelson told the council he held a meeting in May to discuss plans for the building and ideas for its use if a group of interested citizens could acquire it. “We have several people who have signed up to be on a committee to make a proposal,” said Nelson. “We want to organize and raise money.” Nelson told the council the group plans to organize and become a non-profit organization to be able to get grants to help save and renovate the building. “To be able to get grants we need to get our non-profit,” said Nelson. Nelson said several ideas were given on uses for the building, but one of the most highly suggested ideas was to convert the building
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into a hotel. “We would like to become a non-profit organization that might eventually make an offer on the building and restore it,” said Nelson. “That can take time, that is why we are getting started now. We can’t get any grants until we own it.” Nelson had intended to ask the council for funding, but no motion was made to assist the group. Nelson said he would continue to update the council on the group’s status. Councilman Mike Ostercamp said he would like to see the building saved, but that the council needs to hear from someone with a definite plan and funding before he would commit to the efforts. “I’m not willing to commit until someone comes here and has the dollars on the table,” he said. “I can’t do that, until we have someone who says ‘here is my plan and here are my finances.’ I am for saving it but the city can’t be the owner and BRITT COUNCIL to page _
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Friday, June 13 Dedication of Garner’s new Showmobile from 6 to 8 p.m. at Central Park. Author Thomas Maltman will be discussing his All Iowa Reads selection “Little Wolves” with the “Between the Covers” Bok Group in the afternoon at the Britt Public Library. Saturday, June 14 Family Fun Day in Britt. Pheasants Forever Kids Day from 9am to Noon at the Walking Eagle Marsh (1970 340th St Forest City, IA) 1.5 miles East of Golf Course on south side of road. Participants must be accompanied by an adult. The event is free. Halfway to Heaven Scholarship Bike Ride and Golf Outing. Sunday, June 15 Klemme’s ‘125 Years of Everlasting Love’ Joint Praise Choir at 7 p.m. at the Klemme UMC. Sunday, June 15 Handbell soloist Sue Garton will perform at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Garner at the 9 a.m. service. June 16-19 Vacation Bible School at Zion E&R Church in Garner. Wednesday, June 18 Common Threads quilt group will meet at 9 a.m. at the Britt Public Library. This group is open to all. This will be a Sew and Tell meeting. Thursday, June 19 Britt Library’s Summer Reading Program “Fizz Boom Read!” kicks off with The Blank Park Zoo presenting a children’s program. This is free and all are welcome. St. Paul Lutheran Church LWML Salad Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (810 State St., Garner) Saturday, June 21 ACS Relay for Life of Hancock County at GHV High School Track.
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Hanging flower baskets and planting day lilies were the latest additions beautifying the boulevard on State Street this spring. Volunteers who helped with the project were: (front) Grace Gorder, Colton Gorder, Heather Gorder, Randy Lansing, Deb Schmidt, (standing) and Linda Webner. Carl Young will again water the plants for the season. Earl Webner, Alex Webner and Bryan Gorder also assisted. (Rebecca Peter / The Leader)
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Britt pool open for summer
The Britt Aquatic Center is now open for the 2014 season. Hours are 1-8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday weather permitting. (Emilie Jenson / The Leader) T.J. VanCleave, of Hanlontown, bags up some of his fresh asparagus at the Britt Farmers Market. The market will be held in the park behind Britt City Hall every Wednesday beginning at 3 p.m. through early October. (Emilie Jenson / The Leader)
Farmers market is underway in Britt Emilie Jenson
firstname.lastname@example.org A cool, wet spring kept many gardeners from getting their crops in as soon as they wanted, but that didn’t keep them away from the first Britt Farmer’s Market of the season Wednesday afternoon. Everyone’s gardens are a little behind this year,” said Julie Sweers, coordinator of the Britt Farmer’s Market. “They aren’t quite up to speed yet.” Right now, plenty of radishes, asparagus and rhubarb are in season, Dan Lauters, of rural Garner said. He had bundles of asparagus and rhubarb for sale at his stand at the market along with fresh spinach, kale and lettuce. Lauters grows about an acre of produce near Miller and said he will have plenty to offer as the growing season progresses. “I’ll have about 50 different vegetables this year,” he said. “I’ll have seven varieties of squash later in the season, a few kinds of pumpkins, four varieties of watermelon. There will be potatoes and soup beans, pod peas, and lots of sweet corn. You name it we probably have it, and everything I sell comes right from my garden. Lauters said he will be back as often as he can this summer. “I just love coming to Britt,” he said. “I like being able to provide good food for good people.” Sweers sells a variety of baked goods, craft items and homemade soup mixes for now, but said she will offer produce when her garden is ready. “We do a little bit of everything here,” she said. T.J VanCleave, of Hanlontown, said he tries to get to a few local markets every summer. He was offering potted plants, decorative planters, and tomatoes at Wednesday’s market, but also said he will have more to offer as his garden matures. “I’ll be here for the season,” said VanCleave. “We will have all the
different vegetables as they become ready.” The Britt Farmers market is state certified and can accept WIC and senior farmer’s market produce checks. “There are state laws and guidelines we have to meet,” said Sweers. “We have to be certified to accept WIC and
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by U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley Q: Why celebrate Flag Day? A: Flag Day observes the anniversary of the adoption of the “Stars and Stripes” on June 14, 1777, as the national flag of the United States of America. The alternating red and white stripes represent the 13 original colonies. The white stars reflected the “new constellation” as observed by John Adams at the Continental Congress. For more than two centuries, Old Glory has united Americans in times of war and peace, serving as an inalienable symbol of freedom, patriotism and civic purpose. The majestic presentation of the red, white and blue, from classrooms to cemeteries, sports arenas, courtrooms, front porches and town squares serves as a visible salute to those who have fought to defend individual liberty, freedoms, self-governance and our American way of life. Singing the National Anthem and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance are common rituals that bring together classmates, teammates, friends and neighbors. Every year on June 14, Flag Day offers an opportunity for households, businesses and communities across the country to display the flag and show unity to our unique heritage. Displaying the flag also pays tribute to America’s fallen heroes, members of the Armed Forces and our veterans who have defended liberty and justice in service and sacrifice to our nation so that we may live as a free people in a free society. Q: What does the U.S. flag symbolize? A: For generations of Americans and freedom-loving people around the world, the U.S. flag symbolizes independence from tyranny. Since the Declaration of Independence in 1776, Americans have laid down their lives, sacrificing blood and treasure to defend the sacred principles upon which our nation was founded. Seventy summers ago, Americans led Allied Forces to storm the beachheads of Normandy to liberate a continent under siege. Young men in uniform, many of whom were scarcely past puberty, accepted a mission borne with
the gravest of risks. Holding fast to the courage of their convictions, the grace of Providence and the blessings of faith, family and fraternity, these freedom fighters scaled the cliffs, launched a hazardous amphibious assault and stormed the shoreline under an unimaginable hailstorm of enemy artillery. Bound by love of country, duty, loyalty and honor, the bravest of the brave changed the course of history on the early morning hours of June 6, 1944. Thanks in large measure to their courageous service, the D-Day Invasion paved a path to peace and prosperity for posterity. Let us not forget their sacrifice or the sacrifices of those who would follow in their footsteps, wearing the uniform with honor and distinction in service to our country to defeat the evils of tyranny and hatred. Upholding the noble goodness of their cause calls for a renewed commitment to a common purpose. Old Glory represents the sacred ideals that galvanize us as a nation, from our darkest hours to our greatest triumphs. Let us lead by example so that our youngest generations will embrace the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Seven decades ago, the heroes of D-Day lit the lamp of liberty halfway around the world. Let us make sure it continues to shine brightly for generations to come. Be strong stewards of our system of self-governance. Vote. Volunteer. Make a difference through public or military service. Embrace our system of free enterprise as a job creator, entrepreneur and productive member of the taxpaying public. On Flag Day and every day in between, let’s make good on the everyday responsibilities of citizenship and fulfill our debt of gratitude to the extraordinary sacrifice of those who have given above and beyond the call of duty. Iowans may order a U.S. flag to be flown over the U.S. Capitol on a specific date through Senator Grassley’s office. Payments and orders should be made six weeks prior to the flying date requested. To make a request, go to www.grassley.senate.gov. Click on Constituent Services to download the flag order request form.
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I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with Nintendo. They’ve made some of the greatest games ever created. Their characters are among the most recognizable in the world. And yet, they can be incredibly dumb sometimes. Their current system, the Wii U, is meant to compete with Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. This in spite of the fact that the system is nearly two years old and running on technology that was barely up to the industry standards of the previous generation. But “behind the times” doesn’t just describe the Wii U. It appears to be Nintendo’s company motto. In the age of Internet gaming, Nintendo’s online infrastructure is almost embarrassing. In 2012 Nintendo came up with the Nintendo Network ID, which finally brought Nintendo’s online social experience up to the standard set by Microsoft’s Xbox Live in 2002. And while it’s possible to purchase games digitally from Nintendo’s E-Shop, the fact that those games become locked to the console you buy them on shows Nintendo truly doesn’t understand the full potential of the Internet. In comparison, I could go to any random PC with an Internet connection, log on to Steam, and download anything I’ve ever bought. If my computer explodes, my library and even some of my game saves will still be there waiting for me when I get my next computer up and running. On the other hand, if my 3DS explodes, I lose not just it, but every game I’ve downloaded onto it.
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Nintendo has even been slow to adapt to the world of video game streaming. The number of people who watch other people play video games doubled from 2012 to 2013. Twitch. tv reaches 45 million unique viewers per month. YouTube videos of people playing games are, by far, the largest audience builders on the site. So naturally, Nintendo has gone out of their way to alienate as many of those people as possible. First by strong-arming ad revenue away from the people who showcase their games on YouTube, then by attempting to shut down last year’s “Super Smash Bros.” tournament at the annual Evo convention. Backlash caused them to retract their demands and the tournament generated a record-breaking 100,000 concurrent viewers. So is Nintendo hopeless? Well, not quite. There is hope. In fact, in the last year or so it seems that Nintendo has realized that it isn’t 2004 anymore. The newly released “Mario Kart 8” allows players to upload replays of their races directly to YouTube. Granted, that’s a far cry from the sharing features of the Xbox One or PS4, but at least it shows that Nintendo is aware of YouTube’s significance among their audience. Another positive sign is the upcoming “Super Smash Bros.” game. Although the game has been played competitively for years, Nintendo has
never really embraced that community. Until now. Along with the latest version of the game including features dedicated to the hardcore crowd, by the time this column sees print Nintendo will have hosted the first Super Smash Bros. Invitational. Sixteen of the top Smash Bros. players will compete in the first authorized contest, streamed live on Twitch.tv. Nintendo has a long way to go to get out of the tailspin they are in. Some of their problems, like the inferior technology of the Wii U, are just things they’re going to have to deal with for the time being. Other problems, like the Wii U’s $299 price point and the unnecessarily necessary game pad, have solutions, but they will be painful in the short run. But more than anything else, Nintendo needs a heavy dose of reality. This is nothing new. Nintendo has been their own worst enemy since 1996 when the company stubbornly chose to stick with expensive cartridges to contain their games when its competitors moved on to CDs. The best thing Nintendo can do at this point is take a page out of Microsoft’s book. Listen to what the user-base wants, and give it to them. Travis Fischer is a news writer for Mid-America Publishing and will probably break down and get a Wii U once the new Zelda is announced.
Summer sports, academics and legislature
With spring sports wrapped up for another year, the summer sports season has arrived. Congratulations to our spring athletes who represented their schools so well at track, tennis, soccer, and golf competitions across the district and at State. I am looking forward to following this summer’s high school baseball and softball teams as well! There is certainly no shortage of talent in our high school athletic programs. Likewise, there is no shortage of talent in the area of academics either. I’ve enjoyed reading about the many scholarships and awards our recent graduates have received. As these young Iowans make preparations for life beyond high school, it’s exciting to think about all of the opportunities that await them. I’m so pleased the Legislature was able to freeze tuition at our public universities for the second straight year, provide additional funding for our community colleges, and increase opportunities for Iowans who wish to attend one of Iowa’s independent colleges. I am also hopeful some will take a look at the available apprenticeship programs in the state. This past session, we invested $2.75 million to help businesses offset the cost of training new apprentices. More and more people are discovering there are great careers to be had in the skilled trades industry, and speaking from personal experience- when your home gets struck by lightning, you’ll be glad to have a skilled electrician in the area! Regardless of the chosen path, it’s encouraging to know that when these
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young grads are ready to enter the Iowa workforce, good jobs will be available. Iowa’s latest unemployment rate has dropped to 4.3 percent, and employers are still consistently telling me they continue to be in need of more strong, highly-skilled, well-trained workers. These young Iowans are the future leaders of our communities. We want to encourage them to stay in Iowa, not only by passing legislation to promote job creation, but also by making it more affordable to buy a home and raise a family in our state. This year the House passed a bill that would help Iowans interested in purchasing their first home, save money in order to do so. The legislation would have established a first-time home buyers savings account to help individuals save money for a down payment and other costs related to buying a home. That savings, up to $3000 per person or $6000 per couple per year, could be deducted from the state income tax for up to 10 years. While the bill did not make it to the Governor’s desk this session, I believe it is a concept that deserves more work next year. Again, congratulations to the Class of 2014. I look forward to following your continued success and wish you all the best as you begin your next
chapter. Thank you to everyone who exercised their constitutional right by voting in this year’s primary election. More specifically, while I did not have an opponent, I’d like to thank all of you who supported me. It is an honor to represent you in the Statehouse and I look forward to continuing to serve this district. As always, please do not hesitate to contact me at linda.upmeyer@legis. iowa.gov or 515-281-4618 with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have.
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DTaP series your child received when they were younger • The Meningococcal vaccine protects against the bacteria that causes meningitis • The HPV vaccine is a three shot series given over a six month period which protects girls from cervical cancer, anal cancer, and genital warts. It also protects boys from anal cancer and genital warts. • Flu vaccine annually Ages 13-18 - If your child has not received any of the vaccines he/she should have received at his 11-12 visit they can be given now. • Meningococcal vaccine #2 is now recommended as a booster at age 16 • Flu vaccine annually As of the 2013-14 school year the Tdap vaccine is required prior to entering the 7th grade. If you would like to submit a healthcare question, visit www.trustHCHS. com and select Contact Us at the bottom of the home page or call 641-8435150. As an integrated health system, Hancock County Memorial Hospital, Garner Rehabilitation Clinic and the Medical Clinics in Britt, Garner, Kanawha and Wesley, work together focusing on patients’ needs and delivering the right care at the right place at the right time.
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PEOPLE & EVENTS
The Leader • Wednesday, June 11, 2014
GHV Delegates chosen for Boys State / Girls State Marciniak, Hanson families welcome baby girl
Crystal Marciniak and the late Ben Hanson of Garner are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Rayann Lee Hanson, on May 27, 2014. Rayann arrived weighing 7 pounds and 8 ounces at Iowa Specialty Hospital in Clarion. Rayann is welcomed at home by
Tiara Van Gerpen
Two from Garner to attend Girls State Rebecca Peter
firstname.lastname@example.org GARNER – Two Garner-Hayfield/Ventura students were selected as delegates to the Iowa Girls State, June 15-20 on the campus of Iowa State University, Ames. They were selected by the Gifford Olson Post of the American Legion Auxiliary in Garner. Riannan Kadrlik, daughter of Dan and Lori Kadrlik, and Tiara Van Gerpen, daughter of Paul and Traci Van Gerpen, will be seniors at Garner-Hayfield/ Ventura Community School. Riannan is a member of Teen Council, Girl Scouts, soccer, concert choir, and color guard at GHV. She plans to attend college. Tiara participates in the GHV band, choir, speech, and cheerleading squads. She is also a member of the GHV cross-country, basketball, track, soccer, and softball teams. She is an active member of her church youth group. She plans to attend college after high school is considering pre-med as a course of study. Iowa Girls State is one of the premier programs sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Girls state started over 66 years ago to teaching young women about the political process. Girls State is a “learning by doing” program, which takes the girls through the entire political process. It covers city government, which is non-partisan in Iowa. Each citizen is assigned to a floor, which is her city for the week. Early in the week, the girls elect their mayors and city councils, transact city business, pass city ordinances and work on a city project for judging later. They are divided into political parties and campaign to get their party’s candidates elected. By the end of the week, delegates have elected county and state officials. On Friday evening, inauguration is held which includes the closing of the final joint session of the House and Senate, the installation of the Governor and her officials, and many scholarships are awarded and the Girls Nation Senators are announced. During the week, the American Legion Auxiliary President speaks about the various Auxiliary programs and there are several speakers on a variety of subjects.
Chizek and Neuberger selected for Boys State
Two Garner-Hayfield/Ventura students were selected by the American Legion to participate in the 2014 Boys State event to be held at Camp Dodge in Johnston, June 15-20. Michael Chizek will be a senior at GHV in the fall. He is the son of Kenneth and Cyndi Chizek. Michael served as a junior class officer as well as a member of choir, football, marching and jazz bands, and National Honor Society. Dane Neuberger will also be a senior in the fall. He is the son of Kerry Neuberger and the late David Neuberger II. Dane participated in mock trial, choir, concert band, and drama. He also served as the statistician for the girl’s basketball team. Iowa American Legion Hawkeye Boys State is a weeklong “Hands-On” experience in the operation of the democratic form of government, the organization of political parties, and the relationship of one to the other in shaping Iowa government. Through the Boys State objective of “learning by doing”, young men will learn more about city, county and state government in one week than they would in an entire semester of high school. Boys State is an exercise in leading as well as following others. Elections are an opportunity to show the ability to perform under pressure and to show character in the face of victories and/or defeats. Boys State will test skill in solving problems and working effectively within a team. Boys State is an opportunity to gain pride and respect for our form of government and the price paid by people to preserve democracy. The week contains ceremonies and assemblies as well as marching and pageantry. Guest speakers, such Past National Commander of The American Legion David Rehbein, and former director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association Bernie Saggau, along with Iowa government leaders attend each year to offer their vision and advice. Daily flag raising and lowering ceremonies are conducted at Boys State. With over 500 delegates in attendance, Boys State offers an opportunity to meet people who represent Iowa’s diversity in heritage and culture. One of the finest objectives afforded to young men by Boys State are the friendships they will form with other Boys State citizens, many of whom will become lifelong friends.
G-H volunteers honored
Volunteers at Garner-Hayfield elementary were presented certificated in recognition of their service to the school during the final Character Counts assembly for the 2013-14 school year. Volunteers were Janice Bachman, Nellie Bird, Roseanne Boehnke, Ardyth Bredeson, LaVon Brown, Diane Deibler, Dorothy Denny, Kathy Fell, Kathy Gibbs, Bobbie Gifford, Jan Hanna, Linda Holland, Marcia Kluckhon, Marilyn Kral, Nancy Nelson, Marge Oborny, Elaine Olslon, Pat Pool, Linda Ringham, Karen Saeugling, Kathleen Schaeffer and Juanita Stromer. (Submitted photo)
Summer programming underway at Garner Library Summer is here (almost) and that means our summer programming is under way. This year we are exploring all things science with Fizz! Boom! READ! for the kids; Spark a Reaction! for the young adults; and Literary Elements for the adults. A big Thank You to the North Iowa Bulls for helping us kick-off our program last Thursday. There is still time to sign up and enjoy events. Please visit our website, call 923-2850 or stop in to pick up a schedule and to register. See you at the Garner Library this
To the family and many friends of the late John Burgardt, we wish to extend our sincere thanks for all the support we received. Your many acts of kindness and sympathy continue to be a great comfort to us! We also send our gratitude and appreciation to West Hancock Memorial Hospital, West Hancock Ambulance Service, Hospice of North Central Iowa, Cataldo Funeral Home and to Pastor Norm and members of First Lutheran Church.
The John Burgardt Family
summer! Going on a trip this summer? Why not download some free audio books for the drive? You can also download an eBook or two for that relaxing afternoon by the lake. Visit the library’s website (just google Garner Library Iowa) or stop in with your mobile device and we’ll help you get started. All you need is a Garner library card! New Materials: Fiction Atherton, Nancy; Aunt Dimity & the Wishing Well - When a strapping young Australian named Jack Mac-
OPEN HOUSE Bridal Shower to honor
Renee Greiman bride-to-be of Tyler Weisenstein
June 14 • 1:30 - 4 pm Zion Evangelical Reformed Church 760 W 8th St, Garner The bride is registered at Kohls, Target, and A Touch of Country, Britt Bring a recipe for the Bride-to-be
brother Collin, 5, and angel sister Abbigale. Grandparents are Jim and Ann Dugan of Garner, and Ken and Kelly Hanson of Meservey. Great-grandparents are Dewey Jones of California, Vernia Ryerson of Garner, and Harlan and Judy Buseman of Meservey.
Three retiring employees of the Garner-Hayfield School District were recognized for their service to the school district. Cindy Yakel, elementary principal, it retiring after 33 years in education, the past 6 years at Garner-Hayfield. Dave Halvorson was a school bus driver for 18 years. Jane Suby (not pictured) was a member of the kitchen staff for 27 years. (Rebecca Peter / The Leader)
Belmond native announces bid for State Representative CLARION – Belmond native Nancy Paule Huisinga has officially announced
that she will run for State Representative in House District 8. “My family of business owners, farmers, and nurses, taught me the meaning of hard work and helping your neighbors at a young age. I was raised by a single mom who worked up to three jobs as a registered nurse and still found time to volunteer and help others in our community. I’ll take those values with me to the statehouse and be a strong voice for rural Iowa,” said Huisinga. Huisinga was raised in Belmond and now lives in Clarion. She is currently a home health and hospice care nurse and has co-owned and operated a registered daycare in Clarion. She is a graduate of Belmond High School and Iowa Wesleyan College in Mt. Pleasant. “I understand how important quality child care is to working families and I know what it takes to run a successful small business,” added Huisinga. “I’m deeply proud to be raised and live in Wright County but there is more that the state can and must do to help communities like ours thrive and grow. Anyone who works hard should be able to enter the ranks of the middle class. One should not have to be a land owner or a business executive to be middle class in America. My work days in public health are focused on finding services and resources to help Wright County give top quality care to its people economically. I feel that my extensive background and all that I have learned in the healthcare setting as a nurse, will serve the people of District 8 well if I am elected.
7th Annual Salad Luncheon
Bride arrives in Finch to wrap up his late uncle’s affairs, heads turn in the sleepy English village. But when Lori volunteers to help Jack clear out his uncle’s overgrown garden, they discover something even more shocking than a stranger turning up in Finch. Binchy, Maeve; Chestnut Street -
OPEN HOUSE Bridal Shower
Across town from St. Jarlath’s Crescent, featured in Minding Frankie, is Chestnut Street, where neighbors come and go. Behind their closed doors we encounter very different people with different life circumstances, occupations, and sensibilities. GARNER LIBRARY to page 4
COME & GO BRIDAL SHOWER for
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Saturday, June 14 9:30-11 a.m. St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Britt, Iowa
Saturday, June 21 10 a.m. - 12 noon Corwith Community Center 110 Wayne Street Corwith, Iowa
Registered at Swenson’s Hardware, Elizabeth’s on Main, Kohl’s
Registerd at Kohls, Younkers, and Shillington Hardware (Bancroft)
The George Tusha family thanks everyone for the prayers and kind words, memorials, flowers, gifts, cards, and food given to us before and after his death. Special thanks to Fr. Miller, Msgr. Hemann, Cataldo Funeral Home, Hospice, and the veterans for the flag presentation. Mary Lou Tusha Tim & Ellen Tusha & family Tom & Teri Tusha & family Ted & Christa Tusha & family
Thursday, June 19 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Paul Lutheran Church, Garner 50% profit to missions 50% to future LWML projects
OPEN HOUSE Bridal Shower honoring
Suzanne Cazer bride-to-be of
Joshua Olhava Sunday, June 15 3-5 p.m. 9 Wildridge Est. Garner Suzanne is registered at Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond Bring a recipe to share.
$7 tickets at door
NEW LYRIC THEATRE—BELMOND, IA Showing June 13 - 19
X-Men: Days of Future Past
The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants. (Starring: Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman) Shows Daily at 7:30 p.m.
RATED: PG-13 Ticket Prices (every night) Adults - $2.00 15 & Under - $1.00
Thank you for your support! Henry V. Rayhons State Representative Paid for by candidate.
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Wednesday, June 11, 2014 • The
Halfway to Heaven Scholarship Bike Ride and Golf Outing GARNER - Area residents can help uplift some North Iowa students by taking part in the Sixth Annual Halfway to Heaven Scholarship Bicycle Ride and Golf Outing on Saturday, June 14. Outdoor camaraderie, a free lunch and a chance to win prizes are just some of the other delightful aspects to the ride in memory of Bernie Urich, an avid bicyclist and musician who died in a work-related accident June 9, 2008. Proceeds from the event provide annual college scholarships for high school graduating seniors with an interest in music. Participants ride at their own pace on one of three routes, all starting and ending at the Garner Golf and Country Club. Support is provided on all routes. The first 100 registrants will receive a free T-shirt. The planned route options include: a 3-mile leisure “Wimps Ride”; a 10mile “Family Ride” ride on blacktop roads around Garner; and a 30-mile “Lake Lap” ride around Clear Lake and back to Garner. Route maps are available at registration. Breakfast is at 8 a.m.; registration at 8:30 a.m.; and there is a 9 a.m. start for all bike rides. Afternoon events begin with a free lunch at noon for all participants including bikers and golfers. Registration for the golf outing will begin at 1 p.m. at the Garner Golf and Country Club. There will be a shotgun start at 2 p.m. Teams only are asked to participate in the four-person best shot. Registration is limited to 27 teams. Prizes and trophies will be awarded. Participants can also pre-register at www.halfwaytoheaven.org or by calling 641-923-3304. Sponsors include: Zinpro, Wayne’s Ski, Cycle & Fitness, MBT, Corporate Farmer, CL Tel, We Care Chiropractic, Wegner Racing, Stellar Industries, and Kramer Ace Hardware. The bike ride is in memory of Bernie Urich, whose passions were family, friends, singing and biking. The Bernie J. Urich Memorial Music Scholarship was created by his family and friends to honor his dedication to the art of music. Scholarship details are available on the website www.halfwaytoheaven.org. “We have music that we might speak without words,” was one of his favorite sayings. He was the choir director for 12 years at the Garner United Methodist Church and taught Sunday School, Bible School, was past leader of the church youth group and children’s group
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“Pennies from Heaven.” He also was a member of the River City Barbershop Quartet and sang with a gospel quartet “Free Spirit” throughout Iowa. He also loved a good-hearted tease. On June 9, 2008, he was working at a high elevation at his job in Garner. In one last act of good-natured ribbing, he called an office secretary and asked, “Guess where I’m at?” Of course she replied she couldn’t guess what he was up to that time. “I’m halfway to heaven!” he proclaimed with his typical enthusiasm. “This ‘halfway to heaven’ comment has become a source of unity and strength for family and friends.
Garner to dedicate new stage
A Dedication Ceremony for Garner’s new Showmobile will be held Friday, June 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Central Park. The Showmobile is an all-inone mobile professional stage purchased by the Garner Community Center, Inc. to increase interest in expanding the arts and education at community events in the area with opportunities for local talent performances. Garner Community Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization. The Showmobile project will cost $124,510 and has received grants and donations from anonymous donors, the John K. & Luise Hanson Foundation, the Garner Lions, the Duesey Days fund, and the City of Garner totaling $97,000. Applications are still pending on various other grants. Friday’s event will begin at 6 p.m. with dinner for a free-will offering, a ribbon cutting ceremony at 6:30, followed by entertainment by Dog Days Trio (Classic Rock). Bring your lawn chairs, refreshments will be available. The Showmobile will be available to organizations, businesses, and individuals of Hancock County and the surrounding counties. For more information contact the Garner Chamber of Commerce at 641-923-3993 or email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Common Threads to meet June 18
Common Threads, Hancock County’s daytime quilt interest group, will meet at 9 a.m. at the Britt Public library on Wednesday, June 18. This group is an informal group that is open to all. This will be a Sew and Tell meeting, at which attendees may bring projects, gadgets, tool, magazines, books or nothing at all! Quilters share idea, show projects, and ask for advice from one another at the meetings.
Upcoming events at the Britt Public Hospice butterfly release planned MASON CITY - Hospice of North tremendously successful providing an Library Iowa (HNI) will be hosting the Wings emotional and spiritual outlet for the On the afternoon of Friday, June 13, the author Thomas Maltman will be discussing his All Iowa Reads selection “Little Wolves” with the “Between the Covers” Bok Group. The public is welcome. Thursday, June 19 at 11 a.m. – The Blank Park Zoo will present a children’s program to help kick off the Britt Library’s Summer Reading Program “Fizz Boom Read!” This is free and all are welcome. Wednesday, June 25 at 3 p.m. – The ZINGHOPPERS, a kids performance troupe, will present an interactive movie and dance party for area kids and families. M.C. will lead a dance party as part of the library’s summer reading program. In addition to EMMY winning music, the multi-media program features an interactive movie where costumed characters, funny actors, and puppets all go on a reading adventure with kids in the audience. This program is free and open to all.
of HOsPicE Memorial & Butterfly Release on Saturday, June 21 at 1 p.m. at Serenity Garden, located on the site of HNI’s Mason City office and Muse Norris inpatient unit, 232 2nd Street Southeast. The afternoon is intended to provide a nurturing, renewing experience for people grieving the loss or honoring a loved one. It also gives guests the opportunity to reunite with HNI associates and volunteers. Guests at the garden party will enjoy refreshments, music and fellowship with other families, HNI associates and volunteers. “This is the fourth year Hospice of North Iowa has hosted this event,” said Connie Bleile, Director, Hospice of North Iowa. “The event has been
community, as we continue to hear beautiful stories from those who participated. We again wanted to incorporate the releasing of butterflies in the service. Butterflies are a beautiful symbol of love, transformation and hope.” Anyone is welcome to attend. For those wishing to have their loved one’s name read at this service, please call Carol Bruns, HNI Office Manager, at 641-428-6210. Hospice of North Iowa is taking good-will donations for butterflies. In case of rain, the event will be rescheduled for Sunday, June 22 at 1:00 p.m. at Serenity Garden. Proceeds from the event will benefit HNI patients by helping to subsidize services and therapies.
Klemme Homestead Museum Mr. H.J. Klemme owned a 160-acre farm and decided a railroad would be a part of his farm. In 1889 he took twelve acres of his farm and made city blocks and a main street where he developed it into his Klemme. His farmhouse was moved from the east side of Klemme to the center of the town plot of Klemme and it became the first house in the new town. Several families occupied the house before it was purchased in 1916 by Clark and Martha Bredbenner. Their only child, Novella Bredbenner, was born in the house and lived there all her life – 1917-2007. She donated the house and contents to the city of Klemme and named it the Klemme
Homestead Museum. What a gem! Klemme’s Quasquicentennial will be celebrated June 20, 21, and 22. Plan to visit the museum on Friday, June 20, from 12-4 p.m. During this time there will be a garage sale. On Saturday, June 21, the museum will be open after the parade until 4 p.m. There is no admission charge, but donations are appreciated. Two new exhibits include the Bicentennial quilt made in 1976 by Mrs. Wessel’s 5th and 6th graders and quilted by the 5th-8th graders in 1978. The other special display will be the word KLEMME taken from the depot when it was torn down in 1975.
Jay and Nancy Gourley went to the wedding of her grandson, William Walker in Agency, Mo. William Walker married Jessica Thorington on May 31, at 5 p.m. at Agency Baptist Church in Agency. ** The Corwith High School Class of 1954 celebrated their 60th Class reunion over the Memorial Day weekend. See the class photo. ** George and Janice Guenther attended the dance recital in Algona on May 31. Granddaughters Elise and Lila Guenther participated. After the recital, Greg and Janelle Guenther entertained the family members for an evening meal and visiting. ** Roy and Madge Johnson of Sun City, Ariz., and Neil and Judy Johnson of Gold Canyon, Ariz. spent over the Memorial Day Weekend with Thurman and Gerry Gaskill. ** Corwith-Wesley Class of 1959 and friends gathered at Gaskill’s Barn on Sunday afternoon of Memorial weekend for social time together. **
Thurman and Gerry Gaskill, Roy and Madge Johnson went to Rochester, Minn. on Tuesday, May 27. Thurman had an appointment. They were all joined for lunch afterward by the former Joyce Weston (now Mooses). Joyce was a classmate of Madge and Roy’s. Madge and Roy Johnson left Thursday, May 29 from the Gaskill’s. ** Paul Devine, Sr. joined family in Marshalltown in attending the graduation ceremony of the Marshalltown High School Class of 2014. Megan Murphy, daughter of Tom and Mary Murphy, was a member of the class. Paul had spent the weekend with the Murphy’s. ** Eli Devine son of Paul, Jr. and Roxy Devine returned with his grandfather, Paul Devine, Sr., to assist with the farm activities. ** Martha Landsberg of Moulton came for four days with Norman and Dianne Chambers . ** Paradise Club met Monday, June 9 at the Corwith Coffee Shop for a social time at 9:30 a.m.
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FIRE DEPARTMENTS EMERGENCY......................................................911 Britt Fire Dept. .............................................843-4433
AMBULANCE SERVICE EMERGENCY......................................................911 Garner. Vol. Amb. Service ...........................923-2546
POLICE DEPARTMENTS EMERGENCY......................................................911 Garner Police Dept.......................................923-3773
GARNER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Lobby hours: 9-2 Monday-Friday or by appointment. 485 State St., Garner 641-923-3993
PUBLIC LIBRARIES Britt Library .................................................843-4245 Corwith Library ................................... 515-583-2536 Garner Library .............................................923-2850 Kanawha Library .........................................762-3595 Klemme Library ...........................................587-2369 LuVerne Library ................................... 515-882-3436 Meservey Library .........................................358-6274 Ventura Library ............................................829-4410 Wesley Library ..................................... 515-679-4214
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS CWL MS/HS-Corwith ......................... 515-583-2304 CWL Elem-LuVerne ............................ 515-882-3357 GHV Supt. Office.........................................923-2718 GHV High School ........................................923-2632 GH Middle School .......................................923-2809 GH Elementary School ................................923-2831 GH/NIACC Ed Ctr.......................................923-2252 VGH Junior High .........................................829-4484 Ventura Elementary......................................829-4482 West Hancock-HS ........................................843-3863 West Hancock-MS .......................................762-3261 West Hancock-Elem.....................................843-3833
BRITT AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 641-843-3867 CITY HALLS Britt City Hall ..............................................843-4433 Corwith City Hall................................. 515-583-2342 Garner City Hall...........................................923-2588 Kanawha City Hall.......................................762-3595 Klemme City Hall ........................................587-2018 LuVerne City Hall ................................ 515-882-3206 Meservey City Hall ......................................358-6408 Ventura City Hall .........................................829-3861 Wesley City Hall .................................. 515-679-4292
COUNTY OFFICES Hancock Co. Sheriff.....................................923-2621 Hancock Co. Assessor..................................923-2269 Hancock Co. Attorney..................................923-4198 Hancock Co. Auditor ...................................923-3163 Hancock Co. Treasurer.................................923-3122 Hancock Co. Recorder .................................923-2464 Hancock Co. Clerk Court.............................923-2532 Hancock Co. Pub Health ..............................923-3676
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BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (GARBC) 480 Main Ave. N, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3110 Pastor Greg Baum Sunday, June 15 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Church 6 p.m. Sunday Evening Service Wednesday, June 18 7 p.m. Bible Study Catholic ARCHANGELS CATHOLIC CLUSTER ST. BONIFACE CATHOLIC CHURCH Garner ST. WENCESLAUS CATHOLIC CHURCH Duncan ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH Britt ST. JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH Forest City Fr. Dennis W. Miller, Pastor 923-2329 Fr. Paul E. Lippstock, Sacramental Priest – 585-4856 Thursday, June 12 7:30 a.m. Mass at Forest City 8 a.m. Mass at Garner 9 a.m. Vacation Bible School at Forest City Friday, June 13 7:30 a.m. Mass at Britt 9 a.m. Mass at Good Samaritan 9 a.m. Vacation Bible School at Forest City Saturday, June 14 10 a.m. Holy Hour & Reconciliation at Garner 3:45 p.m. Reconciliation at Duncan 4:30 p.m. Mass at Duncan Sunday, June 15 7:15 a.m. Reconciliation at Britt 8 a.m. Mass at Britt 10 a.m. Mass at Garner 10:30 a.m. Mass at Forest City Monday, June 16 8 a.m. Mass at Garner Tuesday, June 17 NO MASS Wednesday, June 18 NO MASS ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH 403 East St. S., Wesley, 50483 Phone 515-679-4279 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m. Mass Saturdays 5 p.m. Mass Sundays 8:30 a.m. Mass Church of Christ IMMANUEL REFORMED UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST North Fourth & Elder, Klemme Phone 587-2462 Pastor Donna Buckmann
Guido Gardens, Metter, GA No matter how many years I went to school or how many tests I took, nothing was more disappointing or discouraging than to be reminded that my answers did not agree with the teachers’s questions. Whenever there was a disagreement, I had to defer to the teacher’s wisdom, knowledge and learning. And when David asked God for the answer to “Life’s Ultimate Question” God responded by giving him a simple, straightforward, easy-to-understand answer: “The one whose walk is blameless, who does what is righteous, who speaks the truth from their heart.” God’s words to David address our walk, our work, and our talk - which covers every aspect of our lives. To walk blamelessly requires us to live and walk in God’s path by being obedient to God’s rules and regulations. His Word is not open to our interpretation nor do we have the right to pick and chose what we will or will not do. If He said it, we are to obey it and do it! To do what is righteous requires that we are to behave - to live our lives - in ways that are consistent with the character of God. Our God is a loving God, a holy God and a saving and serving God. Righteousness goes far beyond piety because one can be pious and not do God’s work in His world. To speak the truth from our hearts means that our walk and our talk are consistent and conform to God’s Word and come from the very center of our being.
Sunday, June 15 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Coffee Fellowship *Dorcas 1st Wednesday each month. *Women’s Fellowship 2nd Wednesday. Evangelical Free EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 810 Second Ave SW, Britt, 50423 Pastor Stan Johnson Pastor Mark Stevens Phone 843-3861 Sundays 9 a.m. Services 10:15 a.m. Sunday School
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 502 Reed St., W., Wesley, 50483 Phone 515-679-4460 Jason Boomgarden, Pastor Sundays 9 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School 6 p.m. Evening Service (1st & 3rd Sunday)
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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 306 3rd St., LuVerne, 50560 Phone 515-882-3509 Sundays 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School Wednesdays 7 a.m. Prayer Breakfast
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) and Little Lambs Preschool 810 State Street, Garner Phone 923-2261 The Rev. Scott A. Kozisek 641-923-2261, Email: email@example.com Office Hours: M-F 8 a.m.-noon & 1-4 p.m. Thursday, June 12 12 p.m. GAP Meeting 6:30 p.m. Human Care Saturday, June 14 7:30 a.m. Men’s Ministry Sunday, June 15 Service may be heard at 12:30 p.m. on 107.3 KIOW-FM 9 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. Fellowship Monday, June 16 12 p.m. Hope Circle Lunch @ Half Moon, CL 4 p.m. LWML Board
Non-denominational OPEN ARMS CHRISTIAN MINISTRY CHURCH Meets at Garner Ed. Center, 325 W. 8th Street Church Office: 425 State Street, Garner Phone 641-425-4095 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Pastor Keith Hood Thursday, June 12 7-9 p.m. Pastor’s Office Hours Saturday, June 14 Church Work Day – 1115 Grove Ave. Sunday, June 15 9:30 a.m. Praise & Worship (*New Time) 10:30 a.m. Fellowship and Coffee Monday, June 16 Bible Study @ Maxine Upmeyer’s Tuesday, June 17 7-9 p.m. Pastor’s Office Hours
Methodist GARNER EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 580 Hwy 18 E., Garner, 50438 Phone 923-6092 www.garnerefree.org Haddon Anderson, Pastor Sunday, June 15 8 a.m. Worship Team Practice 8:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 4:30 p.m. WIRED (Jr High) 7 p.m. SOJOURN (High School) Monday, June 16 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study Tuesday, June 17 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study Wednesday, June 18 6 a.m. Men’s Outreach & Bible Study 7 p.m. Teen Small Group Lutheran FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) 1985 290th St., Miller, Garner, 50438 Handicap Accessible Phone 927-4413 Sunday, June 15 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Fellowship FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 70 5th Ave, NW, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3172 Interim Pastor Norman Bauer Sunday, June 15 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 7 p.m. AA Meeting Tuesday, June 17 12-1 Community Prayer ST. JOHN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 2405 260th St., Garner Phone 829-4493 The Rev. Carl Hedberg Sundays 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH PO Box 212, 517 SE Elm St., Corwith, 50430 Barbara Chapman, Pastor
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 707 4th St. SW, Britt Phone 843-3523 The Rev. Robert Dodge Sundays 9 a.m. Worship No Sunday School (resumes Sept. 7)
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 885 Maben, Garner Phone 923-2191 Pastor Paul Evans Thursday, June 12 8:00 a.m. Joy Circle Meeting at Church for outing 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Prairie View 4-6 p.m. God’s Pantry Saturday, June 14 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service in Fellowship Hall Sunday, June 15 NO SUNDAY SERVICE Monday, June 16 9-11 a.m. God’s Pantry
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Klemme Phone 641-587-2540 Pastor Michael Shaffer Sunday, June 15 7 p.m. Quasi Worship Service Monday, June 16 1:30 p.m. Bible Study
7 p.m. Consistory Meeting Wednesday, June 18 12:30-5 p.m. Vacation Bible School Thursday, June 19 3-6 p.m. Vacation Bible School *Please send church calendars by Fridays at noon. You can email Kelly.email@example.com or bring a copy to the Garner or Britt office. Schedules are printed one week in advance.
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 214 Clinton St., Box 217, Corwith, 50430 The Rev. Beatrice Kinzler Sundays 10 a.m. Worship Food Pantry by Appt.
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 201 Willow St., Goodell Phone 641-495-6102 Pastor Michael Shaffer Sunday, June 15 7 p.m. Quasi Worship Service
ZION EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCH 760 W. 8th, Garner Phone 923-3152 Brian Lund, Pastor www.zionerchurch.com Sunday, June 15 9:30 a.m. Worship Monday, June 16 12:30-5 p.m. Vacation Bible School Tuesday, June 17 9 a.m. Prayer Group 12:30-5 p.m. Vacation Bible School
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 475 Maben Ave., Garner Phone 923-2274 Justin Asche, Pastor www.facebook.com/GarnerUPC Thursday, June 12 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office Sunday, June 15 9:30 a.m. Worship/Communion 10:30 Fellowship Monday, June 16 July Newsletter items due to Kris Tuesday, June 17 Noon-8 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office 6:30 Session Wednesday,June 18 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office At the Crossroads Ministries BRITT CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 569 Main Ave. N, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3308 Pastor Joel De Boer Sundays 10 a.m. Worship Service 11:15 a.m. Sunday School PEACE REFORMED CHURCH 3 mi. S. Hwy 69, Garner, 50438 Phone 923-3060 Pastor Harvey Opp www.peacereformedchurch.com Thursday, June 12 1:30 p.m. Prairie View 4-6 p.m. God’s Pantry Friday, June 13 8:30-11:30 a.m. VBS Sunday, June 15 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Monday, June 16 8:30-11:30 a.m. VBS 9-11 a.m. God’s Pantry Tuesday, June 17 8:30-11:30 a.m. VBS Wednesday, June 18 8:30-11:30 a.m. VBS
Garner United Methodist Church Confirmation Class members included (l to r) Rachael Hanson, Emily Howke, and Megan Eastman, with Rev. Paul Evans in back. (Submitted photo)
Christian Concert at St. Boniface
Michael James Mette is coming to the Archangels Cluster, St. Boniface, in Garner at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 26. The concert is free and open to the public. Bring a lawn chair. Michael James Mette is a Catholic musician and speaker who travels the country sharing his music and faith. His music is a modern reflection of his faith blending alternative rock with faith-based lyrics. Michael has been married to his wife Michelle for 14 years, and is the father to Annie (10), Trinity (8), Charity (6), Cecilia (5), and Michael Jr. (3).
Salad Luncheon at St. Paul
St. Paul Lutheran Church LWML will host its annual salad luncheon on Thursday, June 19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The church is located at 810 State Street in Garner. Tickets are available at the door. Proceeds will be divided 50/50 between missions and LWML projects. Everyone is welcome.
Handbell musician to be featured at St. Paul
St. Paul Lutheran Church in Garner, is pleased to announce the presentation of Sue Garton, handbell soloist. Sue is a resident of Slippery Rock, Penn., and rings in the East Main Presbyterian Church Bell Choir and the Celebration Ringers, a community ensemble. Sue is a member of the Handbell Musicians of America. Sue has been a soloist and clinician at many local, area and national events, including the International Seminar in Orlando, Fla., Pinnacle in Nashville, Tenn. and SEE (Solo-Ensemble Extravaganza in Colorado Springs, Colo. Internationally, she has performed in Kiev, Ukraine, and Presov, Slovakia. A highlight of the last year included a performance for the Presbyterian Church USA General Assembly concert series in Naples, Fla. Sue is the author of two articles on solo handbell techniques and ten of her solo handbell arrangements have been published. Sue will play eight handbell solos as part of the worship service at St. Paul Lutheran on Sunday, June 15 at 9 a.m. followed by coffee and fellowship at 10:10 a.m. All interested handbell players are invited to a mini-workshop at 10:40 a.m. in the church sanctuary where she will demonstrate handbell techniques. The public is cordially invited to attend the service and workshop. If you have any questions, contact Bev Cataldo at 641-923-2842. or bevcataldo@ gmail.com.
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Two free rounds of golf to Garner residents
GARNER – During the past year, the City of Garner acquired the Garner Golf Course, adding and maintaining an outstanding amenity to the community. “We know there are many residents who have not taken the opportunity to avail themselves of this fine recreational facility,” said Ken Mick, mayor of Garner. Garner residents are invited to take advantage of two free 9-hole rounds of gold, compliments of the City of Garner. To do this: •Bring your water billing card to the city office and pick up your free golf
passes. This pass entitles you to two free 9-hole rounds per household. To utilize your passes, call the Garner Golf Course at 923-2819 to arrange your tee time. (Note: Tee times are subject to scheduled activities. Upon arrival, you will register, confirming residency and turn in your pass. Passes are non-transferrable. Passes are good for the 2014 Golf Season. •Then, all you do is enjoy yourself. Spend a few leisure hours with your friends on one of the finest 9-hole courses in the area. “Hopefully you will want to return soon,” Mick said.
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Winners of the 2014 Presidential Physical Fitness Award at Ventura/Garner-Hayfield include: (front row, left to right) Jade Pringnitz, Cade Bamrick, Nick Joynt, Jacki Van Oort, Summer Eenhuis, Emily Howke, (second row) Ashley Markla, Jillian Heitland, Tyler Obermann, Ryan Meyers, Aaron Canchola, Breanna Billings, (third row) Nicole Upmeyer, Tori Sloan, Mara Anderson, Maddie Williams, Amanda Bierle, Kyli Carlock, Brielle Smeby, (back row) Nathan Larson, Sadie Oulman, Jayden Hughes, Payton Echelberger, Droste Hennings, Jared Graham, and (not pictured) Hannah Whelan. (Submitted photo)
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Faust Farms team members included (l to r) Tim Smith, Stan Wright, Eric Cox, Troy Faust, and Dave Spencer. Faust Farms won this year’s roll off. (Submitted photos)
First State Bank bowlers were Mike Hejlik, Dan Chizek, Jim Nielsen, Rodney Hadacek, and Dan Trulson.
J&D Hob Nob team bowlers were Ross Wyatt, Dale Nielsen, Brad Connor, Brendan Hiscocks, and Nate Lemmon.
Mike Muth Welding team members were Cory Trennary, Matt Muth, Mike Muth, Rick Willert, and Josh Willert.
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Eagle baseball down two games
The Eagle baseball team played two games last week, both at home. West Hancock opened their week in conference action against Garner-Hayfield-Ventura and concluded with a match-up against Forest City on Friday. The Eagles dropped their first NIC game of the season 2-7 to the Cardinals. Senior, Tim Smidt pitched all seven innings collecting eight strikeouts. Smidt walked four, gave up six hits, seven runs, four earned to GHV. Offensively, Barranca Nelson led at the plate connecting for two hits, including a double and one RBI. Nate Paulus, Connor Sonius, Dylan Eckels, and Levi Eden all had one hit apiece, including a double from Paulus. Paulus and Sonius scored the Eagles two runs, while Eckels earned the second Eagle RBI. Smidt, Sonius and Eckels each stole a base for the Eagles. The Eagles wrapped up West Hancock’s Ben Eisenman throws their week against Forest the pitch. (Michelle Kronemann photo) City where they fell 0-11 to the Indians in five innings. West Hancock moves to 1-2 overall and are scheduled to play three games this week. Monday the Eagles took on Belmond-Klemme on the road. Wednesday they host North Iowa and Friday will remain at home against Newman Catholic. Vs. GHV GHV 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 7 WH 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 Eagle AB H R RBI Smidt, P 3 0 0 0 Paulus, ss 4 1 1 0 Barranca, cf 4 2 0 1 Sonius, 1b 3 1 1 0 Eisenman, 1b 3 0 0 0 Eckels, rf 2 1 0 1 Smith, C 3 0 0 0 Hagen, lf 3 0 0 0 Eden, 3b 3 1 0 0 Vs. FC FC 2 4 0 2 3 11 WH 0 0 0 0 0 0
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West Hancock softball team earned their first victory of the season last week. The Eagles beat Riceville 13-0 in five innings at the Lake Mills Tournament on Saturday. The Eagles fell to Central Springs 0-13 in their other game Saturday. The Eagles also dropped two games earlier in the week, both in NIC action, against GHV Monday 7-16 and Forest City Friday 2-7. GHV The Eagles trailed the Cardinals 0-3 after the first three innings before getting on the board with one run in the fourth. West Hancock headed into the fifth trailing 1-3, but GHV took advantage of a big offensive inning adding eight runs to jump out to a commanding lead over the Eagles 11-1. West Hancock answered back with four runs of their own in the fifth to make it 11-6. GHV went on to score one in the sixth and four more in the final inning, while the Eagles did manage to score in the seventh, but the two runs wouldn’t be enough to cover the spread. The Eagles lost 7-16. West Hancock collected six hits as Mallory Becker lead the way with two, including a homerun and five RBI’s. Emily Leerar earned the Eagle’s remaining RBI, the seven runs were plated by Brigid Smith, Bailey Eisenman, Whitney Burgardt, Cara Francis, Nicole Burgardt (2), and Becker. Additional hits where earned with singles from Smith, W. Burgardt, N. Burgardt, Becker, and Kelly Leerar. Becker stole twice for West Hancock, W. Burgardt and Kaylee Hudspeth each stole once. Becker pitched all seven innings for the Eagles striking out twelve Cardinals. The junior gave up 14 hits, 16 runs, 12 earned. Forest City The Eagles dropped their closest game of the season so far last Friday night at home against Forest City 2-7. West Hancock tied the game, 2-2, in the second inning, but the Indians reclaimed the lead in the third by adding one run 3-2. Forest City tacked on four additional runs in the fifth inning to seal the win over the Eagles. West Hancock collected seven hits. N. Burgardt earned a triple, while the six remaining hits were one single apiece from Smith, Eisenman, W. Burgardt, Francs, Becker, and Ryann Hagen. Francis and N. Burgardt plated the two Eagle runs. Becker returned to the mound to throw all seven innings. She struck
out two, walked one, and allowed 10 hits, seven runs – one earned. Riceville West Hancock earned their first win in five innings over Riceville on Saturday, 13-0. The Eagles scored two in the first, one in the second, seven in the third and three more in the fourth to tally their 13 runs. West Hancock collected 12 hits, three apiece from Eisenman (one double) and Becker (one double), two from Francis (one double), and one hit each by Smith, W. Burgardt (triple), Hudspeth and Macey Harms. Eisenman and Francis brought in runs with three apiece, while W. Burgardt and Becker each drove in two. Smith and Eisenman each scored three times for the Eagles, K. Leerar twice, and one run by W. Burgardt, Francis, Becker, Hudspeth, and Harms each. Becker threw the game for the Eagles striking out four and allowing only three hits. Central Springs The Eagles fell to the undefeated Panthers of Central Springs on Saturday 0-10. Eisenman collected the only hit for West Hancock, a single. Becker pitched her fourth game of the week allowing seven hits, 10 runs, four earned, while walking one and striking out three. West Hancock is now 1-6 overall and scheduled to play four games this week. Monday on the road against Belmond-Klemme, Tuesday at West Bend-Mallard, Wednesday in Buffalo Center against North Iowa and at home Friday against Newman Catholic. Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R GHV 2 1 0 0 8 1 4 16 WH 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 7 Athlete Pos AB H R RBI Smith LF 4 1 1 0 Eisenman C 4 0 1 0 Burgardt, W SS 4 1 1 0 Francis 3B 4 0 1 0 Burgardt, N 1B 4 1 2 0 Becker P 4 2 1 5 Leerar, E 2B 4 0 0 1 Leerar, K RF 2 1 0 0 Harms RF 1 0 0 0 Hudspeth, K CF 3 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 7 6 Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R FC 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 7 WH 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Athlete Pos AB H R RBI Smith CF 4 1 0 0 Eisenman C 4 1 0 0 Burgardt, W SS 4 1 0 0 Francis 3B 3 1 1 0 Burgardt, N 1B 3 1 1 0 Becker P 3 1 0 0
Harms RF 3 0 0 0 Leerar, K 2B 3 0 0 0 Hudspeth, K CF 1 0 0 0 Hagen RF 2 1 0 0 Totals 30 7 2 0 Team 1 2 3 4 5 R WH 2 1 7 3 0 13 Riceville 0 0 0 0 0 0 Athlete Pos AB H R RBI Smith CF 4 1 3 0 Eisenman C 4 3 3 3 Burgardt, W SS 4 1 1 2 Francis 3B 3 2 1 3 Becker P 3 3 1 2 Hudspeth, S CR 0 0 0 0 Burgardt, N 1B 3 0 0 0 Hudspeth, K CF 3 1 1 0 Leerar, K 2B 3 0 2 0 Harms RF 2 1 1 0 Totals 29 12 13 10
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Cards Win at West Hancock
North Iowa Conference baseball action began last week and GHV opened league play with an impressive win at Britt. The Cards followed with a non-conference loss to West Bend/ Mallard on Wednesday and then fell to second-rated (Class 1A) Newman on Friday. The Cardinals wasted no time getting on the board at Britt on Monday. Spencer Shaw drew a lead off walk and eventually scored on Josh Theobald’s fly out to center. Braden Meints followed with a double and reached home on Jake Wolf’s single. GHV held the Eagles scoreless for three innings but West Hancock plated a run in the fourth to keep the game interesting. The Cards responded with two runs in the fifth and three more in the sixth to put the game away. Cardinal batters took advantage of a few free passes and some Eagle errors in those two innings on the way to the 7 – 2 win. Theobald earned the pitching win for GHV, scattering six hits and four walks with 10 strikeouts. Alek Goll had a pair of singles to lead the Cards at the plate. Meints and Payton James added doubles to the offense while Jake Wolf and Cade Baker singled. GHV and West Bend were tied at 1 1 after the first inning of Wednesday’s game and the Cards then pulled ahead 2 – 1 after two innings. The Cardinals maintained that advantage into the fourth inning when the Wolverines exploded for five runs on the way to the 8 – 2 victory. Spencer Shaw started on the mound for the Cards, giving up six hits and
a walk with four K’s. Payton James relieved Shaw in the fifth inning, holding West Bend to one hit. Jake and Luke Wolf tag-teamed the final two innings, with Jake issuing a walk and Luke giving up three hits. Spencer Shaw hit a double and a single to pace the Cardinal offense followed by Braden Meints and Jimmy Ermer with two base hits each. Completing the offense for GHV were Josh Theobald with a double and Cory Boeckman with a single. Mason City Newman has been one of the toughest teams in the NIC over the last few seasons and they appear to be fielding another strong squad this year. The Cards were battling Newman through the first two innings but the Knights were able to plate a run in the third inning to take the lead. Newman added five more runs over the next three innings while holding the Cards scoreless on the way to a 6 – 0 decision. Payton James had a good outing on the mound for GHV, lasting into the sixth inning with five hits, six walks and four strikeouts. Jake Wolf surrendered two walks in a short stint on the mound in relief and brother Luke finished the game, getting the final out. Cade Baker slammed a double with a single to lead the Cardinal offense while Braden Meints chipped in a pair of singles. Spencer Shaw and Cory Boeckman each added base hits for the Cards. GHV finished the week 1 – 1 in league play and 2 – 6 overall. The played a pair of games at the Lake Mills tournament on Saturday. Details
from those games appear in a separate story in the Leader Sports Section. Box scores from last week’s games follow. GHV 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 7 6 3 WH 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 6 4 Cardinal AB R H RBI Shaw, ss 4 2 0 0 Goll, lf 4 1 2 2 Theobald, p 2 0 0 2 Meints, c 3 0 1 0 J.Wolf, 1b 2 0 1 2 Hutcheson, 1b 0 0 0 1 James, 3b 4 0 1 0 L.Wolf, rf 2 1 0 0 Baker, dh 4 0 1 0 Forry, cf 2 2 0 0 Boeckman, cr 0 1 0 0 WBM 1 0 0 0 5 0 2 8 10 1 GHV 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 4 Cardinal AB R H RBI Shaw, p 4 0 2 1 Goll, lf 3 0 0 0 Roberts, ph 1 0 0 0 Theobald, ss 4 1 1 0 Meints, c 3 0 2 1 J.Wolf, 1b 2 0 0 0 James, 3b 2 0 0 0 Baker, cf 3 0 0 0 Boeckman, rf 3 1 1 0 Ermer, 2b 3 0 2 0 GHV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 New 0 0 1 2 1 2 - 8 5 1 Cardinal AB R H RBI Shaw, ss 3 0 1 0 Goll, lf 2 0 0 0
Weekend baseball tournaments early in the season are a good way for coaches to try different combinations of players. Cardinal baseball coach Paul Childress took advantage of that opportunity at Lake Mills on Saturday as GHV played games against two non-conference opponents. In the first game, the Cards dropped a one run decision to Northwood-Kensett while GHV then fell to St. Ansgar in the second game of the day. Northwood-Kensett had a big first inning in their game with GHV, scoring five runs courtesy of a few walks, a couple hits and a couple of Cardinal errors. The Cards answered with three runs in the bottom of the first only to see the Vikings score twice in the top of the second inning. GHV had a big second inning as they plated five runs thanks to some timely hitting. Northwood tied the game in the top of the fourth and then scored what would prove to be the winning run in the top of the sixth. The Cards were unable to rally in the late innings and Northwood posted a 9 – 8 victory. Luke Wolf started on the mound for GHV, surrendering four hits and four walks with a strikeout. Cory Boeck-
man relieved Wolf in the second inning, holding N-K to two runs on three hits with three strikeouts. Josh Theobald threw the final inning and picked up a couple of strikeouts. GHV had a good night at the plate and finished the game with a dozen hits. Spencer Shaw hit a double and two singles to lead the way followed by Theobald and Braden Meints each with a double and a single. Jimmy Ermer chipped in a couple of bunt singles while Cade Baker, Payton James and Kaleb Bruggeman all singled. Saint Ansgar has fielded strong baseball teams for many years and the Saints appear to be competitive again this season. Saint Ansgar scored a run in the top of the second inning but GHV answered with a run in the bottom of the third to knot the score at 1 – 1. The game was close for another inning, but the Saints broke the game open with five runs in the fifth inning. Saint Ansgar added another run in the sixth and four more in the seventh to make the final score 11 – 1. Holden Hutcheson pitched four strong innings for GHV, scattering seven hits and four walks with four strikeouts. Jake Wolf relieved Hutcheson in
the fifth inning, surrendering five runs on two hits and three walks with two strikeouts. Cory Boeckman took the mound in the seventh inning to record the final out after allowing a hit and a walk. Jake Wolf and Cade Baker each singled twice to lead the GHV offense. Alek Goll, Josh Theobald, Harry Roberts and Harley Forry all added base hits to the effort. The Cards are now 2 - 8 overall and will be in action four nights this week. GHV will host Lake Mills on Monday and then travel to Osage on Wednesday. The Cardinals then return home on Thursday to face Clear Lake before heading to Forest City on Friday. Box scores from the Lake Mills tournament games follow. NK 5 2 0 1 0 1 0 9 7 3 GHV 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 2 Cardinal AB R H RBI Shaw, ss 4 2 3 0 Boeckman, rf 2 1 0 0 Theobald, 3b 4 2 2 1 Meints, dh 4 1 2 2 Baker, c 4 0 1 0 James, 1b 4 0 1 2
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GHV’s Josh Theobald led the Cardinals to a 7-2 win over West Hancock. Theobald allowed 2 hits and struck out 10 to give the Cards their first conference win of the season. (Rick Ermer photo) Theobald, 3b Meints, c J.Wolf, 1b James, p Baker, cf Boeckman, rf L.Wolf, rf Ermer, 2b
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Notice of No Significant Impact The USDA, Rural Utilities Service has received an application from Iowa Lakes Regional Water for financial assistance. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Utilities Service has assessed the potential environmental effects of the proposed project and has determined that the proposal will not have a significant effect on the human environment and for which an Environmental Impact Statement will not be prepared. The basis of this determination is a review and evaluation of the information provided in the Amended Environmental Assessment signed on May 21, 2014. This amended assessment has addressed the environmental resources affected by the proposed construction. Iowa Lakes Regional Water (ILRW) is partnering with the City of Lu Verne for construction of a wastewater collect and treatment facility. The lagoon treatment site is located in the NW ¼ of Section 32 Township 94 North, Range 27 West of the 5th P.M. in Kossuth County, with an outfall line going north to the Prairie
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The Leader • Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Cardinal Girls Top West Hancock
GHV softball coach Christi Weiser was anticipating that her Cardinals would be an improved team this year. The Cards were winless in North Iowa Conference action last season and they have already bettered that effort with last week’s win at Britt. The Cardinals then dropped a one-run decision at Mason City before falling at Newman on Friday. GHV scored three runs in the first inning against the Eagles and never trailed as the Cardinals ran away with the game. Maddie Tusha and Tiara Van Gerpen had identical performances in the first inning as they both singled and then stole their way around the bases. Mallory Van Oort also singled, stole second and third and eventually scored on Brooklyn Ossman’s sacrifice fly. West Hancock scored in the bottom of the fourth, keeping the game close at 3 – 1, but the Cardinals answered with an eight-run fifth inning to retake command. Six hits and two free passes helped fuel the GHV rally as a dozen Cardinals came to bat in the inning. The Eagles tried to stay in the game with four runs in their half of the fifth, but GHV added five more runs over the next two innings on the way to a 16 – 7 win. Brooklyn Ossman earned the pitching win, throwing a complete game with six hits, three walks and six strikeouts. GHV amassed 18 hits in the game, with Mallory Van Oort picking up four singles to lead the way. Tiara Van Gerpen and Miranda Jackson each finished with three hits followed by Maddie Tusha and Mackenzie Van Gerpen with a double and a single. Also in the hit column were Payton Bamrick, Grace Tusha, Autumn Weaver and Ossman all with singles. The Cardinals finished one run short in Wednesday’s non-conference game at Mason City. Coach Weiser used a number of players in the game, taking advantage of an opportunity to give
several players some experience. The two teams were knotted at 1 – 1 after one inning when the Mohawks plated three runs in the second to pull away. Mason City expanded their lead to 6 – 1 in the fourth inning but GHV got right back in the game with three runs in the fifth. The Cards scored again in the seventh and had the tying run on third base when Mason City extinguished GHV’s rally, making the final 6 – 5. Sydney Childress started on the mound for the Cards, giving up two hits and a walk with a strikeout. Eighth-grader Jillian Heitland took over in the third inning, surrendering three hits and two walks with a strikeout. Brooklyn Ossman relieved Heitland in the fourth inning and finished the game with three hits and a strikeout. Mallory Van Oort and Maddie Tusha each hit a double to lead GHV’s offense. Tiara Van Gerpen added a pair of singles while Grace Tusha, Autumn Weaver and Brooklyn Laird all singled. The Cardinals resumed North Iowa Conference play on Friday with a game at Newman. The Knights have gained a lot of attention this season and are currently rated 11th in Class 1A in spite of their recent loss to a mediocre Mason City Mohawk team. Newman scored once in the bottom of the first inning to take the lead but the Cards answered with a run in the top of the third to knot the score at 1 – 1. Maddie Tusha earned a oneout walk, stole second base and then scored on Mallory Van Oort’s single. GHV appeared ready to add to their run total, but the Knights were able to end the Cardinal rally. Newman then broke the game open with seven runs in their half of the third inning. The Knights capitalized on five Cardinal errors during that streak that put the game out of reach. GHV had scoring threats in the fifth and seventh innings,
but Newman escaped both times to make the final 9 – 1. GHV finished the game with six total hits with Mallory Van Oort leading the way with a pair of singles. Maddie Tusha, Brooklyn Ossman, Grace Tusha and Autumn Weaver all added base hits to the Cardinal offense. Ossman pitched a complete game for the Cardinals, surrendering 10 hits and a walk with a strikeout. Coach Weiser commented, ““This week was a good learning, stepping stone week for our team. We started the week with a great conference win over a young, but improving West Hancock team and then played competitive games against tough competition the rest of the week. The one run loss to Mason City stings because we feel we could have won that game, but credit goes to the Mohawks for making a couple of big plays. The Newman game was a much better game than the score indicates.” GHV is 1 – 1 in NIC play and 1 – 5 after the Newman loss. The Cardinals played in tournament action at Lake Mills on Saturday. Results from those games appear in a separate story in the Leader Sports section. Box scores from last week’s games follow. GHV 3 0 0 0 8 1 4 16 18 4 WH 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 7 6 1 Cardinal AB R H RBI GHV’s Mallory VanOort gets a hit for the Cardinals during their 16-7 win over West Hancock. VanOort M.Tusha, cf 4 3 2 2 had a fine night at the plate going 4 for 5 with 4 RBI’s and 3 runs scored. (Rick Ermer photo) T.VGerpen, ss 4 4 3 2 Van Oort, lf 5 3 4 4 Bamrick, 2b Ossman, p M.VGerpen, 3b G.Tusha, 1b Weaver, rf Ades, rf Jackson, c Larson, pr
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GHV Falls at Lake Mills Softball Tourney
A full week of softball action for GHV concluded at the Lake Mills tournament on Saturday. The Cards lost to a very impressive squad from Central Springs and also dropped a heartbreaker to Northwood-Kensett. Central Springs is currently rated fourth in Class 2A and the Panthers’ pitcher is no doubt a main factor in that rating. GHV managed only one hit against Central Springs as Mallory Van Oort’s single ruined the no-hitter. Miranda Jackson was the only other Cardinal baserunner in the game when she was awarded first base after being hit by a pitch in the first inning. Central Springs scored in each inning on the way to the 10 – 0 win. Sydney Childress went the distance on the mound for the Cards, surrendering seven hits and seven walks with a strikeout. The game against Northwood-Kensett involved use of the international tie-breaker rule since the game exceeded the time limits for the tournament game. In that situation, a base runner is placed on second base at the beginning of an inning to help the game reach a quicker conclusion. GHV scored lone runs in the first and second innings and then added three more in the fourth while the Vikings scored twice in the first and added two more in the third. The Cards appeared to have the game locked up when they scored again in the fifth, but Northwood added two more in their half of the fifth to force the extra innings. Both teams scored once in the sixth and things looked good for the Cardi-
nals when they plated two runs in the seventh. Unfortunately, the Vikings answered with a three-run seventh to pick up the win. Mallory Van Oort had three singles in the game to lead GHV’s nine hit attack. Adding base hits to the offense were Maddie Tusha, Tiara Van Gerpen, Payton Bamrick, Grace Tusha, Autumn Weaver and Broolyn Laird. Brooklyn Ossman went threw a complete game for GHV, giving up 10 hits and two walks with a strikeout. Cardinal coach Christi Weiser commented, “Central Springs is one of the top Class 2A teams for a reason and they got a great pitching performance against us. We could have won against Northwood-Kensett but they made a couple of big plays to get the win.” Coach Weiser is encouraged by the improvement shown by the Cards in recent outings. “I’m really happy with the progress we are making. Our pitchers threw complete games this week and are improving with each outing. Offensively, we are starting to understand how to have a good approach and are having more quality at-bats and giving ourselves an opportunity to be aggressive on the bases, which our kids love to do. We need to continue to get better on defense, but these kids work so hard that it’s just a matter of time until that part clicks.” The Cardinals are now 1 – 7 overall and will play four games this week. GHV will host Lake Mills on Monday and then travel to Osage on Wednesday. A non-conference game at Rockford is on the schedule for Thursday
and the Cards will resume NIC play on Friday at Forest City. Weiser is expecting even more improvement this week. “We look forward to a lot of games against more great competition this week and continuing to get better each time we step on the field.” Box scores from the Lake Mills tournament games follow. GHV 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 CS 2 2 1 5 - 10 7 0 Cardinal AB R H RBI M.Tusha, cf 2 0 0 0 Jackson, c 1 0 0 0 Van Oort, lf 2 0 1 0 G.Tusha, dh 2 0 0 0 M.VGerpen, 3b 2 0 0 0 Bamrick, 2b 2 0 0 0 Pitzenberger, 1b 2 0 0 0 Oetken, ss 1 0 0 0 Larson, ss 1 0 0 0 Laird, rf 1 0 0 0 Childress, p 0 0 0 0 GHV 1 1 0 4 1 1 2 9 9 4 NK 2 0 2 0 2 1 3 10 10 0 Cardinal AB R H RBI M.Tusha, cf 4 0 1 0 T.VGerpen, ss 3 2 1 0 M.Van Oort, lf 4 1 3 2 Ossman, p 0 0 0 0 Bamrick, 2b 2 1 1 1 J.Van Oort, 2b 1 0 0 0 M.VGerpen, 3b 3 1 0 0 G.Tusha, 3 0 1 0 Childress, pr 0 0 0 0 Ades, rf 0 0 0 0 Laird, rf 2 1 1 0 Weaver, c 3 1 1 2
Cardinal Freshmen Softball
Members of the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura freshmen softball team for the 2014 season are: (front row) Coach Emberly Albertson, (middle row, left to right) Samantha Hall, Hannah Larson, Annie Kaczor, Jailyn Wolf, Kaylee Mahlstedt, Ashley Markla, (back row) Abby Kale, Tehya Mitchell, Deserae Clevenger, Taylor Gerdes, Cassie Davis, Mellissa Rich, and Samantha Ades. (Rick Ermer photo)
Cardinals Fall in Regional Soccer GHV was hoping to pull off an upset in first round regional soccer action, but the Cardinal girls were unable to overcome a talented Clear Lake Squad. The Cards hosted the Lions in a soggy Tuesday evening match where Clear Lake found the net four times to advance in tournament play. GHV had a number of scoring threats in the match but failed to find the goal as the
Lions posted a 4 – 0 victory. Bri Bier led the Cardinal offense with six shots on goal. Payton Bamrick added three shots in the match while Riannan Kadrlik, Emily Spilman and Tiara Van Gerpen all finished with a shot on goal. Hannah Lau was credited with nine saves in her role as goalie. Cardinal coach Josh Banse commented, “ Our team has improved
with every season! Clear Lake is a good team and they deserved to win.” Banse is enthused by what he sees ahead. “We will return nine starters and three subs from this year’s squad. The girls are already in the weight room and doing speed workouts to get ready for next year.” GHV finished the season with an overall record of 5 – 10.
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Cardinal JV Softball
Members of the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura junior varsity softball team for the 2014 season are: (front row, left to right) Abby Kale, Kaylee Mahlstedt, Annie Kaczor, (middle row) Kayla Stoychoff, Betshaida Larson, Courtney Thompson, Sydney Childress, Jacki Van Oort, Jillian Heitland, (back row) Coach Luke Ossman, Mallory Johnson, Sadhna Ades, Caitlynn Ostrem, Olivia Buseman, Katie Rasmuson, Kayla Leerar, Brooklyn Laird, and Katie Oetken. (Rick Ermer Photo)
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Summer reading at local libraries Emilie Jenson
firstname.lastname@example.org With school out and summer vacation underway, local public libraries are gearing up to kick-off their annual summer reading programs. The Britt Public Library has several activities planned for all ages in the coming weeks, beginning Friday with an adult reading program featuring author Thomas Maltman at 3 p.m. at the Library. Maltman is the author of one of the featured All Iowa Reads books. On June 19 at 11 a.m. the Blank Park Zoo will present a program at the library for youth and on June 25 at 3:30 p.m. the Minneapolis based Zinghoppers will present a music, video, DJ and puppet program. “These are both programs designed to get kids into the library and a kickoff to get them signed up for our sum-
mer reading program,” Library Director Linda Friedow said. The summer reading program will begin July 3 with three sessions. Children in kindergarten will meet fro m 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., first and second grade from 1 to 2 p.m. and third and fourth grade from 3 to 4 p.m. with a preschool session at 6:30 p.m. for children who have not started school. This years theme of “Fizz Boom Read” features a science theme and each session will offer activities and crafts. Participants can log their reading hours and those who meet their goals will be eligible to go on a mystery field trip later in the summer. The Corwith Public Library started the summer reading program June 4 and will offer sessions every Wednesday in June from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Each session focuses on a science activity with upcoming activities includ-
ing exploring the every day wonders of science, designing pinball games and working with recycled material robots. Each reader will have the opportunity to turn in their reading logs for prize tickets. A finale will be held July 9 with a juggling program presented by the Hanson family of Kanawha. The Wesley Public Library will start its program with a performance by the Hansons and a sign up day July 7 at 2 p.m. Every Tuesday morning will feature a movie and crafts will be on Saturday mornings in July. The season will wrap up with a pool party. In Kanawha the summer reading program will be held on Mondays in July from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Library. July 21 will feature a program by the Hanson Family. Each week will offer activities following the statewide theme and includes experiments, reading hours, book giveaways and a reading raffle.
Grace Kluver makes herself a sub sandwich at the Summit House open house Thursday. Kitchen staff served sandwiches, chips, cake and root beer floats to residents and guests.
Summit House hosts open house Emilie Jenson
email@example.com The public got a chance to get an inside look at the Summit House Assisted Living facility last week. Staff hosted an open house Thursday June 5 to showcase recent updates and improves made at the facility since it became a certified assisted living center last year. “We’re showing people what we do and we are here to highlight some of the changes and upgrades we have made since adding assisted living,” said Administrator Birdie Nedved. “This gives the community, the residents and their families all a chance to get together.” Staff at the Summit House served up sub sandwiches, chips, cake and root beer floats for guests while Carl’s Band provided musical entertainment in the courtyard. “We have live music once a month,” Nedved said. Grace Kluver came from her apartment at the Summit
House to join some friends for dinner. “I just love it here,” she said. Kluver said she came to the Summit House on a trial basis and enjoyed it enough to stay. “I was only going to stay three months to see if I liked it, I have been here two years now,” she said. Kluver said she enjoys always having something to do because of numerous activity opportunities and likes the easy access she has to her garage. “I have a nice view out to the street too,” she said. Resident Betty Gerde also enjoys being part of the Summit House family. “They take such great care of me,” she said. “Everyone here is just wonderful.”
Nick Crimmins, director of Business Operations for the North Iowa Bulls, and their mascot, Brutus, talk about the safety equipment hockey players wear as part of the Garner Library’s summer reading kick-off, Fizz! Boom! READ! There are programs for all ages and will run for six weeks so stop in today! See story on page 4. (Submitted photo)
Noxious Weed Control
The Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board ROW Vegetation Management staff will soon begin noxious weed and brush spraying in the rightof-way adjacent to county roads as outlined in Cerro Gordo County’s Noxious Weed and Brush Control policies. Spot herbicide applications to species identified on the State of Iowa’s noxious weed list will begin in late May
and persist through the summer as sites of infestation are identified. Foliar herbicide applications to small trees and brush within the right-of-way will begin in late July and continue through early Fall. Please use caution when approaching slow moving spray trucks. As a reminder to all Cerro Gordo County landowners, in accordance with Iowa Code 317.4, it is the respon-
sibility of the person in possession or control of any land within the county to oversee the destruction of all noxious weeds growing thereon. Please contact the Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board at (641) 423-5309 with questions about noxious weed identification or control.
The audience enjoys listening to live musical entertainment in the Summit House courtyard during an open house at the facility Thursday afternoon.
Carl’s Band provided the musical entertainment for the open house in the courtyard of the Summit House.
Jenele DItsworth, Peggy Stevenson Jeanne Kraus and Grace Kluver enjoy a meal together at the Summit House open house Thursday.
Dietary staff members Joyce Shopshire and Marcia Olson served up root beer floats.
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Yard and Garden: Controlling Weeds AMES, Iowa — Complete control of weeds in the home lawn or garden is not a practical goal for many homeowners. A more realistic approach is to minimize weed populations through various control measures. Iowa State University horticulturists provide guidance on weed control methods. How do I control dandelions and other broadleaf weeds in my lawn? Good cultural practices are an important key to controlling broadleaf weeds in the lawn. Proper mowing, fertilization and other sound management practices help establish a thick, healthy lawn. A dense stand of grass provides few opportunities for unwanted weeds. When broadleaf weeds invade lawns, mechanical and chemical measures can be undertaken to remove or destroy the weeds. Removing weeds by pulling and digging is an effective control option in small lawns or when only a few weeds are present. This method is best accomplished after a soaking rain or deep watering. In many situations, herbicides are the only practical method of weed control. Effective broadleaf herbicides include 2,4-D, MCPP, dicamba, triclopyr and others. The most effective broadleaf herbicide products contain a mixture of two or three herbicides as no single compound will control all broadleaf weeds. Fall (late September to early November) is the best time to apply broadleaf herbicides in Iowa. Broadleaf herbicides can be applied as liquids or granules. Before applying any herbicide, carefully read and follow label directions. How do I control weeds in my garden? Cultivation, hand pulling and mulches are the primary means to control weeds in the home garden. Cultivation and hand pulling effectively control most annual weeds. Perennial weeds are often more difficult to control. Repeated cultivation or the use of herbicides may be necessary to destroy some perennial weeds. When cultivating
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Group seeks funding for watershed study for local producers and other interest- “This puts together the foundation Rebecca Peter
email@example.com GARNER - A funding request for a study of the watershed around Eldred Sherwood Park at Goodell was presented to the Hancock County Board of Supervisors, Monday, June 9. Terry Kaduce Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) Commissioner; Brent Renner, Hancock County Farm Bureau President; and Cale Edwards, County Conservation Director, brought a proposal to apply for a watershed study grant. The Indian Lake Restoration and Enhancement Group has been formed. The group thinks that the time, effort and funds expended on the lake and surrounding watershed will pay dividends Hancock County’s future. The ultimate goal is to apply for funding for restoring and enhancement of the Indian Lake area. The Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) will be contracted to collect and assess data concerning land watershed erosion as well as lake management information pertaining to water quality. The Soybean Association in conjunction with Hancock County SWCD will develop the report with the findings of the watershed assessments. The Hancock County Farm Bureau will be utilized as the educational arm of the project, including lining up keynote speakers and organizing meetings
for us to get other grants for longer term [project],” Edwards said. “From my perspective as Farm Bureau, this is a big test,” Renner continued. “We need to prove to the State that we can clean things up here on our own. Otherwise the EPA is going to come in start doing it for us with a broad brush.” “If we don’t do anything, it’s going to turn into a Big Wall Lake – or worse,” Cale Edwards remarked. “We want to improve the watershed as a whole.” “I think it’s going to help Hancock County as a recreational area,” said Terry Kaduce. Elwood Sherwood Park sees significant use by out-of-county campers and others, they noted. Renner said a kick-off meeting for landowners and other interested parties will be held later this summer. Although no formal action on the funding request was taken, Supervisors Sis Greiman and Jerry Tlach were supportive of the project. They cited past county support for Crystal Lake restoration project. Supervisor Ted Hall was absent from Monday’s meeting, due to a conflict.
ed parties. The cost for the initial study grant is $12,250. To date, $11,499 of the cost has been funded by the Iowa Soybean Association, Hancock County SWCD, Hancock County Conservation Board, the Farm Bureau and a grant from Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. They asked county supervisors to consider funding the remaining $751. “The potential for increased usage of the park could be huge,” stated Brent Renner. Renner said the Indian Lake Enhancement Group is brainstorming idea for support for the project. Creating a “Friends of Indian Lake” page on Facebook is one such possibility. “We’re starting to get some steam behind us,” Renner said. “It’s starting to get exciting.” Terry Kaduce emphasized this will be a long-term project. Kaduce said the group hopes to get other entities such as city councils, and other community organizations involved. “It’s not just about the park,” Cale Edwards remarked. The Iowa River is on the Department of Natural Resources’ “impaired watersheds” list. Edwards said the Conservation Department missed out on an opportunity for a $1,400 grant because the watershed wasn’t being addressed. He noted that Indian Lake used to be a good fishery, but that has diminished in recent years because of winter kill and low lake oxygen levels.
firstname.lastname@example.org KLEMME – Street closings and a number of items pertaining to Klemme’s 125th celebration, June 2022, were on the agenda of the June 2 city council meeting. The council approved closing Main Street from 1st to 2nd Street on Friday and Saturday to accommodate entertainment and socializing. The west half will be for band parking availability. Other street closing during the celebration are as follows: •Main Street starting at the east side of city hall front sidewalk to 4th Street. •Corner of Main and 4th Street north to Immanuel United Church of Christ. • Day Street from 2nd Street east to 4th Street. •Corner of 3rd Street and Day Street south back to Main Street. •Hancock Street in front of the Fire Station for noon meal. Handicapped accessible parking will
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 12:00 Noon the Garner Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing at the Garner City Hall, 135 West 5th Street, on Derek & Lizanne Engh’s request for a conditional use permit to construct an 8-unit apartment building at 1060 Grove Avenue (Lots 2, 3, & 4, Block 9, Tallman’s Addition, Garner, Hancock County) in the R-1 Residential Zoning District per Section 165.39.3.J of the Garner Zoning Ordinance; and the for the following variances: 1. A variance to Section 165.39.4 of the Garner Zoning Ordinance to allow construction of an 8-unit apartment building on a lot less than 16,000 sq. ft. in size. 2. A variance to Section 165.17 of the Garner Zoning Ordinance to exceed the maximum size of a residential accessory building to allow construction of a 8-stall community garage. 3. A variance to Section 165.16 of the Garner Zoning Ordinance to allow an accessory building to occupy more the 35% of the required rear yard. 4. A variance to Section 165.39.7.A of the Garner Zoning Ordinance to allow less than two “on-lot” parking spaces for each apartment. 5. A variance to Section165.16 of the Garner Zoning Ordinance to allow construction of a community garage on the rear lot line. At the above designated time and place, the public will be given opportunity to comment in support or opposition on the requests. By: Ivan Dodd, Chairman Attest: Randy Lansing Zoning Administrator Published in The Leader on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
New playground equipment at Cardinal Park was hit with neighborhood youngsters. The set features several slides and climbing apparatus. The playground unit and a merry-go-round were installed by city crews last week. (Rebecca Peter / The Leader)
Goodell council to enact water surcharge Rebecca Peter
email@example.com GOODELL - After a lengthy discussion at their June 2 meeting, the Goodell City Council voted to add a $15 surcharge to water bills from the city. The surcharge will go into effect with the Aug. 1 billing cycle. The council will review the surcharge as needed. According to city officials, the water fund has not sustained itself for the past two years. The surcharge is necessary for adequate revenue to keep up with increasing cost of providing water service to the city. The council will consider formal resolution at the July 7 meeting. “We’re trying to get the water fund out of debt,” Mayor Patrick Sweeney said in a later comment. Sewer Update Goodell is facing EPA and DNR clean water mandates to make improvements to their current systems or install an entirely new sewer system. Currently, Goodell homeowners have
Klemme Council okays street closures for celebration Rebecca Peter
New playground equipment
be available on certain streets and designated with signs. Golf carts The council voted to allow the use of golf carts on city streets during the celebration as long drivers follow provisions under the Iowa Code. Provisions include the operator must have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance in possession. The cart must be equipped with adequate brakes, have a slow moving vehicle sign, and a bicycle safety flag. Spraying city properties for weeds, painting light poles, repair of the “Welcome Home” arch at the park and painting tables and benches are part of the 125th preparations that are taking place, Ken Weiland, public works director, reported. Street work taking place includes curb repair, painting lines and street sweeping. City hall will be closed on Friday, June 20, to allow the city clerk to help with preparations. In other matters, the council held the third and final reading of an ordinance to a monthly $5 sewer service charge for sanitary sewer service starting in July. The revenue generated by the rate increase will help to offset the costs of updates to the city lagoon system to meet DNR requirements.
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septic systems. The city is working with the Yaggy-Colby engineering firm. Mayor Sweeny has been in contact with the engineer, USDA rural Development, and County Sanitation Department. He gave a summary of various options that may be applicable. Sweeny said the DNR has given the council options. One option is construction of a new sanitary sewer system with a lagoon. Another option is upgrading current septic systems to ones that meet the new standards. “They’re expensive for the homeowner,” Sweeny said (about $8,500) but that’s extent of the expense.” “Our financial troubles are not a secret,” he said. ”If you go to an expensive [public] lagoon system, it will get worse. “If you wish to work with the DNR and work out a plan, you can.” he said. The city has identified a potential location for a lagoon. “We have to have it surveyed,” Sweeny said. “We’ll have to see what happens from there.” A town meeting is being planned to answer questions on how the city wishes to proceed. In other matters, Rich Welter, Mosquito Control of Iowa, informed the
council of procedures and spraying information needed for this summer’s spraying. There may be a barrier spray on the north side of town to help alleviate some of the mosquitoes. Residents can help by cleaning eave spouts and small swimming pools on a regular basis. Goodell residents who do not mow their lawns on a regular basis will receive a letter from the city clerk. According to the city code, if mowing is
not done in a timely manner, the city will mow the lawn and assess the cost to the property owner or through the Hancock County Treasurer’s office by assessing the cost to property taxes if the owner does not pay the bill. The Goodell Fire Department’s annual pork loin supper was held Saturday, June 7. Fire Chief Alan Pralle said the old van on the fire department property is used by the department for various phases of training
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The 2014 Relay for Life Tractor Ride was held Saturday, June 7. This year’s tractor ride included 47 registered participants and 45 tractors. A support crew of 19 helped make this all possible. Above: Drivers are leaving GHV High School for the 40-mile trip. From Garne, the ride proceeded to Tourist Park in Clear Lake for morning break, around the lake and back to Garner by way of Ventura. Lunch was served at the GHV High School. After lunch, a tractor parade was held thru Garner. The Tractor Ride is hosted by the Relay For Life Teams: CLB&T – We’re Bankin’ on a Cure; Team Cure and Cardinal for a Cure. All proceeds from the event benefit the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Hancock County. The Hancock County Relay for Life is Saturday, June. 21. (Submitted photo)
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Field Day planned for June 26
KANAWHA – Nitrogen management, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in agriculture and efficient fuel use on the farm will highlight the spring field day of the Iowa State University Northern Research Farm. The field day will take place June 26 at the south location of the ISU Northern Research Farm. The address is 1040 James Ave. and is located about a mile south of Kanawha on county road R35. Registration and refreshments will be at 9 a.m. and the field day will start at 9:30 a.m. A lunch will be served at noon. The field day will conclude at 1 p.m. Micah Smidt, Northern Research Farm superintendent will begin the field day program. Smidt will provide a season review of the farm. John Sawyer, ISU Extension and Outreach soil fertility specialist, will discuss spring nitrogen management. Sawyer will talk about research on nitrogen rates, yield effects from nitrogen deficiency and in-season applications of nitrogen.
Mark Hanna, extension agricultural engineer, will discuss recent research on fuel use for crop production. Hanna will talk about ways farmers can reduce diesel fuel consumption during fieldwork operations. Chris Murphy and Zach Vanderleest, agricultural and biosystems engineering staff members, will discuss technology and legal aspects of unmanned aerial vehicles. This discussion will include legal standards, tips for selecting an appropriate UAV and best management practices for use in row-crop applications. Angie Rieck-Hinz and Paul Kassel, extension field agronomists, will discuss issues in crop production, including weed control issues, corn rootworm management, and other topics for late June. Rieck-Hinz is the recently appointed field agronomist for Northcentral Iowa. She will cover the counties of Calhoun, Humboldt, Webster, Wright, Hamilton, Worth, Cerro Gordo, Franklin, and Hardin.
Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District employees Mary Jo Burkgren, Lucus Miller, and Nathan Schmitz, and SWCD Commissioners Dean Stromer and Terry Kaduce recently planted about 30 conifers at the Outdoor Prairie Classroom at Garner. (Rebecca Peter / The Leader)
Sprucing Up the Outdoor Classroom
Another step in the restoration of the 2 1/2 acre Outdoor Classroom, located south of USDA Service Center in Garner took place with planting of Doug-
las Fir, Colorado Spruce, Fat Albert Spruce, Eastern White Pine, Canaan Fir, Techny Arborvitae. A grant from the Hanson Foundation Grant made the tree plantings possible. Mary Jo Burkgren, Hancock Coun-
ty Soil and Water Conservation District employee, said native prairie seed has been planted. In future years the prairie will be mowed at a very high level. “Prairie burn management will keep annual weeds and invasive seedling
species out of the area so the native prairie plants can take hold,” Burkgren said. “This is the first phase of the project. The second phase will begin when grant monies for the project are secured.”
125 Years of Hometown Memories (All activities in park unless noted differently.)
Sundays in June 15, 22, 29, 2014
1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Klemme High Art Now & Then Belmond Area Art Center, 1179 Taylor Avenue, Belmond, IA 2 p.m. (June 22) “Harakiri” featuring Klemme’s own, Jordan Manus--Belmond Area Art Center 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 15, 2014
Quasquicentennial worship “125 Years of Everlasting Love” and Ice Cream Social Klemme Methodist Church
Friday, June 20, 2014
Noon-4:00 Klemme Homestead Museum with garage sale. 5th & 6th grade students’ quilt from 1976 displayed. 4:45 p.m. Opening Ceremony 5:00 p.m. Pizza Supper 5:00 p.m. Lau Family--music featuring Ben Lau 5:45 p.m. Magician 6:15 p.m. Lau Family Al Bell movies—Community Room 6:30 p.m. “Harakiri” uptown featuring Jordan Manus of Klemme 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Street Dance & Beer Garden uptown featuring “Spenser Rahm & Company” 8:00 a.m.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Coffee, rolls, and juice Shamrock Fun Run (Call Devon 319-5290447) 10:00 a.m. Parade (Line up by 9:30 a.m. at west end of Main St.) Following parade Isiserettes—Drill and Drum Corp— near park Following parade-4 Klemme Homestead Museum 5th & 6th grade students’ quilt from 1976 displayed. 12:00 p.m. Lunch—Fire Station--served by Klemme Fire Department 12-4 p.m. Car and Bike Show 12-6 p.m. Free Inflatables
12:30 p.m. Coin Search 1:00 p.m. “The Memories”—two fellows from Wisconsin with songs and dialog for fun and laughter. Beard Judging during The Memories’ break 1:00 p.m. Horseshoe Tournament (Registration 12:30 p.m.) 1:30 p.m. Kids’ Power Pedal Pull 2:00 p.m. Bingo 2:00 p.m. El Gato the Dancing/Trick Horse Show 2-4 p.m. Visiting and Relaxation Area—former teachers, students, residents—everyone! Klemme Community Room (Air conditioned, refreshments) 2:30 p.m. Firemen’s Water Ball 2:30 p.m. Paul Micich (husband of former Klemme resident Anita Gerardi Micich) entertains on various instruments 3:00 p.m. “Ag in the Classroom”—three gals’ presentation on agriculture and food 3:45 p.m. The Hanson Family demonstrating juggling and unicyling 4:00 p.m. El Gato the Dancing/Trick Horse Show 5:00 p.m. Supper served by the Weathered Goose 5:00 p.m. “OTH Band” (Over the Hill Band) featuring Klemme’s Terry Kaduce & Margaret Johnson Tue 6:30 p.m. “Barney Fife” Andy Griffith Show impersonator 7:00 p.m. Street Dance and Beer Garden uptown “Randy and the Classics” featuring Klemme’s Tom Thorson 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Street Dance continuing with “The White Sidewalls” 10:00 p.m. Fireworks at the east side of town
Sunday, June 22, 2014
9:30 a.m. “Stone Soup” gospel service 10:30 a.m. “24th Infantry Band” 10:30 a.m. Brunch served by the Weathered Goose
Balloon animals Antique machinery display Silver alumni tent Wood cooking stove and samples Steam engine display Petting zoo Pony rides Questions? Call 515-571-2929 (Schedule subject to change)
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Join us Friday, June 13th for ice cream sundaes. Garner 10:00am to 4:00pm Klemme 10:00am to 12:00pm Celebrate summer fun with us! You can rely on us
The Leader • Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Reporting from the Hancock County Courthouse MAGISTRATE COURT No Driver’s License: Maricruz Morales Tejeda, Britt, $330. Registration Violation: Amanda Suzanne Walter, Garner; Darla Pletcher, Garner; Jonah Adrian Ringham, Lake Mills, $127.50; Edson Jarzihmo Ramirez Rodriguez, Clarion, $132.50; David Scott Lindley, Corwith $161.25. Driving While Suspended: Edson Jarzihmo Ramirez Rodriguez, Clarion; Michael Scott Peterson, Garner, $397.50. Speeding (20+ over): Samantha Rae Stone, New Hampton, $201.75. Speeding (16-20 over): Zhi Liu, Temecula, CA, $181.50. Speeding (11-15 over): Nathan Alan Benson, Clear Lake, $168. Speeding (6-10 over): Todd Allen Russell, Livermore; Rollyn L. Moe, Lake Mills; Jenna Marie Hagen, Garner; Cesar A. Rocha, Chaparral, NM; Richard Kent Walbaum, Ocala, FL; Robin Eugene Curley, Mason City; Steven Andrew Jordal, Urbandale; Denny Keith Edwards, Hampton; Danny Mark Battles, Duck Hill, MS; Joshua Bryant Zwiefel, Ventura; Jacob Michael Kuhlemeier, Rockwell; Rolland C. Johsnon, Larkspur, CO; Amanda Joy Terpstra, North Liberty, $114. Speeding (1-5 over): Danielle Nicole Eggers, Garner; Michael Gerard Farr, Swisher, $87. Speeding: Kyle Lynn Michaelson, Swea City; Richard Neal Wiese, Garner; Jason a. Douglas, Britt; Dalton Jeffery Bates, Kanawha, $119; Justin Thomas Glidden, Ventura, $141; Shawn L. Rockwell, Mason City, $148. Stop Sign Violation: Phillip J. Noyed, Algona, $92; Antoine Lamont Smith, Britt, $186.50; Zhi Liu, Temecula, CA; Charles Gilmer Wilhelm, Grinnell; Maribel Zamago, Britt; Weldon Lee Benton, Timmonsville, SC, $262.50. Failure to Yield: Jenna Kathleen Schlawin, Garner, $195. Failure to Maintain Control: Elliot Neal Graves, Mason City, $200. Seatbelt Violation: James Leonard Steffen, Forest City; Natasha Rae Molencamp, Britt, $127.50. Dark Windshield/Tint Violation: Aaron Harvey Abbas, Garner; Kodie Dean Gallagher, Garner, $127.50. Equipment Violation: Michael Allan Johnson, Klemme, $108. Unsafe Backing on Highway: Jonathan Adolfo Gagot Rodriguez, Mason City, $200. Illegal Taking of Wildlife: Nathan M. Eischen, Ventura, $161.25. Fire Violation: Myranda Rochelle Gelhaus, Forest City, $80.25. Open Container: Lynn Allen Doyle, Waterloo, $465.
Possession of Alcohol by a Person Under the Legal Age: Joshua Bryant Zwiefel, Ventura, $330; Julyo Moreno, Ackley, $195. Safety Rule Violation: Steven Scott Smith, Knoxville, $161.25; Michael Kenneth Jackson, Hutchinson, MN, $127.50. Maximum Hours of Service Violation: Steven Scott Smith, Knoxville, $161.25. DISTRICT COURT Andrew Liska, 25, Britt, was sentenced on charges of “Lascivious Acts With A Child,” a class C felony, “Lascivious Acts With A Child,” a class C felony and “Indecent Contact With A Child,” an aggravated misdemeanor, all stemming from an investigation by the Garner Police Department with assistance from the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on September 15, 2013. Liska was sentenced to serve up to ten years in prison and pay a suspended fine and surcharge of $1,350 for Count I. He was also sentenced to serve up to ten years in prison and pay a suspended fine and surcharge of $1,350 Count II. Finally, he was sentenced to serve up to two years in prison and pay a suspended fine and surcharge of $843.75 for Count III. All prison sentences shall run concurrently. Liska was ordered to pay court costs, victim restitution and attorney fees. These convictions trigger a special sentence for which Liska will be eligible for lifetime parole supervision. He will also be required to register as a sex offender and be subject to residency, employment and exclusionary zone restrictions. A no contact order shall be entered for the protection of the victims. Jack Frederick Wegener, 27, Titonka, appeared for probation revocation proceedings on the underlying charge of “Possession Of A Controlled Substance - Second Offense (Oxymorphone),” an aggravated misdemeanor stemming from an incident investigated by the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on April 14, 2013. Wegener was sentenced to serve 80 days in jail and pay $843.75, plus court costs and attorney fees. The court ordered the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) to revoke Wegener’s driving privileges. He will also be required to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and complete all follow-through treatment. Jeffery Lee Gross, 55, Leland, appeared for probation revocation proceedings on the underlying charge of “Theft in the Second Degree,” a class D felony stemming from an investigation by the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on April 13, 2011. Gross was sentenced to serve up to five years in prison and pay $1,012.50, plus court costs, victim restitution and attorney fees.
CITY OF GARNER COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS UNAPPROVED MINUTES MAY 27, 2014 The City of Garner Council met in regular session on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 7:00pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Mayor Mick called the meeting to order at 7:00pm. ROLL CALL-Present: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, absent: none. Motion by Denny Drabek seconded by George Smith to approve the agenda as printed, carried unanimously. PUBLIC INPUT: none. Motion by George Smith, seconded by Deb Schmidt to approve the Consent Agenda item as follows, carried unanimously. • Minutes – May 13th Regular meeting Bill Paulus, Garner Golf Course Foundation Board, was present to answer questions regarding the April financials. Motion by Deb Schmidt, seconded by Tim Schmidt to approve requests from the Garner Chamber to hold a dedication ceremony in Central Park on June 13th for the show mobile and to have monthly church services throughout the summer at Central Park, carried unanimously. Mayor Mick announced that it was time for the Public Hearing regarding disposal of the alley in Block 8 of Park Addition. He then asked for comments from the floor. None being noted, Mayor Mick closed the Public Hearing. The following action was then taken. Motion by Tim Schmidt, seconded by Denny Drabek to approve Resolution #2014-34 SALE OF THE VACATED ALLEY IN BLOCK 8, PARK ADDITION TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Mayor Mick announced that it was time for the Public Hearing regarding the Budget Amendment. He asked for comments from the floor, City Clerk Huffman reviewed the major Program Amendments. Mayor Mick closed the Public Hearing. The following action was then taken. Motion by Denny Drabek, seconded by George Smith to approve Resolution #2014-35 CITY BUDGET AMENDMENT AND CERTIFICATION FOR FY2014, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Motion by George Smith, seconded by Deb Schmidt to set a public hearing date for an additional FY14 Budget Amendment for June 10th at 7:00pm, carried unanimously. Mayor Mick announced that it was time for the Public Hearing regarding the sale of Lot 36, Hejlik’s Second Subdivision. He then asked for comments from the floor. The following comments were heard: • Jim Aberg from Opportunity Village shared that 4 ladies ages 47-58 will be moving into the home. Resident concerns regarding property values and safety issues were addressed. Federal regulations are guiding this change for Opportunity Village which also states they cannot over-concentrate these homes. He also shared that the Garner Work Program has been in town for 34 years. • Shirley Hansen, Garner stated this home would be an asset to Garner • Josette Duncan, Garner was “floored by response” stating we can’t pick and choose our neighbors and believes we should embrace them • Karla Rudisill, Garner was very disheartened how KIMT portrayed neighbors in attendance at a previous meeting • Councilwoman Deb Schmidt stated she had a conflict of interest but apologized to Opportunity Village Mayor Mick closed the Public Hearing. The following action was then taken.
Motion by Deb Schmidt, seconded George Smith to approve Resolution #2014-36 DIRECTING THE SALE OF AN INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY FOLLOWING A PUBLIC HEARING, to Opportunity Village for $17,000, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Mayor Mick announced that it was time for the Public Hearing regarding the sale of Lot 36, Hejlik’s Second Subdivision. He then asked for comments from the floor. None being noted, Mayor Mick closed the Public Hearing. The following action was then taken. Motion by Denny Drabek, seconded by Tim Schmidt to approve Resolution #2014-37 DIRECTING THE SALE OF AN INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY FOLLOWING A PUBLIC HEARING to G-H Community School District for $16,000, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Motion by Tim Schmidt, seconded by Lynn Smith to approve Resolution #2014-38 HOUSING REHABILITATION CONTRACTS FOR 440 MABEN, 660 MABEN, 165 E 11th AND 360 W 12th in the following amounts, $28,288 to Konomi Constr of Eldora IA, $17,786 to Konomi Constr, $14,997 to Bates Bros of Rockwell IA, $17,634 to Bates Bros respectively, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Motion by Lynn Smith, seconded by Denny Drabek to approve Resolution #2014-39 HIRE OF MARK WADDINGHAM AS PUBLIC WORKS SUPERVISOR AND CODY PAULSEN AS EQUIPMENT OPERATOR AND SETTING HOURLY WAGES FOR EACH, $19.23 and $14.00 respectively, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Motion by George Smith, seconded by Deb Schmidt to approve Resolution #2014-40 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AND PERFORMANCE PAYMENT AND MAINTENANCE BOND FOR THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT STANDBY GENERATOR PROJECT, contingent upon receipt of an acceptable certificate of insurance, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Motion by Deb Schmidt, seconded by Denny Drabek to approve Resolution #2014-41 AWARDING THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION CONTRACT FOR A STANDBY GENERATOR FOR THE CITY GARAGE to Linahon Electric for $14,850, Ayes: Denny Drabek, Deb Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, George Smith, Lynn Smith, Nays: none. Motion by Tim Schmidt, seconded by George Smith to approve a proposal from River City Fence to extend the Cardinal Park chain link fence to the South for $2,516.05, carried unanimously. Motion by George Smith, seconded by Tim Schmidt to approve an additional $9,200 for asphalt repairs at 9th and 10th Streets intersecting State Street with Blacktop Services, carried unanimously. CORRESPONDENCE: Mediacom letter and channel lineup change, Iowa Arts Summit OTHER BUSINESS: Items discussed included: • Sidewalk tickets • Sump pump discharges • Dog feces and citizen responsiblity • Update on Hwy 18 & 69 Looping Project • parking issues across from the hotel • Drew Sweers from V&K shared that the actual looping will take place during non-working hours at IMT Meeting adjourned 7:50 pm. Kenton L. Mick, Mayor Daisy Huffman, City Clerk Published in The Leader on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Thomas W Mohr, 52, Renwick, was convicted of “Operating While Intoxicated - Second Offense,” an aggravated misdemeanor stemming from a traffic stop by the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on May 31, 2013. Mohr was sentenced to serve 15 days in jail and pay $2,541.25, plus court costs. The court ordered the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) to revoke Mohr’s driving privileges if not already revoked. He will also be required to attend a drinking driver’s course and to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and complete follow through treatment. ARRAIGNMENTS The following persons were arraigned: Oscar Leonard Galvan, 20, Rake, “Possession of a Controlled Substance (Marijuana),” a serious misdemeanor; Jose Juan Santillanez-Parraza, 42, Storm Lake, “Operating While Intoxicated First Offense,” a serious misdemeanor; Dustin Alin-Thomas Kiel, 19, Thompson, “Operating While Intoxicated - First Offense,” a serious misdemeanor; Carri Ann O’Toole, 43, Forest City, “Driving While Revoked,” a serious misdemeanor; George Henry Johnson, 32, Fort Dodge, “Assault on a Peace Officer, Jailer, Correctional Staff, Fire Fighter or Health Care Provider,” a class D felony, “Operating Without Owner’s Consent,” an aggravated misdemeanor and “Operating While Intoxicated - First Offense,” a serious misdemeanor. CIVIL CASES United Healthcare Insurance Co., vs, Fedder Enterprise. Judgment in favor of plaintiff. Defendant in default of $17,256.73 plus interest and costs. Unifund CCR, LLC vs. Rebecca Ann Tvedt. Judgment in favor of plantiff for $5,034.35 plus accrued interest and court costs. Wells Fargo Financial National Bank vs. Justin Lugar and Kelly Lugar. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $4,093.90 plus court costs and fee. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES Mitchell Paul Horstman, Garner, and Alicia Nicole Shan, Garner. 5-31 Gregory Allan Wilson, Britt, and Sonya Rae Fiedler, Britt. 5-18 Holly Christina Lenz, Garner, and Stephen Donavon, Garner. 5-31 DISSOLUTIONS Cindy Kay Bartlett, petitioner, vs. Rafe Matthew Waddell, respondent. Dissolution of marriage, 6-3 GARNER POLICE DEPARTMENT Traffic Stops/Accidents – 5, Motorist Assists – 0, Citizen Contact – 12, Business Contact – 1, Business Contact (Funeral) - 1, Government Contact – 2, Government Contact (ambulance) – 3, Investigation – 1, Disturbance – 1, Other – 0. May 29 9:12 a.m., 1300 Blk Front, Welfare Check. 4:38 p.m., 1200 Blk State, Parking complaint. 6:19 p.m., 300 Blk Bush, Juvenile issue. 8:18 p.m., 700 Blk Grove, Harassment. May 30 8:43 a.m., 300 Blk Center, Bad check, under investigation. May 31 10:57 a.m., Hwy 18, Citation issued to Victor Martinez-Escutia, 33, Britt, for speed. June 2 8:50 a.m., 1700 Blk State, A school bus driven by Regina Wheeler of Garner was backing from a driveway and struck a parked vehicle in the street registered to Rick Hammitt of Garner. Estimated damage $900, no injuries ad no charged filed. 12:52 p.m., 200 Blk State, Report of
suspicious activity. 7:05 p.m., Center Ave., Anthony Allen Ray Acheson, 13, Garner, was cited for no valid license and permitting an unauthorized minor to drive. June 3 1:52 p.m., 100 Blk W 3rd, Public assist. 6:11 p.m., 10th St., Tree in roadway. 11:50 p.m., 1000 Blk Division, Disturbing the peace complaint. June 4 8:50 a.m., Elm/Concord, Report of shoppers found in storm drain at corner of Elm and Concord. Benjamin Ray Monson, 14, Garner, was cited for illegal dumping. 11:12 a.m., 235th St., Citation issued to Daniel Bitker, 60, Garner, for speed. 11:24 a.m., 900 Blk Maben, Burning complaint, subject found and told to extinguish. 12:19 p.m., 300 Blk E 12th, Suspicious activity. 11:36 p.m., 1400 Blk State, Citizen assist. HANCOCK COUNTY SHERIFF May 30 4:32 p.m., 1400 Blk Vail, Fire unknown. 5:25 p.m., Hwy 18.Oak, Stalled vehicle, 6:58 p.m., Hwy 18/Kent, Accident no injuries. May 31 Three traffic stops, one citation issued. 2:29 p.m., 330th/Van St., Accident no injuries. 4:11 p.m., 1700 Blk 170th, Report of suspicious person. June 1 Three traffic stops, no citations issued. 1:48 a.m., 260th/Taft, Assist. 10:25 a.m., 200 Blk W 1st, Report of theft. 1:38 p.m., NWS, Weather warning. 2:23 p.m., Cerro Gordo County, Warrant served. June 2 9:40 a.m., 100 Blk 210th, Accident with injury. 11:58 a.m., 800 Blk State, Warrant served. 1:41 p.m., Report of theft. 5:22 p.m., 800 Blk State, Warrant served. June 3 Two traffic stops, one citation issued. 12:52 a.m., Corwith, K&H Coop, Alarm maintenance. 11:59 p.m., 200 Blk Diagonal, Alarm. June 4 Three traffic stops, one citation issued. 2:23 p.m., 1600 Blk 260th, Stand by keep peace. June 5 2:55 a.m., 330th/Birth, Accident no injuries. 9:09 a.m., Crystal Lake, Report of theft. 10:41 a.m., 2200 Blk 280th, Report of theft. PROPERTY TRANSFERS TITLE – Ethel M. Brunes Est to Steven Brunes, Don Alan Brunes, Kevin Brunes; T94N, R24W, Sect. 13 as desc. 05-21 DEED – Michael May, Rebecca May to Douglas A. Gayken, Susan L. Gayken; Corwith-Original Town 12-1 as desc. 05-21 DEED – Tommy E. May, Peggy May to Douglas A. Gayken, Susan L. Gayken; Corwith-Original Town 12-2 as desc. 05-21 TITLE – Don E. May Est, Elizabeth J. May Est to Tommy E. May, Michael May, Susan Gayken; Corwith-Original Town 12-1 as desc. 05-21 TITLE – Lois J. Schroder Est, Clarence A. Schroder Est to Barbara E. Robinson, Richard A. Schroeder; T94N, R25W, Sect. 3 as desc. 05-21 QUIT – Jerry Anderson, Kathy Anderson, Kathy Straus to Mervin Dale Wick-
Sheriff Sale NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S LEVY AND SALE IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR HANCOCK COUNTY STATE OF IOWA U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OF THE HOLDERS OF ASSET BACKED SECURITIES CORPORATION HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST, SERIES NC 2005-HE8, ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES NC 2005-HE8 VS GARY J. MADSEN; CONVERGENCE RECEIVABLES, LC; STATE OF IOWA Case# EQCV019156 Civil# 14-000317 Special Execution As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution as issued by the court of the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) Real Estate described below to satisfy judgment. The Property to be sold is A tract of land in the North East Quarter (NE 1/4) of the South West Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-four (23), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Hancock County, Iowa beginning at a point on the East line of said SW 1/4 50.00 feet S 0°00’ W of the Center of said Section 27; thence commencing S 0°00’ W 169.54 feet; thence S 90°00’ W 276.00 feet; thence S 0°00’ W 225.63 feet; thence S 90°00’ W 220.00 feet; thence N 0°--’ E 402.13 feet; thence S 89°12’ E 496.05 feet to the point of beginning. AND AS TO The North Two hundred Twenty-five and Sixty-three One hundredths (225.63) feet to the following described tract of land in the North East Quarter (NE 1/4) of the South West Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-four (24) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Hancock County, Iowa beginning at a point on the East line of said SW 1/4 219.54 feet S 0°00’ W on the Center of said Section 27; thence continuing S 0°00’ W 452.33 feet; thence S 90°00’ W 208.00 feet; thence N 0°00’ E 26.45 feet; thence S 90°00’ W 25.00 feet; thence N 0°00’ E 225.63 feet; thence N
90°00’ E 233.00 feet to the point of beginning. AND AS TO A tract of land in the North East Quarter (NE 1/4) of the South West Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-four (24) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; Hancock County, Iowa beginning at a point on the East line of said SW 1/4 671.87 feet S 0°00’ West of the Center of said Section 27; thence S 90°00’ W 208.00 feet; thence N 0°00’ E 226.45 feet; thence S 90°00’ W 25.00 feet; thence N 0°00’ E225.63 feet; thence S 90°0’’ W 43.00 feet; thence S 0°00’ W 225.63 feet; thence S 90°00’ W 220.00 feet; thence S0°00’ W 594.10 feet; thence N 88°05’ E 496.28 feet; thence N 0°00’ E 351.09 feet to the point of beginning AKA Parcels One (1) and Three (3) and the North Two Hundred Twenty-five and Sixty-three One Hundredths (225.63) feet of Parcel Two (2), all in the North East Quarter (NE 1/4) of the South West Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-four (24) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Hancock County, Iowa described in Plat of Survey 5 I.S. 141, filed for record July 25, 1995 in the office of the Recorder, Hancock County, Iowa. Property Address: 1640 HIGHWAY 18 WEST, GARNER, IA 50438 The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Sale Date 07/16/2014 Sale Time 10:00 Place of Sale HANCOCK COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 855 STATE ST, GARNER, IA 50438 This sale not subject to Redemption. Judgment Amount $139,608.25 Costs $22,601.90 Accuring Costs PLUS Interest $8,915.80 Sheriff’s Fees Pending Attorney:1350 NW 138TH STREET STE CLIVE, IA 50325 (515)222-9400 Date: 06/06/2014 Scott E. Dodd Hancock County Sheriff Published in The Leader on Wednesday, June 11 and June 18, 2014
man, Konnie Wickman; Britt-Original Town 9-7 as desc. 05-21 QUIT – Susan J. Parvi, Gary Parvi to Mervin Dale Wickman, Konnie Wickman; Britt-Original Town 9-7 as desc. 05-21 QUIT – Rosalie Davis, Julie Pralle to Mervin Dale Wickman, Konnie Wickman; Britt-Original Town 9-7 as desc. 05-21 QUIT – Patricia Freeseman, Patricia L. Freeseman, Lela Freesemann to Mervin Dale Wickman, Konnie Wickman; Britt-Original Town 9-7 as desc. 05-21 WD – Brent Evan Boelman, Sheri K. Boelman, Kim Brian Boelman, Kim B. Boelman, Beth A. Boelman, Netha Ann Pike, Netha Ann Wise, Netha Wise, Bryan D. Wise to Brent D. Boelman, Sheri K. Boelman; T94N, R23W, Sect. 25 as desc. 05-22 WD – TF 31 CCSB LLC to Scott Leff Roth 401K Trust; Klemme-Original Town 6-2 as desc. 05-22 CO – Mae Riherd Est, Nancy E. Harms Ex to Nancy E. Harms; T97N, R25W, Sect. 13 as desc. 05-22 CO – Mae Riherd Est, Nancy E. Harms Ex to John D. Riherd, Jodi Washek; T97N, R25W, Sect. 13 and Sect. 11 as desc. 05-22 DEED – Jacob Fretty Jr. Rev Tr, Beverly M. Fretty Tr, Jacob Fretty Jr. Tr to Russ Olson; Crystal Lake-Original Town 13-5 as desc. 05-22 QUIT – Angie M. Greiman, Matthew G. Greiman to Arlene B. Rasmus Est; T94N, R24W, Sect. 5 as desc. 05-22 WD – Irene Barkema to Arlene B. Rasmus Est; T94N, R24W, Sect. 5 as desc. 05-22 QUIT – Angie M. Greiman, Matthew G. Greiman to Arlene B. Rasmus Est; T96N, R23W, Sect. 18 as desc. 05-22 DEED – Thomas J. Kral to Paul Chil-
CITY OF WESLEY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS UNAPPROVED MINUTES May 27, 2014 The Wesley City Council met in special, May 27, 2014, at 6:30 pm, at City Hall. Mayor Duane Larson called the meeting to order. Council members present were: Studer, Florea, Golwitzer and Leider: Others present were Clerk Wingert. Mayor Larson opened the public hearing for the FY13/14 Budget Amendment. With no written or oral comments, Mayor Larson closed the hearing. A motion by Leider, seconded by Golwitzer, to approve Res. 14-08-Approving the FY 13/14 Budget Amendment was approved. Ayes: Florea, Studer, Leider, Golwitzer: Motion carried. Street work plans were gone over, and the clerk was to get bids for the work, by the June 4th council meeting. Motion by Golwitzer, seconded by Leider to adjourn. All ayes. Duane A. Larson, Mayor Marla J. Wingert, City Clerk Published in The Leader on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
dress, Dyan Childress; Garner-Sunset View Addition 38 as desc. 05-22 CO – Arlene B. Rasmus Est, Glenn A. Rasmus Ex to Irene Barkema; T94N, R24W, Sect. 5 as desc. 05-22 QUIT – Beth A. Galli to Terrence A. Galli; Kanawha-Thor Johnsons Addition as desc; Kanawha-West View 2nd Addition as desc.; Kanawha-Thor Johnsons Addition 1-1 as desc. 05-23 SHERIFF – Hancock County Sheriff, James L. Burik, Spouse of James L. Burik, Mortgage Electronic Registration Sys Inc Nominee, Bradford Financial Center Corp, Americas Wholesale Lender to Bank of New York Mellon Tr, Certificateholders of the CWABS Inc, Asset Baked Certificates Series 2005-14 as desc. 05-23 DEED – Donald W. Furman, Melinda R. Furman to Marc A. Fritz, Amanda N. Fritz; Garner-Heddens Addition 25 as desc. 05-27
PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR HANCOCK COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Kimberly A. Stromer, Decesased Probate No. ESPRO11318 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Kimberly A. Stromer, Deceased, who died on or about November 7, 2013: You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of April, 2014, the last will and testament of Kimberly A. Stromer, deceased, bearing date of the 20th day of November, 2003, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that David L. Stromer 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 date of mailing of this noitce 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 required 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 14th day of May, 2014. Probate Code Section 304 David L. Stromer 165 Country Club Drive Garner, Iowa 50438 Executor of Estate Collin M. Davison ICIC Pin No. AT0010905 Heiny, McManigal, Duffy, Stambaugh & Anderson P.L.C. 11 Fourth Street NE P.O. Box 1567 Mason City, IA 50402-1567 Attorneys for Executor Date of second pulbication: 11th day of June, 2014. Published in The Leader on Wednesdays, June 4 and June 11, 2014
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HANCOCK COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS May 27, 2014 Garner, Iowa The Hancock County, Iowa, Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session on the above captioned date pursuant to adjournment with Supervisors Florence (Sis) Thomas-Greiman, Ted D. Hall and Jerry J. Tlach present. Absent: none. The minutes of the May 19, 2014 meeting were read and approved. On motion by Supervisor Tlach, seconded by Supervisor Hall and carried unanimously, the Board gave approval to the following: Agreement to provide employee benefit consulting services with Tim J.Tusha pending approval of Tim J. Tusha’s legal counsel. Revised health insurance premium renewal rates for July 1, 2014 with the $500/$1000 deductible single plan increasing 1.26%, family plan decreasing 1.24%, the $750/$1500 deductible single plan increasing 1.30%, family plan decreasing 1.26%. Certification of drainage district levies for collection with Fall taxes in 2014. Utility permit for Prairie Energy Cooperative, Clarion, Iowa, for replacement of overhead power lines starting in SE . section 14, Orthel Township at the intersection of 250th Street and Ford Avenue and continuing west for two miles to Deer Avenue. On motion by Supervisor Hall, seconded by Supervisor Tlach and carried unanimously, the
Board gave approval to the following: Agreement to provide consulting services in connection with Iowa Governmental Health Care Plan with Two Rivers Insurance Company, Inc. doing business as Two Rivers Insurance Services. Utility permit for Windstream/McLeod, Urbandale, Iowa for fiber optic cable in sections 7 and 8, Magor Township on County Road B-60 also known as 140th Street between Highway 17 and Birch Avenue. On a joint teleconference with Winnebago County Board of Supervisors, Terry Durby, Warren Wubben, and Mike Stensrud and Hancock County Board of Supervisors, Florence (Sis) Thomas-Greiman, Ted Hall, and Jerry Tlach, motion by Supervisor Durby, seconded by Supervisor Hall, to amend the location of hearing of the annexation report of additional land into Joint Drainage District No. 25-27 to the Winnebago County Courthouse, Forest City, Iowa on June 16, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. All ayes. No further business to come before the Board, motion made to adjourn at 1:05 p.m. by Supervisor Tlach and carried. All Supervisors present voting, “Aye,” session to adjourn and will meet again on June 2, 2014. ATTEST: Michelle K. Eisenman, Auditor Florence (Sis) Greiman, Chair Published in The Leader on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR HANCOCK COUNTY JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, 13-4994650, Plaintiff, VS. RONALD L. HEGINGER; PALISADES COLLECTION LLC; SPOUSE OF RONALD L. HEGINGER, IF ANY; Defendants. EQUITY NO. EQCV019324 ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby notified that there is a petition on file in the office of the clerk of the above court which petition prays for a judgment in rem against the property involved in this action for the sum of $28,275.30 with interest at 8% per annum from and including September 1, 2013, on the promissory note executed by Ronald L. Heginger and mortgage executed by Ronald L. Heginger to Washington Mutual Bank, FA and assigned to Plaintiff, who is the sole and absolute owner thereof. Said note, together with the mortgage given to secure the same are due and payable by reason of the failure of the Defendants Ronald L. Heginger to pay the installments of principal when due. Plaintiff also prays in said Petition for the foreclosure of said mortgage dated December 3, 2007 recorded in 07-3295 in the Recorder’s Office of Hancock County, Iowa, with said note dated December 3, 2007 on the following described property, to-wit: Lots One (1) and Two (2), Block One (1), Grand View Addition to the Town of Kanawha, Hancock County, Iowa; situated in Hancock County in the State of Iowa AKA Lots One (1) and Two (2), Block One (1), Grand View Addition, Kanawha, Hancock County, Iowa. and also asking that said mortgage be declared a prior and superior lien to that of each of the above named Defendants; for appointment of a receiver; for the amount paid by Plaintiff for attorneys’ fees, abstract expense, costs and accruing costs of this action; that special execution issue for the sale of said real estate to satisfy said judgment, interest, attorneys’ fees and costs and for such other and further relief as may be just and equitable. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, SEE COPY
OF PETITION NOW ON FILE. THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMPTION. THIS MEANS THAT THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER ENTRY OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE. IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL SIX MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UNTIL TWO MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS RESIDENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING. YOU WILL HAVE NO RIGHT OF REDEMPTION AFTER THE SALE. THE PURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY. YOU MAY PURCHASE AT THE SALE. The Plaintiff’s attorneys are Petosa, Petosa & Boecker, L.L.P. by Theodore R. Boecker, whose address is 1350 NW 138th Street, Suite 100, Clive, Iowa 50325-8308, telephone number (515) 222-9400, facsimile number (515) 2229121. You must serve a motion or answer on or before the 1st day of July, 2014 and within a reasonable time thereafter file your motion or answer in the Iowa District Court of Hancock County, at the Courthouse in Garner, Iowa. If you do not, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in court because of a disability, immediately call your district ADA coordinator at (641) 421-0990. (If you are hearing impaired, Call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-7352942). YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS. Published in The Leader on Wednesday, May 28, June 4, and June 11, 2014
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Casey Lake (aka Hickory Hills Lake) Northeast Bluegill are in the shallows on area lakes as the spawning season is upon us. Largemouth bass fishing is heating up also as we approach summer water temperatures. Interior rivers are in excellent shape right now. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for further information contact the Manchester District Office @ 563-927-3276. Casey Lake (aka Hickory Hills Lake) Northeast Casey Lake has been good fishing for bluegill, largemouth bass and channel catfish. Casey Lake (aka Hickory Hills Lake) Northeast Bluegill - Good: Fish a small piece of worm under a slip bobber just off of the shoreline as bluegill are on the spawning beds. Casey Lake (aka Hickory Hills Lake) Northeast Largemouth Bass - Good: Try casting spinner or crank baits, rubber worms along the dam or off of the jetties for good action. Plenty of bass ranging in the 13â€? to 16â€? size range. Casey Lake (aka Hickory Hills Lake) Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Try fishing off of the old beach area with stinkbait, nightcrawlers or leopard frogs for some trophy catfish. Late afternoon, early evening has been the best. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Scattered showers are forecast for the weekend. Area rivers are turbid and unfishable but donâ€™t let that stop you from exploring a trout stream. Lakes and trout streams are in good condition. For more information on water levels, please visit this website at http://waterdata.usgs. gov/ia/nwis/rt. Call 563-927-5736 for daily stocking information. For more information, please call the Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-3828324. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Visibility is poor due to recent rainfall and flows are up. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Channel Catfish - Slow: Anglers are picking up catfish using a hook tipped with dead chubs, cut bait, stinkbait or night crawlers. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Walleye - Slow: Walleye are hit-
ting worms and minnows. A jig and twistertail is also working. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Crappie - Slow: Anglers are picking up crappies in the backwaters or shallow off channel areas using hooks tipped with minnow or rubber skirted jigs. Morning and evening are best. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Smallmouth Bass - Slow: Smallmouth are hitting night crawlers and minnows. Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Northern Pike - Slow: Anglers are beginning to see a few northerns in the creel. Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Bluegill are in the shallows on area lakes as the spawning season is upon us. Largemouth bass fishing is heating up also as we approach summer water temperatures. Interior rivers are in excellent shape right now. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for further information contact the Manchester District Office @ 563-927-3276. Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast The Cedar River is beginning to clear up again as water levels begin to drop in Bremer County. There have been good reports of channel catfish, smallmouth bass and walleye being caught in Black Hawk county. Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Walleye - Fair: A jig tipped with half a nightcrawler is a sure bet for walleye this time of year. Look for current breaks below wood structure or rocky shoreline areas for walleye. Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Channel Catfish - Fair: A nightcrawler or dead cutbaits fished upstream of logjams or below riffle areas on the bottom has been productive for channel catfish this time of year. Cutbaits have seemed to be the bait of choice recently. Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Smallmouth Bass - Fair: Try jigs tipped with a crawler or casting spinner and crank baits for smallmouth as water temperatures warm. Decorah District Streams Northeast Scattered showers are forecast for the weekend. Area rivers are turbid
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and unfishable but donâ€™t let that stop you from exploring a trout stream. Lakes and trout streams are in good condition. For more information on water levels, please visit this website at http://waterdata.usgs.gov/ia/ nwis/rt. Call 563-927-5736 for daily stocking information. For more information, please call the Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. Lake Hendricks Northeast Crappie - Slow: Anglers are picking up crappies using a jig tipped with a chartreuse twister. Crappies are in shallow. Lake Hendricks Northeast Bluegill - Excellent: Bluegills can be found close to shore and are biting on a hook tipped with a worm fished under a bobber. Lake Hendricks Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Anglers are catching catfish using a hook tipped with a nightcrawler. Lake Hendricks Northeast Largemouth Bass - Excellent:
Anglers have been using spinnerbaits or jigs tipped with soft plastics fished along the shoreline. Lake Meyer Northeast Scattered showers are forecast for the weekend. Area rivers are turbid and unfishable but donâ€™t let that stop you from exploring a trout stream. Lakes and trout streams are in good condition. For more information on water levels, please visit this website at http://waterdata.usgs.gov/ia/ nwis/rt. Call 563-927-5736 for daily stocking information. For more information, please call the Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. Lake Meyer Northeast Bluegill - Good: 6-8 inch bluegills are hitting jigs while fishing for crappies on the jetty. Lake Meyer Northeast Crappie - Fair: Anglers are picking up crappies off the jetty or in shallow water using jigs tipped with a rubber skirt in shallow water. Lake Meyer Northeast
Largemouth Bass - Excellent: Bass up to 14â€? are hitting jigs tipped with twister tails or grubs. The bass are cruising for crappies. Maquoketa River (above Monticello) Northeast Bluegill are in the shallows on area lakes as the spawning season is upon us. Largemouth bass fishing is heating up also as we approach summer water temperatures. Interior rivers are in excellent shape right now. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for further information contact the Manchester District Office @ 563-927-3276. 0 6 / 0 5 09:33 Maquoketa River (above Monticello) Northeast The Maquoketa River is in prime condition for the upcoming weekend. 06/05 09:33 Maquoketa River (above Monticello) Northeast Walleye - Fair: A jig tipped with half a nightcrawler is a sure bet for walleye this time of year. Look for current breaks below wood structure or rocky shoreline areas for walleye.
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The Leader • Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Garner-Hayfield/Ventura High School Honor Roll 4th Quarter Honor Roll (3.667 – 4.000 GPA, * = 4.00) - Freshmen: Rebekah Baxter, Katelyn Bierle, Derek Brown, Olivia Carew, Austin Case, Joshua Chizek, Candie Cueva, Andrew Dornbier, Rachel Enright, McKinley Hawe, Mallory Keech, Carlie Knutson, Hannah Lau, Kayla Leerar, Anastasia Nannenga, Katelyn Oetken, *Paige Penning, Parker Schnieders, Lydia Seelhammer, Conner Shaw, Haley Suby, Chase Theobald, Mackenzie Van Gerpen, Anna Williams, Mason Wirtz. Sophomores: Turner Albertson, Derek Anderson, Bailey Ayers, Payton Bamrick, Brandon Bell, Kaleb Bruggeman, Olivia Buseman, Taryn Carolus, Samuel Cataldo, Sydney Childress, Casie Conley, Ashlee Diaz, Jacob Folkers, Alek Goll, Morgan Graham, MaryGrace Hulbert, Kiersten Jass, Mallory Johnson, Ana Kozisek, Samantha Luscombe, Kelsey Obermann, *Katherine Rasmuson, Theodore Schoneman, Cole Schreiber, Kyleigh Slaichert, Matthew Sonquist, Kayla Stoychoff, Alex Stromer, Gabriel Umbarger, Autumn Weaver, *Sarah-Michele Weaver. Juniors: Kevin Boehnke, *Michael Chizek, Courtney Field, *Mackenzie Haag, Corey Hauptmann, Madison Hejna, Braeden Johnston, Riannan Kadrlik, Jeremiah Loschen, Austin Price, *Logan Ryerson, Shelby Schroeder, Emily Spilman, Payton Stadtlander, Grace Tusha, Tiara Van Gerpen, Laura Welsh, Sydney Younge. “B” Honor Roll (3.00 – 3.666 GPA) - Freshmen: Zachary Abbas, Samara Ades, Logan Dalbeck, Tucker Datema, Cassandra Eichmann Brandon Feuring, Abbigayle Garcia Dallas Goll, Katheryn Groom, Cassidy Hannah Jasie Heitland, Patrick Henley Cameron Jackson, Clayton John-
Congregate Meals at Cardinal Grove Garner, Iowa
odore Schoneman, Cole Schreiber, Kyleigh Slaichert, Matthew Sonquist, Kayla Stoychoff Alex Stromer, Autumn Weaver, *Sarah-Michele Weaver. Juniors: Kevin Boehnke, *Michael Chizek, Courtney Field, Megan Finley, *Mackenzie Haag, Corey Hauptmann, Madison Hejna, Braeden Johnston, Riannan Kadrlik, Jeremiah Loschen, Austin Price, *Logan Ryerson, Shelby Schroeder, Emily Spilman, Payton Stadtlander, Grace Tusha, Tiara Van Gerpen, Sydney Younge. “B” Honor Roll (3.00 – 3.666 GPA) - Freshmen: Zachary Abbas, Samara Ades, Katelyn Bierle, Logan Dalbeck, Tucker Datema, Cassandra Eichmann, Brandon Feuring, Abbigayle Garcia, Dallas Goll, Katheryn Groom, Cassidy Hannah, McKinley Hawe, Jasie Heitland, Patrick Henley, Carter Hess, Clayton Johnson, Brooklyn Laird, Rebekah Larson, Dylan Mahlstedt, Alan Mohlis, Johnathan O’Connor, Brooklynn Ossman, Bailee Pitzenberger, Courtney Pletcher, Keegan Sassaman, Emily Schreiber, Makaya Shropshire, Grady Umbarger, Katelyn Wilson, Mason Wirtz. Sophomores: Derek Anderson, Bailey Ayers, Jordan Babcock, Tucker Barickman, Dalton Basinger Benjamin Baumgard, Kaleb Bruggeman, Casie Conley, Harley Forry, Morgan Graham, Samantha Haugen, Miranda Jackson, Payton James, Mallory Johnson, Trevor Kluver, Ana Kozisek, Taylor Lackore, Betshaida Larson, Brianna McNeil, Nathan Nedved, Caitlynn Ostrem, Colton Raw, Chase Smith, Katherine Smith, Alysia Thorp, Gabriel Umbarger, Rachel Weaver, Jordan Wright. Juniors: Dakota Acheson, Sadhna Ades, Anna Baccam, Madison Benzing, Jack Bertilson, Ryan Grunwald, Jonathan Haag, Stacy Hackenmiller, Zelin Hennings, Sydney Holmes, Brianna Huinker, Andrea Huse, Remington Jorgensen, Christine LaBounty, Dane
at Community Center Klemme, Iowa
Evangelical Free Church Britt, Iowa
Dinner served at 11:30 a.m. Each meal includes 1/3 of the required daily amounts for persons age 70+. All meals include skim or 1% milk. Monday, June 16 Shepherd’s Pie, Asparagus, Apple Raisin Salad, Royal Brownie, Bread Tuesday, June 17 Roast Beef, Potatoes w/Gravy, Carrots & Broccoli, Applesauce Jello, OJ Wednesday, June 18 Baked Chicken, Baked Potato, Three Bean Salad, Cranberry/Peach Crisp, Tomato Juice Thursday, June 19 Crab or Tuna Salad, Potato Salad, Corn Salad, Cranberry Pear Crisp, Roll, Raspberry Lemonade Friday, June 20 No Meals
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Dinner served at 11:30 a.m. For reservations, call Colleen Rout in Klemme at (641) 5872736 at least one day in advance. During inclement weather, closures will be announced on KIMT, KGLO & KIOW. All meals are served with skim or 1% milk.
Monday, June 16 Shepherd’s Pie, Asparagus, Apple Raisin Salad, Royal Brownie, Bread Tuesday, June 17 Roast Beef, Potatoes w/Gravy, Carrots & Broccoli, Applesauce Jello, OJ Wednesday, June 18 Baked Chicken, Baked Potato, Three Bean Salad, Cranberry/Peach Crisp, Tomato Juice Thursday, June 19 Crab or Tuna Salad, Potato Salad, Corn Salad, Cranberry Pear Crisp, Roll, Raspberry Lemonade Friday, June 20 No Meals
Menu is subject to change. Dinner is served daily at 11:45 a.m. For reservations or questions about Congregate Meals in Garner, please call Sue Boehnke at (641) 9232114. Cardinal Grove is located at 1355 Division Street in Garner. Monday, June 16 Fish Filet, Fried Potatoes, Country Trio Vegetables, Marble Cake Tuesday, June 17 Baked Chicken, Baked Potato, Tomato Cucumber Salad, Fresh Fruit Wednesday, June 18 Roast Pork, Spicy Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Green & Wax Beans, Pudding Thursday, June 19 Crunchy Turkey Casserole, Broccoli Cuts, Mandarin Oranges Friday, June 20 Cheeseburger, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Fruit Crisp Saturday, June 21 Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Carrots, Lemon Blueberry Bars
son, Ellyana Johnston, Megan Jones, Brooklyn Laird, Rebekah Larson, Dylan Mahlstedt, Alan Mohlis, Johnathan O’Connor, Brooklynn Ossman, Bailee Pitzenberger, Courtney Pletcher, Keegan Sassaman, Chase Schilling Emily Schreiber, Makaya Shropshire, Emily Siems, Grady Umbarger, Katelyn Wilson. Sophomores: Jordan Babcock, Tucker Barickman, Dalton Basinger, Benjamin Baumgard, Todd Finley, Brett Formanek, Harley Forry, Samantha Haugen, Miranda Jackson, Payton James, Trevor Kluver, Taylor Lackore, Betshaida Larson, Brianna McNeil, Nathan Nedved, Caitlynn Ostrem Colton Raw, Chase Smith, Katherine Smith, Rachel Weaver. Juniors: Dakota Acheson, Sadhna Ades, Anna Baccam, Allison Bell, Madison Benzing, Jack Bertilson, Cody Brown, Megan Finley, Ryan Grunwald, Stacy Hackenmiller, Zelin Hennings, Sydney Holmes, Brianna Huinker, Andrea Huse, Remington Jorgensen, Christine LaBounty, Joshua Miller, Dane Neuberger, Angela O’Hara, Anna Oppedahl, Autumn Prehn, Courtney Prescott, Colby Reid, Zachary Scholl, Jennie Vaage, Mallory Van Oort. Semester 2 “A” Honor Roll (3.667 – 4.000 GPA, * = 4.00) - Freshmen: Rebekah Baxter, Derek Brown, Olivia Carew, Austin Case, Joshua Chizek, Candie Cueva, Andrew Dornbier, Rachel Enright, *Mallory Keech, Carlie Knutson, Hannah Lau, Kayla Leerar, Anastasia Nannenga, Katelyn Oetken, *Paige Penning, Parker Schnieders, *Lydia Seelhammer Conner Shaw, Haley Suby, Chase Theobald, Mackenzie Van Gerpen, Anna Williams. Sophomores: Turner Albertson, Payton Bamrick, Brandon Bell, Olivia Buseman, Taryn Carolus, Samuel Cataldo, Sydney Childress, Ashlee Diaz, Todd Finley, Jacob Folkers, Alek Goll, MaryGrace Hulbert, Kiersten Jass, Samantha Luscombe, Kelsey Obermann, *Katherine Rasmuson, The-
Neuberger, Angela O’Hara, Anna Oppedahl, Autumn Prehn, Courtney Prescott, Colby Reid, Zachary Scholl, Jennie Vaage, Mallory Van Oort, Laura Welsh.
Flatebo receives master’s degree
SIOUX CITY, IA - Ashley Flatebo from Garner, was one of 87 graduate students to receive a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, at the end of the spring semester 2014.
Jepsen named to dean’s list
ROCHESTER, MN - Steven Jepsen, a resident of Garner, was among 1,035 students from Rochester Community and Technical College who made the Dean’s List for Spring Semester 2014 ending this past May. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must successfully complete 12 or more letter-graded credits, in the same semester, and achieve a grade point average between 3.0 and 4.0.
Christ graduates Cornell College
MOUNT VERNON - Ariana Christ, of Britt, was one of 250 students to graduate from Cornell College on May 11. Christ graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. One of the 40 “Colleges That Change Lives,” Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, is a national liberal arts college with a distinctive One Course At A Time curriculum.
UI College of Dentistry White Coat Ceremony
IOWA CITY - Approximately 80 University of Iowa College of Dentistry students participated in the annual White Coat Ceremony, held on May 9 on the UI campus. The White Coat Ceremony honors first-year dental students as they move into the second year that involves their first patient experiences. The dental students were ceremonially cloaked with their first white laboratory coats and in the presence of family, friends and faculty, the students recited the Oath of a Dentist. The UI College of Dentistry is currently the only dental school in the country with advanced programs in all recognized specialty areas. Seventy-nine percent of dentists in the state of Iowa are UI College of Dentistry alums. Students from our area that participated include Erika Diemer of Britt and Briana Lage of Meservey.
Rebecca Nelson receives scholarship from Dordt College SIOUX CENTER, IA - Rebecca Nelson of Ventura, has been awarded Bonnema Memorial Music, instrumental music, and Presidential scholarships from Dordt College as an incoming freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnema established several scholarships to encourage Dordt College students in various majors. This scholarship encourages students to demonstrate Christian commitment and principles in the area of music. A 3.00 cumulative GPA is required. One $900 scholarship is avail-
able. Dordt College Challenge, Honors, and Presidential Scholarships are academic scholarships awarded to students with a 2.80 cumulative GPA and a 19 ACT (or 1330 SAT) composite score. Scholarships ranging $1,000-$2,000 are named Challenge Scholarships, scholarships ranging $3,500-$5,000 are named Honors Scholarships and scholarships ranging $5,500-$9,000 are named Presidential Scholarships.
SDSU students named to dean’s list BROOKINGS, S.D. – The following students have been named to the dean’s list for academic excellence during the Spring 2014 semester at South Dakota State University. To earn dean’s list distinctions in SDSU’s colleges, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credits and must
have earned at least a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Students with an asterisk received a perfect 4.0 GPA. Kelsi Rae Pringnitz of Garner, College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences, and Britney DeYoung Rauk of Forest City, College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences.
The following students were named to the A Honor Roll at West Hancock High School for 2nd semester: 9th Grade; Anna Chizek, Faith Hammer, Bailee Leerar, Nicholas Lemmon, Danni Quastad, Alyssa Tegtmeyer, Seth Weiland. 10th Grade; Emma Chizek, Elizabeth Eckels, Rachel Kumsher, Emily Leerar, Erin Roth, Kaitlin Smith, Samuel Smith, Connor Sonius. 11th Grade; Leah Christ, Macey Harms, Natasha Peterson. 12th Grade; Rachel Francis, Chloe Nielsen, Rachael Smith, Joseph Thill, Adam Weiland. The following students were named to the B Honor Roll at West Hancock High School for 2nd semester: 9th Grade; Kaitlynn Brazzel, Bryce Buren, Hailey Crowder, Madison Daniels, Dylan Eckels, Benjamin
Eisenman, Kaylee Hudspeth, Nicholas Hunt, Nathaniel Jackson, Joshua Kreitlow, Nicole Lampe, Andi Robbins, Chandler Schuver, David Wade, Jordan Weiland. 10th Grade; Briana Abbas, Antwoneisha Crosby, Cara Francis, Hannah Hejlik, Ricardo Ibarra, Brice Kudej, Liliana Lechuga, Monica Loeschen, Victor Martinez, April Robbins, Arely Romero, Alexis Thompson. 11th Grade; Mallory Becker, Nicole Burgardt, Whitney Burgardt, Allan Chizek, Michael Eekhoff, Bailey Eisenman, McCaully Johanson, Thomas Nelson, Jessica Ohrt, Jordan Savoy. 12th Grade; Katelynn Cox, Taylor Glawe, Jacob Hejlik, Hunter Hiscocks, Cassidy Jackson, Trista Kroeplin, Krista Kruger, Uziel Romero, Patrick Verbrugge, Cole Weiland.
West Hancock High School honor roll
CWL Jr-Sr High Honor Roll
The following students were named to the A Honor Roll at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne Jr-Sr High School for 2nd semester: 10th Grade; Shayla Banchs, Grant Carroll, Ali Foth, Darek Garman. 11th Grade; Brandy Armstrong, Esden Carroll, Kara Hauswirth, Danielle Young. 12th Grade; Israa Azzouz, Stefan Chambers, Taylor Elvington, Ellyssahanna Espinosa, Haley Grein, Sam Ludwig, Casey McGregor, Chandler Vorland. The following students were named to the A Honor Roll at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne Jr-Sr High School for 4th quarter: 7th Grade; Kennedy Halsrud, Halle Lawson, Alexia Tebben, Alyssa Yokimishyn. 10th Grade; Shayla Banchs, Grant Carroll, Darek Garman. 11th Grade; Brandy Armstrong, Esden Carroll, Kara Hauswirth, Danielle Young. 12th Grade; Israa Azzouz, Stefan Chambers, Taylor Elvington,
Ellyssahanna Espinosa, Haley Grein, Sam Ludwig, Casey McGregor. The following students were named to the B Honor Roll at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne Jr-Sr High School for 2nd semester: 9th Grade; Mariah Burma, Logan Johnson, Luis Roque-Castro, Gabriel Young. 10th Grade; Tyson Halsrud, Marilou McPeak, Kaitlyn Teepe. 11th Grade; Starr Haler, Johnathan Hinz, Jordan Nygaard. 12th Grade; Jared Haler, Jamie Studer. The following students were named to the B Honor Roll at Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne Jr-Sr High School for 4th quarter: 7th Grade; Macy Grein. 9th Grade; Mariah Burma, Logan Johnson, Luis Roque-Castro, Gabriel Young. 10th Grade; Ali Foth, Tyson Halsrud, Marilou McPeak, Kaitlyn Teepe. 11th Grade; Starr Haler, Johnathan Hinz, Jordan Nygaard. 12th Grade; Jared Haler.
Wednesday is Ladies Day
LADIES DAY SPECIAL INCLUDES: * OIL CHANGE (up to 6 Qts Oil) * FREE 27-POINT INSPECTION * VACUUM INTERIOR
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All served with your choice of a fresh side salad or a cup of one of Bill’s soups
Turkey Ciabatta B-L-T
Sourdough Roast Beef
Virginia Ham Ciabatta
Smoked turkey with bacon, fresh lettuce & sweet tomato on ciabatta bread with light mayo and provalone cheese, hot off the panini grill.
Honey ham, beef bologna, hard salami, American cheese, fresh lettuce, & sweet tomato on a hoagie bun.
Open Mon.-Sat. 11 am to 7 pm Sunday 11 am to 6 pm
Honey ham, turkey, bacon, leaf Roast beef with roasted tomalettuce, tomato, and American toes, pesto, lettuce, & provalone cheese on a Wildcheese on Wildﬂower Bakery ﬂower Bakery sourdough bread; large croissant. hot off the panini grill.
Virginia ham with mustard spread, baby Swiss cheese, fresh lettuce, & sweet tomato on ciabatta bread, hot off the panini grill.
Available 11 a.m. to 7 p. m. Eat here, take home or take to work!