WEDNESDAY | AUGUST 14, 2013 | Volume Vo 136 | Number 33 LETS GET
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UP FRONT Gospel Music Concert
New Hope United Methodist Church, Aredale Center, will be having a Gospel Music Concert on Sunday, September 22nd, 2-4 PM with an intermission half way thru. Free Will Offering and Refreshments.
Hampton Community Blood Drive
Hampton Community Blood Drive, Monday, Aug. 26, 2013 from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. at Hampton - St. Paul Lutheran Church, 17 2nd St. NE. Sign up to save a life today! Schedule a blood donation appointment online at www.lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800.287.4903.
Bike to school
DPRQ$XJDW6KHIÂżHOG Path of Progress. Bring the whole family to gear up to go back to VFKRRO (QMR\ WKH QHZ 6KHIÂżHOG Path of Progress and learn about bike safety at four station along the path. Help the West Fork Girl Scouts earn their next badge. Let the experts at Wayneâ€™s make sure \RXU ELNH ÂżWV SURSHUO\ DQG YLVLW them for the back to school ride essentials.
Fun on Main Street
God bless America and our troops, come and join us for some family fun! 3:30 p.m. Parade lineup, west of Popejoy-bin site, no entry fee. 4 p.m.: Parade, Dows American Legion will present WKH Ă€DJ SP (YHQLQJ PHDO served by Popejoy Lions Clubfree will offering. Feet â€œPopejoyâ€? the seeing eye dog, sponsored by the Popejoy Lions. Salute to Veterans, Fun for Children on Main Street. 6:30 p.m.: Evening entertainment, cash drawing, must be present to win, can only win one time. Lions Club Tractor drawing â€“ Allis Chalmers WD, buy tickets from any Lions Club member at the Senior Center. Need not be present to win. Bring your family, friends, and lawn chairs. Sponsored by the Popejoy Lions Club. For information call: 641373-3192.
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Yet another year is upon the CAL Community School District, and second-year superintendent Dwight Widen is excited for a handful of changes both big and small.
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Officials make progress on dispatchers Franklin County Law Enforcement Center. â€œIâ€™m happy,â€? said Hampton City Council Member Dyanne Pralle after the meeting. â€œThat seemed to go well.â€? Franklin County Supervisor Cory (EHUOLQJ DOVR VDLG KH ZDV VDWLVÂżHG with the meeting and added that he wants to come to a resolution that saves money for all county residents. â€œI think we made progress,â€? Eberling said. 2WKHU RIÂżFLDOV VXFK DV )UDQNOLQ
County Supervisor Mike Nolte and Hampton City Council Members Jim Davies, Craig Eckhardt, and Valerie Haugebak also left the meeting with smiles on their faces and words of hope that a deal to resolve the thorny, year-long ordeal would be completed sooner than later. Âł, WKLQN ZHÂśYH ÂżQDOO\ FRPH WR something we can all agree on is a conclusion,â€? Nolte said at the end of the meeting. The meeting lasted almost two hours and involved lots of legal jar-
gon and terminology that confused many present. In addition to all the local politicos in attendance, two attorneys â€“ from the same Des Moines ODZÂżUPÂąZHUHRQKDQG2QHÂą-LP Hanks - represented the city and the other â€“ Mike Galloway â€“ represented the county. Before the meeting began, a verbal agreement was reached between all parties to allow WKHDWWRUQH\VIURPWKHVDPHÂżUPWR represent the county and city. By the end of the meeting, after Dispatchers: See Page 3
SummerFest brings out the crowds on beautiful weekend By Jeff Forward The 2013 SummerFest in Band Shell park in downtown Hampton EHQHÂżWWHG IURP WZR GD\V RI EHDXWLful weather on Friday and Saturday, bringing out thousands of people over the weekend for music, food, a FODVVLF FDU VKRZ WKH ./0- .4&5DQWLTXHWUDFWRUSDrade and lots of fun and games. â€œEverythingâ€™s gone really smoothly,â€? said Hope Polk of the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. â€œWeâ€™re real happy about Friday night. We had a great crowd.â€? â€œ(Saturday) Everythingâ€™s going well,â€? Polk added. â€œWeâ€™ve got a huge crowd, the tractors, the Whitesidewalls, the carsâ€Śitâ€™s been great.â€? Polk said the event â€“ which
spanned two days and had multiple musicians and a beer garden â€“ could be even bigger next year and said she envisions it growing in scope. Eric Christianson, who was the chairman of this yearâ€™s SummerFest, also felt the weekend had gone better than expected. â€œItâ€™s going really smoothly,â€? Christianson said. â€œItâ€™s packed. The community is what makes this go. Itâ€™s a great event for Hampton.â€? Things got started on Friday night, with a beer garden managed by D.T.â€™s Roadhouse of Dumont and the signature musical entertainment of Standing Hampton rocking the crowd with tunes from the 70s and 80s. The crowd grew in size as the evening progressed and by 9:30 p.m., a large group of people surrounded SummerFest: See Page 2
Standing Hampton rocked the crowd and beer garden on Friday night, Aug. 9. (Photos by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.)
Hansell ladies get Community Center back on track By Nick Pedley A group of four Hansell women have banded together to ensure the future well-being of one local gathering place. JoAnn Young, Judy Harper, Carol Nolte and Bev Juhl reinvigorated efforts of the Hansell Community Betterment Committee over the past year and spearheaded improvements at the Hansell Community Center. 7KH JURXS REWDLQHG D JUDQW through the Community Foundation of Franklin County for shingle replacement and roof repairs to the building. The project, which was completed in April, helped improve the centerâ€™s look and increase its longevity.
UBTC 5K Run. Walk
On Saturday, Sept. 7 United Bank & Trust Company and Franklin County Conservation ZLOOKRVWWKH8%7&.5XQ:DON at Maynes Grove south of Hampton. Proceeds from the event will EHQHÂżW0D\QHV*URYH$OOUDFH registrants will be eligible to win a touch-screen GarminÂŽ Forerunner GPS watch. Early registration is requested, but walk-up registrants are welcome from 7 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. on race day. Registrants after Aug. 23 will pay a $20 registration fee. Race information and registration forms are available at https:// ZZZXEWFQHW.UXQZDON DV well as all United Bank & Trust &RPSDQ\RIÂżFHV Pre-registered participants can pick up their race packet from 7 to 7:30 a.m. Saturday morning. 7KH8%7&.5XQ:DONEHJLQV at 8 a.m. Awards will be presented at 9:30 a.m.
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CAL set to open for 2013-14 school year next Wednesday
By Jeff Forward 2IÂżFLDOVIURPWKH&LW\RI+DPSton, Franklin County, and the Franklin County Emergency Management Commission met with attorneys on Aug. 6 to try to hash out their differences over the future of emergency dispatching services in the county. At the end of the nearly two hour meeting, there seemed to be a sense of renewed hope from all parties that an agreement could be reached soon and dispatching services moved to their potential new home in the
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â€œThe building is pretty low-maintenance, but it was past time to replace the roof. Aside from the furnace and a few other things, nothingâ€™s really been updated since it was built,â€? said Nolte, the committeeâ€™s treasurer. Despite the recent work, the Community Centerâ€™s future hasnâ€™t always been so bright. The committee had become a non-functioning entity RYHU WKH SDVW ÂżYH WR VL[ \HDUV GXH to a lack of interest, among other reasons. Nolte was the lone active member and handled the buildingâ€™s ÂżQDQFHV SDLG WKH ELOOV DQG ERRNHG reservations. One local man, Ron Schulz, volunteered to clean the Hansell Ladies: See Page 13
Krabbe files housing discrimination complaint against city By Jeff Forward The Hampton City Council heard at their Aug. 8 meeting about a federal Housing and Urban Development housing discrimation FRPSODLQWÂżOHGDJDLQVWWKHFLW\E\ ORFDOODQGORUG%HOHQ.UDEEH City Attorney Michael Cross told the members of the council about WKH FRPSODLQW ÂżOHG ZLWK +8' E\ .UDEEHDIWHUVKHORVWD]RQLQJDSpeal to make a home she owns a PXOWLIDPLO\GZHOOLQJ . U D E E H had converted a home she owns from a single family residence to a two-apartment set-up and then rented the two units to two families consisting of nine residents in total.
When residents in the neighborhood where the house is located complained to the city and presented a petition signed by more than 30 residents, the city investigated the issue. Public Works Director Doug Tarr led the investigation DQGIRXQGWKDW.UDEEHKDGLOOHJDOO\ converted the house to multi-family dwelling without getting the property re-zoned. â€œWe did receive a housing discrimination complaint,â€? Cross said at the Aug. 8 meeting. â€œAlleging that the City of Hampton has discriminated against Belen or the residents; alleging they were discrim Krabbe: See Page 12
H-D school board election has one contested seat; Hansen vs. Rosenberg By Jeff Forward The Hampton-Dumont Community School District will have its election for three open board of director seats on Sept. 10. Two of the three seats are not contested â€“ those of Thomas Brolsma and Chad Hanson. The third seat â€“ that of the Hampton-Dumont director currently held by Jennifer Hansen â€“ is being contested. H a n sen is being challenged by local resident Jeff Rosenberg. Chad Hanson â€“ who has been on the board for four years â€“ is seeking his second term. One of the reasons he became involved in the school board, Hanson said, was the fact he has four children currently attending district schools. He also cited his pride in the district and being a Hampton-Dumont graduate. â€œI just have a lot of pride in the school and in the community,â€? Chad Hanson said. â€œI look at it as a way to give back and contribute to the community. I feel like it treated me well, so I want to help out as much as I can.â€? Also running uncontested is Brolsma, who has been on the school board four years. Brolsma moved to the Hampton area 10 years ago from southwest Minnesota. He said he attended many school board meetings before deciding WRVHHNRIÂżFH â€œI had attended many meetings before I ran. I found it interesting,â€? Brolsma said. â€œItâ€™s been a fantastic learning expeULHQFH P\ ÂżUVW IRXU \HDUV DQG Iâ€™m looking forward to the next four years.â€? Brolsma said there arenâ€™t any â€œburning issuesâ€? facing the district but added he is proud of WKHGLVWULFWÂśVÂżQDQFLDOUHVSRQVLbility record and he has goals to improve student test scores. The only contested race in this yearâ€™s election involves Jennifer Hansen and Rosenberg. Rosenberg, a native of Wisconsin who moved to Hampton seven years ago, said he is running in part because he has two childen in the district now and would like to see some additional programs developed. â€œI have two children in the system now,â€? Rosenberg said. â€œIâ€™d also like to give back. Itâ€™s just something I wanted to do to give back.â€? Some of the changes Rosenberg would like to see include developing a foreign language program for younger students, develop more after school activities and to improve trade skills training for those who may not opt for college. Hansen was unable to be reached for comment despite repeated attempts.
Meetings and Events
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the beer garden and scores of folks danced to the music. Saturday, things got started early as a classic car show took over the streets surrounding Band Shell Park and the assembled crowds checked out dozens of cool hot rods and clasVLF FUXLVHUV 7KH ./0-.4&5 DQtique tractor parade rolled into town â€“ with almost 100 tractors â€“ and added a unique touch to the event as folks got to see suped up hot rods used for fun and well-kept tractors that once provided farmers with help LQWKHÂżHOGV Folks of all ages milled about, eating food, enjoying refreshments DQGERSSLQJWRWKHWXQHVRIVDQG 60s cover band, the Whitesidewalls. Dwight Wedemeier of Sumner, Iowa, came to the show to check out the cars, including a 1968 Chevy Camaro owned by Todd and Traci Pilchard of Geneva. â€œNice car, for the age. Itâ€™s got chrome under the hood,â€? Wedemeier said of the Camaro. Wedemeier said he really enjoys the car show. â€œItâ€™s local,â€? he said. â€œThey do a nice job.â€? Another car enthusiast, Butch Marshall, also took time out to admire the Camaro owned by the Pilchard couple.
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â€œI used to have one. Mine had the 302 in it,â€? Marshall said, referring to his engine. â€œI wish Iâ€™d have never sold it.â€? Across the street from the two Camaro fans was a 1977 Lincoln Continental, owned by Cody Davis of Mason City, which was drawing a small crowd with its unique look of tinted windows and customized rims. 0LFKDHO .UHLPH\HU RI +DPSWRQ was examining the Lincoln and said he likes the older, larger model cars as well as fancy rims. â€œThey donâ€™t make them like that DQ\PRUHÂ´.UHLPH\HUVDLG Many of the cars on exhibit were under the watchful gaze of owners who sat nearby as eager car fans peered inside and checked under the hoods. Lynn Mahncke, now from Marshalltown but originally from Hampton, sat next to his blue 1968 Mercury Cougar with a content look on his face as folks enjoyed his vehicle. â€œI always like to show it off,â€? Mahncke said of the Cougar. â€œThereâ€™s not a lot of Mercurys around.â€? Mahncke said he bought the car in 1971 when he was 17 years old; it cost him $1,800 then. Âł,WZDVP\ÂżUVWFDUÂ´KHVDLG
One car that drew lots of gawkers ZDVD)RUG&RQYHUWLEOHRZQHG by Larry Spear of Hampton. The shiny black car had a dazzling interior and matching everything â€“ from radio knobs to antenna tips, and window crank handles. â€œItâ€™s a nice car,â€? said Zach Hall of Mason City as he gazed over Spearâ€™s baby. â€œThereâ€™s a lot of nice steel here today.â€? Hall, a member of the River City Street Rods club, said members from the club come to the Hampton show because it is known as a good car show. As he looked around at all the vehicles, Hallâ€™s gaze stopped at a blue and silver Camaro a couple of cars away. â€œGod dang,â€? Hall said. â€œThat Camaro there is hard to beat.â€? $QRWKHU IDQ RI WKH )RUG owned by Spear was Chris Uhlenhopp, who was examining the accessories closely. â€œWhatâ€™s not to like,â€? she said of the car. â€œYou do have to love that those window cranks match the interior. Theyâ€™re awesome.â€? For some people, like Margaret Hearn of Hampton, the cars were a trip down memory lane. Hearn was intensely pondering a vintage 1930 Ford Pick-em-Up,
owned by Randy and Marlene Johnson of Clear Lake. â€œMy God, thatâ€™s about as old as I am,â€? Hearn said of the petite pick-up truck. After looking at the car show entry tag on the windshield, however, she changed her tune. â€œIâ€™m about 12 years older than that,â€? she admitted with a laugh. Aside from the music, food, and classic cars, there were tractors â€“ and lots of them. As noon-time hit, tractors of all makes and models began to invade downtown Hampton. &UDLJ'RQQHOO\RI./0-.4&5 said there were slightly less than 100 tractors that participated in the paUDGH ZKLFK VSDQQHG PRUH WKDQ miles around Franklin County and went through multiple communities. â€œThe weatherâ€™s made it perfect today,â€? Donnelly said. Donnelly said there had been a few breakdowns along the route, but overall, it had been a successful ride coming into the lunchtime break in Hampton. â€œItâ€™s typical,â€? he said of the breakdowns. â€œThese tractors are all \HDUVROG,WÂśVDORQJULGH for this old machinery.The guys are really good about helping out. Itâ€™s a fraternity of brothers here.â€?
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Dispatchers: From Page 1 much back and forth and some seemingly potential setbacks, county and city representatives agreed to move forward with a plan that had previously been proposed several months earlier â€“ called Draft No. 11 â€“ which would allow the three current dispatchers at the city to move over to the Emergency Management Commission. There were four dispatchers in prior discussions, however one of the city dispatchers recently resigned from her job with the city. Jeanine Hodge, whoâ€™d been with the city many years, resigned the week of July 29, Hampton City Manager Ron Dunt FRQÂżUPHG If the county and city agree, the dispatchers would become employees of the commission but would receive WKHLUSD\FKHFNVDQGEHQHÂżWVIURPWKH county. Additionally, the dispatchers would have to agree to accept a benHÂżW SDFNDJH GLIIHUHQW WKDQ WKH RQH they currently enjoy at the city and HTXDO WR WKH EHQHÂżW SDFNDJH WKDW county employees have. The city benHÂżWSDFNDJHLVEHWWHUÂżQDQFLDOO\WKDQ the county one and if the dispatchers DJUHHWRWKHUHGXFWLRQLQEHQHÂżWVDQG the Teamsters Union agrees to it, then a deal could be made. The components of Draft No. 11 include a revenue share of 60 percent from the county and 40 percent from the city to fund the required $280,000 per year cost of the dispatchers. A decision would have to be made regarding whether a special levy or a $29 per capita yearly tax would fund the dispatchers in the future. Also, the agreement of having union contracts for the dispatchers mirror those of the county employees would have to be agreed upon. The two attorneys left the meeting with instructions to clean up the legal language in Draft No. 11 and to arrange a meeting with Teamsters Union representatives and the dispatchers to try to hash out an agreePHQWRQWKHEHQHÂżWFKDQJHV â€œIâ€™d think in a matter of a couple of weeks, weâ€™d know if it was a go,â€? Hanks said. â€œWeâ€™ll do whatever we can to get this done as fast as we can.â€? The meeting began with a consensus from all involved that an agreement needed to be reached as soon as
possible for the sake of county residents. â€œI think all parties are interested in moving forward,â€? said Franklin County Sheriff Larry Richtsmeier, who is the chairman of the Emergency Management Commission. Hampton Mayor Shawn Dietz, a key player in the dispatching discussions during the past year and also on the Emergency Management Commission board, agreed with Richtsmeier. Âł7KHFLW\GHÂżQLWHO\KDVDQLQWHUHVW in moving forward,â€? Dietz said. â€œI think this meeting tonight is a start of that.â€? Hanks said that Chapter 29 C of the Iowa Code allowed for a 28 E agreement on emergency communications that would allow city and county entities to join forces on communication VHUYLFHV WR EH PRUH HIÂżFLHQW VDYH money, and work cooperatively. â€œWeâ€™re simply trying to assist the parties to get to where they want to be,â€? Hanks said of the discussions. An agreement then came to the forefront, as both Eberling and Nolte expressed worry that if the dispatchers moved from the city to the county, WKH\ÂśG EULQJ WKHLU EHQHÂżWV RYHU DQG create waves with current county employees who may want the better benHÂżWVWKHGLVSDWFKHUVHQMR\DWWKHFLW\ â€œWe have to show the public that if there are additional costs, there is a MXVWLÂżHGLQFUHDVHLQVHUYLFHÂ´(EHUOLQJ said. Nolte said the possibility of county employees in the Teamsters Union ZDQWLQJWKHVDPHEHQHÂżWVDVWKHGLVpatchers worried him. â€œWith the 28 E, if they come over to directly be county employees, they ZRXOGKDYHPRUHEHQHÂżWVWKDQZHGR at the county,â€? Nolte explained. â€œThat opens up a whole can of worms for us going into union negotiations.â€? â€œIt could cost the county a couple of hundred thousand dollars extra,â€? Nolte added. â€œAnd we canâ€™t go there. :KDW RQH XQLRQ JHWV LQ EHQHÂżWV DOO unions will want. Iâ€™ve had employees tell me that if the dispatchers come RYHUDQGJHWEHQHÂżWVWKH\DUHQÂśWJHWting, the next time negotiations would come up, itâ€™ll be a topic.â€? Both attorneys did agree with the fact that once the dispatchers moved
to the commission, they would bring ZLWK WKHP WKHLU FXUUHQW EHQHÂżWV DV well as their collective bargaining rights. However, a prior problem that the city had been hung up on â€“ guaranteed jobs for the dispatchers â€“ was removed when the attorneys told the assembled group that a 28 E agreement allows for the employees to move from one entity to another and sidestepping hiring or normal EEOC laws and requirements. After some haggling and disagreements over how much the disability insurance and health insurance could potentially cost the county if the dispatchers did move over, the topic switched to alternative options on how to approach the issue. Dietz theorized that maybe the dispatchers could be contracted out to the emergency management commission for a short period of time while the city still paid their salary and benHÂżWV â€œWould it be possible where the service moves over, the 911 Commission buys the equipment, and moves it (to the law enforcement center), but the employees essentially stay City of Hampton employees,â€? Dietz asked the attorneys. Hanks then told the group that there are many ways to accomplish the goals of a 28 E agreement, and yes, he felt it was feasible that the commission buy the dispatcher services instead of hiring them outright. â€œYou can buy all kinds of services legally,â€? Hanks said. â€œYou can do it with janitorial, with road maintenance. You have more than one way to get where you want to be.â€? Eberling then said to the group that the county has been willing to go down that road before, but he noted the city has rejected that idea many times. â€œWe presented that to the city many times in this process,â€? Eberling said. Dietz agreed with Eberling, and said that the city was concerned with â€œdouble-dippingâ€? on taxes its residents currently paid for the dispatch services â€“ so he was in favor of only a two-year deal for contracted dispatch services. Then, he said, the commission would need to hire on the dispatchers from the city.
â€œOne of the reasons that doesnâ€™t work in the long term,â€? Dietz said of contacting the dispatchers. â€œIs the City of Hampton residents are being taxed twice for this. There needs to be a sunset on that. The residents of Hampton are being taxed twice, thatâ€™s why I see there needs to be a change in the set up.â€? Another potential problem of contracting the city dispatchers to the commission, said Dunt, was the logistics. Dunt said that there could be legal liability issues for the dispatchers and the city since theyâ€™d be working inside a county building as well as acting as temporary jailers in charge of suspects held there. Dunt also said that the job of managing the dispatchers would still belong to Hampton Police Chief Bob Schaefer, and it would be hard for him to manage employees who were in another building separate from where he works. As the sides bandied ideas back and forth and traded possibilities, Franklin County Supervisor Jerry Plagge â€“ who â€œattendedâ€? the meeting via Skype over an internet connection with a pair of web-cameras â€“ spoke up and tried to make sure everyone understood what the purpose of the meeting was. â€œI think we have a real unique opportunity here. Maybe we could do this in a two-step phase,â€? Plagge said. â€œI think thereâ€™s going to have to be a compromise on this. If you have trained employees, why wouldnâ€™t you use them?â€? Faced with what seemed like a stoppage in the talks, Dietz and Nolte expressed a sense of frustration with the time the group had spent to that point and accomplishing nothing. â€œI thought we were real close on this,â€? Nolte said. â€œBut now I think we are further apart.â€? But, the conversation quickly turned positive when the subject and content of Draft No. 11 arose. Within minutes, it seemed, the two sides agreed that Draft No. 11 was a good option and could be re-worked to reach an agreement as long as the dispatchers and Teamsters Union ofÂżFLDOVZRUNHGRXWWKHEHQHÂżWVLVVXHV
Technology changes and building improvements will greet students at West Fork next week By Nick Pedley Increased student access to technology will be the main focus of the West Fork Community School District when doors open for the new school year August 19-20. West Forkâ€™s seventh and eighth grades will become one-to-one classrooms this fall. All students in those grades are scheduled to receive an Apple iPad once school starts to assist with coursework and technology skill development. Five iPads were also added to each elementary classroom to create an in-room tech center. According to superintendent Darrin Strike, the devices will help students break down information and visualize examples more clearly. â€œWe could have had a mobile cart with all the elementaryâ€™s iPads on it, but we wanted the devices in the hands of the students on a daily basis,â€? explained Strike. â€œWe no longer want kids to memorize redundant facts â€“ we want to shift instruction to where the kids are the creators.â€? The new iPad initiative was one of the primary focuses for West Fork this past year. Strike said over 30 teachers participated in iPad instruction classes, and he was happy to see
them expand their technology skills. Additional attention was also given to strengthening the professional bonds amongst the districtâ€™s teachers. Strike said West Fork has expanded on their internal professional learning community by adding an extra layer of what he calls â€œleaders of leaders.â€? â€œTeachers lead groups to assist with improving instruction by breaking down the needs of all students within the school,â€? he explained.
â€œWe focus on R.T.I. â€“ response to intervention. We look at supplemental support of all students who need help with keeping up with the Iowa C.O.R.E.â€? In addition to technology and course instruction, West Fork was quite busy with rennovations to district infrastructure this summer. The Rockwell campus saw considerable improvements. The parking area along the eastside of the building was redone, a new boiler
and piping were installed, the gymâ€™s Ă€RRUZDVUHÂżQLVKHGDQGDQHZVKDGH structure will be constructed on the playground soon. 7KH6KHIÂżHOGEXLOGLQJZDVQÂśWQHglected, either. New cabinetry was installed in the elementary classURRPVODQGVFDSLQJZDVÂżQLVKHGRQ the southside of the building and the high schoolâ€™s roof was refurbished. â€œItâ€™s been a busy summer, but all of that needed to get done,â€? said Strike. â€œItâ€™s pretty easy to drop a million dollars and the public not even notice because you just donâ€™t see some of the stuff on a regular basis.â€? Classes at West Fork start on Monday, August 19, for grades 9-12, with back to school conferences for grades K-8 also scheduled that day. The elementary and middle school ZLOO KDYH WKHLU ÂżUVW GD\ RQ $XJXVW 20. Pre-kindergarten students begin on August 26, so all pre-k instructors FDQ ÂżQLVK DWKRPH YLVLWV ZLWK VWXdents and children. â€œWeâ€™ve found value in the conferences with building the relationship between the home and school. Some students are still unfamiliar with the schoolâ€”not like high schoolers. It helps them familiarize,â€? said Strike.
CAL set to open for 2013-14 school year next Wednesday CAL begins class on Wednesday, By Nick Pedley among students throughout the en- harder; however, the questions beYet another year is upon the CAL tire building. come easier if the student answers August 21. Pre-Kâ€”5th grade parent/ teacher conferences are scheduled Community School District, and â€œWeâ€™re a small school, but we wrong. second-year superintendent Dwight want people to know if somethingâ€™s The results give teachers a better for August 21 from 12-7 p.m. They Widen is excited for a handful of not quite right,â€? said Widen. â€œWe idea of what level the classroom is will be held in the elementary classchanges both big and small. need to be more diligent with staff at because they can determine what rooms and parents can come at their Topping the list are a few import- about badges because we want our material needs to be reviewed and convenience. Additionally, computer rollouts are scheduled for August ant switches to the schoolâ€™s security kids, and also the faculty them- which material does not. system. Keyless entry points will be selves, to know weâ€™re doing the best â€œOur school is planning to be 14. Seventh and eighth grades are added to the building in Latimer and for their protection.â€? more responsive to the needs of the planned from 5-6 p.m., sixth grade will cut the entrance points down While safety has been a hot topic students. The tests help make our from 6-7 p.m., and the high school from 30 to nine. Widen said the add- for many schools nationwide, itâ€™s not FODVVURRPV D OLWWOH PRUH HIĂ€FLHQW from 7-8 p.m. The district has been prepping ed measures are needed to ensure the the lone area of emphasis for CAL. so we arenâ€™t wasting time teaching security of both students and staff. Widen said the district is continu- them something they already know,â€? facilities and doing other wrap-up work with only a week to go before Unbeknownst to some in the com- ing efforts to increase student reten- said Widen. munity, the CAL school building tion in all Iowa CORE subject areas. The district is also attempting to opening day. Widen said most stuwas put under lockdown three times +H H[SODLQHG WKH GLVWULFWÂˇV ERDUG RI increase student participation in all dents registered August 5-6, but the during the 2012-13 school year. education has set goals for CAL and activities the school has to offer. CAL process is ongoing. â€œNumbers have been as we exWiden said being so close to Inter- the governor outlined initiatives at LVSDUWQHULQJZLWK+DPSWRQ'XPRQW state 35 creates added hazards to the the statewide level. in soccer this year and is also sharing pected, but thereâ€™s always a few school because out-of-town threats â€œOur testing methods have shown a career/technical program between families who wait or donâ€™t get regiscan pass through the districtâ€™s terri- us that too many students in our West Fork and NIACC. The classes tered right away,â€? he said. tory quite freely. district arenâ€™t performing like they will introduce students to the wind NEW TEACHERS: â€œThe beauty to that new system is should, and we need more of them turbine program while simultane- Â‡Scott Striegel, activities director, the alarm. Thereâ€™s also no problem at higher levels,â€? he said. â€œWe need ously giving them the opportunity to 6-12 principal and head football with duplicates, so we have more NLGVWREHPRUHSURĂ€FLHQWDQGZHÂˇYH earn college credit. coach. control over whoâ€™s coming and go- emphasized that with our staff.â€? â€œWe want our students doing Â‡&KULVWRSKHU/RFNZRRGEDQG ing,â€? Widen explained. +H VDLG WKH GLVWULFW KDV EHQHĂ€WHG VRPHWKLQJ ZH ZDQW WKHP WR Ă€QG director. The superintendent also said add- from new assessment tests that pro- something they can get involved Â‡$OH[DQGULD9DOOHER+6 ed emphasis will be placed on staff vide better data about each studentâ€™s with,â€? Widen said. â€œIf we were to language arts. LGHQWLĂ€FDWLRQ WKLV VFKRRO \HDU +H skill level in a given subject area. line all our kids up in front of the Â‡'DUOD6WULHJHOPHGLD(// felt the all district employees could Computer-administered exams ad- building and told them to take a step Â‡5KRQGD1RHOFN3. be more attentive about wearing just questions in response to a stu- forward for every activity theyâ€™re associate/4th grade. their ID badges, and said doing so dentâ€™s answers â€“ if they get involved with, we want them to be Â‡$ELJDLO5DSSWKJUDGHDQG would increase faculty recognition one right, the test gets progressively able to walk across the parking lot.â€? assistant volleyball coach.
Attorney Jim Hanks (left), who represented the city, and Ron Dunt, Hamptonâ€™s city manager, listen eagerly to discussions during the dispatchers meeting on Aug. 6. (Photos by Jeff Forward, the Hampton Chronicle.)
7KH VKDGRZ\ ÂżJXUH VKRZQ on the screen of this laptop computer was actually Franklin County Supervisor Jerry Plagge, who participated in the meeting via the internet through Skype. (Photos by Jeff Forward, the Hampton Chronicle).
Franklin County Sheriff Larry Richtsmeier participated in the discussions in his role as chairman of the Franklin County Emergency Management Commission board. (Photos by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.)
There were several private meetings between Franklin County Supervisors Cory Eberling and Mike Nolte and their attorney, Mike Galloway, during the dispatchers meeting. (Photos by Jeff Forward, the Hampton Chronicle.)
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A new year, a fresh start Yet another school year is upon us next week, and itâ€™s hard to believe summer has already come and gone. It seems like just last month we were getting dumped on by that cursed May snowstorm. 7KHVWDUWRIDQHZVFKRRO\HDULVDOZD\VDUHIUHVKLQJ FKDQJHRISDFHIRUVWXGHQWVVWDIIDQGWKHFRPPXQLW\ It gives everyone throughout each local district reinYLJRUDWHGH[FLWHPHQWRYHUWKHSURPLVHRIWKHQH[WQLQH months. Be it sports, music, academics or anything in EHWZHHQWKHUHÂśVVRPHWKLQJIRUHYHU\RQH Itâ€™s important to encourage our local students to participate in all that interests them. Sometimes itâ€™s HDV\WRWDNHWKLQJVIRUJUDQWHGEXWWKHSURJUDPVRXU local school systems provide to our communities are VRPHWKLQJWREHSURXGRIDQGDSSUHFLDWH6RPHWLPHV WKHVH SURJUDPV DUHQÂśW DOZD\V DV VXFFHVVIXO DV ZHÂśG like them to be, but itâ€™s important to show our continued support through thick and thin. Small schools DUHGLUHFWUHSUHVHQWDWLYHVRIWKHFRPPXQLWLHVLQZKLFK they call home, and they deserve a salute. Each new school year creates its own unique challenges. For some schools itâ€™s dwindling enrollment, IRURWKHUWKHUHÂśVQRWHQRXJKFODVVURRPVSDFH+RZHYer, providing our youth with a quality education is alZD\VWKHPRVWLPSRUWDQWIXQFWLRQRIDVFKRROV\VWHP It seems keeping up with todayâ€™s competitive world is a near impossibility, but our smaller community schools are holding their own. We live in a society that evolves almost exponentially. Be it new technologies, teaching methods or coursework, itâ€™s not possible to set your sights on one VSHFLÂżFSDWKDQGIROORZDVWUDLJKWOLQH7RGD\ÂśVFODVVURRPLVDPXOWLIDFHWHGOHDUQLQJH[SHULHQFHDQGORFDO districts certainly recognize that. Theyâ€™ve been able to raise their own personal standards through one-to-one initiatives that provide laptops, smart tablets or other electronic devices to all students in certain grades. 7KHVHSURJUDPVKDYHWLHUHGEHQHÂżWVWKDWSUHSDUHVWXGHQWVIRUWKHUHDOZRUOGE\JLYLQJWKHPKDQGVRQH[perience with modern technology. 0RUH RIWHQ WKDQ QRW UXUDO GLVWULFWV OLNH WKRVH throughout our area are caught between a rock and a KDUGSODFH7KH\ÂśUHH[SHFWHGWRSHUIRUPDWWKHVDPH OHYHODVODUJHUXUEDQVFKRROVEXWWKH\KDYHIHZHUVWXdents, less money and scarce resources. This is where community support is so important. Without it, rural districts would certainly be in a much more dire state. This reality is an important thing to remember when ORRNLQJWRZDUGVWKHIXWXUHDQGLWVKRXOGQHYHUEHIRUgotten. Not only do our schools depend on the students and teachers in the classroom, they depend on WKHVXSSRUWGHGLFDWLRQDQGLQYROYHPHQWRIHYHU\RQH throughout the community. 7KHVFKRRO\HDUSURYLGHVDIUHVKVWDUWDQG FOHDQVODWHIRURXUFRPPXQLWLHV6RRQWKHIDOODWKOHWLF VHDVRQ ZLOO EHJLQ EULQJLQJ ZLWK LW WKULOO RI IRRWEDOO Fridays, marching bands and everything else. Take the WLPHWRFDWFK\RXUORFDOVFKRRORQWKHÂżHOGFRXUWRULQ concert and appreciate all the hard work that goes into HDFK\HDU%HFDXVHZLWKRXWWKHHIIRUWVRIWKHVHGHGicated individuals, our communities would be much less vibrant places.
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Donâ€™t Isolate Me I was pretty excited to learn Hampton would have a brew-pub. Like Tom T. Hall, I like beer. It makes me a jolly good fellow. I could live without it but it goes good with food. Iâ€™ll have one with supper every night as long as freedom rings. When I learned that Rustic Brew had to wait for some sort of state control to serve their own concoctions, I just chalked it up to another notch in the grip of the state over its subjects. As I visit with people in every conceivable business, itâ€™s the same story; ridiculous regulations increase their costs which are then passed on to consumers. That is if they survive the tight margins created by these unnecessary rules that threaten their viability. There has been a huge amount of growth in the micro-brew business. But much of it is hitting a ceiling. There are state limits to quantities a brew-pub can sell and they are limited to selling through established distributors. ,ÂˇP QRW JHWWLQJ LQWR VSHFLĂ€FV LQ Iowa because this column is about the general effects of regulation and I donâ€™t want them clouded by details. The article I read about this included a Michigan brewery that has put on hold a $2 million expansion and 120 new jobs because of state regulations protecting established breweries. The question that should immediDWHO\FRPHWRPLQGLVZKREHQHĂ€WV from these laws? Of course it is the members of the Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association. They see inroads by brewers of beer with taste, as opposed to yellow carbonated water, into their market, so they have given over $3 million in cam-
paign contributions in order to supposedly protect the safety of beer and preserve an â€œorderlyâ€? market. My dad often spoke of the damage trade associations do to consumers. But he fell into the same trap as many others. Thereâ€™s nothing wrong ZLWKWKHDVVRFLDWLRQVLWLVWKHLULQĂ Xence on government that is the problem. The regulations shouldnâ€™t exist at all. There is no need for them except as a weapon used to circumvent a market that might direct consumers to their competitors. The examples above are but a tiny part of the problem. Remember the embassies being closed in the Middle East because of terrorist threats? When I heard about this I thought, thatâ€™s a good start. Why do we have embassies at all? Are they bases for spies? Spies would work better out of a less conspicuous base anyway. What is wrong with Americansâ€™ relationships in foreign countries bypassing the middlemen at embassies? For Americans who want to stay home, why should they pay taxes to support staff in luxurious manVLRQV DQG RIĂ€FHV DOO RYHU WKH ZRUOG getting in the way of free trade? The reason for embassies is the same as the reason for regulations on micro-breweries; to protect businesses that shift their costs onto someone else. As we watch or read or listen to the news, where does it
come from? Government. Weâ€™ve become accustomed to having all input Ă€OWHUHGWKURXJKJRYHUQPHQWWRVXFK an extent that we accept the notion that nothing happens without it. Nothing could be further from the WUXWK*RYHUQPHQWVWLĂ HV,WGRHVQÂˇW create anything. It merely shifts costs from the less connected to those with deep enough pockets to buy politicians. If an American wants to buy rugs or sell farm equipment in the Middle East he should pay for his own protection or rely on police over there, just as we pay for law enforcement here to protect whoever comes here. The cost of that trade should EHERUQHE\WKHEHQHĂ€FLDULHVRIWKDW trade. If the farm machinery is important enough for the trading partnerâ€™s country to ensure the safety of trade reps over there, they will. Embassies serve the same purpose as regulations of business. Without them, the true cost of products traded DOORYHUWKHZRUOGZRXOGEHUHĂ HFWHG in the price of the product, instead of distorted with taxpayer handouts to favored businesses. Suggestions of closing embassies will be met with accusations of isolationism. But the truth is embassies and government relations with foreign governments in general are the epitome of isolationism. Embassies stand in the way of private citizensâ€™ relationships overseas in the same way regulations stand in the way of me getting a good beer from an entrepreneur in Hampton. Reader comments and suggestions are gladly accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Buddy was a dog that did dog things. He wasnâ€™t trained. He was just a country dog and he did what country dogs do. I would just like to have people know about Buddy. I want to explain to people how we appreciated the kindness of the deputy and the care for the dog. Thankfully, Buddy is now in a good place. Buddyâ€™s dog mother, his birth mother, brought him to our house and left him on our doorstep. He was a little muddy ball by our back door, so Warren and I picked him up and put him in a towel since he was so wet. We wrapped him up and dried him off. When we put him to bed that night we put him in the garage. But he cried all night. I put a radio in, and blankets, but he kept on crying. So I picked him up and wrapped him in a towel and rocked him on the porch swing. Ever after he was my dog. We didnâ€™t know how he got there until a couple of weeks later when his mother came with another puppy. That puppy was born a half a mile away from our house and we said, â€œNo, mother dog, one dogâ€™s enough IRU XVÂľ 7KH Ă€UVW SXSS\ ZKR ZH named Buddy, just wouldnâ€™t leave my side. A breeder came by one morning and said theyâ€™d be looking for the puppy, and said her husband saw the dog in the yard. But when she saw how Buddy stayed by my side, she decided not to take it away. She said, â€œHeâ€™s bonded to you, and once theyâ€™ve bonded, Iâ€™d never take him.â€? And thatâ€™s how Buddy joined the family. We learned when the breeder came that Buddy was an Akita. Later, we found out Buddy was also a climber. No matter how high a fence you may have, he would climb it. So weâ€™ve spent more in a month for leashes, body harnesses and collars than we have on groceriesâ€Śand they still didnâ€™t keep him. Warren even tied him to trees with rope! He was neutered too, we thought that would help. Of course, no matter
how many times he would get away, he would always come back. A lady at the vet clinic suggested we make a big tag that said, â€œI know my own way home.â€? We didnâ€™t. But, we want to thank the people who did stop and bring him home who were not afraid of him. We want to thank the people who were caring. This dog is a very intelligent dogâ€”maybe smarter about some things than people are. You can check with Karen Symens, our neighbor who works at the vet clinic. Sheâ€™ll tell you about our counting dog. This is the story. One time he ran away and somebody picked him up and took him to the vet clinic. When I went there, Karen brought him out and he looked at me and looked at WKH Ă RRU DQG , VDLG Â´%XGG\ +DYH you asked Karen how much itâ€™s going to cost for you to get out of doggy jail?â€? And with his paw, he stomped on WKHĂ RRUWKUHHWLPHV6WRPS6WRPS Stomp! Karenâ€™s jaw dropped. I thought it was pretty cute, so I said, â€œBuddy, what did you say?â€? Stomp! Stomp! Stomp!
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He was just a wonderful house dog. If we were eating, Buddy never coaxed for food or attempted to reach and grab off the table. He would sit on his rug while we ate. If you held out a crust of bread, he would gingerly reach for it. He never irritated anyone with his barking because he was not a barker. I guess we could say he was just a gentle, quiet dog. But he was a big and he needed to run and needed exercise. I do miss him. Our whole family will miss him, our children and grandchildren will miss him, our friends will miss him. When my children would call, theyâ€™d always ask, â€œHowâ€™s buddy doing?â€? There was never a time buddy wasnâ€™t included. I really want to thank the deputies who have been so caring and interested and protective of Buddy. We apologize to the people in Hansell who were harassed by our friendly playful dog. We want you to know that buddy will no longer a part of our family. Weâ€™ve been assisted by 7RP%HUU\LQĂ€QGLQJDQHZKRPHIRU Buddy. Iâ€™m thankful for the suggesNick Pedley is the regional news tion of taking him away to a training editor of the Hampton Chronicle, school for service dogs. Someday he 6KHIÂżHOG 3UHVV DQG 3LRQHHU (QWHUwill be a service dog for a disabled prise. military person.
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Fifty Years Ago August 22, 1963 0HPEHUVRIWKH+DPSWRQ.LZDQLV DQG 5RWDU\ FOXEV MRLQHG IRUFHV ODVW 7XHVGD\ QLJKW WR SUHSDUH IRRG IRU WKH FRRNRXW KHOG IRU PHPEHUV wives and guests at Beeds Lake State Park. Ideal weather helped make WKH DIIDLU D KXJH VXFFHVV ZLWK RYHU SHUVRQV SDUWDNLQJ RI GHOLFLRXV VWHDN EDNHG SRWDWRHV VDODG FRIIHH and watermelon. Members helping ZLWK WKH SUHSDUDWLRQ RI WKH VDODG DUH Leo H. Horak, Lowell E/ Swartz, 0- *UHHQÂżHOG *DLO +HQGHUVRQ DQG George Soper. All committees were chaired by C.B. Donahue and Harold B. McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wieman and daughter, Elaine, of Geneva, and Dawn Palmer spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Clemens, at Dumont. The Hampton Girl Scouts spent August 12-14 at Camp Gaywood at Clear Lake. Mrs. Dallas Miller, Mrs. James Foreman, Mrs. Dan L. Whitney and Mrs. Richard Miller accompanied the group to the cookie camp. The JLUOV FRRNHG DOO RI WKHLU PHDOV DQG worked on outdoor cook and adventure EDGJHV 6RPH RI WKH RWKHU DFWLYLWLHV enjoyed were swimming, hiking, archery and group singing. Forty Years Ago August 16, 1973 Oak Lursen (whose real name is Oltman) began his trash pick-up service in Hampton in 1944. He has now sold his business and plans a well
GHVHUYHG UHWLUHPHQW 6RPH RI KLV accomplishments in the business world over the past 29 years would dazzle WKH PLQGV RI HYHQ WKH PRVW HIÂżFLHQW HIÂżFLHQF\H[SHUWV+HÂśVQHYHUPLVVHG a pick-up in all the years heâ€™s driven the route, hasnâ€™t taken a vacation YDFDWLRQLQÂżYH\HDUVQHYHUKDVKDGWR send a bill, raised his rates only twice LQ WKH SDVW \HDUV RSHUDWHV RXW RI an antiquated truck because â€œit does the job I expect it to,â€? but above all, has established a person rapport with HDFKRQHRIKLVFXVWRPHUV(YHU\RQH knows Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wendt of Parkersburg visited Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eisentrager. The Hampton Community High School FFA livestock judging team WRSSHG D ÂżHOG RI + DQG ))$ teams entered in the Hamilton County Fair invitational livestock judging contest held at Webster City Saturday. Team members were Bruce Behn, Paul Benning, Rick Ritland, and Glen Burmester. In the individual scoring, Behn placed second, Benning seventh DQG5LFN5LWODQGWZHOIWK,QDGGLWLRQ to winning top overall team honors, the team won the sheep judging division DQGSODFHGÂżIWKLQEHHIFDWWOH Thirty Years Ago August 18, 1983 Glen Nachazel, Alden, represented the Iowa Soybean producers at the $PHULFDQ 6R\EHDQ $VVRFLDWLRQ (ASA) Expo in Nashville, Tenn. July 31 to Aug. 4. The Iowa Soybean
Association received several honors at the Expo, including an DZDUG IRU the largest membership g r o w t h . The association increased by 1,900 members this last year, making Iowa the largest membership state in the country. Cliff Prull, Geneva, won the class H Iowa State Farmersâ€™ Championship title in the horseshoe pitching competition at the 1983 Iowa State Fair. He won three games, losing none in winning the title. Mrs. Judy Schwab and sons, Chad DQG&RU\RI5RPH1<DUULYHG6XQGD\ to spend two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richtsmeier. Joining WKHP IRU GLQQHU DW WKH 5LFKWVPHLHU home Sunday evening were Mr. and 0UV:LOO%HFNPDQRI&OHDU/DNHDQG their daughter and grandson, Traudi 6FKZDEDQGVRQ0DUFXVRI0XQLFK Germany. Twenty Years Ago August 19, 1993 0LUDQGD )XOWRQ GDXJKWHU RI 3HWHDQG0DU\$QQ)XOWRQRI+DPSWRQ ZRQ ÂżUVW SODFH LQ WKH ,RZD :LOGOLIH )HGHUDWLRQ SRUWLRQ RI WKH 1DWLRQDO :LOGOLIH:HHNSRVWHUFRQWHVW)XOWRQ KHUSDUHQWVDQGKHUWHDFKHUIURPODVW school year, Mrs. Betty Springer, will attend an awards banquet in October to recognize the winners. She will
UHFHLYHDIUHHPHPEHUVKLSWRWKH,RZD :LOGOLIH)HGHUDWLRQDQGDZLOGOLIHDUW print. Her poster will be on display at the banquet in Coralville. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weinberger and Donald were guests Sunday at the home of the Bruce Keehns at Waukee. Rain and thunderstorms cut short VRPH RI WKH IXQ DW &RXOWHU )XQ 'D\ July 10, but there was enough time IRUSHRSOHWRFDVWEDOORWVLQWKHÂł.LVV the Pigâ€? contest and the, er, lucky winner, was Mayor Jim Warwick. The day was cut short when storms FXW RII WKH HOHFWULFLW\ DQG VNLHV JUHZ threatening. Organizers thanked those who participated and volunteered and said they are planning another event IRUQH[W\HDU Ten Years Ago August 13, 2003 During the Karaoke Showcase in Band Shell Park on Tuesday , Aug. 5, 3DW3DOPHUSUHVHQWHGDFKHFNIRU IURPKLVHPSOR\HU0LGZHVW:LUHOHVV to Main Street Music. Palmer hands the check to Main Street Music chairperson, Amy Holmgaard. Gloria Martin of Claremont, Calif., spent a week with her brother and sister-in-law, Calvin and Betty Jansonius. While here she attended her 55th class reunion of the Ackley High School. Brad A. Scheideman has been QDPHG D PHPEHU RI WKH ([HFXWLYH &RXQFLO RI 1HZ<RUN /LIH Insurance Company. Sy Sternberg, 1HZ <RUN /LIHÂśV FKDLUPDQ DQG &(2
announced last week. Scheideman DQG KLV ZLIH 0LQG\ KDYH OLYHG LQ +DPSWRQIRUPRUHWKDQHOHYHQ\HDUV DQG DUH WKH SDUHQWV RI WKUHH FKLOGUHQ Elle, Macy and Abe. Five Years Ago August 13, 2008 A crop duster sprays a potent LQVHFWLFLGH RQ D VR\EHDQ ÂżHOG QHDU Hampton last week. Aphids, seen here clinging to a soybean stem, can double in population in as little as a day-andDKDOI5RJHU+DQVHQRI/LTXL*URZ UHIXHOV D FURS GXVWLQJ DLUSODQH DW WKH Hampton Municipal Airport. The DLUFUDIWV GR QRW ERWKHU VKXWWLQJ GRZQ WKHLU HQJLQHV ZKLOH UHIXHOLQJ DQG WDNLQJRQPRUHFKHPLFDOVLQDQHIIRUW to cover as many acres as possible. Burnie Greimann was in Popejoy Saturday afternoon where she attended a celebration at the United Methodist Church. They are celebrating 150th anniversary of the church body. Following the celebration she was in Alden to visit a friend, Barbara Chessmore, whose husband had been a welder in Popejoy. She enjoyed supper with her. $IWHU WKUHH DQG RQHKDOI \HDUV in the U.S. Marine Corps. Bradley Christopher Colman has been promoted to Sgt. He is attached to the 1st BN 2 Division Marines, 4th Platoon Bravo Company. In addition, Sgt. Colman has been deployed to northern Iraq, Anbar Province, as a squad leader. Sgt. Colman is the son RI-RHDQG&KULV&ROPDQ7KRUQWRQ
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The following were resolved recently in criminal proceedings in the district court for Franklin County: Â‡ 7KH FRXUWV KDQGOHG WZR probation revocation matters. Â‡ +HDWK $OOHQ =LHVPDQ Alden, pled guilty on July 29 to domestic abuse assault, second offense. On the same date he was committed to the custody of the Director of the Iowa Department of Corrections for up to two years, suspended, and was given credit for two days time served. He was placed on two years probation with the Department of Correctional Services, which will run consecutively with another case. He must pay a $300 enrollment fee, must be held in jail until a bed opens up at the BJ Residential Facility as a condition of the probation, he must be held up to six months or until IXOO EHQHÂżWV DUH REWDLQHG PXVW FRPSOHWH D EDWWHUHUÂśV HGXFDWLRQ course, and the no contact order UHPDLQV LQ IRUFH IRU ÂżYH \HDUV He must pay $100 in court costs. 7KH FDVH ZDV ÂżOHG -XQH E\ the Hampton Police Department. Â‡-DUHG-DPHV+HEO&HGDU Rapids, pled guilty on July 29 to driving while revoked. On the same date he was sentenced to four days in jail with credit for 12.5 KRXUVWLPHVHUYHG+HZDVÂżQHG
$625, assessed a 35 percent surcharge, and $140 in court costs. A second count, operating while intoxicated, was dismissed. &DVH ZDV ÂżOHG )HEUXDU\ E\ the Iowa State Patrol. Â‡ .HLWK (GZDUGV 5RJHUV Ashdown, Ark., pled guilty on July 29 to operating while intoxicated. On the same date he was sentenced to 41 days in jail with credit for 41 days time served. +H ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG a 35 percent surcharge, a $10 surcharge, and $100 in court costs. He must abstain and follow through with substance abuse evaluation recommendations. A second count, operating while intoxicated, was dismissed. Case ZDV ÂżOHG -XQH E\ WKH ,RZD State Patrol.
The following actions were resolved recently in Franklin County Magistrate Court: Â‡ -XVWLQ 0LFKDHO 5LHFN Hampton, pled guilty on August 8 to contempt of court. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 30 days suspended. He must FRPSOHWH EDWWHUHUÂśV HGXFDWLRQ course. If the course is not completed, the 30 day sentence may be enforced. He was also assessed $60 court costs. Â‡ (OOLH 3IHUW]HO 0DVRQ &LW\ SOHG JXLOW\ RQ $XJXVW WR ÂżIWK
degree theft. She was assessed a $125 surcharge, and $60 court FRVWV$ÂżQHZDVVXVSHQGHG and restitution of $119.46 has EHHQ SDLG &DVH ZDV ÂżOHG -XQH 27 for bad check. Â‡ )UDQNOLQ 1DKXQ 0DUWLQH] 2UWL] +DPSWRQ SOHG JXLOW\ RQ August 8 to domestic abuse assault, simple misdemeanor. +H ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D $26.25 surcharge, and $60 court costs. Defendant is sentenced to 48 hours in jail. Time must be served by August 12. Case was ÂżOHG-XO\E\+DPSWRQ3ROLFH Â‡/D.LVKD/DPRQ-RKQVRQ Hampton, pled guilty on August 8 to disorderly conduct. She was ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D surcharge, and $60 court costs. &DVH ZDV ÂżOHG -XO\ E\ WKH Hampton Police. Â‡ -XVWLQ 5RQDOG 6HUYDW\ Braham, Minn, pled guilty on August 8 to disorderly conduct. +H ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG D $26.25 surcharge, and $60 court FRVWV&DVHZDVÂżOHG-XO\E\ the Hampton Police. Â‡ &LW\ RI 6KHIÂżHOG YV $VKOH\ - 6FKURHGHU 6KHIÂżHOG SOHG guilty on August 1 to dog at large and harboring a vicious animal. 6KH ZDV ÂżQHG DVVHVVHG a $35 surcharge, and $60 court costs on each count. Case was ÂżOHG -XQH E\ WKH 6KHIÂżHOG Police.
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From the Log Castorena, 15, Hampton, for no driverâ€™s license. Martin Rodriguez, 27, Hampton was cited with burning/incineration prohibited. Friday, August 9 DP2IĂ€FHUVUHVSRQGHGWRD Ă€UH DW WK 6W +DPSWRQ ,W was an unreported controlled burn. DP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGZLWK WDNLQJĂ€QJHUSULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQW Jail information SP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGZLWK As of August 8, the Franklin WDNLQJĂ€QJHUSULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQW &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂˇV 2IĂ€FH UHSRUWHG SP 2IĂ€FHUV DUUHVWHG 'RQsix inmates were located in Hardin ald James Wentzel, 53, Hampton, on County and one was located in Cera Franklin County warrant for a proro Gordo County. bation violation. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR Hampton Police a civil matter. Monday, August 5 SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR DP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a barking dog complaint at 805 3rd 1015 2nd St. NW for a report of a St. NW. disturbance for alleged intoxicated SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a civil matter. individual. 4:37 p.m.: Dispatchers received DP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG a call of a subject falling in a ditch to 309 3rd Ave. NW for a loud musouthbound on I-35 near the 161 sic complaint. mile marker. Dispatchers advised 11:45 a.m.: Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 hangup call. the Iowa State Patrol. Thursday, August 8 SP2IĂ€FHUVSHUIRUPHGD SP 2IĂ€FHUV DUUHVWHG 0L DP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D UH- chael Eugene Carter, 36, Altoona, welfare check at 614 1st St. NE. Wednesday, August 7 port of an alarm going off at 319 and charged him with domestic SP 2IĂ€FHUV WRRN D UHSRUW DP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D Central Ave. E. The alarm was not abuse assault. of a vehicle being run off the roadreport of a dead end sign being re- set at the store. SP 2IĂ€FHUV DVVLVWHG ZLWK moved on 3rd St. NW. DP 2IĂ€FHUV UHVSRQGHG WR WUDIĂ€F FRQWURO ZLWK UHJDUGV WR WKH Please return the DP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D UH- an alarm going off at 104 1st St. NW. Summerfest Car Cruise. HANAWALT History Book port of paint in the roadway on 4th Tuesday, August 6 SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUH SP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D DP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D St. SE. port of a wallet being found at 321 stray cat report at 10 Central Ave. W. entitled 11:32 a.m.: Dispatchers received a 4th St. SW. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHâ€œCock of the Woodsâ€? vandalism report at 500 1st St. NW. DP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUH- 9-1-1 hangup call from 108 1st St. DP2IĂ€FHUVLQYHVWLJDWHGD port of a street light out at 700 2nd CALL 641-775-3363 two vehicle accident at the intersec- St. NE. 10:52 p.m.: Dispatchers received tion of Highways 3 and 65. A vehicle driven by Victoria Ashford, Hamp- 9-1-1 hang-up call. Michael Carter, 38, Altoona, was ton sustained $2,500 in damages. A YHKLFOHGULYHQE\0DWWKHZ+RHĂ LQJ cited with domestic abuse assault. Odeboldt, sustained $250 in damagSaturday, August 10 es. Ashford was cited for failure to DP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR yield upon entering a through higha misc./civil matter at 105 1st Ave. way. 10:34 a.m.: Dispatchers sent the SW. DP2IĂ€FHUVDUUHVWHG0RLVIowa State Patrol to a call on I-35 es Ayala Rosario, 28, Hampton, for northbound. SP 2IĂ€FHUV DUUHVWHG 2O- operating while intoxicated and no &RQĂ€UPHG*XHVWV Iowa House and Senate Memebers ivia Ozuna, 19, Hampton, at 609 drivers license. DP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR Central Ave. W. for aiding and abetMatt Schultz, Iowa Secretary of State Dennis Guth - State Senator - District 4 ting a violation of a no contact order, 603 1st Ave. SE. for a disturbance. Henry Rayhons - State DQG Ă€IWK GHJUHH WKHIW 2IĂ€FHUV DOVR 4:23 a.m.: Dispatchers received a Meet US Senate Candidates arrested Mario Castellanos, 24, Mar- report of a semi tipped over northRepresentative - District 8 Scott Schaben - U.S. Sentate candidate shalltown for violation of a no con- bound on I-35 near the 166 mile & Local Representatives tact order. Both subjects were placed marker. Dispatchers forwarded the David Young - Former US Sen. Charles in cells and held to appear. call to the Iowa State Patrol. No inGrassley Chief of Staff SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUH- juries were reported. port of a bike being found at 500 1st DP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDUHSRUWRI St. NW. a burglary at a residence at 202 12th Advance Tickets Call 515-571-0056 or 515-825-3580 and available at the door SP 2IĂ€FHUV WRRN D UHSRUW Ave. NW. of glasses being found near the interDP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGZLWK section of Olive Ave. and Lake Dr. WUDIĂ€F FRQWURO IRU WKH WUDFWRU ULGH DW SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHDVNHGWR Highway 3 and Olive Ave. do a dog welfare check at 122 1st St. SP2IĂ€FHUVDUUHVWHG2QOL[ NW. Rolando Matute, 44, Hampton, for SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR operating while intoxicated, no driva juvenile matter at 500 1st St. NW. erâ€™s license, no insurance, and open 5:33 p.m.: Dispatchers received a container. He was placed in a cell 9-1-1 phone call at 17 2nd St. NW. and held to appear. The subject was testing 9-1-1 phone SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDGRJ line. welfare complaint at 317 3rd Ave. 5:40 pm.: Dispatchers received an NW. erratic driver report on I-35 northSP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGPHGLbound. cal personnel at 315 2nd St. NW. 6:18 p.m.: Dispatchers received SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHa report of a vehicle with luggage port of a truck blocking the gate to coming off the top in Cerro Gordo the compost site in the 1300 block of County. The call was forward to Cer- Olive Ave. ro Gordo County. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR SP 2IĂ€FHUV UHVSRQGHG WR a civil matter at 17 2nd St. NW. a juvenile behavior complaint at 10 7:22 p.m.: Dispatchers received Central Ave. W. a 9-1-1 hangup call at 1215 Central SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR Ave. E. a juvenile behavior matter. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR SP2IĂ€FHUVFLWHGDQGUH- a barking dog complaint at 21 2nd lease Nicole Schall, 20, Hampton, St. NW. for allowing an unauthorized minor WR GULYH 2IĂ€FHUV DOVR FLWHG 0DULDK Sunday, August 11 Franklin County Attorney Franklin County Attorney Daniel F. Wiechmann Jr. reports the monthly caseload for July as folORZV WUDLO LQIRUPDWLRQV Ă€OHG eight arraignments; one plea change hearing; 23 pre-trial conferences; 11 sentences; two probation revocations; one review hearing; one bond UHYLHZDQGĂ€YHDUUHVWZDUUDQWV
way on Highway 3. SP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGPHGLcal personnel at 400 2nd St. NE. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDMXvenile behavior complaint near the intersection of 4th Ave NW. and 3rd St. NW. SP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDMXYHQLOH welfare complaint at 309 Central Ave. W. SP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGDQRWKer agency east of Hampton. SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH FDOOHG to an animal issue at 7th St. NE and Highway 3. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a civil matter at 1300 Olive Ave. 5:53 p.m.: Dispatchers received an open ended call at 17 2nd Ave. SW. 6:28 p.m.: Dispatchers received an erratic driver complaint on I-35 southbound near the 165 mile marker. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a juvenile matter at 522 3rd Ave. SE. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR DYHKLFOHWUDIĂ€FPDWWHUDW&HQtral Ave. W. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWRDVVLVWZLWKWUDIĂ€FFRQWURODWQG6W NW. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR DSRVVLEOHĂ€JKWDWVW6W1: Sheryl Jervis, 47, Hampton, was FLWHGIRUĂ€IWKGHJUHHWKHIW
port of an open overhead door at 312 1st Ave. SW. DP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR DYHKLFOHWUDIĂ€FPDWWHUDW&HQtral Ave. E. SP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDQDQLPDO complaint at 309 Central Ave. W. SP 2IĂ€FHUV DVVLVWHG ZLWK FROOHFWLQJ Ă€QJHUSULQWV IRU HPSOR\ment. SP2IĂ€FHUVDUUHVWHG0DU\ Busma, 67, Hampton, for fourth degree theft. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a juvenile behavior matter. SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH GLVpatched to Highway 3 east of HampWRQIRUDQXQVSHFLĂ€HGPDWWHU SP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGZLWKFROOHFWLQJĂ€QJHUSULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQW SP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG D driving complaint at 700 1st St. NE. SP2IĂ€FHUVDVVLVWHGDQLQdividual at 614 1st St. NE. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHport of a dog being found. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDVXVpicion complaint on 12th Ave. NE. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHVSRQGHGWR DQXQVSHFLĂ€HGGLVWXUEDQFH
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NE. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHTXHVWHGDVVLVWDQFHIRUWUDIĂ€FFRQWURO 1:07 p.m.: Dispatchers received a test 9-1-1 call from 1555 255th St. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDPLVcellaneous civil matter call from 848 3rd St. NW. 3:10 p.m.: Dispatchers received a FDOOIRULQIRUPDWLRQIRURIĂ€FHUV SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHport of articles being found at 319 Central Ave. E. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR 10 4th Ave. SE for juvenile behavior matters. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDVXVpicion complaint from 10 5th Ave. NE. 4:11 p.m.: Dispatchers received a report of an erratic driver northbound on I-35 near the 161 mile marker. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHport of a domestic matter. SP 2IĂ€FHUV UHFHLYHG DQ open ended phone call from 100 12th Ave. NE.
DP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a juvenile matter at 209 5th St. SE. DP 2IĂ€FHUV LQYHVWLJDWHG D two vehicle accident in a parking lot. Vehicle one, driven by Rachel Card, Hampton, had an estimated $50 in damages; parked vehicle owned by Donald Dyer, Naples, Fla., had an estimated $350 in damages. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHport of phone calls received in the 400 block of 90th St. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR a civil matter at 221 4th St. SE. SP 2IĂ€FHUV ZHUH QRWLĂ€HG of articles being found at 17 2nd St. NW. SP2IĂ€FHUVUHFHLYHGDUHport of a juvenile matter. SP2IĂ€FHUVWRRNDUHSRUWRI a theft in the 200 block of 3rd Ave. NW. 9:08 p.m.: Dispatchers sent the Iowa State Patrol to a complaint on I-35 southbound near the 171 mile marker SP'LVSDWFKHUVQRWLĂ€HGWKH Iowa State Patrol of a driver headed southbound on I-35 near the 165 mile marker with no lights on. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a tree limb down in the street on 2nd St. SE. SP2IĂ€FHUVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a burglary at 1000 1st St. NW. Monday, August 12 12:40 a.m.: Dispatchers received a call about a matter on Highway 20. 1RWLĂ€HGWKH,RZD6WDWH3DWURO DP 2IĂ€FHUV DVVLVWHG WKH )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂˇV 2IĂ€FH with booking Christopher Lee Zimmerman, 37, Grinnell, on a Franklin County warrant for failure to appear. Franklin County Sheriffâ€™s OfĂ€FH Tuesday, July 30 1:58 a.m.: Deputies were advised RI D WUXFN Ă€UH DW WKH &UD]\ $FUHV Campground. The call was forwarded to Hardin County, who, in turn, paged Ackley Fire. 5:34 a.m.: Deputies transported a prisoner to Hardin County. 1:22 p.m.: Deputies transported a prisoner to Hardin County. 1:24 p.m.: Deputies were called to the Crazy Acres Campground where a child was locked in a camper bathroom. 7:27 p.m.: Deputies were advised RQ D WUDIĂ€F FRPSODLQW RI D YHKLFOH headed southbound on Highway 65 near 190th Ave. 8:31 p.m.: Deputies assisted the Hampton Police Department with a call. Wednesday, July 31 1:06 a.m.: Deputies transported a prisoner to Hardin County. 1:06 p.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 1600 block of Dorrell Dr. 2:46 p.m.: Deputies removed a deceased dog from the roadway. 4:21 p.m.: Deputies were called to a vehicle in the ditch near the intersection of 160th St. and Mallard Ave. There were no damages or injuries reported. 8:30 p.m.: Deputies were called for a motorist assist at Dudleys. Subjects requested help with gas money. Thursday, August 1 6:37 a.m.: Deputies transported a prisoner to Hardin County. 10:45 a.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel from Franklin General Hospital and West Franklin EMS in the 100 block of N Andrews in Latimer. 5:55 p.m.: Deputies were called to an alarm in the 100 block of Brick\DUG 'U 6KHIĂ€HOG 2ZQHU VDLG HYerything was OK, that the lights had Ă LFNHUHG ZKLFK PD\ KDYH WULSSHG the alarm. 6:04 p.m.: Deputies received reports of power lines down on roadway in Chapin. Deputies advised MidAmerican Energy. 6:29 p.m.: Deputies received a reSRUW RI D WUDQVIRUPHU RQ Ă€UH LQ WKH EORFNRI0DOODUG$YH6KHIĂ€HOG Fire was paged. Friday, August 2 1:16 p.m.: Deputies assisted medLFDO SHUVRQQHO IURP WKH 6KHIĂ€HOG E-Squad and Franklin General Hospital in the 200 block of W. Gilman 6WLQ6KHIĂ€HOG 5 p.m.: Deputies transported a prisoner to Hardin County. 8:45 p.m.: Deputies transported four juveniles from the 172 or 173 mile marker of I-35 southbound to Clear Lake while their vehicle was being towed. Saturday, August 3 12:41 a.m.: Deputies transported a prisoner from Emmetsburg to Hardin County. 10:12 a.m.: Deputies received an DODUP QRWLĂ€FDWLRQ LQ WKH EORFN of Finch Ave., Dows. Deputy spoke with the owner who said everything Log: See Page 9
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Bessie Terpstra, 89, of Ackley, died on Saturday, August 3, 2013, at the Presbyterian Village in Ackley. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, August 7, at the Christian Reformed Church in Austinville with burial in the Oakwood Cemetery in Ackley. The Sietsema Funeral Home Bessie Terpstra in Ackley was in charge of arrangements. Bessie DeVries Terpstra was born on September 30, 1923, near Austinville to Ben and Annie (Frerichs) DeVries. Bessie graduated from Aplington High School and then the University of Northern Iowa. On August 12, 1946, she was united in marriage to Ralph Terpstra in Austinville. She began teaching in a rural, one-room schoolhouse near Austinville after only six months of college but continued to study and received her teaching degree from UNI in 1977. She taught in several schools and retired from Parkersburg School District after teaching fourth grade there for many years. She was an avid gardener and loved raising all 1923-2013 W\SHVRIĂ RZHUV Services: Bessie is survived by her husband, 10 a.m. August 7 Ralph; two sons: Calvin (Patti) TerpChristian Reformed Church stra, of Norwalk, CT; and Paul (DiAustinville ane) Terpstra, of Janesville, Wisc.; two daughters-in-laws: Brenda (Aswegan) Terpstra Brown, of Leander, Burial: Texas; and Karen (Bennett) Terpstra, Oakwood Cemetery, Ackley of Ames; 10 grandchildren: Wendi Terpstra, of Bristow; Shari (Rob) Arrangements by: Thies, of Ankeny; Ashlynn (Michael) Sietsema Funeral Home Portel, of North Platte, Neb.; Joseph Ackley (Shawna) Terpstra, of Houston, Texsurls.com as; Alizabeth Del Castillo, of Grundy 641-847-2333 Center; Theodore (Carol) Terpstra Henze ,of Waterloo; Neal (Lindsey) Terpstra, of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Darren Terpstra, of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Melanie Terpstra, of Janesville, Wisc.; and Lance Terpstra, of Janesville, Wisc.; four step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a step-great-grandchild; and a sister-in-law Elsie (Koop) DeVries, of Ackley. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sons George and Robert; three brothers Ben G. DeVries, Cornelius DeVries and Raymond DeVries and two sisters Grace (DeVries) Behends and Henrietta (DeVries) Hicok.
+DUROGÂł%XWFKÂ´6SULQJHURI+DPSWRQGLHG0RQGD\$XJXVW at his home in Hampton. 0HPRULDO VHUYLFHV ZHUH KHOG IURP SP RQ 6DWXUGD\$XJXVW DW Harriman Park, Hampton. Military honors will be conducted. Butch Springer 6KRXOG IULHQGV GHVLUH PHPRULDOV PD\EHOHIWLQ+DUROGÂśVQDPHLQFDUH RIKLVIDPLO\ Harold Duane (Dreher) Springer was born on May 15, 1944, in MaVRQ&LW\WKHVRQRI'XDQHDQG0DUMRULH:ROI 'UHKHU ,Q -XO\ RI +DUROG HQWHUHG the United States Army, serving as personnel manager and SP4 while VWDWLRQHGLQ+DZDLLEHIRUHKLV KRQorable discharge. On June 13, 1965, Harold was united in marriage to Jolene Tatro at the Little Brown Church in Nashua, they would be blessed with two sons DQG\HDUVWRJHWKHU Following his time in the mili1944-2013 tary Harold worked as the publisher Services: DQG HGLWRU RI WKH .DQVDV 2XWGRRUV3-5 p.m. August 10 man newspaper while attending the Harriman Park :RUOGZLGH &ROOHJH RI $XFWLRQHHUHampton LQJKHZRUNHGDVDQ$XFWLRQHHUIRU Arrangements by: ten years. He then was employed as Hogan Bremer Moore Colonial personnel manager at CE (CombusChapel, Mason City WLEOH (QJLQHHULQJ IRU \HDUV DQG colonialchapels.com in shipping at and Curries in Mason City, where he would be employed 641-423-2372 IRU\HDUVEHIRUHKLVUHWLUHPHQW Harold cherished the time spent ZLWKKLVZLIHVRQVJUDQGFKLOGUHQDQGJUHDWJUDQGFKLOGUHQ+HZDVGHYRWHG to rescuing homeless animals and enjoyed watching the Minnesota Vikings, FROOHFWLQJDUWSULQWVKXQWLQJDQGÂżVKLQJYLGHRWDSLQJIDPLO\HYHQWVWUDYHOing, and remodeling homes with his two sons. 7KRVHJUDWHIXOLQVKDULQJLQKLVOLIHDUHKLVZLIHRI\HDUV-ROHQH7Dtro) Springer; sons, Steven Springer and Timothy Springer; grandchildren, Dustin Springer and Andrea (Henry II) Gonzales; great grandchildren, Kaeden Crow and Henry Gonzales III; sisters, Linda (Terry) Schulz, Pam (Greg) Havig, Kathy (Richard) Hatten, and Cindy Hicok; brothers, Wally Springer, Neal Springer, and Don (Kim) Swann; as well as extended relatives DQGIULHQGV He is preceded in death by his sister, Debbie Lucero, and her son, Chad Lucero. +RJDQ%UHPHU0RRUH&RORQLDO&KDSHORI0DVRQ&LW\ZDVLQFKDUJHRI arrangements.
Barbara J. Szakas, 71, of Aredale, died on Saturday, August 10, 2013, at her home with her family by her side. Barbara Szakas was born on February 19, 1942, in Los Angeles, California, to Gordon Douglas and Norma Caroline (Allen) Harrison. She Barbara J. Szakas graduated from Monroe High School in North Hills, California. She attended Valley College in Van Nuys, Calif. and later received her Masterâ€™s in Nursing from the University of Phoenix, where she was part of a sorority. Barbara served her country in the United States Army as a Nurse. She was active with the International Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, the Order of the Eastern Star in California and Iowa and the International Order of Jobâ€™s Daughters. Barbara enjoyed reading and genealogy. She is survived by her daughter Norma Szakas of Hesperia, Calif., granddaughter Julia Zeldin of Hes1942-2013 peria, Calif., sister Linda L. HarriServices: son of Aredale, sister Dianne Kozara 11 a.m. Riverside Cemetery of Tomball, Tex.; Normaâ€™s father, JoRockford seph Szakas, of Aredale; niece Gail Arrangements by: Quinteros, nephew Scott Kozara, Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Homes great nieces April Eubanks, Kayla Hampton Quinteros and Autumn Quinteros, great great niece Lillian Hartoon, sietsemavogelfuneralhomes.com 641-456-3232 great great nephew Leland Eubanks, along with several cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Gordon and Norma, and her brother-in-law, Peter Kozara. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m., on Wednesday, August 14, at WKH5LYHUVLGH&HPHWHU\LQ5RFNIRUG,QOLHXRIĂ RZHUVPHPRULDOVPD\EH directed to the American Cancer Society or The HIKE Fund. The Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home of Dumont is in charge of arrangements.
Shirley (Reinke) Plagge of Latimer died on Friday, August 2, 2013. She was 90 years old and living at the Franklin Country View Nursing Facility in Hampton. Shirley was born on January 21, 1923, the third daughter of Lydia (Weber) and Herbert Reinke in Geneva. Shirley always described her childhood Shirley Plagge as wonderful, full of family love and time to dream. Many of the happiest memories were shared with her sister Ruth. Though she grew up during the Depression, Shirley felt her life was rich and â€œthe best of timesâ€?. Shirley attended Geneva Schools, graduating with a life-long love of learning and friendships. Throughout life, Shirley valued world awareness and thoroughly enjoyed discussions on vast topics supported by her voracious reading. Following a courtship that commenced with a blind date, Shirley was united in marriage to LaVern Plagge on November 10, 1941, in Geneva. World War II impacted farming plans and instead guided them to early homes near army bases in Kansas and Washington, WKHĂ€UVWRIWKHLUPDQ\WUDYHOVERWKGRmestic and international. To this union 1927-2013 two children, a son, Jerry, and a daughServices: ter, Joyce, were born. Shirley appre11 a.m. August 10 ciated her farm life in rural Latimer; a Immanuel United Church of OLIH Ă€OOHG ZLWK WKH F\FOHV RI JURZLQJ Christ, Latimer and adventures both great and small. Pastor Lindsey Braun Shirley always took pride in her role as a homemaker and was an award-winRIÂżFLDWLQJ ning baker, most noted for rolls. Her Burial: H[SDQVLYHĂ RZHUJDUGHQVVWRSSHGWUDI- Marion Center Cemetery, LatimĂ€FDQGHQULFKHGKHUKRPHZKLOHIUHVK er garden produce contributed to amazing Arrangements by: meals for family and friends. Shirley Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home thrived wherever â€œplanted,â€? especially in the home she and Lavern created Hampton within Latimer where grandchildren sietsemavogelfuneralhomes.com loved the combination of farm adven641-456-3232 tures as well as the beautiful park next door that they considered their world. Most valued in Shirleyâ€™s life were always the family, the church, and her wide community of friends. Her early years at the Geneva Methodist Church as well as her life at Immanuel United Church of Christ in Latimer nourished her legacy of service and her strong Christian commitment. As a dedicated member of Immanuel, she assumed a litany of leadership, teaching, and involvement roles. She will always be remembered for her devotion to family, reveling in family fun and special events. Memories UHĂ HFWKHU]HVWIRUOLYLQJWKHKDSSLQHVVRIKHUODXJKWHUKHUIULHQGVKLSRIIHUHG to all, and her dedication to making the world better for others. Shirley was a woman of strong faith, a vibrant example of care, compassion and social action. Her dedication to helping others is displayed in the many organizations beneĂ€WWLQJIURPKHUIRFXVDQGYROXQWHHUFRPPLWPHQWVHVSHFLDOO\&$/&RPPXQLW\ Schools, CAL Over 60â€™s, Immanuel UCC, Latimer Park Society and others. Her memory is to be honored through memorials to the organizations she greatly valued. Among those cherishing her memory are: her children Jerry and Jeanne Plagge, Joyce and Donald Benes; her grandchildren: Scott (Julie) Plagge, Troy &DURO 3ODJJH*DEULHOOH6DQGEHUJ<RUNĂ€DQFp(OL]DEHWK .HQW-HVVLFD DQG Kyle; her great grandchildren: Brandon, Bryan, Jordan, Amanda, Ryley, Paige, Kaia and Lucas; four great-great-granddaughters; sisters-in-law Evonne Plagge, Lorena Koch, Elaine Reinke, along with many wonderful nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends whom she so valued. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, LaVern, sisters: Ruth and Marlys, parents-in-law, Louise and Louis Plagge, infant granddaughter, Dawn Ranae, brothers-in-law: Herbert Plagge, Wayne Plagge, Don Koch, and Don Reinke;, and a sister-in-law, Margaret Plagge. A Celebration of Life was held at 11 a.m., Saturday, August 10, 2013, at the Immanuel United Church of Christ in Latimer, with Pastor Lindsey Braun RIĂ€FLDWLQJ*UDYHVLGHVHUYLFHVZHUHKHOGDWDPSULRUWRWKHVHUYLFHRQ Saturday, August 10, 2013, at the Marion Center Cemetery in rural Latimer. The Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home of Latimer was in charge of arrangements.
Ralph Terpstra, 86, of Ackley, died on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at the Presbyterian Village in Ackley. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, August 7, at the Christian Reformed Church in Austinville with burial in the Oakwood Ralph Terpstra Cemetery in Ackley. The Sietsema Funeral Home in Ackley was in charge of arrangements. Ralph Lewis Terpstra was born on February 16, 1927, near Prairie City, to George and Elizabeth (Kuiper) Terpstra. On August 12, 1946, Ralph was united in marriage to Bessie DeVries in Austinville. Ralph operated the gas station on the Austinville curve in the 50â€™s, ran a cream route for the Ackley Creamery, worked at the Ackley electric power plant, and managed the Ackley ready mix (concrete) plant for many years. He was an avid wood worker and made many woodworking projects for friends and family. He is survived by his two sons: Calvin (Patti) Terpstra, of Norwalk, 1927-2013 CT; and Paul (Diane) Terpstra, of Services: Janesville, Wisc.; two daughters10 a.m. August 7 in-law Brenda (Aswegan) Terpstra Christian Reformed Church Brown, of Leander, Texas; and KarAustinville en (Bennett) Terpstra, of Ames; 10 grandchildren: Wendi Terpstra, of Pastor Corby Jo Johnson Bristow; Shari (Rob) Thies, of AnRIÂżFLDWLQJ keny; Aslynn (Michael) Portel, of Burial: North Platte, Neb.; Joseph (Shawna) Oakwood Cemetery, Ackley Terpstra, of Houston, Texas; AlizaArrangements by: beth Del Castillo, of Grundy Center; Sietsema Funeral Home Theodore (Carol) Terpstra Henze, of Ackley Cedar Rapids; Neal (Lindsey) Terpssurls.com tra, of Oklahoma City, Okla., Darren 641-847-2333 Terpstra, of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Melanie Terpstra, of Janesville, Wisc.; and Lance Terpstra, of Janesville, Wisc.; four step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; one stepgreat-grandchild; two aunts, Wilhelmina (Terpstra) Monsma, of Pella; and Wanda (Terpstra) Dunsbergen, of Lynnville,; two step-sisters: Diana (Van Weelden) Agan, of Newton; and DeLoris (Van Weelden) Wallace, of Estero, Fla.; and a sister-in-law, Elsie (Koop) DeVries, of Ackley. He was preceded in death by his wife, Bessie, his parents, stepfather Arie Van Weelden, two sons, George and Robert, and two step-brothers, Don Van Weelden and Bob Van Weelden.
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report of a controlled burn in the 32000 block of 150th St. 2:44 p.m.: Deputies were called to was OK when they had left, but they a property damage accident east of would check again. Aplington between a truck and train. 1:20 p.m.: Deputies were advised No injuries reported. of a suspicious vehicle parked at the 3:17 p.m.: Deputies received a Mallory Park Campgrounds. report of a theft in the 200 block of 3:40 p.m.: Deputies received a re- W. Prospect St. Nothing was taken, port of a female yellow lab with a however a garage door was damgreen collar dog being found in the aged. 1300 block of Beeds Lake Dr. 3:53 p.m.; Deputies received a 9:46 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a controlled burn in the report of juveniles on skateboards 14500 block of Hickory Ave. in the parking lot of Dows Junction SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG causing problems. Deputies advised of a suspicious vehicle/person in the the juveniles to move on. 700 block of 4th St. 11:11 p.m.: Deputies received a SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG report of a truck with no box spin- of a suspicious vehicle/person near ning tires on Villa Ave. in Alexander. the intersection of Hickory Ave. and Deputy spoke with the owner, who Highway 3. advised he had gotten stuck in the 5:08 p.m.: Deputies received a yard and did spin tires to get out. harassment complaint in the 100 block of 6th St. Sunday, August 4 5:22 p.m.: Deputies received a 3:30 a.m.: Deputies checked on report of a controlled burn in the D YHKLFOH ZLWK D Ă DW WLUH LQ WKH 20300 block of Spring Ave. block of 100th St. SP2IĂ€FHULVVXHGDZDUQ3:38 p.m.: deputies responded to LQJ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS LQ WKH an injury accident near the intersec- 400 block of S. Main St. tion of Lark Ave. and 160th St. A 9:02 p.m.: Deputies received a trooper covered the accident. suspicious vehicle/person report in 6:56 p.m.: Deputies were advised the 500 block of 3rd Ave. of a stray Husky type dog wearing a collar arrived at a residence in the Wednesday, August 7 600 block of Heather Ave. 12:36 a.m.: Deputies were called 7:18 p.m.: Deputies requested to a personal injury accident in the WKH 6KHIĂ€HOG 3ROLFH 'HSDUWPHQW 25200 block of Sinclair Ave. The perform a welfare check in the 400 motorcycle-semi accident sent one EORFNRI7KRPSVRQ6W6KHIĂ€HOG person to the hospital in Waverly. SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG 1:57 a.m.: Deputies assisted a of a disabled vehicle near the inter- subject who fell in the 300 block of section of Franklin Ave. and High- Parriott St. way 3. The vehicle was off the road6:17 a.m.: Deputies received a way and the owner will be making report of a controlled burn in the arrangements to move the vehicle. 20400 block of Floyd Line St. 9:03 a.m.: Deputies received a Monday, August 5 report of a controlled burn in the 7:18 a.m.: Deputies took a report 17100 block of Jay Ave. of a burglary in the 100 block of N. 9:55 a.m.: Deputies assisted mediVan Kirk, Latimer. The cash drawer cal personnel in the 900 block of 7th was taken from a business. St. 3:26 p.m.: Caller advised deputies 11:51 a.m.: Deputies received a of possible funnel clouds north and report of a controlled burn in the east of Hampton. Deputies advised 18100 block of Superior Road. the clouds may be cold weather 2:24 p.m.: Deputies received a clouds. vandalism report in the 19100 block 8:08 p.m.: Deputies assisted med- of Highway 188. Someone had LFDO SHUVRQQHO IURP WKH 6KHIĂ€HOG spray painted on the old bathrooms E-Squad and Franklin General Hos- at the park. pital in the 300 block of Sherman, 3:24 p.m.; Deputies received a 6KHIĂ€HOG report of a controlled burn in the 9:13 p.m.: Deputies were advised 17800 block of Highway 14. of a car-deer accident in the 2300 6:24 p.m.: Deputies received a reEORFNRI+LJKZD\6KHIĂ€HOG7KH port of a suspicious vehicle/person 6KHIĂ€HOG 3ROLFH 'HSDUWPHQW WRRN D in the 22300 block of Highway 3. report. 8:05 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a suspicious vehicle/person Tuesday, August 6 in the 23200 block of Quail Ave. 7:10 a.m.: Deputies were advised 11:11 p.m.: Deputies assisted of an alarm going off in the 1300 medical personnel in the 1100 block block of Highway 3. The alarm was of York St. accidentally tripped. 11:18 p.m.: Deputies issued a ci2:06 p.m.: Deputies received an WDWLRQ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS QHDU open ended 9-1-1 call in the 1600 the intersection of Highway 3 and EORFNRIWK6W6KHIĂ€HOG,WZDV Spring Ave. an accidental dial. 11:57 p.m.: Deputies received a 9:50 p.m.: Deputies received a re- report of a suspicious vehicle/person port of a suspicious vehicle near the in the Highway 3 and Spring Ave. bait house at Beeds Lake There was no vehicle found. Thursday, August 8 10:56 p.m.: Deputies received a 3:04 a.m.; Deputies assisted medreport of four teenagers being loud ical personnel in the 17200 block of and noisy at Coulter Park The dep- 245th St. uty checked, but no one was there. 5:45 a.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 1100 block of Wednesday, August 7 York St. 12:51 a.m.: Deputies were advised 12:53 p.m.: Deputies were called of an older red car tearing around to a dog/deer/livestock report in the DQG D SHUVRQ \HOOLQJ7KH 6KHIĂ€HOG 20500 block of Walnut Ave. Police, along with a deputy, spoke 1:03 p.m.: Deputies received a with the subjects. report of a controlled burn in the 8:52 p.m.: Deputies received a call 28400 block of Hickory Ave. about a car being mapped in the 400 1:17 p.m.; Deputies issued a warnEORFN RI 1 VW LQ 6KHIĂ€HOG 7KH LQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH 6KHIĂ€HOG3ROLFHFKHFNHGWKHDUHDEXW intersection of 200th St. and Highwas unable to locate it. way 188. 9:14 p.m.: Deputies took a report 1:27 p.m.: Deputies issued a citaof 10 sheep in the yard in the 1200 WLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH block of Finch Ave., Latimer. Depu- intersection of Highway 3 and Utica ty found the owner, who advised he Ave. would get them in. 1:34 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH Butler County Sheriff intersection of 6th St. and N. Main Tuesday, August 6 St. 10:48 a.m.: Deputies received 1:40 p.m.: Deputies issued a warna report of a controlled burn in the LQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH 1300 block of Johnson St. S. intersection of Highway 3 and Up10:50 a.m.: Deputies received land Ave. a report of a controlled burn in the 2:04 p.m.: Deputies issued a warn14000 block of Highway 14. LQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH 1:25 p.m.: Deputies received a intersection of Highway 3 and Utica
St. and Highway 188. 2:56 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a controlled burn near the intersection of 187th St. and Quarry Ave. 3:06 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 190th St. and Highway 14. SP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of S. Johnson St. and Westbrook St. SP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of Highway 57 and S. Johnson St. SP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS LQ WKH 300 block of S. Main St. SP 2IĂ€FHUV LVVXHG D FLWDWLRQ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS QHDU the intersection of Railroad St. and Wright St. SP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 175th St. and Highway 188. 4:21 p.m.: Deputies issued a citaWLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 120th St. and Highway 14. SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a controlled burn in the 20300 block of Spring Ave. 5:13 p.m.: Deputies issued a ZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDU the intersection of N. High St. and Highway 14. 6:48 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 170th St. and Highway 14. 7:05 p.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 500 block of 3rd St. 7:56 p.m.: Deputies investigated an accident near the intersection of 4th Ave. and 4th St. 8:05 p.m.: Deputies issued a ZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDU Friday, August 9 1:08 a.m.; Deputies issued a cita- the intersection of E. Elm St. and S. WLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH Main St. SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG intersection of Highway 3 and Sinof a controlled burn in the 200 block clair Ave. 2:57 a.m.: Deputies assisted medi- of N. Audubon St. SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG cal personnel in the 500 block of W. of a controlled burn in the 400 block Poisal St. 6:18 a.m.: Deputies were called to of West St. 8:57 p.m.: Deputies issued a an accident near the intersection of ZDUQLQJ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS LQ 180th St. and Quarry Ave. 7:10 a.m.: Deputies assisted medi- the 1200 block of S. Main St. 9:19 p.m.: Deputies issued a citacal personnel in the 500 block of W. WLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH Prospect St. 8:06 a.m. Deputies took a van- intersection of 5th St. and Coates St. dalism report in the 100 block of N. Saturday, August 10 Main St. DP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG 10:12 a.m.: Deputies received a report of a controlled burn in the of a suspicious vehicle/person near the intersection of W. Traer St. and 22900 block of Douglas Ave. 10:36 a.m.: Deputies took a van- N. Water St. DP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG dalism report in the 700 block of 6th of a controlled burn in the 28300 St. 11:36 a.m.: Deputies took a report block of 270th St. DP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a controlled burn in the 25400 of a controlled burn in the 28400 block of 220th St. 11:40 a.m.: Deputies issued a cita- block of 230th St. DP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG WLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of N. Rail and Highway of a controlled burn in the 15300 block of Jay Ave. 14. DP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG 12 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS QHDU of a controlled burn in the 24900 the intersection of Highway 14 and block of 300th St. 1:02 p.m.: Deputies received a re280th St. 12:32 p.m.: Deputies issued a port of a suspicious vehicle/person ZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDU near the intersection of Butler Centhe intersection of 190th St. and ter Road and Terrace Ave. 1:54 p.m.: Deputies received a reHighway 14. 12:40 p.m.: Deputies issued a cita- port of a burglary in progress in the WLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH 1000 block of Railroad St. 1:59 p.m.: Deputies received a intersection of 180th St. and Highreport of a controlled burn in the way 14. 1:04 p.m.: Deputies received a re- 31200 block of Liberty Ave. port of a suspicious vehicle/person 2:20 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a controlled burn in the in the 10200 block of Highway 3. 1:49 p.m.: Deputies issued a 14100 block of 270th St. ZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDU 3:13 p.m.: Deputies received a the intersection of Douglas Ave. and report of a controlled burn in the Highway 3. 21500 block of Highway 57. 2 p.m.: Deputies issued a warning 3:22 p.m.: Deputies issued a citaIROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS QHDU WKH LQ- WLRQIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH tersection of Grand Ave. and High- intersection of 300th St. and Highway 3. way 14. 2:20 p.m.: Deputies issued a SP2IĂ€FHULVVXHGDZDUQwarning with regards to a suspicious LQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH person/vehicle near the intersection intersection of Highway 188 and of Highway 3 and Newell Ave. 195th St. 2:41 p.m.: Deputies were called to 5:03 p.m.: Deputies received a the 900 block of N. Cherry St. to as- report of a controlled burn in the sist with an unknown problem. 10400 block of Riverside Dr. 2:50 p.m.: Deputies assisted a mo5:23 p.m.; Deputies received a torist near the intersection of 195th dog/deer/livestock report in the 200 Ave. 2:24 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of Highway 3 and Quail Ave. 3:07 p.m.: Deputies were called to a dog/deer/livestock matter in the 300 block of Oneida St. 3:32 p.m.: Deputies assisted a motorist near the intersection of Highway 14 and 7th St. SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a controlled burn in the 12700 block of Grand Ave. 3:45 p.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 1000 block of 7th St. 3:57 p.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 22100 block of 105th St. 4:49 p.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 900 block of N. Cherry St. 5:04 p.m.: Deputies were called to a dog/deer/livestock matter near the intersection of 290th St. and Douglas Ave. Unable to locate. SP'HSXWLHVZHUHQRWLĂ€HG of a controlled burn in the 17800 block of 230th St. 6:04 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 265th St. and Forest Ave. 7:01 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of Highways 3 and 14. 9:19 p.m.: Deputies were called to a dog/deer/livestock matter near the intersection of 150th St. and Highway 14. Unable to locate. 10:51 p.m.: Deputies were called to a suspicious vehicle/person report in the 400 block of 3rd Ave. Unable to locate. 11:15 p.m.: Deputies were called to a suspicious vehicle/person report in the 21500 block of Highway 3. Unable to locate.
block of 2nd St. 7:15 p.m.: Deputies were called to the 700 block of Highway 57 to assist with an unknown problem. SP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 4th St. and Colfax St. 9:49 p.m.: Deputies were called to the 500 block of 8th St. to assist with an unknown problem. 9:54 p.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 220th St. and Highway 14. SP 2IĂ€FHUV LVVXHG D ZDUQLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSMXVW east of the intersection of Highway 14 and 57. SP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJ IROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKHLQtersection of Grant St. and N. Johnson St. Sunday, August 11 12:33 a.m.: Deputies received a report of a suspicious person/vehicle near the intersection of 320th St. and Holly Ave. 1:16 a.m. Deputies received a report of a suspicious person/vehicle near the intersection of Highways 14 and 57. DP 2IĂ€FHUV FRQGXFWHG D WUDIĂ€F VWRS QHDU WKH LQWHUVHFWLRQ RI Day St. and Highway 57. 3:24 a.m.: Deputies issued a warnLQJIROORZLQJDWUDIĂ€FVWRSQHDUWKH intersection of 135th St. and Highway 14. DP2IĂ€FHUVLVVXHGDZDUQLQJ IROORZLQJ D WUDIĂ€F VWRS LQ WKH 100 block of W. Prospect St. 5:59 a.m.: Deputies were called to a domestic/family matter in the 200 block of S. Main St.
6:44 a.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 500 block of Day St. 9:49 am.: Deputies took a burglary report in the 32900 block of 160th St. 9:53 a.m.: Deputies received a report of a property damage accident in the 200 block of W. South St. 10:32 a.m.: Deputies received a report of a suspicious vehicle/person in the 19100 block of 220th St. 12:28 p.m.: deputies assisted medical personnel in the 500 block of 8th St. 2:59 p.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 900 block of 7th St. 3:05 p.m.; Deputies took a suspicious vehicle/person report in the 26800 block of Elm Ave. 7:46 p.m.: Deputies took a vehicle theft report in the 26200 block of Elm Ave. A green 1997 Ford F-250 was taken sometime between Friday, August 9 and Sunday, Aug. 11. The vehicle had a disassembled piano in the back. Monday, August 12 12:24 a.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 200 block of S. Mather St. 12:44 a.m.: Deputies were called to a dog/deer/livestock matter in the 600 block of Highway 57. 12:52 a.m.; Deputies received a report of a controlled burn in the 20500 block of 280th St. 4:20 a.m.; Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 200 block of Lincoln St.
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Sing-Alongs have good attendance; Latimer church members help next session set for September 8th By Fritz Groszkruger Special to the Hampton Chronicle The Windsor Theatreâ€™s monthly Old-Fashioned Sing-Alongs, led by Dawn Groszkruger, were held July 15 and Aug. 11 with attendances of 39 and 42 respectively. The next session is slated for Sept. 8. Melba Muhlenbruch and Leon Kuehner were keyboard accompanists, along with Maynard Koenen on spoons and Elvin Thomas on bass guitar. Dawnâ€™s brother, Danny, joined her on stage for a vocal duet and the solo, â€˜Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin.â€™ The two musical events drew people from Indiana, Minnesota and surrounding area towns, including newcomers from Meservey, Coulter, Hampton, Dumont and Mason City. New songs included â€˜Clementineâ€™ and â€˜Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh.â€™ Dawn Groszkruger said the theme for the Sunday sing-along was camping. Âł,JUHZXSVLQJLQJDURXQGFDPSÂżUHVZLWKP\IRXUROGHUEURWKHUVDQG P\SDUHQWV9HU\IRQGPHPRULHVRIVZLPPLQJÂżVKLQJFDQRHLQJDQG all that,â€? she said. â€œBut my very favorite thing to do was sing around WKHFDPSÂżUHDQGHDWLQJVPHDU\VPRUHVZLWKÂľUHDOÂś+HUVKH\FDQG\EDUVÂ´ â€œI always meet and greet the participants at the sing-alongs and hand out lyric books,â€? Dawn said. â€œAs I said, we had lots of newcomers today. As I was telling people goodbye, one lady came up to me and said, Âľ,GRQÂśWNQRZZKRVHLGHDWKLVZDVEXWLWÂśVDJUHDWHYHQWÂśÂ´ â€œI personally love the sing-along because we are all involved, singing out and having a good time,â€? she added. â€œEveryone should try it at OHDVWRQFH,WÂśVIXQÂ´ Watch the paper for information about next monthâ€™s sing-along, scheduled for Sept. 8, 4-5 p.m. For more information, call Dawn at 641-425-8716.
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By Jeff Forward Ten members of the Latimer-based Immanuel United Church of Christ have returned from a charity mission in Minot, N.D., where they helped resLGHQWVUHFRYHUIURPDĂ€RRGWKDW devastated the city. The Rev. Lindsey Braun said the 10 members of the church went to the North Dakota city on July 28 and stayed through Aug. 3, helping rebuild VWUXFWXUHV DQG UHFRYHU IURP WKH Ă€RRG of 2011. â€œTheyâ€™re still relying on volunteer help to clean up and rebuild,â€? Braun said of the Minot residents. â€œIt was WKHZRUVWĂ€RRGLQWKHKLVWRU\RIWKHLU town.â€? 7KH -XQH Ă€RRGLQJ RI WKH Souris River came after days of heavy UDLQVVRDNHGWKHFLW\7KHĂ€RRGFUHDWed unprecedented damage from which residents are still recovering from more than two years later. Braun said that while the UCC church in Latimer has its youth go on volunteer missions every four years, this trip involved adults and was the ÂżUVWRILWVNLQGLQPRUHWKDQ\HDUV â€œI think all of us got a lot of muscle aches from the work,â€? said Braun, who went on the mission. â€œDuring the week we were there, we learned a lot. It was amazing how two years later, people were so grateful of the work we were doing.â€? The church members who went on the trip and volunteered their skills included: Mark and Debbie Bruns; Steve Bruns; Dennis and Cathy Carlson; Ann Gleason; Marlan and Lavonna Meyer; BobTrager; and Braun. â€œMuch has been done to help the people here,â€? Braun noted. â€œBut those still in need are often the elderly â€“ those who are unable to work and begin the process of rebuilding on their own.â€? Braun said that funding for the Ă€RRG UHOLHI ÂłGULHV XSÂ´ RQ 2FW hence volunteers with expertise in areas such as carpentry skills are still needed. â€œHope Village, the ecumenical organization we worked with, is doing the good â€“ but hard â€“ work of matching up volunteers with those in need to help rebuild Minot,â€? Braun added. Those interested in volunteering their services can check out opportunities and get information at www.hopevillagend.org.
60th anniversary class of 1953 Dumont Community School Class of 1953 from Dumont Community School. Class members attending were Bob Vass, Marilyn Smith Wilson, Dorothy Burma Davenport, Kay Devis Stahl, Herman Gerder, Barbara Seibert Card, Adele Allen Yelmar, Hillis Alren and Louise Freese Buseman. Gathering was held at the American Legion building in Dumont on July 20, 2013.
American Cancer Society Relay For Life Is a Success: Hundreds of Miles Walked, $66,892.10 to Help Create a World with More Birthdays
On Saturday July 27, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Franklin County raised $66,892.10 to support the Societyâ€™s mission of saving lives from cancer, leaving many volunteers exhausted, but happy, after walking hundreds of miles at the West Fork High School track. â€œThrough their hard work in preparing for the event, and by spending hours walking for the cause, Franklin County residents certainly did their part to help the American Cancer Society create a world with less cancer and more birthdays,â€? said Sheri Bogue, volunteer chair for the 2013 Relay For Life. More than 130 people, represented by 11 teams, participated in this yearâ€™s Relay event. The teams were comprised of area families, faith-based groups, businesses, clubs and organizations. â€œMore than 70 people in our community alone will face a cancer diagnosis this year,â€? said Bogue. â€œAnd itâ€™s critical that we come together during Relay to help the American Cancer Society achieve its mission of saving lives by helping people stay well, by KHOSLQJ SHRSOH JHW ZHOO E\ ÂżQGLQJ FXUHVDQGÂżJKWLQJEDFNÂ´ The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Franklin County was
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By Kristi Nixon HAMPTON â€“ In case you havenâ€™t passed by the Hampton'XPRQW IRRWEDOO Ă€HOG ODWHO\ some improvements have been under way for the upcoming 2013 season. The ticket booth has been freshly painted, as have the restroom building and its facility. Another change that has taken place is some bleacher seats and boards have been replaced in anticipation for the season to improve old, rotted wood that presented a possible hazard. The Bulldogs open the football season at home against Denver on Friday, Aug. 30. Prior to that they travel to Forest City for a scrimmage that doesnâ€™t count toward the standings on Friday, Aug. 23. This has been implemented after the Iowa High School Athletic Association eliminated two-a-day practices and required that its one daily practice not to exceed three hours in length. Coach Jerry Shafrath enters his 20th season at the helm of the Hampton-Dumont football program and started practice this week.
Participants of the Hampton-Dumont wrestling team included front row (left to right): Carter Barkema, Joe Schall, Jacob Hansen; Back row (left to right): Coach Nick Bretz, Logan Chipp, Grant Lehmann, Isaac Shelton, Mario PeĂąa and camp counselor Jack Johnson. Not pictured: Max Lehmann.
H-D High School wrestling team participates in Lutherâ€™s team wrestling camp DECORAH, Iowa â€” The Hampton-Dumont High School wrestling team participated in the 2013 Luther College Team Wrestling Camp in Decorah, Iowa. The 2013 Luther wrestling camps, directed by Luther head wrestling coach Dave Mitchell, have grown into some of the largest and most recognized camps in the Midwest. In 2013, more than 1,000 athletes participated, representing nearly 70 teams from seven states. Recent clinicians have included several Olympian, NCAA champion and All-American wrestlers, including Cael Sanderson, Brandon Slay and Brent Metcalf. Campers at the 2013 camps participated in team building activities, intensive â€œTrain Like a Norsemanâ€? sessions, technique sessions and live wrestling sessions. The camp closed with an individual tournament. Jacob Hansen, an incoming freshman at West Fork High School who joined the Bulldogs at camp, earned Wrestler of the Day honors from Luther camp counselor Jack Johnson. Johnson served as HamptonDumontâ€™s camp coach, providing
The Hampton-Dumont ticket booth is painted and ready for the Bulldogsâ€™ home opener Friday, Aug. 30 against Denver. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
wrestlers with written and verbal feedback throughout the camp. Mario PeĂąa went undefeated in both the duals and individual tournament while Isaac Shelton won his tournament bracket. Joe Schall gained second place and Grant Lehmann, Logan Chipp and 0D[ /HKPDQQ DOO Ă€QLVKHG WKLUG LQ the individual tournament. Kendrick 6XQWNHQORVWLQĂ€QDORYHUWLPHWRVWDWH place winner Josh Cannon of Mount Vernon. The Hampton-Dumont wrestling team is coached by Nick Bretz, who added that Carter Barkema wrestled ZHOO EXW SODFHG Ă€IWK GXH WR D bracketing error. â€œThe kids did a great job wrestling,â€? Bretz said. â€œIn duals we Ă€QLVKHG VHYHQWK RXW RI WHDPV WKDW attended the camp. Weâ€™ve done a good job this year about keeping our momentum rolling. Weâ€™ll return three VWDWHSODFHZLQQHUVDQGDVWDWHTXDOLĂ€HU next season and with a lot of talented freshman coming in, we have high expectations.â€? The Bulldogs brought three state SODFH ZLQQHUV DQG RQH VWDWH TXDOLĂ€HU DORQJZLWKĂ€YHRWKHUDWKOHWHVORRNLQJ to reach that level next season to camp.
Wilkinson wins at Allison
ALLISON â€“ Hamptonâ€™s Kurt Wilkinson won the stock car race at the Figure 8 series at Allison on Saturday night. Wedeking and Vance, out of Clarksville, are among the leaders in the Cruiser points race. Other winners at Allison included Kurt Wilkinson of Hampton, stock car; Gene Anderson of Wellsburg, pro stock; Don Wauters of Altoona, open; and Mark Spaulding, Waterloo, small cars. The Figure 8 series moves on to Eldora on Saturday, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m.
Figure 8 Series at Allison Stock â€“ 1. Kurt Wilkinson; 2. Dana Dohrmann; 3. Holden Hillegas. Pro Stock â€“ 1. Gene Anderson; 2. Anthony Marshall; 3. Gary Kiewiet. Open â€“ 1. Don Wauters; 2. Justin Wedeking; 3. Corey Reynolds. Cruiser â€“ 1. Jeff Wedeking/Trevor Vance; 2. Greg Hanson/Randy Hanson; 3. Jesse Mollenbeck/Megan Furman. Small â€“ 1. Mark Spaulding; 2. Tim Hanson; 3. Joe Obermeier.
As seen here, some bleachers at the Hampton Community Stadium have been replaced in preparation for the upcoming season. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
WEEKLY PRO RACING UPDATE Racing News, Stats & Trivia 2013 Standings
August 18th, 1:00 pm ET Michigan International Speedway
2013 Sprint Cup Series 1) Jimmie Johnson Points: 808 Wins: 4 Top 5: 9 Top 10: 15
2) Clint Bowyer Points: 733 Wins: 0 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 12
3) Carl Edwards Points: 728 Wins: 1 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 11
4) Kevin Harvick Points: 707 Wins: 2 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 11
5) Kyle Busch Points: 693 Wins: 3 Top 5: 10 Top 10: 14
Track Details Location: Brooklyn, Mich. Shape: D-shaped oval Distance: 2.0 miles Turns / Front / Back: 18Âş / 12Âş / 5Âş Last Yearâ€™s Pole Winner: Mark Martin 199.706 Last Yearâ€™s Winner: Greg BifďŹ‚e
6) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Points: 670 Wins: 0 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 12
7) Matt Kenseth Points: 659 Wins: 4 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 11
8) Brad Keselowski
Pure Michigan 400 Preview Michigan International Speedway boasts a 44-year history of hosting Americaâ€™s best racing action on its 1,400-plus acres in the scenic Irish Hills. The raceway has 18 degree banking and 73-foot wide sweeping turns on a twomile speedway. The wide corners often feature three distinct grooves which allows for exciting racing. In 2005, the seating capacity was increased to accommodate 137,243 fans. Races at Michigan often come down to fuel mileage battles as the long green ďŹ‚ag runs make pit strategy critical to ďŹ nding victory lane. David Pearson heads the all-time victory list at Michigan with nine wins. The race will be aired on ESPN.
Points: 634 Wins: 0 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 11
9) Greg BifďŹ‚e Points: 627 Wins: 1 Top 5: 3 Top 10: 8
2013 Nationwide Series Driver 1) Austin Dillon 2) Sam Hornish Jr. 3) Regan Smith 4) Elliott Sadler 5) Brian Vickers 6) Justin Allgaier 7) Brian Scott 8) Kyle Larson 9) Trevor Bayne 10) Parker Kligerman
Racing News Tony Stewart broke both bones in his lower right leg Monday night after a crash in a sprint car. StewartHaas Racing conďŹ rmed early Tuesday morning that the three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion broke the tibia and ďŹ bula in his right leg in a crash at Southern Iowa Speedway, a half-mile dirt oval in Oskaloosa, Iowa. He was leading the Front Row Challenge winged sprint car event with ďŹ ve laps remaining when another car spun and collected the top three drivers. Stewart was transported to an area hospital after the accident, and immediately underwent surgery.
10) Martin Truex Jr. Points: 625 Wins: 1 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 9
11) Kurt Busch Points: 623 Wins: 0 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 10
12) Kasey Kahne Points: 622 Wins: 2 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 9
Points 730 727 725 718 712 685 674 665 661 656
At what track did Tony Stewart score his ďŹ rst win in the Cup Series? a) Daytona c) Darlington b) Richmond d) Martinsville
Answer : b) Tony Stewartâ€™s ďŹ rst Cup Series win came in 1999 at Richmond International Raceway.
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Last Weekendâ€™s Race: Kyle Busch wins the Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen Driver Start Finish Points/Bonus Kyle Busch 5 1 47 Brad Keselowski 8 2 42 Martin Truex Jr. 3 3 41 Carl Edwards 16 4 40 Juan Montoya 11 5 40 Clint Bowyer 2 6 38 Joey Logano 9 7 37 Jimmie Johnson 18 8 36 Kurt Busch 13 9 35 AJ Allmendinger 4 10 34
Having surrendered the lead late in the last two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Watkins Glen International, Kyle Busch reversed the trend Sunday by winning the Cheez-It 355 at the 2.45-mile road course by .486 seconds over runner-up Brad Keselowski. The third time may have been the charm for Busch, but it was a jinx for pole-winner Marcos Ambrose. Ambrose had the race in hand, having led 51 of the ďŹ rst 61 laps, until an inopportune caution in the middle of a pit stop cycle dropped him back to 12th for a restart on Lap 64 of 90. Busch grabbed the lead when Ambrose came to pit road under yellow on Lap 62 and held it the rest of the way.
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The H-D Hardcores included: front row, from left: coach Dennis Swieter, Drew Abbas, Justin Wenzel, Andrew Benning, Levi Pratt, Mario PeĂąa, Chace Klein. Second row: judge Jerry Kaldenberg, Kyle Oâ€™Brien, Brandon Westendorf, Derek Juhl, Kendrick Suntken, Aidan Carr. Third row: Cole Miller, Trevor Eiklenborg, Isaiah Noelck, Coleton Barz, Ben Van Horn, Charlie Flickinger, Logan Chipp. Fourth row: Chris Carstens, Corbin Jobe, Hunter Grant, Josh Knipfel, John Krull, Cody Anderson. Back row: Coach Jerry Shafrath, team statistician Matt Abbas, Trevor Craig, manager Colt Powers and Danny Hoy. (Submitted photo)
Two Bulldogs to NCC baseball teams HAMPTON â€“ Bailey Miller took second team all-North Central Conference as a catcher in the recently released all-conference baseball teams. Miller, a freshman, batted .300 and caught 15-of-17 would-be base stealers, picking off a few at third base for coach Matt Lokenvitzâ€™s squad. Cole Miller was named to the third team, the only other H-D player to earn conference honors as the Bulldogs Ă€QLVKHGWKHWRXJKFRQIHUHQFHVFKHGXOH at 5-13 and included Class 3A state champions Clear Lake.
ALL-NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE BASEBALL First Team *Ben Jacobson, Humboldt, sr., P; *Jerry Kockler, Clear Lake, sr., P; *Reece Wadle, Bishop Garrigan, soph., P; *Tyler Frideres, Algona, jr., C; *Rowdy Yates, Clear Lake, soph., C; *Austin Zylstra, Humboldt, soph., INF; *Gavin Sheakley, Clear Lake, sr. OF; Josh Hoover, Iowa FallsAlden, sr., P; John Burns, Bishop Garrigan, sr., INF; Kort Redmond, Iowa Falls-Alden, sr., INF; Parker Reynolds, Iowa Falls-Alden, sr., INF; Luke Schiller, Clear Lake, sr., INF; Hank Crimmins, St. Edmond, jr., OF; Mitch Keeran, Clear Lake, soph., OF; Brennan Cameron, Eagle Grove, sr., U; Dylan Fielder,
Webster City, jr., U. *Denotes unanimous selection Second Team Brandon Qualley, Iowa Falls-Alden, jr., P; Trenton Sann, Clarion*ROGÂżHOGVRSK3%UHQGHQ Schnell, Humboldt, soph., P; Robert Flattery, St. Edmond, fr., P; Jake Kollasch, Bishop Garrigan, sr., C; Bailey Miller, HamptonDumont, fr., C; Max Gangestad, &ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOGVU,1)%UHQWRQ Pohlman, Eagle Grove, sr., INF; Tommy Setterdahl, St. Edmond, sr., INF; Ben Mossman, Webster City, jr., INF; Brock Adams, Clear Lake, soph., INF; Clay Collison, Algona, sr., OF; Nick Jensen, Iowa Falls-Alden, sr., OF; Trey Tesdahl, Webster City, jr., OF; Conner Vitzthum, Humboldt, soph., OF; 5\DQ:DWHUV&ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOGVU U; Chandler Holmes, Algona, soph., U. Third Team David Flattery, St. Edmond, sr.; Jake +DEHUPDQ&ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOGVU Adam Hamilton, Bishop Garrigan, sr.; Brendan Johnson, Eagle Grove, sr.; Ryan Lee, Humboldt, sr.; Sam Theilen, Iowa Falls-Alden, jr.; Andrew Miller, Bishop Garrigan, soph.; Cole Miller, HamptonDumont, soph.; Brandon Toftee, Clear Lake, soph.
Three Bulldogs earn NCC softball honors HAMPTON â€“ Hampton-Dumontâ€™s softball team members Madison Mason, Taryn Barz and Taryn Kline were recognized by the North Central Conference concluding the 2013 season. Mason, a sophomore, was UHFRJQL]HGDVDVHFRQGWHDPLQĂ€HOGHU while Barz and Kline, seniors, earned third team honors. 7KH %XOOGRJV Ă€QLVKHG VHYHQWK LQ the 10-team conference with a record of 6-12 in NCC play. 0DVRQDĂ€UVWEDVHPDQEDWWHG and drove in eight runs for HamptonDumont. Meanwhile, Barz, who started WKH VHDVRQ LQ WKH LQĂ€HOG VZLWFKHG to catching duties after the team had VRPH LQMXULHV Ă€QLVKLQJ ZLWK D DYHUDJHZLWK5%,.OLQHDSLWFKHU Ă€QLVKHGZLWKDUHFRUGDQGD (5$DQGRIIHQVLYHO\KLWZLWK RBI. 2013 ALL-NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE SOFTBALL
First Team â€“ Kaitlyn Biere, sr., P, Webster City*; Lindsay Barnhart, sr., P, Iowa Falls-Alden; Breanna Keane, sr., C, Iowa Falls-Alden; Maggie Harvey, 8th, C, St. Edmond; * Jessi Timm, sr., INF, Iowa FallsAlden; Taylor Hovey, jr., INF, Bishop Garrigan*; Jessica Kuebler, jr., INF, St. Edmond*; Courtney Benjamin, sr., INF, Humboldt; Kaitlyn Pitzen, sr., INF, Clear Lake; Delaney Vierkandt, sr., INF, Iowa Falls-Alden; Brittney Hammond, sr., OF, Iowa
Falls-Alden*; Kaylee Schnathorst, jr., OF, Webster City*; Lexie Miller, sr., OF, Eagle Grove; Lauren Friesth, jr., OF, Humboldt; Allie Oberg, sr., U/ DH, St. Edmond; Mikaleh McCoy, so., U/DH, Webster City. Second Team â€“ Katie Donnelly, sr., P, St. Edmond; Avery Terwilliger, 8th, P, Humboldt; Sarah Peters, jr., C, Humboldt; Maddie Anderson, so., C, Webster City; Erin Anderson, sr., INF, Webster City; Kenzie Shelgren, sr., INF, Humboldt; Emily Baker, jr., INF, Iowa FallsAlden; Beth Benschoter, jr., INF, Algona; Madison Mason, so., INF, Hampton-Dumont; Anna Yung, so., INF, St. Edmond; Johanna Vaske, fr., INF, Bishop Garrigan; Megan Loux, sr., OF, Clear Lake; Shanaya Schutt, jr., OF, Iowa Falls-Alden; Jaci Stumpf, so., OF, St. Edmond; Allie Flaws, fr., OF, Webster City; Sam Kirby, sr., U/DH, Humboldt; Kaitlyn Fogarty, so., U/DH, Bishop Garrigan. Third Team â€“ Hannah Bartlett, sr., Clear Lake; Taryn Barz, sr., Hampton-Dumont; Taryn Kline, sr., Hampton-Dumont; Courtney /LWWOHMRKQVU&ODULRQ*ROGÂżHOG Megan Crail, jr., Eagle Grove; Abbey Fuhs, jr., Webster City; Sarah Steinman, jr., Algona; Maddie Thomas, jr., Humboldt. *denotes unanimous selection
DES MOINES â€“ AGWSRâ€™s Ashley Sicard was recognized DV D Ă€UVW WHDP DOOVWDWH SLWFKHU in Class 2A by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association announced Tuesday, Aug. 6 by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union. Sicard, who helped lead the &RXJDUV WR D WKLUG SODFH Ă€QLVK LQ&ODVV$Ă€QLVKHGZLWKD UHFRUGDQGDQ(5$ZLWK strikeouts. Offensively, she hit .333 for co-coaches Scott Oâ€™Brien and Brenda Drake, hitting six home UXQV DQG GULYLQJ LQ 6KH ZDV only one of three underclassmen QDPHGWRWKH$Ă€UVWWHDP Ella Frazier, a senior catcher, was recognized on the Class 2A third team. Hitting from the lead-off spot, )UD]LHU GURYH LQ UXQV DQG DYHUDJHGLQKHUĂ€QDOVHDVRQ at AGWSR. She caught seven of nine would-be base stealers, the only ones coming in the state softball tournament and had a nearlySHUIHFW Ă€HOGLQJ SHUFHQWDJH RI The Cougars wrapped the VHDVRQDW Iowa Girls Coaches Association Class 2A All-State Softball Teams First Team â€“ Paige Compton, Sr., Durant-Bennett; Sidney Lilienthal, Sr., Durant-Bennett; Madison Keysor, Sr., Treynor; Lexis Rogers, Sr., Treynor; Jody Hagedorn, Sr., IKM-Manning; Moriah Bohlmann, Sr., Carroll Kuemper; Paige Wieland, Sr., Highland; Allie Ingalls, Sr., North Union; Collete Haag, Sr., North Union; Lexi Ackerman, Sr., George Little Rock; Lyndsay Moore, Sr., Cardinal, Eldon; Dan Hustedt, Sr., Ridge View; Allie Oberg, Sr., Fort Dodge St. Edmond; Kelsey Lough, Sr., Jesup; Kaylyn Brandt, Sr., Sumner-Fredericksburg; Shannon Laing, Jr., West Branch; Tasha Alexander, Jr., EddyvilleBlakesburg; Megan Bonnett, Jr., Iowa City Regina; Ashley Sicard, So., AGWSR; Katie Springer, So., Highland; Lexi Binder, Fr., Lawton-Bronson. Pitcher of the Year â€“ Madison Keysor, Treynor Player of the Year â€“ Allie Ingals, North Union Coach of the Year â€“ Steve Hopkins, Durant-Bennett Second Team â€“ Allison Gibbs, Sr., Jesup; Hailey Hellstrom, Sr., Missouri Valley; Shannon Miller, Sr., Hinton; Hope Conner, Sr., Van Meter; Ashli Williams, Sr., Durant-Bennett; Chelsey Berry, Sr., Starmont; Bailie Schipper, Sr., AplingtonParkersburg; Bailey Holtz, Sr., Westwood; Cheyanne Lankford, 6U3HNLQ'DQLFD:LQÂżHOG6U Alburnett; Sarah Bowen, Sr., North Mahaska; Kate Killinger, Sr., Treynor; Taylor Rohwer, Sr., Alta-Aurelia; Nataliah Hopkins, Jr., Eddyville-Blakesburg; Aubrey Bland, Jr., Durant-Bennett; Regan Wolverton, Jr., North Fayette; Summer Jansen, Jr., Western Christian; Kendall Scurr, Jr., BCLUW; Dena Looft, Jr., North Union; Bailey Victoria, Jr., Denver; Hallie Linhart, So., Central Decatur; Maggie Harvey, 8th grade, Fort Dodge St. Edmond. Third Team â€“ Maddie Wagner, So., Des Moines Christian; Anna Bentley, Jr., Iowa City Regina; Morgan Craig, So., Highland; MaKaya Henniges, Sr., Sumner-Fredericksburg; Brenna Winn, Sr., North Linn; Ella Frazier, Sr., AGWSR; Halle Still, Woodbury Central; Gretchen Kistenmacher, Sr., Ridge View; Katelyn Dilts, Sr., Underwood; Bailey Janssen, So., Missouri Valley; Lexie Miller, Sr., Eagle Grove; Breana Bollneyer, Sr., Hinton; Ashley Hahnbaum, So., Wapello; Mary Baldwin, Jr., West Branch; Bailey Richards, Fr., Van Meter; Kori Schulte, Sr., George Little Rock; Kennedy Haut, -U1DVKXD3ODLQÂżHOG0DOORU\ Christieansen, Sr., Tri-Center; Courtney Oviatt, Sr., LoganMagnolia; Cheyann Adamson, Fr., Highland; Kelsey Nilges, Sr., Sumner-Fredericksburg.
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Krabbe: From Page 1 inated against because they were Hispanic.â€? Cross said the initial complaint was passed on from HUD to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, but noted that the commission had refused to hear the complaint and sent it back to HUD because it involved federal funds. â€œIâ€™ve drafted kind of a responsive letter, explaining the situation,â€? Cross told the council. PUBLIC NOTICE Probate NOTICE OF OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500763 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ARLIN D. TRIPP, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Arlin D. Tripp, Deceased, who died on or about December 21, 2012: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHrd day of -XO\WKHXQGHUVLJQHGZHUHDSSRLQWHGDGministrators of the estate. 1RWLFHLVKHUHE\JLYHQWKDWDOOSHUVRQVLQGHEWed to the estate are requested to make immediDWHSD\PHQWWRWKHXQGHUVLJQHGDQGFUHGLWRUV KDYLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHP ZLWKWKHFOHUNRIWKHDERYHQDPHGGLVWULFWFRXUW DV SURYLGHG E\ ODZ GXO\ DXWKHQWLFDWHG IRU DOORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFcur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of PDLOLQJRIWKLVQRWLFHXQOHVVRWKHUZLVHDOORZHG RUSDLG DFODLPLVWKHUHIRUHDIWHUIRUHYHUEDUUHG Dated this 29thGD\RI-XO\ Brittney Tripp, Administrator of Estate 6HPLQROH'ULYH &RPDQFKH2. Tonya McDaniel, Administrator of Estate 3UHVWRQZRRG&RQZD\$5
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to people because of the color of their skin,â€? Krabbe said. In other business, the city council SDVVHGWKHWKLUGDQGÂżQDOUHDGLQJV of changes to several ordinances, including the raising of monthly IHHVIRUWKHFLW\ODQGÂżOODVZHOODV increasing the amount charged on citizensâ€™ water bills for the solid waste fund and compost site expenses. A third ordinance â€“ limiting the hours that commercial trash haulers can pick-up refuse from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. also passed in its third reading, however an amendment allowing for late pick-up in the event of an emergency was added at the request of Dick Lukensmeyer. The change to the trash hauling ordinance as previous read in the last two council meetings essentially allows for a trash hauler to exceed the 6 p.m. pick-up limit in the event there is an emergency and WKHKDXOHUÂżUVWFRQWDFWVWKHFLW\RU police deparment and gets the OK. All three ordinances were passed unanimously and will now be published for the public before becomLQJRIÂżFLDOO\ODZ The council also unanimously passed a motion to reject all current street overlay project bids and to begin the process anew in the spring of next year. A motion allowing for the closure of a portion of the alley that is behind the Hampton Public Library was also approved, which means 81 feet of the alley will be closed to the public as renovation and improvements to the library are planned. Hampton Police Chief Bob Schaefer updated the council on a new hire the department has made to replace the retiring Capt. James Hilton. Âł:H KDYH KLUHG D QHZ RIÂżFHUÂ´ Schaefer said. â€œHe will start MonGD\ +H LV IXOO\ FHUWLÂżHG VR ZH donâ€™t have to send him to the academy.â€? PUBLIC NOTICE State of Iowa - Franklin County
Midwest Meter donates $5,000 to Hampton Public Library By Kim Manning Special to the Hampton Chronicle Midwest Meter â€“ owned by Rick & Julie Salvesen - donated $5,000 to the Hampton Public Library to improve the libraryâ€™s book budget for the Fiscal Year 13/14. The Hampton Public Library has been in the news recently because of their diminishing book budget and the effects this has on the citizens of Hampton and Franklin County who love to read and are lifelong learners. Of course in a public library setting, the customers range in age from 1 month to 99-years-old. A declining book budget such as the library had before Midwest Meterâ€™s donation most affects the very young children as well as the adult customers because neither have access to a school library. The Hampton Public Library, this summer has averaged 100 customers a day for services such as newspapers, magazines, internet access, childrenâ€™s as well as adult programming, and books of course. Patrons viewing the Libraryâ€™s website and using all of our digital services are not included in these statistics. In a recent study, the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading today unveiled a new report on the role of museums and libraries in early learning. Susan H. Hildreth, Director of IMLS said in a recent interview, â€œ This report is a call to action: Now is the time for policy makers and practitioners to fully use the capacity of
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libraries and museums in their early learning efforts.â€? According to the report, libraries and museums support learning by increasing high-quality early learning experiences, engaging and supporting IDPLOLHVDVWKHLUFKLOGÂśVÂżUVWWHDFKHUV supporting development of executive function and â€œdeeper learningâ€? through literacy and STEM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) experiences, creating seamless links across early learning and the early grades, positioning children for meeting expectations of the Common Core State Standards, addressing the summer slide, linking new digital technologies to learning, and leveraging community partnerships. Communities, the report recommends, should include the library in initiatives designed to increase family engagement in school readiness, examine ways to help vulnerable, underserved families access to library services and launch public information campaigns. To read the complete article on the Institute of Museum and Library Services go to www.slj.com/author/slj/>.
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Hansell Ladies: From Page 1 building, but that was pretty much it. However, all that changed when the Community Centerâ€™s future came into question by some local residents. â€œSome of the younger people thought we should close it and one farmer said heâ€™d like to buy it to park his tractors in it, and that really scared me,â€? said Juhl, the committeeâ€™s secretary. â€œThereâ€™s just no place in town where people can meet. Our church closed, the elevator closedâ€”thereâ€™s hardly anything left. We didnâ€™t want the town to die completely.â€? The spark was lit, and the four-member committee got to work in early 2012. They coordinated a thorough clean-up of the Community Center and made a list of improvements that were needed throughout the building. The roof repair was the consensus choice amongst committee members, and they decided to move foward with fundraising efforts. Prior to obtaining the grant from the FCCF, the committee received a donation of $2,000 from the Hansell United Methodist Church after it closed in 2011. Additional funds for the roof repairs came from soup supper donations and revenue raised from building rentals. The renovations have created a marked turn-around in interest throughout Hansell and the surrounding area, the women explained. The Community Center hosted two soup suppers in the win-
ter and potlucks on Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, all of which saw great turnouts. The group said the events help bring local residents together and strengthen the sense of community in the town. â€œI donâ€™t know how many times someone has told us how glad they are about these get-togethers. One person told me she hadnâ€™t seen her neighbor that lives a mile away for over a year, and without the soup supper it would have been even longer,â€? said Juhl. The Hansell Community Center was constructed in 1984 and was funded by left over monies from the townâ€™s centennial celebration in 1981. Nolte said most people book the building for wedding receptions, graduation parties, reunions and quinceaneras, but itâ€™s open for gatherings of all sorts. Though the roof project was completed four months ago, the committee doesnâ€™t plan on stopping there. Eventually, theyâ€™d like to build a glass case and move trophies won by Hansell High School athletic teams to the Community Center. The collection is currently housed at the old bank building and includes two girlsâ€™ state basketball trophies won in the 1940s and 1950s. Additional plans for a new septic system, metal doors and tables are in the works down the road. It may take some hard work dedication, but the foursome is more than ready. â€œWe pretty much took charge because we knew how much work
JoAnn Young, president; Carol Nolte, treasurer and Bev Juhl, secretary, stand outside the Hansell Community Center. The group, along with vice president Judy Harper, comprises the Hansell Community Betterment Committee, and has spearheaded recent improvements to the building. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle) went into this building before, and Âł:HÂżJXUHWKDWLIZHQHHGWRJLYH we didnâ€™t want to lose it,â€? said up a weekend to help out, us girls Young, the committeeâ€™s president. can do that.â€?
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CUSTOMER SERVICE TYPESETTER The Hampton Chronicle, a division of Mid-America Publishing Corporation, is seeking a full-time person to serve as a customer service representative and typesetter for the Hampton Chronicle and other newspapers within the company. The successful candidate must have strong customer service skills, good spelling and grammar skills, and the willingness to learn other aspects of the business, such as newspaper advertising layout and design. The ability to multi-task several duties at once is a must. To apply for the position, please complete an application at the Chronicle office, mail resume to Ryan Harvey, Publisher: HAMPTON
Hampton Chronicle, P.O. Box 29, Hampton, Iowa 50441; or send a resume to email@example.com
TELLER/IMAGING ASSISTANT Green Belt Bank & Trust is accepting applications for a part-time Teller/Imaging assistant in our Iowa Falls location. The responsibilities include all teller operations as well as assisting with our document imaging process. The position requires a well-organized, outgoing person with excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to work flexible hours including some Saturday mornings. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel are very helpful. Previous teller experience a plus. Please submit application on line going to the careers portion of our website, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 641-648-3273. Applications are due by August 20, 2013. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY-AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
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Green Belt Bank & Trust in Iowa Falls, Iowa is a growing, progressive bank accepting resumes for an Agricultural Loan Officer in its Iowa Falls location. The responsibilities would include developing new agricultural business, underwriting, structuring, and closing agricultural loans, as well as maintaining and servicing an existing portfolio including collection duties as necessary. This position requires a detail oriented, community minded person with proven business growth history, willing to represent the bank in the local community through active participation in community affairs. 5+ years ag lending experience required. Competitive compensation package. Please send your resume to: Melanie Kulow, Green Belt Bank & Trust 616 Washington Avenue, Iowa Falls, IA 50126 or e-mail to: email@example.com If interested please respond by August 20, 2013. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY-AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
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Darren & Jeanene Chipp, Owners P.O. Box 31 â€˘ Coulter, IA 50431 Servicing: â€˘ Lawn Mowers (All kinds) â€˘ ATVs â€˘ Go-Karts â€˘ Snowblowers â€˘ Leaf Blowers â€˘ Cars â€˘ Vans â€˘ Light Duty Trucks â€˘ Small Engine Repairs
LEGAL NOTICES Wednesdays, 5 p.m.
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9 â€˘ 2nd Street NW â€˘ HAMPTON
Mondays, 10 a.m.
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This full-time position is responsible for the daily care, health, and maintenance of all animals at the worksite. Each technician is a vital member of a team of 10-12 people all dedicated to providing excellent animal care. This entry level opportunity provides hands-on experience in many of the following areas: animal movements, breeding and gestation, farrowing, recordkeeping and farm maintenance. The ideal candidate will have a desire to work with pigs, a willingness to learn, a high level of dependability and a solid work history. This position offers: Â‡ $OOQHFHVVDU\WUDLQLQJDQGFHUWLĂ€FDWLRQV Â‡ Base salary starting at $23,000 with potential for quarterly bonuses Â‡ Eligibility to apply for the Manager In Training program after six months employment Â‡ )XOOEHQHĂ€WVKHDOWKGHQWDOYLVLRQ(k), Flex spending Â‡ Paid holidays, sick days and vacation Â‡ Adventureland and Iowa State Fair Family Days Â‡ Get hired and refer a friend â€” we have a $1,560 Employee Referral Bonus!
422 Washington Street, GENEVA This 1Â˝ story home sits on .38 acres m/l. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, laundry on main floor, central air, and 2 + stall detached garage. Enjoy the changing seasons in the 3 season room. Call for Details: 641-430-5866
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Insurance & Real Estate Call Today! (641) 456-2266 - Downtown Hampton
118 3rd St. - Chapin - $29,000
609 1st Ave NW - Hampton - $47,500
Great starter home! New roof and siding in REDUCED PRICE! Numerous updates to this 2007, water heater in 2010, updated heat 2BR, 1BA includes new windows, furnace, water heater/softener, wiring, and carpet. and central air. Low utilities and taxes.
Shelia Atkinson Insurance
Harley Krukow Realtor
Eric Christianson Realtor & Insurance
Jim Davies Realtor
Chelsey Wiseman Realtor & Insurance
14281 290th Street - PRICE REDUCED!!
$134,900 for acreage with 3.7 acres m/l, 1 Â˝ story home w/2,532. sq. ft., vinyl siding, 3 bdrms, 2 car attached garage, many updates, outbuildings, bins. 4 tillable acres with 90 CSR also available. Seller wants to see an offer. Call for details.
Rochelle Abbas Realtor
Campbell-Mellema Realty, LLC 206 6th St, P.O. Box 681, Parkersburg 319-346-1284 (Phone) 319-346-1285 (Fax) 877-746-1284 (Toll-free) www.campbellmellema.com
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2 - 1st St. NW Hampton, IA 50441
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906 N. Federal St. - HAMPTON - 3 BR, 2 BA - New Roof - Finished Basement - Great Location ASKING PRICE $99,900
413 12th Ave. NW - HAMPTON - 4 BR, 1 BA - 2 Stall Att. Garage - Main Floor Living - Needs a lot of TLC ASKING PRICE $10,500
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1030 Glendale Park Dr., HAMPTON - $109,900 1105 6th Ave. SE, HAMPTON - $139,900
â€˘ 3 Bedrooms/ 2 baths/ 2 car att. garage â€˘ 3 Bedrooms/ 2 baths/ main floor laundry â€˘ Living room with fireplace/large eat-in kitchen â€˘ Spacious open floor plan â€˘ Main floor laundry, bedroom and bath â€˘ Stove, refrig., dishwasher, washer & dryer included â€˘ Garage has new doors & updated electrical â€˘ Newer carpet/ fresh paint/ updated neutral tones
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208 2nd St. SE, HAMPTON - $59,900 â€˘ 3 Bedrooms/ 3 baths/ spacious rooms â€˘ Main floor laundry and bath â€˘ Plenty of room in this 1,800 sq ft home! â€˘ Enjoy relaxing on the front porch!
804 7th St., ALLISON - $89,900 â€˘ 5 Bedrooms/ 1Â˝ baths â€˘ Beautiful original hardwood floors â€˘ Main floor bedroom and 1/2 bath
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FROM YOUR NEIGHBORS
Merle and Joyce Wagner
Merle and Joyce Wagner celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 15, 2013. They were married June 15, 1963 at Nazareth Lutheran Church Coulter, Iowa. Their children are Dawn, Don, Erin and Morgan Frank, Dennis, Diane, Joel and Leah Wagner. Their family is honoring them with an open house Saturday, August 24th at Lighthouse of Life, 420 4th Street SE, Hampton, Iowa from 1:30-4:30 p.m. The Wagnerâ€™s new address is 1434 Fox Meadow, Drive Delano, MN 55328
SATURDAY â€˘ AUGUST 17 â€˘ 2013
3:30 Parade Line-up â€˘ 4:00 PARADE â€˘ 5:00 Evening Meal FUN ON MAIN STREET - Meet â€œPopejoyâ€? the seeing eye dog SALUTE TO VETERANS â€˘ Fun for children on Main St. 6:30 Evening Entertainment â€˘ Cash Drawing LIONS CLUB TRACTOR DRAWING â€“ Allis Chalmers WD-
Buy tickets from any Lions member or at the Senior Center. For information call 641-373-3192
GRAND OPENING FRIDAY, AUGUST 16 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. 323 14th St., Ackley, IA 641-847-3561
HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 7:30 - 12:00 â€˘ 1:00 - 5:00 â€“ SATURDAY 8:00 - 12:00
The antique tractors drew a huge crowd.
Mom and Dad! Better late than never, right?
It was a trip back in time to the 1950s and 1960s with the Whitesidewalls. (Photos By Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.)
Your three daughters and all your grandkiddos!
ELLSWORTH MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL IS PLEASED TO INTRODUCE
Greg Pekkala CRNA
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This General Lee replica made an appearance, but whereâ€™s Daisy? (Photos by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.)
DUST, MOLD AND POLLEN MAKING YOU UNCOMFORTABLE?? THIS SOLUTION IS NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT. Murphyâ€™s Heating & Plumbing Inc can help you live smarter with a new LennoxÂŽ air puriďŹ er.
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Murphyâ€™s Heating & Plumbing Inc. Hampton (641) 456-2372, ShefďŹ eld (641) 892-4791, TOLL-FREE (877) 221-2372 Locally owned and operated Offer expires August 23, 2013 *Offer is valid only with the purchase of qualifying LennoxÂŽ products. System rebate offers range from $300 - $2,000. See dealer for details. **Visit www.energystar.gov for more information on the tax credit guidelines. ÂŠ 2013 Lennox Industries, Inc.
1410 Gull Ave. Latimer, Iowa 50452
Published on Aug 13, 2013