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Construction to begin on Jefferson Casino

Wild Rose Entertainment reported that construction will start immediately on the casino to be built near the intersection of Hwy 4 and Hwy 30 in Jefferson, as a result of the 3 to 2 vote by the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission on June 12. Construction is expected to last slightly over one-year resulting in an opening sometime in the summer of 2015. The community had voted in favor of the project by 75 percent to 25 percent majority. The favorable decision by the state commission is the first favorable

vote on a casino request since 2010 and authorizes a gambling license for Grow Greene County Gaming Corp., a nonprofit organization that is contracting with Wild Rose Entertainment, which also operates casinos in Emmetsburg and Clinton. Earlier this year, the commission had voted 3 to 2 to deny a casino request in Cedar Rapids, with saturation of casinos in eastern Iowa as a decisive factor in rejecting the request. That was also a factor for opponents of the casino in Jefferson. The casino in Jefferson a smaller

scale project ($40 million) than the project in Cedar Rapids would have been ($164 million). The casino resort in Jefferson will include restaurants, a conference center and a 71-room hotel. The casino itself will include 500 slot machines and 14 table games. Prairie Meadows Casino in Altoona lobbied against the Jefferson casino, warning that it would cut into its profit. Wild Rose officials estimates the company will hire 275 employees.

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Supervisors approve tax suspensions

By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Lori Erkenbrack , Calhoun County Treasurer, presented to the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors, a list of five properties where, due to financial hardship experienced by the owner, a request is made to suspend the property tax. All five properties had been approved the previous year and there are no new properties on the list. Erkenbrack explained that suspending the taxes does not eliminate them. Before property can be transferred to a new owner, the

back taxes must be paid. There is no interest or penalty charged on the suspended tax. The total one-year tax for the five properties is about $3,000. The property among the five with the highest value has an annual tax of $1,788 for the year. Erkenbrack does not anticipate any of the five properties being forfeited to the county because of inability to pay. That has happened in the past and the county does own abandoned properties. There was some discussion among the supervisors about strategies to dispose of abandoned property the

county now owns. The supervisors approved the suspension of taxes on the five properties for another year. *** The supervisors approved the lowest of six bids for patching work on D-46 west of Hwy. 4. The lowest bidder was Midwest Contractors, with a bid of $641,895. Ron Haden, Calhoun County Engineer, said that Midwest Contractor has done work for the county before. This project will be financed with Farm to Market funds.

Appreciated customers in Lake City Creatures at J.J. Hands

A presentation by the Blank Park Zoo on June 13 at the J.J. Hands Library in Lohrville featured various creatures including this fox snake. The theme of the summer reading program in libraries across the state this year is “Fizz, Boom, Read” with a focus on science. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

The crowd of people formed a winding line for a mult-course meal provided by Lake City businesses on Thursday on the square. The arm seen in the foreground is that of Big Daddy Addy who was inviting the crowd to smile for the camera. The Lake City Betterment Association’s annual Customer Appreciation was sponsored by Calhoun County Variety Store, Central School Preservation Inc., Hank’s Hardware, Harris Drug, Iowa Savings Bank, Lampe Funeral Home, Lake City Drive-In, Lake City Electric, Lake City Flowers, Lake City Veterinary, Mid-Iowa Insurance, Shady Oaks, Stewart Memorial Community Hospital, Sweet Things, Tracy Wetter State Farm, Towne Square Quilt Shoppe, TS Electric, United Bank of Iowa. More appreciation dinner photos are inside. (GraphicAdvocate photo by Ken Ross)

Sheriff relays security concerns of judge By Ken Ross Graphic-Advocate Editor Kurt Wilke, District Court Judge for the 2nd Judicial District, has sent letters to the sheriffs in his district, including Calhoun County Sheriff William Davis, about the need for a law enforcement officer’s presence all of the time that court is in session. Wilke referred to a request made in 2006 by Judge Jon Scoles, who wrote requesting that, “At a minimum…a uniformed sheriff’s deputy or security officer be present when the district court or district associate court holds court service day and when a magistrate has criminal appearances.” Wilke, in his recent letter, noted that most sheriff’s offices do not provide the suggested security requested eight years ago.

Festival Day; tennis court dedication

On Sunday, June 22 the Calhoun County Museum will hold its annual Festival Day with a meal starting at 11:30 a.m. The meal will be for a free will donation. The Museum will also be open for tours and games and activities will be held throughout the afternoon. One of the activities will be an antique tractor ride around town. The tennis courts which were on city property next to the Museum have been in bad condition for a number of years. The Rockwell City Rotary has had a project for the last two years to restore one of the tennis courts. The Museum purchased the other court and has converted it to bare ground to use for future expansion. The tennis court restoration is now done and the dedication will be held at 1 p.m. on the same Sunday. Two tennis racquets and tennis balls will be given away at the dedication. People can register for this drawing the day of the dedication.

Lions celebrate 75th Anniversary

The Rockwell City Lions will be holding a 75th Anniversary celebration on the square in Rockwell City on June 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. A meal will be provided free until they run out. An Elvis impersonator will sing from 6 to 7:30 p.m. (weather permitting). Participants are invited to bring lawn chairs.

Sheriff Davis discussed the matter with the Calhoun County Board of Supervisors at the June 10 meeting. “I agree with the judge 100 percent,” Davis said. “When you have the presence of a uniformed deputy or sheriff in the courtroom, that prevents a lot of stuff from happening.” He said the problem is that his office does not have sufficient staff to provide an officer every time court is in session. He said that what he would like to do is schedule an off-duty officer for regular court dates (an extended trial might still require overtime). This could be city, county or state law enforcement officers. One complication with using local county deputies outside of regularly scheduled work time, the county would have to pay overtime if the number of hours worked for the county exceeded 40. Using someone on a contract basis would not result

in the need to pay overtime if the person did not work over 40 hours specifically for the county. Davis said that he would likely need to pay at least $20 an hour for this work. The total cost for a year would be about $8,500. One source of potential funding for the courthouse security is from the security fund, which is built up through charges levied against incarcerated individuals. Davis reported there is $56,000 in this fund, although some of that will need to be used to reimburse Wright and Webster counties for security in the trial of Corey Trott on murder charges. Davis said that this fund might not be able to sustain a program of providing courthouse security indefinitely. The matter will be discussed further at a later date.

Demolition continues

The demolition project on the former school building in Lohrville continued last week. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

Depot landscaping

Member of Depot Restoration are seen here where rose bushes were recently planted around a railroad crossing sign at the site of the historic depot in Rockwell City. - Moreen Zuetlau, Peg Fitzgerald, Dan Fitzgerald and Carol Hupton.


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Tractor roll-over kills teen

Blood drive has huge impact Leah Caputo of LifeServ Blood Center referred to the blood drive in Rockwell City on June 11 at having a huge impact on the local blood supply. There were 32 donors and 39 pints were collected. There was one first time donor and there were seven milestone donors.                The next community blood drive in Rockwell City will be Thursday, Aug. 12 from 1:30 - 5:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.

June 18, 2014

On June 11 at 5:11 p.m. a single vehicle farm tractor roll-over that caused the death of Austin R. Gosch, 16, Audubon, was discovered on 390th Street, ½ mile east of N-47 in Calhoun County (approximately 3 miles southeast of Lake City), according to the Iowa State Patrol. The accident occurred sometime between 4:50 and 5:11 p.m. The accident reportedly occurred when a

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1970 John Deere 4020 farm tractor was being driven west on 390th St., the tractor drifted left and the left side tires entered the south ditch. The tractor then overturned in the south ditch, pinning Austin Gosch under the tractor. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The Lake City Fire Department and Stewart Memorial Ambulance Service responded to the scene to

extricate the victim from under the tractor. Doug’s Towing also assisted with this effort. They were assisted by the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office. Austin Gosch had just completed his sophomore year at Audubon High School. His complete obituary is on page 4 of this issue of the Graphic-Advocate.

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COMMENTARY

June 18, 2014

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Throwing more Americans on the pyre

Empty Nest By Curt Swarm

Vanilla Summer

Canada Geese and goslings along the Skunk River Can you believe the gnats and black flies this spring? I don’t know where they’re coming from, it hasn’t been that wet. Walking Buddy Boy has become an exercise in irritation. The people in cars think I’m waving at them. I got bit so bad, my cheek swelled up. A friend told me to dab on vanilla. I tried it. It works! And doesn’t stink like those sticky bug sprays. Mary tells me I smell like a chocolate-chip cookie, and Buddy Boy likes to lick my leg. This is supposed to be the year of the 17-year cicada. I don’t know where you’re from, but where I come from, we call’m locusts. What’s summer without the up-and-down, lazy-dazy buzz of locusts (sorta like the tinnitus in my ears), and hallow shells decorating tree bark and porch rails?—true Iowa jewelry. It’s also been a good (bad) year for those maple-seed whirligigs. I’ve never seen so many. My rain gutter has been stuffed full! I tenuously climbed the wobbly step ladder (Mary says I need Gutter Guard) several times to clean out the eave

troughs, dumping gooey piles of seedlings, like slop, on my lawn. I hope they don’t germinate! Eye yi yi. When I walk Buddy, I’ve seen actual puddles and rivers of those dang things in the streets. MOUNT PLEASANT INFESTED WITH MAPLE SEEDLINGS! Bugs, locusts, whirligigs—what’s next, a drought? Could be. This has been the first year my sump pump hasn’t run it’s head off. There is usually a period in the spring when the sump pump runs continuously— that ominous sound in the basement that I have to tell myself I want to hear, because if I don’t, it means trouble. The sump pump has hardly made a peep this spring. Good news or bad news? I took my weed-eater into the John Deere dealer to be repaired and came out with a new tractor. (They saw me coming.) I couldn’t pass up the deal—sale price, fantastic trade-in, interest-free loan. They were like giving it away. It has a front-end loader (for moving heavy sculptures), rear snow blade (for cleaning my neighbor’s and my

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driveway), and a 60-inch mower deck (for mowing the world). And, oh yes, auto-attach. My son said he was going to build an addition onto his house, so I added a backhoe. You can tell the age of the boys—you know the rest. Speaking of toys. I joined the 21st century. My son has been on me to get a better cellphone. I finally caved. “All right, already,” I told him (like swatting flies from my face), and walked into the cellphone store. They too saw me coming. I now have something called an Android. I looked it up in the dictionary. “Robot resembling a human being.” OMG! Terminator IV! At the cellphone store they told me I would have instant access to Facebook and Twitter. I told them I don’t do Facebook and Twitter. They looked at me like I was either a fossil or from outer space. It’s the same look. Whenever people question me as to why I’m not on Facebook, I pull out my standard response: “I write a weekly newspaper column that’s in 20 newspapers. How many are you in?” That shuts’m right up. Now here’s a novel idea: I read in a book where this lady, embarrassed by the small size of her flowerbed, set up a large mirror amongst the flowers to make the flowerbed look twice its size. So I did the same thing in my lonely flowerbed. Sure ‘nuff, it does make the flowerbed look bigger. The only problem: a poor little sparrow thought there was a foreign bird trespassing on its territory. The sparrow has, for days now, been battling it’s own image. Sort’ve human-like, don’t you think? I snapped this picture of Canada Geese near the Skunk River, along with their spring goslings. Thank you God for the great picture and the makings of another vanilla summer. Have a good story? Call or text Curt Swarm in Mt. Pleasant at 319217-0526, email him at curtswarm@ yahoo.com, or visit his website at www.empty-nest-words-photosand-frames.com. Curt also records his columns at www.lostlakeradio. com.

Although Americans are clearly fed up with fighting wars in the Middle East, the pundits and news show guests have been wringing their hands over the latest developments in the ongoing struggles between various factions in Iraq. The debate centers on what kind of an impact we should have on the historically war-plagued region. There seems to be little questioning of why we want to have any impact at all. We have sacrificed thousands of men and women during more than a decade of U.S. involvement in Iraq. We have created the most advanced military machine the world has ever seen, dwarfing any other military power in the world. We have put aside other potential objectives of a prosperous nation, such as universal access to preschool and college education; universal non-emergency room medical care and growth in prosperity for working Americans. Our attack against Al Qaeda in Afghanistan warrants more analysis than is provided here but the situation in Afghanistan did not warrant the prolonged American nation building effort. There were references made on recent news shows about the threats posed by the Iraqi insurgents, but the references were not accompanied by a clearly articulated vision of American objectives in Iraq. The initial justification of our combat mission in Iraq was that we would be welcomed as liberators, come in to destroy the weapons of mass destruction and have the whole operation financed primarily from the oil revenues available to whatever civil authority we established. After that fantasy collapsed, we still wanted our sacrifice to mean something. As with Vietnam, the death of our soldiers became a reason to pile more bodies on the pyre of a failed effort to effectively dominate the world by convincing illiterate peasants of the virtues of Jeffersonian democracy or killing enough of them to suppress the aspirations of a vastly different culture. Most politicians and commentators no longer think we have the will to do what is referred to as “put boots on the ground,” meaning returning soldiers to ground combat, but everything short of that is being promoted to prevent radical

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Islamists from seizing control of Iraq. The emotionally charged, but insufficiently supported concern is that the Islamists could provide not only a haven for terrorists but oil wealth to finance them. One comment was that terrorists will stop at nothing to get the U.S. out of the Middle East. I have no sympathy with the tactics of the terrorists but the goal of getting the U.S. out of the Middle East is a goal I also have. Why don’t we just get out and give them no reason to attack us? I understand that extremists are, by definition, not rational and their hatred of America will not simply evaporate at the start of a policy of non-intervention. However, the various extremist factions have more pressing concerns right now, namely each other. If the goal is to prevent infiltration and attacks on American soil by terrorists, that is not a mission best carried out with aircraft carriers and other military hardware designed for conventional warfare. Another American concern is to protect Israel from those who want to annihilate that nation. Again, the extremists have more pressing objectives and Israel is the most powerful military force in the Middle East other than the U.S. It appears that the Sunnis and the Shiites could become embroiled in a long struggle without our involvement. This might be similar to the Iran-Iraq war between 1980 and 1988. This time, it appears that the battleground will include Syria, Iran and Iraq. Moderating influences from Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the Kurdish portion of Iraq will likely be more effective at containing the conflict if we stay out of it. One Sunday news show interviewed two veterans of the war in Iraq, giving their perspectives about the possibility of sending ground troops back in. The larger

question of whether we should be involved at all was not addressed but the two veterans had clear and opposite views on the advisability of sending troops back in. The one who supported returning American forces to the conflict referred to our failure to finish the job in Vietnam, a conflict that cost about 50,000 American lives over a 10-year period. This seems to be a theme that recurs with increasing frequency, the idea that we did not finish the job in Vietnam. The U.S. had reached a near consensus in 1973 about getting out of Vietnam. The collapse of the government of South Vietnam two years later and the reunification of Vietnam as a communist government was no surprise and generated almost no debate at that time. The American public had not only lost its appetite for war but also for civil strife. The cruelty of the victors in Vietnam toward our former allies was seen as something we could do nothing about, nothing we should even consider doing anything about. After a few years, Vietnam became a fairly stable society. It remains one of four countries that still identify themselves as single-party communist states (China, Cuba, Laos and Vietnam). Currently it is as prosperous as most other third-world nations and not particularly oppressive toward its people, no more so than many of our allies. One lasting effect of losing the war is that we have no expensive military presence in Vietnam and don’t provide the country with foreign aid. It is hard to understand what kind of fantasy outcome is envisioned as resulting from “finishing the job” in Vietnam. I hope future foreign policy never results from simply wanting to appear strong to the rest of the world. That objective is not worth the life of even one more young American.

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Heidi Reynolds of Guymon, Oklahoma and Nathan Gruis of Mason City, IA announce their engagement.AUBURN Heidi is the daughter of Dan ZION LUTHERAN and Ranee Reynolds ofCHURCH Rockwell Craig Pastor of City, IA. SheS.isZandi, a 2009 graduate Zion: Southern Cal a.m. HighWorship School, Lake 10:30 City, IA and a 2013 graduate of Iowa State BARNUM University with a B.S. in Animal Science. Heidi isCALVARY a manager PRESBYTERIAN in Production with CHURCH Seaboard Foods. “The Prairie Church” Nathan is the son Ray and 2 ½ miles SW of of Barnum CherylJames Gruis Davis, of Sibley, IA. He Pastor 9:15 a.m.of Worship is aSundays: 2008 graduate SibleyOcheyedan High School, 2011 FARNHAMVILLE graduate of Iowa State University with a B.A. in Criminology and HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN Sociology, CHURCH and a 2012 graduate of theRev. IowaRobert Law Zellmer Enforcement Sundays:Nathan 8:30 a.m. Sunday Academy. is employed School/Adult Bible Classes; 9:30 by the Cerro Gordo County a.m. Worship Sherriff’s Office. FIRST UNITED CHURCH The couple will be Pastor married Kristina Thompson, Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship August 16, 2014 at the Pilgrim Lutheran Church. in Lake City, GLIDDEN IA. GRACE BAPTIST 329 E. 7th Street Glidden 712-659-3893 712-659-2304 Rev. R.E. Hamilton, Pastor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages; AUBURN 10:30 a.m. Morning service; 5:30 p.m. Praise & Prayer; 6 p.m.LUTHERAN Evening Service ZION CHURCH Craig S. Zandi, Pastor

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CONGREGATION Rev. Betty L. Weidert Wednesday, September 26: Gathering & Reach; 7 p.m. Bell Choir Thursday, September 27: 7 p.m. AA Meeting – Fellowship Hall Sunday, September 30: 10 a.m. Worship; 11 a.m. Coffee PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Craig S. Zandi Pastor Wednesday, September 26: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Thursday, September 27: 10:30 a.m. Pr. at Shady Oaks; 7 p.m. Choir Practice Saturday, September 29: 5:30 p.m. Worship/Communion Sunday, September 30: 8 a.m. Confirmation Classes; 9 a.m. Worship/Communion; 10 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Class ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. Lynn Bruch Masses: 5:30 p.m. Tues. and 8 a.m. Fri. 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. Sunday Confessions: Saturday 4:30 p.m.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Pastor Wayne Pfannkuch, Pr 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School @ Emanuel-St. John Lutheran POMEROY EVANGELICAL CONVENANT Rural Pomeroy Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday school; 10:15 Morning Worship ROCKWELL CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Communion & Worship Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Supper; 7 to 8 p.m. Youth Group 1st thru 12th grades

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WOODLAWN CHRISTIAN Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday School for all ages; 10:10 a.m. Worship; UNITED METHODIST 6-7:30 p.m. Sunday Night Bible Anita Bane, Pastor School Sundays: 9 a.m. Worship Tuesdays: 7 p.m. Seekers Bible Study KNIERIM Wednesday, October 3: 6:30 p.m. Christian Council meeting TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) LANESBORO Rev. Chadric Dietrich Sundays: 10:45 a.m. Worship Service

UNITED METHODIST LAKE CITY CHURCH Reverend Lexie Kirkpatrick FIRST BAPTIST Sundays: 8 a.m. Sunday school; 9 Patricia Connor, Pastor a.m. Church. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school Wednesdays: p.m. After School 10:30 4 a.m. Worship Special Kids; 6 p.m. Chimes. Thursdays: 9 a.m. Community UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sundays: 10:30Coffee. a.m. Worship; 11:30 a.m. Confirmation; 6:30 p.m. Bible Study

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Austin Ray Gosch, age 16, of Audubon, Iowa, and formerly of the Lanesboro – Glidden area passed away on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 due to injuries suffered in a farming accident. Born on November 21, 1997 in Des Moines, Iowa he was the son of Randall Gosch and Tabatha Kohnke. He grew up in several Iowa communities and most recently completed the 10th grade in Audubon. Austin was active in football, track, and wrestling. He was also very involved in the school music program. He enjoyed sports and spending time with his family and many, many good friends. Austin is survived by his parents Randy Gosch of Audubon, Iowa, and Tabatha Lindner her husband Robert Mahoney of Milford, Iowa; his stepfather Paul Linder of Albert City, Iowa; his siblings: Jessica Gosch, Nicholas Kavanaugh and Megan Orion Lindner, Cole Gosch, Kaleb Wharff of Cedar Falls are pleased to Lindner, Keaton Lindner, and Noah announce their engagement. Lindner; his grandparents Steve Parents of the couple are Dana and Jeanne Gosch of Lanesboro, Etzel and Dave Wharff of Urbandale Iowa, and Doug Stevens of Sibley, and Chris and Kris Kavanaugh of Iowa; his great grandmothers: Susan Lohrville. A Dec. 22 wedding in West Des Moines is planned. KavanaughPOMEROY is a 2008 graduate of Southern Cal High School and EVANGELICAL a 2011 graduate ofCONVENANT the University of Northern Rural IowaPomeroy with a bachelor’s Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday school; 10:15 degree in Morning Communication. He is Worship pursuing a master’s degree from

Gosch of Lanesboro, Iowa, and Kay O’Donnell of Des Moines, Iowa; his aunts and uncles: Tim and Rachael Ball of Omaha, Nebraska, Tracy Kohnke of Rockwell City, Iowa, Barry Kohnke and Jane Hansen of Carroll, Iowa, and Randy Kohnke theWaukee, University Northern Iowa of Iowa;of several great aunts in Student Affairs. He is employed and uncles, and his cousins. inAustin the University of Northern was preceded in deathIowa by Admissions Offi ce. his grandmother Lori Vega and his Wharff is a 2007 graduateand of great-grandparents: Raymond Urbandale High School and Esther Peter, Roger Gosch, anda 2011 graduate Donna Kohnke. of the University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Communication. She is pursuing a master’s degree Kathryn Lynn McGowan Owen, from the University of Northern DVM, of Windsor Heights, died on Iowa in Communication. She is May 28, 2014. employed as a Graduate Assistant Kathy was born in Iowa City, and in the University of Northern Iowa was the child of the late William and Communication Department. Marjorie McGowan. Kathy received her high school diploma from Rockwell City in 1974, her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State in 1980Show and her Masters in Lab the Variety this Sunday. We will furnish bars andof help set up Animal fromthe University Missouri tables. in Columbia in 1987.  Jeremy came toveterinary look over Kathy Schaefer practiced the electrical works and gave us a her bid medicine from 1980 until of what it will cost to update it. autoimmune disease forced her He to showed us several ways to do it and retire in the early 1990’s.  During we had to choose, so voted to have this time frame sheand held a variety his company come do the work. of positions, Veterinarian at the It will be sometime in October. Emergency Clinic in Des Every yearMedical we treat the County Moines, provided relief so work Supervisors to a dinner, we for all Des Moines veterinarians, Headthey of brought covered dishes and cameWildlife at noon and it was nice dinner the Clinic at aIowa State for them and us adjunct as well. professor at University and It’s State getting to the end our year Iowa University andof University being open. We’ve had a good of Missouri. Kathy’s veterinary attendance of people coming just career provided her the opportunity to go through and we have gotten to work on a variety of domestic and several projects done. We had a good wild She and worked with dogs, boardanimals. of workers we all seem to cats, horses, pigs, monkeys, alpacas, enjoy it. seaThe lions, ottersup and onlydolphins, thing thatriver is coming is   She loved raptors to name a few. the Variety Show, so hope you can being a veterinarian and maintained all come and enjoy that. want to make know after that herWe veterinary license we are a soCALHOUN COUNTY retirement she could work on her MUSEUM, not justcats. a Rockwell City and closes friend’s museum, so we would likeplaying people Kathy loved singing, from other towns to come and her flute and clarinet, raisingserve and on the board. showing her Cornish Rex cats and BIG THANKS to all who helped traveling. Overand thejust years, sit and work comeKathy and sang in female barbershop, choir at enjoyed the wonderful museum. Bethesda Lutheran Church in Ames, and more recently the church and Crossroads choirs at Faith Lutheran Church in Clive. She played with the Rockwell City High School

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The Calhoun County Museum Association met at the museum on ROCKWELL CITY Sept. 18. There were nine members present. CHURCH OF CHRIST 9 Marlene a.m. SundayJohnson school Called President 10 a.m. Communion & Worship the meeting to order, the minutes were read and the treasurer’s report was EVANGELICAL explained. BotFREE were CHURCH accepted. Pastor Don Howard Old business: Uyntha Duncan has 817 S. 3rd. St. come several times to work on new For more information, call 297-5445 cards the 6:30 exhibits. Theyevening look 9 a.m.for Worship; p.m. Sunday very nice. JoAnne Worship; Maguire and Wednesday: Prayer Service – 6:30 p.m. Aileen Maguire have helped her. Jim Casey and crew have been LUTHERAN paintingIMMANUEL the windows, as you can see (Missouri Synod) when youRev. drive by. There are a LOT Chadric Dietrich of windows, asa.m. youWorship can see when Sundays: 8:45 Service; Sunday following 5 p.m. you driveSchool by, so it takesservice; a while. Worship Service first Sunday of every month The men have been working very hard getting the CATHOLIC Hammond Log ST. FRANCIS Cabin readyFr.toBrian moveDanner up here. It was a.m. Sunday and still Masses: is a lot 9:30 of work, so we thank Seethem. Parish Bulletin for weekday Mass all of schedule Bonnie DeBolt reported on the Flea Market. It did very well and made more than LUTHERAN they did last time. ST. PAUL She thanked all Jim her Mossman helpers for all Reverend Saturdays: p.m. their hard work5:30 and it Worship takes a LOT 9 a.m.thanks Worship; a.m. Sunday ofSundays: work. Big to10 her! School and thConfirmation Sun. Sept. 16 was the annual Served 1st & 3rd Sunday Al Communion Welsh Dance. We had a good attendance. There were about 90 UNITED who came and METHODIST they danced a lot, Anita Bane, Pastor always a fun time. Wednesday, June 18: 9 a.m. Ruth Circle; 2 New business: Dorothy Talbot has

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LOHRVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH ST. PAUL LUTHERAN (Disciples of Christ) Reverend Jim Mossman Cline, Pastor Wednesday,Phil September 26: 11 a.m. 95 5th Street, Lohrville M on W; 5:30-8:30 p.m. EPIC 712-465-5545 Thursday,9September 27: 11 a.m. M a.m. Sunday Worship W 10:15 a.m.on Fellowship/Coffee Friday, September MStudies on Wcall For information on local28: Bible Saturday, September 29: 5:30 Pastor Phil @ (H) 712-465-5545 (C) p.m. 712Worship 465-6009.

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Saturday of each month, Skit/ UNITED METHODIST Drama ServiceCHURCH Reverend Sue Thomas Wednesday, September 26: 6 p.m. Sundays: 9:30 a.m. Kids & Bells; 6:30 p.m.Sunday EPICSchool at UMC Adults; 10:30 a.m.30: Worship Sunday, September 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays: in Worship; 11:30Youth a.m. Group Confimeets rmation; Lanesboro UMC 6:30 p.m. Bible Study LYTTON ODEBOLT EMANUEL-ST. JOHN LUTHERAN TRINITY LUTHERAN Rev. Dr. Ronald Yarnell, Pastor Friday, June CHURCH 20: Vine Deadline for July Sunday, June 22: 9 a.m. Adult Tuesday, September 18: Bible 5:30 Class; p.m. 10 a.m. Worship; Sac City Zone LWML Fall Rally. 6 p.m. Contemporary Service

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Funeral services were held at 10:30 A.M. on Tuesday, June 17, Andy Renee BaileyChurch of Glid2014 at and Peace Lutheran in den became the proud parents Glidden with Rev. Sue Thomas of of their second baby girl, Emily Ruth, the Lanesboro United Methodist on Wednesday, September 12, 2012. Church She was in bornLanesboro at Stewartofficiating. Memorial Music for the service was Brad Community Hospital in Lake City Addison. Visitation the and weighed 7 lbs,was 1 ozheld andatwas Dahn Woodhouse 20.5" and long. She joins Funeral her big Home sister, in Glidden 5:00 –Grandparents 7:00 P.M. on Alissa Sue,from at home. are Mr. and Mrs. Romayne Monday evening. The casketBundt was of Glidden Mr. and Mrs. Loren moved to theand church at 8:30 A.M. on Bailey of where Kirsville, MO. resumed Tuesday visitation until the time of service. Casket bearers will be A.J. Rodriguez, Dylan Addison, Jared Ewoldt, Mitch O’Brien, Brandon Kramer, Matthew Pottroff, Andrew Malloy, and Lucas Smith Petersen. Honorary casket bearers will be Kenzie Addison, Hannah Streeter, Lily Streeter, People in the Lake area and can Abbie Streeter, TravisCity Wolf, be screened to reduce their risk of the Glidden and Audubon football having a stroke or bone fracture. St. teams and coaches. Burial will be Mary Church will host Life in the Catholic Lanesboro Cemetery. Funeral Line Screening on Oct. 8 The site arrangements are under the direction is located at 205 N. Lloyd Street in of the Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Lake City. Home in Glidden and online Four key may points condolences be every left at person www. needs to know: dahnandwoodhouse.com • Stroke is the third leading cause of death and a leading cause of permanent disability • 80% of stroke victims had no apparent warning signs prior to their stroke • Preventive ultrasound screenings can help you avoid a stroke • Screenings are fast, noninvasive, painless, affordable and convenient Screenings identify potential cardiovascular conditions such as blocked arteries and irregular heart rhythm, abdominal aortic aneurysms, and hardening of the arteries in the band, Iowa State bandpredictor and the legs, which is a pep strong Urbandale Community band.density Since of heart disease. A bone 1980, Kathy has shown her Cornish screening to assess osteoporosis risk Rex all and over the country is alsocats offered is appropriate for in boththe men American and women.Cat Fanciers Associate (ACFA) and Cat Fanciers To schedule an appointment, call Association (CFA).  Her 1-877-237-1287 or visit the beloved website Theo was the first cat to receive at www.lifelinescreening.com. PreACFA’s Legacy of Achievement.  registration is required. Kathy was married to Ronald Owen in 1980 and even though they divorced in 2006, they remained friends until Ron’s passing in 2008.  Kathy is survived by her sister, Karen Mulder; nephew, Mike Smith; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins in England, Australia and Las Vegas, NV and special friend, Sarah Walker.   She was preceded in Don’t Shell Out death by her parents and older sister, Lot Cash; Bonita,awho diedof in infancy. A Celebration of Life will be held Use the Classifieds. at Faith Lutheran Church in Clive, on Saturday, June 28 at 11 am.  Funeral arrangements are being made by Iles Funeral Home – Westover Chapel.  Online condolences can be left at www. IlesCares.com In lieu of flowers, please make Contact Brook Nelsen contributions to St Jude’s Hospital.

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Barbara Winkelman was among the guests of Joyce Winkelman at the John 15 Vineyard, rural Scranton, for a luncheon, visiting and afternoon of games on the 4th of June. It’s a pleasant place for a gathering of friends. Paul and Pat Schmitt attended the Schmitt Family Reunion Sunday June 8th at St. Mary’s Hall at Roseville. Rev. Phil Schmitt of Mt.

Vernon celebrated Mass at noon, followed by a potluck meal and the usual sharing of family notes and happenings since last year’s reunion. Paul’s sister, Helen Babcock of Sioux Rapids, met them in Humboldt and rode along. Anyone having an item for Adaza news may contact Pat Schmitt at 515-389-3737.

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My Thought for the Day is: Castles in the air are all right until you try to move into them. The Trivia Question for the week is: What town was named because an early resident, Mrs. James Baker had a fondness for a Scottish Song? On Tuesday The Helping Hands Club met in the City Park for their Annual Picnic. 5 members responded to Roll. They were Kathryn Myers, Judy Stern, Sheila Cline, Cheryl Vogal and Bette Knapp. Surprisingly even though only 5 people were there, there were no duplicates. The next year the club will meet every other month. On Tuesday the VFW Ladies had a night out. On June 23rd there will be a meeting and Social Hour at the J. J. Hands Library at 7:00 PM on the Patio.

Happy Birthday greetings go out to Brooke Nelson on the 14th and to Cy Hatfield on the 9th .Hope you had a good time on your birthday! Monday morning at the Wolfe Eye Clinic in Ft Dodge, Dorothy Siemann had the privilege of visiting with Dick Dale of the Laurence Welk Show. Dick and his wife live in Algona. We want to welcome Mrs. Anderson and her children to Lohrville They live in the house that was formally Jim and Kathryn Myers’ on highway 175. The answer to the Trivia Question is: Afton after the song “Flow Gently Sweet Afton. Until next week have a good one. Anyone having an item for Lohrville news may contact Bette Knapp at 712-465-3295.

It was a lovely wedding on Friday afternoon, June 6. People gathered at the gazebo next to the Calhoun County Courthouse in Rockwell City. The weather was perfect, and for Iowa that is really saying something. Weston Thompson escorted his daughter Kathy to her place in the gazebo, next to her husband-to-be, Bill. The vows were made and the music played. Congratulations to Bill and Kathy! Congratulations to Weston and Mary, too! Someone has decorated the Sunnyview dining room tables with buds from the tulip tree. Thank you! So in case we were wondering, the tulip tree in the courtyard must be in bloom. These are unique tulip flowers, a yellowish green with an orange stripe. It was good to see former Sunnyview resident Linda Campbell recently – she was here visiting for a few days. Have you have heard the saying: “Spring has sprung, the grass is riz, I wonder where the birdies is?” This saying has variations. Anyway, many birds live around here, and they may have a union contract that requires them to start singing about 4:00 a.m. We don’t know at what time the indoor aviary birds start singing. After our frigid winter, we wonder what the summer will be like. We can count on Iowa weather as a topic of conversation. The word now is “Ah, thank you,” to God for the trees with leaves unfurled, and for the rows of green plants we see

in the fields. The season has started for the Rockwell City farmer’s market. On Thursday afternoons you might find your way to the town square and check it out. It’s too early for much produce, but we heard that rhubarb was available. Since it is June, there is a song, “June is Bustin’ Out All Over” that may come to mind, and once it comes to mind it might get stuck there. That song was a hit from the Rogers & Hammerstein musical Carousel, which included other notable songs like “If I Loved You” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” There are other things that come to mind this time of year. How about outside window washing? Someone has done a whole lot of windows around the building – shiny! (Thank you, Sandy, for your efforts.) And how about attending those baseball and softball games? We heard that there was an event scheduled in Rockwell City in honor of Officer Jamie Buenting on June 21. And don’t forget Manson Greater Crater Days and Lake City Western Days on June 27, 28 and 29. Also, some of us may be getting ready for the Calhoun County Expo, scheduled for July 9 through 13. Thank you to Seth and Sandy for sharing this one. In which direction does a chicken swim? Cluck-wise! Hey, by the way Bud J., our website is www.sunnyviewil.com and the coffee is always on.

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On May 27th, a group of residents and team members embarked on a “Mystery Trip.” After a few hours of scenic twists and turns, the group arrived at Freedom Rock near Menlo, Iowa. Freedom Rock is a huge boulder (weighing over 60 ton!) painted by artist Ray “Bubba” Sorenson. Bubba painted the first rock mural in 1999 to thank the veterans. Each year since, he has painted a new mural to honor the veterans on Memorial Day.

Freedom Rock is no longer the only rock mural in Iowa. Each of Iowa’s 99 counties will receive their own Freedom Rock. Locally, the rock in Sac County has been placed and painted and the rocks for Calhoun and Carroll Counties are in place and waiting to be painted. What an interesting and unique way to honor the veterans and encourage tourism throughout the state! Wonder how many county rocks we could see in a day…

I would like to start off by thanking Jim VanScoy and Ed Simpson for putting on a great show to kick off our summer! If you have never seen the two preform you are missing quite a show! We had a great time listening to them sing and enjoying a few cocktails too. We also had a few “guest” singers. With some strong encouragement (the crowd chanting their names) Kelly Kraft, Jana McGuire and Dawn Williamson got up and sang their best rendition of “Sweet Caroline”. I am not sure if Neal Diamond would have enjoyed it but we sure did. Big thanks to the girls for giving it their all and the residents loved it! We got to make it outdoors to the gazebo. We had such nice weather on Wednesday. We had a full house and got a chance to talk about planting flowers. Thanks to Vicki Stumpf for telling us about her deer farm.

She let us ask all kinds of questions about how their operation works. We also got our dice game Tenzi out. Tenzi is a colored dice game you play with a group of people. Everyone has their own color of dice, 10 of them. On the count of 3 everyone rolls at the same time and the first person to get all 10 dice the same number wins. There are several ways to play this and we enjoy playing. We will be showing the movie “The Straight Story” on Saturday for our movie matinee. Thanks to Kris Pollman for loaning it to us. It is a movie about Iowa and starts off in the town of Laurens and moves to other towns throughout Iowa. We show movies every Saturday at 1:30, if you would like to join us! Stop in and see us and all the fun things we are doing! Jennifer Roberts~Activity Director

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Rockwell City Lions Club The Rockwell City Lions Club met at 6 p.m. on, June 9 at the Community Center. Roger Hepp showed a DVD regarding the Leader Dog Program. We organized our Relay for Life for Friday night and

discussed upcoming auctions. We had one new member in attendance and enjoyed a great supper. Our next meeting will be on June 23 at the Community Center.

SCC Events

Wednesday, June 18: Baseball & Softball @ SL St. Mary’s 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 20: Baseball & Softball vs. Alta-Aurelia @ Lytton 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 21: Softball @ East Sac County Tournament (Wall Lake) 9 a.m.; Baseball @ Guthrie Center Tournament noon Monday, June 23: Baseball & Softball vs. Sioux Central @ Petersen 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 24: Baseball vs. Webster City @ Lytton 5:30 p.m.; Softball vs. Eagle Grove @ Lytton 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 25: Baseball & Softball vs. Newell-Fonda @ 5:30 p.m.

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PAWS, AMVETS raise Honor Flight funds

Rockwell City PAWS (Patriotic American Women’s Society) with the help of Amvets Post No. 41 held their “fantastic” omelet breakfast on Sunday, June 1, raising over $2200 to support area Veterans participating in the Brushy Creek Honor Flight. Marlene Welander, County VA Director and Honor Flight Board member accepted the check. Those able to attend the presentation were (Front row/ L to R) Sandy Maulsby, Bonnie DeBolt, Marlene Welander, Jack DeBolt. (Back row/L to R) Rich Shinn (new VA Director), Sue Daisy, Virginia Legore, Joann and Ron Hendricks and Don Litwiller. Rockwell City has been a leader in Calhoun County of financial support for this worthwhile program for our Veterans. Many thanks go out to the community’s generous support. Fundraising must continue to insure that our Veterans are included in the upcoming September and future flights. Contributions of any amount can be sent to: BC Honor Flight % Calhoun County Commission of Veteran Affairs, P.O.Box 71, 515 Court Street,  Rockwell City,  Iowa  50579.


June 18, 2014

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A good crowd

The Lake City square was the place to be Thursday evening when the annual Lake City Customer Appreciation Dinner was provided by area businesses and organizations in appreciation of the support provided by area residents. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

Lake City Customer A great dessert Appreciation Meal Ice cream and toppings followed (or preceded, depending on what the consumer wanted) a multicourse Customer Appreciation Dinner Thursday in Lake City. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

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Participants in the Customer Appreciation Dinner in Lake City included customers of all ages. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

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Farmers are unique – particularly as there isn’t a distinct moment when they just walk out the workplace door to retirement as someone in a regular wage-earning job might do. Rather, farm families often need to think about how to transition the farm business to the next generation during lifetime, as well as having an estate plan in place. “Talking about transitions and estate planning is difficult for most people – and especially for farm families,” says Melissa O’Rourke, the Iowa State University Farm & Agribusiness Management Specialist in northwest Iowa. “And actual implementation of a transition plan can be even harder. “That’s why Iowa State University Extension offers an “Evaluating Your Estate Plan” workshop to answer transition and estate planning questions and help families prepare for the future. The one-day workshop will be held on June 24 at the Webster County Fairgrounds, East Auditorium, Fort Dodge. “Families and individuals should plan adequately to protect assets that they have built over a lifetime of hard work” according to O’Rourke, one of the speakers at the event. O’Rourke is an attorney experienced in agricultural law and estate planning. Kelvin Leibold, also an ISU Extension Farm & Agribusiness Management Specialist will be the other featured speaker at the workshop. Leibold joined

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Rockwell City Garden

Several plots have been planted at the Rockwell Community Garden on South Street during the project’s first year. More participation is expected in the future. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

Preparing the Freedom Rock

New sign at Green Acres

BLI Lighting Specialists of Des Moines recently installed at Green Acre Motel in Rockwell City after a truck knocked the old sign down.

More gravel was recently brought for the Freedom Rock at the courthouse square in Rockwell City. Painting of the rock, dedicated to service men and women and veterans, will take place in August. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

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Summer Lunch

Free lunch is being provided for all children of the SCC school district at the high school in Lake City, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in June only. (Graphic-Advocate photo by Ken Ross)

Calhoun County Expo Parade

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What is a Rain Garden? Rain Gardens are shallow areas landscaped with perennial flowers and native vegetation that soak up rainwater. They are located to capture runoff from surfaces such as roofs or streets. Runoff that travels to a rain garden is temporarily ponded – but does not stay for long. Capturing runoff in a rain garden allows water to infiltrate into the soil rather than run into storm drains. Why Install a Rain Garden? By installing rain gardens, homeowners can create landscapes that add beauty, wildlife habitat and interest to a yard while helping manage storm water more sustainably. Homeowners may be surprised to learn that hundreds of thousands of gallons of rain falls on an urban lot in a year. Storm water runoff increases flooding potential

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Friday, June 20: Calhoun County S.A.L.T. meeting will be held at the Rockwell City Congregate Meal site in Rockwell City (northwest corner of the square.) A Public Health nurse will be available starting at 11 a.m. to provide free blood pressure checks for anyone interested and the meeting/program will begin promptly at 11:15 a.m. All S.A.L.T. meetings are free of charge and open to any interested senior citizen. If you are interested in staying for the meal that Congregate Meal serves that day, you MUST CALL several days ahead of time and make a reservation-712-297-7401. The cost of the meal will be discussed at that time. For additional information call Sue Hammen at Calhoun County Public Health, 712-297-8323. Monday, June 23: LifeServe Community blood drive from 12:30-5:00 p.m. at the Lake City Community Building. Monday, June 23: Rockwell City Lions Club will meet at 6 p.m. at the Community Center in Rockwell City. Monday, June 30: Calhoun County Democrats meeting 6 p.m. Rockwell City Pizza Ranch. Contact Faith Blaskovich for details. Monday, July 14: Rockwell City

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On Wednesday, June 25 at 5 p.m., the staff of the Natural Resources Conservation Service and Calhoun County Soil and Water Conservation District will be constructing a Rain Garden at the Calhoun County Emergency Building at 220 E. High Street (old Hwy 20).

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Sports

June 18, 2014

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Titans softball team now 3-6 overall

By Doug Dornath South Central Calhoun’s varsity softball team had a trio of games on the diamond last week on the road and dropped all three contests. The Titans are now 3-6 overall this season as they were scheduled to play Laurens-Marathon (June 16) at Lytton, at Ogden (June 17), at Storm Lake St. Mary’s (June 18) and return home this Friday (June 20) to take on Alta-Aurelia in Lytton before heading to the East Sac County Tournament in Wall Lake Saturday, June 21. They are scheduled to face Kuemper Catholic and Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto at the ESC tournament. Next week, the Titans begin the week at Peterson Monday, June 23 against Sioux Central while they host Eagle Grove Tuesday, June 24 and Newell-Fonda Wednesday, June 25. Here a recap of the Titans varsity softball team in action in the past 10 days: OA-BCIG 14, SCC 2 (3 innings) The Titans traveled to Battle Creek Thursday, June 12, and fell by a 14-2 decision to the Falcons in three innings. SCC jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the top of the first as Maddie Brower and Haley Birks both reached base on

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hits and Sydnie Schultz had a two-RBI double to put the Titans on the board. Brower finished with two hits in two at bats, as did Haley Birks while Schultz was 1-for-1 as was Cali Miller. On the mound at Battle Creek, Sydnie Schultz pitched all three innings and allowed eight hits and a pair of walks to go with one strike out.

Titans varsity 13-0 in five innings at Manson Monday, June 9. Sydnie Schultz allowed five earned runs off of 11 hits and four walks while striking out two MNW batters on the mound. Natasha Klocke and Taylor Hepp both had a single each for the Titans offense.

ESC 13, SCC 1 (3 innings) The Titans took on Class 3A, No. 8 East Sac County at Wall Lake Wednesday, June 11, and fell 13-1 in three innings to the Raiders. At the plate, Maddie Brower and Shelby Kingery both had hits for the Titans. Brower scored the lone run and Kingery provided the offense with an RBI hit. Sydnie Schultz took the mound for the Titans against EC and allowed only four earned runs on 11 hits while striking out one batter.

SEW-Grand 9, SCC 2 The Titans traveled to Harcourt Friday, June 6 and lost to the Eagles by a 9-2 final. Haley Birks led the Titans offense with a 2-for-3 effort with a double, run scored and one stolen base against SEW-G. Ellie Rastetter, Allison Birks and Natasha Klocke all were 1-for-3 at the plate for SCC as Rastetter had two stolen bases and scored a run and Allison Birks had two RBIs with her hit. On the mound, Sydnie Schultz finished allowed five hits and nine walks to go with five strikeouts. Four of the nine runs scored were earned.

MNW 13, SCC 0 (5 innings) The Manson Northwest Webster Cougars defeated the

Sydnie Schultz of South Central Calhoun delivers a pitch in action against Pocahontas Area earlier this season. The Titans are scheduled to host Alta-Aurelia Friday, June 20, in Lytton for their next home game. (Photo by Doug Dornath)

Robot Festival challenges young engineers Local 4-H’ers were among some six teams of 4-12th grade youth who challenged their engineering and computer programming skills on Thursday, June 5, at the Pocahontas Expo Center. The “Western Iowa Robotics Mini-Challenge Festival” event is sponsored by the ISU Extension and Outreach 4-H Youth Development Program and the Northwest Iowa STEM Hub. The four hour technology contest reached 33 youth and volunteers from four different counties representing Calhoun, Pocahontas, Sac, and Buena Vista Counties. Laurens-based Positech Corp. Design Engineer, Kurt Olsen, and ISU Extension Engineer, Dr. Kris Kohl, answered advanced education and career questions concerning the over 22 different Engineering Disciplines that account for the top 10 highest paid majors. 4H members, Spencer Moon and Ashley Beagle, from Calhoun Local participants were Ashley County, were among participants in a Robot Festival. (Photo Beagle and Spencer Moon, and they courtesy of ISU Extension) were coached by Jill Mims, Calhoun Creative Solutions - Pocahontas State University Extension and County Extension and Outreach Intermediate Team 2 Outreach. “This is another example Youth Coordinator. Engineering Elegance - of ISU Extension and Outreach Awards were identified based on County 4-H Programs partnering scores gained through designing Pocahontas Intermediate Team 1 The Robotics mini-challenge with the Governor’s Scale-up STEM team robots to accomplish program missions and by designing a simple experience is designed to build skills grant to equip youth with the skills in engineering, science, technology they need to enter the 21st-century machine to meet a standard. The following teams were and math, said ISU Extension workplace.” 4-H Youth Field Specialist, Carol The western Iowa robotics event awarded: 1st place 4-H Engineers Award, Ehlers. Participants will add to basic is a part of an Iowa 4-H STEM robot design and write programs Science Technology Engineering Buena Vista #1 2nd place NXT Challenge, to accomplish tasks that are scored and Mathematics initiative. The based on completion, time on task, ISU Extension and Outreach 4-H Calhoun Junk Drawer Award - Pocahontas usefulness, originality and technical initiative is sponsored by local ISU merit. Extension County Councils, ISU Intermediate Team 1 “We know the importance of Program for Women in Science and Innovative Programming science and technology is growing,” Engineering, and ISU Engineering Pocahontas Senior Team Mechanical Innovations – Buena says Carol Ehlers, 4-H Youth College. Development Specialist, with Iowa Vista #2

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South Central Calhoun sophomore Taylor Hepp takes a swing at a pitch in action earlier this season for the Titans varsity softball team. (Photo by Doug Dornath)

Iowa 4-H Foundation awards scholarships

This year, the Iowa 4-H Foundation awarded 71 college scholarships valued at $65,750. Fifty-one of those scholarships were presented Sunday, June 8, at the Scheman Building on the campus of Iowa State University. The 51 scholarship recipients were 4-H’ers from across the state, with 31 counties represented. These Iowa 4-H individuals will be attending an accredited university, college, or community college in the fall of 2014. Taci Litenthal, Iowa 4-H Foundation’s Scholarship Coordinator, said, “It is our pleasure to help assist all our donors in making investments into Iowa’s youth and their higher education ambitions.” Brent Austin Sexton, son of Keith and Barb Sexton - $3,500 Mahr Family Veterinary Medicine

4-H Scholarship. “Success in 4-H gave me the confidence necessary to go outside my comfort zone to make new friends, as well as confidence to apply and interview for leadership positions in various organizations.” Brent has been excepted into the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University. He has been extremely active on the Iowa State University campus with leadership positions in a variety of groups, clubs and organizations. This past year, Brent was named ISU’s Greek Man of the Year. He has also participated in the study abroad program, experiencing living and working in seven countries on four continents during his undergraduate education. Brent’s future plans include utilizing his education in a large food animal veterinarian

practice. Abigail Nicole Collison, daughter of Timothy and Lori Collison $500 Harding-Roth Family 4-H Scholarship. Agriculture has been a key component in motivating Abigail to pursue her dreams. She will be attending Iowa State University majoring in Animal Science with the goal of studying Veterinary Medicine. Abigail has been active in 4-H and FFA as a livestock exhibitor as well as various community projects. She has also held leadership positions in both organizations and is a member of the National Honor Society at South Central Calhoun High School. “4H has taught me the value of commitment and has given me the opportunity to solidify what I am passionate about.”


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Titan baseball team now 5-5 on the diamond By Doug Dornath The South Central Calhoun varsity baseball team moved to 5-5 overall following a handful of games over the past 10 days on the diamond. The Titans most recently lost at Ida Grove to OA-BCIG by a 11-1 final in five innings Thursday, June 12. The Titans lone run came in the fourth inning as Conner Ludwig drove in Derrick Henkenius with an RBI double. Ludwid and Henkenius both finished 1-for-2 at the plate against the Falcons. Also reaching base in the contest were Cyle King and Tyler O’Tool as both Titans drew walks. On the mound, Jace Neubaum suffered the loss as he allowed 10 hits and four earned runs with one walk while striking out one batter. Teammate Keilund Steinborn finished out the contest as he entered with two outs in the third inning. He allowed one hit and one unearned run while walking South Central Calhoun’s A.J. Neubaum takes a swing in action for the Titans baseball team earlier this season. one batter. (Photo by Doug Dornath) ESC 10, SCC 1 The Titans took on rival East Sac County Wednesday, June 11, in Sac City and fell to the Raiders by a 10-1 final. The Titans committed four errors in the fifth inning, leading to six East Sac County runs. On the mound, Keilund Steinborn suffered the loss as he went 3-and-onethird innings and allowed two earned runs off of four hits and struck out three batters. Teammate John Curran pitched 1-and-two-thirds of an inning as he allowed one earned run on three hits and Cyle King pitched one inning as he allowed four earned runs on three hits and a walk to go with two strikeouts. At the plate, Curran was 1-for-3 at the plate while Derrick Henkenius drove in the lone run. Conner Ludwig was 1-for-3 for SCC while Tyler O’Tool finished 1-for-2 against the Raiders.

win for the Titans on the mound as he allowed three hits and four walks to go with two strikeouts in five innings of work. Cyle King pitched two innings as the starter, as he allowed three earned runs and two walks while striking out one batter. SCC 12, Woodward Academy 6 The Titans beat Woodward Academy at Woodward Friday, June 6, by a 12-6 final. Cyle King was 4-for-4 at the plate with three runs scored and five stolen bases while Derrick Henkenius was 3-for-5 with a triple, two RBIs and two stolen bases as well. Teammate Jace Neubaum was 2-for-4 with three runs scored, a triple, an RBI and two stolen bases while Colin Carlson also added two hits and drove in two RBIs while stealing one base. John Curran finished with three RBIs and three stolen bases with two runs scored in the win while Nick Robinson had an RBI double and A.J. Neubaum finished with a hit, a pair of walks and two runs scored. On the mound, Jace Neubaum was the winning pitcher with four hits allowed and four strikeouts as he allowed three unearned runs. Henkenius pitched two innings for SCC at Woodward as he allowed only one hits, a pair of walks and three runs. He struck out two batters as well. Upcoming contests for SCC baseball The Titans return to action Wednesday, June 18, as they will take on St. Mary’s at Storm Lake. SCC will be at home against Alta-Aurelia Friday, June 20. In action next week, SCC is at Peterson to take on Sioux Central Monday, June 23, while hosting Webster City Tuesday, June 24, while returning home the following night against Newell-Fonda Wednesday, June 25.

Against River Valley, the Titans finished with seven hits in the win led by John Curran with a 2-for-3 effort with two runs scored, two RBIs and two stolen bases. In addition, Derrick Henkenius was 1-for-2 with two runs scored and four stolen bases while Cyle King was 1-for-3 with a run scored and two RBIs. Jace Neubaum added two stolen bases, a run scored and an RBI against River Valley and A.J. Neubaum added a run scored, an RBI and a stolen base. Tyler O’Tool finished 1-for-2 at the plate with two runs scored, an RBI and two stolen bases against River Valley. On the mound, King was the winning pitcher as he allowed only three hits to River Valley and no earned runs while walking one batter. In the Titans win over MVAO, SCC had nine hits as a team as Jace Neubaum and Colin Carlson both were 2-for-3 at the plate. John Curran, had a double and a run scored while Cyle King drove in an RBI as did Nick Robinson. Derrick Henkenius finished 1-for-2 with two runs scored against MVAO and Conner Ludwig was 1-for-3 with one run scored and a stolen base. Keilund Steinborn picked up the SCC’s Cole Jacobs squares around for the bunt attempt in action for the Titans earlier this season. (Photo by Doug Dornath)

SCC 15, MNW 3 (5 innings) The Titans rolled to a 15-2 victory at Manson Monday, June 9, in five innings over Manson Northwest Webster. Jace Neubaum pitched all five innings to pick up with win as he allowed five hits and two earned runs to go with three strikeouts. At the plate, a number of Titans contributed offensively. Both Cyle King and John Curran had three RBIs in the while while Nick Robinson, A.J. Neubaum, Derrick Henkenius and Tyler O’Tool also had an RBI each for SCC. Robinson finished 2-for-2 at the plate with two runs scored and a walk while Colin Carlson was 2-for-4 with two runs scored. Titans win two at N-F Tourney The Titans won a pair of games at the Newell-Fonda Tournament Saturday, June 7, in Fonda to win the tournament. SCC defeated River Valley by a 13-2 decision in five innings while also defeating MVAO 6-5.

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Section B

The

Graphic - Advocate Wednesday

| June 18, 2014|Volume 125| Issue 25

Rockwell City Office 712-297-7544 • advocate@iowatelecom.net - Lake City Office 712-464-3188 • lcgraphic@iowatelecom.net

www.thegraphic-advocate.com

Kayaking on Twin Lakes

A variety of water activities take place on the Twin Lakes in the summer.

Twin Lakes Bible Camp activities

The Twin Lakes Bible Camp kids have a good time in the water.

It went in

A basketball flies across court during a session of hoops at the court next to the Rockwell City Pool. Drivers

TRUCK DRIVERS – IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

Join The Air Products Team! - Nevada, IA Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., a Fortune 500 manufacturer of industrial gases and chemicals, has IMMEDIATE openings for qualified, safety-conscious Truck Drivers to be based out of its NEVADA, IA facility.

Air Products runs a 100% legal operation with a strong emphasis on safety.

JOB FAIR Wednesday, June 25th • 8:00am - 5:00pm Holiday Inn Express 2600 E. 13th Street • Ames, IA 515-232-2300 **Bring your resume and be prepared for an on-site interview.** INCOME • Average 1st year earning potential: $55,000-$62,000 BENEFITS • Very affordable health insurance • Vision and dental insurance • Paid life insurance • Paid holidays/vacation • Retirement plan • 401K • Flexible spending account • Long-term/Short-term disability

OTHER • Local fleet runs/Home daily most days • 2 consecutive days off per week • Maintenance performed on-site by Company mechanics • No back-breaking unloading and loading of freight • Paid training and company-provided PPE and uniforms • Proven history of employment stability • All equipment less than 3 years old

Fizz, Boom, Read!

Children watch a chemical reaction take place at the Lake City Library during a program of the summer reading program. This year’s theme is “Fizz, Boom, Read!” and focuses on science.

REQUIREMENTS • Minimum 25 years old with a HS diploma or GED • Valid Class A CDL with tanker and hazmat endorsements • Minimum 3 years current interstate or OTR tractor-trailer experience • Proven solid, safety record and stable work history • Must meet all DOT requirements • Ability to work off-hours and weekends (a 24/7 operation) If you are unable to attend our Job Fair and would like additional information about the position and to apply, please visit the Air Products Career Center at www.airproducts.com/careers. Click on the link Search Job Openings from the left navigation bar. You can apply specifically to Job Req #14806BR. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those who are being considered for an interview will be contacted. Air Products is an equal opportunity employer (M/F/D/V) where diversity matters.

2003 Corvette Convertible 50th Anniversary Edition

6sp Manual, Extra Clean & Ready for Summer $21,995

527 Court Street, Rockwell City, IA • (800) 676-7537 • www.championofiowa.com

Please notify The GraphicAdvocate office by: Phone: 712-464-3188 Mail: 121 N. Center St. Lake City, IA 51449 lcgraphic@iowatelecom.net


2B The Graphic-Advocate

June 18, 2014

Posing at the pool

Kids line up for a photo at the Rockwell City Pool.

At the pool

Children keep cool at the Rockwell City Pool.

Sliding into summer

Wyatt Goodpaster and David LaGore enjoy the playground equipment at Kid’s Kingdom in Rockwell City.

A pool for the little kids

The kiddie pool at the Rockwell City Pool is well used.

King Band To Feature Bob Patton

Johnson, Kramer, Good, Mulholland, Cochrane & Driscoll PLC

Medical Arts EyeCare, LLC

ANN SMELTZER CHARITABLE TRUST FRANK’S AUTO & TRUCK SALVAGE



Nephrology | Neurology Palliative Medicine | Pulmonolgy



Summer concerts continue in Fort Dodge at the Karl L. King Band Shell in Oleson Park this Sunday evening, June 22, with another special concert. Conductor Jerrold P. Jimmerson and Assistant Conductor Dr. David Klee will lead the band in a “Salute to Iowa”, with many selections on the program written by Iowa composers. Concert time is 7:30 pm, and there is no admission charge, with these concerts being provided by the City of Fort Dodge. The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Bell Choir will again be selling homemade ice cream and cake, starting around 6:30 pm. Persons attending these concerts are reminded to bring their own lawn chairs, since no seating is provided. Marches on the program include Karl L. King’s “Iowa Centennial” and “The Iowa Band Law”, along with his galop, “Prestissimo” and his intermezzo, “In a Moonlit Garden”. Other marches will include former conductor Reginald R. Schive’s march, “The Fort Dodge Messenger”, and “Land of Plenty”, which introduced the “Iowa Corn Song”, by C.L. Barnhouse from Oskaloosa, King’s friend and publisher of many of King’s songs. A classical treat will be the “Finale from the New World Symphony”, composed by Antonin Dvorak, with many of the ideas from this well-known work generated during the time he spent in the Bohemian community of Spillville Iowa. On the lighter side will be highlights from Mason City native Meredith Willson’s popular Broadway musical, “The Music Man”. Special guest soloist will be Bob Patton, baritone, from Gowrie. Mr. Patton attended the University of Northern Iowa before joining the U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants in Washington, D.C. During his twenty year career in the military, Patton soloed with the National Symphony and the Boston and Cincinnati Pops Orchestras. He also performed with the Washington Civic, Baltimore, Wolf Trap, Northern Virginia and Annapolis opera companies.


June 18, 2014

STATEWIDE ADS FOR SALE- MISCELLANEOUS Restaurant Equipment Outlet; New & Used Restaurant Equipment see www. Chillmasters.biz for more info; Sioux City, IA 1-800-526-7105 (INCN) HELP WANTED- SKILLED TRADES Electrician Journeymen-Looking for Iowa Licensed Journeyman electricians, or MN, NE,SD Licensed Journeyman electricians willing to reciprocate in to Iowa. Long term work, great pay, benefits, and per diem. Call 515-441-0099, if no answer please leave your information. (INCN)

DRIVERS: Owner Operators and experienced OTR drivers needed for expanding fleet. Call USA Truck today.866-545-0078 (INCN) DON’T MISS A PAYCHECK FLATBEDDERS! $750 P/WK GUARANTEE first 2 weeks. Flatbed training provided. 10,000 miles/ month average. Pets allowed! CDL-A, 1-Year OTR Required. 888.476.4860 www. chiefcarriers.com (INCN) “Partners in Excellence” OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger policy. 2012 & Newer equipment. 100% NO touch. Butler Transport 1-800-528-7825 www.butlertransport.com (INCN)

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Drivers: CDL-A Train and work for us! Professional, focused CDL training available. Choose Company Driver, Owner Operator, Lease Operator or Lease Trainer. (877) 3697895 www.CentralTruckDrivingJobs.com (INCN)

HELP WANTED- TRUCK DRIVER

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SHORT HAUL AND REGIONAL Flatbed Drivers. $50,000 + 4% qtrly bonuses. Home time guaranteed!!! Great benefits, 401K! 6 mo. T/T exp/Class A CDL. 877/261-2101 www.schilli.com (INCN) TanTara Transportation Corp. is hiring Flatbed Truck Drivers and Owner Operators. Regional and OTR Lanes Available. Call us @ 800-650-0292 or apply online at www. tantara.us (INCN) Drivers- $$ TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT $$ OTR & Regional runs. Great pay and benefits. Call Kevin today 877-325-4996 ext 211. Central Transportation Services www. ctsco.com (INCN)

Regional Runs Available CHOOSE the TOTAL PACKAGE: AUTO DETENTION PAY AFTER 1 HR! Regular, Frequent HOME TIME; TOP PAY BENEFITS; Mthly BONUSES & more! CDL-A, 6 mos. Exp. Req’d. EEOE/AAP 866-524-8542 www. drive4marten.com (INCN) MISCELLANEOUS Advertise your product or recruit an applicant in over 250 Iowa newspapers! Only $300/ week. That is $1.18 per paper! Call this paper or 800-227-7636 www.cnaads.com (INCN)

THIS PUBLICATION DOES NOT KNOWINGLY ACCEPT advertising which is deceptive, fraudulent or which might otherwise violate the law or accepted standards of taste. However, this publication does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of any advertisement, nor the quality of the goods or services advertised. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate all claims made in any advertisements, and to use good judgment and reasonable care, particularly when dealing with persons unknown to you who ask for money in advance of delivery of the goods or services advertised.

Come & Go Bridal Shower

Heidi Reynolds Bride to be of Nathan Gruis

saturday, June 28, 2014

9- 11 am Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lake City Registered at Lake City Hardware, Target & Kohls

T H ANK Y OU To those of you who sent cards, memorials and condolences at the time of the illness and death of our dad Don Remsburg, we cannot thank you enough. To the staff at Stewart Memorial Hospital, Shady Oaks and Hospice, you cared for Dad like he was your own. Thanks to Pastor Beth and the American Legion for the services at the cemetery, and a big thank you to the United Methodist Church in Lanesbro for your help with the lunch. A special thanks to Abby and Keith for guiding us through the time of our loss. The thoughtfulness by all was deeply appreciated.

is taking applications for an

Assistant Ag Loan Officer

FAMILY and FRIENDS…there is nothing Better! THANK YOU to all who remembered us on our special day. 40 years, Wow, where did the years go! We are truly blessed to have you all in our lives! Doug and Starla Winter 18C

for our Bank in Lake City

Where Caring Makes A Difference

HELP WANTED Maintenance Person and Dietary Supervisor

GARAGE SALE: 115 N. Edna St. from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, June 21 and Saturday, June 28. Something for everyone! 18P

Contact 712-297-8918 135 Warner Street Rockwell City, IA

Koenigs’ Acres Flea Market: Saturday, June 21, July 19 and August 16. 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. 1510 110th St., Hampton. Four miles south and one mile west of Hampton. Vendors, $10. 641-456-4903. Expecting antiques, collectibles, livestock equipment, crafts and much more. Simple food, port-a-potties and firewood available. 18,25C

Please Call 515-851-0602

The position assists in working with customers, making, analyzing, auditing and serving Ag loans. A bachelor’s degree with a major in Agriculture is required; or an equivalent combination of Ag education/ experience/ knowledge in lieu of the degree. Must have a satisfactory check, including credit history. Apply online at www.unitedbk.com, click on the Careers located in the upper right corner and follow the instructions. Application deadline is Wednesday, June 20, 2014. EOE/ M/ F/ V/ D

Always look to the Cross... Always

OTR Drivers! TSI Kansas, Inc. is seeking Drivers living in Garner! We have regular business here to get you home! We pay up to .45 CPM in 2-4 months and offer medical benefits for you and your family. Call John at (785) 632-5183 ext.233. TSIKANSAS.COM 18, 25C

2 bedroom. Water, Trash, A/C Included.

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United Bank of Iowa

Area Classified

FOR RENT

The Graphic-Advocate

Where Caring Makes A Difference

HELP WANTED Cook/ Dietary Aide Position Available Contact 712-297-8918 135 Warner Street Rockwell City, IA

Attn Lake City Residents: The City of Lake City will be flushing hydrants June 23rd – July 3rd, which may result in water discoloration and low water pressure. Thanks for your understanding during this necessary maintenance.

CALHOUN COUNTY EXPO

VENDORS WANTED! Flea Market at the Fair! Flea Market at the Calhoun County Expo Anything you can sell. Saturday, July 12 (1pm) Space is free (bring your own table and tent)

Any questions or to say you are coming Call Sara Gemberling 712-210-1991

St. Anthony CliniC Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Carroll ................................................................................ 712-792-2222 OB/GYN............................................................................ 712-792-0702 Westside .............................................................................712-663-4371 Coon Rapids ...................................................................... 712-999-2237 Manning .............................................................................712-653-2211 Wall Lake ...........................................................................712-664-2800 Breda .................................................................................. 712-673-2301 Mental Health .................................................................... 712-794-5435 on-Site SpeCiAliStS Cardiology Iowa Heart Center ......................................... 712-792-6500 ear/nose/Throat Wellendorf ENT .................................. 712-792-4368 General Surgery Western Iowa Surgery ...........................712-792-0480 ophthalmology St. Anthony Eye Clinic ...........................712-792-8255 orthopedics Des Moines Orthopaedic Surgeons............. 712-792-2093 pathology Jedd Hagen, M.D .............................................712-792-5257 Radiation oncology Cancer Center .................................712-794-5265 Radiology Iowa Radiology.................................................712-794-3581 ViSitinG SpeCiAliStS Call 712-794-5072 for appointments Oncology.......................Robert Behrens, M.D & Mark Westberg, M.D. Dermatology ............................................................... Scott Green, M.D. Nephrology .....................Samer Yaseen, M.D.; Michael W.T. Lee, M.D. Plastic Surgery ...........................................................Bryan Folkers, D.O. Pulmonology ...............................................................James Meyer, D.O. Physiatry................................................................... Marvin Hurd, M.D. Urology ................... Herman Greenwald, M.D.; Chad LaGrange, M.D. Vascular Surgery ...................................................Douglas Massop, M.D. St. Anthony SeRViCeS Chronic Care Center...........................................................712-794-5901 Pain Clinic ..........................................................................712-792-5836 Sleep Center ........................................................................712-794-5214 Rehabilitation Services ....................................................... 712-794-5000

712-792-3581 Celebrating 63 62 Years of Better Hearing Care

BerrY HearinG aiD & aUDioloGY center • Complete Hearing Test & Hearing Aid Evaluation • Computerized Hearing Aid Analysis & Fittings • Custom Made Sound Molds, Swim Molds, Etc.

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Dave Remsburg and family Dan Remsburg and family Denise and Charles Brobst and family

For an appointment call

515-573-7821• 1-800-728-7821 9 N. 18th St. • Fort Dodge

Lake City Service Center- 2nd Thursday each month

Coral M. Jud. Dr. Coral M. Jud Audiologist Audiologist

All Seats $2 Operated by Volunteers for the Community

Lake City Capri Theatre

heaven is for real

Specializing on Residential Homes, Additions, Remodeling, Roofing, Windows, Insulation, Finish Work, Landscaping, Home Inspections & More

Starring: Greg Kinnear, Kelly Reilly, Thomas Haden Church

Drama

Professionally Built Custom Homes for over 30 Years. Registered Contractor in the State of Iowa.

Call today for a Free estimate 712-210-0049 712-830-4904 www.stephenson-construction.com

June 20 to June 22 *Rated PG **99 minutes*

Scott (center) has lived with HIV since 1994.

Get the facts. Get tested. Get involved. www.stopHIViowa.org

Calhoun County Expo Commercial Building July 9-13

for booth information contact Sara Gemberling 712-210-1991 Informational Booths only! Space is Free, Just looking for cool stuff for people to look at and pick up information at!

Purchase $10 Gift packs available at the Theatre, United Bank of Iowa, Calhoun County Variety Store or Lake City Hardware Volunteer sign-up at the theatre on weekends and at the Lake City Drive-In during the week.

Based on the increcidible true story. A small-town father must find the courage and conviction to share his son’s extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world. Fri & Sat 7:30 PM & Sun 2 PM 712-464-3040 For more movie Information www.lakecitycapri.org Scan this QR code with your smartphone to visit our website and see the trailer for Heaven is for Real Download a QR reader at www.acegroupnyc.com/qr or search your app store for “QR reader.”

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4B The Graphic-Advocate LEGALS

Speeding: Bradley John Wagner, Webster City; Daniel Brian Shell, Clive; Scott G. Tyriver, Wauwatosa, WI; Melissa Marie Wilson, Falls Church, VA; Jordan Michael Agey, Ankeny; Linda H. Holmes, Des Moines; Richard Donald Ruehle, Emmetsburg; Steven Ross Kaltenheuser, Ames; Caleb Daniel Stockton, Barnum; James A. Zimmerman, Lake City; James Benjamin Von Glan, Lake City; Matthew G. Schleisman, Lake City; Jordan Nicole Reece, Glidden; Caleb Noble Sturgeon, Gowrie; Robert Bruce Cochrane, Fort Dodge; Jacob David Clark, Lake City. Seatbelt violation: Michael Dale Archer, Fort Dodge; Jeremy William Lukins, Holstein. Fail to use headlamps when required: Maranda Skyler Davis, Fort Dodge. No valid driver’s license: Maranda Skyler Davis, Fort Dodge. Fail to comply with safety regulatory rules: Michael Scott Meyer, Scranton. Fail to yield upon entering through highway: Ann Irene Johnson, Manson. Maximum group axle weight violation: Dallas John Moeller, Vail. Boat inspection violation: Richard James Jorgensen, Rockwell City. Magistrate/district court judgments: State of Iowa vs Robert Anthony Bise, Brighton, MI, Seatbelt violation, $161.25.

COURTHOUSE NEWS

State of Iowa vs Diondre Lee Clark-Foy, Driving while license denied, suspended, cancelled, or revoked, $397.50. State of Iowa vs James Curtis Craig, III, Rockwell City, Careless driving, Dismissed, $60.00 court costs; & OWI-1st offense, 2 days jail sentence, 5 months & 28 days suspended jail sentence, 1 year probation to Calhoun County Sheriff, $437.50 surcharge, $10.00 D.A.R.E. surcharge, driver’s license revoked, & $180.00 court costs. City of Pomeroy vs Fred Crisp, Dog at large, Structured fine, & $60.00 court costs. State of Iowa vs Harley Ferch, Assault with intent to inflict serious injury, 2 years suspended prison sentence, 2 years probation to Iowa Department of Corrections, $625.00 fine, $218.75 surcharge, $240.00 attorney fees, $11,917.27 restitution, & court costs. State of Iowa vs Trae Michael Green, Domestic abuse assault amended to Assault, 1 day suspended jail sentence, 2 days jail sentence, anger management therapy required, & $60.00 court costs. State of Iowa vs Krista Sue Gubbels, Fort Dodge, Speeding, $222.00. State of Iowa vs Chase Lucas Moeller, 3rd degree theft, 2 years suspended prison sentence, 2 years probation to Iowa Department of Corrections, $625.00 fine, $218.75 surcharge, $125.00 law enforcement initiative surcharge, $250.00 restitution, $60.00 attorney fees, & $215.70 court costs. State of Iowa vs Nathan John

Pohl, Boone, Speeding, $141.00. State of Iowa vs Nsilo Jaman Stafford, Sacremento, CA, No valid commercial driver’s license, Dismissed, $60.00 court costs; Failure to comply with safety regulatory rules, $127.50; & 2nd charge, $127.50. State of Iowa vs Anthony Richard Welter, Domestic abuse assault-impeding flow of air/blood, Dismissed, $140.00 court costs. civil court judgments: Armstrong Machine Co. & Clifford Porter vs Joe’s Computer Consulting Service, Petitioner must pay $100.00 court costs. Warranty deed: Susan Ann Hansen, Robert August Hansen, Curtis Darwin Donahe, Tammy Sue Donahe, & Jeffrey Todd Donahe to Shanda M. Donahe, Lt 12, Goodwin-Lowry Addn., Farnhamville. Rev. $39.20. Sunset Acres Enterprises, LLC & Wayne Green to Ries Morrissey & Lori Morrissey, Lt. 8, Gov’t. Lt. 2, SE FRL1/4 Section 32-89-32. Rev. $71.20. Newton Business Park, Inc. & Alfred L. Finley to Timothy J. Jondle & Laura L. Jondle, 5.5 Ac. Tr. & Pt. of RR ROW, OL 25, SW1/4 Section 17-89-31. Rev. $87.20. Scott Kitten to Lynae D. Tesdall & Eugene R. Quail, N. 40’ Lt. 6, Blk. 24, 7th Addn., Manson. Rev. $158.40. Jacob Roy Schleisman & Kate K. Schleisman to Lori L. Main, Lt. 3, Blk. 5, Original Town, Lake City. Rev. $36.00. Dennis L. Doty & Yvonne L. Doty to Nathan Lamphier & Kiana

City of Lohrville Minutes City of Lohrville Lohrville Community Building June 10, 2014 Mayor Donny Hobbs called the meeting to order at 6:02 p.m. with council members Leonard Moran, Logan Mogler, Tami Mohr, Denise Brobst and Roger Christensen present. Also present was Carl Nelsen, Lenny Larsen, Randy DeWitt, Roger Berger and Shannon Hobbs. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Mogler to approve the agenda. All Ayes. Motion by Moran, seconded by Brobst to approve the consent agenda including minutes from regular council meeting held May 13; treasurer’s report/monthly financial report; claims and payroll. All Ayes. CLAIMS REPORT BANKERS TRUST COMPANY, 2007 BOND..................................53,947.50 BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLER, LIBRARY BOOKS...............................18.18 BOOK SYSTEMS, INC., ATRIUM RENEWAL..........................795.00 BROWN SUPPLY COMPANY, WATER MAIN REPAIR......................769.85 CARROLL REFUSE SERV LLC, GARBAGE/RECYCLING................2,550.00 CASEY’S GENERAL STORES, FUEL...547.88 CITY OF LOHRVILLE, AMB. 2014 BOND PYMT REIMBMNT............10,010.00 CLINE, KEZIAH, REIMBURSEMENT-PROG. SUPL........8.90 ED M. FELD EWUIP. CO., IN, FIRE EXT. INSPEC...........................171.67 EFTPS, FED/FICA TAXES..................2,304.16 GE CAPITAL, COPIER LEASE................63.72 GEMBERLING, ANN, EMS OPEN HOUSE SUPPLIES..................26.96 HAWKINS, INC., CHEMICALS...............923.33 I&S - KUEHL & PAYER, WA RESOURCE RESTOR PROJ........9,664.20 IMPLEMENT CALHOUN COUNTY, EQUIP. REPAIR................................114.26 IMWCA, WORKMAN’S COMP PREM..............................10,679.00 IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY, SEWER PROJ. BOND...............133,101.08

IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES, SMALL CITY WORKSHOP-MADRID............105.00 IOWA SMALL ENGINE, EQUIP REPAIR...................................48.30 IPERS, IPERS.....................................1,463.56 JETCO, INC., PANEL REPAIR...............353.25 KAVANAUGH, JOHN BLDG RENT........140.00 KAVANAUGH, KRIS, MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT..........131.04 LAW OFFICE OF ERIC J. EID, LEGAL SERVICES............................120.00 MARCO, INC., COPIER.........................134.83 MATHESON TRIGAS INC, OXYGEN......14.88 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY, UTILITIES......................................1,444.31 MID-AMERICAN PUBLISHING C, PUBLISHING....................................213.47 MIDAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNME, PLANNING SERVICES....................275.00 MOVIE LICENSING USA, LICENSE......230.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS, MOWER REPAIR...............................51.67 NEW COOPERATIVE, INC., WEED SPRAY...................................242.11 OVERDRIVE, INC., LIBRARY-WILBOR ADV................1,000.00 PENWORTHY COMPANY, LIBRARY BOOKS............................210.74 POSTMASTER, STAMPS........................68.00 RAY’S MACHINE SHOP, SNOW PLOW REPAIR.......................57.44 SEARS COMMERCIAL ONE, AIR COMPRESSOR.........................279.99 SIMON & SCHUSTER INC., LIBRARY BOOKS...............................26.80 STAPLES ADVANTAGE, OFFICE SUPPLIES...........................169.32 SWANSON HARDWARE, PARK BLDG MAINT............................25.97 U.S. BANK, NEWSLETTER POSTAGE........................................113.41 U.S. CELLULAR, CELL PHONE..............57.74 VERIZON WIRELESS, 1/2 TELEPHONE/COMM....................31.77 WINDSTREAM, TELEPHONE/INTERNET..................206.67 CLAIMS TOTAL...............................232,910.96 GENERAL FUND..............................11,726.01 AMBULANCE FUND.........................10,224.89

MIDAS Public Meeting REGION V REGIONAL PLANNING AFFILIATION PUBLIC INPUT MEETING The Region V Regional Planning Affiliation (RPA) will hold a public input meeting on the draft FY 2015-2018 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (2015-2018 RTIP). The RTIP is a document produced annually that identifies all transportation projects member governments of the Region V RPA plan to implement using federal funds over the next four years. Region V includes the following counties: Calhoun, Hamilton, Humboldt, Pocahontas, Webster and Wright and the cities within these counties. Project funded with regional Surface Transportation Funds or regional Enhancement funds added to the 2015-2018 RTIP in 2015 include: - Hamilton County’s R27 Scarification, resurfacing and overlay project at $1,000,000 in FY 2018. - Fort Dodge’s 8th Ave South reconstruction project at $1,200,000 in FY 2018. - Eagle Grove bridge project on SW 9th

Street. The Draft FY 2015-2018 RTIP is available on the MIDAS website http://www.midascog.net or by contacting Shirley Helgevold at MIDAS Council of Governments, (515) 576-7183 ext. 212 or e-mail at shelgevold@midascog.net. Written comments should be received by June 25, 2014 at 12:00 PM. Please submit all written comments to: Region V Regional Planning Affiliation 602 1st Avenue South Fort Dodge, IA 50501 Or e-mail to: shelgevold@midascog.net. PUBLIC INPUT MEETING June 25, 2014 2:00 PM MIDAS Building 602 1st Avenue South Fort Dodge, IA 50501 If you have any special needs pertaining to this meeting, or have any questions, please contact Shirley Helgevold, MIDAS Council of Governments, (515) 576-7183 ext. 212.

Heim Probate Notice

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DALE V. HEIM, Deceased. PROBATE NO. ESPR501835 To all persons interested in the Estate of Dale V. Heim, Deceased, who died on or about June 3, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 6th day of June, 2014, the last will and testament of Dale V Heim, deceased, bearing date of the 30th day of August, 2011 was admitted to probate in the above-named court and that Steven D. Heim and Dean Hepp was appointed Executor of the Estate. Any action to set aside the Will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the Will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the Estate

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shall file them with the Clerk of the abovenamed District Court, as provided by Law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this Notice or one month from the date of mailing of this Notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 6th day of June, 2014.

Steven D. Heim 1401 N. 14th Street, Duncan, OK 73533 Executor of the Estate, respectively Dean Hepp 132 Lake Street, Rockwell City, IA 50579 Executor of the Estate, respectively David D. Gidel, Gray & Gidel, Attorneys at Law Attorney for the Executor 423 Court Street, P.O. Box 266, Rockwell City, IA 50579

Date of second publication 18th day of June, 2014 11,18 C

ROAD USE TAX FUND.......................2,955.13 DEBT SERVICE FUND.....................53,947.50 2010 SEWER PROJECT FUND..........2,184.20 WATER FUND...................................26,245.38 SEWER FUND................................123,077.85 LANDFILL/GARBAGE FUND..............2,550.00 Payroll, 5/5/14......................................4962.93 Payroll, 5/20/14....................................5057.61 No comments during public forum. Mayor Hobbs opened the public hearing for the FY 14 Budget Amendment at 6:07 p.m. Being no comments, oral or written, public hearing was closed at 6:08 p.m. New Business: Motion by Mohr, seconded by Christensen to approve FY 14 Budget Amendment and Resolution 14-13. Approved by Roll call Ayes: Mohr, Brobst, Moran, Mogler, Christensen. Lenny Larsen, I & S Group, was present to go over Stormwater Resource Restoration Project details and schedule of completion. He informed the council that the amount budgeted for this project is now $180,000. They will be sending out for bids, bid letting date is July 24, and special council meeting/public hearing to accept the bid will be held July 29. Discussion was also held on the sewer project concerning the sludge removal at the wastewater plant, so that demolition can be completed. Roger is working with the DNR in order to get this completed. Motion by Brobst, seconded by Mohr to approve Resolution #14-17 Setting date of Public Hearing for Stormwater Resource Restoration Project for Bid Letting and To approve Plans, Specifications, Form of Contract, Engineer’s Estimate of Cost and Award Contract. Approved by Roll Call Ayes: Mohr, Brobst, Moran, Mogler, Christensen. Motion by Brobst, seconded by Mogler to approve the Casey’s cigarette/tobacco permit. All Ayes. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Mogler to approve building permit for a fence at 500 Oak Street. All Ayes. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Mogler to approve Resolution #14-14 Providing for the Certification of Delinquent Utility Charges to the Calhoun Co. Treasurer to collect in the same manner as property taxes. Approved by Roll Call Ayes: Mohr, Brobst, Moran, Mogler, Christensen. Motion by Brobst, seconded by Mogler to approve Resolution #14-15 2014 contract with Mosquito Control of Iowa. Approved by Roll Call Ayes: Mohr, Brobst, Moran, Mogler, Christensen. Motion by Mogler, seconded by Moran to approve Resolution #14-16 Authorizing City Clerk to Make Appropriate Interfund Transfers. Approved by roll call Ayes: Mohr, Mogler, Moran, Christensen, Brobst. Shannon Hobbs was present to ask the council if B.R.A.L.S. can use the City Park on July 4 and have a band and fireworks, with hours to extend to 11:30. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Brobst to approve this. All Ayes. Motion by Moran, seconded by Mohr to approve request from the Brend Family to close nd 2 Street in front of the Comm. Bldg. on Sat., June 21 for a reunion. All Ayes. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Mogler to approve the Mayoral appointment of Joan Nepple to the Library Board. All Ayes. Discussion was held on the Job Description for the Public Works Director. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Mogler to approve job description with suggested changes. All Ayes. Employee Evaluations were done for Roger Berger, Randy DeWitt and Kris Kavanaugh. Motion by Mogler, seconded by Christensen to approve Resolution #14-18 Setting Salaries/ Wages for Appointed Officers and Employees of the City for Fiscal Year 2014-15. Approved by roll call Ayes: Mohr, Mogler, Moran, Brobst, Christensen. Old Business: Roger had met with Ryan Willison and looked at downtown sidewalks. Ryan will send an estimate. No action taken. Carl Nelsen met with the council regarding permission to dump septic discharge in the city’s lagoon. Leonard had talked to DNR and felt we should wait a year or so due to the newness of our lagoon’s and we are still working on meeting requirements and that if we allow dumping, it only be from our city’s tanks. Carl understood and asked if the city would give him a letter of acknowledgement outlining our stipulations, so he can have for his licensing request. Motion by Mohr, seconded by Moran that the city enter into an agreement with Carl Nelsen and submit a letter of acknowledgement for permission to dump into our lagoon system, but only after he has contacted our Public Works Director. All Ayes. Motion to adjourn at 9:02 p.m. by Moran, seconded by Mohr. All Ayes. ATTEST: Donny Hobbs, Mayor Kris Kavanaugh, City Clerk/Treasurer

Lamphier, SE1/4 Blk. 4 & E1/2 SW1/4 Blk. 4, Smith’s 1st Addn., Lake City. Rev. $287.20. Aaron S. Essing to Kyle R. Herson, Lt. 8 Ex. E. 40’, Blk. 46, 7th Addn., Pomeroy. Rev. $18.40. Eldora Reil & Kevin Reil to Gene Dischler & Ruth Ann Dischler, N. 50’ Lt. 1 & Lt. 2, Blk. 3, Willey Addn., Manson. Rev. $124.00. Sunset Acres Enterprises, LLC & Wayne Green to Terry Staiert & Kathy Staiert, Lt. 7, Gov’t. Lt. 2, SE FRL1/4 Section 32-89-32. Rev. $71.20. Lois H. Witzke, Jill Juhl, Jason Juhl, Cal Witzke, & Melinda Witzke to Lucas D. Krause & Amanda N. Krause, Lt. 3, Blk. 1, Yeager’s 1st Addn., Rockwell City. Rev. $84.80. Sunset Acres Enterprises, LLC & Wayne Green to Kristine Burman, Lt. 6, Gov’t. Lt. 2, SE FRL1/4 Section 32-89-32. Rev. $47.20. Irvin G. Seehusen & Patricia C. Seehusen to Daniel Keith Erickson & Laura S. Erickson, 2 Ac. Tr., Parcel B, SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 1189-33. Rev. $26.40. Quit claim deed: Mark J. Mittelstadt & Dawn Mittelstadt to Mittelstadt Farms, LLC, W1/2 NW1/4 Ex. Lt. A-2.16 Ac. Tr., Section 25-86-32; E. 80 Ac. Tr., NW1/4 Section 13-86-32; W. 110 Ac. Tr., NE1/4 Section 13-8632; All, 1st Oakcrest Addn., Lake City; 1.92 Ac. Tr. Ex. Lts. 2 & 3, 2nd Oakcrest Addn., Lake City; & 4.95 Ac. Tr. Ex. Oakcrest 2nd Addn., E1/2 Section 07-86-33. No Rev.

Court officer deed: Tyler J. Van Houten & Sally S. Van Houten to Justin D. Waller, S. 10’ Lt. 13 & Lt. 12, Blk. 11, Willey’s 3rd Addn., Manson. Rev. $103.20. Trustee’s deed: Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust to Jacob D. Seil, S. 10 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 2286-31; & S. 10 Ac. Tr., SE1/2 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31. Rev. $400.80. Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust to Melvin W. Seil & Patricia A. Seil, N. 30 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; & N. 30 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31. Rev. $1204.00. Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust to M. Alan Seil & Janet Seil, N1/2 SE1/4 Ex. 40 Ac. Tr., Section 22-86-31. Rev. $802.40. Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust to Fort Calhoun Investments, Ltd., E1/2 NW1/4 Section 25-86-31. Rev. $1740.00. Forfeiture of contract: Dolores J. Mohr, Dolores J. Rosendahl, & Robert J. Mohr to David Mohr, N1/2 SE1/4 Blk. 18, Smith’s 2nd Addn., Lake City & Easements. (Rescission of Deeds) Mortgage: Shanda M. Donahe to Security Savings Bank, Lt 12, GoodwinLowry Addn., Farnhamville. Justin D. Waller to Heartland Bank, S. 10’ Lt. 13 & Lt. 12, Blk. 11,

Willey’s 3rd Addn., Manson. Jacob Derek Seil to Farm Credit Services, FLCA, S. 10 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; & S. 10 Ac. Tr., SE1/2 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31. Jacob Derek Seil to U.S. Department of Agriculture, S. 10 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 2286-31; & S. 10 Ac. Tr., SE1/2 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31. Lori H. Heun, Lori H. Schreier, & William A. Heun to First American Bank, S. 197’ Lt. 11, Blk. 2, Griswold Addn., Manson. Daryl John Weston to United Bank of Iowa, Lts. 4-10 & W. 30’ Lt. 3, Blk. 1, Heebner Addn., Rockwell City. Lynae D. Tesdall & Eugene R. Quail to Iowa State Bank, N. 40’ Lt. 6, Blk. 24, 7th Addn., Manson. Lori L. Main to United Bank of Iowa, Lt. 3, Blk. 5, Original Town, Lake City. Nathan Lamphier & Kiana Lamphier to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Page 4 Inc. (MERS) & Veridian Credit Union, SE1/4 Blk. 4 & E1/2 SW1/4 Blk. 4, Smith’s 1st Addn., Lake City. Joshua Erie & Samantha Erie to Iowa State Bank, Pt., SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 27-89-34; Pt. SW1/4 SE1/4 Section 27-89-34; & 2.299 Ac. Tr.445’ x 225’, SW1/4 SE1/4 Section 27-89-34.

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Board of Supervisors Board of Supervisors Calhoun County Courthouse Rockwell City, Iowa Tuesday, May 27, 2014 The Board of Supervisors of Calhoun County met with the following members present: Jacobs, Nicholson, and Hoag, Sr. Agenda additions: None It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the agenda. Ayes all. Motion carried. The minutes of the last meeting were read. It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the minutes. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to review the claims (checks 37648 through 37766 and warrants 502803 through 502806) and were allowed as endorsed. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the Contract between Calhoun County and Economic Development to appropriate $80,000 for FY 14/15, and Contract between Calhoun County and Calhoun County Historical Society for an appropriation of $30,000 FY 14/15. Ayes all. Motion carried. Ron Haden, Engineer, and B. J. Musselman, Maintenance Superintendent, met with the Board to update them on Secondary Road projects. Raises for non-union Secondary Road employees were discussed. It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the following Secondary Road department salaries for FY 14/15. Maintenance Superintendent 25.20 an hour District Foreman 23.50 an hour Sign Foreman 22.09 an hour Engineering Tech 27.16 an hour Engineering Tech/Safety Officer 28.47 an hour Office Manager 19.07 an hour Office Assistant 15.40 an hour The above raises effective July 1, 2014. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Nicholson and seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve Application for Approval of Underground Construction Permit #11-2014 to Schoon Backhoe Inc for an 18” drainage tile between Sections 27/28 Butler Township adjacent to DD #284 tile. Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the following salaries for FY 14/15. SALARY INCREASES 2014/2015 Auditor, Treasurer and Recorder Deputy, 60% of officer’s salaries 29,390 Deputy, 65% of officer’s salaries 31,840 Deputy, 70% of officer’s salaries 34,290 Deputy, 75% of officer’s salaries 36,738 Deputy, 79% of officer’s salaries 38,697 Deputy, 80% of officer’s salaries 39,187 Drainage Clerk/ Data Processor, 87% of officer’s salaries 42,616 (Auditor’s office – a portion of the salary reimbursed from drainage district funds) Civil Clerk, 70% of Sheriff’s salary 46,695 Civil Clerk Part Time 11.52 an hour Deputy, 85% of Sheriff’s salary 56,700 Chief Radio Dispatcher, Sheriff’s office 19.07 an hour Radio Dispatcher, Sheriff’s office 18.21 an hour First Year Clerk 24,890 Second Year Clerk 27,200 Third Year Clerk 28,650 Part – time (Auditor, Treasurer, Co. Attorney, Assessor’s offices) 11.00 an hour Part – time (Recorder and Auditor’s office) (Marty Minnick, past County Recorder, Pam Steinberg, retired Deputy Auditor, Linda Haeder, retired Co. Attorney office manager) 14.75 an hour County Attorney Office Manager 33,751 Assistant County Attorney (share expenses with another county) 64,351 Custodial Supervisor 39,678 Assistant Custodians: Teresa Rude 14.75 an hour Shelly Teague 14.25 an hour The above raises are effective the first pay period in July. Ayes all. Motion carried. Leisa Mayer, CPC, met with the Board to discuss the possibility of an Inter County Loan between General Basic Fund and Mental Health Fund payable to the new mental health region with payback in same fiscal year 14/15. The County Budget Amendment hearing was held at 11:00 AM as published. No one objecting was present: Leisa Mayer, CPC and Marlene Welander, Veterans Affairs Director were present. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to approve the budget amendment as published. Total Budget, Adopted Total Budget as Certified, Current After Current or Last Amended, Amendment Amendment REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES Miscellaneous 60,450, 6,500 66,950 Total Revenues & Other Sources

13,300,071, 6,500 13,306,571 EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES Public Safety & Legal Services 2,245,887, 19,660 2,265,547 Physical Health & Social Services 2,082,485, 8,500 2,090,985 County Environment & Education 808,931, 7,600 816,531 Roads & Transportation 5,123,816, 598,000 5,721,816 Administration 1,484,434, 25,500 1,509,934 Total Expenditures & Other Uses 15,143,219, 659,260 15,802,479 Total Ending Fund Balance June 30, 2014 8,467,262, (652,760) 7,814,502 Ayes all. Motion carried. The Emergency Management Commission budget amendment hearing was held at 11:15 am as published. No one objecting was present. Steve O’Connor, Director was present. It was moved by Nicholson seconded by Hoag, Sr. to approve the budget amendment as published: Disaster Services Contract Labor-MIDAS Hazard Mitigation 80,900, 30,215 111,115 Ayes all. Motion carried. It was moved by Hoag, Sr. and seconded by Nicholson to adjourn until Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. for their next regular Board meeting. No meeting Tuesday, June 3, due to Primary Election. Ayes all. Motion carried. Scott Jacobs, Chairman Judy Howrey, Auditor Gary Nicholson, Vice Chairman Dean G. Hoag, Sr. AGILITY RECOVERY-USA, READYSUITE..................................228.59 AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL INC, SHOP TOOL/POMEROY.................394.00 BLUE RIBBON DIST CO, WATER...........14.20 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL, MAINT.............36.64 BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC, PC CONCRETE MATERIALS................484.63 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC, MED SUPPLIES................................31.49 BRIGGS CORP, MED SUPPLEIS............54.85 BYRNE, MATTHEW, APR 2014 MLG......15.00 CAL CO DEPT OF HEALTH, BACK GROUND CHECK..................42.00 CALHOUN CO ELECTRIC, BASIC UTILITY ...............................259.52 CALHOUN CO IMPLEMENT, ROADSIDE EQUIP.....................11,000.00 CALHOUN CO SHERIFF, SHERIFF FEES................................520.28 CALHOUN COUNTY AUDITOR, DD #198 SD COMP NOTICE XP....110.01 CARDMEMBER SERVICE, SAFETY SUPPLIES......................2,686.53 CARPENTER UNIFORM COMPANY, UNIFORMS......................................308.93 CARROLL CO SOLID WASTE, RECYCLABLES.................................13.10 CARSTENS, CYNTHIA L, MAY 15’2014 BOH MTG MLG..........15.00 CENTURYLINK, MONTHLY FEES..........13.58 CHAMPION CHRYSLER, VEHICLE MAINT................................16.50 CITY OF RINARD, BASIC UTILITY ........61.51 COLLINS, CAROL, CONTRACT LABOR........................446.00 CONDON, JANE E, APR MLG/PROGRAM SUPPLIES...........724.00 CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO, CREDIT - SUPPLIES........................78.99 CROUSE DOCK, MAINT..........................43.00 DATAMARS INC, ANIMAL PROTECTION...................399.00 DES MOINES STAMP MFG CO, PERMANENT STAMPS.....................33.10 DIAMOND HEAD SALES, DOCK.......3,205.00 DISCOVER BUSINESS CARD, APR 18’2014 GAS...........................892.50 ERKENBRACK, LORI, MAY 2014 TREASURER’S CONF XP...............225.75 ESOLUTIONS INC, DATA PROCESSING.......................255.00 FARMERS COOP CO., CHEMICALS......50.05 FILLENWARTH BEACH, 2014 SPRING CONF LODGING.....808.50 FT DODGE ASPHALT CO INC, PC CONCR MAT/COLD MIX ASPHALT...............668.40 GALLS, AN ARAMARK COMPANY, UNIFORMS......................................268.96 GIMER, DEB, APR 2014 MLG...............426.50 GINTHER, JULIE, APR 2014 MLG..........78.00 GOWRIE VETERINARY SERVICE, ANIMAL PROTCECTION...............................256.80 HACAP, EDUCATION...............................12.00 HAMMEN, LINDA, APR 2014 MLG........131.00 HAMMEN, SUE, APR 2014 MLG.............15.00 HEFFRON SERVICES, INC, FIRST 1/2 DUST CONTROL SUBS..........................1,040.00 HILDRETH, BECKY, APR 2014 MLG.....556.50 HINOTE, JANA, APR 2014 MLG............737.00 HOWREY, JUDY, MENTAL HLTH MTG MLG................................21.00 HULL, KERRIE, APR 2014 MLG............916.00 HUPTON, CAROL, MAY 2014 RENT.....222.06 I & S GROUP, INC, DD #83 MN TL WATCHMAN SERV.........................452.40 I.C.C.C., SCHOOL....................................60.00 IOWA DEPT OF INSP & APPEALS, PRINTING..........................................35.04

ISAC, ONE YEAR MEETING FEES....1,750.00 JUILFS, SUSAN, MAY 15’2014 BOH MTG MLG....................52.00 KRAFT, DAVID, ADVANCE EMS CLASSES...........1,200.00 LOHRVILLE LOCKER, WELLNESS LUNCH & LEARN...............................54.07 MAGUIRE, BRENT, SFTY/REIMB STEEL TOED BOOTS........................75.00 MALLARD VIEW INC, APR 2014 COMM BASED RCF.....................1,243.10 MANGOLD ENV TESTING INC, WATER TESTING............................126.00 MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, MED SUPPLIES...............................104.97 MAYER, LEISA, APR 2014 MLG............145.50 MEDIACOM, MONTHLY SERVICE........159.66 METH-FARRINGTON, TINA, JUN 2014 BUILDING RENT.............350.00 METZGER, KELLY, APR 2014 MLG......299.50 MEYER, JAMES, WELL CLOSURE.......300.00 MID AMERICA PUBLISHING CORP, PUBLICATION..................................100.66 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, MONTHLY SERVICE.......................................3,350.12 MIDAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS, 1/2 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN...........2,500.00 MILJOCO CORPORATION, PROGRAM SUPPLIES....................618.00 MOHR, TAMI L, APR 2014 MLG............113.57 NEW OPPORTUNITIES INC, APR 2014 FAMILY DEV CENTER..................1,015.57 NORTHWEST IA YOUTH EMERG SERV, APR 1’14 & APR 2’2014 SHRF TRNS......387.50 O’CONNOR, STEVE, MLG EMA MTG POLK CO........................205.00 OFFICE DEPOT, OFFICE EQUIP/FURNITURE........................569.95 OFFICE ELEMENTS, COPIER MAINT CONT #8928........................221.25 OVERHEAD DOOR CO OF WEBSTER CO, BLDG MAINT.....................................50.20 PEYTON, CHARLES, APR 2014 MLG.....25.00 PPS PLUS SOFTWARE, DATA PROCESSING.......................377.10 PRIDE GROUP, APR 2014 COMM BASED RCF....................5,829.48 R & D INDUSTRIES INC, OFFICE EQUIP MAINT.................1,746.75 REES TRUCK AND TRAILER, INC, NEW EQP-SEMI/UNIT 354-0.....94,447.50 RILEY, BARB, APR 2014 MLG...............292.00 SANOFI PASTEUR INC, MED SUPPLIES...............................315.91 SCHMIT, JOLEEN, APR 2014 MLG.......336.50 SCHOSSOW, SHELLY, APR 2014 MLG................................373.00 SCHULTE & GRAVEN LAW FIRM, PC, MAR 2014 ATTORNEY FEES.....................86.00 SEAVERT, NANCY, APR 2014 MLG......313.50 SECRETARY OF STATE, NOTARY PUBLIC RENEWAL............30.00 SECURE SHRED SOLUTIONS LLC, SHREDDING......................................81.00 SNAP-ON TOOLS, HAND TOOLS/MANSON.................599.95 SNYDER MFG CO, PROGRAM SUPPLIES......................85.00 SOUTHSIDE GROCERY, PROGRAM SUPPLIES....................203.13 SPENCER HOSPITAL, REGISTRATION..............................140.00 STAMP FULFILLMENT SERVICES, STAMPED ENVELOPES..............1,409.40 STAR ENERGY LLC, FUEL...................121.25 STEWART MEMORIAL COMM HOSP, CONTRACT LABOR.....................5,232.17 STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT , VOTING SUPPLIES..........................30.00 SUKOVATY, LINDA, APR 2014 MLG.....329.00 SWANSON HARDWARE (RC), SUPPLIES............................................4.10 TEAGUE, SHELLY, APR 2014 MLG.......109.50 TRINITY REGIONAL MED CENTER, MEDICAL EXAMINER......................240.78 TRIZETTO PROVIDER SOLUTIONS, DATA PROCESSING........................90.00 TWIN LAKES UTILITIES, UTILITIES.....427.43 U S CELLULAR, MONTHLY SERVICE.......................389.18 UKENA, B. J., MAY 15’2014 BOH MTG MLG....................................7.00 UNITY POINT HEALTH TRINTY REG, EDUCATION MATERIAL....................54.00 VERIZON WIRELESS, USB..................117.61 WAGNER, JOAN, MLG CO WRK............25.00 WEBSTER CO PUBLIC HEALTH, APR 2014 CONTRACT LABOR BCC................140.19 WEBSTER COUNTY SHERIFF, SERVICE FEE...................................79.32 WELLMARK INC, HEALTH INSURANCE..............124,521.59 WERNIMONT, MILO, MAINTENANCE............................1,437.12 WEST PAYMENT CENTER, 2014 CRIMINAL LAW BOOK..........146.00 WIESTON AG SERVICE INC, DD #31-16 TILE OUTLET PIPE.........................615.80 WILLIAMS, TAMMY, APR 2014 MLG/BOH MTG................................171.60 WINDSTREAM, MONTHLY SERVICE.......................121.52 WPS MEDICARE, REIMBURSEMENT..........................486.57 WRIGHT EXPRESS/FLEET SERVICE, APR 2014 FUEL...............................777.45 GRAND TOTAL...............................286,720.93


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CENTRAL SCHOOL REMEMBERS

June, 1979 35 Years Ago Melissa Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Huffman of Lake City, was named second runnerup in the 1979 Miss Iowa National Teenager Pageant at Des Moines last weekend. She was among 59 teenage girls competing for the honor of representing Iowa in the Miss National Teenager Pageant. Sittin’ on the Square by Ken Reiste - Doris Hanks found some clippings from an April, 1887 issue of the Graphic. One news item concerned the sinking of some coal shafts on the farm of E. S. Clow north of Lake City. Arlene said they had always thought the diggings were some old gravel pits. No word followed on the success of the coal mining venture. Bob Bauman of Lake City has piled up 326,190 miles over rural route two south of town since 1953. Now driving the eighth car since he has begun the route, Bauman has spent an average of six hours per day, six days per week delivering the mail. Bauman has been a postal department employee for 35 years with the exception of a stint in the service during World War II. Memorial Day weekend guests in Mrs. Vivian Oxenford’s home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Oxenford of Indianola, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oxenford and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wicker of Des Moines, Mrs. Ralph Osborn of Fort Collins, Colorado and Nina Lee of Lake City. 1 lb. pkg., Farmland Sliced Bacon, $1.09; Boneless Chuck Roast, $1.69 lb.; 6 oz. pkg. Dream Whip, $1.09 — Jerry’s Clover Farm. The University of Iowa held spring commencement ceremonies May 19 awarding some 2400 degrees. Among students from the Lake City area who received degrees in the spring commencement are Debra Elaine Carlson, Randy L. Moad and Larry Dean Knouf of Lake City; Steven William Hendricks, James Donald Richardson of Rockwell City and Randy Joseph Bellinghausen of Yetter. Father’s Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lasher were their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lymer and daughter, and Mrs. George Spidell all of California, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lasher and family of Holstein, Mrs. Grace Richardson

and Mrs. Genevieve Kraft. Michelle Morrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morrow of Lake City, is this year’s junior rodeo queen. She was named by the Top Rail Saddle Club earlier this year to reign over the annual rodeo. Karla Lux, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lux of Mt. Carmel, is this year’s senior rodeo queen. Two years ago she was the junior queen and she succeeds her mother as senior queen this year. The rodeo queens will lead the Top Rail Saddle Club in the Western Days parade and reign over this year’s 20th annual rodeo. Construction of the new water tower began this week. A crew from Franklin, Tennessee is assembling the tower built by Pittsburgh-Des Moines Hydro Storage of Des Moines. June, 1929 85 Years Ago Mayor’s Notice – Complaints are being made in regard to the carelessness of automobile drivers who disregard the stop signs on Main street. All drivers are hereby notified that the law regarding same will hereafter be enforced. — Ed. M. Miles, Mayor New paper money of $1, $2, $5, and $10 denomination, has been displayed at the First National bank the past few days. The bills are much like their predecessors with the exception of being smaller. These will be ready for general distribution about July 10. The curbing on Main Street, along the blocks just east and west of the public square, is being removed and gravel will be spread upon the parking. This improvement will widen the street at these places and will be of particular value when the traffic is large on Wednesday and Saturday nights. Star Theatre – Sun, Mon, Tues, June 9th, 10th, 11th. Vitaphone AllTalking Picture, “Lights of New York” With All-Star Cast. Adm. Sunday, 20c and 50c. Mon. and Tues. 15c and 40c. Wed-Thur, June 12-13 – Zane Grey’s Story, “Sun Set Pass” with Jack Holt. Fee’s Cash Store – Bread, Fresh from the ovens, 3 loaves, 20c; Soap, P & G, 10 Bars, 30c; Jello Powder, All Flavors, 3 pkgs, 21c. Bring Us Your Eggs - Cash or Trade. Chautauqua – Opens Thursday,

June 13 – 1929 Super Program – “A Night in Hawaii” See volcano in eruption, hear Vierra’s Hawaiians; Musical Comedy Revue, John Ross Reed Company; Private Peat, One man League of Nations; “Skidding” Direct from Broadway; Russian Cossack Chorus, Famous European Organization; Lura Forbes, America’s Greatest Comedienne; Judge Geo. D. Alden, Altitudes and Visibility; Smith Damron, The Potter and the Clay; “The Detour” Great Comedy Success – Many Others – Buy Season Tickets of Civic Improvement Society – Adults, $2.00; Children, 1.00. A new electric Studebaker sign has been placed in front of the W. E. Moulds Auto Co. Garage. [name deleted] and [name deleted], of this city are now in the Calhoun county jail awaiting hearing before the grand jury of district court, as the result of a raid made at Lake City by Sheriff John Delinger and A. L. Riseley, deputy last Saturday in which the men were arrested on charges of maintaining a liquor nuisance. The sheriff and his deputies entered the [name deleted] home about 3 o’clock a. m. Saturday and seized a gallon jug containing liquor and several bottles of alleged alcohol. Their bonds were set at $2,000 and $1,000. Neither was able to put up the bond money. Miss Anne Titus, who for the past two years has been instructor of music and art in the Panora public schools, is erecting a shack at the home of her parents, 7 blocks north and 2 blocks west of the northwest corner of the public square where she plans to serve the public with light refreshments, dainty sandwiches of various kinds to be specialized. Miss Titus expects to have this little shack, which she has named the Green Shade Inn, in readiness next Monday, July 1st. It is built in the shade of a large mountain ash next to the roadway, where patrons may be served without alighting from their autos. Celebrate July 4th at Lakewood Park – Best Program in Years: Baseball– Arcadia vs. Cherokee Independents; Band Concerts–Morning, Afternoon and Evening–Pomeroy Concert Band; Dancing–Afternoon and Evening–Bert Brown’s WHO Victorians; Big Boxing Exhibition in

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Rodney John Mullins & Marcia Lynn Mullins to United Bank of Iowa, 10 Ac. Tr.-526.1’ x 828’, SE1/4 Section 32-88-31. Dixie D. Filmer & Douglas E. Filmer toUnited Bank of Iowa, E1/2 SW1/4 Blk. 2 & S. 10’ E1/2 NW1/4 Blk. 2, Sifford Addn., Lake City. Lucas D. Krause & Amanda N. Krause to Exchange State Bank, Lt. 3, Blk. 1, Yeager’s 1st Addn., Rockwell City. Jeffrey L. Kirchoff & Jody M. Kirchoff to Manson State Bank, E. 80’ of W. 160’ OL 19, SW1/4 Section 17-89-31. Kevin G. Mosher to Heartland Bank, Lts. 1-7, Blk. 7, Original Town, Rinard. Susan Louise Mohr & Richard Dean Mohr to United Bank of Iowa, Lt. 4 & W. 30’ Lt. 3, Blk. 11, West View Addn., Lake City. Kevin Lohff & Becky R. Lohff to Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, 6 Ac. Tr., Lt. A, SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 17-87-34. Assignment of mortgage: Everbank, Everhome Mortgage Co., Randy R. Krug, & Flagstar Bank, FSB to Green Tree Servicing, LLC, 6.32 Ac., SE1/4 SE1/4 Section 15-88-32. Mortgage release: Heartland Bank to Sunset Acres Enterprises, LLC, Lts. 6-10, Gov’t. Lt. 2, SE FRL1/4 Section 32-89-32. (Partial) United Bank of Iowa to Jamie J. Cleveland & Kealy A. Cleveland, N. 76’ Lt. 1, Blk.5, Fulkerson Addn., Lake City. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) to Keith A. Green & Rebecca M. Green, N. 7’ Lt. 27 & Lts. 25 & 26, Blk. 1, 1st Sandy Point, Section 33-89-32; Lts. 40 & 41, Blk. 4, 3rd Sandy Point, Section 33-89-32; & Lts. 86 & 87, Blk. 4, 4th Sandy Point, Section 3389-32. United Bank of Iowa to Thomas W. Anderson & Kristy K. Anderson, 12.62 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 Section 13-8733. United Bank of Iowa to Daryl

Weston & Anne Weston, Lts. 4-10 & W. 30’ Lt. 3, Blk. 1, Heebner Addn., Rockwell City; & 0.52 Ac. Tr.-95’ x 239’, OL 19, SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 25-88-33. United Bank of Iowa to Shirley J. Roby Life Estate, 82’ x 66’ Tr., N1/2 NE1/4 SE1/4 NW1/4 Section 36-8833. (2) Northwest Bank to Steve J. Doster & Shelly Doster, Lt. 24, Blk. 1, Walnut Beach, Section 33-89-32; & Lt. 24, Blk. 1, Walnut Beach, Section 32-89-32. U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency to Rodney John Mullins & Marcia Lynn Mullins, 10 Ac. Tr.-526.1’ x 828’, SE1/4 Section 32-88-31. Ameriprise Bank, FSB to William Lawson & Frances A. Lawson, Lt. 19, Fullerton’s 2nd Addn., Rockwell City. Affidavit: Larry Axtell, Trustee & Sherry Lanning, Trustee to Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, S. 10 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; & S. 10 Ac. Tr., SE1/2 NE1/4 Section 22-8631. (Trustees’ Affidavit) Jacob D. Seil to Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, S. 10 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; & S. 10 Ac. Tr., SE1/2 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31. (Purchaser’s Affidavit) Larry Axtell, Trustee & Sherry Lanning, Trustee to Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, N. 30 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; N. 30 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-8631; & N1/2 SE1/4 Ex. 40 Ac. Tr., Section 22-86-31. Larry Axtell, Trustee & Sherry Lanning, Trustee to Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, N. 30 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; & N. 30 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-8631. (Individual Trustees’ Affidavit) Melvin W. Seil & Patricia A. Seil to Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, N. 30 Ac. Tr., SW1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-31; & N. 30 Ac. Tr., SE1/4 NE1/4 Section 22-86-

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31. (Purchasers’ Affidavit) Larry Axtell, Trustee & Sherry Lanning, Trustee to Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, N1/2 SE1/4 Ex. 40 Ac. Tr., Section 22-86-31. (Individual Trustees’ Affidavit) M. Alan Seil & Janet Seil to Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, N1/2 SE1/4 Ex. 40 Ac. Tr., Section 22-86-31. (Purchasers’ Affidavit) Larry Axtell, Trustee & Sherry Lanning, Trustee to Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, E1/2 NW1/4 Section 2586-31. (Trustees’ Affidavit) (2) Fort Calhoun Investments, Ltd & Don Wilson to Larry Axtell, Trustee, Sherry Lanning, Trustee, & Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, E1/2 NW1/4 Section 25-86-31. (Purchaser’s Affidavit) Sherry Lanning, Trustee Marilyn Post to Marilyn Post Rev. Trust, E1/2 NW1/4 Section 25-86-31. (Expiration of manure easement) Donald Rasmuson to Vivian J. Rasmuson Estate, E. 120 Ac. Ex. 6.81 Ac. Tr.-560’ x 530’, SE1/4 Section 31-88-31. Kristine M. Nelson & Josephine H. Essing to James B. Essing, Lt. 11, Zehr Sub., Manson. (Spouse) Power of attorney: Eldora Janet Reil to Kevin Reil. Miscellaneous: Justin S. Waller to Heartland Bank & Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, S. 10’ Lt. 13 & Lt. 12, Blk. 11, Willey’s 3rd Addn., Manson. (Deed Restriction) Iowa Finance Authority to Nekvinda Properties, LLC, W1/2 Lt. 13, Bkl. 5, Willey’s 1st Addn., Manson. (Verified Claim) Plat of survey: Jeffrey M. Krueger to Bruce Hammen Estate, 4.9 Ac. Tr., Parcel A, NW1/4 SE1/4 Section 09-88-33. Release of state tax lien: Iowa Department of Revenue to Courtney L. Konstanz, Lt. 9, Blk. 5, Original Town, Lohrville. Trade names: Kelsey Powers to Shear Image.

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