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BY NICK PEDLEY Hampton-Dumont Elementary Principal Jerry Buseman announced last week that he will resign from his position with the school effective July 3. Buseman has been with H-D for 23 years. He served as a third grade teacher from 1991-2003, and has spent the past 11 years as principal at North Side and South Side elementaries. Buseman was out of the ofÀce this week and could not be reached for comment. “I think he had a great opportunity to go back to the family farm that he just couldn·t pass up,” said H-D Superintendent Todd Lettow. “So I think that·s what he plans to do.” Buseman·s family has a farm near Belmond, Lettow said. Buseman·s wife, Wendy, teaches third grade at Hampton-Dumont, and Lettow expected her to stay at her current position with the school. Lettow said Buseman will be missed by both students and faculty members. “When I think about Jerry, I just think about how kid-oriented he is,” Lettow said. “He was always there for the kids. Every day he·d wear some goofy sort of tie just to try and get a reaction from them, and they loved it. It was just stuff like that.” H-D will most likely hire an interim principal once Buseman leaves. The search for a full-time replacement will get underway sometime in the 2014-15 school year, according to Lettow. “It·s pretty late in the year for us to Ànd anyone right now,” he said. “Most schools start hiring for these jobs in February or March.”

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Seated from left to right: Recount board members Ken Lubkeman, Jeanne Plagge and Renee Hansen sift through ballots June 10 as county deputy audior Julie Pralle looks on. Incumbent District II Supervisor Jerry Plagge was con¿rmed the winner of the June 3 GOP primary election following a vote recount last week. NICK PEDLEY/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

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McVicker ..............................56 Plagge .................................30

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McVicker ..............................65 Plagge .................................28

BY NICK PEDLEY A vote recount in the Republican primary race for Franklin County Supervisor District II conÀrmed incumbent Jerry Plagge as the winner on June 10. Gary McVicker, Plagge·s opponent, challenged the results of the June 3 GOP primary election after he was defeated by a three-vote margin. McVicker petitioned for a vote recount after the election results were canvassed on June 9, and the recount was held the following day inside the Franklin County Law Enforcement Center.

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A three-person board hand-counted each ballot and then ran them through a vote-counting machine, but the original results were upheld – Plagge was conÀrmed the winner of the primary, 206-203. “That just goes to show you that every vote counts, doesn·t it?” McVicker said after the recount. “With it being that close, I just had to do it.” Franklin County Auditor Michelle Giddings said the recount was the Àrst she had encountered in her 14 years at the position. She recalled a recount after a CAL school board

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election when Bob Davies was auditor, but she couldn·t remember the year. Because Giddings was relatively new to the process, she consulted the Iowa Secretary of State·s webSee RECOUNT: Page 2

SO FAR, SO GOOD FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY CROPS

BY NICK PEDLEY For many farmers throughout Franklin County, the 2014 planting season was a night and day difference compared to 2013. But then again, that·s not saying much. “A lot of people that come into the ofÀce here will say, ¶Oh, this is so much better than last year!· ” said Steve Abbas, county executive director of the Farm Service Agency. “Things were pretty bad then.” Relentless precipitation and wet Àeld conditions made the 2013 planting season one of the longest and most unpredictable on record. Some farmers couldn·t get their crops in un-

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til mid-June, while others simply didn·t plant them at all – around 17,000 acres of Franklin County Àelds went into prevented planting last year, according to Abbas. However, that gaudy number was reduced to zero this spring when an extended period of cooperative weather allowed farmers to complete Àeldwork with time to spare. “With that week and half, 10-day window we had in May, everybody was going pretty hard from sunup to sundown,” said Tanner Bohman, crop specialist at AgVantage FS. “I·d say everything is ahead of where we were last year.”

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BY NICK PEDLEY After a heated debate Monday night, the Hampton-Dumont Board of Education agreed to move the South Side Elementary library into a portion of the cafeteria and a special education class into a smaller room to create space for the 201415 school year. The changes won·t become ofÀcial until the board approves the moves during a special meeting on Monday, June 23. The group was in a special work session Monday night, which disallows any board action. The changes will free up space for two extra rooms at South Side to accommodate an enrollment bubble in the kindergarten class. Monday·s workshop followed the board·s regular meeting, which was Àlled with routine business. “There·s no doubt the current sit-

uation is not ideal for our librarian, but moving it to the lunchroom is the best outcome for a situation that·s not ideal,” said Superintendent Todd Lettow. “Like Jerry [Buseman] said, We have to Ànd the best solution that·s least disruptive for the largest amount of students.” Elementary Principal Jerry Buseman suggested the library and special education room changes at the board·s workshop last week. Numerous ideas were discussed at that session and at Monday night·s workshop, but ultimately the group felt Buseman·s suggestion was the only possible solution given the narrow timeframe they had to work with. Other suggestions ranged from renting space at the Youth for Christ building in Hampton as well as See H-D BOARD: Page 3

Hampton council approves Progress Park cameras BY NICK PEDLEY Two new surveillance cameras will be installed at Hampton·s Progress Park soon with the hopes of curbing vandalism and other incidents around that area. The Hampton City Council approved funding for the cameras, surveillance software and other essential components at its meeting June 12. Jeff Christiansen of Advanced Tech Solutions, Inc., is the contractor for the camera project, which will cost $5,630. All expenses will be covered by a $5,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Franklin County and a $1,000 matching obligation from the city. One camera will be pointed towards the Progress Park entranceway and the other will record the southeasterly area near the fence line and some of the park. The council had discussed the cameras extensively over the past six months. Police Chief Bob

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Nearly all of Franklin County·s corn and soybean crop was planted by the end of May this year. Bohman said corn is progressing nicely throughout much of the area, and many Àelds were clean and weedless so far. The relatively ideal conditions have allowed the local corn crop to grow mostly unfettered during the past month. Bohman said most corn was in the V3-V5 stage of growth, which means the plants were showing three to Àve visible leaves above the soil. “Things are starting to shoot off rapidly with some of the heat we·ve been getting and the dry days,” Bohman said on June 12. “We·ve had some timely rains over the past month, but I think it still could use a little more.” Bohman·s wish came true with Monday·s thunderstorms. Though Àelds needed the precipitation, that wasn·t the case for some areas of Franklin County earlier this spring. Hard and heavy rains created a thick crust on the topsoil in some Àelds shortly after they were planted. The crust hindered corn plants during the germination stage, which forced some farmers to replant their Àelds. “That crust was so hard that the corn plant just couldn·t break the surface of the soil,” Bohman explained. “But that happened to only a small amount of Àelds in the county, I·d say.” Very few, if any, soybean Àelds were affected by the rain-induced crust. Both Bohman and Abbas were moderately optimistic about the soybean crop, but they said last week that local Àelds needed more rain to help the plants in their early stages of development. The situation is quite a contrast from a year ago. Despite the need for few extra inches of rain, the two ag experts felt Franklin County·s crops were in good standing so far in 2014. “Really everything is looking pretty good, I think,” Abbas said. “Some folks got a slow start, but that always varies. What I·ll say is that there are some good-looking Àelds and few not so good-looking Àelds.”

site prior to last week·s recount to ensure each step was taken according to protocol. McVicker had to petition for a recount within three days after the primary results were canvassed, which he did. After the petition was Àled and approved, both candidates had to select a representative for the three-person recount board. Plagge choose his wife, Jeanne, while McVicker selected Renee Hansen. Ken Lubkeman was picked by both candidates to be the neutral party during the recount process. Neither candidates were present on June 10. “The candidates could be here if they wanted, they just chose not to,” Giddings said. Before the recount got underway, Giddings laid out the ground rules for the three-person board. The board itself had the power to decide how the votes were recounted. Jeanne Plagge proposed running the ballots through the vote-counting machine, while Hansen requested a hand count. After a brief de-

bate, both parties agreed to count the votes by hand and then double-check the totals with the machine. “I don·t have a problem with the hand count, it·s just going to be time consuming,” said Plagge. And time consuming it was. The recount board had to sort through ballots from District II·s four precincts – Hamilton/Lee/Reeve, Hampton Ward I, Hampton Ward IV and Marion – and then count them by hand. Lubkeman verbally counted the ballots while Plagge and Hansen kept score. “Gary. Jerry. Jerry. Gary. Gary. Gary. Jerry,” Lubkeman called out. The hand counts matched up with each machine count until the board reached the Ànal precinct – Marion. Jeanne Plagge recorded 99 votes for her husband, but the machine counted 100, which matched the original June 3 number. Mark Fredricks, who was at the recount representing the company that distributes the vote-counting machine, said the one-vote discrep-

ancy was probably due to human error. “To miss one vote, it·s easily done,” he said. “I see it all the time.” The recount board agreed and opted to go with the machine·s count rather than amend the canvassed results. The one-vote difference wouldn·t have altered the 206-203 Ànish either way. “We·re going with the machine count, because they questioned their hand count,” Giddings said. The afÀrmation conÀrmed Plagge as the Republican Party·s choice for Supervisor District II on the November ballot. It would appear he·d be unopposed, as no Democrat opted to run for the party·s nomination in the primary. But that doesn·t necessarily mean he won·t face a challenge. “I·m still undecided about what I·m going to do next,” said McVicker. “I·ve had some people ask me to run [as an Independent] in November. I·m giving it some hard thought right now.”

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BY NICK PEDLEY After more than four decades with the Hampton Police Department, communication supervisor and 911 dispatcher Willy Mason has decided to hang it up. “I¡m not sure it¡s completely sunk in yet. It will probably be very different,â€? she said. “I¡m just looking forward to a new chapter in my life and new opportunities.â€? Mason¡s last day with the Hamp-

ton Police Department is Saturday, June 21. She started as an emergency dispatcher in 1973 and gradually worked her way up the ladder to her current position. She¡s received countless calls over the years, but she still remembers her very Ă€rst shift. “I was pretty nervous,â€? she admitted. “Gradually, as you learn the job more you become more familiar with it. But there are still calls that

affect you, of course.â€? As most people may guess, improved technology has been the biggest difference at the dispatching center since Mason joined nearly 41 years ago. Everything was handwritten back then, and many emergency calls for things like Ă€re alarms were done by siren. If a Ă€re was called in, an alarm was sounded and Ă€reĂ€ghters headed to the station. Mason said the evolution of emergency communication has been nothing short of remarkable. “Technology has just really changed the job,â€? she said. “We couldn¡t do any drivers license checks, and there were no vehicle registration checks back then. Everything like that had to go through the State Patrol.â€? The rudimentary early 911 system gradually gave way to more advanced technology. By the 1980s, the dispatching center had switched to a computer-driven system that tracked phone calls and helped provide better service. Keeping pace with changes in technology was only one part of Mason¡s job. She said adapting to the stresses of emergency phone calls took time, which was sometimes difĂ€cult in a small town like Hampton. “You get calls from family or friends, or people in general that you

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do know. Bad things happen to people, and that¡s not always easy,â€? she said. “You just have to handle those and realize that you need to get the information clearly and get help to those people.â€? The days of frantic phone calls and taxing shifts will be behind her soon, but Mason said she enjoyed her 40-plus years as a dispatcher. She said she plans to spend more time with friends and family, and she also hopes to explore other opportunities in her retirement. “I will always look back fondly at the years I¡ve worked here. I¡ve worked with some really great people that I will always respect and have a great admiration for,â€? she said. Feelings of admiration and respect were mutual from Mason¡s fellow city employees. A farewell party hosted by Mason¡s co-workers is set for Friday, June 20, from 4-6 p.m., at City Hall. The public is invited to attend. “Her dedication and professionalism has been above and beyond,â€? said Hampton City Manager Ron Dunt, at the June 12 council meeting. “We thank her for her service and dedication for all those years, and we wish her the best in retirement.â€?

The council handled a short agenda comprised with routine business after it approved funding for the cameras. On a 4-0 vote (Steve Harms and Valerie Haugebak were absent), the group approved transferring bookkeeping duties at the Hampton Public Library over to the city ofÀce. In the past, library Director Kim Manning handled bookkeeping duties, but they will now be the city staff¡s responsibility. The change was suggested by the city¡s auditing Àrm. It will make

the annual audit go more smoothly with all Ă€nancial records under one roof, and it will also alleviate some time-consuming duties for Manning. “I think it¡s a good idea,â€? said Council Member Jim Davies. “It¡ll let her do what she was hired to do. Not that she wasn¡t hired to do the Ă€nances, but to work more directly with the reading and the library.â€? The change will take effect on July 1. The library will retain spending authority for all expeditures approved by its board.

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to renting portable buildings and moving them in near South Side. However, various hurdles like lease agreements and building code requirements made those possibilities unlikely for next year. K-12 Librarian Christine Jacobs said the move wasn¡t ideal, but she also explained the South Side library wasn¡t in the greatest spot as it is. She felt moving it to the cafeteria would at least create more room and show the public what kind of space a suitable library would require. “I guess I¡d have to agree with Mr. Lettow. It¡s the best outcome of a situation that¡s not ideal,â€? Jacobs said. “Am I going to like not having air conditioning? Of course I¡m not going to like it, but it¡s not about me.â€? In a situation that mirrored last week¡s workshop, Monday night¡s session broke into a scattered debate about potential short-term solutions before the board agreed to move the library and special education class. Many teachers were in attendance and offered opinions on how various moves might affect the learning environment at the elementary schools. Some suggested their own solutions, but the board agreed hold off and investigate those ideas and others at future meetings.

“Right now we¡re looking at a lot of evils, and we have to Ă€gure out the lesser of all of them,â€? said Lissa Fulkerson, 7/8 language arts teacher. Board Member Jeff Rosenberg suggested completely cutting 3-yearold pre-kindergarten classes and moving the alternative high school, in addition to many other ideas. The changes would create space at North Side, but his peers ultimately felt they were too hasty to implement before the 2014-15 school year. “It just seems more disruptive to different groups like the kindergartners, the 3-year-olds, the alternative high school,â€? said Board Member Kristi Wragge. “A before B; A before B. Let¡s just get A done Ă€rst.â€? Board Vice President Stacy Miller agreed, and felt cutting programs would just hurt things like literacy

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All eyes on Iowa Get ready for a bloodbath, because the campaign season is about to get ugly. Well, maybe uglier. Election season throughout Iowa and the entire country has entered a fever pitch in recent weeks. Primary elections have yielded some interesting results here and elsewhere, and it·s poised to get even more heated as we progress into summer. Iowa has a prized U.S. Senate seat up for grabs, and handful of contested races for the U.S. House have also drawn the eye of the national media. Once again, Iowa and its politics are at center stage. The matchup for the Senate seat between Republican Jodi Ernst and Democrat Bruce Braley is the marquee event here in the Hawkeye State. Braley, who once seemed like a shoo-in to replace long-time Senator Tom Harkin, doesn·t appear so automatic anymore. Ernst was able to build her brand through a series of unconventional TV commercials prior to her primary election victory. In her most well-known ad, she mentioned castrating pigs on a farm while growing up in Iowa. The commercial raised a few eyebrows and may be tongue-in-cheek, but it appears to have worked – recent polls show Braley and Ernst in a neck and neck race. Like every other close election, the Senate race will boil down to whichever candidate appeals to moderate voters. It seems unlikely that Ernst could garner much support from undecided voters come November. She has a staunch conservative background and Iowa Senate voting record that might make her appear too right wing for some. But Braley has a partisan record too, and most of it comes at the national level during his time in the House of Representatives. It·s much too early to pick a favorite in this race, but one thing·s for certain: the mud is going to Áy feverishly over the next four months. The glitz and glamor of the Ernst/Braley race has overshadowed other campaigns throughout the state. A tooth-and-nail Àght for the GOP nomination in U.S. Congressional District 3 has created a dragged out affair in the wake of an inconclusive primary – none of the six candidates garnered 35 percent of the vote on June 3, which forced the need for a nominating convention scheduled for this week. The winner will go on to face Democratic Staci Appel in the race to replace outgoing District 3 Congressman Tom Latham. This campaign has also created quite a stir, as the winner will have some pretty big shoes to Àll. Latham is well-liked throughout the state and is very respected among his peers in Washington, D.C. Even our own area isn·t spared from election excitement this year. Incumbent Democratic state Senator Amanda Ragan will square off against Republican candidate Shawn Dietz in Iowa Senate District 27. The race has drawn statewide attention from both parties as Republicans make a push for control of the legislative houses in Des Moines – if a few districts change hands in November, Republicans could take power in both the House and Senate. Making the District 27 race even more signiÀcant is the fact that there hasn·t been an election held here since lines were redrawn after the 2010 Census. Whether it goes red or blue will have interesting implications at the local level and throughout the state. The next four months will be daunting and quite bothersome for most folks. Political ads are going to Áood media at all levels, headlines will be crammed with campaign news, and endless debate will pop up each day about who has the best shot come Election Day. Nonetheless, it·s great that we have a choice. We can bemoan our two-partied system and complain about a lack of options, but two choices are better than one. The outcomes of these races are yet to be seen, but voters should brace themselves – the next few months are going to be one wild ride.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Property owner cautions against signing RICL easements Letter to the Editor: I·m writing with a request for all other landowners within the Rock Island Clean Line construction corridor: Please do not sign an easement with the RICL. Signing an easement will place you in a loselose-lose situation. You will lose the respect of your neighbors by helping the RICL get its franchise, lose control of (and devalue) your property, and probably lose any lawsuit against the RICL for damage it does to your property.

The RICL land agents could promise you almost anything. The RICL has very “Deep Pockets.” Do you have enough money to win a lawsuit against a company controlled by billionaires? A May 22, 2012, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission document lists the RICL·s Àve levels of ownership. The majority owners of the RICL, the three billionaire Ziff brothers, are hiding behind one partnership (L.P.) and four Limited Liability Companies (L.L.C.) Are these Àve levels

used for lawsuit and tax protection? A 2012 Forbes list of Aspen, Colo., billionaires said each Ziff brother is worth $4.2 billion. Do you think the Ziff Brothers would give you an easement to build cattle feedlots on their Aspen property? Fight for your farmland! File objections, forget easements! Jim Doorley 32605 190th St. Hudson

Lasting impressions of a summer vacation Our chickens are coming home to roost in Iraq. The slaughter and disruption of so many people·s lives is incomprehensible to us. I cannot imagine the terror of cruise missiles and tanks sweeping across our country by some super power because we have a dictatorial leader from which we need to be saved. I·m not sure how I came to doubt such big government excess. Our experiences and upbringing shape us all in different ways, so we should always consider the source of any information. With that in mind, this column will tell the story of my summer of 1976. It helped shape my opinions in “The Alternative.” Lumber prices were in the dumps in 1976. I was a choker setter at the time. I ran around putting cables around logs so they could be pulled out of the woods. With job prospects looking grim (and a thirst for adventure), I decided to go up to southeastern Alaska. I Áew Alaska Airlines to Ketchikan in April soon after a similar jet had run off the end of a runway. Unfortunately, I was a month too early for the logging season. I did odd jobs around Ketchikan trying to stretch the $100 I brought for a grub-stake. Soon I got a job on a 37-foot salmon Àshing boat. The owner and I headed to Juneau with a fridge full of rotten food. I don·t think I·ve ever met a bigger jerk before or since. We had a 12-foot following sea that tossed that little cork around and nearly made me seasick for the Àrst time in my life. I felt some guilt for leaving the guy without help but there are two sides to every story. Maybe he appreciated my replacement more or maybe he sold his boat and went to work as a prison guard. When we arrived in Juneau I went to the state Job Service ofÀce and found a job with Erickson Air-Crane, who was clearing a rightof-way for a power line from a hydro-electric plant. They had completed the line along a ridge-top a year earlier but it blew down. The Army Corps of Engineers doesn·t take advice from mere mortals about 100 mile-per-hour winds with Àve feet of wet snow. They think they know better, like Donald Rumsfeld. When we arrived at the site we came upon a guy in fatigues with a Homelite trying to saw off roots in dirt and rocks. He was cursing the poor saw because it wouldn·t cut with

teeth like BBs. Anyway, we were laid off after two and a half days because the support ALTERNATIVE barge wasn·t there yet. The boss didn·t like me much beFritz cause I had worked for CoGroszkruger lumbia Helicopters before and he never called me back. Columbia and Erickson were rivals, each claiming to be the Àrst successful helicopter loggers. Juneau was an interesting place. Tourists and bureaucrats Áourished there but it wasn·t like other Alaskan towns. There was no industry. I stayed in the Franklin Hotel for a couple of nights. It smelled of Pine Sol disinfectant and had a plywood door on a common bathroom. Then the money ran out and I camped in my down sleeping bag and tent in a canyon with avalanches rumbling all night. The cold drizzle never let up and everything I had was wet. I would go to the bakery and library to warm up. I called my dad, who sent $50. I had heard there was the best deal on a meal at the Baranof Hotel. I followed the instructions. Get a table for one. Order a seafood chowder to start. They brought a Àve story relish tray and a huge mounded-up bowl of chowder with French bread and real butter. I was stuffed and honestly said, “I can·t hold any more.” Five dollars Àlled a shrunken stomach. I tear up to think what a blessing this was. I wonder if the manager knew of his charity. Next, I caught the ferry to Sitka. I put my name in at Job Service. Employers depended on that pool of workers to simplify hiring in the frontier environment. I moved into a ranch style house with all linoleum Áoors that was The Salvation Army. A more appropriate name could not exist. Within a week I was on a Áoat plane (with plywood doors!) heading to Rowan Bay to work for Bud Brown Logging. Logging camp was an experience in itself and must wait for another day to tell. But it was a good example of how central planning can work. It works when all parties consent. We all gained from the work done there, not like what we did to Iraq. Please respond to Fritz at 4selfgovernment@gmail.com. And join the discussion at his blog: www.alternativebyfritz.com. Any input is greatly appreciated.

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It was no coincidence that last week·s column was all about Nintendo. With the Electronics Entertainment Expo last week, everybody in my circles has had video games on the brain. E3 is a magical time of year where game developers big and small Áock to Los Angeles to show off the games we get to look forward to for the next year. Nintendo, even though they didn·t really have a stage show at the convention, still managed to show up the competition with a slew of announcements. If “Super Smash Bros.” hadn·t already sold me on the Wii U, the tiny taste of the next-gen Legend of Zelda game did. Really, it·s an overdue purchase. There are already at least three games on the Wii U that I·ve been dying to play. For all of Nintendo·s many faults, they do make the best games in the business. The Wii U may not have the same level of third party support that the Xbox One and PS4 enjoy, but Nintendo·s own titles will always eventually make up the difference. With more must-haves coming down the pipeline, it·s getting harder and harder to deny that the Wii U is a system worth owning. I foresee an expensive trip to Best Buy in my future within the next few weeks. And although $300 still seems steep for a console, which is rediculous considering both the PS4 and Xbox One are $100 more (and the fact that I spent more than that upgrading the graphics card in my PC), cost hasn·t been the biggest barrier keeping me from taking the plunge. Sure, after being spoiled by 75 percent off sales on Steam for so long, spending $60 on a single game is a hard magic mushroom to swallow. The bigger problem is that I·ve been spoiled by Steam·s rediculous sales in a different way. When a game you·ve had an eye on becomes cheaper than a takeout lunch, it·s very easy to amass a collection of games you·ll play “later.” You recent high school graduates out there, take note. There are a lot of good things about being an adult, but an excess of free time is not one of them. Sure, a 40hour work week, if you·re lucky enough to get one in this economy, doesn·t seem so bad coming off of an 8-4 school schedule, but don·t let that fool you. There·s cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping and a slew of other chores to take care of. Even if you·re already taking care of some of those responsibilities for your household, cleaning up the house is an entirely different experience when it·s your name on the lease agreement. Likewise, grocery shopping is very different when you realize you only have to buy things you like to eat. And while being able to eat ice cream for dinner in the privacy of your own living room is a unique privilege for the newly emancipated adult, that kind of freedom comes at the cost of a lot of free time. Right now there are 17 games on my PC that I·ve yet to Ànish, and more than twice that I·ve never even started. I keep adding to the backlog, thinking that someday I will Ànd myself with more free time than I know what to do with. Which is rediculous. I am as single as a guy whose primary social activity is the weekly trip to the comic shop. My only dependents are my cats, a pet known for their self-sufÀciency. I should have tons of free time. And yet, unless I win the PowerBall, I·m decades away from having the kind of free time I·d need to get through everything I want to. So yeah, I·m probably going to get a Wii U, but something else is going to have to go to Àt it in on the schedule. Maybe less NetÁix, or not working on a new video project, or forgetting my place in the book I·m reading. First world problems indeed. Travis Fischer is a news writer for Mid-America Publishing and wouldn·t mind having a life, but who has the time?


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The Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors visited Belen Krabbe of Franklin Financial Services as she celebrated her 30-year anniversary! Belen has served the community for 30 years and has recently become the Chapter President of the North Central Iowa American Financial Education Alliance. She has recently become an Instructor and Personal Financial Coach for AFEA. Franklin Financial Services is a member of the Greater Franklin County Chamber. Pictured L to R: Newton Grotzinger, Ron Raney, Jackie Montanez, Blaine Lenz, Belen Krabbe, Dyanne Pralle, Marlys Pralle, Frankie Aliu and Terry Carr. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Public Health Clinics

The following clinics have been scheduled for the Franklin County Public Health. Friday, June 20, 8:30-9:30 a.m., Blood Pressure, Franklin County Public Health, walk-in Wednesday, June 25, 9-11 a.m., Foot Clinic, Franklin Prairie Apartments, 456-5820 Friday, June 27, 8:30-9:30 a.m., Blood Pressure, Franklin County Public Health, walk-in Friday, June 27, 8:30-9:30 a.m., Blood Pressure, Ackley State Bank, Ackley, walk-in Friday, June 27, 2-3 p.m., Blood Pressure, Leahy Grove Assisted Living, walk-in

LOOKING BACK

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 2014

by Joyce Schomburg

Fifty Years Ago June 18, 1964 Bark Co-editors Attend Journalism Workshop—Comparing advertisements, Barbara Tucker, and Janet Malsed, both of Hampton, listen to Cathy Fischgrund, Daily Iowan ad salesman at the State University of Iowa. She is demonstrating layout techniques for students attending the annual Iowa High School Journalism Workshop which ended Saturday, June 13th. The two Hampton girls will be coeditors of the Bulldog·s Bark, for the 1964-1965 school year, at H.C.H.S. On Sunday, June 7th, Mr and Mrs. Henry Mahncke, Frank Mahncke, Phil Mahncke, Mrs. Hermena Freie, all of Hampton, and Lolo Strouse, of ShefÀeld, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Fahrmann and family were dinner guests at the Henry Fahrmann home. Miss Connie Liekweg, a brideelect, was honored at a coffee last Thursday, June 11th, at the home of Mrs. Wayne Rich. Hostesses were Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Walter Anderson and Mrs. Dale Dixon. The bride·s chosen colors of yellow and white were carried out in the decorations and table decorations. A heart, centered with a picture of the groom-elect, centered the serving table. Mrs. Earl Glanville poured. A monetary gift was presented to the honoree from the group.

Forty Years Ago June 13, 1974 The Hampton Community Housing Corporation has retained Stanford W. GrifÀth, of the GrifÀth Company of Fort Dodge as architect for the proposed senior citizen housing project in Hampton. The announcement was made by the HCHC site committee for recommendations on securing a site for the project. The HCHC also announced that $8,000 of the $10,000 necessary to qualify for Farmers Home Administration funding has been collected. The committee has set a July 1 deadline for the total amount. Donations or voting memberships can be brought or mailed to the First National Bank of Hampton, the Hampton State Bank or the Hampton Chamber of Commerce ofÀce. Lynn Ivan Borcherding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan C. Borcherding of Latimer, completed academic requirements for the bachelor of science in industrial education degree from Winona State College at Winona, Minn., during the 1974 spring quarter and was awarded the degree at commencement exercises there May 25. Mr. and Mrs. Helge Bulow of St. Ansgar announce the engagement of her daughter, Renee Anderson, to Larry Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hansen of Hampton. Miss Anderson is a graduate of St. Ansgar Community high school and Hamilton Business college and is employed at A.C. Nielsen Co. in Mason City. Mr. Hansen is a graduate of the Hampton Community high school and North Iowa Area Community College and is emloyed at Melvins· Ford Sales in Hampton, and is also engaged in farming. The wedding will take place Aug. 10 at First Lutheran Church in St. Ansgar.

Thirty Years Ago June 21, 1984 Vocal solos from the musicals ¶Porgy and Bess· and ¶Carousel· will highlight the next concert by the Hampton Municipal Band. The solos will be performed by Cindy Steidl, a 1984 Hampton High School. Cindy was both active in band and chorus during high school and also involved in drama productions. She will be singing the songs ¶Summertime· and ¶If I Loved You.· Announcement is being made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Tami JoAnn Pralle, daughter of Mrs. Norman D. Pralle and the late Norman D. Pralle, Hampton, to Mr. Jonathan Wayne Suntken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Suntken, Belmond.Tami is a 1979 graduate of Hampton Community High School and will be a 1984 graduate of Iowa State University with a B.S. degree in Animal Science. Jon is a 1979 graduate of CAL Community High School and is presently engaged in farming near Alexander. An August 11 wedding is being planned at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Hampton. Four students from Hampton were named to the North Iowa Area Community College dean·s list for the spring 1984 term. To be recognized on the list students must carry at least 12 semester hours and earn a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale. Students making the list were Michele Fielding, Carol Krell, Kathy Mennenga and Phyllis Whipple. Twenty Years Ago June 16,1994 As announced earlier this year, Iowans will have to start dialing all long distance calls with the area code ¶515·. The change is necessary so that more telephone preÀx codes will

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MEDICAL CLINICS HAMPTON CLINIC IOWA SPECIALTY HOSPITAL 700 2nd St. SE, Suite 101 Hampton, IA 50441 (641) 812-1094 Hannah Lokenvitz, P.A.-C. Emily Hill, D.O., F.A.C.O.O.G. Gautam Kakade, M.D. Phillip Greenfield, D.P.M. Krista Ysker, A.R.N.P. FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSPITAL FRANKLIN MEDICAL CENTER 1720 Central Avenue E. Hampton, IA 50441 (641) 456-5000 Family Practice Providers Keith Hansen, DO David Dennis, D.O. Toni Lauffer, D.O. Orville Jacobs, D.O. Erin Murphy, P.A.-C. Tara Hensley, P.A.-C. Daphne Landers, A.R.N.P. UNITY POINT CLINIC The point of unity is you. Family Medicine Locations in your community 502 Locust Allison, IA 50602 (319) 267-2759 502 Third Street Parkersburg, IA 50665 (319) 346-2331

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be available to meet Iowa·s future demand for telecommunication services, according to telephone companies. The new dialing pattern begins at 12:01 a.m. Sunday. If you are dialing long distance within the 515 area code, you will need to dial the 515 portion of the number to get through. Friday evening, to celebrate the wedding anniversary of Mark and Sue Brouwer, they, their sons, Ryan and Tony; Elwyn and Joyce Brouwer; Sandra Brouwer and Chad enjoyed supper at the Gold Key Restaurant at Hampton. The rest of the evening was spent visiting at the Elwyn Brouwer home. The Bulldogs pounded out nine hits and took advantage of Àve Fort Dodge St. Edmond errors to roll to an 11-1 North Central Conference win. “We rebounded nicely from a tough loss vs. Clear Lake.” H-D coach Ben Fridley said. Tyler Heeren had an outstanding game for the Bulldogs, bashing a pair of doubles and driving in four runs. Three of Heeren·s RBIs came on a base-loaded double in the top of the third to make the score 7-0. Ten Years Ago June 16, 2004 The Franklin General Hospital Auxiliary (FGHA) has committed $25.000 to the RACE campaign for the Franklin County Wellness Center, providing the family locker room for the facility. FGHA president Carolyn Berghoefer made the ofÀcial presentation to RACE co-chairs Linda Kuehner, James Kent and Todd Wragge on Friday. Some internationally-known celebrities paid a visit to Hampton last week to help celebrate the opening of the new McDonald·s Restaurant. Ronald McDonald gets a high Àve from a youngster

ATTORNEYS COONLEY & COONLEY Lawyers John E. Coonley 121 1st Ave. NW Hampton Phone 456-4741 Sheffield Office • By Appointment Dows Office • By Appointment HOBSON, CADY & CADY G.A. Cady III Megan Rosenberg Office West Side of City Park Hampton Phone 456-2555 RANDY D. JOHANSEN Lawyer 1562 200th St. Sheffield Phone 456-2970 MILLER AND MILLER, P.C. Attorneys at Law Brian D. Miller Andrea M. Miller 7 First Ave. NE Hampton, IA Phone 641-456-2111 DANIEL F. WIECHMANN JR. Attorney at Law 114 3rd St. NE Hampton Phone 456-4545 TONY D. KRUKOW Attorney at Law P.O. Box 343 515 Central Ave. W. Hampton Phone 641-456-5999 tonykrukow@aol.com

Thursday afternoon. Paul D. Hauser, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, an agent with Hauser Financial Group in Hampton, was named the recipient of the 2004 Newell C. Day Award by the Iowa Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (IAIFA) at its annual convention in Ames recently. The award, named for a former agent, is the highest honor that the association can bestow on one of its members. It is given to the agent who, in the eyes of the selection committee, has demonstrated his or her commitment not only to their profession and the association, but also to their church and community. Hauser is a long-time Hampton resident and began his insurance career in 1969. Five Years Ago June 17, 2009 Pascale Bruns, daughter of Brian and Colette Bruns, was crowned Miss Dumont during a coronation ceremony held at the Brown Memorial Library in Dumont Saturday, June 13. Alicia Pecha was named Àrst runner-up, Alicia Smith was named second runner-up, and Ashley Peterson was named Miss Congeniality. The Àfth grade HamptonDumont Bulldog traveling baseball team won the Mason City Hy-Vee Invitational held June 6 and 7. The team won against Mason City in the championship game. Sarah Hanson, Hampton, was recently honored at Buena Vista University·s annual student recognition event. Hanson received the School of Education senior of the year in elementary education. Looking Back is compiled weekly by Joyce Schomburg.

REALTORS CASTLE, DICK & KELCH INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 2 2nd St. NW, Hampton P.O. Box 299 Ph. 456-2578 Fax 456-2546 Duane Kelch Linda Campbell Tom Birdsell Terry Pecha Tonya Markwardt JASPERSEN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE LTD 123 1st St. NW PO Box 296 Hampton 641-456-2266 www.jaspersenltd.com KRUKOW REAL ESTATE Highway 3 West 515 Central Ave. West, Hampton Ph. 641-456-3883 Fax 641-456-5553 Yvonne Krukow - 641-425-0923 Erran Miller - 641-456-2447 Jerry Plagge - 641-430-7951 Michelle Sackville - 641-430-6305 Ashley Tufte - 319-213-7307 Tonya Kregel - 641-425-4993 Don Plagge - 641-892-4893 Brenda Krukow-Gast - 641-425-9392 STALEY REAL ESTATE 21 4th St. NE., Hampton Ph. 456-3607 Fax 456-5910 Jerry Staley - 456-3607 Brad Staley - 425-9400 Susan Staley - 425-9431 Kent Brown - 456-4664 Kurt Thielen - 430-3659 Jay Brower 641-580-4070 www.staleyonline.com

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Hampton Police Monday, June 2: • Of¿cers cited Wesley Meyer, 86, Hampton, for improper use of lanes. Sunday, June 8: • Of¿cers cited Mario Moreno Monsivais, 52, Hampton, for driving while suspended. Monday, June 9: • Of¿cers received 22 calls for service. Among the calls were: dispatched another agency, deer report, lost bike report, broken window report, lost dog report, parked vehicle complaint, 9-1-1 hang-up call, prints for employment, erratic driver complaint, message to deliver, motorist assist on I-35, found articles, phone call for of¿cers, two dog complaints, and ¿ve misc. civil calls. • Of¿cers cited Candiss Walterman, 27, Hampton, for driving while suspended. • 7:24 p.m.: Of¿cers arrested William Isaiah Henry, 39, Hampton, for disorderly conduct. He was held to appear. • 11:08 p.m.: Of¿cers were called to a suspicion complaint at 602 2nd Ave. SE. Tuesday, June 10: • Of¿cers received 14 calls for service. Among the calls were: information for of¿cers, open-ended call, erratic driver complaint, juvenile behavior report, vehicle complaint, department assist, two reports of dispatching another agency, and two misc. civil calls. • Of¿cers cited Mark Lee Knapp, 51, Aplington, speed; and Kevin Eugene Brown, 24, Greene, operating while intoxicated. • 7:26 a.m.: Of¿cers took a nuisance complaint in the 100 block of N. Federal St. • 11:04 a.m.: Of¿cers took a nuisance complaint at 307 1st Ave. NW. • 8:40 p.m.: Of¿cers cited and released Meg Warwick, 25, Hampton, for driving while barred and failure to have insurance. • 9:14 p.m.: Deputies assisted the Franklin County Sheriff’s Of¿ce in booking Andres Gomez, 25, Latimer, on a Franklin County warrant for second degree burglary, a Class C felony, second degree criminal mischief, a Class

D felony, and assault while participating in a felony, a Class D felony. Wednesday, June 11: • Of¿cers received 16 calls for service. Among the calls were: vehicle complaint, gas drive off, harassment report, request check area, parked vehicle complaint, misc. civil call, phone call for of¿cers, 9-1-1 hangup call, report of baby raccoons in the street, and report of an egged vehicle. • 8:38 a.m.: Of¿cers took a nuisance complaint at 621 4th St. NE. • 9 a.m.: Of¿cers took a nuisance complaint at 713 2nd Ave. NW. • 9:26 a.m.: Of¿cers took a report of electrical problems in the 1300 block of Olive Ave. • 11:10 a.m.: Of¿cers took a report of a custody issue at 307 12th Ave. NE. • 12:15 p.m.: Of¿cers took a nuisance complaint at 202 7th St. NW. • 6:53 p.m.: Of¿cers assisted medical personnel at 501 Central Ave. W. Thursday, June 12: • Of¿cers received 16 calls for service. Among the calls were: found cat report, driving complaint, report of identity theft, non-emergency report, phone call for of¿cers, dispatched another agency, information for of¿cers, report of cat at large, and two misc. civil calls. • 1:20 a.m.: Of¿cers took a report of a rim in the roadway on Highway 3. • 2:05 a.m.: Of¿cers assisted medical personnel. • 7:44 p.m.: Of¿cers arrested Lara Lynn Pineda, 29, Palmer, on a Webster County warrant for failure to appear referece a charge of third degree theft; and David Hernandez, 25, Eagle Grove, and charged him with driving while suspended and improper brake. • 9:30 p.m.: Of¿cers were called to a suspicion in the 10 block of 1st Ave. NE. • 10:30 p.m.: Of¿cers were called to an alarm at 805 Central Ave. W. • 11:47 p.m.: Of¿cers assisted medical personnel at 105 1st

Ave. SW. Friday, June 13: • Of¿cers received 12 calls for service. Among the calls were: request for security patrol, report of two gas driveoffs, assisted another department, two phone calls for of¿cers, three driving complaint reports. • 12:01 a.m.: Of¿cers took a nuisance complaint at 20 2nd Ave. SW. • 6:08 p.m.: Of¿cers arrested Ronald Johnston, 62, Hampton, for interfering with an emergency phone call. • 7:17 p.m.: Of¿cers received a report of smoke on 4th St. NE. Saturday, June 14: • Of¿cers received 10 calls for service. Among the calls were: call for another county, dispatched another agency, and three misc. civil calls. • Of¿cers cited Miguel Angel Gomez, Jr., 21, Latimer, for no insurance. • 1:55 a.m.: Of¿cers were called to a disturbance at 205 1st St. NW. • 6:57 a.m.: Of¿cers took a report of a theft of an item at 521 4th Ave. NE. • 12:37 p.m.: Of¿cers took a report of people selling items near the intersection of 4th St. and 3rd Ave. SW. • 1:40 p.m.: Of¿cers took a report of a theft of an item at 209 3rd Ave. NW. Sunday, June 15: • Of¿cers received 18 calls for service. Among the calls were: dispatched another agency, took a report of a liquor law violation, phone call for of¿cers, request for traf¿c control, accidental dial, assisted another department, harassment report, disturbance report, vehicle complaint, two open-ended 9-1-1 calls, and two misc. civil calls. • 1:36 a.m.: Of¿cers assisted medical personnel. • 1:39 a.m.: Of¿cers assisted medical personnel near the northbound 154 mile marker of I-35. • 4:06 a.m.: Of¿cers assisted the Iowa State Patrol in booking Michael Patrick Melhus, Mason City, for operating while intoxicated. • 1:29 p.m.: Of¿cers investigat-

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OBITUARY Roger Wilcox Roger Dean Wilcox, 70, of HampRoger Wilcox ton, died on Friday, June 13, 2014, at Saint Mary¡s Hospital in Rochester, Minn., surrounded by his family. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, June 17, at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Hampton, with Rev. John Byrne ofĂ&#x20AC;ciating. Visitation was held from 5 to 7 p.m., Monday, June 16, at Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton. He was born on July 4, 1943, to Charles Alden and Hannah (Bosma) Wilcox of Lakota, the youngest of Ă&#x20AC;ve children; Alfred Wilcox of Neosho, Missouri, Edna Joel, deceased, Geneva Wilcox, deceased and Alberta Wilcox, deceased in infancy. 1943-2014 Roger attended school in Lakota, and Services: graduated in 1961. He helped his dad Previously held at 11 a.m. on farm and then went on to work for other farmers. Roger enlisted in the Tuesday, June 7, at First ConNational Guard in 1964 and served gregational United Church of for six years. He married Elaine HasChrist, Hampton sebroek on April 27, 1968. To this Rev. John Byrne ofÂżciating marriage three children were born, Arrangements by: Chris (Brad) Hoyle, of Madrid, Brian Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home (Tanya) Wilcox, of Burnsville, N.C., and Duane (Brandy) Wilcox, of Waverly; six grandchildren: LaKeisha Hoyle, of Ames, Brook Rohwedder, of Cedar Falls, Jaina Hoyle, of Ames, Ronnie Wilcox, Treasa Wilcox, and Hannah Wilcox, all of Waverly; one great-grandson, Carter Duhn, of Ames, brother, Alfred (Evelyn) Wilcox, of Neosho, Mo., brother-in-law, Marlyn (Ruth) Hassebroek, of Buffalo Center, sister-in-law, Shirley (Mark) Eisenbarth, of Algona, brother-in-law, Dennis (Nola) Hassebroek, of West Des Moines, sister-in-law, Nancy Hassebroek, of Buffalo Center, along with many nieces, nephews, and relatives. Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Hannah Wilcox, sister Alberta Wilcox in infancy, sister, Geneva Wilcox, sister, Edna Joel, sister-in-law, DeeAnn Hassebroek, brother-in-law, Robert Hassebroek, brother-in-law, Wilbert Hassebroek and many other relatives. Roger worked for Iowa Select Farms for 19 years. Roger enjoyed reading, watching westerns, and most of all traveling with his wife of 46 years, Elaine. In lieu of Ă owers, memorials may be sent to Hope Lodge-American Cancer Society, 411 Second Street NW, Rochester, MN 55901

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Darrell Amendt Darrell W. Amendt, 90, of Hampton, died on Monday June, 16, 2014, at the ShefĂ&#x20AC;eld Care Center in ShefĂ&#x20AC;eld. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton.

Air Force Veteran Douglas Brown is riding from Boston to North Pole, Alaksa to raise awareness for Veterans Affairs. PHOTO BY TRAVIS FISCHER

Biker visits Hampton on way to North Pole BY TRAVIS FISCHER One military veteran is going to amazing lengths to raise awareness for Veterans Affairs. Douglas Brown, who served 12 years in the Air Force, is riding his bicycle from Boston all the way to North Pole. Brown isn¡t quite going to the top of the world, however. Although it makes for an interesting conversation starter, Brown¡s destination is actually North Pole, Alaska, where he resides. The trip was conceived following the death of Brown¡s father. Knowing that his father wanted a dog to be with him at the veteran¡s hospital, Brown purchased Pam the Puppy and Ă ew to Boston to see his dad for the Ă&#x20AC;nal time. In light of the current problems plaguing Veterans Affairs, which he has experienced Ă&#x20AC;rst hand, Brown decided to raise awareness by bicycling all the way back to Alaska, advertising for donations to VeteransOfAmerica.org along the way.

Working as a commercial crab Ă&#x20AC;sher for two months out of the year, Brown has plenty of time to make the trip. He usually spends his off-months doing volunteer work for rescue services in Alaska, but this trip has been an interesting change of pace. Brown is riding without an escort or outside support. Other than a cell phone provided by 60 Minutes, who Brown checks in with every two weeks, it¡s just him and Pam out on the open road. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She runs about thirty miles every day,â&#x20AC;? said Brown. It hasn¡t been an easy ride. On Tuesday, June 10, the 31st day of his trip, Brown arrived in Hampton with a sprained ankle and a broken wheel on the trailer he pulls when Pam is tired of running. After walking the bike all the way from Iowa Falls, Brown spent the afternoon at McDonalds and the park before securing a ride to Mason City where he could get his trailer repaired.

One day and a fair amount of donated parts and labor from Wayne¡s Ski & Cycle, Brown was back on the road. He and Pam made it to Albert Lea by Thursday. From Albert Lea, Brown will follow Interstate 90 all the way to Seattle before turning north for the Canadian half of his journey. Brown¡s ride has been marked with ups and down. He had his sleeping bag and tent stolen in Cedar Falls, but replacements were quickly donated. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Most people on the trip have been really friendly,â&#x20AC;? he said. Brown still has thousands of miles to ride, but that he¡s made it this far is a minor miracle by itself. Having gone through replacement surgeries for his knee and hip, doctors told Brown that he¡d never be able to make the journey. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I¡ve always hated being told I can¡t do something,â&#x20AC;? said Brown.

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Baptist Faith Baptist Hwy. 3 E., Hampton Senior Pastor David Koenigsberg, Associate Pastor of Connecting Brad VanHorn • Wednesday, June 18, 6:30 a.m. Women·s Prayer; 7 a.m. Men·s Prayer; 6 p.m. Sole Sisters • Sunday, June 22, 8:15 a.m. Prayer; 9 a.m. Worship Service; 9:20 a.m. Kingdom Kids; 10:30 a.m. Sunday School • Monday, June 23, 9 a.m. Weird Animals VBS • Tuesday, June 24, 9 a.m. Weird Animals VBS • Wednesday, June 25, 6:30 a.m. Women·s Prayer; 7 a.m. Men·s Prayer; 9 a.m. Weird Animals VBS; 6 p.m. Sole Sisters Catholic St. Mary·s Catholic Ackley / Rev. Mike Tauke • Sundays, 8 a.m. Mass St. Patrick·s Catholic 1405 Federal St. N., Hampton Rev. Mike Tauke 1405 N. Federal St. • Saturdays, 7 p.m. Mass in Spanish • Sundays, 10 a.m. Mass Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) First Christian Pastor Alan Berneman 605 4th St. NE, Hampton fcchamptoniowa.org • Wednesday, June 18, 6:30 p.m. Education Meeting • Friday, June 20, Newsletter deadline • Sunday, June 22, 10 a.m. Worship • Wednesday, June 25, 5:30 p.m. Elders Meeting Episcopal St. Matthew-by-the-Bridge Episcopal Rev. Elliot Blackburn 507 Railroad St., Iowa Falls • Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Bible Study; 10:30 a.m. Family Worship Service Latter Day Saints The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints

Hampton / Miguel Sosa Garcia, Branch President • Sundays, 10 a.m. Worship Service; Spanish Activities

• Sunday, June 22, 9 a.m. Worship; 10:15 a.m. ABC • Monday, June 23, SCRIP • Wednesday, June 25, 7 a.m. Dudley·s BC

Lutheran Church of the Living Word, LCMC 420 1st Ave. NE, Hampton www.clwhampton.org 641-456-8175 Jacob Rahrig, Pastor To reserve auditorium or gym, contact Kay Hinrichs at 456-2706 or at kay.hinrichs@gmail.com • Sundays, 9 a.m. Sunday School; 10 a.m. Celebration Service • Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-12 noon Ministerial Crisis Center, 456-8272 • Wednesdays, 5-6:30 p.m. Body By Jesus, Preschool-Sixth Grade; 6:30-8p.m. 7th-12th Grades Our Savior·s Lutheran 121 Prospect, Ackley Pastor Gary Burkhalter • Sundays, 9 a.m. Sunday School; 10 a.m. Divine Service (Communion 2nd, 4th, 5th); 11 a.m. Fellowship • Tuesdays, 4 p.m. Tuesday School Nazareth Lutheran Coulter • Sunday, June 22, 9:30 a.m. Joint Worship at Nazareth, coffee to follow St. John·s Lutheran 1207 Indigo Ave., Hampton • Sunday, June 22, 9:30 a.m. Joint Worship at Nazareth, coffee to follow • Monday, June 23, 9 a.m. Quilting St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Pastor Steve Winsor 17 2nd St. NE, Hampton Church OfÀce Hours: 9-4 M-F • Sundays, 9 a.m. Worship Service. • Tuesdays, Dorcas Circle Meets Third Tuesday of Each Month at 9:30 a.m. at the Church • Wednesdays, 9 a.m.-noon Quilting Group; 10 a.m., Coffee Hour — Everyone is Welcome; 5:30 p.m. WOW; 6:30 p.m. Youth Group • Thursdays, Priscilla Circle Meets Third Thursday of Each Month St. Paul·s Lutheran 304 W. Main, Latimer Pastor Travis Berg, Pastor • Wednesday, June 18, 7 a.m. Dudley·s BC • Saturday, June 21, 7 p.m. Vespers

St. Paul·s Church 400 Larch St., Thornton Pastor Johnson • Sundays, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School at UMC; 10:30 a.m. Worship at St. Paul Trinity Lutheran Church 16 12th Ave. NE, Hampton The Rev. Karl Bollhagen, Pastor Vicar Nathan Schieber • Wednesday, June 18, 1 p.m. Special Needs Communion • Sunday, June 15, 7:30 a.m. Lutheran Hour on KLMJ; 9 a.m. Worship Service; 10:15 a.m. Bible Class, LYF Meeting; Worship Broadcast on KLMJ • Tuesday, June 24, 6:30 a.m. Women·s Bible Class; 1:30 p.m. Sewing Methodist Ackley United Methodist Jerry Kramer, Pastor 416 Hardin St. • Wednesday, June 18, 1 p.m. Bible Study at the Library • Thursday, June 19, 4 p.m. Bible Study at the Presbyterian Village • Friday, June 20, July newsletter deadline; 4 p.m. Wedding rehearsal; 5 p.m. Rehearsal dinner • Saturday, June 21, 7:30 a.m. Men·s Breakfast and Bible Study; 3 p.m. Vow Renewal — Ryan and Jessica Enriquez • Sunday, June 22, 9:30 a.m. Worship • Monday, June 16, 7:30 p.m. Legion Meeting • Tuesday, June 24, 5:30 p.m. Community Singles and Potluck at the City Park • Wednesday, June 25, 1 p.m. Bible Study at the Library First United Methodist 510 Thompson St., ShefÀeld Sandi Gobeli, Pastor • Sundays, 9 a.m. Worship Geneva United Methodist 603 Front St. Jim Gochenouer, Pastor • Sundays, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Hampton United Methodist

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Pastor Corby Johnson 100 Central Ave. E. • Thursday, June 19, 7 a.m. Prayer Breakfast at 7 Stars; 10:30 a.m. Bible Study • Saturday, June 21, 5 p.m. Worship Service • Sunday, June 22, 9:30 a.m. Worship Service; 10:30 a.m. Fellowship; 11:15 a.m. Radio Broadcast on KLMJ • Monday, June 23, 9 a.m. Staff Meeting; 7 p.m. God·s FLOCK • Wednesday, June 25, 9-11 a.m. Kitchen Clean West Fork United Methodist 2200 Tulip Ave., ShefÀeld Sandi Gobeli, Pastor • Sundays, 10:30 a.m. Worship New Hope United Methodist Parish: Aredale, Bristow, Dumont Ann Donat, Pastor • Aredale Center: Sunday Worship, 8 a.m. • Dumont Center: Sunday School, 8:30 a.m.; Worship, 9:30 a.m. United Methodist Church Morgan, Lee Center, Bradford Rev. Judy Eilderts, Pastor • Sundays, 8:30 a.m. Worship (B); 9:30 a.m. Worship, (LC); 10:30 a.m. Worship (M) • Tuesdays, 5:15-6:30 p.m. NA/ AA Bible Study; 7:30 p.m. (B) Bible Study United Methodist & Presbyterian Dows – Alexander Shawn W. Hill, Pastor • Sundays, 8:45 a.m. Alexander Methodist Worship; 9 a.m. Dows Sunday School; 10 a.m. Dows Joint Worship at Presbyterian Church on Àrst two Sundays each month and at United Methodist Church on remaining Sundays • Thursdays, 9 a.m. Presbyterian Women Non-Denominational Abundant Life Chapel 202 Fairview St., Dows 515-852-4520 / Bruce Klapp, Pastor • Sundays, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages including adults; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service with Nursery and Children·s Ministry available; 5:30 p.m. (3rd Sunday of each month) Adult Bible Study with childcare available. Food and fel-

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DUMONT LIBRARY NOTES BY DEB EISENTRAGER We had a great turnout for our Àrst summer reading program. The Science Center of Iowa came to the library June 12 with their program Kablooey! We had 30 children and adults attend our opening program. We did a lot of experiments. We learned about air pressure, chemical reactions, and combustion as well as a few other things. She showed us how to make something like a lava lamp, a potato delivery device, a cloud in a bottle and Àlm canister rockets. The kids really enjoyed helping

CANDLE-STICK CHAPTER NOTES The Candle-Stick Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met at the TownsEnd Winery located at 2138 160th Street in Hansell, on Tuesday, June 10, 2014, with Àve members and one prospective member in attendance. We enjoyed a Brown Bag Lunch at 12:30 p.m. before the start of our business meeting. The Educational Program was presented by Judy Harper with an informative talk about their business and a Tour of the Winery Facilities. Our next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at Harriman Park located at Highway 65 & 19th Avenue in Hampton. Deb Bochmann and Linda Allan will serve as hostesses. The Educational Program will be on “Better Health and Fitness for Women” by Louise Gilchrist and Susan Sivola. Kim Bosch, Secretary Candle-Stick Chapter DAR

Pheasants, forest or cleaner water – CRP can help Whatever the goal – bringing back pheasants, planting woodland for long-term proÀt or improving water quality – reopening signup June 9 for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is great for landowners and farmers who want to protect environmentally sensitive land. “Other than a few weeks last winter, it·s the Àrst opportunity for people to enroll in the Pheasant SAFE, a continuous CRP designed to bring pheasants and other grassland birds back by providing winter habitat,” said Chuck Gipp, DNR director. Those interested in more permanent plantings can strategically plant trees to reduce Áood damages, protect streambanks or provide future income. “The forest planted today provides future beneÀts including income, hunting opportunities and reduced erosion,” according to Bruce Trautman, DNR deputy director. Other eligible continuous practices can beneÀt water quality and include buffer or Àlter strips, wetlands and plantings to reduce erosion on highly erodible land. Iowa had 45,000 acres available Monday under the Pheasant SAFE, a State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement CRP. Other Continuous CRP programs are also available and may be a good match for landowners whose General CRP contracts are expiring. Contact a DNR wildlife biologist or forester to receive technical help and to learn more about matching your goals to available programs. Or, visit your local USDA ofÀce. Find more information at www.iowadnr.gov/Environment/LandStewardship/WildlifeLandownerAssistance/FinancialAssistance.aspx.

with the experiments, too. This is the Àrst time we have had the Science Center of Iowa come and do a program for us and they did a great job. I would deÀnitely recommend visiting them if you happen to be in Des Moines. We are off to a good start with 21 children already turning in how many minutes they read to get a prize. We are doing things a little differently this year. We have done a game board the last couple of years and the kids would get a prize when they reached special spots on the board. The kids would read until

they reached all the prizes and then we have some just quit reading. This year we are having the kids turn in their minutes every week to receive a prize. Every week has a different prize and if you don·t turn in your minutes that week you miss that prize. We are hoping this will keep the kids reading all summer instead of just the Àrst few weeks. Our next program will be June 19. Our theme is Rockin· Robots with the movie Hugo afterwards for those who would like to stay. Just a reminder, Movie Day for Adults will be on the second and fourth Wednes-

days in June and July due to the summer reading program. • Upcoming events June 19 – Summer Reading Program Rockin· Robots, 1:30 p.m. June 25 – Movie Day for adults featuring the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, 1:30 p.m. June 26 - Summer Reading Program Pinball Wizards, 1:30 p.m. July 1 – Board meeting, 4:30 p.m. July 3 - Summer Reading Program Renewable Energy – Wind or Sun Either Is Fun, 1:30 p.m.

Iowa pheasants faced tough winter, wet spring Iowa·s unseasonably cold and snowy winter and wet spring is not likely to boost its pheasant population. Pheasants typically show population increases following mild winters with spring that are warmer and dryer than normal. Based on that weather model, the western third of Iowa has the best chance to see an uptick in pheasants due to below average snowfall and less than eight inches of spring rain. The weather model predicts the rest of the state to see either no population increase or fewer

birds than last year. The nesting forecast will be updated by the August roadside survey, which is the best gauge of what pheasant hunters can expect to Ànd in the fall. Todd Bogenschutz, upland wildlife biologist for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, said while the weather is not what upland bird hunters had hoped for, there is some progress on pheasant habitat. Landowners began enrolling in continuous CRP on Monday. “This is great news for Iowa·s new pheasant recovery continu-

ous CRP practice designed speciÀcally to help recover pheasant numbers,” Bogenschutz said. Iowa has 45,000 acres available on a Àrst come, Àrst served basis. “There will not be a general CRP signup this year so this is an option that landowners with expiring general CRP should consider,” he said. Information on Iowa·s pheasant recovery continuous CRP is available online at www.iowadnr.gov/habitat.

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New veteran tax credit application deadline is July 1 The newly revised Application for Disabled Veteran·s Homestead Tax Credit (Iowa Department of Revenue Form 54-049a, 06/12/14) is available for completion and submission to local county assessors· ofÀces by qualiÀed disabled veterans and DIC. This form, along with current BeneÀts Paid Letter, must be submitted no later than July 1, 2014, to obtain the tax exemption this year. Applicants must have the BeneÀts Paid Letter when they make the application. This may be obtained by

contacting U.S. Veterans Affairs at 800-827-1000, by visiting a US Veterans Affairs ofÀce, of through the veterans E-beneÀts account online. The form will be available on the Iowa Department of Revenue website (www.iowa.gov/tax) and the Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs website under the Forms/Applications tab. If you have any questions, contact Franklin County Veterans Affairs Executive Director Tom Berry at 641-456-5670.

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Donny Forsgren, 10, left, and William Forsgren, 4, right, enjoyed some frosty treats during last week’s Tuesday on the Town. The two boys are great-nephews of Mick and Carol Snell, Hampton. NICK PEDLEY/ HAMPTON CHRONICLE

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Municipal Band concert to feature Trumpet Trio and Andrea Gibson The Hampton Municipal Band will be giving their Ă&#x20AC;fth concert on the June 24, at 8 p.m., in the Band Shell. This concert is a part of the event â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tuesday on the Townâ&#x20AC;? which is comprised of a variety of different incoming artists. The Hampton Municipal Band is under the direction of Hampton-Dumont High School band teacher Chris Sauke. The group itself has an interesting variety of musicians around the area of all different ages.

Each week the Hampton Municipal Band features two soloists that are either a part of the band or from the Franklin County area. For this concert the band will feature Leon Kuehner, Morgan Katz and Ann Stark; a trumpet trio performing â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rhapsody in Swing.â&#x20AC;? The band will also feature a Vocalist, Andrea Gibson, performing â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blue Moon.â&#x20AC;? Morgan Katz, who is performing in the trumpet trio, graduated from Hampton-

Summer concert schedule for Wilder Park announced The Allison Park Board will again be offering a variety of entertainment at Wilder Park, Allison, this Summer. Concerts are scheduled to start at 7 p.m. Please jot the following dates on your calendar: â&#x20AC;˘ July 9â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Sugar Daddys Jazz Band â&#x20AC;˘ July 20â&#x20AC;&#x201D;New Horizon Band. (70 musicians, all over 50) â&#x20AC;˘ July 30â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Cedar Harmony Chorus-/Sweet Adelines. â&#x20AC;˘ Aug. 6â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Metropolitan Brass. â&#x20AC;˘ Aug. 13â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Sugar Daddys Big Band. â&#x20AC;˘ Aug. 20â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Musica Ficta/Harmony Rox Preshow at 6:30 p.m. All concerts are free. Bring a lawn chair.

Dumont in 2010. Recently she graduated from Southwest Baptist University. Leon Kuehner is from Hampton and Ann Stark is from Greene. They have both been a part of the Hampton Municipal Band for a long time. Andrea Gibson lives in Hampton and was a former choir director. Currently, Andrea sings with the Franklin Chorale and shares her vocal talent for other local events as well.

Al Bell to be remembered in Klemme June 20 Al Bell¡s second daughter, Becky Bell-Greenstreet, will visit Klemme Friday evening, June 20, to talk about her celebrity father. For 30 years, Al Bell, entertainer/educator, traveled to 60 countries over a span of 30 years, bringing the world to thousands of rural Iowa schoolchildren. From 1949 -1979, Bell (and later, his wife Rhea Bell) gave 400 assembly programs a year, driving to school gyms and auditoriums all over the state. As a part of Klemme¡s 125th anniversary, Bell-Greenstreet, an Oregon resident for the last six years, will host the showing of two Al Bell Ă&#x20AC;lms and a question and answer discussion afterwards. She will also have her book, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Al Bell Rememberedâ&#x20AC;? and the DVD package which contains 28 of Bell¡s travel movies (transferred from 16 mm. to DVDs) available for purchase. Some of the most popular Ă&#x20AC;lms were made in Ireland, Peru, Spain, Egypt, Romania, Scotland, Morocco, Holland, and Kenya.

ABOVE: Five candidates participated in the 2014 Miss Dumont pageant held June 7 at the Dumont Emergency Center. Pictured from left to right: Andrea Broerman, 2nd runner-up; Breanna Janssen, 1st runner-up; Danielle Eisentrager, Miss Dumont 2014; Caitlyn Freese, Miss Congeniality; and Jilissa Schmidt. RIGHT: Miss Dumont 2014 is Danielle Eisentrager, daughter of Doug and Deb Eisentrager. Danielle is a 2014 graduate of Aplington-Parkersburg High School and is heavily involved in 4-H, FFA and various community activities. She will now move on to represent Dumont at the Butler County Fair held June 25-29 in Allison. SUBMITTED PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARCY SMITH

Mason retiring from 911 dispatch Communication Supervisor/ Dispatcher Willy Mason is retiring from the Hampton Police Department June 21. Mason¡s co-workers invite you to join her for coffee and cake on Friday, June 20, from 4-6 p.m. The event will be held at the City of Hampton Council Chambers and is open to the public.

Blood drive June 23 The Hampton Community Blood Drive will be held Monday, June 23, from 12:30-6:30 p.m., at St. Patrick¡s Catholic Church, 1405 N. Federal. To make an appointment, contact Life Serve Blood Center at 800287-4903 or visit www.lifeservebloodcenter.org.

Bible school raises money for Safe T Home The Dumont Telephone Company recently donated $2,130 towards a new electronic scoreboard at the Allison Little League Âżeld. Presenting the check to Brenda Heuer, Allisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s town coordinator, is Roger Kregel, general manager of Dumont Telephone Company. Also pictured is Kaycee Wiebke, daughter of Kent and Fawn Wiebke, and Brody Wangsness, son of Nick Wangsness and Brooke Gulick. SUBMITTED PHOTO COURTESY OF BROOKE GULICK

Beed Reunion set for June 20-22 The Beed Reunion will be in Hampton again this week, Friday through Sunday morning, June 20-22. The Beed family immigrated from England to America in the 1840¡s. All nine brothers and one sister and the parents settled in Hampton, except one son who went instead to Australia. Reunions began in 1993 after Illinois family members met Larry Windelow near Beed plots in the cemetery. They have met every other year since then, with one exception. It has always been in Hampton, except for 2010 when they tried going to Nebraska where the largest branch of the family went after leaving Hampton.

Activities start Friday at registration in the AmericInn, from 2-4 p.m. At 5:30 p.m., the group will go across the street to Godfathers to meet in the private room for supper. Hampton area residents who remember some of the Beeds are welcome to join them there. Saturday events start at 11:30 a.m., and again at 6 p.m., for catered meals at Harriman Park. Beed family members include 105-year-old Celma Birdsall (Sally), daughter of H.O. and Grace Beed, and sister of longtime Ferris employee, Cecil Beed and former Draftboard secretary, Carol Bird.

A group of children, volunteers and adults at the Zion Reformed Church in rural ShefĂ&#x20AC;eld raised nearly $1,000 last week during vacation Bible school. The money will be used to purchase a Safe T Home from Sukup Manufacturing, which will then get shipped to Haiti for one lucky family. Approximately 45 children participated in the fundraiser last week. The kids scrapped together every penny, nickel or dollar they could Ă&#x20AC;nd. Zion Reformed matched their $1,000 total after the amount was calculated on June 13. On that day, Bible school students pulled together around $300. Each Safe T Home costs approximately $5,000.

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SECTION A • HAMPTON CHRONICLE

CAL drops game at Janesville JANESVILLE – Kainan Braun hit 2-for-2 with a walk and scored CAL·s only run in a 10-1 loss at Janesville in Iowa Star baseball play Friday, June 13. Braun took the loss on the mound, giving up 11 hits and nine earned runs for the Cadets, which fell to 3-5. Austin Guerrero double and drove in Braun for CAL to start off the game with a 1-0 lead. But it was all Janesville (9-1) after that as the Wildcats scored six in the bottom half of the inning.

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Winning battery – Turner Frey, Caleb Rieken (4) and Rieken, Nick Nelson (4). Losing battery – Kainan Braun, Zach Vanness (5) and Juan Gomez. Two or more hits – CAL (Braun); Jane (C. Rieken 4, Jack Thode, Austin Goreham, Frey). 2B – CAL (Austin Guerrero); Jane 4 (Jerod Fisher, Rieken, Goreham, Frey). HR – Jane (Rieken). SB – Jane 4 (Brady Smith, Chase Thompson, Rieken, Goreham). RBI – CAL (A. Guerrero); Jane 10 (Rieken 3, Goreham 2, Noah Dodd, Thode, Frey, Fisher, Smith).

Don Bosco shuts down Cadets ALEXANDER – Don Bosco limited CAL·s baseball team to just two hits in handing the Cadets a 12-1 loss on Tuesday, June 10. Austin Guerrero drove in the only run with a double to plate Kainan Braun in the third, but the unbeaten Dons (8-0) had too much Àrepower. Zach Vanness gave up 14 hits and struck out one in taking the loss on the mound.

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Winning Battery – Baylor Bedard, Dalton Becker (3) and Cade Schares. Losing Battery – Zach Vanness, Kainan Braun (5) and Juan Gomez. Two or more hits – DB (Dalton Smith 3, Shares 3, Dylon Reiher, Brandon Zumbach). 2B – DB 4 (Jake Hogan, Smith, Shares, Reiher); CAL (Austin Guerrero). SB – DB 2 (Smith, Schares). RBI – DB 10 (Schares 2, Bedard 2, Hogan 2, Spencer Bruess, Shane Becker, Smith, Reiher); CAL (A. Guerrero).

CAL baseball collects third win COLO – Only three weeks into the season, CAL·s baseball team already has surpassed last year·s win total with a 5-4 road victory against Colo-Nesco. Austin Guerrero earned his third victory on the mound to improve to 3-1 overall as the Cadets went to 3-4 on the season. In 2013, CAL Ànished 2-20 overall. Guerrero struck out Àve, walked one and owns a team-best 2.89 ERA for the Cadets in 26 2/3 innings pitched. He gave up six hits, but only two of the four runs he gave up were earned. The CAL junior helped his own cause with an RBI double and Juan

Calles drove in two more in a fourrun fourth inning that gave the Cadets a 4-2 lead. The Royals eventually came back to tie it but CAL pushed a run across in the seventh to earn the win.

Hampton-Dumont’s Brandon Westendorf, right, is greeted at the plate by Dalton Hanson after scoring in the ¿fth inning against Garrigan. The Bulldogs won 8-2. KRISTI NIXON/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

ONE GOOD SWING Westendorf gets go-ahead hit in Bulldogs’ victory

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Winning battery – Austin Guerrero and Juan Gomez. Losing battery – . Two or more hits – None. 2B – CAL (A. Guerrero). SB – CAL 2 (A. Guerrero, Gomez). RBI – CAL 12 (Juan Calles 2, Brock Guerrero, A. Guerrero).

CAL softball blanked by Colo-Nesco COLO – Although Stephanie Thielen allowed no earned runs, Colo-Nesco went on to defeat the CAL softball team, 6-0, on Thursday, June 12. Thielen struck out three and walked two while giving up four hits as the Royals capitalized on the Cadets· errors. CAL had only four hits in the loss, two by Rachael Arnold, who

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CAL 000 000 0 - 0 4 Colo-Nesco 012 300 x - 6 4 Losing battery – Stephanie Thielen and Rachael Arnold. Two or more hits – CAL (Rachael Arnold). 2B – None. SB – CAL (Dianna Porzio, Arnold).

Nate White of Hampton-Dumont watches the ball into his glove in left ¿eld during the Monday, June 9 win over Algona Garrigan. KRISTI NIXON/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

WEEKLY PRO RACING UPDATE Racing News, Stats & Trivia 2014 Standings

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2014 Sprint Cup Series 1) Jeff Gordon Points: 537 Wins: 1 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 11

2) Jimmie Johnson Points: 522 Wins: 3 Top 5: 6 Top 10: 10

3) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Points: 514 Wins: 2 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 10

4) Matt Kenseth Points: 513 Wins: 0 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 10

5) Brad Keselowski Points: 490 Wins: 1 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 8

Track Details Location: Sonoma, Calif. Shape: Road Course Distance: 1.99 miles Last Year’s Pole Winner: Jamie McMurray - 94.986 Last Year’s Winner: Martin Truex Jr.

Toyota/Save Mart 350 Preview Sonoma Raceway is one of two remaining road courses on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit. Strategy at this track consists of braking, shifting and execution of right and left-hand turns at top speeds. The track contains a 2.52-mile road course, the 1.99-mile road course and a quarter-mile drag strip. This track hosts several nationally televised events, including NASCAR Sprint Cup, National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) drag racing, the American Motorcycle Association (AMA) Superbike tour, and the IRL IndyCar Series. Current points leader, Jeff Gordon, finished second last year and has won at this track five times.

6) Carl Edwards Points: 462 Wins: 1 Top 5: 3 Top 10: 7

7) Joey Logano Points: 454 Wins: 2 Top 5: 6 Top 10: 8

8) Kyle Larson Points: 454 Wins: 0 Top 5: 3 Top 10: 7

9) Kevin Harvick Points: 447 Wins: 2 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 7

Driver 1) Regan Smith 2) Elliott Sadler 3) Chase Elliott 4) Ty Dillon 5) Trevor Bayne 6) Brian Scott 7) Brendan Gaughan 8) Chris Buescher 9) James Buescher 10) Ryan Reed

Racing News Ford and track officials have announced that Ford has signed a five-year extension of its championship weekend sponsorship through 2019 with an option through 2024. The new deal is expected to keep the Sprint Cup season finale in Miami. “We’ve spent a better of the year renegotiating this extension and we would not have extended the time and energy we did had we thought there was any chance the championship could be leaving Miami in the near future,” Homestead-Miami Speedway President Matthew Becherer said.

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10) Kyle Busch Points: 446 Wins: 1 Top 5: 3 Top 10: 6

11) Ryan Newman Points: 440 Wins: 0 Top 5: 0 Top 10: 5

12) Denny Hamlin Points: 435 Wins: 1 Top 5: 4 Top 10: 5

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BY KRISTI NIXON HAMPTON – Down to an 0-2 count with two outs, Brandon Westendorf kept it simple. The Hampton-Dumont junior took a good swing against Algona Garrigan pitcher Tyler Schnurr for what looked to be a seeing-eye single turned into a double as he drove in a run that broke a 2-2 tie in the Àfth inning of a North Central Conference game on Monday, June 9. It broke things open as the Bulldogs went on to defeat the Golden Bears 8-2 and improve to 5-4 overall, 2-3 in the NCC. “I was just looking for the pitch I was looking for,” Westendorf said, “and it was a fast ball and he gave it to me. I knew I had batters behind me that could hit me in and I did what I had to do. “I was going for it – I seen that it got past to the outÀeld and I saw there was no one was at second, so I took off and got the best out of it.” Westendorf·s approach on that at-bat was the main thing H-D head coach Matt Lokenvitz said to his players after the game. “The Àrst two swings he had in that at-bat were not good,” Lokenvitz said. “He was out front on two curveballs and we always talk about when you put the ball in play, good things will happen. That·s our 0-2 approach is to get the bat on the ball and good things will start to happen and that·s exactly what he did. “He loaded properly, waited to see a pitch and the pitcher happened to come inside on him and he got a good drive and scored two runs for us.” A moment later, Westendorf came around to score on a hit by Cole Miller to make the score 4-2. It didn·t take long for the H-D centerÀelder to come through again, this time taking ball down the left Àeld line with two out and two runners on in the sixth inning to give the Bulldogs a 6-2 advantage. “I was getting to him,” Westendorf said. “We were in his head at that point in the game. I was anxious to hit it. It was a high pitch and I just tried to muscle it in.” Lokenvitz added, “He·s been hitting the ball really well as of late and I don·t think that·s going to change any time. He loves being out here, he·s always out here working and hitting the ball well and I hope that continues for all of our sakes.” He scored again on one of Bailey Miller·s three hits

in the game. Charlie Flickinger had a complete game victory on the mound for the Bulldogs, giving up Àve hits and one unearned run in both the Àrst and second innings. He struck out and walked three. “It was his Àrst complete game as a varsity pitcher,” Lokenvitz said. “So, that·s a good one.” Flickinger walked the bases loaded with none out in the seventh inning, but got helped by a big 3-3-2 double play started by Cesar Baez to Bailey Miller and then got a strikeout to end the game. “He actually had been at 100 pitches in the fourth or Àfth inning in every start up to this game and so he went into the seventh at 86 pitches,” Lokenvitz said, “so we knew he had a lot in the tank left, that he was going to pitch well and I told him at the end, he was at about 110 pitches. (I told him), ¶this is your last batter, you go get him or you·re going out.· “And that is exactly what he did, he went out after him.” The win was a big boost for the Bulldogs, who defeated a team that received votes in the Class 1A baseball poll the very day they earned the win. “Bishop·s always a good team,” Westendorf said. “They are always a solid team – they don·t make a lot of errors. They are always real solid and we came out and played our game.” This was just another test in the North Central Conference, which Lokenvitz said is tough from top to bottom. “Everybody in our conference is going to be a quality team that we play,” Lokenvitz said. “Everybody has got a really good 1-2 combination for pitchers – they all play really well – so coming in here, especially they are getting votes, that·s a really good team that we beat tonight. “We came out, we played well and we played hard. As long as we play this way every game, we·re going to be able to compete in our conference from top to bottom.” Hampton-Dumont 8, Algona Garrigan 2 Garrigan 110 H-D 200

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Winning battery – Charlie Flickinger and Bailey Miller. Losing battery – Tyler Schnurr, Zac Kibby (6) and Zach Boelter. Two or more hits – H-D (B. Miller 3, Cole Miller 3, Brandon Westendorf, Dalton Hanson, Nate White). 2B – H-D 6 (Westendorf 2, B. Miller 2, Hanson, White). SB – H-D (Hanson); AG (). RBI – H-D (Westendorf 3, Hanson 3, B. Miller, C. Miller).

Bulldogs go 1-3 over weekend stretch

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FORT DODGE – Starting with a 12-9 loss to Class 2A No. 8 Fort Dodge St. Edmond on Friday, the HamptonDumont baseball team ended with a 1-2 record at the tough Carroll Tournament over the weekend. The lone victory for coach Matt Lokenvitz·s team was a 12-1 rout of IKM-Manning to open the tournament on Saturday. After that, the Bulldogs lost 4-0 to Sergeant BluffLuton, also Saturday and ended the tournament on Sunday with a 9-5 defeat against Algona. In the loss to the Gaels, H-D held an 8-3 advantage but hit a snag in the sixth inning to give up nine runs. Cole Miller, who took the loss on the mound, tried to help his own cause by going 3-for-4 at the plate, including a double, with a walk and two RBI. Kyle Kent also hit 3-for-4 with three stolen bases, three runs scored and an RBI. Miller kept up his hitting in the Àrst game of the tournament win over IKM, also hitting 3-for-4 with a pair of runs scored and an RBI. He also stole a base. Charlie Flickinger struck out seven in a Àve-inning complete game for the victory. The Bulldogs were held hitless against Sergeant Bluff-Luton·s Cody Selig, who struck out 13 batters. He yielded only two walks in the no-hit shutout. H-D fared better against Algona in its second outing against its NCC foe, rallying to tie the score at 5 in the sixth, only to see Algona come back for four runs in the bottom half of the inning. Entering this week of play, H-D is 7-8 with a fourgame swing against conference opponents.

ROCKFORD – Hampton-Dumont·s baseball team jumped on Rockford for 12 runs in the Àrst inning en route to a 15-5, Àve-inning win over the Warriors on Thursday, June 12. The Bulldogs combined for 15 hits and worked six walks in leaving no doubt as to the outcome of this non-conference game. Austin Poock hit 3-for-3, including two doubles, with a walk and drove in two to lead the way for coach Matt Lokenvitz·s squad. Kyle Kent allowed only two hits in just two innings of work to earn his second win on the mound. Hampton-Dumont 15, Rockford 5 (5 innings) H-D (12)00 12 Rockford 004 10

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Winning battery – Kyle Kent, Jesus Del Valle (3) and Cesar Baez. Losing battery – John Jones, Weston Engels (1) and Ben Parcher. Two or more hits – H-D (Austin Poock 3, Trevor Eiklenborg, Brandon Westendorf, Cole Miller, Kyle Kent, Baez); Rock (Logan Johnson). 2B – H-D 6 (Poock 2, Bailey Miller, C. Miller, Baez, Kent); Rock 2 (Nate Engels, Aaron Jeffery). SB – H-D (Hanson); Rock 3 (Branden Emerson 2, Johnson). RBI – H-D 6 (Eiklenborg, Chace Klein, Bo Brass, Aaron Meyer, White, Kent); Rock 3 (Jeffery 2, Emerson).


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SPORTS

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 2014

Battering the Vikings: West Fork tags N-K for 11 hits in 13-4 victory

Guerrero Ks 11 in CAL baseball win ALEXANDER – Austin Guerrero withstood a late Dunkerton rally, striking out 11 for CAL in the Cadets· second win of the season, 1310, on Monday, June 9. Guerrero yielded 15 hits and issued four walks, but got plenty of offensive support to earn the complete-game victory. The Cadets had 13 hits of their own, including three each for Guerrero, Zach Vanness and Caleb Striegel. Two of Striegel·s hits were doubles as he drove in Àve. Austin Guerrero was also credited with four stolen bases. Brock Guerrero walked three times and scored twice while Juan Calles hit 2-for-3 with a walk and stole three more bags for the Cadets. CAL 13, Dunkerton 10 Dunkerton 102 012 CAL 440 005

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Winning battery – Austin Guerrero and Juan Gomez. Losing battery – Bryce Ridgon, Jordan Yessak (2) and Travis Schake. Two or more hits – CAL (A. Guerrero 3, Zach Vanness 3, Caleb Striegel 3, Juan Calles). 2B – Dunk (Lane Johnson 5, Jordan Kubitz, Brett Rathe, Derek Gamerdinger, Mattais Gordon); CAL 4 (A. Guerrero, Gomez, Striegel 2). SB – Dunk 7 (Kubitz 3, Johnson 2, Jacob Cox, Gamerdinger); CAL 13 (A. Guerrero 4, Vanness 3, Calles 3, Kainan Braun 2, Striegel). RBI – Dunk 10 (Rathe 3, Ridgon 2, Gamerdinger 2, Gordon 2, Yessak); CAL 12 (Striegel 5, A. Guerrero 2, Gomez 2, Vanness 2, Calles).

Macy Schiedeman reacts after scoring on a stolen base attempt from third with Hampton-Dumont head coach Kelly Meader on Wednesday, June 11. KRISTI NIXON/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

Bulldogs romp past Clear Lake in ¿ve innings

Don Bosco quick start downs CAL LATIMER – Don Bosco scored four runs off the bat en route to a 10-4 win over the CAL softball team on Tuesday, June 9. The Dons tallied 10 hits off of the Cadets· Emily Quinones, but only three of their runs were earned. Coach Mikyla Hefti·s team regrouped and put together a four-run rally in the bottom of the seventh against starter Lexy Hogan who was running out of gas, but couldn·t come all the way back as the Dons made a pitching change to get the Ànal two outs. Kaylea Rew hit 2-for-2 for CAL, with a stolen base and a run scored for the Cadets. Karter Miller added a double and a run. Rachael Arnold drove in two runs. The Cadets fell to 3-7 overall, 2-2 Iowa Star. Don Bosco 10, CAL 4 Don Bosco 403 002 1 CAL 000 000 4

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Winning battery – Lexy Hogan, Morgan Frost (7) and Kindra Welter. Losing battery – Emily Quinones and Rachael Arnold. Two or more hits – DB (Hogan 3, Frost, Olivia Schmit, Hanna Halverson, Erin McFadden); CAL (Kaylea Rew). 2B – DB 3 (Hogan 2, McFadden); CAL (Karter Miller). SB – DB 3 (M. Frost 3); CAL (Rew). RBI – DB 9 (McFadden 2, Abbie Frost 2, M. Frost, Kaitlyn McGarvey, Hogan, Halverson, Welter); CAL (Rachael Arnold 2, Jenna Johnson, Stephanie Thielen).

No. 3 Clear Lake tops H-D HAMPTON – Class 3A thirdranked Clear Lake scored a pair of runs in the Àrst, second and sixth innings to post a 6-1 win over Hampton-Dumont on Wednesday, June 11. Despite efÀcient and quick work by Bailey Miller on the mound, the Lions, the defending state champions in Class 3A, made the most of what hits they got off of the H-D sophomore. Miller issued three walks and six hits while striking out Àve in taking the loss. Coach Matt Lokenvitz·s team fell back to the .500 mark overall and 2-4 in the North Central Conference. Cesar Baez and Trevor Eiklenborg each hit 2-for-4 and Brandon Westendorf scored the lone run for the Bulldogs in the third inning. H-D threatened in the Àfth with two runners in scoring position with two outs, but Clear Lake pitcher Brandon Tofte squelched it. The Bulldogs out-hit the Lions 9-7. Clear Lake improved to 11-1 overall, 4-0 in the NCC.

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Shelby Tidman of Hampton-Dumont slides safely into third base on a failed force attempt on a bunt against Clear Lake on Wednesday, June 11. Tidman stole four bags in the win. KRISTI NIXON/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

BY KRISTI NIXON HAMPTON – It is a fun feeling for Hampton-Dumont·s Shelby Tidman knowing once she·s on the base paths, she is virtually impossible to catch. The speedy junior wreaked havoc on all four times she was on the bags as the Bulldogs routed North Central Conference rival Clear Lake 11-1 in Àve innings on Wednesday, June 11. “It·s kind of fun being able to run on the bases and teams not being able to catch you and stuff,” Tidman said, “but there was one where I could have made it home and I kind of second-guessed myself. I should have (made it), but it·s fun being able to run and no one can catch me.” The Lions· defense knew Tidman was going to second after reaching each time, but was unable to do anything about it. “She is hard to catch – she·s having a great year so far,” Hampton-Dumont head coach Kelly Meader said. “I·m glad to see that so far.” It wasn·t just Tidman who was causing troubles for the Clear Lake defense, the Bulldogs tallied double-digit stolen bases and even when it looked like H-D was in

West Fork upsets IF-A SHEFFIELD – West Fork scored a big upset victory over previously-ranked Class 3A No. 10 Iowa Falls-Alden·s softball team on Tuesday, June 10 at home. The Warhawks, which had earned its Àrst win in Àve tries last week, kept coming back against the Cadets in taking an 8-6 win. After back-to-back losses, the Cadets fell out of last week·s rankings. Three different times IF-A took the lead and each time West Fork rallied back to tie it, taking the lead for good in the Àfth inning and adding an insurance run in the sixth. Lindsey Peterson hit 4-for-4, doubled, stole three bases and scored two of the Warhawks· runs in the victory. It was a big win despite yielding 14 hits and a pair of walks to the Cadets. Losing pitcher Ashley Bicknese gave up seven hits and two walks and didn·t strike out a batter. However, only three of the seven runs she gave up were earned.

Warhawks rally by Central Springs MANLY – Trailing 7-5 going into the sixth inning, West Fork rallied to defeat Central Springs 8-7 in a road Corn Bowl Conference baseball match-up on Wednesday, June 11. The Warhawks scored a pair of runs to tie in the sixth and went ahead on a hit by Reese Halloran as they improved to 6-4, 4-1 in the CBC. Dawson Zeitler collected four hits for coach Lance Thompson·s team, while Clay Emhoff drove in two runs. Tanner Tuttle struck out four in his start on the mound. Peyton Twedt earned the win in relief.

trouble against the Lions, the overall quickness resulted in a positive play. Case in point: Madison Mason came home on a passed ball and Macy Scheideman stole home right behind her in the fourth inning. Although Scheideman got caught in a run-down, she kept her feet moving to put pressure on Clear Lake until the Lions· defense made a mistake to score the run. H-D stole 10 bases, four of them by Tidman, three by Scheideman. “I want them to be aggressive like this in all our games. This was probably a good game for practice for that. I·d like to see us be more aggressive and make smart choices. Some of them weren·t the best of choices tonight, but it still worked.” Defensively, Ashlyn Hansen scattered Àve hits while striking out four. The only run for Clear Lake was when a dropped third strike against S. Buehler allowed her to reach with one out in the second. A single followed and a two-out double by Erin O·Tool was the only hiccup for the Bulldogs against the winless Lions (0-12). Hitting from the clean-up spot, Scheideman was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. She also scored three times. Tidman scored three times, going 3-for-4 while reaching in the third on an error. She drove in three runs from the lead-off spot. “We·re doing pretty good,” Tidman said. “We·ve had some…I mean we haven·t played defense bad. We·ve had some teams who have been able to hit off of us, but otherwise we·re doing pretty well.” Meader said, “I·m proud of the girls. We lost a tough one the other night and came back and played really hard tonight.”

BY KRISTI NIXON SHEFFIELD – Top to bottom, West Fork had its bats going in a Corn Bowl Conference baseball victory over Northwood-Kensett on Friday, June 13. With 11 hits and every single Warhawk batter reaching base at least once, coach Lance Thompson·s squad had little trouble with the Vikings in a 13-4 victory. “The whole lineup so far this year has done a good job,” Thompson said. “Sometimes it·s inconsistent where some games the bottom half of the lineup comes through, sometimes it·s the top, sometimes it·s the middle but they all did a good job of putting the bat on the ball. “We got a couple of innings here today where we struggled a little bit, but we got back to where we started taking good swings at good pitches and started to get some more runs and having some good at-bats.” Lead-off hitter Clay Emhoff was 2-for-3, including a double and triple, with two walks, three runs scored and an RBI. Markus Wogen and Reese Halloran each added two more hits for the Warhawks. Spencer Halloran may have been 1-for-3, but he reached three times, including a walk and an error and his lone base hit was a triple that drove in a run. The senior inÀelder is hitting .381 with an on base percentage of .458. “It·s getting better as the year goes on,” Halloran said of his hitting. “Tonight was a pretty good

night to hit because he didn·t have much of a curveball and you didn·t have to guess, just react to the fastball every time.” The graduated senior who is headed to NIACC to play baseball, also stole two bags and made a risky move by running through a stop sign in the Àfth inning and was thrown out at the plate. But he also made a memorable defensive play in the third with his team leading 6-2. N-K No. 2 hitter Trevor Varner was trying to go from Àrst to third on a ground out, but instead of sliding, he went high and threw an elbow at Halloran, who was camped out in front of the bag. According to Thompson, Varner was restricted to the dugout after the play. “He got restricted to the dugout just because he didn·t slide and put his forearm up,” Thompson explained. “It·s just that Spencer had the ball and made the good play and got him out.” Halloran insisted he wasn·t bothered by the play. “I was just waiting for him to run into the tag and threw my arms up and it really wasn·t that big of a deal,” he said. “(It surprised me) a little bit, yeah, because he hit me in the mouth, but it wasn·t (that big of a deal).” Meanwhile, pitcher Peyton Twedt struck out 10 and allowed only one earned run in six innings on the mound for the Warhawks. The win improved West Fork·s record to 7-5 overall, 4-1 in the CBC.

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Winning battery – Peyton Twedt, Kyle Schulz (7) and Clay Emhoff. Losing battery – Zach Costello, Brandon Severson (6) and Keano Batton. Two or more hits – N-K (Colton Moretz); WF (Emhoff, Markus Wogen, Reese Halloran). 2B – N-K 2 (Moretz 2); WF 2 (Dawson Zeitler, Emhoff). 3B – WF 4 (Emhoff, A. Halloran, Wogen, R. Halloran). SB – WF 3 (S. Halloran, Wogen). RBI – N-K 4 (Moretz 4); WF 11 (Austin Neff 4, Wogen 2, Zeitler 2, Emhoff, S. Halloran, R. Halloran).

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Winning battery – Ashlyn Hansen and Charlie Ann Meyers. Losing battery – Reagan Brackey and Lexi Jones. Two or more hits – H-D (Shelby Tidman 3, Macy Scheideman 3, Madison Mason 2, Mallory Wohlford 2). 2B – CL (Erin O’Tool); H-D 3 (Mason, Scheideman, Wohlford). SB – H-D 10 (Tidman 4, Scheideman 3, Wohlford, Lexi Sorenson, Mason). RBI – CL (O’Tool); H-D (Tidman 3, Scheideman 3, Wohlford 2, Mason).

West Fork softball drops CBC game MANLY – Despite holding Central Springs to just four hits, West Fork suffered a 4-1 loss to the Panthers on Wednesday, June 11. The Warhawks out-hit the home team 6-4 and starter Siera Jeffrey didn·t allow an earned run, but Central Springs found a way to stymie them. Anne Jorgensen hit 2-for-4 for West Fork but the Warhawks managed their only run in the Àfth off Central Springs· starter Lexi Korte. The Panthers improved to 10-1-1 overall while West Fork fell to 2-6.

Third baseman Spencer Halloran of West Fork, right, reacts after getting hit high by Northwood-Kensett’s Trevor Varner during Friday’s Corn Bowl Conference game. KRISTI NIXON/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

Halloran helps cause in win over Saints SHEFFIELD – Spencer Halloran struck out 12 and collected a pair of hits in leading West Fork over Saint Ansgar on Monday, June 9 at home. Halloran also drove in a pair of

runs as the Warhawks defeated the Saints, 4-0. Drew Engebretson drove in the other two runs for West Fork.

West Fork falls to St. Ansgar SHEFFIELD – West Fork never led in a 10-4 softball loss to visiting St. Ansgar on Monday, June 9. The Saints put a three-spot on the scoreboard to start and answered every time the Warhawks put up a couple of runs. Courtney Larson hit 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in the loss. Ahna Larson and Siera Jeffrey combined to give up nine hits although neither gave up any walks while striking out four (two apiece). Mickee Guritz belted a two-run double for the Warhawks (1-5).

Kinseth wins Hampton Country Club men’s invite HAMPTON – Ryan Kinseth shot 111 (27 holes) in the championship Áight of the Hampton Country Club men·s invitational held Saturday, June 7. Kinseth was one stroke in front of Jaret Urdahl to win it. The remaining Àve Áight shot just 18 holes with winners of each Áight including Todd Kuntz, Doug Winters, Kurt Hirth, John Carney and Brian Miller.

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PUBLIC NOTICE City of Hampton HAMPTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR SESSION MINUTES THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2014, 6:00 P.M. The Hampton City Council Regular Session was called to order at City Council Chambers by Mayor Brook Boehmler at 6:00 p.m. Council members in attendance were James Davies, Dyanne Pralle, Jay Hickman and Richard Lukensmeyer. Valerie Haugebak and Steve Harms were absent. Mayor Boehmler invited those present to join in the Pledge of Allegiance to the 86Ă&#x20AC;DJ0D\RU%RHKPOHUFDOOHGIRUDPRWLRQWR approve the agenda. Motion by Pralle. Second by Davies. Motion approved unanimously. Mayor Boehmler gave the report from the Council Workshop of June 9, 2014. Public Comment: Mayor Boehmler invited those wishing to make public comment to address the Council; none. Mayor Boehmler referred comment to City Manager Dunt regarding appeal requested by Don Vosburg, reference a nuisance notice on his property, located at 713 1st Street NW. Mr. Vosburg was not present as he had contacted City Hall earlier in the day, and he discussed matters with Ron Dunt and Code Enforcement 2IÂżFHU'RXJ7DUU'RXJLQGLFDWHGWKDWWKHSURSerty status has improved. Mr. Vosburg wishes to seek a request for re-zoning of his property. Doug will schedule a Planning and Zoning meeting after Mr. Vosburg submits his written request. No public hearing or Council action would be necessary at this time. Old Business: None. New Business: Mayor Boehmler called on City Manager Dunt to review the quote received from Advanced Tech Solutions, Inc., for previously discussed security options at the Aquatic Center and Progress Park. Motion by Davies, seconded by Pralle, to accept quote #1567 submitted by Advanced Tech Solutions, Inc., for the purchase and installation of security system at the Aquatic Center and Progress Park, LQWKHDPRXQWRI,WZDVFODULÂżHGWKDW the City was awarded a $5,000 grant through Community Foundation for this project. Motion carried. Mayor Boehmler called for a motion to approve claims. Motion by Hickman to approve claims, as recommended by Staff, totaling $562,225.20. Seconded by Pralle. It was noted that $405,490.00 of this total was for the scheduled debt payment for June 1st. Motion approved unanimously. Mayor Boehmler introduced Resolution 201416, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Resolution approving the transfer of manDJHPHQWRIJHQHUDOÂżQDQFLDORSHUDWLRQVIRUWKH Hampton Public Library to the City of Hampton.â&#x20AC;? Resolution read by City Manager Dunt, who provided details. Motion by Lukensmeyer,

seconded by Davies, to approve and adopt Resolution 2014-16. Roll call vote: Ayes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Davies, Lukensmeyer, Pralle and Hickman. Nays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; None. Motion approved and Resolution 201416 adopted. Mayor Boehmler introduced Resolution 2014 Âł5HVROXWLRQ Âż[LQJ GDWH IRU D PHHWLQJ RQ the authorization of a loan and disbursement agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $6,500,000 Sewer Revenue Capital Loan Notes of City of Hampton, Iowa, and providing for publication of notice thereof.â&#x20AC;? City Manager Dunt summarized content, noting the public hearing would be scheduled for June 26, 2014, during the City Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s next regular session. Motion by Pralle, seconded by Lukensmeyer, to approve and adopt Resolution 2014-18. Roll call vote: Ayes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Hickman, Davies, Pralle and Lukensmeyer. Nays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; None. Haugebak and Harms absent. Motion carried, and Resolution 2014-18 adopted. Mayor Boehmler called on City Manager Dunt for the reading and explanation of Resolution 2014-19, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Resolution approving fund transfers for Fiscal Year 2014.â&#x20AC;? Dunt explained this involves a systematic relay of reserve balances to the appropriate designated funds for proper EDODQFHVRQÂżOHDWWKHFORVHRIWKHÂżVFDOSHULRG Motion by Davies, seconded by Lukensmeyer, to approve and adopt Resolution 2014-19. Roll call vote: Ayes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Davies, Hickman, Pralle and Lukensmeyer. Nays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; None. Haugebak and Harms absent. Motion approved, and Resolution 2014-19 adopted. 0D\RU %RHKPOHU RIIHUHG WKH WKLUG DQG ÂżQDO reading of Ordinance No. 350, â&#x20AC;&#x153;An Ordinance amending Chapter 149 Public Water Supply Wellhead Protection Regulations of the Hampton Municipal Code to amend time-related capture zones and permitted uses.â&#x20AC;? City Manager Dunt reviewed the details. Motion by Pralle, seconded by Davies, to approve and adopt Ordinance No. 350. Roll call vote: Ayes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pralle, Lukensmeyer, Hickman and Davies. Nays â&#x20AC;&#x201C; None. Haugebak and Harms absent. Motion approved, and Ordinance No. 350 adopted. Motion by Davies to approve the Consent Agenda, including previous minutes as drafted for publication from the Thursday, May 22, 2014, Regular Session, previous minutes as drafted for publication from the Thursday, May 29, 2014, Special Session, scheduling the next Regular Session for Thursday, June 26, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., at City Council Chambers, and approval of renewals of Tobacco Sales Permits for Fareway Stores, Inc., #902, 309 Central Avenue W; Crossroads of Hampton, 4 4th Street SE; Git-N-Go Convenience Store #9, 319 Central Avenue E, all of, Hampton, Iowa, and approval of change of ownership on Alcoholic

Beverage License for Rustic Brew, LLC, 117 1st Street NW, Hampton, Iowa. Motion approved unanimously. Staff Reports given by Chief Bob Schaefer, Police Dept.; Doug Tarr, Public Works Director; and Ron Dunt, City Manager, expressing thanks to Wilma Mason, Communications Supervisor and Dispatcher with the Hampton Police Department for over 40 years, who is retiring on June 21st. She was commended for her dedication and professionalism, having VDFULÂżFHG PXFK RI KHU SHUVRQDO OLIH WR SURYLGH coverage and management of many shifts. The Police Department will be hosting a reception in her honor in the Council Chambers on Friday, June 20th, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Council Reports given by Davies and Lukensmeyer. Mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Report given by Mayor Boehmler, announcing the appointment of Jim Garrett to the Hampton Tree Board. Motion to adjourn by Davies at 6:44 p.m. Second by Pralle. Motion approved unanimously. Adjournment 6:45 p.m. Attest: Ron Dunt, City Manager Mayor Brook S. Boehmler GENERAL FUND A&M Electric Inc, Equip Repair ...........$160.18 Advanced Systems Inc, Operating Supply ........ .............................................................$19.80 Ahlers & Cooney PC, Atty Fees...........$200.00 Allen Occ. Health, Misc Contract ...........$61.78 Aramark Uniform Services, Bldg Maint.............. .............................................................$27.98 Auto Parts Inc, Maint ...........................$383.43 Butch Gruelke Auto Body, Veh Repair ...$93.23 Caseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s General Stores, Fuel...........$1,534.21 Cenex Fleetcard, Fuel .........................$232.84 Centurylink, Phone ...........................$1,323.76 Chickering, Karen, Shelter Refund ......$100.00 Consolidated Energy, Fuel ...............$1,461.80 D&L Sanitation Inc, Garbage Disposal .............. ...........................................................$254.67 Davis, Jean, Shelter Refund ..................$25.00 Dunt, Ronald, Veh Allow/Phone...........$140.00 Electronic Engineering, Phone ..............$10.00 Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 ........................................$29,031.73 Fareway Stores, Hldg Fac .....................$74.10 Four Seasons Services, Mowing Services ........ ...........................................................$420.00 Franklin County Lumber, Maint..............$35.22 Giddings Electric, Maint/Supply ...........$162.81 Gitzen, Robert III, Fuel ..........................$51.71 Globe Gazette Circulation, Operating Supply.... .............................................................$95.00 Hampton Public Library, 4th Quarter Funding ... ......................................................$20,000.00 Hampton Vet Center, Misc Contract ....$255.00

Howie Equip Inc, Veh Repair .................$10.00 IAMU, Training .....................................$298.42 Iowa City/County Mgmt, Dues .............$150.00 Iowa Co Attnys Assn, Training ...............$60.00 ILEA, Training ......................................$300.00 Kum & Go, Fuel ...................................$391.25 Law Enforcement Systems, Adv/Printing........... ...........................................................$148.00 Martinez, Ana, Shelter Refund...............$25.00 McWilliams, Joel, Travel ......................$261.36 Mid-America Publishing Co, Adv/Printing .......... ...........................................................$689.59 MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities .....$2,184.88 Miller, Penny, Shelter Refund ................$25.00 Napa Auto Parts, Maint/Supply............$402.82 2IÂżFH'HSRW6XSSO\............................$214.15 QT Petroleum on Demand, Misc Contract......... ...........................................................$995.00 Rahrig, Jacob, Shelter Refund ............$100.00 Ramirez, Esmeralda, Shelter Refund ....$25.00 RCSI, Utilities ........................................$16.95 Reminder Printing Co, The, Adv/Printing ........... ...........................................................$158.40 Rieken, Rodney, Tree Replacement ....$314.39 Rosenberg, Megan, Atty Fees .............$681.48 Ross, Charlotte, Shelter Refund ............$25.00 Schaefer, Robert, Phone .......................$40.00 Schwebke, Jake, Travel.......................$444.36 Shield Pest Control LLC, Bldg Maint .....$55.00 Speich, Della, Shelter Refund .............$100.00 Symens, Sue, Shelter Refund ...............$25.00 Tarr, Douglas, Phone .............................$40.00 Treat America, Travel ..............................$7.36 Turfwerks, Captl Equip ........................$930.01 US Cellular, Phone ..............................$119.45 Waste Management, Garbage Disposal ............ .............................................................$15.19 TOTAL GENERAL: ........................ $65,407.31 GENERAL - LOST/POOL A&M Electric Inc, Misc Contract ............$38.89 ACCO, Chemicals/Supply ...................$764.42 AgSource Laboratories, Lab Testing ...$132.00 Central Iowa Distributing, Operating Supply...... ...........................................................$668.85 D&L Sanitation Inc, Garbage Disposal ..$25.00 Dollar General Corp, Operating Supply ............. .............................................................$25.00 Hampton Aquatic Center, Holiday Change ........ .............................................................$75.00 Hewett Wholesale, Concessions ......$3,399.98 IA Dept of Revenue, Sales Tax ............$521.00 MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities ........$164.65 2IÂżFH'HSRW6XSSO\..............................$89.09 Pepsi Cola, Concessions.....................$958.79 TOTAL GENERAL - LOST/POOL: .. $6,862.67 ROAD USE Allen Occ. Health, Misc Contract ...........$92.66 Auto Parts Inc, Maint .............................$19.11 Bituminous Materials & Supply, Str Maint Supply ......................................................$286.65

Caseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s General Stores, Fuel..............$459.50 Centurylink, Phone ................................$40.26 Clapsaddle-Garber Associates, Str Construction ..................................................$3,240.00 Concrete Inc, Misc Contract/Ice Removal ......... ........................................................$1,580.00 Consolidated Energy, Fuel ...............$2,396.20 D&L Sanitation Inc, Garbage Disposal ..$25.33 Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 ..........................................$6,615.41 Giddings Electric, Maint/Supply ...........$115.56 Grefe, Randy, Phone .............................$25.00 IAMU, Training .....................................$431.05 ,$'HSWRI7UDQVSRUWDWLRQ7UDIÂżF6LJQ6XSSO\ ... ...........................................................$183.69 ,RZD3ULVRQ,QGXVWULHV7UDIÂżF6LJQ6XSSO\ ....... ...........................................................$165.00 Martin Marietta Material, Str Maint Supply ........ ...........................................................$731.92 Mid-Iowa Solid Waste Equip, Veh Repair .......... ...........................................................$528.49 MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities .....$4,944.40 Millerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Alignment, Equip Repair ............$65.00 TOTAL ROAD USE: ....................... $21,945.23 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMC Natl Life Co, Life Ins .....................$96.00 Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 ..........................................$6,075.96 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ...........................................................$335.00 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ...........................................................$629.36 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: ..... $7,136.32 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Simmering-Cory Inc, Prof Fees ........$7,712.00 GENERAL OBLIGATION First Bank Hampton, Debt Payment .................. ....................................................$405,490.00 CAPITAL PROJECT - WWTP, ......................... Ahlers & Cooney PC, Prof Fees .......$2,575.00 Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc, Engineering ........ ........................................................$7,650.00 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJ - WWTP: . $10,225.00 CAPTL PROJ - LIBRARY IMPRVMT Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc, Engineering ........ ........................................................$1,518.95 METER DEPOSIT Ditch, Casey, Meter Deposit Refund ...$102.65 Hampton, City of, Meter Deposit Applied........... ...........................................................$551.59 Loggins, Kimberly, Meter Deposit Refund ......... .............................................................$33.05 Perez, Carrie, Meter Deposit Refund ....$38.78 White, Mark, Meter Deposit Refund ......$98.93 TOTAL METER DEPOSITS: ............... $825.00 CEMETERY TRUST Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 .............................................$632.33 WATER ACCO, Training ...................................$180.00

Allen Occ. Health, Misc Contract ...........$61.78 Auto Parts Inc, Maint .............................$55.81 Caseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s General Stores, Fuel..............$208.91 Centurylink, Phone ................................$60.26 Concrete Inc, Misc Contract ................$183.50 D&L Sanitation Inc, Garbage Disposal ..$51.00 Davis, Ivan, Credit Balance Refund.......$77.58 Dillon, Patrick, Phone ............................$25.00 Elphic, Donna, Refund...........................$50.00 EMC Natl Life co, Life Ins ......................$28.80 Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 ........................................$11,941.99 Franklin Co Lumber, Maint/Misc Contract ......... .............................................................$45.39 Hach Co, Operating Supply .................$246.17 Hamm, Terry, Phone ..............................$25.00 Hampton Htg & AC Inc, Operating Supply......... .............................................................$13.65 +DPSWRQ3RVW2IÂżFH3RVWDJH ............$342.00 Howie Equip Inc, Veh Repair .................$15.50 IAMU, Training .....................................$298.44 IA Dept of Revenue, Sales Tax .........$3,013.00 MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities .....$1,913.88 Overhead Door Co of Mason City, Misc Contract .................................................$3,169.00 RCSI, Utilities ........................................$16.95 Redneck Inc, Lab Testing ........................$9.86 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ...$67.50 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ............... ...........................................................$230.10 TOTAL WATER: ............................. $22,331.07 SEWER Allen Occ. Health, Misc Contract ...........$61.78 Barco Municipal Products, Operating Supply .... ...........................................................$197.41 Centurylink, Phone ................................$40.26 D&L Sanitation, Garbage Disposal ........$51.00 Dumont Telephone Co, Phone ..............$60.00 EMC Natl Life Co, Life Ins .....................$14.40 Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 ..........................................$8,002.08 Fareway Stores Inc, Lab Testing ...........$50.72 Fastenal Co, Equip Repair ..................$145.77 Git-N-Go Convenience Store, Fuel......$395.29 +DPSWRQ3RVW2IÂżFH3RVWDJH ..............$86.66 IAMU, Training .....................................$298.42 IA Dept of Revenue, Sales Tax ............$465.00 MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities .....$1,683.54 Millerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Alignment, Equip Repair ............$16.00 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ...$67.50 7KUHH5LYHUV%HQHÂżW&RUS+HDOWK,QV ...$88.18 TOTAL SEWER:............................. $11,724.01 SOLID WASTE Employee Payroll Expense, Payroll 05/12/14 05/25/14 .............................................$415.31 TOTAL CLAIMS ........................... $562,225.20 ___________________________________

Corner Market, Supplies ............................5.38 Earthgrains Baking Coâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Inc., Bread......370.23 Hampton-Dumont Comm. School, Food Supplies Reimb ..........................................103.73 Keck, Inc., Food Supplies ......................473.32 Martin Brothers Dist. Co., Inc, Supplies............. ..........................................................3,716.36 Total ................................................... 7,059.64 Activity Fund Arndorfer, Mike , Umpire..........................85.00 Arnold, Rachael , Soccer Concessions ............. .............................................................107.10 Auto Parts, Inc, Ffa Supplies ...................49.40 Belmond-Klemme Community S.D., Tourney Fee .........................................................75.00 %UXQV'LUN2IÂżFLDO ...............................125.00 Cal Hot Lunch Fund, Concessions Supplies ..... ...............................................................81.24 Christensen, Tim , Umpire .......................85.00 Cmb Community School District, Tourney Fee .. ...............................................................50.00 Corner Market, Ffa Supplies....................26.59 Fareway Stores, Inc., Supplies ..............206.68 Garner High School, Track Meet Entry Fee....... .............................................................150.00 Godfatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pizza, Soccer Pizza ...........100.00 Hampton Hardware, Supplies................102.30 Hampton-Dumont Comm. School, Softball Tourney Fee ...........................................60.00 Hopkins Sporting Goods, Inc., Sport Pins ......... .............................................................157.13 Iowa High School Speech Association, District Entry Fee .................................................8.00 Iowa Sports Supply Co, Supplies ..........687.26 Iowa State Fair, Dna Envelopes ..............64.00 -RKQVRQ'RQ-XDQ2IÂżFLDO....................95.00

Lifetouch, Pictures ...................................30.00 /OR\G'DQ2IÂżFLDO ...............................125.00 0DUWLQ6WHYH2IÂżFLDO ...........................190.00 Mason City Newman Hs, Tourney Fee ....50.00 National Ffa, Membership .......................14.50 1LNL'RXJODV2IÂżFLDO ...........................190.00 1LNL-ROHQH2IÂżFLDO ................................95.00 1LNL.ULVWLQD2IÂżFLDO...............................95.00 3HUNLQV)UHG2IÂżFLDO ...........................125.00 Porzio, Dianna , Soccer Concessions .....85.68 Rainbow Feed And Garden, Chalk ..........95.84 5DPVD\&KDUOLH2IÂżFLDO3ODFLQJ 5HIÂżQJ...... .............................................................388.00 Rural Heritage Restoration, Ffa Supplies .......... .............................................................590.00 Scholastic Book Fairs, Spring Fair .....1,806.30 Shindigz-One Party Place, Prom Supplies ........ .............................................................323.87 Sifert, John , Senior Reception Supplies Reimb .................................................................6.58 6TXLUHV5XVVHOO2IÂżFLDO.........................95.00 7HVGHOO/HH2IÂżFLDO ...............................95.00 9DQ0DDUHQ7RUL2IÂżFLDO .....................160.00 Visa, Supplies & Travel Exp ...............3,137.42 Waddle, Brad , Field Trip Meals ..............20.60 Woolery, Logan , Soccer Concessions ..107.10 Total ................................................. 10,140.59

Marilyn Grarup, Elect Wrkr .................. 190.00 Don Gray, Elect Wrkr ........................... 110.00 Veronica Guerrero, Mileage.................. 47.94 Janice Guldager, Elect Wrkr ............... 223.66 Sandra Hackbarth, Elect Wrkr ............. 246.50 Linda S Hamman, Mileage .................... 37.23 Hampton Hardware, Parts/Sup.............112.71 Hampton Heating, Rep/Parts............ 1349.78 Hampton Vet Center, Srvs ................... 149.52 City of Hampton, Water .......................266.49 Pamela F Harkema, Mileage ................. 66.81 Teresa Harms, Mileage.........................149.43 Harrison Truck Centers, Rep/Parts.......116.57 Karolyn Haugland, Elect Wrkr ............. 199.28 Hawkeye Truck Equipment, Rep/Parts ............ ............................................................. 111.87 Hawkeye West Pest Cntrl, Pest Cntrl ....55.00 Heartland Asphalt, Const Srvs.......147921.94 Judy Heitland, Elect Wrkr ................... 167.14 Janis Hicks, Elect Wrkr ....................... 215.50 Howie Equip, Rep/Parts ....................... 45.45 Luann Huling, Elect Wrkr ..................... 196.88 IBM Corp, Support ................................496.40 Interstate Motor Trucks, Rep/Parts ... 7400.28 IOWA DOT, Sup/Safety ......................2596.23 Shirley Irwin, Elect Wrkr ..................... 192.50 Catherine Jeffries, Mileage .................... 58.65 Gary Jessen, Elect Wrkr ..................... 208.36 Lois Johnson, Elect Wrkr ........................82.75 Carole Jones, Elect Wrkr ..................... 205.30 Mardell Jorgensen, Elect Wrkr ........... 190.20 Beverly Juhl, Elect Wrkr ...................... 226.17 Cassandra L Kalkwarf, Mileage ................7.65 Earl G Kalkwarf, Mlg/Comm ............... 452.39 James Kent, Elect Wrkr ....................... 110.00 Mary Klein, Elect Wrkr ......................... 233.31 Shirley Knudsen, Elect Wrkr ............... 192.50 Anna Koch, Mileage.............................. 28.56 Joyce Koch, Elect Wrkr ....................... 205.30 Robin Koob, Mileage ............................199.92 Carole Kracht, Elect Wrkr ................... 185.00 Irene Kreimeyer, Well Clsd ..................400.00 Lois Krueger, Elect Wrkr .........................70.00 Linda Kuehner, Elect Wrkr .................. 190.00 Shirley Lange, Elect Wrkr ................... 190.00 City of Latimer, Util ................................20.40 Mail Services, Renewals .................... 367.51 Martin Marietta, Road Stone............... 353.41 Mason City Powersports, Srvs ...........1299.94 Christy Mason, Elect Wrkr .....................23.63 Virginia M Meinberg, Mileage ..................9.69 Mid-America Publishing, Pub/Notices/Ad ......... ...........................................................2178.27 Mid American Energy, Util .................. 415.86 Mid-America Business Systems, Equip ........... ...........................................................8795.00 Midwest Technology, Srvs ................... 225.00 Cyndi Miller, Mileage ............................173.91 Deb Miller, Mileage ................................ 92.31 Millerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Alignment, Rep/Parts ...............480.00 Carolyn Moore, Elect Wrkr ....................10.00 Mortâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Water, Outside Srv .....................158.05 Naomi Morton, Elect Wrkr ................... 210.00 Ruth Muller, Elect Wrkr ....................... 185.00 Murphyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Htg & Plmbg, Rep/Parts ..... 1416.82 NAPA, Rep/Parts ..................................349.10 Kathy Neubauer, Elect Mlg .................... 12.24

Barb Noss, Mileage .............................119.85 Lucy Oehlert, Elect Wrkr.........................25.20 2IÂżFH(OHPHQWV0DLQW6XS .................367.61 2IÂżFH0D[2II6XS ..............................393.20 Olive Ave Feed, Sup .............................. 14.50 Jodi Patton, Elect Wrkr ..........................15.00 Mary Ann Patton, Elect Wrkr .............. 200.61 Sharon Paulsen, Elect Wrkr ................ 187.50 Judith Peil, Elect Wrkr ........................ 218.36 Petroblend Corp, Lubricants ............... 268.87 PETTY CASH-SHERIFF, Pstg............. 379.91 Patricia Poling, Elect Wrkr .................. 185.00 Thomas L Porter, Mileage..................... 27.82 Rapids Reproductions, Off Equip .........240.57 Redneck, Rep/Parts ............................. 18.02 Reliable, Off Sup ................................... 97.45 Reminder Printing, Ads ........................336.00 River City Comm, Monitor Sys ............. 23.00 Debra Roberts, Elect Wrkr.................. 214.78 Jessica M Rother, Mileage ...................178.50 Marian Sanders, Elect Wrkr................. 218.56 Shirley Sanders, Elect Wrkr................ 199.18 Marla L Schipper, Mileage ....................221.34 Marlene Severe, Elect Wrkr................. 211.22 Marilyn Sheahan, Elect Wrkr .............. 201.22 Shopko, Sup .........................................195.27 Shred Right, Shredding .......................137.90 Jill Silver, Mileage ................................. 23.46 Raymond Silver, Wk Apprl ................... 158.08 Carol Snell, Elect Wrkr ....................... 162.50 Solutions, Support Agrmnt .............. 13304.00 Robbi Stevens, Elect Wrkr.....................15.00 Patricia Stock, Elect Wrkr .................... 180.00 Margaret Flint Suter, Elect Wrkr .............20.00 Dorene Swanson, Elect Wrkr .................15.00 Jenni Swart, Mileage ............................ 82.62 Brent J Symens, Rent.......................... 210.00 Dorothy Taylor, Elect Wrkr ................... 196.63 Marie Teggatz, Elect Wrkr .................. 190.20 Cheryl Ubben, Elect Wrkr .................... 185.00 US Cellular, Cell Srv ..........................1499.14 USPS, Pstg/Rent ............................... 5874.00 Judy Van Raden, Elect Wrkr ................ 187.50 Sarah Van Wert, Elect Wrkr ................. 212.39 Logan M VanDyke, Wk Apprl .............. 161.07 Deb Vanness, Elect Wrkr .................... 205.30 Verizon Wireless, Cell/WiFi ..................202.50 VISA, Sup/Trng .................................... 468.79 Wardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Machine Shop, Rep/Parts........108.82 Waste Mgmt, Garb/Recy ......................512.47 Jim Wessels, Elect Wrkr ..................... 274.11 World of Trophies, Sup ........................279.00 Diana L Wilkinson, Mileage .................100.98 Gwana Wirtjes, Elect Mlg ........................7.65 Jeanne Wogen, Mileage ........................ 37.23 Karen R Woodley, Elect Wrkr ............. 217.26 JoAnn Young, Elect Wrkr .................... 206.78 Renee Zimmerman, Mileage ................ 96.39 Grand Total.................................... 272589.41

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on June 18, 2014. ___________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE CAL Community School District CAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING JUNE 9, 2014 The CAL Board of Education met for its regular PHHWLQJRQ-XQHLQWKH'LVWULFW2IÂżFH President Steve Muhlenbruch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. Present were Board members Steve Muhlenbruch, Beth Eddy, Todd Mensing and Austin Elling. Board member Mitch Vanness was absent. Also present were Superintendent Dwight Widen, Principal Scott Striegel, Secretary Amanda Rapp and Custodian Frank Patrick. A motion to approve the agenda with two items added to 9c. was made by Eddy, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. The Board recognized John Sifert as a visitor, he spoke to the Board on the next steps for the Spain trip. Board member Mitch Vanness arrived at 7:17 p.m. A motion was made to approve the consent agenda and the paying of the bills with two ELOOVDGGHGWRWKHOLVW7KHÂżUVWZDVWR)DUPHUÂśV Coop in the amount of $2,727.75 for fuel, the second was to Earthgrains in the amount of $370.23 for bread. The motion was made by Elling, seconded by Vanness. All ayes. A motion to approve the Rural School Advocates membership was made by Vanness, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. Frank Patrick gave his report to the Board, which consisted of all the projects that needed to be done over the summer and the Board accepted the list. The Board also reviewed the transportation report. The Board reviewed the

technology plan, and tabled it for the July meeting. A motion to approve the resignation of Dawn Guritz from Large Group Speech Sponsor was made by Vanness, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. A motion to approve the resignations of Kim Anderson and Megan Rasmussen as Substitute Drivers was made by Mensing, seconded by Vanness. All ayes. A motion to approve a Large Group Speech Contract for Alexandra Vallebo was made by Vanness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. A motion to approve a .5 Counselor contract for Heather Wilson pending she acquires a license was made by Mensing, seconded by Vanness. All ayes. A motion to approve an Assistant Girls Basketball Coach contract for Heather Wilson was made by Vanness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. A motion to approve a Driversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Ed Driving Hours Contract with Scott Striegel was made by Vanness, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. A motion to approve a Driversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Ed Driving Hours Contract with Val Haugebak was made by Vanness, seconded by Eddy. All ayes. A motion to approve the paying of the bills to close out the 2013-2014 school year was made by Eddy, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. A motion to approve the Child Nutrition fees on the attached list was made by Eddy, seconded by Vanness. All ayes except Elling. A motion to approve the Activity and Student fees on the attached list was made by Eddy, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. A motion to approve the MISIC agreement was made by Mensing, seconded by Eddy. All ayes. A motion to adjourn was made by Vanness,

seconded by Eddy. All ayes. The meeting was adjourned at 9:28 p.m. Cal Claims June 2014 Gf/Mgmt/Silo/Ppel Aea 267 Educational Services, Supplies ........... ...............................................................42.93 Alden Community School District, Oe Tuition4th Qtr ...............................................1,500.25 Amazon.Com, Maint Supplies ...............205.85 Aramark, Laundry Services ...................195.06 Auto Parts, Inc, Parts.............................109.14 Barkers Lawn Care And Snow Removal, Lawn Care .....................................................800.00 Bauer Built Inc., Supplies ......................223.06 City Of Latimer, Water & Garbage .........234.38 Corner Market, Supplies ........................ 111.59 Department Of Education, Bus Inspection ........ .............................................................480.00 Fareway Stores, Inc., Mtg Supplies .........31.55 Farmers Cooperative Company, Fuel................ ..........................................................2,747.75 Franklin County Lumber, Ffa Supplies ..612.31 Franklin Rural Electric Coop., Electricity ........... ..........................................................3,177.90 Frontier Communications, Communications...... .............................................................250.00 Google Inc, Google Services ..............1,507.00 Grant, Robert A. , Snow Removal ......1,455.00 Hampton-Dumont Comm. School, Misc ............ ......................................................130,044.96 Heartland Aea, Class Registrations ....1,800.00 Heiny,Mcmanigal, Duffy,, Legal Services........... .............................................................247.00 Howland, Julie , Daily Mileage.................73.50 Iowa Dept Of Human Services, Medicaid ..........

..........................................................5,090.87 Iowa Testing Programs, Testing ..........1,492.54 ,VÂżV%DFNJURXQG&KHFNV ........................53.00 Jmc Computer Service Inc., Renewal & Supplies...................................................1,692.81 Mid-America Publishing Corp., Minutes & Claims ..................................................205.54 Midamerican Energy Company, Bus Barn Electricity.......................................................78.29 North Iowa Area Comm. College, Pseo Classes ......................................................5,720.05 Petty Cash, Postage ................................30.81 Pralle, Sandra , Nurse Services ............495.00 S & S Worldwide, Recess/Pe Supplies ............. .............................................................368.95 School Administrators Of Iowa, Membership Dues..................................................1,502.00 School Bus Sales Company, Parts ............7.93 Seminole Energy Services, L.L.C., Natural Gas ..........................................................1,935.34 Timberline Billing Service Llc, Medicaid Billing .. ..........................................................1,289.05 University Of Northern Iowa, Summer Institute . ..........................................................1,500.00 Visa, Misc ...........................................1,346.88 Widen, Dwight , Travel Exp Reimb ........194.30 $Ă&#x20AC;DF/DQHÂśV3UHPLXP.............................45.50 Iseba, Retiree Insurance ....................3,554.57 Hampton-Dumont Comm. School, Misc ............ .............................................................617.06 Jamf Software, Casper Suite Renewal .............. ..........................................................3,968.00 Iboss Network Security, Web Filter .....3,143.45 Total ............................................... 180,181.17 Hot Lunch Fund Anderson Erickson Dairy Co., Milk .....2,390.62

___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on June 18, 2014. ___________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin County Board of Supervisors Proceedings of the Frankling County Board of Supervisors June 9, 2014 Be it duly noted these minutes of 6/09/14 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Jerry L. Plagge-Chairman, Michael Nolte and Corey Eberling present. Guests: Nick Pedley-Hampton Chronicle Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, approves the agenda as submitted. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves the minutes of 6/2/14. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board opened the meeting to public comment. Present was: Berry Johnson, representing the Harriman Nielsen Historic Farm, inviting the Board to a book signing event on June 22, 2014 at the Nielsen House for the newly published book â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Nielsen Letters Doorway to the Pastâ&#x20AC;? with Author James Iversen present. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves the cancellation of warrants #10348$50.91, #5273-$32.25, #15378-$18.87 and #8289-$64.61, all which are over one year old. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves a Fireworks Permit to Kenneth Hoverstein to display on July 4th at 366 Oakland Drive (2 miles south of Popejoy). All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves a Fireworks Permit to Tyler Heilskov to display on July 3, 4 & 5th at 1285 160th Street, Hampton. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves a Fireworks Permit to Nate Robertson to display on July 4th at 1054 Rail Avenue, Geneva. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, approves Pay Estimate No. 1 for $32,385.87 for DD 10 Open Ditch Repair and Clean-out; project MEC1411040 as submitted by McClure Engineering. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, approves contracts, bonds and form of insurance for BROS-C035(79)â&#x20AC;&#x201D;8J-35 RCB Culvert Replacement â&#x20AC;&#x201C; twin box on 30th Street between Killdeer and Lark Avenues to Rognes Bros. Excavating, Inc. of Lake Mills, Iowa. Contract amount $117,938.15 with 80% federal aid bridge funds. The contracts, bonds and insurance will be signed at a later date. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves contracts, bonds and form of insurance for BROS-C035(80)â&#x20AC;&#x201D;8J-35 RCB Culvert Replacement â&#x20AC;&#x201C; twin box on 40th Street between Nuthatch and Olive Avenues to Rognes Bros. Excavating, Inc. of Lake Mills, Iowa. Contract amount $129,149.90 with 80% federal aid bridge funds. The contracts, bonds and insurance will be signed at a later date. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, ap-

SURYHVD5RDG&ORVXUH$IÂżGDYLWRQWK6WUHHW between Indigo Avenue and Jonquil Avenue for bridge repair project. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, approves work in the right of way for Ben Rust to mow and bale ditches along C13 and S34 with a warning not to start mowing or baling until July 15th, as per County Ordinance. If performed before July 15th, no permit will be issued in the future. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves a Franklin County Utility Permit Application for Franklin REC to install overhead electric power lines on Cardinal Avenue north of 70th 6WUHHWWRQHZFRQÂżQHPHQWRSHUDWLRQEXLOGLQJV All ayes, motion carried. At 9:15 AM Sandy Eckhardt-Drainage Clerk brought concerns on DD 30, Lat 5 repair update. County Engineer agreed to remove the WUHHV ÂżUVW DQG WKHQ FRUUHFW DQG H[WHQG WKH non-corrugated tile from the fence line on. This should have been done in 2001 when the repair ZDVÂżUVWZRUNHG RQ Russell Wood-CPC met to explain a 28E Agreement prepared for the Central Iowa Community Services coalition between ten members counties being: Franklin, Boone, Hamilton, Hardin, Jasper, Madison, Marshall, Poweshiek, Story and Warren. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, accepts and approves the 28E Agreement for the Central Iowa Community Services for the purpose to create a mental health and disability service region as described in Iowa Code Section 331.438E (2012) to provide local access to PHQWDOKHDOWKDQGGLVDELOLW\VHUYLFHVDVGHÂżQHG in the regional management plan and to engage in any other related activity in which an Iowa 28E organization may lawfully be engaged. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, approves claims for the period ending 6/8/14. All ayes, motion carried. At 10:30 AM a Departmental Meeting was held. Miscellaneous topics were discussed. No action taken. At 11:00 AM Daniel Wiechmann-County Attorney met with the Board to go over a FCDA Spec Building Reimbursement Note and Mortgage between FCDA, Corn Belt Power Cooperative, Franklin Rural Electric Cooperative and Franklin County in the original principal aggregate amount up to $720,000. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, on the recommendation of the County Attorney, approves the Reimbursement Note between the Franklin County Development Association for value received and promises to pay Corn Belt Power Cooperative (Corn Belt), Franklin Rural Electric Cooperative (Franklin REC) and Franklin County upon the sale by the Borrower of the real estate described in the Mortgage of said property on Lots 9 & 10 in the Hampton Air Industrial Park. All ayes, motion carried. At 11:30 AM the Board Canvassed votes from the 6/3/14 Primary Election. Motion to accept the results from the Com-

missioner of Elections for the June 3, 2014 Primary Election and approve the Franklin County QRPLQHHV IRU 6WDWH DQG )HGHUDO RIÂżFHV ZKLFK will be sent to the State and approve the local nominees for the General Election ballot in November as follows: U.S. Senator -Rep ................................................Joni Ernst -Dem .......................................... Bruce Braley U.S. Rep. Dist 4 -Rep .............................................. Steve King -Dem ............................................ Jim Mowrer Governor -Rep ....................................Terry E. Branstad -Dem .............................................Jack Hatch Secretary of State -Rep ........................................... Paul D. Pate -Dem .......................................Brad Anderson Auditor of State -Rep ........................................ Mary Mosiman -Dem ............................ Jonathan Neiderbach Treasurer of State -Rep ....................................................... None -Dem ............................. Michael L. Fitzgerald Secretary of Ag -Rep ............................................. Bill Northey -Dem .......................................... Sherrie Taha Attorney General -Rep ....................................................... None -Dem .............................................. Tom Miller State Sen Dist 27 -Rep ........................................... Shawn Dietz -Dem ......................................Amanda Ragan State Rep Dist 54 -Rep ....................................... Linda Upmeyer -Dem ...................................................... None Co Brd Supv #1 -Rep ..........................................Michael Nolte -Dem ...................................................... None Co Brd Supv #2 -Rep ....................................... Jerry L. Plagge -Dem ...................................................... None Co Treasurer -Rep ...........................................Chad Murray -Dem ..........................................Chad Murray Co Recorder -Rep .........................................Toni Wilkinson -Dem ...................................................... None Co Attorney -Rep ..................................... Brent J. Symens -Dem ...................................................... None All ayes, motion carried. The Board acknowledged Manure Management Plan Renewals for: 1) Tri B Farms Site #3, #66701, owner Tri B Farms LLC, site located 90th St, Dows, Sec 30, Hamilton Township; 2) Enslin Finisher, #61560, owner Paul Enslin, site located 606 Vine Ave, Ackley, Sec 3, Osceola Township. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Eberling, adjourns at 11:55 AM, until 6/16/14. All ayes. Motion carried. Sharon Aalfs, Elect Wrkr...................... 197.70 Ace Prof Cleaning Srvs, Srvs .................40.00 Sharon Akers, Trng .................................32.50 Alliant Energy, Util...................................23.95

JoEllen K Arends, Mileage....................124.44 Auto Parts, Rep/Parts ...........................376.06 Linda Balvanz, Elect Wrkr .................. 206.32 Mary J Barnes, Elect Wrkr .................. 190.00 Marilyn Behn, Elect Wrkr ..................... 247.83 Brody M Bertram, Wk Apprl ................ 100.12 Jackie Birdsell, Elect Wrkr .................. 190.00 Kathy A. Bobst, Elect Wrkr .................. 202.13 LeeRoy Bodecker, Mowing ................1275.00 Raelene Borcherding, Elect Wrkr ....... 185.00 Brenda Boyington, Mileage ..................213.69 Sharon Brandt, Elect Wrkr .................. 226.72 Linda Brass, Elect Wrkr ...................... 215.04 Paulette Bridges, Elect Wrkr................ 213.00 Peggy Eaton Burgess, Elect Wrkr ...... 185.00 Nora Burkgren, Elect Wrkr.................. 199.50 Ella Butler, Elect Wrkr ......................... 194.25 Calhoun Burns & Assoc, Prof Srv ......2644.70 Cathy Carlson, Elect Wrkr .................. 219.48 Cenex Fleetcard, Fuel ........................ 482.80 Central IA Detention, JV Detention .........84.74 CenturyLink, Phone Srv.......................858.32 Cerro Gordo Co Sheriff, Srvs .................21.00 Joylyn Chapple, Elect Wrkr ....................22.50 Ashley Claussen, Mileage .................... 66.30 Elaine R Clemens, Reimb ..................... 64.00 Comm Resource Ctr, Rent ................. 534.00 Conney Safety, Sup .............................191.60 Consolidated Energy, Fuel ............. 14744.38 County Case Mgmt, Care/Keep............517.00 Creative Solutions, Srvs .........................50.00 Crescent Electric, Rep/Parts ................ 89.40 Cretex Concrete, Pipe ........................ 511.40 Cunningham-Reis Company, Srvs ................. .........................................................22518.55 D&L Sanitation, Garbage ......................107.00 Dakota Medical Solutions, Med Sup.....307.50 Dorothy DeSloover, Elect Wrkr ........... 190.00 Donna Devereux, Elect Wrkr ..................10.00 Casey D Ditch, Mileage .......................150.45 Dollar General, Sup ............................... 14.00 Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Truck Sales, Rep/Parts..............702.02 Dumont Implement, Rep/Parts .............684.96 Dumont Telephone, Phone Srv.............872.74 Duncan Heights, Care/Keep .............. 2087.80 E & E Repair, Rep/Parts ........................ 34.42 Corey A Eberling, Comm/Mlg .............. 364.38 Eichmeier Motor Co, Rep/Parts ............447.35 Electronic Engineering, GPS/Rep ........209.95 Mary Jane Etnier, Elect Wrkr ............... 221.22 Ida Fahrmann, Elect Wrkr.................... 200.20 Kristin Fairbanks, Elect Wrkr .................45.50 Farmers Co-Operative Co, Fuel ............40.00 Fastenal Co, Rep/Parts .......................149.01 Bonnie Fielding, Elect Wrkr ................ 190.00 Beth Fink, Elect Wrkr .............................22.50 Franklin Co Lumber, Sup ....................... 17.98 Franklin Co Sheriff, Srv Fees ............. 432.00 Franklin General Hospital, Phones/Rent ........ ...........................................................1830.40 G & K Services, Srvs ..............................51.20 Michelle Giddings, Reimb ..................... 54.97 Nellie Ann Gleason, Elect Wrkr ........... 230.10 Gleisner Automotive, Rep/Parts ..........211.99 Global Hydraulics & Supply, Parts ......... 18.00 GovConnection, Data Proc ..................365.74 Steve Graeser, Tools ...........................699.99

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COMMUNITY NOTES PUBLIC NOTICE City Ordinance No. 350 ORDINANCE NO. 350 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 149 PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY WELLHEAD PROTECTION REGULATIONS OF THE HAMPTON MUNICIPAL CODE TO AMEND TIME-RELATED CAPTURE ZONES AND PERMITTED USES. BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HAMPTON, IOWA: Section 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Ordinance is to amend the Wellhead Protection Zones and Permitted Uses of Chapter 149 Hampton Municipal Code of Ordinances. Section 2. Amendment to Chapter 149.03 0DSVRI=RQHVRI,QĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH Chapter 149.03(3) is hereby amended to read as follows: â&#x20AC;&#x153;3.Wellhead Protection Zones. The zones of protection indicated on the Zones of Protection Maps are as follows: A. Primary Protection Zone. The area within the two (2) year time-related capture zone of any well supplying potable water to the City water system. B. Secondary Protection Zone. The area withLQ WKH ÂżYH   \HDU WLPHUHODWHG FDSWXUH ]RQH excluding the Primary Protection Zone, of any well supplying potable water to the City water system. C. Zone of Sensitivity. The area within the ten (10) year time-related capture zone, excluding the Primary and Secondary Protection Zones, from any well supplying potable water to the City water system.â&#x20AC;? Section 3. Amendment to Chapter 149.04 Restrictions within the Primary Protection Zone. Chapter 149.04 (1) is amended to add the following subsections: F. Sewer-residential and commercial. G. Above ground storage tanks when in compliance with State Fire Marshalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regulations. H. Field cropping activities. Section 4. Severability Clause. If any provision or part of this Ordinance be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the Ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part hereof not adjudged invalid or unconstitutional. Section 5. When Effective: 7KLV2UGLQDQFHVKDOOEHLQHIIHFWDIWHULWVÂżQDO passage, approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HAMPTON, IOWA, ON THIS 12TH DAY OF JUNE, 2014. Brook Boehmler, Mayor ATTEST: Ronald Dunt, City Manager ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on June 18, 2014. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Meeting NOTICE OF MEETING OF the City of Hampton, IOWA ON THE MATTER OF THE PROPOSED AUTHORIZATION OF A LOAN AND DISBURSEMENT AGREEMENT AND THE ISSUANCE OF NOT TO EXCEED $6,500,000 SEWER REVENUE CAPITAL LOAN NOTES, AND THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE AUTHORIZATION AND ISSUANCE THEREOF PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Hampton, Iowa, will hold a public hearing on the 26th day of June, 2014, at 6:00 oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;clock P.M., in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 122 - 1st Avenue NW, Hampton, Iowa, at which meeting the City Council proposes to take additional action for the authorization of a Loan and Disbursement Agreement by and between the City and the Iowa Finance Authority, and the issuance to the Iowa Finance Authority of not to exceed $6,500,000 Sewer Revenue Capital Loan Notes to evidence the obligations of the City under said Loan and Disbursement Agreement, in order to provide funds to pay the costs of acquisition, construction, reconstruction, extending, remodeling, improving, repairing and equipping all or part of the Municipal Sewer System, including those costs associated with the acquisition, construction and equipping of a new wastewater treatment plant and the refunding of the Sewer Revenue Capital Loan Notes Anticipation Project Note, Series 2010, dated October 27, 2010 issued in respect of such costs, and a Clean Water SRF Water Restoration Sponsored Project, consisting of watershed improvements in the Squaw Creek and Spring Creek Watersheds in the City of Hampton and Franklin County. The Notes will not constitute general obligations or be payable in any manner by taxation, but will be payable from and secured by the net revenues of the Municipal Sewer System. At the above meeting the City Council shall receive oral or written objections from any resident or property owner of the City to the above action. After all objections have been received and considered, the City Council will at this meeting or at any adjournment thereof, take additional action for the authorization of said Loan and Disbursement Agreement and the issuance of Notes or will abandon the proposal to issue the Notes. This Notice is given by order of the City Council of the City of Hampton, Iowa, as provided by Sections 384.24A and 384.83, as amended. Dated this 12th day of June, 2014. City Clerk ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on June 18, 2014. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Levy and Sale PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LEVY AND SALE STATE OF IOWA IOWA DISTRICT COURT COURT CASE EQCV501112 FRANKLIN COUNTY SPECIAL EXECUTION WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. , Plaintiff vs. WILLIAM EUGENE KNIPFEL AS EXECUTOR OF THE RUSSELL KNIPFEL ESTATE, WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL IOWA 3, INC., TODD KNIPFEL, TAMMY HALVERSON, STACY PIKE, IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, AND PARTIES IN POSSESSION AND All Unknown claimants, and all Persons Unknown Claiming any Right, Title or Interest in and to the following described real estate situated in Franklin County, Iowa, to wit: The West 58.085 feet of Lot 8, Block 6, Original Town of Hampton, Franklin County, Iowa, AND ALL KNOWN AND UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS AND ALL PERSONS KNOWN OR UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST AND ALL OF THEIR HEIRS, SPOUSES, ASSIGNS, GRANTEES, LEGATEES, DEVISEES AND ALL OF THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS, Defendants As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendantsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Real Estate to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is described below: The West 58.085 feet of Lot 8, Block 6, Original Town of Hampton, Franklin County, Iowa Local Address: 220 3rd Avenue NW, Hampton, Iowa The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale: 8-6-14 Time of Sale: 10:00 a.m. 3ODFHRI6DOH)URQWGRRURI6KHULIIÂśVRIÂżFHLQ Hampton, Iowa Redemption: None Judgment Amount: $31,479.70 Costs: $1,842.54 Accruing Costs: PLUS Interest: 7.50% from 1-17-14 = $1,306.62 + $3,638.53 = $4,945.15 Attorney: Brian G Sayer 925 East 4th Street Waterloo, IA 50703 319/234-2530 Date: May 12, 2014 Sheriff Larry Richtsmeier Franklin County, Iowa Deputy: /s/Cheryl Crandall ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on June 18 and 25, 2014. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Equity Notice THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY Case NO. EQCV500828 Original Notice FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. BRIAN A. NELSON, ELISA NELSON, HAMPTON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, AGVANTAGE FS, INC., LATIMER AUCTION F/D/B/A JOHNSON AUCTION, KURT WOLF, R & S SERVICE, MULFORD CONCRETE, MORTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S INC., LOUIS WIENER, HARDIN COUNTY TIRE & SERVICE INC., IOWA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, STATE OF IOWA, CITY OF HAMPTON, PARTIES IN POSSESSION, HOMEWARD, INC., JULIE HEITLAND, AND HAMPTON HEATING, Defendants. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHUHLVQRZRQÂżOH LQWKH2IÂżFHRIWKH&OHUNRIWKHDERYH&RXUWD Petition, in the above-entitled action which prays for judgment in rem and in the principal amount of $99,549.93 plus interest to 09/02/2011 in the amount of $6,303.45, and thereafter at the rate of 6.875% per annum, such amount equaling $18.76 per day, the costs of the action including report of title costs $250.00, pro rata MIP/PMI of $65.01, escrow balance of $1,456.57, other fees of $218.15, late charges of $68.64, and reasonable attorney fees and that said sums be declared a lien upon the following-described premises at 1810 Eagle Ave., Latimer, Franklin County, Iowa, to-wit: THE SOUTH FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY-ONE AND FOUR-TENTHS FEET (461.4) FEET OF THE EAST NINE HUNDRED THREE AND TWO-TENTHS FEET (903.2) FEET OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE1/4) OF SECTION THREE (3), TOWNSHIP NINETYTWO (92) NORTH, RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22) WEST OF THE 5TH P.M.; that the mortgage on the above-described real estate be foreclosed; that a special execution issue for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment; and for other relief as the Court may deem just and equitable. The attorney for WKH 3ODLQWLII LV %ULDQ * 6D\HU RI WKH ODZ ÂżUP of Klatt, Odekirk, Augustine, Sayer, Treinen & Rastede, P.C., whose address is 531 Commercial Street, Suite 250; P.O. Box 2675, Waterloo, IA 50704-2675, telephone (319) 232-3304, facsimile (319) 232-3639. NOTICE 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 YOUR 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. IF YOU DO NOT FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE AND IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT WILL NOT BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU. IF YOU DO FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU IF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY ARE INSUFFICIENT TO SATISFY THE AMOUNT OF THE MORTGAGED DEBT AND COSTS. IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING, THEN A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU WHETHER OR NOT YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE. <RXDUHIXUWKHUQRWLÂżHGWKDWXQOHVV\RXVHUYH DQGZLWKLQDUHDVRQDEOHWLPHWKHUHDIWHUÂżOHD motion or answer on or before July 22, 2014 in the Iowa District Court for Franklin County, Iowa, at the Courthouse in Hampton, Iowa, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. If you need assistance to participate in court due to a disability, call the disability coordinator at 641-421-0990. Persons who are hearing or speech impaired may call Relay Iowa TTY (1800-735-2942). Disability coordinators cannot provide legal advice. Clerk of Court Franklin County Courthouse Hampton, Iowa IMPORTANT: YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on June 18 and 25 and July 2, 2014. ____________________________________

Hampton Rotary Hampton Rotary Club meets Wednesdays at 12:05 p.m. at Godfather¡s Pizza. June assignments: John Currier, invocation; Ryan Harvey, Ă&#x20AC;ne master; Ron Raney and Diane Weldin, program. Hampton Kiwanis Hampton Kiwanis Club meets Tuesday, June 24 at Godfather¡s Pizza. LeAnn Strother, program; Jay Hickman, invocation/pledge; Mark Whipple, greeter; Eric Christianson, good news. Hampton Lions Hampton Lions Club meets Thursday, June 25 at Godfather¡s Pizza. Program is installation of ofĂ&#x20AC;cers. TOPS #272 TOPS #272 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Monday, with weigh-in at 5 p.m. and the meeting at 6 p.m. Anyone interested can visit a meeting. For information, call Mary Gregory at 641-456-2304. The meeting is at the Alcoholism Service Center at 504 2nd Ave. SE, Hampton. Hampton Jaycees Hampton Jaycees meets Ă&#x20AC;rst Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at Godfather¡s Pizza in Hampton. AA, Al Anon â&#x20AC;˘ Bradford AA and Al Anon meets Sundays starting at 7 p.m. at the Bradford Methodist Church. â&#x20AC;˘ AA, Old-Timers Group and Al Anon, Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Franklin County Alcoholism Service Center. â&#x20AC;˘ AA Wednesdays, 8 p.m., at the FCASC in Hampton. Latimer Community Club â&#x20AC;˘ Open meetings of the Latimer Community Club are held the 1st Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Latimer Golf Course. Franklin County Tea Party Movement The Franklin County Tea Party Movement meets 6:30 p.m., second Wednesday of each month in the Godfather¡s Pizza meeting room in Hampton. Share your meeting Email time, date and place of your non-church group meeting to neighbors@iowaconnect.com for inclusion here. Meetings run the prior week unless otherwise requested. (Church activities go on the Religion page.)

ALEXANDER NEWS Roger and Karen Wenzel will be hosting a coffee to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in the First Reformed Church fellowship room, Sunday, June 22, after worship services.

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Reader of the Week at the Hampton Public Library is Dania Larios, age 8, and just Ă&#x20AC;nished the third grade. Dania is the daughter of Rosa and Othaniel Larios, and her favorite books are the Berenstain Bear books by Jan and Stan Berenstain. Library Fun Fact: All across the United States libraries are super busy right now. Fizz, Boom, Read! â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the national summer reading program â&#x20AC;&#x201C; is under way. But it is still not too late to register. If your children haven¡t signed up yet you need to do so right away. Joining the Summer Reading Program helps your children to avoid the summer slide. The summer slide happens when children go all summer without reading books! Parents, you are the teachers over the summer and reading with your children is the best gift you can give them. Please take the time!

Friday night was the last time until Aug. 13, 2049, that a full moon will occur on Friday the 13th. It was a picture-perfect night to enjoy the moonlight. This picture was taken near Springerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pond in Hampton just after 9 p.m. RYAN HARVEY/HAMPTON CHRONICLE

Hampton-Dumont honor roll The following Hampton-Dumont High School students have earned a 3.000 (B) average or higher for the second semester for the 2013-14 school year. Freshmen: William S. Alert, Taylor J. Baltes, Carlee A. Bertram, Kiara A. Donaldson, Tanya M. Gomez, Callie C. Grover, Johnny Guerrero, Andrea E. Hernandez, Zachary Jorges, Justin M. Kent, Mikyla Z. Marquard, Tyler B. Mask, Cassidy K. Miller, Molly K. Nee, Makayla J. Newman, Brady L. Ringleb, Izabela V. Siems, Morgan C. Sietsema, Gabrielle G. Tjelke, Kristen F. Toledo, and Samuel T. Wragge Sophomores: Cody J. Anderson, Katelyn G. Baltes, Carter C. Barkema, Coleton J. Barz, Brooke A. Benning, Shaylin M. Beyer, Grace Bollhagen, Paige Brinkman, Rebecca L. Buchanan, Emily E. Casey, Evelyn Casner-Cox, Logan J. Chipp, Rebekah Christiansen, Spencer J. Clark, Chase A. Collins, Trevor L. Craig, Lauren C. Dirksen, Shawn E. Franken, Miles A. Fristo, Dayton M. Gooder, Ashlyn J.

Green graduates from Luther

Hansen, Corbin S. Jobe, Derek D. Juhl, Joshua L. Knipfel, Evan J. Koenen, John A. Krull, Abby L. McKee, Caitlin A. Meader, Morrigan L. Miller, Payton J. Miller, Makayla M. Montes, Charlie A. Myers, Isaiah K. Noelck, Alissa M. O¡Dell, Jordan N. Prantner, Josiah K. Ragdale, Ed Reichenbacher, Joseph A. Schall, Macy Scheideman, Jasmen T. Sosa, Jessica L. Speake, Ciara M. Spradlin, Caleigh R. Sutter, Dakota M. Torgerson, Benjamin R. VanHorn, Jasmine J. Vela, Monica C. Vondra, and Mallory M. Wohlford. Juniors: Drew M. Abbas, Maria C. Abbas, Isabell M. Akers, Alexandra Baltes, Thomas J. Baltes, Brittany Bolerjack, Jenna Borcherding, Bo M. Brass, Gabrielle K. Brown, Alicia S. Calles, Aubrey M. Card, Jordan A. Casey, Parker A. Claypool, Bailey C. Condon, Jesus Del Valle, Joseph A. DeVries, Caitlin Dombrowski, Trevor A. Eiklenborg, Charles R. Flickinger, Morgan Henrichs, Morgan J. Kalkwarf, Mitchell J. Lettow, Madison M. Mason, Cole L. Miller, Hayley M. Miller, Kathryn E. Moritz, Kyle O¡Brien, Mario

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Pena, Crystal R. Peterson, Brooklyn F. Plagge, Lucas E. Riffo, Chase R. Skarpness, Kendrick N. Suntken, Mercedez A. Swart, Christian W. Vallery, Tanner S. Van Dyke, Nicolas J. Vetter, Zach Waddingham, Sayler M. Wearda, Brandon Westendorf, Kennedy Wohlford, and Miranda J. Woltjer. Seniors: Jack E. Artley, Omar Blanco, Peter C. Bollhagen, Katie K. Brolsma, Blake T. Brown, Kollin J. Bruns, Elvir G. Cavazos, Carolina Diosdado, Douglas Folbrecht, Christen A. Foster, Taylor J. Gardner, Jennifer A. Genz, Stephanie Graveman, Kierra J. Green, Michaela L. Henrichs, Laura J. Howard, Tylor D. Jondal, Kaleb Kelch, Kyle M. Kent, Bailey J. Kregel, Brenna G. Menning, Aaron C. Meyer, Kelly J. Nee, Dustin V. Odem, Reann E. Orr, Selina Palacios, Hannah L. Peterson, Austin M. Poock, Annaka Rgsdale, Selena M. Ramirez, Whitney J. Ringleb, Lindsay A. Schwab, Triston J. Shirk, Alexis A. Sorenson, Allen T. Teggatz, Paige K. Wragge, and Victoria L. Wreghitt.

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Hawkeye announces spring graduates The following are local Hawkeye Community College spring semester graduates, listed with their programs of study. Dumont: Alexander Brown, AA, Liberal Arts. Geneva: Kylie Murphy, AA, Liberal Arts; and Jace Simpson, AA, Liberal Arts. Hampton: Jenna Slocum, AA, Liberal Arts. Rockwell: Brock Logan, AAS, Automotive Electronics Technology and Automotive Technology.

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Positions offer outstanding wages & fringe benefits. Please stop by and pick up an application, apply on-line at www.iowaspecialtyhospital.com or contact the Human Resources Department at 515-602-9801 to receive an application by mail. All positions are subject to criminal/dependent adult abuse background checks, pre-employment physical and drug testing.

NEWSPAPER/SHOPPER DELIVERY DRIVER/INSERTER WANTED BY MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING CORPORATION. This job involves delivering newspapers, shoppers and reports to post offices and newspaper offices; leaving office supplies or deliveries at newspaper offices; making stops at newsstand drops; and collecting inserts and communications from offices and stores to return to Hampton. You must be able to lift boxes or bundles up to 50 pounds. You must be at least 18 years of age. You must have a clean driving record - minimally no more than one moving violation in the past two years.

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This job involves driving a cargo van. Driver to work from 7 a.m. on Tuesday, will leave Hampton and deliver to Ventura, Garner, Britt, Buffalo Center and then to Belmond before returning to Hampton. Would return around 4 p.m.

Scenic Living Communities Scenic Living Communities is looking for an energetic, outgoing detail-oriented person to fill the position of full-time Maintenance Supervisor. The ideal candidate must: â&#x20AC;˘ Be able to effectively supervise daily operations, special projects, and oversee preventative maintenance plan. â&#x20AC;˘ Have strong leadership, communication and management skills for effective super-vision of staff and working with others. â&#x20AC;˘ Be knowledgeable of safety programs including, fire regulation and emergency operations. Background in health care maintenance helpful. â&#x20AC;˘ Have working knowledge of electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems, and building code requirements. Submit applications or resumes to Charlotte Lemke, Human Resources 1409 N. Fremont, Iowa Falls, IA 50126.

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This full-time position is responsible for the daily care of all animals at the worksite. Each technician is a vital member of a team of 10-12 people all dedicated to providing excellent animal care.

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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT: Full-time night position in Clarion. This position is 7:00 p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:30 a.m. (36 hours per week). Position requires working every third weekend and holiday rotation. Experience preferred. Will be required to work at all Iowa Specialty Hospital locations as needed. Application Deadline: June 30th.

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Are you looking for a great supportive team to work with? Franklin General Hospital may be the place you are looking for. Our goal as health professionals is to ensure a positive environment for our community.

MT or MLT: Part-time, (2 positions), day hours in our Laboratory Department. These two positions include Saturday morning shift and includes call with evening, night, weekend and holiday rotation. Must have graduated from a 4 year MT or 2 year MLT accredited program. Clinic RN/LPN: Franklin Medical Center is seeking a licensed RN/LPN. This position will be FT in the Hampton Clinic. This position will float between two providers. The primary responsibilities will be returning phone calls, rooming patients, verifying prior authorizations, entering data into the IRIS program and other nursing duties as needed. Health Navigator: Full-time, mainly day hours, limited as needed evenings or Saturdays.

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Franklin General Hospital offers an excellent benefit package including IPERS, Health and Dental Insurance, Paid Time Off, Life Insurance, flexible spending accounts and a FREE single membership to the Franklin Wellness Center. If interested, fill out an application at the hospital or print an application online at www.franklingeneral.com and send it to:

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20 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 2014

FROM YOUR NEIGHBORS

SECTION A • HAMPTON CHRONICLE

ANNIVERSARIES

Kroon 65th anniversary Bill Kroon and Marge Baker were married at Central Reformed Church, Sioux Center, on June 16, 1949. The couple will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Saturday, June 21, from 2-4 p.m. at the Hampton Senior Center, 23 1st St. SW, hosted by their children, Dale and Linda, and spouses. The couple·s address is 122 Windsor Blvd., Hampton, Iowa.

Birdsell 50th

Gerry was preparing for a dream trip to Ireland when his local doctor and a visiting cardiologist from the Mercy Heart and Vascular Institute warned him he would never survive the plane ride. He postponed his trip and had his heart valve replaced at Mercy Medical Center - North Iowa. Now he rides his bike, kayaks, and has made that dream trip to Ireland, complete with walking tours.

Jeff and JoAnn Birdsell will celebrate 50 years on June 20. Their kids are Scott Birdsell, of Humboldt, Julie and Rick Schall, of Hampton; and Tom and Jessica Birdsell, of Hampton. The grandchildren are: Christian, Olivia, Addison, and Cade Birdsell, Nicole Haley, and Joseph Schall, and Tommy and Natalie Birdsell. They will honor the event with a family celebration. Cards may be sent to 121 18th Ave. NE, Hampton, Iowa 50441.

Jensen 50th Dr. William (Bill) and Linda (Hansen) Jensen celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, June 6, 2014. They recently returned from a threeweek anniversary trip to Turkey and Italy, and will celebrate the joyous occasion with their family during a trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic later this month. Bill and Linda are high school sweethearts from Hampton, Iowa, and were married June 6, 1964, at St. John·s Lutheran Church in Hampton soon after Bill·s graduation from the University of Iowa. The couple has lived in Ann Arbor, MI, during Bill·s doctorate; Rome, Italy, where Bill studied as a Fullbright scholar; and Columbus, OH, before making Waco, TX, their home in 1976. Bill is retired from Baylor University where he is a professor emeritus of Art History. Linda is retired from CertainTeed / Saint Gobain, where she served as safety and HR manager. The couple are avid Baylor Bear fans and have enjoyed attending games, as well as post season events. The couple have three children, Tara Jensen and her friend, Jefferson Jackson, of Hewitt, Texas; Eden Radcliffe and her husband, Kris, of Waco, Texas; and Libby Cain and her husband, Lance, of Waco, Texas; three grandchildren - Tori, Courtney, and Mason; 14 animal grandchildren; and numerous friends and family both in Texas and Iowa.

BIRTHDAY Deam’s 85th Dorothy Deam will be turning 85 on June 21st. Her children would like to honor her with a card shower. Her address is : Dorothy Deam, 630 Briarstone Dr. S.W. #3, Mason City, IA 50401

NEW ARRIVAL

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Lola Ione Howe

Tuesdays on the Town

Andrew and Lori Howe, of Waukee, are the proud parents of a daughter, Lola Ione Howe, born April 5, 2014, at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines. Lola weighed 6 pounds 12 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Lola was welcomed home by four-year old twin sisters Reagen Frances and Riley Ann; and two-year old brother, Owen Dean. Grandparents are Denny and Jan Horner, of Hampton; Randy Howe, of Iowa City; and the late Frances Howe, formerly of Muscatine.

“In Our Lobby” 9 a.m. - ? Purchase up to $500 of $10,000 in Greater Franklin County Chamber Bucks at 10% discount. Hurry! Good until they are sold out!* 9 a.m. to Noon Enjoy Cookies & Coffee 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. OnSite Shred Truck Bring in your outdated personal or business documents to shred. The truck will be in our north parking lot for quick and easy disposal. 11:30 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. Meet & Greet Tuesdays on the Town’s Country Singing Artist Joanna Mosca. Come enjoy this special sneak performance!

“How hard can it be to tear into a

Bring in a non-perishable food item for the Franklin County Food Pantry and receive a free gift!

house project yourself, and then

“Tuesdays on the Town”

put it back together again?”

(All these events are held at the Band Shell Park) 5-6:30 p.m. A meal sponsored by First Bank Hampton We’ll be serving grilled hot dogs, chips, cookies & drink. Free with a donation of a non-perishable food item or cash for the Franklin County Food Pantry. 5:30-9: p.m.

Vendor’s Market

6 p.m.

Performing Country Artist: Joanna Mosca

8 p.m.

Municipal Bank Concert

Member FDIC

211 First Avenue N.W. Hampton, IA 50441 Phone: 641-456-4793 Website: firstbankhampton.com * Chamber bucks are available in $20 denominations and have an expiration date of 60 days from 6-24-14. Limit of $500.00 per household. Offer is good until the $10,000 in Chamber bucks are sold out. The Chamber bucks are good for merchandise & services purchased from any business which is a member of the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. For a list of participating businesses go to hamptoniowa.org. or call 456-5668.

Whether your project is a do-it-yourself or a

contracted job, we can help you get it done! Ask about our home improvement loan opƟons.

211 First Ave. N.W. Hampton, IA 50441 Phone: 641-456-4793 Member FDIC

Hampton Chronicle, June 18, 2014  
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