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Converging clouds leave a small opening of blue sky as the sun sets to the west above Highway 34 Thursday night, before bringing a short rainstorm through the Lenox area. (CNA photo by SCOTT VICKER)
QUICK NEWS Creston native up for Emmy Sunday LOS ANGELES — You might want to tune in or set your digital video recorder for FOX Sunday night, as a Creston native could be taking home an Emmy for her work on a Disney cartoon. Amy Higgins, daughter of Creston residents Doug and Myra Higgins, is a writer for “Wander over Yonder,” a show currently in its second season on Disney XD. An episode she co-wrote, titled “The Gift II: The Giftening,” is one of six nominees in the Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program category. Higgins holds two master’s degrees, including one from Columbia University Film School in New York, and has been a screenwriter for film and television. The 67th annual Emmys air 7 p.m. Sunday on FOX.
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his or her card information, is not affected by the shift. Kent Sinn, owner of True Value and Java J’s in Creston, said he is planning to complete a technology upgrade at his store by Oct. 1. “Hopefully they’ll be safer so they (customers) don’t have to worry about identity theft as much,” Sinn said. “We just plan to upgrade as soon as possible and get it done.”
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Starting Oct. 1, there will be a change in fraud liability, and because of that change, customers of several local banks in Creston will be getting new debit or credit cards. These EMV cards, which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa, are smart cards that have a computer chip in them to go through the transaction, rather than swiping a magnetic stripe card. Local cards will be dual interface and have both the chip and the magnetic stripe. S a r a h Young, electronic bank- Young ing officer and marketing specialist at First National Bank, said the cards started overseas about 30 years ago. “It’s actually a payment system that was established overseas, I think it was the late 80’s, primarily because their infrastructure didn’t allow for immediate authorization like ours does in the United States,” Young said. “They (EMV cards) have a little microchip computer right on the face of the card. It actually gets a onetime ‘tokenization’ passcode of some sort.” That means each transaction
Shift Generally speaking, most banks in the area are planning to implement phases of EMV card use for their customers. “As far as our bank’s plan, because you have Visa, MasterCard, you have your vendors. Everybody’s still trying to get everything online to start issuing EMV cards. Our bank is looking at doing a phased approach from an issuance standpoint, and looking at issuing EMV cards either the latter part of 2015 or the early part of 2016,” Young said. First National will issue new cards based on the expiration date of their customers’ current debit cards, as well as if the customer is an international traveler, since most bank terminals in other countries like England or France have EMV terminals already available. The goal for First National is for all cardholders to have a smart card by
This First National Bank card is a proof of what the new EMV cards will look like. The chip in the upper left corner of the blue card will allow for more serious fraud prevention by making sure each encrypted transaction code is used only once. First National Bank plans to roll out new cards in the latter part of 2015, and employees hope all customers will have new EMV cards by 2016.
has a unique encrypted authentication code that’s specific to that transaction and cannot be used again, making financial accounts more secure. Banks and credit unions in Creston that will provide these cards in the coming future are Iowa State Savings Bank, First National Bank, Great Western Bank and Nishna Valley Credit Union.
Adam Snodgrass, chief financial officer, cashier and trust officer at Iowa State Savings Bank, explains that the liability shift occurring Oct. 1 will change who is liable for any fraudulent charges. “Businesses that do not convert to EMV by Oct. 1st have some additional risk relating
to fraudulent charges made with counterfeit, stolen or compromised cards used on a business’ non-EMV card reader,” Snodgrass Snodgrass said. Looking at it from the other standpoint, a bank is liable if their customer’s card is charged fraudulently at an EMV ready terminal, and the customer had not been issued an EMV card. However, the liability shift only affects card-present fraud. Card-not-present fraud, or fraud that occurs over the internet when a customer purchases something by typing in
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Southwest Valley High School seniors Tony Klocke and Halee Olson pose together after being crowned 2015 homecoming king and queen. The coronation was held Thursday evening in the high school’s auditorium. Other candidates were Taylor Damewood, Ashtyn Grossnickle and Kelsey Steinbach for queen and Alex Holste, Trevor Holbrook and DJ Meader for king.
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Grill masters: Chuck Taylor (left) of Creston takes a pork chop off the grill while Bob Miller (right) of Creston checks the internal temperature of another pork chop. Taylor and Miller are Kiwanis members who helped with the annual pork chop dinner fundraiser held at McKinley Park Thursday evening. Of the 1,400 pork chops purchased for the event, about 1,300 sold. The event was from 4:30 to 7 p.m., and meals were $8.
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Marilyn Dwyer, 81, of Moravia died Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, at her daughter’s home in Kirksville, Mo. Memori- Dwyer al services will be 7 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 20, at the Schmidt Family Funeral Home, 501 N. 18th St., in Centerville. The Rev. Jim Wakelin and the Rev. Jerry Morrison will officiate. Visitation will be held 2 to 7 p.m. with family present 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Memorials may be left to either Iconium United Methodist Church, Hospice of Northeast Missouri or donate blood in her memory at a local blood bank. Online condolences may be left at schmidtfamilyfuneralhome. com. Marilyn, daughter of Chester and Dora (Murray) Haines, was born Dec. 16, 1933 in Prescott. She grad-
uated from the Richland Township High School near Orient. On June 17, 1952, Marilyn married Earl “Richard” Dwyer in Fontanelle. She worked at a local jewelry store and the Union County assessor’s and auditor’s offices. Later, she worked in Floyd County in the assessor’s office. After moving to Rathbun Lake area, she read meters for Chariton Valley Electric along side her husband and retired in 2014. Marilyn was a member at Iconium United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women, Clover Leaf Club and a 50-year member of the Eastern Star in Moravia. Marilyn is survived by her daughters, Karla Dwyer of Kirksville, Mo. and Karyn (Chuck) Shimer of Council Bluffs; granddaughter Kaitlyn Shimer of Council Bluffs; brother Danny (Elaine) Haines of Creston; along with several nieces and nephews and many special friends. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents; husband Richard Dwyer on April 12, 2010 and grandson Richard E. Shimer.
Sept. 17, 2015, at Harbor Lakes Nursing Home in Granbury, Texas Granbury. Betty Shelton, 84, of Services are pending at Granbury, Texas, formerly Pearson Family Funeral Serof Creston, died Thursday, vice, 809 W. Montgomery St.
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Dean R. Davis, 78, of Corning passed a w a y Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, at CHI Mercy Hospital Davis in Corning. Funeral services will be 3 p.m., Monday, Sept. 21, at the Corning United Methodist Church with the Rev. Andrew Bardole officiating. A private family interment will be at the Oak Hill Cemetery. Open visitation will be 2 to 8 p.m., with family receiving friends from 6 to 8 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 20, at Pearson Family Funeral Service, 701 Seventh St., Corning. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Corning Public Library, Happy Hollow Country Club, Corning CHI Fitness Center or Fiesta Village, 205 S Stewart Rd., Mission, Texas 78572. Online condolences may be left at www. pearsonfuneralhomes.com Dean Richard Davis, the son of Frank Marion and Doris Lucille (Harlow) Davis, was born Aug. 19, 1937, at his family’s home in Brooks, Iowa. Dean graduated from Corning High School with the class of 1956. Dean was a member of the Iowa National Guard serving from 1959 to 1966. He was united in marriage to Dianne Smith on July 31, 1966, at the Corning United Methodist Church in Corning, Iowa. Two sons, Douglas and Daniel, were born to this blessed union. Dean and Dianne have made Corning their home their entire married life.
Dean worked several jobs before he started managing the Turners Men’s Store for Austin Turner in 1962. In 1982, Dean became the manager of the Corning Municipal Utilities until major health issues led to his retirement in 2000. Dean was very active in the Corning community. He was a 50-year member of the Corning Masonic Lodge No. 275 and a member of the Corning Rotary Club for over 30 years. He served as an Adams County Ambassador and was an Adams County Economic Development Corporation board member. Dean served on the Corning Chamber of Commerce and had served as the Chairman of the Adams County Republican Committee. Dean also served on the Southern Iowa Regional Council of Governments for 29 years. Dean enjoyed making his daily coffee rounds at the Country Club, Kay’s Kafe and the fitness center. Dean loved golf and enjoyed civil war re-enactments. Mostly though, Dean was a “people person” who loved his Adams County community. Left to cherish Dean’s memory are his loving wife Dianne of Corning; his two sons, Douglas (Monique) Davis, of Kansas City, Kan. and Daniel Davis of Ames, Iowa; his brother Robert (Sue) Davis of Eustis, Neb.; his sister-in-law Brenda (Gary) Krough of Marshalltown, Iowa; his brother-in-law David Lake of Maryland and a host of other relatives and friends. Preceding Dean in death were his parents, Frank and Doris Davis; grandparents, Thel and Ruby Harlow and Joe and Stella Davis and his sister-in-law Linda Lake.
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the end of 2016. “ISSB will be converting credit cards to EMV in October of this year, and debit cards in January of 2016,” Snodgrass said. “The conversion to EMV technology will need to occur for thousands of cards.” Snodgrass said the conversion will occur at ISSB based on cards’ expiration date as well, but any customer who prefers not to wait for their card to expire can request an early conversion starting in January. Great Western Bank plans to switch to EMV credit cards for now, and Nishna Valley Credit Union plans to switch to smart cards in 2016 or 2017. PCSB Bank, on the other hand, is waiting for a recommendation before switching. “We are waiting for our (card) provider to kind of recommend it,” said Paul
Fuller, community president of PCSB Bank in Creston. “Right now, the vendors are slow to roll it out as well. ... The cards do cost more to release, so we’re going to kind of wait it out and see what it’s about.” There are no mandates for banks or vendors to switch to EMV cards. There are plans, though, for other terminals to be updated. MasterCard ATMs will be EMV ready in 2016, and in 2017 Visa ATMs and payat-the-pump at gas stations will be EMV ready. Education Young said First National wants to educate customers about the benefits of the new cards and how to make transactions easier so customers don’t get confused about why the cards are necessary or how to use the cards. “On the merchant side, they’re going to have to do training with their staff, so
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they will understand it and they understand how they should help their customer or our cardholder how to do that transaction,” Young said. Fuller said customers may forget their card in the terminal because magnetic stripe cards are run through, put back in a wallet immediately and the customer grabs his or her items and goes. With smart cards, the card is inserted into the terminal for the entirety of the transaction. Also, Snodgrass warned about outside card payment service providers coming in attempting to use the
upcoming deadline to persuade business owners into signing contacts for new terminals and such at higher prices than standard industry charges. “I suggest businesses contact their local bank or another trusted resource before entering into an EMV contract or purchasing an EMV card reader,” Snodgrass said. Despite all the education, benefits or disadvantages these new smart cards have at their side, all bank employees agreed on one thing: they want the best for their customers.
Adair County 4-H exhibits judged at Iowa State Fair GREENFIELD — Adair County 4-H’ers presented an excellent showing in the 4-H Exhibits Building at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. The 32 exhibits entered from Adair County earned 23 blue ribbons and nine red ribbons following strict critiquing by state fair judges. Eight of our 11 community 4-H clubs were represented with at least one exhibit in the 4-H Exhibits Building. Hank Bohling and Zayden Rawlings, both of Greenfield, led our group with Hank receiving the judge’s choice award and a blue ribbon with his poster “Importance of Hydration” in the health project area. Zayden earned a blue ribbon and recognition for outstanding contribution to soil and water conservation in Iowa from the Iowa Department of Ag and Land Stewardship with his carrot experiment “Which type of soil for carrots?” Entries in the ag and natural resources division included Skyler Rawlings of Greenfield and Kooper Brown of Orient receiving a blue ribbon with their safe trip “Speak out for agriculture” display board. Riley Abbott of Dexter received a red ribbon for his moth display. Photographs exhibited by Adair County 4-H’ers fared well in tough competition. Zayden Rawlings, Hank Bohling and Noah Cooper, all of Greenfield, and Cole Hawley and Rylee Krantz, both of Stuart, earned blue ribbons with their photos. Sara Beane and Alyssa Christensen, both of Stuart, received red ribbons with their photos. Hailey Gross of Stuart received a red ribbon on her canvas “Khazix”. Dylan Soper of Adair earned a red ribbon with his American flag made from lathe. Blue ribbons in the food preparation class went to Heath Downing of Creston
Above, Adair County 4-H’ers Halee Wallace of Creston and Brooklyn Sammons and Ashlyn Kralik, both of Orient, encourage fairgoers to make bookmarks using paint sample strips during their working exhibit in the State Fair 4-H Exhibits Building. Below, Adair County 4-H’ers were well represented in the State Fair 4-H Exhibit Building with a total of 33 entries. These exhibits are on display in the gallery of the Warren Cultural Center in Greenfield.
with his herb dinner rolls, Storm Hoadley of Orient with his angel food cake, Ryan Jensen of Bridgewater with cut-out sugar cookies and Hannah Jorgensen of Adair with her rhubarb-raspberry pie. Selena Rubio of Greenfield earned a blue ribbon with “My own cookbook” entered in the health class. Selena and Jill Wallace of Greenfield received red ribbons for their entries in the child development class. Selena displayed a restaurant activity bag, and Jill entered a car seat display board. Madison Suhr of Adair earned a blue ribbon with her homemade laundry soap compared to purchased detergent in the consumer management class. Entries in the home improvement class included Halee Wallace of Creston receiving a blue ribbon with her refinished bentwood rocker. Skyler Rawlings received a red ribbon for his deer skull lamp entry. Jill and Halee Wallace earned blue ribbons with their purchased dress entries in the clothing and fashion class, Jill with her dark
blue lace and sequin dress and Halee with her dress of cream-colored embroidery work on black fabric. Sadie Marnin of Greenfield earned a blue ribbon with her pant style romper that she constructed for the sewing and needle arts class. Hank Bohling earned a seal of merit on his “4-H is running a program that positively impacts lives” poster in the personal development division. The following entries received blue ribbons: Halee Wallace-personal scrapbook; Hailey GrossAdair County fair display board and Paisley Kintigh of Greenfield-“Res-Q-Tube” leadership project. Members of the Wash-
ington Stars: Madison Carstens, Lane Ellis, Alan, Kyra and Matt Evans, Cadence Firch, Kate and Ryan Jensen, Riley McCall, Kayla Mills, Ava Rectenbaugh, Gaige Schwochow, Avery and Will Sturdy and Shelbee Woosley all received a red ribbon for their display of the photography workshop they organized and hosted. Tim Beane of Stuart earned a blue ribbon with his bird bath in the mechanics class. Blue ribbons were earned by Nick Bartles of Greenfield with his wooden sled and Laura Walker of Stuart with her wooden two-way feeder in the woodworking class. “Friends You Can Depend On”
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classmates who have passed on. The memorial will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at the church in the Historical Park. There will be a short program including names read and balloons released. Any family or friends wishing to attend are invited.
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Creston Community School District Board of Directors, 6 p.m. Sept. 21, board room, 801 N. Elm St., Creston. Agenda includes: Regular board meeting: Consent items—financial reports-general, management, capital projects and other funds, activites, nutrition; bills-general, management, capital projects and other funds, activites, nutrition; contracts and resignations; old business; public forum. Organizational meeting for 2015-16: Approve and review of election results; oath of office of newly elected members; election of president, vice-president and oath of offices; approval of date, time and location of regular board meeting; approval of banks and official depositories (Iowa State Savings Bank and ISJIT), resolution naming official newspaper for publication (Creston News Advertiser), appointments of school board secretary, treasurer, school attorney; new business-recognition of students and staff, nutrition update, appointment of representatives to the IASB delegate assembly, approval of homeless coordinator, 504 coordinator, title one application, physical education waiver, allowable growth and supplemental aid for special education, annual progress report (APR) goals, SIAC committee, TAG program plan and acceleration guidelines, fundraisers, TLC application grant, establishment of Creston and Prescott future combined board of directors; communications and reports-district data sharing, reading, district Iowa assessment summary 2014-15, principal reports-Callie Anderson, Scott Driskell, Bill Messerole-credit deficient students, Iowa assessment scores-CHS reading class, CHS High Lakes campus report; business manager’s report-account codes, IASB delegate assembly and convention (Nov. 18-20, 2015), treasurer report by fund, October work session; superintendent’s report-SAC board re-
port questions, facility upgrade update; board discussion. —————— Creston Planning and Zoning Commission, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, council chambers, restored Creston Depot. Agenda includes: New business; public hearing regarding a building permit application from Lincoln School Apartments, LLC to construct multiple family dwellings at 1001 W. Jefferson St.; resolution to recommend to the Creston City Council that the building permit application be approved/disapproved; other business. —————— Union County Board of Supervisors, 9 a.m. Monday, Board Room, Union County Courthouse. Agenda includes: Open forum; Tim Ostroski, SICOG-drawdown No. 27: Bloomfield/Norwalk project; Theresa Pudenz, Union County Assessor-disabled veteran’s tax credit allowance; Rick Piel, Union County Sheriff and Paul Ver Meer, Chief of Police-discuss full time dispatch position; Steve Akes, Union County Engineer-maintenance activity report, utility permit applications, personnel matters, equipment repairs.
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How is this economical? Dear Heloise: I purchased a new “ECONOMICAL” TOPLOAD WASHER (Heloise here: high-efficiency washer). It’s supposed to use less water and electricity, thereby saving resources. I discovered the rinse cycle uses 1/3 of the water. This is entirely inadequate for removing dirt and soap residue. Now I must run each load through another cycle with no soap to get the clothes clean. OK, how is this economical? -- Rabelle K., Pearland, Texas Indeed it does save energy costs and water. High-efficiency machines are way different from the regular ones most of us used. They use less water, detergent and energy. It’s very important to use the right detergent, meaning a “high-efficiency” (HE) detergent, not a regular one. Do follow the recommendations for the correct amount to use. Most of us tend to just “free pour” rather than measure. Too much is not better. If you still have residue on clothing, it’s probably because you are using too much detergent. Make sure you are using only an HE detergent. A little goes a long way! Do your clothes come out clean, without a resi-
Hints from Heloise due? Since the HE detergent does not make many suds, it doesn’t take as much water to rinse away dirt and suds. So if you’re rinsing clothes a second time just because you feel you need to, you really don’t. Try this: Do one load your way and one the regular way. Same? Probably so. -- Hugs, Heloise SEND A GREAT HINT TO: Heloise P.O. Box 795000 San Antonio, TX 782795000 Fax: 1-210-HELOISE Email: Heloise@Heloise. com TRAVEL HINT Dear Heloise: I went on a four-day trip and had to leave my car parked at the airport. I don’t travel often, but I learned to park in long-term parking, not short-term. I paid only $32 for a four-day stay, while my friend parked in the regular lot. She had to pay $96 for a shorter stay because she was charged by the hour! That’s a lot of money! -- Mi-
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Horoscope Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Grab every opportunity if you have a chance to do work-related travel today because you will enjoy it. In fact, you will enjoy doing anything that broadens your horizons. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Be careful if you have to make important decisions about inheritances or dividing something. Your inclination today is to be too generous -perhaps to a fault. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You will enjoy schmoozing with others today, because you feel bighearted, warm and friendly toward everyone. Just make sure you don’t give away the farm. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Relations with co-workers and customers are excellent today. You’re in the mood to offer the best, top-notch service that you can. (Admirable.) LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) This is a playful, fun-loving day. The only downside is that you might go overboard with food and drink. Just remember: Friends don’t let friends drive naked. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) You will enjoy cocooning at home today if you have the opportunity. Whatever you do today, you will do in a big way. In fact, use caution about going overboard. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Today you are full of enthusiasm and exuberance! People will enjoy talking to you, because everyone is attracted to optimism. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Be careful with financial matters today, because you might go overboard. Or conversely, you might think some kind of deal is better than it actually is. Having said that, this is a good day for business and commerce. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Today the Moon is in your sign, at odds with lucky Jupiter. Well, that is like getting hit in the head with a soft down pillow. Enjoy your day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) You have a warm feeling in your tummy today. Something having to do with religion, politics or future travels secretly pleases you. This is good. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) In discussions with friends
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COMMUNITY Club news Kent Dinner Club
Kent Dinner Club met Sept. 10 with 13 members in attendance. Next meeting will be 5:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at Pizza Ranch.
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Alpha Sigma Master chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Sept. 10 with Cheryl McClure as hostess. Seven members were present. Marilyn Larimore was honored with the Golden Circle Ritual, in recognition of her 50 years as a member of Beta Sigma Phi. McClure conducted the ceremony, assisted by Loretta Kelly and Dorothy Eyberg. Larimore was presented with a certificate, pin and yellow rose. McClure conducted the business meeting and read from the Book of Beta Sigma Phi. Larimore gave advance notice of service projects for October and November. The hostess gave the program, “A Tour of the Southwest.” She described the climate and weather of the four seasons in the “four corners” area of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah, and the beauty of the Grand Canyon and the mountains. Refreshments included a decorated cake to signify the Golden Circle occasion.
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The weekly Kiwanis meeting was held 12:05 p.m. Tuesday, at the Windrow with 24 members and one guest present. President Jane Lowe presided and Ed Ritter gave the prayer. Chris Eaton was the finemaster. The program was given by Roger Lanning from the Creston Balloon Days Committee. He updated the club on the history and planning that has gone into the Balloon Days weekend for the last 38 years. Craig Mittag gave an update on the AED fundraising for the middle school that the club is donating this year. Kiwanis is also sponsoring the “Keep a Kid Warm” coat giveaway for children in need from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at the First United Methodist Church in Creston.
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Ladies Lakeshore Auxiliary met Wednesday. Canasta winners were Maxine May, first; Janet Kessler, second; and Wanda Nash, third. Gwen Sandeman won the door prize. Next meeting will be a luncheon at noon Wednesday,
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The first fall meeting of Ladies Literary Circle was held on Sept. 11 at the home of Midge Scurlock with 22 members present. In the absence of President Linda Hartsock, Vice President Marilyn Engelson conducted the meeting. Secretary Jean E. Mark read the minutes from the previous meeting, and they were approved as read. Dyan Huffman gave the treasurer’s report. Jean Ide reported on the progress of the library expansion and the work of the new head librarian David Hargrove. The friends of the library book sale was announced for Sept. 18 and 19, and the need for the donation of books was discussed. The program committee introduced Stephani Finley, who reviewed “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak. Death narrates the story in this powerful novel of World War II. It is 1939. Liesel Merninger is delivered to her foster parents, Hans and Rosa, after a long train journey in which her younger brother dies. His burial site is where Liesel acquires her first book, “The Grave Digger’s Handbook.” She is only
nine and cannot read but treasures this book full of words. Her foster dad begins to teach her to read, and she sees the power of words especially as Hitler dominates and controls the people. She takes books to read from the mayor’s home when she delivers clean laundry washed by her foster mother. She just borrows these books and always returns them. She is able to snatch a book from a pile of books burned by the Nazis. She begins to write her own story in an old book that has been painted white to make the pages clean. Liesel realizes that words can destroy but also save and encourage others, changing lives. Death makes comments all through the book. Death is overworked because of the war. Gathering all of the souls from the war casualties is overwhelming. He sees the horrors of war but also notes the small acts of kindness and unexpected courage and is touched by these. Death is forced to conclude that lives of humans can make a difference and do matter. The next meeting will be at the home of Vera Fengler at 10 a.m. on Sept. 25. Mark will review “The Glass Castle,” a memoir by Jeannette Walls.
Reunion CHS class of 1950 holds reunion Creston high school classmates celebrated 65th years since graduating in 1950. The reunion took place at Creston Methodist church at noon on Aug. 29,2015. A dinner was served and fifteen classmates and spouses spent the afternoon remembering times in high school as well as updating each other on their current lives. Those present were: Frank Jandrey, Joan (Loudon) Bickett, Catherine (Oswald) Fluckey, Alma (Gehrke) Hoepker, and Joe and Mary Jane Weisshaar, all of Creston. Also attending were Jack and Ann Hawks ofMt. Pleasant; Leonard Dean Peterson of St. Louis, Mo.; Bob Moreland of Af-
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Feel better fast: Ways to perk up your mood in an instant (BPT) — Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, stress finds its way into our lives. Thankfully there are things you can do to shake any bad feelings fast. Try these six surefire tips to boost your mood instantly. Put a song in your head. Regardless of genre preference, music has a way of lifting spirits. Make a playlist of upbeat songs to brighten the day, or create a fresh new station on your favorite Internet radio service. When the stress sets in, let the music play. You’ll be singing a new tune in no time, and your positive energy may even lighten up the people around you! Try water for wellness. Water has a way of inviting relaxation, so start your day with a warm, steamy shower. You can easily turn the bathroom into a personal spa by upgrading your showerhead with a powerful rainshower. Or, go for a major upgrade and design a new spa-like oasis, including full-body, customizable coverage with body sprays. Moen’s new Mosaic flushmount multi-function body sprays are the perfect addition,
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Just say “Om.” Much like fitness trains your body, meditation trains your mind, so turn off the stress and get in the “now” by meditating. With regular practice, it’s been shown to create a sense of emotional balance and decrease
stress. Don’t know how? Try attending yoga classes, or download Headspace, the app that teaches you how to meditate in just 10 minutes a day. Get outdoors. Grab your hiking shoes and head out the door. Recent studies
show that taking walks in nature - or even just looking at it - can have a rejuvenating effect on the brain, making it work better and more effectively. And as a bonus, the vitamin D taken in from the sun during your time outdoors will help
keep your body balanced. Hit the gym. If you’re not the outdoorsy type, flip your mood around at the gym. A workout or even just a fast-paced, 30-minute walk can stimulate different chemicals in the brain that make you feel more relaxed and happy. Boost your positive endorphins all day with a morning workout. Plus, this will do more than just improve your bad mood - it will also get your body in shape. Hug it out. A study supported by the National Institutes of Health found that our bodies release a hormone known as oxytocin when it encounters love and affection. So when you’re feeling blue, it’s amazing what a hug can do! Whether it’s your friends, family members or pets, being around the ones you care about will improve your state of mind, reduce stress and lower blood pressure. Don’t you feel better already? Take control of those tough days and remember one or all of these surefire mood boosters. You’ll be feeling fine in no time!
A grown-up shot in the arm Jennifer Lopez and Amanda Peet are Hollywood A-listers who favor vaccinations for children. But do they know that vaccines aren’t just for babies and back-to-schoolers? They should take the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quiz (Google: “adolescent and adult vaccine quiz”) to find out what they might need — and so should you! Adult vaccines and boosters protect you, your family and your neighbors from a variety of contagious diseases. Here are our recommendations: Flu shots: Annually. Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): Born before 1957? You’re considered immune to the trio. Born in 1957 or later? You should have documentation of vaccination. If you don’t have it, get protection. During the first five months of 2011, 45 percent of U.S. measles cases were in adults 20 and older. Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (Tdap): It’s for any adult who hasn’t had the Tdap vaccine, and all pregnant women. Had your Tdap? Ask about a booster; the pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine loses effectiveness over time. Get a booster vaccine for tetanus and diphtheria every 10 years following the Tdap vaccine. Pneumococcal disease (pneumonia): For adults 65plus and folks with specific health conditions, there are two forms of this vaccine; you and your doc should talk about getting each one in alternate years. Shingles: “For anyone 60 or older” is the official recommendation. But we think 50 makes much more
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sense, based on available data. Varicella (chickenpox): Born in the U.S. before 1980? You’re assumed to be immune. Otherwise, those age 13 or up who haven’t had chickenpox or the vaccine get two doses, at least 28 days apart. OATMEAL: IT’S WHAT’S FOR BREAKFAST When Cleopatra slipped into her oatmeal-and-buttermilk-filled bathtub, she was making sure her skin was healthy and smooth-looking all day long. What she didn’t know what that those magic grains could do the same for her insides. Seems that nutty-tasting oat groats (that’s what the seed inside an oat husk is called) pack a powerhouse of anti-aging nutrients. One cup provides two of the six servings of the whole grains you should eat daily, almost a third of your fiber and around 20 percent of your iron and 4 percent of your calcium. This helps maintain a healthy, youthful cardiovascular and digestive system. And there’s more good news about oatmeal: A new study from Louisiana State University School of Nutrition and Food Sciences shows that oatmeal satisfies your hunger better than ready-to-eat cereals, even those made from oats. That means if you have oatmeal for breakfast, you’ll eat less at lunch — making this the perfect weight-control
morning meal. But you’ve gotta go for the good grain, not the instant oatmeal packs that come loaded with 12 times as much sugar and 33 percent less fiber than old-fashioned rolled oats. We’re taking about rolled oats (steamed and flattened whole oat groats) and steelcut oats, which are broken groats from the de-husking process. Sometimes they’re eaten raw (that’s muesli) or cooked into the familiar hot porridge. We suggest livening things up by mixing in 12 walnut halves, nonfat Greek yogurt or nonfat almond milk and fresh berries. Now you’ll sail through the day or down the Nile. DON’T LET LIFE GET BLURRY AS YOU AGE At age 84, Sister Madonna Buder (aka The Iron Nun), finished Ironman Canada. How’d she do it? Sister Iron says, “All I was concentrating on [was] getting the job done.” Single-mindedness is essential for endurance athletes — and also for you, as you walk 10,000 steps a day (you are doing it, aren’t you?) to strengthen your body and mind without the wear-n-tear of endurance sports. Plus, mental focus lets you drive safely or read (and remember) a book on a crowded commuter train. But many folks say that over time, focus becomes difficult, and they’re more easily distracted. Well, researchers re-
cently measured the brain activity of volunteers ages 18 to 88 as they watched a movie and reacted to distractions. Turns out, as you age you notice and react to ever more diverse sensory stimuli, and that can blur your focus. Aging, said the researchers, makes your “experience of the world ... increasingly individualistic,” differing from both younger folks and your peers. So how can you enjoy the benefits of expanding sensory awareness and hold on to the ability to focus sharply? Try this. 1. Reduce mind-clouding stress with mindful meditation for five minutes every morning and evening (sharecare.com has info). 2. Do resistance-training exercises for 30 minutes, three days a week. 3. Practice attention training: Set up tasks that require you to tune in to what you’re doing and tune out distractions (like reading while the TV is on or writing an email in a noisy room). Now you’re ready to defy expectations, just like Sister Madonna. THE PRINCESS AND THE (NON-GMO) PEA In the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, a princess has a sleepless night because her future mother-in-law places a pea under the 20 mattresses she sleeps on. The next day, her sensitivity is rewarded with marriage to the prince. If the tale were published in Copenhagen today, the pea would be labeled “GMO” or “nonGMO,” and the princess wouldn’t have to wonder where her pea came from. Now, if only North Americans had GMO labeling
(like Russia, China, the E.U.), you could decide for yourself what to give your little princes and princesses. We’re not necessarily opposed to genetically modified foods. Dr. Oz has given a page on his website to Dr. Michael Greenberg, who defends the safety of the herbicide glyphosate (RoundUp); it’s half of the herbicide Enlist Duo, which we and 115,000 people petitioned the White House to ban until more tests are done. And we still think — as does an editorial in the New England Journal of Medicine — that responsible labeling laws for GMO products will allow you to be the best judge of what you feed your family. But back to the princess and the pea. There naturally exist anti-nutritional proteins in peas. Scientists in the EU have found a “desired mutation” of a pea that yields 10 percent more nutrients when it doesn’t have those proteins. Using non-GM methods (they remove the blocking proteins but don’t add anything), scientists can produce a more nutritious pea. That’s making science work for all of us. YOU ARE WHAT YOU DRINK — AND IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK Celebrity endorsements for soda have been around for years. Remember Mean Joe Green’s 1979 ad for the softer side of Coke? Ever see Norman Rockwell’s 1928 painting of a young lad with a fishing pole declaring he and Coke were friends for life? More recently, Taylor Swift (Diet Coke), Beyonce (Pepsi) and Steve Harvey (Coke again) have flacked for soda.
They all look so fit and trim! Must mean it’s OK to indulge, right? Think again. A recent study by researchers in Japan, Finland, the U.K. and the U.S. found that even if you’re a healthy weight, drinking sugary soda, as well as diet soda and fruit drinks, ups your risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. Seems that in North America, drinking one 12-ounce sugar-laden soda (or adding one to your usual consumption) increases the risk by 18 percent for those who are overweight and 13 percent for normal-weight folks. (And although the data is less solid, researchers found that even if you’re normal weight, one DIET soda a day ups your risk for Type 2 diabetes by 8 percent.) Of almost 21 million cases of diabetes expected to develop in the U.S. over the next 10 years, 1.8 million will be directly attributable to drinking sugary drinks. And another new study reveals that sugar intake is linked to a more rapid development of Type 1 diabetes as well! So we say if you’re thirsty, peel an orange, slice a watermelon, sip iced tea or coffee, and enjoy as many glasses of water a day as you want! *** Mehmet Oz, M.D. is host of “The Dr. Oz Show,” and Mike Roizen, M.D. is Chief Wellness Officer and Chair of Wellness Institute at Cleveland Clinic. To live your healthiest, tune into “The Dr. Oz Show” or visit www.sharecare.com. (c) 2015 Michael Roizen, M.D. and Mehmet Oz, M.D. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
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Livestock events at the Iowa State Fair DES MOINES — Results of exhibits and shows from the CNA area at the Iowa State Fair. Maine-Anjou Beef Cattle show judged Aug. 15 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. *MT Spring Heifer Calf -- March 1 - April 30, 2015 2) Willis Show Cattle, Diagonal, WSC Nancy, 4/4/2015, Pending *MT Spring Heifer Calf -- March 1 - April 30, 2015 1) Holliday Farms, Greenfield, HFC 325C, 3/25/2015, 455486 3) Holliday Farms, Greenfield, HFC324C, 3/24/2015, 455482 *MT Spring Heifer Calf -- March 1 - April 30, 2015 5) Willis Show Cattle, Diagonal, WSC Betty, 3/7/2015, Pending *MT Spring Yearling Heifer -March 1 - April 30, 2014 4) Willis Show Cattle, Diagonal, WSC Iggy, 3/22/2014, 452969 *MT Junior Yearling Heifer -Jan. 1 - Feb. 28, 2014 1) Holliday Farms, Greenfield, 24B, 2/3/2014, 444513 *Spring Heifer Calf -- March 1 April 30, 2015 3) Holliday Farms, Greenfield, HFC 322C, 3/22/2015, 455480 *Winter Heifer Calf -- Nov. 1 Dec. 31, 2014 1) B Good Livestock, Creston, TLLC Midnight 514B, 11/15/2014, 455440 *MT Late Summer Yearling Bull -- July 1 - Aug. 31, 2014 1) Questing Hills Livestock, Afton *Champion & Reserve Junior Yearling Heifer (MT) Champion) Holliday Farms, Greenfield, 32969 *Champion & Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Reserve) B Good Livestock, Creston, 38339 *Champion & Reserve Senior Bull Calf (MT) Champion) Questing Hills Livestock, Afton, QHLC Dan D III —————— Dairies competed for top honors in the Jersey Dairy Cattle show judged Aug. 13. Spring Heifer Calf -- March 1 May 31, 2015 11) Natalie Johnson, Lorimor, Pocky Victor Treasure, 4/30/2015, 119386433 Fall Heifer Calf -- Sept. 1 - Nov. 30, 2014 17) Natalie Johnson, Lorimor, Colby Victor Leslie, 10/23/2014, 119290220 Summer Yearling Heifer -- June 1 - Aug. 31, 2014 11) Natalie Johnson, Lorimor, Cheddar Iatola Penny, 7/4/2014, 119290202 —————— Banners Awarded in Limousin Cattle Show on Aug. 17 at the Iowa State Fair Results follow (names, hometowns, animal identification): *Summer Yearling Female -May 1 - June 30, 2014 5) Brant Farms Limousin, Osceola, KBLH BECCA, 6/5/2014, NPF2071160 *April Junior Yearling Female -- April 1-30, 2014
5) Brant Farms Limousin, Osceola, VL BRINLEY 436B, 4/3/2014, NPF2054770 *March Junior Yearling Female -- March 1-31, 2014 9) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, LONG LADY 23B, 3/11/2014, NPF2061053 11) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, LONG LADY 36B, 3/16/2014, NPF2061060 *Lim-Flex Female -- Sept. 1, 2013 & After 4) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, ADLL 4314B, 9/1/2014, LFF2068340 *Lim-Flex Female -- Sept. 1, 2013 & After 3) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, LONG LADY BARBIE 85B, 5/16/2014, LFF2061084 —————— Top honors awarded in Iowa State Fair Dexter cattle show on Aug. 13 Local results below (name, hometown and animal identification): *Senior Yearling Heifer -- Sept. 1, 2013 - Feb. 28, 2014 1) Cedar Valley, Bedford, Cedar Valley Frizzy Lizzy, 11/25/2013, 034849 2) Cedar Valley, Bedford, Cedar Valley Sally, 10/19/2013, 034851 *Young Cows -- Aug. 1, 2012 Aug. 31, 2013 1) Cedar Valley, Bedford, Timberview Kallie, 8/13/2013, 034852 *Market Steer 4) Cedar Valley, Bedford, CedarValley Bob, 7/14/2014 —————— Banners awarded in Limousin cattle show on Aug. 17 Complete results follow (names, hometowns, animal identification): *Summer Yearling Female -May 1 - June 30, 2014 5) Brant Farms Limousin, Osceola, KBLH BECCA, 6/5/2014, NPF2071160 *April Junior Yearling Female -- April 1-30, 2014 5) Brant Farms Limousin, Osceola, VL BRINLEY 436B, 4/3/2014, NPF2054770 *March Junior Yearling Female -- March 1-31, 2014 9) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, LONG LADY 23B, 3/11/2014, NPF2061053 11) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, LONG LADY 36B, 3/16/2014, NPF2061060 *Lim-Flex Female -- Sept. 1, 2013 & After 4) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, ADLL 4314B, 9/1/2014, LFF2068340 *Lim-Flex Female -- Sept. 1, 2013 & After 3) Long And Sons Limousin, Afton, LONG LADY BARBIE 85B, 5/16/2014, LFF2061084 —————— “Sampson” rules Iowa State Fair’s 2015 Super Bull contest AMES—The winner of the Iowa State Fair’s “Super Bull Contest” is a Red Angus bull named “Sampson.” Sampson is owned by the Jim & Danelle Skartvedt
and family of Atlantic. Sampson weighed in at 2,893 pounds to take home the ‘Super Bull’ title for the 2015 fair. His competition weighed in at 2,726 pounds and 2,620 pounds. Sampson fell 511 pounds short of becoming the record-holder ‘Super Bull.’ (Big Black, an Angus bull also owned by Stalcup Farms Charolais of Prescott and Joe Holub of What Cheer, became the record holder at the 2009 fair, weighing in at 3,404 pounds.) The second-place bull in the 2015 contest was “Sam,” a Charolais bull owned by Gene Bedwell of Osceola. —————— FFA exhibitors compete for Supreme Female Champion in the FFA Breeding Beef show held Aug. 13 at the Iowa State Fair. Local results below: Champion Angus Heifer: Katlyn Holmes, Mount Ayr Reserve Champion Angus Heifer: Katelyn Holmes, Mount Ayr Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer: Kaitlyn Boyer, Osceola Champion All Other Breeds Bull: Katelyn Holmes, Mount Ayr —————— FFA Rabbit Show was judged Aug. 13 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. A total of 56 exhibitors from 36 chapters showed 295 animals in this year’s competition Tyler Waddington of Creston received Champion Himalayan in four class breeds. —————— No Horsing Around for FFA Competitors at Iowa State Fair on Aug. 19. Local winners listed below: Champion Barrel Racing: Morgan Quick, Mount Ayr Champion Junior Western Pleasure (two and three-year-old): Zaidy Frank, Creston Champion Ranch Horse Pleasure: Jessica Beatty, Creston Champion Mule: Bailey Brummel, Murray Equestrian Team Awards were to Mount Ayr - first and Creston - fourth. —————— Young cattlemen win high honors in the 4-H breeding beef show Aug. 18 at the Iowa State Fair Show. Brynn Nickle of Clearfield received champion all other breeds and Jennifer Holliday of Greenfield received champion shorthorn. —————— Daniel Little of Murray wins champion AOB gilt in 4-H breeding swine show at the Iowa State Fair on Aug. 18. —————— Cattle farms from across the Midwest were recognized for their top quality cattle in the Beef Feeder Calf show judged Aug. 15 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. Grand Champion Market Heifer titles. Mittag Show Cattle of Prescott showed the Reserve Grand Champion Market Animal.
Additional local results below: Angus Heifers 1) Buck Creek Cattle, Prescott 2) Brandt Farms, Corning 3) Buck Creek Cattle, Prescott 5) Kerrigan Mobley, Diagonal 6) Cole Mobley, Diagonal Foundation Simmental Heifers 3) Questing Hills Livestock, Afton Foundation Simmental Heifers 2) Brandt Farms, Corning Maine-Tainer Heifers 5) Willis Show Cattle, Diagonal Shorthorn Plus Heifers 3) Mallory Bakley, Osceola Simmental Heifers 1) Brandt Farms, Corning Commercial Heifers 3) Double P Cattle Co, Maloy Commercial Heifers 1) Mittag Show Cattle, Prescott Commercial Heifers 4) Willis Show Cattle, Diagonal Market Heifers 2) Downing Show Cattle, Creston 5) Double P Cattle Co, Maloy 6) Brandt Farms, Corning Maine-Anjou Steers 1) Mittag Show Cattle, Prescott 2) Downing Show Cattle, Creston All Other Breeds - Steers 6) Mallory Bakley, Osceola Crossbred Steers 4) Double P Cattle Co, Maloy Crossbred Steers 3) Brandt Farms, Corning Crossbred Steers 4) Kerrigan Mobley, Diagonal Crossbred Steers 2) Mittag Show Cattle, Prescott Simmental Heifer Champion & Reserve Champion) Brandt Farms, Corning Maine-Anjou Steer Champion & Reserve Reserve) Mittag Show Cattle, Prescott Reserve) Mittag Show Cattle, Prescott —————— Megan Reasoner from Mount Ayr showed the Champion Recorded Grade Dairy Goat judged Aug. 13 during the 2015 Iowa State Fair. FFA members from five chapters from across Iowa participated in the dairy goat show. —————— Top honors awarded in angus show at Iowa State Fair on Aug 19. Local results below: Junior Heifer Calf -- March 1, 2015 & After 7) Jerad Shires, Corning Junior Heifer Calf -- February, 2015 3) Buck Creek J&K, Prescott Junior Heifer Calf -- January, 2015 2) Brandt Farms, Corning 4) Buck Creek J&K, Prescott
9) L&D Angus, Corning Junior Heifer Calf -- January, 2015 1) Brandt Farms, Corning 6) L&D Angus, Corning Early Summer Yearling Heifer -- May & June, 2014 5) Skarda Angus Farms, Afton April Junior Yearling Heifer -April, 2014 10) Buck Creek J&K, Prescott March Junior Yearling Heifer -- March, 2014 4) Holmes Cattle Co., Benton 8) Danna Shires, Corning March Junior Yearling Heifer -- March, 2014 2) Skarda Angus Farms, Afton 9) Jerad Shires, Corning March Junior Yearling Heifer -- March, 2014 2) Becker Angus, Diagonal 6) Buck Creek J&K, Prescott Early Junior Yearling Heifer -February, 2014 4) Holmes Cattle Co., Benton Early Junior Yearling Heifer -February, 2014 1) Becker Angus, Diagonal 11) L&D Angus, Corning Early Junior Yearling Heifer -January, 2014 4) Skarda Farms, Afton Early Junior Yearling Heifer -January, 2014 6) Bennett Farms, Gravity 7) Purdum Angus Farms, Creston Early Junior Yearling Bull -January & February, 2014 1) Brandt Farms, Corning Senior Yearling Bull -September thru December, 2013r 2) Brandt Farms, Corning Champion Junior Bull: Brandt Farms, Corning —————— Iowa Farms Win Top Honors in Iowa State Fair Salers Show T Bone Cattle of Osceola won Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Bull along with Iowa Champion Bull honors in the Salers Cattle show judged Aug. 21 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. Complete local results below (names, hometowns, animal identification): Optimizer Female Division 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP DJF CHOLE, 3/2/2015, 701694 Heifer -- On or After March 1, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP FREEDOM, 3/2/2015, 701692 Heifer -- Feb. 1-28, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CANDIE, 2/10/2015, 701690 Heifer -- Jan. 1-31, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CALAMITY JANE, 1/10/2015, 701690 Heifer -- March 1-31, 2014 3) Zachary Marxen, Lenox, Black Betty 230B, 3/13/2014, P701429
Heifer -- Feb. 1-28, 2014 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP DJF JULIE ANNE, 2/11/2014, 694436 Cow/Calf -- First Calf Heifer Cow/Calf 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CRAWFORD 51A/ CALF DOB: 3/2/15, 3/6/2013, 687174 Optimizer Bull Division 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP BMC - 458 LBS, 3/11/2015, 701695 Bull -- On or After March 1, 2015 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CLARK - 552 LBS, 3/6/2015, 701688 Bull -- Feb. 1-28, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STB DJF CONFIDENCE - 554 LBS, 4/2/2015, 701689 Bull -- Jan. 1-31, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP LMB Concord - 754, 1/6/2015, 701736 Bull -- Sept. 1 - Oct. 31, 2014 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS, 9/9/2014, 697331 Bull -- March 1 - April 30, 2014 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP LUCAS - 1254 LBS, 3/12/2014, 699279 Produce of Dam 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Pair of Heifers 4) T Bone Cattle, Osceola 6) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Junior Get of Sire 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Get of Sire 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Best Four Head 3) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Champion Heifer Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, 22144 Reserve Champion Heifer Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, 22165 Champion Junior Bull Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STB DJF CONFIDENCE - 554 LBS Champion Senior Bull Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS Champion Spring Yearling Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP LUCAS - 1254 LBS Grand Champion Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS Reserve Grand Champion Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STB DJF CONFIDENCE - 554 LBS Champion Iowa Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS Premier Exhibitor: T Bone Cattle, Osceola Premier Breeder: T Bone Cattle, Osceola Iowa Premier Breeder: T Bone Cattle, Osceola ——————
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1. The Creston Citizen of the Year is co-sponsored by the Creston Chamber of Commerce and the Creston News Advertiser. 2. The contest is open to all residents of Creston and those active in Creston community affairs. 3. Nominations will be accepted through Wednesday, October 7, 2015. 4. Nominations must be submitted on official forms provided in ads published in the Creston News Advertiser and Southwest Iowa Advertiser and available at the Creston Chamber of Commerce office, 208 West Taylor St. Only one nomination submission per person, please. 5. Nominations must be signed. 6. A committee comprised of representatives of the Creston Chamber of Commerce, the Creston News Advertiser and the community at-large will select the winner from among the nominees. 7. The judges will consider, among other things, the candidates’ personal integrity and commitment to the community. 8. The Chamber of Commerce will host the winner and up to three guests at the Chamber’s annual meeting and dinner. The winner will receive a plaque from the Chamber. 9. The CNA will contribute $100 in the winner’s name to his/her local charity of choice. 10. Judges’ decisions are final.
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STATE FAIR: Continued from Page 7 Perry Middlesworth of Fremont was awarded the Grand Champion and Champion Ewe banners at the Wether Sire/Dam Sheep show judged Aug. 21 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. Additional local results below: Black Face Yearling Ram 3) Bennett/David Club Lambs, Clearfield Black Face Ram Lamb 155167 1) Mericle Show Lambs, Bedford 7) Matthew Weeda, Ellston 11) Bennett/David Club Lambs, Clearfield Black Face Ram Lamb 168.5181 7) MERICLE SHOW LAMBS, Bedford Black Face Ram Lamb 182188 6) MERICLE SHOW LAMBS, Bedford 10) Matthew Weeda, Ellston Black Face Ram Lamb 190.5217 9) Bierle Club Lambs, Creston Black Face Ewe Lamb 126130 6) Huntington Club Lambs, Afton 11) Huntington Club Lambs, Afton Black Face Ewe Lamb 131.5136 10) Huntington Club Lambs, Afton Black Face Ewe Lamb 136.5139.5 10) Huntington Club Lambs, Afton 11) Bierle Club Lambs, Creston 12) Huntington Club Lambs, Afton Black Face Ewe Lamb 140146.5 15) Huntington Club Lambs, Afton 16) Bierle Club Lambs, Creston White Face/Speckled Face Ram Lamb 3) Wasteney Club Lambs, Shannon City 6) Bierle Club Lambs, Creston White Face/Speckled Face Ewe Lamb 87-125.5 10) Bierle Club Lambs, Creston White Face/Speckled Face Ewe Lamb 128-150.8 6) Wasteney Club Lambs, Shannon City 7) Wasteney Club Lambs, Shannon City —————— The Salers Cattle show judged Aug. 21 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. Complete results below (names, hometowns, animal identification): Optimizer Female Division 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP DJF CHOLE, 3/2/2015, 701694 Heifer -- On or After March 1, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP FREEDOM, 3/2/2015, 701692 Heifer -- Feb. 1-28, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CANDIE, 2/10/2015, 701690 Heifer -- Jan. 1-31, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CALAMITY JANE, 1/10/2015, 701690 Heifer -- March 1-31, 2014 3) Zachary Marxen, Lenox, Black Betty 230B, 3/13/2014, P701429 Heifer -- Feb. 1-28, 2014 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP DJF JULIE ANNE, 2/11/2014, 694436 Cow/Calf -- First Calf Heifer Cow/Calf 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CRAWFORD 51A/ CALF DOB: 3/2/15, 3/6/2013, 687174 Optimizer Bull Division 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP BMC - 458 LBS, 3/11/2015, 701695 Bull -- On or After March 1, 2015 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP CLARK - 552 LBS, 3/6/2015, 701688 Bull -- Feb. 1-28, 2015
1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STB DJF CONFIDENCE - 554 LBS, 4/2/2015, 701689 Bull -- Jan. 1-31, 2015 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP LMB Concord - 754, 1/6/2015, 701736 Bull -- Sept. 1 - Oct. 31, 2014 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS, 9/9/2014, 697331 Bull -- March 1 - April 30, 2014 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP LUCAS - 1254 LBS, 3/12/2014, 699279 Produce of Dam 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Pair of Heifers 4) T Bone Cattle, Osceola 6) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Junior Get of Sire 2) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Get of Sire 1) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Best Four Head 3) T Bone Cattle, Osceola Champion Heifer Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, 22144 Reserve Champion Heifer Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, 22165 Champion Junior Bull Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STB DJF CONFIDENCE - 554 LBS Champion Senior Bull Calf: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS Champion Spring Yearling Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP LUCAS - 1254 LBS Grand Champion Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS Reserve Grand Champion Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STB DJF CONFIDENCE - 554 LBS Champion Iowa Bull: T Bone Cattle, Osceola, STP INDIANA JONES - 1116 LBS Premier Exhibitor: T Bone Cattle, Osceola Premier Breeder: T Bone Cattle, Osceola Iowa Premier Breeder: T Bone Cattle, Osceola —————— The 4-H Market Beef show Aug. 19 at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. Local results below: Reserve Champion MaineAnjou: Dustin Lund, Corning Champion Shorthorn Plus: Cade Ticknor, Bridgewater Champion Crossbred Division 1: Joseph Herr, Fontanelle —————— Four Iowa youth from four counties were recognized for their achievements with their purebred breeding heifer projects at the 2015 Iowa State Fair. The Iowa Beef Heifer Award is designed to honor outstanding youth and future leaders of the beef industry. This program evaluates leadership and involvement in breed organizations and community activities as well as responsibilities and growth within their project. All 4-H, FFA and junior association members who own and exhibit a market beef or breeding heifer at the Iowa State Fair are eligible to enter. Applicants may participate in one of the following breed divisions: Angus, Charolais, Chianina, Gelbvieh, Hereford, Limousin, Maine-Anjou, Red Angus, Salers, Shorthorn or Simmental. The Iowa Cattlemen’s Association (ICA) coordinates the application process and breed representatives along with an outside judge serving as the selection committee. They review all applications and conduct personal interviews with each of the applicants at the fair. Local 2105 Iowa Beef Heifer Award Winner was Keegan Bailey of Creston for Simmental. —————— Dalten Bierle of Creston showed the Reserve Champion Suffolk Ewe in the FFA Breeding Sheep show Aug. 14 at the Iowa State Fair.
Seattle Aquarium trains otter to use inhaler for asthma SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Aquarium has diagnosed a sea otter with asthma and is training the animal to use an inhaler. KING-TV reports Dr. Lesanna Lahner diagnosed the otter, named Mishka, after she was having trouble breathing when smoke from wildfires was in the Seattle area. Mishka’s trainer uses food to teach the 1-yearold to push her nose on the inhaler and take a deep
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In Memory of Vicki L. Connelly 12-29-52 to 9-18-10 It doesn’t seem possible you have been gone for 5 years on this day. You were not only my mother, but my best friend. It broke my heart to lose you but you did not go alone. A part of me went with you the day God took you home. A million times I miss you, a million times I have cried. If love could have saved you, you would never have died. If love could build a stairway and if heartache could build a lane, I’d walk the far path to heaven to bring you and dad back home again! Words can’t describe how much you are missed. Shawn and I remind the boys daily of their Nana and Papa. We remind the boys of your every morning stop at my house bringing them bananas and apples or a treat! We miss you and love you Mama. Love, Heather, Shawn, Clayton and Cason
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Sat. Sept. 19- 9:00AM Creston, IA. Guns, Ammunition, Hunting/Fishing Gear, Indian Artifacts, Household & Collectibles, Tools for Lynn Provost and the late Richard Provost. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill. Sun. Sept. 20- 11:00AM Creston, IA. Real Estate, Household & Collectibles for Ruth (LaVonne) Cimburek. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill. Mon. Sept. 21- 10:00AM Creston, IA. Annual Fall Consignment Auction: Farm Machinery, Vehicles, and Livestock Equipment at Creston Livestock Auction. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Steve Bergren, Todd Crill, Brandon Frey, Zach Ballard. Sat. Sept. 26- 10:00AM Rural Mt. Ayr, IA. AC Tractors, Dozer, Machinery, Boom Truck, Ford Flatbed, Guns, Coins, Shop and Hand Tools, Antiques & Collectibles for Kenny & Sherry Hebensperger. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Todd Crill, Steve Bergren, Brandon Frey, Zach Ballard. Sun. Sept. 27- 11:00AM Orient, IA. Large Variety of Coke Memorabilia, Antiques and Collectibles, Guns, Ammo, Modern Furniture, Household Goods, Lots of Christmas and Seasonal Decorations for Jim Orr. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill, Brandon Frey, Zach Ballard. Sat. Oct. 3- 10:00AM Creston, IA. Shop and Hand Tools, Large Variety of Antiques and Collectibles, New Old Stock Items, Modern Furniture and Household Goods for David Ekblad Estate. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Todd Crill, Brandon Frey, Zach Ballard. Sun. Oct. 4- 10:00AM Creston, IA. Modern Furniture and Household Goods, Lawn Ornaments, Crockery, Antiques and Collectibles for Hyatt and Darleen Rice. Auctioneers: Darwin West, Tom Frey, Todd Crill, Brandon Frey, Zach Ballard. Advertise your auction in the CNA Classifieds and we will include it in our “Auction Calendar.”
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Assembly line: Mike and Jo Duckworth and Jim Morris (right), all of Creston, help put together to-go meals at the annual pork chop dinner fundraiser held at McKinley Park Thursday evening.
Lifeline telephone assistance program helps Iowans stay connected DES MOINES — National Lifeline Awareness Week is Sept. 14-20, 2015, and the Iowa Utilities Board is partnering with other state utility commissions, the Federal Communications Commission and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners to inform eligible Iowa consumers about available benefits and requirements of the Lifeline telephone assistance program. Having telephone service is essential for staying connected with family, finding job opportunities, locating vital community and health care resources and calling for help in an emergency. Lifeline is a federal government benefit program that provides income-eligible Iowans with financial discounts on monthly telephone service bills. If eligible, the program provides a $9.25 monthly credit for one telephone connection, either wireline or wireless, per qualified household. Lifeline can potentially assist thousands of Iowa
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Helping hand: Logan Anson, 11, of Creston helps deliver to-go meals to drive-up customers at the annual pork chop dinner fundraiser Thursday evening. Anson was one of a few Troop 129 Boy Scouts who helped with the event.
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“Amazing Woman” at our Little Black Dress and a Lot Less Stress Women’s Health Event October 29, 2015. Please tell us in 250 words or less about a woman who makes a difference in our community. It could be your grandmother, mother, sister, daughter, friend, a mentor, or a caregiver. Send signed nominations to:
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September 18, 2015
Bearcat duo sidelined by injuries
SPORTS, page 2S
THE NUMBERS GAME
Denver’s record in divisional games since 2012, the best mark in the NFL in that span.
Broncos stunner KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos have beaten the Kansas City Chiefs every way imaginable over the years, from playoff shootouts to defensive tug-of-wars. Well, not quite every way. Not until Thursday night. Denver cornerback Bradley Roby returned Jamaal Charles’ second fumble 21 yards for a touchdown with 27 seconds left, completing a stunning comeback in the closing minute for a 31-24 victory — the Broncos’ seventh straight over their AFC West rivals. Manning threw for 256 yards and three scores, the last to Emmanuel Sanders with 36 seconds left as the Broncos (2-0) appeared to force overtime. But on the next play from scrimmage, with the Chiefs (1-1) also eyeing overtime, Charles was stripped by Brandon Marshall and the ball bounced right into Roby’s hands.
Clemson holds on LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Clemson players chose to focus more on the result of their performance against Louisville rather than how it looked, a wise choice considering things were sometimes hard to look at. The mission now for the No. 11 Tigers is building on the many good things that worked in their 20-17 escape of the Cardinals on Thursday night. Deshaun Watson provided many of the positives by throwing two touchdown passes while Wayne Gallman ran for 139 yards as the Tigers won the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both schools. Clemson sacked quarterback Kyle Bolin five times and held the Cardinals to 19 yards rushing, offsetting ragged stretches that gave Louisville several chances to tie or win down the stretch.
Cards sweep MILWAUKEE — Startled at the sight of his line drive hitting Brewers pitcher Jimmy Nelson in the head, Tommy Pham felt himself freeze for a moment. Pham wound up with a double when the ball ricocheted off the back of Nelson’s head and down the left field line, a scary sight in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 6-3 win over Milwaukee on Thursday night. Prone face down on the mound for about a minute, Nelson later walked off the field and was hospitalized overnight for observation. A CT scan showed a contusion. John Lackey pitched seven shutout innings as the NL Central leaders completed a three-game sweep. The Cardinals extended their winning streak to four and now lead Pittsburgh by five games in the division race. Pham tripled, doubled and singled, driving in two runs and scoring twice as St. Louis sent the Brewers to their sixth loss in a row.
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Pivotal third set spurs Panthers to road victory By SCOTT VICKER
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Lenox senior Mika Weaver hits an attack around the Earlham block of Taelor Williamson during Thursday’s 3-1 loss to the Cardinals. Weaver led the Tigers with 12 kills in the match.
a Weaver block and kill. The Tigers finally tied the match at 1717 with a Jacy Stoaks Stoaks kill. Earlham scored the next
two points to go up 19-17, but Lenox fought back to take a 22-19 lead on a Stoaks ace. “I was impressed with Jacy Stoaks,” Dukes said. “She has really been stepping up her game in the last few matches. She has been a force at the net and in the backcourt.” Earlham cut the lead to
22-21, but a Weaver kill put the Tigers to points away from sending the match to a deciding fifth set. But the Cardinals ended the match with four straight points for the 3-1 victory. “The kids kept trying,” Dukes said. “We were Please see LENOX, page 4S
Running backs: Start ‘em, sit ‘em for week 2 in fantasy football Carlos Hyde turned in the biggest performance of any fantasy football player, let alone for running backs, during week 1 of the NFL season and he was rarely mentioned on anyone’s radar coming into the first week. Hyde produced 30.2 points in a physical effort against Minnesota on Monday night. Many people were waiting to see what San Francisco would look like without Jim Harbaugh, and if Monday was any indication, we’re in for pretty much the same approach. Other major running back contributors were Matt Forte with 22.6 points, Chris Ivory with 22, Bishop Sankey with 20.60, Jeremy Hill with 18.3 and Danny Woodhead with 18.2. On a week-to-week basis, likely only Forte and Hill are good plays, but Ivory, Sankey and Woodhead do offer some upside.
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Tigers can’t overcome early deficits in loss to Earlham LENOX — After taking the first set here Thursday against Earlham, Lenox couldn’t overcome early deficits the rest of the way out in a 15-25, 25-21, 25-16, 25-23 loss to the Cardinals. Lenox controlled the first set, taking an early 10-2 lead. After Earlham fought back to tie the score at 1111, Lenox went on an 11-1 run to take a commanding 22-12 lead. Mika Weaver’s kill ended the set at 25-15. “The girls were talking and they were excited,” Lenox head coach Sara Dukes said about the first set. “Our passing was really good. We just came out early. That was the key. We got behind in all the other sets.” Earlham jumped to an 11-4 lead in set two, with Lenox fighting back to make it 11-9 and then 14-11. After the Cardinals stretched the lead to 22-12, Lenox cut it to 23-19, but couldn’t manage to get any closer. Trailing 2-1 going into the fourth set, the Tigers dug themselves into an early 12-2 deficit. But they clawed their way back into the set, making it 12-11 thanks in part to
Here are our best bets of what running backs to start and sit in week 2 of the NFL season.
Chris Ivory vs. Indianapolis We’re riding the Chris Ivory train again. Indianapolis should bounce back with a good effort this week, but the New York Jets are going to do anything to keep this as low-scoring as possible. Enter Ivory. The Jets running back finished third among running backs for points last week, and against the Colts, he should get plenty of looks again. Last week, he logged 20 carries, and it could have been more if
the game was close in the fourth quarter. The Jets instead used Bilal Powell toward the end, giving Ivory some rest. Fantasy football owners should expect possibly even more touches this week, and the Colts allowed 147 rushing yards against Buffalo last week. Combine that with Indianapolis’ middle of the pack numbers last year against the run, and Ivory is another good bet for points this week. Justin Forsett vs. Oakland As long as Forsett is healthy, which you should keep an eye on this week, he should run wild on Oakland’s defense. Baltimore’s offense was
anemic in week 1 against Denver, and Forsett didn’t a d d much. He rushed for 43 yards and hauled in 13 receiving yards for 5.6 Forsett fantasy points. The Ravens passing attack was even worse, with Joe Flacco registering less than a point in fantasy football. We expect the Ravens to come out and pound the ball against the Raiders, which surrendered 127 rushing yards last week to Please see CHALK, page 3S
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The Creston eighth-grade volleyball team opened its season Thursday against Atlantic. Team members are, in front, Aubrianna Woody. Kneeling, Fallon Rooks, Kara Kinsella, Jessie Martin, Chasity Clayton and manager Mason Clayton. Third row, Emma Hanson, Abbi Hood, Sasha Smith, Haley Jones and Ashley Reynard. Fourth row (seated), MaKenna Hudson. Standing at top, Lesi Rounds and Paige Busch. Not pictured, Ellie Starlin, coach Jan Lesan and assistant coach Alycia Besch.
DENISON — After host Denison-Schleswig knotted the match at one set apiece here Thursday night, the Creston volleyball team took control in set three and went on to post a 25-16, 18-25, 2512, 25-16 win over the Lady Monarchs. The Panthers pounced on Denison-Schleswig in the first set, getting out to a good start after enduring the long bus ride to Denison. But the Lady Monarchs rebounded with a 25-18 win in set two. “The first game we handled them pretty well,” Creston head coach Polly Luther said. “Second game we kind of let up a little bit and they improved their game. Game three, we got a little more fired up.” Leading 18-12 in set three, freshman Jaxie Luther served seven straight points to close out the set and give the Panthers a pivotal set in a rau- Luther cous Denison gymnasium. Winning that third set was key for the Panthers, especially playing in a tough road environment. “That was very important, especially when you’re in someone else’s gym,” coach Luther said. “If you’re not on top, it’s hard to climb your way back up. With that string of serves, she held on. They had a great student section. Our freshman and JV group, they were just as good. Not as big in numbers, but vocally we were pretty good. Jaxie getting that string of serves and getting to go into game four on top was a pretty big deal.” Luther finished the match serving 24-of-24 with six aces, several of which came in that service string to end the third set. Coach Luther also credited her back row’s play as a big contributor in the win. Jami Sickels finished with a teamhigh 13 digs and received serve at an 18-of-23 rate. Alyssa Higgins added 12 Sickels digs and was 6-of9 on serve receive. Gracie Russell finished with 11 digs and Alli Thomsen had nine. “My back row was doing some really good things. Jami Sickels had a great night for us,” coach Luther said. “They were reading well. They were digging up balls. Their movements were a lot more fluid than they have been. Things are starting to click for us.” The Panthers finished off the victory with a 25-16 win in set four. “Game four, I told the girls we needed to get out of there,” coach Luther said. “They came out tough. Sydney (Dunphy) had a string of serves for us that kind of Please see PANTHERS, page 3S
Creston News Advertiser Friday, September 18, 2015
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Hunting and fishing is done with family and friends at places that hold special meaning, creating a shared experience that will be reminisced at family gatherings for years to come. Hunters and anglers also play an important role in Iowa economically, as conservationists and as primary recruiters bringing new participants to traditional outdoor sports. It’s that role Iowa Governor Terry Branstad recognized when signing a proclamation declaring September 26 as Iowa Hunting and Fishing Day. Part of the reason for the proclamation was to encourage young Iowans to carry on the traditions of hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. The proclamation noted that 600,000 Iowans support the state’s economy by spending $800 million annually while hunting and fishing. Hunters and anglers are encouraged to celebrate Iowa Hunting and Fishing Day at the Iowa Outdoor Expo, September 26 from 9-6 and September 27 from 10-4, at the Des Moines Waterworks Park. Attendees can read and sign Gov. Branstad’s proclamation that references Iowa’s rich and storied tradition of hunting and fishing that predates statehood. It also states that it is important for young Iowans to carry on the traditions of hunting and fishing and outdoor recreation. The Iowa Outdoor Expo allows participants to try fishing, bow fishing, canoeing and kayaking, outdoor cooking, trap shooting, archery, off road vehicles and more in a safe, controlled environment. A full list of activities is available at www.iowadnr.gov/ expo. “We go hunting and fishing with people who are important to us,” said Chuck Gipp, director, Iowa Department of Natural Resources. “Hunting and fishing is about spending time together in Iowa’s wild places more than it is about filling a limit or bagging a trophy. There is nothing more valuable than our time and we share that valuable time with those who are closest to us.”
Those experiences are rehashed, retold and embellished at subsequent get togethers. “People love to tell stories,” Gipp said. “And some of the best stories happen at the coffee shop or at family gatherings and inevitably we start talking about a successful hunting or fishing trip and then everyone chimes in with their own bragging board tale. We want to share the experience with our friends and family who were not along and these stories bring them with us.” Hunting and fishing is personal to Iowans, Gipp said. They take ownership of the resource and want to protect it and they often put their money where their passions lie. The $30 million spent each year to purchase licenses is used to manage and improve hunting and fishing. License buyers also join conservation groups, like Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, Whitetails Unlimited, Wild Turkey Federation, Izaak Walton League, and encourage support from cities, counties and the state and other organizations to protect and enhance Iowa’s natural resources. “National Hunting and Fishing Day celebrates our traditional outdoor sports. Hunters and anglers serve a key role not only financially but as primary recruiter to introduce new participants to these lifetime pursuits,” Gipp said. “They need to teach the next generation and they can do that simply by asking someone to go fishing or to come along on the next hunt.” And there are plenty of opportunities right now and more beginning in the next few weeks. Dove, rabbit and squirrel seasons are currently open. Duck season, pheasant season, deer season open at different points in October. “Our pheasant roadside counts are at an eight year high, our deer herd is at or near population management goals, the duck population is in excellent shape so there are a lot of positives for hunters this fall,” Gipp said. “For many of our wildlife species
today will be referred to as the good old days.” Hunters looking to branch out to new areas have a new tool to find hunting ground close to home. The Iowa DNR created a hunting atlas available online at www.iowadnr.gov. It is an interactive map that identifies all public land open to hunting, has information on species in the area, any zones or restrictions, and provides printable maps. The DNR has also been working to expand hunter access to private land through a program that benefits landowners by working to improve habitat on their land in exchange for hunter access. The Iowa Habitat and Access Program (IHAP) now has more than 9,000 acres of private land available to hunters.
By LARRY PETERSON CNA sports writer • firstname.lastname@example.org
labrum (shoulder) injury after one play of the home opener against Missouri Southern. He was scheduled for surgery this week and is out for the season. A list of area football teams on collegiate rosters follows. For additions, contact the News Advertiser at email@example.com. Northwest Missouri State (2-0) — Collin Bevins, DT, 6-6, 286, Jr., Creston; Cole Bonde, LB, 6-0, 208, So., Bedford; Keaton Hulett, DE, 6-3, 241, So., Creston. Graceland University (21) — Trent Verwers, Jr., QB, 6-1, 170, Martensdale; Tommy Breger, Jr., FS, 6-2, 190, Truro; J.R. Hicks, Sr., LB, 6-3, 225, Greenfield; William Lawrence, Sr., DE, 6-1, 210, Bedford; Nathan Haley, So., OL, 6-3, 275, Creston; Jackson Shantz, So., WR, 6-4, 205, Greenfield. Concordia-St. Paul (0-2)
— Conner Pals, K, 5-8, 170, Fr., Orient (Creston HS). Morningside College (20) — Briar Evans, J-back, 6-3, 245, RS Fr., Creston. Simpson College (1-0) — Levi Eblen, So., LB, 6-1, 190, Creston; Sam Rockhold, So., DL, 6-1, 190, Murray. Central College (1-1) — Brandon Ryerson, RB, 5-9, 190, Fr., Winterset; Alex Tamerius, LB, 5-9, 200, Fr., Creston; Cole Tanner, OL, 6-2, 260, Jr., Greenfield (Orient-Macksburg); Greg Smith, OL, 6-0, 250, Jr., Greenfield. Iowa Western Community College (1-2) — Jacob Larson, Fr., 6-3, 191, QB, Winterset; Alex Middleton, So., 5-9, 20-4, Truro; Bailey Shantz, So., 5-11, 160, WR, Greenfield; Joe Ricker, Fr., 5-11, 281, DT, Mount Ayr. Also, Dane Wardenburg, Creston, offensive line coach.
Northwest Missouri State is off to a 2-0 start without the services of its two Creston defensive linemen. Junior defensive tackle Collin Bevins is undergoing rehabilitation for a hip injury suffered in the season-opening victory at Nebraska-Kear- Bevins ney. Team medical personnel will then determine if arthroscopic surgery is necessary, which would likely lead to a medical redshirt year. Fall fishing Already headed to mediFall fishing is one of Iowa’s cal redshirt status is sophobest kept secrets. more defensive tackle KeaJoe Larscheid, chief of the ton Hulett, who suffered a Iowa Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Bureau, says fall is often overlooked as Golf league scores a prime fishing time because “many of us are in hunting PINE VALLEY Low team score with handicap — Lettmode or are busy with school Men’s Thursday League Knuth, 59. activities, but there is excelFinal standings Industrial League lent fishing to be had and Team Score Final standings most of our trophy fish are Pine Valley Hackers 162 Graham-Willets 154 caught in the fall.” Knight-Dryden 154 Holliday-Loudon 152 Cooler temperatures and Calvin-Willets 144 Defending Champs 144 shorter daylight periods trigLett-Knuth 143 Frey Construction 133 ger fish to actively move in Graham-McNichols 140 Willets-Lett 131 search of food to build enerWhiskey Dixx 138 Wolfe-Wolfe 130 gy reserves for winter to setOstroski-Thomas 138 Scratch & Sniff 130 tle into their winter habitat. Webb-Willets 138 Cheers-Cheers 127 These predictable movements Horing 4 A Bogey 135 Vandevender-Arms 124 make them easier to locate. WTF-O 133 Calvin-Willets 120 “They’re trying to put on Freeman-Schulte 128 Nelson-White 117 winter (fat) reserves and the Parsons-Drake 127 Hall-Simmons 114 fishing activity really picks BM Sales 122 Double D’s 113 up to a new level,” said Lar4 The Beer 114 Crooked Stick 110 scheid. “We get some great Crawford-Schaefer 105 Schaefer-Grumley 109 fishing opportunities in the Steel Curtain Designs 92 Low score — TJ Redding, 28. fall. I encourage people to get Poore-Shallenberger 54 Low score with handicap — Tim Nelson, out there and enjoy them.” Low score — TJ Redding, 30. 28.2 The fall bite in lakes and Low score with handicap — Joe Anson, Low team score — Defending Champs, ponds shifts to the main part 65. of the day. Fish are more ac- 28. Low team score — Pine Valley Hackers, Low team score with handicap — Hollitive during the day and can be caught close to shore. Target 64. day-Loudon, 58.4. areas of a lake where the water is warmer, particularly in shallow water bays along the north shore. “Using live bait, particu- Our region’s most complete sports report... larly minnows, small tackle each weekday in your and fishing slowly are keys to fishing in cooler water,” Larscheid said.
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spoke for or against the amendment and intersection of Pine and Lucas Streets, and there was no written correspondence for or on Page Street at the intersection of Pine against. He then called the Public Hearing and Page Streets. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger absent. Motion carried. to a close. Creston Newswere Advertiser Under Other, Mike Taylor informed Wilson moved seconded by MadisonFriday, to September 18, 2015 Establish the First Reading of Ordinance Council that he'd received a call from Linda Huffman, volunteering a group of 19 16-161 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE people from the Salem-Lutheran Church CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PER- to perform community service. They TAINING TO DISORDERLY CON- painted the retaining walls on Elm Street, DUCT. White, Koets, Wilson, Carroll and which looks very nice. On behalf of the Image Enhancement Madison voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. First Reading declared Estab- Committee, Councilperson Wilson mentioned that the Paint Creston Houses are lished. Mayor Woods announced that now is coming along. Five of the six chosen have Attacks (kills) — Jenna Taylor begun painting.off, so hopethis weekend the time for a Public Hearing on the matter already 13,amending Dunphy 6, Cayla Police Chief Paul Ver Meer asked of Ordinance 16-162 Maitlen - AN ORfully we get rested to face 5, LutherAMENDING 4, Angie THE Sorensen 4, Council for some guidance up regarding the DINANCE CODE OF are having issues Center. ORDINANCES Megan HaleyOF 2 THE CITY OF CRE- Dispatch Kuemper onThey Tuesday.” STON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO Blocks (solo-assists) — getting and retaining qualified candidates. Panther JVa part-time team fell beginning wage for disSIGNALS. No TheThe RAILROAD WARNING Sorensen 4-1, Taylor 0-1, Maitlen isfor $12 the per hour, with with an increase one spoke for or against the amendment patcher to 3-6 season the 0-1, Haley 0-1 and there was no written correspondence to $13 after one year of service. — Luther 19, Chief Ver Meer posed two separate sugfor Setting or against.(assists) He then called the Public loss. Russellto9a close. gestions to the Council for their consideraHearing tion. 1) hire a fifth full-time dispatcher; 2) Digs moved — Jami Sickels Wilson seconded by White13, to the part-time dispatchers are hired Establish Reading Ordinance because Higgins the 12,First Russell 11,ofThomsen The Creston freshmen 16-162 - AN 4, ORDINANCE AMENDING 9, Luther Maitlen 3, Dunphy for the overnight and weekend shifts, he should be increasedmatch to what feels the apay competitive THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE lost 2, Taylor 1 CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PER- the full-time dispatchers earn. Serve receive — Sickels 18-23, to Denison-Schleswig adMotion was made and seconded to on TAINING TO RAILROAD WARNING Higgins Koets, 6-9, Wilson, Thomsen the meeting. All voted aye. Loudon SIGNALS. Carroll, 8-14, Madi- journ Thursday, 26-24, 11-25, 15Dunphy 2-2, Maitlen son, White 3-5, votedLuther aye. Loudon and Ly- and Lybarger were absent. Council adat 6:32the p.m.extra set going 13, with barger were absent. 2-3, Russell 1-2.First Reading declared journed Warren Woods, Mayor Established. in favor of Creston, 14-13. Attest: Lisa Williamson, City Clerk A resolution was offered and seconded These are a condensed version the to approve the rezoning of 417 Wyoming “Sluggish in game one,ofbut The Creston JV team lost Avenue from R-1 Single-Family to C-2 proceedings of the regular meeting of the everything we needed to be Light Commercial based on the recomin two sets to Denison on Creston City Council. Copies of the comversion may be obtained at the mendation of the Planning & Zoning plete better in, we were in game Thursday,All26-16, 29-19. Commission. voted aye. Loudon and Clerk's office during normal office hours. CITY OF Mike CRESTON Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. two,” coach McCabe Stephanie Hemsworth FUND REPORT FOR CLAIM A resolution was offered and seconded said. “The deciding PERIOD ENDING SEPT. 15, game 2015 served aces, to authorizetwo the City Clerk while to record BripreviBY VENDOR: ous and future junk nuisances abated by CLAIMS was back and forth and they elleCity.Baker three anddigs the All votedhad aye. Loudon Ly- ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES INC just happened to have247.50 one barger were absent. Resolution passed. SERVICE........................................ and Taylor Buxton recorded A resolution was offered and seconded AGRILAND FSfall INC than we did.” more ball four kills. to special assess mowing nuisance abate- SUPPLIES.................................... 7,146.28 non-payment by AGRIVISION ment charges due to BreannaEQUIPMENT Ross GROUP served “We didn’t come to play property owners. All voted aye. Loudon SUPPLIES....................................... 129.60 9-of-9 and was 12-14 hitting and Lybarger Creston were absent. BUILDING CENTER tonight,” JVResolution coach AKIN passed. 38.90 with three kills. Devon Buls Jessie said. SUPPLIES......................................... A resolutionMcClellan was offered and seconded ALLIANT ENERGY served 15-15 and had four and record permit fees to special assess SERVICE................................... 27,175.84 “Whether we play at home due to non-payment by property owner. AMAZON/SYNCHRONY BANK kills on 5-8 hitting. Laura or voted rideaye. the for two All Loudonbus and Lybarger were SUPPLIES....................................... 314.19 absent. Resolution passed. ARAMARK UNIFORM Weiss served 9-11. hours, we need to be ready A resolution was offered and seconded SERVICE........................................ 253.47 The LEASING PantherCO freshmen to toapprove play drawings/specifications volleyball whenprovidwe BANKERS ed by Walker Coen Lorentzen Architects SERVICE........................................ dropped to 3-6 for the230.11 seawalk the court. We have BIERLE, DOUG Inc., for on the Exterior Openings Restoration - City Hall. All voted aye. Loudon and Ly- REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 son with the loss. barger were absent. Resolution passed. BRISTOW, JIM A resolution was offered and seconded REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 to set dates for Bid Letting and Public BRUCE, MIKE Hearing on October 6, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 for the Exterior Openings Restoration BUILDING CRAFTS, INC Project - City Hall. All voted aye. Loudon SERVICE................................... 12,615.00 and Lybarger were absent. Resolution CHAT MOBILITY passed. SERVICE.......................................... 22.66 A resolution was offered Aqua and seconded CHRISTENSEN, pool is Arthritis on fun class TRAVIS called Kids in to approve a funding request from the Cre- REIMBURSEMENT........................ 81.50 ston Chamber of and Commerce for $10,000 CRESTON Motion.AUTOMOTIVE Tuesdays Thursdays to be paid from the Hotel/Motel Fund in SUPPLIES......................................... 26.84 This CITY program that will from 9increments to 10 a.m. This newin CRESTON quarterly of $2,500 to assist WATER WORKS maintaining andprogram expanding the is Chamber's SERVICE........................................ 108.03a feature fun games as aquatics deprograms and services to the community. CRESTON MOTOR SUPPLY INC vehicle to promote teamAll voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were SUPPLIES....................................... 951.33 signed specifically for peoCRESTON PUBLISHING CO absent. Resolution passed. work, leadership skills, ple with aches and pains Council discussed property located at SERVICE........................................ 337.70 701 W. Adams Street. City Administrator PC values. fitness VET andCLINIC YMCA or limited mobility. Water CRESTON Mike Taylor told Council the house is in SERVICE........................................ 195.98 Youths CORPORATION will look forward disrepair and the owner is planning to let DUPERON exercise is especially good the property go back. Taylor suggested a SUPPLIES................................. 14,000.00 to getting at the Y, for people couple of different with avenues arthritis the Council EASTERN IOWAactive TIRE, INC could considerit taking - acquiring the SUPPLIES.................................... 2,581.46 and it’s free for members. because allows particihouse through Iowa Code 657A.10.A, or ECHO GROUP INC Other participants can 19.75 pay funds the SUPPLIES......................................... possibly the remaining pants utilizing to exercise without City still has from the Neighborhood Sta- ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE a day pass fee to particputting excess strain on bilization Program Grant. After some dis- SERVICE........................................ 278.81 cussion, Council and would like to see the FARM SUPPLY INC ipate.& HOME Instructor is Jesse their thejoints muscles. City make a concerted effort to go inside SUPPLIES....................................... 195.69 White. COOPERATIVE CO the house class to see what the actual condition FARMERS This gives particiis. Mayor Woods would also like to see SUPPLIES....................................... 729.30 For more information pants the Preservation opportunity to FASTENAL the Historical Commission involved to see ifactivities the house is salvageable. 53.93 on any Southern Prairie doMotion gentle in wa- SUPPLIES......................................... was made and seconded to have FRY & ASSOCIATES INC YMCA program, call2,353.00 782yield signs placed on Lucas from Street atinthe SUPPLIES.................................... ter with guidance intersection of Pine and Lucas Streets, and GRIMES PAVING CO 9622, ASPHALT check &for updates structor Dana Dodge. of Pine SUPPLIES.................................... on Page Street at the intersection 2,238.18 on the and Page Streets. All voted aye. Loudon HAYS, JOHN Southern Prairie and Lybarger were absent. Motion carried. REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 YMCA facebook TIRE & AUTOpage or Under Mike upper Taylor informed SendOther, your ele- HEARTLAND Council that he'd received a call from Lin- SERVICE........................................ 120.00 visit the YMCA website mentary middle school da Huffman, and volunteering a group of 19 HUFF, MARK (www.southernprairieympeople from the Salem-Lutheran Church REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 kids from the school so HYGIENIC LABORATORY to perform community service. They ca.com). on Elm in Street, painted retaining they the can get walls moving a SERVICE........................................ 355.50 which looks very nice. INDACOM ELECTRICAL SERVICE On behalf of the Image Enhancement SERVICE..................................... 8,325.00 Committee, Councilperson Wilson men- INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ADVISOR tioned that the Paint Creston Houses are SERVICE..................................... 2,000.00 coming along. Five of the six chosen have INFO DOG SECURITY, LLC already begun painting. SERVICE.......................................... 30.00 Police Chief Paul Ver Meer asked INNOVATIVE INDUSTRIES INC Council for some guidance regarding the SERVICE........................................ 400.00 Dispatch Center. They are having issues IOWA INDIV HEALTH BENEFIT getting and retaining qualified candidates. SERVICE..................................... 1,940.15 The beginning wage for a part-time dis- IOWA MUNICIPAL FINANCE patcher is $12 per hour, with an increase OFFICERS to $13 after one year of service. SERVICE........................................ 123.00 Chief Ver Meer posed two separate sug- JACKSON, TODD gestions to the Council for their considera- REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 tion. 1) hire a fifth full-time dispatcher; 2) JAMES LAW OFFICE, P.C. because the part-time dispatchers are hired SERVICE..................................... 1,750.00 for the overnight and weekend shifts, he JENSEN, TONY feels the pay should be increased to what REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 the full-time dispatchers earn. JOHNSTON, JACK Motion was made and seconded to ad- REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 journ the meeting. All voted aye. Loudon KENYON & NIELSEN PC and Lybarger were absent. Council ad- SERVICE........................................ 300.00 journed at 6:32 p.m. KRANTZ, KYLE Warren Woods, Mayor REIMBURSEMENT........................ 20.00 Attest: Lisa Williamson, City Clerk KRUSE, KEVIN These are a condensed version of the REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 proceedings of the regular meeting of the LINDLEY, KEVIN Creston City Council. Copies of the com- REIMBURSEMENT...................... 500.00 plete version may be obtained at the LYNCH DALLAS, PC Clerk's office during normal office hours. SERVICE........................................ 691.68 CITY OF CRESTON MARTENS & COMPANY, CPA, LL SERVICE................................... 13,375.00 FUND REPORT FOR CLAIM MC MASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO PERIOD ENDING SEPT. 15, 2015 SUPPLIES....................................... 828.03 CLAIMS BY VENDOR: MIDWEST LABORATORIES INC ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES INC SERVICE........................................ 170.80 SERVICE........................................ 247.50 NORTHLAND PRODUCTS CO AGRILAND FS INC SERVICE........................................ 166.43 SUPPLIES.................................... 7,146.28 OFFICE DEPOT AGRIVISION EQUIPMENT GROUP SUPPLIES....................................... 233.97 SUPPLIES....................................... 129.60 OFFICE MACHINES AKIN BUILDING CENTER SUPPLIES....................................... 244.59 SUPPLIES......................................... 38.90 PAYROLL - GROSS INCLUDING BENALLIANT ENERGY EFITS SERVICE................................... 27,175.84 9/11/15..................................... 110,394.59 AMAZON/SYNCHRONY BANK PEOPLEFACTS, LLC SUPPLIES....................................... 314.19 SERVICE.......................................... 54.20 ARAMARK UNIFORM PETTY CASH CEMETERY..........37.42 SERVICE........................................ 253.47 PETTY CASH POLICE..................12.54 BANKERS LEASING CO PETTY CASH RECREATION......12.20 SERVICE........................................ 230.11 PETZNICK'S PRINTING CO BIERLE, DOUG SUPPLIES......................................... 67.40 REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 PRAIRIE SOLID WASTE AGENCY BRISTOW, JIM SERVICE................................... 12,142.70 REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 REGION IV IA WATER BRUCE, MIKE ENVIRONMENT REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 SERVICE.......................................... 32.00 BUILDING CRAFTS, INC SCHILDBERG CONSTRUCTION CO SERVICE................................... 12,615.00 SUPPLIES.................................... 1,342.39 CHAT MOBILITY SHALLENBERGER, BILL SERVICE.......................................... 22.66 REIMBURSEMENT...................... 500.00 CHRISTENSEN, TRAVIS *SISCO REIMBURSEMENT........................ 81.50 SERVICE................................... 64,253.33 CRESTON AUTOMOTIVE SOUTHERN HILLS VET SVC INC SUPPLIES......................................... 26.84 SERVICE........................................ 316.50 CRESTON CITY WATER WORKS SOUTHERN IOWA VENDING SERVICE........................................ 108.03 SERVICE........................................ 636.60 CRESTON MOTOR SUPPLY INC SUPREME CLEANERS SUPPLIES....................................... 951.33 SERVICE.......................................... 17.00 CRESTON PUBLISHING CO THE HARTFORD SERVICE........................................ 337.70 SERVICE........................................ 374.40 CRESTON VET CLINIC PC THOMAS KILKENNY ESTATE SERVICE........................................ 195.98 REIMBURSEMENT...................... 500.00 DUPERON CORPORATION *TRISTAR SUPPLIES................................. 14,000.00 SERVICE..................................... 3,851.71 EASTERN IOWA TIRE, INC TYCO INTEGRATED SECURITY SUPPLIES.................................... 2,581.46 SERVICE..................................... 2,931.63 ECHO GROUP INC UNION CO AUDITOR SUPPLIES......................................... 19.75 SERVICE..................................... 3,530.59 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE *UNION CO RECORDER SERVICE........................................ 278.81 SERVICE........................................ 120.00 FARM & HOME SUPPLY INC UPS SUPPLIES....................................... 195.69 SERVICE.......................................... 65.48 FARMERS COOPERATIVE CO VER MEER, PAUL SUPPLIES....................................... 729.30 REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 FASTENAL WALKER COEN LORENTZEN ARCH SUPPLIES......................................... 53.93 SERVICE..................................... 1,031.25 FRY & ASSOCIATES INC WASTE MANAGEMENT SUPPLIES.................................... 2,353.00 SERVICE................................... 40,647.85 GRIMES ASPHALT & PAVING CO WEST AVIATION INC SUPPLIES.................................... 2,238.18 SERVICE..................................... 6,264.84 HAYS, JOHN WOLFE, JASON REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 HEARTLAND TIRE & AUTO TOTAL...................................$353,695.82 SERVICE........................................ 120.00 *MANUAL CHECKS HUFF, MARK GENERAL FUND....................176,692.21 REIMBURSEMENT........................ 60.00 ROAD USE TAX........................28,223.68 HYGIENIC LABORATORY PAYROLL TAX BENEFIT.......76,218.85 SERVICE........................................ 355.50 FIRE/POLICE RETIREMENT....8,864.50 INDACOM ELECTRICAL SERVICE RESTRICTED GIFTSSERVICE..................................... 8,325.00 MCKINLY.....................................2,391.90 INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ADVISOR RESTRICTED GIFTSSERVICE..................................... 2,000.00 LIBRARY.........................................314.19 INFO DOG SECURITY, LLC SEWER OPERATING FUND.. .60,478.01 SERVICE.......................................... 30.00 ANIMAL SHELTER *AGENCY INNOVATIVE INDUSTRIES INC FUND................................................512.48 SERVICE........................................ 400.00 TOTAL...................................$353,695.82 IOWA INDIV HEALTH BENEFIT SERVICE..................................... 1,940.15 IOWA MUNICIPAL FINANCE OFFICERS SERVICE........................................ 123.00 JACKSON, TODD
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the Bengals. That number could have been worse had the game not been over by halftime. Forsett will get several carries and should bounce back from a disappointing effort. Ameer Abdullah vs. Minnesota That rush defense was horrible by Minnesota on Monday. The Vikings allowed allowed a league-worst 230 yards on the ground. The Lions will go at Minnesota with a different attack (the 49ers were more smash mouth, while the Lions will spread out Minnesota), but a team that allows that many yards in one game is concerning. And Abdullah did get the most opportunities on the Lions in terms of touches. He garnered 11 touches and registered 50 rushing yards and 44 receiving yards. The coaching staff would be wise to increase his workload a bit, and against the Vikings if he has the hot hand, he will likely load up on more fantasy points. We’re concerned about the split system, but Abdullah did enough in his first game to warrant more carries. Expect Detroit to feed him the ball more and start him this week. Marshawn Lynch vs. Green Bay For how much Green Bay should be happy with its week 1 victory, the defense should cause concern. Matt Forte ran all over the Packers defense to the rune of 141 rushing yards. And now Seattle is coming to town after Lynch totaled less than 20 carries last week. The Seattle coaching staff will feed Lynch the ball far more this week, making him likely the best fantasy option at the running back position.
Matt Forte vs. Arizona We know what Forte did last week against the Packers. But this is a new week and the matchup isn’t good for Forte. The Cardinals held New Orleans to 54 yards rushing, registering the best number against the run during week 1. Arizona’s defense will once again look to halt the run this week and force Jay Cutler to beat them. That doesn’t bode well for Forte, who hasn’t been known to be a bruising running back able to carry the load for 25 or more carries. He will take a step back this week and the Bears will throw more, based on the Cardinals forcing the action. Chargers runnings backs vs. Cincinnati We didn’t like San Diego’s running back situation in the offseason for fantasy football owners. It’s not that there isn’t talent. It’s that there’s too many players in the backfield who can gobble up touches. That will be a persistent problem for Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead owners in the future. Woodhead registered one of the highest running back totals in week 1, but how can you trust him going forward? There’s no reason to believe either one will emerge from the pack, unlike in Detroit where Abdullah should be given the nod. And in this matchup, the Bengals have traditionally been good against the rush, so this is a matchup to avoid in week 2. Lamar Miller vs. Jacksonville We were a bit discouraged with the amount of touches Miami afforded Lamar Miller in week 1 against Washington. The Dolphins only attempted 18 rushes against Washington, which was two shy of the NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND TO BIDDERS CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA CRESTON CITY HALL EXTERIOR OPENING RESTORATION PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECT Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Creston, Iowa, will meet at the Council Chambers in the City Hall, 116 West Adams Street, Creston, Iowa, at 6:00 p.m. on September 15th, 2015 at which time and place the City Council will set a Public Hearing for October 6th 2015 for review and approval of the contract for construction of said Creston City Hall - Exterior Opening Restoration project. Sealed bids will be received by the City Council for said project in accordance with the plans and specifications now on file in the City Clerks office, and said bids shall be filed in the City Clerk's office prior to 2:00 p.m. local time according to the clock in the reception area of the City Clerk's office, on the 29th day of September, 2015, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in Council Chambers in the City Hall. All bids received after the deadline for submission of bids as stated herein shall not be considered and shall be return to the late bidder unopened. Contractor assumes all risk associated with delivery of his or her bid to the office of the city clerk prior to the specified time deadline. The City Manager shall announce the results of the bidding, together with his recommendations thereon, to the Council at its meeting to be held at 6:00 o'clock p.m. local time on October 6th, 2015. A pre-bid meeting will be at 2:00 pm local time on September 22th, 2015 commencing at 116 West Adams Street, Creston, Iowa. This meeting will include site inspection. It is the responsibility of potential bidders to obtain the information from this meeting and site inspection. The plans and specifications are now on file in the office of the City Clerk. Digital Copies of the Bidding documents may be viewed by Bidders and Sub-bidders at the following online locations; Beeline and Blue http://www.beelineandblue.com Master Builders of Iowa http://www.isgft.com Dodge Lead Center http://dodcieprojects.construction.com Reed Construction Data http://www.reedconstructioncjata.com Omaha Builders Exchange http://www.bujlcjersbureau.com Lincoln Builders Bureau http://www.buildersbureau.com Minneapolis Builders Exchange http://www.mbex.org ePlan Online Plan Room http://www.eplanbidding.com Hard copies of the Bidding documents may be obtained from Beeline and Blue, 2507 Ingersoll Ave., Des Moines, Iowa 50312, in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders upon depositing the sum of ten ($10.00) for each set of documents. Contact Beeline and Blue at 515-244-1611. The deposit will be refunded in full upon return of the documents in good condition within ten days of receipt of bids. Shipping fees shall be the responsibility of the bidder. The services listed above are the only authorized source of bid forms. Bid forms obtained from any other source may have an incomplete set of documents. Bidders using a bid form not obtained from an authorized source are advised to contact one of the approved plan services for current copies. Reproduction of these documents without the express permission of the City of Creston is prohibited. All bids shall be submitted to said City Clerk on or before the time set herein for the bid opening. Bids shall be made on the Bid Form furnished by the City of Creston, in a sealed and plainly marked envelope indicating it is a bid in response to this notice. Each bid shall be accompany its bid with bid security as defined in Code of Iowa Section 26.8 and as specified in the Instructions to Bidders. The City of Creston reserves the right to defer acceptance of any bid for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days after receipt of bids, and no bid may be withdrawn during this period. Each successful bidder shall be required to furnish a corporate surety bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of its contract price. Said bond to be issued by a responsible surety approved by the City Council and shall guarantee the faithful performance of the contract and the terms and conditions therein contained
Public notice LEC COMMISSION MEETING September 14, 2015 The Law Enforcement Commission met in regular session on Monday, September 14, 2015. The meeting was called to order by Cathy Dryden at 4:30 PM with the following members present: Marsha Wilson, Lois Monday, and Gary Lybarger. Also present were Rick Piel, Paul VerMeer, and Sandy Hysell. MINUTES: Motion by Wilson and seconded by Monday to approve the minutes from August 03, 2015. All voting aye, motion carried. CLAIMS: Motion by Monday and seconded by Wilson to pay the following claims: IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE.........................................30.00 ARAMARK.................................16.52 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY..................................1980.00 JIM'S TRUCK REP & SANITATION...........................110.00 SUPERIOR LAMP INC............172.94 OFFICE MACHINES ...............101.43 OFFICE MACHINES..................80.66 MAINSTAY SYSTEMS INC....300.00 COUNSEL OFFICE & DOCUMENT.............................196.19 VERIZON WIRELESS..............440.13 ALLIANT ENERGY.................127.11 ALLIANT ENERGY...............2132.84 ARAMARK.................................16.52 ARAMARK.................................16.52 BM SALES................................278.50 BM SALES..................................55.00 BM SALES..................................75.00 COUNSEL OFFICE & DOCUMENT...............................10.27 COUNSEL OFFICE & DOCUMENT.............................189.05 CRESTON PUBLISHING ..........27.40 FIRST COMMUNICATIONS.....25.20 HELEN M GAISER.....................50.49 GREEN VALLEY PEST CONTROL...................................36.00 HOTSY CLEANING SYSTEMS..................................130.00 MASTERCARD/ISSB.................68.82 MEDIACOM.............................135.90 OFFICE MACHINES ...............138.16 WINDSTREAM.........................820.78 All voting aye, motion carried. OLD BUSINESS: There was no old business to discuss. NEW BUSINESS: There was no new business to discuss. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business, motion by Wilson and seconded by Lybarger to adjourn the meeting at 4:53 PM. All voting aye, motion carried. ATTEST: Sandy Hysell, Auditor BY: Cathy Dryden, Chair Pending Approval - Subject to Change NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING UNION COUNTY, IOWA TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: WHEREAS, Union County constructs new roads and bridges and reconstructs certain roads and bridges due to damages caused by natural disasters or to improve service characteristics, and WHEREAS, there is a need for criteria or minimum design standards that will be followed when constructing or reconstructing roadways and bridges, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that a hearing involving the second reading of the ordinance to establish a policy for the construction and reconstruction of roadways and bridges on the Union County Secondary Road System will be held in the Board Room, at the Union County Courthouse, Creston, Iowa at 10:00 AM, Central Daylight Savings Time, on Monday, September 28, 2015 in accordance with the Code of Iowa, chapter 331. Sandy Hysell Union County Auditor NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND TO BIDDERS CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA CRESTON CITY HALL EXTERIOR OPENING RESTORATION PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECT Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Creston, Iowa, will meet at the Council Chambers in the City Hall, 116 West Adams Street, Creston, Iowa, at 6:00 p.m. on September 15th, 2015 at which time and place the City Council will set a Public Hear-
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The services listed above are the points. only authorized source of bid forms. Bid forms obtained from any other Themayoffense out source have an sputtered incomplete set of documents. Bidders using a Ravens bid form of the gate and the not obtained from an authorized source are to contact one of the aprunadvised defense is consistently proved plan services for current copies. withReproduction of these documents good. It showed that once out the express permission of the City again last week, limiting Denof Creston is prohibited. All bids shall be submitted to said ver to less than 3 yards before the timeper set City Clerk on or herein for attempt. the bid opening. Bids shall rushing be made on the Bid Form furnished by the And City ofif Creston, in a sealed and the Raiders fall beplainly marked envelope indicating it ishind a bid in response to this notice. early, expect plenty of Each bid shall be accompany its bid passing. Go asahead and with bid security defined in Codesit of Iowa Section 26.8 and as specified in Murray. the Instructions to Bidders. The City of Creston reserves the right to defer acceptance of any bid for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days after receipt of bids, and no bid may be withdrawn during this period. Each successful bidder shall be required to furnish a corporate surety bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of its contract price. Said bond to be issued by a responsible surety approved by the City Council and shall guarantee the faithful performance of the contract and the terms and conditions therein contained and shall guarantee the prompt payment of all material and labor, and protect and save harmless the City from claims and damages of any kind caused by the operations of the contract and shall also guarantee the maintenance of the improvement in good repair for a period of one (1) year from and after the completion and acceptance by the City. The contractor shall not include sales or use taxes in the bid. Pursuant to Iowa Code and Iowa Administrative Code, the contractor will be authorized to purchase building materials that will be incorporated into real property on this project tax-free. Iowa Construction Sales Tax Exemption Certificates will be issued by the City which will authorize suppliers of building materials to sell materials exempt from Iowa sales tax and any applicable local option sales tax and school infrastructure local option sales tax to the entity listed on the certificate. Upon award of the contract, the successful contractor will be required to provide project information on the contractor, and each subcontractor and supplier requiring the exemption certificates. After award and approval of contract and performance bond, work on this contract shall be substantially completed no later than December 1st, 2015. The City does hereby reserve the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities, and to enter into such contract, or contracts, as it shall deem to be in the best interest of the City. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to products and provision grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa labor, to the extent lawfully required under Iowa statutes. This notice is given by order of the City Council of the City of Creston, Iowa Warren Woods, Mayor Lisa Williamson, City Clerk REGULAR MEETING OF THE CRESTON CITY COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 15, 2015 The Creston City Council met in regular session at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on the above date in the Council Chambers of the City Hall Complex with Mayor Woods presiding. Roll call being taken with the following Council members present: Koets, Wilson, Carroll, Madison and White. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Motion was made and seconded to approve the agenda. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Motion carried. Motion was made and seconded to approve the consent agenda, which included approval of minutes of September 1, 2015, regular meeting; claims of $243,301.23 and fund transfers of $25,600.00. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Motion carried. Mayor Woods announced that now is the time for a Public Hearing on the matter of amending Ordinance 16-161 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO DISORDERLY CONDUCT. No one spoke for or against the amendment and there was no written correspondence for or against. He then called the Public Hearing to a close. Wilson moved seconded by Madison to Establish the First Reading of Ordinance 16-161 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO DISORDERLY CONDUCT. White, Koets, Wilson, Carroll and Madison voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. First Reading declared Established. Mayor Woods announced that now is the time for a Public Hearing on the matter of amending Ordinance 16-162 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO RAILROAD WARNING SIGNALS. No one spoke for or against the amendment and there was no written correspondence
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opened a gap. The kids just kept fighting.” Jenna Taylor led the Panthers with 13 kills in the match, while Luther set 19 assists. Creston, now 8-3 overall and 2-1 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference, returns to action 9 a.m. Saturday at the Red Oak Tournament. “This was a tough week,” coach Luther said. “St. Albert was tough. Denison is night and day different than what they were two years ago when we went into that gym. I give credit to their program. They’ve got some size and they’re building. We were tough tonight and we’re starting to work together. That’s going to be super important for us.” Creston statistics Serving (aces) — Alli Thomsen 9-10 (1), Jaxie Luther 24-24 (6), Sydney Dunphy 12-13 (2), Alyssa Higgins 10-13 (2), Gracie Russell 16-19 (1), Jami Sickels 10-10 (1)
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The Creston Council met inclass regular The Y’sCity new fitness session at 6:00 o'clock p.m. on the above schedule hasChambers started date in the Council of thefor City Hall Complex with Mayor Woods presidfall. ing. Roll call being taken with thecycling following Three different Council members present: Koets, Wilson, classes are offered. For the Carroll, Madison and White. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. seniors there is Senior CyMotion was made and seconded to approveon the Tuesdays agenda. All voted Loudon cle andaye. Thursand Lybarger were absent. Motion carried. days from 11:15-11:45 Motion was made and secondeda.m. to approve the consent agenda, which included For the lunchof crowd approval of minutes Septemberthere 1, 2015, regular meeting;Cycle claims of is Noon on$243,301.23 Monand fund transfers of $25,600.00. All votday Wednesdays ed aye.and Loudon and Lybarger werefrom absent. Motion carried. 12:15-12:45 Andthatinnow theis Mayor Woods p.m. announced the time for athere Public Hearing on the matter evening is a class on of amending Ordinance 16-161 - AN ORMonday and Wednesday DINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CREnights from1996, 6:30-7:30 p.m. STON, IOWA, PERTAINING TO DISORDERLY CONDUCT. Noper one Cost is $25 per month spoke for or against the amendment and class members. Seats there wasfor no written correspondence for or against. He then called the Public Hearing are limited so register earto a close. Wilson by Madison to ly. If moved spotsseconded are available Establish the First Reading of Ordinance there drop in rate of $5 16-161 - is ANaORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE per CITY class. OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO DISORDERLY New this month to CONthe DUCT. White, Koets, Wilson, Carroll and Madison voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. First Reading declared Established. Mayor Woods announced that now is the time for a Public Hearing on the matter of amending Ordinance 16-162 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO RAILROAD WARNING SIGNALS. No one spoke for or against the amendment and there was no written correspondence for or against. He then called the Public Hearing to a close. Wilson moved seconded by White to Establish the First Reading of Ordinance 16-162 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CRESTON, IOWA, 1996, PERTAINING TO RAILROAD WARNING SIGNALS. Koets, Wilson, Carroll, Madison, White voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. First Reading declared Established. A resolution was offered and seconded to approve the rezoning of 417 Wyoming Avenue from R-1 Single-Family to C-2 Light Commercial based on the recommendation of the Planning & Zoning Commission. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. A resolution was offered and seconded to authorize the City Clerk to record previous and future junk nuisances abated by the City. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. A resolution was offered and seconded to special assess mowing nuisance abatement charges due to non-payment by property owners. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. A resolution was offered and seconded to special assess and record permit fees due to non-payment by property owner. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. A resolution was offered and seconded to approve drawings/specifications provided by Walker Coen Lorentzen Architects Inc., for the Exterior Openings Restoration - City Hall. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. A resolution was offered and seconded to set dates for Bid Letting and Public Hearing on October 6, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. for the Exterior Openings Restoration Project - City Hall. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. A resolution was offered and seconded to approve a funding request from the Creston Chamber of Commerce for $10,000 to be paid from the Hotel/Motel Fund in quarterly increments of $2,500 to assist in maintaining and expanding the Chamber's programs and services to the community. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Resolution passed. Council discussed property located at 701 W. Adams Street. City Administrator Mike Taylor told Council the house is in disrepair and the owner is planning to let the property go back. Taylor suggested a couple of different avenues the Council could consider taking - acquiring the house through Iowa Code 657A.10.A, or possibly utilizing the remaining funds the City still has from the Neighborhood Stabilization Program Grant. After some discussion, the Council would like to see the City make a concerted effort to go inside the house to see what the actual condition is. Mayor Woods would also like to see the Historical Preservation Commission involved to see if the house is salvageable. Motion was made and seconded to have yield signs placed on Lucas Street at the intersection of Pine and Lucas Streets, and on Page Street at the intersection of Pine and Page Streets. All voted aye. Loudon and Lybarger were absent. Motion carried. Under Other, Mike Taylor informed Council that he'd received a call from Linda Huffman, volunteering a group of 19 people from the Salem-Lutheran Church to perform community service. They painted the retaining walls on Elm Street, which looks very nice. On behalf of the Image Enhancement Committee, Councilperson Wilson mentioned that the Paint Creston Houses are coming along. Five of the six chosen have already begun painting. Police Chief Paul Ver Meer asked Council for some guidance regarding the Dispatch Center. They are having issues getting and retaining qualified candidates. The beginning wage for a part-time dispatcher is $12 per hour, with an increase to $13 after one year of service. Chief Ver Meer posed two separate sug-
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definitely missing our third threat tonight, that’s for sure. But the kids worked really hard. We worked the crap out of our middles (Weaver and Stoaks).” The Tigers were playing without Shantelle Brown, who gives the team a third capable hitter in the front row. Earlham, meanwhile, attacked the Tiger defense from the middle with sophomores Taylor Hipsley and Emma Thomson. “We struggled with trying to get that down, but our middles, they really did work their tails off to get that done,” Dukes said. “They just worked back and forth, hitting and blocking for us. They were both big tonight.”
Weaver finished the match with 12 kills and two solo blocks, while Stoaks added eight kills and three solo blocks with four digs and three ace serves on 9-of-9 serving. Bethany Christensen set 10 assists and was 10-11 serving with four aces. Katelyn Belding led the Tigers with 14 digs and served 8-9. Hannah Mitchell had five assists and served 9-10. “We’re definitely scrapCNA photo by SCOTT VICKER py,” Dukes said. “We used Lenox junior Hannah Mitchell sprawls out to keep a ball the bench a lot. They came alive during Lenox’s 3-1 loss to Earlham on Thursday. off strong. We just couldn’t quite get there. We did fight Lenox statistics Halee Wallace 1. Serving (aces) — Katelyn Blocks (solo-assists) — Stoaks back every time, but we came Belding 8-9, Bethany Christensen 3-0, Weaver 2-0. up slightly short. They were a 10-11 (4), Makinna Fitzgerald 3-3, Setting (assists) — Christensen good team.” Jacy Stoaks 9-9 (3), Brooke Miller 10, Mitchell 5, Miller 2, Fitzgerald Lenox dropped to 4-6 for 6-7, Hannah Mitchell 9-10 (1), Mika 1. Weaver 2-3. Digs — Belding 14, Christensen the season and returns to acAttacks (kills) — Weaver 12, 9, Miller 6, Fitzgerald 6, Stoaks 4, Stoaks 8, Christensen 2, Miller 1, Mitchell 3, Wallace 3, Weaver 3. tion Tuesday at Mount Ayr.
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