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Smallwood receives two years probation Danielle DeAnn Smallwood — former Creston Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) treasurer who used approximately $23,000 from the PTO account for personal use between October 2010 and April 2013 — was sentenced Friday. Smallwood received two years probation after being found guilty of second-degree theft by misappropriation. Her probation will be served under the 5th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. Court documents show Small- Smallwood wood still owes Creston PTO just ■ She is still more than $2,000. Smallwood has required been ordered to make restitution to repay payments to the PTO until the or- Creston PTO about ganization is completely repaid. Smallwood is also required to $2,000. pay several fees and penalties including: $300 probation supervision fee, $750 civil penalty and $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. Smallwood must completely abstain from the consumption of alcoholic beverages and should refrain from entering establishments where alcoholic beverages are consumed. Smallwood must also abstain from unauthorized use of controlled substances, as well as several other probation requirements.

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Marine Cpl. Jesse Law, who wears a bracelet with the names of four friends who died fighting in Iraq, restores antique Harley-Davidsons in Waxahachie, Texas, near Fort Worth. He went into Iraq with the original 2003 invading force and had two subsequent deployments.

Iraq War veterans upset by al-Qaida gains WASHINGTON (MCT) — Marine Corps Cpl. Tireak Tulloch watched in dismay at the start of the New Year as al-Qaida-backed fighters swarmed into Fallujah, Ramadi and other parts of the Sunni Triangle where he and fellow Iraq veterans fought the war’s most decisive battles. Tulloch, now a network engineer with the Long Island Rail Road in Huntington, N.Y., feels most badly for the Iraqi troops left to defend the embattled territory in Sunni Muslim-dominated Anbar province west of Baghdad. “We were kind of in the big brother role,” Tulloch said. “Now your little brother is out there getting beat up, and big brother is not there to have his back. There’s a good amount of frustration that I have and the Marines I’ve talked with have. That inner Marine in all of us wants to throw our packs on, go back over there and take care of business.” Just over two years after the last U.S. combat platoons left the region, the Iraqi security forces they fought with and helped train are facing an offensive by insurgents linked to al-Qaida in areas that saw some of the worst American casualties of the war. Iraqi forces under the Shiite Muslim-led government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki are fighting Sunni extremists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, with the renewed violence in Anbar fanned by civil war in neighboring Syria. The al-Qaida rebel gains have left many American vets wondering whether the long U.S. military engagement in Iraq, in which 4,489 Americans died between March 2003 and December 2011, was worth it. Marine Cpl. Jesse Law, who wears a bracelet with the names of four friends who died fighting in Iraq, restores antique HarleyDavidsons in Waxahachie, Texas, near Fort Worth. He went into

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out before the job was done.Whatever our stated goal was over there, which was a bit unclear, we didn’t accomplish what we set out to accomplish.”

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Andrew van Wey is an Iraq war veteran who served as a Marine in Fallujah during 2004. He keeps a small bottle of sand from Husaybah, Iraq, located in the Al Anbar Province, on his mantle, Thursday.

Iraq with the original 2003 invading force and had two subsequent deployments. In his second stint, for seven months in 2004 and 2005, he led foot patrols in the Anbar town of AlQaim, hard on the Syria border over which hundreds of al-Qaida-linked warriors have flooded into Iraq in recent weeks. “I feel like we pulled out before the job was done,” Law said. “Whatever our stated goal was over there, which was a bit unclear, we didn’t accomplish what we set out to accomplish.” Staff Sgt. Damian Musante was among 400 Marines who fought in the Third Battle of Fallujah, where

22 Americans died and 331 were wounded in the second half of 2006. “I fully expected it to fall again. I’m surprised it took this long. It was Indian country as soon as we were leaving,” Musante said, using the military slang for enemy territory. Eight of the 23 members of Musante’s platoon suffered serious wounds. He was point man on a rifle squad that went house to house in search of high-value targets, delivering “hard knocks” that battered down doors and walls. “I think we were creating insurgents faster than we were killing them,” said Musante, who works at a power plant in Los Angeles County. “Being in somebody else’s country illegally and then breaking (stuff) kind of pisses people off.” In October 2004, a sniper shot Marine Staff Sgt. Todd Bowers in the left side of his face as he was helping residents leave Fallujah in advance of the U.S.-led Operation Phantom Fury. For almost seven weeks in November and December, more than 13,000 U.S., Iraqi and British troops clashed with nearly 4,000 insurgents in the Second Battle of Fallujah. That conflict, which saw the heaviest urban combat for Americans since the Vietnam War, left

The Creston Chamber of Commerce and Creston Police Department are warning area businesses to take extra precautions because of recent burglaries to several commercial buildings in Union County. According to Creston Police Chief Paul Ver Meer, the Montgomery Street Pub, Cenex Harvest States (CHS), SheNae’s, and J and J Plumbing BREAK-INS and Heating have reported property damage and stolen have been reported at The money recently. The property damage in- Pub, She-Nae’s, cluded broken windows and Cenex Harvest doors to gain access to the States (CHS), building. The burglaries are occurring in the early morn- and J and J Plumbing and ing hours. If a business or individual Heating suspects a break-in, Ver Meer said to call the police immediately. He added it is best to not touch or move anything. “When an officer gets there, we will document the scene,” Ver Meer said. Ellen Gerharz, executive director at the Creston Chamber of Commerce, said it is best if businesses do not leave valuables or large sums of money inside the business over night. “Make sure you have good locks on your doors,” Ver Meer said. “And if you have an alarm system, make sure it is working properly.”

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Deaths Jodene Schuster Clearfield

Jodene Schuster, 87, of Clearfield died Jan. 19, 2014, at Greater Regional Hospice Home in Creston. M e m o - Schuster rial services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, at the United Methodist Church in Clearfield. The Rev. Shurmaine McAlpine will officiate. Visitation will be 2 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday with family present 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the church. Watson-Armstrong Funeral Home, Clearfield, is in charge of the arrangements. Memorials will be determined at a later date. Online condolences may be left at watsonarmstrongfh.com. Jodene Laverne Schuster, daughter of Honey and Ralph Schuster, was born July 29, 1926, in Athelstan. Jodene attended school in Blockton and Maloy. She graduated from Maloy in 1942. On May 10, 1946, Jodene married Elton Bruce Brown.

Helen Rectenbaugh Des Moines

Helen M. Rectenbaugh, 88, of Des Moines died Dec. 23, 2013, in Des Moines. A memorial service will be Rectenbaugh held later this year in Fontanelle. Steen Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www. steenfunerals.com. Helen M. Rectenbaugh, daughter of Elsie (Popp) and Louis Rectenbaugh, was born Feb. 6, 1925, in Adair County. Helen graduated from Bridgewater-Fontanelle

They moved to Clearfield. In 1960, they purchased their present day farm two miles north of Clearfield. Jodene is survived by her daughter Marilyn (husband Steve) Maltzahn of Creston, their daughter Traci (husband Mike) Tamerius and children Jessica of Greenfield and Alex of Creston; daughter Carolyn Nelson (friend Steve) of Clearfield, Carolyn’s daughter Dana (husband Eric) Snyder and their children Megan and Kyle of Grimes; Carolyn’s son Danny (wife Shannon) Nelson and their children Ethan and Xander of Ankeny; son Jerry (wife Sheila) Brown of Clearfield and their son Brooks Brown (friend Tori) of Clearfield and their daughter Amber (husband Ben) Rikkels and their children Quentin and Kenzi of Ankeny; brotherin-law Laverne Brown; sisters-in-law, Annabell Brown and Bernice Brown; cousin Bobbie Rood of Vancouver, Wash.; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Jodene was preceded in death by her husband Elton in 1999; parents; Elton’s parents, Allie and Hazel Brown; brothers-in-law, Kenneth, Rex, Joe and Dolan; and sisters-in-law, Maona, Mildred and Virginia. High School in 1942. Helen worked as a dude ranch cook and beautician before working as a telephone operator for Northwestern Bell, retiring after 35 years. She then worked part time for many years at Thrasher’s Hardware store. Helen is survived by her nieces, Julie (Keith) Armstrong and Karen (Mark) Neff; nephew Mark Rectenbaugh; great-nieces, Meagan Rectenbaugh, Michelle (Kevin) Harrell, Jordan Armstrong and Chelsea Armstrong; greatnephews, Michael Rectenbaugh, Christopher Neff, Noah Armstrong and Jonas Armstrong; and great-greatnephew Liam Harrell. Helen was preceded in death by her parents and brother John C. Rectenbaugh.

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Alvus “Al” West, 79, of Prescott died Jan. 20, 2014, at his home in Prescott. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. West Sunday, Jan. 26, at Powers Funeral Home, junction of highways 34 and 25, Creston. Mary O’Riley will officiate. Burial will be in Iowa Veterans Cemetery at a later date. Al donated his body to the Nebraska Medical Center for medical students. Visitation with family present will be noon to 2 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Flag presentation will be conducted by Theodore J. Martens Creston VFW Post No. 1797. Memorials may be given to Hospice of Southwest Iowa. Online condolences may be left at www.powersfh.com. Alvus Marvin West, son of Leota Marie (Howard) and Charles Elmer West, was born Jan. 23, 1934, in Montgomery County. Al graduated from the Corning in 1953. He later enlisted into the United States Air Force as part of the maintenance department and served from December 1953 to August 1956. On Aug. 6, 1955, Al married LaVerne Whittle in Superior, Wis. Al worked for the UnionPacific Railroad in Iowa.

After leaving the military, Al worked for Hughes Air Craft for 12 years in California, Idaho and New Mexico. Al and LaVerne were later divorced. Al spent eight years working for Atlantic Research in El Segundo, Calif. On July 14, 1975, Al married Sharon Lee (Swenson) Melville at Salem Church in Lenox. They moved to Prescott where he opened his own auto repair shop, retiring in 1996. Al was a member of the volunteer fire department in both California and Prescott, where he served as chief for a year. Al is survived by his wife Sharon West of Prescott; daughters, LaVerne Reneé Fuller of Denver, Colo., Patricia Ann (husband Keith) Kendall of Burnsville, Minn., Melissa (husband Roger) Baker of Creston, Lauri (husband Alan) Buckert of Mount Pleasant and Kris (husband Terry) Gillispie of Boise, Idaho; daughterin-law Donna West of Hamilton, Texas; son Keith Lynn West of Kettle Falls, Wash.; brothers, Lee (wife Gloria) West of Weatherford, Texas, and Dennis (wife Cindy) West of Council Bluffs; sister Erma (husband Marvin) Fuller of Corning, 21 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Al was preceded in death by his parents; sons, Allen West and Kevin West; and nephews, Brett Schafer, Ryan Price and Dane, Sean and Daniel West.

Bonnie Marcella Schmitz Bonnie Marcella Schmitz, age 84, died at home on January 16, 2014. Bonnie was born on February 16, Schmitz 1929 to Josephine Bell Havenhill Lemon and Thomas Bert Lemon in Mason City, Iowa. She is survived by her husband of 69 years, Kenneth Wilden Schmitz of Murray, Iowa; daughters, Trudy Field of Des Moines, Janet (Alan) Wildrick of Bondurant, Becky (Jerry) Olson of Murray, and Babby Schmitz of Bondurant; 8 grandchildren, Scott Field of Des Moines, Shawn Field of Des Moines, Kim (Jeff) Tucker of Bondurant, Stacy Wildrick (Bill) Beukema of Clive, Kristin Peters of Bondurant, Jennifer (Michael) Westlake of Des Moines, Jacob (Rose) Olson of Thayer, Iowa, and Whitney (Ian) Tibboel of Bondurant; 9 great-grandchildren; close friends, Alice Feuerhelm and Jeannie Howard, as well as many nieces, nephews and dear friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, 7 brothers and sisters; 2 great-grandsons, Damon Olson and Jared Peters; and her lifelong friend, Ann Pe-

terson of Mason City, Iowa. The family would like to thank Dr. Steven Elg, as well as nurses Kathy Korinko and Ruth Payan for their loving care of Bonnie during her illness. They also want to thank the doctors and staff at John Stoddard Cancer Center and the Greater Regional Hospice of Creston for their support and care of Bonnie and her family. Bonnie had a strong faith in God, and it was this faith that sustained her through the ups and downs of her life. She was active in social and political groups earlier in her life, but it was the love of her life, Kenneth, and her family that was her biggest joy in her later years. She loved nothing more than going to family outings, meeting for lunch, or just having family around the table to talk, laugh and play games. She will be remembered for her love, joy and positive outlook on life. Funeral services will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at Hamilton’s Altoona Funeral Home, 105 4th Street SW in Altoona, with burial to follow at Bondurant Cemetery. The family will greet friends Tuesday evening from 5 to 7 p.m., at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be directed to the family in loving memory of Bonnie. Condolences for the family may be offered online at: www.HamiltonsFuneralHome.com.

Marines who fought there, Bowers was distraught to see al-Qaida militants seize the town and the nearby provincial capital of Ramada on Jan. 3. But he believes that Iraqi government forces will eventually prevail. “Faith is one of the few things you have in your ammo pouch that keeps you going,”

said Bowers, who now advises nonprofit veterans’ groups in Washington. “I do have faith that the Iraqi forces are going to be able to deal with them in

the right way.” —————— 2014 McClatchy Washington Bureau MCT Information Services

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107 U.S. and allied troops dead and more than 600 wounded. The offensive retook the Sunni stronghold from insurgents, who had forced U.S.-led forces to retreat from the city in April 2004 during the First Battle of Fallujah. Like many of his fellow

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OPINION Do you want your hand slapped?

I started in the newspaper business seven years ago working for a successful weekly newspaper in southwest Missouri. That newspaper was led by editor Donna Osborn — a shorthaired, sharply-dressed woman who placed a strong emphasis on “watchdog journalism.” But, Donna would be just the first female editor I would work for. I — and all my belongings —returned to Creston in a small, white U-Haul five years ago to work at this newspaper for Stephani Finley.

In Transit Kyle Wilson staff writer

In those five years, I’ve come to learn a few things from and about Stephani. Like: • Finding the words “over” or “due to” anywhere in your copy will make her very unhappy. The use of those words in most cases

gets a reaction of “do you want your hand slapped?” That lesson has rubbed off on me enough I can’t hardly stomach listening to car dealership commercials anymore because of their excessive use of the word “over.” • Staff is required to be timely. No excuses. • She dislikes “jumbo” paper clips. This is something young “green” reporters pick up very early working at the Creston News Advertiser. Don’t use “jumbo” paper clips, clippies or staples when

submitting copy or cutlines. Use regular 1-inch paper clips. Watching her train new reporters on her preferred paperclip size, as well as her opinions about “men” and “friggn volleyball” have provided me with much laughter in the past half decade. • She’s a great source of information in both your professional and personal life. I’ve spent significant time — especially in the past two years — sitting in her old, blue office chair garnering advice on topics like wedding planning,

home buying and home repairs. Truly, thank you for the free advice Stephani. Many of you know already, Stephani is retiring Jan. 31 after 16 years with the Creston News Advertiser. She will be missed in our newsroom, but not forgotten. As you can tell, many of her lessons are cemented in our brains. For the public and CNA staff, an open house is planned for her 1 p.m. Jan. 30 at the News Advertiser. Please attend and wish her the best in her retirement.

Mars One is a Dutch company taking applications HOLLYWOOD — God bless America, and how’s everybody? NBC began promoting Jimmy Fallon’s debut as the Tonight Show host next month. The network gave Jay Leno fifteen million not to host the show after they gave Conan thirty million not to host the show. If NBC wants to save some money, I won’t host it for five million. France’s president Hollande said he will choose between his girlfriend and his mistress before they fly to the U.S. for a White House sleepover in February. A French romance is a lot like the calorie content in pizza or movie popcorn. Too many questions just spoil the fun. The Social Security Administration reported Friday eleven million Americans collect disability. What’s happened to this country. Fifty years ago, the most popular ride at the amusement park was bumper cars, and today it’s the most popular ride at the grocery store. Mars One is a Dutch company taking applications for volunteers willing to fly to Mars and live on a colony. They’d live in a protected bubble and pay no rent, and be provided free food and free drink.

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Americans have been training for this mission since the New Deal. President Obama addressed a secret meeting of NSA officials Friday about foreign and domestic spying. He told them after talking it over with advisors, he’s decided to place limits on the NSA’s telephone surveillance program. The NSA officials said they already knew. Senator Lindsay Graham sponsored a bill authorizing HHS to grant federal money to schools that offer sexual abstinence programs. Nothing permanent. Republicans would never suggest that an adult woman die a virgin, there are terrorists up there waiting for you. Afghanistan’s parliament banned smoking in government buildings and restaurants and bars Friday. You must smoke outside. There aren’t a lot of health benefits to smoking, but not being inside the pub when a drone crashes through the roof has got to be one of them.

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Letter to the editor

What Creston has to offer From Jim Stalker Creston

Sad to see that businesses are closing in Creston, but sometimes that opens a door to new business. One such type that I’ve become more familiar with is antiques. We’ve drawn people from across the state and Nebraska because that’s what they do in their retirement years. If Creston had at least five more antique stores, we could become a destination point for these antiquers. The smaller town of Walnut envisioned that with their limited store fronts they could become a destination point for antique hunters, and they have accomplished that feat. Creston could do that also. But Creston is in a position to take it further, because we already

have our support businesses in place; places to eat, stay over, and fuel up, as well as unique stores to shop in. Quilters already come here by the bus load. And, lest you’ve forgotten, in the wake of electronic books, we have one of the last remaining new and used bookstores in the state, perhaps the world. History? Think about it. A restored post office turned into a state-of-the-art scrapbooking store. The old power plant, where they originally produced electricity for the area, converted into a home development store. The restored Depot could provide hours of “watch” entertainment for the multiple trains running through town. (Although the deaf might enjoy it even more.) There are rail fans everywhere. We need to point

out our attractions to them. We are bubbling over with history. Most of the exciting buildings downtown have a story to tell. We are ripe for filling our empty buildings with antiques. If Walnut can do it, so can we. We have the potential with so many other drawing cards, the lakes, our hospital facilities, and yes, even Walmart, the theater, Southwestern College, unique restaurants, well, the list goes on and on. I didn’t even mention the unique restaurants in Afton, Orient and Diagonal, just a short drive away. As I look back on what I’ve written above, I realize what a great place we live in and hesitate, if it weren’t that the downtown needs a little tweaking, to even tell you about it.

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Engagement write-up policies

Leola Hawthorne

Doug Williamson

John Shinkle

Hawthorne card shower planned

Williamson card shower planned

Shinkle card shower planned

The family of Leola Hawthorne is hosting a card shower in honor of her 98th birthday Jan. 29. Cards may be sent to her at 612 Grand Ave., Apt. X3, Creston, IA 50801.

The family of Doug Williamson is hosting a card shower in honor of his 60th birthday Jan. 22. Cards may be sent to him at 611 S. Birch St., Creston, IA 50801.

In order to be published on the People page, at least one of the couple in engagement announcements must currently live or have previously lived within the Creston News Advertiser coverage area. All people mentioned, must include first and last names. Deadline for Tuesday

The family of John Shinkle is hosting a card shower in honor of his 75th birthday Jan. 29. Cards may be sent to him at 3325 Kent Ave., Orient, IA 50858.

Wedding write-up policies

Lila Jean McDaniel

McDaniel baby shower planned

A meet-and-greet baby shower for Lila Jean McDaniel, daughter of Brian and Rachael McDaniel, will be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 2 at Orient United Methodist Church. Lila was born Dec. 19. All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

In order to be published in the CNA, at least one person in wedding announcements must currently live or have previously (within 20 years) lived within the Creston News Advertiser five-county area. This applies to any individual announcement or press release submitted for all news sections of the paper. All people mentioned, must include first and last names. All charges associated with announcements must be paid before they will be published. To be published in their entirety, wedding stories should be received no later than two months after the wedding ceremony for publication on Tuesdays only. Wedding announcements will not be printed after six

months. Deadline for Tuesday publication of photos and dated information is the preceding Friday. Wedding and engagement forms are available online at www.crestonnews.com or at the Creston News Advertiser office. The CNA reserves the right to edit stories as submitted for publication. Articles may be submitted online at www.crestonnews. com, e-mailed to news@crestonnews.com, faxed to (641) 782-6628, mailed to Creston News Advertiser, P.O. Box 126, Creston, IA 50801, or dropped off at 503 W. Adams St. For additional info, please call, 782-2141, ext. 234.

publication of photos and dated information is the preceding Friday. Wedding and engagement forms are available online at www.crestonnews.com or at the CNA office. Any fees must be paid in advance of publication. The CNA reserves the right to edit stories as submitted for publication.

Articles may be submitted online at www.crestonnews. com, e-mailed to news@crestonnews.com, faxed to 641 782-6628, mailed to Creston News Advertiser, P.O. Box 126, Creston, IA 50801, or dropped off at 503 W. Adams St. For additional information, contact the newsroom assistant, 782-2141, ext. 234.

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Tale of two halves for Panther girls By SCOTT VICKER

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OSCEOLA — It took the Creston girls basketball team 23 minutes and 54 seconds to finally take a lead in its game against Clarke here Monday. Better late than never, though. After taking its first lead just before the end of the third quarter, the Panthers went on to secure a 45-43 win over the Lady Indians for their second straight win. The way things went for the Panthers in the first half, a victory seemed improbable. “I don’t know if you can play any worse than we did in the first half,” Creston head coach Larry McNutt said. “We just were really bad the first half. We didn’t do what the game plan was and I thought our effort wasn’t very good.” Clarke started the game on a 10-2 run, and held a 16-10 lead after one quarter as Carley Robins hit a 3-pointer just

before the horn. The lead ballooned to 3019 in the second quarter when Robins hit Libby Bemis for a layup. But, Creston sophomore Taylor Briley hit a jumper from the wing to send the Panthers into the half trailing 30-21. Briley netted 10 points in the first half, knocking down four jumpers from the wing and getting a steal and Briley converting it into a layup. “I would hate to know what the score would have been at halftime if Taylor hadn’t made some shots for us,” McNutt said. “She did a good job on that ball reversal of getting inside the 3-point line and getting 15, 17-footers. That’s the type of shots we need to have. She did a good job there.”

Comeback The Panthers came storm-

ing out of the gates in the second half, however and quickly cut the Clarke lead to 30-27 thanks to layups from Natalie Mostek and Briley. After a Mostek jumper and layup, the margin was cut to 32-31 with 3:10 left in the third. Following a Clarke timeout, the Lady Indians quickly made it 36-31. But, the Panthers went on another minirun, finally taking their first lead on a Jenna Taylor jumper with :06 left in the quarter. “I talked about having heart and said we’ll find out if we have heart,” McNutt said. “I’d say we have a lot of heart. We came back and got some steals second half. It was a nice team effort the second half.” CNA photo by SCOTT VICKER Bemis got a basket to start Creston sophomore Camryn Somers shoots over the defense of Clarke’s Libby Bemis the fourth quarter, giving during the first half of Creston’s 45-43 win over the Lady Indians on Monday. Somers Clarke a 38-37 lead, but it was finished with six points and a team-high nine rebounds in the win. the last lead of the night for the Lady Indians. recorded a team-high nine offensive rebounds,” McNutt second half of getting in posiCamryn Somers had a pair rebounds, four of which were said. “We were trying to jump tion to get rebounds, and that of offensive rebounds for put- offensive boards. over their backs and we’re backs down the stretch, both Please see “We talked about at half- not going to get rebounds that times breaking a tie. Somers time, nobody was trying to get way. Camryn did a good job PANTHERS, page 8A

Panthers race past Clarinda, 67-53 By LARRY PETERSON CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews.com

Monday was a good day for the Creston boys basketball team. On a day when Creston got a favorable district tournament draw from the Iowa High School Athletic Association, the Panthers had a good shooting night in picking up a 67-53 conference victory here over Clarinda. Jay Wolfe broke out of a minislump offensively with 24 points, including four 3-pointers, and Alex Wolfe Nielsen likewise got back on track with a 17-point performance. Brandon Phipps added 10 points off the bench. The Panthers cruised in the second half after opening up a 44-27 halftime lead over the Cardinals who fell to 4-9 over-

all and 1-6 in the Hawkeye 10. Creston moved into a fourthplace tie with Glenwood at 4-2 in league play, and 6-6 overall. “We ran a lot better tonight,” said Panther coach Billy Hiatt. “We had a little bit of a lead and they were shooting with confidence. That helps.” Clarinda guards Jett Kettwick and Troy Aldrich combined for seven 3-pointers as outside shooting kept the Cardinals in it for much of the first half. They were defended much tighter in the second half. “Clarinda’s guards can shoot the ball and they hit some deep ones on us tonight,” Hiatt said. “We tried to get up in them and pressure them. In the first half we weren’t up on them as much because in our last game they were calling so many touch fouls.” The IHSAA pairings for Class 3A assigned Creston to District 16 along with Atlantic, Glenwood and Winterset. That district is paired with

District 15 in substate play, which includes third-ranked Harlan (11-1), which owns a 58-49 victory over Creston. The teams meet again Feb. 18 in Creston. That district also includes Denison-Schleswig, which has two narrow victories over the Panthers, along with ADM and Perry. Creston beat ADM 70-61 at Wells Fargo Arena. Hiatt says his team, which opened the season with four straight wins before going 2-6 so far in the seeding period (games five through 15), has a legitimate shot at emerging from District 16 for a substate berth. The Panthers have defeated Atlantic 43-39 and beat Glenwood 62-53, with second meetings coming up against both squads. The Panthers get their first look at Winterset at home at 5 p.m. Saturday, one night after traveling to new Hawkeye 10 Conference member Council Bluffs St. Please see BOYS, page 8A

Spartan men fall to NIACC By SCOTT VICKER

CNA sports editor • svicker@crestonnews.com

The Southwestern men struggled to deal with NIACC’s defensive pressure in the first half here on Saturday, as the Trojans built a 4926 halftime lead en route to a 90-56 win over the Spartans. “They’ve been playing really well,” Southwestern head coach Mike Holmes

said about NIACC. “They have some long guards. We’ve been playing a lot of dribble attack teams, so our defense has been more geared toward pinching in the lane. We knew we were going to have to get extended against them. That’s not the greatest thing for us, because it leaves our interior exposed.” Still, much of the damage done to the Spartans

came from NIACC’s talented guard play. David Humphries scored 30 points and Sam Skogen added 16 for the Trojans. “The beginning of the game, we didn’t handle the press very well,” Holmes said. “We spotted them too many tunrovers and runouts. We just never really asserted Please see MEN, page 8A

No. 1 NIACC rolls, 104-49 By LARRY PETERSON

CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews.com

Behind Alexis BoydLockett’s 22 points, the No. 1-rated NIACC women’s basketball team rolled past Southwestern 104-49 on Sunday. Boyd-Lockett connected on five 3-pointers for the Lady Trojans, which led 5620 at the half. NIACC improved to 17-2

overall and 6-0 in the ICCAC Division II league. Six NIACC players scored in double figures. SWCC fell to 3-14 and 1-5. “They have a lot of depth and they shot the ball well,” SWCC coach Addae Houston said. “Our game plan was to try to stop their dribble penetration and contest their 3-point shooters the best that we could. Boyd-Lockett hit four threes in the first half. It was not a good half for us. I think we had 25 turnovers.”

Morgan Knorr scored 12 points to lead the Spartans, who face a similar task Wednesday in a road trip to fourth-ranked Kirkwood (16-3, 5-1 tied for second with Iowa Central). “We’re in a real tough stretch right now,” Houston said, “but we can still work on things to prepare, and we can play better than we did in this game.” Please see WOMEN, page 8A

Panthers sweep home tournament By SCOTT VICKER

CNA sports editor • svicker@crestonnews.com

CNA photo by SCOTT VICKER

Blake Eddy of Creston/Orient-Macksburg releases a shot during Saturday’s Panther Tournament at Panther Lanes, while Devon Eddy (background) approaches the lane. Blake Eddy finished with the second-best score of the day in the individual competition with his score of 403. Devon Eddy was third in the individual girls competition, totaling 337. Both Panther teams claimed the team titles.

The Creston/OrientMacksburg bowling teams swept the team titles here Saturday at the home Panther Tournament, both rolling to big wins. The Panther boys picked up a 435-pin win over second-place Central Decatur in an otherwise tight competition. Meanwhile, the Creston/O-M girls notched a 579-pin win over secondplace Mount Ayr, sweeping the top six individual placings in the process. “It was a very rewarding day Saturday a the Panther Tournament,” head coach Ron Pendegraft said. “Both boys and girls teams came away with wins and in the individual competition, the girls swept the top six places.” Charley Parcher led the way for the Panther girls, posting the high twogame score of the day at 364. M a d i s o n Parcher Hance had the high single game score of the day at 191, as she finished with a total score of

349. Devon Eddy placed third with her score of 337, followed by Jenna Hayes in fourth at 314. Aly Downey rounded out the team scoring with her score of 303 for fifth place, and though not scoring for the Panthers, Ashley Knipfer placed sixth overall with her two-game score of 274. In the girls team competition, Mount Ayr edged Lenox by just three pins for second place. Nodaway Valley finished fourth.

Boys The Panther boys placed second, third and fifth in the individual competition, led by Blake Eddy’s two-game score of 403. Eddy also recorded the high single game of the day with his score of 224. Nathan Harrah of Central Decatur took top individual honors with his score of 426. Chantz Davidson placed third with his score of 388, followed by Mount Ayr’s Ty Pollock in fourth at 373. Creston/O-M’s Brett Cheers was fifth with his score of 320 and Mount Ayr’s Blake Roberts rounded out the individual top six at 314. Central Decatur finished 31 pins ahead of Mount Ayr for third in the team competition, while Lenox was just

19 pins back of the Raiders. “Team wise, both teams made improvements from scores over the past couple of weeks,” Pendegraft said. “The girls keep getting better every meet and the boys have made a significant jump back to where they need to be. We still have a way to go, but things are heading in the right direction.” The Panthers travel to Red Oak today for a JV and varsity matchup and return home 1 p.m. Saturday against Shenandoah at Panther Lanes. “Those two matches should tell us a lot about where we are in our preparation for the Hawkeye 10 Tournament and the regional tournament,” Pendegraft said. “Come out and watch the kids compete.”

Panther Tournament Varsity Boys Team standings — 1. Creston/ O-M 1697-835—2532; 2. Central Decatur 1475-622—2097; 3. Mount Ayr 1401-665—2066; 4. Lenox 1342-705—2047. High game — Blake Eddy, Creston/O-M, 224. High two game — Nathan Harrah, Central Decatur, 426. Creston/O-M (2532) — Blake Eddy 224-179—403, Chantz Davidson 217-171—388, Brett Cheers 163-157—320; William Haugland 136-158—294, TJ Peterson 161-131—292, Darin Hatfield 120-156—276. Totals —

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was key, because we didn’t get any of them in the first half.” Briley and Taylor each made 1-of-2 free throws in the final minute to preserve the win for the Panthers. Both players finished with 13 points. Briley had a strong overall game, finishing with five rebounds, five assists and five steals. Creston improved to 5-8 for the season with the win, while Clarke dropped to 3-12. The Panthers travel to Clarinda (5-8, 1-6) tonight for a Hawkeye 10 Conference

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Albert. “We can play with any of them in it,” Hiatt said. “We need to play strong near the end and see what happens.”

CLARINDA (53) — Jett Kettwick 4 4-4 15, Troy Aldrich 4 1-2 13, Jason McCall 3 4-4 10, Noah Bix 3 1-2 7, Jared Devoe 0 2-2 2, Justin Cabeen 1 0-0 2, Clint Fine 0 1-2, Dedric Kettwick 0 1-2 1, Jacob Carlson 0 1-2 1. Totals — 16 14-19 53. 3-point goals — 7 (Aldrich 4, Kettwick 3). Team fouls — 18. Fouled out — None. CRESTON (67) — Jay Wolfe 9 2-3 24, Alex Nielsen 4 5-7 17, Brandon Phipps 3 2-2 10, Cole Crawford 2 1-1 6, Maxx Walters 1 0-2 3, McClain Haines 1 1-1 3, Cole Thompson 0 2-2 2, Trey Benson 1 0-0 2. Totals — 21 16-21 67. 3-point goals — 9 (Wolfe 4, Phipps 2, Walters 1, Crawford 1, A. Nielsen 1). Rebounds — Wolfe 8, A. Nielsen 3, Benson 3. Assists — Thompson 6, Phipps 4, Haines 2. Steals — Thompson 3. Blocked shots — Thompson 2, E. Nielsen 1, A. Nielsen 1, Wolfe 1, Haines 1. Team fouls — 19. Fouled out  — None. Clarinda — 13 27 39 53

WOMEN: Continued from page 7A NIACC (104) — Alexis BoydLockett 7 3-3 22, Morgan Walker 7 0-0 15, Chelsey Jacox 6 1-2 13, Emily Bell 4 0-0 12, Sierra FordWashington 5 0-1 11, Lateeka Thompson 5 1-2 11, Allysa

matchup.

CLARKE (43) — Libby Bemis 6 1-2 13, Devon Carson 5 2-4 12, Carley Robins 4 0-1 10, Maddi Heath 2 0-0 4, Baylie Balcaen 2 0-0 4. Totals — 19 3-7 43. FG shooting — 19-44 (43 percent). 3-point goals — 2-6 (Robins 2). Steals — 6. Rebounds — 25. Turnovers — 18. Board offouls Directors - December Team — 12. Fouled 16, out2013 — Creston Community School District none. The Board of Directors of the Creston CRESTON (45)District — Taylor Community School met onBriley Mon6 1-2December 13, Jenna 3-4 High 13, day, 16, Taylor 2013 in5 the School 6:00 PM. 4 President Zumbach Natalieat Mostek 0-2 8, Camryn presided the 6, following roll Somersand 3 0-1 Chelceeanswered Downing call: Eagan, Fyock, 1 2-3Dunphy, 5. Totals — 19 6-12Snodgrass 45. FG and Zumbach.— 19-50 (38 percent). shooting Administrators present were: Callie An3-pointBrad goals — Jeff 1-6 Bevins, (Downing derson, Baker, Scott 1). Rebounds — 27 (Somers 9, Driskell, Steve McDermott, Bill MesseTaylor Briley 5, Mostek 3, Olivia role, and 7, Roy Stroud. The news and—visitors were Nielsen 2). media Assists 13 (Briley present. 5, Downing 4, Somers 2). Steals moved and Eagan seconded —Snodgrass 10 (Briley 5, Taylor 2). Blocked that the agenda be approved as presented. shots — 6 (Taylor 4). Turnovers Motion carried 5-0. —Fyock 9. Team — seconded 13. Fouled moved,fouls Dunphy that out Board — none. the approve the minutes of the November 18 regular meeting, the bills inClarke — 16 30 36 43

cluding the schoolhouse fund, the financial reports for November 2013, resignation from Alan Schloner, bus driver; Brittany Mullen, paraprofessional; Miranda McCord, paraprofessional; and contracts with Melanie Beaman, bus supervision; and George Callison, crossing guard. MotionCreston carried 5-0.— 20 44 58 67 Mr. McDermott reviewed changes required by the Fire Marshall in the Bus Barn and reported that because they were Ten different Creston considered code upgrades a major playportion would be covered by insurance. Some of ers scored in a 64-39 victory these upgrades include a fire sprinkler system as well concrete floorJV in the cold over theas aClarinda here storage section of the building. Monday. The Creston Salts and Peppers competed Sam at the State Drill Team Competition Hartsock scored 17 December 5-6 and received three state championships. All lead Male Division - 1st points to the the Panplace 2nd year in a row; Coed - 1st place; thers-(6-4). Lights 1st place 5th year in a row; Lyrical -“It Division 1arating place. defenwas real4thgood The following Creston High School sesive game for us,” said CresGPA of 3.5 nior athletes meet the criteria to qualify for Hawkeye-10 Fall Acaton coach Michael West. “We demics: Football: Maxx Walters, Adam Baker, Eblen; Boys were Levi moving the Cross ballCountry: well Zack Peppmeier, Daniel Scott, Jeremy against their zone. It was a Stoll, Garrett Taylor; FB Cheerleaders: Michelle Powers; team Volleyball: Audrey Fygood overall win.” ock; Girls Cross Country: Itzayanna Rubio.Creston (64) — Sam Hartsock 17, Christian 13, 2013-14 Creston Groumoutis Winter Guard State McClain 10, Anderson, Cooper team: JocelynHaines Kunz, Cassie McDermott 8, Jake 4, Sidney Suiter, Grace Eagan, Miller Itzy Rubio, Sarah Waigand, Taylor Bree Brandon Jones 3, Gibson Ryan Rice, Kucera Daggett, 3, SamSavannah Eagan Hartman, 2, ChrisAnnette FosterRea2, soner. Nick Walsh 2. 3-point goals — The guard did very well December 6 Groumoutis Hartsock 3, Haines placing third in3, the large school color 2, Kucera 1. Free throwsparticipated — 5-14. guard division. Ten schools Halftime score — Creston 35, in this division. 1st-Saydel, 2nd-Ankeny, 3rd-Creston. Clarinda 12.The team received a DivisionClarinda 1 rating. (39) — Alex Stull 7, Mr. Jeff Wignall6,presented the GuidJacob Carlson Josh Espinosa ance/Success JK-12 curriculum. His re6, Jayden Landess 6, Jacob preview included a video presentation Degase 5, Clint 2, Elijah whichBix depared by one of theFine students, 2, Logan Brooke 2, Ethan 2, picted the kids in their learningLantz environment. Snodgrass moved, Eagan seconded the Board adjourn. Motion carried 5-0. Regular meeting: Monday, January 20 at 6:00 p.m. at the Board Room. Meeting adjourned at 6:59 p.m. 12.16.13 BOARD BILLS GENERAL FUND Meyer 2 2-2 8, Cortni Rush 1 0-0 ACME TOOLS.................................280.47 3, Ashley Kordle 1 0-0 2, Kadejah AGRILAND FS, INC....................7,721.91 Young 1 0-0 2,CENTERS.....1,396.18 Taylor Bianchi 1 AKIN BUILDING 0-0 3, A’Chieyah Sanders 1 0-0 AMERICAN HOME DESIGN CENTER.............................................46.07 2. Totals — 41 7-10 104. 3-point AMERICAN PRINTING HOUSE 5, FOR goals — 13 (Boyd-Lockett Bell THE BLIND 2, INC .........................3,041.63 4, Meyer Ford-Washington 1, APPLE COMPUTER INC............1,636.00 Rush 1, Walker 1, Bianchi 1). B.M. SALES INC.............................581.80 SWCCIMPLEMENT (49) — Morgan Knorr BARKER & MOTOR CO IN................................................719.66 BRIGHT WHITE PAPER CO.........193.55 BYERS LOCK SHOP...................3,035.20 CARNEGIE LEARING................5,625.00 CLARINDA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS...................................22,197.24 CLAUSEN UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTION...........................175.00 CLIVE POWER EQUIPMENT.......381.99 COMPANION CORP...................1,304.00 CONTROL MANAGEMENT INC.................................................4,075.64 COPY SYSTEMS INC....................168.50 COUNSEL OFFICE& DOCUMENT.................................1,777.84 CREATIVE BEGINNINGS PRESCHOOL LLC.......................7,689.60 CRESTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE......................................20.00 CRESTON FARM & HOME..........477.16 CRESTON MUNICIPAL UTILITIES........................................351.03 CRESTON PUBLISHING CO........542.00 CRESTON TRUE VALUE HARDWARE & RENTAL.......................................316.33 DENNYS HYDRAULIC SHOP........35.00 DISCOVERY KIDS PRESCHOOL INC.................................................5,436.20 EAST UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL......................................72,012.00 ECHO GROUP INC......................4,452.61 EMC.......................................................1.34 FAREWAY STORES...................1,708.26 FASTENAL COMPANY...................77.35 FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES...................................378.55 FORCHT GRAPHICS........................40.00 GANDER PUBLISHING INC...........72.55 GREATER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER...........................................442.00 GREEN HILLS AEA.......................356.20 GRUHN LAW FIRM PC...................70.00 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT................................6,562.15 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO.........35.00 HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND..................................................65.00 HILLYARD SUPPLY CO............3,823.06 HY-VEE FOOD STORE..................589.04 IA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK.......................................198.11 IDE INTAKE & WELDING..............34.35 INNOVATIVE LEARNING CONCEPTS INC..............................199.00 JAYMAR..........................................178.00 JIMS TRUCK REPAIR................1,533.00 KINETIC POTENTIAL SCHOLARS...................................5,550.00 LANGE, MARY ................................88.20 MAILFINANCE...............................436.11 MAKERBOT.................................2,703.72 MATURA ACTION CORP/CRESTON HEADSTART ...............................6,835.20 MICK'S REPAIR & SERVICE....3,538.70 MIDWEST TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS........................................75.05 MIKKELSEN, STEPHANIE ..........725.00 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC.........1,168.67 NAPA.............................................1,952.39 NEFF COMPANY..............................90.03 NICHOLS CONTROLS & SUPPLY INC....................................771.48 NSAN INC.....................................1,008.00 OFFICE DEPOT...............................786.92 OFFICE MACHINES CO.............1,749.99 ORIENT-MACKSBURG PRESCHOOL................................3,702.40 OSWALD, PATRICK .....................529.20 PEARSON EDUCATION..................39.90 PETZNICKS.....................................206.85 PIZZA RANCH................................198.00 PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY.......382.45 POSITIVE APPROACH PRESCHOOL................................1,139.20 PREMIER PRINTER SUPPLIES LLC....................................................259.90 PURELAND SUPPLY.....................196.80 QUALITY GLASS CO....................223.20 RHINE RADIATOR & BODY REPAIR..........................................1,005.30 RIEMAN MUSIC.............................880.09 SCHOLASTIC INC............................69.66 SCHOOL BUS SALES....................657.54 SCHOOL HEALTH CORP.............176.80 SCHOOL SPECIALTY...................121.52 SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES INC......................................................98.63 SKARDA, MARJORIE .......................5.04 SMILEMAKERS................................17.57 ST. MALACHY PRESCHOOL.. .2,563.20 TEACHER DIRECT........................233.12 THERAPY SHOPPE INC................238.99 TRINITY PRESCHOOL...............5,696.00 TRUCK EQUIPMENT, INC........3,195.00 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES.....................................1,400.00 UNION CO AUDITOR.................2,223.97

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Public notice Board of Directors - December 16, 2013 Creston Community School District The Board of Directors of the Creston Community School District met on Monday, December 16, 2013 in the High School at 6:00 PM. President Zumbach presided and the following answered roll call: Dunphy, Eagan, Fyock, Snodgrass and Zumbach. Administrators present were: Callie Anderson, Brad Baker, Jeff Bevins, Scott Driskell, Steve McDermott, Bill Messerole, and Roy Stroud. The news media and visitors were present. Snodgrass moved and Eagan seconded that the agenda be approved as presented. Motion carried 5-0. Fyock moved, Dunphy seconded that the Board approve the minutes of the November 18 regular meeting, the bills including the schoolhouse fund, the financial reports for November 2013, resignation from Alan Schloner, bus driver; Brittany Mullen, paraprofessional; Miranda McCord, paraprofessional; and contracts with Melanie Beaman, bus supervision; and George Callison, crossing guard. Motion carried 5-0. Mr. McDermott reviewed changes required by the Fire Marshall in the Bus Barn and reported that because they were considered code upgrades a major portion would be covered by insurance. Some of these upgrades include a fire sprinkler system as well as a concrete floor in the cold storage section of the building. The Creston Salts and Peppers competed at the State Drill Team Competition December 5-6 and received three state championships. All Male Division - 1st place 2nd year in a row; Coed - 1st place; Lights - 1st place 5th year in a row; Lyrical - Division 1 rating 4th place. The following Creston High School senior athletes meet the criteria of 3.5 GPA to qualify for Hawkeye-10 Fall Academics: Football: Maxx Walters, Adam Baker, Levi Eblen; Boys Cross Country: Zack Peppmeier, Daniel Scott, Jeremy Stoll, Garrett Taylor; FB Cheerleaders: Michelle Powers; Volleyball: Audrey Fyock; Girls Cross Country: Itzayanna Rubio. 2013-14 Creston Winter Guard State team: Jocelyn Kunz, Cassie Anderson, Sidney Suiter, Grace Eagan, Itzy Rubio, Sarah Waigand, Taylor Gibson Rice, Bree Daggett, Savannah Hartman, Annette Reasoner. The guard did very well December 6 placing third in the large school color guard division. Ten schools participated in this division. 1st-Saydel, 2nd-Ankeny, 3rd-Creston. The team received a Division 1 rating. Mr. Jeff Wignall presented the Guidance/Success JK-12 curriculum. His review included a video presentation prepared by one of the students, which depicted the kids in their learning environment. Snodgrass moved, Eagan seconded the Board adjourn. Motion carried 5-0. Regular meeting: Monday, January 20 at 6:00 p.m. at the Board Room. Meeting adjourned at 6:59 p.m. 12.16.13 BOARD BILLS GENERAL FUND ACME TOOLS.................................280.47 AGRILAND FS, INC....................7,721.91 AKIN BUILDING CENTERS.....1,396.18 AMERICAN HOME DESIGN CENTER.............................................46.07 AMERICAN PRINTING HOUSE FOR THE BLIND INC .........................3,041.63 APPLE COMPUTER INC............1,636.00 B.M. SALES INC.............................581.80 BARKER IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO IN................................................719.66 BRIGHT WHITE PAPER CO.........193.55 BYERS LOCK SHOP...................3,035.20 CARNEGIE LEARING................5,625.00 CLARINDA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS...................................22,197.24 CLAUSEN UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTION...........................175.00 CLIVE POWER EQUIPMENT.......381.99

GENERAL FUND ACME TOOLS.................................280.47 AGRILAND FS, INC....................7,721.91 AKIN BUILDING CENTERS.....1,396.18 AMERICAN HOME DESIGN CENTER.............................................46.07 AMERICAN PRINTING HOUSE FOR THE BLIND INC .........................3,041.63 APPLE COMPUTER INC............1,636.00 B.M. SALES INC.............................581.80 Creston — 10 21 37 45 BARKER IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO IN................................................719.66 BRIGHT WHITE PAPER CO.........193.55 BYERS LOCK SHOP...................3,035.20 The Creston JV girls picked CARNEGIE LEARING................5,625.00 CLARINDA up a 25-13COMMUNITY win over Clarke on SCHOOLS...................................22,197.24 MondayUNDERGROUND in a half-game. CLAUSEN CONSTRUCTION...........................175.00 The two teams played just CLIVE POWER EQUIPMENT.......381.99 COMPANION CORP...................1,304.00 one half because of low numCONTROL MANAGEMENT bers for the Clarke girls. INC.................................................4,075.64 COPY SYSTEMS INC....................168.50 Sadie Jones led the way COUNSEL OFFICE& with 12 points for the PanDOCUMENT.................................1,777.84 CREATIVE BEGINNINGS thers. Cammy Rutherford PRESCHOOL LLC.......................7,689.60 CRESTON CHAMBER added four points,OFas did CaitCOMMERCE......................................20.00 lin McIlravy. Mostek CRESTON FARM &Maria HOME..........477.16 CRESTON MUNICIPAL knocked down a 3-pointer UTILITIES........................................351.03 CRESTON PUBLISHING CO........542.00 and Jessica Beatty finished CRESTON TRUE VALUE HARDWARE two points. &with RENTAL.......................................316.33 DENNYS SHOP........35.00 The HYDRAULIC Panthers improved to DISCOVERY KIDS PRESCHOOL 7-8 for the season with the INC.................................................5,436.20 EAST UNION COMMUNITY win. SCHOOL......................................72,012.00 ECHO GROUP INC......................4,452.61 EMC.......................................................1.34 FAREWAY STORES...................1,708.26 FASTENAL COMPANY...................77.35 FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES...................................378.55 FORCHT GRAPHICS........................40.00 GANDER PUBLISHING INC...........72.55 Dedric Kettwick 1. 3-point goals GREATER MEDICAL — Fine 1.REGIONAL Free throws — 8-17. CENTER...........................................442.00 GREEN HILLS AEA.......................356.20 GRUHN LAW FIRM PC...................70.00 HAWKEYE TRUCK Cody Crawford poured in EQUIPMENT................................6,562.15 36 points to lead the Creston HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO.........35.00 HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY freshmen past Clarinda MonFUND..................................................65.00 day, 49-37. HILLYARD SUPPLY CO............3,823.06 HY-VEE FOOD STORE..................589.04 “They played off Cody and IA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK.......................................198.11 he was hitting threes,” CresIDE INTAKE & WELDING..............34.35 ton coach Anthony INNOVATIVE LEARNING Donahoo CONCEPTS INC..............................199.00 said, “and we did a good job JAYMAR..........................................178.00 JIMS TRUCK REPAIR................1,533.00 on the weak side of the zone KINETIC POTENTIAL of anticipating that second SCHOLARS...................................5,550.00 LANGE, MARY ................................88.20 pass and getting layups off the MAILFINANCE...............................436.11 steal. This is how we should MAKERBOT.................................2,703.72 MATURA ACTION CORP/CRESTON have been playing.” HEADSTART ...............................6,835.20 MICK'S & SERVICE....3,538.70 SethREPAIR Thompson added six MIDWEST TECHNOLOGY points for Creston (3-7). PRODUCTS........................................75.05 Creston (49) — Cody..........725.00 Crawford MIKKELSEN, STEPHANIE SUPPLY INC.........1,168.67 MUNICIPAL 36, Seth Thompson 6, Deaven NAPA.............................................1,952.39 Reese 3, Quinton Scadden 3, NEFF COMPANY..............................90.03 Dawson Smith 1. 3-point goals NICHOLS CONTROLS & throws — — Crawford 3. Free SUPPLY INC....................................771.48 16-22. Halftime score — Creston NSAN INC.....................................1,008.00 23, Clarinda 15. OFFICE DEPOT...............................786.92 Clarinda (37)CO.............1,749.99 — Donevan OFFICE MACHINES ORIENT-MACKSBURG Kelley 18, Connor Pirtle 6, Cody PRESCHOOL................................3,702.40 McClarnon 5, Deitrich Engstrand OSWALD, PATRICK2, .....................529.20 3, Josh Degase Zach Carlson PEARSON EDUCATION..................39.90 2, Carlton Rahn 1. Free throws PETZNICKS.....................................206.85 — 13-19. PIZZA RANCH................................198.00 PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY.......382.45 POSITIVE APPROACH PRESCHOOL................................1,139.20 PREMIER PRINTER SUPPLIES LLC....................................................259.90 PURELAND SUPPLY.....................196.80 QUALITY CO....................223.20 5 2-4 12,GLASS J’myrehea Douglas 4 RHINE RADIATOR & BODY 1-3 9, Darian Polson 3 0-0 6, REPAIR..........................................1,005.30 Jill Vanderhoof 2 0-0 6, NaKeyia RIEMAN MUSIC.............................880.09 Harris 2 2-3 6, Jordan Williamson SCHOLASTIC INC............................69.66 SCHOOL SALES....................657.54 2 0-0 5, BUS Kristin Klocksiem 1 1-5 3, SCHOOL Peyton HEALTH Russell CORP.............176.80 0 2-4 2. Totals SCHOOL SPECIALTY...................121.52 — 19 8-20 49. 3-point goals — SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES Vanderhoof 2, Williamson 1. INC......................................................98.63 SKARDA, MARJORIE .......................5.04 SMILEMAKERS................................17.57 ST. MALACHY PRESCHOOL.. .2,563.20 TEACHER DIRECT........................233.12 THERAPY SHOPPE INC................238.99 TRINITY PRESCHOOL...............5,696.00 TRUCK EQUIPMENT, INC........3,195.00 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES.....................................1,400.00 UNION CO AUDITOR.................2,223.97 UNIVERSITY OF IOWAENGINEERING...............................300.00 WARD'S NATURAL SCIENCE.....262.57 WEST MUSIC CO.............................72.00 WILLIAM V MAC GILL AND CO......................................................388.94 ZELLMER'S SOFT WATER............79.60 ZIMCO SUPPLY CO....................1,659.00 ANDERSON, CALLIE ...................143.45 B.M. SALES INC..........................1,221.90 BAILEY, KELSEY .........................939.82 BAKER, BRAD .................................59.14 BOLINGER, ANGELA ..................210.56 CASEY'S NORTH..............................95.03 CRESTON MUNICIPAL UTILITIES.....................................1,738.96 GUITER, KATE ................................20.14 HARRIS, BECKY .............................25.00 IA SCHOOLS EMPLOYEE.......12,974.84 IA STATE SAVINGS BANK............44.94 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY........338.65 ISCA OFFICE.....................................30.00 KENDRICK, ROBERT .......................9.23 KIRKLAND, DENNIS ......................51.20 KLUG, LEON ....................................93.69 LANGE, MARY ................................53.16 LARSON, KARA ..............................17.33 MALUGANI, JOHN .........................53.00 McALEXANDER, BRITTANY .......19.92 McCRACKEN, JAMES ....................40.00 McNUTT, LARRY ............................44.50 MOELLER, PATRICIA ....................23.23 MORAN, RONALD ..........................66.56 MYERS, CATHERINE .....................71.96 PETERS, LISA ..................................21.20 PETERSON, JAMIE .........................44.86 PETTY CASH - CRESTON COMM SCHOOL DIST...................................82.57 PLYMALE, AMANDA ....................38.00 RABBITT, PATRICK .......................16.66 RILEY, BECKY ..............................250.28 SAI.........................................................95.0 SALES, BECKY ................................28.80 SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS INC....................................................400.00 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS - 30........................................853.67 SEMINOLE RETAIL ENERGY SERVICES LLC...............................510.66 SIMPSON, KYLENE ........................41.70 TANNER, ROBBIE ...........................48.00 THOMSON, ASHLEY ......................20.00 TOTALFUNDS BY HASLER.....1,000.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE...........44.22 VOINEA, ANNA-CORINA ..............70.00 VOINEA, KARINNA ........................80.60 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC................................................1,152.48 WARNER, JANIE ...........................256.99 WEBB, KEVIN ................................111.60 WEST, DARWIN ..............................92.95 WHITE, JERRY ................................20.99 WOLF, MELANIE ..........................105.00 ZUMBACH, GALEN ........................49.60 IA SCHOOLS EMPLOYEE.......89,301.07 DISASTER RECOVERY FUND AKIN BUILDING CENTERS.........108.50 BARKER IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO IN.............................................2,000.00 MOBILE MINI INC.........................441.57 TC3, LLC.....................................15,612.58 SCHOOLHOUSE FUND: PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT BIERLE BACKHOE & TRENCHING................................7,954.50 LOCAL OPTION SALES/SVC TAX BALL TEAM LLC......................68,729.89 BREIHOLZ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY..................................23,696.90 LAUGERMAN & ARCHITECTS INC.................................................6,780.43 PAULUS CONCRETE LLC........2,125.00 CAPITAL PROJECTS BALL TEAM LLC....................389,469.36 BREIHOLZ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY...............................134,282.40 LAUGERMAN & ARCHITECTS INC...............................................38,422.37 STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND 5 STAR MEDIA HD..........................85.00 ALLEY, KIMBERLY .......................15.74 BAILEY, KELSEY .........................498.00 BEVINS, JEFFREY ........................638.34 CRESTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST..................................................630.17 CRESTON PUBLISHING CO........594.48 DELI INTERNATIONAL............6,768.40 DOWNING, LESA ............................71.24

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TRINITY PRESCHOOL...............5,696.00 Lenox (2047) — Riley Haidsiak INC........3,195.00 TRUCK EQUIPMENT, 145-159—304, Mike Briggs 146ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES.....................................1,400.00 130—276, Leevi Marshall 129UNION CO AUDITOR.................2,223.97 139—268, Allen Hoffman 139UNIVERSITYLogan OF IOWA122—261, Lawson 119ENGINEERING...............................300.00 114—233, Kris 85-105— WARD'S NATURALFoote SCIENCE.....262.57 190. — 1342-705—2047. WEST Totals MUSIC CO.............................72.00 Baker Rotation 147, 119, 117, WILLIAM V MAC — GILL AND CO......................................................388.94 142, 180—705. ZELLMER'S Mount SOFT Ayr WATER............79.60 (2066) — Ty ZIMCO SUPPLY CO....................1,659.00 Pollock 204-169—373, Blake ANDERSON, CALLIE ...................143.45 Roberts 119-195—314, Clint B.M. SALES INC..........................1,221.90 Bounds 137-119—256, Trevor BAILEY, KELSEY .........................939.82 Shelley 137-116—253, Quintin BAKER, BRAD .................................59.14 Chumbley 75-130—205, Nathan BOLINGER, ANGELA ..................210.56 CASEY'S NORTH..............................95.03 Roberts 99-97—196. Totals — CRESTON MUNICIPAL 1401-665—2066. Baker Rotation UTILITIES.....................................1,738.96 — 134, 142, 157, 112, 120—665. GUITER, KATE ................................20.14 Central Decatur (2097) — HARRIS, BECKY .............................25.00 Nathan Harrah 222-204—426, IA SCHOOLS EMPLOYEE.......12,974.84 RJ KunzeSAVINGS 150-133—283, David IA STATE BANK............44.94 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY........338.65 ISCA OFFICE.....................................30.00 KENDRICK, ROBERT .......................9.23 KIRKLAND, DENNIS ......................51.20 KLUG, LEON ....................................93.69 LANGE, MARY ................................53.16 LARSON, KARA ..............................17.33 MALUGANI, JOHN .........................53.00 McALEXANDER, BRITTANY .......19.92 Continued from page....................40.00 7A McCRACKEN, JAMES McNUTT, LARRY ............................44.50 MOELLER, PATRICIA ....................23.23 our game onto ..........................66.56 them like they MORAN, RONALD MYERS, CATHERINE .....................71.96 did to us.” PETERS, LISA ..................................21.20 Elliott JAMIE Hamdeed led the PETERSON, .........................44.86 PETTY CASH - CRESTON COMM Spartans with 18 points, while SCHOOL DIST...................................82.57 PLYMALE, Koyamainavure AMANDA ....................38.00 Mataika and RABBITT, PATRICK .......................16.66 Tanner Kellogg each scored RILEY, BECKY ..............................250.28 SAI.........................................................95.0 11 points. Jared Theis chipped SALES, BECKY ................................28.80 SCHOLASTIC in six points.BOOK CLUBS INC....................................................400.00 “My young guys are havSCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRStrouble - 30........................................853.67 ing putting 40 minSEMINOLE RETAIL ENERGY utes together, “Holmes said. SERVICES LLC...............................510.66 SIMPSON, KYLENE ........................41.70 “They’re having trouble TANNER, ROBBIE ...........................48.00 THOMSON, runs ASHLEY ......................20.00 avoiding against. That’s TOTALFUNDS BY HASLER.....1,000.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE...........44.22 VOINEA, ANNA-CORINA ..............70.00 VOINEA, KARINNA ........................80.60 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC................................................1,152.48 WARNER, JANIE ...........................256.99 WEBB, KEVINteacher ................................111.60 Creston Jon ThomWEST, DARWIN ..............................92.95 son, who recently began vidWHITE, JERRY ................................20.99 WOLF, MELANIE ..........................105.00 eo streaming Creston High ZUMBACH, GALEN ........................49.60 School athletic events on IA SCHOOLS EMPLOYEE.......89,301.07 DISASTER RECOVERY FUND highschoolcube.com, will join AKIN BUILDING CENTERS.........108.50 forces KSIB&Radio BARKERwith IMPLEMENT MOTOR for CO IN.............................................2,000.00 live video broadcasting of two MOBILE MINI INC.........................441.57 TC3, LLC.....................................15,612.58 upcoming wrestling events. SCHOOLHOUSE FUND: PHYSICAL Tonight’s home double PLANT & EQUIPMENT BIERLEon BACKHOE dual senior &night and the TRENCHING................................7,954.50 March of Dimes “PurpleTAX Out” LOCAL OPTION SALES/SVC BALL TEAM LLC......................68,729.89 against Shenandoah and Red BREIHOLZ CONSTRUCTION Oak will appear on www.ksiCOMPANY..................................23,696.90 LAUGERMAN & ARCHITECTS bradio.com with Thomson INC.................................................6,780.43 and Chad Rieck broadcasting. LLC........2,125.00 PAULUS CONCRETE CAPITAL PROJECTS It will be simulcast with KSIB BALL TEAM LLC....................389,469.36 radio’s coverage on 101.3 FM. 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Huppert 143-132—275, Sam White 110-141—251, Devon Jones 114-126—240. Totals — 1475-622—2097. Baker Rotation — 120, 131, 122, 103, 146—622. Girls Team standings — 1. Creston/ O-M 1667-703—2370; 2. Mount Ayr 1212-579—1791; 3. Lenox 1195-593—1788; 4. Nodaway Valley 1052-463—1515. High game — Madison Hance, Creston/O-M, 191. High two game — Charley Parcher, Creston/O-M 364. Creston/O-M (2370) — Charley Parcher 184-180—364, Madison Hance 191-158—349, Devon Eddy 190-147—337, Jenna Hayes 152-162—314, Aly Downey 153150—303, Ashley Knipfer 147127—274. Totals — 1667-703— 2370. Baker Rotation — 142, 150, 126, 146, 139—703. Lenox (1788) — Morgan Newlin 139-131—270, Macey

Newlin 130-137—267, Elijah Briggs 151-88—239, Emily Powell 96-115—211, Mika Ricks 108-100—208, Haley Bals 85-83—168. Totals — 1195-593— 1788. Baker Rotation — 136, 108, 96, 111, 142—593. Mount Ayr (1794) — Brittany Mastin 140-124—267, Samantha Crawford 128-123—251, Naomi Richards 135-103— 238, Holly Karr 127-107—234, Laura Campbell 128-97—225, Cheyenne Percifield 90-109— 199. Totals — 1215-579—1794. Baker Rotation — 89, 96, 174, 103, 117—579. Nodaway Valley (1515) — Saber Brandt 140-121—261, Kelsey Coffman 112-133—245, Rachel Bruns 95-110—205, Shania Day 104-96—200, Krista Cooper 66-75—141. Totals — 1052-463—1515. Baker Rotation — 106, 85, 99, 89, 84—463.

where we have to grow. We have to get to a point where we can be competitive. We’ve shown that we can, we just haven’t show that on a consistent basis.” Southwestern drops to 7-11 overall and 1-4 in ICCAC Division II play. The Spartans travel to Kirkwood on Wednesday.

Davis 1 2-2 4, Shaquille Coleman 1 2-2 4, Nathan Jackson 1 0-0 2, Matthew Don 0 2-2 2. Totals — 27 26-28 90. 3-point goals — 10 (Humphries 4, Lang 4, Kay 2). Team fouls — 23. Fouled out — Jackson. SOUTHWESTERN (56) — Elliott Hamdeed 6 2-2 18, Mataika Koyamainavure 4 3-5 11, Tanner Kellogg 5 0-1 11, Jared Theis 3 0-0 6, Dylan Tucker 1 2-3 4, Nick Lenhard 1 2-5 4, Nikola Drobnjak 1 0-4 2. Totals — 21 9-21 56. 3-point goals — 5 (Hamdeed 4, Kellogg 1). Team fouls — 22. Fouled out  — Larry Mason, Koyamainavure. NIACC — 49 90 SWCC — 26 56

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Sports briefs the KSIB website, Rieck said. Likewise, the same plan is set for Creston/O-M’s appearance in the John Harris Invitational tournament in Corning Friday and Saturday. Periodic updates will be broadcast on KSIB as in past years, with live coverage of the final round Saturday afternoon. This year, however, the video live streaming on www. ksibradio.com will also be part of the coverage. At tonight’s dual, Red Oak meets Shenandoah in the first dual at 5:30 p.m. after a home middle school wrestling meet at 4 p.m. Creston/O-M senior night recognition will take

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR UNION COUNTY THE CITY OF CRESTON, Plaintiff Vs. JOHN W. MYERS; NANCY A. MYERS; DORIS LEAH SCHOFIELD; CLARKE COUNTY HOSPITAL; APPLE GROVE INVESTMENTS; UNION COUNTY TREASURER; ALL PARTIES IN POSSESSION, Defendants. CAUSE NO EQCV017501 NOTICE TO: DORIS LEAH SCHOFIELD, DECEASED A Hearing has been set for the 18th day of April, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. to determine whether the following real estate is abandoned, The South Ten (10) feet of Lot Six Hundred Nine (609 and the North Twenty-Five (25) feet of Lot Six Hundred Ten (610) in the Original Town of Creston, Union County, Iowa locally known as 302 S. Birch, Creston, Iowa 50801 At said hearing the City of Creston will obtain title to the above real estate if the court determines that the property is abandoned. All persons interested must file written objections prior to the hearing or appear before the court to establish why the property should not be considered abandoned. Arnold O. Kenyon, III CITY ATTORNEY NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE In the Iowa District Court for Union County State of Iowa Union County Court No.: EQCV017158 SPECIAL EXECUTION Plaintiff: Bank of America NA Successor by Merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP FKA Countrywide Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Defendant: Ibbotson, Ira - In Rem Defendant: Ibbotson, Amanda - In Rem As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) rights, title, and interest in Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: Lot Numbered One Hundred FiftyFour (154) and the North Thirty-Seven (37) Feet of the West Ninety-Seven (97) Feet of Lot Numbered One Hundred FiftyFive (155) in West Creston, Section “A”, In Creston, Union County, Iowa Street Address: 101 N. Jarvis St., Creston, Iowa The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale: 02/25/2014 Time of Sale: 10:00 AM Place of Sale: East Steps Inside the Union County Courthouse, Creston, Iowa. X This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judgment Amount: $75,712.61 Costs: $285.00 Plus interest 8.5% per annum of $65,251.47 from 02/05/2013 until satisfied. Attorney: Brian G. Sayer (319) 234-2530 Sheriff: Rick L. Piel Date: 01/03/2014 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR UNION COUNTY THE CITY OF CRESTON, Plaintiff Vs. LEONIDEZ LOPEZ; ASH GROVE INVESTMENTS; UNION COUNTY TREASURER ALL PARTIES IN POSSESSION, Defendants. CAUSE NO EQCV017503 NOTICE TO: LEONIDEZ LOPEZ, DECEASED A Hearing has been set for the 18th day of April, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. to determine whether the following real estate is

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IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR UNION COUNTY Estimates • Insured • Plaintiff References THEFree CITY OF CRESTON, Vs. www.bandbhomeimprovementllc.com LEONIDEZ LOPEZ; ASH GROVE INVESTMENTS; UNION COUNTY TREASURER ALL PARTIES IN POSSESSION, Defendants. CAUSE NO EQCV017503 NOTICE TO: LEONIDEZ LOPEZ, DECEASED A Hearing has been set for the 18th day of April, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. to determine whether the following real estate is abandoned, Lot Ninety-one (91), West Creston, Section A, Creston, Union County, Iowa locally known as 610 West Mills, Creston, Iowa 50801 At said hearing the City of Creston will obtain title to the above real estate if the court determines that the property is abandoned. All persons interested must file written objections prior to the hearing or appear before the court to establish why the property should not be considered abandoned. Arnold O. Kenyon, III CITY ATTORNEY

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT UNION COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Kathryn Sue Miller-McLaughlin, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR015607 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Kathryn Sue Miller-McLaughlin Deceased, who died on or about March 20, 2012: You are hereby notified that on the 18th day of October, 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 having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 6th day of December, 2013 Carol Miller Administrator of the Estate 1028 McKinley Aye Des Moines, IA 50315 Francis Hurley, ICIS PIN Number: AT0003 824 Attorney for the Administrator 535 E. Army Post Rd Des Moines, IA 50315 Date of second publication: Jan. 21, 2014

IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR UNION COUNTY THE CITY OF CRESTON, Plaintiff Vs. WILLIAM JOHN BOWEN; UNION COUNTY; UNION COUNTY TREASURER ALL PARTIES IN POSSESSION, Defendants. CAUSE NO EQCVO 17502 NOTICE TO: WILLIAM JOHN BOWEN, DECEASED A Hearing has been set for the 18th day of April, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. to determine whether the following real estate is abandoned, The East One Hundred Twenty-five (125) feet of the West One Hundred Fifty-five (155) feet of Lot Three (3) and the West Half of Lot Numbered Four (4) in the original Town of Creston, Union County, Iowa locally known as 307 N. Division, Creston, Iowa 50801 At said hearing the City of Creston will obtain title to the above real estate if the court determines that the property is abandoned. All persons interested must file written objections prior to the hearing or appear before the court to establish why the property should not be considered abandoned. Arnold O. Kenyon, III CITY ATTORNEY


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CLARK'S TREE & STUMP Removal. Free Estimates, Insured. Call New Today 641-782-4907 or 641FOR SALE: 2 celery 342-1940. green leather rockers, one swivels, call 641Livestock 202-1776. FOR SALE: PUREBRED registered black Angus bulls, freeze branded, semen checked, good disposition. Also purebred open heifers. Bradley Angus Farms, 641-344-3875.

Lost & Found FOUND - Female German Shorthair Pointer, approx. 1-2 yrs., found 8-9 days ago North of the Hwy 34 West/Hwy 169 intersection towards Lorimor. No collar/tag or microchip. She's extremely friendly & has a nice calm temperament. She is currently being treated for a fractured front leg. If anyone has any info that can get her home, or if interested in adopting (she will be up for adoption 1/20 if not claimed) or donating to help this little sweetheart, please contact Janel McLain, of Dog Gone Rescue at: 641-202-6289, or doggonerescueinc@hotmail.com!

641-202-4112

noons No texts.

Real Estate

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, stove and refrigerator furnished, and heat, water, and laundry paid, deposit and references required, 641344-5762.

HEAVY DUTY CHAIR MAT for plush carpet 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH 47 x 60 x 1/3 inches, house for rent in Corn- clear vinyl, rectangular, ing, references required, $10.00 641-782-4230. 641-344-0176. SMALL TO MEDIUM ACREAGE FOR RENT: STORAGE containers, 3 bedroom, 2 bath mo- priced 50 cents to bile home near Green- $2.00; White stackable 2 field. 3 acres set up for shelf space saver, horses. $700/mo. rent $10.00; (3) 2 drawer plus utilities, $700 de- space saver dressers, 2 posit, references re- white, 1 dk. brown, quired, 402-721-2313 $10.00 each, 641-782leave message. 6144. RED OAK, IA: Large two bedroom Apt. clean & remodeled. $400/month +utilities. Deposit and references required. See online www.greatspace4u.com or call 402-677-7165.

East Union CSD

ImmedIate OpenIng:

Elementary 1:1 Special Education Paraeducator Send letter of interest, references, and credentials to: Joan gordon east Union Schools 1916 High School drive afton, Iowa 50830 (641) 347-5411

–Available to go– Free will donation First United Methodist Church

Sat. Jan. 25- 11:00AM Nodaway, IA. Tractor, Pickup, Golf Cart, Hay Equipment, Livestock Equipment, Other Good Equipment, Miscellaneous for Jack Shadden Estate. Auctioneers: Steve Bergren, Darwin West, Tom Frey. Sun. Jan. 26- 12:30PM Creston, IA. Tractors, Farm Machinery, Oat Hay, 4-Wheeler, JD X534 Lawn Tractor for Roger and Dayle Turk. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Steve Bergren.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (PART TIME- UP TO 30 HOURS/WK.)

Need experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher). Salary commensurate with experience and education. Mail resume to:

First Christian Church

301 E. Townline, Creston, IA 50801

Phone: 641-742-5511 Interviews to begin as early as Jan. 22nd

ImmedIate OpenIng! Full-time Auto Technician Full-time Auto Body Technician Requirements: experienced, good work history and/or schooling. Looking for a motivated individual who is very dependable. must be a team player with a positive attitude! Well maintained and modern equipped shop

**Competitive Wages** Apply in person at:

R&S Auto Sales

Advertise your auction in the CNA Classifieds and we will include it in our “Auction Calendar.”

Union County Land Auction Friday, February 14th @ 10:00 AM Supertel Inn Conference Room - Creston, IA Rare opportunity in strong farming area to bid on 311.89 Acres M/L. Property to be sold in two tracts. Tract 1: 159.89 acres M/L with 147.72 tillable acres and a tillable CSR of 61.9. Tract 2: 152 acres M/L with 139.16 tillable acres and a tillable CSR of 57.4. Farm is located north of Creston in Section 11 of Spaulding Township. Matt Adams • 515.423.9235 Steve Bruere • 515.240.7500 www.PeoplesCompany.com - Listing #11604

FULL-TIME

is looking for Universal Workers who are team players and enjoy working with the elderly.

Seeking Self-Motivated Worker with skills in Proofreading Document Imaging

homE SERvICES DIRECToRY

Experience with MS Access or similar database preferred Pre-employment computer skills test required.

Qualified candidates may send a resume and cover letter to:

in Lenox, Monday-Friday, 8am to 4pm.

Guaranty Abstract Co. PO Box 404 Creston, IA 50801

Vintage Park Apartments

Dial-AService

CLERICAL POSITION

Inquire in person and ask for Julie at

WITH SIgN oN BoNuS

Complete sale information is published in the Wednesday edition of the Creston News Advertiser and/or the Southwest Iowa Advertiser

IMMEDIATE OPENING

510 Davis Ave. Corning, Iowa 641.322.4777

Universal Workers Needed Vintage Park Apartments, Assisted Living

Full-time Nurse

Auction Calendar

400 n. elm, Creston

ZENITH 20” COLOR TV with remote; Sanyo 20” color TV with remote, $10.00 each, 641-3224324.

jgordon@eastunionschools.org

Creston Nursing & Rehab Center is looking for a

and Southwest Iowa Advertiser Classifieds 641-782-2141 Ext. 239 Voicemail available 24 hours a day 7 days a week Business hours Mon. - Fri. 8-5

Saturday, January 25 5 to 7 p.m.

New Today

Must have a HS Diploma/GED. Hours include day, evening, weekends, and holidays.

FOR SALE: 2-bedroom remodeled house. $27,000. $5000 down, $22,000 financed by owner, 9% interest, $400.00 monthly payments, 641-344-3201.

with Salads, Desserts & Drink

GRASS HAY, NICE, tight, small square bales, 3rd cutting, windrow cured, $4.50/bale, 641-3402290.

QHC Winterset South, LLC is looking for a...

FT LPN/RN

10pm-6am Weekdays 6pm-6am Every Other Weekend 64 Hrs./Pay Period • Benefits Available

Contact Sandy Smith

QHC WINTERSET SOUTH, LLC

Find the right people for the job, right here.

Accountant

Siding & Windows

Ruth R. Long, CPA-CFP. Complete accounting, financial planning, consulting, electronic filing and tax services for business or individuals. Reasonable fees. 620 1/2 New York Ave. 641-782-7CPA (7272)

GAULE EXTERIoRS Steel and vinyl siding, replacement windows and seamless guttering. Quality craftsmanship, over a decade of professional service in Southwest Iowa. 641-782-0905.

Backhoe & Bulldozer

WESTmAN WINDoWS. Replacement windows tilt for easy cleaning and rebates bays, bows, sliders, etc. Any custom size and shape, 30+ years in Creston. I sell, service and install, for no-pressure estimate call Charlie Westman 641-782-4590 or 641-344-5523.

KINKADE INDUSTRIES INC. Complete backhoe service with extra reach bucket. Sanitary systems, basements, crawl spaces, dig footings with trencher or hoe. Free estimates. Eb Knuth, 641-782-2290; 641-202-2012.

Computer Repair

If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of our residents please contact:

715 South Second Avenue, Winterset, IA 50273

Jessica Seitz, RN Director of Nursing Services

Vanmark Equipment, LLC

SPRoUSE ComPUTER SoLUTIoNS. 120 N. main, Lenox, 641-780-5760 12 years experience. Reasonable & Quality PC repair and tutoring.

Creston Nursing & Rehab Center

Shipping Clerk/Safety Coordinator

Glass

The ideal candidate will have shipment packaging and processing experience. Preference will be given to those with a knowledge of international shipping procedures and regulations. The ideal candidate will have experience and training in the safety field including OSHA regulations. Experience with construction/skidding is a plus.

QUALITY GLASS Co. Automotive, home, business and farm. Commercial lock service and trailer sales. hwy 34 East, in Creston 641-782-5155

1001 Cottonwood, Creston, IA

641-782-8511AA/EOE

QHC Winterset North, LLC is looking for a...

LPN/RN FT/PT CNA

FT/PT

Please Contact Mike Hopson

515-462-4040

EOE/Pre-employment drug screen required.

has an opening for a...

In exchange for your talent we offer an excellent working environment, including a competitive wage and benefits package. You can complete an application at: Vanmark Equipment, 300 Industrial Parkway, Creston, IA, 50801.

QHC WINTERSET NORTH, LLC 411 E. Lane St., Winterset, IA 50273 515-462-1571

EOE/Mandatory Drug Screen Prior to Hire

...equipment for the food industry. —An Equal Opportunity Employer—

Vanmark Equipment, LLC 300 Industrial Parkway Creston, IA 50801

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

BoWmAN SIDING & WINDoWS. All major brands of vinyl and steel siding, Heartland, Traco and Revere thermal replacement windows. Recipient of the Revere Premium Renovator Award. Seamless guttering and Leaf Relief gutter covers. 33 years of continuous reliable service in Southwest Iowa, free estimates, 641-322-5160 or 1-800-245-0337.

Storage ShARP’S SELF-SToRAGE Boats, records, inventory, furniture. You store it, lock it, take the key. Industrial Park, Creston, 641-782-6227.

All StorAge, llC. various sizes to fit your storage needs, Hwy. 34 SChRoEDER PLUmBING and West in Creston, 515-371-7762. ELECTRICAL. Central air repair/ new installations, new breaker Tree Service boxes, lighting fixtures, softeners, water heaters. Specialize in mINERS TREE SERvICE. Tree manufactured and mobile homes. Removal, Trimming, Stump Free estimates, licensed, insured, Grinding, fully insured. Free 641-202-1048. Accept Visa & estimates. Justin miner, Mastercard. 712-621-4847.

Plumber


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Creston News Advertiser Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Exclusively at Interstate Chevrolet

“CASH FOR CLUNKERS” Exclusively at Interstate Chevrolet Exclusively at Interstate Chevrolet

“CASH FOR CLUNKERS” “CASH FOR CLUNKERS” ForatYour Your For Exclusively

$3,000

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2014 CHEVYSPARK CRUZE 2014 CHEVY

2014CHEVY CHEVY SPARK MALIBU 2014

MSRP $16,845 $14,445

MSRP $19,945 $14,445

MSRP $22,965 $14,445

CASH FOR CLUNKERS

CASH FOR CLUNKERS

CASH FOR CLUNKERS

TRADESPARK ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY SONIC 2014 CHEVY $3,000

TRADESPARK ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY CRUZE 2014 CHEVY $3,000

MSRP $16,845 $14,445 REBATE $957 $500 CASH FOR CLUNKERS $194 TRADE ALLOWANCE PER MONTH 141328S $3,000 REBATE $500 $957 2014 CHEVY IMPALA $194 PER MONTH MSRP $28,060 141328S

MSRP $1,000 $19,945 $14,445 REBATE REBATE $957 CASH FOR CLUNKERS $194 TRADE ALLOWANCE PER MONTH 226353C $3,000 REBATE REBATE $1,000 $957 2014 CHEVY CAMARO $194 PER MONTH MSRP $28,555 226353C

2014 CHEVY SONIC 2014 CHEVY SPARK $10,488 $13,345

2014CHEVY CHEVY CRUZE 2014 SPARK $10,488 $17,945

TRADESPARK ALLOWANCE 2014CHEVY CHEVY MALIBU 2014 $3,000

MSRP $2,250 $14,445 $22,965 REBATE REBATE $957 CASH FOR CLUNKERS $194 TRADE ALLOWANCE PER MONTH 104253M $3,000 REBATE REBATE $2,250 $957 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX $194 PER MONTH MSRP $25,390 104253M

2014CHEVY CHEVY MALIBU 2014 SPARK $10,488 $17,715

$4000 Minimum Trade Allowance on Any Remaining 2013’s InCASH Stock CASH CLUNKERS CASH CLUNKERS CLUNKERS FOR MSRP $14,445 $16,845

FOR MSRP $19,945 $14,445

TRADEIMPALA ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY 2014 CHEVY SONIC 2014 CHEVY SPARK $3,000 MSRP $28,060 MSRP $14,445 $16,845 FOR REBATE $500

TRADE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY CAMARO 2014 CHEVY CRUZE 2014 CHEVY SPARK $3,000 MSRP $28,555 MSRP $19,945 $14,445 FOR $1,000 REBATE

FOR

MSRP $22,965 $14,445

TRADE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX 2014 CHEVY MALIBU 2014 CHEVY SPARK $3,000 MSRP $25,390 MSRP $14,445 $22,965 REBATE FOR $1,000

$4000 Minimum Trade Allowance on Any 2013’s In Stock CASH CLUNKERS CASH Remaining CLUNKERS CASH CLUNKERS CASH CASH FOR FOR CLUNKERS CLUNKERS

CASH CASH FOR FOR CLUNKERS CLUNKERS

TRADE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY SONIC TRADE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY SPARK $24,560 TRADE ALLOWANCE 116312I

TRADEALLOWANCE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY CRUZE TRADE 2014 $24,555 TRADESPARK ALLOWANCE 151422CCHEVY

CASH CASH FOR FOR CLUNKERS CLUNKERS

TRADE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY MALIBU TRADE ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY SPARK $21,390 TRADE ALLOWANCE 109100E

$3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $4000 Minimum Trade Allowance on Any 2013’s In Stock $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 MSRP $14,445 $16,845 MSRPRemaining $19,945 $14,445 MSRP$3,000 $14,445 $22,965 REBATE $500 $500 REBATE $1,000 REBATE $1,000 REBATE $957 REBATE REBATE $1,000 $957 REBATE REBATE $2,250 $957 CASH CLUNKERS CASH 4X4 CLUNKERS CASH 4X4 CLUNKERS 2014 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 CREW 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 CREW 2014 CHEVY SONIC 2014 CHEVY CRUZE 2014CHEVY CHEVY MALIBU 2014 CHEVY SPARK 2014 CHEVY SPARK 2014 SPARK TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE ALLOWANCE REBATE $957 $500 REBATE REBATE $1,000 $957 REBATE REBATE $2,250 $957 $4000 Minimum Trade Allowance on Any Remaining 2013’s In Stock $194 $194 $194 $24,560 $24,555 $21,390 MSRP$3,000 $33,920 MSRP$3,000 $43,585 MSRP$3,000 $45,120 $10,488 $13,345 $10,488 $17,945 $10,488 $17,715 MSRP $16,845 $14,445 MSRP $19,945 $14,445 MSRP $22,965 $14,445 FOR

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PER MONTH

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$10,488 $13,345 $10,488 $13,345

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PER MONTH

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$10,488 $17,945 $10,488 $17,945

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$10,488 $17,715

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ALLOWANCE 2014 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 CREW 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 CREW TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE4X4 ALLOWANCE TRADE4X4 ALLOWANCE $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $24,560 $24,555 $21,390 REBATE $957 $500 REBATE REBATE $1,000 $957 REBATE REBATE $2,250 $957 109100E 116312I CHEVY 151422C 2014 IMPALA 2014 CHEVY CAMARO 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 R MSRP $33,920 MSRP $43,585 MSRP $45,120 STA ALL ITION REBATE $500 REBATE $1,000 REBATE $1,000 $194 $194 $194 ED REBATE $1,500 REBATE $3,750 REBATE $4,500 MSRP $28,060 MSRP $28,555 MSRP $25,390 $10,488 $13,345 $10,488 $17,945 $10,488 $17,715 PER MONTH PER MONTH PER MONTH CASH FOR CLUNKERS CASH FOR CLUNKERS CASH FOR CLUNKERS 104253M 141328S 226353C 2014 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4X4 CREW 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 4X4 CREW TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE ALLOWANCE $24,560 $24,555 $21,390 CASH FOR CLUNKERS CASH FOR CLUNKERS CASH FOR CLUNKERS 109100E 116312I 151422C $29,420 $36,835 $37,620 144131T 1071505 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$29,420 $36,835 $37,620 REBATE $500 REBATE $1,000 REBATE 144131T 1071505 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 142145S * Offer good through Feb.TRAVERSE 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using Clunker Allowance except above1500 mentioned rebates. Clunker must 2014 drive into dealership, have clean title (no branded titles).$1,000 2014 CHEVY AWD 2014 SILVERADO 4X4 CREW CHEVYmust SILVERADO 2500 4X4 CREW TAR$3,000CHEVY On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for Aall Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee. LL Srebates. N O I REBATE $1,500 REBATE $3,750 REBATE $4,500 DIT STAR MSRP $33,920 MSRP $43,585 MSRP $45,120 $24,560 $24,555 $21,390

141328S 141328S

and YOU Keep ALL Rebates! 2014 CHEVY IMPALA 2014 CHEVY CAMARO 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX

$4000 Minimum Trade Allowance on Any Remaining 2013’s In Stock

$4000 Minimum Trade Allowance on AnyMSRPRemaining 2013’s In Stock MSRP $28,060 $28,555 MSRP $25,390

SPECIAL FINANCING CASH FOR EVERYONE CASH CLUNKERS CASH CLUNKERS CLUNKERS Call our Special Finance Consultant - Scott Williamson - 515-523-1201 TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE ALLOWANCE TRADE ALLOWANCE SPECIAL FINANCING FOR EVERYONE $3,000 $3,000 CREDIT CHALLENGED IS OKAY AT INTERSTATE CHEVROLET$3,000

Call our Special Finance Consultant - Scott - 515-523-1201 REBATE $500 REBATE Williamson $1,000 REBATE $1,000

IOWA’S NEWEST DEALER! CREDIT CHALLENGED IS OKAYCHEVY AT INTERSTATE CHEVROLET $24,560 $24,555 $21,390

IOWA’S NEWEST CHEVY DEALER!

SPECIAL FINANCING FOR EVERYONE 2014 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4X4 CREW 2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 4X4 CREW 324 SW 8th St., Stuart IA 50250 • I-80 / Exit 93 Call our SpecialMSRP Finance Consultant - Scott - 515-523-1201 $33,920 MSRPWilliamson $43,585 MSRP $45,120

SPECIAL FINANCING FOR EVERYONE CREDIT CHALLENGED IS Stuart OKAY AT CASH FOR 324 CLUNKERS CASHINTERSTATE FOR•CLUNKERS CASH FOR CLUNKERS SW 8th St., IA-50250 I-80 / Exit 93 - CHEVROLET $29,420 $36,835 $37,620 Call our Special Finance Consultant Scott Williamson 515-523-1201 TRADE ALLOWANCE FINANCING TRADE ALLOWANCE SPECIAL FOR EVERYONE TRADE ALLOWANCE $3,000 NEWEST $3,000 CREDIT CHALLENGED IS OKAYCHEVY INTERSTATE IOWA’S DEALER! Call our Special Finance Consultant -AT Scott Williamson - CHEVROLET 515-523-1201$3,000 $29,420 $37,620 SPECIAL FOR EVERYONE REBATE $1,500 FINANCING$36,835 REBATE $3,750 REBATE $4,500 CREDIT CHALLENGED IS OKAY AT INTERSTATE CHEVROLET 116312I

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2014 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD MSRP $1,500 $33,920 REBATE

CASH FOR CLUNKERS

TRADE ALLOWANCE $3,000 REBATE $1,500

2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4X4 CREW

2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 4X4 CREW

MSRP $3,750 $43,585 REBATE

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MSRP $4,500 $45,120 REBATE

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* Offer good through Feb. 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using $3,000 Clunker Allowance except above mentioned rebates. Clunker must drive into dealership, must have clean title (no branded titles). On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for all rebates. Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee.

SPECIAL FINANCING FOR EVERYONE IOWA’S NEWEST DEALER! CREDIT CHALLENGED IS OKAYCHEVY AT INTERSTATE CHEVROLET

Call our Special Finance Consultant - Scott Williamson - 515-523-1201 324 SW 8th St., Stuart IA 50250 • I-80 / Exit 93 * Offer good through Feb. 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using $3,000 Clunker Allowance except above mentioned rebates. Clunker must drive into dealership, must have clean title (no branded titles). On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for all rebates. Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee.

Call our Special Finance Consultant Scott Williamson 324 SW 8th St., Stuart IA-50250 • I-80 / Exit 93 - 515-523-1201 IOWA’S NEWEST CHEVY DEALER! * Offer good through Feb. 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using $3,000 Clunker Allowance except above mentioned rebates. Clunker must drive into dealership, must have clean title (no branded titles). On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for all rebates. Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee.

324 SW 8th IS St., OKAY Stuart IA 50250 • I-80 / Exit 93 CREDIT CHALLENGED AT INTERSTATE CHEVROLET * Offer good through Feb. 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using $3,000 Clunker Allowance except above mentioned rebates. Clunker must drive into dealership, must have clean title (no branded titles). On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for all rebates. Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee.

* Offer good through Feb. 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using $3,000 Clunker Allowance except above mentioned rebates. Clunker must drive into dealership, must have clean title (no branded titles). On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for all rebates. Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee.

IOWA’S NEWEST CHEVY DEALER!

324 SWIA8th St., Stuart 50250 •From I-80 /Creston Exit 93 • I-80 / Exit 93 324 SW 8th St., Stuart 50250 • 25 IA Minutes * Offer good through Feb. 1, 2014. No other discounts apply when using $3,000 Clunker Allowance except above mentioned rebates. Clunker must drive into dealership, must have clean title (no branded titles). On in stock new vehicles only. Not all customers may qualify for all rebates. Cash For Clunkers offer excludes Chevy Spark. See dealer for complete details. All prices plus tax, title, license and $299 doc fee.

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