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Two dead after drowning in Adams County pond More details will be available after a press conference slated 10:30 a.m. today at Corning Fire Station. ■

Two St. Malachy School elementary students died after falling through ice on a farm pond and drowning near their home late Saturday afternoon. According to an Adams Coun-

ty Sheriff press release, the sheriff’s office and fire department responded at 5:34 p.m. to 1623 Vanilla Ave., about eight miles northeast of Prescott. Nathan and T.J. Frey, 9 and 11 years old respectively, were located under the ice. Both boys were taken by air ambulance to Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines. St. Malachy held a short prayer service at 9:15 a.m. this morning that was open to the public.

SWCC accepts excavation, footings bids for new dorm By BAILEY POOLMAN

CNA staff reporter bpoolman@crestonnews.com

Southwestern Community College Board of Directors passed motions to hire Seamus Excavating and Jensen Builders to start dirt work and footings for the college’s new dorm to be finished in 2014. Board members Vicki Sickels and Carol Saxton were absent from the special meeting Tuesday. The board voted unanimously to hire Seamus Excavating of Urbandale to do site development for the new dorm with a bid of $721,680. The competitor was Elder Corporation of Des Moines with a bid of $768,239.85. The estimated cost of the dirt work was $615,100. “They’re looking at making sure they have winterization costs covered in there,” said Tom Lesan, SWCC vice president of economic development. “Probably shouldn’t be that surprising to us. Didn’t like it, Lesan but shouldn’t be that sur- ■ Dirt work has begun. prised.” The completion date See photo for dirt work is expected on page 2A. to be Jan. 4. Jensen Builders of Des Moines was voted unanimously to put in the concrete foundations for the new residence hall. The company had a bid of $143,400, which was comparative to its competitive bid of $193,840 by Jordison Construction of Urbandale. The estimated cost of the concrete foundations was $165,900. Alternative costs were included in each bid, which covers a certain type of building process. Instead of building straight from the foundation, according to Lesan, the contractors would build starting one level up to prevent any problems during winter construction. “This allows them to basically trench out the footings and fill it full of concrete instead of forming it all up and having to backfill to protect it,” said Ken Rech, president of SWCC board. “That way it eliminates any fear of having frozen soil along the site during the curing process.” In other SWCC news: • The board of directors will hold a hearing and meeting Tuesday to vote on bids for things such as trusses and elevators.

The Adams County Sheriff department held a press conference at 10:30 a.m. at the Corning Fire Department. The Creston News Advertiser will have more information as it becomes available online at www.crestonnewsadvertiser.com. Funeral services for Nathan and T.J. are pending at Powers Funeral Home, junction of highways 34 and 25, Creston. St. Malachy will dismiss school for all or part of the day so fac-

ulty, staff, students and parents can attend the funeral. “Please help your child understand that it is normal to experience strong Walsh physical and emotional reactions following the death of someone close to them, and that it is OK to talk to someone else about how they are

feeling,” said St. Malachy Principal John Walsh. “Please let the classroom teacher know if your child is in need of extra support.” A grief counseling team from the Area Education Agency (AEA) will be at the school today to work with individuals and classrooms. Counselors will meet specifically with fourth- and fifth-grade classes. The grief counsel team will be available the remainder of the week.

OPENING DAY Deer shotgun season starts Saturday in Iowa. 100,000 hunters statewide expected to participate. ■

By KYLE WILSON

CNA asst. managing editor kwilson@crestonnews.com

This Saturday, Creston native Kyle Heatherington will awake long before the sun rises to illuminate the woodlands of southwest Iowa. Saturday is one of — if not — the most exciting days for Heatherington. It’s opening day for deer shotgun season and Heatherington and a group of about eight friends have high hopes of harvesting the biggest buck in the area. “I’ll be up early,” H e a t h e r - Heatherington ington said, “and I won’t get much sleep the night before. That’s just the way it’s been for me since I started going deer hunting with my dad and brother when I was 12 years old. Everyone has a passion. Mine’s hunting.” Heatherington will be one of more than an estimated 100,000 hunters tromping through Iowa timber during Saturday’s opening day for first shotgun season. Iowa’s shotgun deer seasons are the most popular among hunters and account for more than half of all deer harvested. Chad Paup, DNR biologist for south-central Iowa, said hunters will see plenty of deer this shotgun s e a s o n Paup with deer population locally comparable to 2012. Paup said hunters will benefit from the recent cold snap as deer have

moved away from open areas and into the woodlands. “The woods are concentrated with deer right now. Hunters should see plenty of deer,” Paup said. Paup said last year southwest Iowa hunting was impacted by Epizootic Hemorrhaging Disease (EHD) — a virus that killed deer across central, west central and southwest Iowa. However, Paup said the disease will not be a concern this shotgun season as cold weather has killed off the insect that carries the disease.

Forecast First shotgun season is only five days long — from Saturday through Dec. 11. Second season runs from Dec. 14-22. That’s a relatively short time frame to harvest a deer and often times, hunters have to adapt to weather conditions. That said, the forecast for Saturday looks chilly. No precipitation is expected in the Creston area Saturday, but temperatures at sunrise will be in the single digits with an afternoon high of 20 degrees. “Hunters are looking at 5 degrees at sunrise,” said Harry Hillaker, state climatologist. “That’s below normal for this time of year. The only good news, however, is

CNA photo by TOM DANILOVICH

This photo by Tom Danilovich of a buck was taken in Union County. Hunters will have a chance to harvest bucks like this one when deer shotgun season opens Saturday.

the very wind conditions expected Wednesday will die down by Saturday.” Hunting hours during first and second shotgun season begins 30 minutes before sunrise and ends 30 minutes after sunset. Shotgun season is followed by late muzzleloader slated Dec. 23-Jan. 10.

Safety

Corey Carlton, game warden for Union and Ringgold counties, reminds all hunters to be safe this shotgun season. Carlton’s top safety tips include always wearing blaze orange while hunting Please see SHOTGUN, Page 2

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Deaths T.J. Frey

cy Medical Center in Des Moines. Creston Services are pending at T.J. Frey, 11, of Creston Powers Funeral Home, juncdied Nov. 30, 2013, at Mer- tion of highways 34 and 25.

Nate Frey

cy Medical Center in Des Moines. Creston Services are pending at Nate Frey, 9, of Creston Powers Funeral Home, juncdied Nov. 30, 2013, at Mer- tion of highways 34 and 25.

Mardale Paxton

Afton died Nov. 30, 2013, at Afton Care Center. Services are pending at Powers Funeral Home, 612 Afton Mardale Paxton, 85, of N. Dodge St., Afton.

Gerald Weed Littleton, Colo.

Gerald (“Jerry�) Weed, passed away November 25, 2013 at age 87. He grew up in Orient, Iowa as one of 12 children of Gertrude and Lonnie Weed. Jerry just celebrated his 63rd wedding anniversary with wife, Charlotte. He and Charlotte lived in Littleton, Colorado and have four children: Mike, Dave (and Sherry), Sharla (and Bob), and Tammy (and Mike); ten grandchildren: Trevor, Tony, Andrea, Bridget (and Mike), Derek, Greg (and Laurien), AK (and Lauren), Wes, Evan, and Elise; three great grandchildren: Ashley, Madison, and Isabelle; and one great, great grandchild: Dahlia. In addition to his wife and children, Jerry is survived by his brother, George, and his sisters, Wanda, Waneta, and Ruth. Jerry was a kind, loving husband, parent and grandparent who cared deeply for his family and friends. He enjoyed the outdoors— camping, fishing, hiking, skiing, golfing, and flower gardening. He’s an avid Broncos fan, could solve any Sudoku or word puzzle, enjoyed making homemade

vanilla ice cream, crafted beautiful stained glass pieces, and loved to clown around. His smile was contagious. A service was held for Jerry at 3:00 pm on November 30 at Saint Luke’s Methodist Church, 8817 South Broadway, Littleton, CO. A reception followed at 4:00 pm at Horan & McConaty, 5303 East County Line Road, Centennial, CO. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to one of the following charities in Gerald Weed’s memory: Arthritis Association of Denver at 2280 South Albion Street, Denver, CO 80222 or the website at: http://www.kintera.org/siteapps/personalpage/ShowPage.aspx?c=7dJJKVNpFk G&b=310275&sid=jrKWK 2NHLjLOJUOAIpE Or... The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado by mail at 455 Sherman Street, Suite 500, Denver, CO 80203 or the website at: http://act. alz.org/site/TR/Events/ Tributes-AlzheimersCha mpions?pxfid=196289& fr_id=1060&pg=fund See more at: http://www. horancares.com/obituary/ Gerald-Jerry-Weed/Littleton-CO/1317514#sthash. OnfrrNeP.dpuf

SHOTGUN: Continued from Page 1

and always keeping firearms unloaded while inside your vehicle. “Keep your blaze orange on,� Carlton said. “Guys will sometimes get hot while walking and will take off some layers of clothing. They’ll then forget to put the blaze orange back on. Don’t do that.� Carlton said statistics show the greatest source for death or injury during shotgun season is when hunters are so focused on the target that they forget to look beyond the target before firing. “They see that big buck and get tunnel vision,� Carlton said. “They get excited and don’t pay attention to their surroundings.� Other helpful safety tips include:

Iowa Department of Natural Resources

Iowa’s shotgun season kicks off Saturday and runs through Dec. 11. The remaining 2013-14 deer seasons are also listed, as well as when hunters can purchase licenses.

• Developing your skills and knowledge, and sharing them with others. • When hunting in a tree

shoppers, they spent less than a year ago. This year, consumers spent on average $407.02 from Thursday through Sunday, compared with $423.55 in 2012. “Retailers’ late night and early morning promotions struck just the right chord for those hoping to kick off the holiday shopping season with friends and family,� Matthew Shay, president and chief executive of the National Retail Federation, said in a written statement. “With only a few

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• Make sure equipment is in good working condition and your firearm is properly sighted in.

CNA photo by JAKE WADDINGHAM

Dirt work: A bulldozer moves dirt at Southwestern Community College Sunday afternoon, starting the building process of a new dormitory on campus.

Retailers group says Thanksgiving shoppers were up 10 million; spending down The National Retail Federation reported that more than 141 million shoppers will have visited stores or retailers’ websites by the end of the Thanksgiving weekend, up by about 2 million from last year. Many retailers opened their doors on Thanksgiving Day — some for the first time — much to the chagrin of retail workers. That day attracted nearly 45 million shoppers, up 10 million from a year ago, according to the retail group. Even though their more

stand, wear a safety harness. Serious accidents occur annually when hunters fall from tree stands.

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There’s No Place Like Creston for the Holidays December 5 to December 8 & December 14, 2013 (Events Subject to Change)

December 5th Comfort and Joy Quilt Show 9 a.m. until after the parade Quilts & Other Notions Creative Center Festival of Trees 9 a.m. until after the parade American Home Design Center Quilt Block Walk in Uptown Businesses Santa & Mrs. Claus Arrive at the Depot, 4:30 to 7 p.m., Pictures available for a fee Friends of the Library Model Railroaders Working at the Depot 4:30 p.m. to close Creston Arts: Gallery Open at the Depot 4:30 p.m. to close ASP Soup Supper Depot 5:00-6:30 p.m. Creston Farmers/Winter Market, 4 to 8 p.m., 311 W. Montgomery

Carolathon, Christmas Around the World 5:00 - 6:30 p.m., 501 W. Montgomery Cider and Donut Holes Served in the Depot Lighted Christmas Parade, 7 p.m. Uptown Creston Fireworks after the Parade Iowa State Savings Bank Holiday Open House following the Parade, ISSB Uptown Location December 6th Comfort and Joy Quilt Show 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Quilts & Other Notions Creative Center Festival of Trees 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. American Home Design Center Quilt Block Walk in Uptown Businesses Creston Farmers/Winter Market, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., 311 W. Montgomery

For more information contact the Creston Chamber of Commerce, 641-782-7021 • www.crestoniowachamber.com • chamber@crestoniowachamber.com

December 7th Comfort and Joy Quilt Show 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Quilts & Other Notions Creative Center Festival of Trees 8 a.m. to Noon American Home Design Center Quilt Block Walk in Uptown Businesses Creston Farmers/Winter Market, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 311 W. Montgomery December 8th St. Malachy All School Christmas Concert 2:00 p.m., Performing Arts Center All Creatures Great & Small Concert 2:00 p.m., CHS December 14th Santa at the Christmas Castle at the Restored Depot Model Railroaders Working at the Depot 9 a.m. to Noon CARE Craft and Goodie Boutique at the Depot 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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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.

TOPS No. 1338, 5 p.m., First United Methodist Church. Crest Area Theatre, 7 p.m. general membership meeting, Southwestern Community College Performing Arts Center Green Room. AA, 5:30 p.m., Crossroads Mental Health Center, 1003 Cottonwood Rd. Open meeting. AA, 7:30 p.m., United Church of Christ, 501 W. Montgomery St. Use east door.

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Retired Greater Community Hospital employees coffee, 9:30 a.m., Hy-Vee. Creston Kiwanis Club, noon, The Windrow, 102 W. Taylor St. Achievers Club, noon potluck, First Christian Church. 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.

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For Creston the record Meeting

Creston City Council, 6 p.m. Tuesday, council chambers, restored Creston Depot. Agenda includes: public forum; request for extension to receive audit proposal; possible resolutions to accept bids and award contract for auditing services for fiscal years ending June 30, 2014, 2015 and 2016; DNR grant of $3,500; special assess unpaid mowing nuisances; authorize mayor to sign agreement with Iowa Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2015 airport capital improvement program; pay estimate No. 1 of $83,075.61 to Feldhacker Contracting for work completed on the airport T-hangar access taxiway improvements project; pay estimate No. 2 of $28,276.28 to Kimery Electric for work completed on the airport lighting improvements project; motion to approve temporary closing of parking spaces for the lighted Christmas parade: six in front of Iowa State Savings Bank, four in front of Adams Street Espresso and five in front of The Lobby.

Police

Deuter Malone, 47, 402 S. Vine St., was charged with public intoxication 8:56 p.m. Wednesday at 303 W. Adams St. According to a Creston Police report, Malone was asked to leave The Lobby, 301 W. Adams St., because he was causing a disturbance. He was standing outside the bar, refusing to leave, and continued to cause a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers observed Malone staggering outside the bar and appearing to be very intoxicated. An officer noticed a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage as Malone spoke, and he could hardly stand without falling over. Malone was charged and had to be helped inside the patrol car. Malone refused to provide a sample of breath on the Data Master. Malone was released on $300 bond. ——————

Trevor Dillon Loudon, 24, 608 N. Birch St., was charged with assault midnight Thursday at the Union County Law Enforcement Center. According to a Creston Police report, officers were dispatched to 610 N. Birch St. for an assault. Officers spoke with the victim and two witnesses at the Union County Law Enforcement Center. The victim explained Loudon entered the residence, began talking to the victim, and the victim wanted him out of the house. Loudon refused to leave peacefully. He then displayed a compressed air BB gun, and shot the front window of the house and the victim, causing bodily injury. Loudon was released on $2,000 bond. —————— Amy Cannon, 24, of Osceola was charged with fifth-degree theft 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Wal-Mart, 806 Laurel St. According to a Creston Police report, Cannon took a bottle of Fructis Style flatiron spray from Wal-Mart without planning to pay for it. Value of the product does not exceed $200. Cannon was released on promise to appear.

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Horoscope Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Conversations about travel, politics, religion, history and philosophical ideas will really grab you today, because you have definite ideas — ideas you identify with. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You’ll have no trouble defending your own best interests about shared property, taxes, debt, loans or anything you share with someone else. In fact, you might have a vigorous debate with someone. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) This is a good day to put your cards on the table regarding close friendships and partnerships. Discussions will be invigorating, but they also might be aggressive and pushy (on both sides). CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You’re willing to work hard today, and you’re just as willing to persuade others to agree with you. You have lots of mental energy, which means you likely will get your way. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) This is a playful, fun-loving day. Enjoy puzzles, movies, entertaining diversions, especially things that stimulate you mentally. Sports will be especially competitive. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) This is a good day to tackle repairs. Family discussions will be dynamic and vibrant. (Let’s face it: You want your way!) LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Today you can sell snow to the Eskimos. This is a strong day for those of you in sales, marketing, teaching, writing, acting and public speaking. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Act on your moneymaking ideas, because your enthusiasm and energy will carry the day. Look for the edge that will help to boost your earnings. (It’s there.) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Conversations with others will be exciting and vibrant today. You have lots of mental energy, and you’re keen to share your ideas with everyone. Yada yada yada. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Any kind of research that you want to do today will go well. You have the mental energy to delve deep to find what you’re looking for. You’re also obsessed with secrets today.

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Hawks win AMES — Iowa won seven of 10 matches and beat host Iowa State 23-9 Sunday in their annual wrestling dual meet. The fourth-ranked Hawkeyes (4-0) beat the rival Cyclones for the 10th straight time and claimed the Dan Gable Traveling Trophy for the fourth time in as many tries. Top-ranked Derek St. John beat Iowa State’s John Nicholson 5-1 to clinch the meet for Iowa, which scored a pair of major decisions. Kyven Gadson, Quean Smith and Luke Goettl posted wins for the Cyclones (5-1). Iowa’s Cory Clark, ranked fourth nationally at 125 pounds, survived a furious rally by Earl Hall to win 8-7 on riding time and put the Hawkeyes up 10-6 at intermission. Topranked Tony Ramos then opened things up with another dominant performance. Ramos crushed redshirt freshman Dakota Bauer 16-5, which included 3:43 of riding time. Nick Moore’s third-period takedown of Moreno capped the win for the Hawkeyes, who can now look ahead to its highlyanticipated home meet with Penn State on Dec. 21.

Chiefs fall KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Peyton Manning threw for 403 yards and five touchdowns, four of them to Eric Decker, and the Denver Broncos held off a rally to beat the Chiefs 35-28 and seize control of the AFC West. Decker had eight catches for a career-high 174 yards for the Broncos (10-2), who moved a game clear of the Chiefs (9-3) in the division. With four games left, Denver also holds the tiebreaker by virtue two wins over Kansas City in the past three weeks. The Broncos have the AFC’s best record. Manning has 41 TD passes, breaking his franchise record of 37 set last season.

Marlin is the all-time Creston leading winner at 204-6, and Hulett stands fourth at 178-31. Marlin also became Iowa’s all-time leading pinner (147). The Panthers were 16-3 in duals (13-1 regular season) while pacing fifth at the traditional state tournament and sixth in their four straight appearance at the State Dual Meet Tournament. The Panthers also dealt with the death of teammate Dalton Hribal in a Nov. 23, 2012, auto accident.

CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews.com

The loss of half of the starting lineup — including fourtime state champion Jake Marlin and state champ Keaton Hulett — would seemingly create a massive rebuilding effort in Creston/O-M wrestling. But, coach Darrell Frain says there’s enough talent on hand to call it a “transition” year instead, as the 2013-14 team is unveiled at home Tuesday against Interstate 35 and Nodaway Valley, starting at 5:30 p.m. The cupboard is not bare as Frain, recently inducted into the Riverside High School Wrestling Hall of Fame, begins his 14th year at the Panther helm. He is assisted by Cody Downing and Matt Long. “I think your goals inside the room are the same, but you have to change expectations a little bit,” Frain said. “Those were five or six kids who were in our lineup for four years. It’s going to be a little bit of a transition year.” Instead of dominating meets with a run of pins and technical falls, it may be more of a case of grinding out some wins to come out on top. “We got a lot of pins last year, a lot of bonus points,” Frain said. “We might have more close matches. We just find ways to win, hopefully.” Last year’s collection of elite talent culminated in Marlin joining current Iowa teammate Brandon Sorensen as the 22nd and 23rd four-

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Creston/O-M senior Kruz Adamson (left) drives sophomore Wyatt Thompson (right) during a practice drill at a preseason practice. Assistant coach Cody Downing is pictured in the background. Adamson, a two-time district qualifier, and Thompson, a state qualifier last year, are two of the top returners on this year’s team.

time champions in Iowa. They were the primary subjects of a film, “Wrestling With Iowa,” by Ohio film graduate student Tim Jackson to be shown in the state later this winter. Joining Marlin (138 pounds) on the championship medal stand was 195-pound

senior Keaton Hulett, making his second appearance in the state finals. Marlin and Hulett had a combined 1102 record last year, with both losses coming at the multistate Kansas City Stampede tourney in December. Other seniors on last year’s

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Victory slips away from Spartan women Spartan lead evaporates in second half By SCOTT VICKER

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BCS leaders Florida State and Ohio State are in position to play for the BCS national championship, though Auburn and Missouri are close enough behind in the BCS standings to put pressure on the Buckeyes. The Seminoles grabbed the top spot in the BCS standings released Sunday after Alabama relinquished it for the first time this season. The Crimson Tide’s wild 34-28 loss at Auburn dropped Alabama to fourth. Ohio State is second and Auburn is third. Missouri is fifth. Auburn and Missouri play in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday in Atlanta. The winner should get a boost in the standings, but it might not be enough to catch the unbeaten Buckeyes. Ohio State (12-0) faces Michigan State, 10th in the latest standings, in the Big Ten championship game Saturday in Indianapolis. Florida State is first in both the USA Today coaches’ poll and Harris poll, and rated No. 1 in the compilation of six computer rankings used in the BCS standings.

Panther team that won the Hawkeye 10 Tournament and finished second behind Glenwood in dual competition were state-qualifying heavyweight Nate Robinson, career 106-match winner Gage Cheers, Jacob Johnston, Cole Tanner and Katie Stevens.

This year’s team returns 15 lettermen and could again rank among the top squads in southwest Iowa, and contend in the Hawkeye 10 Conference. “Clarinda will have more kids back than anybody,” Frain said. “They were very young last year. Atlantic has some kids back. Glenwood graduated some good kids. We’re in a pretty similar situation.” Frain was asked about the expected conference favorite. “It’s probably a tossup,” he said. “It’s probably looked at as Clarinda, Glenwood and us, then LC and Atlantic.” Not all of the “star power” is gone from last year’s Panther team. The leading returnee is two-time state qualifier Trevor Frain, who placed fourth at 160 pounds last year as a junior. He was 54-5 with 29 pins, and already ranks 14th

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Southwestern freshman Peyton Russell of Bedford (30) passes ahead to a teammate on a fast break as Cyneia Hunter of Southeast Nebraska chases the play here Saturday. Russell scored three points in the Spartans’ 73-63 defeat.

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CNA sports writer • lpeterson@crestonnews.com

Southeast Nebraska women outscored Southwestern 45-27 in the second half to overtake the Spartans for a 73-63 victory Saturday afternoon. Southwestern (2-7) held a 36-28 lead at halftime. Midway through the second half, the game was tied 45-45. With some quick baskets converted off of fullcourt pressure, the Storm moved in front by 10 points (57-47) with 6:42 left. Playing shorthanded with eight available players — freshmen J’myrehea Douglas and Rhecie Lee of Port Allen, La. were held out for violation of team rules — the Spartans again fell behind by double digits (69-59) with just under two minutes remaining. Coach Addae Houston said it was another case of a victory that might have been. “We gave up 45 points in

the second half,” he said. “We have to find a way to correct that problem. It’s the little things, executing down the stretch. For instance they were pressing us, and we had multiple passes that weren’t the right pass, or when it was, we were not coming to meet the pass and it was stolen.” The Spartans also had unfortunate timing when point guard Morgan Knorr suffered a leg cramp and had to leave temporarily late in the game. “That was a crucial moment for us. Unfortunate, when they were pressing us,” Houston said. Sophomore post player Darian Polson led Southwestern with 20 points. Jill Vanderhoof, freshman from Villisca, c h i p p e d Polson in 16 and Knorr

finished with 12. Southwestern was 19-of-22 at the free throw line. The teams play again Feb. 17 at Beatrice, Neb. “That is definitely a team we could beat,” Houston said. “We play them again at their place, and it will be tougher over there, but we played a consistent first half today and showed what we can do.” The Spartans jump right back into action tonight with a 7 p.m. matchup at home against Simpson College JV.

SE NEBRASKA (73) — Chelseah Savage 5 4-4 18, Meshia Smith 6 3-4 15, Toniesha Rainey 3 2-2 9, Dionne Martin 4 1-2 9, Breanna Grant 4 0-4 8, Danielle Dowell 2 0-0 5, Makayla McDaniel 1 2-4 5, Cyneia Hunter 2 0-2 4. Totals — 27 12-22 73. 3-point goals — 4 (Rainey 1, Dowell 1, McDaniel 1, Savage 1). Team fouls — 22. Fouled out  — None. SOUTHWESTERN (63) — Darian Polson 9 2-3 20, Jill Vanderhoof 6 3-3 16, Morgan Knorr 2 8-8 12, Jordan Williamson 1 5-6 7, Peyton Russell 1 1-2 3, Kristin Klocksiem 1 0-0 3, Na Keyia Harris 1 0-0 2. Totals — 21 19-22 63. 3-point goals — 2 (Vanderhoof 1, Klocksiem 1). Team fouls — 20. Fouled out  — Russell. SE Nebraska — 28 73 SWCC — 36 63

The Southwestern men’s basketball team had an 11-1 Southeast Nebraska team on the ropes here Saturday, but saw a seven-point halftime lead slip away in a 65-60 loss. Southwestern head coach Mike Holmes said his team played solid basketball in the first half, as the Spartans built a 36-29 lead. “We took pretty good care of the ball,” he said. “Making shots obviously helps a little bit. We found open guys, made some plays. Defensively, we were pretty good — moving with our hands off, taking away the rim. First half, we basically played about as well as we can play.” It was an entirely different story in the second half, however. Holmes estimated his team turned the ball over only twice in the first half, but probably 10 times in the second half. Many of those turnovers came at crucial times. “We had a gap from about the 13-minute mark to the

8-minute mark where we didn’t rotate very well,” he said. “They got to the rim, which should never happen. But the biggest thing was just careless with the ball. We can’t survive that way.” The Spartans appeared to be in a position to go down the floor and tie the game late, as Southeast Nebraska was inbounding the ball with :01 left on the shot clock and just :10 remaining in the game. But, Jarod Gamble found himself open on the wing near the end of the five-second window to inbound the ball, and knocked down an uncontested jumper to bury Southwestern’s hopes by making the score 65-60. “Last possession, we don’t communicate very well, and we let a guy slip to the wing and have a chance at a good shot versus a contested shot,” Holmes said. “Can’t win doing that stuff.” Mataika Koyamainavure led the Spartans with 20 points, while Larry Mason and Tanner Kellogg both Please see SPARTANS, page 8A

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Southwestern sophomore Jared Theis (33) blocks the shot of Southeast Nebraska’s Baron Smith during the second half of Southwestern’s 65-60 loss Saturday, as teammate Nick Lenhard (right) also defends on the play.


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on the program’s all-time victory list at 127-35. He may wrestle up a weight class or two early in the season, but could end up at 170 at tournament time. Another state returnee is sophomore Wyatt Thompson, who may start out at 126. But, he could drop to last year’s 120 spot if senior Kruz Adamson, a two-time district qualifier, settles in at 113 pounds. There are 31 100-victory wrestlers in Creston history, and five were on last year’s team, including Adamson getting to 105 with last year’s 37-15 campaign. Several other letterwinners are in the lineup, and may be shuffled around from meet to meet depending on projected matchups. A newcomer will take over at 106 pounds this year, as junior Stone Hammons has grown to the 120 range. Freshmen Jacob Goodson, Trevor Marlin and Carson

Wheat are competing. Another freshman, Brody Frain, is certified at 106 but expected to see some time at 113 or 120 as needed. Adamson and Thompson figure to get the most work at 120. Juniors Alex Fargo and Spencer Wray, who missed much of last season with thumb surgery, are vying at 126, although Wray could be a regular at 132. Junior Bryce Briley is another candidate at 132.

Stocked in middle There is a logjam of veterans in the middle weights of 138, 145, 152 and 160. Frain could use several combinations, depending on the strengths of the opponent. They include 132-pound returnee Joey Huntington; seniors Garret Taylor and Zack Peppmeier, who have been JV standouts; and younger wrestlers Cameron Leith, Jackson Mikkelsen and Chase Shiltz. Senior Gavin Leith, a two-time district qualifier, enters the picture at 152 or higher.

“We have so many middles who could help us on any given night,” Frain said. “It’s a nice problem to have.” Shiltz is a five-time state AAU tournament champion, claiming last year’s title at 140 pounds, and has extensive national experience. “Chase probably has the most credentials of any freshman we’ve ever had coming in,” Frain said. “But he may wrestle up to 152. That’s asking a lot of a freshman. He’ll compete well for us in our schedule. As for the state picture, we don’t know yet. He’ll see some elite kids in Kansas City and get an idea where he’s at.” Gavin Leith and junior Tayler Pettit figure to handle most of the duty at 170, until wrestlers begin to move down in the lineup and Frain settles in at 170. Early in the season, Frain and senior Adam Baker could take the 182 spot, with either capable of filling in at 195. Sophomore returnee Seth Maitlen could be the 195-pounder at tournament

time, but is likely at 220 to start the season. Others in the mix are freshmen Kadon Hulett and Cody Tanner and sophomore Zach Hoffman. Senior baseball standout Trevor Luther, in his first year of wrestling, helps provide depth anywhere from 170 to 220, Frain said, with junior Chad Lamb also at 170. The only true heavyweight is junior Jake Gutschenritter, who joined the team at midseason last year in preparation for succeeding Robinson this season. The roster of 38 is slightly larger than last year, including 11 freshmen. “There are a lot of little brothers of wrestlers in that class,” Frain said. “In wrestling, you can lose a lot and still have a chance the next year. From first to last in experience, this is the hardestworking group. I can’t explain it, but they’re just all really good workers.” After Tuesday, the Panthers enter their first tournament of the season Saturday at Dallas Center-Grimes,

starting at 10:30 a.m.

Postseason This year the Panthers head west for postseason, with sectionals at Shenandoah Feb. 8 and districts at Atlantic Feb. 15. Top Hawkeye 10 teams and Albia appear to be the toughest competition for a state dual berth, Frain said, depending on the regional dual assignment.

Roster (* — letterwinner) Seniors — *Kruz Adamson (113-120), *Adam Baker (170-182), *Trevor Frain (170-182), *Gavin Leith (152-160), Trevor Luther (170-195), *Zack Peppmeier (138145), Zack Stovie (145), *Garret Taylor (138-145). Juniors — *Alex Fargo (126), *Bryce Briley (132), Jake Gutschenritter (285), *Stone Hammons (120), Tyler Helm (138), Colton Hoepker (132), Chad Lamb (170), *Tayler Pettit (160), *Spencer Wray (126-132). Sophomores — Kyle Fenton (132), Darrian Fisher (126), Zach Hoffman (220), *Joey Huntington (138-145), Cameron Leith (132138), *Seth Maitlen (195-220), Nick Perry (120), *Wyatt Thompson (120-126). Freshmen — Colton Bolinger (152-160), Demitrius Campbell (132), Brody Frain (106-113), Keaton Eslinger (152-160), Jacob Goodson (106), Kadon Hulett (182220), Trevor Marlin (106), Jackson

Sports briefs Bearcats advance MARYVILLE, Mo. — Northwest Missouri State used a big third quarter to pull away from Minnesota-Duluth and won 45-21 in a second round game of the Division II playoffs. The Bearcats led 10-0 at the half and then extended the lead to 31-0 on three Trevor Adams’ third quarter touchdown passes. Duluth came back to score the first 21 points of the fourth quarter and pulled within 10, but the Bearcats iced the game on two short Brady Bolles touchdown runs. Bearcat defensive lineman Collin Bevins of Creston had one tackle before leaving the game with a knee injury in the first half. An MRI for possible MCL tear was expected to be conducted today. The top-seeded 12-0

Bearcats will host No. 6 seed St. Cloud State (12-1), who upset Minnesota-Mankato, 54-48. Game time is noon Saturday.

Intrastate matchup BALDWIN CITY, Kan. — Junior Ryan Kasdorf threw for five touchdowns, lifting fifth-ranked Morningside to an NAIA quarterfinal win over Baker, 36-28, at Liston Stadium Saturday. Joel McCabe caught three touchdown passes to help Morningside (11-1) lead 2821 at halftime. Baker ended at 11-2. Alan Smith of Creston is a sophomore wide receiver for the Mustangs. Morningside now travels to Des Moines Saturday for a 1 p.m. semifinal matchup against second-ranked Grand View (12-0) at Williams Stadium near Des Moines East

High School. Grand View defeated Tabor (Kan.) 44-24 at home Saturday. The other semifinal pits Carroll (12-1) at No. 1 Cumberlands, Ky. (120).

Meet change Creston/O-M’s middle school wrestling meet Thursday has been moved to Winterset Junior High gym, starting at 4:15 p.m.

Express wrestling Practices begin this week at Burton R. Jones Center wrestling room (south end of Early Childhood Center) for the Express Wrestling Club. Registration can be completed the first week of practice at the scheduled time for that age group. Cost is $30 for Pre-K and kindergarten, and $40 for first grade and older. The Express Wrestling Tournament for Pre-K through eighth grade

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Mikkelsen (138-145), Chase Shiltz (138-152), Cody Tanner (215), Carson Wheat (106). Schedule Dec. 3 — vs. Interstate 35 and Nodaway Valley, 5:30 p.m. Dec. 7 — at Dallas CenterGrimes Tournament, 10:30 a.m. Dec. 12 — Double dual at Clarinda (Clarinda & Atlantic), 5:30 p.m. Dec. 13 — at Central Decatur Tournament 5 p.m. Dec. 17 — Double dual at Denison-Schleswig (D-S & Glenwood), 5:30 p.m. Dec. 21-22 — at Kansas City Stampede, Platte Co., Hale Arena Jan. 7 — at Carroll Kuemper Catholic (Kuemper & Lewis Central), 5:30 p.m. Jan. 9 — vs. Harlan, 6:30 p.m. Jan. 11 — Panther Invitational, 11 a.m. Jan. 16 — Double dual at Perry (Winterset & Perry), 5:30 p.m. Jan. 18 — at Centerville Tournament, 10 a.m. Jan. 21 — Double dual vs. Shenandoah & Red Oak, 5:30 p.m. Jan. 24-25 — at John Harris Invitational, Corning Jan. 30 — vs. Council Bluffs St. Albert, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 1 — Hawkeye 10 Tournament at Denison, 10:30 a.m. Feb. 8 — Sectional tournament at Shenandoah, noon Feb. 15 — District tournament at Atlantic, noon Feb. 19 — State Dual Team Tournament, Wells Fargo Arena, 9 a.m. Feb. 20-22 — State Tournament, Wells Fargo Arena REGULAR SESSION November 18, 2013 The Union County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Monday, Saturday18,of2013. the The month. November meetingKids was called to order at 9:00 AM with the folcan also sign up one Saturday lowing members present: Dennis Brown, at aMonday, time, with one week’s noLois and Ron Riley. AGENDA: Motion by Monday and tice. seconded by Brown to approve the Agenda. For All votingmore aye, motioninformation carried. MINUTES: by Monday and contact the Motion Southern Prairie seconded by Brown to approve November YMCA at 782-9622 or motion find 12, 2013 minutes. All voting aye, carried. information at www.southOPEN FORUM: Tim Ostroski, ernprairieymca.com. SICOG, discussed Cedarbrooke Place II Apartments. ENGINEER: Larry Latham, Union County Assistant Engineer, presented and discussed the weekly maintenance activity report. ASSESSOR: Gene Haner, Union County Assessor, discussed Family Farm Allowances and Disallowances. Motion by Brown and seconded by Monday to approve the Family Farm Allowances and Disallowances applications. All voting aye, motion carried. HUMAN RESOURCES: Paul Greufe, Union County Human Resource Representative, discussed compliance training for HIPPA, FMLA, Harassment, and I-9s by conference call. SUPERVISOR COMPENSATION BOARD REPRESENTATIVE: Motion by Brown and seconded Monday to appoint Marlin Neisemier as a Board of Supervisor Representative on the Compensation Board. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business, meeting was adjourned at 10:50 AM. ATTEST: SANDY HYSELL, AUDITOR BY: RONALD J RILEY, CHAIR

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reached double figures with 10 points. The Spartans fall to 4-4 for the season and return to action Wednesday at Grand View’s JV team, before traveling to William Penn and Wartburg on Saturday and Sunday to play their JV teams.

SOUTHEAST NEB. (65) — Josh Roberts 5 4-6 14, Tyrell Allen 0 2-2 2, John Swift 1 0-0 2, Tyrell Corlew 6 0-0 16, Altez

Davis 5 1-1 11, Ty Anderson 2 1-1 5, Baron Smith Jr. 2 0-0 4, Jarod Gamble 4 1-2 9, Jordan Brooks 0 2-2 2. Totals — 25 11-14 65. 3-point goals — 4 (Corlew 4). Team fouls — 12. Fouled out — none. SOUTHWESTERN (60) — Larry Mason 3 3-5 10, Mataika Koyamainavure 9 0-1 20, Elliott Hamdeed 3 0-0 7, Dylan Tucker 1 0-0 2, Matt Orchard 2 0-0 4, Jared Theis 3 0-0 7, Tanner Kellogg 5 0-0 10. Totals — 26 3-7 60. 3-point goals — 5 (Koyamainavure 2, Mason 1, Hamdeed 1, Theis 1). Team fouls — 16. Fouled out — none. SE Neb. — 29 65 SWCC — 36 60

YMCA Stingray swimming Council Bluffs meet Indianola meet COUNCIL BLUFFS — The 27-member Southern Prairie YMCA swim team coached by Cody Hudson opened the season at Council Bluffs with several high placings. The team has a Facebook page at YMCA Stingrays Swim Team, and the team website is spymcastingrays. shutterfly.com.

Placings from Council Bluffs: Age 8-and-under 25 freestyle — 1. Damien Flores; 2. Daniel Buls; 4. Tybee Plowman. 50 backstroke — 5. Cameron Guajardo. 25 backstroke — 1. Damien Flores; 2. Daniel Buls. Age 9-10 50 freestyle — 2. Gracie Hagle; 5. Connor Rink. 50 breaststroke — 1. Haley Plowman; 2. Gracie Hagle; 3. Lauren Qualseth. 50 breaststroke — 1. Isaiah Terlizzi. 100 breaststroke — 2. Keni Schaefer. 100 freestyle — 4. Scott Walter. Age 11-12 50 freestyle — 4. Myah Lanteri; 5. Devon Buls; 8. Rebekah Terlizzi. 50 backstroke — 8. Brittney Ring; 13. Lily Pryor. 50 backstroke — 3. Gabe Frakes. 100 backstroke — 3. Alex Roach. Age 13-14 200 breaststroke — 3. Dylan Linch. 50 freestyle — 4. Marissa Walter. Age 15-21 200 freestyle — 3. Jacob Walter.

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Age 8-and-under 50 freestyle — 5. Zoe Ralston. 25 freestyle — 3. Tybee Plowman; 17. Daniel Buls 50 freestyle — 3. Tybee Plowman. 25 freestyle — 3. Damien Flores. 50 backstroke — 5. Cameron Guajardo. Age 9-10 100 freestyle — 4. Gracie Hagle; 13. Haley Plowman; 17. Lauren Qualseth. 50 freestyle — 20. Connor Rink; 35. Justice Rinner. 50 breaststroke — 11. Isaiah Terlizzi. 50 backstroke — 9. Noah Adams. 100 breaststroke — 8. Keni Schaefer. 200 freestyle relay — 8. (Haley Plowman, Lauren Qualseth, Justice Rinner, Gracie Hagle). Age 11-12 50 butterfly — 10. Cassie Ralston. 100 individual medley — 15. Devon Buls; 17. Rebekah Terlizzi. 50 freestyle — 21. Gabe Frakes. 100 backstroke — 6. Alex Roach. 50 breaststroke — 14. Brittney Ring; 16. Lily Pryor. 200 medley relay — 7. (Brittney Rink, Haley Plowman, Cassie Ralston, Gracie Hagle). Age 13-14 50 freestyle — 6. Kiersten Plowman. Age 12-21 200 individual medley — 5. Marissa Walter. 200 breaststroke — 3. Dylan Linch.

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Now Accepting Applications for the following positions:

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Project Location creston, ia Duties include: lifting, carrying, painting, grinding, rigging, climbing and assembly; Ability to lift 75 lbs; welding experience helpful.

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Greater Regional Medical Center has an immediate opening for a housekeeper. Position includes daily cleaning, sanitizing, and supplying of miscellaneous items, floor finishing, carpet cleaning and special projects as needed.

Employee will receive exceptional benefits, and competitive salary. Apply in person or online and view these jobs and more at www.greaterregional.org in the careers section. EOE. Post-offer drug screen required

Creston Nursing & Rehab Center is looking for a

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oy T E E FR 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

at United Church of Christ Congregational of Creston 501 W. Montgomery St.

Full-time

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

Jessica Seitz, RN Director of Nursing Services

Creston Nursing & Rehab Center

Now accepting applications for the Now accepting applications for the following position: following position:Network Coordinator Workforce Learning

Part-time Cashier Now accepting applications Now applications for the Office) for the English Language Learners (ELL) Part-time Cashier Now accepting accepting applications for the Now accepting applications for the (Business following position: following position: Outreach Specialist/Instructor following position: (Business Office) following position:

1001 Cottonwood, Creston, IA

641-782-8511

EOE

Please visit the website for more information: AdultforBasic Education Part-time Cashier www.swcciowa.edu/HR Please visit the website more information:

Part-time Cashier (Business Office) (Business Office) (Business Office) 1501 W. Townline St. Southwestern Community College (SWCC Success Center)

Part-time Cashier Part-time Cashier www.swcciowa.edu/HR High School Equivalency Instructor (Business Office)College Southwestern Community

Prairie View is having a

Memory Care Job Fair to explain the job positions on

Thursday December 5th from 1-5 pm

Creston,for IA 50801 1501 W. Townline St. visit the website Please more information: Please visit the Creston, website for more information: Please website for more Please visit theIA website forwww.swcciowa.edu/HR more information: 50801 AA; Equalinformation: Opportunity Educator and Employer

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or call 763-295-4367

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East Union CSD

Collaborative Classroom Associate Preferred Qualifications: Minimum of 2 years of completed post-secondary education, experience working with adolescent aged students. This job entails working with students who have been identified as needing special services. Primary responsibility will be to assist the students when they are in the general education classrooms. Expected to 1) support students’ learning at all times in order for students to attain the goals outlined for each in the IEP, 2) work collaboratively with the general education teachers, and 3) communicate with special education teacher. This position requires someone with the capacity to deliver effective learning strategies to help students acquire knowledge and skills, particularly in the areas of mathematics and English/Language Arts. Starting pay: $12/hour.

Send Letter of interest and references to East Union CSD Attention: Mark Weis, Secondary Principal 1916 High School Drive, Afton, IA 50830 EOE Application deadline December 6th, 2013

JOB FAIR Tuesday, dec. 3rd

at Prairie View Assisted Living

1709 W. Prairie St.

Bring your resume and interview that afternoon.

Prairie View Memory Care is seeking Part-time & Full-Time CNAs & CMAs

for all shifts in our upcoming memory care. In addition to personal care, memory care programming will involve providing meaningful activities and in a small group setting for early to mid stages of Alzheimer’s & Dementia. Must be caring and compassionate. Competitive Wages. If you love working with older adults in a team environment please apply online at www.midwest-health.com/careers. If you have questions please contact Gloria Rink, RN or Amy Edmonson-

Bonebrake at 641-782-3131.

PrairieView ASSISTED LIVING

&

MEMORY CARE

1709 W. Prairie St., Creston, IA

Earn Extra Cash!! Drivers NeeDeD

CRESTON AREA

Interviews being conducted from 9:00 am - 3:00 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!

Creston

Attn: Human Resources 1009 South Brooks St. • Lenox, IA 50851 Fax (641) 333-4800 • Phone (641) 333-4700 EOE/AAP

Monday thru Friday Delivery 11:30 a.m. pick-up Deliver by 5 p.m. Must have dependable transportation, valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance. Must be able to pass a motor vehicle records check.

To apply contact Sandy Allison at the Creston News Advertiser, 503 W. Adams or call 641-782-2141 x222


Creston News Advertiser Monday, December 2, 2013

Miscellaneous For Rent Cash, Cows, Corn, Cars- You’ll find them all in Classified Ads. 782-2141.

TO OUR READERS Creston Publishing Company does not knowingly accept advertising which is in violation of the law. We do not knowingly accept advertising that is fraudulent or has malicious intent. While we attempt to screen advertising with potential of fraud, it is impossible to screen all potential problems. We strongly encourage readers to exercise caution and common sense, particularly when dealing with unfamiliar companies.

For Rent

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, $400/month, plus deposit and electric, no pets, no smoking, references required, 641-344-3201.

ACREAGE FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home near Greenfield. 3 acres set up for horses. $700/mo. rent plus utilities, $700 deposit, references re2 BEDROOM HOUSE, quired, 402-721-2313 $500/month, plus deleave message. posit and utilities, no pets, no smoking, references required, 641- $50 or Less 344-3201.

New Today APARTMENT FOR RENT in Afton: Nice 1 bedroom, $450/month, references required, appliances furnished, washer and dryer on premises, 641-344-5478. STOP LOOKING - it’s all in the Want Ads.

FOR RENT: LARGE 2 Bedroom apartment in Corning, $600 per month, includes utilities. 641-202-1630.

HAVE AN ITEM YOU WOULD LIKE TO SELL FOR $50 OR LESS? Advertise it one time (5 consecutive days) for free, call 641-782-2141 ext. 239. (Private Party only, 3 item limit per ad). OLD CAMPER ITEMS: stove, refrigerator, water heater, Free; 2 sinks $15.00; shower/tub enclosure, $30.00, 641782-4582.

For Sale

$50 or Less 2 CLOCKS: ONE BATTERY operated with butterflies, one large print digital alarm clock, $10.00 each; four 2drawer space savers, 2 white, 2 dk brown, $10.00 each; table top Christmas tree with decorations, $20.00, 641782-6144.

CNA

Part-time, may lead to Full-time Contact Jacqi Reed

If you are interested please email Lesia Wynn at lwynn@vscnet.com or call 203-638-6329.

508 W. Pearl • Afton • 641-347-8416

A NEW LEAF

New Today MATCHING QUEEN ANNE chairs, $150.00 for both OBO; matching side tables with picture frame inserts, $20.00 for both, all in great condition, 641-7829609.

“Our Care Brightens Lives”

Afton Care Center

- Choose & Cut Scotch Pine - Fresh Fraser Fir (sizes to 11 feet) - Fresh Balsam & White Pine Garland - Fresh Wreaths and Swags - Christmas Shop

Wanted

Now open daily 9:00 a.m. ‘til 5:00 p.m.

Fred & Linda Shearer 1870 220th Street (1/2 mile west of Mercy Hospital)

Corning, Iowa 50841 (641) 322-4736

Apply online at www.permarsecurity.com 1-800-397-8354

Hammer Medical Supply, Iowa’s leading independent home medical equipment company, is seeking an LPN, RN or Respiratory Therapist to manage our Creston location. The successful candidate will be professional, possess excellent communication skills, and will have a passion for providing excellent customer service.

Joyful Noise presents...

All Creatures Great and Small Sunday, December 8, 2013 ~ 2 p.m. Creston High School Auditorium

Guests include: Ken Rummer, Juleen Krings, Meghin Pearson, Jane Warner, Community Mass Choir, John Steinbach, Mary O’Riley ...and our grandchildren!

Qualifications include:

• Active clinical license (LPN, RN, Respiratory Therapist) is required • Supervisory experience is preferred • Must possess effective time management, organizational and communication skills • Must possess strong computer skills

This is a full-time salaried position with bonus package. Hammer Medical Supply offers a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, 401k and employee profit sharing. A drug test and criminal background check will be required. If you are a dynamic individual seeking a management opportunity with a growing company, please send resume to:

Hammer Medical Supply Attention: Laura Thompson 1801 2nd Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50314 E-mail: LauraT@HammerMedical.com Fax: (515) 243-2522

Sat. Dec. 7- 11:00AM Lenox, IA. Farm Machinery & Farm Misc.; Tools; Antiques & Collectibles; Yard & Garden; Hot Tub for David Brown. Auctioneer: Brown & Kinker Auction Service. Sun. Dec. 8- 12:00PM Creston, IA. Close Out Auction for Country Hearts consisting of New Merchandise, Furniture and Displays for Bob and Kay Wagner. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill. Mon. Dec. 9- 10:30AM Corning, IA. 261 Taxable Acres, Adams Co., Washington Twp. for Don and Colleen Bickford. Auctioneers: Jack Kretzinger, Dan Kretzinger, Tony Douglas. Advertise your auction in the CNA Classifieds and we will include it in our “Auction Calendar.”

Dalton Ag Products, a first-class, fast growing manufacturing company in Northeast Taylor County is seeking an experienced Plant Manager. Our company is highly regarded in both the industry and community. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management or Engineering and at least 5 years of experience managing complex manufacturing operations. In addition, excellent leadership, communication and organization skills are required. We offer a competitive salary, benefits package, relocation, and opportunities for growth. For immediate consideration, send a current resume and salary requirements to: sgroves@daltonag.com. Put “Plant Manager” in the subject line of the email.

EOE/AA.

A Community Christmas Concert

BRANCH MANAGER

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

PLANT MANAGER

Must be at least 18 years of age, HS/GED, professional in appearance, have computer skills, pass background check/drug test.

EOE

AND SAVE!

Shearer Tree Farm www.shearertreefarm.com

Security Officer Openings Full & PT Hour Creston & Osceola, IA.

VSC is looking for a Source Inspector with a mechanical background to perform FAI’s per AS9102 standard in Creston.

TURN OVER

Auction Calendar

DOUBLE KITCHEN SINK, white, porcelain, WANTED TO RENT A 8 inches deep, $50.00; 1-2 Bedroom house 641-782-5756. with pets allowed in or around Creston; nonFREE BORDER Collie/ smoker. Will pay pet Australian Shepherd deposit if required. On puppies, 7 weeks old, VA and Social Security 641-447-2015. Disability Income. WillSECOND EDITION OF ing to rent to own conGrandma Irene's Cook- tract. 641-278-0436. book, 3 ring hard cover, 494 recipes. Christmas special $15.00 for 1 book or $25.00 for 2 books. Makes a great ® gift, call Irene Ripperger at 641-782-3323.

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FORK LIFT OPERATOR CMC-Dalton Ag Products, a leading manufacturer of fertilizer application equipment, is accepting applications for a Forklift Operator. The Forklift Operator is responsible for operating equipment to load, unload, move, stack, and stage product and materials using a forklift, clamp truck, or other power equipment and may be required to perform other duties as assigned. If you are interested in joining a company with a history of proven stability and growth as well as great benefits including holiday & vacation pay, uniforms, health insurance, retirement and overtime, apply in person at 602 E. Van Buren, Lenox, Iowa from 7:30am – 4pm. A pre-employment drug screen and physical exam are required. EOE Employer

Proceeds go to Creston Basket Fund and Union County Food Pantry.

Make your baby’s first Christmas extra-special with a photo in our keepsake holiday section.

Dial-AService

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.

Backhoe & Bulldozer

Siding & Windows

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

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

Consignment Store Too GooD To bE ThREw. 114 N. maple, Creston, IA Mens, Womens, Childrens Clothing & Home Decor. Tue.-Fri. 10AM-5:30PM, Sat. 9AM-2PM 515-473-1126

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

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. wESTmAN wINDowS. Replacement windows tilt for easy cleaning and rebates bays, bows, sliders, etc. Any custom size and shape, 30+ years in Creston. I sell, service and install, for no-pressure estimate call Charlie westman 641-782-4590 or 641-344-5523. bowmAN SIDING & wINDowS. All major brands of vinyl and steel siding, Heartland, Traco and Revere thermal replacement windows. Recipient of the Revere Premium Renovator Award. Seamless guttering and Leaf Relief gutter covers. 33 years of continuous reliable service in Southwest Iowa, free estimates, 641-322-5160 or 1-800-245-0337.

Storage

ShARP’S SELF-SToRAGE Boats, records, inventory, furniture. You store it, lock it, take the Plumber key. Industrial Park, Creston, SChRoEDER PLUmbING and 641-782-6227. ELECTRICAL. Central air repair/ new installations, new breaker Tree Service boxes, lighting fixtures, softeners, water heaters. Specialize in mINERS TREE SERvICE. Tree Stump manufactured and mobile homes. Removal, Trimming, Free estimates, licensed, insured, Grinding, fully insured. Free Justin miner, 641-202-1048. Accept Visa & estimates. 712-621-4847. Mastercard.

Child’s Name Age

A baby’s first Christmas is one the parents, grandparents and family will remember forever. You can share your child’s photo with Creston News Advertiser readers for just $15.00 if you submit your photo before Dec. 13. The cost is $20.00 after December 13. If your baby was born after Dec. 25, 2012 this will be their first Christmas. Final deadline to be included is Noon Wednesday, December 18. Pictures will be published Monday, Dec. 23.

All babies photos submitted will be entered into a random drawing for a

$50.00

Gift Certificate to The Wishing Well!

Baby’s Name: _______________________________________ Baby’s Age:______ Person Placing Ad: ___________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________ City:_________________________________________State:_____Zip: _________ Phone: ______________________________________________________________ Photos can be picked up after the ad prints. Include your name, address and phone number on the back.

All Baby’s First Christmas ads must be pre-paid. Mail to: Creston News Advertiser, PO Box 126, Creston, IA 50801 or stop by the address below. E-mail: classified@crestonnews.com 503 W. Adams St. • Creston • 641-782-2141 x239 Office Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 Monday thru Friday


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Creston News Advertiser Monday, December 2, 2013

Congress lawmakers want ‘insurance policy’ for Iran deal

Orient-Macksburg 3-on-3 tournament

WASHINGTON — Key lawmakers said Sunday they expect to press forward with an Iran sanctions package that can be imposed quickly if the interim accord to freeze Tehran’s nuclear program fails to lead to a long-term deal. No action is likely in Congress for at least another week, as the Senate shelved debate for a Thanksgiving recess. The White House had cautioned against adding sanctions as high-level talks led by Secretary of State John F. Kerry were conducted in Geneva last month. Iran denies that it intends to develop nuclear weapons, and insists that its enrichment program is intended for energy and other peaceful purposes. The Obama administration believes Iran is inching closer to a nuclear weapons capability but has not decided to build a bomb. Under the interim deal, Iran agreed to freeze most of its nuclear program in exchange for limited sanctions relief while negotiators try to hammer out a more sweeping agreement to prevent Iran from building a nuclear device. Any sanctions package from Congress probably would

be delayed to give those talks a chance. Republican hawks and key Democrats remain uneasy about the deal, which would allow Iran access to an estimated $7 billion in sanctions relief over the next six months. Tehran would continue to lose about $30 billion from sanctions during that period, however. Critics say Iran already is close to bomb-making capability, and the agreement does not force it to dismantle any nuclear facilities. Proponents of the deal say it grants United Nations nuclear inspectors unprecedented daily access into Iran’s enrichment and reactor facilities, and forces Iran to neutralize its entire stockpile of mediumenriched uranium, material that conceivably could be converted into bomb fuel. The senators have considered attaching a sanctions package to a mustpass defense bill being debated in the Senate. The Senate does not resume until Dec. 9. —————— ©2013 Tribune Co. Visit Tribune Co. at www.latimes.com Distributed by MCT Information Services

CNA photos by JAKE WADDINGHAM

Basketball tournament: Orient-Macksburg junior class hosted 17 total teams in a 3-on-3 basketball tournament fun-

draiser in Orient Sunday. Left, Jackson Mikkelsen and Cody Long defend a shot by Jesse Johnson. Top right, Sydney Hartsock drives to the hoop while Rylie Driskell plays tight defense. Bottom right, Cameron Walker stops and pops a jump shot in the lane over two defenders.

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Help Stalker Chevrolet fill up...

Santa’s

Silverado Sleigh ...this Christmas!

Attention Trappers & Deer Hunters: Buying all types of wild furs and deer hides. We will be at these locations the following dates and times:

Saturdays

E-MAIL SPORTS@CRESTONNEWS.COM

Dec. 8, 15 & 22 Jan. 5 & 19 • Feb. 2

Creston Creston Farm & Home

Lucas Cenex Store

Drop a toy in the NEW 2014 Chevy Silverado in the showroom and follow us on our Facebook page from Nov. 29th to Dec. 16th to see Santa’s Silverado Sleigh fill with toys!

(Jct. Hwys. 34 & 65)

8:30-9:00 PM

8:30-9:00 AM

Animal Shelter Donation Drive!

Now through December 20th, stop by the Creston News Advertiser, 503 W. Adams,

and drop off a donated item for the local animal shelters! Creston Animal Rescue Effort Needs:

Volunteers are always needed!

With your donation of a new toy, together we can make some local childrens Christmas brighter.

(408 S. Sumner)

North Iowa Fur Co. • 563-237-5332

(new or good used) collars, leashes, toys, we use alot of canned food and cat litter, stainless steel dog dishes (med. to large size), cardboard cat scratchers, bleach, dish soap, hand sanitizer, sponges, hand towels, wash rags, small blankets, copy paper, stamps, printer ink (#901).

With last year’s huge success and great local support, Stalker Chevrolet has started the giving spirit again this year.

Sundays

Dec. 7, 14 & 21 Jan. 4 & 18 • Feb. 1

Dog Gone Rescue Needs:

Dog/Cat Dry & Canned Food, Dog/Cat Stainless Steel Bowls, New or Used collars & Leashes, Scoopable Cat Litter, Kennels (indoor & outdoor), Dog Houses Building supplies for Dog Houses, such as: 2x4’s, wafer board, paint, screws/nails & straw for the winter months. Dog/Cat Pet Beds & Blankets, Dog/Cat Toys & Treats (cat scratchers & catnip would be good too!) Dog Bones - Need durable items for dogs- natural, nylon..even antlers are good for their teeth! Grooming Supplies: dog/cat brushes, shampoo, conditioner, nail clippers. Cleaning Supplies: bleach, dish soap, garbage bags.

We are a very small group and more hands would be great. Contact 641-782-2330 for more info.

We are in need of Foster Families! Fosters are a valuable asset to helping provide young, old, injured and sick, abused and death row dogs a second chance to live, grow or heal before finding their forever homes. Fostering is a wonderful experience for you and your family, you can feel good knowing you have helped save a dog’s life! If interested in becoming a Foster, please contact us at doggonerescueinc@hotmail.com, for more information.

Monetary Donations

Monetary Donations

can be mailed to

C.A.R.E. c/o Mycale Downey 304 W. DeVoe, Creston, IA 50801

can be mailed to: Dog Gone Rescue c/o Janel McLain 205 S. Sumner Ave. Creston, IA 50801

Our local animal shelters depend on the generosity of the community to sustain them. All donations collected at the Creston News Advertiser will go directly to Creston Animal Rescue Effort and Dog Gone Rescue in support of homeless cats and dogs in our community!

To view current pets awaiting adoption from both rescues go to www.crestonanimalrescue.petfinder.com or

www.doggonerescue.com You can also find us on

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601 S. Sumner • Creston Junction of Hwys. 34 & 25

www.stalkergm.com

Monday - Friday 8am - 5:30pm • Saturday 8am-5pm

641-782-2181

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