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HUSH program helps distribute more than 10,000 pounds of deer meat to local families in need ■

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Despite the program’s name, HUSH is not something the Iowa Department of Natural Resources want area hunters to keep quiet about this hunting season. HUSH — Help Us Stop Hunger — is a combined effort to provide quality red meat to those in need and help control the deer population in the state. This is the 11th year for the program. “HUSH is a simple process from the hunter’s standpoint,” said Iowa DNR HUSH coordinator Jim Coffey. “It is a program that our deer hunters have asked for and the Food Bank of Iowa is just thrilled with it.” Hunters must take a buck or doe legally, tag it, then transport it to one of 88 participating meat lockers in Iowa. Once the locker approves the deer, all the hunter has to do is sign a HUSH card, allowing the processor to connect with the Food Bank of Iowa to combat

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Two bucks make their way along the fence in a field at Green Valley Lake north of Creston.

hunger. The closest participating lockers are Corning Meat Processing and Zeb’s Smokehouse in Bedford. “We normally end up with about 300 donations, last year we were in the 200s,” said Dave Walter, the owner of Corning Meat Processing. “It has been a great experience. Since it began in 2004, we have been near the top in number of donations and pounds.” Last hunting season, 5,281 deer were donated to HUSH, generating about 880,000 meals for Iowa families in need. While the total donations were down last year, Coffey

said it is consistent with the decline of the total deer herd in the state. But even though the total deer herd may be smaller, overpopulation is still occurring in rural parts of the state.

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Hunters who wish to use the meat for personal use are still contributing to HUSH in an indirect manner. Each tag has a $1 charge to help fund the program. “That is the beauty of the HUSH program,” Coffey said. “There is a local connection and it is distributed right back into the community.” The locker receives $75 for each processed deer and the Food Bank of Iowa gets $5 ad-

ministrative cost for each deer distributed. The $1 charge to each tag helps cover the expense. Walter said it takes about 15 minutes to prep a deer that has been donated to HUSH. Corning Meat Processing is connected with the Presbyterian church in Creston and the MATURA office in Corning to help get the meat to those in need. Last year more than 10,000 pounds of red meat were distributed. “It blew my mind the number of people that needed it (the meat),” Walter said. Matt Carr, 22, hunts in Ringgold, Union and Adair counties during bow and late muzzleloader season. He has donated to HUSH an estimated 15 times since he started hunting. “I like deer hunting, but we don’t eat a lot of deer (meat),” Carr said. “It gives me a place to take the meat to help feed less fortunate families and it helps take more does out of the herd.” Coffey said hunters should contact the locker where plan they to donate. Most of the time the only requirement is to field dress the kill, but accepting the meat is at the locker’s Please see HUSH, Page 2

The inaugural uptown Creston Food Crawl is slated 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday. The event will include samples of culinary delights, live music and a chance to meet local farmers and growers. “This is a family friendly event,” said Alexi Groumoutis, local foods coordinator for the Southern Iowa Local Food Council. “It’s my goal to introduce the community to local farmers and also implement local foods into institutions. It’s taking a step beyond going to the farmers’ market. We want businesses to use locally-sourced Groumoutis foods.” Five businesses are participating in the event. They include: Creston Chamber of Commerce, Upper Crust Bakery, making sweet potato créme brule with walnuts, A&G Pizza Steakhouse with spinach alfredo pizza, Adams Street Espresso with hot apple cider or pumpkin frappucino and Elm’s Club with cheese steak sliders with green peppers and onions. Tickets are $10, and are available now at any participating business. For more information, contact Groumoutis at 515-447-3952.

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WASHINGTON — Washington is deadlocked as it enters the 14th day of a partial government shutdown. The crisis has already led to furloughs of 350,000 federal workers, canceled military training missions and slowed economic growth. NBC reports multiple talks be- Obama tween Republican congressional leaders and President Barack Obama took place over the past two weeks, and negotiations are now focused on Senate leadership from both sides of the aisle. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell launched last-ditch negotiations over the weekend to end the spending and debt stalemate, but they may not be able to reach an agreement that can pass both the House and Senate.

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Fall colors: The trees around Green Valley Lake north of Creston are slowly changing to fall colors. The 2013 fall foliage outlook predicts Iowa colors will be average this year.

Three Creston businesses are participating in the Dream Big, Grow Here grant competition. Those business are: Upper Crust Culinary Creations, She-Nae’s Rescued and Renewed and Leslie’s Dance Emporium (Defy Gravity). Voting began last week. In this contest, the top five vote-getters at the end of the voting period (Oct. 21) in the south-central Iowa competition will be invited to compete in a pitchoff event — slated Nov. 12 at Lakeside Casino — for a chance at winning $5,000 toward their dream. The winner of the regional

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Deaths Mary Josephine Cihak Creston

Mary Josephine Cihak, 90, of Creston died Oct. 11, 2013, at Creston Nursing and Rehab. Graveside servic- Cihak es will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, at Calvary Cemetery. The Rev. Kenneth Halbur Jr., Holy Spirit Catholic Church, will officiate. Open visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m. today at Pearson Family Funeral Service, 809 W. Montgomery St. The family requests no memorials. Online condolences may be left at www.pearsonfuneralhomes.com. Mary Josephine Cihak, daughter of Josephine Mary (Deholien) and James Vincent Cihak, was born Jan. 3, 1923, in Creston. Mary Josephine graduated from Creston High School in

G.R. “Bob” Hopkins Creston

George Robert “Bob” Hopkins, 93, of Creston, passed a w a y Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at Hopkins Greater Regional Hospice Home in Creston. A memorial gathering will be held Friday, October 18, 2013, 2-8PM. Family will join the gathering at 6 to receive friends. A flag presentation by Theodore J. Martens VFW Post #1797 will be performed at 8 with the Rev. Lu Parks saying a few words. A private family service will be held Saturday, October 19th at the family farm with Rev. Lu Parks officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials in Bob’s name be directed to the Union County Endowment with SCICF (South Central Iowa Community Foundation). Online condolences can be made under the obituary category at www.powersfh. com. George Robert “Bob” Hopkins was born February 19, 1920 in Creston, Iowa, to Mary Josephine (Pfeiffer) and George Bierce Hopkins. He graduated from Creston High School in 1938 and Creston Junior College in 1940. He enjoyed working at the cone shop on Russell Street during those years and had many memories from that. Employment at Montgomery Ward was interrupted with WWII. After training different cadres, Bob saw active duty in France and Germany from 1942 – 1946. He began his 34-year career with the

1940. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in 1945; and she received her master’s degree from the University of Southern California in 1951. Mary Josephine taught school in Bakersfield, Calif., before moving to Council Bluffs, in 1969. She worked for the Council Bluffs school system as a reading specialist for 11 years, retiring in 1980. Mary Josephine taught both public and parochial school in Creston and various other places. Mary Josephine was a past member of American Association of Women, Kappa Kappa Iota Educational Sorority and Iowa Retired Teachers Association. Mary Josephine is survived by her brother James Cihak of Creston; nephews, Mike (Joy) Cihak of Afton and Greg Cihak of Indianola; and niece Julie (husband Mark Cullen) Cihak of West Des Moines. Mary Josephine was preceded in death by her parents and sister-in-law Verlee Cihak. postal service in 1948 as a clerk and eventually became a rural mail carrier. Many people in the area will remember him as their mailman. During a lonely time in his life, Bob decided to participate in the Refugee Program sponsored by Gov. Robert Ray. His first family included three generations. The Ly family has continued to stay in touch with Bob, appreciating his efforts to help all of them. Another family from Laos stayed with Bob for a brief time. July 18, 1982, Bob married Judy from Cromwell and they joined two families to include eight children. This was their world for the next 31 years. They added two exchange students during that time: Karino Schmelzer from Germany and Miho Aoyagi from Japan. Bob loved to hunt, fish in his own pond with kids and grandkids and teach all of them his creed: “Work is so rewarding!” He was a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, and the Creston VFW Post #1797. Survivors include his wife, Judy, four sons: Mike (Victoria) of Truth or Consequences, NM; Mark (Pamela) of Naples, FL; Matt (Amy) of Missoula, MT; and Josh (Beth) of Orient, IA; four daughters: Dr. Penelope Isabella of Loveland, OH; Dr. Mary (Mick Gill) Hopkins of Howard, CO.; Marty (Fred) McClurg of North Liberty, IA.; Sherri (Mike Hinrichs) Hopkins of Altoona, IA.; ten grandchildren; one greatgranddaughter and his mother-in-law Ocie Hughes of Creston. He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, Mary Veronica in infancy; two sisters, Margaret Lesan and Alice Mullen; and one brother in infancy.

Margaret Brosnahan Creston

Margaret Brosnahan, 86, formerly of Afton and Creston, died Oct. 10, 2013, at Afton Care Center. Mass of Brosnahan Christian Burial will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. The Rev. Ken Halbur will officiate. Burial will be in St. Edward Catholic Cemetery west of Afton. Open visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesday with family present 6 to 7:30 p.m. with a 7:30 p.m. Rosary at Powers Funeral Home, junction of highways 34 and 25. Memorials may be given in her name to Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Online condolences may be left at www.powersfh.com. Margaret Mary Brosnahan, daughter of Ella (Shope) and John Carroll, was born Dec. 21, 1926, in Des Moines. Margaret graduated from St. Joseph Academy, then continued her education at Drake University. While attending Drake, Margaret worked for Northwest Bell in Des Moines. On Dec. 27, 1951, Margaret married James “Jim” Brosnahan at St. John’s Chapel in Springfield, Mo. The couple made their first home in Des Moines. After starting a family, Jim and Margaret moved to Afton, where Margaret became a full-time homemaker. Jim and Margaret moved to Creston in 1992. After Jim’s death May 15, 1997, Margaret remained in

William Tridle IV Milford

William “Willy” Tridle IV, 30, of Milford, formerly of Orient, died Oct. 11, 2013, in Milford. Funeral services will be 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16,

Creston until January 2006, at which time she moved to the Bishop Drumm complex in Johnston. In February 2013, she moved to Afton Care Center. Margaret was a former member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Creston and St. Edward Catholic Church in Afton. While living in Creston, she volunteered at Rectory Rerun and with Greater Regional Auxiliary. She was a former member of Catholic Daughters, St. Edward Altar Society, Doll Club and several neighborhood clubs. Margaret is survived by her children, Mary (Cal) Hultman of West Des Moines, Patricia (Warren) Meyer of Houston, Texas, Sheila (Keith) Brown of Afton, John (Barbara) Brosnahan of Arlington, Va., and Catherine (Mike) Huber of Omaha, Neb.; grandchildren, Christopher Hultman (fiancée Victoria Petrucco), Erin (William) Lopez, Rachel Meyer, Justin (Amber) Brown, Matthew Brown, Sarah Brosnahan, Anna Brosnahan and Noah Huber; step-grandchildren, Cal Hultman II and Dan (Emily) Hultman; seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Eleanor McLaughlin and Theresa (Larry) Contri, all of Des Moines and Rose (Joe) O’Reilly of Chariton; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband, Margaret was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Mary Kalinowski, Frances Knight and Agnes Jolly; sister-in-law Ann Brosnahan; brothers-in-law, Chester Kalinowski, Richard Knight, Lee Jolly, Richard McLaughlin, and Fr. William Bresnahan and four nieces.

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Going deep: Logan Anson, 8, of Creston leans back and

fires a spiral to his father Joe Anson Sunday evening at Panther Field. The father-son combo was practicing several football passing patterns including the post, buttonhook and Logan’s favorite “the deep ball.”

HUSH: Continued from Page 1

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Creston City Council, 6 p.m. Tuesday, council chambers, restored Creston Depot. Agenda includes: public forum; set public hearing for 6 p.m. Nov. 5 for the purpose of accepting comment on an application for a community development block grant for north side sanitary sewer improvements; and for the purpose of accepting comment on Ordinance 14-148 in the Code of Ordinances of the city of Creston, 1996, by amending Chapter 62 - general traffic regulations, Section 62.01 - violation of regulations, subsections 1-18 - provisions pertaining to speed regulations; discuss engineering contract with Snyder and Associates for Hurley Creek improvement project based on recommendation of Park and Recreation Board; special assess nuisance abatement charges because of nonpayment by property owners; set public hearing 6 p.m. Nov. 5 for an easement request to place a metal carport in city right of way in front of 1102 N. Walnut; placement of new street light in 800 block of North Lincoln Street; acquire abandoned property at 302 1/2 S. Birch via Iowa Code 657A.10A; street closings for the Lighted Christmas Parade and fireworks display 6 p.m. Dec. 5 until parade is finished and 7 p.m. until fireworks are finished.

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The number of gametying grand slam home runs in postseason history after David Ortiz’s Sunday night.

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Sox revive BOSTON — David Ortiz revived the Red Sox with a tying grand slam in the eighth inning, then Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit a winning single in the ninth as Boston stunned the Detroit Tigers 6-5 Sunday night to even the AL championship series at 1-all. The Tigers were cruising to their second straight win at Fenway Park, with starter Max Scherzer taking a no-hitter and a 5-0 lead into the sixth inning. But with one swing, Big Papi flipped everything. Ortiz hit a two-out shot that sent right fielder Torii Hunter jack-knifing into the Boston bullpen in a futile attempt to catch the ball, making it 5-up. Saltalamacchia’s single came after a series of Tigers misplays in the ninth. A wild throw, a wild pitch and a missed catch by first baseman Prince Fielder on a foul ball set up the game-ending hit. The teams head to Detroit for Game 3 on Tuesday. Justin Verlander will face Boston’s John Lackey.

With their backs against the wall in terms of playoff qualification, the Creston/O-M Panthers responded in a big way Friday with a 49-21 victory over Glenwood. The win improves the Panthers to 3-2 in Class 3A District 1 — now in the position of trying to move up within the top four spots with a victory over Lewis Central in two weeks — and 5-2 overall. Glenwood falls out of contention at 1-3 in district play and 3-4 overall. Meanwhile, Harlan handed Lewis Central its first district loss with a 24-14 victory in a battle for first place.

Perry defeated Atlantic 4827 in a game involving teams at the bottom of the standings, and ADM traveled out of the district in a 45-28 loss to Newton. So, while Harlan leads the district at 4-0, LC and ADM are tied for second at 3-1, with Creston/O-M fourth at 3-2. LC still has games against Glenwood and Creston/O-M, while ADM faces Perry and Harlan. If Creston/O-M beats LC, a possible logjam of teams at 4-2 could come down to the point differential tiebreaker to determine placings, if none of the teams own victories over each of the others. This week, the Panthers play a non-district game at home against Winterset (3-

4), a 56-37 loser Friday to Oskaloosa.

Fast start The Panthers set the tone early Friday night by scoring on their first play from scrimmage. Taking a direct snap, Trevor Frain bolted 55 yards on a trap play for the game’s first touchdown. Frain was alone in the backfield taking a direct snap, as quarterback Brandon Phipps went in motion. That action left a hole in the Rams’ defense. “They were in man coverage, and when Brandon went outside, their middle linebacker chased him,” Frain said. “So, they had no linebackers there at all. I had a hole I could get three people through.”

Both Frain and Phipps said the play was successful despite a mixup at the line of scrimmage. “Some linemen were asking, was it 31 trap or 30 trap?” Phipps said. “So, they ended up blocking the wrong way. But the middle was wide open. Coach (Darrell) Frain made a good call.” From that point on, Glenwood was playing from behind the entire night. Frain also scored on a 15yard run and 15-yard pass from Phipps as the Panthers took a 21-0 lead. He went left on the short-yardage “tank” formation behind lead blockers Adam Baker and Wyatt Thompson, and used some deception for the pass reception.

Chiefs rolling KANSAS CITY — The Kansas City Chiefs defense had 10 sacks and three interceptions in a 24-7 win over the Oakland Raiders, improving the Chiefs to 6-0. Jamaal Charles rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns while Alex Smith passed for 128 yards. All three Pryor interceptions led to Kansas City points including Husain Abduallah’s 44-yard return for a touchdown for the final margin. Pryor threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Denarius Moore that gave Oakland (2-4) a 7-0 lead in the second quarter. The Chiefs snapped a six-game home losing streak to the Raiders and are 6-0 for the first time since a 9-0 start in 2003.  The Chiefs did it in front of a crowd that set the world record for loudest outdoor arena.

“Everybody flew to the pitch man (Adam Baker),” Phipps said. “It was a naked (bootleg) and Frain just chip blocked for a second and then was wide open. They had a guy blitzing.” It became 28-0 on a 5-yard run by Baker, the first of his three touchdowns. Baker finished with 140 yards rushing on 17 carries. He later scored on runs of 66 and 24 yards. “On the 66-yarder, right when he hit the hole I just threw my arms up in the air,” Phipps said. “I knew that was a touchdown. That 25 kid (Spencer Smith) was fast for them, and he outran Please see PANTHERS, page 7A

Intense Panthers understood consequences By LARRY PETERSON

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Creston/O-M senior Maxx Walters had a busy night, covering Glenwood’s deep passing threat (Brandon Bichel) and running pass routes for the Panther offense. But there was work done before the Panthers even took the field, Walters said, to set the mindset of urgency felt by this year’s seniors. A loss likely would knock Creston/O-M out of the playoff hunt.

Cowboys win ARLINGTON, Texas — Dwayne Harris returned a punt 86 yards for a touchdown and set up another score with a 90-yard kickoff return as the Dallas Cowboys handed Robert Griffin III his first loss in his home state with a 3116 victory against the Washington Redskins on Sunday night. Tony Romo had just 170 yards passing a week after getting 506 in a wild 51-48 loss to Denver. That’s because Harris had 222 total return yards and Kyle Wilber forced and recovered a fumble on a sack of Griffin that left the Cowboys needing just 3 yards for a clinching score in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys (3-3) gave owner Jerry Jones a win on his 71st birthday over the Redskins (1-4).

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Creston/O-M’s Bryce Briley (82) escapes his last Ram defender as he returns a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown after Glenwood had closed the Panther lead to 28-14 in the third quarter. Briley also had a pass interception in the Panthers’ 49-21 victory.

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Wolverines clip Cardinals in district win By JAKE WADDINGHAM

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GREENFIELD — Nodaway Valley kept the clock rolling here Friday night with a grinding ground game, defeating Treynor 35-16 in Class 1A District 8 action. The Wolverines carried the ball 54 times for 256 yards. Senior runningback Zach Brewer handled a majority of the carries, rushing for 242 yards. “That’s what we want to do, establish that run first, grind clock,” said NV head coach Steve Shantz. “If we have to, we can throw the ball a little bit.” Brewer found the end zone from 3 yards out to cap off Nodaway Valley’s first offensive possession in the contest, 7-0. He came back late in the second quarter to push the Wolverines ahead by another touchdown, but a missed extra point attempt left NV leading Treynor 13-0. “Their offensive and defensive lines really executed well,” said Treynor head coach Steve Owens. “They had sound technique and they were more physical.” The Cardinals were able to drive into field goal range with 25 seconds remaining in the first half. Ben Chapin punched it through the uprights to put Treynor on the board before halftime, 13-3. “It was one of those team defense type things where we wanted to make sure we got the edge taken care of,” Shantz said.

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Nodaway Valley running back Zach Brewer (21) breaks a tackle Friday night against Treynor. The senior carried the ball 38 times and rushed for 242 yards in the 35-16 win.

While the ground game was the core of NV’s strategy, quarterback Jackson Lamb was able to connect with TJ Bower and Baley Shantz for drive-saving pass plays. Bower averaged 21.3 yards per catch and totaled 64 yards. B a l e y Shantz went for 26 yards and a Bower touchd o w n grab. Lamb finished 6-of-9 passing for 114 yards. “Bower just went up and got them,” Shantz said.

Brewer scored his third and fourth touchdowns of the game in the third and fourth quarters, highlighted by a 48-yard rush to increase the lead to 35-3. Shantz said the defense did a good job shutting down the Cardinals’ big playmakers, Dane Livengood and Trey Robinson. Treynor pieced together two touchdown drives. Robinson went 18-yards for a score with 4:12 remaining in the game. The late scores did not threaten the Wolverine lead, however, and NV earned the 35-16 win. The Wolverines improved to 4-1 in Class 1A District 8 play this season and 4-3 overall. They face

a tough opponent next week, hosting Council Bluff St. Albert, the district leader at 4-0 in the district. The Falcons are 7-0 this season and they are coming off of a 31-12 victory over Red Oak. While the top four teams advance to a spot in the playoffs, a win over St. Alberts would give the Wolverines a chance to share or win the district title.

Nodawy Valley 35, Treynor 16 Treynor 0 3 0 13 - 16 NV 7 6 8 14 - 35 1st quarter NV — Zach Brewer 3 run (Zach Plymesser kick), 5:34 2nd quarter NV — Brewer 2 run (Kick failed), 4:47 T — Ben Chapin 31 field goal, :25

3rd quarter NV — Brewer 11 run (TJ Bower pass from Jackson Lamb), 7:34 4th quarter NV — Baley Shantz 2 pass from Lamb (Plymesser kick), 10:01 NV — Brewer 48 run (Plymesser kick), 7:16 T — Trey Robinson 18 run (Kick failed), 4:12 T — Jason Hiebner 10 pass from Nathan Hill (Chapin kick), :57 Individual leaders Rushing: NV - Zach Brewer 38-242, Josh Allsup 9-21, Brennen Weiland 3-11. T Trey Robinson 16-80, Dane Livengood 17-54. Passing: NV - Jackson Lamb 6-9-1 for 114 yards. T Robinson 3-12-0 for 26 yards, Nathan Hill 2-4-1 for 39 yards. Receiving: NV - TJ Bower 3-64, Baley Shantz 2-26, Brewer 1-24. T - Brett Daley 2-33, Jason Hiebner 1-16. Tackles (solo-assists): NV Bower 5-1, Tanner Armstrong 3-2, Zach Plymesser 3-3, Jaydn Erlandson 3-3.


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Area football Mount Ayr 34, Central Decatur 13 LEON — Mount Ayr forced seven Central Decatur turnovers, helping the Raiders to a 34-13 win over the Cardinals here on Friday. The Raiders picked off CD sophomore quarterback Peyton Pedersen five times and also recovered two fumbles. The five interceptions give Mount Ayr 18 for the season, breaking the school’s single season record. Erik Freed picked Pedersen off three times, while Dolecheck finished with two interceptions, giving him seven for the season, which places him tied for second in Class 1A. “Our defensive secondary is doing a fantastic job,” cohead coach Delwyn Showalter said. “Coach Rinehart and coach Weeda have really worked those guys hard. They’re making some phenomenal plays.” Dolecheck also caught two touchdown passes in the game — one from Jacob Sobotka and one from Jacob Taylor — leading the team with three catches for 102 yards. Freed led the team in rushing with 78 yards, while Riley Weehler picked up 63 yards on the ground. Weehler led the defense with 10 total tackles, while Cody Stackhouse and Caleb Schnoor each finished with nine total tackles. Stackhouse had two sacks, while Tucker Winemiller and Joe Ricker each recorded one sack, as well. Mount Ayr, now 6-1 overall and 3-1 in Class 1A District 7, hosts Ogden on Friday for the team’s senior night and Pink Out event. The game also has big implications for district seeding, as the winner will move into sole possession of second place for the time being.

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Mount Ayr 34, Central Decatur 13 MA 14 13 7 0 - 34 CD 0 7 0 6 - 13 1st quarter MA — Erik Freed 4 run (Zach Vanderflught kick), 6:51 MA — Riley Weehler 1 run (Vanderflught kick), 6:14 2nd quarter MA — Lincoln Martin 3 run (Vanderflught kick), 11:02 CD — Kyle Palmer 52 pass from Peyton Pedersen (Sydney Smith kick), 9:34 MA — Kyle Dolecheck 59 pass from Jacob Sobotka (Kick failed), 3:28 3rd quarter MA — Dolecheck 27 pass from Jacob Taylor (Vanderflught kick), 5:34 4th quarter CD — Trenton Wells 50 pass from Pedersen (Kick failed), 3:56 Individual leaders Rushing: MA - Erik Freed 14-78, Riley Weehler 9-63, Lincoln Martin 4-44, Cody Stackhouse 12-24, Jacob Sobotka 5-22, Caleb Schnoor 3-13, Grant Staats 3-6, Jacob Taylor 2-4. CD - Trenton Wells 7-16, Peyton Gilbert 6-15, Wyman Reed 3-9. Passing: MA - Jacob Sobotka 4-7-0 for 69 yards, Jacob Taylor 5-13-0 for 92 yards. CD - Peyton Pedersen 11-27-5 for 227 yards. Receiving: MA Kyle Dolecheck 3-102, Lincoln Martin 3-36, Grant Staats 2-15, Riley Weehler 1-8. CD - Trenton Wells 4-131, Kyle Palmer 2-60, Daniel Weir 2-36. Tackles (solo-assists): MA - Riley Weehler (3-7), Cody Stackhouse (3-6), Caleb Schnoor (2-7), Joe Ricker (3-2), Jacob Taylor (2-1), Kyle Dolecheck (3-0), Logan Stark (0-3), Grant Staats (3-0), Tucker Winemiller (1-2), Mason Mercer (2-1), Jake Ricker (1-2), Jacob Sobotka (1-1), Lincoln Martin (1-1), Lincoln Lutrick (0-2).

Exira/EHK 68, Southwest Valley 13 CORNING — Exira/ EHK showed why it’s the No. 1 team in the state for Eight-Man here on Friday, rolling through Southwest Valley, 68-13. The combination of Trey Sander and Drew Peppers proved to be tough to stop, as the pair combined for 311 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. Sander also had punt returns of 64 and 60 yards for touchdowns.

“They’re a very good football team,” Southwest Valley head coach Kent Bass said. “Not a lot of weaknesses. Our overall effort early was up to our liking, but on a snap for snap consistency basis, they were just better than we were.” The Spartans held a powerful Southwest Valley rushing attack to just 114 yards on the ground, led by Jordan Stuart’s 55 yards. Zach Barton added 30 yards. They each punched one into the end zone for a touchdown in the loss. “As the playoffs approach, a game like this shows in a playoff atmosphere, every mistake is magnified,” Bass said. “Good teams are going to take advantage of mistakes every time, so limit mistakes.” Southwest Valley (5-2 overall and 4-1 in EightMan District 8) travels to Fremont-Mills (6-1, 5-0) in a game that could potentially cause a three-way tie atop the district standings with a Southwest Valley win. “A big game in the district, obviously,” Bass said. “Fremont has some big, physical kids again. We’ve got to make sure we do our job and trust the kid next to us to do his.”

Exira/EHK 68, Southwest Valley 13 E/EHK 21 27 14 6 - 68 SWV 0 0 6 7 - 13 1st quarter E — Trey Sander 60 run (Kick successful), 8:22 E — Drew Peppers 52 run (Kick successful), 6:48 E — Peppers 42 run (Kick successful), 3:24 2nd quarter E — Sander 64 punt return (Kick successful), 9:12 E — Sander 23 run (Kick successful), 8:15 E — Nick Peppers 39 interception return (Kick successful), 4:39 E — Sander 16 run (Kick failed), 1:00 3rd quarter E — Drew Peppers 15 run (Kick failed), 9:23 SWV — Jordan Stuart 28 run (2-pt. failed), 5:26 E — Sander 60 punt return (2-pt. successful), :10 4th quarter

SWV — Zach Barton 12 run (Ryan Carlson kick), 9:30 E — Drew Buckholdt 3 run (2-pt. failed), 4:43 Individual leaders Rushing: E - Drew Peppers 10-138, Trey Sander 7-174, Drew Buckholdt 8-38. SWV - Jordan Stuart 10-55, Zach Barton 10-30, Tyler Bissell 8-10, Gunnar McCuen 3-7, Jerad Shires 1-3, Preston Fleharty 2-8. Passing: E - Drew Peppers 1-4-0 for 7 yards. SWV - Jordan Stuart 3-8-1 for 50 yards, Colby Cooper 1-1-0 for 2 yards. Receiving: E - Bret Johnson 1-7. SWV - Kallan Schmelzer 2-27, Nick Spring 1-13, Preston Fleharty 1-2. Tackles (solo-assists): SWV - Kallan Schmelzer (4-2), Zach Barton (3-1), Clint Mullen (3-1), Gunnar McCuen (3-0), Keegan Longabaugh (4-2), Ryan Carlson (1-1), Nick Spring (1-1), Cody McMann (2-1), Buck Schafroth (2-0), Cody Steinbach (2-0).

Mormon Trail 30, East Union 12 GARDEN GROVE — East Union had success with its run game here Friday, but just couldn’t find the end zone often enough to keep pace with Mormon Trail in a 30-12 loss. Trevor Barnett carried 26 times for 110 yards, while Mike Ward and Cole Campbell added 52 and 51 yards, respectively. Campbell scored two touchdowns on the ground for the Eagles, now 2-6 overall and 1-4 in Eight Man District 6. “We have done a lot of rushing,” East Union head coach Steve Kinyon said. “The problem is, when you rush, you don’t always get that quick score you need. We were pounding the ball, and just couldn’t get the ball in the end zone.” Mormon Trail built a 22-6 lead by halftime and held on in the second half for the 3012 win. Jakob Horton carried the ball 26 times for 205 yards and four touchdowns for Mormon Trail, which improves to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in District 6. Mike Ward led the Eagles

with 16 total tackles, including three solo tackles for loss and one solo sack. Barnett and Brandon Wittstock each recorded 11 total tackles. Kyle Seales recovered a fumble. “The played hard,” Kinyon said about his team. “I watched the film about three times now and it just comes back to little things, and we’ll have to do the little things in order to get better. That’s what it amounts to.” East Union hosts Murray (6-2, 4-1) on Friday. “They have a pretty good rushing attack,” Kinyon said. “Their special teams are really good. We have to be ready for that.”

Mormon Trail 30, East Union 12 Individual leaders Rushing: EU - Trevor Barnett 26-110, Mike Ward 16-52, Cole Campbell 15-51. MT - Jakob Horton 26-205, Andrew Reed 10-51, Joe Minnick 2-24. Passing: EU - Cole Campbell 2-7-1 for 3 yards. MT - Kelton Stansberry 0-4-0 for 0 yards. Receiving: EU - Jesse Akers 1-2, Mike Ward 1-1. Tackles (solo-assists): EU - Mike Ward (4-12), Brandon Wittstock (5-6), Trevor Barnett (3-8), Tyler Kelley (2-3), Brogan Kinyon (2-3), Garrett Oliver (0-5), Kyle Seales (1-4), Devon Anderson (2-0), Cole Campbell (1-1), Mason Gossman (0-2), Cole Oliver (1-1).

Murray 51, Colo-Nesco 18 MURRAY — Murray stayed in contention for second place in Eight-Man District 6 with a 51-18 victory over Colo-Nesco to close out the home portion of the regular season Friday. Murray improved to 6-2 overall and 4-1 in district play, while Colo-Nesco fell to 2-6 and 2-4. It was the final regular season appearance at Mustang Field for seniors Cole Weir, Tyler Cashman, Collin Titus, Alex Shaw, Sam Rockhold, Andrew Rider, George Barber and man-

ager Dakota Matlage. Rider surpassed 1,000 yards rushing in a season for the second time in his career. He had 1,072 yards as a sophomore and 851 last year when his season was cut short by injury. Rider rushed for 169 yards and four touchdowns on 14 carries. Seth Nerness carried 10 times for 82 yards and two TDs. Rockhold opened the scoring with a 40-yard run. “It wasn’t our sharpest game of the year, but we ran the ball well and the victory kept us in position to capture second place in the district,” said coach Keith Shields. Thane Simmons mixed in 64 yards passing on 6-of-11 with no interceptions. Leading the defensive charge was Barber with 14 total tackles, including seven for losses and a quarterback sack. Nerness had two tackles for losses with a fumble recovery, and Rockhold had nine tackles with an interception. “Other than one long run in the first quarter, our defense did a great job of stopping the Colo-Nesco offense in the first half,” Shields said. “They had one 58-yard run, but only had 54 yards of offense on 25 plays the rest of the half. Our run defense played well in the second half, giving up 38 yards on 21 carries.” The Mustangs play at East Union (2-6, 1-4) this week. Murray 51, Colo-Nesco 18 C-N 6 0 0 14 - 18 Murray 13 17 14 7 - 51 1st quarter M — Sam Rockhold 40 run (kick failed), 10:03 M — Andrew Rider 7 run (Brandon Short kick), 6:28 C — Taylor Hills 58 run (run failed), 5:15 2nd quarter M — Rider 41 run (Short kick), 6:46

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him.” Frain finished with 67 yards rushing on seven carries. While the Panthers relied mostly on a running attack and special teams plays, Phipps finished 6-of8 passing for 48 yards and one TD.

Ram catalyst Quarterback Corey Bertini was the catalyst for the Rams, compiling 160 yards rushing and two touchdowns and also passing for 155 yards and a TD. But, right after his second TD cut the Panther lead to

28-14 in the third quarter, Bryce Briley fielded the Glenwood kickoff and raced 95 yards up the left side for a touchdown to make it Briley 35-14. “There was a seam up the left side,” Briley said. “I didn’t look back or anything. I didn’t want anyone to catch me.” Later in the third quarter, Tayler Pettit pressured Bertini on two consecutive

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Linebacker Gavin Leith (8) of Creston/O-M returns an interception in the second half of Creston/O-M’s 49-21 victory Friday. The Rams had 393 yards of total offense, but suffered from two interceptions and a lost fumble. Leith also had 10 total tackles and a fumble recovery.

plays, followed by an interception by Gavin Leith. On the very next play from scrimmage, Baker raced 66 yards to make it 42-14. Baker’s 24-yard TD scamper in the f o u r t h Baker quarter accounted for the final score at 49-21 after Bertini had thrown to Gage Shatava for a touchdown. Briley also had an interception and 22-yard return in the game. Frain had 17 total tackles and Levi Eblen, switching from outside linebacker to inside linebacker in the absence of Eblen Seth Maitlen from injury, accounted for 15 total tackles. Head coach Brian Morrison said Eblen was a quick study at the new position, as Seth Maitlen was held out with an ankle injury. It was a tough task, as this Ram offense posted 38 points against ADM and 24 against district leader Harlan. “We had a kid who had an hour and a half to learn how to play inside linebacker, and I thought he did a heck of a job,” Mor-

rison said. “Especially against that run game. Every game they’ve played has a been a track meet. They’re explosive. Our job was to keep the ball in front of us, and I thought we did a good job of that.” Conner Pals was 7-of-7 on extra points to successfully cap all of the Panther scoring drives. Morrison said it was a good night for the offense, as well. “Our offensive game plan was right on,” he said. “Our assistants did a heck of a job throughout the week, coaching our kids up, and the kids executed tonight. Our kids played smart and played hard.”

No letdown After each of the scores while building a 28-0 lead during the first half, the coaches stepped up their intensity to remind the players to maintain their focus, saying “(play like) it’s 0-0!” “We’re trying to not change the mindset of our players,” Morrison said. “We tell them not to relax, because when you relax bad things happen. That’s a mentality we’re trying to teach.” On the other side of the field, Glenwood coach Cory Faust was disappointed. The 1997 graduate of Nodaway Valley, a highly successful coach at AHST before taking over the Rams, said everyone in the program has to get better.

Panther summary Creston/O-M 49, Glenwood 21 Points by quarter Glenwood 0 7 14 0 — 21 Creston/O-M 7 21 14 7 — 49 SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter C/O-M — Trevor Frain 55 run (Conner Pals kick), 9:02 Second Quarter C/O-M — Frain 15 run (Pals kick), 7:06 C/O-M — Frain 15 pass from Brandon Phipps (Pals kick), 6:40 C/O-M — Adam Baker 5 run (Pals kick), 3:18 G — Corey Bertini 1 run (Brandon Bichel kick), :31 Third Quarter G — Bertini 48 run (Bichel kick), 8:25 C/O-M — Bryce Briley 95 kickoff return (Pals kick), 8:07 C/O-M — Baker 66 run (Pals kick), 3:21 G — Gage Shatava 25 pass from Bertini (Bichel kick), :25 Fourth Quarter C/O-M — Baker 24 run (Pals kick), 3:15 ————— TEAM STATISTICS Glen C/O-M First downs 23 13 Rushes-yards 52-238 35-258 Passing yards 155 48 Total yards 393 306 Punts-avg. 3-40.3 3-35.0 Return yards 48 193 Fumbles-lost 4-1 0-0 Penalties-yards 5-65 6-73 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — C/O-M: Adam Baker 17-140, Trevor Frain 7-67, Brandon Phipps 7-47, Conner Pals 1-4. Glen: Corey Bertini 23-160, Spencer Smith 13-45, Gage Shatava 7-33, Logan McCorkle 2-8, Zach Kirkpatrick 2-7. PASSING — C/O-M: Phipps 6-8-0 for 48 yards. Glen: Bertini 13-22-2 for 155 yards. RECEIVING — C/O-M: Jesse Rathe 3-19, Frain 2-18, Maxx Walters 1-11. Glen: Shatava 3-36, Cob Baker 2-25, Brandon Bichel 3-22, McCorkle 1-17, Smith 1-10. PUNTS-AVG. — C/O-M: Gavin Leith 3-35.0. Glen: Bichel 3-40.5. TACKLE LEADERS (solo-assists) — C/O-M: Trevor Frain 5-12, Levi Eblen 4-11, Leith 2-8, J. Rathe 3-6, Bryce Briley 5-4, Alex Chapman 1-6, Jordan Thompson 0-6, Baker 0-5, Cory Rathe 0-5, Walters 2-1, Cameron Leith 0-3, Jake Miller 0-3, Spencer Wray 0-2, Tayler Pettit 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS — Leith 1, Briley 1. PASS BREAKUPS — Frain 1, Walters 1. FUMBLE RECOVERIES — Leith 1. TACKLES FOR LOSS (YARDS) — Pettit 1-6, J. Rathe 1-5. SACKS — Pettit 1.

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AREA: Continued from page 6A M — Rider 12 run (Short kick), 1:11 M — Short 29 FG, :14 3rd quarter M — Rider 29 run (Short kick), 9:42 M — Seth Nerness 26 run (Short kick), 5:22 4th quarter

C — Blake Stevens 7 pass from Hill (pass failed), 6:26 M — Nerness 12 run (Short kick), 5:15 C — Zach Jamison 18 pass from Hill (run failed), 3:04. Individual leaders Rushing: M - Andrew Rider 14-169, Seth Nerness 10-82, Sam Rockhold 1-40, Matt Barnes 3-18, Thane Simmons 5-3, Dylan Callstrom 3-1. C-N - Taylor

Hill 23-76, Blake Stevens 8-39, Clayton Bryan 6-14, Grant Tiarks 3-4, Dacian Wilson 1-4. Passing: M - Thane Simmons 6-11-0 for 64 yards. C-N - Hill 4-11-1 for 56 yards; Wilson 1-2-0 for 9 yards. Receiving: M - Sam Rockhold 3-26, Barnes 3-38. C-N - Evan Webb 2-25, Zach Jamison 1-18, Clayton Bryan 1-15, Blake Stevens 1-7.

Tackles (solo-assists): M George Barber 10-4, Barnes 7-4, S. Rockhold 5-4, Nerness 3-5, Rider 6-3. Tackles for losses: M - Barber 7, Nerness 2, Barnes 1. Sacks: M - Barber 1. Fumble recoveries: M Nerness 1. Interceptions: M - S. Rockhold 1.

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“It means everything to us,” Walters said. “This team is family. We knew the consequences if we lost. There were heart-to-heart talks in the locker room. We said, play for us, but play for yourselves, too. You’re never going to get this back.” Phipps said the seniors have talked for years about making a playoff run. The program’s postseason appearances the past two years have ended in open-

ing-round defeats. “We’ve all had this dream of being state champions,” quarterback Brandon Phipps said, “and one step is making the playoffs. We’ve had a couple of tough games. Last week (34-7 loss at Harlan) kind of lit a fire under us, really. It motivated us to come out and show that we’re not a bad team. We’re a dang good team when we play together, and that’s what we did.” Coach Brian Morrison said the team is overcom-

Spartans 3-1 at DMACC Invite BOONE — Southwestern’s volleyball team continued its winning ways with a 3-1 mark at the DMACC Invitational over the weekend. On Friday the Spartans defeated Highland (Kan.) 25-18, 25-8, 25-21 before sweeping Kishwaukee (Ill.) 25-21, 25-11, 25-11. No. 2-ranked Parkland (Ill.) Community College defeated SWCC Saturday, 25-18, 25-13, 23-25, 25-18. The Spartans finished the event victorious over North Dakota School of Science 25-15, 25-20, 25-17. The Spartans take a 23-9 season record against Grand View JV tonight here. Coach Melissa Blessington said her team played good volleyball over the weekend. “This was a very good weekend for us,” Blessington said. “Playing Parkland was a great experience for our girls, to see that we can ply with teams like that. This tournament was a good measuring stick for us.

Last year we went 0-4 against many of the same teams. Our girls felt good about their play and I know we are going to keep fighting to get better.”

SWCC 3, Highland (Kan.) 0 Digs — Molly Schimp 21, Janaya Fox 16. Setting (assists) — Cassidy Yong 31. Hitting (kills) — Mel Mangrum 8, Alex Duffy 8, Shelby Sullivan 7, Allyson Kocour 6, Jenna Casey 5. Serving (aces) — Ashley Strong 11-12 (1). SWCC 3, Kishwaukee (Ill.) 0 Digs — Schimp 19, Strong 11, Fox 8. Setting (assists) — C. Yong 30. Hitting (kills) — Casey 11, Mangrum 8. Serving (aces) — C. Yong 16-16 (5), Strong 10-10 (2). Blocks — Duffy 3. Parkland (Ill.) 3, SWCC 0 Digs — Schimp 17, C. Yong 14, Strong 11, Fox 11. Hitting (kills) — Kocour 11, Fox 10, Sullivan 6, Mangrum 6. Serving (aces) — Fox 13-14 (1). Blocks — Duffy 3, Sullivan 3, Mangrum 3. SWCC 3, N. Dakota Science 0 Digs — Schimp 11, Strong 8, Serena Yong 7. Setting (assists) — C. Yong 32. Hitting (kills) — Sullivan 8, Duffy 8, Casey 7, Mangrum 6. Serving (aces) — Strong 13-15 (3), C. Yong 22-24 (5), Fox 12-14 (2). Blocks — Mangrum 5, Sullivan 4.

ing some midseason injuries. But, players like Alex Nielsen and Seth Maitlen are on the mend, preparing to play in the district finale against Lewis Central, if not earlier in the last regular season home game against Winterset. “We had a great week of practice and we practiced without pads,” Morrison said. “That helped. We were fresh tonight. We were dinged up across the board. I told the kids, at this point last year we were losing kids to season-ending

injuries. This year we’re going to get kids back. We’re 5-2 and we couldn’t be happier with this win tonight.” Walters called the 4921 win “a total confidence booster.” Phipps said there are still accomplishments to shoot for in the upcoming two weeks. “The LC game is huge for us,” Phipps said. “We just need to go out (this week) and keep getting better. We want to get the number two seed and play at home in the playoffs.”

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Sat. Oct. 19- 10:00AM Creston, IA. Real Estate, Household, Collectibles and Misc. for Pauline J. Dunn Estate. Auctioneers: Tom Frey, Darwin West, Todd Crill. Sun. Oct. 20- 11:00AM Creston, IA. Tools, Household, Furniture, Antiques & Collectibles for Daniels, Fils, Goodrich families and others. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill, Steve Bergren. Sun. Oct. 27- 11:00AM Lenox, IA. Furniture & Antiques, Tools, Toys & Misc. for Beverly Stream. Auctioneers: Jack Kretzinger, Dan Kretzinger, Tony Douglas. Advertise your auction in the CNA Classifieds and we will include it in our “Auction Calendar.”

Cromwell Congregational United Church of Christ

Annual God’s Portion Dinner and Sale Saturday, October 19, 2013

Donations from: Adams Street Espresso, Afton Co-Op, Akin, American Family Insurance, Bailey Family, Barker Implement, Buxton Spraying, Creston Automotive, Curves, Fareway, Farm & Home, Ferarra Candy Company, Fireside Bar & Grill-Diagonal, Hometown Insurance, Hy-Vee, John Judd/Delores Doench, Kelly’s Flowers, Mary Brunner, Maurices, Napa, Pampered Puppies, Pioneer, Schweser’s, Sharon Bennett, Shear Styling, Stalker Chevrolet, Sweet Desires-Corning, Teresa’s Floral, Titan Equipment, Tony Allen, True Value, Up In Smoke, Upper Crust Bakery, VanGelder Clothing, Wenzig Construction, and more to come. Cromwell Quilters: (1) Queen and (1) King size quilt

Contact Sandy Allison Creston News Advertiser, 641-782-2141 x222

For a complete listing check out: http://tinyurl.com/gpd2013

Join our Health Care Team

Join our Health Care Team Advanced Systems Engineer

Clinic LPN/CMA Duties include, but are not limited to: placing patients in examination rooms, ascertaining pertinent medical history, obtaining vitals, preparing and prepping charts, collecting pertinent testing in advance, assisting in scheduling, and assisting provider as needed. Additional duties include backing up other nursing staff, backing up FullasTime - 36 hours per week lab and other duties assigned. Apply online at www.madisonhealth.com Full Time – 72 hours online at www.madisonhealth.com 300 W.Apply Hutchings St., Winterset, Iowa 50273

The Advanced Systems Engineer’s role is to ensure proper computer operation so that end users can accomplish business tasks. This includes actively resolving escalated end user help requests within established SLAs. Problem resolution may involve the use of diagnostic and help request tracking tools, as well as require that the individual giveFull in-person, Time - 36hands-on hours perhelp weekat the desktop level. Project management as needed. Apply online at www.madisonhealth.com Full Time – 80 hours online at www.madisonhealth.com 300 W.Apply Hutchings St., Winterset, Iowa 50273

MCHCS is an equal opportunity employer

300 W. Hutchings St., Winterset, Iowa 50273

MCHCS is an equal opportunity employer

MCHCS is an equal opportunity employer

MCHCS is an equal opportunity employer

MCHCS HW Clinic LPNCMA

MCHCS HW Advanced Systems Engineer 3x4 10/15 The Shopper; 10/16 The Madisonian Tim L

300 W. Hutchings St., Winterset, Iowa 50273

MAINTENANCE 3x4 MECHANIC 10/15 The Shopper; 10/16 The Madisonian Tim L

Inserter Position Opening

is currently accepting applications for MAINTENANCE MECHANICS for our 2nd and 3rd shift operations. Employee will be responsible for performing equipment repairs, inspections, information research, and general plant maintenance. Must have a minimum of 2 years previous maintenance experience in a manufacturing facility. Experience with baggers and scales is a plus. Familiarity with computers and strong electrical and mechanical knowledge/experience is required. Welding and fabrication experience a plus. Must be able to read schematics and have the ability to use test equipment including voltmeters and ampmeters. Candidates with PLC knowledge preferred. Must be willing and able to work overtime as needed including weekends. Excellent wage and benefit package. Send resume or apply in person to:

Ferrara Candy Company

Attention: Human Resources 500 Industrial Parkway, Creston, Iowa 50801

We are looking for someone to fill a full time position in our case management program. The program coordinates community services to help seniors remain in their own homes. • Bachelor’s degree in human services field; or currently licensed Registered Nurse; Can substitute up to two years of full-time work experience involving direct contact with people in overcoming social, economic, psychological or health problems in a human service field for two years of educational requirement. • Must be able to work well with others and possess good oral and written communication and organizational skills. Experience in working with the elderly, a knowledge of community resources and the ability to speak Spanish a strong plus. • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, auto insurance and be able to travel in and outside of our service area, as job requires. • Must have a good working knowledge of computers and common programs, (i.e. Word, Outlook, Excel and Access). • Successfully pass a Criminal background and Dependent Adult Abuse check before hire.

This position offers life insurance, medical, paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave and IPERS. Salary will be based on experience. Please send, fax or email your resumé to:

Bazaar open at 2:30 p.m. (new start time) Lots of baked goods, candies, pies and canned goods. Handmade items to include: baby bath towels, teddy bears, aprons, tie quilts, walker/wheelchair bags, backpacks with doll in pocket. Come expecting lots more!! Dinner • 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Roast Beef, Ham Balls and all the fixin’s adults $8.00 • age 5-11 $3.00 • under 5 free Auction • 6:30 p.m. (new start time)

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109 N. Elm Creston, IA 50801

Phone 641-782-4040 Fax 641-782-4519 Email: SMcDonald@connectionsaaa.org A Equal Opportunity Employer/EOE/AA

RECEPTIONIST/ ACCOUNTING CLERK Creston Publishing Company, publishers of the Creston News Advertiser, The SW Iowa Advertiser, the Osceola Sentinel Tribune and The Advertiser, is seeking an Accounting! Circulation clerk -Receptionist to work in the front office. This is a 25-hour per week position in our Osceola, Iowa office. Responsibilities of the position include: daily cash drawer reconciliation and bank deposits, data entry of classified ads, circulation duties, customer service/front desk reception, mail sorting and mail delivery to the local post office. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma, or equivalent, with basic computer skills, valid drivers license and insurance, acceptable driving record and reliable vehicle. Must possess good communication skills, be highly accurate and detail oriented and able to handle a variety of tasks while adhering to daily deadlines. Previous accounting experience preferred. Typical hours are five days per week (M/T/W/T/F); 9 am to 2 pm, 25 hours per work week. The chosen candidate will be subject to pre-employment background, driving record checks and drug screening. Interested candidates please pick up an application or send their resume to:

Creston Publishing Company Attention: Human Resources PO Box 126 503 W. Adams Street Creston, IA 50801

Creston Publishing Company is a Drug Free Employer. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, background check and driver’s check. This posting may not include all duties of the position.

Creston Publishing Company has a part-time inserter position available in our mailroom. Must be able to work flexible hours, Monday through Friday. Job responsibilities include putting printed advertising materials into our papers, stacking papers, bundling papers, helping package all products for delivery and distribution.

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We are looking for a reliable team player. Must be able to move/lift 35-pound bundles of newspapers/preprints for extended periods of time. Position requires repetitive lifting, bending, and standing for extended periods. Position also requires the ability to work under deadline pressure and to follow detailed instructions. Interested candidates can please stop in and fill out an application or send their resume to: Creston Publishing Company Attn: Rose Henry PO Box 126 503 W. Adams Street Creston, IA 50801 Creston Publishing Company is a Drug Free Employer. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, background check and physical.

No Phone Calls Please Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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Accountant

Roofing

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)

RooF-TECh INC., Residential -metal and asphalt roofing. Commercial seamless fluid applied membranes. FRee estimates, call 800-289-6895 or 641-782-5554 or go online at www.rooftech.us.

Backhoe & Bulldozer

Siding & Windows

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.

Backhoe Service

Sow Farm Technician Job sites located near Diagonal, Lenox and Thayer This full-time position is responsible for the daily care, health, and maintenance of all animals at the worksite. Each technician is a vital member of a team of 10-12 people all dedicated to providing excellent animal care. This entry level opportunity provides hands-on experience in many of the following areas: animal movements, breeding and gestation, farrowing, recordkeeping and farm maintenance. The ideal candidate will have a desire to work with pigs, a willingness to learn, a high level of dependability and a solid work history. This position offers: • All necessary training and certifications • Base salary starting at $23,000 with potential for quarterly bonuses • Eligibility to apply for the Manager In Training program after six months employment • Full benefits: health, dental, vision, 401(k), Flex spending • Paid holidays, sick days and vacation • Adventureland and Iowa State Fair Family Days • Get hired and refer a friend — we have a $1,560 Employee Referral Bonus! Apply online at www.iowaselect.com, call 641-347-5065 or stop by 101 North Douglas in Afton to complete an application.

Iowa Select Farms is an equal opportunity employer.

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.

Specializing in sewer, water & tile Replacelines! New construction and repairs, wESTMAN wINDowS. Creston & Afton areas. Tom McGuire ment windows tilt for easy cleaning and rebates bays, bows, sliders, etc. 641-344-0530. Any custom size and shape, 30+ in Creston. I sell, service and Computer Repair years install, for no-pressure estimate call VINE STREET CoMPUTER SoLU- Charlie westman 641-782-4590 or TIoNS. 1205 North Vine Street, 641-344-5523. 641-780-5760 12 years experience. Reasonable & Quality PC bowMAN SIDING & wINDowS. All repair and tutoring. major brands of vinyl and steel siding, Traco and Revere thermal Consignment Store Heartland, replacement windows. Recipient of Too GooD To bE ThREw. the Revere Premium Renovator Award. 114 N. Maple, Creston, IA Mens, Seamless guttering and Leaf Relief Womens, Childrens Clothing & Home gutter covers. 33 years of continuous Decor. Tue.-Fri. 10AM-5:30PM, Sat. reliable service in Southwest Iowa, free estimates, 641-322-5160 9AM-2PM 515-473-1126 or 1-800-245-0337.

Glass QUALITY GLASS Co. Automotive, Storage home, business and farm. Commercial lock service and ShARP’S SELF-SToRAGE Boats, trailer sales. hwy 34 East, in records, inventory, furniture. Creston 641-782-5155 You store it, lock it, take the key. Industrial Park, Creston, Plumber 641-782-6227. SChRoEDER PLUMbING and ELECTRICAL. Central air repair/ new installations, new breaker boxes, lighting fixtures, softeners, water heaters. Specialize in manufactured and mobile homes. Free estimates, licensed, insured, 641-202-1048. Accept Visa & Mastercard.

Tree Service MINERS TREE SERVICE. Tree Removal, Trimming, Stump Grinding, fully insured. Free estimates. Justin Miner, 712-621-4847.


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Creston News Advertiser Monday, October 14, 2013

the 4th Annual

extravaganza holiday to holiday

Thanksgiving | Christmas | New Years

Cooking, Decorating, Style Show, Tastings and more!

Monday, October 28, 2013

Southwestern Community College - Creston Doors Open | 4:30 PM Show Begins | 7:00 PM featuring

Dennis “kyp” Kuyper kyp’s kitchen - CNA and

Katie Routh, Chef Henry A. Wallace Country Life Center

Many Food Samples at Vendor Booths

Lots and Lots of Door Prizes!

Booths will have items for Sale “CASH & CARRY” Style Show will feature clothing and accessories for the holidays from area retailers

Tickets On Sale At The Following Businesses

My Sister’s Place - Lenox Fudge Town Interiors - Corning Colors Floral and Home Decorating - Greenfield Creston News Advertiser - Creston Sentinel-Tribune - Osceola Country Blossoms - Mount Ayr Kansas Street Deli & Purple Cow Antiques - Afton

Vendor Booth Spaces Available Call 641-782-2141 ext 228

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