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OGDEN, IOWA 50212 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2014

NUMBER 8

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DARRELL HUGHES President/CEO - VisionBank

VisionBank announces new President/CEO Mike Mahoney, Chairman of VisionBank of Iowa and VisionBankshares, Inc., is pleased to announce the hiring of Darrell E. Hughes to succeed Bob Grathwohl as President/CEO of VisionBank of Iowa. Grathwohl is the President of VisionBankshares, Inc., the bank’s holding company and has been serving as the bank’s President/CEO for the last 15 months. Grathwohl will continue to serve as the President of VisionBankshares, Inc. Darrell is a long time Des Moines area banking executive and comes to VisionBank with over 33 years of senior level banking experience. Darrell will be responsible for leading the VisionBank team and reporting to the Board of Directors. He will office out of our Ames Duff location but will spend time at all three of our market locations. “Darrell has a deep knowledge of banking and bank management and a history of great results in a customer focused community bank environment. We are very happy to add him to our outstanding team.” Mike Mahoney said. “We are pleased to have Darrell join our team. Darrell brings great senior management experience which will help us to continue to grow our markets,” said Bob Grathwohl. When asked about his new position Darrell said, “I am excited and fortunate to be joining VisionBank. VisionBank is a diversified, well capitalized, locally owned community bank well positioned for a bright and growing future.” Darrell has been actively involved with the Mercy Hospital Foundation, Variety Club of Iowa, Des Moines Club, Hyperion Field Club, Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, and the American Cancer Society.

The Ogden Fun Days tractor ride route has been set. Those interested in participating are asked to register as soon as possible so organizers can finalize plans. Registration forms are available at Clark’s Food Mart, Casey’s General Store, Ogden Farm & Feed Center and VisionBank as well as online at www.ogdenfundays.com Riders will begin lining up at the parking lot of St. John’s Catholic Church Saturday, June 28 at 10 a.m. then proceed along the parade route. From there, they will leave Ogden and travel to Beaver via gravel roads passing Northern Natural Gas Co. A lunch will be served at the Beaver Community Building. (The entry fee pays for your meal). After a short break at Spring Lake, riders will travel to Grand Junction, again on gravel roads, and stop at Ferg’s Bar and Grill for another break before returning to Ogden. They will be covering approximately 36 miles. Harcourt Equipment is once again sponsoring the event. See ad on page nine.

Getting fiber to the home cannot happen overnight. In fact according to Joel Munson of Ogden Telephone Company the process of replacing the current underground wiring system with a new fiber optic network will take several months. Crews from Central Cable Contractors, Inc. out of Waupun, WI began installation of fiber optic cables a little over a week ago, concentrating on the south side of town first. As with all digging and trenching projects, existing underground lines, tile and cables must be clearly marked with paint, hence the multi-colored paint trails on streets and across lawns. Over 60 workers from four separate contracting crews are working together on the project and because of all the heavy equipment involved, residents are asked to please take caution when driving in the construction area. “There may be occasions when streets will need to be closed,” said Munson. He is hoping they’ll be finished sometime in August. Just how much trenching is involved? Nearly 12 miles (64,255 feet to be exact) within the Ogden city limits. And that is just the main cable. Not figured in is the 926 drops branching from the roadside to each of the homes and businesses. When completed, the new technology will allow Ogden Telephone Company customers to receive telephone, internet and television services over the same fiber optic cable.

OHS students on honor roll all 4 quarters Following is a list of OHS students named to the honor roll all four quarters of the 2013-14 school year.

RIGHT: Temporary lawn art. The bright orange innerduct sprouting up around town will be fed with fiber optic cable, then buried. The orange tubing offers extra protection for the fiber cable.

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Schedule your sports physical appointment It’s that time of year again . . . time for sports physicals! Boone County Family Medicine in Boone will be offering sports physicals during regular clinic hours and will bill them to insurance. Fall school sports are just around the corner and appointments will fill up quickly. Call 432-2335 today to schedule your appointment!

Two jet skiers injured on Des Moines River Saturday The Boone County Sheriff’s office responded to a jet ski accident on the Des Moines River around 7 p.m. Saturday, June 21. Three individuals were operating jet skis in the area of the US 30 boat ramp when two skis apparently collided, sending both operators to the hospital with serious injuries. Christian Whitney, 42 of Rippey was transported to Boone County Hospital. Kevin Davis, 42, Johnston, was taken to Boone and transferred to Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines. Iowa Department of Natural Resources officer Matt Bruner reported that the Des Moines River was 1’ above flood stage at the time of the accident. While the cause of the accident is still under investigation, Bruner feels the high water may have been a contributing factor. “They were experienced riders, having rode the river a good number of years,” said Bruner, “but high water means a lot of floating debris and the very strong currents will often affect boating.” Without life jackets, he feels these men would not have survived. “The life jackets literally saved their lives, hands down, 100%.” According to Bruner one individual at the scene was arrested for intoxication.”

Join fellow alums at the All Bulldog Breakfast Have you ever wanted to reconnect with Ogden alumni you didn’t graduate with? An opportunity presents itself Saturday, June 28 (during Ogden Fun Days) at the first annual All Bulldog Breakfast hosted by Ogden Alumni Association. Come yourself or bring your family to the Ogden High School cafeteria 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. that day, eat breakfast and take a self-guided tour of the high school and see all the new renovations. Although the Alumni Association is specifically inviting the classes ending in 4s and 9s (2009, 2004, 1999, etc.) to attend this year, all Ogden alumni, faculty, staff and community members are invited as well. Classes hosting reunions during Fun Days are encouraged to attend the Saturday morning breakfast as a class. Cost for the breakfast is $8 per person, $30 per family. For questions, contact Matt at 515-203-0678.

Whoopin’ it up at McGraw Senior Cattlemen’s Bar-B-Q planned Center with music and dancin’ Enjoy some good old-timer’s sing along. Come and dance to your for July 1 music from the 30s favorite classic songs. Rick Bengtson, President of Boone County Cattlemen’s Association, announced that the Annual Cattlemen’s Bar-B-Q will be held at the Fairgrounds Community Building in Boone Tuesday, July 1. Serving of this event will begin at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 each and are available from any Boone County Cattlemen’s Association member or at the Boone County ISU Extension Office in Boone. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. The grassroots of the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association is its county organizations. There are 97 active county organizations involved in a wide variety of activities throughout the year. Boone County Cattlemen are one of the most active county groups in the state of Iowa providing a wide variety of events and activities. The annual BBQ is just one of them. Throughout the year the group awards scholarships, donates gift certificates to various charities, grills for many groups and events, and are great supporters of the Boone County 4-H and FFA programs. Boone County Cattlemen’s Association Officers and Directors include: President Rick Bengtson of Boxholm; Vice President David Hein of Boone, Secretary/Treasurer Bob Nelson of Dayton. Directors include Jim Anderson, Jeff Erb, Kriss Haglund, Dave Patrick all of Boone; Scott Grubbs of Perry; Chris Jones, Jeff Paulson, and Greg Savits all of Ogden. “Each year the Boone County Cattlemen look forward to the community BBQ, seeing old friends and meeting new ones and providing the best steak sandwich around,” commented Bengtson. For more information, contact the Boone County ISU Extension Office at (515) 432-3882.

on, as well as gospel tunes, in the newlyremodeled McGraw Senior Citizen Center. This Saturday from 12 noon to 2 p.m. Pastor Dave Winchester will be playing tunes on his guitar while he and his wife Ellie

McGraw Center will be open during the Motor Show The McGraw Senior Center will be open Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the Fun Days Motor Show. (Rain date is Saturday, same hours.) It’s a great chance to give your weary legs a rest, to cool down while enjoying refreshments and hors d’oeuvres.

Reveal final treasure hunt clue Pirates have hidden a treasure, Finding it will bring you much pleasure. The loot has powers in many ways, To begin the Goonies Fun Days. It will pull you away from the couch and TV, Getting out in the community is the key. Band together with friends of old, There’s power in numbers, I’ve been told.

Clue # 1 The prize is between the old and the new, The circle of eight holds the secret, too. The rich stuff is not in a building or underground, In the next two week’s Reporter, more clues will be found.

Clue # 2 Please be very quiet when you enter It is the number one rule of this learning center. At this place stories are bound together Some with canvas, some with leather. At the end of the mystery you will find one more clue Inside will be directions with what to do. Good luck all ye pirates and treasure hunters around, And watch for clue number three in the next newspaper in town.

Clue # 3 (Final Clue) - See page five.

Austin Bebb, Hannah Carter, Kim Christensen, Anna Clark, Josie Clark, Joel Delp, Sydney Diggs, Rebecca Dodd, Matea Engman, Austin Flynn, Andrew Haberer, Racy Halterman, Kennedy Hiles, Madeleine Johnson, Nathan Kennedy, Charlie Klauenberg. Kennedy Kruse, Elizabeth Laws, Madison Loecker, Lillie Longhorn, Chelsie McCool, Crystal Mullin, Kylie Nichols, Mackenzy Schmidt, Andrew Stumbo, Haley Swigert, Hallie Weber, Kameron Wheelock, Hallie Wirth. Sophomores Zane Buxton, Baylee Chance, Josie Consier, Drew Eich, Tristan Frantum, Avery Germer, Alexis Hamilton, Emily Kallem, Anna Langel, Austin Lentz, Kayden Lindahl, Katie Lowman. Brianna Millang, Spencer Nelson, Jeffrey Olson, Conner Paulsen, Derek Reutter, Nick Ross, Abbey Salati, Nick Sohm, Paige Sohm, Logan Sturtz, Grham Tews, Zachary Waterbury, Gabrielle Weber, Blair Williams. Juniors William Brandt, Bailey Carson, Kate Christensen, Nicholas Glenn, Cayce Good, Elizabeth Good, Abigail Gustafson, Gyena Hansen, Devon Johns, Tasia Johnson. Evan Klicker, Jacqueline Lawler, Madeline Moses, Bailey Porter, Dillon Schmidt, Jenna Sheirbon, Chantelle Simpson, Trey Thompson, Kylie Westberg, Olivia Willoughby. Seniors Zach Allen, Sydney Bishop, Colton Boggess, Austin Bonnell, Kolton Christle, Henry Haglund, Shawn Heaning, Grant Heineman, Olivia Johnson, Kori Kershner, Kara Kieffer, Kyler Kiner. Haley Meister, Daniel Nida, Casey Peterson, Jordan Poock, Garner Rogillio, Zane Satre, Ashton Summerhays, Jonathon Thompson, Caitlin Tolsdorf, Mikayla Wenger, Trevor Wheelock, Colton Wright.

Next week . . . Complete coverage and lots of photos from Ogden’s annual Fun Days celebration. Two Ogden soccer athletes receive special recognition. The zoo comes to Ogden library.


PAGE TWO - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 25, 2014

2014

OGDEN FUN DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

JUNE 26, 27, 28 Thank you for your support of Ogden Fun Days!

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Accurate Auto Trim Audio & Accessories Arnold Motor Supply Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad Boone Bank & Trust Chit-Chat Café Clark’s Food Mart Everlastings Flowers & Gifts Fareway Stores Boone J & M Services Johnson Law Office Lawler Farms McDonald’s Mid-Iowa Truck and Upholstery O’Reilly Auto Parts Ogden Lions Club Patio Pros Quick Oil Co.

Doc Holl Trailers Highway Farms Ogden Farm & Feed Center Ogden Municipal Light & Water Prairie Brand Seeds LLC R&J Pierce, Ltd. Pioneer Rodgers Plumbing & Heating, Inc. The Lucky Pig Pub & Grill Wilson Toyota Scion

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Allie’s Hair Care Angela Christner & Associates LLC Boone County Hospital Café 38 Carson-Stapp Funeral Home Casey’s General Store Dairy Queen Don’s Drain & Septic, Inc. Functional Chiropractic Hamilton Redi-Mix Investment Centers of America, Keith Berg JMB Roofing Johnson & Sons, Inc. Kruck Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. LG Seeds Mid Iowa Sales/Malco Ogden Athletic Boosters Ogden Family Chiropractic Ogden Telephone Company Rueter’s Red Power S & C Automotive Sheirbon Auto Body, Inc. Swanson Drug, Your Hometown Health Mart Pharmacy The Bike Barn The Wal-Mart West Central A DIVISION OF MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING Wisecup Trucking Youngren Excavating

FRATELLI Advance Auto Parts Bev Lindgren Boehm Insurance Agency, Inc. Boone Veterinary Hospital Charlie Doran Don and Dee Snedden Doran Law Firm Dutch Oven Bakery Hill Top Greenhouses, Ltd. Holts TV & Stereo Hy-Vee Juhl Feed Store & Elevator Knights of Columbus Kum & Go Linda and Robert Gomez Mike and Sherry Shaw Moffitt’s Ford Lincoln NAPA Auto Parts Ogden Community Women One to One Physical Therapy Peoples Clothing Store Pizza Ranch Relaxation Station - Lisa Lindahl Saints Avenue Café Sam and Tish Germer, RCI Safety Sprecher Family Chiropractic Ward and Diane Hunter

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Lightning McQ ueen Car raffl e Quilt raffle Treasure Hunt Thursday, June 26 Senior Foodstand Water Buffaloes 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Entertainment Garden Carnival with mechanical bull 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. Noon - 12 a.m. Family Night Special THE OGdEN REPORTER Scale Model Railroad dRIvE-IN MOvIE Noon - 9 p.m. “The Goonies” Pony Rides 8:45 p.m. Noon - 8 p.m. (rain date Friday, 8:45 p.m.), Bingo by the Boys Scouts Rated PG, and Masons location - OHS, 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. $10 per car load. Mutt Strutt Athletic Boosters Concession 7 p.m. Stand will be open.

Friday June 27 Senior Foodstand 6:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Carnival with mechanical bull Noon - Midnight Scale Model Railroad Noon - 9 p.m. Union Pacific present Circus Boy Noon, 2, 4, and 6 p.m. Pony Rides - Noon - 8 p.m. Market in the Park 1 - 8 p.m. Ogden Family dental Kids Time at the Park - 1 - 3 p.m. Peoples Bank and Trust presents Pella Wildlife Company 1, 3, 5, and 7 p.m. Panning for Gems - 2 - 6 p.m. Water Buffaloes Entertainment Garden 4 p.m. - Midnight

OGdEN FAMILY dENTAL MOTOR SHOW

5 - 9 p.m. - Main St. (Rain date Sat. 5 - 9 p.m.) Slow Tractor Race - 6 p.m. McGraw Senior Center reopened for Appetizers and Drinks 5 - 8 p.m. Face Painting by Princesses and Pirates - 5 - 8 p.m. Bill Riley Talent Search 6 p.m., OHS Auditorium Bingo by the Lions Club 6 - 10 p.m. Water Buffaloes Concert The Craig Swalwell Band 8 p.m. - Midnight

Senior Foodstand 6:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. All Bulldog Breakfast 8 - 10 a.m. - OHS Cafeteria Ogden Baseball Tournament 9 a.m. Kiddie Parade - 9:45 a.m. Harcourt Equipment Tractor Ride 10 a.m.

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10:30 a.m. - Main Street Parade Marshal: Dr. and Mrs. Vermillion veterans Float Pitching Booth by Ogden Baptist Church Noon - 6 p.m. ISU Cheer Squad and Cy 12:30 p.m. Free Kids Glitter Tattoos by: Hunziker & Associates, Realtors Noon - 5 p.m. Union Pacific presents Circus Boy Noon, 2, 4, and 6 p.m. Iowa State University Insect Zoo 1, 3, 5, and 7 p.m. Carnival with mechanical bull Noon to Midnight Scale Model Railroad Noon - 9 p.m.

Pony Rides - Noon - 8 p.m. Craft and Art Show 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Pastor Dave & Miss Ellie Band at New McGraw Senior Center Noon - 2 p.m. dodgeball Tournament - 1 p.m. Elite Power Tumbling 1 p.m. Panning for Gems 2 - 6 p.m. Tell Jokes like Chunk 2 p.m. Water Buffaloes Entertainment Garden 2 p.m. - Midnight BEhERe 5k - 5 p.m. Marshall County Hangmen Band 4 - 8 p.m. visionBank Pedal Tractor Pull 6 p.m. Bingo by the Lions Club 6 - 10 p.m. Water Buffaloes Concert Saucy Jack Band 8 p.m. - Midnight

See the full schedule at www.ogdenfundays.com


In Depth

The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - PAGE THREE

COLUMNISTS, COMMUNITY LIFE, EDITORIALS, LETTERS, POINTS OF VIEW

BOONE COUNTY SUPERVISORS PROC. AND CLAIMS June 11, 2014 Duffy called meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. with all members present. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve June 4, 2014 meeting minutes. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve the agenda as posted. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve signing 28E Agreement for Central Iowa Community Services. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to authorize landfill administrator/ recycling coordinator to execute Agreement for Engineering Services and General Consultation Services between Landfill and HLW Engineering Group. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion to approve update on the PerCapita Conditional User Policy for Boone County Landfill. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motioned passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve amending Landfill Budget for Fund 71000. Balance of budget is $61,300 will increase to $63,400. No: None, Yes, Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to sign the contract between Boone County Board of Health & Sanitation & David Frost – independent contractor - for the providing of Sanitarian related services on as needed basis for compensation for Soil Perc test - $125 per test; Final inspection - $50 per inspection and Mileage reimbursement at $0.39 per mile. No: None, Yes, Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to notify Dallas County that their services for sanitarian services will not be used. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Duffy called public hearing on Proposed Ordinance 126 at 10:00 am. No comments written or oral were received. Foster moved Hollingshead second motion to close the public hearing. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve the third reading and adopt Ordinance 126. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Discussion on the Building & Grounds department structure and position is put on hold until the Board has talked with Mike Galloway of Ahlers & Cooney. Discussion of future position sharing with the City of Boone has been put on hold. The meeting for the work session will be on Monday, June 16th at 8 am at city hall. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion of accepting the resignation of Jared M. Haas, GIS Coordinator effective June 20, 2014. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to pay adjustment for Todd Fisher, Operator, Boone County Landfill from $20.54 per hour to $20.59 per hour effective June 23, 2014. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Foster moved Hollingshead seconded motion of accepting the resignation of Dr. Wayne Rouse from the Boone County Board of Health effective July 1, 2014. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve signing the Applications for 2014 Homestead Tax Credits and Applications for 2014 Military Exemption as recommended by Boone County Assessor as follow. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Boone County Board of Supervisors has set 10:00 a.m., July 2, 2014 in the Board Room, Boone County Courthouse, 201 State St., Boone, Iowa as the time, date and place to hold a public hearing on the following resolution proposing to “Close to Vehicular Traffic” Boone County Bridge No. 75. Comments in writing may be filed with the Boone County Auditor before said hearing. All interested persons are hereby and duly notified of this proposal. The following resolution will be acted on at the close of the public hearing or at a date then determined. RESOLUTION NO. 14-19 A Resolution proposing to “Close to Vehicular Traffic” Boone County Bridge No. 75. WHEREAS, the Boone County bridge on 216th St. over East Beaver Creek, FHWA No. 077870, near the W. ¼ Corner of Section 31, T. 84 N., R. 27 W., has structural deficiencies and is currently posted for a 3 ton weight limit, and WHEREAS, Calhoun-Burns & Associates, Consulting Engineers, has conducted annual inspections of this structure and monitored the progression of deterioration, and WHEREAS, after inspection of this structure in the spring of 2014, CalhounBurns & Associates has recommended permanent closure of the bridge due to its deteriorating condition, and WHEREAS, 216th St. over East Beaver Creek has a low traffic count and local residents have access to alternative roadways. BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the Boone County Board of Supervisors has set July 2, 2014 at 10:00 a.m., Board Room, Boone County Courthouse, Boone, Iowa as the date, time and place to conduct a public hearing on this proposed closure. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, if closure is approved, the Board of Supervisors will adopt a final resolution approving permanent closure of Boone County Bridge No. 75. Published in The Ogden Reporter Wednesday, June 18 and 25, 2014.

Hollingshead. Motion passed. Military: Jason T. & Michelle R. Zander, 527 W 10th St., Boone and Roger W. & Kathryn M. Stirling, 1215 Mamie Eisenhower Ave., Boone. Homestead: Brett A. & Sally J. Nanninga, 1354 Nook Pl., Boone (Worth Township); Ethan K. Wilson and Jennifer E. Woolsoncroft, 320 W Elm St., Ogden; Mark and Isha Casey, 1070 257th St., Boone (Marcy Township); Henry L. & Alesha L. Calonkey, 248 S Story St., Boone; Jana Rector, 244 SW 4th St., Ogden; Kristen K. Pruden, 1611 Mamie Eisenhower Ave., Boone; Kellie L. Anderson, 236 S. Plum St, Boone; Jason T. & Michelle R. Zaner, 527 W. 10th St., Boone; Julie Hellyer, 214 SW 2nd St., Ogden; Roger W. & Kathryn M. Stirling, 1215 Mamie Eisenhower Ave., Boone; Jacob G. McCullough, 1616 1st St., Boone; Gregory J. & Michelle M. Schaefer, 448 Fairview Dr., Madrid and Roger D. Dodson, 202 Ash St., Boxholm. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to set July 2, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors office as the date to hold a public hearing on the proposed closing of Boone County Bridge No. 75, to Vehicular Traffic, located near the W1/4 corner of Section 31, T. 84N, R. 27 W – on 216th St. over Easter Beaver Creek. No: None, Yes: Duffy, Foster and Hollingshead. Motion passed. Bob Kieffer, County Engineer, met with the Board for weekly Secondary Road update. Hollingshead moved Foster seconded motion to approve payment of secondary road claims 19231 to 19279 and claims 135033 to 135235 totaling $607,968.37 and issuance of warrants 109185 to 109378 in payment of the same. Handwritten warrants 108816 to 109009 totaling $5,030.96 and voided warrants 109006 totaling $76.92 are hereby approved for publication. No: None; Yes: Duffy, Foster. Motion passed. Hollingshead adjourned meeting at 11:35 a.m. These minutes were approved for publication this eighteenth day of June, 2014. Philippe E. Meier Boone County Auditor Boone County Claims Listing For June 11, 2014 General Basic Fund Garden & Lawn Boone Ace Hardware ..................$ 38.46 The End Zone .................................51.47 Electrical Supp. & Parts Boone Ace Hardware .....................42.44 Kriz-Davis Company.......................88.50 Custodial Supplies A & M Laundry, Inc .......................194.16 Boone Ace Hardware ...................102.64 Boone Hardware.............................35.44 Caffrey Wholesale, Inc...............1,162.65 Central Iowa Distributing ..............207.40 Fuels Boone Co. Treasurer..................4,502.33 Stationery & Forms Caffrey Wholesale, Inc....................27.87 Card Services - VISA ......................69.47 Quill Corporation ............................16.78 Secretary of State Notary ...............30.00 Stone Printing ...............................527.03 Total Choice Shipping ......................8.66 Wal-Mart Community ...................197.95 West Payment Center...................598.56 Wilcox Printing & Publishing ........194.30 Minor Equip. & Hand Tools Central Iowa Distributing ................18.25 Wearing Apparel & Uniform Carpenter Uniform & Promotion ...654.20 DHS Building Maintenance Overton Cleaning..........................810.00 Walters Sanitary Service.................38.86 Food & Provisions Card Services - VISA ....................121.84 Fareway .....................................1,411.09 L & M Gas & Grocery......................40.00 Martin Bros ................................2,478.41 Polk County Auditor .....................500.00 Rent Payments Mike Brincks .................................400.00 Mike Macdougall ..........................285.00 Madrid Historical Society .............325.00 Pinnacle Apartments ....................232.00 Utilities Payments Alliant Energy ................................941.22 Boone Water Department...............83.43 Presto-X Company .......................173.05 Walters Sanitary Service...............331.00 Bus Boone Co. Transportation .........2,432.38 Sheriff Transportation Boone Co. Sheriff .........................516.00 Funeral Services Schroeder Memorial Chapel, Inc ...........................1,520.00 Stark-Welin Funeral Directors.......750.00 Grave Mark/Care of Graves Old Hickory Display ......................380.86 Official Pub.& Legal Not. Mid-America Publishing Corp ......175.69 Stephens Media Iowa, LLC ..........374.01 Wilcox Printing & Publishing ........173.57 Board Proceedings Mid-America Publishing Corp ......779.03 Stephens Media Iowa, LLC ..........719.40 Wilcox Printing & Publishing ........803.91 Postage & Mailing Pitney Bowes, Inc .........................210.50 Purchase Power ...........................500.00 TotalFunds by Hasler .................4,000.00 Employee Mileage & Subsistence Dr. Caleb Glawe............................275.00 Scott Thiel ....................................700.00 Telephone Services Kailyn M. Heston ............................30.00 Russell W. Stevens .........................20.00 U.S. Cellular..................................349.41 Verizon Wireless ...........................808.81 Windstream ...............................1,379.47 Care of Prisoners

Eckstein’s Jewelry ..........................10.00 Data Processing Services Combined Systems Tech, Inc.......685.13 IBM Corporation ........................1,794.69 InfoBunker ......................................90.00 Internet Serv United Network .......335.00 Solutions, Inc .............................3,387.95 Stone Printing ...............................925.43 Windstream ....................................28.00 Educational & Training Service Card Services - VISA ....................626.35 Iowa Co. Attorneys Association .....60.00 Legal & Court-Related Services Ahlers, Cooney,P.C. ......................718.50 Story Co. Sheriff ...............................5.60 Medical & Health Services State Medical Examiner ............1,577.00 Natural & LP Gas Alliant Energy .............................1,136.50 Electric Light & Power Alliant Energy .............................5,361.07 Water Use Boone Water Department.............779.00 MV Equip. Rep. Outside Serv. Boone Hardware.............................25.65 Moffitt’s Ford ................................187.53 Office Equip. & Furn. Rep. Storey-Kenworthy Company ........269.00 Well Capping Clint Hertz.....................................600.00 Dues & Memberships Ia Assn. of Municipal Utilities .......143.75 Contrib. - Other Gov. & Organ. Boone Co. Agricultural Assn ...20,000.00 Agric/Hort. Services RFS Co .........................................427.50 Juvenile Detention Services Central IA Juvenile Detention ....7,183.26 4-H Premiums Boone Co. Agricultural Assn ...19,000.00 Investigation Expense Card Services - VISA ....................225.00 Miscellaneous Expense Boone Co. Treasurer.....................993.00 Major Heating Systems Kruck Plumbing & Heating ...........480.95 Capital Improvements/Maint. Pritchard Brothers, Inc ............61,156.80 Data Processing Equip. CDW Government, Inc. .............2,664.70 Other Equipment/Radio, etc Boone Hardware.............................15.99 Digital Ally, Inc ................................70.00 Radar Road Tec ............................114.00 Gen Supply Fund Official Pub.& Legal Not. Mid-America Publishing Corp ......377.34 Stephens Media Iowa, LLC ..........277.80 Wilcox Printing & Publishing ........366.90 Printing of Ballots Storey-Kenworthy Company .....2,542.11 Educational & Training Service ISACA Secretary / Treasurer ...........70.00 MH-DD Services Fund Outpatient Central Iowa Recovery ..............1,710.00 Prescription Medicine Carroll Apothecary............................3.87 Residential Care Facility Genesis Development ...............1,326.50 Knoxville Residential .................1,390.66 Mallard View, Inc .......................5,224.12 Partnership for Progress............1,643.00 The Pride Group, Inc .................1,677.72 Representative Payee Home Instead Senior Care ...........203.50 Sheriff Transportation Boone Co. Sheriff .........................214.52 Work Activity Services Genesis Development ..................178.70 Adult Day Care Genesis Development ..................584.65 Home Care Services.....................300.00 Supported Employment Services Genesis Development ....................91.46 Legal Representation Johnson Law Firm, PC .................300.00 Mental Health Advocates PESI Healthcare ...........................129.99 Other Human Resources Services Alliant Energy ..................................57.97 Boone Water Department...............38.98 Central Iowa Recovery .................983.25 Genesis Development ..................300.00 Home Instead Senior Care ...........234.00 Employee Mileage & Subsistence John W. Grush ..............................511.20 Brandi Kanselaar ..........................802.48 LouAnn M. Larson ........................131.22 Telephone Services Brandi Kanselaar ............................45.00 Verizon Wireless .............................90.37 Windstream ....................................46.34 Rural Serv. Basic Fund Herbicides/Dust Cont. Chemical D & S Midwest Trailers Sales.....4,865.00 Van Diest Supply Company.......1,500.15 Employee Mileage & Subsistence Boone Co. Treasurer.......................53.14 Telephone Services Windstream ....................................40.21 MV Equip. Rep. Outside Serv. Card Services - VISA ......................53.74 NAPA Auto Parts ..........................157.95 Animal Bounties Boone Area Humane Society ....1,290.86 Secondary Road Fund Asphalt/Concrete Maint./Constr. Denco Highway Construction .41,975.00 Culvert Material Quick Supply Co. .........................143.00 Cover Aggregate & Sand Martin Marietta Aggregates .......1,111.59 Traffic & Street Sign Material Ogden Farm & Feed Center ...........27.14 Bridge/Culvert - CMP American Concrete....................1,774.00 Calhoun-Burns & Assoc. Inc. ..11,925.40 Denco Highway Construction ...4,595.00 Supplies Boone Ace Hardware .......................7.16 Boone Hardware..........................13.99 Fuels Martin Oil Wholesale .................6,945.50 Quick Oil Company .................27,268.35 Lubricants Iowa Dept. of Transportation ..........94.08

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Outside Serv. Arnold Motor Supply ......................78.14 Heartland Tire & Auto Center .......670.00 Van Wall Equipment .......................61.50 Brush Cutting Chemicals Card Services - VISA ......................60.00 Iowa Dept. of Agricultural and ........15.00 Infrastructure & Other Imp. Dale & Faye Erickson.................7,007.00 Mid States Steel ........................4,100.00 Roads Dale & Faye Erickson....................993.00 Wicks Construction, Inc ..........61,878.82 Task Force Task Force Expense Card Services - VISA .................1,589.99 Jail Commissary Fund Wearing Apparel & Uniform DISH ...............................................54.00 Stellar Services, LLC ....................238.69 Wanda’s Hair Gallery ......................15.00 Reserve Deputy Fund Other / Misc. Expense Carpenter Uniform & Promotion ...113.90 Webster Co. Sheriff Reserve ........340.00 Grant Fiscal Agent Fund Boone Co. Sheriff ......................1,435.00 Boone News Republican ..............474.75 CADCA ......................................4,560.00 Windstream ....................................14.32 Kelly A. Wooden ........................4,348.07 County Comm. Serv. Case Mngt. Custodial Supplies Madison Co. Treasurer ...................68.13 Stationery & Forms Madison Co. Treasurer ...................44.34 Quill Corporation ............................16.78 Wilcox Printing & Publishing ..........59.54 Utilities Payments Madison Co. Treasurer .................112.73 Technical Services County Case Mngt. Service .........724.50 Employee Mileage & Subsistence Jessica R. Beebe..........................124.20 Brian Drey .....................................236.70 Brandi Kanselaar ............................45.90 LouAnn M. 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Ruth’s Reflections J

une 21 was summer solstice, one of my favorite days of the year as it not only symbolically ushers in the summertime but here in Taos it also generally means the end of the spring winds. Late spring frosts are over and flowers are blooming everywhere. Last month’s snow in the mountains and rain had come at the perfect time to be of the most benefit. Hay fields had a big growth spurt and grass turned lush and green, as the ground soaked in the much needed moisture. This past week has been a busy one for local farmers, mowing their hay fields and baling. It was a busy time for me, too, putting in hay. I bought the remainder of last year’s hay from a friend who wanted to clear out his shed to make room for the new hay that was being baled. It was still nice and green, and I was happy to buy it for $5 a bale. Just last month, I’d paid $13 a bale for some hay that wasn’t nearly as nice. And then the new hay came. Now my hay storage area is filled with freshly baled hay that smells heavenly. I could sit out there for hours, enjoying that smell. After the past few years of struggling to find affordable, good quality hay for the horses, I really appreciate this time of abundant hay. There’s lots of good hay being baled locally, and I have several growers that are eager to sell to me because I buy their trailer loads of 100 bales at a time, which makes it convenient for them. I’d contracted 1200 bales from a grower in Colorado also, and he called to tell me he was bringing the first load of 100 down this week. I don’t have a big shed to store hay in, so have to get creative to figure out where to stash all the hay that’s coming. It’ll be stored, floor to ceiling, in stalls that we’re not using for the summer months, my garage, and on pallets covered with a tarp. Last week was super busy, the first full week of summer lessons and activities. We had 10 people for equine-assisted therapy one day, eight kids’ lessons the next day, and six more the day after that. After months of preparation, it was wonderful to see it all come together. The volunteers were wonderful, working together to make it all run smoothly, the horses were great, and the weather cooperated for the most part. One of the mothers who brought her two kids out for their first lesson sent me an email afterwards. She said “besides loving our lesson, I was so amazed at how you managed kids, volunteers AND horses so gracefully.” That made my day. It had been intense and I needed to hear that, because along with all the successes, we also experienced yet another huge loss. I had planned to use the two Norwegian Fjords for the last lesson on Wednesday afternoon. While the kids were grooming the ponies a couple volunteers helped me groom the Fjords, then we headed up to the barn to saddle them. We got halfway to the barn when Victor stopped and let loose with a nasty stream of liquid manure. It was obvious that he had something going on, so we took him back to his turnout and used another horse for the lesson. Victor seemed OK after that. The skies had turned dark and we got a brief thunderstorm and I figured he was possibly just reacting to the sudden shift in the weather, as horses sometimes do. We washed his tail and I kept an eye on him to make sure he was OK. He seemed fine and at dinnertime he ate, and all seemed normal. He did not have any more diarrhea and did not act colicky. The next morning when I went out to feed, I found Victor lying outside the barn. He had apparently just lay down and died, probably from colic. There was no sign of struggle, he wasn’t sweaty and he didn’t appear to have been stressed or in pain. It didn’t make sense. He was an older horse, in his 20s, but healthy and fit. Fjords are like little draft horses, very stoic, but this was a real shock. These things happen with horses. It never makes sense and it’s hard to accept. Colic is the number one cause of unexpected death in horses, but I’ve been fortunate to not have lost many to colic. It was hard losing Victor. He was part of our equine family, and he had been a favorite for the kids and equine-assisted therapy program since coming to the sanctuary last fall. We usually do not know much about the history of the older horses, like Victor, that we take in. We just give them the best life that we can, love them, and take care of them. Sometimes their time with us is way too short. The lessons that we learn from the horses are often a metaphor for life. Last week was wonderful, intense, emotional, a time for celebration and a time of sadness. What a start to the summer! Until next time, Ruth B.

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Almanac

Our Town

BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, CHURCHES

THE WEEKLY SOCIAL SCENE AND A LOOK BACK ON OUR HISTORY

CHURCHES OF WEST BOONE CO.

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tom Prochnow, Pastor Tuesday, June 24: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 25: Faith Unit meets at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 26: TOPS meets at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 28: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Sunday, June 29: Worship with Communion at Swede Valley at 9 a.m. Coffee fellowship is at 10 a.m. Monday, June 30: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Tuesday, July 1: Women’s Bible study is at 10 a.m. COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary Hoyt, Pastor Wednesday, June 25: Navigator Day Camp is from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ogden Manor worship is at 1:30 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Thursday, June 26: Navigator Day Camp is from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, June 27: Navigator Day Camp is from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 28: Ogden Fun Days parade starts at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, June 29: Prayer gathering is at 8:15 a.m. Worship with Pastor Gary leading is at 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 1: Daniel Plan meeting is at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 2: Grace Circle meets at 1:30 p.m. Hope Circle meets at 2 p.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Wade Brandt, Pastor Wednesday, June 25: Bible class is at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 26: Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. Saturday, June 28: Worship and Holy Communion are at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 29: Worship and Holy Communion are at 9 a.m. Televised worship is at 7 p.m. on Channel 6. BOXHOLM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rod Meyer, Pastor Wednesday, June 25: Bible study at Faith Lutheran at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 29: Fellowship is at 9:30 a.m. Worship is at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 30 to July 3: Vacation Bible School at Trinity at 8:30 a.m. Theme: “Weird Animals”. CHURCH OF CHRIST 502 W WALNUT

Sunday: Bible class is at 9:30 a.m. (Classes for all ages.) Worship service is at 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible Study is at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. James Bruch, Pastor Saturday, June 28: Mass is at 6 p.m. PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO Sunday morning Mass for the remainder of June. BOXHOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship is at 9:45 a.m. Ad board meets the fourth Wednesday of June, August, October and December of this year at 7:30 p.m. Joy Circle meets the first Thursday at 1:30 p.m. PILOT MOUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dennis Shepherd, Pastor Sunday worship service is at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school is from 10 to 11 a.m. AA meets at 7 p.m. Monday. Quilters meet Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m. WATER’S EDGE CHURCH “For the Thirsty Soul” 341 W WALNUT

Rick Summerhays, Pastor Bible Study is from 9 to 10 a.m. Gathering is from 10 to 10:15 a.m.: Pre-service snacks served. Service is from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.: Contemporary music and a relevant message from God’s Word. OGDEN BAPTIST CHURCH Curt Fincham, Pastor Sunday: Sunday school for all ages is at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship is at 10:30 a.m. Evening service is at 6 p.m.

OBITUARIES

Enterprising youngsters earning money for Adventureland

Gerald “Jerry” Fisher Jerry Fisher, age 84, of 861 J Avenue, rural Boone, died Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines. A Funeral Mass was held Tuesday, June 24 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Ogden with Rev. James Bruch officiating. Burial was in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Boone with Military Honors conducted by the Boone Veterans Council. Gerald William Fisher was born in Boone Nov. 10, 1929, the son of Raymond and Mary (Wheelock) Fisher. He graduated from Pilot Mound High School in 1947 and then served with the United States Navy during the Korean War. On Jan. 18, 1962 Jerry married Helen Wisecup at Sacred Heart Church in Boone. For 31 years Jerry worked at the Boone County Hospital in Boone as a maintenance man. He retired in 1991. He also grain farmed, raised livestock, and served as janitor at St. John’s. Jerry enjoyed coon hunting, history, reading westerns, and gardening. He was a member of the American Legion Post #56 in Boone and the Knights of Columbus in Ogden. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, a son George, an infant JERRY FISHER brother Raymond ‘Junior’, and a sis1929 - 2014 ter Rose Gaskill. He is survived by his wife Helen of rural Boone, a son Nick Fisher of Boone and his two daughters Kristi Fisher and Travis of Iowa Falls, and Brittany Campfield and husband Zach of Boone; two daughters, Marie Fisher of Renton, Washington and her children Alex, Austin, and Jayden, all of Renton, and Nancy Bougher and husband Travis of Des Moines and their children Michael, Dezeray, and Brandon Bougher, all of Des Moines; a brother John Fisher and wife Pauline of Pilot Mound; two sisters JoAnn Fields of Weston, Florida, and Patricia Anderson and husband Denny of Davenport; two great grandchildren Xander and Jerry, and a third, soon to be born. In memory of Jerry, memorials may be directed to St. John’s Catholic Church, the Iowa Heart Center, or the Iowa Kidney Foundation. Online condolences may be made to www.schroedermemorialchapel. com.

Brian E. Sparks Brian Sparks, 61, of Ames, IA, passed away Friday, June 20, 2014, at Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames. Brian’s wishes were to be cremated. Memorial services will be held 10:30 a.m., Thursday, June 26, 2014, at the Beaver Church of the Brethren in Beaver, IA with Rev. Dr. Katharine Yarnell officiating. Burial will be in Beaver Cemetery in Beaver at a later date. Visitation will be one hour prior to services at the church. For online obituaries and condolences please visit: www.carsonstappfuneralhome. com. Brian Eldon Sparks was born July 26, 1952 in Jefferson, IA, the son of Archie and Yvonne (Murray) Sparks. He graduated with the Ogden High School class of 1970. After high school he attended DMACC in Boone for 2 years. On Aug. 9, 1986, Brian was united in marriage to Colleen Pepper at the Iowa Arboretum. Brian worked for the Iowa Arboretum for 23 years as a Horticulturist, then for 10 years as a groundskeeper for Iowa State University. Brian was a member of the Methodist Church in Beaver and the Iowa Nut Growers. He enjoyed music, trees, gardening and loved the BRIAN ELDON SPARKS outdoors and nature. Brian carved 1952 - 2014 wooden canes in his free time. Brian is survived by his wife, Colleen of Ames; two sons; John (Tena) Swanson of Bondurant, and Judd (Spring) Bork of Boone; two grandchildren, Megan Ellis and Elizabeth Bork; one great grandchild, Anabella Griesbach; one brother, Alan (Barb) Sparks of Boone and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.

“When life gives you lemons, don’t make lemonade. Let us do it for you” says their sign at 602 Division Street. Enterprising youngsters R. J. Ellsworth, Linda Millard and Natalie Motz are hoping to earn enough money through cookie and lemonade sales for a day at Adventureland.

Ogden UMW met June 18 The Ogden United Methodist Women met the evening of June 18, 2014 in the Fellowship Hall with 16 members present. Monica Circle was hostess. Carol Treloar led the program, “Calling to Build Community”. Denise Ryan read scripture. Cathy Aldrich opened the business meeting with a devotion from Jesus Calling. Janice Schlicht read from the Prayer Calendar. The Secretary’s report from the May meeting was read and approved. Prayer and concerns were expressed. Mission coordinator, Eunice Sterner gave a report. Janice Anderson explained about the reading program. The books are in the north hallway. Five members

have done the required reading. Lunch needs to be served for the Navigator Camp on Wednesday, June 25. Sharon Lingren, Sandy Friesen, and Cathy Aldrich will be the workers. Be at the church at 10 a.m. Marge Eshelman, Janice Schlicht and Cathy Aldrich will make sandwiches, Sandy Friesen, fruit, cookies Sharon Lingren and Evelyn Randall, Kris Brend, chips and dip and Frances Kauffman, vegetables. Janice Anderson will go to the Manor on June 25. The next meeting will be July 16 with Glory Circle as hostess. The meeting closed with reciting the UMW Purpose and Monica Circle serving lunch.

BETHEL CHURCH D. Ray Hoke, Pastor

Adult Care and Share is from 6:45 to 8 p.m. Men’s and women’s group home Bible studies are available. Call 2754091 for information.

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

Sunday: Morning worship is at 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages, including adult electives is from 11 to 11:45 a.m. Evening services for adults and Jr./Sr. High youth are at 6 p.m. Wednesday: AWANA Club is from 6:30 to 8:10 p.m. Jr./Sr. High Bible study is from 6:30 to 8:10 p.m.

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Board of Education will meet June 30 are as follows: call to order; consent agenda; Action items: A. Superintendent, 1. Contract for grant writing services - Melinda Gallagher, PhD; other; adjourn.

The church of Christ Who are these people? What role does the Spirit have in the new birth? God used the agency of the Holy Spirit to reveal His Word unto man. “Prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit” (2 Peter 1:21). Paul goes into great detail in 1 Corinthians 2:7-13 to explain how the Spirit revealed the message of God to the apostles. When Jesus commands us to be “born of water and of the Spirit,” He has reference to the waters of baptism joined with our obedience to the Spirit revealed word. This passage is much easier to understand in the light of a few other passages. Please note the chart below. Some Parallels Ephesians 5:26 says Christ died for the church “that He might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word.” Here the “washing of water” has reference to baptism. The phrase “by the word” has to refer to the word revealed by the Spirit. In Titus 3:5 we find that salvation is “not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us, by the washing of regeneration, and renewing of the Holy Ghost.” Another parallel is found in 1 Corinthians 12:13, “for by one Spirit we are all baptized into one body.” Both water (baptism) and Spirit are found here. In John 3:5 they are said to be necessary to “enter the kingdom of God.” Paul told the Corinthians these same elements would put us into the “one body.” This body is the church (Col. 1:18). James sums up the whole discussion in James 1:18 by reminding us that “of His own will begat He us with the word of truth.” Since being “born of water and of the Spirit” is required before we can enter the kingdom of God, it would be necessary for us to make certain we have obeyed this command of the Lord. See our broadcast on local channel 6 Sundays at 6 pm & Tuesdays, at 7 pm! “In Search of the Lord’s Way”, Sunday at 7:30 am on KCWI, cable Ch. 9! We would like to invite you to worship with us at 502 W. Walnut! Sunday Bible study at 9:30 a.m., Worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study at 7:00 p.m.

Sunday: Church service is at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.

Robin Good

Briefly The Ogden Community School District Board of Education will hold a special board meeting Monday, June 30, 2014 at 7 a.m. in the District Office. Items on the tentative agenda

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From the June 23, 2004 issue The cast for this year’s community theater presentation has been selected, according to director David Larsen. “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”, will be presented Thursday through Saturday, July 15, 16, and 17 at 7 p.m. at the Ogden High School auditorium. In honor of this year’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, the Iowa State Fair will make a run for it by hosting a statewide torch run. Beginning at each corner of the state, runners will converge in Des Moines Wednesday, Aug. 11, passing through the town of Ogden Tuesday, Aug. 10, enroute to the Iowa State Fair. The city of Ogden is offerin gfree transportation to and from the Boone swimming pool this summer. Ogden’s fifth annual Tour of Gardens is Sunday, June 27 from 2 to 5 p.m. The event is sponsored by CITIZENS and proceeds will go toward community betterment projects. Kevin Smith of Ogden was honored at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine commencement ceremony Friday, May 14, 2004. He was named the recipient of the Gold Foundation Humanism Honor Society award. Cameron Wendt, a 2002 OHS graduate, earned a varsity letter in baseball at Cornell College in Mount Vernon. Cameron is the daughter of Tom and Judy Cleveland, Ogden. Longtime Ogden resident, Irene Buckley, will celebrate her 100th birthday Sunday, July 11, 2004. Mrs. Buckley has been living in Texas the past several years and now resides in the Brookhaven Nursing Home.

30 Years Ago

From the June 27, 1984 Issue The break-in at Ohlson Drug early Monday morning in which drugs, cologne and cash were taken is still under investigation, according to Police Chief Dennis Sesker. With Iowans finally getting some relief from the soggy weather and farmers rushing to get cultivating and replanting accomplished, both Old and New Highway 30 remain closed to traffic due to flood waters caused by record rainfalls earlier this month and water backed up from Saylorville Reservoir. Dean and Jan Stumbo and Bill and Rita Benshoof announce the engagement of their children, Kimberly Lynn Stumbo and William Edward Benshoof II. Kim is a 1982 graduate of Ogden High School. The following students from the Ogden area were named to the dean’s list at Iowa State University for the spring semester: James Beer, geology; Leah Patterson, chemical engineering; and Pamela Peterson, anthropology. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith Jr. renewed their wedding vows in a private prayer service Monday evening, June 18, 1984 at St. John’s Catholic Church with Father James Fangman officiating. Immanuel Lutheran Church Women met Saturday, June 16, in the fellowship room for a 7 a.m. breakfast. Jeanne Johnson and Sherrie Erickson were hostesses and program leaders with Jill Erickson and Shellie Wurpts assisting.

60 Years Ago

From the June 24, 1954 Issue Loss that will run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars was brought to Boone county when the highest flood stage on record on the Des Moines River closed the Fort Dodge and Southern power plant at Fraser, swept the Wilson bridge away, as well as approaches to other bridges, and threatened for a long time the Boone waterworks, the Woodward waterworks and caused havoc all along the way as water rose to a stage of 25.49. Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Shafer of 527 South Boone Street, Boone, announce the marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann and Thomas H. Doran, son of Mrs. Ben Doran of 315 South Boone Street and the late Mr. Doran. Mrs. Lowell Lund and Mrs. Robert Nebbe entertained 30 guests at a linen shower Thursday evening at the C.E. Paulson home as a post-nuptial courtesy honoring Mrs. Donald Ades who, before her marriage was Miss Joyce Hanson of Boxholm. The Immanuel Luther League held its June meeting at the Skone Ranch, riding before the meeting and program. The Logansport Rough Riders were royally entertained by the girls 4-H Club of Logansport on Monday, June 14 at McHose Park. The two clubs enjoyed two hours of swimming and then went to the shelter house where they enjoyed wieners and pop. Dr. and Mrs. R.H. Tesdell will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 27 with an open house at their home.


The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - PAGE FIVE

Sports

SHERIFF’S REPORT

NOBODY COVERS THE BULLDOGS LIKE WE DO!

Ogden softball goes 3-1 in recent action by DAVE PFALTZGRAFF

REPORTER SPORTS WRITER

A 17-2 win over Coon-Rapids Bayard last Wednesday was Ogden’s third win in a row. Madrid and South Central Calhoun fell victim to Ogden earlier in the week. Earlham broke the win streak Friday night downing the Bulldogs 0-4, putting Ogden one game under 500 so far this season. Their record stands at 9-10. A full week lies ahead for Ogden softball with games Monday through Thursday, followed by the RolandStory Tournament Friday and Saturday. Ogden 11 - Madrid 9 Ellie Laws collected 5 of the Bulldogs’ 16 hits in an 11-9 win over the Madrid Tigers Monday, June 16. The Bulldogs pounded out 6 extra base hits including Jordan Poock’s big homer in the top of the third. The score was tied at three. Laws doubled and Olivia Johnson received a free pass. Poock responded by driving the ball over the center field fence for a three-run homer and a 6-3 Bulldog lead. Although Ogden never trailed the rest of the game, the Tigers kept it close. The Bulldogs were led by Laws’s five hits including two doubles. Wheelock added four hits including a double and Carson added two doubles, while driving in three runs. Poock drove in five runs off the homerun and two additional hits. Ogden 11 - Madrid 9 H AB RS K. Wheelock 3B 4 5 3 L. Good 2B 0 2 1 E. Laws DH 5 5 4 B. Carson C 2 3 0 O. Johnson RF 1 3 1 J. Poock P 3 5 1 M. Wenger CF 1 2 1 K. Christensen 1B 0 2 0 A. Lindahl LF 0 3 0

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Ogden 12 - SC Calhoun 2 Wednesday night the Bulldogs pounded out 11 hits in a 12-2 rout of South Central Calhoun in home action. Wheelock and Good led the attack with three hits apiece. Wheelock’s outing included a double and a triple. She drove in three runners and scored 4 times. Good collected three hits while driving in three runs and scoring twice. Lindahl collected two hits scoring three times. Wenger scored two runs. Poock pitched five innings striking out five batters while issuing no free passes. Ogden 12 - SC Calhoun 2 H AB RS K. Wheelock 3B 3 3 4 L. Good SS 3 3 2 E. Laws DH 2 3 1 B. Carson C 0 2 0 O. Johnson RF 1 4 0 J. Poock P 0 3 0 M. Wenger CF 0 1 2 K. Christensen 1B 0 2 0 K. Lindahl LF 2 2 3 L. Anna 2B 0 0 0

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Ogden pounded out eight home runs on their way to a championship Saturday, June 14 at Griswold. Round trippers were made by Jared

Adreon (1), Derek Reutter (3), Treston Hagen (2) and Nick Ross (2). -Tournament photos by T.R. Photography

Bulldogs crowned champs at Griswold Tournament by DAVE PFALTZGRAFF

REPORTER SPORTS WRITER

Both of Ogden’s games at Griswold were high-scoring affairs. Ogden dominated Clarinda 20-5 then was a 15-10 winner over Griswold Saturday, June 14. Bulldog baseball stands at 10-6 after recent losses to Boone and Madrid. This week: Games against Des Moines Christian, Earlham, Woodward-Granger and West Central Valley. Ogden will be hosting a baseball tournament here Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. Madrid 9 - Ogden 5 The Bulldogs surrendered seven late runs in a 9-5 loss to the Madrid Tigers Monday, June 16. Ogden has struggled defensively all season and this game was no different. The local squad surrendered 5 unearned runs in the loss. Nick Ross homered in the sixth but it wasn’t enough. The Bulldogs jumped ahead early in the first. With two men out, Treston Hagen singled. Jared Adreon hit a ground rule double to center. Colton Boggess doubled to right, scoring Hagen and Adreon. Boggess stole third and scored on an infield single by Zane Satre. Ogden added to its lead in the second aided by a Tiger error for a 4-0 lead. Madrid responded with 6 unanswered runs. Ross’s homer in the sixth was the Bulldogs’ only answer before the Tigers tallied three more times for the 9-5 final. Ogden was led by Ross’s homer and doubles by Boggess and Adreon. Madrid 9 - Ogden 5 H AB RS C. Good P 0 3 0 H. Haglund PH 1 0 1 B. Cole SS 0 4 0 T. Hagen 1B 1 3 1 J. Adreon 3B 1 4 1 C. Boggess C 1 4 0 Z. Satre LF 1 2 0 D. Reutter CF 1 4 0 N. Ross RF 1 3 1 G. Tews 2B 1 2 1 C. Paulsen CR 0 0 0

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Coach Dick Smith, far right, coached his team to a tournament championship in his hometown of Griswold. Derek Reutter pitched seven strong innings in a 5-1 Bulldog win over Woodward Academy last Tuesday. Ruetter struck out 9 while issuing just one walk and allowing only five hits. The Bulldogs managed only 4 hits but took advantage of every scoring opportunity. The Knights scored first but the Bulldogs responded in the home half of the third. Ross doubled to left and scored when Cayce Good’s ball was misplayed by the Knights’s right fielder. Good ended up on second base then scored on single by Brian Cole, putting Ogden up 2-1. The Bulldogs added to their lead in the fifth. Boggess and Tews were hit by pitches and a base hit by Cole loaded the bases. Hagen cleared the bases when he tripled to right-center for a 5-1 Bulldog win. Leading Ogden was Cole with two hits. Ross added a double. Good scored two runs and Hagen tripled, driving in three runs. Ogden 5 - Woodward Academy 1 H AB RS RBI C. Good CF 0 3 2 1 B. Cole SS 2 3 1 1 T. Hagen 1B 1 3 0 3 J. Adreon 3B 0 3 0 0 C. Boggess C 0 1 0 0 Z. Satre LF 0 3 0 0 D. Reutter P 0 3 0 0 N. Ross RF 1 3 1 0 G. Tews 2B 0 2 1 0 2B (O) Ross; (WA) Beard 3B (O) Hagen WA OGDEN Pitching Reutter

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Boone 17 - Ogden 6 The Boone Toreadors erupted for nine first inning runs as the Bulldogs suffered a 17-6 loss here Wednesday night. Boone pounded out 12 hits. Ogden made some noise in the fifth. Boone was leading 15-0, when a base hit by Haglund, sandwiched by walks to Boggess and Paulsen, loaded the bases. Waterbury singled, driving in two runs. With the aid of Boone errors, the Bulldogs tallied 4 times to cut into the Boone lead at 15-6. Boone tallied two more times in the sixth for the 17-6 final. Ogden was led by two hits by Good including a double. Hagen added another double. Boone 17 - Ogden 6 H AB RS C. Good CF 2 3 1 B. Cole SS 0 1 0 D. Eich 0 1 0 T. Hagen 1B 1 3 0 J. Adreon 3B 0 1 0 Z. Waterbury 0 2 0 C. Boggess C 0 2 1 Z. Satre LF 0 1 0 H. Haglund 1 2 1 D. Reutter RF 0 1 0 C. Paulsen 0 1 1 Z. McCloud DH 0 0 0 A. Waterbury 1 2 1 G. Tews 2B 1 2 1

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BCSO began an investigation into physical abuse that occurred in the 2100 block of QM Lane. 4:56 p.m.: Jonathan Bennett was arrested on Boone County warrants for assault, and probation revocation. Wednesday, June 4 3:36 p.m.: Deputies were called to the 300 block of 330th St. to a report of a person slashing herself with a piece of glass. The person was transported to the BCH for her injuries. 4:10 p.m.: A person called the BCSO to report someone had came into their house and stole an X-box computer game and some change from a jar. A deputy was assigned and began an investigation. Thursday, June 5 9:30 a.m.: A person called the BCSO to report that she had been assaulted by another person in the 400 block of 190th St. After a brief investigation each of the parties separated and left. No charges were filed. 1:18 p.m.: A deputy arrested Sarah Schwaller on a warrant from Boone County. 9:04 p.m.: A deputy arrested Cody Janssen on a mittimus/warrant for contempt of court. Friday, June 6 9:19 a.m.: Alan beard was arrested on a warrant from Boone County for violation of a court order. 3:20 p.m.: A person called from the 100 block of Walnut St. in Pilot Mound to let the BCSO know that her son was assaulted by a older student. A deputy was sent to investigate the incident and made contact with the suspect. The suspect was warned about future incidents and released. 3:41 p.m.: A deputy began an investigation into the misuse of the 911 system. 4:51 p.m.: A person called the 911 center and told the communication specialist there were peddlers on her property trying to sell cleaning products despite the no trespassing on their property. A deputy began an investigation into the incident. Saturday, June 7 12:28 p.m.: The Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office called and said they have Kyle Boyer in custody on a Boone County warrant for failure to appear. A deputy drove to Burlington to transport Boyer back to Boone. Sunday, June 8 9:02 p.m.: A person called the BCSO to report shots being fired in the 700 block of V Ave. A deputy was sent to the location and located several individuals in the area. All the individuals were identified at that location, and the investigation is continuing. Monday, June 9 8:38 a.m.: A person called to report some vandalism to a trailer in the 6100 block of Lincolnway. A deputy was sent to investigate the report. 2:20 p.m.: The UPRR called to let the BCSO know there was a trespasser in the rail yard. A deputy and a Boone PD officer checked the area but did not locate the individual.

Saturday, May 31 3:09 p.m.: The BCSO office was called to an accident at Montana Rd. and Highway 30. A car driven by Scott Rivers was stopped at the stop sign and pulled into the path of a vehicle driven by Richard Puski. The cars collided in the eastbound lanes. After the collision the Puski vehicle struck a stop sign and went into the ditch. Rivers was charged with failure to yield. There were no injuries. Sunday, June 1 4:59 a.m.: A person called the BCSO to report that her boyfriend had beaten her and fired a gun at her. Deputies responded to the residence in the 2100 block of QM Ave. After a confrontation with deputies and a brief struggle Marty Boresi was arrested, and the caller Valerie Bollie was arrested for giving false information to law enforcement. The incident remains under investigation. 11:30 a.m.: A person called the BCSO to report a theft from her residence in the 100 block of 2nd St. in Pilot Mound. A deputy was assigned the case and the investigation into the incident is continuing. 12:40 p.m.: The BCSO assisted the Greene County sheriff office and the BPD with a search warrant in the 1700 block of Linn. This is part of an on going investigation. Monday, June 2 12:38 a.m.: A person called the BCSO to report a possible drunk driver westbound on Highway 30 from Ames. A deputy stopped the vehicle in the 400 block of Highway 30. The driver of the vehicle Johnathan Laue was not intoxicated but had some drivers license issues and was arrested for other offenses. 6:46 a.m.: Brittany Kelley was arrested on a warrant from Boone County for failure to appear. 10:17 a.m.: A judge from the Boone County Courthouse called and advised they needed courtroom security for a sentencing. 4:40 p.m.: A deputy from the BCSO was notified of a burglary in progress in the city of Woodward and he would be responding. Two individuals were attempting to make entry into some abandon apartments in Woodward. The burglars were scared off after 911 was called. 5:54 p.m.: A deputy from the BCSO did a sex offender check in the 1400 block of 7th St. The deputy was unable to locate the individual. 11:39 p.m.: A person called the BCSO to assist her in looking for her father who may be lost. A deputy began a search for the person who was eventually located at another residence. Tuesday, June 3 2:12 a.m.: The Ames Police Department had an armed robbery of the Swift Stop on Lincolnway and requested the assistance of the BCSO K-9 Bandit. A deputy and Bandit responded to the area and tracked the suspect for some time but did not locate the person responsible for the robbery. The investigation is continuing. 10:10 a.m.: A deputy from the

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PAGE SIX - The Ogden Reporter, Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Public Notices

THE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF OUR GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

OGDEN COMM. SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS AND CLAIMS Minutes of a Regular Monthly Meeting of The Board of Directors of the Ogden Community School District June 9, 2014 I. CALL TO ORDER: The Ogden Board of Education held a regular Board meeting Monday, June 9, 2014 in the Ogden Community School District High School Cafeteria. Members present included Pete Bergstrom, Tom Cleveland, Sally Good, Camille Schroeder (arrived at 6:38 p.m.), and Matt Van Sickle. Meeting was called to order by President Sally Good at 6:35pm. Other members present were Superintendent Brad Jermeland and Kris Van Pelt, Board Secretary. II. GOOD NEWS: Superintendent Jermeland shared good news from throughout the district. III. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Approval of Agenda 2. Approval of Minutes • Regular Meeting, Monday, May 12, 2014 • Special Meeting, Wednesday, May 21, 2014 3. Monthly List of Bills • May 2014 Activity, $92,592.97 & Nutrition Fund, $31,876.38; June 2014 including General Fund, $106,473.07; Management Fund, $1,758.61; PERL, $4,085.20; PPEL, $2,313.75; and Sales Tax Funds, $6,961.50. 4. Personnel Recommendations Appointments: • Bradley Sexe, K-6 Vocal and 5-6 Band Instructor, BA Step 5 $35,547.95; Instrumental – Step 5 2.5%, $731.66; Vocal – Step 5 1%, $292.66; replacing Elizabeth Studer, beginning in the 2014-15 school year • Nathan Tobey, Head High School Girls Basketball Coach, Step 2 13%, $3,461.32; replacing Lanny Stumbo, beginning in the 2014-15 school year Resignations • Valerie Arnold, Elementary 1:1 Associate, effective at the end of the 2013-14 school year • Jared Hefler, Middle School Wrestling Coach, effective at the end of the 2013-14 school year Tom Cleveland moved to approve the consent agenda items. Camille Schroeder seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. IV. DELEGATIONS/PETITIONS/COMMUNICATIONS: The floor was opened to delegations, petitions, or communication on items not on the agenda. There were none. V. ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS A. District 1. Mentorship Presentation – Nick Glenn, OHS Junior: Nick Glenn, an OHS Junior, presented to the board a power point reviewing the mentorship he had completed with the Ogden Police Department. He shared what his duties consisted of, who he worked with and his opinion of a mentorship and if it was a valid peek into the real world of law enforcement. 2. High School Baseball Field Project – Snyder & Associates: Snyder & Associates reviewed updated plans and specifications of the High School Baseball Field project. The following documents were reviewed and discussed: Engineer’s Opinion of Probable Construction Cost – Bid Package One & Two and the Project Schedule. Following the presentation and discussion, Tom Cleveland moved to approve the updated construction costs and specifications and set the public hearing date for July 14, 2014. Pete Bergstrom seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. 3. Sports You Deserve Agreement: Tabled until further information is obtained. 4. District Managed Print Systems: Camille Schroeder moved to approve a four-year lease with Ricoh, Inc. for $26,664/year. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. 5. 12-Month Classified Employees – Vacation: The Board discussed 12 month classified employee vacation information gathered from other districts. 6. Use of District Facilities & Equipment: The Board reviewed the district’s current policy on facility usage and directed the superintendent to contact other districts on their policies. Information gathered will be discussed at the regular July meeting. B. Curriculum/School Improvement/ Professional Development 1. Iowa Assessment Results 2013-14: Mr. Dave Neubauer reviewed the progress of students in grades 3-11 for Iowa Assessments comparing matched cohorts for the current year 2013-14 and the previous year 2012-13. C. Special Education Headcount: No report. D Technology 1. NFHS Network – School Broadcast Program: Matt Van Sickle moved to approve a contract with NFHS Network to participate in a School Broadcast Program. The program provides individual schools with an education based broadcasting program that enables students and faculty to capture, edit and publish original content. Pete Bergstrom seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. E. Finance/Facilities/Support Services 1. Monthly Financial Reports: Camille Schroeder moved to approve the May 2014 monthly financial reports. Matt Van Sickle seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. F. Superintendent 1. Board Policy Series Codes – 605-607 – Second Reading: Camille Schroeder moved to approve the second reading of Board Policy Series Codes 605-607, tabling Code No. 605.6 – Internet – Appropriate Use. Tom Cleveland seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. 2. Board Policy Series Codes – 700-705 – First Reading: Matt Van Sickle moved to approve the first reading of Board Policy Series Codes 700-705. Pete Bergstrom seconded the motion. The mo-

tion carried 5-0. 3. 2015 Legislative Priorities: Each district has the opportunity to submit five (5) prioritized legislative priorities. These priorities must be submitted to IASB by August 8. The entire list of 2014 IASB Legislative Action Priorities and Resolutions was provided for reference. The Board can suggest amendments to exiting resolutions or recommend new resolutions. The Board will review, set and submit their priorities by August 8. 4. Board Calendar: The Board calendar was reviewed. 5. Next Board Agenda-Draft: A draft agenda for the regular meeting July 14 was reviewed. VI. OTHER • Set Monday, June 30, 2014 at 7:00 a.m. in the district office for a special meeting to approve end of fiscal year business. • Teacher Leadership Compensation Grant –contract with a grant writer • Open enrollment transportation • Ogden Early Learning Center – waiting list VII. ADJOURN: There was no further business to come before the Board for consideration at this time. Camille Schroeder moved to adjourn. Pete Bergstrom seconded the motion. The motion carried 5-0. President Chet Hollingshead adjourned the meeting at 9:38 p.m. Reports and documents and the full text of motions, resolutions or policies considered by the Board at this meeting are on file in the Board Secretary’s office, 515-275-2894, Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sally Good, President Kris Van Pelt, Secretary OPERATING FUND ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRATORS....................................$ 426.60 AHLERS & COONEY, P.C. ............404.00 ALDRICH, CATHY ........................120.00 AMES COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT .............................3,000.50 ANITA ENGRAVING ......................161.23 BLACK HILLS ENERGY ...............568.11 BOONE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST. .....................................4,311.25 BOSE CORPORATION - SST .......489.95 BRELSFORD, NIKKI ....................703.80 BRITTON, JEREMY .....................134.45 C.H. MCGUINESS CO., INC ........568.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO. ........................7,540.27 CARLSON, MAKAYLA ...................50.00 CASEY’S GENERAL STORE .....1,488.65 CHUMBLEY, AMY .........................89.59 CLAIMAID ..................................1,036.96 CLARK’S FOOD MART ................129.34 DES MOINES REGISTER ...............35.00 DREES HEATING AND PLUMBING .............................712.50 E.L.M. STREET PRESCHOOL ...7,245.01 EMERSON, DAVID .......................200.00 FES ...............................................158.00 FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC ..............................944.93 GILBERT COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ............................1,500.25 GRAINGER ...................................128.95 HEARTLAND AEA 11....................844.18 HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING CO ...................160.00 IOWA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES ..........................12,551.10 IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION ASSN.......................................220.00 IOWA TESTING PROGRAMS .......612.16 J&L CUSTOM SERVICES, LLC .1,620.00 JOHNSON, RANDY .......................50.00 MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING CORPORATION .....................234.33 O’HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL ....43.29 OGDEN FARM & FEED CENTER..227.49 OGDEN HOT LUNCH FUND ........278.33 OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES ...........................15,625.75 OGDEN TELEPHONE COMPANY ...........................1,167.67 PERFECTION LEARNING CORP. ......................................552.38 POSTMASTER................................86.00 QUICK OIL CO. .........................3,105.93 RIEMAN MUSIC, INC. ..................203.53 RODGERS PLUMBING-HEATINGWIRING ...................................367.36 SEMINOLE RETAIL ENERGY SERVICES, LLC ...................8,101.33 SUTTON, JULIE .............................17.00 TEACHING TEXTBOOKS INC ......194.90 THRANE, JANNETTE ....................54.00 U.S. CELLULAR .............................84.52 UNITED COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST. ...................................24,004.00 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, THE .......398.00 VERIZON BUSINESS ...................326.46 VISA ................................................75.00 WALMART COMMUNITY ...............42.53 WOODWARD-GRANGER CSD ......................................3,078.49 MANAGEMENT FUND ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRATORS.........................................47.40 WOODWARD-GRANGER CSD ......................................1,711.21 PLAYGROUND J&L CUSTOM SERVICES, LLC.......................................3,584.00 MID-CONTENENT LUMBER DEALERS SUPPLY CO ..........501.20 PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT RICOH USA, INC. ......................2,313.75 LOCAL OPTION SALES & SERVICES TAX FUND INFINITE CAMPUS INC .............6,961.50 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO. ...........................3,313.18 CAPPS, STEPHANIE .....................39.35 CLARK’S FOOD MART ....................1.19 KECK, INC. .....................................64.82 LESTER REFRIGERATION ...........225.72 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING CO., INC .............................12,371.09 OGDEN BUILDING SUPPLY, INC .............................85.00 OGDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST ............................0.00 OGDEN GENERAL FUND .......15,758.33 PETERSON, DUSTINE ..................17.70 ACTIVITY FUND 5X80 GOLF & CC ...........................60.00 A SPECIAL EVENT DJ ..................495.00 ASPI SOLUTIONS INC .................186.00

CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS AND CLAIMS REGULAR MEETING June 3, 2014 The Ogden City Council met in Regular Session on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. Mayor Denny Good presided. Council members present were Brian Reimers, Dave Ohlson, Margaret Liston, Sean Thompson, and Lori Anderson. Others present were Lee Johnson, Donovan Olson, Jennifer Stumbo, Mick Bailey, Dan Buzzell, Richard Schmidt, Gail Rodgers, Lori Good, Donna Ohlson, Matthew Van Sickle, Robin Good, Leo Ray, Chad Thede, Jerry Pharaoh, Jeremy Stumbo, and Jamy Stumbo. Councilwoman Anderson moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to approve the Regular Meeting minutes of Tuesday, May 6, 2014. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Councilwoman Liston moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to approve the May Treasurer’s report. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Department heads submitted reports for their respective departments to the Mayor and Council. City Administrator Donovan Olson reported that the City will now be responsible for emptying the garbage cans at Howe Fields, some games had been cancelled, and the refrigerator in the Concession Stand had been fixed. The pool bus started on Monday June 3rd and will stop at Howe Elementary School to pick up Kids Club members. Police Chief Mick Bailey continues to work with a resident on speeding issues on 4th Street. Councilman Ohlson moved, Councilman Thompson seconded, to approve Resolution No. 392 “A resolution to approve the budget amendment for fiscal year 2013/2014 as published.” ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Mayor Good opened the public hearing for the Street Resurfacing Project at 7:08 p.m. Street Superintendent Dan Buzzell informed Council that the City had received a bid from Manatts for $175,000, not to include any patching. The Street Committee will work on cutting down the project to stay at $165,000 to include patching. With no comment from the Public, Mayor Good closed the Public Hearing at 7:11 p.m. Councilman Thompson moved, Councilwoman Liston seconded, to approve the bid submitted by Manatts Inc. with a reduction to a manageable amount of approximately $165,000 including patching to be determined by the Streets Committee. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. City Administrator Olson presented three different payment options for the Glenwood Cemetery land purchase; take out a full loan from the bank, take out a loan against Certificates of Deposits at a reduced interest rate, or a combination of a bank loan and cashing in permanent fund CDs. A resident suggested taking out a loan until the CDs mature and then cash them in. The Council agreed to take out a loan against the CDs at a reduced interest rate. Sewer Superintendent Chad Thede requested approval for the purchase of a new Sewer truck. The truck will be purchased from Moffitt Ford at a bid price set by the Department of Transportation. It will be a standard truck with a sliding rear window, uplift switches, cloth seat and tool boxes. Councilman Thompson moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to approve the purchase of a new Sewer truck with the additions mentioned. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Councilwoman Anderson moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to approve a cigarette permit for Casey’s General Store and Clark’s Food Mart. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Councilwoman Liston moved, Councilwoman Anderson seconded, to approve rescheduling the July Council Meeting to July 8, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Under old business, two bids for the Quiet Zone project were received on May 27th and came in at $267,072 and $227,057. The bids were above the engineer’s estimate of $184,285. Councilman Reimers moved, Councilwoman Liston seconded, to reject all bids, release contractor’s bid bonds, rebid the same plans and extend the date of completion to give contractors an expanded window of time to complete the project. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. City Administrator Olson will continue to work with Bolton & Menk on the project. Councilman Ohlson suggested applying for grants to the Leonard Good Trust and the Rail Safety Fund. A resident said that the project should not exceed $200,000, and that for the project and suggested that the money be used instead for other needs like a retirement home. Another resident said the project could increase the population in Ogden, which would then increase the tax base, generating more revenue for the City. City Administrator Olson informed Council that he contacted Carl McKnight concerning the agreement for the usage variance at 607 South First Street. McKnight is working to move the renters out by the end of June. Tom Hollingshead will move his business office into the rental which will fulfill the requirements of the Iowa Department of Transportation and the City of Ogden. Sewer Superintendent Thede explained the non-compliance letter that the City had received. Due to cold weather issues in February and March the nutrient levels were above State standards. Thede is working to address the issue and inform the Iowa Department of Natural Resources of the progress . City Administrator Olson will continue working with City Attorney Lee Johnson in revising a permit for any work done in the City right of way. Police Chief Mick Bailey is working with a resident who wrote a letter to the City concerning vehicles parked on an adjacent property and kids standing on the vehicles to look over a privacy fence. An Ogden resident and member of Ogden Legacy is working on cleaning up properties that have become an issue. Councilwoman Liston suggested dividing the City up and having a competition to clean up properties. City Administrator Olson received word that the Department of Natural Resources will be providing Ogden with a tree inventory through a grant program. Councilman Reimers suggested that the Eagle Scouts help. Olson will meet with the Eagle Scouts to discuss their interest in the project. Councilman Reimers also suggested that an Ash tree replacement plan be established so that the City is prepared. Under new business, Mayor Denny Good expressed the need for a storm shelter for residents. Police Chief Bailey explained that the officer on duty at the time of a storm unlocks the bottom level of the Leonard Good Community Center, making it available to residents to find shelter. He will inform the media of this plan in a Public Service Announcement. Councilman Reimers suggested that a Hazardous Mitigation grant be explored for a safe room. Councilwoman Anderson moved, Councilman Reimers seconded, to approve the

BALLARD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS .................................85.00 CARROLL COUNTRY CLUB ..........60.00 CEDAR POINTE GOLF COURSE ...50.00 CLARK’S FOOD MART .............1,074.50 EVERLASTINGS ...........................184.00 GOLDEN VALLEY HARDSCAPES LLC ..........................137.50 GRAND SLAM ..............................625.00 GRAPHIC EDGE, THE ..............2,575.88 GUTHRIE CENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT .................80.00 HOLIDAY INN CAPITOL ..........41,215.24 HUNTER, DIANE .........................174.10 IGHSAU ........................................100.00 IOWA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION...........................30.00 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.............................2.00 J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC. .............25.00 KRUSE, KARA .............................126.20 LAKE PANORAMA NATIONAL GOLF COURSE .........................60.00 OGDEN FARM & FEED CENTER....11.39 OGDEN GENERAL FUND .........2,688.68 OGDEN HOT LUNCH FUND ........268.69 PAULSEN, GARY .........................140.00 PERRY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST. ..........................90.00 REIMERS, BRIAN ..........................50.93 REIMERS, BRIAN ..........................53.83 ROLAND STORY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ..................80.00 SAM’S CLUB/GECF .....................186.70 SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN CSD ...........................................60.00 SOUTHEAST WEBSTERGRAND CSD .............................25.00 STAR DESTINATIONS .............37,516.68 STUMPS .......................................191.82 SUNSTREAM RETREAT CENTER ....0.00 SUNSTROM-MILLER PRESS.........12.00 SVENDSON, CHAD .......................54.28 TIMBERPINE, INC. .......................269.98 VISA ...........................................2,382.57 VISIONBANK ................................850.00 WILLOW VALE GOLF CLUB ..........10.00 WOODWARD-GRANGER CSD ......65.00 ZINNEL, SHANNON ....................240.00

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following claims.

CLAIMS AFLAC, insurance........................................................................................... $ 131.20 ACCESS SYSTEMS, copier charges................................................................... 97.20 AG SOURCE LABORATORIES, wastewater testing........................................... 512.72 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY, supplies .................................................................... 8.28 BAKER & TAYLOR, books .................................................................................. 709.56 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS, magazine subscription ................................. 20.00 BLACK HILLS ENERGY, gas ........................................................................... 1,233.93 BOOK SYSTEMS, books................................................................................ 1,931.00 BOONE CONSTRUCTION, library renovation ............................................... 32,051.00 BULLDOG MOWING, property mowing ............................................................... 77.00 CLARK’S FOOD, supplies .................................................................................. 973.87 D.J. GONGOL & ASSOCIATES, pump repair ..................................................... 910.48 DELTA DENTAL, insurance ................................................................................ 528.71 DEMCO, book supplies ........................................................................................ 50.00 EFTPS.............................................................................................................. 6,296.44 ELECTRIC PUMP, pump maintenance ............................................................ 1,561.45 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, pager rental ......................................................... 12.00 EMERSON PIANO SERVICE, piano tuning at Comm Cntr .................................. 30.00 FOX ENGINEERING, engineering services .................................................... 2,832.50 GOOD LAWN CARE, mowing ......................................................................... 1,397.00 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO, vehicle maint ........................................................... 74.47 HSA BANK, health savings account................................................................ 1,598.31 IMAGETEK, radix................................................................................................ 105.00 INFOMAX, copier .............................................................................................. 161.00 IOWADOT, supplies for park.............................................................................. 236.06 IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES, book ........................................................................ 20.00 IOWA ONE CALL, locates .................................................................................... 19.00 IPERS ............................................................................................................. 4,361.93 JOHNSON LAW OFFICE, cemetery land purchase earnest ........................... 1,000.00 LEVAN SEED, seed for cemetery ....................................................................... 159.00 MARTIN’S FLAG COMPANY, flags ..................................................................... 330.23 MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING, legals .................................................................. 436.39 OGDEN BUILDING SUPPLY, lumber .................................................................. 120.00 OGDEN COMMUNITY H.S., chalk for fields ...................................................... 170.05 OGDEN FARM & FEED, supplies ................................................................... 1,968.43 OGDEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES, utilities ........................................................ 6,912.53 OGDEN TELEPHONE, phone/internet .............................................................. 560.21 PLAHN & SIMPLE, rec program supplies........................................................ 1,562.50 QUICK OIL, fuel ............................................................................................... 1,791.37 R.C. BOOTH ENTERPRISES, plat book .............................................................. 27.00 READER SERVICE, books.................................................................................... 81.66 READER’S DIGEST, magazine subscript ............................................................ 22.98 SEBCO BOOKS, books....................................................................................... 10.33 STRAUSS SECURITY SOLUTIONS, keys ............................................................ 20.00 STUMBO AUTOBODY, truck repair ................................................................. 1,948.20 TONY JONES, uniform reimburse ....................................................................... 74.89 TREASURER STATE OF IOWA, taxes ............................................................. 1,123.00 UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD, quiet zone permit ................................................. 545.00 UTILITY EQUIPMENT, pipe ................................................................................ 194.60 VERIZON WIRELESS, cell phones ..................................................................... 182.38 VISA, computer/mouse/supplies/gas/rifle main/books/dvds ......................... 1,228.35 VISION BANK, cash manage .............................................................................. 15.00 WASHED WHITE, window wash .......................................................................... 12.00 WELLMARK BCBS, health insurance ............................................................ 5,892.39 TOTAL ........................................................................................................ $ 84,328.60 Treasurer’s BEGINNING BALANCE ................................................... $ 1,923,337.93 RECEIPTS General .......................................................................................................... 20,525.68 Local Option Sales Tax .................................................................................. 11,072.40 Sewer Sinking Fund ...................................................................................... 11,251.16 Sewer Utility .................................................................................................. 16,534.97 Stormwater Utility ............................................................................................ 3,016.73 Road Use Tax .................................................................................................. 9,672.70 Debt Service .................................................................................................... 4,296.11 T/A Employee Benefits .................................................................................... 5,694.57 EMS Equipment ................................................................................................... 20.00 Ogden Wellness Center ..................................................................................... 500.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS ................................................... $ 82,584.32 EXPENDITURES General .......................................................................................................... 51,055.04 Sewer Utility .................................................................................................. 15,011.14 Road Use Tax ................................................................................................. 7,559.30 Stormwater Utility ............................................................................................... 199.89 Library .......................................................................................................... 32,051.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES ................................................. $ 105,876.37 CLERK’S BALANCE Checks Outstanding ........................................................................................ 1,309.26 TREASURER’S BALANCE .................................................................. $ 1,901,355.14 INVESTMENTS Option Tax ................................................................................................... 125,000.00 Perpetual Care Fund (non-expendable) ........................................................ 64,350.00 Sewer Utility Fund ....................................................................................... 350,000.00 General ......................................................................................................... 50,000.00 Fire Equipment ............................................................................................... 3,258.21 TOTAL INVESTMENTS… .............................................................. $ 592,608.21 ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Councilwoman Liston moved, Councilman Ohlson seconded, to adjourn at 8:17 p.m. ROLL CALL VOTE: AYES: Ohlson, Reimers, Liston, Thompson and Anderson. Approval was unanimous. Denny Good, Mayor Jennifer Stumbo, City Clerk

NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE OF HEARING AND LETTING OGDEN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL FIELD RENOVATION BID PACKAGE #1 AND BID PACKAGE #2 Time and Place for Filing Sealed Proposals. Sealed bids for the work comprising the improvements as stated below must be filed before 10:00 a.m., July 9, 2014, at the Ogden Community School District office, 732 W. Division Street, Ogden, IA 50212. Time and Place Sealed Proposals Will be Opened and Considered. Sealed proposals will be opened and bids tabulated at 10:00 a.m., July 9, 2014, at the Ogden Community School District office, 732 W. Division Street, Ogden, Iowa, for consideration by the Ogden Community School Board at its public hearing meeting on July 14, 2014. Ogden Community Schools reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Time for Commencement and Completion of Work. Work on the improvements shall begin on or before the date specified in a written Notice to Proceed. The anticipated date for the Notice to Proceed is August 1, 2014. The improvements will be bid under one contract. All construction activities shall be completed by November 28, 2014. Bid Security. Each bidder shall accompany its bid with bid security as security that the successful bidder will enter into a contract for the work bid upon and will furnish after the award of contract a corporate surety bond, in form acceptable to Ogden Community School District, for the faithful performance of the contract, in an amount equal to one hundred percent of the amount of the contract. The bidder’s security shall be in the amount fixed in

the Instruction to Bidders and shall be in the form of a cashier’s check, a certified check, or a bank money order drawn on a FDIC insured bank in Iowa or on a FDIC insured bank chartered under the laws of the United States; or a certified share draft drawn on a credit union in Iowa or chartered under the laws of the United States; or a bid bond on the form provided in the contract documents with corporate surety satisfactory to the Jurisdiction. The bid shall contain no condition except as provided in the specifications.

emption certificate will be available for all materials purchased for incorporation in the project.

Contract Documents. Copies of the contract documents are available for viewing from Brad Jermeland, Superintendent, located at 732 W. Division Street, Ogden, Iowa. Copies of the project documents may be obtained at no cost from Snyder & Associates, Inc. 2727 SW Snyder Blvd., Ankeny, Iowa 50023. Full size prints of the cross sections will be made available by Snyder & Associates, Inc. at the Contractors request. Digital files of the proposed project may be requested following completion and receipt of the “Snyder & Associates Electronic Media Transfer Agreement”.

General Nature of Public Improvement. This project includes all materials, equipment, transportation and labor needed to complete the renovation of the existing baseball field as follows:

Electronic contract documents are available at no cost by clicking on the “Bids” link at www.snyder-associates.com and choosing Ogden High School Baseball Field Renovation on the left. Project information, engineer’s cost opinion, and planholder information is also available at this website. Plan downloads require the user to register for a free membership at QuestCDN.com. Iowa Preference. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor, to the extent lawfully required under Iowa statutes. Sales Tax Exemption. A sales tax ex-

Public Hearing on Proposed Contract Documents and Estimated Costs for Improvement. A public hearing will be held by the Ogden School Board on the proposed contract documents (plans, specifications and form of contract) and estimated cost for the improvements at its meeting at 6:30 p.m., July 14, 2014, 732 W. Division Street, Ogden, Iowa.

Project Description: This project will be broken down into two separate bid packages. They will be constructed simultaneously. Coordination between contractors is required. Bid Package #1: Work includes all labor, materials, and equipment necessary for the construction of home dugout, pressbox, storage building, visitor dugout, fencing, electric service for home dugout pressbox and storage building and water service for drinking fountains as shown in the construction documents. Bid Package #2: Work includes all labor, materials, and equipment necessary for the construction of the baseball field, including infield demolition and construction, irrigation, subdrain system, seeding and sodding as shown in the construction documents. This Notice is given by authority of the Ogden Community School District. Sally Good School Board President Published in The Ogden Reporter Wednesday, June 25, 2014.


OGDEN POLICE REPORT Monday, June 16 4:40 a.m.: Officer responded to complaints of a strange noise in the 400 and 500 blocks of NW 3rd St. Officer was unable to locate the source of the noise as it was no longer an issue upon officer’s arrival. 7:20 p.m.: Officer responded to an intrusion alarm at Ames Community Bank of Ogden. This was determined to be a false alarm. 10:54 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of loud noise at 508 NW 7th St. The resident was remodeling. The officer advised they needed to halt construction for the evening. Tuesday, June 17 12:40 p.m.: An Ogden resident reported that she had received a phone call from a subject who claimed to be a Federal Investigator and was working with the Internal Revenue Service. He said that the complainant owed a large amount in unpaid taxes and that she needed to

make restitution or she would be arrested. Officer advised her to tell the man to do what he had to do and not give any further information or send any money. Ogden officer notified the Iowa Attorney General Office and they advised they get multiple calls a day in regards to this and it is definitely a SCAM. 8:36 p.m.: Officer investigated report of possible intruder at 226 SW 5th St. This turned out to be a false alarm. Wednesday, June 18 10:58 a.m.: Officer investigated a two vehicle accident in the 100 block of N 1st St. There was less than $1,500 damage, so no state report was filed. 11:15 p.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Deputy with a single vehicle accident near 220th and J Ave. Thursday, June 19 11:21 a.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle.

6:16 p.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 call from 520 S 1st St. #2. This was determined to be a phone issue, as nobody was home. Friday, June 20 7:19 a.m.: Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle. 7:28 a.m.: Officer received a complaint of a dog running loose in the 400 block of Hornberg Dr. The officer spoke with owner of the dog and advised to keep the dog in own yard or tied up. 4:46 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County Ambulance. 5:09 p.m.: Officer responded to an Ogden residence in reference to a child custody issue. The officer advised that the parents needed to contact their attorneys. 8:16 p.m.: Officer met with subject at Ogden City Shed in regards to a dog that was found running loose.

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The dog was placed in the city kennel. 9:55 p.m.: Officer assisted Boone County Deputy with a traffic stop in the 1200 block of 220th St. Saturday, June 21 8:00 a.m.: Officer found an open door on an Ogden Business. The office was unable to make contact with owner, but officer checked the building and secured the door. 1:02 p.m.: Officer assisted subject who was locked out of vehicle. 3:02 p.m.: Officer assisted Ogden First Responders at 326 E Mulberry. Sunday, June 22 9:08 a.m.: Officer responded to an incomplete 911 from an Ogden residence. This was determined to be a phone issue as nobody was home and resident states he only has internet but no phone is hooked up. 9:33 a.m.: Officer received a

COMING EVENTS complaint of a car blocking a garage at 508 E Walnut St. The officer was unable to locate the owner, so the vehicle was pushed out of the way. 3:53 p.m.: Officer responded to an intrusion alarm at Howe Elementary School. This was determined to be a false alarm. 4:21 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of two dogs running loose in the 200 block of SE 2nd St. The officer notified the owner of the dogs to come and catch the dogs. 8:15 p.m.: Officer stood-by while subject removed belongings from building. 9:35 p.m.: Officer received a complaint of subject taking items that were mutually owned. The officer advised to contact his/her attorney as this was a civil matter.

Be careful with your car-full!

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 McGraw Senior Center will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. FRIDAY, JUNE 27McGraw Senior Center will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. during the car show. SATURDAY, JUNE 28McGraw Senior Center will be open from Noon to 3 p.m. Pastor Dave on the guitar and Ellie providing dance music from 12 Noon to 2 p.m. at McGraw Senior Center. Food Pantry drop-off, open daily, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., McGraw Senior Center. EVERY THURSDAYTOPS Club meets every week on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 119 SW 2nd St., Ogden. First meeting is free.


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Thursday, June 26 - from 11 a.m. -10 p.m. Friday, June 27 - from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Saturday, June 28 - from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. at the enclosed shelter house at city parK

FEATURING Beef burgers, polish sausages, walking tacos, hot dogs, ice cream, brownie sundaes, and pie alamode. serVinG

breakfast 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.

proceeds go to the class of 2015 senior trip.

•  Sausage •  Biscuits and   gravy •  Cinnamon rolls •  Orange juice,   coffee and milk

thanK you for your continued support!

DRInKs ARE EXTRA

REGulAR hOuRs:

MOnDAY - ThuRsDAY 6 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. (this week only) sATuRDAY 6 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Chit Chat Café 346 West Walnut in Ogden

Patio Pros will be at Ogden Fun Days Parade and Kid’s Time at the Park from 1 to 3 p.m.

FREE BAllOOns! Youth ages 10 and under

W

CALL NOW 515-275-2260 or 800-774-0744 218 W. Walnut, Ogden www.patioprosofiowa.com

welcome To Ogden Fun Days!

Swanson Drug welcomes you to Ogden Fun Days!

233 W. Walnut • 515-275-2208

oGden fun days

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Cats of Iowa Program • Reptile & Amphibian Program

Member FDIC

P.

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OGDEn FARM AnD FEED CEnTER

PTSB presents Pella Wildlife Company!

BBq RIBs

$

CARRY-On TRAIlERs

Welcome to Ogden Fun Days!

jOIn us FOR OuR FRIDAY nIGhT sPECIAl! POTATO sAlAD, COlE slAW • serving from 5 p.m. until ribs are gone!

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WElCOME TO OGDEn Fun DAYs!

o F t u n e m Days! o c le from. . . Hans, Bob, Rose, Steve and Penny. We are proud to have served you in years past. We’re focusing on the future to serve you even better!

We are in our 99th year of serving your community!

Enjoy Ogden Fun Days, June 26, 27, and 28 OGDEn 515-275-2592 1-800-926-3698 BOOnE 515-432-7435 1-800-688-8147

We have lots of treasures in our store, stop in and discover yours!

125 West Walnut Ogden Interior vinyl graphics, apparel screen printing, engraving, & embroidery

Welcome to Ogden Fun Days! Lots of fun for everyone!

Come join us June 26-28

The Ogden Reporter Staff


FUN DAYS S L A I C SPE

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HOURS: OPEN 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. MONDAY-SUNDAY Senior Citizens’

5% Discount Every Tuesday!

275-2403

CLARK’S GUARANTEED QUALITY MEATS

BEEF

BLOW OUT SALE! ASSORTED

DORITOS PORK SHOULDER

FAMILY PAK 5-lb. pkg.

ROAST

STEAK

79

65

lb.

59

lb.

BABY BACK lb.

lb.

...........................

each

500 299 229 329

PETER PAN 16.3 oz.

.........

..............

GEDNEY BABIES 32 oz. jar

JOHNSONVILLE BRATS OR 19 oz. pkg.

..........................

.....

lb.

FRESH, TENDER

ASPARAGUS

........................

LAND O’ FROST DELI SHAVED 16 oz. pkg.

.99 359 89 49 1 3

8-14 oz. bag

2/

M&M 9.9-12.6 oz. bag

......

Jumbo Franks......

FRESH ON-VINE

lb.

HIGHLINE GRIL-A-BELLA 6 oz. pkg.

PORK RIBS

CHARKING INSTANT IGNITE

MARZETTI 9.5 oz.

.........................

DOLE bunch

Hummus......................

CHARKING CHARCOAL

COUNTRY TIME LEMONADE OR KOOL-AID

lb.

.79 500 Onions 249 Romaine Hearts 199

Mushrooms.........3/

........

BUTTERFLY CHOPS OR

STEAK

TOMATOES JUMBO SWEET VIDALIA lb.

BONELESS

TOP ROUND

3

.......................

SHUR FINE ¼ lb. 3-lb. box

Beef, or Pork............ BAR S BUN LENGTH OR 16 oz. pkg.

CAPRI SUN 10-ct. 6 oz.

299 Pickles 269 Drinks 179 Beef Patties 1099 Candies 499 Lunch Meat 449 Peanut Butter .99 Italian Sausage 429 Pickles

Kraut................................ CURLY’S PULLED CHICKEN, 16 oz. ctn.

1

CHERRIES

SALAD

98

10-11 oz. bag

lb.

CLAUSSEN FRESH, CRISP 32 oz. jar

Ribs................................... FRANK’S QUALITY 32 oz. bag

69

WASHINGTON SWEET RED

DOLE SHREDDED LETTUCE, COLESLAW, OR CLASSIC

Pre-pric ed at $4. 29

PORK

2 2 2 2 10-LB. TUBE

FRESH PRODUCE

GROCERY BARGAINS

BONE-IN

80% LEAN GROUND

Corner Cookout! Mon., tues., thurs., Fri., and Sat. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

KRAFT MIRACLE

MUG, SIERRA MIST, PEPSI FREE, ORANGE CRUSH, MT. DEW, CODE RED, REG., DIET, OR CHERRY

2 699 279 299 399 598 4/500 WHIP OR REAL LIGHTER DRINK MIX MAYO BRIQUETS FLUID

49

59

PEPSI

lb.

lb.

32 oz.

13.9 lb. twin pack

CLARK’S DELI

makes 8 quarts

GREAT GROCERY BUYS

Check out our corner sign for the SPECIAL OF THE DAY SERVED HOT TO GO! 11 a. m. - 1 p.m. in our deli!

SHUR FINE APPLE JUICE OR 64 oz. ctn.

2-ltr. btl. plus dep.

20-pk. cans plus dep.

30 oz. jar

DAIRY

FROZEN

SHUR FINE PLAIN OR WHEAT 12 oz. pkg.

MR. DELL’S 24-32 oz. bag

09 99 1 Hash Browns 2 Cider 1 29 19 Manzanilla Olives 1 Whipped Topping 2 Waffles 149 FLAVOR CRISP 59 CROISSANT CROISSANT BBQ Sauce 1 CHICKEN 499 Spread 299 Pies 69 19 Steak Sauce 399 Orange Juice 2/500 Bomb Pops 219 99 8 Mandarin Oranges .69 29 39 HOT DOG BUNS1 7-LAYER SALAD 3 00 Tomatoes 4/5 CRACKER CUTS COTTAGE CHEESE ICE CREAM SANDWICHES 89 BUTTER BARS 129 TACO PASTA 3 00 Manwich 4/5 99 88 99 99 39 99 3 POTATOES 1 Olives BASKET 129

1

CHICKEN SALAD

each

lb.

each

HOT TO GO! JO JO

lb.

each

ASSORTED KETTLE

5

2/ PAM NO-STICK 5 - 6 oz.

00

16 oz. btl.

99

2

49 8-11.4 oz.

RO-TEL 10 oz. can

............. HUNT’S ORIGINAL OR THICK 15-15.5 oz. can

Crackers.....................

......

............

ANDERSON-ERICKSON

MILKY WAY, SNICKERS, TWIX, DOVE, OR M&M BARS, CONES, OR

5-8 oz. pkg.

KETCHUP

VAN CAMP’S PORK &

.98 5/300 BEANS

....

.........

OLD EL PASO HERSHEY’S ENCHILADA OR CARAMEL, CHOCOLATE, BETTY CROCKER TACO SAUCE OR OR STRAWBERRY

BROWNIE MIX

REG. OR LIGHT OLD MILWAUKEE

BEER

BUSCH LIGHT

56 oz. sq.

24 oz. ctn.

3-6 ct. box

When was the last time you had a S’mores? SHUR FINE

15 oz. can

24 oz. sqz.

PURINA 16.5 lb. bag

.......................

VELVEETA DINNERS REFRIED BEANS SYRUP

HUNT’S

BLUE BUNNY

2 2 3 2

................ SHUR FINE PITTED RIPE 6 oz. can

500 Potato Crisps 2/300 199 Dog Chow 1299

Tortilla Chips......2/ DOMESTIX BASIC 250-ct. pkg.

RITZ BITS SANDWICHES OR 8.8-13.7 oz. box

KRAFT SHREDDED CHEESE OR

PRINGLES 5.96 oz. can

SHUR FINE RED/WHITE/BLUE 13 oz. bag

2 288 Napkins

Cooking Spray....

KRAFT DELUXE OR

............

OLD EL PASO

5

2/

7-8.5 oz. bag

BLUE BUNNY 12 pk.

SHUR FINE 59 oz.

SHUR FINE 11 oz. can

DRESSING DINNER KITS

00

..................................

...........................

..............................

KRAFT POURABLE

CHIPS

MARIE CALLENDER’S 28-45 oz.

..

MRS. GERRY’S

HOT TO GO! CHICKEN STRIP

........................

BLUE BONNET 45 oz. ctn.

A.1. 10 oz. btl.

8-ct. pkg.

KRISPY PEANUT

SHUR FINE 12.3 oz. box

.....

...............

2

each

.......

REDDI WIP 6.5 oz.

SWEET BABY RAY’S 18 oz. btl.

ROTELLA

FRESH, CREAMY

English Muffins....

...

MOIST, DELICIOUS! EGG SALAD

8 pc. box

................................... SHUR FINE STUFFED 5.75 oz. jar

59

HERSHEY’S

CANDY BARS

3

GRAHAM CRACKERS

3

49 2/ 6-pk.

ASSORTED JELL-O

HUNT’S SNACK PACK

BEER GELATIN PUDDING

00

KRAFT JET-PUFFED

MARSHMALLOWS

1

29

14.4 oz. box

POST HONEY BUNCHES OF

OATS

10 oz. bag

GENERAL MILLS COOKIE CRISP

CEREAL

00 00 .99 2 4/5 2 4/5 15 12 5/4 2/6 2/6 89 9.4-14 oz. box

00 10-16 oz. can

19 18.5-24 oz. btl.

00

18.3-20.5 oz. box

98

30-pk. cans plus dep.

98

18-pk. cans plus dep.

00 .3-3 oz. box

4-pk. 3.25 oz.

Prices effective Wednesday, June 25, 2014 through Tuesday, July 1

12.5-14.5 oz. box

11.25 oz. box


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