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Hear ye, hear ye. Creston High School will host “Once Upon a Mattress,” the school’s musical directed by Jane Warner, vocal music instructor. “Once Upon a Mattress” is a grown-up twist on the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale “The Princess and the Pea.” The musical follows a talkative, controlling queen and mute king of a land where a law has been passed that nobody is allowed to marry until the prince does. The queen quizzes the princesses vying for the prince’s heart, until Princess Winterford finally passes the test. However, she is not the queen’s most elegant choice. “The reason we picked this musical was it’s uniquely suited for our cast,” said Warner. “You try and choose a musical that has voice parts that would show off the type of voices that you have. I was looking for musicals, but this was a musical that Deb Fisher (Creston Middle School band instructor) had chosen for them this year. ... It just fits their voices and person-

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Annette Reasoner, CHS senior, pumps her fist after answering a quiz question right during a rehearsal Monday for the high school’s 2013 musical “Once Upon a Mattress.” Opening night is Friday.

alities very well.” The cast consists of Maxx Walters as King, Madison Travis as Queen, Ben Mullin as Prince and Ryan Vasquez as Princess Winterford. Other characters include RaeAnne Hopkins as Lady Larkin, Tyler Peters as Sir Harry, Maya Struhar as Jester and David Qualseth as Wizard. “It’s rare in small town southwest Iowa to get to see truly entertaining live theatre. You will laugh and will have fun. It’s a great show,” Warner said. A pit orchestra made up of

community musicians will be conducted by Elaine Fargo. Adonica Struhar of Spotlight Dance and Melissa Crook, coach of Southwestern Community College’s dance team, set up choreography. Craig Began, Creston Middle School band director, will be covering lights, and Jeff Norman will be covering sound. The set was built by AJ Warner, Rick Fehrle and Joe Anson. Parents of high school students also volunteered their time setting up the performance.

“I think the group is going to do really good because we’ve been working a lot more than we have in the past, I think,” said Walters. “It’s a fun musical, I would say. I think the choreography and the dancing and stuff makes it funner, and the humor in the play makes it funnier.” The curtains will open 7 p.m. Friday, 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday for the two-hour performance. Tickets are $7 for advanced reserved tickets, available at CHS office, and $5 at the door.

Climate change report depicts planet in peril Climate change will disrupt not only the natural world but society, posing risks to the world’s economy, the food and water supply and contributing to violent conflict, an international panel of scientists says. The warnings came in a report drafted by the United Nationsbacked Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The 29-page summary, leaked and posted on a blog critical of the panel, has been distributed to

governments around the world for review. It could change before it is released in March. “We see a wide range of impacts that have already occurred ... on people, ecosystems and economies,” said Chris Field, a scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science and co-chairman of the group writing the report. “Looking into the future, we see increasing risks that are more pervasive and more severe with greater

amounts of climate change.” Field and an IPCC spokesman confirmed the authenticity of the draft. “This is a close-tofinal work in progress,” Field said. The report describes a planet in peril as a result of the humancaused buildup of greenhouse gases since the Industrial Revolution, where glaciers are shrinking and plants and animals have shifted their ranges in response to rising temperatures. As global

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First snow: Three horses stand in a pasture as the first snow of the year falls on the city of Creston Monday afternoon. No measureable snow was recorded in Creston. Des Moines recorded four-tenths of an inches of snow Monday. Meanwhile, 1 inch was recorded across cities in northern Iowa.

warming continues through the 21st century, many species will face greater risk of extinction, marine life will shift toward the poles and seawater will grow more acidic, the report says. By 2100, hundreds of millions of people in coastal areas will be flooded or displaced by rising sea levels. The arid subtropics will have less fresh water, leading

OSCEOLA — The top five businesses in the Dream Big, Grow Here grant competition will participate in a regional pitchoff event tonight at Lakeside Casino in Osceola for a chance at winning $5,000 toward their dream. Those five businesses include Afton Fitness Center, Podium Ink of Mount Ayr, Upper Crust Culinary Creations of Creston, Sew and Sew of Lamoni and She-Nae’s Rescued and Renewed of Creston. Upper Crust’s “dream” is to expand their business plan to offer frozen meals and desserts to go. The grant money would be used to replace a 1960s-style freezer — that currently has the door held closed with a ratchet strap — with two larger, more energy-efficient freezers. Meanwhile, She-Nae’s would use the grant money to extend its marketing area by advertising to cities near Creston. Also, the business is currently located in an industrial building that is not climate controlled. The regional winner will be announced in Wednesday’s Creston News Advertiser.

High Lakes has invested 600K in Union County

Since the group’s organization in 2005, High Lakes Outdoor Alliance (HLOA) has raised about $300,000. The group partnered that money with grants and sharing projects to total about $600,000 spent in Union County on improvements in eight years. The money has gone to a variety of projects including a new cabin at Green Valley Lake, extending the hunting opportunity at Mitchell Marsh, installing a new fishing jetty at Summit Lake and helping restock the Lesan walleye population at Green Valley. “We’ve really tried to spread it out so it is not all just helping one group of hunters or fishermen,” said Tom Lesan,

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Animal house: Two-year-olds Ryder Baird, left, and Aiden Vandel cautiously attempt

to pet a gopher tortoise shown to them by Blank Park Zoo Education Specialist Sam Dunn. Animals from Blank Park Zoo were presented to children at I Think I Can Daycare in Creston last week to teach them about different animal traits and characteristics such as texture and color.

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Deaths Beverly Ostergaard Creston

Beverly Ostergaard, 77, of Creston died Nov. 9, 2013, at Kavanagh H o u s e in Des Moines. Services will be Ostergaard 10:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at the First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Gideon Gallo and the Rev. Tom Woodin will officiate. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery. Open visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday with family present 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to Kavanagh House in Des Moines. Online condolences may be left at www.powersfh.com. Beverly June Ostergaard, daughter of Mildred (Ridout) and Ralph E. Townsend, was born June 27, 1936, in Creston. Beverly graduated from Creston High School. On Sept. 18, 1955, Beverly married Kenneth A. Ostergaard in Creston.

Kathleen Spring Villisca

Kathleen “Kay” Spring, 93, of Villisca, formerly of Nodaway, died Nov. 7, 2013, at Montgomery County Memorial Hospital in Red Oak. A Funeral Mass was held 10 a.m. today, Nov. 12, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Villisca. Wolfe Funeral Home, Villisca, was in charge of the arrangements. Kay Delores Spring, daughter of Ella (Oenbring) and Lawrence Roeder, was born Feb. 16, 1920, in Union County near Creston. Kay graduated from Arispe High School in 1938. Kay worked as a nurses aide during World War II. On Dec. 20,1943, Kay married Russell Allison. They farmed in the Corning area and later moved to a

They lived in Dayton and Akron, Ohio; Normal, Ill., and Des Moines. Beverly, in addition to being a homemaker, worked as a clerk typist and computer operator for the state of Iowa. Beverly and Kenneth divorced in 1973. Beverly retired in 1998. Beverly returned to Creston in 2004. She went on to work with Hospice of Central Iowa and Green Valley Hospice. Beverly was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Creston and Methodist Women’s Circle. She also volunteered with Girl Scouts for many years, WTC Family Program and Iowa TASC (Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime) organization. Beverly is survived by her daughter Sherry (husband David) Gaul of Normal, Ill.; sons, Steve (wife Pat) Ostergaard of Durham, N.C., and Jeff Ostergaard of Clive; 10 grandchildren, six greatgrandchildren and aunt Garland Townsend of Creston. Beverly was preceded in death by her parents, former husband and friend Kenneth Ostergaard and great-granddaughter Arianna Donnelly.

Dale Ranney Massena

Dale Ranney, 77, of Massena died Nov. 10, 2013, at his home in rural Massena. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 15,

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to more competition for resources. The global food supply is also at risk, with yields of wheat, rice, corn and other major crops projected to drop by as much as 2 percent each decade for the rest of the century, even as demand rises. Among the other risks forecast in the report: Extreme heat waves that will be especially deadly in urban areas, where a growing population will also contend with severe storms, flooding and drought. Rural areas

at Steen Funeral Home in Massena. Burial will be in Massena Center Cemetery. Visitation will be noon to 8 p.m. Thursday with family present 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

HLOA treasurer. “We wanted to catch a bigger group of people and provide a much broader range of support.” HLOA has also helped local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, FFA chapters, 4-H clubs, Southwestern Community College and local schools. The organization is also continuing to work on the shooting range on will cope with less drink- the north side of Three ing and irrigation water and Mile Lake. less productive farming. Warren Cultural Global surface tem- Center restoration perature has risen about 1.5 degrees since 1880 as recognized GREENFIELD — The greenhouse gases have accumulated in the atmo- E.E. Warren Opera House sphere from burning fossil Association in Adair Counfuels, industrial activity, ag- ty recently earned the nariculture and deforestation. tional Preservation Honor Cutting emissions could Award for the restoration ease the rate of change, but of Warren Cultural Center not until the second half of the century, the report says. ——— ©2013 Los Angeles Times Distributed by MCT Information Services

farm near Orient. Russell died in February 1960 from cancer. On Dec. 29,1962, Kay married Raymond Spring in Nodaway. Kay and Raymond ran the locker and grocery store in Nodaway, and they also owned Kay’s Upholstery. She worked as the Nodaway town clerk for 24 years. Kay helped with Friday evening bingo at Nodaway Community Center. She was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Kay is survived by her sister Ann (Jack) Hawks of Mount Pleasan, brother Jim (Dorothy) Roeder of Creston, “adopted son” Jimmy Else, nieces, nephews and many friends. In addition to her first husband, Kay was preceded in death by her parents, brother Tom and husband Raymond.

Norma Konkler

Afton died Nov. 12, 2013, at Afton Care Center. Services are pending at Pearson Family Funeral SerAfton vice, 809 W. Montgomery Norma Konkler, 86, of St., Creston.

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— a 120-year old building on the square in Greenfield. Led by volunteers, the association raised about $4.5 million of private and public funding which included state and federal historic tax credits. The project was one of 18 awards honored during the 2013 National Preservation Conference in Indianapolis, Ind.

Firefighter 5K scheduled for Saturday The second annual Band of Brotherhood 5K Run/ Walk and Firefighter Mile Hike is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday at McKinley Park. Registration is still available at the Creston Fire Department or on their Facebook page. The cost is $20.

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Shawn Lauer, 1988 graduate of Creston High School, speaks to CHS students and staff Monday in honor of Veterans Day. Lauer was a paratrooper in the military for 20 of the 24 years he was in the service.

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Crackle: Phyllis Buck rakes in brown crunchy leaves at her home on West Adams Street Sunday while the weather was warm. Temperatures hit the low 50s, with the sun hidden slightly behind clouds.

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Driver’s license Schedule of driver’s license examiners: Bedford: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., treasurer’s office, Taylor County Courthouse, 407 Jefferson St. Corning: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., treasurer’s office, Adams County Courthouse. Driving tests on Wednesday mornings by appointment. Creston: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., treasurer’s office, Union County Courthouse, 300 N. Pine St. Driving tests Wednesdays. Call 782-1710 for an appointment. Greenfield: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., treasurer’s office, Adair County Courthouse, 400 Public Square. Mount Ayr: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., treasurer’s office, Ringgold County Courthouse, 109 W. Madison St. Osceola: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., treasurer’s office, Clarke County Courthouse, 100 S. Main St. Winterset: Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., Madison County Courthouse, 112 N. John Wayne Drive.

Tuesday Holy Spirit Rectory ReRun Shop, noon to 5 p.m., 107 W. Howard St. Free community meal, 5 to 6 p.m., United Church of Christ (Congregational), 501 W. Montgomery St. VFW Post No. 1797, 6 p.m., Elks Lodge, 403 W. Montgomery St. Eagles Aerie, 7 p.m., Eagles Lodge. Eagles Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., Eagles Lodge. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), 7:30 p.m. closed meeting, St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St.

Wednesday TOPS 116, 8:30 a.m. weigh-in, 9 a.m. meeting, United Church of Christ (Congregational). Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) brown baggers 12x12 study, noon open meeting, St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St. No smok-

ing. Friends Helping Friends Bereavement Support Group, 3 to 5 p.m., Prairie View Assisted Living room 114, 1709 W. Prairie St.

Thursday National Association of Retired and Veteran Railway Employees Inc. Unit No. 54, 9 a.m., The Windrow. Blue Grass Optimist Club of Creston, noon, The Pizza Ranch. Kent Dinner Club, 5:30 p.m., Creston Family Restaurant, 802 W. Taylor St. Celebrate Recovery (a Christcentered 12-step program), 6 p.m., Crest Baptist Church, 1211 N. Poplar St. American Legion Auxiliary, 7 p.m., American Legion Post Home, 119 N. Walnut St. Gambler’s Anonymous, 7 p.m., Assembly of God Church, 801 N. Fillmore St., Osceola. Al-Anon, 7:30 p.m., Crossroads Mental Health Center, 1003 Cottonwood Road. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) open meeting, 7:30 p.m., St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St.

Friday Holy Spirit Rectory ReRun Shop, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 107 W. Howard St. CW Club, noon, congregate meal site, restored Creston Depot. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) brown baggers, noon open meeting, St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St. No smoking. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12 by 12 study, 7 to 8 p.m., United Church of Christ, 501 W. Montgomery St. Use east door. Union Squares, 7:30 to 10 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 400 N. Elm St. Turkey dance. Caller: Doug McCart. Narcotics Anonymous (NA), 8 p.m. open meeting, St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St.

Saturday Creston Men’s Fellowship nondenominational Bible study, 7 a.m., The Windrow. Holy Spirit Rectory ReRun Shop, 9 a.m. to noon, 107 W. Howard St. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), 7:30 p.m. open meeting, St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St.

Markets Grain prices quoted at 10 a.m. today: • Farmers Co-op, Creston: Corn — $4.29

Soybeans — $12.68 • Gavilon Grain: Corn — $4.30 Soybeans — $12.85

College news University of Northern Iowa CEDAR FALLS — Sydney White, daughter of Susan and Steve White of Creston, was recently inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education through the Psi Chapter of the University of Northern Iowa. At the initiation ceremony, 50 outstanding new members were inducted into the chapter, more than $10,000 in scholarships were awarded by committees that were chaired by students, and a keynote speech was delivered by Iowa Director of Education Dr. Brad

Buck (a UNI KDP alumnus). The UNI Psi chapter has nine active service initiatives in partner schools and other community organizations in the Cedar Valley. The Society inducts only those individuals who have exhibited the ideals of scholarship, integrity in service and commitment to excellence in teaching and its allied professions. Selection as a member of Kappa Delta Pi is based on high academic achievement, a commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude that assures steady growth in the profession.

Hospitality drive to be held Nov. 20 The next spirituality movement and hospitality drive sponsored by Christina Iyagbaye Sr. Memorial Foundation will be held 3:30 to 5 p.m. Nov. 20 at the Creston High School commons. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call

Ms. Lucy at 641-202-8100. There will be another drive Dec. 19.

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Election 2013: A grass-roots resurgence The cable news channels wasted no time before crowing over the landslide re-election victory of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. According to exit polls, Christie won a majority of both women and Latino voters, traditional Democratic voting blocs. The political chattering class is abuzz with Christie as the GOP’s great hope to retake the White House in 2016. But they miss a vital and growing undercurrent in U.S. politics: grassroots movements at the local and state level that are challenging the establishment, and winning. Christie was expected to win, but he needed a major landslide to help him launch a 2016 presidential bid. That is where the special election came in. In June, Sen. Frank Lautenberg died at the age of 89. Christie ordered a special election to be held Oct. 16, three weeks before the general election. This decision cost the taxpayers of New Jersey an estimated $24 million in extra election costs. He could have let the voters decide the Senate race on the same day they voted for governor and everyone else, saving taxpayers millions. Cory Booker was favored to win Lautenberg’s seat. For years,

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he had been the popular, AfricanAmerican mayor of Newark and a rising star in the national Democratic Party. The Senate candidates would have been listed on the top of the ballot, since it was a federal office. Booker would likely have inspired a greater Democratic turnout on Election Day, and his position at the top of the ballot would likely have created a tendency for his voters to vote Democratic all the way down the ballot, hurting Christie. Without Booker on the ballot, Christie garnered a more substantial victory. When challenged about the cost, Christie boasted, “I don’t know what the cost is, and I quite frankly don’t care.” What Christie and his party might care about are the substantial victories posted this election by progressive activists. In his own state, voters endorsed an increase in the minimum wage that Chris-

tie vetoed, raising it $1 an hour to $8.25, with annual cost-of-living increases. Across the river in New York City, Bill de Blasio was elected mayor, the first Democratic mayor there in 20 years. “The challenges we face have been decades in the making, and the problems we set out to address will not be solved overnight,” he said in his victory speech. “But make no mistake, the people of this city have chosen a progressive path.” He supported Occupy Wall Street, got arrested protesting a hospital closure, and vows to raise city taxes on its wealthiest residents. De Blasio will start work as mayor alongside a supportive New York City Council, in what my “Democracy Now!” colleague Juan Gonzalez has called “perhaps its most progressive government in the past 50 years.” Beyond New York and New Jersey, progressive populist movements bore fruit on Election Day. In Colorado, the state’s voters approved a plan to tax the retail sale of recreational marijuana, which was legalized statewide last November. The voters of Denver, Boulder and Littleton also approved city sales taxes on marijuana sales, further

entrenching the shift from criminalizing pot to mainstreaming it. Three cities in that state also voted on banning hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Fracking is the naturalgas drilling process that many believe pollutes groundwater and air, and even causes earthquakes. Voters in Portland, Maine, became the first on the East Coast to approve the legalization of recreational marijuana. In Washington state, voters approved a sharp increase in the minimum wage of most workers at Sea-Tac Airport, and the surrounding hotel industry, to $15 per hour. This is expected to put pressure on the city of Seattle to make a similar increase. These and similar electoral victories grow from long-term grassroots organizing, which has become all the more vital in the face of a gridlocked federal government. Corporate money still holds massive sway in our electoral system; also in Washington state, a popular referendum calling for the labeling of food with GMOs (genetically modified organisms) failed after corporate food and agriculture interests poured in $22 million to oppose it. Politicians respond to pres-

sure. “Make me do it,” Franklin D. Roosevelt famously responded to union and civil-rights organizer A. Philip Randolph, who wanted help for African-Americans and working people. Barack Obama has told activists the same. Bill de Blasio promises a progressive program for New York City, but history suggests that without constant popular pressure, establishment interests will assert their power. Election Day should not be the end of people’s campaigns for change. It simply indicates a door has been opened a crack. As to whether it will be kicked wide open or slammed shut, that’s up to grassroots movements, not the individuals they elect. *** Denis Moynihan contributed research to this column. *** Amy Goodman is the host of “Democracy Now!,” a daily international TV/radio news hour airing on more than 1,000 stations in North America. She is the co-author of “The Silenced Majority,” a New York Times best-seller. (c) 2013 Amy Goodman Distributed by King Features Syndicate

The Rolling Stones released a new song HOLLYWOOD — God bless America, and how’s everybody? Tom Cruise caused an uproar Friday saying his work as a movie actor is as tough as a soldier’s job in Afghanistan. It’s just not comparable. If you have a scheduling conflict on any particular day in Afghanistan the director of the Taliban doesn’t shoot around you. The Today Show ended Friday with Al Roker and Matt Lauer getting a prostate exam together on camera. What good sports. In addition to the daylong soreness they endured afterwards, Al Roker and Matt Lauer are now legally married in six Border Southern states. The Rolling Stones released a new song Friday called Miss You from their upcoming DVD Sweet Summer

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Fun--Hyde Park Live. Their age is starting to show. The light show consists of five cars onstage that have their left-hand turn blinkers on for the entire show. The NFL was roiled in off-field scandals over bullying, racist tweets, complaints over memory loss, and Indian fury over names. True fans are disgusted. They long for the old days of football when a player just retired and killed someone privately and quietly like O.J.

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Mission complete From Josiah LeibowitzMahurin Creston

Two weeks ago, I wrote in to tell a story of rescue. I am happy to announce that all of the kittens rescued have been adopted out thanks to readers like you. I am doubly happy to say that even the

three dogs we had up for adoption are now in safe, happy homes. I am writing today to thank you readers, as well as this newspaper for allowing myself to get the word out. Cathi’s Pet Penthouse is currently empty of adoptables, but we still offer many other services, including boarding and grooming.

If you are at all interested, please contact Cathi Mahurin at 641-2021165 or reach us on Facebook.com/ Cathispetpenthouse. Thank you all for your help. Keep an eye out for new adoptables, more are always coming in and need homes. They might just be your best friend, adopt today.

Latham’s new concern for health care From Julie Stewart Ziesman Waukee

Congressman Tom Latham is finally concerned with protecting Americans’ health care by cosponsoring legislation in the Keep Your Health Plan Act. In a statement from Rep. Latham on Nov. 8, 2013, he states that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was, “passed in the dead of night by legislators who had no clue what was in it.” Does he really mean that the bill was written hastily so no elected official had a chance to read it? By reading Wikipedia, you can

find out that the legislation that eventually emerged from Congress in 2010 bears many similarities to a 2007 bill, the Healthy Americans Act, and was patterned after Romney’s Massachusetts health care plan. From June to September of 2009, the Senate Finance Committee held a series of 31 meetings to develop a health care reform bill. This group, which included Sen. Grassley, met for more than 60 hours, and the principles that they discussed, in conjunction with the other committees, became the foundation of the Senate’s

health care reform bill. The Senate bill was then passed on Dec. 24, 2009. The House passed the Senate bill on March 21, 2010, with the president signing ACA into law on March 23, 2010. If bills are not being read, why are we paying Rep. Latham’s congressional staff to read each bill and summarize it for him, especially those already passed by the Senate? Reading the ACA bill should have been a priority for Rep. Latham, if he was truly concerned about Americans’ health care. How can you be against a law that you have not claimed to have read?


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Dinner theater coming to Corning Opera House CORNING — Corning Opera House, in cooperation with The Icarian Players, will have a one-nightonly production of “Love Letters” Nov. 18. Purchase dinner theater tickets in advance by Friday at $20. Show only (balcony) tickets are available in advance for $10 or at the door for $12. Dinner will begin at 6:15 p.m. with the curtain opening at 7 p.m. Seasoned Icarian Players’ actors Melody Miller and Ray Reynolds will take the stage as Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. “Love Letters” chronicles a 50-year relationship and sometimes-romance between troubled rich girl Melissa Gardner and the ambitious “liberal Republican” Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. The script by A.R. Gurney (produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Ill.) has laugh-out-loud lines and an ending that will squeeze tears out of all but the stoniest hearts. Tickets are available at Adams Community Cham-

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A high-octane answer Dear Heloise: What exactly does the OCTANE RATING mean? I see it all the time at the gas station, and the higher the number, the more expensive the gas. Please explain. — J.B. in Wisconsin Well, it can be confusing! And it can cost you more money than you want to spend! According to the Federal Trade Commission (www. ftc.gov), the ratings, posted on gas pumps, measure the gasoline’s ability to prevent “engine knock,” that weird rattling or pinging sound. You will know it when you hear it! Regular gas usually has the lowest rating of 87, is the cheapest and is what most cars use. Higher-end and sports-type cars typically require a higher octane of gasoline, so you don’t want to skimp here. Most importantly, check your owners manual to see what is suggested. — Heloise P.S.: The octane rating may be different in each state, too. CARRY IDENTIFICATION Dear Heloise: While taking my early-morning walk I wondered how many others were carrying any identification. Long ago, I made a copy of my driver’s license. I leave it on my dressing table, so I am always reminded (since I don’t

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carry a purse when walking) to put it in my pocket in case anything should happen to me during the walk. I live alone, so no one would be missing me if I didn’t return. At least with the identification in my pocket I wouldn’t be a “Jane Doe”! — Marion W. in Florida USING NEWSPAPERS Dear Heloise: I would like to tell you how I save money on paper towels in this age of counting pennies: newspapers. I “recycle” them. After I have read them, I stack them in an out-of-sight but convenient place. They are marvelous for soaking up spills, puppy puddles and overflow from sinks and tubs. As anyone who ever picked up a soaked paper after a night of rain knows, newspapers are as absorbent as paper towels (if not more so!). Put them under a paper towel to eliminate excess oil when making any fried food. When hand-washing a few (c)2013 by King Features dishes, toss a dish towel over a section of paper. It also is Syndicate Inc.

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Bucs win TAMPA BAY, Fla. — Mike Glennon threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tackle Donald Penn and led a long fourthquarter TD drive to put the Buccaneers ahead for good in a 22-19 victory over the embattled Miami Dolphins on Monday night. Bobby Rainey’s 1-yard run capped an 80-yard drive, and the Bucs held on the final 10 minutes to become the last team in the league to win this season. Jacksonville beat Tennessee on Sunday, leaving Tampa Bay (1-8) as the league’s only winless team entering the game. Playing for the first time since a bullying scandal, the Dolphins (4-5) started slowly before overcoming an early 15-0 deficit to lead 19-15 heading into the fourth quarter. Ryan Tannehill threw touchdown passes of 6 and 19 yards to Rishard Matthews, but got no help from a running game that was limited to just 2 yards rushing.

Flynn returns GREEN BAY, Wis. — Matt Flynn is back with the Pack. Flynn, who served as backup quarterback in Green Bay from 20082011, signed with the team Monday, according to reports late Monday. The Packers also reportedly plan to work out John Skelton. Flynn “looked good” in his workout, coach Mike McCarthy said earlier in the day.

FORT DODGE — Minutes before the cannon boomed to start the National Junior College Athletic Association’s national championship meet, the Spartan men huddled for the final time in 2013 about 100 meters from the starting line. “Remember our team rules — always do what is right, never what is wrong, do everything to the best of your ability and show people you really care,” said head coach Bill Huntington from the middle of the huddle. “Let’s be great Spartans.” In a field of 55 represented teams, the Southwestern Community College men finished 26th at the national championship meet, improving seven spots from the previous season. Freshman Ben Friederichs led the squad, covering the 8K course in 28:12 and finished 114th out of the 298 Friederichs runners. Sophomores Gage Beers and Joe Bierl followed in 28:52 and 29:02 respectively. “Ben and I being able to run together really made a difference in my race,” Beers said. “I feel if he wouldn’t have been there, I wouldn’t have ran as well and he told me after the race I helped him, otherwise he wouldn’t have ran as well as he did.” Ovan Garcia averaged 5:54 per mile, crossing the finish line in 29:12. Team-

mate Rayvonne Brown rounded out the scoring, placing 199th. Freshmen Aaron Ward and Cassidy Warson also ran for the Spartan men. “The team camaraderie we had during the race was great,” Beers said. “During my time at SWCC I was lucky to have two great teams to run on.” Iowa Central Community College — host of the national meet and the Region XI champion — finished second overall and had the national runner-up individual, Frankline Tonui. “All season we were right on the edge of being ranked in the national polls and today we proved we can compete as one of the top 26 teams in the nation,” Huntington said.

Spartan women In late August, the Spartan women ran their first 5k as a team at the Region XI time trial in Mason City. At the national championship meet Saturday, each SWCC runner on the women’s team took at least three minutes off their 5k time from the start of the season. The team finished 34th overall. “This season we got to see a group of individuals evolve into a team of runners,” Huntington said. “What these ladies accomplished this season is amazing.” Sarah McKeon paced the Spartans with a 22:12 for her 5k. She shaved just under five minutes off McKeon of her 5k time at the first meet of the year, 27:01.

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Ovan Garcia battles with a group of runners at the National Junior College Athletic Association national championship meet in Fort Dodge Saturday.

Hannah Murphy followed with a 22:40. Teammate Kristin Klocksiem ran her best 5k ever, 24:01. “I thought the team did well considering where we started at the beginning of the season,” Klocksiem said. Murphy and Klocksiem are dual athletes for Southwestern. Klocksiem will quickly make the transition to the hardwood to help the Spartan women’s basketball team and Murphy with con-

tinue to train through the offseason to prepare for indoor track and softball. “My favorite part of of the season was the close family we became with each other, whether it was mak- Klocksiem ing jokes or having a movie night,”

Klocksiem said. Iowa Central won the women’s team title and had the individual champion. Elizabeth Hurley-Boyd and Aspen Riley were the final two scorers for SWCC, running 24:57 and 28:42 respectively. Riley’s time was also a five-minute improvement Please see NATINOALS, page 9A

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Members of the Region XI-B all-tournament team from Kirkwood and Southwestern Community College, honored after Southwestern’s 3-1 championship victory Saturday at Iowa Central, are from left, outside hitter Erin Walker (18) of Kirkwood, SWCC libero Molly Schimp (5), middle blocker Alicen Wintermote of Kirkwood (7), SWCC setter Cassidy Yong (14) and Spartan outside hitter Janaya Fox (20), named the tournament MVP.

New stadium ATLANTA — Turner Field had a signature moment right at the start - a trembling Muhammad Ali emerging from the shadows to ignite the flame that opened the 1996 Summer Olympics. In the years that followed, the Atlanta Braves hosted many memorable events of their own, from the World Series and All-Star game to the farewells of Bobby Cox and Chipper Jones. Now, just 17 years after it opened, it looks as though the stadium affectionately known as “the Ted” is headed for extinction, like so many sports facilities in this city. In a stunning announcement, the Braves said Monday they are moving in 2017 to a new 42,000-seat, $672 million stadium about 10 miles from downtown in suburban Cobb County. The Braves had made it clear for years they were not satisfied with Turner Field, located just south of downtown near some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods. The team frequently cited a lack of neighborhood development, complaints about the closest MARTA rapidtransit station being about a mile away, and the inability to secure more parking spaces.

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The Southwestern men’s basketball completed its first road trip of the season with an 0-2 record, falling to the Graceland JV team on Thursday and to North Central Missouri College on Saturday. The Spartans fell to the Yellowjackets 68-63 and to North Central Missouri 6056. In the loss to Graceland, the Spartans got out to a good start in their opening game, but fell apart with 10:00 remaining in the game. Southwestern took a 3627 lead into halftime, and continued its strong play early in the second half. M a t t Orchard hit a 3-pointer to put the Spartans up 12 early in the half, but Orchard

Graceland slowly crept back into the game. “Our defensive intensity went downhill,” head coach Mike Holmes said. “They got some stuff in transition they shouldn’t get. Kind of chipped away a little bit.” Graceland tied the game with about 3:00 remaining, and forced a turnover which led to a runout and a free throw to put the Yellowjackets up three. Southwestern wasn’t able to recover. “We tried to make some stands, but couldn’t score and eventually had to foul,” Holmes said. “We got a little sloppy with the basketball with about 10:00 left and our defensive intensity went way downhill.” Sophomore Jared Theis recorded a doubledouble for the Spartans with 11 points and 10 rebounds, w h i l e Theis freshman

Mataika Koyamainavure added nine points and six rebounds. Matt Orchard also found double figures with 10 points. The young Spartans found themselves in another close game Saturday at North Central Missouri College. Holmes said his team did a good job of executing its gameplan, but that small mistakes added up and in the end, cost the Spartans. “Our plan was simple,” Holmes said. “We wanted to control the tempo. We wanted tot take away the rim from them, because they’re very good at getting to the rim and finishing. We were concerned about that.” Holmes said the Spartans wanted to force the North Central Missouri players to settle for outside shots, which he thought they did. “Little inexperience things kind of trickled down and cost us in a close game,” he said. “We Please see SWCC, page 9A

lead in road loss By LARRY PETERSON

CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews.com

TRENTON, Mo. — North Central Missouri College rallied from a first-half deficit to overtake the Southwestern women Saturday, 69-58. The Lady Pirates led at halftime 31-28, after trailing by 12 points earlier in the game. Even though the Spartans fell to 0-2, coach Addae Houston said it was an encouraging game for the team looking to rise from last year’s 0-30 campaign. “It was a good game,” Houston said. “We came out at the beginning of the game and shot the ball well and executed offensively. We were pretty good defensively in the first half, with the exception being the last three or four minutes, when we

had a little bit of a breakdown.” Houston said the game continued to be competitive in the second half, but the Spartans hit a shooting slump near the end. “We didn’t get some shots down in the stretch,” Houston said. “It was more like a six-point game. We did a lot of fouling and quick shots at the end.” Sophomore guard Morgan Knorr led the Spart a n s with 16 points, including 3-of5 from 3-point range. D a r i a n Knorr Polson provided 10 points and Please see SPARTANS, page 9A


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State football playoffs

Bearcats 10-0 EMPORIA, Kan. – The Northwest Missouri football team defeated No. 10 ranked Emporia State Hornets on Saturday at Welch Stadium, 48-21. The win moves the No. 2 ranked Bearcats to 10-0 on the season and are now the lone remaining undefeated team in the MIAA at 9-0. Emporia State drops to 8-1 overall and 8-1 in league play. Northwest got another strong performance from senior quarterback Trevor Adams who passed for 291 yards on 24 completions with five touchdowns. Defensive end Collin Bevins of Creston was credited with four total tackles, including three solo, with 2.5 tackles for Bevins losses for a total of 19 negative yards.

Mustangs fall ORANGE CITY — No. 19 Northwestern raced out to a 28-7 halftime lead and held off a late charge from Morningside, upsetting the No. 1 Mustangs 38-28 Saturday afternoon in Orange City. Theo Bartman led the way for the Red Raiders, carrying 33 times for 123 and four scores. After a 1-yard touchdown by Brandon Wegher to put Morningside up 7-0 midway through the first, Northwestern answered back with 28-unanswered points. Alan Smith, receiver f r o m Creston played in the game for Morningside and had one solo t a c k l e Smith after a Northwestern interception. Morningside fell to No. 5 on this week’s NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. Grand View moves u[p to No. 2 behind Cumberlands, Ky. Northwestern vaulted six places to No. 13. Despite the loss, Morningside controls its own destiny and with a win Saturday against Doane (Neb.), would be the outright Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) champion.

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“C-Town” team of Creston won the seventh-eighth grade division at the Southern Edge Fall 3-on-3NO.Basketball ORDINANCE 14-148 AN members ORDINANCE AMENDING THE Tournament in Diagonal. Team shown from CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE left are Evan Jacobson, Dylan CITY Simpson, Tucker Flynn and OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, BY Hunter Simpson. AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAIN-

BV wins INDIANOLA – It came down to one play, and for the first time in recent memory, the ending wasn’t what the Simpson football team had in mind. On the final play of the game, quarterback Bobby Brown escaped a blitz and scrambled into the end zone from 4 yards out as time expired to give Buena Vista an improbable, 34-32 win over Simpson on Saturday afternoon. The loss, coupled with Wartburg’s 16-14 win over Central, knocked Simpson (6-3, 4-2 Iowa Conference) out of first place in the league standings with one game left in the regular season. Jared Bevins of Creston played in the game for Simpson. Simpson hits the road for the final game of the reguORDINANCE NO. 14-148 lar when it travels AN season ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE to Decorah to face Luther CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, BY next Saturday, Nov. 16. AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO VIOLATION OF GENERAL The Norse (2-7, 1-5) lost to TRAFFIC REGULATIONS Be It 31-14 Enacted by City Council of the Coe ontheSaturday.

City of Creston, Iowa: SECTION 1. SECTION MODIFIED. Chapter 62, Section 01 of the Code of Ordinances of the City — of Creston, LAMONI No. Iowa, 15 1996, is repealed and the following adoptMissouri ed in lieu thereof:Valley College 62.01 VIOLATION OF REGULAdefeated Graceland TIONS. Any person who willfully Unifails or refuses to comply order of versity, 4-1 with in any thelawful HAAC a peace officer or direction of a fire detournament quarter-finals. partment officer during a fire, or who shall fail to abide by the provisions of this chapKevin Irr Creston ter and the applicable of provisions of the following statutoryinlaws played Iowa forward therelating gameto motor vehicles and the statutory law of the for isGraceland. road in violation of this chapter. These sections of the Code of Iowa are adopted by reference and are as follows: 1. Section 321.32 - Registration card The carried andCreston exhibited. cross coun2. Section 321.37 - Display of plates. try banquet has 3. Section 321.38-Plates, methodbeen of attaching, imitations changed to prohibited. 6:30 p.m. Sun4. Section 321.79 - Intent to injure. day in the Creston Middle 5. Section 321.98 - Operation without registration. School commons, 6. Section 321.174 - Operatorsrather licensed. 7. Section licenses. than 5:30321.193 p.m.- Restricted as originally 8. Section 321.216 - Unlawful use of lischeduled. cense. 9. Section 321.218 - Driving without valid license. 10. Section 321.219 - Permitting unauTheminor annual thorized to drive. Southwest11. Section 321.220 - Permitting unauern Community College thorized person to drive. 12. Section 321,221 - Employing unlicensed chauffeur. 13. Section 321.222 - Renting motor vehicle to another. 14. Section 321.223 - License inspected. 15. Section 321.224 - Record kept. 16. Section 321.232 - Radar jamming devices - penalty. 17. Section 321.234A - All-terrain vehicles. 18. Section 321.240 - Altering center of gravity of vehicle. 19. Section 321.247 - Golf cart operation on City streets. 20. Section 321.259 - Unauthorized signs, signals or markings. 21. Section 321.262 - Damage to vehicle. 22. Section 321.263 - Information and aid. 23. Section 321.264 - Striking unattended vehicle. 24. Section 321.265 - Striking fixtures upon a highway. 25. Section 321.275 - Operation of motorcycles and motorized bicycles. 26. Section 321.278 - Drag racing prohibited. 27. Section 321.288 - Control of vehicle - reduced speed. 28. Section 321.295 - Limitation on bridge or elevated structures. 29. Section 321.297 - Driving on righthand side of roadways - exceptions. 30. Section 321.298 - Meeting and turning to right. 31. Section 321.299 - Overtaking a vehicle. 32. Section 321.302 - Overtaking on the right. 33. Section 321.303 - Limitations on overtaking on the left. 34. Section 321.304 - Prohibited passing. 35. Section 321.307 - Following too closely. 36. Section 321.308 - Motor trucks and towed vehicles - distance requirements. 37. Section 321.309 - Towing - convoys - drawbars. 38. Section 321.310 - Towing fourwheel trailers. 39. Section 321.312 - Turning on curve or crest of grade. 40. Section 321.313 - Starting parked vehicle. 41. Section 321.314 -When signal required. 42. Section 321.315 - Signal continuous. 43. Section 321.316-Stopping. 44. Section 321.317 - Signals by hand and arm or signal device. 45. Section 321.319 - Entering intersections from different highways. 46. Section 321.320 - Left turns - yielding.

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Public notice ORDINANCE NO. 14-148 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, BY AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO VIOLATION OF GENERAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS Be It Enacted by the City Council of the City of Creston, Iowa: SECTION 1. SECTION MODIFIED. Chapter 62, Section 01 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Creston, Iowa, 1996, is repealed and the following adopted in lieu thereof: 62.01 VIOLATION OF REGULATIONS. Any person who willfully fails or refuses to comply with any lawful order of a peace officer or direction of a fire department officer during a fire, or who shall fail to abide by the provisions of this chapter and the applicable provisions of the following Iowa statutory laws relating to motor vehicles and the statutory law of the road is in violation of this chapter. These sections of the Code of Iowa are adopted by reference and are as follows: 1. Section 321.32 - Registration card carried and exhibited. 2. Section 321.37 - Display of plates. 3. Section 321.38-Plates, method of attaching, imitations prohibited. 4. Section 321.79 - Intent to injure. 5. Section 321.98 - Operation without registration. 6. Section 321.174 - Operators licensed. 7. Section 321.193 - Restricted licenses. 8. Section 321.216 - Unlawful use of license. 9. Section 321.218 - Driving without valid license. 10. Section 321.219 - Permitting unauthorized minor to drive. 11. Section 321.220 - Permitting unauthorized person to drive. 12. Section 321,221 - Employing unlicensed chauffeur. 13. Section 321.222 - Renting motor vehicle to another. 14. Section 321.223 - License inspected. 15. Section 321.224 - Record kept. 16. Section 321.232 - Radar jamming devices - penalty. 17. Section 321.234A - All-terrain vehicles. 18. Section 321.240 - Altering center of

Be It Enacted by the City Council of the 22. Section 321.263 - Information and 50. Section 321.330 - Use of crossCity of Creston, Iowa: aid. walks. SECTION 1. SECTION MODIFIED. 23. Section 321.264 - Striking unattend51. Section 321.332 - White canes reChapter 62, Section 01 of the Code of Or- ed vehicle. stricted to blind persons. dinances of the City of Creston, Iowa, 24. Section 321.265 - Striking fixtures 52. Section 321.333 - Duty of drivers. 1996, is repealed and the following adopt- upon a highway. 53. Section 321.340 - Driving through ed in lieu thereof: 25. Section 321.275 - Operation of mo- safety zone. 62.01 VIOLATION OF REGULA- torcycles and motorized bicycles. 54. Section 321.341 - Obedience to sigTIONS. Any person who willfully fails or 26. Section 321.278 - Drag racing pro- nal of train. refuses to comply with any lawful order of hibited. 55. Section 321.342 - Stop at certain (All semifinals Class- Control 2A of vehicle railroad West Lyon 21,warning. Algona a peace officer or directionat of UNIa fire de27. Section 321.288 crossings - posting partment officer during a fire, or who shall - reduced speed. 56. Section 321.343 - Certain vehicles Cedar Falls) quarterfinals Garrigan 7 fail toDome, abide by the provisions of this chap- Limitation on must 28. Friday’s Section 321.295 stop. ter and the applicable of the bridge or elevated structures.48, Boy57. Section 321.344 - Heavy equipment Class provisions 4A Sioux Center AHST (Avoca) 38, 29. Section 321.297 - Driving on right- at crossing. following Iowa statutory laws relating to den-Hull/Rock Audubon 14 - Stopping on travexceptions.24 motor Friday’s vehicles and quarterfinals the statutory law of the hand side of roadways - Valley 58. Section 321.354 30. Section 321.298 - Meeting turn- eledWapsie roadWDM is in violation of this63, chapter. These way. Valley Ames Carroll Kuemper 42,andGilValley (Fairsections of the Code of Iowa are adopted ing to right. 59. Section 321.359 - Moving other veby reference and are as follows: 31. Section 20 bert 0 321.299 - Overtaking a ve- hicle. bank) 20, Gladbrook-Rein1. Section 321.32 - Registration card hicle. 60. Section 321.362 - Unattended motor WDM Dowling Catholic Waukon 36, -New Hampbeck 15 32. Section 321.302 Overtaking on the vehicle. carried and exhibited. right. 2. Section 321.37 Display of plates. 61. Section(Brooklyn) 321.363 -Obstruction to 14,3. Section Waukee 9 ton 0 BGM 29, Pe321.38-Plates, method of at33. Section 321.303 - Limitations on driver's view. Bettendorf 17, Pleasant overtaking Albiaon7,theMediapolis 0 kin left. taching, imitations prohibited. 62. 8 Section 321.364 - Preventing con321.304 - Prohibited pass- tamination of food by hazardous material. 4. Section 321.79 - Intent to injure. Valley 6 321.98 - Operation without ing.34. Section Saturday’s semifinals Friday’s 5. Section 321.365semifinals - Coasting prohib63. Section 35. SectionCenter 321.307 - (10-2) Following vs. too ited.Wapsie registration. CR Xavier 21, CR KenSioux Valley (Fair6. Section 321.174 - Operators licensed. closely. 64. Section 321.367 - Following fire apnedy 0 321.193 - Restricted licenses. Carroll (12-0), 4 paratus. bank) (12-0) vs. BGM 36. SectionKuemper 321.308 - Motor trucks and 7. Section Unlawful use of litowed vehicles distance requirements. 8. Section 321.216 - Crossing fire 65. Section 321.368 Friday’s semifinals p.m. (Brooklyn), 10 a.m. 37. Section 321.309 - Towing - convoys hose. cense. 9.Bettendorf Section 321.218 - Driving (10-2) vs.without Ce- - drawbars. Waukon (11-1) vs. Albia West 66. Section Lyon 321.371 (12-0) - Clearing vs. up valid license. 38. Section 321.310 - Towing four- wrecks. dar Rapids Xavier (11-1), 4 (12-0), 7 p.m. AHST (Avoca) (12-0), 10. Section 321.219 - Permitting unau- wheel trailers. 67. Section 321.372 - School buses. 1 39. Section 321.312 thorized minor to drive. 68. Section 321.381 - Movement of unp.m. Class- Turning 1A on curve p.m. 11. Section 321.220 - Permitting unau- or crest of grade. safe or improperly equipped vehicles. WDM quarterfinals thorized personValley to drive. (10-2) vs. 40. Friday’s Section 321.313 - Starting parked 69. Section Eight-Man 321.382 - Upgrade pulls 12. SectionDowling 321,221 - Employing unli- vehicle. minimum speed. quarterfinals WDM Catholic Fort Dodge St. Edmond Friday’s 41. Section 321.314 -When signal recensed chauffeur. 70. Section 321.383 - Exceptions - slow 13. Section 321.222 - Renting motor quired. vehicles identified. (12-0), 7 p.m. 42, South O’Brien 3 Newell-Fonda 46, MMC 42. Section 321.315 - Signal continuvehicle to another. 71. Section 321.384 -When lighted Class 3A Van Meter 21, Ogden 0 (Marcus) 38 14. Section 321.223 - License inspect- ous. lamps required. ed. Friday’s quarterfinals 43. Section Fayette 321.316-Stopping. 72. Section 321.385 - Head lamps on North Valley 49, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimball44. Section 321.317 - Signals by hand motor vehicles. 15. Section 321.224 - Record kept. Sioux 31, and South 14 ton Glidden-Ralston 16. Section City 321.232 Heelan - Radar jamming arm orWinneshiek signal device. 73. 41, Section 321.386 - Head lamps0on 45. Section 321.319 - Entering intersec- motorcycles and motorized bicycles. devices - penalty. Harlan 0 321.234A - All-terrain vehi- tions Iowa City Regina 24, MaDon Bosco (Gilbertville) 17. Section from different highways. 74. Section 321.387 - Rear lamps. cles.Clear Lake 48, Grinnell 46. SectionValley 321.320 - (Delhi) Left turns - yield75. Springville Section 321.388 quoketa 7 36, 21 - Illuminating 18. Section 321.240 - Altering center of ing. plates. 33 Saturday’s Adair-Casey 65, Wayne gravity of vehicle. 47. Section 321.323 semifinals - Moving vehicle require76. Section 321.389 - Reflector on highway. 19. Section28, 321.247 - Golf cart opera- backward ment. Solon Decorah 20 North Fayette Valley (Corydon) 26 tion on City streets. 48. Section 321.324 - Operation on ap77. Section 321.390 - Reflector reWashington 28,- Pella 0 (11-1) vs. Iowavehicles. City Regina quirements. 20. Section 321.259 Unauthorized Thursday’s semifinals proach of emergency 49. Section 321.329 - Duty of driver signs, signals or markings. 78. Section 321.392 - Clearance and (12-0), 10 a.m.or working on high- identification Don Bosco 21. Thursday’s Section 321.262 semifinals - Damage to vehi- pedestrians crossing lights. (Gilbertville) cle.Sioux City Heelan (12-0) ways. 79. Section - Color and mountFort Dodge St. Edmond (12-0) vs.321.393 Adair-Casey (1222. Section 321.263 - Information and 50. Section 321.330 - Use of cross- ing. vs. Clear Lake (12-0), 5:30 (12-0) vs. Van Meter (120), 9 a.m. walks. aid. 80. Section 321.394 - Lamp or flag on 51.1Section 23. Section 321.264 - Striking unattend- 0), load. p.m. p.m. 321.332 - White canes re- projecting Newell-Fonda (12-0) vs. stricted to blind persons. ed vehicle. 81. Section 321.395 - Lamps on parked 24. Section(11-1) 321.265vs. - Striking fixtures 52. Section 321.333 - Duty vehicles. Solon WashingClass A of drivers. Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballupon a highway. 53. Section 321.340 - Driving through 82. Section 321.398 - Lamps on parked ton 8:20 -p.m. quarterfinals ton (11-0), noon zone. 25. (11-1), Section 321.275 Operation of mo- safety Friday’s vehicles. 54. Section 321.341 - Obedience to sigtorcycles and motorized bicycles. 83. Section 321.402 - Spot lamps. 26. Section 321.278 - Drag racing pro- nal of train. 84. Section 321,403 - Auxiliary driving hibited. 55. Section 321.342 - Stop at certain lamps. 27. Section 321.288 - Control of vehicle railroad crossings - posting warning. 85. Section 321.404 - Signal lamps and 56. Section 321.343 - Certain vehicles signal devices. - reduced speed. 28. Section 321.295 - Limitation on must stop. 86. Section 321.405 - Self-illumination. 57. Section 321.344 - Heavy equipment bridge or elevated structures. 87. Section 321.406-Cowl lamps. 29. Section 321.297 - Driving on right- at crossing. 88. Section 321.408 - Back-up lamps. 58. Section 321.354 - Stopping on travhand side of roadways - exceptions. 89. Section 321.409 - Mandatory light30. Section 321.298 - Meeting and turn- eled way. ing equipment. 59. Section 321.359 - Moving other veing to right. 90. Section 321.415 - Required usage of 31. Section 321.299 - Overtaking a ve- hicle. lighting devices. hicle. 60. Section 321.362 - Unattended motor 91. Section 321.417 - Single-beam 32. Section 321.302 - Overtaking on the vehicle. road-lighting equipment. 61. Section 321.363 -Obstruction to right. 92. Section 321.418-Alternate road33. Section 321.303 - Limitations on driver's view. lighting equipment. overtaking on the left. 62. Section 321.364 - Preventing con93. Section 321.419 - Number of driv34. Section 321.304 - Prohibited pass- tamination of food by hazardous material. ing lamps required or permitted. ing. 63. Section 321.365 - Coasting prohib94. Section 321.420 - Number of lamps 35. Section 321.307 - Following too ited. lighted. closely. 64. Section 321.367 - Following fire ap95. Section 321.421 - Special restric36. Section 321.308 - Motor trucks and paratus. tions on lamps. towed vehicles - distance requirements. 65. Section 321.368 - Crossing fire 96. Section 321.422 - Red light in front. 37. Section 321.309 - Towing - convoys hose. 97. Section 321.423 - Flashing lights. 66. Section 321.371 - Clearing up - drawbars. 98. Section 321.424 - Sale of lights 38. Section 321.310 - Towing four- wrecks. approval. wheel trailers. 67. Section 321.372 - School buses. 99. Section 321.430 - Brake, hitch and 39. Section 321.312 - Turning on curve 68. Section 321.381 - Movement of un- control requirements. safe or improperly equipped vehicles. or crest of grade. 100. Section 321.431 - Performance 69. Section 321.382 - Upgrade pulls - ability. 40. Section 321.313 - Starting parked minimum speed. vehicle. 101. Section 321.432 - Horns and warn41. Section 321.314 -When signal re70. Section 321.383 - Exceptions - slow ing devices. vehicles identified. quired. 102. Section 321.433 - Sirens and bells 71. Section 321.384 -When lighted prohibited. 42. Section 321.315 - Signal continulamps required. ous. 103. Section 321.434 - Bicycle sirens or 72. Section 321.385 - Head lamps on whistles. 43. Section 321.316-Stopping. 44. Section 321.317 - Signals by hand motor vehicles. 104. Section 321.436 - Mufflers, pre73. Section 321.386 - Head lamps on vention of noise. and arm or signal device. 45. Section 321.319 - Entering intersec- motorcycles and motorized bicycles. 105. Section 321.437 - Mirrors. 74. Section 321.387 - Rear lamps. tions from different highways. 106. Section 321.438-Windshields and 46. Section 321.320 - Left turns - yield75. Section 321.388 - Illuminating windows. photo ing. plates. 107. SectionContributed 321.439-Windshield 76. Section 321.389Midnight - Reflector require47. Section 321.323team - Moving vehicle wipers. This Creston won the seventh-grade Madness volleyball tournament ment. backward on highway. 108. Section 321.440 - Restrictions as Nov. 7-8321.324 at Red Oak. Play 10:30 p.m.- Reflector and ended a.m. Team members re- toattire7equipment. 77. at Section 321.390 48. Section - Operation on ap- began proach emergency vehicles. quirements. 109.Baker, Section 321.441 tires proareoffrom left, Grace Root, Peyton Rice, Megan Haley, Brielle Taylor- Metal Buxton, 49. Section 321.329and - DutySaige of driver 78. Section 321.392 - Clearance and hibited. Jaxie Luther Rice. pedestrians crossing or working on high- identification lights. 110. Section 321.442 - Projections on 79. Section 321.393 - Color and mount- wheels. ways. 50. Section 321.330 - Use of cross- ing. 111. Section 321.444 - Safety glass. walks. 80. Section 321.394 - Lamp or flag on 112. Section 321.445 - Safety belts and 51. Section 321.332 - White canes re- projecting load. safety harnesses - use required. stricted to blind persons. 81. Section 321.395 - Lamps on parked 113. Section 321.446 - Child restraint vehicles. 52. Section 321.333 - Duty of drivers. devices. 321.398 - Lamps parked 53. COLLEEN Section 321.340 - KANE Driving through topic 82. Section Section carrier to114. win the 321.449 rights -toMotor negotiamong the onmany By safety zone. vehicles. safety regulations. Chicago 83. Section 321.402 - Spot lamps. 54. SectionTribune 321.341 - Obedience to sig- Japanese player. reporters in at- ate 115.with Sectiona321.450 - Hazardous matenal of train. 84. Section 321,403 - Auxiliary driving rials transportation regulations. tendance this week, went Cubs 55. Section 321.342 - Stop at certain lamps. 116. Section President 321.454 - Width Theo of vehi321.404 - earned-run Signal lamps and cles. railroad crossings - posting warning. 85. Section ORLANDO, Fla. — The 24-0 with a 1.27 Epstein said last week that 56. Section 321.343 - Certain vehicles signal devices. 117. Section 321.455 - Projecting loads Cubs 86. Sectionin 321.405 - Self-illumination. must stop.will make a play for average 28 games in the on starting relief pitching passenger and vehicles. 57. Section 321.344 - Heavy equipment 87. Section 321.406-Cowl lamps. 118. Section 321.456 - Height of vehiJapanese pitcher Masahiro regular were priorities, and Tana88. Sectionseason. 321.408 - Back-up lamps. at crossing. cles - permits. 58. Section 321.354 - Stopping on trav89. Section 321.409 - Mandatory light- ka’s 119. age Section would 321.457 seem - Maximum Tanaka, general manager “We’re going to be part to eled way. ing equipment. length. Jed said -Monday - Required usage of 59. Hoyer Section 321.359 Moving otheron ve- of90. Section - Loadinglongbeyond the 321.415 process,” Hoyer fit120.inSection with321.458 the Cubs’ lighting devices. hicle. the day- Unattended of the GM “Going beyond that front. term goals.321.460-Spilling loads on motor said. 91. Section 321.417 - Single-beam 60. opening Section 321.362 121. Section vehicle. road-lighting equipment. highways. meetings. is unfair. We’ve done our “Some of the Japanese 61. Section 321.363 -Obstruction to 92. Section 321.418-Alternate road122. Section 321.461 - Trailers and Hoyer lighting driver's view. said the Cubs vehicles. work equipment. on him, and we plan towed players could wind up getSection 321.419 - Number of driv62. Section 321.364 - Preventing con123. Section 321.462 - Drawbars and had done scouting on93.lamps being partor of it.” ting posted at an age where by hazardous material. ing required permitted. tamination of food their safety chains. - Coasting 63. Section 94. Section 321.420 - Number of lamps 124. Section 321.463 - Maximum gross work in 321.365 person and prohibon Hoyer said teams are they’re younger than the ited. lighted. weight. video to 321.367 appraise Tanaka, - Following fire ap- waiting 95. Sectionto321.421 Special restric64. Section 125. Section American 321.465 - Weighingfree vehihear - about po- typical tions on lamps. cles and removal of excess. aparatus. 25-year-old right-hander tential changes to the postagent,” Hoyer said. 96. Section 321.422 - Red light in front. 65. Section 321.368 - Crossing fire 126. Section 321.466 - Increased loadhose. pitched for the To97. Section 321.423 - FlashingMajor lights. ing Granderson capacity - reregistration. who ing system between on the mar98. Section 321.424 - Sale of lights 66. Section 321.371 - Clearing up 127. Section 321.17- Operating nonhoku Rakuten Golden approval. wrecks. League Baseball and Nip- registered ket: vehicle. Outfielder Curtis 99. Section 321.430 - Brake, hitch and 67. Section 321.372 - School buses. 128. Section 321.91 -Abandonment of a Eagles in 321.381 the Japan Pacific pon Professional Baseball, motor vehicle. - Movement of un- control requirements. 68. Section Please safe or improperly equipped vehicles. 100. Section 321.431 Performance 129. Section 321.99- Improper usesee of League. in which teams place bids registration. 69. Section 321.382 - Upgrade pulls - ability. CUBS, page 9A Tanaka, minimum speed. who is a hot 101. Section 321.432 - Horns and warn130. Section 321.104 - Operation with 70. Section 321.383 - Exceptions - slow ing devices. cancelled title or suspended/revoked regisvehicles identified. 102. Section 321.433 - Sirens and bells tration. 71. Section 321.384 -When lighted prohibited. 131. Section 321.174A - Operation of 103. Section 321.434 - Bicycle sirens or motor vehicle with expired license. lamps required. 72. Section 321.385 - Head lamps on whistles. 132. Section 321.180 - Violation of in104. Section 321.436 - Mufflers, pre- struction permit limitation. motor vehicles. 73. Section 321.386 - Head lamps on vention of noise. 133. Section 321.180B - Use of elecmotorcycles and motorized bicycles. 105. Section 321.437 - Mirrors. tronic communication device while driv106. Section 321.438-Windshields and ing. 74. Section 321.387 - Rear lamps. 75. Section 321.388 - Illuminating windows. 134. Section 321.193 - Violation of 107. Section 321.439-Windshield conditions of a restricted license. plates. 76. Section 321.389 - Reflector require- wipers. 135. Section 321.194 - violation of conment. 108. Section 321.440 - Restrictions as ditions of a minors school license. 77. Section 321.390 - Reflector re- to tire equipment. 136. Section 321.21613 - Misuse of li109. Section 321.441 - Metal tires pro- cense or ID card to acquire alcohol. quirements. 78. Section 321.392 - Clearance and hibited. 137. Section 321.2160 - Misuse of liidentification lights. 110. Section 321.442 - Projections on cense or ID card to acquire tobacco. 79. Section 321.393 - Color and mount- wheels. 138. Section 321.256 - Fail to obey traf111. Section 321.444 - Safety glass. ing. fic control device. 112. Section 321.445 - Safety belts and 80. Section 321.394 - Lamp or flag on 139. Section 321.277 - Careless driving. safety harnesses - use required. projecting load. 140. Section 321.284 - Open container 81. Section 321.395 - Lamps on parked 113. Section 321.446 - Child restraint passengers. devices. vehicles. 141. Section 321.288 - Failure to main114. Section 321.449 - Motor carrier tain control. 82. Section 321.398 - Lamps on parked safety regulations. vehicles. 142. Section 321.304 - Passing contrary 83. Section 321.402 - Spot lamps. 115. Section 321.450 - Hazardous mate- to highway signs or markings. 84. Section 321,403 - Auxiliary driving rials transportation regulations. 143. Section 321.307 - Following too 116. Section 321.454 - Width of vehi- closely. lamps. 85. Section 321.404 - Signal lamps and cles. 144. Section 321.311 - Turning from 117. Section 321.455 - Projecting loads improper lane. signal devices. 86. Section 321.405 - Self-illumination. on passenger vehicles. 145. Section 321.321 - Fail to yield 87. Section 321.406-Cowl lamps. 118. Section 321.456 - Height of vehi- upon entering a through highway. cles - permits. 88. Section 321.408 - Back-up lamps. 146. Section 321.322 - Fail to obey stop 89. Section 321.409 - Mandatory light119. Section 321.457 - Maximum or yield sign. length. ing equipment. 147. Section 321.331 - Soliciting ride 90. Section 321.415 - Required usage of 120. Section 321.458 - Loading beyond from within roadway. lighting devices. front. 148. Section 321.369 - Depositing or 121. Section 321.460-Spilling loads on throwing litter. 91. Section 321.417 - Single-beam road-lighting equipment. highways. SECTION 3. REPEALER. All ordi122. Section 321.461 - Trailers and nances or parts of ordinances in conflict 92. Section 321.418-Alternate roadlighting equipment. towed vehicles. with the provisions of this ordinance are 93. Section 321.419 - Number of driv123. Section 321.462 - Drawbars and hereby repealed. safety chains. ing lamps required or permitted. SECTION 4. SEVERABILITY 94. Section 321.420 - Number of lamps 124. Section 321.463 - Maximum gross CLAUSE. If any section, provision or part weight. lighted. of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid 95. Section 321.421 - Special restric125. Section 321.465 - Weighing vehi- or unconstitutional, such adjudication tions on lamps. cles and removal of excess. shall not affect the validity of the ordi126. Section 321.466 - Increased load- nance as a whole or any section, provision 96. Section 321.422 - Red light in front. 97. Section 321.423 - Flashing lights. ing capacity - reregistration. or part thereof not adjudged invalid or un98. Section 321.424 - Sale of lights 127. Section 321.17- Operating non- constitutional. approval. registered vehicle. SECTION 5. WHEN EFFECTIVE. 99. Section 321.430 - Brake, hitch and 128. Section 321.91 -Abandonment of a This ordinance shall be in effect from and motor vehicle. control requirements. after its final passage, approval and publi129. Section 321.99- Improper use of cation as provided by law. 100. Section 321.431 - Performance ability. registration. Passed by the Council on the 5th day of 101. Section 321.432 - Horns and warn130. Section 321.104 - Operation with November, 2013, and approved this 5th cancelled title or suspended/revoked regis- day of November, 2013. ing devices. 102. Section 321.433 - Sirens and bells tration. WARREN WOODS 131. Section 321.174A - Operation of prohibited. Mayor, City of Creston 103. Section 321.434 - Bicycle sirens or motor vehicle with expired license. ATTEST: whistles. 132. Section 321.180 - Violation of in- LISA WILLIAMSON 104. Section 321.436 - Mufflers, pre- struction permit limitation. Clerk, City of Creston 133. Section 321.180B - Use of elec- First Reading: November 5, 2013 vention of noise. tronic communication device while driv- Second Reading: November 5, 2013 105. Section 321.437 - Mirrors. 106. Section 321.438-Windshields and ing. Third Reading: November 5, 2013 134. Section 321.193 - Violation of windows. 107. Section 321.439-Windshield conditions of a restricted license.

ING TO VIOLATION OF GENERAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS Be It Enacted by the City Council of the Athletic Fundraiser will City of Creston, Iowa: SECTION 1. SECTION be held Friday at MODIFIED. Creston Chapter 62, Section 01 of the Code of OrElks Lodge, 403 Montdinances of the City of W. Creston, Iowa, 1996, is repealed and the following adoptgomery St. ed in lieu thereof: 62.01 REGULATheVIOLATION $25 ticketOF includes TIONS. Any person who willfully fails or refreshments and Hors refuses to comply with any lawful order of ad’oeuvres peace officer or direction of 7a p.m., fire defrom 6 to partment officer during a fire, or who shall fail to abide by the provisions of this chapbuffet dinner beginning ter and the applicable provisions of the at 7 p.m. and the program following Iowa statutory laws relating to motor and coaches the statutory at law 7:45 of the withvehicles SWCC road is in violation of this chapter. These sections the Code of Iowa are adopted p.m. ofAuction, raffle and by reference and are as follows: door prizes follow. 1. Section 321.32 - Registration card carried andtickets exhibited. call Bill KreFor 2. Section 321.37 - Display of plates. Section 321.38-Plates, method of atjci3. at 641-782-1459 or Tractaching, imitations prohibited. ey4. Section Evans321.79 at 641-782-1437. - Intent to injure. 5. Section 321.98 - Operation without registration. 6. Section 321.174 - Operators licensed. Activities 7.Creston Section 321.193 - Restricted licenses. - Unlawful use of li8. Section 321.216 Booster Club will meet cense. 9. Section 321.218 - Driving without 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at valid license. A&G Steakhouse and 10. Section 321.219 - Permitting unauthorized minor to drive. Lounge. 11. Section 321.220 - Permitting unauthorized person to drive. Agenda includes new 12. Section 321,221 - Employing unliwinter clothing items censed chauffeur. 13. Section 321.222 - Renting motor available at winter sports vehicle to another. 14. Sectionmeeting, 321.223 - License parents Farminspectand ed. Home Supply and Adams 15. Section 321.224 - Record kept. 16. Section 321.232 - Radar jamming Street Expresso; concesdevices - penalty. 17. Section 321.234A -procedures All-terrain vehision money cles. and possible cost-cutting 18. Section 321.240 - Altering center of gravity of vehicle. procedures. 19. Section 321.247 - Golf cart operation on City streets. 20. Section 321.259 - Unauthorized signs, signals or markings. ORIENT — -The Orient21. Section 321.262 Damage to vehicle. Macksburg 3-on-3 Basket22. Section 321.263 - Information and ball Tournament will be aid. 23. Section 321.264 - Striking unattendheld Sunday, Dec. 1. ed vehicle. 24. Section 321.265 -will Striking Registration befixtures $40 upon a highway. per team, payable at 25. Section 321.275 - Operation ofthe motorcycles and motorized bicycles. tournament, maxi26. Section 321.278with - Dragaracing prohibited. mum of five players per 27. Section 321.288 - Control of vehicle -team. reduced speed. 28. Section 321.295 - Limitation on Referees will be probridge or elevated structures. 29. Section 321.297 - Driving on rightvided for third-12th grade hand side of roadways - exceptions. divisions, male- and female. 30. Section 321.298 Meeting and turning to right. Adult teams call their 31. Section 321.299will - Overtaking a vehicle. own games. Medals will 32. Section 321.302 - Overtaking on the be awarded to the winning right. 33. Section 321.303 - Limitations on team inoneach overtaking the left.division. 34. Section 321.304are - Prohibited Divisions set passfor ing. third-fourth, 35. Section 321.307 - fifth-sixth, Following too closely. seventh-eighth, ninth-12th 36. Section 321.308 - Motor trucks and towed vehicles - distance requirements. grades and adults. 37. Section 321.309 - Towing - convoys Each division must have - drawbars. 38. Section 321.310 - Towing fourat wheelleast trailers. four teams regison curve 39. Section - Turning tered by 321.312 Sunday, Nov. 24, or crest of grade. to40.beSection held.321.313 - Starting parked vehicle. 41. Section 321.314 -When signal required. 42. Section 321.315 - Signal continuous. 43. Section 321.316-Stopping. 44. Section 321.317 - Signals by hand and arm or signal device. 45. Section 321.319 - Entering intersections from different highways. 46. Section 321.320 - Left turns - yielding. 47. Section 321.323 - Moving vehicle backward on highway. 48. Section 321.324 - Operation on approach of emergency vehicles. 49. Section 321.329 - Duty of driver pedestrians crossing or working on highways. 50. Section 321.330 - Use of crosswalks. 51. Section 321.332 - White canes restricted to blind persons. 52. Section 321.333 - Duty of drivers. 53. Section 321.340 - Driving through safety zone. 54. Section 321.341 - Obedience to signal of train. 55. Section 321.342 - Stop at certain railroad crossings - posting warning. 56. Section 321.343 - Certain vehicles must stop. 57. Section 321.344 - Heavy equipment at crossing. 58. Section 321.354 - Stopping on traveled way. 59. Section 321.359 - Moving other vehicle. 60. Section 321.362 - Unattended motor vehicle. 61. Section 321.363 -Obstruction to driver's view. 62. Section 321.364 - Preventing contamination of food by hazardous material. 63. Section 321.365 - Coasting prohibited. 64. Section 321.367 - Following fire apparatus. 65. Section 321.368 - Crossing fire hose. 66. Section 321.371 - Clearing up wrecks. 67. Section 321.372 - School buses. 68. Section 321.381 - Movement of unsafe or improperly equipped vehicles. 69. Section 321.382 - Upgrade pulls minimum speed. 70. Section 321.383 - Exceptions - slow vehicles identified. 71. Section 321.384 -When lighted lamps required. 72. Section 321.385 - Head lamps on motor vehicles. 73. Section 321.386 - Head lamps on motorcycles and motorized bicycles. 74. Section 321.387 - Rear lamps. 75. Section 321.388 - Illuminating plates.

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NATIONALS: Continued from page 7A

from the first race of the season. Katie Stevens also ran for

the Spartan women. “All of our athletes grew this season as runners, students and most importantly as better people,” Hunting-

ton said. “They committed to the program and will be able to use the endurance they gained this season for the upcoming track season.”

Koyamainavure led the Spartans with 13 points and eight boards, w h i l e sophomore Larry Mason of Des Koyamainavure Moines chipped in 11 points. Tanner Kellogg, a freshman from Albia, added nine points and seven rebounds. Southwestern, now 0-2 for the season, returns to action 7 p.m. Wednesday in the home opener against William Penn.

Hamdeed 2 2-2 6, Dylan Tucker 2 1-2 5, Nick Lenhard 0 3-4 3, Matt Orchard 1 7-8 10, Jared Theis 5 2-2 13, Tanner Kellogg 3 0-0 6. Totals — 16 23-31 63. FG shooting — 16-39 (41 percent). 3-point goals — 2 (Theis 1, Orchard 1). Rebounds — 33 (Theis 10, Mason 6, Koyamainavure 6, Kellogg 3, Tucker 3). Assists — 11 (Orchard 5). Steals — 5. Turnovers — 7. Graceland — 27 68 SWCC — 36 63 NC Mo (60) Totals — 18 21-31 60. FG shooting — 18-42 (42.8 percent). 3-point goals — 3. Rebounds — 26. SOUTHWESTERN (56) — Larry Mason 5 0-0 11, Mataika Koyamainavure 5 3-4 13, Elliott Hamdeed 3 0-0 8, Dylan Tucker 1 0-0 2, Matt Orchard 2 0-0 6, Jared Theis 3 0-0 7, Tanner Kellogg 3 2-2 9. Totals — 22 5-6 56. FG shooting — 22-52 (42.3 percent). 3-point goals — 7 (Orchard 2, Hamdeed 2, Mason 1, Theis 1, Kellogg 1). Rebounds — 26 (Koyamainavure 8, Kellogg 7, Tucker 4, Orchard 4). Assists — 14 (Mason 4, Tucker 3, Orchard 3). Steals — 3 (Mason 1, Hamdeed 1, Theis 1).Turnovers — XX. Team fouls — 14. NC Mo. — 26 60 SWCC — 22 56

Peyton Russell had four assists.

2. Totals — 20 14-20 58. FG shooting — 20-41 (49 percent). 3-point goals — 4-14 (Knorr 3, Williamson 1). Rebounds — 18 (Polson 9). Assists — 12 (Russell 4, Vanderhoof 3). Steals — 5. Blocked shots — 1 (Polson 1). Turnovers — 13. NC College — 31 69 SWCC — 28 58

SWCC: Continued from page 7A

Marshalltown Times-Republican photo by TROY HYDE

Camryn Somers of Creston swims during the 400-meter freestyle relay for Waukee Saturday in the state meet at Marshalltown. Somers swam a 54.35 100-meter leadoff leg in the event as the Warrior foursome of Somers, Jenny Brown, Ellie Blazenko and Maddie Gehrke broke their own school record to place sixth in 3:36.06, becoming the first Waukee medal-winning relay team. Somers also placed 10th in the 50-meter freestyle in 24.78 and was on the eighth-place 200 medley relay and 12th-place 200 freestyle relay.

CUBS: Continued from page 8A

Granderson turned down the Yank e e s ’ $14.1 million qualifying offer Monday and can sign with any team. Granderson The Chicago-area native and former UIC and T.F. South standout, who has been spotted at several events around Chicago this month, has been linked to the Cubs and the White Sox in rumors. While neither club confirmed Monday that it plans to be in the mix for Granderson — and the price and draft pick necessary to secure him could be a concern for the Sox — both recognize the value of the leadership the 32-yearold Granderson can bring to a clubhouse. “He’s got a great reputation, sterling character, really great leader in the clubhouse,” Hoyer said. “Everyone knows what

kind of a player he is, but it is appealing to think about a player that has all of those qualities. I’ve yet to hear someone say a bad word about him.” Whether Granderson is an option or not, Hoyer said the Cubs are looking to replenish their supply of veteran leaders to complement their bevy of younger players. “We’re going to have to sign some guys that are in their 30s, some guys that have done it before to provide that leadership,” Hoyer said. “And also, if you pick correctly, you can find good players in their 30s.” Trade talks: After reported interest from the Diamondbacks, Cubs pitcher Jeff Samardzija popped up in another trade rumor Monday, this time as a target of the Nationals. Samardzija Hoyer said the Cubs have stayed in con-

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sistent contact with agent Mark Rodgers about Samardzija. “Teams will ask us about him,” Hoyer said. “To that extent, there could be rumors. Jeff has the perfect mentality for that. He just doesn’t pay attention.” Extra innings: Agent Barry Praver, who represents new Sox first baseman Jose Abreu, said his client is training in Miami to prepare for his first season in the United States. “The way I best describe (Abreu) is a professional,” Praver said. “He’s doing fine. Mainly he’s very focused on his first season in the major leagues.” ... Hoyer said the Cubs likely will announce coaching hires all at once and hopes to not wait too long to make them. He expects the new hitting coach to come from outside of the organization. ——— ©2013 Chicago Tribune Visit the Chicago Tribune at www.chicagotribune.com Distributed by MCT Information Services

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nine rebounds. Also scoring 10 points was Rhecie Lee, who effectively drove to the basket and went 4-5 at the free throw line.

NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE (69). SOUTHWESTERN (58) — Morgan Knorr 16, Darian Polson 10, Rhecie Lee 10, Jordan Williamson 9, Jill Vanderhoof 5, Peyton Russell 4, J’Myrehea Douglas 2, Katelynn Sowers

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FOR SALE: GOOD USED HAVE AN ITEM YOU washer and dryer, WOULD LIKE TO SELL $50.00 each, 641-202FOR $50 OR LESS? Advertise it one time (5 1662. BLACK WALNUT meats, consecutive days) for for sale, $6.00 per pint, free, call 641-782-2141 ext. 239. (Private Party 641-782-2367. only, 3 item limit per EUREKA BOSS BAG- ad). LESS vacuum, yellow, $15.00; 2 handkerchief $50 or Less boxes, wooden, $10.00 each; jar of buttons 6- GUINEA PIG CAGE, all 1/2” tall by 11-1/2” accessories included, (4) 2 DRAWER SPACE around, $9.00, 641- great condition, $35.00, savers, two white, two 344-5892. 641-202-7047. brown brown wood color, $10.00 each; several storage containers, small to medium (not 105 S. Sumner Avenue • Creston the food type) $1.00Bill Callahan - Owner/Broker $2.00; (3) cutting 641-782-2332 boards- 2 smaller www.callahanrealestate.us $2.00 each and 1 large red plastic $3.00; 641PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE 782-6144. SEVEN PAIRS OF MENS jeans 36x34, six pairs of womens jeans size 810; $3.00 each/pair, 641-202-1614. ANTIQUE BOOKS FOR SALE, titles include: Garfields Words 1881 by William Ralston Balch, Century Magazine 1889 history, The National Fourth Reader 1874 by Richard Greene Parker/J. Madison Parker, Ray's Practical Arithmetic 1877 by Joseph Ray M.D., The Beautiful Tree of Life 1802 E.E. Comstock (religious), Try and Trust by Horatio Alger Jr. Whitman Publishing Co., $30.00; 641-743-2062.

Gleeson Constructors & Engineers, L.L.C. is accepting applications for the following positions: Construction Laborers-$12.00 Industrial Carpenters—$17.00 Iron Workers—$17.00 Certified Welders—$17.00 Concrete Finishers— $17.00 Certified Crane Operator— $25.00

“A Home Away From Home”

Position oPEn Dietary Supervisor

Please apply in person only with Gleeson Superintendent Todd Hamilton at the jobsite trailer located at:

We are looking for people who are compassionate and enjoy the elderly to come to work for Clearview Homes. If you want job satisfaction by working with a caring team, come in and visit with us about our starting rate and pay scale. Offering an excellent benefit package including: Paid Sick Leave • 401k • Paid Holidays Health and Life Insurance • Vacation

$50 or Less

UNITED RENTALS IS SELLING surplus equipment at no reserve internet auction. Bid now on semis, rollback trucks, trailers & more at www.purplewave.com, bidding closes Tues., Nov 19.

CONSTRUCTION HELP NEEDED

Clearview Homes

$50 or Less

1027 Jimmy Dean Ave. Osceola, IA 50213

— Everyone Welcome —

Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 4 to 6 p.m.

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

Sat. Nov. 16- 11:00AM Orient, IA. Tools, Misc., like new White Lawn Tractor, Modern Furniture, Household Goods, Collectibles for Franklin “Leroy” Morse Estate. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill. Advertise your auction in the CNA Classifieds and we will include it in our “Auction Calendar.”

and Southwest Iowa Advertiser Classified Email us your ad to classified@crestonnews.com include your name, address and phone number

1010 W. Montgomery • Creston Price Reduced to $148,000 Hosted by Ken Callahan

CDL DRIVER

Operations Supervisor Full Time

Iowa Select Farms has positions open for CDL Drivers responsible for transporting hogs within our Iowa-based production region. This candidate will be responsible for operating a semi-truck and trailer and following all safety, biosecurity and record keeping protocols.

Midwest Opportunities has an exciting career opportunity at our Creston location. Desired qualifications include: • Experience supporting individuals with disabilities • Supervisory experience • Strong computer skills; MS Office, Excel & Outlook • Positive Employment History We offer: Casual dress and work environment, generous paid time off, medical dental, and life insurance, retirement plan, flexible sending and other options.

This position requires a Class A CDL and a clean driving record. Candidates must be dependable, detail-oriented and very well organized. Competitive compensation and full benefits package.

If you would like to work in a casual environment where you can make a difference in the lives of others every day, please contact us!

Apply online at www.iowaselect.com, stop by 101 North Douglas in Afton to complete an application or call Human Resources at 641-347-5065. EOE.

Please send resume to: tami.snider@midwestopportunities.org

PRIOR CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED Post Offer Pre-Employment Drug Testing & E-Verify Required

Clearview Homes

Gleeson Constructors & Engineers, L.L.C. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Mount Ayr • 641-464-2240

www.gleesonllc.com

“A home away from home” Providing quality care for our residents for over 51 years!

Midwest Opportunities, Inc. 605 Grand Avenue • Creston, IA 50801 or call 641-782-5728 For more information about our program, please visit our web site at midwestopportunities.org. Applications are available online at our website

Moark LLC /Sunbest Foods

Dial-AService

now hiring!!

Join our Health Care Team

Now accepting applications for Production/Layers Houses and Processing/Packaging positions!

Patient Accounts Representative

1st shift available & shift schedules vary. Sunbest Foods offers many GREAT benefits available to you after 90 days!! Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Flex Plan, 401k after 6 months plus many other benefit options Please call the office at (641) 336-2292 or stop by our plant location in Clearfield for further information on our current openings! EOE

1641 Yellowstone Ave., Clearfield, iowa 50840

JOB FAIR Saturday, Nov. 16

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Interviews being conducted from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Michael Foods, Inc. in Lenox, Iowa, has immediate opportunities for employment on 1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts Michael Foods is a diversified food processor and distributor with businesses in egg products, refrigerated grocery products and refrigerated potato products. Previous experience in food manufacturing is not required.

We will train people with a solid work history! For further information contact Human Resources at (641) 333-4700 or come to the plant (1009 S. Brooks St.) to apply Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Announcing e recent plant wid pay rate increases! Attn: Human Resources 1009 South Brooks St. • Lenox, IA 50851 Fax (641) 333-4800 • Phone (641) 333-4700 EOE/AAP

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Performs duties primarily associated with patient accounts and demonstrates ability to file claims with primary and secondary insurance carriers on UB04 and 1500 claim forms. Provides excellent customer service to patients through written and verbal communication. Manages designated accounts receivable accounts to promptly secure accurate payments Full by processing insurance carrier denials, resolving Time - 36 hours per week Applyimmediately online at www.madisonhealth.com credit balances and responding to patient inquiries in a timely manner. Previous billing experience preferred. We provide a 300 W. Hutchings St., Winterset, Iowa 50273 competitive and comprehensive compensation package including MCHCS is an equal opportunity employer PTO, IPERS and on-site fitness facility.

hoME SERvICES DIRECToRY Find the right people for the job, right here.

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.

300 W. Hutchings St., Winterset, Iowa 50273

Backhoe & Bulldozer

Siding & Windows

MCHCS HW Patient Accounts Rep 3x5 11/12 The Shopper; 11/13 The Madisonian Tim L

LAND AUCTION

MARJORIE CAROL FOY CONSERVATORSHIP

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.

80 acres in Ringgold County

Backhoe Service

Full Time Apply online at www.madisonhealth.com MCHCS is an equal opportunity employer

Land Location: East side of 200th Avenue, Shannon City, IA General Description: 80 acres more or less. Legal Description: The West Half of the Northwest Quarter (W1/2NW1/4) in Section Eleven (11), Township Seventy (70) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P.M., in Ringgold County, Iowa, or as per abstract. • Available to farm March 1, 2014 • CSR: NW1/4NW1/4 is 38.24 and SW1/4NW1/4 is 34.39 • Net Taxes: $336.00 and $378.00 TERMS: Cash, Ten percent (10%) down payment after conservatorship acceptance of bid with balance due at closing on or before December 23, 2013. Sale is not subject to buyer obtaining financing. METHOd OF SALE: Sealed bids will be received until 4 p.m. November 18, 2013, at Mullin, Mullin & Harvey, 109 W. Montgomery Street, Creston, Iowa. Those submitting highest sealed bids will be invited to a private auction on November 25, at the office of Mullin, Mullin & Harvey, at which time the successful buyer will sign a real estate contract containing the full terms of sale. Ten (10%) percent of the purchase price shall be paid upon execution of the contract and the balance of the purchase price will be due before December 23, 1013, upon presentation of abstract showing marketable title and delivery of Court Officer Deed. SELLERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. * Announcements on the day of sale shall take precedence over any written advertising material. • This sale is subject to the approval of the Iowa District Court for Ringgold County. • This sale is subject to a water easement with Michael L. Foy. For more particulars contact Michael Foy. • Buyers shall do their own research as to farming practices and tillable acres available. Sellers make no warranty as to ground quality and productivity.

For bid forms, proposed contract and additional information on the real estate, contact: Mullin, Mullin & Harvey, Loretta L. Harvey, Attorney at Law, 109 W. Montgomery Street, P.O. Box 85, Creston, Iowa 50801; phone (641) 782-7051; fax (641) 782-7053.

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 lines! New construction and repairs, wESTMAN wINDowS. ReplaceCreston & 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 SPRoUSE CoMPUTER SoLU- Charlie westman 641-782-4590 or TIoNS. 120 N. Main, Lenox, 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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ADDITIONAL GRAND OPENING INCENTIVES ON ALL NEW CHEVROLET VEHICLES! NEW CHEVY SPARK

NEW CHEVY SONIC

MSRP $14,145 Grand Opening Discount $657

605373S

$13,488

MSRP $17,015 Grand Opening Discount $1,727

$15,288

243955S

NEW CHEVY CRUZE

NEW CHEVY MALIBU

MSRP $19,180 Grand Opening Discount $2,692

120010C

$16,488

MSRP $23,080 Grand Opening Discount $4,192

$18,888

358784M

NEW CHEVY IMPALA

NEW CHEVY CAMARO

MSRP $27,670 Grand Opening Discount $2,682

188548I

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MSRP $24,245 Grand Opening Discount $3,457

NEW CHEVY EQUINOX

NEW CHEVY TAHOE 4X4

MSRP $25,085 Grand Opening Discount $3,797

428331E

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174577C

MSRP $48,735 Grand Opening Discount $10,047

334804T

NEWCHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4X4 Crew

NEW CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 4X4 Crew

MSRP $37,115 Grand Opening Discount $5,427

171891S

$31,688

$38,688

MSRP $45,025 Grand Opening Discount $9,137

222865S

$35,888

IOWA’S NEWEST CHEVY DEALER! INTERSTATECHEVROLET.COM • 515-523-1201 324 St.,Stuart StuartIAIA 50250 25 Minutes Creston 324SW SW 8th 8th St., 50250 • 25• Minutes From From West Des Moines• •I-80 I-80/ /Exit Exit 93 93

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