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Boehmler announces candidacy for Hampton mayor By Jeff Forward Brook Boehmler, the former executive director of the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, announced on Aug. 10 his candidacy for Hampton mayor during a brief speech at Summerfest. Boehmler was honored at Summerfest for his work during his four years as executive director of the chamber and then he annouced to a cheering crowd his intention to run for Hampton mayor. A video of the speech is viewable on Boehmler’s

YouTube page. Things moved fast in the week since his announcment, as Boehmler has been seeking endorsements from local residents, is planning on moving into Hampton city limits, and has started setting up a campaign Web site and Facebook page. “I hadn’t thought about running until Shawn (Dietz) wasn’t going to seek re-election,� Boehmler said in a telephone interview on Aug. 15. “I had talked to the mayor and numerous people. I’d been contact-

ed by quite a few people about why wouldn’t I run for mayor, and why I shouldn’t run for mayor. The decision, it wasn’t taken lightly.� Boehmler said he feels a call to duty to serve the community in a leadership capacity, something he’d like to see from more people in the community. “A lot of things are going on. Someone needs to serve the community and I think I’ve served the community and I want to to continue to serve the community,� Boehmler

said. “It’s not a salaried position like the chamber; it’s a lot of meetings DQGHYHQLQJV,WÂśVQRWDQHLJKWWRÂżYH job, but it’s a commitment.â€? Boehmler stressed that for Hampton to be a successful community on all fronts, the city needs citizens to VWHS XS ZLWK WLPH DQG ÂżQDQFLDO DVsets, as well as volunteering to be in leadership roles. “How do you exist without people participating in city council or church boards,â€? he said. “We cannot go backwards.â€? Boehmler: See Page 3

Kelley joins Hampton Police Department By Nick Pedley The Hampton Police Department is now fully staffed following the DGGLWLRQRIQHZRIÂżFHU'DYH.HOOH\ Kelley has been getting familiar with the local unit since he started August 12. According to Police Chief Bob Schaefer, he ZLOOÂżOOWKHYRLGOHIWE\ Capt. Jim Hilton after he retires in September. Kelley comes to Hampton with more than 15 years of law enforcement experience.

By Jeff Forward Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds will be in Hampton on Aug. 27 for a town hall meeting open to the public. The town hall meeting – free of charge – will be held at 12 p.m. on Aug. 27 at Center One, 5 First St. S.W. The town hall meeting will allow for local citizens to hear Branstad and Reynolds discuss important state issues, their local impact, and will also feature a question and answer session where attendees can ask about various issues.

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it’ll bring peace of mind. Yes, it’s a little bit more of a hassle, but it’s worth it.� Also new this year is a change to the daily schedule for all schools in the district – beginning 15 minutes earlier and ending 15 minutes earlier. The changes mean students will begin classes between 8:10 and 8:15 a.m. and end school between 3:10 and 3:15 p.m. “We’re just trying to protect the instructional day,� Lettow said of the timing change. “This way, there is

By Jeff Forward The Hampton City Council had another light workshop meeting Monday night, with only four topics on the agenda and the issue of holding a dog swim at the city aquatic center dominating the night. The idea of holding a session where citizens could bring their dogs to the pool and go swimming was brought up at an earlier council meeting by Council Member Valerie Haugebak, who is a self-admitted dog lover. City Public Works Director Doug Tarr investigated what other cities do in regard to a dog swim event and prepared a packet of procedures and possible rules for the council members present. There was a lot of discussion about the event, from what to charge for entrance – if anything – and whether or not on-site dog licensing could be done.

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Students head back to school; numerous changes in store for Hampton-Dumont By Jeff Forward Students headed back to School Monday at Hampton-Dumont middle school and high school, beginning a fresh school year where a few new changes will go into effect. Elementary schools began classes on Tuesday. New this year for all students is an earlier start time to classes as well as an earlier ending of the school day. Additionally, students will see enhanced security at Southside Elementary School – where a camerabuzz-in system has been installed –

and plenty of new teachers. Todd Lettow, superintendent of the Hampton-Dumont Community School District, said he is excited about the beginning of another school year and he feels there are a lot of positives headed into 2013-14 academic schedule. “Being a teacher at heart, I look forward to seeing the kids come back,� Lettow said of the new school year. Lettow took time from his busy schedule prior to the start of classes to discuss many of the new changes

with the Chronicle. One change students and parents will see at Southside Elementary School is the new security entrance. The new set-up features a security camera that allows the school secretary to see potential visitors before buzzing them into the school where they will check in with a staffer. The only entrance into the elementary school now will be via the front, main entrance. “It’s just to monitor who is in the building,� Lettow said of the new system. “It’s a safety thing. I think

Lukensmeyer seeks another term; wants more civic involvement City council candidates can begin filing for election on Aug. 26 By Jeff Forward Dick Lukensmeyer, the At-Large representative on the Hampton City &RXQFLOKDVRIÂżFLDOO\DQQRXQFHGKH LVVHHNLQJDQRWKHUWHUPLQRIÂżFHDQG said he hopes to see more civic involvement from citizens to make the city the best it can be. “I’ve enjoyed the interaction with the citizens of Hampton and the openness we’ve had working with the citizens,â€? Lukensmeyer said. “The growth I’ve seen in the council chambers is inspiring. I’ve had many citizens comment to me how happy they are with the openness of the chambers.â€? Lukensmeyer, who is a local businessman, was elected in 2009,

beginning his term in January 2010. He said he is proud of all the accomplishments the community has achieved in the past several years, projects such as the city aquatic center, the Band Shell renovations, and the cemetery fence. But, Lukensmeyer said, he feels there is much more that the community can do for Hampton’s betterment and that he wants to see more citizens involved in more ways. “When we work together as a community, we get things done,� he said. “We need it to be a bigger percentage of people helping.� “Some things, the city has to be responsible for,� Lukensmeyer addLukensmeyer: See Page 13

By Jeff Forward 7KH ÂżOLQJ SHULRG IRU FDQGLGDWHV for Hampton City Council opens on Aug. 26, and with three open council seats up for grabs as well as city mayor, it could be a busy year for loFDOHOHFWLRQRIÂżFLDOV There are three city council seats up for election this year, each is for a four-year term. The Ward 2 seat is currently Hampton City Council Mem- held by Jim Davies, who is stepping ber Dick Lukensmeyer, shown down to focus on increased profeshere dancing with his wife, sional job duties as well as personal Deb, has announced he is hobbies. Davies has been a familiar VHHNLQJDQRWKHUWHUPLQRIÂżFH face on the Hampton City Council, (Courtesy photo submitted by having served as Ward 2 representative from February 1992 until March Dick Lukensmeyer.)

1999 before returning in 2010 for this term. The Ward 4 seat is currently held by Craig Eckhardt, who has decided to take a break from governmental affairs after 10 years on the council. Eckhardt has been on the council since May 2003, replacing former Ward 4 representative Gerald BessPDQZKRGLHGZKLOHLQRI¿FH The third seat up for election this year is that of the At-Large representative, currently held by Dick Lukensmeyer, who has announced KHLVVHHNLQJDQRWKHUWHUPLQRI¿FH /XNHQVPH\HU KDV EHHQ LQ RI¿FH since 2010. The mayor’s seat is also open af-

ter Shawn Dietz announced in July he will not be seeking re-election. 'LHW]ZDVLQKLV¿UVWWZR\HDUWHUP as mayor but has decided to step back from politics and spend more time with his family. As of press time, Tuesday, Aug. 20, only two people have indicated IRUPDOO\ WKH\ ZLOO VHHN RI¿FH 7KH two are Lukensmeyer, who is hoping to regain his At-Large seat; and Brook Boehmler – former executive director of the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce – who has annouced he is running for mayor. The election process begins on City council elections: See Page 13


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A little bit for everyone at TownsEnd wine festival Labor Day weekend By Nick Pedley Sometimes it’s hard for the Harper family to relax and enjoy the fruits of their labor this time of the year at TownsEnd Winery in Hansell. “People say, ‘It must be so much fun being able drink wine whenever you feel like!’ But honestly, we’re usually too tired by the end of the day,� said Shelley Glenzinski, daughter of winery owners Vernon and Judy Harper.

The family-run operation has been buzzing with activity recently in preparation for its annual wine release festival August 31-September 1. This year’s celebration will be WKH EXVLQHVVœV ¿IWK ZLQH XQYHLOLQJ since they opened in 2009, and the Harpers are excited for a great turnout. Numerous events are scheduled for the weekend including free wine tasting, an arts and craft show fea-

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turing Iowa vendors, live music and much more. “It’s a wine release, but really it’s a way for us to show our customers, friends and neighbors how much we appreciate their help and business,� said Judy. Four music acts are slated to take the winery’s outdoor stage. Tonic Sol-Fa, Scott Cooper, Highway Home and Two Juhls and a Gem will offer festival-goers a varied listening experience throughout the weekend. Judy said they’ve always brought in live music for the event, and explained the addition of the outdoor stage has helped expand on that. “Highway Home, they don’t have to come here. We’re a little small for them, but I think they enjoy the venue and event, so they come back,� Judy said. The family expects between 600 to 1,000 people to show up throughout the weekend. Though its focus is on wine, the celebration is a family-oriented event. Scheduled are kids games, a bean bag toss tournament and a grape stomp. Participants get the opportunity to kick off their shoes and crush grapes with their bare feet to make

juice. “We try to have something here for everyone,� said Judy. “It’s surprising how many people want to do the stomp. It’s just kind of a fun thing to do.� Both Judy and Glenzinkski were excited for the arts and crafts show as well. They said numerous artists from throughout the state would be on hand to showcase their paintings, sculptures, metalwork and glasswork. Additionally, various food vendors, including the ever-popular fried pie maker, will be on hand. “I can’t eat wheat products, but everyone tells me how delicious those pies are,� said Glenzinski. “My brother doesn’t even like pies, but he always raves about those.� With all the other events taking place that weekend, Judy said sometimes it’s easy to forget what the celebration is all about—the wine. Towns End usually has 12-15 types of wine available, and the festival gives the business an opportunity to showcase last year’s wines that have just now matured and become ready for customers. “Last year’s harvest was great and produced a lot of sweet grapes,

which makes for better wine,� said Glenzinski. “We’re really happy with 2012’s product.� TownsEnd will be unveiling a new wine at the festival in addition to their usual selection. “It’s called Summer Nights and it’s a blended wine. But that’s all we’re saying until the release,� said Judy. The festival is held to showcase TownsEnd’s products, but the family also explained that it’s a celebration of all things local. “I think there’s two things that set us apart from most other wineries throughout the state,� said Glenzinski. “One, we’re using 96 percent of our own fruits grown here in our vineyards. Two, we have a committment to our community and try to support our local businesses—we support people that support us. To me, that’s what makes us different.�

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Franklin County’s finest represent at the State Fair By Jeff Forward Franklin County was well-represented at the 2013 Iowa State Fair, as dozens of children exhibited everything from farm animals to craft projects and others – like Franklin County Fair Queen Haley Hansen – got to show Iowa – and visitors from all over the world – their talents. Hansen – who won the Franklin County Fair Queen title at the local fair in July – was one of 102 queens at the state fair representing county fairs and agricultural celebrations held across the state. Hansen went to Des Moines to take part in the traditional State Fair queen activities from Aug. 6 through Aug. 10, with the festivities being

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capped off on Saturday, Aug. 10 with the coronation of the State Fair queen. Hansen said the experience was a great one, where she met new friends, reconnected with old ones, and got to experience one of the greatest state fairs in the country. “We were in the state fair parade, then we went to the Iowa Hall of Fame,� Hansen said. “At the fair, we just walked around.� “It was a great experience. I met a lot of new people,� Hansen added. “It was nice to meet girls from all over the state.� The 102 queens took part in all sorts of fun activities, Hansen said, including visiting the famous butter cow – accompanied this year by a butter Abraham Lincoln – as well as riding down the giant slide in their dresses. “That was really fun,� Hansen said of the slide experience. “We all held hands and went down in groups.� As for the famed butter cow, Han-

sen said she sees that every year so it wasn’t a big surprise to encounter the life-sized replica of a bovine made of chilled butter. One aspect of the state fair which makes it so fun is the food, and Hansen said she had her share of fair treats. “I tried the deep-fat fried Oreo,â€? she said with a grin. “It was all right; it was kind of gross.â€? Hansen said all the queens also got a free meal at Cattleman’s – where she opted for a cheeseburger. :KHQLWFDPHWLPHIRUWKHRIÂżFLDO competition, Hansen said it was a multi-part process. Once on stage, the queens were questioned by judges in three segments – group interviews with up to eight queens per group – a single interview and then a separate one-minute interview. Hansen said in addition to the questions and interviews, candidates had to tell the judges and crowd one thing about their home county that was a big positive – she said Sukup Manufacturing and the impact they’ve had on agriculture.

The overall experience of running for Franklin County queen and then representing the county at the state fair was a good one, despite not taking home the crown at the Aug. 10 coronation. “I liked running for Franklin County Fair Queen,� Hansen said. “A lot of county fairs are small. Ours is pretty good compared to the others.� Other locals at the state fair included a trio of 12-year-olds – Trinity Shirk, Jayde Wikert, and Ashlynn Klein – all of Hampton – who competed in the Bill Riley Talent Search. The trio performed their signature “clog dance� in the competition. Another competitor from the Franklin County Fair queen event also was at the state fair – this time for singing. Jessica Buchanan, who won Miss Photogenic at the county fair – performed a vocal solo at the Bill Riley Talent Search on Aug. 14. On the livestock front, Tall Corn FFA member Kellen Suntken, of Latimer, garnered the Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer title on Aug. 10.

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not as much of a gap between when the students get dropped off and school starts.� Lettow also said the earlier release time allows for students to get in more academic work before potentially leaving for after school activities such as sports or extracurricular events.

The district welcomes in 12 new teachers and a new principal this year. The new teachers are in a variety of grade levels and subjects; the new prinicpal is Anthony Spradlin, who is now in charge at Hampton-Dumont Middle School. Lettow said teacher turnover is a natural thing at districts across the

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There are 12 new teachers in the school district this year: Kellie Boock, Kelly Kindl, Julie Howland, Emily Amundson, Jenny Gaskill, Chelsea Guyer, Matt Chesnut, Amanda Scheuring, Jenny Schwenker, Stacey Knoll, Katy Speake, and Emily Eilderts. (Photo by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.)

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Boehmler is the only candidate to announce their intent to replace outgoing Hampton Mayor Shawn Dietz, who announced last month he would not be seeking re-election.  %RHKPOHU KDV QRW ÂżOHG KLV IRUPDO candidate papers with the city or counW\ DV WKH ÂżOLQJ SHULRG GRHV QRW RSHQ until Aug. 26. He did say that he is currently in the process of moving to a residence within city limits to meet any requirements of candidates residing in the city. Boehmler said he has several platforms on which he is running for mayRU LQFOXGLQJ NHHSLQJ WKH FLW\ ÂżVFDOO\ responsible; supporting economic growth; improving the quality of life; and encouraging the growth of incubaNate Boock, dean of students for Hampton-Dumont Middle tor businesses as well as expansion of School, greets eighth grade student Spencer Chantrill on Mon- current area businesses. “People want the quality of life to GD\  WKH ÂżUVW GD\ RI VFKRRO IRU IRXUWK WKURXJK WK JUDGHUV be good so we need to work on im(Photographs by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.) proving that,â€? Boehmler said. “We need to have a strong economic clicountry – due to teachers retiring or ties. mate. We can’t fund everything; we moving to other districts. Lettow explained the PLC or- need people to help fund things.â€? “Every year, when we see these ganizational structure as groups of Boehmler said he would call himgood teachers leave, you say, ‘it’s ÂżYHWRVL[WHDFKHUVEURNHQGRZQE\ self pro-business and he added that he hard to see how we’re going to re- grade level for elementary and then believes the current city staff led by place them,’â€? Lettow explained. subject matter at the seventh through City Manager Ron Dunt is, “doing a “However, I’m just as excited to see 12th grade. These groups – 18 in to- great job,â€? but that the city is facing, the enthusiasm and knowledge that tal within the district’s 106 teachers “money issues.â€?

(new teachers) bring.â€? Lettow said the new group of teachers has come in prepared as best as they can be, in part because they understand the core subject matter required by the state of Iowa; but also because universities are doing a good job educating new teachers. Lettow said when the district hires new teachers, they examine many factors including classroom management, employing a variety of teaching techniques, and teamwork. “Also, having that rapport or positive relationship (with students),â€? Lettow added. “We’re not so big that you don’t know your students.â€? Lettow said he was excited to have Spradlin on board at the middle school The new prinicipal was front and center Monday, welcoming students and dressed in his military dress uniform creating an instant visual impact. “It’s nice to have his 16 years of experience coming in,â€? Lettow said of Spradlin. “He was here early, in the middle of July, getting ready.â€? One aspect of the new school year that has Lettow super pumped up is $QG\Q:KLWHEHJLQVKLVÂżUVWGD\RINLQGHUJDUWHQ7XHVGD\+HLV the continued development and imwith his mother, Jodi White, who is a teacher at Southside Ele- plementation of PLCs – also known mentary School. (Photo by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.) as Professional Learning Communi-

– are led by one teacher and meet on a regular basis to discuss teaching tactics and methods to reach students intellectually in the best, most effective manner. “They want to make sure the kids understand and learn what is presented to them,� Lettow said of the PLC groups, which began during the previous school year. “As the year went on last year, I think they were more and more excited to sit down with each other. It’s valuable in how we assess kids’ learning.� Highlighting the continued development of the new PLC program, Lettow said the district will be getting a special three-day visit from Daniel R. Venables, the author of the instructional manual, “The Practice of Authentic PLCs.� Lettow said Venables will be in Hampton for three days, from Sept. 18 through Sept. 20, during which time he will spend two days with the PLC group leaders before having an entire one-day seminar with all 106 district teachers on Sept. 20 when classes are not in session. “This will be new, so we’re excited,� Lettow said. “We’re really excited about this. It’s an opportunity that doesn’t come along to districts often.�

Boehmler also said if elected, he will continue to work closely and develop relationships with the chamber of commerce as well as the Franklin County Economic Development Association, led by Karen Mitchell. “Karen’s done a great job,� Boehmler said. “I think they’ve done some phenomenal things.� Boehmler is well known in Franklin County for his role as executive director for the chamber of commerce, a position he held from March 2009 through June 2013. When he retired from the chamber position, citing a need to spend more time with his family, Boehmler was recognized as having done a great job in his role with the chamber by many. Among the projects credited to Boehmler, were the Wine Walk, Holly Dazzle, and the growth of Summerfest. A native of Missouri, Boehmler relocated to Franklin County where he has relatives and family roots. He is married to his wife, Carol, who is a postal carrier for the U.S. Postal Service in Hampton. Voters interested in Boehmler’s campaign can visit his Web site, www. brookformayor.org, for more information.

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City Council: From Page 1 Council Member Jim Davies asked Tarr if an unlicensed dog could participate in the swim event; and Davies also suggested that maybe the city could do dog registrations on site. After some back and forth on that segment, City Manager Ron Dunt seemed to put a damper on the idea of on-site dog registrations due to the the usual governmental red tape. “Registering an animal takes longer than you think,� Dunt noted. “It doesn’t take two minutes. I don’t know if registering at the aquatic center that night is something we want to do.� As for the date and time of the event, Pool Manager Bradley Waddle said he is in favor of the last

night of the season – Sept. 2 - from possibly 5-7 p.m. Waddle – who had said at another city council meeting he would not let his lifeguards rescue an in-distress dog due to safety concerns, said Monday night that he wants to do everything possible to make the event successful. Waddle said he is in favor of not charging citizens an entrance fee and instead asking for a “free-willâ€? donation. “I want this being successful this ÂżUVW\HDU´:DGGOHVDLG Tarr said from the technical standpoint, the most important thing he’d discovered would be the need to turn off the swimming pool circulator, which would prevent clog-inducing

dog hair from being sucked into the system. “That was the biggie,â€? Tarr said of the advice he’d received from other cities. “Make sure you’re not running dog hair in there.â€? Davies inquired about whether or not the dogs could potentially get sick from ingesting chlorinated water.  7DUUVDLGQRWKH\ZRXOGEHÂżQHLI they drank some water accidentally.  7KHÂżQDOGHWDLOVRIWKHGRJVZLP will be voted on at a later city council meeting. In other discussion, the council members talked about selling a classic 1967 Plymouth Fury station wagRQRZQHGE\WKHÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWDV well as making a reward or honoring

residents for having well-kept lawns and residences. Council Member Craig Eckhardt said there has been so much negative focus on nuisance properties, it’d be nice to do something positive. “I hate to see us focus on the bad ones,â€? Eckhardt said. “It’s nice to recognize people when they’re doing a good job.â€?  7KH FRXQFLO DOVR EULHĂ€\ KHDUG about the possible transfer of the GAR Memorial Hall from city to county ownership, which Dunt said would prevent confusion about maintenance costs in the future. At the end of the meeting the council closed the session to the public in order to discuss strategy regarding collective bargaining.

Rolling Prairie Trail gets funding boost to renovate bridges By Nick Pedley Franklin County’s Rolling Prairie Trail will continue its eastward expansion following the recent acquisition of a federal grant. The $151,997 grant was made available to the Franklin County Conservation Department to renovate two bridges on the recreational trail that lies between Hampton and Hansell. According to Conservation Department Director Jason Gooder, the two bridges will be widened to accommodate bikers and the snowmobile trail groomer. The bridges currently measure 8 feet wide, but will be expanded to 12 feet once the project is completed. “We’re hoping to get started this fall. Right now we’re just going through some of the administration work and tying up some loose ends,â€? Gooder said. “Hopefully we’ll have LWÂżQLVKHGE\ODWHVSULQJ´ Gooder explained that conservation department workers will install premanufactured structures over top of the existing bridge. One bridge is 200 feet long and the other is 100 feet in length, so the project will take a considerable amount of time. “We’ve had them inspected by DQRXWVLGHHQJLQHHULQJÂżUPDQGWKH EULGJHV DUH ÂżQH IURP D VWUXFWXUDO standpoint,â€? said Gooder. “The surfaces are what needs the work.â€? The bridge renovations are another step towards completing the Rolling Prairie Trail project that began in 2011. After the two bridges are widened, an additional 4.5 miles will be added to the trail from Hampton to Hansell. However, the department has no plans on stopping there. Gooder recently applied for a Resource Enhancement and Protection

(REAP) grant that would provide IXQGVWRÂżQLVKWKHSDWKIURP+DQVHOO to the Franklin/Butler County border. When it’s completed, the trail will run just over 20 cumulative miles through Franklin County. “We’d really like to see that get ÂżQLVKHG EXW ZH MXVW KDYH WR ZDLW right now. They usually let us know by mid-September,â€? Gooder said. They’re playing the waiting game, but that hasn’t stopped the conservation department from preSDULQJ WKH WUDLOÂśV ÂżQDO VWUHWFK &RQservation department workers used a tool provided by the Iowa River Riders Snowmobile Club that cleared overgrown trees alongside the trail from Hansell to the county line. The tool, which is essentially an extended chainsaw attached to the front of DWUDFWRUVLJQLÂżFDQWO\LPSURYHGSDVsage and cleared thick foliage that was choking the trail. “It’d be impossible to do this without it,â€? said conservation department worker Logan Van Dyke. “After we get all of it cut out, we’ll come through with something else that helps us pick all the branches up.â€? Gooder said the tree trimming was only a small step in preparing the ÂżQDOVWUHWFKIRUUHFUHDWLRQDOXVH7KH trail, which was formerly a railroad, has become extremely overgrown with weeds and other vegetation after years of neglect. Once funding is secured workers will have to grade the trail, lay a base with larger rock DQGWKHQDSSO\DÂżQLVKLQJOD\HUFRPprised of smaller lime rock stones. Completion is pending, but Gooder remained hopeful the project would continue to progress toward WKHÂżQLVKOLQHDWDGHFHQWSDFH

 Âł:H SODQ RQ ÂżQLVKLQJ HYHQ LI just be a little less maintained and we don’t get the REAP grant,â€? said not in as good of condition as the Gooder. “That part of the trail would rest.â€?

Joel Vinson of the Franklin County Conservation Department used a tree trimmer provided by the Iowa River Riders Snowmobile Club last week alongside the Rolling Prairie Trail east of Hansell. The extension, which can be seen in the lefthand corner, helps workers groom overgrowth, which would otherwise be nearly impossible. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)

Meetings and Events  ‡)DUPHUV0DUNHW 5-7 p.m. on Tuesdays and 5-7 p.m., Fridays in Main Street Square, Hampton.  ‡0D\RU¡V&RIIHH9-10 a.m., Saturday, August 24 at city hall.  ‡ )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ %RDUG RI 6XSHUYLVRUV Monday, August 26 at 8:30 a.m. in the courthouse basement.  ‡+DPSWRQ&LW\&RXQFLO 6 p.m., Thursday, August 22 at city hall.  ‡$UHGDOH&LW\&RXQFLO 7 p.m., Thursday, August 15 at city hall.  ‡)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\6:&'&RPPLVVLRQHUV 7 p.m., Thursday, AuJXVW15&6RIÀFHLQ+DPSWRQ$JHQGDLWHPVLQFOXGHFRVWVKDUHUDQNing forms, commissioner webinar, and NRCS report.  ‡+DPSWRQ&LW\&RXQFLO:RUNVKRS 6 p.m., Monday, September 9 at city hall.

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COMMENTARY

FIRST AMENDMENT to the CONSTITUTION

Pedley’s Ponderings

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

by Nick Pedley

Just my losing luck

STATE of IOWA MOTTO Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain.

A NATION OF LAWS Where the will of men exceeds the rule of law, there, tyranny prospers.

HAMPTON CHRONICLE Postal Notice & Opinion Page Policies UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE REQUIRED NOTICE: The Hampton Chronicle is produced weekly and distributed on Wednesdays by Hampton Publishing Company, a division of Mid-America Publishing Corporation, +DPSWRQ,$3HULRGLFDOVSRVWDJHSDLGDWWKH+DPSWRQ3RVW2IÂżFH Hampton, IA 50441. Send address changes to Hampton Chronicle, PO Box 29, Hampton, IA 50441. Postal Permit USPS 234-020. This is issue Volume 136, Number 34, on Wednesday, August 2, 2013. OPINION PAGE POLICIES: The Chronicle accepts letters. All such material should clearly and concisely express and opinion or solicit a call to action regarding a particular issue. Letters must include the name, address, and SKRQHQXPEHURIWKHDXWKRUIRUYHULÂżFDWLRQSXUSRVHV7KH&KURQLFOHÂśVVWDQdard practice is to not publish unsigned or anonymous letters. The Chronicle has the right to edit all letters and guest editorials for length, clarity, taste and libel. All personal columns and letters on this page are the views of the auWKRUVDQGGRQRWQHFHVVDULO\UHĂ€HFWWKHYLHZVRIWKH+DPSWRQ&KURQLFOH

Chronicle Editorial

Trail’s expansion and progress promising Recent progress on the Rolling Prairie Trail has been a refreshing development that promises to pay dividends for Hampton and Franklin County in the years to come. A $151,997 grant was awarded to the county’s conservation department from the Transportation Alternatives Program funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Two bridges between Hampton and Hansell will be widened with the money, and 4.5 miles of new trail will be opened upon the project’s completion. The local conservation department is currently preparing the path to extend past Hansell to the Franklin/Butler County border, bringing the trail’s total length to over 20 miles. The project has been an extensive committment that wasn’t easy by any means. A bike trail like Rolling Prairie takes a cooperative community effort that often requires great time and negotiation. People must agree to sell small portions of their property to construct the paths, and it’s wonderful to see the fruits of the county’s labor start paying off. The conservation department’s hard work and dedication shouldn’t go unnoticed, either. There’s a lot of factors that go into trail creation and upkeep, and writing extensive grant applications or braving mosquito-infested weed thickets aren’t things most of us would enjoy.  7KHUHœVQXPHURXVEHQH¿WVLQKDYLQJDWUDLOV\VWHP like Rolling Prairie. The opportunity for improved FRPPXQLW\¿WQHVVDQGZHOOEHLQJLVDOPRVWDQREUDLQer. By having a resource so close to home, it’s almost impossible not to utilize its proximity. The path literally runs through our backyards.  2XU UHFUHDWLRQDO WUDLO DOVR LQÀXHQFHV SHRSOH RXWside of Franklin County as well. Having a groomed path creates more opportunity to attract tourists from throughout the area. Cyclists and snowmobilers are well known to make trips to desirable locations to take a morning spin or go on an afternoon cruise. They come for a ride, visit downtown and spend a few extra bucks in the local economy. Even though these visitors may only be here for a day, they’re still talking about Franklin County in a positive light, which is always good. Finally, the Rolling Prairie Trail is a fantastic way to utilize an otherwise useless resource. Abandoned railroads are prevalent throughout Iowa, and putting them to use in the name of recreation seems to be the only logical step once they get vacated. These relics of yesteryear often wind their way across beautiful segments RI,RZDœVODQGVFDSHWKDWœVTXLWHGLI¿FXOWWRYLHZE\FDU or truck. These paths traverse through the middle of sections over old bridges, secluded streams and rolling hills. It provides us the opportunity to view a little nature and get away from it all, which can be quite GLI¿FXOWIRUVRPHRIXV The Rolling Prairie Trail’s continued progress is certainly exciting news for Franklin County and the surrounding area. It’s a point of pride for the community, DQG GH¿QLWHO\ VHHPV ZRUWK WKH LQYHVWPHQW 2XU DUHD is fortunate to have such a resource available at our disposal, because such great recreational resources can be sparse in smaller rural counties like our own. As the SURMHFWFUDZOVWRZDUGVWKH¿QLVKOLQHLWZLOOGH¿QLWHO\ be interesting to see whether or not neighboring counties will decide to link up with the trail upon it’s completion. If they do, our area will undoubtedly become a popular destination for cyclists and snowmobilers from the throughout the state and Midwest. By the Chronicle editorial staff

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Autumn often provides fans of professional sports a revived sense of optimism. A new football season is just around the corner, the playoff race for baseball is heating up and other sports are starting to get some buzz. People get caught up in speculation in August and September. It’s a fun time of the year where pre-season projections and player analysis runs rampant throughout the media. Things like “World Series contenderâ€? and “Super Bowl hopefulâ€? get tossed around loosely, all adding to the fall sports madness. However, this hearsay and hoopla means nothing if you’re a fan of them lots of money but at what cost not U.S. citizens either. crummy teams like me. Amnesty was given to millions in in human life? Now they even have By some cruel joke of the unithe late 1980s. It did not work then internet-directed abortions leaving verse, I became a fan of the Chicago and it will not work now. We need suffering post abortion pill mothers to enforce the laws we have as Rep. in dire straits on their own, in many Cubs, Seattle Mariners and Detroit King says. You can not reform im- cases not knowing what to do to save Lions when I was an ignorant young boy. I really don’t know how this migration unless you control im- themselves. migration. And you can not control  +RUULÂżF DUWLFOHV LQ WKH SDSHUV WHOO smorgasbord of misery came about, immigration unless you control your of the murderous acts of Herbert but it’s been a head-pounding jourGosnell (I won’t call him a doctor ney of futility and heartbreak ever borders. Alyce Hugeback because doctors take an oath to do no since. I guess there were certain things Hampton, Iowa KDUP LQ3KLODGHOSKLDZKRZDVÂżQDOly convicted of killing three babies that drew me to these frustrating born alive and snipping their spinal franchises during my youth. The Lichords to kill them as well as severe- ons had Barry Sanders, Ken Griffey ly neglecting a birth mother so she Jr. was blasting home runs in Seatdied. He had been killing babies for tle and the Cubs actually made the decades and nobody stepped up to playoffs a few times back then. All Dear Editor, I have been writing letters for a stop him. The evidence is there and of this was good enough for a naive long time condemning the practic- we need to act now before any more child like myself, and I was content. es of Planned Parenthood, which innocent lives are destroyed. However, it’s been nothing but People get all upset and protest the toilet ever since. masks itself as a caring organization which just wants to help people wildly if an animal is tortured or One of my teams hasn’t even won but does exactly the opposite. What destroyed but aren’t our beauti- a playoff game since 2003 when the pains me a great deal is that our tax IXO EDELHV RXU Ă€HVK DQG EORRG RI Cubs almost made it to the World dollars have helped them to destroy much more worth and shouldn’t we Series. The key word there was many in our generation and the next be really putting pressure on Planned “almost.â€? They’ve made it back to generation which might include Parenthood to cease and desist. I vethe playoffs twice since then, and some of the most talented people hemently say “yes!â€? they’ve gotten swept twice. in the world. This industry needs to Sincerely, The Mariners haven’t been to the Melba Muhlenbruch be thoroughly investigated in our playoffs since 2001 and have been Hampton, Iowa state and put out of business and I reliably awful for the past decade. urge Gov. Branstad to undertake it. The Lions, well, the Lions are in Yes, it is a BIG business and brings their own world of awful. I’ve endured an 0-16 season and I haven’t even witnessed them win a playoff game in my 22 years of existence. by Linda Upmeyer I’m not sure why I keep holding out hope for my ill-begotten teams. Some folks would classify them as pills at home, able to ask and answer questions in loveable losers, but after years and where she has person, face-to-face. Additionally, a years of back-breaking defeat, that an induced number of medical concerns such as affectionate term is starting to wear abortion. infection, hemorrhaging, and severe thin. You can only take so much, and In June, pain, surround this practice and can they’re quickly turning into loaththe Iowa State go untreated due to the lack of over- able losers in my eyes. I’ve resorted to picking up “satBoard of Medsight and medical monitoring after elliteâ€? teams to cope with such ramicine voted the pills are taken. to effectiveDispensing life-ending drugs with pant failure. These teams are more ly shut down the push of a button that could also successful and much easier to watch. this practice put the health of the mother in jeop- Over the past few years, I’ve startin Iowa. The ardy simply should not be allowed to ed to root for the Baltimore Orioles, State Board of Medicine is an inde- take place. I commend the action of Tampa Bay Rays and San Francisco pendent board comprised of seven the State Board of Medicine and the Giants. Some people may call me a medical professionals and three pub- ARRC. Banning webcam abortions bandwagon fan or a traitor, but oclic citizens, whose duty it is to en- in Iowa is one step forward for the casionally enjoying the success of sure the practice of medicine in Iowa cause of life in our state. The pro- these teams is the only way I can meets the highest medical and ethi- posed rule helps put the health and keep relative sanity in the face of so cal standards. The Board’s proposed safety of Iowa’s women and unborn much losing. As you can tell, I’m rather jadrule to ban webcam abortions in children back at the forefront, where ed for my age. Making my bitIowa was allowed to move forward it should always be. earlier this month after a motion A public hearing before the Board terness worse is the success my made by Democrats on the ARRC of Medicine is set for Aug. 28 in Des friends’ teams have had in recent failed by a vote of 4-4 to delay the Moines. Following the public hear- years – most noteably the St. Louis rule process by 70 days. ing, the issue is likely to go before Cardinals. I have too many friends Everyone agrees that facing an the ARRC once again in the fall, that like the Cards, and that poses unintended pregnancy is a very ZKHUH ÂżQDO DFWLRQ ZLOO EH GHWHU- VLJQLÂżFDQW SUREOHPV IRU D &XEV IDQ like me. I can’t even defend myself emotional event and women need mined. strong support during that uncerAs always, I appreciate hearing when they poke fun at me. After all, tain time. Telemedicine abortions your thoughts, concerns, and feed- they’ve won two World Series in last are a completely impersonal way of back. Please don’t hesitate to contact decade and the Cubs haven’t won providing medical care to a woman me anytime at linda.upmeyer@legis. one in last century. This time of the year is always a GXULQJ VXFK D GLIÂżFXOW WLPH %RWK iowa.gov or 515-281-4618. reminder of what my teams are not. the woman and doctor need to be They aren’t even close to a winning record, they aren’t in playoff contention but most of all, they just arby Amanda Ragan en’t good. The Mariners’ and Cubs’ seasons are all but written off, and Detroit’s might as well be. They haven’t played a down of real football we are all eager to turn around. in the teaching of science, technolo- in 2013 but one can only imagine it’s 3. Stronger gy and math, key subjects to give our going to be just as ugly as every othteaching. We state a competitive edge in the world er year. I’m already looking towards next are improving economy. teacher quality These education reforms are year, but I’m not sure I’m looking by recruiting, getting praise from parents, teach- forward to next year. My spirits are encouraging ers and business leaders alike. Ac- quite obviously shattered and hope and rewarding cording to a recent Iowa poll, most LV Ă€HHWLQJ ,WÂśV HYHQ EHFRPLQJ GLIgreat teachers. Iowans think boosting salaries and ÂżFXOW WR XWWHU WKH DJH ROG &XEV IDQ Iowa’s miniadding new leadership positions for motto, “Maybe next year...â€? I may be over exaggerating a mum starting teachers will have a positive effect teacher salary on student learning. The Iowa State bit, but my frustration is nearing a will increase Education Association believes breaking point. Seeing other folks from $28,000 WKH FKDQJHV ZLOO EHQHÂżW VWXGHQWV get excited about the upcoming seato $33,500. In addition, schools will and schools by providing a reliable son while my teams sit in the cellar receive more funding if they create funding stream to plan for class siz- is just the worst. However, I should “leadership pathwaysâ€? for teachers es, course offerings and technology probably keep some of my griping in the gas tank. I have to sit through 12 who agree to coach other teachers. needs. 4. Personal attention. Young The Des Moines Business Re- games of Iowa Hawkeye football yet learners will get the one-on-one at- cord called education reform one of this season, which is another column tention they need to become good the top legislative wins for business- in and of itself. readers thanks to smaller class sizes es this year, and local chambers of Nick Pedley is the regional news in kindergarten through third-grade. commerce have said it will contrib5. More innovation. Iowa schools ute to workforce development and editor of the Hampton Chronicle, 7KH6KHIÂżHOG3UHVVDQG3LRQHHU(Qwill keep exploring new approaches stronger outcomes for students. terprise.

Letters to the Editor

King’s shouldn’t be condemned for the truth

Dear Editor, I am writing in response to Rev. Mike Tauke, St. Patrick’s Catholic, Hampton, that appeared in the Hampton Chronicle on Aug. 14. Rep. Steve King’s recent true statement was about illegal immigrants not immigrants, as Rev. Tauke stated. Rep. King spoke the truth and should not be condemned for it. What is more degrading is to see illegals showing no respect to RXU ÀDJ RU RXU YHWHUDQV WKDW KDYH fought hard for and some died for, E\ GHPRQVWUDWLQJ ZLWK RXU ÀDJ XSVLGHGRZQRUDERYHWKH86ÀDJIRU rights they are not entitled to. God gave us the Ten Commandments to live by, as our government gives us laws to live by. We have God’s laws and our government laws to keep order in our lives and our country. Our government has not been enforcing these laws causing the great disorder we are now experiencing. I would like to ask Rep. King for an amendment that states children born to non-citizens in the U.S. are

Condemns Planned Parenthood

Under the Golden Dome, Too

‘Webcam’ abortions need to be banned By Linda Upmeyer It’s back to school time already! I can’t believe how quickly this sumPHUVHHPHGWRĂ€\E\:LWKVWXGHQWV and teachers returning to the classroom, the focus will shift from summer ball games and weekends on the lake back to academics and fall sports. Best wishes to our kids, parents, and school faculty on the start of a new school year. Earlier this month, the Iowa Administrative Rules Review Committee (ARRC), a bi-partisan committee comprised of 10 members of the Iowa House and Senate, met to receive testimony on a proposed rule by the Iowa Board of Medicine to ban telemedicine abortions in our state. Telemedicine abortions, also commonly referred to as webcam abortions, allow women in remote locations to take abortion-inducing medication that a doctor remotely administers during a video conference. Via video conference, a doctor speaks to the woman for a few minutes, and without administering an examination or being there in person, pushes a computer button that opens a drawer in front of the paWLHQW7KHZRPDQWDNHVWKHÂżUVWGRVH at the clinic and takes the rest of the

The Ragan Report

Starting a promising school year for Iowa students With the start of a new school year, students of all ages are returning to Iowa classrooms. Some exciting changes await them, as the education reforms we approved during the 2013 session will help raise standards, improve teaching, and encourage innovation. What can we expect to see at our K-12 schools? 1. Greater investment. After several lean years, basic state aid to local schools was increased by 4 percent this year, and another 4 percent for the next school year. This is the money our schools use to pay salaries, buy textbooks, gas up the buses and more. 2. Higher standards. Iowa schools will get the support they need to ZRUNRQVLJQLÂżFDQWO\UDLVLQJVWXGHQW achievement. Iowa has slipped to 15th in nation when it comes to education, according to 2013 national Kids Count survey. That is a trend


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Looking Back

by Joyce Schomburg

Fifty Years Ago August 29, 1963 The Hampton National Guard unit returned home last Saturday, August 24, after two strenuous weeks of training at Camp Ripley, Minnesota. Hampton rated second EHVW RXW RI ÂżYH ULĂ€H FRPSDQLHV LQ WKHÂżUVW%DWWOH*URXSrd Infantry. Company A, of Dubuque, nosed out company C by two points for the honor. Miss Esther L. Long of Popejoy, who had spent a few weeks vacation here, left Friday night to return to Wilson, North Carolina, where she is a teacher of languages in the Atlantic Christian College. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baker were in &KLFDJRWKHÂżUVWSDUWRIWKLVZHHNWR attend a showing of 1964 Chrysler, Plymouth and Valiant automobiles. Mr. Baker is operator of Baker Motors.

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and family of Alexander have returned from a vacation to Mitchell, S.D. where they visited his father, Lee John and viewed Six Flags in St. Louis, Mo. Danny Craighton, 17, of Hampton won the 1973 “Discover +DZDLL´,RZD6WDWH)DLUÂśVÂżUVWJUDQG championship when his LimousinAngus steer took top honors in the Vo Ag FFA dressed beef on foot contest Thursday, Aug. 16. Craighton’s winner weighed 1,196 lbs. Under rules of this contest, all entries were slaughtered at the Wilson and Co. plant in Cedar Rapids.

Thirty Years Ago August 25, 1983 Gabriela “Gabyâ€? Hellwig of West Germany has impressed many people with her adeptness of the English language since she arrived in Hampton last week. There are only a few English words that have to Forty Years Ago be explained to Hellwig, who came August 23, 1973 here from the Rotary Club student Members of the Hampton exchange program. She lives with Development Corporation met at the Jack and Lennie Laipple family Northrup King’s new building at the which has two grown children. Hampton Industrial Park Monday Heather is in the eighth grade and WR UHFRJQL]H WKH ÂżUVW LQGXVWULDO Holly is in the third. facility there. Shown are members The only pieces of property that Henry Ludens, Don Barnes, Larry remain intact at the Hansell school Gilchrist, Northrup King Seedstock site are the merry-go-round and manager Jim Jensen, Ivan Davis and teeter-toppers in the playground Pearl Kelsey. area. The school building was

and Marge Watt of rural Swaledale were dinner guests Friday, Aug. 20 of Alice Stock and her daughter, Marlys Tucker of Colorado Springs, CO, a houseguest of Alice. At the State Fair – Bruce McVicker of Hampton showed the lightweight champion market lamb last Thursday in the Iowa State Fair FFA Market Lamb Show

that day, The Iowa Natural Heritage )RXQGDWLRQ ,1+) ÂżQDOL]HG WKH purchase of the old railroad corridor running from Coulter to Allison, opening the door for the creation of the Rolling Prairie Trail. Franklin County Consevationist Dennis Carlson, along with Joe Pitsor and Roger Doughan are members of a committee that has been working to make the dream of a trail through vacated by the Hampton School Ten Years Ago Franklin County a reality. They are District a few years ago and is August 20, 2003 pleased by the purchase, but they being demolished this summer Summerfest 2003‌..The Place also realize that the real work is by the White-DeCarlo Demolition To Be!! Labor Day weekend, about to begin. Co., Des Moines. August 29 and 30 at Hampton’s Mark and Sue Rother of &RQÂżUPDWLRQ ZDV KHOG DW 6W Band Shell Park. Runway Mobile Chapin has family in for dinner Peter’s United Church of Christ, Sound - Friday, August 29 Dance 9 on Sunday. Those present were *HQHYD RQ -XQH   &RQÂżUPHG p.m. to midnight. Elwyn and Joyce Brouwer, were Michael Brass, Robin Hinders, Irene Meyers, Eden Prairie, Sandra Brouwer, Ryan and Becky Chad Abbas, Scott Abbas and Minn., and her daughter, Becky Rother and daughter, Rose; and Daniel Bangasser. Conducting the Magnasen of Scandia, Minn., Tony and Jessica Rother. The ceremony was Rev. William Frost. visited Bryan and Shirley Knudsen birthday of Mark and the second Thurday in Coulter. They all anniversary of Tony and Jessica Twenty Years Ago attended the Nazareth-St. John’s were celebrated. August 26, 1993 Vacation Bible School day camp Corey and Cortney Andersen Summer’s end is only a couple supper and program. of Hampton are the proud parents of weeks away. But the nice days in Duane Kelch sank a hole-in-one of a son, Kayden Jessie. He was the last week have allowed people to on Sunday, August 3. Ray Drew was born Friday, Aug. 1, 2008, at Mercy get outside for fun and work. It is the witness of the hole-in-one. “It Medical Center – North Iowa in hard to reach some things, as Oslel was amazing. We kept looking for Mason City. He weighed eight Garcia Jr. proved Friday afternoon in WKHEDOOEHFDXVHZHFRXOGQÂśWÂżQGLW´ pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 1/2 a yard along Fifth Street NW. Garcia added Drew. inches long. Grandparents are Dave received a boost from Abe Platas, and LuLonie Nitcher of Manly 14 and Brock Schmidt, 2, decided Five Years Ago and Mike and Kathy Andersen of to help out his father, Mark, as August 20, 2008 Hampton. they mowed their own lawn Friday Monday, Aug. 11, marked the afternoon at 315 Ninth St. NW. culmination of more than a decade of Looking Back is compiled weekly Lottie Wray of rural Dumont dream, hard work and planning. On by Joyce Schomburg.

Letters to the Editor

FCC telecommunications policy changes will raise rates, reduce jobs, and leave some rural communities disadvantaged

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641-456-2585 ACCOUNTANTS COONLEY & HEILSKOV, CPA'S Elaine Coonley, CPA Patricia Heilskov, CPA Coonley Office Building 121 1st Ave. NW Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2441

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PHARMACIES KOERNER-WHIPPLE PHARMACY Pharmacists Bruce Whipple • Todd Wragge Wendal Speake • Katie Regan Erica Miller Professional Prescription Service 24 Hours a Day Every Day 641-456-2510

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3 -1st Street SW Hampton, Iowa 50441 641-456-4125

STEVEN E. PEARSON Certified Public Accountant State Farm Insurance Building P.O. Box 61 Hampton, Iowa 50441 Bus. 641-456-4829

Richard Grote, R.Ph. Phone 456-3538 • Hampton After Hours Emergency Phone 456-3268

FUNERAL HOMES RETZ FUNERAL HOME Sheffield 892-4241 Meservey 358-6105 Thornton 998-2311 Call Collect

OPTOMETRISTS DR. CRAIG L. SEMLER Optometrist 402 12th Ave. NE Hampton Phone 456-4251

DR. M.W. SNELL Optometrist 1701 Washington Ave. Iowa Falls 641-648-2357 or 1-800-748-7408

CHIROPRACTORS HICKMAN CHIROPRACTIC Dr. Jay Hickman 820 Hwy 65 N. Hampton Phone 641-456-2280

KOENEN & COLLINS CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Dr. James Koenen Dr. Chad Collins 303 Central Ave E. Hampton Phone 641-456-4142

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Lawyers John E. Coonley 121 1st Ave. NW Hampton Phone 456-4741 Sheffield Office • By Appointment Dows Office • By Appointment

Home is Where Our Heart Is! Ph. 641-456-4707 Downtown Hampton Kathy Stanbrough - 641-430-3821 Chuck Svendsen - 641-425-7159

HOBSON, CADY & CADY G.A. Cady III Megan Rosenberg Office West Side of City Park Hampton Phone 456-2555

RANDY D. JOHANSEN Lawyer 1562 200th St. Sheffield Phone 456-2970

MILLER AND MILLER, P.C.

CASTLE, DICK & KELCH INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 2 2nd St. NW, Hampton P.O. Box 299 Ph. 456-2578 Fax 456-2546 Duane Kelch Linda Campbell Tom Birdsell Terry Pecha Tonya Markwardt

JASPERSEN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE LTD 123 1st St. NW PO Box 296 Hampton 641-456-2266 www.jaspersenltd.com

Attorneys at Law KRUKOW REAL ESTATE Highway 3 West Brian D. Miller 515 Central Ave. West, Hampton Andrea M. Miller 7 First Ave. NE Ph. 641-456-3883 Fax 641-456-5553 Yvonne Krukow - 641-425-0923 Hampton, IA Erran Miller - 641-456-2447 Phone 641-456-2111 Jerry Plagge - 641-430-7951 Michelle Sackville - 641-430-6305 DANIEL F. WIECHMANN JR. Ashley Tufte - 319-213-7307 Attorney at Law Tonya Kregel - 641-425-4993 114 3rd St. NE Don Plagge - 641-892-4893 Hampton STALEY REAL ESTATE Phone 456-4545 21 4th St. NE., Hampton TONY D. KRUKOW Ph. 456-3607 Fax 456-5910 Jerry Staley - 456-3607 Attorney at Law Brad Staley - 425-9400 P.O. Box 343 Susan Staley - 425-9431 515 Central Ave. W. Kent Brown - 456-4664 Hampton Kurt Thielen - 430-3659 Phone 641-456-5999 Jay Brower 641-580-4070 tonykrukow@aol.com www.staleyonline.com

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Obituaries +DPSWRQ3ROLFH Monday, August 12 Calvin Enzer Carriger, 55, of Hampton, died on July 8, 2013, at the Frank2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV FKDUJHG 0RLVHV 0DQXHO lin County Hospice Center after a year and a half battle with bladder cancer. $\DOD 5RVDULR  +DPSWRQ DQG FKDUJHGKLPZLWK2:,DQGQRGULYCal was born August 10, 1957, in Hampton. Cal grew up in the Hampton area and attended Hampton High School. He HU¡VOLFHQVH DP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVZHUHFDOOHGWR was active in many sports including track, football and wrestling. After High DQXLVDQFHFRPSODLQWQHDUWKHLQWHUschool he attended welding school. He has worked at various jobs during his VHFWLRQRIVW$YHDQGVW6W1: life, and for the last 20 years at Concrete Inc. in Hampton as a driver.  DP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN Ă&#x20AC;QJHUCalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sons were his joy and he loved spending time with them. In addition SULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQW KH HQMR\HG PRWRUF\FOLQJ FDPSLQJ KXQWLQJ DQG ÂżVKLQJ LQ KLV VSDUH WLPH  DP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN D QXLCal had a special heart for kids. After you once met Cal you were never a VDQFHFRPSODLQW  DP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN D UHSRUW stranger to him. Left to cherish his memories includes his two sons, Wyatt Logan Woodley RIZLUHVEHLQJSXOOHGGRZQQHDUWKH Carriger and Cal Michael Carriger, of Hampton. He also leaves behind his LQWHUVHFWLRQRIQG$YHDQGWK6W soul mate, Gay Woodley, her parents Warren and Patty Woodley, Hansell, SW. SP'LVSDWFKHUVUHFHLYHGDQ his sisters Darlene (Francis) Hudson of Britt, Jen Wagner, Chicago IL, MarRSHQHQGHGFDOODWVW$YH6( ta Saveraid, Winterset, Holly (Kevin) Deal, Ames, Dawn Core, Winterset. SP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVWRRNDPLVVLQJ Brothers include Brent (Susan) Woodley, Iola Texas, Greg (Sheila) Woodley, dog report. Shell Rock, his Aunt Dorothy Parks, Latimer. He is also survived by many  SP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN Ă&#x20AC;QJHUnieces, nephews and Special â&#x20AC;&#x153;Boss Manâ&#x20AC;? Steve Hanson. Preceding him in SULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQW SP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVWRRNDPLVVLQJ death were his mother Ruth Jones Carriger and his Grandma and Grandpa dog report. Jones.  SP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN D PLVF A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on August 31 at 903 4th Street N. FLYLOFRPSODLQWDWWK$YH1( E. Hampton. A potluck meal will follow the service with an adult beverage  SP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN D PLVF provided. FLYLOFRPSODLQWDWQG$YH1(  SP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN D QXLVDQFH FRPSODLQWDWVW6W1( SP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVWRRNDKDUDVVPHQWFRPSODLQWDWVW$YH1( GIVE US A CALL! SP2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUVWRRNDUHSRUWRI 641-456-2585 or 800-558-1244 LWHPVEHLQJORVWDWWKHFRPSRVWVLWH  SP 2IĂ&#x20AC;FHUV WRRN Ă&#x20AC;QJHUPIT ROWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3RD ANNUAL BENEFIT RUN SULQWVIRUHPSOR\PHQW

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Meet US Senate Candidates Scott Schaben - U.S. Senate candidate David Young - Former US Sen. Charles Grassley Chief of Staff

Iowa House and Senate Members Dennis Guth - State Senator - District 4 Henry Rayhons - State Representative - District 8 & Local Representatives

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Lester Hinz, 96, of Iowa Falls, died on Tuesday, August 13, 2013, at the Heritage Care Center, Iowa Falls. Funeral services are pending with the Linn’s Funeral Home in Iowa Falls.

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Legals are your right to know! PUBLIC NOTICE State of Iowa - Franklin County STATE OF IOWA COUNTY OF FRANKLIN In the matter of the FRIEDA SCHLICHTING TRUST U/AJD June 22, 1989 DISTRICT COURT SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT NOTICE TO CREDITORS, CLAIMANTS, HEIRS AND BENEFICIARIES TO ALL PERSONS REGARDING FRIEDA SCHLICHTING, Deceased, who died on or about July 26, 2013. <RX DUH KHUHE\ QRWLÂżHG WKDW 3DXO 6FKOLFKWLQJ and Genelle Forsberg are now the Trustees of the Frieda Schlichting Trust. At this time, no probate administration is contemplated with regard to the above-referenced decedentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s estate. Any action to contest the validity of the trust must be brought in the District Court of Franklin County, Iowa, within the later to occur of four (4) months from the date of second publication of this notice, or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing this notice to all heirs of the deceGHQWVSRXVHRIWKHGHFHGHQWDQGEHQHÂżFLDULHV under the trust whose identities are reasonably DVFHUWDLQDEOH$Q\VXLWQRWÂżOHGZLWKLQWKLVSHriod shall be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons or entities possessing a claim against the trust must mail proof of the claim to the trustee at the adGUHVV OLVWHG EHORZ YLD FHUWLÂżHG PDLO UHWXUQ UHceipt requested, by the later to occur of four ( 4) months from the second publication of this notice or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing this notice if required, or the claim shall be forHYHUEDUUHGXQOHVVSDLGRURWKHUZLVHVDWLVÂżHG Dated this 7th day of August, 2013. FRIEDA SCHLICHTING TRUST U/A/D JUNE 22, 1989 Genelle Forsberg, Trustee 1335 Corporate Center Curve, Suite 200 Eagan, MN 55121 ____________________________________

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NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500764 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF Tom Fryett, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Tom Fryett, Deceased, who died on or about July 3, 2013: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHGD\RI July, 2013, the last will and testament of Tom Fryett, deceased, bearing the date of the 18th day of February, 1983, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Becky J. Lohrbach was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors KDYLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHP with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for alORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFcur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 30th day of July, 2013. Becky J. Lohrbach Executor of Estate PO Box 404, Latimer, IA 50452 Brad Lee Bonner Attorney for Executor Bonner Law PLLC 1305 Broadway, Suite 201 Denison, IA 51442 Date of second publication 21st day of August, 2013. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 14 and 21, 2013. ____________________________________

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NOTICE OF LETTING DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 10 OPEN DITCH REPAIR AND CLEAN-OUT FRANKLIN COUNTY, IOWA 2013 6HDOHGELGVZLOOEHUHFHLYHGDWWKHRIÂżFHRIWKH County Auditor of Franklin County, Iowa, until 10:00 a.m., on the 9th day of September, 2013, for the supplying of materials and labor for the construction of a repair project described in general as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Drainage District No. 10 Open Ditch and Clean-Out, Franklin County, Iowaâ&#x20AC;?, and as GHVFULEHGLQGHWDLOLQWKH3ODQVDQG6SHFLÂżFDWLRQV IRU VDLG LPSURYHPHQWV QRZ RQ ÂżOH LQ WKH RIÂżFHRIWKH$XGLWRU Bids will be opened at the Franklin County %RDUGRI6XSHUYLVRUV2IÂżFHSURPSWO\DIWHUWKH time for receiving the bids has closed. Each Proposal shall be made on a blank form furnished by the Engineer or a true and correct copy thereof and each Proposal shall be sealed DQG SODLQO\ LGHQWLÂżHG DQG VKDOO EH DFFRPSDnied in a separate envelope by a Bid Bond FHUWLÂżHG FKHFN FDVKLHUÂśV FKHFN RU D &HUWLÂżHG Share Draft in a separate sealed envelope in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total bid, in no case to exceed $10,000, drawn RQDQGFHUWLÂżHGE\DEDQNLQ,RZDRUDFHUWLÂżHG share draft drawn on a Credit Union in Iowa or chartered under the laws of the United States of $PHULFD7KH&HUWLÂżHG&KHFN&DVKLHUÂśV&KHFN RU&HUWLÂżHG6KDUH'UDIWVKDOOEHPDGHSD\DEOH to the Auditor of Franklin County, Iowa as security that, if awarded a contract by Resolution of the Board of Supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s acting as Trustees for Drainage District No. 10, Franklin County, Iowa, the Bidder will enter into a contract at the prices bid and furnish the required corporate surety ERQG  7KH &HUWLÂżHG &KHFN &DVKLHUÂśV &KHFN RU&HUWLÂżHG6KDUH'UDIWPD\EHFDVKHGDQGWKH proceeds retained by the Drainage District as liquidated damages if the Bidder fails to execute DFRQWUDFWRUÂżOHWKHUHTXLUHGVXUHW\ERQGZLWKLQ ten (10) calendar days after the acceptance of Bidderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Proposal by Resolution of the Board. &HUWLÂżHGFKHFNVRUFHUWLÂżHGVKDUHGUDIWVZLOOEH returned to the unsuccessful Bidders within forW\ÂżYH  GD\VDIWHUWKHRSHQLQJRI%LGV1R bidder may withdraw a proposal within 45 days after the date set for opening bids. The proposed repairs and clean-out to be considered shall in general consist of cleaning the bottom of the lower 7600 feet of the Open Ditch, repair eroded ditch banks and related work. All work and materials are to be in strict comSOLDQFH ZLWK WKH 3ODQV DQG 6SHFLÂżFDWLRQV DQG SURSRVHGIRUPRI&RQWUDFWQRZRQÂżOHLQWKHRIÂżFH RI WKH &RXQW\$XGLWRU RI )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ Iowa, and may be secured upon the deposit RIDWWKHRIÂżFHRI0F&OXUH(QJLQHHULQJ Company, 705 First Avenue North, Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501; $10.00 refundable to those return-

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ing them in good condition within ten (10) days after the date of the bid opening. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bond in an amount equal to 100% of the contract price to the County Auditor guaranteeing the faithful performance for the contract and guaranteeing the completed project against defective workmanship and/or materials for a period of one (1) year from and after acceptance. Payment to the Contractor for said work will EH PDGH LQ PRQWKO\ HVWLPDWHV DQG RQH ÂżQDO estimate in accordance with Section 468.100 of the Code of Iowa. Monthly estimates will be equivalent to ninety percent (90%) of the contract value of the work completed during the preceding calendar month. The Contractor will prepare on or before the lst day of each month, estimates of work completed during the preceding calendar month under the contract and shall submit these to the Engineer who will certify each approved estimate to the Trustees for payment. Such monthly payment will in no way be construed as an act of acceptance for any of the work partially or totally completed. Payments shall be made in cash or warrants in favor of such contractor on the drainage fund of the District, which if registered and stamped â&#x20AC;&#x153;not paid for want of fundsâ&#x20AC;? shall bear interest at a rate of eight (8%) percent in accordance with Chapter 468 of the Code of Iowa. The project will be bid with two alternative completion dates. The Contractor shall complete all work in accordance with the Plans and 6SHFLÂżFDWLRQVE\'HFHPEHURUDOWHUQDtively by May 14, 2014. The Contractor shall forfeit $200.00 per working day as required to complete the contract after the aforesaid completion date, except in the condition that a time extension is granted by the Trustees. A workLQJGD\DVXVHGKHUHLQVKDOOEHGHÂżQHGDVDQ\ day, Monday through Friday, not a holiday, during which weather conditions shall permit a full crew to be gainfully employed for a full 8-hour shift between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.. The Trustees hereby reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities and irregularities as it may deem to be for the best interests of the Drainage District. Published upon the order of the Board of Supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s acting as Trustees for Drainage District No. 10, Franklin County, Iowa. By: Corey Eberling, Chairman Board of Supervisors Michelle Giddings, Auditor Franklin County, Iowa ____________________________________

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NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500767 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Gary Lynn Borcherding, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Gary Lynn Borcherding, Deceased, who died on or about April 30, 2013: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHst day of August, 2013, the last will and testament of Gary Lynn Borcherding, deceased, bearing date of the 20th day of November, 2012, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Sylvia A. Borcherding was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 6th day of August, 2013. Sylvia A. Borcherding Executor of Estate Box 624 Latimer, IA 50452

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500766 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Larry D. Froning, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Larry D. Froning, Deceased, who died on or about July 15, 2013: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHst day of August, 2013, the last will and testament of Larry D. Froning, deceased, bearing date of the 24th day of March, 2009, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Susan McDowell was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 7th day of August, 2013. Susan McDowell Executor of Estate 24284 130th Street Iowa Falls, IA 50126

G.A. Cady III, ICIS PIN No: AT0001386 Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC Attorney for Executor 9 First Street SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555

G.A. Cady III, ICIS PIN No: AT0001386 Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC Attorney for Executor 9 First Street SW PO Box 456 Hampton, IA 50441 641-456-2555 Date of second publication 21st day of August, 2013. ____________________________________

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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500765 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF Janscee Feckers, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Janscee Feckers, Deceased, who died on or about July 14, 2013: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHGD\RI July, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors KDYLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHP with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for alORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFcur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of August, 2013. Shellene Feckers Administrator of Estate 10229 Hwy. 3, Dumont, IA 50625

NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500757 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF Ruth Wright, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Ruth Wright, Deceased, who died on or about June 18, 2012: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHst day of July, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors KDYLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHP with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for alORZDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFcur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 22nd day of July, 2013. Becky J. Lohrbach Executor of Estate 403 South Akir Street Latimer, IA 50452

Richard A. Allbee, ICIS PIN Number: 122 PO Box 436 Hampton, IA 50441

Richard A. Allbee, ICIS PIN Number:122 1320 4th Street NE Hampton, IA 50441

Date of second publication 21st day of August, 2013. ____________________________________

Date of second publication 7th day of August, 2013. ____________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 14 and 21, 2013. ____________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21 and August 28, 2013. ____________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Franklin County Board of Supervisors

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Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves a Road Closure on Heather Avenue between 70th Street and 80th Street for the replacement of an existing bridge. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, opens at 10:00 AM a Public Hearing to receive comments on the Amendment of Iowa Department of Transportation Five Year Program to facilitate construction of a RISE project on 90th Street between Mallard Avenue and Lark Avenue, to replace a culvert on S14 between Hwy 3 and 210th Street due to a resurfacing project in 2014. All ayes, motion carried. Present was: Jay Waddingham-County Engineer, Michelle Giddings-Auditor. No oral or written comments had been received of those present. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, closes the Public Hearing at 10:05 AM. All ayes. Motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, adopts Resolution 2013-34: Amendment of Iowa Department of Transportation Five Year Program. Said Resolution reads as follows: RESOLUTION NUMBER: 2013-34: RESOLUTION FOR AMENDMENT OF IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 5 YEAR PROGRAM WHEREAS, be it resolved that Franklin County is amending Franklin Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5 Year Construction Plan to facilitate construction of a RISE project on 90th Street between Mallard and Lark Avenues, to replace the culvert on Mallard Avenue between 40th and 50th Streets due to culvert failure and replace culverts on S14 between Hwy. 3 and 210th Street due to a resurfacing project in 2014. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Franklin County, Iowa to amend the 5 year program and hereby directs the chair to sign said agreement and thereafter to be submitted to the Iowa Department of Transportation. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Engineer is hereby authorized to add projects to the 5 year program and administrative documents as relating to this project. PASSED THIS twelfth day of August, 2013. Eberling-Aye, Nolte-Aye, Plagge-Aye. Resolution duly adopted. The Board is waiting on information from Crescent Electric Supply Company, Mason City, Iowa for a possible demonstration date to view

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500768 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF Marvin D. Spieker, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Marvin D. Spieker, Deceased, who died on or about October 11, 2010: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHth day of August, 2013, the last will and testament of Marvin D. Spieker, deceased, bearing date of the 11th day of August, 2009, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Elsa F. Spieker was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 9th day of August, 2013. Elsa F. Spieker Executor of Estate 1770 Windover Oaks Circle, Apt. 155 Titusville, FL 32780-4581

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROBATE NO. ESPR500762 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF Doris Mae Musehl, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Doris Mae Musehl, Deceased, who died on or about October 25, 2012: <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWRQWKHrd day of July, 2013, the last will and testament of Doris Mae Musehl, deceased, bearing date of the 21st day of April, 2008, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Conrad James Musehl was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havLQJFODLPVDJDLQVWWKHHVWDWHVKDOOÂżOHWKHPZLWK the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowDQFHDQGXQOHVVVRÂżOHGE\WKHODWHUWRRFFXURI four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is therefore after forever barred. Dated this 29th day of July, 2013. Conrad James Musehl Executor of Estate 196 Drowse Lane Hollister, MO 65672

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21 and 28, 2013. ____________________________________

PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS August 12, 2013 Be it duly noted these minutes of 8/12/2013 are UNOFFICIAL minutes. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Corey Eberling-Chairman and Michael Nolte present, Jerry L. Plagge present via Skype (due to a long illness). Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves the agenda as submitted. All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, approves the minutes of August 5, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. The Board opened the meeting to public comment: LaVerne Benning, landowner in DD #44, Section 13, Grant Township, was concerned regarding the drainage assessment sent out this past week. Drainage Clerk Sandy Eckhardt stopped down to explain the repairs were done LQ WKH FRXQW\ GLWFK QRW LQ WKH ÂżHOG ZKHUH 0U Benning had thought. Mr. Benning was okay with the assessment after it was explained. The Board reported on committee meetings throughout the week: DECAT/Empowerment meeting update; Update of dispatch/communications meeting held on August 6, 2013. Follow upâ&#x20AC;ŚCounty is getting information from Health and Liability insurance carriers and the city is ORRNLQJLQWRDOLJQLQJEHQHÂżWSDFNDJHVWRWKDWRI the Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s for the dispatchers. Results from Cerro Gordo County regarding dispatch sharing were favorable and a viable option, but the Supervisors felt they need to follow through working out the agreement of dispatch in Franklin County. No action taken. At 9:00 AM Brent Hinders, ICAP Attorney, met to discuss an employment matter presently in litigation. Mr. Hinders requested the Board go into closed session per Iowa Code Chapter 21.5(c). Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves going into closed session at 9:02 AM, due to employment litigation and Iowa Code 21.5(1)(c). All ayes, motion carried. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, approves opening the closed session at 9:33 AM. All ayes, motion carried. No action was taken per the closed session. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Nolte, approves a Road Closure on Mallard Avenue between 40th Street and 50th Street for box culvert repairs. All ayes, motion carried.

Date of second publication 21st day of August, 2013. ____________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 14 and 21, 2013. ____________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 14 and 21, 2013. ____________________________________

options with the Courthouse LED lighting. No action taken. Courthouse Statue rusting matter. The Board asked the Auditor to talk with the Renaissance 5RRÂżQJZRUNHUVWKDWDUHSUHVHQWO\ZRUNLQJRQ the Memorial Hall and ask them to inspect the Courthouse statues for options of repair. No action taken. The Board acknowledged the Non Permitted Animal Feeding Construction Application for expansion of an existing animal feeding operation for Paul Enslin Finisher, owner Paul Enslin, site located SW1/4, SW1/4, Sec 3, Osceola Township to build a 51â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x 120â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; deep building. Capacity after expansion for total number swine over 55 lbs.-1948; swine 15 to 55 lbs.-360; with total proposed animal unit capacity at 815. The Board acknowledged Manure Management Plan Renewals for: 1) Jordahl Site #7, #63325, owner Jon & Carol Ann Jordahl, site located 925 190th St, Latimer, Sec 4, Marion Township 2) Caribou Site #63820, owner James Heffelmeier, site located 1757 Mallard Ave, Hampton, Sec 7, Mott Township 3) Moose Site #65289, owner James Heffelmeier, site located 3219 Wright Ave, Dows, Sec 24, Vernon Township, Wright County. The Board acknowledged the Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Monthly Report of Fees, Accidents, Criminal and Transports for July 2013. The Board acknowledged a letter from the 8QLRQ 3DFLÂżF 5DLOURDG UHJDUGLQJ D SURSRVHG abandonment of the Bristow Subdivision from Milepost 318.07 to Milepost 318.66, a total distance of 0.59 miles near Hampton, Franklin County, Iowa; STB Docket No. AB-33 (Sub-No. ;   8QLRQ 3DFLÂżF 5DLOURDG &RPSDQ\ H[SHFWV WR EH ÂżOLQJ ZLWK WKH 6XUIDFH7UDQVSRUWDtion Board a Notice of Exemption seeking authority to abandon said line. Supervisor Eberling excused himself from the meeting at 10:24 AM. Motion by Nolte, seconded by Plagge, adjourns at 10:31 AM until August 19, 2013. All ayes. Motion carried. ATTEST: Corey Eberling, Chairman Michelle Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board ___________________________________ Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21, 2013. ___________________________________

John E. Coonley, ICIS PIN No: 00007542 Attorney for Executor 121 First Avenue N.W., P.O. Box 397 Hampton, IA 50441

John E. Coonley, ICIS PIN No: 00007542 Attorney for Executor 121 First Avenue N.W., P.O. Box 397 Hampton, IA 50441

Date of second publication 28th day of August, 2013. ___________________________________

Date of second publication 28th day of August, 2013. ___________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21 and 28, 2013. ___________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21 and 28, 2013. ___________________________________


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+DPSWRQ&KURQLFOHÂ&#x2021;6HFWLRQ$ PUBLIC NOTICE CAL Community School PUBLIC NOTICE REGULAR SCHOOL ELECTION CAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Regular School Election of the CAL Community School District, located in Franklin and Wright Counties, State of Iowa, will be held on September 10, 2013. The polls will be open from 12:00 noon until 8:00 p.m., and the polling places will be at the locations described below:

ALEXANDER PUBLIC LIBRARY +DUULPDQ$OH[DQGHU (OHFWRUVZKRUHVLGHLQWKH&LW\RI$OH[DQder, Scott and Wisner Townships, in Franklin County, and that portion of Wright County. LATIMER COMMUNITY CENTER 1$NLU/DWLPHU Electors who reside in the Cities of Coulter and Latimer and portions of Richland, Marion, Morgan, and Hamilton Townships.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Hampton-Dumont Community School Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vehicle. For further information, please contact WKH&RXQW\$XGLWRUÂśVRIÂżFHDWRU email auditor@co.franklin.ia.us. Franklin County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Michelle Giddings The ballot to be used at said election reads below:

PUBLIC NOTICE REGULAR SCHOOL ELECTION HAMPTON-DUMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Regular School Election of the Hampton-Dumont Community School District, located in Franklin and Butler Counties, State of Iowa, will be held on September 10, 2013. The polls will be open from 12:00 noon until 8:00 p.m., and the polling

places will be at the locations described below: HAMPTON LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER 105 5th St. SW, Hampton Hampton Precinct consists of all Franklin County residents residing in the HamptonDumont School District. DUMONT AMERICAN LEGION 508 Main Street, Dumont Dumont Precinct consists of all Butler County residents residing in the Hampton-Dumont School District.

Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vehicle. For further information, please contact WKH&RXQW\$XGLWRUÂśVRIÂżFHDWRU email auditor@co.franklin.ia.us. Franklin County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Michelle Giddings 7KHÂżUVWURWDWLRQEDOORWWREHXVHGDWVDLGHOHFtion reads below:

OFFICIAL CAL SCHOOL ELECTION BALLOT FRANKLIN COUNTY

STATE OF IOWA

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER 1. TO VOTE YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL ( ) COMPLETELY. To write in a name, you must blacken the oval ( ) to the left of the line provided, and write the name in the space provided for that purpose. 2. USE THE PENCIL or PEN PROVIDED. 3. DO NOT CROSS OUT. If you change your mind, exchange your ballot for a new one. 4. AFTER VOTING, insert ballot in the secrecy sleeve and drop in the grey ballot box. DO NOT FOLD THE BALLOT.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2013

FOR DIRECTOR DISTRICT 1 AT-LARGE (Term Ending Sept 2017 ) (Vote For No More Than One)

Mitch Vanness _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ Write-In Vote, If Any

FOR DIRECTOR DISTRICT 2 AT-LARGE (Term Ending Sept 2017) (Vote For No More Than One)

OFFICIAL BALLOT

Austin Elling _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ Write-In Vote, If Any

Commissioner of Elections Franklin County, Iowa _____________________________

FOR DIRECTOR DISTRICT AT-LARGE (Term Ending Sept 2017) (Vote For No More Than One)

Todd A. Mensing _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ Write-In Vote, If Any

CAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CAL 01 Alexander OFFICIALâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s INITIAL _________

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Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21, 2013. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21, 2013. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE Latimer City Council Latimer City Council Regular Session Minutes August 12, 2013 The regular meeting of the Latimer City Council was called to order by Mayor Kent Morton on Monday, August 12, 2013 at Latimer City Hall DWSP Answering roll call were council members Randy DeBour, Rhonda Noelck, Jeanne Plagge, Morgan Prestholt, and Dan Torreson. There were several items to be considered DQGDGGHGWRWKHDJHQGDWKDWGRQRWQHHG hour notice as follows: Mike Walrodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s change in insurance withdrawal from his monthly compensation, a request from two citizens to put in a culvert between their properties, and a request from a citizen to put in a fuel barrel on his property. Motion by Plagge, seconded by Torreson to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried unanimously. Several members from the Latimer Fire Department were at the meeting to discuss matWHUVUHODWHGWRWKHÂżUHGHSDUWPHQW Delbert Hamilton spoke with the council and offered to keep the tree dump maintained if he and his son can use it. This matter will be on QH[WPRQWKÂśVFRXQFLOPHHWLQJDJHQGD Moved by Torreson, seconded by Noelck that no medical insurance will be provided by the city, but that the city will do payroll withholding for Mike Walrodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s medical insurance LQ WKH DPRXQW RI  PRQWKO\ LQVWHDG RI  PRQWKO\ DV LW KDV EHHQ 7KLV LV HIfective as of August 2013. This will not change the amount of his total compensation as stated LQ 5HVROXWLRQ   0RWLRQ FDUULHG XQDQLmously.

Motion by Torreson, seconded by Noelck to allow Kurt Thielen and Deon Juhl to gravel between their homes, and put in a culvert. Motion carried unanimously. The matter of Todd Mollenbeck wanting to put in a fuel barrel on his property will be tabled until WKHQH[WFRXQFLOPHHWLQJ Nomination papers may be picked up at city hall by anyone wishing to run for mayor or city council in November. There are three seats WKDWZLOOQHHGWREHÂżOOHGIRUFLW\FRXQFLODQGD VHDWIRUWKHPD\RUSRVLWLRQ7KHÂżUVWGD\WRÂżOH SDSHUVZLWKWKHFLW\FOHUNLV$XJXVWWKDQGWKH ODVWGD\WRÂżOHSDSHUVLV6HSWWK Jeanne Plagge will be the new representative to the Franklin County Charitable Foundation. Motion by DeBour, seconded by Noelck to approve the minutes of the last regular council meeting. Motion carried unanimously. Mayor Morton stated that the balance due that the City of Latimer will pay this month for the Heartland Asphalt, Inc. bill for street improvePHQWVLV The mayor and city council reviewed the FOHUNÂśVÂżQDQFLDOUHSRUWDQGEXGJHWUHYLHZZKLFK was given to them before the meeting. After discussion it was moved by Torreson and seconded by DeBour that the city purchase the 5DQG66HUYLFHVEXLOGLQJIRUDQG DSSURYH D  SD\PHQW WR .UXNRZ 5HDO Estate for earnest money on the purchase. Ayes: DeBour, Noelck, Prestholt, and Torreson. Plagge abstained from voting. Nays: None. Motion carried. It was moved by DeBour and seconded by Torreson to set the date for September 11, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for a public hearing to amend the curUHQW&LW\RI/DWLPHUEXGJHWIRUÂżVFDO\HDUHQGLQJ

-XQH0RWLRQFDUULHGXQDQLPRXVO\ It was moved by Plagge and seconded by De%RXU WR DSSURYH 5HVROXWLRQ  D UHVROXtion approving the city clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2013 city street ÂżQDQFLDOUHSRUWIRUÂżVFDO\HDUHQGLQJ-XQH 2013. A roll call vote was taken. Ayes: DeBour, Noelck, Plagge, Prestholt, and Torreson. Nays: None. Motion carried. The discussion and possible action regarding RYHUGXH ZDWHU ELOOV ZDV WDEOHG XQWLO WKH QH[W meeting. The Director of City Maintenance gave his report. He mentioned that Swieter Salvage will be doing free curbside appliance clean-up on $XJXVWWKIURPDPWRDP Mayor Morton gave a report on some recent meetings he has attended. Minutes of Latimer City Council meeting â&#x20AC;&#x201C; August 12, 2013 (Continued). Council member, Jeanne Plagge, stated that the CAL Education Foundation will be having itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eleventh annual golf tournament on SaturGD\$XJWK It was moved by Torreson and seconded by Plagge to approve the bills as listed. Motion carried unanimously. The bills are as follows: GENERAL IPERS, retirement.................................. (OHFWURQLF)HG7D[3PW6\VWHP)HG),&$ .... .............................................................333.10 0DWW3DUURWW6WRUH\.HQZRUWK\RIÂżFHVXSSOLHV .. ............................................................... )UDQNOLQ&RXQW\SROLFHSURWHFWLRQIRUÂżVFDO\HDU  .........................................2,500.00 Green Canopy, Inc.,rental of portable toilets ..... .............................................................

DeBour Electric, Inc., work on West Park light .. ............................................................... +DPSWRQ+DUGZDUHĂ&#x20AC;RZHUEDVNHWVHWF........... ............................................................. Krukow Real Estate Trust, earnest money for purchase of R & S Services building....500.00 0DWW3DUURWW6WRUH\.HQZRUWK\RIÂżFHVXSSOLHV .. ............................................................... Christophe Petit, cleaning........................ Auto Parts, Inc., coil and cond. ................ Pralleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Machine & Welding, mower repairs ...... ............................................................... Mid America Publishing Corp., publishing ......... ............................................................... Hansell Ag Repair, mower repairs ......... Hobson, Cady, & Cady, P.L.C., legal services ... ...............................................................50.00 Latimer Fuel & Service, LLC, gas ..........183.30 Michael Walrod, reimbursement for cell phone usage monthly........................................30.00 Frontier, telephone service .................... Mid American Energy Co., utilities ......... Franklin County Treasurer, assessment ..10.00 Franklin County Treasurer, assessment .. Printing Services, Inc., copy paper .................... ............................................................... Alliant Energy, Latimer city sign...............23.85 Mid American Energy Co., 202 N. Akir utilities .. ............................................................... 0LFKDHO :DOURG RXWRISRFNHW H[SHQVH IRU amount that was paid to Franklin County TreaVXUHUÂśVRIÂżFHIRUGUDLQDJHIHHV............... *HQHUDO5RDG8VH7D[:DWHU8WLOLW\*DUEDJH Fund, and Sewer Fund) Employee payroll for August (after withholding) .......................................................... Insurance deduction from monthly compensation for Aug. ..........................................

ROAD USE TAX IPERS, retirement..................................108.23 (OHFWURQLF)HG7D[3PW6\VWHP)HG),&$ .... ............................................................. Larry Yakel, labor ..................................... Mid American Energy Co., utilities ......... Dudleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Corner, Inc., shop supplies ....... WATER UTILITY IPERS, retirement..................................173.35 (OHFWURQLF)HG7D[3PW6\VWHP)HG),&$ .... ............................................................. Mortâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Water Co., check valve at water plant .... ...............................................................55.00 Ag Source Laboratories, water analysis .. Frontier, telephone service ...................... 7UHDVXUHU6WDWHRI,RZDVDOHVWD[ORFDORSWLRQ WD[IRUPRQWKHQGLQJ ............... Mid American Energy Co., utilities .........227.37 Stahl Enterprises, refund on deposit ...(deposit paid by renter) ......................................150.00 Franklin REC, electricity at water tower  GARBAGE FUND IPERS, retirement.................................. (OHFWURQLF)HG7D[3PW6\VWHP)HG),&$ .... ............................................................. Franklin County, contribution for Franklin CounW\6DQLWDU\/DQGÂżOO............................. Hampton Hardware, keys for tree dump....7.17 Mason City Recycling Center, LTD., processing .......................................................... /DQGÂżOORI1RUWK,RZDJDUEDJHFKDUJHVÂą-XO\ . ............................................................. Latimer Fuel & Service, LLC. gas ..........370.00 7UHDVXUHU6WDWHRI,RZDVDOHVWD[ORFDORSWLRQ WD[IRUPRQWKHQGLQJ .................51.10 Dudleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Corner, Inc., gas ..................... LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX STREET IMPROVEMENTS

Heartland Asphalt, Inc., balance on street, Improvements ....................................... SEWER REVENUE FUND Iowa Public Employees Retirement System ...... .............................................................173.35 (OHFWURQLF)HGHUDO7D[3D\PHQW6\VWHP ........... ............................................................. Quality Pump & Control, work on pump #1 at lift station .................................................. Quality Pump & Control, work at lift station & impeller suction plate assembly ........1,518.20 Frontier, telephone service at lift station .. Mid American Energy Co., sewer lift station ...... ............................................................... 7UHDVXUHU6WDWHRI,RZDVDOHVWD[ORFDORSWLRQ WD[IRUPRQWKHQGLQJ ...............118.51 Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources, NPDES permit fee ..................................................210.00 Michael Walrod, portion of salary for Aug. ......... ............................................................. Trevis Murphy, portion of salary for Aug. ........... ............................................................. Judy Muhlenbruck, portion of salary for Aug. .... ............................................................. It was moved by Torreson and seconded by 3ODJJH WR DGMRXUQ WKH FRXQFLO PHHWLQJ DW  p.m. Ayes: DeBour, Noelck, Plagge, Prestholt, and Torreson. Nays: None. Motion carried. ATTEST: Judy Muhlenbruck, City Clerk Kent Morton, Mayor ___________________________________

POSTAGE ............................................ R COMM, ANNUAL REPEATER USER FEE .... ............................................................. RAPP, AMANDA , MONTHLY MILEAGE . READ NATURALLY, SPEC ED SUPPLIES ....... ............................................................... REALLY GOOD STUFF, INC., SUPPLIES ........ ............................................................. RESOURCES FOR READING, TITLE I SUPPLIES ..................................................... RIDDELL, INC, HELMETS .................1,885.00 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA, CONFERENCE REGISTRATION-MR WIDEN ........ .............................................................125.00 SCHOOL SPECIALTY, SUPPLIES ........ SEMINOLE ENERGY SERVICES, L.L.C., NATURAL GAS ........................................... SIFERT, JOHN , BUSINESS CLASS TUITION REIMB.................................................. TEACHERS DISCOUNT, SUPPLIES .... TEACHERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S DISCOVERY, SPANISH SUPPLIES ..................................................... TEACHING STRATEGIES, GOLD BASIC SUBSCRIPTION ......................................... TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE LLC, MEDICAID BILLING ........................................ TIME FOR KIDS, 3RD GRADE MAGAZINES ... ............................................................... TREETOP PUBLISHING INC., 5TH GRADE READING SUPPLIES ............................ UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA, JACOBSEN CLASS-MR WIDEN .....................300.00 WAVERLY-SHELL ROCK CSD, SPECIAL ED TUITION............................................ WESTERN DUBUQUE CSD, SPECIAL ED TUITION ................................................ WIDEN, DWIGHT , JULY TRAVEL EXPENSES ............................................................. XEROX CORPORATION, COPIER SUPPLIES & LEASE ..............................................120.15 XEROX CORPORATION, COPIER SUPPLIES

& LEASE ...........................................1,023.22 ZANER-BLOSER, 3RD GRADE WORKBOOKS ................................................275.52 TOTAL ............................................262,083.12 CHILD NUTRITION FUND ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO., MILKSUMMER .............................................305.81 EARTHGRAINS BAKING COâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S INC., BREADSUMMER ............................................... MARTIN BROTHERS DIST. CO., INC, FOOD SUPPLIES-SUMMER .......................... TOTAL ................................................1,009.61 ACTIVITY FUND AMAZON.COM, CATCHING GEAR ...... DECKER SPORTING GOODS, VOLLEYBALL SHORTS & GAME BALLS ................... DOWN TO EARTH, FLOWERS ............ EPSTEEN, JAKE , UMPIRE ....................85.00 FAREWAY STORES, INC., FFA SUPPLIES ..... ............................................................... FRANKLIN COUNTY LUMBER, FFA SUPPLIES ..................................................... GOT YOU COVERED, FFA FAIR TSHIRTS...... ............................................................. HAMPTON HARDWARE, FFA SUPPLIES ........ ............................................................... HEFTI, MIKYLA , SOFTBALL BATS REIMBURSEMENT ...................................... IOWA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSN, MEMBERSHIP DUES ....................................30.00 PETTY CASH, START-UP CASH REFUND...... .............................................................350.00 SCHULZ, NICK , UMPIRE.......................85.00 STEVENS, ERIC , UMPIRE ....................85.00 TOTAL ................................................2,048.25 ___________________________________

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21, 2013. ___________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE CAL Community School Board of Education CAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION AUGUST 12, 2013 The CAL Board of Education held its regular meeting on August 12, 2013 in the CAL Media Center. President Steve Muhlenbruch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were Board members Steve Muhlenbruch, Austin Elling, Todd Mensing, and Beth Eddy. Board member Mitch Vanness arrived at 7:03 p.m. Also present were Superintendent Dwight Widen, Principal Scott Striegel, and Secretary Amanda Rapp. A motion to approve the agenda was made by Eddy, seconded by Mensing. All ayes. Vaness was not present for vote. The Board recognized visitors. Teacher Kelli Showalter reported to the Board about her new position as Literacy Coach and what all the position entails. Sarah DeBour presented to the Board on the Ag activities that have been occurring throughout the summer, and about the CASE and STEM program that she will be using in one of her classes this year. A motion to approve the consent agenda was made by Eddy, seconded by Vanness. All ayes. A motion to approve paying the list of bills was made by Eddy, seconded by Vanness. All ayes. Custodian Frank Patrick gave a facilities report to the Board. A motion to approve the removal RIWUHHVIURPWKH$OH[DQGHUEDOOÂżHOGDQGIURP WKHZHVWHQGRIWKHIRRWEDOOÂżHOGZDVPDGHE\ Vanness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. There was no transportation report to review but it was discussed to sell the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s suburban on Ebay ZLWKDĂ&#x20AC;RRURI0U6WULHJHOUHSRUWHGWR the Board on his principal activities that have occurred throughout the summer. Mr. Widen reported on the preliminary enrollment and the plans to share a nurse with Hampton-Dumont.

The Board reviewed curriculum reports and discussed the issues with getting students to take Business Education classes, and what can be done to promote the classes. Mr. Widen also discussed the Annual Yearly Progress report with the Board. A motion to approve a bid from Fahrmann +HDWLQJ  3OXPELQJ WR Âż[ WKH DLU FRQGLWLRQHU located in the ICN room was made by Vaness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. Under new business a motion to approve the bid from Central Lock and Key to install a keyless entry system (with Mr. Widen checking on the cost of keypad) was made by Vanness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. The Board did its second reading of Board policy series 100, 200, and 800, a motion to approve the second reading of the policies was made by Eddy, seconded by Elling. All ayes. The Board reviewed the Legislative Priorities and a motion to approve SULRULWLHV     DQG  ZDV PDGH E\ Vanness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. The Board reviewed the teacher start time in the Master Contract and no changes were made. A motion to approve two open enrollments into the District due to good cause was made by Vanness, seconded by Elling. All ayes. A motion to approve a .5 Play Sponsor Contract and a Small Group Speech Sponsor Contract ZLWK$OH[DQGULD9DOOHERZDVPDGHE\0HQVLQJ seconded by Vanness. All ayes. A motion to approve a Masters + 30 contract with Julie Howland was made by Vanness, seconded by Eddy. All ayes. A motion to approve a VWLSHQGIRU6HDQ)DUPHUZDVPDGH by Mensing, seconded by Vanness. All ayes. The Board discussed Fund Raising but no action was taken. Under discussion items the Board discussed the Barkema Grant application and a scholarship committee of Beth Eddy and Austin Elling

was made. A motion to adjourn was made by Vanness, seconded by Eddy. All ayes. The meeting was adjourned at 10:50 p.m. Claims GF/MGMT/SILO/PPEL $($  ('8&$7,21$/ 6(59,&(6 &20PUTER REPAIRS ................................ $($  ('8&$7,21$/ 6(59,&(6 &20PUTER REPAIRS ............................. AFLAC, LANEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PREMIUM .................... ALDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, SPECIAL ED TUITION....................11,157.27 ALL STAR PEST CONTROL, PEST CONTROL...................................................... BAKER GROUP, MAINT AGREEMENT PMT 3 2) .................................................. BELMOND-KLEMME COMMUNITY S.D., SPECIAL ED TUITION.................... BLICK ART MATERIALS, ART SUPPLIES ........ .......................................................... CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY, SCIENCE SUPPLIES ............................13.50 CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING, INC, CLEANING SUPPLIES ..................... CITY OF LATIMER, WATER AND GARBAGE .. .............................................................235.70 CLEAR LAKE COMMUNITY SCHOOL, SPECIAL ED TUITION ............................. DEBOUR ELECTRIC, INC., LIFT STATION REPAIR PARTS .......................................... DEMCO, LAMINATOR SUPPLIES ........ FEDERAL FIRE EQUIPMENT CO., INSPECTION .................................................... FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC., SCIENCE SUPPLIES ................................................... FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES, LIBRARY BOOKS ................................................ FRANKLIN MEDICAL CENTER - LATIMER, BUS DRIVER PHYSICALS .................. FRANKLIN RURAL ELECTRIC COOP., ELEC-

TRICITY ............................................ HAMPTON-DUMONT COMM. SCHOOL, RENEEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S DRIVING ........................... HEINY,MCMANIGAL, DUFFY,, LEGAL SERVICES .................................................... IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES, MEDICAID .................................................. IOWA DIRECT EQUIPMENT AND APPR, BLEACHER INSPECTION...................500.00 IOWA LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, COACHING CLASS-ABBY RAPP ....... ISEBA, RETIREE INSURANCE ......... LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS, SUPPLIES ................................................... MARIA HOWARD/ART FOR EL SALVADOR, ART FUNDRAISER..............................200.00 MARSHALL & SWIFT, INC., LAUNDRY SERVICE..................................................... MASON CITY COMMUNITY SD, SPECIAL ED TUITION..........................................15,801.73 MATT PARROTT & SONS COMPANY, BUSINESS OFFICE AF CHECKS................ MCGRAW HILL COMPANIES, THE , SP ED SUPPLIES & WORKBOOKS ............ MENARDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, MAINT SUPPLIES ............ MID-AMERICA PUBLISHING CORP., BOARD MIN & ADS ........................................... MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY, ELECTRICITY ................................................. MID-IOWA SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT CONSORTIUM, CM LICENSE & ANNUAL DUES .. .......................................................... MORTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S WATER COMPANY, GRINDER PUMPS & SERVICE .........................7,052.85 PATRICK, FRANK , SUPPLIES & TRAVEL REIMB.................................................. PAUL A HALVORSON INC, MAINT SERVICES ............................................................. PIONEER VALLEY BOOKS, READING RECOVERY BOOKS ................................ POSTMASTER, REGISTRATION PACKET

Published in the Hampton Chronicle on August 21, 2013. ___________________________________

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WEEKLY PRO RACING UPDATE Racing News, Stats & Trivia 2013 Standings

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1) Jimmie Johnson Points: 813 Wins: 4 Top 5: 9 Top 10: 15

2) Clint Bowyer Points: 772 Wins: 0 Top 5: 8 Top 10: 13

3) Carl Edwards Points: 762 Wins: 1 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 12

4) Kevin Harvick Points: 749 Wins: 2 Top 5: 6 Top 10: 12

5) Kyle Busch Points: 706 Wins: 3 Top 5: 10 Top 10: 14

Track Details Location: Bristol, Tenn. Shape: Oval Distance: 0.533 miles Turns / Straights: 36Âş / 16Âş Last Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pole Winner: Casey Mears Last Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Winner: Denny Hamlin

6) Matt Kenseth Points: 688 Wins: 4 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 11

7) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Points: 679 Wins: 0 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 12

8) Brad Keselowski

In the fall of 1969, Bristol Motor Speedway was reshaped and re-measured. The turns were banked at 36 degrees and it became a 0.533-mile oval, or the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fastest Half Mileâ&#x20AC;?. Improvements continued, bringing its current seating capacity to 160,000. The concrete racing surface is 40 feet wide with straightaways 650 feet long. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Racinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; the way it oughtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;a beâ&#x20AC;? is the slogan that this raceway uses because it is the shortest track with the highest banking which makes for exciting racing. In a series of national polls, Bristolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s August night race ranked ahead of the Daytona 500 and Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis as the overwhelming fan favorite.

Points: 667 Wins: 0 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 11

2013 Nationwide Series Driver 1) Sam Hornish Jr. 2) Elliott Sadler 3) Regan Smith 4) Austin Dillon 5) Brian Vickers 6) Justin Allgaier 7) Brian Scott 8) Trevor Bayne 9) Kyle Larson 10) Parker Kligerman

Racing News Juan Pablo Montoya, a ďŹ xture with Chip Ganassiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s race team since he left Formula One for NASCAR prior to the 2007 season, will not return to the No. 42 car next year. Montoya was informed that his contract with Earnhardt Ganassi Racing would not be renewed beyond this season. Ganassi ofďŹ cials declined to comment, given the team ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s policy of not speaking publicly on contract matters.

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9) Kurt Busch Points: 665 Wins: 0 Top 5: 6 Top 10: 11

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Points: 663 Wins: 1 Top 5: 3 Top 10: 9

a) Richard Petty b) Jack Smith

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Answer : b) Jack Smith won the inaugural event at BMS. However, Smith wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t in the driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seat when the race ended. Smith drove the ďŹ rst 290 laps then had to have Johnny Allen take over as his relief driver.

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Points: 659 Wins: 2 Top 5: 7 Top 10: 10

12) Martin Truex Jr. Points: 653 Wins: 1 Top 5: 5 Top 10: 9

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Church Brief Immanuel UCC ice cream social is August 25

The Immanuel UCC youth group will be hosting an ice cream social from 5-7 p.m. on August 25 in the UCC church basement in Latimer. Homemade ice cream, pie, beef burgers, baked beans, potato salad, chips, and drinks will be served. A free will offering will be accepted. All are welcome to attend!

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............................. LABOR DAY - NO SCHOOL ............................... 5 pm ............................................Varsity Volleyball at CAL• Triangular 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm ......................JV/V Cross Country at Webster City 5th Grade Band Rental Night (Middle School Band Room) 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 5 - 8 pm ............................ FR/JV Volleyball at West Fork • Triangular 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm .......................................... College Planning Night 5th Grade Band Rental Night (Middle School Band Room) 7:30 pm ......................................... FR/V Football at Iowa Falls-Alden 9 am - 4 pm ...... Varsity Volleyball at Vinton-Shellsburg • Tournament School Board Election 4:30 - 7:30 pm ......... Junior High Cross Country at Belmond-Klemme 4:30 - 8:30 pm ....................JV/V Cross Country at Belmond-Klemme 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6 - 9 pm .................................. FR/JV/V Volleyball at Bishop Garrigan 7:30 pm ............................................. FR/V Football vs New Hampton 9 am ................................... JV Volleyball at Mason City • Tournament 9 am .................. Varsity Volleyball at Belmond-Klemme • Tournament 4:15 - 7:15 pm ..............................7th Grade Volleyball vs Clear Lake 4:15 - 7:15 pm .............................. 8th Grade Volleyball at Clear Lake 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School 4 - 6 pm ........................................7th Grade Football at Eagle Grove 6 - 8 pm ........................................8th Grade Football at Eagle Grove 6 - 9 pm .......................................... FR/JV/V Volleyball vs Clear Lake 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:15 - 7:15 pm ..................... 7th Grade Volleyball at Iowa Falls-Alden 4:15 - 7:15 pm .................... 8th Grade Volleyball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 4:30 - 7:30 pm .................... Junior High Cross Country at Clear Lake 4:30 - 8 pm ....................................JV/V Cross Country at Clear Lake 6 - 9 pm .............................................FR/JV/V Volleyball at Humboldt .............NO SCHOOL - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT .............. 7:30 pm .......................................FR/V Football at Columbus Catholic 9 am - 5 pm ....... FR/JV Volleyball at Hampton-Dumont • Tournament 4:15 - 7:15 pm .............................7th Grade Volleyball at St. Edmond 4:15 - 7:15 pm ............................ 8th Grade Volleyball vs St. Edmond 5 - 8 pm ................................ Junior High Cross Country at Humboldt 5 - 8 pm ...........................................JV/V Cross Country at Humboldt 5:30 - 8:30 pm ......FR/JV Volleyball at Hampton-Dumont • Triangular 4:30 - 6:30 pm .............................7th Grade Football vs Webster City 4:30 - 7:30 pm ............................. 8th Grade Football at Webster City 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:15 - 7:15 pm .......................... 7th Grade Volleyball vs Webster City 4:15 - 7:15 pm ........................... 8th Grade Volleyball at Webster City 4:30 - 7:30 pm .............Junior High Cross Country at Central Springs 4:30 - 7:30 pm ....................... JV/V Cross Country at Central Springs 6 - 9 pm .................................FR/JV/V Volleyball vs Clarion-Goldfield 7:30 ................HOMECOMING Varsity Football vs Central Springs Bulldog Classic Golf Tournament (Athletic Department Fundraiser) 6 - 9 pm .................................. Freshman Football vs Central Springs

OCTOBER 1

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4:30 - 7 pm ............................ 7th Grade Football at Clarion-Goldfield 4:30 - 7:30 pm .......................8th Grade Football vs Clarion-Goldfield 6 - 10 pm ...............................................FR/JV/V Volleyball vs Algona 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:15 - 7:15 pm .................... 7th Grade Volleyball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 4:15 - 7:15 pm ................................ 8th Volleyball at Iowa Falls-Alden 4:30 - 7:30 pm ......... Junior High Cross Country at Hampton-Dumont ................................................................................. (Mayne’s Grove) 4:30 - 7:30 pm ....................JV/V Cross Country at Hampton-Dumont .................................................................................. (Mayne’s Grove) 6 - 10 pm ...................................... FR/JV/V Volleyball at Eagle Grove 7:30 pm .......................................................... FR/V Football at Osage 4:15 - 7:15 pm .....................7th Grade Volleyball at Clarion-Goldfield 4:15 - 7:15 pm .................... 8th Grade Volleyball vs Clarion-Goldfield 4:15 - 7:15 pm ........... 7th Grade Volleyball vs Aplington-Parkersburg 4:15 - 7:15 pm ............ 8th Grade Volleyball at Aplington-Parkersburg 4:30 - 7:30 pm ................................ 7th Grade Football vs Clear Lake 4:30 - 7:30 pm .................................8th Grade Football at Clear Lake 4:30 - 7:30 pm ......................Junior High Cross Country at Lake Mills 4:30 - 8:30 pm ................................ JV/V Cross Country at Lake Mills 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6 - 7:30 pm ...........FR/JV/V Volleyball vs Webster City (Senior Night) 7:30 pm ...............FR/V Football vs Union, La Porte City (Band Night) 5 - 7 pm .......................HDEA Soup Supper (High School Commons) 9 am - 8 pm ...... Varsity Volleyball at Hampton-Dumont • Tournament 4:15 - 7:15 pm ...........................7th Grade Volleyball vs Eagle Grove 4:15 - 7:15 pm ............................8th Grade Volleyball at Eagle Grove 6:30 - 9:30 pm ..... Junior Varsity Football vs Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 6 - 9 pm ......................... FR/JV Volleyball at Lake Mills • Tournament 4:30 - 7:30 pm ....................... 7th Grade Football at Iowa Falls-Alden 4:30 - 7:30 pm .......................8th Grade Football vs Iowa Falls-Alden 4:30 - 7:30 pm ...Junior High Cross Country at Eagle Grove (NCC Meet) 4:30 - 7:30 pm ........ JV/V Cross Country at NCC Meet (Eagle Grove) 6 - 10 pm ....................................... FR/JV/V Volleyball at St. Edmond 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:15 - 7:15 pm ........................... 7th Grade Volleyball at Webster City 4:15 - 7:15 pm .......................... 8th Grade Volleyball vs Webster City End of First Quarter 7:30 pm ........................................................FR/V Football at Waukon 9 am - 3 pm ..............Freshman Volleyball at Forest City • Invitational 9 am - 6 pm ................... Varsity Volleyball at Winterset • Tournament 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting 7 pm Fall Festival of Choirs (Grades 7-12) 4:30 - 7:30 pm ...................................7th Grade Football at Humboldt 4:30 - 7:30 pm .................................. 8th Grade Football vs Humboldt 6 - 10 pm ................................FR/JV/V Volleyball at Iowa Falls-Alden 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development Cross Country Qualifying Meet 7:30 pm .................. FR/V Football vs Clarion-Goldfield (Senior Night) All-State Music Festival Auditions at Hampton-Dumont 4:15 - 8 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences Regional Volleyball Tournament 4:15 - 8 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 1st Round Football Playoffs Regional Volleyball Tournament

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NOVEMBER 1

......................................NO SCHOOL................................................. State Cross Country Meet 2 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) 4 2nd Round Football Playoffs 5 Election Day Regional Volleyball Tournament 6 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 8 Quarterfinal Football Playoffs 9 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) 11 Women’s Basketball Practice Begins 12 State Volleyball 13 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development State Volleyball 14 Football Semifinals • State Volleyball 15 Football Semifinals • State Volleyball 7 - 10 pm Variety Show (CLW) 16 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) NCIBA Middle School Honor Band Football Semifinals 18 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School Wrestling and Men’s Basketball Practice Begins 20 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 21 State Football 8 am Opus Honor Choir and All-State Music Festival 22 5 - 6 pm Fall Harvest Dance (5th-6th Grade) 7 - 9 pm Fall Harvest Dance (7th-8th Grade) State Football 8 am Opus Honor Choir and All-State Music Festival 23 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) State Football 8 am Opus Honor Choir and All-State Music Festival 25 4:15 - 7:15 pm ................. 7th Grade Girls Basketball vs Eagle Grove 4:15 - 7:15 pm ..................8th Grade Girls Basketball at Eagle Grove 26 4:15 - 7:15 pm .................7th Grade Boys Basketball vs Eagle Grove 4:15 - 7:15 pm ................. 8th Grade Boys Basketball at Eagle Grove 27 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 28-29 .................NO SCHOOL - THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY ......................

DECEMBER 2

4:15 - 7:15 pm ...........7th Grade Girls Basketball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 4:15 - 7:15 pm ........... 8th Grade Girls Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden 3:45 - 5 pm ................................................. JV Basketball vs AGWSR 6:30 - 9:30 pm ................... Freshman Basketball at Clarion-Goldfield 6:15 - 7:45 pm ..................................... Varsity Basketball vs AGWSR 3 4:15 - 7:15 pm .........7th Grade Girls & Boys Basketball vs Aplington......................................................................................... Parkersburg 4:15 - 7:15 pm .............................. Junior High Wrestling at Humboldt 3:45 - 5 pm ............................................... JV Basketball vs Humboldt 6:15 - 7:45 pm ................................... Varsity Basketball vs Humboldt 4 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 5 4:15 - 7:15 pm .......... 7th Grade Boys Basketball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 4:15 - 7:15 pm ...........8th Grade Boys Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden 6:30 - 9:30 pm ........................................Financial Aid Planning Night 6:30 - 9:30 pm ....................................JV/V Wrestling at Webster City 6:30 - 9:30 pm .............................. Freshman Basketball vs Humboldt 6 4:15 - 7:15 pm ........... 7th Grade Girls Basketball at Clarion-Goldfield 4:15 - 7:15 pm .......... 8th Grade Girls Basketball vs Clarion-Goldfield 4:30 ................................................................JV Basketball at Algona 6:15 - 7:45 pm ........................................ Varsity Basketball at Algona 7 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) 10 am - 6 pm .......... Varsity Wrestling at Independence • Invitational NCIBA High School Jazz Band Contest 9 4:15 - 7:15 pm ..................7th Grade Girls Basketball vs Charles City 4:15 - 7:15 pm .................. 8th Grade Girls Basketball at Charles City 6:30 - 9:30 pm ...................Freshman Basketball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 7 - 9 pm Holiday Vocal Concert, grades 6-12 (CLW) 10 4:15 - 7:15 pm ......... 8th Grade Girls & Boys Basketball at Aplington......................................................................................... Parkersburg 4:30 pm .................................................. JV Basketball at St. Edmond 6:15 - 7:45 pm .................................Varsity Basketball at St. Edmond 11 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 12 6:30 - 9:30 pm ..............................Freshman Basketball at West Fork 6 - 10 pm ........................ JV/V Wrestling vs Clear Lake, Eagle Grove 13 4:15 - 7:15 pm .......... 7th Grade Boys Basketball at Clarion-Goldfield 4:15 - 7:15 pm ..........8th Grade Boys Basketball vs Clarion-Goldfield 4:15 - 7:15 pm ...................Junior High Wrestling at Clarion-Goldfield 3:45 - 5 pm ............................................. JV Basketball vs Clear Lake 6:15 - 7:45 pm ................................. Varsity Basketball vs Clear Lake 4:15 - 8:15 pm .......................... JV Wrestling at Algona • Tournament 14 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) 10 am ..... Varsity Wrestling at West Des Moines Valley • Tournament 3 - 4:30 pm ..................................... Varsity Basketball at North Butler 16 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting 4:15 - 7:15 pm .................... 7th Grade Girls Basketball at Clear Lake 4:15 - 7:15 pm ....................8th Grade Girls Basketball vs Clear Lake 6:30 - 9:30 pm ............................ Freshman Basketball vs Clear Lake 7 - 9 pm Holiday Instrumental Concert, grades 6-12 (CLW) 17 4:15 - 7:15 pm ................. Junior High Wrestling at Hampton-Dumont 3:45 - 5 pm ...........................................JV Basketball at Eagle Grove 6:15 - 7:45 pm ............................... Varsity Basketball at Eagle Grove 5:30 - 9 pm .................................JV/V Wrestling at Hampton-Dumont 18 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 19 4:15 - 7:15 pm ....................7th Grade Boys Basketball at Clear Lake 4:15 - 7:15 pm ................... 8th Grade Boys Basketball vs Clear Lake 6:30 - 9:30 pm ........................................ JV/V Wrestling vs Humboldt 20 2:15 pm Early Dismissal - End of First Semester 3:45 - 5 pm .................................... JV Basketball at Clarion-Goldfield 6:15 - 7:45 pm .........................Varsity Basketball at Clarion-Goldfield 5 pm ................................ JV Wrestling at Roland-Story • Tournament 21 Youth Basketball League (Franklin Wellness Center) 10 am ........................Varsity Wrestling at Roland-Story • Tournament 21-31 ........................NO SCHOOL - WINTER HOLIDAY BREAK ...............

JANUARY 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10

.................... NO SCHOOL- WINTER HOLIDAY BREAK ................... Classes Resume - Second Semester Begins 3:45 - 5 pm .........................................JV Basketball vs Webster City 6:15 - 7:45 pm .............................. Varsity Basketball vs Webster City 6:30 - 9:30 pm ......................... Freshman Basketball at Webster City 3:45 - 5 pm ...................................JV Basketball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 6:15 - 7:45 pm ........................ Varsity Basketball vs Iowa Falls-Alden 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6 - 10 pm ..................... JV/V Wrestling at Clear Lake, Eagle Grove 6:15 - 7:45 pm ......................... Varsity Basketball at Bishop Garrigan

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NCIBA High School Honor Band 10 am ........................JV/V Wrestling at Hampton-Dumont Invitational 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6:30 pm ........................................JV/V Wrestling vs Clarion-Goldfield 4:30 pm ......................................................JV Basketball at Humboldt 6:15 - 7:45 pm .................................... Varsity Basketball at Humboldt 9 am ...............................JV Wrestling at Independence • Tournament 10 am ........................Varsity Wrestling at South Hardin • Tournament .......... NO SCHOOL - MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY................. 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School 5 pm ..................................... JV Wrestling at West Fork • Tournament 6:30 pm ........................................Freshman Basketball at Clear Lake 3:45 - 5 pm ............................................JV Basketball vs St. Edmond 6:15 - 7:45 pm ................................ Varsity Basketball vs St. Edmond 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6 pm .........................JV/V Wrestling at Hampton-Dumont • Triangular 4:30 pm ....................................................JV Basketball at Clear Lake 6:15 - 7:45 pm .................................. Varsity Basketball at Clear Lake 10 am ........................Varsity Wrestling at North Central • Conference 11 am ........................................... Freshman Basketball vs West Fork 1 - 2:15 pm .............................................. JV Basketball vs West Fork 4 - 5:30 pm ........................................Varsity Basketball vs West Fork IHSMA High School Jazz Band Festival 6:30 pm .............................. Freshman Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden 4:30 pm .......................................... JV Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden 6:15 - 7:45 pm .........................Varsity Basketball at Iowa Falls-Alden 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6:30 pm ..........................................Freshman Basketball at Humboldt 6:30 pm ................................................ JV/V Wrestling at St. Edmond

FEBRUARY

1 3

10 am ....................................Varsity Wrestling at Roland-Story Duals IHSMA High School Show Choir Festival 6:30 pm .................................... Freshman Basketball vs Eagle Grove 4 3:45 - 5 pm .......................................... JV Basketball vs Eagle Grove 6:15 - 7:45 pm ...............................Varsity Basketball vs Eagle Grove 5 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 6 7 pm High School Vocal Pops Concert 7 3:45 - 5 pm ....................................JV Basketball vs Clarion-Goldfield 6:15 - 7:45 pm ........................ Varsity Basketball vs Clarion-Goldfield 8 NCIBA Middle School Jazz Band Clinic 9 am .................................................Freshman Basketball at AGWSR 10 6:30 am ....................................Freshman Basketball vs Webster City 11 7 pm Grades 4-5 Vocal Concert 4:30 ...................................................... JV Basketball at Webster City 6:15 - 7:45 pm ...............................Varsity Basketball at Webster City 12 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 13 3:45 - 5 pm ................................................... JV Basketball vs Algona 6:15 - 7:45 pm ........................................Varsity Basketball vs Algona 17 7 pm High School Instrumental Pops Concert 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School 18 12 - 8 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences 19 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 20 12 - 8 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences FFA Sub-District Contest at Aplington-Parkersburg 21 Dutchmaster Show Choir Invitational (Grades 7-8) 21-24 ...................... NO SCHOOL- MID WINTER BREAK .......................... 24 NC District Honor Choir (Grades 5-6) 26 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 27 7 pm Middle School Instrumental Pops Concert

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MAY 2

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18 19 24 26 29

1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 7 pm Middle School Vocal Spotlight Concert 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 7 pm Grades 2-3 Vocal Concert End of Third Quarter 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School High School Contest Solo Recital 3 pm ................................Varsity Girls Track at Wartburg • Invitational 4 pm ............................... Varsity Boys Track at Wartburg • Invitational 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 3 pm ......................... Varsity Girls Track at AD Dickinson • Invitational 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development IHSMA Solo/Small Ensemble Festival

APRIL 2 3 4 8

9 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 21 22

23 24 25

26 28

29

30

1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:15 pm ............JV/V Boys Golf at Aplington-Parkersburg • Triangular 5 pm ........................................JV/V Boys Track at Roland Story Meet Iowa Jazz Championships 4:30 pm ........................... JV/V Girls Track at Clear Lake • Invitational 5 pm ........................................... JV/V Boys Track at Umstead Relays 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:30 pm .......JV/V Girls Track at Hampton-Dumont Lady Bulldog Classic 4:30 pm .............................JV/V Boys Track at Clarion-Goldfield Meet 7 pm High School Spring Play 2 pm High School Spring Play 4:30 pm ...................................... JV/V Boys Track at Forest City Meet 4:30 pm ............................. JV/V Girls Track at Clarion Goldfield Meet 4:30 pm ...................................... JV/V Boys Track at Clear Lake Meet 4:30 pm ........................ JV/V Girls Golf vs Webster City • Conference 4:30 pm ........................ JV/V Boys Golf at Webster City • Conference 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 2:15 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development ........................... NO SCHOOL- GOOD FRIDAY ............................... 5 pm ..............JV/V Girls Track at Aplington-Parkersburg • Invitational 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School 4:30 pm ................JV/V Boys Track at Hampton Dumont • Invitational 4:30 pm ......JV/V Girls Track at Garner-Hayfield/Ventura • Invitational 4:30 pm ................. JV/V Girls Golf at Algona • Triangular Conference 4:30 pm ...................JV/V Boys Golf at Hampton-Dumont • Triangular 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 7 pm Grades K-1 Vocal Concert 5 pm .....................JV/V Girls Track at Belmond-Klemme • Invitational 4:30 pm ................... JV/V Boys Track at South Hamilton • Invitational 4:30 pm ...........................JV/V Girls Golf at St. Edmond • Conference 4:30 pm ......................... JV/V Boys Golf vs St. Edmond • Conference Adventureland-Drake Relays Festival of Bands 5 pm .................................. JV/V Girls Track at Humboldt • Invitational 4:30 pm .......................................Varsity Boys Track at Gilbert Relays 4:15 pm .....JV/V Girls Golf at Hampton-Dumont • Triangular Conference 5 pm ............................... JV Boys Track at South Hardin • Invitational 4:30 pm .....JV/V Girls Golf at Hampton-Dumont • Triangular Conference 4:30 pm ........................... JV/V Boys Golf at Eagle Grove • Triangular 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development

4:30 pm .......Varsity Girls & BoysTrack at Hampton-Dumont Bulldog Relays 4:30 pm .................. JV/V Girls Golf vs Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 4:30 pm .................. JV/V Boys Golf at Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 7 pm Nostalgia 4:30 pm .....Varsity Girls & Boys Track at Garner-Hayfield/Ventura • Invit. 7 pm Spring Sing (Grades 6-12) 4:30 pm .....JV/V Girls & Boys Golf at Bishop Garrigan • Triangular Conf. 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:30 pm ............Varsity Girls & Boys Track at Clear Lake • Invitational 4 pm .......................................... JV/V Boys Golf at Hawk • Invitational IHSMA Large Group Festival 9 am ...........Varsity Boys Golf at Hampton-Dumont • Invitational Meet 5 pm ..................JV/V Girls Track at North Central • Conference Meet 5 pm .................JV/V Boys Track vs North Central • Conference Meet 10 am .......... JV/V Girls & Boys Golf at North Central • Conference Meet 7 pm Cavalcade of Bands (Grades 5-12) 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development 4:30 pm .................................... JV/V Girls Golf at Waverly/Shell Rock 2 - 4 pm COMMENCEMENT 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School 1:45 pm Early Dismissal - Professional Development ........................... LAST DAY OF SCHOOL ......................................... 10:30 am Early Dismissal - End of Second Semester 5:30 pm ....................................... JV/V Baseball vs Belmond-Klemme 5:30 pm .....................JV/V Softball vs Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 5:30 pm ................................................... JV/V Baseball at Forest City 5:30 pm ......................JV/V Softball at Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 5:30 pm .........JV/V Softball vs Garner-Hayfield/Ventura • Conference 5:30 pm ............................. JV/V Baseball vs Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 5:30 pm ............................JV/V Softball vs Eagle Grove • Conference 5:30 pm ..........................JV/V Baseball vs Eagle Grove • Conference

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10 11

12 13

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MARCH 5 6 12 13 14 17

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20 21 23

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5:30 pm ..................................... JV/V Softball at Algona • Conference 5:30 pm ......................................................... JV/V Baseball at Algona 5:30 pm ................................ JV/V Softball vs Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm ...............................JV/V Baseball vs Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm ............................JV/V Softball at Webster City • Conference 5:30 pm .......................... JV/V Baseball at Webster City • Conference 10 am .......................... JV Softball at Hampton Dumont • Tournament 1 pm .............................................................. JV/V Baseball vs Osage 12 pm ........................... Freshman Softball at Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm ......................JV/V Softball vs Bishop Garrigan • Conference 12 pm ..........................Freshman Baseball at Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm ....................JV/V Baseball vs Bishop Garrigan • Conference 12 pm ................................................Freshman Softball vs West Fork 12 pm ..............................................Freshman Baseball vs West Fork 12 pm ............................ Freshman Softball vs Aplington-Parkersburg 5:30 pm .............................. JV/V Softball vs Clear Lake • Conference 5:30 pm .............................JV/V Baseball vs Clear Lake • Conference 5:30 pm ......................................................JV/V Baseball at Rockford 5:30 pm ..............................JV/V Softball at St. Edmond • Conference 12 pm ............................................. Freshman Baseball at Clear Lake 5:30 pm ............................JV/V Baseball at St. Edmond • Conference 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School 12 pm ...........................Freshman Softball vs Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm ......................JV/V Softball at Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 12 pm .........................Freshman Baseball vs Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm ....................JV/V Baseball at Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 12 pm ................ Freshman Softball at Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 12 pm .............. Freshman Baseball at Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 5:30 pm ..................... JV/V Softball vs Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 5:30 pm ................... JV/V Baseball vs Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 12 pm ...................... Freshman Softball at Webster City • Conference 12 pm ....................Freshman Baseball vs Webster City • Conference 5:30 pm ............................................JV/V Baseball at Central Springs 5:30 pm ..........................JV/V Baseball vs Eagle Grove • Conference 5:30 pm ............................JV/V Softball vs Eagle Grove • Conference 5:30 pm ......................... Varsity Softball vs North Butler • Tournament 12 pm ..............Freshman Baseball vs Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 12 pm ............... Freshman Softball vs Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 5:30 pm ...................................JV/V Baseball vs Algona • Conference 5:30 pm .....................................JV/V Softball vs Algona • Conference 5:30 pm .................................................... JV/V Baseball at West Fork 12 pm .......................Freshman Baseball vs Clear Lake • Conference 5:30 pm ............................... JV/V Baseball at Humboldt • Conference 5:30 pm .................................JV/V Softball at Humboldt • Conference 11 am ....................................Freshman Softball vs Newman Catholic 5:30 pm ........................................JV/V Baseball vs Nashua-Plainfield 5:30 pm ......................................... JV/V Softball vs Nashua-Plainfield 5:30 pm ......................... JV/V Baseball vs Webster City • Conference 5:30 pm ........................... JV/V Softball vs Webster City • Conference 5:30 pm ................... Varsity Softball at Hampton-Dumont • Triangular 12 pm .............................................. Freshman Baseball at West Fork 12 pm ................................................ Freshman Softball at West Fork 5:30 pm .....................JV/V Baseball at Bishop Garrigan • Conference 5:30 pm ...................... JV/V Softball at Bishop Garrigan • Conference

JULY 1 2 3

7

8 9 21

12 pm .................... Freshman Baseball at Webster City • Conference 12 pm ......................Freshman Softball vs Webster City • Conference 5:30 pm ............................. JV/V Baseball at Clear Lake • Conference 5:30 pm ...............................JV/V Softball at Clear Lake • Conference 11 am .................................... Freshman Softball at Newman Catholic 5:30 pm ........................... JV/V Baseball vs St. Edmond • Conference 5:30 pm .............................JV/V Softball vs St. Edmond • Conference 12 pm .............. Freshman Baseball at Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 12 pm ................Freshman Softball at Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 5:30 pm ................... JV/V Baseball vs Clarion-Goldfield • Conference 12 pm ..............Freshman Baseball vs Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 12 pm ................Freshman Softball vs Iowa Falls-Alden • Conference 5:30 pm ............................JV/V Baseball at St. Edmond • Conference 6 - 8 pm Board of Education Meeting - Middle School


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Kelley: From Page 1 ence. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m looking forward to getting to know the community, the people in the community and growing with this department,â&#x20AC;? he said. Kelley got his start in law enforcement in 1997 as a reserve GHSXW\ZLWKWKH&HUUR*RUGR&RXQW\ Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Department. He worked as a jailer for the county the following year, and later became Rockwellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s police chief for two years. In 2001, KHMRLQHGWKH)OR\G&RXQW\6KHULIIÂśV Department where he remained until taking the position here. Kelley currently lives in Nora Springs and makes the 72-mile round trip to Hampton each work day. He said heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s looking for new residence LQ WKH 6KHIÂżHOG DUHD ZLWK KLV ZLIH Debbie. The couple has three grown FKLOGUHQDQGÂżYHJUDQGFKLOGUHQ  Âł,JUHZXSLQWKH6KHIÂżHOG&KDSLQ school district, so Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m familiar with the area. I still have family here, too,â&#x20AC;? he said.  .HOOH\ H[SHFWHG D VPRRWK WUDQVLtion into his new role at Hampton. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been busy getting acquainted with local operations and policies, which differ slightly between each department, he said. Kelley felt his duties with the local unit wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be too drastic of a change compared

WR KLV ROG MRE LQ )OR\G &RXQW\ EXW noted a few differences. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At the county level, you spend a lot of time on things like court room security, assisting with the jail DQG VHUYLQJ SDSHUV´ KH H[SODLQHG â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll serve a few papers from the city every so often here, but not as much as I used to with the county.â&#x20AC;? Kelley joins two other fresh faces at the Hampton Police Department. )XOOWLPH 2IÂżFHU7LP 2OVHQ VWDUWHG LQ 0D\ DQG SDUWWLPH 2IÂżFHU 5LFN Whitney was hired in July and is scheduled to begin this month. Olsen LV FXUUHQWO\ LQ WKH FHUWLÂżFDWLRQ SURcess, however. He plans to attend the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy to earn full accreditation in January, according to Schaefer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re fully staffed as far as peoSOHEXWQRWDVIDUDVH[SHULHQFH´KH said.  .HOOH\ FRPHV IXOO\ FHUWLÂżHG DQG is ready to take on more duties once his orientation period was over. He ZHQWRQDIHZFDOOVLQKLVÂżUVWZHHN and spent time familiarizing himself with the city. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a great job opportunity KHUH´KHVDLGÂł%HLQJDSROLFHRIÂżcer gives you the opportunity to help people and thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something different every day.â&#x20AC;?

By Deb Eisentrager New Young Adult Chain Reaction by Simone Elkelesâ&#x20AC;ŚWhen he returns to Illinois and the gang culture on the south side of )DLUÂżHOG DIWHU VL[ \HDUV LQ &RORUDdo, high school senior Luis Fuentes, who dreams of becoming an astronaut, falls for a girl and enters a dark world after learning some disturbing news about his family. The Monstrumologist by Rick Yanceyâ&#x20AC;ŚAs an apprentice to a monster-hunting doctor in 1888, Will

SRSKDJXVD VXSSRVHGO\ H[WLQFW monster that feeds through teeth in its chest--and the two must race to stop it and its kind from consuming the world. Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkelesâ&#x20AC;Ś Living on the University RI &RORUDGR%RXOGHU FDPSXV ZLWK KLV ROGHU EURWKHU $OH[ D FROOHJH VWXGHQW DQG H[JDQJ PHPEHU KLJK VFKRROVHQLRU&DUORVLVQRWUHDG\WR give up his wild ways until he meets

Aug. 26, when candidates can ofÂżFLDOO\ EHJLQ WXUQLQJ LQ WKH SDSHUwork required to run for mayor or a council seat. The deadline for all applicants to turn in candidacy papers is 5 p.m. on Sept. 19. Robbi Stevens, deputy city clerk IRUWKH&LW\RI+DPSWRQVDLGFDQGLGDWHVQHHGWRWXUQLQÂżOOHGRXW6WDWH RI ,RZD $IÂżGDYLW RI &DQGLGDF\ Âą

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which must be notarized â&#x20AC;&#x201C; as well as a State of Iowa Nomination Petition. The petition requires a minimum of 25 signatures from registered voters. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not a percentage, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just 25 signatures from ward residents; because of our population,â&#x20AC;? Stevens said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We recommend they get 10 more signatures than required in the event someone who signs, they arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a registered voter.â&#x20AC;?

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ed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And other things, the community can step up and help. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to see more of.â&#x20AC;? Lukensmeyer said there are many important issues facing the city that KH LV H[FLWHG DERXW ZRUNLQJ RQ LI re-elected. Among those issues, he said at the forefront are the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s waste water treatment plant â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;&#x153;weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re just getting started on that,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and WKHQHHGWRÂż[FLW\VWUHHWVDQGPDLQtain infrastructure. Lukensmeyer also said the city QHHGV WR EH ÂżVFDOO\ UHVSRQVLEOH Âą something he guaranteed he would be an advocate for.  Âł:HKDYHOHVVPRQH\GXHWRWD[ changes,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So, we have to be even more cautious of how we spend our funds.â&#x20AC;?

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 $ WK &$5' 6+2:(5 for Betty Steding Sandrey )RUPHU &RXOWHU UHVLGHQW DQG current resident of Humboldt, Iowa, Betty Steding Sandrey will celebrate her 90th birthday on July 27th. Her family is requesting a card shower to honor her. Dumont Library Notes Please send cards to her home Henry and his boss are brought a a shy classmate named Kiara and herited roller rink in her hometown he decides to stay there or move on, at 709 11th Ave N; Humboldt, corpse entwined with an Anthro- becomes unwillingly involved in a so that she can quickly return to her D GHFLVLRQ WKDW LV LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFHG E\ KLV Iowa 50548 . drug ring. New Adult Fiction Between by Kerry Schaferâ&#x20AC;Ś When an emergency room patient ranting about dragons spontaneously combusts before her eyes, Vivian Maylor discovers that her visions of mythical beasts is real and is plunged into a world where the line between dream and reality is hard to distinguish and control. Skating Around the Law by Joelle &KDUERQQHDXÂŤ+RSLQJWRVHOODQLQ-

OLIH LQ &KLFDJR 5HEHFFD 5REELQV is shocked when she discovers a GHDGERG\DWWKHULQNDÂżQGLQJWKDW launches an investigation complicated by a handsome veterinarian, a former circus camel and her frisky grandfather. The Wanderer E\ 5RE\Q &DUUÂŤ :KHQ QHZFRPHU +HQU\ &RRSHU LQherits beachfront property in Thunder Point, Oregon, the fate of the entire small town rests on whether

growing attraction for Sarah Dupree. Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsellaâ&#x20AC;ŚAfter the worst day RI KHU OLIH (PPD &RUULJDQ VSLOOV her darkest secrets to a stranger on an airplane, but when he re-emerges in her life, she will have to face the things she said to him, and her growing feelings for him. Upcoming Events Aug. 22 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Movie Day for Adults featuring Smitty 1:00 Sept. 3 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Board Meeting 4:30

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4-H records due Aug. 30th

All completed Franklin County 4-H project records are due to the ([WHQVLRQ2IĂ&#x20AC;FH$XJXVW&RXQW\ Award Applications and Senior Overall records are also due to the RIĂ&#x20AC;FH RQ $XJXVW   -XQLRUV DQG Intermediates should turn in overall records to club leaders by August 31. 4-H members must complete and turn in at least one record to qualify as completing the 4-H year. Only those members completing the year will receive a year pin at the County Awards program in November. Jackie Dohlman, County Youth Coordinator is available on Wednesdays in August to help +¡HUV ZLWK TXHVWLRQV RQ Ă&#x20AC;OOLQJ out records. Members may also contact jackied@iastate.edu or 641456-4811 for an appointment. The )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ ([WHQVLRQ 2IĂ&#x20AC;FH is located at 3 First Ave. NW in +DPSWRQ2IĂ&#x20AC;FHKRXUVDUHDP to noon and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

as grain prices and input costs. They will hear why and how much land values have increased and potential factors leading to a â&#x20AC;&#x153;land bubbleâ&#x20AC;?. The potential impacts of the 2013 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Farm Billâ&#x20AC;? will be discussed along with the upcoming changes in the CSR ratings. These changes will impact property taxes and land values. The impact of farmers taking the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Prevented Plantingâ&#x20AC;? option due to weather conditions will also be discussed. A 100 page handbook is available to purchase for $10. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With the volatile grain markets and increasing input costs youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll want to attend this meeting to stay up to date on what is happeningâ&#x20AC;?, says Kelvin Leibold, ISUE Farm and Ag Business Management Specialist. This workshop is sponsored by Hampton State Bank and is free to attend. Any additional questions may be directed to the Franklin &RXQW\([WHQVLRQRIĂ&#x20AC;FHDW 4811.

Nutrient Farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; market management field day near winner Congratulations to Kathy Happel Woolstock and the winner of the market basket drawing held on Tuesday, August 6, Webster City to at the Franklin County Extensionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Market. Thanks to all that be held Aug. 27th took the time to register. Watch for

Iowa Learning Farms, along with Practical Farmers of Iowa and the Natural Resources Conservation 6HUYLFH ZLOO KRVW D Ă&#x20AC;HOG GD\ RQ Tuesday, Aug. 27, beginning at 4 p.m. 7KHĂ&#x20AC;HOGGD\ZLOOIRFXVRQVRLOKHDOWK using cover crops, reduced tillage and nutrient management in the Boone River Watershed. 7KH Ă&#x20AC;HOG GD\ ZLOO EH KHOG DW WZR VLWHV7KHĂ&#x20AC;UVWVLWHZLOOEHDWWKH$UOLVV Nielsen farm at 3150 Hancock Ave., Iowa State University Extensionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s QRUWKRI:RROVWRFN7KHĂ&#x20AC;HOGGD\ZLOO )UDQNOLQ &RXQW\ RIĂ&#x20AC;FH LV KRVWLQJ then move to the Larry Haren farm, a farmland leasing workshop Webster City, at 1387 Kendall Young Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 7 Road. The event is free and open to the public. p.m. Nutrient management will be the The meeting will be held in the focus at the Arliss Nielsen farm. downstairs community room of Wright County farmer Tim Smith Hampton State Bank. will discuss strip-tillage, cover crops Attendees will learn about current and bioreactors used in his farming land values and cash rental rates. operation. It is planned that Hagie The program will also discuss Manufacturing will have a nitrogen factors driving next yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rents such our next drawing later in August. Farmers Market is held every Tuesday and Friday from 5-7 p.m. at the Main Street Square, Hampton. For more information contact Barb Ristau at Franklin County Extension, 641-456-4811.

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Izabelle and Xander Mitchell Readers of the Week at the Hampton Public Library are Izabelle & Xander Mitchell, age 8 and 10 respectively. Izabelle and Xander are the children of Megan Murray. Izabelle loves to read about princesses and Xander enjoys laughing at Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester. Library Fun Fact: Fact or Fiction Fundraiser Fact: Hampton Public Library will soon be having a fundraising campaign. Fact: Safety of our young library patrons is a huge concern. Fact: Parking in front of the Library is limited. Fact: The street in front of the Library is very busy. Fact: The parking lot on the south of the Library is not the Libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parking lot. Fact: The vision of the Library Board, Staff, and Foundation is to utilize the purchased and donated property to the east of the Library to better serve every library patron. Fact: There are hopes and dreams for glorious changes in the near future of our Library. Fact: Coming soon there will be details of how you can help to make the vision of a safer, more accessible Library possible. Fiction: The Library has the funds to pursue these necessary changes. Please watch for news and join in the future of your Library.

toolbar/cover crop bar demonstration. Host Arliss Nielsen will share his experiences with no-till, nutrient management, a bioreactor, and drainage water management on his farm. Jim Gillespie, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, will provide information on the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy. 7KHĂ&#x20AC;HOGGD\ZLOOWKHQPRYHWRWKH Larry Haren farm site. Attendees will take an in-depth look at cover crops. Haren will share his success using cover crops on his farm. A PFI staff member will discuss fall cover crop seeding and growing cover crops for seed; with the possibility of an aerial seeding demonstration. Bruce Voigts and Emily Funk, Natural Resources Conservation Service, will discuss the SPAD chlorophyll meter and the Fieldprint Calculator tools for QXWULHQW PDQDJHPHQW 7KH Ă&#x20AC;HOG GD\ will conclude with a complimentary supper. Pivotal partners working together with the watershed residents to improve water quality in the Boone River Watershed include: CocaCola, The Nature Conservancy, Iowa Soybean Association, Walmart, Cargill, Monsanto, Iowa Corn Growers Association, EcoSystem Services Exchange, Agri-Drain Corp., Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship-Division of Soil Conservation, Wright and Hamilton Counties Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (USEPA section 319). The Arliss Nielsen farm is at 3150 Hancock Ave. From Woolstock, travel north on Hancock Ave. (gravel) PLOHV7KHĂ&#x20AC;HOGGD\VLWHLVDWWKH corner of Hancock Ave. and 315th Street. The Larry Haren site is located at 1387 Kendall Young Road, just outside northeast Webster City. From the Nielsen farm, follow R33 south to highway D20. Turn left (east) and go approximately 1.75 miles to Kantor Ave. Turn right (south) and travel to Kendall Young Road, turn right and go one mile to the Haren farmstead. Founded in 1985, Practical Farmers of Iowa is an open, supportive and diverse organization of farmers and friends of farmers, advancing SURĂ&#x20AC;WDEOH HFRORJLFDOO\ VRXQG DQG community-enhancing approaches to agriculture through farmer-to-farmer networking, farmer-led investigation and information sharing. Farmers in the PFI network produce corn, soybeans, beef cattle, hay, fruits and vegetables, and more. For additional information, call (515) 232-5661 or visit www.practicalfarmers.org. Iowa Learning Farms takes a grassroots approach offering innovative ways to help all Iowans have an active role in keeping our stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural resources healthy and not take them for granted. A goal of Iowa Learning Farms is to build a Culture of Conservation, encouraging the adoption of residue management and conservation practices. Farmers, researchers and ILF team members are working together to identify DQG LPSOHPHQW WKH EHVW LQĂ&#x20AC;HOG management practices that increase water and soil quality while remaining SURĂ&#x20AC;WDEOH )RU PRUH LQIRUPDWLRQ JR to: www.extension.iastate.edu/ilf. Iowa Learning Farms is a partnership between the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Iowa Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Iowa Department of Natural Resources (USEPA section 319); in cooperation with Conservation Districts of Iowa, the Iowa Farm Bureau and the Iowa Water Center.

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1649 Dorell Drive, HAMPTON - $124,900 206 East Street, LATIMER - $120,900 â&#x20AC;˘ 2 Bedrooms/ 2 baths/ 3 seasons room â&#x20AC;˘ 2 poss. 4 Bedrooms/ 2 baths/ 2 car att. garage â&#x20AC;˘ Master bedroom with large walk-in closet â&#x20AC;˘ Near Latimer golf course â&#x20AC;˘ Large eat-in kitchen with stove, refrigerator, â&#x20AC;˘ Finished lower level with bath dishwasher, washer & dryer all included â&#x20AC;˘ Plenty of storage

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SOW FARM TECHNICIAN Job sites located near Dows, Blairsburg, Clarion and Renwick 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&#x2021; $OOQHFHVVDU\WUDLQLQJDQGFHUWLĂ&#x20AC;FDWLRQV Â&#x2021; Base salary starting at $23,000 with potential for quarterly bonuses Â&#x2021; Eligibility to apply for the Manager In Training program after six months employment Â&#x2021; )XOOEHQHĂ&#x20AC;WVKHDOWKGHQWDOYLVLRQ(k), Flex spending Â&#x2021; Paid holidays, sick days and vacation Â&#x2021; Adventureland and Iowa State Fair Family Days Â&#x2021; Get hired and refer a friend â&#x20AC;&#x201D; we have a $1,560 Employee Referral Bonus! Apply online at www.iowaselect.comFDOORU VWRSE\6RXWK2DN6WUHHWLQ,RZD)DOOVWRFRPSOHWHDQDSSOLFDWLRQ

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Anniversaries

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Glenn and Edna Schnabel

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Glenn and Edna Schnabel were married August 22, 1948 at St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s UCC Church, in rural Geneva. An open card shower is planned for the couple and DIDPLO\GLQQHU&DUGVFDQEHVHQWWR/DUN$YH6KHI¿HOG7KH FHOHEUDWLRQZLOOEHKRVWHGE\WKHLUFKLOGUHQ/HVWHU (YD 6FKQDEHO6KHI¿HOG Rodger Schnabel, Hampton, Keith (Darla) Schnabel, Geneseo, IL, Justin &DURO 6FKQDEHO6KHI¿HOG7KH\KDYHJUDQGFKLOGUHQ

Dennis and Suzy Knipfel

Knipfel 30th

Dennis and Suzy Knipfel will be celebrating their 30th anniversary on August 26th7KHLUFKLOGUHQ6WHSK -RHO 0F:LOOLDPV+DPSWRQ'DQLHO Knipfel, Coon Rapids, and Joshua of Hampton. One granddaughter, Aubree McWilliams.

Alexander News By Loren Bier Last Thursday Pauline Arends and Marilyn Arends, of Des Moines, took a road trip to visit Beverly and Terry Benson in Rushford, Minnesota. Friday, Bob & Gloria Zangel, of Las Vegas, and Lynn Aldrich, of Rowan, stopped in Alexander to visit with Pauline Arends. Eugene and Mardell (Stadtlander) Jorgensen

Jorgensen 50th

Eugene and Mardell (Stadtlander) Jorgensen of Hampton invite you to an RSHQKRXVHIURP±SPRQ6DWXUGD\$XJXVWDWWKH7ULQLW\/XWKHUDQ &KXUFK+DPSWRQWRKHOSFHOHEUDWHWKHLUth anniversary. Eugene and Mardell were married August 31, 1963 at the First Reformed &KXUFKLQ0HVHUYH\7KH\KDYHWKUHHFKLOGUHQ'DUOD -RKQ *ULI¿WKV:HVW 'HV0RLQHV'RXJODV-RUJHQVHQ7KRUQWRQDQG'HDQQH 0DWW 6DOOHH+XGVRQ 7KH\ DOVR KDYH HLJKW JUDQGFKLOGUHQ (PPD  -DFRE *ULI¿WKV /LVD $QQH$ODQ 3DXOD-RUJHQVHQDQG0DGLVRQ .\OHH6DOOHH&DUGVPD\EH VHQWWR+HDWKHU$YH+DPSWRQ,$

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Darwin and Delores Winkowitsch

Winkowitsch 50th

Darwin and Delores (Dralle) Winkowitsch were united in marriage on 6HSWHPEHUDW6W-DPHV/XWKHUDQ&KXUFKLQ$OOLVRQ7KH\DUHWKH parents of three sons, Darren and Monica of Cedar Falls, Dave and Kathi of 5HLQEHFNDQG'RXJDQG.DUDRI0DQFKHVWHU7KH\KDYHEHHQEOHVVHGZLWK 28 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Please help us celebrate by attending an open house on Sunday afternoon, 6HSWHPEHUIURPWRSPDWWKH$OOLVRQ$09(76+DOO1RJLIWV please, just your presence to share in the fun and fellowship.

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Hampton Chronicle, August 21, 2013